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 20, 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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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 & JournalIs JOHN R. LLOYD I ((5. Is it, or is it not true that you have I her taxes, the better. It is true that speculation of the Florida Railroad, and that, at tbe

SATURDAY jlnrihian < DurnaL sold out your entire interest in that speculation should not be encouraged by putting the land too prices then asked for flute internal improve

published every by 'U.c't1.on.eer: or I for more than one hundred per cent. I low, but let the ladns be put at fair prices and if sanguine ment lands on that line,, they would, bethought

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, ANDCOMMISSION -___ ".-_ ... _-_, J'TALL."HASSEE- - -.- the amount of invested in i speculators do occasionally buy them, they 'WIU.I ; all be taken on speculation early
I profit will up
upon money not be able to held them long. The taxes they
At THkEE DOLLARS per annum, in advance. MERCHANT : it bj- you ? I have to pay the State and Counties, and the intereston after the location of the rend.: He stated that

I 7. Is it, or is It not true, that the clerks their investments together with the incidental ex-: he would give the Board tIe information he
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.JuTv penocn of management will soon induce them to sell I and then if desired to
possessed we
employed by you in the Register's office, secure,
square of 12 lines, or lees first insertion, 1 00 IP. 1856. 29-ly Saturday, Sep. 20, 1856. have speculated in these ]lands ? and have out decK to the actual State settlers does on very the moderate of terms. piovi-the : for the benefit of our whcle system, the ad-
each 50 not adopt policy raising I
Professional and subsequent Business Cards inserted at ?10 per EDWARD j!!. WEST. I II II they ever raised the price less than one hundred f prices of her lands so as to enable them to raise the vantages which the construction of the road. .
pnnum.Advcil.- I Mr. Walker's Letter. per cent. upon the appraised value at price of theirs.I would confer in the way ( f enhanced value

. eements not marked with the number ef I Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I We have copied from the Honda Republican I whjch they purchased ? I am aware that there are reports in circulation that t to these lands, he would 'clieerfullyvitbdraw

insertions will. be continued until forbid, and charged I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. i! of th.3d in.., and inserted in this 8. II the land were appraised so low, as I showed from a favoriteism corrupt and to interested the gentleman motive.above I challenge referredto I his application. But if they were still opento

accorJi Certificates h' of publication of kgal or estate .! April, 1856. 14 i i numler of the Fhridian, a letter addlesscd to induce the officers having charge of them, any man living to show that there was any favorite- entry at the valuation of former years, and -

notices will not be given until the advertising fee is b t.e ditor of the to fatten upon them, by speculation, and you ism shown, or that the prices at which the lands were subject to speculation, he w&uld at once enter
Republicanhih.: according sold, were not the same those lands had been offered those in and Alachua
paid. FLOYD & HOLLAND, : are opposed to raising the price, what course lying Levy for the
to that paper: is designed' 'iy its author would! to remove such temptation at public sale fifteen months previously or that in : benefit of the Florida Railrcad Company.
I Attorneys at Law. I you pursue making sale, the interests of the fund and oftbe State, ( .
I as a reply to a seiies of questions pio- ? : Here, then, to onr mind was satisfactory
well the of individuals not
I as as rights were strictly
To Rheumatics & Others '" ?TILL and practice West Florida the, and Circuit iu the Courts (f Middle Couit pouided: to Lin: 5n the JacksoinillScics of By furnishing answers fto the above questions I and rigidly respected and oLsen'cd. No gentleman I evidence of an intended speculation by organizations .

t TO all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint I of the State.. Alw in the Distiict Court Supreme of the United the ICtli of August, o\er iLe signatuie offarioD. you will do yoursehfjustice, and relieve I will come out and make either of these allegationsover .' not then made public, and a positive .
1 we offer a positive remedy in Jay's Stimulating States, in the Northern District of Flori a. your friends from enI .'trra3tnent in i his own signature, for the simple reason that no ;: application for large bodies of these 4-
t Liniment. It has been effectual in the permanent R. J. FLOYD Office A-palicLicoIa. Fla. I: We WNt.'rquf'sted and had dtermineu1 *- MARION.From one of them is true. Let no man vote for me who [ lands, with a notice of the feet that they were
Mine would!
believes such baseness.
cure of Chnmic aud RLeunuitic di.-eascs Thousands D. P. HOLLAND Office Quincv, Fin. i to insert these questions in the column inc capabe of i; for speculation. With the application made
have doubt been rescued from au untimely death i be a melancbolly fate indeed, if I have lived in the I

by the no use of this prcat remedy.! -Dec--22.1S55.---. -- ---. --fj-1- -- - .-- I i )- ofur r p-ipor immediately Oil their first r the Floiida: Republican Sept} Z. I State of Florida near twenty year: ind should yet I I j' the necessity for action became pressing. C''

For sale by Druggists ptiifiallv uud Wholesale DR. MILES II. SASH i presentation to the public e\e, i I.ut declined Mr. Walker's Letter. I find it necessary to repel such an accusation as thi'If :: The Trustees were bound, to raise the price v
Retail AMES and the
by or speculation fine lands held
Tallahassee. May SI. 1656. 2 -1J !! OH its HI* riUWE siO.NAL bFUVKrS TO THE CITIZENS OF i doing so until such [time a i. )1 J/. Walker nouM! MR. EDITOR :Shortly after I became a candidatefur : I charge, I would refer to every day and every transaction ,
; in and Alachua. The Board
I I the I'fhW of Goveinor an :.tt mpt was made in Levy asked f
TALT.AUA->SEL AM at KUOI VIMNGCFFICE Ot' TR 1' thorn his attrition and every acquaintance of my past life.
give through a medium the Democratic ; I
i with Dr. M. Xasli.inuijojiatily! i'al-tofthe j jPo Ancient City" a paper pubK-hed at Where were my chluminator1 when I was a candidate time for consideration, which was gra:1ted.lre -r.
Walter Gwynn, O t office. j jMiv that \\mild warrant! us ill al.uding: to the I St. Auguttirie, to injure me by the charge that, I had, for re-election to the office of Register in ]1854? : satisfied ourselves that real estate, held '

'. ,l 1 t? 1 f 55. O Wh"l'! matter: iii.ers! >{andingh! questionand voted to raise the price of the State lands. That j I If I had been guilty of corruption or official impropiiety : by private parties, had greatly appreciated in ,|'
: OFFERS his i fo. : '-. TJT*>II wi -inr TO -nter __ _:_ _______ -,- -- i iJt. : I charge wa, refuted HV showing that Mr. PArr uud j in a sale made in 1853, why did they permitme '
i .>-r..S. i".0ilich. < ,- -t.:.I ::11, i it : all?\\'l'18 inriu-ivf. The contingency j havir: !u myself voted as'itii'-t the pri'p;. j jMy to be, re.elected without oj'potitkn in 1854 ? value within the preceding five years. We V
t ,..' ,, 0-1_ .. -'. 11, al'1 ," BERRY 1 ascertained
; \Vj. r ( i : i enemie iindithat tI. I' I would simply tn those who give willing car person Tears vf
F .. tr;'i'';.i (.j 1 I ndii illg tll/ two CIIIIHIIUlil':1' say ;
ch buMrif inti : into this -lufl their of I
to le :
t :ti.Mm f difficulty on point now pound 'had
I or a helping! tongue to tales of this sort ; "judge not ; previous purchased nearly all the good ,
l ---iUif of the other <-lT."- Iou n> Capitol i ,-'.::'- ,i .-rf.vt':: ; > f' : .i7iri <. 'CI1rtIlkii1'-B; n> I.- ; ;, "' : ', ; ,. !)ul.lic.( v\e non !i.<.! alt-irk and cnrge! that I did =o in ( rdrr> aid sp'culuors. lest ye be judged." It has ever been found that those !I lands held in Marion with much
t "ill; be reasonable,ouT<'-]l., ."h:. ; 6rvJces"]J" : tdBiinj : I This] i charge is as i> iy! minted as the thei.. ,. i I I't county, if
M E R C H A ?\ r. ; : : '-: .-' ti.t hut : proj.e t t. suspeet evil! in other are the very per. elsewhere had fixed hundred !..
; : Deputy in tlu- Stale Laud Office, }jO' .r course ,; ;n, I It i; evident that, if I w.!h"i] f-.j did those who bare commit themselves. Hun one per cent. as
s< ni!
ff will make ii- charge for business in that Departuunt I TLLAu.sEa.F1a..Sept. 29. 1855. T-O i"" ,' -- v.' .:. ':,.. :il 1 ium; ; -, micandor. 1'i-en '[-culMing in the! p"M.I>. lau,l K I rrtmld have I dreds of thourindq prone of dollars have been sent to me by : the minimum advance at which his agents :

MavlT.lb55.- 20-ly ___ __ ___ ______ I Ii '"tit" consideration v.ite'i th. other w.iv.' TIo" i.ig 1-ndh'il) !iers andt.i.eeu1at'.r. the pe-i-le of East and South Florida through the : were authorized to sell and that considerable .
/ e i b II'> i suHiciei !
___ (
__ --- -- i A. PERRY AMAKER | ? ofrotre dt-ite the pnoes of the State Not of them re-sales had '
i mail and otherwise. one EO far as I now been effected. We believed ; .
DR. N. G. MCDONALD tl\ potential:, to induce us to refer to the l.irid;! to I be raided in order that they may be able to I j recollect, ba* ever lost a dollar. Every cent has been then believe >
as we that the
I AT"SmSSIlY A T fubi WI 1 1 i\ltl' or official conduct t of inteiir.a Sell their own at inerfa'ed piices which they, could satisfactorily! accounted for. I think it will be hard f now fate of
t 1'1 .1 gentU-man : Marion; awaited the lands
cor.tinurs hold
MOXTICCLLO, FLA. I never: do ns long as the State to her'e 01 to purlul'Je'th'Jsl' people that I am capable of acting : county good in *
all TALLAHASSEE, FLA. of unmciited detraction or (:fisurt'. i the old prices. I am unwilling to give them this advantage corruptly. But I have said enough. I suppose the I other counties, and we voted to increase the /
attend with .
cures caT -
"TT7ILL T trusted to bim. care ::.I May 21 185S. 20' I II I, And \\ e do not now refer to this suhject Ito j and no matter what charges may be made I saying is true that when a man becomes a candidate, I Ihe price-not, however, to the full extent of increase ?
DuVorth. -- ---- -- ----- against me. by speculators or others, I will never C'>n- becomes a target, and 1 will not Complain' if I but which had taken in i :
Office that of Col. place
adjoining MILES NASH & CO. i pioduc"! impress-ions unfavorable to \1 r.Valke's sent to grant it. If person }have bought State lands share the common fate of all candidates. j private property -
Mz.rch2,1656. 12-ly hold bodies of land inh.ritance I but to such extent a! to render .
large by
on speculation or speculators
\ : character, but simply to call his attention i I: think I have shown that my vote against raiding! j t
--- -- i Rail ton grants or otherwise, they need not the prices of the State lands was founded on the true comparatively indifferent to them.- ,
WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, IIE..tLERS IX to the fact, that the contents of his hope by any action of mine to be enabled to sell them policy. Let those who oppose that policy show by I That we were correct in our judgment, we

DRUGS, jjfig PAIXTS, i iMEICIXES. Jacksonville letter! are regarded and cited by at more than their true value. fair arguments, if they can. that it is unsound instead ;I feel assured, from the fact that the Board
TCtllCVlOLCtSSOO IF'l.JEV. In December, 1855 a resolution was adopted by
of motives for
attempting to impeach supporting I have
I ]ff : the newspaper' organs of his p-uty! as a buflicient the Board of Trustees to double! th<- prices of all the it.The. my already received and rejected unanimously -
CorpEuTix [ OILS I to.T"I70ULD
A>TJ !
OF .
lamia in the Counties of an application to the
Internal Improvement : Levy 'ry slightly
I Democratic started
RETAIL reply l by way of refutation to the respectful I pres- out by abusing me
IRON WAKE, WHOLESALE AND and Alachua and to raise the prices of all the other for raising the pi ices of the public lands. Finding terms of sale, upon which condition the party
inform their friends aud the that
DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED public questions I f: anvd by the c'rr'spou' Internal Improvment lands in the State fifty per cent. '
T they have on hand a good assortment of such who voted tLia they were on the wrong track, they have wheeled I proposed to purchase, at the increased price, -
tbe Board
WARE. articles as are generally kept in their line of business, dent of the! .Yews, when, I in truth, hU Idler j jdoes For measure those, and members diifi-ied fiom Mr. PAFV and mxselfiniiLrard /or them.abi.ut and now abuse me Yours because I did not raise all the lands not subject to overflow in Levy ;

Stove Head-Quarter and will be receiving fululfresh- supplies. Their not contain a single direct reference to i to the policy of it, 1 cherish feelings -of the D.Respectfully S. WALKER. i county. 'I t.I .

SPLENDID assortment Cookiag. Parlor I terms fchiul be reasonable. the -tiflns propounded. )i:irioi1' j jw highest regard. Mr. PAPV and myself differed fio-n I r, Thus, fellow-citizens we ,have presented 1.], .
Tallahassee 9th 14. i que m
t'i'L":1. with April ,1853- I
and Wood Stoves trira'noJ neatness them but it was an honest" difference, and we should briefly the which influenced
0- and durability, at reduceJ prices. t P.13.BLtOKAW'S.LIVERY -- t lii-re charges :Ir. Walker with haring voted j jin not! be condemned for i it. at least without a hennng TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORID i voting to increase reasons the valuation; of the us inter.in *

Out Door Work.RooSn i But it is charged in the Xational JJonocral of the. I J
of the
i favor raising price of the I Internal! nal
MO SALE STABLE1 14th August. that my vote was calculated,!, if not intended improvement lands. We'have: simply ex- }
Orna-nentul From Ilea-Js. Guttering. Cup- FELLOW CInZJifi
: :
tier and ;;Tin C-mluetin Pip,.!. Sheet }':'. PIi. U TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.PiopictcrnoulJ Improvement land On the contrary: lie j jexpre.tly 1I I to aict a speculation which it alleges would! i ercised our best judgment for your interest 'j

Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. SLop wok! admit: that th" vote given loY11'. i j jWalker have Wen made by a "certain high functionary" if I By virtue of the offices held by usve, become ; as we concede that those who differed with
: ii.- the piicei bad not been mia((! It will be news indeed 011 the 6th day: of J anuan1855, did. We have
of variety d"ne at short notice.City !:w rIIl us no interest adverse to 'I
every ._; form his icnds; nii'l th<> was ngaisiit: that propv.ili'I' !i, unac- | t.. my friend', and I think: to the p-iblie generalIv Titihtees. of the Internal Improvement Fund, not yours.We
and !TJ.'I''hanltii; are large landholders/and have
Country ]p:>.ic. that he Liit built la 1' _ of i to hearthat I have been willing: to sacrifice: my : never "
compai.ied language
: disparaijt-meut: c.r: in that I
invited to gin! me a call before ; ) | certain func and, rapacity, representatives of Jour directly or indirectly speculated in of the
Are lesrwctfully pi.r large 1 Hiick; S'aMi-H.! at the old staJo 1, au-i is now duty to assist a speculation by a high any
C\i..in! 'l'ev.-h'rf' 1'1'l..pare.1 to u'11IIO'bt! hi, fri .1 I ian,i iMtoruS.! crilin: > .tio1J! Where then is the. relevancv ,] ti'ltrV" tie Democratic party alluded to. I have interest. Among the lands committed to the State land?. The declaration of Mr. Walker .'

w N. B. All articles mannf-ictucd from the reiv : He a'o has attached to LH Stables: a pooj ],]lit'k'tiitb 1 lift\\eeii the contentof tie two commiuacatioi : <; often been ttIJ bv' my frit-ti'ls thAt? I was to milJ in Trustees for management and sale, there I that with the exception of the singlo specula. i
bet material and warrautwl durable. No other arti : Sli''p. ul.rse L. wi! ]have hae .iieal i ] kid ,.f I my f.linz! 'Wnrds the Democrat and not sufficientIv'a \\ere several hundred thousand acres of \',hat ; tion of nineteen thousand
de will be offered fir sale. I Plaulati-'ii vroik, ll.r.f flux in!. anJ Carr:1p\w'l'k:: in :*- ? t thy J MiiMntitH'c1 portion of \1 1 r.dhr's piituan, but t'uH pu,hi'iij the figure mtLtr too known Ink.Ht! Lands.l acres of by tune
'I was as Improvement individual, he had heard of !
October 20,1855. 42 J. the very l'c-tt nt1.Oi1Canr. with j,;:rornptiK-te di-: .. \\: l beii.j coniined: to the elaboration: j tar. no speculation -. 1.
patch. I I :r.Tu cure that the certain Idgh functionary" of I TliCeCvcrc to located to a great extent while! "or attempt at it." and life entire failureeven

Co-Partnership Notice. i Xowl..l.cr, 1 1S53.; 44 of a tn itter b.irclv* ali'itKii to but, not *.'".ii'i- the Democratic Jut, :tllui to will learn with; great the country was new, and V. e have a right to to allude to the reasons which influ1- 3fenced

