The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: The Floridian & Journal JOHN R. LLOYD lnrihhm & 0rarnal in the legislative and executive I I conscientously do, tbat should Mr. Fre-- I contented theraselTes 'nnckt tbe trUe ajocad

Ia published overj SATURDAY by .Auo"t1.on.eer has ddne the country good service. I succeed, the Union will not aanrrre hia it. The .xerebM ai, length : otD90cebcL-
his name honorable.We tlon; I assume that it is a cardinal The graduating class J elrren in number ft 4
JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR &; PKOPRIHTOK, ANDCOMMISSION "_. # -r -d-r -. are pointed by Southern t to secure the election of a site man their compoifficns adrrjlrsblj wsJL :Tby

At Tffirx DOLU&S per annnm i in advance. MERCHANT TALLAHASSEE : to his administration, and we are the people. Heaven forfend that the des- were the best pieces I silt betVa,aid proved
: by his nomination, the party has of this groat codntry. _should be com conclusively to my mind &ai the tafed Of
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Saturday 13 185 South a higher and better to the House of Rep'resentatires as woman is as capable of TetM-frstrectSoti
ODe equare of 12 line, or leu. first insertion, f 1 00 July 19.-1856. 29-1 v Sep. their repudiated 12th section. constituted. Does any Southern man as that of a man. AfUr the &ipoihoe! Ii

"ProfeMioaal- each and tnhdeqoent BUUDCM Card innerted" at $10 :0 EDWARD M. WEST. extent this guaranty is good and is differently, let him cast hi* eye upon the were read, the President coafrrmd the 4s! .*
annum.AdTert'stn. I [From the Augusta Constitutionalist.] accepted; but does it go far chair-let. him contemplate the at* gIftS and delivered bit BaccatamEtntimf,
; ita not nwrVed with the nunaWr .fiMertioru Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Letter from rioti. CHafleS S. Jenkins. Of Mr. Fillmore's l loyalty to the of that body at this moment, and be which was an excellent tab?.. .The crowd
will be cooUoued until forbid and charged TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Ap tiO'I, and to the rights of all Does be with all the lights before then dispersed Qntfl four oVdockln tie eft-
accordingly.Q shadowed by it, as he" interprets desire to send the election to that body niog, when an address was" 1iftnd.Wcn
'C.erti6tei of publication of IP-*! or estate l 5. 1866. 14 LEXINGTON, GA. Aug. 12th! iSSG.How. .
notices vill not be given until the advertising fee i iTo ilJ'&id. can he no doubt-none at all the forlorn hope of thus securing the elec the College by Bishop Pietve." H. Is an ardent
FLOYD & HOLLAND, CHARLES J. JENKINS. went into retirement, there has of his party's candidate, for Awn I hate supporter of feoale education and nr*
.. Attorneys at Law. Dear Sir :Having for many years been legislation, on tile 'slavery argument. He joined unto his idols." ns a fine lectdre..on the Importance,of edoca-
associated with you political'y' and always Kansas and Nebraska act, I To return then. That Mr. Fremont will ting the females l .1 and the:capability ,of tbefr
Rheumatics & Others. ( ",TILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle entertaining a high respect for your opinions I press terms, the Missouri I an immense majority of the votes in minds td receive afc l fc'elioo< ;
T and West Florida and in the Supreme Court upon all subjects of public policy, will had beforo been i The did remarkable wlL His lecture
'T'O all persons uffi-rmg frotnKbeutnaticCoinpkintJL I of the State. Also in the District Court of the United you I virtually i j non-elaveholdiog States, is beyond all Bisbop
we offer a positrre rsraed.v, in Jays. Stimulating States, in the Northern District of Florida.R pardon me, I I Lope, for taking the liberty ol territorial ads of 1850, has been -precisely how manv no man can waft'admired fry' alL, This ,closed th.
Liniment. It has bwn effectual In the permanent I J. FLOYD. Office ApalarLicola. Fla. asking you to give me your opinion in writing This is the alleged cause of the He might lose twenty-seven votes commencement exercises of Madison Female
enre of Chronic and Rheumatic dineases. Thousands I D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. pdn the claims of the candidates now be- tation in the non-slaveholding still be elected. The entire vote of the College. Written by :
have no doubt been rescued from an untimely death :! Dec. 22. 1855. 51 I fore te country for the Presidency, with theprivilege of the South maintain! that this concentrated upon one candidate 'tro.Am f
tbe of this remedy.
by use great
For sale bv Drn-rr'18 generally and at Wholesale : DR. MILES II. NASH I of using it as I Way wiah. As an I clause is in strict accordance with be inadequate to elect him. No rea \
\: IRt&iLby A3IES&LIVELY. Old Line Whig, I feel that duty and patriot. promise of 1830, and tve then man will deny that, should the vote
The United Slates In issealle
0 FIRS fl6 raortRSIOXAL Congress
Taii hase. May 31. 1656. 22-ly !, :ANP SCttROrNDlhGCOUITTET.OFFICE ism require that I support James Buchanan I removal of the Missouri ., the South be divided, Mr. Fremont will re. firoa
with Dr. M. Nash.immediately eastof the in the present contest. I of the benefits derived under it. a sufficient number northern votes to TS. a Representative Tlrglfilju'

;; Walter Gwymi, : Very respectfully, his nomination, Mr. Fillmore has I an election by the people. The We take from the Washington Union a

hit MTTWS to persons, wiehin' to enter : May 19 1655. 20 WILLIS WILLINGHAM.AUGUSTA denounced this repeal. Now; \1. I question for us i is, which df the two report of the important and interesting pro ,
-:' OFFERS the U. S. Land Office by locating Land I afford in kindness to any man, or I Buchanan or Mr. Fillmore,has the fairest reedings of the House of Representatives f
'WarranU. or otherwise. He will also give prompt I R. H. BERRY, GA., 28th Aug. 1856. I to blink this question so full of I! : of obtaining, in the non-slaveholding of the
acting as a court magistrates on case
attention to such basinet as may be intrusted to him I JIg Dear Sir Your letter South and to the Union. \\ \ !\ such number of I
:- requesting i, .1 votes as, united with ;
I of Mr. who moderaTely
either oftbe other offices in the Capitol. Charges Auctioneer and Commission McMollIn, Virginia very
IB will be reasonable oorrespondins;to services per'ormed.Being I! my cpir.ion in writing upon the claims of I II said of squatter sovereignty, or of ; entire vote of the South, will secure his I chastised! endjrescnted; Insult offered .
MERCHANT. I the candidates now before the for ing alien voting, or of other \ i by the people. Mr. Fillmore's .
Deputy i in th. State Laud Office he Qf course I country hopes, in a public conveyance, and b! on'e wearing
will make no charge for busmert in that Dt-jiartmtnt i TAII.AHABSEE, Flru Sept. 29, 1855. 89 j the Presidency, with the privilege of using it Kansas-Nebraska act-we cannot [ of Mason and Dixon's line, rest upon : the exterior indication of% gentleman :
May 17. 1856. 20lyT : I j as you may wish" is before me and although I j the clause which repeals the Jis I II [ York. Be not deceived by the asser- '
,j DR. R. \. GARDNER, withdrawn from the political arena I cannot I tion. Yield that, and you yi'ld i} n! of the partisan press. He Las no foot t Mr. Simmons, of New York, from the
DR. N G. MCDONALD, j jI OFFERS his professional services to the citizens I dec'iue compliance with your request II III valuable in the Compromise of I; elsewhere in that section. On what I I select committee appointed, investigate the
I and) surrounding country. Office I These claims tnttst he considered relatively! we are all solemnly pl'-Jged to : do his hopes rest in New York ? I alleged assault upon the Hon. Amos, P.. Granger
aiojrncELLdj FLA. :i TrIfled to the residence of Mr. John R. Crump. eiti ; in reference to the state of the country, and I j Yet again, it is precisely this cb I to the numerous factions into which I by the Hon. Fayetta McMuUin, submitted
\TLL attend with aariduous care a'.l case entrusted ; nation formerly occupied bv the late Dr. Jacob Eliot. behalf of the ofth.
to him. j i F..hnsnIii i 1MR 7 I t. e political circumstances surrounding the I II I act which Mr. Fillmore has people of that State have of late been di- a report on
OfEca adjoining that of Cot Dl worth. ,! I candidates severally.! I II is quite possible that, I and sub-divided, the notorious loos committee. !
4 March 22, 1556. 12-ly I Ii A. PJ3KHY AMAKER, I It is proper to begin with a survey of the 'I! denunciation upon the ground of i of ancient party ties, and their known The report, after detailing the circumstances

I field of American politic8, as at this moment he mlt). upon higher considerations to Freesoilisnv submit t> I attending the assault attempts to
f WILLIAM P. SLUSSER" j &&TTSE53 AT LkW presented. There is but a si igle exciting ', himself the restoration of the I mind the question, is it safe, in an every is I prove from the testimony that the party who

t TALLAHASSEE. FLA. question now before tbe American people! restr ition.: I have once been : so important-and so doubtful, to base a first resorted to the use of persoitsl chastisement

Talla.ha.ssee, F1a. I _May 21.. 1S55J., 20- viz : a proposition to repeal that feature 'j presenting this view, that his I \ upon her tote T There Is, then, 'for words spoken offensively was Mr.
I M VNCFACTCRER OF CoPPEB.TlN AND SHEET I the act organizing the Territories of Kansas the American party of Georgia reliable expectation that the South could McMuUin qualifying the 'charge by adding!
IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I MILES NASH' & COd I and Nebraska, which expressly abrogates the I platform. in which high ground is help enough from the North to elect that the language and manner of Mr. Granger .

: DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANMDWAKE. DEALERS IX I Missouri rc'll iction, and to restore that re 1 I II this point, had been toget'ier laid Fillmore. What are Mr. Buchanan's had been certainly provoking, althoogh 1
: I I striction. This ia the pending issue, though and in his acceptance of the T It is as far removed from doubt probably not intended tc.be, ''so. The majority ..
Stov pad-Quart? i D&UGS, &B& PAINTS, : there ran be no doubt that success in it I must and would declare his such an event can well be, that the noble farther state that Mr. -Granger, by Us .

2. A SPLENDID assortment of C.K>kmg. Parlor : I would encourage its authors to introduce platform. But has he done so ? I Keystone StAte will stand by the Union acts, had shown no symptomof; .ad jBtentaou .
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and durability. at reduced price I:i 1 TTTOULD inform their friends and tbe public. that I resulting to the South from the Compromise i iI his c-iiHidacy und* the: re' is good ressoa to hope that New Jcr- ,I tack Mr. McMallin otherwisethanbyw: rdl )
: Oat D' or Woik. t tRoofing. 1 f T thev have on Land a good assortment of such j i ij I of 18.50 shaH have been swq.t aW:1\ Th<> i tion, expresses himself gratiCd; 1 1lrlr will do like* iae. These two, With jhe .|J &nd: are opinion that, !in a. strict legal sense,
Ornamental Fron' Heads Guttering. Copper ;i articles in their} line .f business. American"" have concurred '! there canbo no doubt thst Mr.:.Granger, on-
oTH' -. 'j lIS are gf-neriiily kept ( absenc'- from the contest: cf other questions, : uous vote of the South, would! elect
: sad -n-luctitu Pipes. She -t 3h -t-T !; and will be receiTig regularly fresh supplies, Ttcir I for his refers his der tbe evidence, would .recover in a private
; ZD: Lsd Pipes. Patent Cistem Pump Shop work :1 shall be reasonable. makes it ciLt'.crt'y: factional.iud!. ferufullyperilous punciples to past ; Uuchsnan.! His prospects in those two !I i:
terms I action for the assault but } .
;. of every vanety d. oe at sh-'rt notice. i Tallala@l'N'. April: Stli 185S' 14. to thITtiion.. tration. I will say: ii: candor I arc far brighter, I think: than Mr. ; although they believe ;
CitY and Country .Tlr hauls 1 i Now for the array of parties, and Ire. i beeij told alio, that! there is in :' ia New York. Bat again, to 00;. j;i it i h a b79'cb of the privileges of a member t

Are r *pe tful1v invited to give as a call: befue pircaifintj I F. B. B .- 0 KA W' s. !!1 mark, that011: are united: to make: this survey ; i isfactdry ei-ideij-e! of his concu: : a phrase, Mr. Buchanan has, in Indiana, I'i of thv House and the House itself they
t elsewhere.jf I II LIVERY iHS BiLl STiRLia ;' from a point entirely without the lines ot' I O'U'i..-\\ ; on this: point, hut I have, : Michigan and Connecticut, a margin, !f consider it extenuated by the circumstances
: !f. E. All articleraannfactuod froni the very I It any and nil of then ; certainly! in.t, for ihctrejsnn. it. Why not give it to the public, I Mr. Fillrnore has nowhere. Should I i I i attending It to such a degree 83 to require on
t h_.t m.itori.il and wtrrusted durable. I*o otlier article TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. the of the House in the exercise of ,'
t : ineligible. : let every nun read an-! judge for: former lose New Jersey, there is part A
; a bope
,nil be rtffer.d fur sale .
: (:t.b,r :0. Sf5. 42C3.Partnerahi I THE Proprietor his friends would and the in- First, then, we seo a party: pio-stituttng the No public man, no candidate for I out of those four States, the loss would !i j: sound .discretion, no further action. Too .

I public that h. has rebuilt his _ l time-honoied name 'Republican,' bimied to. can rightfully ask the suffrages cf i made good. I do not mention them in I|I I majority of the committee, therefore, reported
Notice. i large Brick Sublet, at tbe old! stand, and is DOW ,gether in one section of the country, for the ; save upon ihe faith of his public I because I fear more than I hope !|I the following resolution r .
unler/i-jned! hare tbis day entered into s. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. '; avowed purpose of crusading against the declarations, nor has M.. them. Resolved, ThaHt is not expedient under
THE in theWHOLESALE co'// lie also has attached to his Stables a good Black- I rights nnd institutions of another Bcction j'j'I them otherwise. III the absence I Ipublihed In one w' 'd, then r/sre tL'ia contest be- j: the circncnstsnce? of this C23t','to have any
smith where he will have have done all kind of I
Shop. evidence this I further prcceedigs on the of tbe Home
& RETAIL 1 Plantation work. Horse shoeing and Carriage work in i holding the affirmative of the above staled : on point, Mr. Buchanan and Mr.: Fillmore, and j part
DB.BUSJJ-J'EBS, J the very beet manner and with promptncts and dis j, issue-a part equally: sectional in its aims i dfccn;.ion of it with three simple I assured that Mr. Fillmore wc ld op. j i I and that the committee be discharged frtuft..,
under the name and st\le_ of : patch. j I and its organization ; employing, for the PIr.: : the answers to which may furuish I himself the restoration of the Missouri the further consideration cf the tabject. .:
1 November, 1853. 41 : pose of agitation, Lhe combined agencies of I I, ern men a rule of action in this i I would vote for him with unspeak' The effort of the majority of, the cstemlflee ,

AMES&LJVELY.TflET I and Harness i, tho ha til1g8. the pn-sa and the pulpit. all sus- I First, does or does not the Beheving.'I j pleasure. But, being satisfied beyond to make cut a case against Mr.3cM4lI. :(
Carriages, Buggies, j: tamed by the corrupting influence of money, : deinnation of a legislative 'act doubt, that it is in fact a contest between io, without the facts to.base ,it upon,'caused ji
> will be pleaded se* their friends i For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. j drawn without stint: from the well.t leJ and : pectatioii: that he who so condemns, ', Buchanan and Mr. Fremont;; that Mr. i great laughter on all.sides,of th...fionie during 4
and i patrons at the old staa. .f D. H Ames, Subscriber has just received a I and its ? j ji : the reading: of their report. '
where they will keep a full and general 1. THE open coffers of tributary milliohairefc. It ; cur in approve repeal as President, will interpose all the 1 '
large supply of Carriages. hns has Mr. Fillmore : : ;, : Mr. Smith of Virginia Wialf ofa minority .
U6OI"tmeutofrtides appertaiuinjjio their Buggies, and Harness, which be offers presents as its candidate .Mr. Fremont, famous i! or not of his administration to preserve, un : on )
. iae of bustnes s. D. H. AMES I j for sale on the moat reasonable terms. only for bold adventures in exploration emphatically condemned the ; j jI : tho Constitutional rights of the I I of the committee, also' submitted* a re
M. LIVELY. 1 j November 18, 185' 46 of our Western wilds and *nowy mountainsa I II act of Congress of tho Missouri re ? ji j and the! perpetuity of the Union, whil-t I i, port. .
January 1. S55. _1_ I fit instrument in the hands of the despe. i i Thirdly, if he be content 'to stan J j real competitor would unscrupulously :I Tho minority report sets forth that Mr. ;
MEDICAL NOTICE. i iJ AL. FlI tSMtRf I rate faction who have committed their black ; fore Southern voters, where on the former, with full knowledge Granger entered into conversation most ; .
L e- I ATTORNEYATLAW.TALLAHASSEE I banner to his firm grasp. I cannot enlarge : stand in the ides of November? he thereby imperilled the latter, I say let offensively! which bad" previously been ,car*
| FLA., I upon the demeiits of this party or of its cl\n.1 But there is a third contestant in Southeru electoral vote be cast for the I I ricd on most pleasantly between; Mr. Brooch'

DR. BURROUGHS i "X. TILL practice in the Courts of the Middle DIs- I didate, nor, indeed, in this latitude can it be ancient iron-ribbed Democracy. nominee. Let Georgia do so, 'I I and Mr. McMullm' and t&at jVlV. O. atcoo* 1
HAVCfQ located in Tallahassee offers bis proI' T V tnct.and in Thomas County. Ga. ueces-ary. I will only add that it is formidable stands, armed and equipped cap all party prejudices and affinities, as pnnied his offensive! remarks with. a baking P-
serrices to the public. Office" opposite | tT: Office in the Capitol. 2d story, immediatelyover I as well in its strength as its desperate imposing mien, but with offering on the altar! of our common coun of his Cngerjind a most offensive mann r.- t.
Dr Barnard's Drug Store. the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. I
,. ; its hoary head. To That Mr. GT'waa the first rudely l and offan- *
June 28. 1856. 26-om July 21!, 855. 29-ly daring. All men here properly estimate its upon aid in this result, no man need sever -I .
I -.----.- I character-few, very few, rightly appeciatej these in my humble opinion, is existing party ties, nor need he form new sively to touch tbt person of his adversary i .
MEDICAL NOTICE. i E. BARNARD Jr., i its power.: The Southern man wle: thinks it ing brought cur present trouble !. For myself I disci:lira any such pur- ,I accompanying this net with defiant langi :
I : contemptibly weak, and upon that opinion I inordinate indulgence of its lust for |I ago,.and that what followed nas the i itamedl-! .,
DRS. GAMBLE BETTOX j WILL CONTINUE THE i predicates his course in this contest, will ; al acquisition, glazed' over by the I have, my dear sir, been unwilling to ohI I I, cocseqnence. The minority df thfc committee -