I ._ _. :' '!. a t<-r.i':;hniert.. ) tLat 1 was ever, at ary time iu im htXpa.UiCiiailv of Mr.
saxc-J "Marion. Indeed
undersigned have this day;entered into 3. co- -- --- ----- -- -- ---- -- by- : so imhia1; lv -uppoo were a superior quality. our action has forced Us, in justice to
THE Carriages Buggies, and Harness, i favorable to Urn, or any in theWHOLESALE in-'hvent! are the two commimic.itiuns ill I Ipoiut 1 am willing t'> do butt! justice, but I am not tbe most reluctantly, to present j
For Sale by P. B. f.rI"IIE located for the -State by men who were this narrative. We
& RETAIL and !-UlntlIICf'( th itve with manv | man in whom} he would! conic -uijtlrng n.ore. will say in conclusion, \
7 B.UGBUSINESS.. 'r_, Sub cribH Las just u-rei\v.] :i The reason why Mr. P.u'n.al! m\self U'te.l againstthe i known to be first rate judges of land, and : that for those gentlemen of the Board who ,
and of B'= -_ -' 1 large supply I <>f Cmriaires, ., others suppo-eJ tirMr: > W.dker; had t">n- i resolution ti< raise: the pri ice* of these IZT1JIvn I who had seen these lands and known their I differed with us on that quetiouVe; entertain >

under the name stjle I.iug ie?. and Harriet"!, which Le oiFer; eluded not to notic" the qnostionpronoun. !: tlm we thoiiirht they were high} enough ulicadyTLcee ,- value. They are gentlemen, too, of as much personally the kindest and ;
reasonable : licea: I tpcak J of the l lands the : feelings,
for sale on the rnoEt ten ( paitii-i.lr.tly m I
AMES&UVELY.THEY \! November 18. 1854. 40 ; ded }by '' Marion' ," which! conclusion uas ;il"t t Eat and j South Lion Iu) wore fixed !by men who wee! intelligent and moral worth as any in the i readily concede to them the same integrity 't

; j I re'>o' HI nut ii the editor of the /'ri;<6.v;// kn.wvn t-o) b. Gist rate judges of bu,1 aud who had State. With such selecting agents, we could of purpose in their vote whrcb.: we claim for .>
> vrill be p1eaQd to c .Q their friends A. L. FISHER i eccn these laiids( and knew their value. They are not doubt that the work was well done, and I ourselves. .
'. it and patrons at the "1.1 stan,3 of D. H Allies', 'I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I i I demanded! of the Tampa Peninsular the pubhcation j gentlemen too. of as much intelligence and moialorlh that the State acquired for her Internal Improvements Asking the indulgence of Mr. Yulee for ,1
where they will keep a full and general j! '! in the State. I challenge of I
01'I \\alkei\s Itttir at satilactoiy / \\ a! any any enemy
of land of value.
r a rtrn ttof Articles aPP"rtl\iJin to their : 'ILLA)1.tEE, lit., I I mine tn poijt: to cither of them and! say he would not I a body groat ., the liberty which we have taken with his *j
De of DueinesB. D. H. AMES I ILL practice in the Couits "f the Middle D.a-; JejU! 1 to the: qtlOlIC0111III11'! I : J.I ii:i theJVcir I be proud/ to call Lun his friend. They were confinedto The appraisements of those lands were name, we are jt

: M. LIVELY. ', ,\r trict. and in Thomas County Ga. *. Not ];Iong'IIltl.! '-1' \I Walker no Twliticn.1 party ; thy were: found in the tanks made many years since, at an average of less I Your fellow-citizens. 1

Januarv: 1. IW5. 1 1 2'- Oflice in the Capitol, 2.1 st.iry i immediately: : ;' of but Ilhed: } : l partk-s: and \\ eie tllp iide ail the ornament than two dollars per acre, and when real csi i i JAMES E. BROO
authored 1 t the I !latitudiiu us and : IE'1
MEDICAL NOTICE. : over the room of the Clerk! of the Supreme Cotrt..Ju1y1,1 riipsopor; constiuction : : of buili. TLey La.l located (ir the State the tale in Florida was much less valuable than T. W. BREVARD. $
0-,;. -1'y placed, uponn\ < letter l b) the Iff- very lands they appraised, and that alone would have I at Believing :in the month of Doccmb'T -
present. I
e! -- -- .- -- .----- --- been sufficient in the absence 01( other motive to in- j Those which have sbE"d Mr. .
pubirfn'e foibenr} fut Ilier l'IJIlIIIJ''nt a' lhi- j the land would last, that there was great danger of i papers publ
) Jr. Ice them> fix the prices as high as
i E. Walker's letter will do
a DR BURROUGHS ,: time, nrnl! submit, : for the coiu-idc-iation of bear, in order that the State might see that they had I la'-ge bodies of these lands passing into the ': us an act of justice t i.

r TTAVINO 1'\Cltl.l l rn TallaLfcwe! fri his j--o- WI L roXTIXUE THE our readers liif qusti; "ms propounded }bv j j"Marion I not nia-'e' improper selection The prices they fixed, j hands: of speculators, to be held perhaps at j jpi by inserting this.
11 fpsio i ervi.. lo the Office were very much higher, in some instances more than -which would _
t public. oppotlte ices materially retard the settlement 1
: \\ itl.1 la1lier's: assumed re- : double. tii!=e placed! on similar land by other agents
Dr. Barnard's .
Stt '
Drug i* of the it became in 16th Sept. 1856. 3 'jj
country, oar judgment ,
i into office This fact is well knawn to
June tF AT Tn OLD aTAM), III'N b..f'I ie I "Mp.ie:
.t 28,18SC.: 2C-Cn ply ; as ah ), coimii'ini't:iii..:.B from (! ivcrnor I I I1'roome and to arrest it by the : Editor '
iu Maiion increasing bsefi
--- ---- very !nLi.y; persons u w Sumpter. necessary : My name having connected -
r j fl MEDICAL NOTICEF ; Judge Urevard alld1. I). I''ipN, nan'do; Counties. lier-j prices, and we, with :Mr. Austin,who we regret i with the action of the Trustees of the f 1.fr. I
THE it MORTAR, Many of theso land were appraised at five dollars is'now absent from the State voted raise the Internal
to Fund
I .: Ksq.: expla'iiing; such portion i* of tlj"ir i "m'ei j ,I Iconitict I Ipt'1' Improvement in reference to .
F} DRS. GAMBLE BETTOXll I : act/--inanv at f-ur-many at -many at valuations in Levy and Alachua one hundred i' the increase of the price of the internal improvement t.
.la ha\e //alien under the, critrci-m of f two, mid in ne at less than one dollar and twenty five I 1 j
t their Professional Services to the Pub- Corner of Tuiin and Monroe rlrE.t, Talljhacsec.Januarvrj. j I centi' A few tracts v.-rre put up us high as six dul- per cent., and in"other portions of the State lands, I am induced to address \ .

i OIJ'FEH j Office oppoait the Store of Mes.rs.UoJ ; _---_ '_ 1S5- (/.- ----.S;- _n__ -. _ 1 Mr.l \Vulkt'r.Fr.w lat! < per a'I.. appeal to all lal1"n. Sumpter. and I fifty per cent. i! you this letter for the purpose of fairly presenting :I l

kiss.Scott & Poole. Dr. P. P. Lewis ; I lleruantoCouutits ft state how unanimous was the The action of the Board in ;is matter has :j ; the course I pursued and the reasons il' "it

January 5;, 1&:G. 1 ---- notice to his; fiien 5! nnd pat t1t'} .Jft-k'..r1s-ie!! 'f\\, Au-u-t: ]1C, r ile'l rnpl.unt! enol ugaiuat inouily: these high.prices which were then regar- I born the subject of corrment, and, in some lola'Stles which influenced me, in order; possible, to 1

; GIVES in lIj l DAMP I WALK: :. K-u: j I tt I ; of bitter denunciation. These we did remove inferences that be drawn .
.lenACI. i T. Bmcnrrr. CHARLES i ;fi g that is now posse-sicm 'J 1 he juices ha\irig liet-n thus fixed!, and the three any may .
BIRCHETT- r' & DOWNING- all: the latest improvement* in Dent-;.*- Sir : l Br, vi'tii.-! of .your; i' riinsiih-no: ) i IO requir! bv' law having been given in I not propose to notice. .Mr. Walker however, unjust to myself.: ,

try. 1st, The extraction of Tetth. without producing : (,Hi('' of KiittM of Public Lllld'IIU: are !! Newp.iperprinted[ [ -1Hi.ia.. (;'''t'gin. iiiid 1 the Car I one of the members! of the Board, in a letter On the fourth day December, 1855, tho j.
!TTOR! ErS AT LAW L AGENTS FOR CLAIMS J4ifl by the aid of a 1'K-al application which c HI1'i-l! : due of' the Tiu-tre- of! tin- I'Il'II.a! imj.ioven.eiit -- I; Oina-. I of'-ie! l in I the Month of May! 1 I8o2 one Lun'l published in the Florida Republican of the I Hoard of Trustees was convened for the purpose ', 4
artificial freezing mixture to the part t d\ -i-id, iit'v tli.iaini i of these lands ,
JVO. 490 Seventh !reel, in Tpphingnu dr.! MX : : acres
until fully benumbed. 2d. The irnmediittein!crtion of I fund nd slue" Id \iul.e h-rted ( ;Invtinor ]: -ale at I tubi.' cutcrx.nt; I the eounty sites t>f the CounII. 3d inst., has assailed that action in such a of considering a proposition'd? some J

WASHINGTON CITY. : a Temporary Set. on Gutta Pcrcha which can be I will t Ill' sut-li Trustee In yin iii'- of t th.i' I Ioflice i i.i: wIirti tl>ere i>.-eifilh lie in the Eat and ,j manner as to make it n'cessarfor us to ex- days previously by Mr. Yulee in behalf of the ,. ,:

WILL practice before the Court of Claims, an'] : worn with comfort and case till the Gums are fully I IJ .1..0.> TinTiuatees( i am infoniied, i i. Miurh; F"Ij.la.: i At th'- e sales only nine tort) acre j P1"". In that letter it is distinctly intimated Florida Railroad Company to purchase all t

: claims before Congress and the sev- J prepared for a pprmanent Set ; then inserted. "n did dniini, i ) !. the pa.-t) winter re-\.dut- tiie Inteinal |, traH1'K'iiglit: I i.n.r,- I than I tl I.e appraised I piiees., nnd a that the action of the Board was calculated the internal improvement lands in the, counties I
tral that beautiful called] continuous Gums \\hu-h are I Iso I I l.ti of the 1 lafld: ut least three fourths, '
Departments. I plan \\'rv '.rt; nwjoiitv' land-holders
land and iii-ed llu- to favor large and speculators i of aud Alachua
I I Imjirovemeiit I ; Levy at then valua. \1'
July! 28,1853. SOWholesale much worn and admired for 1tautstrfongth, nnd ,: } would ii"t bung the apjiiiiised i,, |I'I iee, and cons'qucnt. I ;
j : perfect c-lcatilinffcS. I I I" iC&' of so much as l
vv B. J.\1JLLS, J May :31. ISSfi. 22 i riord.i l Hailiohd I one) i'Ulldl' ed per cent., and I e'ven tn thi! iUy, and it i. upon them that the prices found in a purchase of nineteen thousand : big, and declared to the Board that he knew '

and Retail Druggist, I' -- j I tin- italanc" fifty per' cent. The action i of have 1). en raised by the Board. In Levy, Alucbua! acres made by a party in 18.;3. In justice to ;, of organized capital ready to be invested in j

XEWPOBT, FLORIDA.ORDTR i Havana Cigars, I I j the Tni't t-s in tliis\' mntter,: is uii3.iti..!act"r\ I nii'i, this Colurub-a,!date.: The Couutie"sales in the Miui-n Bales ,have.Sumpter been and sniall Ilertinn up. I ourselves wo must dissent from the conclu-i these lands for the purposes of Speculation at & t.!

? from Physicians and nan f'rs put up yUST received per 11 H. G.imMe: 5000, !l-,-t! qn-1 !1 '" ui; ti.e 1 I-:: eculatois! and to many, ul.o I to .l.' have been larger hut there still remain unsoldin feions of1 r. Walker in both cases. On the | the prices then fixed, and that'his desire was i 't

the greatest care. I! ilv. cijraia. Call ail] tr'. tl.finMcDOUGALL .: HOBBY 1 1 .HI-I': i i'Mi'1 (for actnal settlement. I Jt has Iari..n anti Surnpier near leO thousand icus, andin contrary we assert, that the action of the | to enter them for the benefit of his company, ; 4

February 2, 18:6. 5 185C. 31 I ,...-n -..tif In" mv. iieaiin0; ; tliat you voted inI He.iiAiidn twenty four' thousand acres. Now if Board was designed, and (alcitlatcd to prevent lor the bame purpose, if they were to be soldat ;-1#

-AutFt 2. I tii" Board; "i : lot that measure; and mudicrv these land* had| 'bf't'll undervalued. 1 I. it probable that these valuable lands from passing at unreasonably those prices. He furthermore stated that .t.tif

LONG & GALBRAITH, JOHN W. EVANS, !lit has lieen:( claimeil, for y iU for tuning the beeiiin wonl.l the Will not ht have since been 1852 wild at before the appraised this! They prict'had, low prices into the hands of spec the Board would increase tho prices, he j| I

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALCAIIAKSEE, FLA. ATTORNEY AT LAW, done 0. The Importance att.-iched; to the I'i until the Board raided the prices in December 1855. Be- ulators ; and in the next case we will show I would withdraw his application and thus, -f

"Af" A. LONG & J. B. GALBRAITH have ansoci- I HAIXBKIIHK, 01:0 i proper admiui-stral'mn: : of our !land:i interest is I fore the pi lees Wde'ai,.cJ I was gradually selling abundant reason for our action independentof I give to the internal improvement fund tho 'Ii '
1-.1.. ated themsclve in the practice Law. They attention to all bu-ine-ss <'nT but since that time I have beec able to Bell the sale invoked. We will leastto
Circuit the Supreme "IX7"ILL.I give prompt : so great, that I am sure J' ou will excuse me I them off attempt at benefit which, in his opinion, had or would C J t
will attend the Court* in the Middle T trusted to his care, in the Counties of Thornag. I onlv 950 ale ol I them.
show nccessit.which existed
: a pressing result in !
this .
for in public manner to consequence of the supposed .
the United n-qutating enhancement
Courto and the District Courts of you i
and the
Calhoun, Clay. of for
; Decatur Baker, Daugherty, Early I But the advocates high prices purpose that lime for action to values.
particular of
State at Tallahassee. February 17, 18:5. 7 tf furnish answers to the following questions : condemning noy vote !-igaiubt raising the prices, say save large ,
Office opposite the Court House. Just Received.- .----- 1. Were these lands appraised by officers that some persons in September 1853, undertook to bodies of the best of these lands from specu- I Although I had thought that the appraisers I.:

October 28. 1854. IT i, appointed by yourself, or with the assent of speculate' on a poition of these lands lying in Marion lation. On this point we regret that we trEat had placed a proper valuation on these lands, t t
"------ T EMONS, Guava and Currant Jellies, Prunes, and llernnndo Counties. I have already issue with Mr. Walker. He in the letter
and disinclined
the GoV'rnor-or what had in Sumpter was therefore, to increase the
agency you
s. s. KNIGHT Pickled Brandy Peach I ,
Pears Sardines, Oysters auction
that those lauds were offered at public
Ie', Preserved' Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger fixing the prices of these lands ? I. shown May 1852. Fifteen months afterward, no one tale to which we have referred, says-" One gen. price, yet I was unwilling,.in the face..of the I

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT 1! Green Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrap, Rasp- 2. is it, or is not true, that about the year in having applied for them, one gentleman did enter tleman did enter nineteen thousand acres declaration made by Mr. Yulee, to consent to '.,

TALLUf SEE. FLORIDA. Iterrj do, Strawberry do..Pine Apple do., and Ginger 1853 one or more of the gentlemen appoint. nineteen thousand acres, doubtless on speculation and doubtless on speculation, nnd this is the only the sale, and voted to reject the application.' ; 'Ji

September 1. 18C:, 05 I I I do, "Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon Pickles, Lobster Scotch, llad- ed by you to appraise the lands Marion, this i is the only speculation or attempt at it that I have speculation, or attempt at it, that I have Iu this vote I concurred with Gov.* Browne': .t
---- dock, Hdlibut and Shad. Assorted of. But the fact that one man in September "
heard heard of.
Sumter and lieu nando formed a Judgo Brevard and Mr. Austin and .
copartner- I : dsagreiwith
WILLIAM SCOTT Ale and Porter. with the hope of making a speculation, chose <
30,000 Havana tins.I Ship with other gentlemen, and purchased to buv land at fair prices which had been iu the market If we could say that this was theonly [ Mr. Walker, in whose opinion the price I "

AY7NEY! fA T LAW, AMES A LIVELY. on speculation nearly all the lands then held! ; fifteen DJlIuthcl.IIUti which no other man had applied speculation, or attempt at il," that we had of the lands was sufficiently, high. On the

MONTICELLO, FLA. : January 5, 1856. 1 in Mai ion, with much of t e b'.st in the adjoining for surely firuishesno good reason for doublingthe heard of, we should feel that we had, per succeeding day, viz: on the fifth of Decem-

_July 80. 1858. 80_1 1 jan j -- Ii counties ?-thus speculating on his value of the lands in Levy and Alachua. and ad haps, acted hastily and prematurely ; but j ber, at another meeting, of the Board,'a proposition
LIPIJ INSURANCE.THE I their ? (lin''" fifty per cent to the prices of the balance of the such was not the case. We had heard of 'was submitted increase
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, or own appraisement liLIS in the State, whether tying in the East. South, the'priceof :
NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO :3. Is it, or is it not true, that you were Middl' or West The fact that these lands would not what we considered an attempt, and a strong the internal improvement lands in the '

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ACCL-MCLATED CAPITAL,. .. .. .1000000. yourself one of tho parties who entered into bring the appraised prices at the public sale, and then attempt, at another, and we acted promptlyto counties of Levy and ;Alacho one hundred |j

MONTICELLO FLORIDA. j qMIJS Company issues policies on the lives of the copartnership with your appraiser or ap-. remained so long on hand shows the prices were not arrest it.Ve will state the circumstancesas j per cent, and of the ,remainder of these lands :6
_1. White persons for one or more yenrs or for the prai-ers, in this grand speculation? too low. It will not do to say that all the land in we recollect them : in the State fifty per cent. To this proposition i. "
practice in the Courts of the Middle Crr- whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. the State shall be put so high that nobody will buy In December, 18T, Mr. Yule, as President i- I dis&ented .
WILL 4. Is it, or is it not true, that as soon as will on together with' Mr. Walker
that buy ;
issued for fear sanguine spec
and Thoui and Lowndes County, Gl.arro Dividends declared to the insured on policie thorn persons
of the Florida Road
these lands secured the that becaww one wan applied to Mr. and disagreed with Brooeqe Bre
\ 22. 1856. 12-ly for life.PLINY were by Company ulation. It will not do to say (ov. Judge
MORRIS FBAXKLIN, Pres't they were found to he worth from one to bought a large body of land at feir prices, that there., Walker, the Register, for all the internal improvement vard and Mr. Austin", and 1 now proceed t<' J
&c.O FKEEJIAS, Actuary.- fore, body else shall be compelled to buy them lands in the counties of Levy and '
Glass Oils, White Lead, three hundred per cent. more than their appraised every givethe reasons which influenced my ,action
*2T Applications received in Tallahassee by doable Even if one man Lad bought large
at prices. Alachua but notified him that be would
f\\ BOXES Window GUM atsorted tizes, 100 January 19, 1866. B. C. LEW IS. value, anJ" the prices raised accordingly body of land at low price, it would not do to say suspend actionAsIhavestatedJhadsuppoedthest&
__ his
U U Ken White Lead pure, extra: t No.1. ? that every body else shall be compelled to buy them application nntil a meeting of the had fixed A, proper' valuation-

8 barrels Linseed Oil AGENCY, OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. 5. Is it, or is it not true, that one of jour at very high prices, and thereby enable bim to sell Board could bo had. On receiving the infor. these lands;-and u,:many of tinny rjlhg i ir

5 Lard Oil, C.\I'I'AL. .. .. .. .$500,000. appraisers, being a member of this land speculating out at uign prices also. malion, the Board, convened, and Mr. Yulee different parts of tire,State bad remained UE -
,'' S'?. Zine P irt, The State owns about fifteen millions of acres of was He stated substantially '
present by request old for several
of tbe above Company did sell out Lrs entire interest year! thought! I mfef iatV .
undersigned Agent ,
company lwier
2itekh Paint bbls. and bol bold theta .
e* Fin-proof ( J THE land. It i ii'not. her true policy to
that he knew the
2 Latr4tl.Trl Oil! bbl.Copal Varnieb, receive applications for and make insurance at an advance of largely oven one hund than she can get fair prices for them. Tbe sooner she fact that a company I ly presume they would t -Dot be likely to Celt l\ i -

Spirits Torpeotla fa barrels *tJ at retail. mgainjtloMby Fire on Brick and Frame: Buildings, red per cent u-pon the nmcunt of-money he can dispose of them to actual leltI't'". who will conic or companleihad been formed to purchase so greatly/tip; enhanced pric,' and te f

AMES A .LIVELY. f Furniture,Merchandize d(. B. C. LEWIS invested J I: m and. at-sist bar fu fighting her'ooUllji and paying the good lands lying-within striking distance time,'o'wi'ng'to the differences b vthe 1 *! >
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: -- the fearful crisis to this hour we have Triumph of the Constitution.The What 'Is the Difference Flllnore Abides by bis 'btee4Cftts"
to '
2osed to exist, we might be obliged up
t' & onrnal..r to believe Importait Testimony fro. a ..
t trt to graduating system. In! addition JtoriMsn battled hard for the cause of the Democracy, army bill passed the "Honse 'on the 80th The Know Nothing press appear epaa
1 1r : this, I was indined to believe that if the which, as God is our judge,.wo believe to be August, with the revolutionary proviso stricken out. that there is really a preference be- bit PersoB. %
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settlement %fl -.r-- The vote on its was 101 yeas to nay ,
ard: could incidentally invite a passage tween Fillmore and Fremont on the question Hiram Ketchum, one of the; most
TALLAHASSEE : the cause of our glorious Union. But for the Among the yeas were 21 from the free States, 17 of prominent %
t these lands by offering them at prices abide in faith. The fu. whom are Democrats and 4: Fillmorites. Every supporter of slavery, and they seem quite indignant { men in New York, the friend and ardent
present we can only
enable them be sold .4 -
.iich, while it would to of Buchanan in tbe House voted for
\\ould' i bl> equal to their value, we would 20 1856. ;, ture is vague and shadowy, but the mutterings the bill.-Florid tan IZth.present when a Democrat ventures to differ in opinion ; admirer.pf Mr. Fillmore, has lately written a
Saturday, Sep. Floridian obtain its information with them. Mr. Fillmore's advocates in letter to the New, York Courier
thereby pot only add to the credit which the of the distant thunder are yet i in our From what record does the : and Enquir.

r t svbteni was designed to give t, the different DEMOCRATIC TICKET- I ears. Let no one fear that ho will not be free States! voted It is for true concurring that/jntr in Fillmorites the Senate from amendment tbe this State base their opinion on-what?- er, justiff ing his support ofbat[ gtntleratn.

raiiroad// companies, but we would likewise i I needed in the action of this hour. The signsin to striko out the revolutionary proviso," and Really it is hard to tell; but one thing is certain Its statements are' not without interest-in
be instrumental in increasing the populationof but one, Mr. Dnnn of Indiana, voted against striking!
found their not only
Democrats opinion, Florida well New York.
tho firmament indicate there is
the fount without which it occurred to political out. Bat it is not true, according to any analyseof :
4 me a railroad could no* be so well sustained. JAMES BUCHANAN, work enough for all. Earnestly appealing to the vote which we have seen, that every "sup-" upon Mr. Fillmore's antecedents, but on what The argument of Mr. Fillwort's friends j in

Mv views had inclined me to believe that not OF PENNSYLVANIA.FOR the Democracy of Florida on the great '? sue On porter he of contrary Buchanan there in the were House five voted"supporters for the of bill.Buchanan his Northern friends say of him. We have the South is, says tlje} Savannah Georgian,

only, the State at large, but the railroads which signalizes the present contest, we say present in the House, who voted against the already copied articles from Northern Fillmore that his views on. the subject tof her peculiar
themselves would be benefitted by the influx bilL They were Barely of Pa., Albright of Ohio, I
VICE PRESIDENT, journals, declaring in distinct and unequivocal institution have trodergone
obvious stand by your candidates. With hearts true Knowlton of Maine, Sherman and Oliver of New a; change since
it to I
Vf mind f population that the ,products as of their labor would my, J. C. BRECKENJUDGE, and liberal, let not personal considerations York. These men wefe all elected as Democrats.One .- terms that there is no difference : the conclusion of his Congrmional career.
of them of Pa, has been renominated asa
Barely r
'by the amount of the increase, add to the success OF KENTUCKY. overshadow the cause of your country-a Buchanan Democrat, and declared bis intention but between him and Fremont on the slavery They do not-they can not: deny that in

of the enterprises. But whilst these cause sufficiently broad and national to command a few days since in the House to support Buchananin question, and below \vo quote from the N. Y. i Congress he uniformly} voted with the men
themselves to mind I FOE GOVERNOR, this contest If they have been read ont of the Commercial Advertiser another which
views presented my the of pre-eminent and most hostile to our section. They can not
approbation party, or voluntarily left it, it only proves that Buchanan
was unwilling that the lands should fall into MADISON S. PERRY, leading men of all parties throughout tho has lost the votes and influence of five Demo- puts him ahead of Fremont as an anti-slavery I deny that when the qaesttorV Was? slavery in
the hands of speculators; for it must be mani OFLCIIUA crats.-Sentinel,Stpt. 16 COVTY.FOR : extensionist! The Advertiser is
high au of its tM list Of
fest that in such hands none of the results to land. In the sluggish and nerveless movements any : ayes or nsys
which I looked could have occurred. Inasmuch CONGRESS, of our political foos in this State we From what record do we obtain our information thority. It says: headed by J. Q. Adams contained tbe name

as this application was rejected and as GEORGE S. HAWKINS read that lack of honest and spontaneous en. ? From tbe'Washington Union, As between Mr. Fillmore and Mr. Fremont, in the of Millard Fillmore in immediate association'
be the N. Y. Journal Commerce and the N. matter of prerequisites for the Presidency, no com-
to entered -
the lands were in market subject of with that of Joshua Gi This
OI" JACKSON COt'NTV. thusiasm which a great an noble purpose in- parasons are admissible. Even on this very slavery dingi. 1 is his-;
at the appraised prices by Mr. Yulec or Y. Tribune, each of which papers classifies question, which the Courier at present regards as the which dare
spires. They begin to feel, if !not to see, the tory no man impugn.
anybody else, it became necessary that some main and only issue, it is unwise of the Republicansto
FOR ELECTORS, the vote precisely as tho Floridian did. It is
action should be had by the Board in refer- forcshadowings of defeat. No electric! thrill I provoke a comparison. The only vote or public I.! But years have. elapsed since those vote
nee to these prices. As I had voted to reject M. A. LONG, GEO. W. CALL, runs through their broken columns-they pre- not true that "Albright of Ohio, Knowlton of act of Mr. Fillmore that can be perverted into a seeming i were given. And )Ir. Fillmbre's Southern
Yulee's I was obliged, to ,V. D. BARNES.FOR I and I Maine, Sherman and Oliver of New York"were I favoring of slavery was the einging of the fugitive I I friends convince
:Mr. application bent no gallant determined front-no : slave law, which was signed because constitutionally are attempting to themselvesthat
be consistent, either \ be willing! to vote for TIlE SENATE, I vigorous and self-reliant tread, prophetic of elected as Democrats. Sherman is from I passed by the Representatives of the people in Con- I I those years ha"e'roug lt a change in
increase in the price or withdraw my assembled. It was an integral of a grand
some Ohio, and not from New York. These men grees part
objections and allow Mr. Yulee to take themat DR. T. B. LAMAR. I victory. Knowing their cause is meritless I I compromise measure which tbe Courier and Enquirer I I his opinions on the. subject moat vitally affecting -
their appraised value. No proposition to and unpatriotic, they base a lingering hope of were all elected as free soil Know Nothings, has often endorsed heartily and unequivocally. Is our interests. Has such a change occurred .
and have acted with our contemporary prepared to that Mr. Fremontever .
the Black say
'I : Republicanson
allow the sale to him was made after his ap FOR TilE HorSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, success upon the supposed personal populari. expressed his disapproval of that compromise, ? .

plication was rejected at the meeting on the p. BROKAW, DR- 0. W. PARKHILL, ty of their candidates. What strange infatuation every vote. Barclay is the only one of fugitive slave law included ? Or that he would not Mr. Ketchum, who doubtless knows his
4th of December. The only propositionmade those mentioned the Sentinel who have signed it, in the same circumstances ? We
in reference to the matter was the one C. CHAIRS, Why should Democrats vote for Mr. I I imagine it is not prepared to make any stand upon ser,timents as well- us we do those of our

the and as I considered Walker or Col.! Baker? We would make no ; sent to Congress as a Democrat. He acted I equal ground. The reader has only to look at the most intimate personal and political friends-
price, I
adopted Notice. with his the election of votes of each gentleman when respectively in public '
tho increase, in view of all the circumstances allusions that would be offensive to the party except on life, to find that Mr. Fillmore it immeasurably a thus answers the question :
and] the results which I supposed tgp The Rev. S. P. RICHARDSON, Agent for the friends of these gentlemen in our advocacy of Speaker (but did not vote for Banks) and on better antislavery extension man than John C. Fre / support 3fir. Fillmore for the Presidency,

would ensue, too great, I, in conjunction American Bible Society, ill visit the following placesat the claims of Col. Perry and Judge Hawkins, I the army bill. lIe voted against Dunn's mo- mont. because nf his veil known antecedents as a

with Jlr.:\ Walker, voted against it. I the time specified in prosecution of tie object of his but the would I tion"on the 30th June, to restore the Missouri In addition to this, the reader will find into.da's public man, and because I hare seen no ni.I .
I have thus given a brie statement of what agency: on contrary, express our high dence that he those antecedents
I Compromise, while all of Mr. Fillmore's paper a quotation from a letter written I rejects and
occurred before the Board, and of the reasons Pisgr.h, Leon county, Sept. 13th and Mth. i personal respect for them on account of the supI I because I am satisfied that he abides by those
which influenced my action, to which I will New Port, 21st. I many individual merits they possess. But we I porters present, except Mr. Valk, voted with I by the lIon. Hiram Ketcham, a distin. antecedents, and distinctly places Mmelfvp.

add, that, although I may have erred in the Tallahassee, 28th. I ask again, what claims have they upon the I the Black Republicans in favor of that mo I tinguished lawyer of New York, who puts his on them before the country.

view I took of the matter, I can with safetysay Quincy. Oct. 5th. Democracy ? Have they ever advocated thc> I tion. On the army bill, however, he sided I support of Mr. Fillmore on the ground that What are his antecedents upon the subject

I was and could have: been influenced by ilonticello, 12 tho I of ? Have I with the enemy, and gave out, according to ,! his antecedents, his whole life and his well of the extension slavery ? YOU know them,
no" motive or desire other than to discharge Waukeena, 19th. principles our party they ever known sentiments make him gentlemen, as well as I do-they hare trtrI
I the telegraph, that if the bill passed without an anti-slavery
the trust confided to me according to the The friends of the Bible cause are requested to coopErate contributed in any wise to the dissemination I Ii I and always been opposite to the extension of
best of my humble judgment and ability, andI in rendering these meetings effietice.Correspondents. I and success of Democratic principlasor? I the proviso he should go home and stump the' extensionist and opponent of the Kansas act. !I slarcry. While he was in public life, that

am satisfied all the other members of the I I have they not, on all occasions, through I State for Fremont. That declaration Mn-De- i And this indeed is the ground taken by all I was a settled question under the Missouri

Board were actuated by the same feeling to I many years residence in Florida, thrown i mocratized him, and hence our statement I Mr. F.'s advocates in the North. Compromise. By this Compromise, an territory i

discharge their duty faithfull)'. ESAU";" has been received, upon the sub- themselves into violent that every supporter of Buchanan present I Believing what is thus said by Mr.\ Fill- north of 36 dcg. 30 min. was made '1
I am, very respectfully, &c. I and will be inserted with positions- antagonism I moie's and authorized is free territory, and all south might be made
:M/D. P \PY. ject of Rail Roads, I to your party ? Certainly they have ; in the House voted for the bill, Barclay! being : neighbors exponents, : slave territory.The only questions, therefore 1
llcf.Eurp when the author complies with our I a Democrat necessarily a fool" who} thinks
: regarded a non supporter.
I and are now the candidates of a party seeking I upon which; his principles upon the subject
A Great>> 'letor) : ;rnl', which icquires the name ofacorrespan- i i the overthrow of your principles and the I Two Fillmoreites instead of one, as our there is no ground of preference betweenhim i of the extension of slavery could l be tested f fII

One of the greatest victories ever achieved i dent to ensure attention. Send it along.- destruction of our party organization. Who, neighbor has it, voted with the Black Republicans and Fremont on the paramount issue ofslavl'r.r were questions a* to thv acquisition of 1
bv). the democratic party, is the late triumphof I We have: received a large number of letters I in favor of the ?" What says the Sentinel ? territory which' must become slave territory. <
the democratic Senate and administration, i then, in God's name, comprehending the present revolutionary proviso. I To such acquisitions Mr. Fillmore and the 1
over the Black Republican revolutionary) j i from East and South Florida, some ol which I emergency and its dangers, can with I Their names arc Geo. G. Dunn, of Indiana, Female College. whole Whig party of the North were oppos- i

House of Representatives, in finally passingthe ; I have been delayed on the way for several I coolness and forethought abandon his priuci I and F. S. Edwards of New York.: In another column our readers will find an ed. I have shown above what were Mr. *
army-appropriation bill without the Kansas weeks, upon land cilice and other business, :I Fillmore' opinions of the repeal: of the Alis\
I and the The Sentinel
pies go over to enemy. ; makes another misstatement. advertisement by the Trustees of the Tallahassee
proviso. There can be no doubt that and will: be attended to Monday:\ and Tuesday I I souri Compromise.Now .
this happy result is owing mainly to the next. We make this statement here, to I The Democracy have presented candidates It says, "Barclay has "been re-nominated as a Female College, announcing the commencement the only question is-:-Has he chang.

firmnebs and patriotism of President Pierce, of equal personal merit, if not more political Buchanan Democrat. Altogether in error, I of the fall term under the auspices ed these well known opinions ? Has he altered -

and the democratic elements controlling the save us the trouble of writing a multplicity experience, in the persons of the eloquent and neighbor, as the following paragraph from of an entirely new Board of Teachers. From his position

Senate, and preponderating in the constitutional of letters. gifted Hawkins and the high minded and the Union of the 9th} inst. will satisfactorilyshow :i what we have heard of the new Professors, He has accepted the nomination of toe
party in the House. Our own Stateis I W American party. I }have neter been a member -
placed under a peculiar and heavy debt of O-:: The members of the Democratic Club patriotic Terry, who is indeed one of Caro- I you : !1 we feel authorized in congratulating the Trustees of any party: but the Whig party. When

gratitude to them for this noble act of patriotism i of this city were profitably entertained on I lina's noblest sons," (as there arc others of i! CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATION"I .-Tie Democracy of I I upon their fortunate selection, and the he received the nomination, he was in Eu
and self denial, for Florida more than 'fhuJ sda) evening last by Messrs: F. L. Villepigue i! equal nobility of character from Georgia, ..! dcctlv the 24th misrepresented District of Penn"lvRnill-now by Mr. P.arc'ny: !: -have so impu.nomi- | citizens of Tallahassee upon the prospect of rope, where he had been many months previ

any other State was interested in the pass and J. Dozier Broome. Notwithstanding i i Virginia, Kentucky, New York, Scc., who rated! Hon. James L. Gillis for Congress.! :Mr. Gulls *[ having in their midst a Female: School of ously. The platform of the principles of
of the Army bill. Without its passage j is a'firm and unflinching Democrat, has bold that party accompanied the -letter informinghim
age a strong
the exhaustion of sub- the reputation of our State,) entitled to | high character. Mr. Grant, the President,
apparent political: grace
the army would have Leen disbanded:: and all on the confidence and affections of the people of his of his nomination, and requesting his acceptance -
operations against the Indians in our State, jects, the speakers succeeded handsomely in the confidence and support of every Demo. j I j District and has served for many years with marked I has in Georgia a wide reputation for scientific i of the same. lie replied to that