OFFER their Professional Services to the Pub t DRUB & MEDICINE I BUSINESS I i find, when too late, that ho has hugged to his I pretension of extending the my opinions upon public atlention ; but II I! further state that'they"are satisfied II'
Office opposite the Store .of Messrs.Hodgkiss. I W AT Tn) OLD STAND, 6IGK ..jgjj 1 bosom a fatal delusion. If not the first it j I dom"-the demagogue's hobby and I I not see that I can, with propriety, re-. j j: that the conduct of Mr. .McMuflln through. J

January Scott fj. 186f& Poole. 1 :! I' will prove itself the second power in ttie 1 I buster's apology. That will be a I| ( to place in your hands this hasty and* I I,lout this affair was characterized by large tor- .4
j OF TilE MORTAR, struggle. Whether it shall! be first or second f.r the country, when conservative j expression of them, leaving toyabr : bearance ; but they regret to' state tbat the
K1CBAKD T.: BIRCHETT. CHAJiLCS. W. POWXI. 1 I I will depend mainly upon the South. Whigs Identify themselves! with this ;' discretion the use to be made of$cra. conduct of Mr. Granger was far otherwise.- '
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BiaCHETT & DOWNING-/J. Ij I I We turn now to an array in another part In their p-ilmiest: days they could j Respectfully, &c.ClIABLKi II! Clearly I of opinion tbat it'involved no breachof
Corner of Clinton and Monroe streets, Tallahassee. I '
AITORSEYX AT LAW & AOESTS FOR CLAWS j j January 19, 1856.. ,___ 3 i nf the field. Tne American party, somewhat ally check, not arrest the J. JEXJtIiS.... the privileges the House, :they submitted .
the senier of the Republican, has been avowedly cy of its misrule. Their mission is Da. W Vr1LLINGilAM.Madison the following resolution :.
NO. 490 Seventh Sln-cC, i! Dr. P. P. Lewis I organized the [puiposo of reforming ever to combat its errors .and Reiotved, That the committee appointed

VVASHIXOTON CITT. G'n.&. notice to his friends and pat. i our naturalization! laws, so as to secure eflec- objectionable policy. Female by the House.cf Representatives on the 18th
WILL, practice before the Court of Claims, and :' @I rODS that he" is now in poMew-ion of tually to Amerii-ansthe power to rule AmeriI I But with all its faults, that p College, instant to inquire into th? alleged assault on

a D. putmenta.. te claims before Congress aud tbe several let The all extraction the latest(If Tteth.improvements without in producing Dent:!- 'I I ca. The object' j is a good one, and when stands rorth, alone in its reliable Mr. Edilor :-For sometime,: past I have U e Hon. Amos P. -, representative

July 28,1866. 80Wholesale : try.pain bv the aid of a local application. which consists pursued by legitimate means without being alone in its unqualified pledge to thinking of giving jon a short sketch from the State of New York bythe .Ho.
in applvim1 an artificial freezing mixture to tbe parts made primary lo others more important and the present status of congressional Madison Female College.: This inititu- Fayette Me\iulIin'a repr 6entat5r. (rom the -
: :& :rrx..S, until fullv! benumbed. Cd The immediate insertion of more exigent', will, I trust, claim the favor.II on tho slavery question. For the situated .. State of Virginia be discharged from. the faf-.
is in
and Retail Druggist, : a Temporary Set, on Gutta Percha. which can be tile consideration of tho whole peoplo.ow .- tion of this (pledge their orators at the town of Madison. Mor tber consideration thereof! --

NEWPORT FLORIDA. I prepared worn with for comfort a permanent and ease Set till ;tbe then Gums inserted are fully on however, that ques KmA i scarcely ings and their edito-s: through the I co., Georgia, which by the by is one Mr. Smith stated that be bad :taken excep.

-flRDERS from Physicians and Planters pot up i I that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which ate I I named in the canvass, and it were 'veil t'I lit now faithfully laboring. the most betatiful and healthy places in tioD.to the manner in which some of the eucumstanres : >
_, with the greatest care. I so ranch worn and admired, for beauty. strength, and this measure of reform rest, until the escape may be, but in general, even on Ga. The Georgia Rail Rcfod passes of the cue were detailed ia the .
__February 2. 1856. 6 perfect cleanliness. I ol the Republic from its present peril is eflec'l they come up manfully to the ,' tho p'ace and makes it : report of the majority,and !he resolution' reported
LOXG & CALBEAIT1I May 31. 1SS6. 22 I ted. This party, although not party is planted on this policy their ; very : by that*majority, .astit, ; placed the
fo/jill to visit this .
wishing beautiful
JOHN W. EVANS, j certainly doubtful nationality, for the pur. tal is complete-with it they minority the committee jn ali erroneous
ATTORNETI. AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ATTORNEY LAW : pose of resisting the present aggression upon swim. Their candidate, as broadly ,_or patronize tho College. :. position. He thought that it wai understood '

MA. LONG A J. B. GALBRAITH bare associ- BAINBRIDGE, GEO the rights and interests of the South. The I as deeply committed as them Maxlison is blessed with the m.ans .for in- in the committee that it was ,;ta bo altered,

atteod tbe,Charts fDfleJTejioUwprBdieeofLaw.in the..Mi idle Circnit. the Theywill Supreme WILL give prompt attention to all business en doubt i is predicated upon the express repealby Buchanan, the wisest, most i tiol1. It has two Female Colleges, be. but he found that it had not beet' done:
in the Counties of Thomas,
Courts and the District Courts of the United ( to his care Calhoun, and I their national council, in February, 1856, most reliable Democratic two Male Schools. One of the Col Mr. Houston, of ;Alabama.; thought that
Deeatnr, Baker. Early Clay. '
ttUie at T..n..h. *te. JMmiary! 17, 1855.Dangherty 7 .tf_ _ of the twelfth section of the platform or declaration Presidency. They call him an old \ is under the direction of the Baptists, the qU8etioDI.lnl'oIYed .J Jn' the controversy ,
: Oce opposite the Court House.OetoUr % Just Received.: of principles, made in June, 1555, I have an instinctive leaning to old the other the Method'nt were of great importanee'to. the: House, and

."_ S8. ISM._If_ and w ich gave to tbe South an ample guar. when put in competition with i The Metho-iist College is tho one we first of serious consequence to 'lh.: country. <%. '
8. S. KNIGHT LEMONS, Guava, Pickled and Currant Oyster,Jellies.Brandy Prunes Peach anty of ihi-ir co-operation. It is sometimessaid : canism. I would take him in It i is about seven years old, and [Laugh'er.] He ,cndtrsW from &i'report

Cl. Preserved Lemons Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger that paper guaranties are utterly value the mObt promising sprig of Young one of the most flourishing institutions ,of orthe.m jority that the strife KaH 'I been commenced -
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT Green Gage Marmalade. Lemon Syrup Raspberry less. They have certainly proved so in some that Democracy can boast kind in the State. It has ad able body and carried on In an ofl&ial. rapaci '

TALLAKAtSEE, FLORIDA. do. Strawberry do..Fine Apple do, and Ginger instances, and for the argument, we may This is no time to struggle for professors, and a president-! .,Ecbols, ty ; and as they would be ,.ea2d! upon to i

.S pte D.rl, 186S, 06 do, Raspberrr-Vinegar., flallibot and Shad.Fresh Assorted Salmon Pickles Lobster., Scotch Haddock grant them always so ; still i it must be conceded cendancy. Now we must l look fcr o is one of the ,most gentlemanly. and make a final disposition of tho .ciiii.be

WILLIAM SCOTT Ale and Porter. that.lhe formal: and distinct withdrawal try-its continuing prosperityjipd men in biB manners I over saw.- ,desired to have the evidence rtad _that h* J
'2O.OOO flnrnntt Cljfnr of one previously given is significant. This in the U iod. or its utter ruic,,.pu* one can know.him ,without drniring his. might Tote understandingly*.** ""! O. 1

AYYOR1N1IEY TYOS.TICELLO LAW, AMES 4 LIVELY. party then with A full knowledge that their must have a President wbA'will: During the scholastic year 'thcr Mr. CampbVU "f Ohio, moved that1 the i iH
,.FLA. 6 185: 1 Constitution now, as we itffrrpret it been hundred
: January national council whose authority is recognized one and twentyseven nIe. adjourn vhleh motiott. ; WMocta-. .
JulyJO.lfSt.. SO tljan ) had made this withdrawal, proceeded, lost. L tour enquiry $*h,be, in attendance, a. large number we greed to. 1 *

''::. !WILLIiM s. BILWORTH UFB INSURANCE.THE in convention: on the next dar; in tbe same the candidates will st4fcf firmly ; considering the ago' of the institu' Mr. Cobb, of Georgia aove l ,to-lqiIMJ;! *
NEW-YORK( LIFE INSURANCE CO c'ty, to nominate their candidates for ,
AtUraej;: .asi Coimsellorat Law, AOCUMl-LATtD CAJITLL..11,000,000. Presidency and Vice Presidency nnd gave fairest prospect osucess. Self on.I have,attended two commencements and of v e majority and minory be'print.
*.UQSTIOCLLO.: ] FLORIDA. THIS Company issues policies on tbe lives of them position whatever on this moment- I tion demands, thai in thisrhIs, we have been better pleased with' any in ed ; which mot on_ wa.agreed'te*, .
j. persons forgone or more Tears cr for the ous question In view of all (his, to any that reference to tbtfjgreat S3U'and to n Tbe ladies alwajs.showr off finely. Mr. Lctcher. 1'fViIi1 t&sttt wwults -
'TiUrLttee b the Cozrti of the Middle Cir. wbole.period of Jife OS THE MUTUAL SYSTEM.Thvideoda i in the
of .eJ
ability thpf candidates lazt and
de commencetneat CAme ,off the batt.risa.nr--dzPr.
of for
.' 'j iauiinJ&oai tad Lowodes Cout". Ga. declared to the insured on polieie issued the party is doubtful rutionafity on isre
.**t nqeg'a 1-1y for life. fence ,the.South.in this ruthless aggression Let us savc bo Union now, of July. Tho commencement sarmon was of grave importanfre trte_M.t '
mild Tstrumentailjy,; of .Democracy, if by Mr. MflF.ernn-ofTeiin/a inside or' out sideof :.tbe H1isaiI
Pun FflccHAjr. ActnaryMoiKw Tuyu.iv, Pree't upon ker constitutional rights, is to use very -
K.*? OJIWJdteLead&c.. I tr Application* received,ia Tallahassee by' terms. Of the patriotism and genuine national .: and oppfjp to them hereafter_ ngaflhed minister,,' Tho rest of the,week the facts cf iblt case to go.toSoothern 'i'
OAA "B 5iE3 Wb&nr' Glatt ajMrUd sites. 100 January UJ, 185& B. 0, LEWIS. feeling of the Southern wing, no doubt i ion ftkfth require, the same",ind to the day of the:exhibition'was taken op m>ri' had :bs.L ..
'Xi pmre, extra 4 2To.l. is ,meant to he- insinuat( --.they are above it therefore:encoohtored in tit' public examination.. I -was""not in atten Hou&withbIeg: Wf"ita'' .
barrcU. LiMwd Oil AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO suspicion. Their mistake, I think, lies in reposing ThfV'who admit the peri i iI) and a daring'the', examination, bat was' tnld od nd b"iIo.r .

I: 1M&.(,. fI .. OAJ1TA1,...._. .a a...:..a SbOOQOO.) unmerited confidence in .their northern th& sacrifice to Avert it, trt (in t the, ladies acquitted tbmelres! with yandJqojevidenca = 1tI the .
.' ) ttoaeregued.Agent of the above :Oopei, confederates, whose. faithful l cooperation /ranging the patriot in the, On the day of commencement the t lc l -_ ......utnlbt
: _' T.. .t $' .THE, receive appbo&two for aDd make imonac r. depends the claim of the party to (;the better to estimate tho pt'nland was filled to overflowing long before how th&t'U &:fafi rb ,
Ii krmiSr.Ja m cnfatttloM by Fire.on Brick and Frame BuHdinira, nationality. Their candidate is Sir. FiJlmorr; ces averting it.1.t'u8 consider for the excrctai to commence. Great ?!e. lieLId0 t f"n' flz. gdWt.
AM2S a. LInLT. Furnitcre,Merchandite,if. r"wtj, of tV wjreral candidates. ccH nr-t get i hi The chapel lit all, bnt .. ,
Jt.7 5. tc. Jttf'.QUY :$, :! S B. C. I.F.WI8. njot t worthy mm -sn able tt- +r5rInwmi! ..-

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.. Resoccit Thu 1OO.tra 1 copies of the"ep "Tie tattoos t2t& Section." *fo distinct repudiation the 12th secBon, Wr. Fillmore 1 Mr. Enc&anan nd the Island of Cub Tb fl rWii'1&jJar.;
rts iitid .eVi i0ne in" lu> of Sm'nt'rn< ,
< taso
Under this head the Sentinel devotes a <*olumn and by no twisting can that fact be It has been We havo
=orar.d on beh.df of Granger vs. McMallin, gotten The, enemies, ,of i Mr. Buchanan affect to D \vtitIngjfoT cons ti t
I I flOg t > prove that the 12th section is in cal friends of Mr. : receive the numberof
)? printed for the uso of the membvrs of thuHoose. over.We find in proceedings of-the Oatcnd confer thy paper

_ the new platform, bat simply to show that come now to tho adoption of the new an \otod for the ence views and recommendations addressed the Editor's $dhl<*tl'f&ht&rv, }n wElch,

The reading cf tho resolutioncaueed shouts it was not repealed by a distinct vote-or, Platform. The reader will be careful to note charge Is by the three Ambassadors io theDepartmcntofState are pleased to letrrt, be eschews further n s.trdfoy .

of. langliUr.Mr.. L. remaiked. that the whole that it was nJU" formally stricken out'bofore the glaring discrepancy between the facts aa the time this act dangerous to'tho character and in* ns being frjthksa cto the crisis, and

p nvould thus bo. published and sent abroad.matter the new platforo was adopted." The allegation they appear In the proceedings and as they was in tlie tereats of our country; and, strange to say, promptly runs up tLc! : fag. of Deccrac ,_,.

'. He inquired of tlte Black Republican of that the section was thus formally are stated by the Sentinel. That paper &&>*: 24th July, 1841, this remarkable discovery has been made by We are glad of th s'valuable accession to oar

the Hou&rwliy it wai that, having been so strIcken oat," the editor pronounces, with After the resol ition to 'strike out bad been laid gainst the many of the wiseacre politician of Florida, ,ranks In a portion of tho State which fcij
ready to censure Mr. McMallin some time reckless haste wholly untrue." Now, before on the table, KB len Call tells us, by a 'handsome Senate Journal
ever twen
> remarkable for the
majority, the rote was then taken upon the 'motion who deem it patriotic to oppose anything pretalenoe tad
ago,.they had not, since the facUof the case we proceed to show from the records to repeal! the old platform( and adopt the ntio cnt.'- On the same superiority of Democratic !
from administration
emanating a piinciples, exhibit
.liad.become known, introduced a resolution' that the Sentinel i is unacquainted with the For this proposition Oen. Call, with a largt majority
Southern voted." speech against however it bo as the ing clearly that fc no more, feKalle politician
to censuro Mr. Granger, who was the guilty cf delegates, important may affecting *
party I proceedings of its own party Convention, we The italics are cure. The facts do not appear same session, future interests and destiny of Florida, grow can be found anywhere tiin the Democrat,

Mr. Morgan,; of New York, asked the gentleman ask, Of what consequence 13 it whether the to be ns here stated. Mr. Denhovcr of On Febrnary ; ing out of our immediate proximity to the of South Florida- > *

lithe main witness in the case [Mi. section was formally stricken out"' by a Illinois offered the platform read by Mr. recorded as Island of Cuba The nominationa of Jdge Eu3ni1.j

Chase]House had not bc-rfi his excluded the privileges I separate vote or not ? The section was in Evans, and the question, as stated ly the nipt Law. Seo Hie conference at Ostend had its origin Senator and James Gcttea, Esq., rorsentativo Rprs
of the motion ?
on: own
M r. Lecher replied that the testimony of Mr. j the old platform-it i is not in the new. IVJtat Chair, was sion, page 220.j ). In the recommendation of OoTcrnor Marcy, in HilUborough ; And Col. James R.

Chase had been confirmed in every essential has become of it ?-that is the question. It is "Upon ftrikinff out the existing platform and :'n- j IPTit bark- who justly conceived that the mission with Nix for the same position ia HernaadoYaje;

Mr. Broom and clear that -t has been gotten rid of in some Setting the one otfeied by Mr. Denbover of Illinois" more was .1
particular by Capt. Tyler, "Mr. Sperry of Connecticut called for division of which Mr. Soule was charged ut the Court i highly complimentary to the intelligent and
who bad never been excluded, and he understood manner.5n the words of Mr. Botts, and it is n sentatives, and
the A the of discrimination of the
question. dispute nroae as to piesent position Spain might excite the jealousy of other Deihqcratic party of
that al! the witnesses concurred in the altogether immaterial as to how that riddance of the question and the Chair finally decided it is recorded as those
fact ihat the language of Mr. Granger was in- to be as above stated. Mr. Corwiu of Ohio appealed European powers, and that it was important, two counties, containing as they do ill

eultii.g and otTensive. was brought about The fad of the rid from the dec'pion. and upon thc appeal a complete I Journal for that for the purpose of facilitating the negotiations j the elements popular strength and sacceii.

referred dance is the main thing-not tiicformty\ debate ensued, which ended in the sustaining of the more, not Of their election
The resolution, under the rules, was Chair by a vote of 109 to 67." I then to be conducted, that explanations by large majoritiea \re bay,

to the committee_on Printing. which this riddance was made to become arealit "The question was divided! and the yeas and nn\s made a speech in should have been made to the govern t! not a single doubt .

: }-. It was ike fact that the 12th section ordered, and ou the roll being called on striking out bill, August 10th t -_
ments of and France the \
the t listing ptalfui r/i, the vote stood a1* follows: England objects | Arkansas.
laribian is nowhere to be found in the new platform, Congressional ( ;
ft ournal. YEAS. and purposes of the United States in any

we imagine, that induced the central organ to New Hampshire .. .2 LoifiHaua . . .1 480. movement tliat events might render i j The official returns for Governor from all

____-___-._-.- ,--------.- --- -- ____ ____-__._ advise its readers to take the candidates and Massachusetts . 12 California . . .1 On January necessary I! the counties ia Arkansas but one, foot np ut ,
Conufciiuiii . .. 6 1'esinete..2 having in view the ultimate purchase or ac- i
-- let the iide"-advice which would ia recorded follows
TALLASaturday : platform Rhode Island . .-. .42sYv Ohio . . .. 22 as quisilion by this Government of the Spanish I t : -
have been but f the ; Yoi .. . Law. For CON dem.
j I never given <;r ignoring uf I: 30 \Vicniiu..4 F Bankrupt Island of WAT, ( } 721
New .U-r.-ey. . . .4 Indiana . .. . 2 Cuba. These negotiations bad not I For YELL know
13 1856. t'.ic section i ii: question. But is the: editor cor- session, 21 ; ( cotbbg) 15 27
Sep. I Diluuaie .. . .1 District of Columbia. 2 page necessarily in view the transfer of Cuba" to ,
j root when he pronounces the allegation as FlrS 1.sfl'I. . . 2 Illinois: . . . 4 What will this
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. wholly iiuti iit, that: the 12th eecticn wi3I FLORIDA !! : . .1 Iowa . . . ..2 have thus belied ? country, though that was one of the ;I Dcrn. maj. 12,694
PcI4Li'yltuiia . .33 modes indicated of terminating the constantly i These are 53 counties in the State. Co ,
I formally stricken out before the new plat- Tt1, 138 They dare not *
FOR PRESIDENT, recurring grievancls upon the commerce WAV has nnjoritea in 49 coar.twa and Yxumajoritiea
j form was adopted( ?J" We think not.Ve NA YS. cord. Mr. i ,

JAMES BUCHANAN, think he has blundered: dirtcijy! in the face of i New York..i California: .. . 1 i Bankrupt Law, i of the .United States, jjpon the honor of its hi t 6 counties.

j I ?ny'.ind . . OF PLNsYLYANI. the record.! Wv think the record in-tauis the | . makes it worse :
. . 9N..rth Tennessee 9ky ; : it is well known all disturbed
toNU3 ,
alligation, and v.v tl.ink our roidtis vili a- i Car1i.a..2; ( 0 j :against and )Ir. sQtTliLRf; DI5SICT.
FOR VICE PllE&lUEXT.J. I IiJ.bLifla. . . . 1 the friendly: relations of the two confines} E. A. Warren (dem.) 11,630
i irrfv; y iih us v.lion they are pil in possession that odious Jaw.lIaing .
_: C. BHECKENRIDGS. and infuse aciimony into their intercourse Absoiom Fowler, 1k; n ) 8,714
of tlie facto u in the Tt1, 42
; :: FCSPfltt'd jril'libiicil jiruThiiKt ; j fairly '
connected with the of
OK KKXTUCKY.KO ( eedi'iig-' .. facts: wo shall! now proceed j Tie reader ill sc- by this vote that a (iistmct I Know Nothing prosecution commerce. NORTHERN o.TEICT.
Humors prevailed at that time, founded en j i lion. A. B. Gree.uvood'a majority
to >.ef'i : them. propositiowas: submitted: tc strike out | matter !ialt overThoir.pso'
*. :: 5-j ; >f-ore! { we s>
&OiiDISON i.JiKuE, a new and to this State i
dangerous policy, RS thd know nothing candidate
TERRY Vr'e Lx-? Lefois complete files of the [ the Jno platform containing! the 12th sec- j new mUrcpi : I ai
discovered by tho then recent decrees and well aa we can determiu from the official!
] :;C\v Yoik Hcrc'dc! the 1 9th, SOtli, Cist I (ion), an.I that that proposition was carried.I .- supply tile place j
.tLtcitr.i COfVTV.EORGE modifications of law peitalnir.g lo the feerviJe vote receive, will {h'e' ibout 9.500. Mr.
and 22'i Feb !.iry, wbich! roatain Ptlio\\ proi i The'ci.v7:! ha1* adroitly sought to keep out I
condition, that it was in contemplation to !! Thomi9on has bean crashed h-ra as ani
rI1 C'GR. ccedi.gs: of Zc!: National Council frcrji: it? openir.gti of \5e'.v i(:-.i significant vote. T'y! editor puts up

( .S. HAWKINS?, | :U; clove. These files are Fubjrrt the question: ::s b.-i. g upon the motion torepeal I It is &la ted by establish the freedom a.id domination of the t orator of great powers. He may ba, but ha
blacks or negroes ia the Island ; that they makes a rate fof Congress-Little
that very poor

: or JACKSOFOR i: the cJ! and the a great !:
j to he ex rr.i; :latro'i of any gentleman who platfoim:i adopt' new
were to be freed and armed. and thct nn extensive | Reek True Democrtf. : '
i ;' 'or uhic.i I C''l 1! \\ith i bear upon the I .
wishes to inspect tliotu. Tlo reports coi- one- proposition tn. a -
j introduction'of: native Africans was to -
:M. A. LONG, GEO. W CALL, i gained in the Herald ha\el>ern complimented: ; large majority of Southern delegatts.! voted" ; terfere 5i: the : bo resorted lo as a mean" of re-enforcing the Still ttcy Cornel I j

_ ; W. D. BARNES. as being the nir-ft faithful of any given to the whereas there were den distinct votes tnkon I; Sen'tor Lave ) j ji sway of the negro Republic. If the then Jcu :e F. H. Cone of Georgia, anther cf

| public. It is from these clrh-i.-il leporU tint first upon the motion to repeal, and then i Army to put ; [ supposed policy of European governments, '\ the Phikdtlphia Pktform of 1855, has taken

FOR THE SENATE, ,;I we collate oar fa etc. J upon tie! question to ;iiojt.( (Jen. Call 1 and | do The I're.-ident uhich created so much alarm in Florida, had the stamp for Buchanan The Philadelphia

DR. T. LAMAS-- 1 The Nrtional only r.ir.c oilier! fro.n the South voted with | so, if ho has ;
;; Council met on the ISth ofFebuarv. i ij been developed who in this country would Convention of 165S bating repudiated the
but this is ,
j Little except to organize, was ac- the free.soilcrs to >-triko out*" while a large ( ( | not have censured President Pierce r.nd his 12.h section, which guaranteed the South her i
and if ,
cornplished on that day. O.i. the M-th. the !majoiity of Southern delegates" vo'ed in the Cabinet if had omitted lights, Mr. Cone in turq repudiates the sub
p. B. BEOKAW, DR 0. PARKHILI, 1 mined that the ItO J Ji they to prevent by a |
business transacted negative, .is all the others should have done. which denies those
principal was the adinif-!! throat of the execution of scheme stituted platform rights to
: C- CHAIRS, DRLTTC1EK DUVAL.Fbridiaii i ( out to Jen. \ i conquest a j
ion of IP! Kdisi (Abolition) di-legatus! *' by i ia An anah: >is s-how.s that of the 138 votes in the trk which its denunciation of the present Administration
his entire was regarded as eminently dangerous
& Journal for thetaiujai a. v. ttof i f) -13. (O.i the 2flti! the {.M.at < aIirmati\e( ] 8 wee from the North and cico Floiida for lending its aid in bebrflf of a measure re-
not to
Gen. only so fearfully exposed aa i
Ve prcpcte lo Issue on the tecoiiJ SaturJaj in bttlc; comiiK'iKvd ou the Itith tociian. We \ that only; tex d'.h-gat: ?" rrpic..'Miling I tluo-; 'I to conduct Ilarney the |' she i is, but to the peace and safety of all the i; cognuingthsm. Mr.tC. submits to no sacb sale

: June aad continue i.nl.1 fUr tLc Prrrit2'i.il f'tctioii qui'tc-' from tho pr-'CCf-dings' : i i"Mr. holding communities voted with ihvm. Ofilic12 ) Southern slaveholding States I of the honor and interests of his own section.

the Campaign FlonJian and Jcurna1!, &l the ii.! F'Jrr f N-a fork m"ve-.J) thata c.iciir.itf'c navy, t1rc.' oily wee: from fife States ; Indians. We Or.o brief sentence contained in tho cdd Hence his support of Hachanan, who occupies
low inff rates: | cf tot fr.n'ia.h tj.le be pppoiitU-u to l-utt- city in a few days i ioperations. -
ji.-vj.are the balaiice (
: ueruMrom the Sduth. 'Hie-
: 'J9j) of Litter antagonism to frw-
lo A fci igle| SuJ-tcriber 1 COU !.t-s f.ii dieT Cout.c | ; ) 1 ess Ly the members of the Ostend conferI I a position

To a C'.ab of 3, address atn P. 0. 00 i Mr. 13iw icr of Masachu- propose J tbe! .'. '.- ii'llattV; ': m having t'ms bc"i! l"nnrcti, thclnti.n l 1.- iia.le :. ; j jvill I nee: describe tn .. lov:: g ZM a substitute : j '
To Ckh .sf 3 CO ( occurred : ii tn." : d.c.tJ.1 of tin-
a \Vi't-ret. tiie lit.i tcctnnf tie. NvJ. nsl I''st- tlifholt document : Oar past I.5stoy forlJrt -
.. to j.ut' .n emi to ; : i Previous: to the Presidential election of
t .4 ;. 4 6 00 i form adopted in June List, \vrii neither oae.i bv j Washington: or vt.ri -! !{ ni.: v\iii! .
- rrnj ; that should tL-7 I lr.nd of' IS- ? Mr. Buchanan$
.ve acquire powerful speech
be done ?( 'I 1 he :
10. 4. 7 00 ; the Sub a'r saiictione.! by tic North-TLmfyre j the followin! rciuit i ino
: in favor cf the election of Mr.
of Cuba of .it Washington
WITK&CT TRK CONr Sp.t.1; |
ech .
the order I i iJ
The meet iovariaL-ly ')
acccrapntiy '
money j /-fc/tr.f, Tint t'resaid section : bcrely strickta Vt t Ciisc, to which Mr. Webster reared in full
1 uulrs3 tie law cf
--- justified by grr-at soifpresci
; to insure attentiou. 1 frcr.i the\ P'atjVrm.1 | t . . o California, .2 prnervcd"r Kt a v.-l.g! .rooting held in Faneuil Hall on
Iln.1..2 ; Ttnne!?ec yY'rlc J VAtion." V.'e der- that it was thegrecii cf laf4ia ct Octyber. In commencing bit
This: resolution! afterw.irds t
1 Police. w.s ar.icn.lcd New .C5 Kentucky 7 j Th Hon. (; I! territori.il esrsiiiion that prompted the- instructions Mr. Wtoster Bi'tul-. Gentlemen, Isv
Ly Mr. lily, with tli? consent;: of Mr. Brewstvr D) >l.iwar< '. . 2 I 4 epeci
1 '-. -
T1iefle' P RCI1.flDOX! i rtbcAtrkau I
? .nt the he'l
; : .* his to
f | Mary laiiil 5 | Mijs which convoked the Catena confercnco ;| noting, a speech delivereulately
BibleSockti ill \itit Jiie fjllor.-irg pbces by adding, That on the fihjoct of i Virginia. 7 I.idi.tn.i. .. 2 party of that State nor was it th? pentirr.ent that con- i j V/nsIjington by the present" Secretary of State.

tl at the lime tpcciutu iu pro?icrtiou of tV e object cf Liazgctcy ; slavery o are guided by the priiiL-iples and North Cui'.iica..I I Michigan 1 the I I :Mr. Buchanan, A R'S TLKMA wjio is AI -
Fl"ridi 1\Viw.isin I 4 I appears on i trolled the action of a majority of its able j
: 4 provisions of the Conbtitutiou I MONO TUB FI23T, IF XOT THE VERY FIBJTj
-\ Wiling no NW Jt-i' J I D.'tnct; of Columbia .2IVrr 1 wherein be avows and members. We belicv
ey distinguished
Leor. ICtL Mid I4t'.j.n
Pgab, t. :
c.ci-ty tj OF 1113 ,
j more and chtimincr no less." In offering this plrania 2 I.iitiuis .. .. . 2Louisitv
New err, ** *f 11+. : . . Birchnnan( and however, that Mr. Souta wcg prepared to obtain sT.vMi.\G is Tits coo'TKr. DifFering from
Ta1h&e '. a11efIdIeIt! Mr. 11v remarked : IJe oIv:: force of I .1 the sontLiients ia this I still
? 2ib. Tilil, 112 I great it in any manner. If the acquisition most ( speech,

I Qaacy.Ihe: Oct. th.It'nt j dwired that the South would sirnj/ly ttru'iJ on NA Y3. 1 alone left for the the Island shouW become the very condition ,. do Its author the credit and justice to say

: 12tb.to i the Cntjstitution, (lieu cock Htalc c' uld inicr- New IIrnjmiJre . .2 Aikaiisa . . 1 the ciuintrv. His ; that it if a manly speech."
. . . of our existence, then if Spain shall refuseto ;
Waul.eui; Ith.I it according {o its ciiiJta ."' Tennessee . 3
irie.d h of the Bible I prct ConiK-cticr.t . . ; K< iitucky . . 5 upon tile Minds! of part with it for a price far beyond its pre A Floridian In Sew Jersey.BrnLIyor .
; cacse arc r.qnsted co- After considerably wrangling' Mr. .Matiu-ws ; Kh.-e! Mar.l 2Marvl.uiJ Ohio . . . 19 wiih quite "
as value shall be "in '
j-ate ia rca'kriug tLee ir.t etiags ctfeetive. : --- --- previous question, Ni'itls Carolina: . .1IVn'iM Iii'1ia, . . . i i Pratt and Pearce it" from her upon the very same principle < > > fj
which was adojitcd by a vote of 83: to 75. i I lviTiii . 14 I Il.im-H . . . 2 1 those of thy : j /UK7185a )
that would
V/oodwar snd $ individual
r Jntige 0. Myers, Esq.iii'Fe ; Thh ought: the Council to r. direct vote on i IU-iarI:1! : . . 2 lowii . . . ..2Caiif.riii justify an tearing J 1 .)Tr. Editor-The cbje'ct of my writing toi
t gei.tlesnen addrc acc! the Leon Dtmolii . . 1 i Such frequent and down the burninghouse of his neighbor, if i i you on the present occasion, ia to give our
the ,
Clr.'u oo! Tliinvdnj! tviMiing last in manner malttr then j'ending. We quote ag.-iin > T.t1, 7:; Democratic party j there were no other means of preventing the j Democratic friends South r.n idea how wo

and s-jarit highly cc(jL1.1e to the larg from the proceedings : Theve see that it was on the motiontoadoptth.it I![ pates all doubt as flames from destroying his own home." To \ are preparing for the coining Presidential
"iLe Chair (leciJ-id the main question to ho on the Gen. Call had "
and attenuvo( audience present The spirit Bi>- ;tt.i and Ely jm.twHti'ii 1 as jllow! : i a large j i and Brcx'kemidge. apply! this illustration, Florida, as all must campaign.At .

N of Democracy will not and caiinot flag while 1 Wheicns, the 12lh iection i>f the National Counj j majority of Southern delegates" with him- j i as we did a while would be the neatest house to the threat- a regular stated meeting of the Democratic

:. cil, n-Jopteu in JuriP, 1 155. was neither proposed l by and we may add, of the free'oilers likewise, j t Club of our city, tyi Saturday evening
its eloquent votaries art- appealing so zcaluutlv 1 tL! <; Svuth nor sauciionc'l bv tb; Noith-Tiitrcfuro i ii t istence of the. ( tI enirrg flames of Africanized Cuba, and her i tha 23d last, we enjoyed one of the most en-
S An of the hows that of the
i analysis vote I Ii
to the juJgni :it and svnipatliies of tie bo It *> I citizens the first to give the alarm of inr.mi- thushstic outburte patriotic sentiment ever
Jic-o'vfJ, Tciatthc nfore ai people, who listen to political discus oi.b with out; that ou the Eubj etf slavery we f-tnnil ou the I danger. Thu doctrine, we are inclined by
39 from the South. Of the 73 f>8 were j I Fast on the heel < The hour for meeting having arrived, Maj.A. .
: the view of forming sound, srtfe and conscientious j>rin< jpeB! and pp>vi i<>H8 i.f the Coii lituUou <>f th'j nays 1/clirve, ia not original with the Ostend i
Uiiiti States-..\icltli'j-j nothing! mere and c!. i. iig! from the free and 15 from the slave States. kins announcing i W. Burns, the Mayof 'of our City, called
p conclusions fc- the guidance of their i iititli.n! If*s. The two votes taken that illustrious son of nor did! it emanate fro'.i 1 fillibustoring j tbo meeting to ofdei. After the usual preliminaries

; jugmct! : w1 cdtct. '-An attexpt was iratlo to livM. the qt.'k.n, j jwJiWi together prove t cupidity, nor \ tl.cCLii r ri.1 'Ut of f or'Jtr. Another it: the of free-soil sentiment conies another |
IIMKosfal ; : : was j jin
!eSsri. F. L. Viil .ijjue and J. D vcr: ti } .. It has been as broadly asserted and as confidently | was announced that Gen George W. Whit-
< The
? n: n t-< r.iijouii: nani. qu t ti-uT i Macon
Broonie wore appointed to deliver addresst. \vufc lbi: tA.- 1 .iii !' nt'-r.>tt-r r'.1'1tfl' by y(3 i the Council) that repealed the platform conlaiin which is and ably advocated by a Whig states- field, of Jefferson County, Florida, was stop

1 H'i at the next meeting of the Club. and administration as in the Ostend j
cays :,1. i one \\ilhout} that section. regarded aa appointed Capt. A'gnew. proprietor of
In ili-i Flxridi'tn cf the 6lh of March thc | | We may he in error, but think \ said Hotel, Mr. Jones and Mr. 8. Keys a
___: The Democratic Club of G.idsdpn.We Now wo think that a consideration: ( of llieftij able opponents of '
; voti* Ijy Aisles was givt-n at u'nglh, anwe! j when we assert that 3r.! Ever tt, United committed to wait on Mr. Whitfield and Invito -

were present at the meeting cf this] association here merely <;i.xi the? result, omitting p; I!!f.: i \ to strike out" can only fairly be conj j Middl1 Georgia, : Secretary of State? in his letter to the him to particlpate'ii; o slrueil( as a formal repudiation) of the 1th! I tion now to vote
: address thc
in meeting.
cvc-r.itjfj to
.. Quincy on Saturday !lars. and French Mir.J! ers, declining the !
; last. and" telling 6.'ction, for i it was the presence of that section conclusive Mr. We. venerable appearance, connected
Interesting speeches were tendered by them to the !
q :Tvovv, xvhtiliyr tiiis vote wa <:ossi: ifrc-d as guarantee with the far South from whence bo canw
.. delivered Messrs.DJJ Punt M.! Whit j : in the old platform, and nothing else, he backs that ( !
by of Cuba to for all
possession Spain coining i
: tie 1'Jlh section niccie him of than
"foiir..i.iytrJkir.g i out or j an object wore common
winch: rendc-ml! it obnoxious to the North and influence in that
Smith and F. L. The j
Villipijjue. Denocrcyof defended hi rete.il the that *
en ground attraction.
not v.'i> aiv unable! to iav. Rut l, coitain it i is, j
Gadsden are unit-;*! and: haiu.oiiou: ?, ;i ..mberisg Urcw-ter's rrojoilifin repealing hint seclio-i j caused its rejection ; and it i i.s therefore a : We quote an United States have an interest in the con- j After a forms! introduction to the meeting,

in its rants many: inilji-utial 'oiu iii.eWhigi ; v.-a? voted CM aid carried by neaily two to I II uvre quil.ble lo deny that the section referred ter assuming the of Cuba which may justify her ia as- j Mr. W- arose, and with pertinent remark