.- would have ceased, except those carried on imparting additional interest to the occasion! crat as old landmarks that have hitherto aided 'I distinction; in the Legislature of his native State. attainments. A private letter from a gentleman letter while in Europe He; most, I adroit,

by the authority of the State. Consequentlyour resulting in the enhancement of the general the Democracy of Florida, when new and unexpected | The Sentinel ought I to correct its mistakes, I who has: known him for thirteen years be regarded as giving his general approvalof
State would have been thrown immensely Will it do so ?ti "There is in Southern the platform upon which his friends nominated -
I spirit of excitement prevailing with the Demo troubles have arisen and f.sohedt1lem8c.h.cs i! says: no man Georgia
in debt, or our people would have been i i i For the information of readers will him. JVW gentlemen, I ask you to
into our we Alabama who stands
crats of this community. momentous issues. Then or higher as a Principal
left the of those who know : that clause
: at mercy savages i publish platform any or para.
no mercy. Had President Pierce been a I Messrs. Charles E. Dyke and J. B. Gal- why take up arms against them who have i I here give the names of those elected as Demo- I or Professor than John A. Grant." lIe has graph of it, in 'ithich, by fair construction,

mere pol tician he could have made immense braitli will address the next meeting of the thus; been our fri"nds and borne so conppicuj I i crats from the free States who support Mr. I been President of Andrew Female College, Mr. Fillmore lias repudiated any of his ante

capital for his party against the Black Republicans I Club."Porter's. j I ous a part in the struggles which have contributed | Buchanan : I and was, at the time of his election to take cedents upon the subject of the extension of
of the North, by suffering the defeat l\I.uxE.-Thos. J. D. Fuller. slarcry.-You did not quote that platform !
I so vastly to the and glory of charge of our institution, President of Randolph : -
of the bill. But his duty to the j power but of date and.with the
one a prior history
army NEW
I YORK. John John Williams I'
New of the Times. Kelly, ,
people living on the Western and Southern I the Democratic party. No, no, fellowDemocrats College, filling also one of the professorships I of which I hano knowledge. :
frontiers precluded such a course, and he \\T Tc have received the first number of this do not do it, but stand by your princi- :I John .Wheeler. The latter gentleman was : in Andrew College, both in Cuth- I HIRAM KETCHUM.If j

was too great a Statesman, and too good a new journal enterprise, conducted under the ples and friends-not with tho fiery wrathof first elected as a "Hard," hut was reelectedas bert, Ga. Mr. A. L. O'Brien, one of the any reader wishes to know the antecedents J

patriot to he contrelled by such motives.Nor .- auspices of the accomplished Porter, the lion fierce fanaticism of the covenanters, but in I a Democratic Know :Nothing. He has t other teachers, is likewise a Professor in I. of Mr. Fillmore, which his friend so '

;. course would in his him.party They have tolerated are well any able other to- critic of the sporting circle in this country. It the serene and self-contained temper of our I since fully returned to his position in the Randolph College. These two gentlemen positively- asserts that he has not repudiated,

meet and vanquish! all of ,their enemies upon contains a communication (Con UE CHASSE) own revolutionary sires, who fought not so I Democratic ranks. bring with them extensive apparatus, thus let him read the following extracts from one ;

any ground that they may present, and there of peculiar and rare interest, graphically de"scriptive much in passion and impulse as with patriotic I NEW JERSEy.-George Vail. furnishing the school with all the paraphernalia I, of his letters ,written during the period of

fore never resort to dangerous: expedients, of a thrilling adventure, by a partyof "indignation." Having every confidencein I I PENNSYLVANIA.. Florence. ,John Cad- of a first class College. They are gen I his service in .1 Congress :

fraud or c1ap.trap.-Xeu-s. well known gentlemen, after game in the the justice of our cause and the intelligence wallader, Jno. Hickman, J. Glancy Jones, tlemen of large experience and untiring energy I "I BELIEVE THAT PETITIONS TO CoJRESS *-

WHERE WERE TIlE FILLMORE MEN ?-As ; wilds of Florida, written by a gentleman of and patriotism of its advocates and sup- I' Asa Packer. and are determined, with the cordial co. ( ON THE SUBJECT: OF SJ-\VERY OR TOt

our readers are already aware the lion. J..1.v. fine literary attainments residing in Quincy, porters in this State, we shall await patientlyand i hVI.\'OA.-Smith Miller, '\T m. II. English. I, operation of the friends of education, to buildup II SLAVE TRADE OUGHT TO BE RECEIVED, READ

\ Whitfield a native Tennessee, and the Fla. We shall insert it in our columns at the confidently to herald the glad news that ;I ILLINOIS.W. A. Richardson, Thomas L. a Female College in Tallahassee which I AND REPRESENTATIVES RESPECTFULLY OF CONSIDERED TIlE PEOPLE !I"BY THK

rightful Congressional Delegate from Kan- earliest moment practicable.A Florida, like Kentucky, Alabama, Arkansas Harris, S. S. Marshall, James C. Allen. Mr. shall attract to it the confidence and support "I AM OPPOSED THE ANNEXATION OF

Fas Territory, has been rousted from which his teat has and North Carolina, has gone for Democracy Allen has been ousted from his seat by tho of all the surrounding country. Our citizens, TEXAS TO THE UNIoN, UNDER ANT CIRCUMSTANCES -
in the House of Representatives, !
been given to the Black Republican Reeder.On Word for our Political Friends and the Union. It will be a heartthrilling I Black Republicans, and the election t to fill we are sure, will extend to them a warm welcome !- so LONG AS SLAVES;; ARE HELD
examining tho vote it will be found,"that Throughout the State. announcement as it passes over the wires I the vacancy: takes place in October. 1\Ir. and second all their efforts in so noble i I THEREIN" I CONGRESS
tbe 'Black Republican' crew: and every This, perhaps, will be the last number of with lightning speed to our far distant friendsin Richardson has resigned, he being a candidate an undertaking.Of I i THE CONSTITUTIONAL, POWER,' IT POSSESSES : -
friend and of Mr. Fillmore in the I .
suppoiter the Floridian that will reach many of our the North and Northwest, who arc battlingwith I for Governor of Illinois. Professor Lignoski, whose name also I TO ABOLISH THE INTERNAL. SLAVE TRADE
House from the free States, including Fuller,
of Pennsylvania, and haven from New York, distant subscribers prior to the elections in abolit on vandals wildly bent on tho l\hCIIIGAX.-GCO.. Peck.' appears among the Faculty, it is useless to : BETWEEN TilE STATES I"
voted to turn out !Mr.\ Whitfield ; while every October next. Thus believing, we feel called destruction of the Union.A i IOWA.-Augustus: Hall. speak. lie i is well known as among the OF
Democratic supporter of Buchanan in the upon to warn our political friends in a special I I\COxsIx.-Danicl! Wells. most accomplished Musical Professors in the SLAVERY IN TilE DISTRICT OF

House voted side by side with every Southern manner, and with emphasis, that the political Florida Law>> School.We I CALIFORNIA. W. Denver and_ Philip T. Southern country. His name has heretofore COLUMBIA !l"
Democrat and Know- ,
Nothing Representative-in favor of- Whitfield. Even Mr. contests of the present day are no longer a invite the attention of the public to I Herbert. proed "a tower of strength" to the many

VaUc, who has heretofore showed himself su strife between parties, but a contest for the the advertisement of Chief Justice Baljiell) I With the exception of Mr. Barclay, these Colleges in Georgia and Alabama where his tbe THE result MAIXC in Maine.ELECTION.It-has There terminated ia no question just as about Was

perior to the Black Republican influence, preservation of the Union and the hearth- of this State, proposing to establish a Law are all the Democrats who were elected from services have been rendered, and, we doubt generally expected. Tbe traitor, Hamlin, for Governor -

gave way upon this question and voted with stone rights and privileges of our dear native School in the city of Tallahassee, for the instruction the free States. In not one of tho other free not, that it will prove equally potential in this I by 10 to 15.000 majority, *]large majority of tie
Southern of :Mr.\ Legislature, and probably four out ef the fire Congressmen -
the majority. supporters I South. We desire to impress it upon the students in Jurisprudence, comprising States of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts his old home.IowaVermontltlalne.. elected are Black "Republicans," NoV

,Fillmore, how events long!Knoxtille will you close.standard.your e."c8to I minds of our constitutional readers of both all its branches. This is certainly a i Rhode Island, Connecticut and Ohio N the Democracy must make up on the Presiknnal
passing question, and carry tbe State. 'two years ago the
I parties that the only hope for the success of most laudable undertaking on the part of i did the Democrats elect a single member. Republican"* candidate for Governor wu eJected by
Further from Kansas.-St. Louis, Sept 2. is be found It is a significant fact that in not one of 16,456whichisaboutthe samessnow. There M *
their blood-bought principles to Judg3 Baltzell, who, is eminently fitted as a The list above, omitting Messrs. Allen and
A correspondent of the Republican, writing the 'States here enumerated, did a separateand great deal of no iH over this little affair bat there II
from St. Josephs on the 27th, says that the now, at least, in the triumph of the Democ- jurist, and gentleman of general intelligence Richardson, shows nineteen Northern Demo distinct Fillmore show itself at DO harm done.-JVh* York Daily JVno*, Stpt.ll.

country between Grasshopper and St. Jo. racy. It.our (party is defeated in the present to initiate the student into the elementary crats in the House only. Seventeen of these party The Sentinel thinks the result in Maine settles
the recent elections but in each his friends
sephs was full of armed bodies of Free-Soil- national contest, the confederation is broken, principles of law, and the rules of practice, voted to strike out the proviso in the army the question that Buchanan cannot be
coalesced with the abolitionists. This fact
crs. Men were moving along the western the Union dissolved. It is useless to conceal thus preparing him for the important dutiesof bill, which proviso was put there at the instance elected by the people.7 Well, if the election
border of the Kickapoo Reservation, and have been shows, what we have repeatedly said, that .
this fact from the
people. They his
profession. of Geo. G. Dunn, a Fillmore electorin of Buchanan. Maine such
depended ,
; Captain Scott and JOG men had gone in that view of at the Nort i Mr. F. stands not the slightest upon
Then in
direction to further accessions too long deceived already.) Indiana, and not one against it. might be the case. But fortunately there a
prevent any fact Democratis What Mr Fillmore has done. possible! chance. And yet, with the clear
this to --
lo the pro-slavery party; they are also stationing heart-sickening every Other States besides Mane, and when they
strong bodies along the Northern now assigned a high duty-the duty of 1st. He pardoned men proven guilty by Putnam>> Connty. knowledge that in many of the free States shall speak, we inclined to believe that

frontier to prevent ingress or egress. The sacrificing all to principle. Madness\ would, the Courts of the country of a heinous of. The Democrats of this county recently there are no electional tickets for him and the result will a the editor of the

Missouri river is so well fortified that no free indeed, bo ruling the hour if Southern Democrats fence-one which at the South, has scarcelya held a meeting at Pahitkn, and nominatedWm. will not be, his friends persist in running him, to be a most wretched prove prophet Sanl
t_ State forces can approach by that route.- from and thus seek to divide the South at a, time
The pro-slavery party are said to be Arranging personal preferences or private counterpart. G. Mosely Esq., for the Legislature.This .- when union is indispensable. to beat back But what light does the( Maine elpctioa
plans for speedy concentration on Law. prejudices were to desert their party and its 2<1. These abolition negro thieves had stolen is a capital nomination, and will be en- throw upon Mr. Fimor' prospects! Wi'
the abolition hordes which threaten the
rcnce standard bearers at this crisis. It has ever not one, two, or three slaves, but seventy- dorsed by a majority of the voters of Putnam.As overthrow the editor condescend to enlighten his read*
characteristic of the membersof of the Constitution Why will they persist
OUIO GERMANS FOB BUCIIA Ax.-\Ve been proudly six from forty-one oiencrs. far as we kave been advised our political ere as to that? I we nodwstAaA the
in this ruinous and suicidal ?
have published accounts of gatherings of the Democratic party to vote for issues, 3d. They had taken them, too, not to holdas friends in the counties of East and South --- folly tion of parties, Mr. }'iore'a friends, p.

: Germans for Fremont various parts of the not for men. They have ever sought to elevate slaves, and to realize pecuniary profit, but i Florida, have been very fortunate in the selection 0:7" The Washington correspondent of has any in Maine fused wills the Black Republicans.

country. The Cleveland Plain Dealer of the part, as a party, without relation to to hurry off by the underground railroad" i of intelligent and popular men as the Pitlsburg Post says : They with the abolition

;. the-26th, contains an account of a rally] : of 5,. the individuals comprising it. They are, to the free States and Canada.4th. candidates for office. ( have good authority for saying that not enemies the South joe to beat down and destroy

: 000" Bock Germans and Breck in that Club.city who" have formedn after all, merely the means with which we Mr. Fillmore pardoned them at the instance An important and interesting incident con less than six old line whigs of the United the o fr of the Sol They nude

are to work out a great purpose. No matter of abolitionists. States Senate are in favor of the election of
nected with the proceedings of the Palatka common cause vUh the Black Repu1,
DEMOCRATIC MASS MitETixa.-Cincinnati, whether other candidates, national or State, 5th. And Sumner, the reckless defamer of Mr. Buchanan to the Presidency. They are
meeting is the appearance of the name of Messrs. of Mo. of La. and the tU defeat of ih* Democracy .
Geyer, Benjamin, i
: Kept. 5.-A Democratic Mass Meeting was might or might not have been popular at this the South, rendered the opinion under which Dr. J. H. Verdier re should humiliate
old line its that
I'oombs iseerns
held at Tip canoe, Indiana, on the 3d inet 'Whether'the wishes of Whig, as of Ga., Jones, of Tenn., and Pratt -a fea' t us.
z. A letter to the Enquirer of this city says that juncture-no matter Mr. Fillmore acted. chairman. This announcement will occasion and Pearce of Maryland. That is a strong & and extor from i words of!
the people have or have not been complied} 6th. Mr. Fillmore did not tho and valuable addition to the friends of Mr.
40,000 persons were present John. C. grant pardon .I feelings of agreeable surprise with the rebuke at the treachery of its faithles lp

Breckinridge, Hon. 8. A. Douglas, Gen. Cass, with-this we know, that the candidates of till after Gen. Scott had been preferred as a Doctor's new political friends in this quar. Buchanan through the country, and points to I Mr. Fillmore cannot get up a distinct
the old line of the Union
,. Ex-President Van Baren were present and a. the Democracy, without solitary exception, candidate for the Presidency-holding it in ter. they ought to whigs the course party i such States as Maine Vermont and

Vnong the speakers.Breckinridge embody and represent the most fixed aud abeyance from May to August, 1852. -, pursue.- Iowa, in neither which was h heard' !

t at Home.- -In 1855, the city durable principle; $thnt.their victory will be 7th. These abolitionists were thus enabledto "Reeder for Buchanan." '. Thanks !P' muttered our bachelor friend, howls hate b o ;;President I If.K.*
eet .
:of Lexington, Ky., the home of Mr. Breckin the victory of good government, and we may go North and shriek for freedom" louder The Know Nothing papers say that Reederis no more women in heaven-they can't get friends instead fighting tile enemy Jai'

ridge, was carried by.the Know Nothings by mournfully add, that their defeat, will l be fol. and longer than ever, and to stir up a greater a supporter of Mr. Buchanan. Greeley in. Their hoops are so broad,they wIll haveto their force*'to hiaczghibe *J'-14tedI: '

101 majority.. Id 1856 at city election; they lowed only by general l ruin. It I fa,well to be strife-contributing much to the present deplorable says he has contradicted that lieS until he is go the broad road! None of these fash t '

oo had the 72 4tb majority inlt.jtie.!. .In Democratic the the election majority held was grateful to our strong men-it is necessary /state of 'feejling in all the Northern : tired of it." If the devil knows big own best, ionables can ever crowd through the narrow Nothing is rnort* t W Vd. i'frl)

.' one Irandred and cighty-lwo. for us to be true to. ourselves; All I through States. I Greeley ought to know who Reeder supports- gate." \ lila than i ttnfl.i .