," whose super&ddcc intij ncc destroys I to was repealed, cseci;> illy ifter tio! repeated i Fremont and :Mr. dominion over it. i slowly and calmly entered upon the sabjec
We think it }
cir.v. ury ihty, :OVCT, of political! difference aa now existing br
indications the dei i It be said
Council of their
given by may I
the of th
remotest hy made 3Ir.
expectation sjccesa The Buchanan
; attempt by to ac-
...LJ_ I thevui .mcit! among Southern delegate.ca .-, i be elected at all, tweea the North and South. He had not
.. .ppositdfl.'TC have: 110 icars! about Gadsdra. tt'rrr.inaiion: to gut rid ofii in some manner. | Cuba was wholly under the direction cf yroeoded far into the mints of the question
:ru by te! result of ttc; vote, hidceid .i. j jipohi'm your aid, and why | *
Tli'j truth is that section almlo |
-4 <: to adjourn until the next d.nai; i j jr. piopo&eii to ancient opponent ? I Government. Should it, however, uu- before every eyo was fiied on the speaker
by the legLIalion: of 1654 as a settlement rf is of moment arise and tha deep interest fekjusured him that bit
vast "so as seriously to
recoiiMiler the had. |
promise-) : just
C'onotj. after
tliC .slavery: question, and ii was for that res- nan should be i remarks were duly appreoiaU-d.
fair fabric of our Union the American I j
The sterling Democracy of this county i And tliir inference is strengthened by the pro. | son and no oilier that it was distasteful to I clfcled and go j cheer, huzsa. followjng-hnzia told him too
of the next When the Coaiicil will determine to assume the domin that old Borfingttm truly tlwe to
cpcdings was
}have pat iu nomination for the Legislature day. the Northern Know would }power of thw plainly
Messrs. Jmces F, McCJtllan, Jesse Coe and mot on the 21st, which was the last day f They and with the over Cuba, rather than have the Union the interests of tho Union.
not abiJo by that legislation, and hence they When esteemed frfeod retained hh remarks -
j And of the of our
popular majority. no portion peopla
of its after much the
Irwin tilting, talking on f-lavery
Joseph gentlemen of acknouledgedJntelligence j jj
repealed the platform which pledged them to that he can be ho said : ShdaldT-I venture to' o ke *
United States will hail its
and will and the reading of the Plat-I acquisition
popular strengthj who j question present such a course. The repeal was accepted out my single I statement of what'my je have witnessed

'; bo elected without difficulty. i form by the I'ev. French S. Evans, which he by most of the Southern delegates as a measure that eo far as my more joy than the rntelh'ger.t citizens cf : this evening, in some tarts of th* South

.. \Ve are rejoiced to learn that the veteran 1 said he designed offering aa an "olive branch of conciliation" said Mr. Baulett not bo subjected j where I am not known Cny statement would
: defeat. Too The party now oppossd to the obtainment be questioned.! ; but when I return to "onj
; Gen. Milton those *
responsive to of fCC"U President of the Council and it late
4 i is too State, Cotinty and home, I will do yoa
my my
contingencies. -Cuba under circumsrances i ia the I
( 4 strong political impulses that have ever characterized A motion wan then made to rcconsid'-f iJie wteby in the day for the Sentinel or any of its co- "Tbe any { justice, and my word for it, this pleasing b-
wbich the Brewster and Ely! proposition iva party that opposed v/uh vehemence the ;
: _the man, has taken the fitld for the adopted sit R substitute yesterday. laborers to undertake to smooth over the
U entire' Democratic ticket, and is orcittiug lhi> "Mr. Edie of PentHylrniua moved to by the mo- ,graceful surrender to frcesoi] exactions by have left lo honest of Florida, the annexation of Texj j out the great object for which you ar tifo

p ute of no honorable means to ensure the sueCM lion "to rrcviitidrr on the table. Lost i>n n c'-unt, 65to7. miserable quibbles and !lawyer-like technical Party, it is the and the purchase of New .Mexico and j evening assembled.

which he has vindicated will not disguise The Kuow Nothing paity of the J So xvell timed and bnesp ctd was th
of s cause zealously "A Pennsylvania delegate moved the previous ities. bad better and ahati'
t They own up" commends himself whole! aflair that every'feettng
from WB earliest rrenbood There qucitiou on tie mottua to recontider."Jlr. time is guided by the same"counsels ( jpT
are Evans of Louisiana-Will you withdraw it, don the wholeconcern.Ttiumpb tho most this that influenced the was nerved to Action, aid itvoeded bat c
few aWcr .'men on the Hump than! Gen. Mil I fr I waut to put a quotioa to the Sou h t (No no.) Party-as an able Whig gentle whisper from ''iiejip of oor ww
The votc''a then taken crul the motion tytl retua- in by-gone days, ever opposing the whbUsemlly 1)'
ton.V* can assure our political friends of the Constitution. man, and us a vocalist, (Mr. K. Wjrci,) and t1s

eTsevere1, that all tiring* are right in the !'.
.t., tWet. Drowsier, BuiT'a rtsoludon aaJ all, fco bil en the SOth of August\vith"tho revolutionary proviso ly with u? on the efforts to extend the boundaries cf So fine tras the affect that geetl* to of

tab!.. lie utited that be had a platform! to subetitno. fctrichcn The day. My hope- civilization and Christianity. The brotherhood bedew d u 0rt f" .; ." Motion !lay on the table prevailed by a vote out. vote on its pass.30 was elected, be will When our meeting elated ifcrf* Cb
; w Porter's Spirit of the Times. 11111 to12.This 101 yeas to OS uayb. Among the yeas were upon and selfish policy that distinguished were given for the ipeJKr, thvas for] Bac

f The friends of Win; T Porter will bo account all tallies with Gop. Call's 21 from the free, States, 1.7: of whom are raised to power destroyed the Whig party is rapidly per an.in and Breckenridg. (the next ,Pr.esident

; :. ". pleased! (o learn -that" he' l liaa determined! to version. It also! explains the vote on the 20th Democrats and 4 Fillmoreites. Every sup and indorsing as ho the same work! for the Know No and Vice FreudvutA* and. thrw. -
j&sue r a.nne\Vj Spmi"/orf .LeanuerfleL.t: atao 1, on 13 re prater's proposition. That vote was porter of Buchanan jirf-aent In the IJme ho will protect organization as the current of events florida. .

rcon / his oumcrou* frienda. lie has on tho adoption of Brewster'a 4 resolution'aa voted for the bill. his term of oHice. rapidly tending toward sack a catastro- Long may esteemedffete& live. to 0f en307,
.of the nation will the blessings of.this lifd' >ffamily t1ib *
witWrmwn-froa.the old'-fiplrft of the Times.in n tubslitate for Bnrr's motion, which wAs to, legiUmaU) action. '. f of wKotsi ip U, *11LT3 thO

vve: the't Mi new enter-" iippioint committee of one from esch Statoto The Block Republicans Juvo carried cbra and eoctional Uon. ;A. H.:8tephene: i* c.if egoug to ferr&nt de'WbjC.p% 5a9iH '

I ;.q.1. report business Yv.Ttl vI<'5s, it amounted Main and Vermont by largn ir.ijori5c Federal Ionian, bo fo c-itnaas tJet. &tat'.

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I [CoXKOmOATJED.] constitutional td'get more slave territory,that wood, was then.introduced who came on the'' r Er Arrival McLAIcATIo'. Ee&rnH College.

I 2a Mr. ruimore In favor restoring the he never would consent that there should be stage ranting and snorting. He stated that PROM NEW TORE PER REMINGTON', '' caadT
he bad came over hereto meet Gem Miltor OfLCtFS in t2.
another foot of slave territbry hndthat where 4zi4C'z43
Missouri Compromise when be did not expect it. He said Le was 4 BAGS Rio and Java Coffee, !sitIutc wlrpeocn tbeliit Moadar. -
there is land to be from becoming fj 25 foxes
any prevented Soap
Tliis ia of the Importance acquainted with him by reputation but hac te rst4a74IMarcbBsIDt
a question greatest 5 Starch, IVTOTICB is XEREBtO1* tht a E1 Ct1
and if truthfully answered in ihe affirmative slrre territory, La is ready to prohibit no idea the old wberl-hoise would be pitied 4 a Assorted Candy, JM for Hectors f Pre dcat ,nd Ylom President of tro edoWDdat nt-s spletidid* ftta

who bj a Uw of Congress. Taiihg his langu. against, be said that all he knew he:had; *. 2 Bble, Cider Vinegar. of the United States wUl W Leld ,a tbe C1il p'e. the 3UU Ee..itihvrtIYreDaT&tIOOc a4rttticah pdae .

should in>pel every Southern roan, age, then in reference to the repeal of the learned over a pine knob fire since he was' !. 2 White Wine Vinegar, cinQte in.the spveral Conntie of this SJUU.OU TL Ll>- I coc College* sad Fo1tlesand a Eo&tal ? r Clicic* Zo-
drtires to the honor of the South, 6 Crushed Sugar DAY the 4th day of November proxiaw. ret ur *
preserve twenty-6ve years bid He made quite a fanUv *"" stroctico.vndw this cii5etio the -.icltv. C Missotui "
Compromise the action of bis friend 2 Pulverised and time prwcrioe'l
be made ia the zniwca I
withold his thereof to etair etfes
Ead her in th Union, to little stale and old but he procid
equality vets
Mr. Hnven, in C In reference to the speech -a ereated 2 Stewart'Syrnp, by law. Tae number of Electors to ba chosen i* I froaFACULTT.
ngres .
wpport from Mr. Fillmore, regardless-of forcer considerable fan. He is good on docu-> 6 Boxe$ Maocaroni, three. -

ties.! It is not designed to same, and the authorized exposition of bis meuts such as making garbled extracts of let- 5 Vermacilli, In tegtimony whereof, I have hereunto nsl my L. B Alt KSTOS. M.D. P fewLt.o Lys1og a4

party argue views by Mr. Webster, and considering them ters/resolutions, &c., purporting to come from 10 Baskets Heldiick Champainge. hand, and caused to be affixed the Seal of the Pathology cad Hutarfo M.dija.'
this point at length, but only to group togeth- old Bucti arid it with shower oil 8 Casks Ale and Porter, [SEAL.I State of Florida. Done at the Capitol. In the J.T.COXEiLDrrofc orcif PxhuVtlce p
together, \ve cannot avoid the cbnclosion, rhixing a 1 Pot-Ash. of ,
tend throw thasubject. City of Talli hassee, this 80th sw-h facts to light on
*r as that Mr. Fillmore is in favor of restoring the 'abnse of old line Whigs who had proven them-t 2 Bbls. Peach Brandy, A. D. 1856. JAMES.Z. tOOIF., II. 3. THOMSON", M D, Profsu o* c4 Qbuit.txka od
In speaking of the. repeal of the selves traitors by not turning overHo the new* 2 Apple Governor of Florida. Diseases of Womi-n and CbHren. .-

Hitfouri Compromise, Mr. Fillmore eaj-g : slavery restriction over Kansas and Nebraska office seeking party. But this was all old 19 M. Best-Spanish Segara By- die; Ooveraor. Attest:- I. N. LOOMIS. A. M, M. D"Prof. of Chstsktrj! Botanv
and is of the For sale by R. IL BERRY. F. L. Vru-iwcuE, and MicrctflopT.
consequently unworthy sap- here, the American Elector for tiLe West had Pbarm'ncy
Vl J have no hesitation in saying what most Sep. IS. '66. 37 [Sent copy. Secretary of Florida.Aue. L M. O01JING3 A. 51.. M. D, Profe *sr of Aoatooj
of Southern read them and often the
port men. over over .so tq people .
that I 1856. 35 and Sure.
sf fcnnr already, was decidedly 80. -
ytu To show that the right construction has that they did not wish to hear them any I Notice. %* All the paper in the State copy until day of O A.LOCHRA5EEsq..5I D. Prof* wroflfe
cpjxHcd to the disturbance of the Compromise. more. I would advise them to get a machine election, and send bills to Comptroller a office. ,Conparatire'Anatotcj na<1! G>top rttire -
been placed upon Mr. WVbster's language in my absence from the State, IL t? Papy
Goodfalih, as welt as the peace of the country to read them, as they are so uniform I cannot DURING Pbvsiology. -
duly authorized J. H. BULL.
seemed: to require that a Compromise relation to Mr. Fillmore, it is only necessary tell why they could not be run through by Sep. 13", 1856. 37Charleston ageit Valuable Plantation for RM .-

xhich had stood for that to append a few extracts, from an editorial of machinery. He says that he never thought Entire feet for ticket to Lecture.. .. .

more thirty years the American candidate for the Vice 1'resi much of Fillmore until God Almighty said to I So Ca Sale Matrieulatooocc onlj}. .*. ... ......... &
iould not be izaAtonly disturbed. Anatomical Tick t.. ..i 10
Gen. Old Zac these Furreners and
Taylor, 'HE Plantation known as Cotton Land, belonging
drawn forth
7/i'i/rpeoZ fcems to hare been a PanJ.ira's dency by very speech of Mr.Webster's Democrats have got the old ship in a bad WM. M. LAWTON & CO., JL to the etteoftbe laic J< hn W.Gotten, situated I Parable irrariible in cub ia draacektof thi OpEii
I at Buffalo. the senion. Gnuicftti a rVe, patablt Itfort **-
; box, out of which have issurcd all thepdUifol state, rather l leakey. You come up hero to ten miles North East of Tallahassee, is for sale. The amiaatien. $22.
From the "Washington Union, May 29, 1851. SEA. ISLAND CtfTTOX FACTORS. tract contains 1790 acres of first Jute land. 1000 of
evils that me, I will take care of }ou. Let the mantle cabin For particulars address say Qjemlwr of UM Facolty.Macca .
; now afflict country, I which is cleared. On thc premises ere jjejrroe,
\ve --- -- -a -
venture even to say tbj.t a just analysis of State fall d'n Fillmore. hp can hip the -, house and screw and other uaual plantation Ga. .
4.i of the view Mr Webster has taken of the helm, &c. this about .ill he said, although Wic. M. LAWTON, R. TT i.v-rt-aicaT BACOT, improvements gin all in good repair. There is an abundance AL V, 13CC. -32

By this larguago, it will be seen, that heondcn1Ig -compromise and slavery questions will 'prove he spoke an hour. JOSEPH 18,T.1856.I DILL. WIXBOHN 874mNotice. LAWTON, Ja. of good water on the place. For terms of sale

it in the severest manner. He in I that the re-election of Mr. Fillmore will[ un- Judge Hawkins closed in an hour's speech Sept or other information apply to the eubscribt-r in TalJahaosee. 1 Tax Collector's Sale.

Sfttle all that ha* been done to F R COTTF.S, Ext'rAug. be sold before the Court House door ia U- -
yet deprive amid the deafening cheers of his old friends I rriLL
lFect icrms it & breach of faith, and even 80. 1856. 35 -St-
those quesiions! of the power of disturbing and The Town of Mooticello,on the Id day of Zfrrtm
pc.nrrh 'sin the clacsics, for a comparison herealter the and acquaintances. judge was truly ISS C. SMITH will re-open her School op. lloa- -- her next. e.foiIqwing.Jand to wit: the EiofB
peace tranquility. of the home-he made a fine speech and \irulicaied .LV day the 6th October next Her term are JR. 4, Section 8. TowajLip 1. Range 3. N and E. letled
sufficiency odious, with which to express his country. the Democracy fully and completely. He I twelve dollars per session of-fire month The first BOSTON, upon at the property of Rscbxltl C. ParJab, sad aold

disapprobation (tf he honestly beieves! ash -Vr. Fillmore expounder on the unconstitutinnalily also addressed the citizens of Greenwood on j session will commence the first day of October, and to KUisfT tlw State and Ccnotr Twi. ,,.

fca\s that tle irpral of the .Mfssniiii Compromisf1 of admitting slave territory. his return from Calhoun county, on the 28th j j end March the and last ends of February the last;of the July.cecond Scholars commences will be in This Celebrated Racer Tat JAMES szeaoi D-MORRI3.and Collector Iy

,. '.iS a 'i Iati n of n ot.ij nri l 1. t\\ion :If it be uneoiiMitu'.ional to admit slave lust, as did Gen. Milton. The meeting was ch i rgod from the time they enter School, until the *"' JJT Jtffen-in Qponty .
large and the Democracy were fully one third end of the session during which enter. No de-
I AND $8
I the two sections evi-jy t-nttiklfr.ilion o. justice ; t-r.itory ii'tn the United LStafe, as the good i diictions made for illness & Aug. 16, 1856.
ia the majority. The day was a fine one foroir except protracted and! rn'f-ils S'T'.!'' han p1.1)I.| ol New rVorjc were again and airain'ni )t.-1a.1856. 37
good iiric to rcstort. fricnds. Haw-kins i 1tNL STALLION Notice the Public.Orncr
I v.l.en: they wore tecch lug instiuctlonf Judge never forgets __ to %
.* the terms of ih-it Compact, :iul 10 ;> to mention in the most favorable terms Col. South es't MoxrartKT
\7.3nioT&jr JfAT Soarrr.TTdiJltr .
stind at Stables two; mies F
> ojn Mr. l-illinurc's] great ixpoundfr, flini i ivited Tax Collector's Notice. TT71LL ray
fiet in requiring n fiilnll-no of iscoi'tio''s.: : not to reKtl ;ganst; the execution of thefupjiiurl.nveiaw Perry, we. are anxious to pee him among us I T V of Qu'nry.' on the road to Tallahassee the tn- tot. Jaty 1, 1356.

; Judging from }his iaiignrge, tho most reasonable I \\c thould like to know and give him a flue showing in the West. T PRO POSE to be at the following places at the ruing Season. IN fltcor.InDce! wiUi sri or-Jer of the Board cf MAJM )
Gen. Milto'i never fails to call the attention JL times specified below, to collect th > Taip; frI KOSTON'as JIL, ny no mere contrihuhcn -
t iaftrencc is. that Mr. Filnire! is in favor I \\hnt security the South gains ever by thi- I the year 1856. for State. Co-jnty and Rai'rond' Tax f the Washington Nttivnal Moadmcat tu
the honorable
of the public to high-toned gentleman famo"s Racer Boston, by Tc'i : >;r
\ s'red by the *
of restoring the Mi iuii C miTun.! promise that the fujiitivv-slave law will be who i* the party candidate for Governor | payers will please be punctual bAixhy his dan Sarah CliUjr.l by ncportedZiaaanee agent Lcretof3t Cv-rsiciincot by the Kaard. .
exrcuttd. New Mexic i Saturday, September 20, BjrJ'e Stoic, Miccasakie. 'In. ; M tola cDr.tJUed
I Suppose were to He h This nctoe net as aouitcrejm j !
This c./nclufion is strt'iigthenod by the tact, corrc fni ward to-morrow with a constitution and bespeak a good vote fur him 22. Centreville, ; Grfind dam by irepoited fif hands Msigrave.hgb. well tie agents, but it ii 1 de-red' ta fcSVctOatn a general J
about : -n
tliat his cor.Sucnliai ficud and former lwaffocMi' jecognisinc slavery, could Mr. Fillmore The Gen. remarked a't Greenwood that from ". 23, Holland I accept misunderstanding Le had said that ho could 2 1. Thoiapkii.V Old Mill.!! Hcr-e h well ft.-iure.J of evtotnnl ice eSJ ti HA patriotic
In short such n
aiid his lflOUtfl.irthik i it Etiropo ifhen the ir&cle ofhia long the owner cf r{>ston. is
duties adpl'm.e4
[ : : 25, IloJgson Distillery,
ji wbic't! it 1 is but il Lts resolved
not fcupp irt tic! Democratic candidate for .. as ib seldom oflered to breedcis of fine sleek in tUs tn.crprite engiSvJ.
?Ir. Haven oJ Ntw Yor, hii, ilurlng:: declares that the r.dm'.ssion of slavetoT'tory 2. Raclasi Roads, to depend farther f rc-cteJir i Ljr a.eoev until a
Congress, but that ho hid s' en that he was I actinofeourrry.
27, YOJOC'B, Lake 1.
under ccriI'IeratJQ. fjr eflcsracy
I : Is uncunstitulional'SCWAMS plan now cun.Lu.iag -
Two Mile
the fatct Rr.ca.
tZe SZit; t'f ('oigrei! : : -- mistaken and now recommended the Judgo as I 29. Fort Biaden.i BOSTON',Col.Ja-Thompson's run track; in Marjlan? prra| titu-Ja aid sa'etj, M reatured.- p

r.tfci for ttresiujj.ion ofLp n.! sou-j Co FIIOAL*. Fi \., ( the proper man for Congress, that he saw i! 3L1, Jteks r,', Bluff. ever H Kl orer two aions in Virginia, and ill his Collifferf Balance due from n; ents. oroSerjige from in'J- .,
aid for him. and he L. C. DEMILLY, pendent cantributf'nv are ti lw vj.t by draft, payaU
rc'ise.5 Ir nnr one is i in no did nor r any reason why he could not support TF.RM3lO: for the Season, $15 insu-ed. tie to the ctiler eftfic Trtfanrr' nusnit'gttmifaHonal
FE11znr'i;r. thi? vacjV;!, j* is Mr. Elite? Forlliyi end Journal.LVar Mo-icv iti either to be demanded sbonld! the Monument .ccvy.! enclosed in a letter to tl< tiiderailed. .
a rr.n-"i nf { pr-t.e1' supported.M ; TAKE NOTICE-Wla-i r..t nt the precincts Bv crier -.
?.vri, i Ld r b hardly ra>i-l-le to fir.riosi Sir: 'Jr.Jcrstandir.g: thai ir isbelieve >*sr ; in each case to the Groom
> that he .vorid advoratc a JIOMCV obecaonaile : in some p.iiis of our State that I have attached ;'eil tbo poor-It', but tin.e and space Barnard. C. L. D. F'r further icfotcatioD apple to the pr.becnber. Julv 5-dlf Secretary. W. N. M. S.
13 185f. ,7-tf
; .: to :he nan who is :.t OPCC bothJiis i nr-i=elf to the Know Nothing" party will not allow iiie to say marc than that Jack- Svpt n. n. BROWS. 4 '
is to a largo Democratic Quincy. Flft August 20. 1 SSf. 35-2ii Havana Cigars :
now Mire give
r-on coij'itv Stockholders
Notice to the of the ,
pcrecnal tnond, and his candidate for tl e I n&lc leave (through your paper) to set myself -

I Presidency, But upon this subject of the ; riahr.; I am not a member of, never have mijoritv. JACKSON. Pen. & Geo. R. R. Co. Just Received JUST cgars.received Call per and R. H.try Gamble tLemMcDOUOALL 000. beat qoal

prohibition ('slavery in the territories, we ; been, nor do I ever expect{ to join that organization
can ascertain' Mr. Fiilnicre'a opinion fiomiucti' whose one idea," like Jill the JACKSON COUNTY, Si-pL 3, IRTiC.Mr. PER WILLIAM R. PETTISt August 2. 16. 31 :

: >r quart' In 165I, \\hilPrtFiJent] : rest of the "isms" North .ind South, is to I II :. CnrroR-Li;t Saturday w> Judue Hawkins i Oni orins PEN. & GEO. R. R. Co. ) fJLU\ 3 HIID3." Shouldcr Clear Si.U, Lake Jackson, Ha., Plants- ,.

. Mr. Fillmoro with liis cabTnct made a tour I break down the Democracy of tho United addrecti:l ih-* people of CamplK-lton lie I Tallfthnespc, Sept. 8th, 856. ) I prime Sugar tion For Sale. ,- -
"OTICE ia hereby given tl.1t an instalment of 10 1 Choice "
ihsough New York. Mr. Webster35 separated States. I alT now, ever have boon, and < ver rnado one uf the finest sjifechc" ever mack? in _:. per cent has been called in on the subscription : i:: Tierces Sugar Cure: lii.rnt. IF not prfcTiouV.T dupcacd of.will be suU, on the '

fron the ballancf, l l'v the illness! o! his export to remain, a Democrat ; and, sir, if this county, it tOLl well with the peoj-le several ; to the Capital Stock of the Peniacola and Georgia 2 Lard, i first Tuesday n CEM"3ER next, at the CourtHouse t
Railroad r.t the Office of the Com 1 Oil. door in the div of Tallalu,s e. .Twstj-two
At Mr. lillmore! made I ever I was really proud of the position: occnpfrd genth men who heretofore; wcie advocating Company payable j
son. Albany a speech pany. on the first day of October nxt.F. 25 Bbls. Extra Family Flour i Hundred sad F"urAcfee- of best quality. OAK apd
cndorfcirg befcie hand all that Mr. Webster by the Democracy of the now, when nil the panics of the North, \\ith Tht of the best Cotton Plantstioni
arvldoctri' 5 it with the old ;
might say"o t :he git-r.t qui iio.is of the d.-.v. the Know Nrvhiisgs in ths Sout'p, are arrnyui.igaiiit synomymons Whig party For Sale for CASH, by in Middle Floiida; about or'e-fialf clmrod sad 4

In a f]p2' ch at Bufl'.ilrt! Mr. Wtbfeter ai-t ; il. I bvlleve the time is now come rer.'Uly! gave in and will now support Notice. R. H BERRY. under fence the remainder in xroodi.
Au 16, ;. 33 The iniprovemca'a consist of a cvmfortabla Duell 4
whn who has of Democracy tlie Democratic ticket throughout. The ;
i.-ounced that the PitEJJer. ] Iiiin elf every man a park aft
n" eiiJertairied month after date, I will exhibit my accounts ing and necessa-y pot buildings ; a good Orerseer's -
C'mmonies on the Cctitpnjmiseiieisurc6 : about him should c'-ne out upon the Jndsp h? fli.i hed his canvass in tl.5-> county, SIX vouchers to the Judge if I'robitte of Gads. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. hons Gin Hou'ie, Screw Stables, C >rn Louse*, ft

side ci hint national parfvvhn e mcmriers : dr acl-nmi-tiator, ia of wife of and twen'y negro cnbins, aHliaine4 boJldicgs, ocd ia "5
of 1850. For the truth r.f tie arvl did' it weil. We row have no doubt of f>tnty. as 'nlit fry n HE pirtDM-sbin heretcfire ciHting between JohaJL
trst speak the sr.mo languge nM o *er the Union, the estate of Join Ingrani late of eaid county deceased F. Broom* aud Rebel Heir ia the pighioif sto- good repair.
assertion Mr. DoncJson] tho ;tnciican can
Even :tie: opposition are g'.vi'ig!': it But tljir'i from the administration t;f sai-1 estate. mutual consent. BROOMS Mr. Richard Saucders. on tie place. Pot
Constitution I
date for Vice Pie>!dent, will be EtiiHcIfnt ::u.1lnritv. as it is. Then-fore, if np. LEWIS S. JONES. Adm'r. ters. t?., RfWiesj the subscribfr.at Bmella. Colucatia -

Here i is whM he faid if :t.Frotfc ; have a friend who has left us and joined any few of the ailvocat a of Kow:: Nolhlngism} In right ct! h'wife.. "Auguot 11. 181(6 3S couutv Ga. -

ether party I beseech that friend to return have ar.2ho1) ii: this couity.: They have; S. pt. 13, 1S56. G7CraAREVrARD JOHN'S wniTZHEAD, .
the Vailiiagtca ITtiiin. Ma ?, 1551..Ifr. New Co-Partnersaip. Astrist S. I3r$ tda-81 ExecuU/f. Ac.Hotice. ..
and go with us in sustaining our principles not yet been able to fill their ticket for the _- -_ _ _
irttifr Speaks for Mr. I'i.i'Zmore. by supporting our standard-bearers. Wi- 5oo REWARD. HEIR AND JOHN P. COLFsl. Tc thl, .
1 ? of their nominees has ROBERT _
It is evident from the short! extracts (from have labored together, shoulder to phoulder, Legislature only one t a partnt-rship in the bug'neja cf .
.- of Five Sliunlrod Dollars arid cllio and slsu mal. .:: tpitlv giver. th it trill b-s -
cotton to
: Hppucatwn
consented the other two eichuig. son ? e ,
!hi' to run, declining.Our NOTICE
: Rc-r.i-llic aid! Mr. FillunVd in banner in day, Wh\
: speech at upholding our past. i citiitus Tallaliarsea fir .
I i tLo Gerierul Assembly
suijdiy > iiot-ial aJ .inre? o:, rult>n neat to their tc.ra.hEIR to of Fk-rida ati jt
\5birnJ) t..at! IVtsi! p t r"iIJ.onro ;;!"! Mr. should we ru)t. do it now ? Democracy i is candidates are not able to travel owing 4 th* apprehension with prtof eufllcicu' to conv.'ct: A COLE3.Anut i i.t aext e..ei'C, Jr a chs.rtiT tjt a Rail It-wJ from

U -bstfr Ftsnd cu the -imc platfurm, rind tits? Rime, the assertion of its opponents to the to the late storm, which has blocked up the I the pcr'Hm or persons, \v-Lo maliciously fired the l4. 1S56. b? M. nl.-elij Fix t: the Ge-rgih lire in tbi direct bo of <0
Rail Road building, on Tucs Jay morning the 2nd in TLonJaeTiliw Gi r To be Calicil the Moolicello taJ -
tJiat? it vr.i not: without ai.ij.le it-flfction and : contrary notwithstanding.Verv ) --- -
road and overflowed the county ; therefore I stant. W. E. DA\ELLY, Agent. TcanassiUe Rail Road conspscj.A i
careful preparation of vieivp that the resppctfullv, vourr Plantation Goods.
common the Democratic appointment* for the Tallahassee, Sep. 6, '56. S6-3t [Sent. Copy. iju t 2, Sf5. SIFRF8H Jj
csident endowed beforehand all that Mr. KOBERT BROWN, SK. 13ain .

: \Vobstor xvould say .it iiufijlo. Albany, and Dr. JASS.. JONES, West are delayed for a week or more. But and Sale Stable. GUXNV Rope. GARDEN SEEDS' {

New'Yoik. Aspier.ti'i expounding whigery Tallahassee, Fin. the Roads will goon be opened again, and Livery Cut Naill. all dtZs. GROWTH OF: 1858.RUTA '*J JI

;; :.$> he i is the constitution, .Mr. Web<=trra West Florida will give a larger Democratic I r undersigned givsno- Cotton Wrought Nails, 6. 8. fc it'. &.a. Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Bef sti
JL tice. that he has 0naburgs. .
purchased received, k>
from Wall. just
4ecteJ make Letter
f to the Judge
up argument 0:1v.hich : majority) in October than either the Middle, __ the Livery Stable of. _ Cotton Yarns. AMES & LIVELY.
bis party desires to obtain from the William II. Newsom in Tallahassee logger! with the Low priced Tobacco. Jjntmr. ir,5- 1.
,e.pe! another vuuict continuing this adrniniMration BAY PORT, FLA., Aug. 2fi, 1650.Mr. Fast or South._ _JACKSON. t good will of the establifcbment.? and that he is now Thonrmaton Lime,

in power. EJi'or-Jnsfice to myself and friends prepared to carry on the busi-icss n all us btancheami -*, I Potash-a superior article for making soap. iii Leon Circuit Court. To-Foil Term 1856;
Later from Kaiisas
At DaflUv Mr. Wc-bslc-r that I should notice) the unauthorized promises the p-blic with good accomm dations ALSOA Rufus S. Hning, ) AUBcJim-tt for 2W 10100T'
of Mr. requires
rig NEW YORE 4. Gen AtchUctn has iLl his line on reasonable term. I
Know Sept. a smill lot of Summer Chthinu wliich wa are sell > aoiua'.t o'f Dbt SWOrn t* j
the late
'or liberty taken with my name by force of fifteen hundred men under his command RICHARD SAUNDERS. ing at reduce.! prices. G. i J. MEGINN1S3. Wil'iam' G. GsAios. ) Betid-for 1181.npIIE .

lie; Inoif him end all his relations Nothing Convention held at Tallahassee, in and is prepaied to attack Lawrence >. B J.imes T Herring is uy duly authorized Aug. 16, 1856. S3-Ct Difandau' and all tethers u-ere-te3 are b ercL -
both! ,
ahd has eniiie control of the business,
the K.'N. tic-krt ngent repre
I placing me on a* County by notified of the institution of the above ecti-
j.vttic end ;vtY<7V, and il wouU be lad laitcin Elector for Hernando county. It surprised first.SEPT. seating me as fully as if I was personally prwent. Notice.YOUNG ted! suit by attacbmeut. and are hereby required to ii
5. It inm ired that bnflle has RICHARD SAUXDERS. ,
: a l to the d.'clirallon fiUd
tn< plead jn the
t- me ta tay anything of him thai I me to see name thus placed. I have been rppcat csae
ercrpt my Sep. 6. 1856. 36 4 GENTLEMAN fiom nell
: been fought on the O.-sawattornie, in which Virginia w ithin three months from ttis date| as required by 2.
irzsh to say with imrhns'is, that, since my .1 member of the Democratic party all my the Abo'itiotiists hflve been muted, with a jTJL gruuttJecI in Mathematics with a god knowledge law G. It WALKER. ) .
life, and t-ce no reason why I should abandon of Louisiana. of Theoretrical Surveying find Engineering. D. W. OWTSN. f Atty's for 11ff.
tvnnexwn z1iL1im in the administration of loss of 25 killed. Five pro-slavery men were I University S
Wight's obtain situation in
Southern t> a un Engineering Corpsor 185g.
its princIples, as 1 think any man or July l. 29-3m
t ._ ,
thf wounded. awatiomie was then burned.A MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. the South.If .
gcicr.'imenl of the United Slates, I hare Floridian can be perfectly satisfied with the survpjipjj party in
unsuccessful in this he will accept of a situation !
fully concurred with him in all his great andialinq platform of the Cincinnati Convention. I Valuable Medicine rt HE Annual Course Lecture in this P pirfnwitJL as tu'r.r | rovideu a healthy location and sufficient | FLORIDA rnSTiTu

measures. This might be inferred have never joined the Know Nothing party, Family will commence on MONDAY, Noretib 17tb. s'lhrry: can be otlairnd He will furnish the highest i W. Y. PETT0NA.M.Fresldent; 4--
'- So celebrated has Dr. ll'Lane'e 1856, and will terminate in the ensuing March. testimonial of character i evidences of I
had affiliation with it, and never expect :: an qualification
from the that I have or any Medi (ASSISTED JT Ccutreitsr Ptoraeaoa)
f Practice of
fact, one of his James Jouee, M. D, Professor <
for the brunches with Latin Greek i
teaching ,
: English ,
to. I therefore writa to place myself prepared by Fleming Bros, of Pittsburg Pu, become, n'HE exercises of this Institution
I cine..T. will b. momed -
wdincry advisers. But I d<3 nt want to let I Ac. from D M. Harrison. A. M. from University cf t -
before my friends in my proper position as a thct.it 13 regarded na the ool) specific cur for worms L. Riddle, M. D.. Professor of Chernistiy. Virginia, John Carrv A. II.. U. V., fcc, by aHdrewing 1 on Monday the 6th day of October. next, at 0 !i -
it rest on thai j.-tumpion. fyc.He member of the Democratic party. Families &Lould never be n-ithouta supply of it At Warren Stone M. D.. Professor of Surgery.A. I H. M. DILLARD. Lynchburg, Vn. o'clock. A. M.
: H Canes, M. D, Professor of Obstetrics.. It is important bat StuJehU entering t&en bovd
goes on to declare that Mr. FillfijoVsies Your obfdimt servint, this Fpuson p.irticulnrlv.! hpnvorms are so troublesome Aug. 16. 1S5C. 3S-5t
Gustavus A. Nott, M. D., Professor Muteria Medica. be present on the first day .of the sessioo.
\ on the great question of iht5ms ire PERRY G. WALL. and fnqntntly ktal among children, parents The COILCCUTX Dn-Aat xxr embrace a full and

', his views and adds: all these principles arc 'h'ulJ >)ti watfhful ; nutl on the firct nppearauco ofth'jic J. C. P. WederHtrandt. II. I), Professor of Anatomy. NoticeIS entire course of Ancient LaruagssMsthematkg and I

M.tILtNNA, J.tcxsos; Co., AH::. 29. di.treisti: synijjtoDii which warn us .f the ir j Thomas Hunt, M. D., Professor of Physiology and Path hereby given that application will bo inada io the the usual E'glish-branebea Uoghi i ia'SoutLera Colleges. -
ny principles, and if he is in them I The is
wiring -'lgv.1 Labratory StfppheJ a new and
ciw, nt otj-'ti the
notice ap| )
On the 23 iii'-t. to pre
according I Dcmonstrntrr of splendid set of witb
D. ClurU.
am and always shall be. U'e confluent tlutt it oa re.j-irw u Gilbert S.rrnCe, 1 M. Anatomy. : next Session for a charter for a Rail Road, from the Apparatus Mspe, Ac.
citizens of to the CourtHouse are y ) The rooms for Dissecting! will be open on the third The FBCTAEATO DCTAKTXKKT will embrace all
our county c.nino Town i f Quincy or its viid'ity, to the Ger-..1in i-i
Here then we have Mr. Fillmore endorsing trial, to ci-KViT.cc all that it rwhly merits the praises Mmiil-n in October. : t'-P' itu-li'i tauclt iu H-gb Schools and Acadettri- ..-
I the direction of B linbridge. Ge-'rpa to be c:1r1
Mr. Webster, and Mr. Webster endorsing in good numbers ; both parties turning that bve been lavishc'l upoa it It- is safe aud infallible TbeVnculty *re visiting Physicians and Surgeons the QuineT 50(1 J Baiubrulgs Rail Rnaii.Aig. Grsit: attention paid to thl metal, and tnd-xl ot .4Stu.d.nti.