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; thigh and Par- 12.aen. Richardson
ST. LomB, Sept. D, Ol.
Fillmore wiy be belierw "honestly" thnt 11. Wm. R., Hale, of Wabash. ker In the leg. Al V UJtWw*

'the spirit of FREE MASONRY TS ESSENTIALLY The same paper contains the following: The Pro.Slavery men, contrary to the or- of the Kansas Territorial militia, has been ALL persons interested are hereby notified that the .,

OPPOSED. THE SECURITY OF COALITION ders of Gen. Reid, burnt all captured by a free-soil band, bat was liberated administrators of the estate of LOT- -. _
nearly of the
BETWEEN FILLMORE appV tothe Hon. Wayles
THE CITIZEN TO THE IMPARTIAL ADMIN-- AM ick Oren deceased, will -
ISTRATION OF THE LAWS AND A DUE FREMO.VT.The Fillmore State Conventionof houses in Osawattamie. by Lane. Great alarm was felt at Leav- Baker. Judge of the Cjreuit Court cf the Middle Circuit '\TOIP IS ETq'.th le5tioa

REVERENCE TO.REL1G ION." Indiana have just united with the Fremont They took some forty bead of cattle, a enworth City, in apprehension of an attack of Florida intiLy oCTaIl.ha.Hoo Saturdaythe for Ee.r Pr.idept.t, Y I E-lt
or Black Republican part of them being the same that Brown and 25th day of 0<&>berneit, for authority to soil the of the > !
This of Mr. Fillmore ; party, by nominating by Gen. Lane which was rumored in of Unite Stt .t1 .
was language on the his had stolen from the as following real ettai*. situated io Leon county,State cinct Counties j ,
same Electoral ticket party Georgia Colony i t a otb
I a certain occari in New York some years for the State. If six horses contemplation. Gen. P. F. Smith had ordered Florida to-wit: three hundred and twenty acres of DAY 4t dlof l prizhiaorsftrnthereofto *
any of our Democratic friends have been feeding two wagons and one car- land more or less, io Section 16 Township 1, Range aa,time prescribed
back, tliirinp- the existence nf thc' anti Mnoiic themselves up with the hope of a divi- riage. four companies of the U. S. forces t :a, South and West,embracing the late residence of by law.: The number tl mane Eet t b chasm i i _

<; part,under Ae !lead of J-.iu; **u .: y -ion arn-v g the American and Republican On the same day Capt. Hays, with forty tect the place. : the said Lovick Greenland' i also one Land Warrant.No. three. _
13, 755, for 1GO acres of land the- property of whereof I hire hereunto, aet
In pj
men attacked the house of the testimony
Adamsvlncli .ciroimccl Five Masonry as patties, upon the State ticket they would do notorious Lane still at Lawrence -\ith indications .
Ottawa no Alcey Green and Joseph J. L. Green (a minor) heirsof hand, aDd caused'to U affixed the S of Ike.
: *'essentially.rrrpo.aoil 1 (to the Fccurity of thevituu.'Ut well] to give up that hope as utterly futile. Jones burnt his house and killed intention to leave (hat tovrn. the said Lotick Gr cn. fszAL.1 State of Fda Don at the Cptl.4a b the
The friends of .Mr. Fillmore should now two Abolitionists. Jones fled to the cornfield ALCEY GREEN. AdmT City of bace. 80th' n '.

to the impartial administration of the I go to work to secure a majority of the was shot at.by Hays and is believed to Facts Without- JOHN DUGOAU, Adra'r. A. D. TA1. th E ry BROKE _

laws ltd a ave Kvtnnce to re1i ion.*' And ; lar vote of the State of Indiana for him popu.if be dead. Comment Pr WxLcta Wwrr their Attorneys.Sep. OOer Frd

\dIr.. FiflmM" does not hesitate to join a I| they) succeed of which we have no doubt; About 6 p. m. on the 2Gth the: Abolitionists THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW HIM. 20.'M. '- 8 3-6> By the Gofernor. Attest F. :-

?-\.' Knew Nothing organization, with all the Eh.'ctoral'Ote will be cast for him. Letthen' numbering about 250 men, came within I NEW You, October 1 0, 1862. DR. R. N< GARDNER, L VwIGt

it lt solemn obligations, and even become its I he no clashing between the friends of about three quarters of a mile of our camp tJr Mrs Hardy,No. 119 Suffolk street, writes us OFFERS his professional services to the citizens Aug.O,2856. .st.p.F,

Fillmore and Fremont, because their cause is and attempted to surprise us, they no doubt bbc has been troubled with worms for some three arid surrounding country. Office i ..* All the paper b the State copy until day of
eartf.fistc f-ir the first office that can he conJ think that forces had been at Oentreville. : election and send bills to Comptrollejfa office.Valuable .
our much ,
weak .
one cause. Let th energies of the friends of so years, and that she used one vial of Dr. M'Lane'g Cel--
1.rr&I bc the people. It is matter of his- ened by Reids march Osawattamie Sep. 20, 1856. 38 I .
a each be directed against Buchanan, and we on that ebrated Vermifuge, prepared by Fleming Bros, Pittsburgh .

tr.ry'that: ; cannot l he questioned, that he be- 1 will have uo more slave soil. to curse our gov we would retreat and leave our baggage ; Pa, which brought away over fifty large Fresh Arrival Plantetioir .

S.n life as the candidate of the anti-Masons ernment" but not so ; the drum beat and soon every worms. Her usual good health immediately returned. Sale. _
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camp ready battle. Seeing
inimical Quigby, No. 182, Essex street,New York, under -
violently to a benevolent society because Desperation of the Enemy. that we were ready to meet them they fled. date November 23, 185!, writes us that she 45 1 BAGS Rio and Jam Coffee, THE.Plan tat lew Unoirri I Cotton Land, belonging
: of its secresy, and attains the climax ofiticonMbtcncy The most of the men were in favor of( 25 Boxes Soap the estate of the late J fin W.Gotten.situated
j Reduced to despair, the Know Nothingpress them pursue had a child which had been unwell for better than 5 Starch, ten miles East ofTan"haet.! for.Ie The
t the ing but were from Ncr i _
by candidate prevenied
becoming of a doing so two months. She .of
j procured a bottle MLRnes! Ver- 4 Candy, tract 90 acres of first rate land, 1000 ,
resort to
political] organization designed to be as secrets ;, every conceivable trick in order by Gen. Atchison.On mifuge and administered it. The child passed a large 2 BWs. Cider Vinegar, which is cleared. Ou the precises: are nerroe.cab-

: : thf Masonic invitation. What for to better their prospects. Tne last effortof the morning of (the 30th a council, quantity of worms and in a few days was as 2" White Wine Vinegar, ins, gin house and screw, and other usual plantation
a man I this sort is as follows, which we find composed of the field officers and captains of it had been. 6; Crushed Sugar, improvement all in good repair. There is an abn _
Parents with such
;.n iiitclligeiit; j peoplf tn be called upon to sup-' copied the different companiesasheld: mid ever testimony 2" Pulverized dance of good water on the place. For terms o
into the Baltimore Patriot from the Philadelphia before them, should not hesitate when there is any 2 Stewarts Syrup or other information apply to the subscriber in
pn.l.; Mssms of riorida! is it not too bad j large majority of tho-e in council it was decided Boxes TaI1
Maccaroni .
5 F.R.
hassee. GOTTEN .
Bulletin : 'I reason to suspect worms, and lose no time in procuring -
tint you should bo importuned to stultify I I Iyourilvfs to fall back on Indian Creek until we and Dr. 5 Vermaeilli, Aug. 30, 1856. 35 _
administering M'Lanc's It
I It WITHDRAWAL OF MR. BUCHANAN. could get more' provisions and ammunition, I Vermif-ige. 10 Baskets Heidsick CLampainge, -
SI) fir :is to vote for a man not I never fails, and is perfectly safe. -
t It is stated that Mr. and to enable the soldiers composing the I 8 Casks Ale and Porter,

- only opposed to the c ha it table] institution yon made a piopusition to Mr.Bieckintidgo Buchanan at really the army to become better drilled and disciplin- I C3 Purchasers will be careful to ask for Da. M'- t 1 Bbls." Peach Pot-Ash. BOSTON. JB. _
love Mid but who has ed. LAKE'S CELEBRATED VEHMIFCGE, manufactured -. < P'-
on '
reverom-f. every Whoatiunds: the by "
: yesterday, on subject of his 2 Apple
('cc.a ion duri'.ig his pat life, ,'xhi'.ir.t\: the! Ithdra wuI. The plan is to g"pt\1 r. Donelson On the 31st the army took up the line of i FLEMING Baos. of fittsbttrg, Pa. All other Vcr I g M. Best Spanish Segars. This Celebrated Racer -

inoi-l bitter bor-tiiity to 11.(, in-tituti .,f Ilso \vhhdraw, and unite the Democratic march and encamped at Cedar Creek for thenight. mlfuges, in comparison,are worthless. Dr.) M'Lane'e For sale by Il II. BERRY.
t and American I genuine Vermifuge also Lia Celebrated Liver Pills Sep.1356... 37 [Sent.copy. 1:7) AND
.H'r't., Wt..11] I twrnirv: nrv.lnt; tickets in the persons -- ( ,
.; : :; tune i 'J.
iI I I of Fillmore and Breckimidgp. Such a ticket On the 1st September, (;'n Atchison resigned can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores front -

:.mi on uliaf oecfl-ion tLis tk-funct politician[ Mr. Breckimidge thinks will be likely to his commission, and Gen. Reid was genuine without the signature of C6 Notice. FINE STALLION

}has not presented 1 himsflf I I as a nightmare to succeed against Fremont and Diyton.: .rt'hat elected in his stead. I FLEMING BROS. DURING my absence from the State, M. D. Papy TTfILL stand at my Stables, two miles South-east

Our arm-, which had consisted of 1200 Sold at all of the Stores in i duly authorized agent J. H. BULL. f T of Qtiincy.on the road to T Tallahassee the ensuing .
the South! and her interests; that he has not I is ta; he done about the two pi:itforms does Drug Tallahassee and Sep. 13, 1866. 37Charleston -
not Nor had now been reduced to half that amount 'I by one agent in town in the South. Season.
leveled his lance, spurred hi? horse against appear. have we learned what res every ---- -------- -- --
ponseMr.. Buchanan made are now stationed at Indian Creek, and from BOSTON, JR.,
the -
proposition. ----- --- ---- So. Ca.
------ -
the institutions: : that AVC of the South respectad the last ihformatiun I could get the pro-sla Lost. --- Was sired by tbe famous Racer Boston, by Timol- ;

support. very party numbtr only about 1000, men in : WM. M. LAWTON & CO. Ion, by Archy; his dam Sarah OtifforJ by imported, e -
-__ Of course, every person not an idiot knows the Territory, of which number GOO O N Thursday the 18th iust.. a black morocco Pocket Zinganee; Grand dam.by iinported argraye. Be w' _
are encamped Book, coniarningtwo ten dollars Gold pieces, a Mahogony Bay about fifteen hands high, well'
The Xorlhcru Democracy Waking up. that this whole story from beginning to end at Indian Creek, and 1000 on the one two dollar bill (bank not recollected,) and one formed, and finely] muscled and was raised by James

"flit'te-n papers are filled with the i i'S nothing more than a falJricttion-an out north side of Kansas river near Lecomp- note on Burk, amount not remembered, pay ----- ---- Long the owner of Boston. In short is such a Horse
ton. able to William Spence. The finder will confer a WM. M. LATTTOX, R. WAINWBIOHT Bxror, as is seldom offered to breeders of fine stock in this
11101 tbrillirg accounts of the great Democratic and out falsdJOod-roncoctcd and set afloitj The pro-slavery; party have eight pieces of favor and be liberally rewarded by returning the JOSEPH T. DILL, WIXBOEN LAWTON Ja. section of couu'ry. '

mec-ting held on the Tippecanoe .battleground j with the sole \ie\v of helping Fillmore and I art hlerv and plenty of horses fur cavalry, but same to me. JAMES S. HU T. Sept. 13, 185C. :37-4m BOSTON, Ja. run the fastest Two Mile Race'
( September 20,1656. 3S ever run over Cut Thompson's track in Maryland.- _
on the fit 1 intt. The vast assemblage damaging Buchanan. But how desperate i|: they need an efficient regiment of infantry. I Notice.MISS He stood two seasons in Virginia and all his Colts

:1riru-h-, et-tunated at from forty to must the Filhnnrites have become when they The abolition foiees in the Territory Tallahassee Female C. SMITH will re-open her School on Mon were large and actire. _
I 'j TERMS flO for the Season *15 insured, the
t. .tu.-viijd descend to such and not exceed 1200 men ; they are drilhd, and the 6th October next. Her terms are : *
iixty : was composed of Union men unworthy contetnp'iblemeans ,I Oollo&o.rrVHE ; Money, in either ca e, to be demanded should the
each one of them j i& irm--cl with a Beecher twelve dollars per session of five montl!!. The first I
of ail pacos, who! are now patriotically battling I to aid their Milking cause. Buchanan i Trustees of the above Institution Mare be traded sold or otherwise disposed of. 80 a
I I and (;iiddings Prayer Book. They have two take pleasJL session will commence the first day of October, and I cents in each rase to the Groom.
\\lih thf fl.;' Democracy. for the :: withdraw !-how ridiculous., With 1 IO electoral pieces of artillery-one they took at Franklin I ure in announcing to the public that they have eud the last of February ; the second commences in I For further information apply to the subscriber. .
I. I succeeded procuring the amices of a Facility from March and ends the I last of July. Scholars will be ,
('omillumcm.1 andinJcil existence of our : votes as good as secured to him from and the other they got at Lecornpton in I: whose well kn \ni ability, experience and success as ch.rged from the time they enter School until the H.H.BROWN.

iialiona coifL-dfracy ami the bIeings flowing i i the South-with Pennsylvania and California I exchange f .r the brave Titus, Donaldson and teachers, they can guarantee to all who patronize the end of the session during which thev enter. No deductions Quincy Fla., August 30, 18S6. 85-3nr f
I others. I Ins-titutiou, advantages to tbo of made for illness.
I equal ! i ; theiefroai.: Amid the shouts and exultations : ceitain t) give him thirty! two votes mo e- Ammunition and provisions are needed J in the Southern States. It. is sincerely hoped Sept. 13, 185C. 37 Just Received
: :
of the ninltrtudc were heard the] voices with a better prospect in New York, Illinois I aii-i-i a number of infantry that will enlist 1 1i that the people of Florida, Southern Georgia, and --- _
men East Alabama, will evince by their liberal PER II WILLIAM R. PETTIS .
!' IJrecLhsridgo, Douglass 1 Ca ?, Preston, I Ie.1 I Iniana.iicliglII! New Jersey and Conneci i for the war-those that are \\illiig to do II I j their preference to home Institutions, and patronage.thereby Tax Collector's Notice.I I HIID3. Clear Sides,

Clay, fcon of the immortal Harr\. of the 1|i! ticut than Fremont, who i is his only real com- I their duty as soldiers. and no others. j evade the considerable expense, the many ri.-ks and in- I' PROPOSE to be at the following places at the I 1| 0 3" Shoulder
j j conveniences of sending their! daughters far from times specified below to collect the Taxes for II
Wet, and other distinguished sjieakers, addressing I pettor: outside of New York, that he should! home. 1 prime Sugar
I "TilE OLD SHIP OF STATE" the year 1856. for State, County and Railroad. Taxpayers 1 Choice II -
the outstretched sea of human forms even think withdrawing, with such a certainty I The Institution i is furnished with an extensive ChemIcal will please be punctual : 2 TierceJ Sugar Cured Hams

ii bllgutgmd spirit that occasioned cheer I of his triumphant election, and that I I rnE- Philosophical Astronomical Apparatus, also Saturday September 20, Bjrd's Store, Miccasukie, 2 "Lard, .
COMroSLT EV A .fI: THE LEO EMOCE.\TIC' i with Music! Instruments of all kinds and any number 22. Ctntrevie 1 I. 06 Oil ;
upon cheer to arise that echoed through the !I 3Ir. Breckinridge should be the man to pro. I GLEE CLUB, AND SINO BV THEM WITH GREAT ArI'Ann requisite.The ", 23, < CO'8. Mills, 25 Bbls.! Extra Family Flflur. .

surrounding forest This meeting continued j i pose it, is too absurd to be believed except I,I the second exercises MONDAY of the Institution in October will next.FACULTY .commence on I 1 26 24.,Hodgson Tbompkin's Distillery Old Mill, 25 6 "" Superfine Syrup. fc; _

for two a gullible Know Nothing. The l'cnzicil-i AIR-A Lift on the Ocean Wave. a 26 Roach's '
days. i i 3 : X Roads, For Sale for CASH, by _

Right on the Let-1 of this demonstration followed l. j I ranian notices the falsehood thus : The old Jjliip of State is staunch, JOHN A. GRANT, A. M., Professor of Mathematics I 27, Young's, Lake Jackson, li. H. BERRY.
Her timbers] are truo and tried and Natural Science. I 29. Fort Braden. Aug. 16. 1856. S3
the DemnrTti<* tnrrh-liirM I We the } 30, Jackson's Bluff.
groat nro- above from ihie
; copy paragraph i i A. L. O'BRIEN. A )L. Prfts.r of Language and
With a I Democrat) at the hit-hi: ,
cl'Hi'l1 ia the city of New York, the most I Philadelphia! li.illr'in of !ast evening. i iI i ij fc'hiviI; breast the raging tide. j!i MOral Science.j Tux.Collector, Leon Co. Dissolution Co-partnership.

biilliant! occasion: of the Kind! ever witnessed i I The editor of that paper is a member of i ii i With the Constitution sure, j j> MRS. L. E. GRANT, Principal of Ornamental Department. THE partnership heretofore existing between John
: Broome and Robert Heir in the weighing,storage
the Chri.-lian Church and i
in that! city t ,. as admitted by the Herald and !i day after- to-mor- }For a compass and a guide, j jShe'll I MISS L C. GRANT Assistant.B. TAKE NOTICE.-When not at the precincts : and selling cotton bjutness'i.i i this day dtssotredby
altar j above named I be found the Store of
{ row will once more bend his knee at the can at Drug E I
1 other: }Black Jli-publScan 1 prints. The I'rocc'so.jOl1 of: God, with the! pro'ounu: !,Jf'ol1\idio1, And the raging storm outride. ELIZABETH LEVIN ESS, Assistant Teicber :nml C. L. D. I August 11, 1856. 33'

was five milts !long, and it i is estimated I j; that in publishing! this paragraph; lie forged i I iu Mu&ic. Sept. :, 185ft 3i-t *

and utt"rel a lilivrate u'llIalifi.d"Iwk.. i iI i Chants. \, Bv order of the Board of Trustess.Ta1lahaeSep.2fl I
that from 50,000 to 40.000 were :in the linei j Notice to the Stockholders of the New Co-Partnership. :

!i t.;".: ir '. houiv: !,) ;pass a given. point.- ,i,I I sale lie. I j To your j osts, ye gallant crew, I: -------', -6G.---83----- Pen. &. Geo. R. R. Co. HEIR JOHN P. COLES have this (.
It will }be son that, it i clear and straight Ye Dfniuciats: tried arid: truo- i iAVf Law School. ROBERT a co-partnership in the business of

Ti.erejv l"ty JihiiJof; m::?!c. The bani !; out stiiteu.eiit which renders the guilt: of the ,I will: !}II:. t to the gloriou.voik! ) ;1 weighing storage, and selling cotton and also to make ....