Mr. Fillmore. Mr. Andrew Jackson Donel- : out well. C0!. M3'iick opened with a ; Volumes ofcertifieattVcaa be p.oduced,showing from cftbe November Ch.iiitv Hospi'al to ApnL, and i attend thid institution 16", 1656. SJ-Sa .. _
long cornpljiint because the Democrat5, he its greftt meilitRl viitues. I the Professors in their TERM: 1
son ceitifies that it is of I The Students accompany
a true staterm-nt The Tuit:>D Ftrefor the Hiyer Brancb |I l4 00
said, were in a bad fix, Mid had called to I'dicluRprs will be careful to ask torUn.. 11'LASK" Mails, nnd. free of expcise, c'-j'iy extraordinary praclical MEDICAL NOTICEDDrs. For the Comitcri vBrttrthe '
fact Mr. Webster's opinions become a Eug'.i *. 5 E 00
their l.t-lp he old wKcel-lutr Gen. Miltcn Ccr.HMiATLD ViaaiFi/oE, manufaciured, by advantages.Theienre Contingent Lxpcitiet. i 00
trailer of great importance as being a tTUindexcmf ? FI.EMINO BROS of J'ttli-lurg, Pa. All other Ver.mifuge during (the season about eight bunuifd Taylor&Maxwell I Board cua be obtained in" life city at rftwJoraU rates.Payable .
who was to fo'low him. Also that Mr. persons prescribed for daily. "
thncs of Mr. Fillajore. In that saraefpcecL ii are \rortLlena. Ir.I ) -il'Lane agcnuioc the Course lectnres will be delivered oarterly in adtaaae. !
: coiriparison Preliminary to formed a offer their
co-partnership er-
Campbell! had said :shat he wishes him to go HAVING For a &.lttoue.or nrthr hfr i1tton. addrtw D.
Dutr1 Mr. \Vbster nnuoutirep his I Ver'nifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills daily in the Amphitheatre of the H'pital. from the public of TaiLthaetee, sad iu vm-I B. Clayton..Awistant, TallJjam*, F"August -
to Perifcftcola and tell the Catholic's thnt their the fiist Monday iu November, on Clinical Medicine cinity.Tallahassee..
potc la this language. I con'crjl and i can now be had at reapectable Di ug Stoi es. jVuij f 2.1S5g. 14t -
better than ar/1 and Surgery Auscultation and PeiciusioD and ttber Aug. 9, 1S8. 32 Sent,copy
religion was no ro religion
hare alircys con.'cnacd, that, after the adoption genuine without the itynatvreof 84 subjects, without any charge to yttfdenta. A Plantation for Sale
; said that if his Lu-inets would permit, hoCf FLEMING BROS. THOMAS HUNT, M. D. Dean. NEW BOOKS.

cflhe Ccxslilidii'n, any measure of the >ulu: to the txlieirjpVtst and howyf SolJ at all "f th' Iiiig Stores in Tallahassee s.nd The Administration of the Charity Host ital elect rfsat undersigned *ill Ajl at p*+rat, ui...
Government( calculated to bring more slave go I in town in the Scuth.I annually, in April, fourteen Resident Stddents, who JUST RECEIVED per R. H. Gamble an aMort- 1 very desirable phntatkm. ten asSo JfortbEa
: gtc them Catholic's f.r.fl trr.kc them, believe y one agent every tTEIBUlE are tij&iutained by the institution. cf new publications, comprising Novels, .t of i allahas**e, eontauring (nor Hundred tarn of

territory into the United State, vas beyond, i thnt he was the best friend! they had on I r=- __ Sep. 6, 1858. 36 1 ales. Travels, &e.I excellent 0 Tc and Hiekofj'and! pint laud;-On bua- -
t\e power of the constitution, end against its OF BESPECT. I Miss Murray's' United States. dred and fifty cf wbieh ia wider cntfr ikw. -
t earth. Savannah Medioal College. The Complete Works oi WaUter and Calboro, There arson tha premises tt'comforttoU dss1Ths
provisions* That is my opinion, and it altsays DIED on the 22d August, in the 27th year of his A Child's History of the United Sttes. bouse and cot becaec. wit&
Gen. Milton replied in a speech of an hoar COLUMBUS Y.JOIINSOX.VuEKias txwewry iw* in
has, been my opinion." age regular course of Lectures in this Institution Shnm'a EwUw, house and CT. w./:Jirtt rat* wall water end rood -4
in his usual interesting way ; and I must say \ it hnth pleased an aU.rullngpiovidence to THE commence on tbe first MONDAY in November I The Bush Boys, health enjoyed on the pb* r For t. of -
In no.Tthcr.Rari of the same speech, he says: here that he was a little more eloquent than remove from among us this worthy member of the net, and be continued for four Monti James' ** O d Domiuifn.1 to the stibtcribed, reti&mr on sb..DAWIEL.rnf apply

And,forgone, vhatctcr may be said at the usual csufing'the bon and fcincw to feel every Florida Riflemen. A regular mealing wa called R1. D. Arnold, M. D., Prof. Theory and Practice of Tbe Forgra.Bulwet -. 'L aouc
. word ho said and give rent to their unbounded to draft resolutions, and the following were proposed Medicine.P. and Dickens in pnpr Syrac&sc contention? or"ai any other assemblage and adopted : M. Kolloclc, M. D, Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases Learning to talk" and Learning to (llnlc," -

vf insane persons;I never would con- spplnnse and instil new life in every Resolved That in lie loss of Private Johnson, of Woman and Children.W. .I Rogers' table Talk .T !
one that heard him. The Know Nothings the Company has been deprived of i valuable member G. Bulloch, M. D, Prdf. Principles and Practiwcf Ernest Linwood..Give ty.Money.i! .

teat,.tsid nccer June contented, that there sneaked out and the Democrats shouted. who labored to advance their interest, increase : Sargety.J. I ns a call. iloDOUGALL & HOBBY. WANT'g- I

.. shottd peo oni'foot of glove territory,beyond He said that ai! that induced the K. N. Elector their numbers, and secure their permanent*. < O. Howard, M, P, Prot of Anatomy. August 2, 1856. 81 i -
Bftolvtd. 2. That the Company deeply sympathtc Institutes of MaHicire. 4 ., -
H Martin. M. D.. Prol. OA3ESRibh
'fJdjhirte'en Stales had fllthe time of of the route to keep off of the Cincinnati bad and that In the Circuit Court .J e -- ,
with his relations in this affliction a copy J. B. Read, M. D, Prof. Mat-Medica.. and M.d. Jprwprudeneo. ofjefisncn Cctinly, .
OJtW Vnutn Never ffeter. platform wai Van Raren-that old fox was of thee resolutions be cent to the family of thc aecensed. S SbctlIer,. \ I -
Margaret In Chsa'corj.TS. .
some at honey fuggling himself; and Jack Joseph Jones, M. D., Prof of Medical Cbemulry.Jos )I S Refizis., I
la.his the 7ih :March 1850 !! .- .
epfeecte of < cJircretl'ia HENRY 4 JoU* .
F1TTS. of Anatomy.J. 4P0tV'
I was fearful Van would honey higgle him :J. West. M. D. Demonstrator George 8. Acuear. ) Bill for dirorw. -
:.tlleSvnatohe uses this Ungoage juat a* bo would the Catholic. Gen. Milton PRESTON TATUM, V Can.ALFRED' n.: Howard, M. D, Daan of the Fatuity.Sep.6.1856' $ 2 Tiwccs S.C.'Hamv- -t-
2-BbULa d : : .. -
HOBBY, ) 86 appearing in the Oocrt satisfactory -: :i -
upon prfthat .
**sir; vhsmer there is a rjlstantioc good tote Paul that ho had not desired to enter again into'political IT the defootlant in thai above stated ease re 51.ga" -

done, tdifrefer there it afoot of land to be life, but Ise bad-been repreeented Notice. aides beyond the liroiia of.tha Stat 01| Floridx so that t 1OBb1s.Wbh __ '

t as haviiig'rt'pudtuted his old paty and! standing Wood Ware &c. the ordinary prooew canart be served upon him. It *
Prcvrzeedfrorn becoming glare territory, I am with one foot 60" apd lie was determined ALL notices are cautioned againi't trading for a is ordera-1 that iiaid cause ba set for bearing on the a -._ -

ready to assent 'the principle ofths exclusion that ba'u'ua *, ) JUST RECEIVED, PER "REMINGTON" pvrn by mi to James R. Tnoker, dated seeortd STotiday in November next, and that sMd de 4 d
fchow 4emricrat'mndilwnysbad -
to "
firft ApriU 185*. for $810, payable first aouiry fendant do appear and plead answer, or d oiiir by .
oftlavfTy. :"I eunjtcd'ged to'it from the year been aod was determined (o stand with From New York : 1 &57, as the consideration tor said note keying failed. that Urut, oiherwise. said cause -wjll! he .tried ob tb. S -' ,

1837; Iftacejtccn- pledged to tl again and both feet tLc.Cificitmoii; plalfofm, It euJ- EDARTubs. ShaVer Brootue.Piinted I will not pay the sum pnl u require by* Uw. ,All fasts charged ia said Bill Pr Hed, That a copy of 200 $* -
ted hint dpi! the caodtcUiies'BtuUst 'lum, and C. : WirwHoopd pcnoiu: are also cautioned agemft traduig for a note tins order be published injooje newspaper at TaUt-
; and.IWfrfirm tfatf pledgn. becfiuftoBe, hail! turoed biacrtiirp'sttetrtion to Oo>ton Lines, mrenby'sseto Wm. Budo. jpayable January 1857, bawee, for the space of three utontbs nxt before mid --

:w fltt raatfih flats PaiU. Cotton nope, L tor $ISOO. aa the consfderatlon thereof havii'5 failed second Monday Don* wd passed at Cbatabert. this
ttrrg;, lie1i4d*** *?;wn** reprc-scnted na being' Wnth Didi.! Bhcbinj! ;. or partially faHed, I will jraitt tha piviro't thsr.f UthJalr, 185 I j-, $ $ -
tiypoffrite, the diaQ'.ctetl.'ll.elcrJer. rcr' ll>T It. H. BERRY ROBERT II MOTW J ;.r\YL 3 1ArTR: T'kr, ese en -. s..R.: t4t site-

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I' NEWC0OD BAILIJE 1WBITAKEB, TOTJ'DOOERTIFYthat Important to Hoflsekeepers, Lacour's-Improved Process, VIcMoLANE'S

For manufacturing Liquors, Cordial, Lifer rescin, .
General Commission JIercbant In _M year 1854, 1 riIted FARMERS AND FRUIT GROJRS.Arthur's Be wages,.Vroegar..Bitters, Syrnpe, ,e CLf3a.tBp' ,
JOM at Oriffln. Ga. lot Jhepnrpose'of
PRATO-RIOUS tORT Essences,Wine, io.
NEW FLA. obtaining relUf of a very painful and dlstressing YERMIFTJGE
I MERCHANT TAILOR CAKCM of the nose and eye. My nose was ..
purchased the interest of Mr. THOMAS AD
.. FEB. 3AZ.L05AN :
HAVING all before I visited the Doctor Patent Air-Tight
((of tbe late firm of RICHAHD & entirely gone besides '-
Hade OUTLAY o'f*2 will furnish the forconverting
Dealer la Ready
Clothing andGentlemen's ulceration cheek and about apparatus LIVERPILL'S.Two
a deep on
; tery my myeye.
tender friends and Pruitt and Tomn- .
WHTTAzra.) to onr the public : FrrA
preserving : end Water Into the
I and to that Or. Mo Whiskey strongest _
am happy CANS
proud say ly
Furnishing Goods oar aervWt te the Storing, Brrylng. ScIlingR.eeithg Winter U '. This article aoeztensirely -
did relieve me, and had it not bwn .form having to Vinegar in 36 tours, at a cost of two to three cent* oT the best ?
t ____ ; 'r.tauo..a of th
4 1, .and Forwarding of Cotton and Merchandize. QMd in the LeeS and Northern States last season. Aa>.
To our friends and pntmns we retnrn, onreJnoere expose myf>e1f to very extreme cold, bad weatW,, I -will be introJnwd to the citlteot of TaIlaha M and per gallon.
vessels for this
i do believe that I would have bad no return of the -The only necessary purpose are
thanks, for thv patn>m.gc heretofore extended n and diseane. I visited the Docfr a second tims lBd ht nrronDding eoantry by the undersigned who baa E
: SPRING AND SUMMER bip.e. by our attention to their interest, in future to relieved me again; and M far as the Tarkra, Teports the exehuire right to mannfactnrt In this Tio !mry for they art filled, for the purpose of tasking- Vinegar,
merit continuance of Ih tb. It 1 ia to call and mended .
a aam.p. only
cnrning season. nettMary can be found ia of the crests of AiDtnc as Universal
about the Doctor's ininring or failing to relieve any
CLOTHS AND C ASSIMERBS; x. BAILLIE, FLETCHER WBITAKER. fafs! Aa Dr. examine these articles and the recommendations of Persona without the sligbteertoxrwledge of this hue
are positively Moseley'sskill
New Port Fhx 1st 1858. they the who hava used them to be convinced that
July persona lures led into the of Cure-alls but
AM now receiving an extensive assortment of in the Treatment of Cancers, 1 know of no Physician are imperceptibly process mann simply for
the best most simple! and economical article ,
I they are ,
White in the world that I would sooner rely than future, which is by no means complicated.
Cloths Cassimerea d'Eto. on
and Vesting.White Drap and Mar gAB Having dispofpd of my interest in the late him. As a SURGEONand YSICIAN.he is equal for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can This work is to be found at No. CO) Camp street what their
Brown Fancy Uaens. Figured firm of Richardson t WMtaker, to Messrs. Baillie A b need the most nnekilful -without the name .
< by person and at.the book store No. 46 St. Charles street pur
seules, all of which t am prepared to male up on to anv in the Southern States ; and I am happy to oppo
Whitaker. would tender thanks t/> friends cud slightest rirk'of failure.t' .
my my site the St Charles Hotel Price 2
f This
that I found him to be a and per .
aud perfect gentleman copy.
short notiM in the most fashionable styles on rea my
fir their former kind.iei and confidently Prlrchrtsers rupplied with a circular containing ports.
pitrous recommend Philanthropist, and advise all afflicted with are nmount (two dollars) can be sent pvr mail in gold!
souable trmi. persons
to their favour and support my successors full and reliable Directions lor putt ing up fruits and the work sent retuA mail
Cunrer, to visit the DOCTOR a* s'wn ns possible and per purcluusrvznnst en The
ALSOA in business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole fof
have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. process close 20 cents in stamps to pre pay and Register the ,
1856. 80THOMAS within the reach of housekeeper.A .
26. conveniently
LAKttC AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF July Rome. August SOth, 1855. every Book. Address
Urge supply of these Cans will be constantly kent HENRY WALTER & CO expelling Worms from
READY-MADE CLOTHING 82f: Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my ,
themselves should
in store. Persons wishing to supply
) WHITE THOMAS PERRY Post Master. New Orleans, La.
Ooosifcting in part of Cashmerette Frock and Sack, I presence.. Rome, August 80th, 1856. apply immediately, as the fruit season rs near at hand. 5 The great value of this work Las been suffi the human- system has
Colored! Frock and Sjck. d'Eto Fr ck. All Cans sold raac'e the undersigned find ,
ore by war
.Fancy Unp iu book
1 TANUFACTURER Copper and Sheet Iron ciently proved by adoption as a text by th* ,
Sick and Business. A'pncca' Sack and Business. White JLYJL"jl ranted safe. WJI. P. SLUSSER. various manufacturers of the of New York also been administered
Ware and de tier in all kinds of Plain and Fancy Awful Case of Cancer Cured. liquor city
Brown and Linen Coats. Black D.- i'Ete and May 81, 1856. 22
Fancy tp
Tin %Wares takfs io the citizens!
Linen THIS is to that Col S. H.
Summer Cawimere Pants White nnd Fancy certify Harris of Craw with the
Pants. White and Fancy M-iroeillos Ve!>tp. Fancy and Tallahassee and the sui rounding country, that be ia ford county, came-to me in the year 1851, with a Can Piano Fortes.WE This work will be found to supply the dealer in liquor most satisfactory
to *vait all that winh to
: Plain Silk Vests. Shirt Collars. Cravats. Undershirts, now prepared on putrnnizchim cer an his cliin, of fourteen years standing, the chin- ?, wine vinegar, &., vr Ufa a thorough teacher and results
ia his line of b'jness.; He also tenders his thanks various
Drawers,.Gloves, Hosiery. Ac. bono and salivul: glands had all become very much arc prepared to furnixh Piano guide amid all the varied aud intricate processess of to animaL
to his friends and the for
JOHN PRAETOHIUS.{ public very diseased nod his constitution neatly ruined. Mr. Harris Fortes, of the very best quality, this bu inese.--V. 0. Fi"ivune.
liberal with which he has heretofore been
; April 19. 1856. 16 fkvcnrdrand patronage he that a continuation of tbe came had been u"der the treatment of many eminent upon the most liberal teims. It vere a work supererogation to .praise B bock subject to Worms.
hopes physicians' and among them was the crcat Dr. Shcpard They are second to none i in any country either as of Mons. Lacour's writing. The volume before cj is
will granted him.
of Cha'lestcn, and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall to quality or price. remarkable for iitf completeness and the exact practical The LIVER PILLS for
He wH! Land full of all
constantly keep on supply ,
of Macou. who tieaie-J his caae twice without Lvery Instrument will bewananted. directions which it gives. Old manufacturer* will

I[ line sort of of Ware bueintes.usually A kept full in ajitrntut an establishment ofSheet of I-on.his removing the d-sease. He finally went to Dr. Mar- MILES NASH 4 CO. find all of the old modes entirely superseded. TLe the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -

ball.!! ns he informed, me. the third tune, nnd he refused February, 1856. 8 use of the old formulas would appear as the "foam ol!
Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc. Cistern Pumps, to do anything more for him. Soon after that time folly" in the presence of the new ones suggested m ajl BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

i end tioc.a great many other- articles too numerous to tren- Mr. Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I c; tIiI:1ia. this work. One of the principal object appears to be -

I I had made, and visited me at Griffin as a last reaort. to avoid, as far as posMble. the usti of apparatus ot *
I commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the LUST receivedCOO, OCNCES Slllph QtlfltillC, j jtJ expensive (to the optrntorjnppliarces) of any kind in

Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting Cancer was all removed and the sore nearly healed. FiUT Brand, together with a great variety the manufacture of liquors ic.-Ai-w Tusk 7nez.