'cr:. devices, insrrijilions, ;. "' ': ..ilp : kiifivr! ""ho fabricate4:i i it all the more da'im-! j i And drive ''jir safely: through. I rrllE '1I11l-r"ine,1] in the City proposes<-f Tallahassee to e.-tablish! for a the LAW instruction *-=jjyt.j?_- eFfE liberal advance on cotton-sent to their c:1re.HEIR t I

p ]blemscre} of every kind. In inwere j'J V('.(':'iOIlt. ; 111'!. I Ii i i of students in' Juiisprudence: comprising OF THE PE*. & GEO. R. R. Co. t & COLES. I
: 14, 1856. 33
t. five full iigg-d thiji! =, manned }iybo\s> i; The oath! of poor :tice' Tol.y which broke j ji I j temped is raging \ortli- ; Constitutional History and Law Common Law, Commercial Tallahassee, Sept. 8th, 1856. f August- .- -- -- --- -
i from him in regaid tf) the dy'n: soldier] wis i'is fierce and black as night- ana Criminal Law and Equity. "VTOTICE is hereby given that an instalment of 10 I
! and men, rigged out in regulai' sailor'h; (In-.-;. I\1 we are told wiped out by the tear of the angel j! The thunders loudly roar j His design is and his endeavor will be, through the _L per cent has been called in on the subecript'oj I i Plantation Goods. _
The crow of of the consisted medium of lectures, examinations, recitations aud to the Stock of I Ihe Pensacola and UNNY Baging, -
one ships of 1 I who refolded it, but a lie like th:8o'o And the lightnings! Hash their might. > Capital Georgia G
communicate of these
j Moot Couils to a knowledge payable at the Office of the Companv Kentucky ..
} eighty: men in the dress of the navy.: The 1 j: cold-blooded and malignant: !, will stick to the j Stand firm to your noble \voik I!' respective! departments of the great system of law- on Company.thc first day of October next. Cut Nails,Rope.all! sizes,

, streets through which the procession passed l hypocrite who made it to the last day of his i And ave the glorious l land ; | to instil their principles into the mind and initiate the :. H FLAGO. Sec' and Treas. Wrought Nails, 6, 8, d 10. _
': liVe. Your c< 'intry calls, ye \\ill not fail, !j student] into the rules of practice, thus preparing him S.pt 13, 1856. C7-tf Cotton Osnabnrgs
was in a blaze of light A* miles in extent.L .- ;, ;I i: for the important duties of his profession Cotton Yarns.
But firm and Imin'Rnnd.. i iTo '
L from the I I ; 'I j Tallahassee' is favorably situated for affording facilities I Low
Altogether, account? we have sc-en priced Tobacco
i II I Tin: Sox OF D.XIF.LV fUiTER ON Tim j, your postsc.. !I in aid of the plun proposed n.t only to students 8500 REWARD.A Tbomaston Lime .
it was a magnificent and imposing di.plaJ.- I from all parts of Floiida, but toth"se also from
STUMP: FOR BUCHANAX-While the son of j REWARD of Fi'c Hundred Dollars Potash-a superior article for making soap.
The Democracj- the North and WeFt are i I When Jcfierson held the helm, South Georgia arid Alabama, the Supreme Court of is offered by citizens of Tallahassee, forth -ALSO- tA
takes tile for Buchanan the District Court of the United States aud
i Henry Clay stump the State with sufficient to
just beginning to move. Stand aside oppo-!i and in the West Fletcher Webster I And Jackson, the soldier brave, the Circuit Court of the county being all held here, the apprehension or who proof maliciously cnvic small lot of Summer Clothing which we are selling _
person persons
Breckenridge ,
j'Ii I We met the raging storm the Chancery Court of the latter being always open, at reduced prices. G. A J. MEGINNISS. _
ing and dismayed factions, and let the re- i] Rail Road building on Tuesdy: morning the 2nd instant .
the oldest son of the illustrious sage of I And broke the threatening wave; giving opportunities of hearing arguments and seeingthe W. E. DANELLY, Agent I Aug.16,1856. 33t

.fcistliiss i columns march on to victorv! Maishfield, is doing the same thing in New- i And he who we'll make our guide pleading and practice in ull of them. I Tallahassee, Sep. C, '36. 36-3t [Sent Cpy. I 1 1
The course will be divided into two term*, exclusive FLORIDA INSTITUTE.W .
England. He lately addressed a large Democratic Will steer us safe and straight. 1 only of the two months of Augu and Septern- _
Let Floridian's Read. meeting at Portsmouth, New Hamp lie knows the way. his arm is strong, her and the short period) during whic'- the Chief Justice Liver and Sale Stable. i I Y. P E Y TON, A. lU. President, 'J'i :

We clip from:11 exchange! paper the following He has a gallant mate. will be absent on official duty. undersigned gives oo- i I (ASSISTED BY COIHTTEXT PROFESSORS.) f '
i shire. &c. The first session will commence on the second JL tice, that be has purchased rr'HE exercises of this Institution will! be resumed' :
I To
doctoral ticket published in the columns your posts, I Monday iu October eflfouiu the Livery Stable (f._ I J. Monday the 6th day of' October next, at 9 J. "

f. of the I-'remont and Fillmore papors of The Movements in Kansas. I THOMAS BALTZELL. William H. ewsom,in Tallahassee,together with the !I o'clock.A.M. ," t ;
i I To the mast, then'nail our flag; Sept O, 185C- 38 good will of the cstabliehment, und that he is now I It is important that Students entering then should" \ _
: Indiana, showing a complete fusion between !! Correspon.Ieuce of tbe St. Louis Republican. Let it flash in the morning's light- I A Adverti-c-r, Apnlachicola; Watchman,Thomasville; prepared to carry on the business in all its branche*, I. be present on the first day of the session. .. '_ _

: abolitionism and Know Nothingisrn, to defeat ;: C\)11' AT }IMHAX CREEK, J\yr. T. Sept. 2, 1S-j With Victory" on its folds i Argn Bambiidge; Sentinel, Tallahassee, will please and promises the public with good accommodationsin 'i he COLLEGIATE pcPAfcrazSr embraces a full and 1 ,
COP' twice and send Li Is to Advertiser. his line reasonable terms.
I ) 'ntire of Ancient Mathematics and
course Languages
i the i number of different I To cheer in the .. .. i
: National Democracy in that St te.- A icports having noi us fight. I -- -- -- --------- RICHARD SAUNDERS. the usual English branches taught in Southern Collget. *-' t

Here is a fact, alarmingly foign1f cant, the i doubt reached you concerning the battle of The raging storm may roar I Southern Lottery K B-James T. Herring is my duly authorized The Labratory is supplied with a new and I
I I Osawaltamie, I propose to give a correct account I And burst on our gallant bark al'nt and has. entire control of the business repre splendid. set of Apparatus, with Charts Maps te, F'
statement of which is sutficient It ON THE
impe I I of the dings. of the Pro and AntiSlavery But we'll stem the treacherous Hood I me as fully a if I was personally present The FBKFARATO&T DcrAKTVasr will embrace all '

-jtfords cs no pleasure to comment upon such parties in- this beautiful Territory of I And safely reach our mark. Havana Plan LQttery RICHARD SAUNDERS. the studies taught in High Schools and A demiea.- _
:' -'- -- --- Sep. 6. 1856. 36 Great attention paid to the morals and conduct of
& state things. Let every body read it and Kansas.On To &c. Stud .
your posts, MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS. nt! '
then inform us wl.at difference there is botu'ecn' Saturday' the 23d of August, we left University of Louisiana. EXPENSES OF TERM: t

Black Republicanism and Know'ithiiigisrn lour camp VVt-stport, and took up our line Later from California. I 7,605 PRIZES 102,000 DOLLARS MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The Tuition Fee for the- Hirer Branches |15 00

,. I'' of march for New Santa Fe, at which place 1)I:HAM)I\G OF THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. For the Common English Branches 6 00
at the 1 ,or:h. 15,000 Numbers.JASPERCOUNTY "lIE Annual Course of Lecture in this .
we arrived the same day. We found about I NEW YORK, Sept. 14.-The steamship Only Department Contingent Expenses, 1 00 I 81 _
ron PRESIDENT : 480 Pro-Slavery men encamped. On the weeks -- -- wilcomrnence on MONDAY November 17th Board can be obtained in the city at moderate rate*.
Lair has arrived with two
George ACADEMYLOTTERY. 1856, and will terminate in tlie eusuing March.
Payable quarterly ia advance. I
JOHN. FREMONT, of New York. 24th we formed a regiment, and selected Col. later news. Judge TERRY had been been discharged James Jones, M. D., Professor of Practice of Medi- I I For a Catalogue or farther.information, address D.

t FOB VICE PI1ESIDF.NTv : I P. II. Rosser of Virginia as temporary Com and the Vigilance Committee dis cine.J. B. ClAyton, Assistant, Tallahassee, Florida. .

\ L. DAYTON, of New Jersey. I mander-in-Chief. On the 25th our force had banded. All the prisoners confined in the L. Riddle, M. D.Professor of ChernLslry.Warren II August 2.1856. Sl-6t
increased rank and file.Ve then THE STATE OF GEORGIAJCLASS ] Stoue, M. D. Profefsor of Surgery. _
to 1,150 Committee Rooms had been released, and i[:BY AUTIIOKITY OF
I A. H Cenas, M. D, Professor of A Plantation
for Sale.
went a permanent organization, selected restored. Business
was improve
quiet was Gustavus A. Nott, M. D.Profesor Ml ria Medi- .
George W. Dunn, of Lawrence. Atchison as Major-General, Reid as ing. The mines are exceedingly prosper R.To ca THE undersigned will sell at prrrate sale,a

Andrew L. Osborne, of Laporte. Brigadier-General Brown as Colonel of the ous. A fire had occurred at Diamond Springs be drawn October 15th, 1856 at Concert Hall J. C. P. M. I)., Professor of Anatomy. liL! desirable plantation, ten milt North _

DISTRICT ELEOTOHR. 1st and Rosser of the 2d Regiment, and gave to the amount of half amillion. Macon, Ga, under the sworn superintendence of Thomas Hunt, M. D, Professor. of Physiology and Pa- East of Tallahassee,/ ntaming four Hundred acres of _
the of forces the of Law destroying property Col Geo. M. Logan, and Jas. A.Nisbet, Esq. tholo. excellent Oak and Hickory,and pine land; One kindred .I
1. James G. Jones, of Vanderburg. name our Army" Gibert .Vance, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anatomy. and fifty of which is under cultivation. "' .
2. David T. Laird, of Perry. and Order of Kansas Territo y. More fighting had taken place in Northern CAPITAL $15,000, Te rooms fo Dieti will b open on t trd There are on the premises a eomfortaBJe .. .

; 3. John Baker, of Lawn-nee. On the 28th we took up a line of marchfor Oregon in which the volunteers were 1 Prize of . .?16OuO i is. . .$.t5OOOI Monday in Otber. house and necessary out house, with a new gin _

Wm. E. White of Dearborn. Osawatlamie and encamped that night at victorious. .. .. .5,000) is. .. .. ..5,000 Xhe Faculy visiting Pyeieifll and Surgeons house and IICI"'W. First rate well water aid good
1. Cedar Creek. On the 27th we resumed our This 1" . .. 2,000 is. .. .... ..2,000 of the Charity Hospital, aJ attnd this institution health enjoyed onthe place. For terms of sale apply I_ _
steamer brings no news importance
5. Fred. Johusonbaugh, of Wayne. . . from November to Apnl. to the subscribed, residing on the premises i
march, and encamped at Bull Creek. On 2 II .. .. 1,000 arc 2.000
C. Henry H. Bradley! of Johnson. the of the 28th Gen. Reid selected from the isthmus or South Pacific. 5 II .. .. .500are. .. .. .. 2,500 Te Students accompany the Professors in their 18M. DANIEL L. HOUCIt. I
7. "'m. K. Edwards, of Vigo. evening 75" .. ... .1 lOOare. . ... .7,CiOO ,' *, and, free of expense; enjoy extraordinary prac May 24. _' 21 _
250 men and one piece artillery and movedon REPUBLICAN PALACES IN NEW YORL.Itis tioal advantages.
20 Approximations of $50 Prize are 1,000 I
8 James Prather, of Montgomery. to an attack Oeawattaiiiie. On the morn said there are not less than a dozen private 50 25 *. are 1,250 There are during the season about eight hundred NoticeIS .

9. Thomas II. Stanfleld, of St. Joseph. of the 29th he arrived that place 20 "are 1,000 persons prescribed for daily. _
ing near residences in New York city, recently erected 50
10. John II. Howe of Lagrange. under 100 10 are 1,000 Preliminary to the Course, lectures Trill be delivered hereby given that appljcatiou'will be made to the _

:11.V m. R. Hale, Wabash.. and was attacked by 200 Abolitionis-ts which cost from $100,000 to 8150,000 7,500 Prizes of f 8} :are. .. .. .. .. 68,750 daily in the Amphitheatre of the Hospital, from General Assembly of the' State of Florida at its .
the command of the notorious Captain each, rivalling in rnagnificei.ee the royal pal the first Monday in November on Clinical Medicineand next Session tar a charter for a Rail Road, item the

The New York Albany Tribune, t'e; lea. Brown, who commenced firing upon Reid aces of Europe, and inferior only in point of -7:805 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $102,000 I Surgery Auscultation and Percussion, and ither Town i f Quiorj o. its Tincinity.Jo the GjKfrgia, line _

: ding Fillmore paper iu Indiana, has the following from a thick chapparel 400 yards off. Gen. magnitude. The most elegant dwelling in Tickets 810-Halves $5-duaHers S2.5O- subjects, without any charge HUNT to "tud, M.ts D. Dean. in the the Quiney direction and of Bainbridgd Bainbridge Rail, Georgia Road., to' be called _

ticket at the head of its columns : Reid then formed his men in an open prairie, tha city, is reported to have cost about 8250. Prizes Payable without Deduction. The TOMAS Charity Uosi-ital elect Aug. 16, 1858. S3-3m

For Piesident: and Major Bell fire upon the Abolitionists 000. In one residence that has been fitted Persons sending money by mail need not fear its anualJ' in April, fourteen Resident Students, who .

with the Artillery loaded with grape. Gen. up in a most gorgeous style $54,000 was expended being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communications a matipedby the institution. "'
Reid then made a successful charge upon in four or five of the apartments-a confidential Bat'k notes of sound banks Sep.6,185& 38Savama'Meca NOTICE.

Vice President : them, killing 31 and took seven prisoners. single room being fitted up at a cost of from taken at par. :" -a--- ,'.,.

A. JACKSON DONELSON. Among the killed was Frederick Brown. 825,000 to 830000. mediately.Those wishing particular DLttbeu should order im College. Drs.;Taylor & Maxwell. .

Electors for the State at Large. The notorious John Brown was also kill.cd in. KANSAS DISPATCHES.-Chicago, Sepi-,12. Address JAMES F. WINTER wi commence on the first MONDAY Intut -HAYING formed a -* ,e&r tk -' .

by a Pro-Slavery man named White Private letters received here from Kansas Manager, Macon. GeorgiLSt'p. bet ; and be continued for four Months. the paUlo 01 T.1J.aDd. its TWcinity. -
%v. Dunn of Lawrence. .
George attempting to cross the Marais de Ciqoe. 20, 1856. 38 R..D.AmoldM.D.ProLTbeory and Practice :*,
Andrew L. Osborne, of Laporfe. Among the prisoners taken is the son O. state that Lane was meditating an attack on Medicine. -. Tallahassee'Aug. '. 1U& S2 Sent.eopyAdmhtistrator's
District Elector C. Brown, of Lawrence notoriety ; he will be \ estport. Uov. Kansas Geary City has and reached Independence.Mo. his field -of Wood Ware &C. Woman P. M. Kollosk.and M. D.Pot,Obstetrics and De. : -7- j .. :. .

1. James G. Jones, of nderburg. humanely treated, and set at liberty when JUST RECEIVED PER "REMINGTON"From W. G. Buloh Cndre M, Prof. Principles and Pra&ee Xotic ,:. .

2. David T. Laird of Perry. the war is over. duty.TilE New York : of mcntkcmft date, I wfll exhibit' .. edtooU .
3. John Baker, of Lawrence. The other prisoners taken were shippedon OLD SOLDIERS FOR BUCHANAN. J. G..Howard, M, D, Prof of Anatomy.E. SIX rondien to the Judg tf Pn baU my" Gwb- .

4. Wm. E. White, of Dearborn. the Polar Star, and a.: pledge enacted of. Sixty-two U. S. pensioners were paid off l last CEDAR Tllbs. Shaker Brooms H. Martin 1 D..Prof. Institute of Medicjra. deli oounty.a.adsnistato,, i i'r 'eBj-wso 0 _

5;. Johnonbaugb of Wayne. them never to return to Kansas. week, by Captain Joe Green, *the Pension "" Wire" :J. B. Read,M.Prof1tMe and M.JamplldeDce ,tto estate of John h ,hto, of Hid -eoaatj deceased -
Cotton Lines .
and '
of the Hooped apply fcr a fin l astOeaeot and dis-
6. Henry II. Bradley, of Johnson The Pro.Slavery party had fire wounded, Agent at this place. As an Flour Pails Cotton Rope M. D..Prof of Medical Chemistry.Jos. charge from the adminutratioo"saH sataU.

7J; Wm. K., Edwards. of Vigo. none believed te be dangerous Capt. Boyce true,spirit that animates the veterans,. it may Wash Boards. Blacking .J..Wel1D. Dmontt of Anatomy. LEWIS S.. .Adm'>., '".

8.,' James Pratber, of.Montgomery.tt ., received a wound in the left wrist; Frank be stated that they were for Buchanan to a .. For sale' by R. H. BERRY. J. H. wadHD., Faculty. 'r. .ladgbtobiawif..