1 Pipes ic, all of which he promises to do in the mottworkman This case was seen and witnessed by more than five of pure Chemicals. AMES A LIVELY. This volume contains the art of preparing rind pat &C.Purchasers.

Withdrawal of Lands in like manner and Mjle, and of the best material hundred persons. 1 h-ive the Cancer now in my pos- April 5. 1856. 14 I ting up the whfle list drinkables, from a choice pipe will

on shortest notice and most re.asjnat'le terms 8Heiun, nnd any person can sec it b\ calling at my office of Otanl Dupuy, of the vintage of75 5, to a simple please
Having b"*>n cng-igid for the last eight; in Olive Oil. i iA end economical
years in in Griffin. This case was witnessed bv manner f-f making cider without -
FLORIDAANDALABAMA. I business at this place he thinks it unneceHsary to rej THOMAS JONES of Uriffir. SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re I pies, by fermentation. A friend has applied the up re j be particular to ask for

__ ___ j commend hi-nsc-lf any further to the public as regards Dr. J. D. MARTIN, 2\ ceivedby AMES t LIVELY. : cipe for converting 23 g Jlorm of whiskey into 40 pal I
pursuance of the act entitled An act grnntig j' his cap ibliios: : as .1 *nf cKim**, Kut at the num* tine he ., E. W. WILSON, 'I Aprils. 2866. 14 I lou with the moat satisfactory results. The latter I Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -
IN assmes all that favor him with a call, good wcrk and "F, CRENSHAW docs not
public I IMnds.l in altcnsnte sec ions, to the States of quality possess an equal amouiit tiintoxica
Florida and Alabama t, aid in the construction of j cheap pices.j I do certify that: myself, and many others, of this j Flower Jars. ting properties to the former, tbor.gh the 40 gallons VERMIFUGE and

certain railroads i ia sM States.*' approved 17th May: j Living i eaioved from the old tand formerly. known place, were eye wit.iosses to the above btatcd case, | A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes was of a much finer color! taste, and ctlor-'w Tvrk
j iu While Slur. Jic will be found t his stand corner and that Mr. Harris left well.!! | Mechanic.Th.s LIVER
1853 all tho latida lyins within nfteon miles on each perfectly _t% Just received and for sale by PILLS prepared by
of 200 foot btieet where be will I.e glad to wait ,
"A. much
side of the llowin<; railroads and branch named in H. HATTON. i j AMES'ct LIVELY. talked of book is at hand. It contains a

eaid act, to wit:. From. St. J-hn's liver at Jacksonville on all his friend THOMAS WHITE. Griffin, May, 14, 1S52. j April 5. 1 56.' 14 mass information that is perfectly astonihii.g. and .

t<> the waters of Eecamhia bay. near Pcnsacola; Dec. 1, 1855. 48NEW could only havelxsen acquired from actual observation. I ;

from Amelia Island on the Atlantic to the waters of To the Afflicted of nil Coitdiiions.I Hides Wanted. If you wish to see ingenuity applied,look In cops of ttiSOLE J

Tampa bay.: with a branch to Cedar Key, on the GOODS) Lacour on Liquor. Practicability appears to have been
do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with 7' BEEF HhIES Wanted for whkhtbe
F Gulf of Mexico (except the Tampa bay portion south TOWLE & MYERS a Cancer on my upper lip, which caused me pain in ) highest price will be paid. Also Deer the ascertain design the of results tb< author.of No delays are necessary to j' PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -
an of .
- of junction with the Cedar Key branch ;) and from I describable. After trying the skill of all the most and Otter skins. DAVID WILSON application a reele.Vs -
Peusacola FI[ iiJa to Mntjoni.-rv. Alal ama. have A RE now receiving by recent \ speak ftom actual observatiori.PM/. i Pa. and take
; eminent Physicians that I could hear of, and that Tallahassee, September 29, 1856. S9 j ., no
by instruction fropj this office, been euspeuded from I J \. arrivals from New Yorkafai-h- without relief I and Tim work will revolutionize the pre ?Dt stvle ot !
gave up my case as hopeless, as
and location, until further orders. ionable and well selected stock of manufacturing liquor*.-N ic Yirk Iltrald. other there various
sue I thought with death staring me in the f ce. But fortunately A. B CLARKE | Lacour's book i as are
under ruind the General Land Office for instructing in i he art of making
Given at i
my I Waiclics and Jcxvcliy, ) for me, I heard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's great
at the City of Washington, this twenty-third the treatment of this disease and lat MERCHANT TAILOR and bottling effervescing temperance leverngeg, h- other
of May, 1656. j Coaeting I of Reutlc-meu's go'd hunting levers, ladies success in as a quor wines, and pure vinegar for tbe table, should be preparations now
day i gold levers silver lever, hunting, ancho- lepine and resort, I placed myself under his treatment and in one DEALER rx READY MADE CLOTHING AND in the bands of everv housekeeper in the .
HOS. A. HENDRICKS. Conmiriicntr. | country.The -
'! quarter Watches; Cameo, 31"3aic, Coral and nil gold mouth from the time he comrnened, I was perfectly forbid before the public -
June ?. 1851. 2S GENTLEMEN'S FUKNIHIIING GOODS. copyrights *, or we vould give our readers purporting
bosom pins and earrings, necklaces, gold and jet eros sound, aud have been so ever since. [ this morning, some of the most valuable that

I Notice j ses bosom pins and lockets for hair and dnguerreo- ELIZABETH JINKS. "VTOW receiving at the well known old stand formerly [ ever appeared in priut. How BO much information recipes can to be Vermifuge

cold and hair bracelets a large assoitmentof Butts County, Ga, May27, 184g. J.1 occupied by Clark A Stillman. a general >
-: months afterdate, we will present our account*, j types; ; I be given for two dollars the most astonishing feature
SIX:: to the H"n. JtA.ze of Piobale of 1 fine plain, diamond ruby pearl aud g met, onvx and assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing, Furnish cormected with the book.-A"/tr York Tame,. and Liver Pills. All

Hamilton County. f&r a fioal settlement of the estate cornelian finger rings ; geullemeifs diamond ir.s: ; Ilorrlblo Case of Cancer Cured, ing Goods, Cloth Caesinieres, Vesting, fcc., composed LACOUB. ox LIQCOS.-This is the most complete I

of Stephen Kerh late of eaid County deceased, anj sleeve buttons plaid canieo, onyx ud cornelian ; ai BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY D. in part of the following articles : work on the manufacture of liquors that we ever met- others in comparison
variety of stud, fine gold, vest, fob and guard Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. I ,
aek to be discharged as Executoisof said citate. i great I do that I for afflicted with; it contains an immense number of formulas for
certify was many years bodily Black and Col'd Breasted and
i chains seal?, keys, gold and siver and plucil ca- Single
JAMES GILL. ) v.. pen with Cnncer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the making every variety r-f liquors.winee.cordials, bitters, with Dr. McLANE's are
Business Coats
"* nrd l gold, ulcer and steel spectacles, gold amid sil- ,
WILLIAM BASSET pes. vinegar, Ac The work is subscription
) remedies I coull hear of, but found no relief. I finally U Caaiwuere do. do. do I syrups published by
: Feb.16. 1S56. 7 ver tbiujbles. Fancy ; the subscribers are dealers and of worthless.
R. in the importers
heard of Dr. W. Mosi4eys great success 4' Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, 'i II
Fine Cutlery and Guns. liquors in this city. This alone would speak into
treatment of Cancer affections, and vuited him at Black Doeskin Pant j more
SOOBoxes Mullins Tobacco. !: Dinner and breakfast knives without f. rkn, knives Griffin, and in the course of six weeks he hail the Can I' Fancy and Col'd Cassimer Pants, vor of the reliability of the work than could be otherwise The GENUINE McLane's

: buiectived during the tuonthef September and f.iks in fetts, carvers and steel eingle. fine pocket cer all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted I' B'ack' and Fancy Silk \'et ts, [ said.-JV.: 0. Delta.
rIO shears, scissors and fi. double with the disease to visit him and have their health March 1. 1856. 8-6m
an-1! Octt.ber neiL 4
sorted T'. wcco. At a piu'c !I' .- tlcuic.in: ho poi chased: barroPe-l! Iaiain.itedrteel, and tub twi t guns.com- j restored. He is. beyond all kind of doubt, the most I' ilo. Cn's. do. Cashmeres, Quit Drinking Poisonous Liquors I ILACOUR'S

in New York or any f'tl.tr Northern rr.arket. Many I i li.on guns, shot p<'ucbcs of various pattern" fine and skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. U White Martnilles do. D. B. I PATENT IMPROVED PROCESS Pills can now be had at
5 common powder flasks cleaning rods, Ely'u caps and Cherokee Co., Ja. EMANUEL DOMINOAS. ALSO /
bav tried it rei.' ":< tf ie ?nd expressed theoelvfa -
i wad, wad cuttcrfe, and materials fur gunsmiths. REFERENCES-Dr. J. D. Martin, Griffin, Gn.; Dr. J.Y. For making all kinds of
I satisfied f>f the fjct. l-t others d'> the same. To the A fine .i ortment of Shirts.Collars. Cravats, Black, ail respectable Drug
trade T>artiouarlv I refer. Time given on Lnt Silver and Plated Ware. M. Pui-ket, Harris county, Tens ; Grccr Bishop, White and Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting j Liquors and Vinegar.

D. LADD. i: Sihvr table, deecit! and tea spoons s-ilver folks. soup Giiffiu; Ga.Scirihus. Stock Cotton aud Merino Undershirt. Jeans, JNSTANTLY, bv the use of Lacocr' Essential i Stores.
Newpoit July 5. 1S56. 27 aa-l en am ladles, butter and pickle knives patednd I Drawer-. Blown, FaIIcV. Cotton arid Lisle Tmead } ] -
; ftnks fepocns, \\mterb, casN/rn. cake and fruit banclcctni Breast can be Cured. Hose. White and Colored Cambric II tndkeirhiefr. all i ij These Oils are obtained byDUtillationat the Chem FLEMING BRO'S

Circular Saw Mill Agency. kt-t. plated tea hct8. hnd commuuiun aer*ice, i LET THE PUBLIC READ i iI.s of which are offered to the public on reifonable! terms I ical Laboratory (parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lacour, ,

'I "HE undersigned has the acer.cy f>r tLe f-a'e ofJL : butter, fcugar. and l rro.iai dishee fhm.ber and parlor: nn-rcv to this afflicted, and the gratitude and high an-1 warranted: as good us offtrcd in this Mcrke'.- Author ofLacuur's Chemical Analysis' Lacour'a Cbs m- '# 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.

** W. Uerrick's Improved Circular Saw MiliS.1cousistinar I canilletieka, salt cellars, briquet hi-ldcrs, card and t tbaekds opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELKY ai a Surgeon i| C &e.LACOURS. -
of three t-izi-s for 42. 43 al i2 >r o4 iucLSaws. )wer and biittaunia ware.I and Physician, I deem it my duty t<,meuli<>n the case j I November 10, 1855. 45 j OIL OF COGNAC
converts neutral SCOVIL.fr MEAD.Nc. .
I The Circulars: sue !wtdedly the bct-t in UBC, I Iflisr.pllmicons .i It ides. of wife hoping at the Mime time that nil >
'. rny prrsmis Joseph Williams, ) In Leon Circuit Ccuit. spirit[ to ft superior imitation Imported Brandies 111. Charters St. New Orleans,
bavju s-everal the j ji
olber Patent iu iiiiprovt-mints ii.-e. TI.e tut over it, abojt Pige"f: ff or f 35 anY< '< Ladies 'eticuleH, siicholc} work boxes, pearl Berlin j similarly afflicted may I Is! beneh'tU-d by it. In the i ve. '> Bill for Divcrcc. viz: Otard, Saizetac, Marett Cognac, Poultnev, Seg-? General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, t?.
> I. \ first of this wife had several -mall !
iron, an morocco poit m-maies, pfarl card cases, coj j part year r.iy lumps Isley Williams. j nelee United Vineyard Properties. Cnitilhon.and Lon- whom all or Jess must be addressed.
v.'ri-'is i J
and f-c
?450 z' s.ncet'r'ln'MofxtracairiaLp] r.i! bea h, coral n ck'ttcoand armlets! jet braci-ltti, to make their appearance in her breast ; they cmtinued Deck Brandies. The will E. Jr Mll
ion Liquors haw full fruity Sold by Ames d Lively. Barnaul. e
Ac For fui ther ., the satisfaction of the Court nf-
; piticil.s aj2 lo TT appearing t by
increase size until the whole breast I became j
recklaces: and *n p ii I j'i. na-l] >ii!irings, ha'rai.tj! Utah to in :' flavor and a beautiful sparkling color. Common Nash & Co.. Tallahassee Fla.; J. S. 31. Davison.
!DANIEL LADD. | fiJavit. that the Defendant I rrS'de |
I lrimbe. bitv: ,.!-s. b'itTilo, imii.i, i oLIr a cit-atl nias, and very painful.! I prociirrd the leyVilliimi. Rectified will be
Whiskey charged, bv the use of the i Quincy Gsrdaerd Milla. Newport W. T. Carpenter
Newport, Fla- November 3. 15. 44 of I beyond the jurisdiction of the Court, und is not aa in- ; ;
b"st eJicil aid tlin Rome and vit'i-
iv"ry cotnhs. chin. an v.vx iTi's and fjilhfnl attention of tle) I Ibkilful hubitant of the Sate rf: Florida It is on ni./tiun, or-
b -lts, f-i'litr diiers suning! tarne-t
I cigar jailor and
CH"-- :
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moiiey [ Brp.ndv. common Ofignae Brandv. &c. j Palmer t Bro. Mcnticello. S. Puleat/bn.?/ Monticello;
Corn and Cob Crusher. d or bells, lx>!iRmi u gia. i ad: l china va-f-i and tins pus fioi.ii.9he c-"ntinu J to grow worse aul! ; 'ered tint the dufrndunl enter her appearance an-I LACOUR OIL OF RYE charges common Rect W. Rogers & X Chsttanocchee; Bnltzell t WMg -
krt >. terra cotta vnes nnd j'i'.rhi-m. perfume battles, worse, unlit they gave the ce up ff incurable and i ialvie.l tb-rnur, an'wpr (\ plt-ad to the .iid Dill in the Clerk'suflicp ified .
SVliikey to Monocahela Rye Whiskey. old Vir.gini3 on, Man anna NIeboNon 4 Z wlerr Bainbridge.GsD. .
T. FiANOEirS C..H and C 1. fW'ur! I ;
the C Coi.rt .f K-f.-ru the
: pxt.it I niJrid bv m3nsof I Ifi >f ici.it Leon i>n or .
nnd, fr-i.k wa:
jvwti c s>es. crntr1 sii-pf'ii-ion himps; lamp i ii anpitaliull. my MitVl.q liourbon ttc. II. E. S Tbomasrillf
i : Whiskey. Dickiown. BaiabriJge ,
have taken the Aj'eucy lor il c st l of tiir.sc rup first in Oct..t ism f;. Ot1eL} iso aid Bill ; uas,
; i shade chnnueyH audvicks.. v:.iln-: and bowp. giitars. 1 1i ;lends to\iM Oil W R MO.SELEY.'of Griffin, (;i". Monday ei OIL OF CEfuAT chtmzs Retu5ed Ga.
-- <:nor CobCru-hcJ % un-jqu&lcd it i is 8"l to-any in le flutes I which I diJ nn-1. ioielnn! a* it eemn.1e h'i hmimJs. laialmuiineH, acejr Whiskey February 8lyBlacksmlthlng.
the Co A t-ck of thse Crushers will b that of thi or-lt-i bv } in f the a superior
ntry. .n
a one <>
hrr citrnl month f and ''ie iv copy
btiio fine entirely w7ft one HOIS
.. fifes, guitar aii-1 violin s. colosue and other j ji ait'.cle i-f Sf'tch! V> L' kev. j
band early this coming Full Puces v low. considering ( in the City of T.mihmhnssee for ihree months
ry i perfuiuery, ai.d a general aaortment of To%s. I in qoodhnillh !I 1 wo'iM advise- all \\\h lire 3Sr-i great saving in A-cd. $45 $55 $C5 each with Scirrhus uid Canienius affections vi It the prevums to the saidtirtt Mi-n-lay in Oot'-ber 185C -
Watches-ami jewelry repaired promptly and in the { Peach Brady. tc. Oil Peach and Oil of formed
[ have
for these Prices unifuni throughout) the Cognac TIlE Undersigned
eiZeS. county.Forfurtber Doctor without delay as I am satisfied by exnciencc Done and pased at Cha.nbi July let. 1S5C.
best manner. will convert common Whiskey to Apph-Brandv. i X for the
particulars call nnd examine for selves J. WAYLES BAKER a co-partnership put-
ycui and! observation, that he is the most skillful physic an I Judge.
42 OIL OF GIN the
i convert poorest Whiskey to Hoi rf the BL eksmithiug -
carrying on
to soon as a stock for a sample arrives. in the Southern States, iu the treatment of .that horrible O. K. WALKER and I II ; pose
land Gin. Schcidarn Rose Sw"an
-' D. LADD. Notice to Contractors. disease Cancer. ). W. GWYNN, Schnapps, Gm, Gin. ; Business in ell its various branches. Particular -
England Gin. dre.LACOURS i attention is is Cairinge and Spring Work
: Newport July 5, 1E3C. 27 Solicitors for
OFFICE OK STATE EXCIXEEE, BCE.XAVISTA, ) I CONCENTRATED ACID wijl.infive I and to laying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. Tbe

j OHASGE MILL P. O, ST. Jonss KivrR FLA., V il. E. MITCHLLL.Daiiphtrr i _Julv__5. 185*._ 27-3m hours after being mixed, change five gallons ot good hop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Bro-
A Homestead for 810 ---
!! AronsT 2Tn) 1855. ) vf J. W. Bradbuiy, Romr, Ga. Vinegar and twenty-five gallons r>f water to thirty \ kaw. aud special attention given to horse-shoeing.