Thouiftj} S. Starffi Id- of St. :Joseph. Gordon In the loft shoulder ; Jackson in the man.-Cincinnati Eriq. S&p. 13, 1858 'r. [Sent copy. S Sep. 8, BS S'j't.l8,1858. 37fcaMr. .


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NEW c'o"bs : .- Sefonn-Hedical 'College. TO THE P BLIO. 'important to' Housekeepers, B AHLIE.& WHETAKEE, I Dr.. McLANE'S

\ aOOD 'G8. I DO CERTIFY that m the year 16.I visitedDr. FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS.Arthur's General Commission Merchants, ,CELEBRATED

: W. Infirmary at for the
JOHN PRATO RIO US, THE Eighteenth AODU*! Course ofLturs in this purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing NEW PORT, FLA. VERMIFUGE.
will commence on Monday
CANOXE of the noee and eye. My note was TSOKA" 'A9DLIVER
of Mr.
MERCHANT in November next and close on the first day of Patent Air-Tight purchased iture't '
TAILOR two odownmenta Marhfolown. from al entirely gone before I visited the Dtr. bide HAVING (of the RICHAKMON Dealer I la Made Having reeive very deep my cheek ad my frvitt and Toma- tender friend. and the .
Ready Clothing and of of a splendid a uicentio o abot ,to, preferring Fred ,) we to oar publicour
Stt Gerga p8io eye. I am happy and proud to say tat Mosely CANS This article so services In the Receivingand -
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. College Spec- lo Winter Ute. etDIVe Storing Buying Selling, Two of th. b.t' Preparations of th.
Pptioos. did relieve me, and had it not been ( my having t ly in the East and Northern Stat season, Forwarding of Cotton and Merchandize. A...
and Facilities, and a Instruction uso
--- mens extreme cold, bad weather) I
expose myself very and friends And
t introduced to the citizens To our patrons we return our siocf'reI
t fF A MJ @ tml under from the New direction York of and the other Faculty.cities Cadavers do blev that would .have had no return of the surrounding country by the undersigned who has now thanks, for the patronage heretofore extended us, and I I They are not recommended
procured second time
visited the Doctor and he
the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincinity for hope by our attention to their interests .in future to
SPRING AND SUMMER FACULTY. relieved me again; and 8 fa as the various reports the coming season. I is only nejessary to call and merit a continuance of the same.. as Universal

L. BANKSTON. M. D.Professor of Phyawlogy and about the Dotor's injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these and the recommendations of P. K. BAILLIE FLETCHER WHITAKER.New )

CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.I Pathology and Materia MediC they are positively false. As regards Dr. }Ioseleysski the persons arice used them to be convinced that Port, Fit July 1st, 1856. Cure-alls but for

AM now receiving an extensive assortment of J. T. COXE, M. D..Professor of Principles and Prao in the Treatment of Cancer, I know of they are the best, most simple and economical articlefor I Iar simply

Cloths. Casaiinerea, Votings. Drap d'Ete White tice of Medicine and Therapeutics.M. in the world that I would sooner rely on than the purpose ever offered to the public. They can Having disposed of my interest in the late what their .

Brown and Fancy Li ens. White and Figured Mar S. THOMSON, M D.Professor of Obstetrics and him. As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN.he is equalto be used by the most unskilful person withont the firm of Richardton & Whitaker. to Messrs. Baillie : of Women and Children. any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to risk of (aiture.I thanks friends and
would tender to
eillcs all of which I am prepared to make up on DIe6 slightest my my I '
I. N. LOOM IS. A. M D Prof of Botany say that.I found him to be a perfect gentleman and with a circular con and ports. ;
short notice ih the moat fashionable styles and on reasonable M Chemistry, !are supplied patrons for their former kindness confidently recommend I
terms. Pharmacy and Microscopy.I. Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with and reliable directions for put!ing up fruits to their favour and support my successors : The

ALSOA M. COMINGS A. M.M. D.Professor of Anatomy Cancer, t visit the DOOR as soon as possible and and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process in business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. ; VERMIFUGE, for
have health restored. RANSOM
and Surgery. COOPER conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper. July 26, 1856. SO !
X.ARUB AND WELL RELUCTED STOCK OF 0. A. LCHRANE.} Esq.M. D.Professor of Medical Rome August 80th 1855. A large supply of these Cane will be constantly kept expelling Worms from
and 3 Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my in Persons to themselves should
Comparative wishing supply
READY-MADE CLOTHING Cmparative Anatomy stre. :
THOMAS PERRY, Post Master. the human
Physiology. presence. apply immediately, as the fruit season is near at hand. has
in of Cashmerette Frock and Sack system
Consisting part TERMS. Rome August 30th, 1855. All Cans sold are made by the undersigned and war ,
Fancy Colored Frock and Sack lrap d'Ete Frock. ranted safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. Copper and Sheet Iron I also been
Sack and Business Alpacca Sack and Bu inel White Entire fees for tickets t Lectures. .. .. .$100 Awful Case of Ca- f'r Curod. 1856. 22 MANUFACTURER, in nil kinds of Plain and Fan administered
Brown and Fancy Linen Coats. Black D.np d'Ete and Matriculation (once only). .. .. . .. 6 May 31, cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizen I II II !

Summer Cauimere Pants Vjhite and Fancv Linen Anatomical Ticket. .. .. .. .. .. 10 THIS is t certify that Co1 S. H. Iarrii. of Craw I Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he is I II with the most satisfactoryresults
Pants. White and Fancy Marseilles Vets. Fancy and Payable it-variable in cab in advance, at the opening ford county come to me year a Can- Piano Fortes. I now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize

Plain Silk Vests Shirts. Collars. Cravats. Undershirts of the session. Graduation fee, payable before ex cer on his chin of fourteen years standing, the chin- furnish him in his line of business. He also tenders his thanksto I to various animals
bono and salival glands bad all become much lirE arc prepared to PianoFortes
Drawers Gloves, Hosiery. amination. $25. very I his friends and the public generally for the I
YV very
dc.J.OHY diseased,and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr.Harris of the best quality
pRAETORmg For particulars address any member of the Faculty, very liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been subject to Worms.
had been uuder the treatment of eminent the most liberal terms.
April 19. 1856. 16 Macon Ga. many upon favored, and he hopes that continuation of the same
and them the Dr. They are second to none in country either as I :
Aug., 1356. 32 physicians among was great SLep- any will be granted him. I The LIVER PILLS for
ard of Cha-leston. and also the celebrated Dr. Marshal to quality or price. ,
I He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all I
; of Macon who treated his case twice without Every Instrument will be warranted.
Tax Collector's Sale. the disease. He finally went to Dr. lar.shal. MILES NASH &CO. sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his I the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT !
line of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron
TXTILLbe sold before the Court House door in the as he informed mc, the third time, and lie refus February, 1856. 8 <
Sheet Lead Lead Pipes Sheet Zinc Cistern *
; ; ; Pumps all
T T Town of Monticelio, on the 3d day of Norem do anything more for him. Soon after that time and a great many other articles too numerous to men BILIOUS DE- 4
ber next. the land to wit: the E of S E Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful! cures that I tion. I

I 1. Section 8, folowinF. Range 3. N and E. Levied had made, and visited me at Grfl. us a last reer.rt. Qini1e.JUST I TO BUILDERS. j RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD- '

NOTICEOF upon as the property of Richard C. Parish, and soldto I commenced treating his case in fix weeks the ,
eatiefy the State and County Taxes Cancer was all rfmo\'d. and the sore nearly healed. Ian' ISraiKl, together with a great variety, j Tin Roofing, Guttering Copper and Tin Conducting I'I | ACHE &c.

I JAMES D. MORRIS. This case was seen and witnessed by more than live of pure AMES &LIVELY. I Pipes Ac., all of which he promises to do in the most j I' ,

I Tax Assessor and Collectorfor hundred persons. I have the Cruc uow in my possession April5lS56.. :_ ___. 14 work-man-like manner and style, and of the best ma j' Puxchasesvill pleasebe
Lands inFLORIDAABALABAMA | terial shortest notice and reasonable
Withdrawal of Jefferson County. ,and any person can sec it b\ calling at my office most terms
in in witnessed 1 Olive Oil. |I Having been engaged for the la't eight in !
Aug. 16, 1856. 33 Griffin. This case was by years ask for
THOMAS JONES, of ; SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just received ; business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to re- II } to.
Dr. J. D. MARTIN, Orifz A by AMES LIVELY. i commend himself, any further to the public a* regards Ij I
I &
Notice to the Public. Dr. C. McLane's Cele-
p I his mechanic but the
.E. W. WILSON I April 5. 2856. I capabilities as a a t same time h.
IN pursuance of the act entitled) An act granting OFFICE OK WASHINGTON NAT. MOXTMENT SociETy, U F. CRENSHAW, I I 1 i I assures all that favor him with a call, good work and! -

public lands in alternate epcMons, to the States of Washington, July 1, 1S56. I do certify), that myself, and many others, of this Flower Jars. !! cheap prices. ti | brated VERMIFUGE and
Florida and Alabama. to aid in the construction of i removed from the old! stand i iI
accordance with an order of the Board of Mana- place were eye witnesses to the above stated case, LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes Having formerly know
certain railroads in said States RI'l'ron'llcth May. A I White t Slusser he will be found his stand LIVER PILLS
as : at
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and that Mr. Harris left perfectly j prepared bytTlU1
within milt's each I public pay
lands ;
all the '
1856, lying on .
i iGrirliu i AMES\t LIVELY.i of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to writI .
for Washington National Monument to \ I.TTO
side of the following railroad* and branch named in : on all his friend THOMAS WHITE.
I heretofore commissioned the May 14, 1852. \i 185. 14 I -
agents by Aprils, '
said act to wit: From St. John's river. at Jacksonville BIafl I : Dec. 1,1855. 48NEW I Y\\
to the waters of Escambia Pcnsacola This notice i is not to be con triied as a censure on ( QJJ.\o.\; !
bay. near !
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from Amelia Island on the Atlantic, to the waters of the agents, but it is designed, to effectuate a general To ih AfllicfrtI ,of -.ml I) {'.,. itioiis.I I!| Hides Wanted.

the settlement of the affairs of the Society. The Board; do that I REEF Wanted for which the GOO [) S !
Tampa bay with a branch to Cedar Key ou certify was mOt horribly afflicted with I .HIDES SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts-
Gulf of Mexico (except the Tampa bay portion south I is well assured of eventual sue '!s in the patriotic a Cancer oa my upper lip, which called hie pain in I I. f')finn) highest price wil: be pai.1 Also Deer ,

of junction with the Cedar Key branch ;) and from : en.erpris'e in which it is engaged, but i has resolved 'scribabe.! After trying the skill (f all the most I J Jcmrnl I! and Otter skins. D.Y I LSOX TOWLE & MYERS burgh Pa. and take no

Pensacola Florida, to Montgomery Alabama have: to suspend further proceedings by agency until a Physician!that I could hoir nf nnd that i Tallahassee! September 29, 1S55. 39 I t RE: n.w receiving by recent ,

by instruction from this office been suspended from I ,plan, now under] consideration fur combining, efficiency without i cliff, I gave up my case: r.<< hopeless, anti, as i j .---- Iarrivals, from New York.afa other there
promt' titude and} safety, is matured. I with death the i ; ______ and well as are various
sale and location, until further union. I thought staling; me in f:ce. Hat f<.r- | A. n CLARKE Jonahle celecVd stock of
Given under my hand at the General Land OrHo j Rlb'lcei due fr"1 agent" oroifrrings! from in.iepemlent tUiilv! for 11 I hr-aid; (f Dr. W. H. Mosel<-y's great I| '! Watches and Jewelry, other
at the City of Washington, tLis twenty third I contributes lire to be cnt by draft, pay( l sucre in the treatment of this disease, and as a last I Irs..rt MERCHANT TAILOR, preparations now J
Consisting gentlemen's gold hunting Icv- lad}>
tt the cmhr of the Tuamitr of n. -r9 ,
day of May, 1856. I ITHOS. ll.qtun01 I placed! niysclfuutkr hitreatment: In,1 in one I'I '
al DIUKU: IN : CLOTJGT gold levers silver lever, bunting anchor and I before the
RJTrm lepine
A. HENDRICKS. Commitsionfr. ; Monument Soricty.. 'ucIJt.d in a l trr t iLc undesigned. month from tLc time he comml.I. I was perfectly j 1 public, pur- J
Bv : (iivrLBMiNs: : FVRISIIG GOODS. quartier Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral and all gold I
June. 185''; 23 i sOUhi. and have been ?'ever ince. ,
SAMUEL YORKE AiLEE.Jdv ELIZABETH JI "TOW receiving at the well known old stand for- I bosom pins and earrings necklaces gold and jt eros porting to be Vermifugeand j
Notice : 3-dtf KS ses, bosom pins and lockets fur' hair anti dll uerreo- ;
1 L\
Secretary N. M. S. 1 Clark ifc Stillmnn.
occupied by general
__ ___ ______ Butts County, Ga., May 27, IS 10. merly a and hair bracelets
SIX montbs afterdate, we will present our accounts, ----- !I as*>rtment of Superior Ready Made Clothing Furnishing I: types; gold ; a large n.'soitm
Horrible ( of Cancer Cttrrd
Hamilton f.tr tinal settlement of the I asr j finger ring ; gentlemen's diamond ins ; !
County, a estate i I pod i ia: part of articles : others in i
of Stephen Kersh late of ai-l County deceased l and j For Sale. r.v nn. w. 11. :rSI.EY.: : 1 D. I i iI I [ Fine mack Dr te,< Froth fllIwils nat'. i sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx .n'l l cornelian ; a : comparison ,.
ask to be Executorsvf said tit) ( that I was many years bodily afiTc- '. I great variety of stud. fine gold"ve->f. fob and guard :
discharged as (?hte. not ( will certify f.r |: Black and Single Breasted Frock and with
JAMES GILL. ) IF previously disposed n be 101,1 on the ted with C.IIHV.T ">1 my Lip :nn-l Chin' I I tii u i"d l nil 1 the Business Coats 1! chains, seals, key, gold and siver pen and pencil ca- i Dr: McL-ANE's, are 1
first in DECEMBER
WILLIA31.BASET.Etrs.f Tuesday! in" next, CjuitH"ietlu remedies I I o.<::11,1 I I hoar I ut. but found I no relief. 1 fully: j I I CaMiiifr do. do. do e"s, find gold, silver! and steel spectacles, gold: and silver ;
>r the city t>f Tallahassee:! 'fvtjtytvoHundred rUn.y worthless. '.
Feb. 16. 1856. __7 :an J F< ur, Acres best quality OAK and} heard of Dr. W. II. Most-ley's grit success : Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, : thimbles. ,
r treatment of Cancer afcr'tiln;: ali! vaitfl lirn at Doeskin Punts. I Fine Cutlery mid Gnus.
HICKORY LAND, belonging to the estate of Dr. Griffin and I in the weeks he had tIle C.mcf Back The NUIxENIcLane'sVermifuge.
500 Boxes Mullins Tobacco. course ( MX G
I and imrre Pants
WLit all removed. I would advise all that afflicted ,
be received during the months of Septonibtran1 in Middle! Florida; about one-half cleared amiunder 1 .r arc I i Black and! Fancy Silk Vests, .I arid fjrks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket '
TO with the, disease, to'i"it him, nnd h have I their health I j and Liver
CMuber nui.t, 4r 5uO B-ives ..f M.iis; : itsr ; fence the 1'laind.r] ia wood. I I Fancy Velvet do. : cutlery shears, sciwrs and razors; fi.l' double I II .
rted Tobacco At a pir'.. '.-t 'h.i-i; .':'. b- I'urdj.i The improvement consist of a cmnfirtaLle Dwvlling restored., He is, beyond ni kil.l of doubt, the most I|' I do. Cass. 'cl]>\ Cashmeres, i barrelled laminated steel nnd stub twit guru, corn- I II

;in New York o- any .Ow! :\.'- h.,11 ,miktt.have ; MativA 1 : ail-Pall mcvsary out \luii'ii'n.'t., : ; eood Over-e- skilful Cancer: doctor i in! Smth"l States.Cherokee t i White Marsailies do. D. B. mon guns shot pouches various patterns fine and Pills can now be had at
1 C->, Ga. EM AX U EL DOM)
tried it eea---ir: htj. ana t-xpn-e-t..' .: i1--h<- : "-I 1';I.vuo. Gii I.;:... .!,'\ :: :\'(... ('"1 n 11n ". REP E"-lr. J. D.Martin. IXOAS.. .J, -ALSOA common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps and :
satisfied *>f the fact. It t others d" the t".: .-.-. io tj.t. : ;u t'Ae'i! y 2,-_'rl oaUu-. !i.; l'ral.: : 1.lil.'m".. it.d io ( Grifn. GI.; tine assortment c-fSiliirts.Collars, Cravat!. Black, j wad*, wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths. i ii ail respectable Drug
trade particuUrlv I refer. Tit.ie givtu <.;:1 L- :-. : RI-- ,i ," !,tl|;,. V.i.!. lekc..: Harris: county ; reer Bisli'.p. White and Colored. Kid,! and] Silk Gloves, self aUu.tlug i| Silver and Plated Ware. :