$310,000 Worth of Farms and Building SEALED PROPOSALS will be received nt this Rome, Oa., October 25.185f.acAELD Executor's Notice. j gallons of the meat acid Vinegar that can be found in Furrr.ir.g iruplemeoU of evsry description done to or

the 20th day i>f August, 1856, f"rcon- Ix months afterdate we will present ouraccounts the markets. By the use of Lacour's Concentrated A- der. P. B. BROKAW,

_I_ LOTS I i stiucliug a Canal, with its nrceaiary appTiJige", | : : 3 and vouchers to th Hon. Judge -f Probate for I i cid, Vinegar can be made fcr one dollar and sixty cents U. B. F1TTS.Jan. .

;. "J"K the Gold Region: '>f Culpeper Co., '. irfinia.lo be I eu'-h as Lift L.ieOutrl; Locks B.isitw, ic. from ALL persons that are deciroun of availing Ibemkis the said County of Garden, for final settlement, and per barrel. 12, 1836. 2-ly

i divided aitoist 2 O.Qi"!i 0 subscriber oa the J 7th j Luke llarney on the St. Johrw to Iu>1ian Ilu 'r. a
ofSpteni&r, lS.>o. f' r the beueSl ol Pcit Rvl! Female tance (>f thirtfcn t il.'s S.410(I ftet authorized) by th} ? ) INFIRMARY, BROADWAY, GRIFFIN.GEOROIA. ileceHsei). no preparation-cnly'pouruyjthe Oil into the WLibkry j Notice.S .
Academy. Subscnptiors OXLY TF.X DOLLABS rAcsi, j (!e.i-ai! AsefIili) of the Slate of Floti.lit, nt its IPSj OWEN L. A JAMES A. FILL YAW, Ester's. and shake wed. The LioiiMs thus ma la wilt haveo '

ooe half! do--i. lie n-s' i,ntlie -iii'iry of tfl' DLCD. j tiun of 1&54-3. by An Act -ntt: !>* 1 Aim Art topro'.Mc J Ji Patients boarded at $1 per day. or $10 per month. Apiill2. 1856. 15tmuAdministrator's i fine natunl aroma-a fill f. rich, oily tastt beaut | months after Jate. the undersigned, administra

Everv subsciltcrw; :!! gt a 'Idit.. Lot <.r a F-.rm i for ai>.l et'corag a Liberal Sygtctn of Intrni.il Im- FERS. in all cases to be agreed upon b<'f.>re under fl l transparentetilor and a t'na be.vf. I.aoui's Oil trix, of the Estate of K. E. Gibson, deceased, will

ranging in"value fro.n *10 :.' ?J5.-0.! Tls<> Fi-rrn i [ii-t\eir.mti iu this Slate. i iI taken. ><-> ciihe will be received into this establish- Notice. tyt-rt tl-reo distinct ptoperties in coiiveitin ccn-.rr.r-i I present her aco uuts and Totchers to the HOD. Judge

t and Ljts are b ld vo clap ta induce eiilcfa.iia I; li.-j.. >wl* villsj-yify' : the amount for which the j i meet unless it is belie d on examination that it can | Whiskey to Brandy. Gm. tc. The tint property C'-tn- j of Probate, for Oa. sden Coaaty, for final setUeroeitf

sufficient uuml er being r strve
., value of which wUS coinn'r..a! f,r zL} appyre lnwpi -ayli-I.ts ire t<> b- rrmde.whether: in Itiiili or monuva.r I' invaihhly be charged ?5. for exuiuiniation and HO.V.CP. j JL 1 at expiration ot six months file his vouchers -8 the whole of the g.rn oil. (Amylic AlcoItol'V of said estate.

ice now a ke
: the faithful perf-Trrance of coritrscts nud piornih2 /". i.e: cen at l.is 11. .. fl( ary inf..rnittioii .bt.Lioe.l hyI I a "tlamij" for the payment of postage, nnd be directed | lion of the estate of Nathen ilolt. deceased. ; ting and bum og taste, an 1 becomes a central spii i.. ? | April 28. 18Z.G. lC-6m

I !' Mre Agei arc wanJed t.L>tan nil> <>rib'rp, i a 1 ire* iug the iiuh-r.ignc-tt it 'Orange Mill Pofit Of to W. R. M06EI.EY, M. D, PATRICK SMITH. Admt'r.MavS. the aec<' d property consistb in an only nuciag.nuus! '

to whom the rjKn-t lilral Ji.cenicnls HI be gu ii. 1 fice. St. John's Iliver, Floriila" Proposals will ul'o j I Griffin, Georgia. I _ISuC._ 18 l taste imparted to the Liquors, which renders it m ilow, j GEORGIA A\D FLORIDA.

Some Agents wiiie tInt !hey ate tnuking SJ'JLPT be received for constructing a Hail Road over the j Ftbiu-iry 23. IfiO.? ly-8 --- end imparts an appearance of great age ; the tlird !
rootith. Ailvrti i"g wr'.l Ke done for evry Aut I same ground. F. L. DANCY i Town Property for Sale. j jrT property is exhibit in the nob. vinous, nutty odor [
State Engineer State of Florida. Most Approved torn Mill in Use. I that ted to tie which tR T. J. CUR LEE ,
where possible. For full parycukrg. Fubscnp'ions. lIE underei ned offers nt private sale, the following i n imp.ii Liquor, renders "distisej j

Agencies, tt, apply to E. BAUDEH, ; Augu 31ISTTi 35-ly "t AA OF the'> ni01 nPProvt>d LAN1ER CORN JL (lif cnbed property known as the Jra\is Lots, f lion from the Genuine Brands imposMble.! 'rattleing Dentist ,

: Port Royal Caroline, Cu., Va. JUU MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These \iz : L"tsNoH. S. t5.27.? i m'. 43.140.141.) 142. 143 f These Oils! are put up in quart lott'o. each MONTICZILO

July 5, 1858. 27Administrators Burning Fluid Mills Rave been for some time in use through this region 144. 2-fi, 2v7.! 35. 2S'J.240 241, 212.2& 2-U. 245, i i24S. bottle contains sufficient Oil far making SCO ga'.loccof i TN.1. end THOMASVILLE MADISON. FLA, GA, and, and their respective and

i and lower part of Georgia and put perfect sat 246. :so. 252. 253. 251 266. 257.236, 253 all j liquor. Full and romprehensivo directions nccompany j
ccua'iea. Ho inserter of Artifl*
Notice. 1 r' F a ur.t-rior' Qualitv] Just receive.d and ArsaleJ isfacttou, grinding with ease -10 bushels oi.d iheiUe in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. the hnftles. Price $2 perb'.ttlc.t:5 ] adjacent any number
\ A MESA LIVELY. dial Teeth, from ONE to & FULL sets, the West
by in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied : One bottle of these 0.1. (five in number) will '
nion'lis after date I chnll present my accounts May *l, lSr)&. 22 to ft. The maker furnishes a hand toput it up; -ALSO- le tecurely packed and shipped (with l-iil of lidirg) J improved prireip!*; giin 5? them that 'beautiful, lifs-

SIX v Hjrlier to ibc Hou. Judge of Probate fur and tvery one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Lots Nos. 1, C, 3, 4, fi, G, 7, io S. County qr.A free of charge, to any part of tbe couMry KpcctLo. liVe appaaiacco trl.ich) approaches Nature so nearly

Leou County as the administrator of tbe estate of R A. Vvr. DAVIS, D. D. S. Call and examine them af D. LADD'S. L s oIxiti receipt of f IO, to tie address of as to challenge detection by the closest observer.

_j 8. Hay ward,.Itrccased, and asc fur a final di charge RESIDENT OFFICE,TALL AH ASSE, FLA. April 21. 1855. 16 N'.s. 4. 12. 13. 15, 16. 22, 25. 39. 40. 48, 616t P. LACOUR, New Orleans. j Persons needing Dent! operations on their NATU
I I- RAL Teutb. and vi.hhipito perform them, can by
saidadmni8trti March .
>in.THOMAS 1,1856" 9-6m
HAYWARD, AdmV. Important Improvement in Artistic MILES NASH &. CO. ,in the South i County quarter. I II applying aoo.v, have them done at the following price

Dentlatry, The above described property formerly belonged wlicn will be fotnd to be MUCH lover than has evsr
July 25, 1859. 3n6mExecutor's Dealers in Drugs Medicines Ace.TUST Gov. Brown. For further information and
to terms,
which the face is restored to its original contour. UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. \ been offered in this section of country b fof*. to-wit:
Notice. BY and with it tbs loss of the teeth supplied no as received from New York per hark R. II. Gamble which will be liberal,apply lo A. Perry Amaker, Esq, For filling ted with Gold Foil. SI 00,fl BO. ft 00

to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may fj a general assortment of articles in our line, Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. MedicalDepartment. und (2 50, raryiog according to size of cavity ao

: "VTOTICE is hereby given to all persons holding be seen; also temporary sets inserted on'Giilta such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluio, CHARLES P. MANNING. .,.U amount uiAteriai used l; Extracting teeth, in ornct,
i\ claims or demands against fthestate of Ntw- White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of Until sold, the above property will be for r -nt. only 60 cents-out of ofjica. f 1.

f nan Gilcbrist, late of Gad den county, deceased, to Purchn. best quality, Putty, Brushes Potath Soda, Sparkling A. PERRY AMAKER. 'HTHC SIXTH ANNUAL COURSE or LECJl ills mice frr a full upper nr lower sett of teeth COpiATt.

present them legally authenticated within lie tune In a few hours, so that person having teeth re- Gelatin*.London Mustard, French Brandy (very best,) February 16, 1856. 7-tf TURKS in this Institution will commerce an (with COSTISIJOV8 GULlS if nec sary.U) 1

I prescribed by law, or this notice will be nlradngsiuet tnnedcan have a complete substitute immediately. for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, MOIiDAY the 3d of Novotrber. A full prpliciimrycourte only ?C ptr tooth, and perfect satisfaction goarantseiiiaeviry
: their final recovery. E. S. SH EPAUD.Exfr.. Children'* teeth extracted, and advice given to parents Inks, Quiuine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Bathe, Cod Liver Oil. (tee to all students, will be given by the Piofescors. r inttarce. .

in regard to the management and treatment of the etc., tc., and ft general assortment of Popular Patent 'RESH i PURE of the celebrated Brands" He commencing on the first Mordav of October Those deiiring his.servic 4 ** in any portion of tie

V June M. 1856. 26 teeth zrat'tt. All operations warranted to suit the most Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Ir giman Clark & Co, t Runhton's. Professors Fees |1 105. Matriculation Fe $5. Practical above named conntie or any other sectioa of ecoatryCk

; _, fastidious. Will practice in the principal towns hope to merit your patronage. For ale by AMES 4 LIVELY Anatomy |10. Graduation Fee 125. For Catalogue I- upon application by letter to cuber of the above

j Notice. throughout the State. References: the Faculty of MILES NASH, A CO. Aprils, 1856. "14 and Announcement apply to name* Pest Offices,or otbjnciserae prccspt attsntion.

'p 3U' be is daily operating for. Dean of
.1 County of Hamilton. J JALL Wines &e. aJVDQJ
_ April 28. 1856. 17 Notice. zrtazc :
indebted to the -
estate of Allen G.
persons. Late of Hamilton having demands the estate OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider. Undergraduate Department. COtZ. Ma&m. Georgia.
county, deceased, are persons against o
Insolvent Estate Notice. ALL Port Old Port Juice
Ibis.J. L. STWA
qnesttd to make immediate payment, and B. Ball late of Leon county, deceased Madeira Cherrie (WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.)
Brandy Jiaa
1arzJ.S.wDI.riQ. VTbofMrrQle.Ga.fl
having demands against said estate will present them State of Florida, { will take notice that they must present them to the ..
t in tLe time prescribe by lav.NATHX.. County of Leon. J JALL underligned, or to Mewis. Archer & P pv.., duly Sherry, Sardines, THE' NEXT SESSION of this College will open ... )

: .P. MARION, Exfr claims the Eotale of authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or Sparkling Flavoring Gelatine, Preserved.4 Quiucei, MONDAY, ptember 8th. The Classical W. 8. Dujroit. Esq. .,.
persons having against Extracts, Pears, Course is full and is afforded Student C.O.PinE.q.. .
Jnna1.18&e 26 this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; every/acility to
Jinkins, late of Leon.county, deceased, and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, in Scientific Branches. A Preparatory School is attached Meisra.W.A Laia e tl.elIaFU.
are hereby notified to the same to the Judge Olives -
present Spanish ,
Spices CoLE.LBz..icvivr..5
to make immediate to the undersigned eiLbracing a course of two yean. The ..ilil'tarv -
Notice. of Probate, ot Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee Corn Starch, Pickles, January 12, 185.fr. -. J
is effectual
MARY BULL, AdtPx. system adopted as sn means of preserving ._
A LL persons Laving claims against the estate of on or before the first Monday in December next, August 2, 1856. Sl-8w : Worcestershire L'auce' Salad Oil, good order, economy regular habits, and, active -

John W. Mann, deceased late of Gadoden county. for payment pro-rata. English Mustard, Capers, bodily exercise. Charges for Tuition,.'and Boanlinj,

----4 sue b reby notified to preset lbm to the undersigned I. D. W. OWYNN, STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Claret-, Cocoa. $100 per term of SO we ks. Surgeon's Fee $5. Enpfteenng -'- 'Tb.LtAH4 SSEEFZOZIDAIW11oe3ui
of Probate.
Efftcutrfx within the time prescribed by law, Judge AT NEWPORT. \\ AMES 4 LIVELY.Januaiy French, Spanish, German. Drawing. 'Book. :
24 18r I. w this notice will bt plead iu bar of their recovery,. May r PHE undcftigued still car-learn the above business 6, 1856. Keeping and F r cicg.-each 110 per term of 20 wek. : ofB

_!. MX! all those indebted are requested to make pay- X in all its branches. Buildings wull calculated for The las( session of the MedicAl College closed with DETJQS AHB, tolCOTS.Wtndovt .

; meuf immediately. Notice.SIX despatchingwagons. D. LADD itoiincts. Bonnrt*. 339 Matriculant and 85 Graduates, from 18 States. Perfuerybysstffs1tTautWtSI

MARY MANN, Extr'x.Jooe7 months after date I will present my accounts Newport, September 2, 1 854. 85 T DIES colored straw Bonnets The Military College closed its first year in Nschville, Scicea, Snuff. GIsuPaati.l
: !88. 28-ftrn vouchers Admimistrator the of with 1(4 Matriculants from J4 SUtee.- For Catalogue '
-k as on estate .I..j Ladies coloreo straw trimmed Bonnets, Ods.Vauishes.Putty flsnuf.cturid T4eoo.
hugh O. McLean, to the Hon E. C. Love, Judge of Contracts for Trestling plain a''I and Regulations apply to arid Glass Wure.Fju Vat.etMsdicuea,

- In Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term I Ib5f Probate for Gadsdtn, County, for a final settlement, black B. JOHNSON Bnporiatendent. : &.So ap. Ya< Totth. Yur.Wmssud Braod

c E.ITkigQnwI, 1 Attacbtnentfor$26861.IOO and apply for a discharge therefrom. OrriCK PtNSACOLA AND GtOIGIA R. R. Co. ) S white satin end silk a Nashville, August 2. 1856. j[ Lndi.ir.Brushes.r for

$ II. > amount of Debt sworn to.- ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, AdmtV. Tallahassee, April 29th, 1856. f black (extra sixe) Faint Brushes, .

E: ZR.WL111y.btI fBoodflt1T2OO. July 28, 1858. 28-6m PROPOSALS are invited for the con Children and Misses straw Notice. Garden Seed*. $..gsrs.Tb.

WaiiimKnrBB "y.) r71 ;' culverts and tres- 4 SI II Hsta. .; bars Tiiesntl7 uesI4 s 'erp* tied-

;- Notice.IX _______ tling on the line of the Peuiaeola and Geor. For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. S tK months after date we will present cur accounts rvpply of 4T ry variety of irdeW woajly kept 7droffgisU.
Dtfcndaot aoJ All other* interested are here gia i Boil Road from tbe junction with the Tallahassee and voucher to the IIn. Jadgiof Probate of tod
October 18, 1855. 41 |, Pkotari o ,,' "JL' by a"ubl yf tbt i InaUtotioa of tbeabov. enti- months after xlatsi 1 sb prwwst-njT accoonUytm&sn Bail Road to the Suwanoee River. Some of the work IJauiltoti County for. a final settlement of the estate at thu o iU>U>mtatft.feJtwj ljf ijfiwryliiBCt***'

salt by-*ttaAmfnt/Bd ars hereby required to Ac to4b Heeonbkr Jigs of PrebateofUmiltcDiOouatyJur _- rtauird immediately. Tbe construction of the rest Circular &. Upright Saws. cf David Moat, late of said county, deceased, and uk 1 -
appu 4MdI4 -tt tiou filsq to.ths cu.t *-- nal *tUment as nhnbUtraS my be deferred, to be completed as tie graduation to be discharged as admrnUtrstors.v Ordmfrcca th* &uti.use

; -, _'i," jth4ftM i mnnred by tor jon tl>.estate of Dfonit Dongbrity, Ut of said of the road progress For further purticuUr and for HOE
4 J !I V111Tz1 Covsty, deceased, snl l ik to bed scbtrjed from said plans and drafts, apply at this <>{&> 44, 48 and (2 inch sizes, on band and forule ELIZABETH MOAT. .

c' 4' aijiinutrmtion. JAMES V.'. GEIflER, E 0OABELL.. Freii.: by D. LAOT) -. ArIminftrat'n.Mareb .

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