D. LADDNewport p".ra ,\ ;..!.;:...; :., \ .:::;.. :1. j i'; I"" ..' n at'I.. : 'Mill! ::!. :t. Stocks, C'Jttol and Merino[ Undershirt,, Jeans. I Silver tablf, d' ert and tea silver forks i Stores.FLEMING. .
: t'. ..i., .'. .. ... I Drawers. Brown, Fiir.cy. Cotton and Lisle Thread spoons soup
July 5, 185C. 27 l 'ir -. I' Mr.I .i cli.inj :11.< us, <'1 tue pi I < Km I j jMma. ; and ladles: butter and knives
cream picklo ped! :
hi Cured. BRO'S
I ran Hose White} and Colored Cambric
tn.lr.! .
the at Beizelia: : Colum-: Srr''hlUn'a. JonJk'rchiffs.
? suLcrLlI. I ,
j forks and waiters cake and
i aptons, castors bas- :
Circular Saw Mill bia LET THE PUBLIC HEAD of arc offered to the public on rua
Agency. I ctuntv a. : whir. cnbI termi I
krts electro tea ant communion 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH
plated sets service, PA.
fllict fd, and and an'! ; as good as offered in this .- ,
JOBS I.v to the a gratitude high
I j larkel.Cal
'OHHE undersigned bas the for the sale of mercy : I
agencv \IITEHL.\I. butter 'u;far. antI cream 2. 1 //t tJs- I '. I entertain of 1)1) *. MOSELEY ns a Surgeon l arid examine.. Sole Proprietor
_L ":W. Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills ; .August (: : EXfcutf'r. I opinion I candlesticks, saltcellars, l>'fiuet holders, cw : in1tlower 1
', consisting of three sizes for 42.48 aad 52 or 54 inch i ---- and! Physician: I d.I it my duty to men!ion the case SoHuber_ 10. 1 1855. 45 ._ baskets, and brittancia ware.Miscellaneous : f SCOVIJct MEAO.
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Money Money ( of my wife. }hoping: at tln' i-amc time that all
: Saws.These Circulars are decidedly the but in use, : persons, I I
I No. Charters St. New
similarly afflicted: may be bent-fitted by In the I If Joseph J. Williams, ) In Leon Circuit Court. j Arlit-Irs. 111. Orleans
having several improvements over the Patje" or any ; WANTED FOR j f fiist pirt of this year my wife had several small it lumps I vs. [ Bill fur Divurce. i: La,lios leticules, satchels work boxes, poarl, Berlin : General Wholesale! agent for the Southern States, ta
r-Patent in use. TLe cost is about boO, ;35(), \ i .
I CASKS Clear Sides, to make their in her breast ; they continued Iley I William" ) ,irc>n. an.l morocco port monaies, pearl card cases, co- whom all orJers must be addressed.Soldbv
'ted $4O for various !ree,according to extra carriage, appearance
4 : i Ames ct E. Barnard Jr.. IfileaNash
.&e. For further apply : 5 Ribbed j to increase in size until the whole breast lK.-einiv appearing ti the satUfacti"n; of the Court by af- :' IIlII\f.'adl. coral necklace and armlets jet bracelet, Lively
particulais DANIEL t LADD. : Shouldeis, I aicased nia-s, and very painful I procured the IT tiihtvit, that the Defendant, Isley Williams, resides ,, necklace ami bosom pin*. napkin ring", hair and toothbrushes I
'Newport, November 3.1855. 44 Refugee, I best medical aid! in the city ( and twith- beyond I the jurisdiction of the Court, and i is r.ot an in- .I hat revivers shell buffalo india rubber and) Quincy ; Gardner it lilh. Newport; W. T. Carpenter -
Fla '. I, the earnest and attention of the : combs, china and wax dolls and & Co. \Veckcenah ; iloeely it Pope. Msdien.I. .
4 Joles Superior, standing faithful most : habitant of the State of Florida. It i K on motion or- j ivory razor strops .l
2 Tierces S. C. Hams, skilful ph\eiciat.9, she continued to grow worse and I I' dcreil that the defendant enter her appearance and! ,! money belts cigar cases, feather dU!!ers pallor and I. Palmer t Bro, )f8r.ti( l1o. S. PuJesten. Moat celL ;

Corn and Cob Crusher. 2 Bbls. LarJ, I \fre. until they gave the case up cs incurable, and I demur, answer or plead to the said Bill in th<> Clerk's i]I, d'xjr bells, bohcmiun glass and china vases and baskets i W. Rxgfrs & Co., Cbftttahoochee; Baltzell & WHjjeon -

f/ RANGER'S patent Com and C-b CrusL .r. I : 5 Kegs :t. I lvi.-ed amputation. I \va< advised by many of my office of the Crcuit: Court of Leon, on or before, (the i j I terra cotta vases and pitchers, perfume bottles t Mananna ;,Nicholson l t Zeigler. BaiubrklgeGs.; !
friends visit DR. W. H. MOSELEY of (Griffiu; (2u jewel cases, centre suspension and side I D. II. Diekina;u. Baiiibri'jge ; E. Seizas, Thoraasvillc.Ga. .
VJT have taken the Agency for the sale of these su I 10 Bbls. Whisky, t.: first Il. in October 1856. Otherwise said Bill lamps lampshades .
: penor Cob Crushers unequal it i is said to any iu 2 .' 1.ngiualilbifk v, I: which I ,did and loniilun: as it may seem, he hail ; hal for cIII.ft'!! l! I i is further ordered I|I chimneys nnd wicks, violins and bow guitar

_ _- the Co ntry. A stck of thee Crushers will }Jtt un j: : M. E. Rum, I her entirely eurfd vlihin one W"t! and ii'ie it noi :copy of this order be published in one of the ItCWFIpl'ri I banjos, tambourines accordeons clarionets, flutes and i -P'ebruary23. 1856. 8-ly i

had early thie coming Fall. Prices v ry low. con i 4 Gin. I in rfooil health .'.' I w. uM who arc ati.ttd in the city of !! for three months i fifes, guitar and violin strings, fine cologne and other ; : Blacksmithing.

sidering great saving in feed. 45 &55 ?65 ach 7 A. M Brandy, i with Scirrhus, and Csiiicrou.s iilfcctiouj, to \ : 11i ; the sail; !first Monday! in Oct,-Wr 1 t5t.Dllne : perfumery, and a general asortment of Toys.

for these liz s. Prices uniforn throughout the county. I. 3 Vinegar, Doctor without delay as I am satisfied by experience nud passed at Chambers. July lat. 1S56. Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and In the I! ______ "I"'HE UnUcrsigned have formed
; For further particulars call and examine for yourelvee I 2uO Sack Salt, I and observation that ''ie i is the mobt skilful physician : .J WAYLE3 BAKER: Judg. i best manner. : i a co-partnership for the pur- 1

so soon as a stock fur a sample airives. 40( Bbls. Flour Extra and Supeifinc.ALSO I in the Southern States, iu the If that hoi- G. K. "AJ.KI'R and I! October( 20. 1855 42 i pose cf carrying on the Black-
: smithing Business in all its various branches. Particular -
tible disease Cancer. I ------- -
D. LADD. ; I I I). ,
WILLIAM II. : ( : attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work,
> J 'V IBM 27 ITClL. Solicitor1' for Compl't. j UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
--T:-.-'.' 5 --- -, I Ceffee, Sugar, Molasses! ,Golden Syrup-Pint Quali- I I E. MFICII July .">, 1S5G. 27-3m i i I and to laying Axles 01 all kinds of Vehicles. The

I tv. Pepper, Spices, Ginger Homestead for S10 c1 Call on S. S. KNIGHT.Aug. Rome, Ga., October 23, 1854. i kaw and special attenffon given to horse-shoeing.

g310.00'J e11: :. o* I anus and 9. 1856 32 I I _. Notice. .I.Irpg : Farming implement! of everv" description done to or
LOTS I 4 IX months after date, we wi present ouraccouuts SIXTH ANNUAL COURSE OF LEC i der. P. B. BROKAW,

-- In the Circuit Court of Jefferson (.'ovzti/, :D I J and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for .1 TURES in this Institution will commence on II I I H. B. FITTS.I .
--!; I<.',.., \ hgiti-itti be AI.I. persons that aI c.irouo of availing: them- '! the said County of Gadsden, for final settlement and I MONDAY, the 3d of November. A full preliminary I Jan. 12. 1856. My
JL .. Margaret Anncar, ) In Chancery, .elves of DR. MO.SELEY'S services, will find him at
in-i>. on tin I nth i apply to be ll.chnrgCl,from the executorship of Oscar course fiee to all students, will begiven by the Pro- I
VP. f hi INFIRMARY, HROA ,'}EI-( : Notice.S .
>f.S'pi..6- "j -..4.it! .r P..it Royal 1i i ; IOnFFI I"ill\aw ,' (t Ii fe"5or*. cnl11m nci[ on the first lonlaof October.
rnae Ac i'u ..-:,.tl." ..>1.1.1FS DOLI.ABSEACHr : I GeorgcS.Annear. )l Bill for divorce. GIA. !!| OWEN L. & JAMES A. FILL YAW, Extort. Professors Fees $10:. Matriculation Fee 85. Practical [IX months after date, thlundersigned, adminitra-

oue lialt. .i.iA.. .-. ".1 the 'Irlivt-rv of tt DEID.Everv appeal ing to the Court upon !:satisfactory proof- Patients blarJC.at *-! p< r day, or 1 16 t per m'.ii.h.!) April :, 1656. 156rn'Administrator's I Anatomy ?IO Graduation Fee $25. For Cat.I I I trix. of the Estate of R. E. Gibson deceased will

lul..II..r wil trt a D'nltlin! Lot or a Farm IT th!\. the defendant in the above stitll cisc resides i FEES, in al CHJX-.S. to l Ie tigrcc-d ujvn before ''inhrtak'n. j .I al'igue' and Announcement apply to :I! present her accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judgeof

rlnsi l in value fr.m ?10 .S25.OQO.) Th<-"e Farms I beyond the limit of the State ol Florida, &<> that XI ease will lie received into this etablihinem.t Notice. i iT PAUL F. EVE. ). D.. I Probate, for Gadsden County, for final settlemectf
and Luts ld to induce cttK-ment" I I' unless; it is believed on exHinination, that it can and will to be from the adminiitri.
_ arc e e process upon I Ii be cured,!, admit of rli .f. All! cases rejected! will i "V is ,that the undersigned. will : Facultv. i
number l being r Ier\ed. the increase in the I i is ordered) that sail cane be set fr hearing the '! 0"> | OT I hereby given I torship of said estate.
(1 invaiiablv' IMJ charged, for ex.-iininiationanJ mivtcv. i iAH _1 L' of six months file his I!
value >f which will for the apparent low second Monday in November next, and that said (expiration vouchers FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON Admt'z.April .
cu1pntc letter, to entitle tl.tll to notice, mu>t tni-ios-j and aiply for final discharge from the ntlministra Undergraduate Department. i
price now a"ke'l will be given for. fenJnnt do and answer, or demur d'I'I I I iI 26, 1866. 16-6m
appear plea. the of and! !L.. din.cted tion of the of Nathen Holt deceased.PATRICK I
n "stamp" for pufitace, estate ,
the f.titiful performance contracts and I WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.
promises.! that time otljerwip. will be tried i on the Ia'lut ( ) i irrIIE
J5F -M're Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers facts charged in sail Bill. That a of I I
lro\ill..I. copy NEXT SESSION of this College will
I Georgia. May t 3, 156. 18
to wh.'m the mt &t liberal inducements will be gi'ellSme this ordecjje in some at Tallahassee Grml ---0-
published newspaper : : Y 8th. The Classical I
I ,
3. 1 :; ly-S --- -- ---- September
Ageuts write that they arc making $!Oy for the of three months F.rw1Y :r.
per space next befoie sail is full anti DR. T. J. CUR LEE
: I Course is afforded to Studentsin ,
Town Property for Sale. every/acility
Advertiiing will be done for Agent second lon Done and t- ('orlJim: i-n t I
mouth every _ possible. For full particulars. Subscription! 12th July 1656. rIME! undersigned, offers at private ale, the "How- I cnr.bracing of The Military I Practicing Dentist,
1 AAOF the most approved] : CORN a course twoyears.
Agencies, &apply Port to E AUDEH.. I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. I UU MILLS for sale by the TAXIEJ" 'I'hee.i1i1is i .1. ing described propel.ty. known as the Jnuis Lots, system is adopted as an effectual means of preser TN THOMASVILLE, OA and MOXTICELLO1
Royal Caulme. July 19, 1856. 29-80 I viz : Lots Nos. 3. 25,27. 3i'>. 48, l-jn vini good order regular habits nnd active _J.. and) MADISON :FLA. and their and
1856. 27dminjstrators I _____ __ have: been fur some tune in use through this region I 11 12. 13. ; economy respective
July 5. n ------ I 144, 22f., 227. 235. 23U.210\) 241, 212, U. 245,
and lower pail: of Georgia, Ill give perfect Fat ) bodily exercise. Charges for Tuition, and Boarding: adjacent counties. He inserts anv number of Artifi-
I NEW BOOKS. I IJUST i"factll. grinding with ease -10 bushels and the rite j 218 240, 250. 252 25.25. 25G. 257, 2S, 268, all *lOu per term of 20 wVks. Surgeon's Fde $5. Engineering >ial Teeth froth ONE to a FULL sett on the latest
Notice. I in the original plan o city of Tallahassee. French, German, Book- I improved principle. giving them that beautiful, lifelike
RECEIVED per R. II. Gamble an ai ort-- in the day \\itli 1 less than the ordinary gin power applied : I Spanish Drawing
I The maker furni-hrs Land it -ALSO- Keepms and Fencing, each $10 I term of 20 weeks. which approaches Nature so nearly
moo'hs) after date I sLal present my accounts : C of new publications, comprising o'dl, to it. a to put up; per appearance
SIX vouchers to ihe Judge of Prob-ite f-.r '1 ales. Tr\els. Ac. I and! every one warranted to give pefect sutif fiction. I Lots Nos. 1,3,4, 5, 6, 7, in S. Counly qr. The last session of the Medical College closed with as to challenge detection by the closest observer. .

Leon County, as the administrator of the estate of il I Miss Murray's United States. i Call nut! examine them at D. LADD'S. -.\ L 0- I 339 Matriculants and Graduates, from 13 States. Persons needing Dental operations on their NATURAL
10 I I The Military College closed its first Nashville, Teeth and wish him to perform them, can by
S. Uayward. and ass for a final The Complete Works of Wclmtcr nud Calhoun, I year .
decc3led. discharg j Ap.iI21185 Lots SO 4. 12. 1 15, 16, 22, 30, 40, 48, 61
from said administration. A Child's of the United States, : : with 154 Matriculants from 14 StJtes. For Catalogue applvingsooN, have them one at the following prices
o THOMAS HAYWARD, A m'T. Simm's History, I MILES NASH & CO. 6'i,in the South J County quarter. and Regulations applv to whicn will bo found to Ix MUCH lower than has ever

July 26, 1859. The Ewt'w Boys, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. The above described property (formerly belongedto B. .:JOHNSON, Superintendent. been offered in'this section of country befor. to-wit:
3OmExecutor's James' '. Old I Gov. Brown. For further information anti terms Nashville, August 2, 1856. 31 For rilling teeth with Gold Foil. $1 00,$1 60, $! 00
Dominion received from New York per bark I II. Gam which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker und and
-I The Foragers JUST I Eq. $2 60, varying according to size: of cavity
Notice. t a general assortment! of articles our line, at Law Tallahassee.
amount of mnterialused teetb in ouiCLonly
Attorney ; Extracting ,
Buhver and) Dickens in Insolvent Estate Notice.State
_ "Vf OTICE i hereby given to all persons holding I to talk" and paper" complete to,think such n! Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluin, I CHARLES P. MANNING.Until 60 cents-out of office 91.
J.j" claims or demands against f the estate of New- Learning Rogers' Table Talk, Learning White Llat Zinc and other paints Window Glass of"best sold, the above property will be for rent. of Florida, His PRICE for a full upper or lower .ett of teeth re

; nan Oilchrwt, late of Gad den county, deceased, toE Ernest Linwood. ltalilv. Putty. Bnwhes. Potash, Soda Sparkling I A. PERRY .AMAKER.Fe1ruary County of Leon. t PLAT, (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary.) i ill

present them legally authenticated within tle time Oiveu a cl. McDOUGALL &HOBBY. medicinal( Mustard Spices French Pepper.Brandy Lemon(very Syrup I bt'Ft.) _ 16,1856.'. n __7-tf___ ___ ______ ALL persons having claims against: the Estate of only f 6 per tooth and jxr/Vcf satisfaction guaranteed
; prescribed by law, or this notice will be r>lead against: Aug'1-.tg. 31 purpllt I Jinkins, late of Leon county deceased in every 1D tance.
4 their final recoverv. E S. SHEPARI). Ink, Quinine, : BI"k. Fluid Extract Bld.l. Cod Liver Oil. I IFRESI are hereby notified to present the same to the Judgeof Those desiring his services in any portion of tfce

z Ert'r.: FRESH GARDEN SEEDS: &Medic.nes.[<'.. AcM and We a generaassortment keen but tho of Popular best Patent and} I PURE of the celebrated Brands" He I Probate, of Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee above named counties or any other section of count

June 21, 1856._25Notic'e. GROWTH OF 1855. merit none very Clark & Co., '"
Bag.i, Flat Turnip, Cabbage Beets, RITA d tentioa
received March 29. ISSfi. 18 Aprils, 1856. 14 D. W. OWYNN, .
SU'e of Florida, )t j AMES LIVELY. --- -- --- Judge of Probate. &XFJI&Jl\ICJI :

County of Hamflton.I f January 5, 1S56, 1. 4 Notice. Wines, Syrups, &c.OLD May 21, 1816. 21 JUDCI COLE Macon, Georgia.
indebted to the estate of Allen
ALL persons, late of Hamilton deceased, G.I'I'' A. W. DAVIS D. D. S. ALL persons having demands against the estate o Otard Brandy, bparklmg Cider! Hox.J.: L. SEWA&D, )

F requested to make immediate county and I those I B. Bull late of Leon county deceasedwill Port, Old Port Juice, Notice.SIX JCDGE LOVE. })[ Thomas vflle.Ga.Monticelio .
payment RESIDENT OFFICE,TALLAHASSE FLA. take notice that them the Madeira Chcriieo J. S. WI' #
k having demands against said estate will them they rust present to Brandy months after date. I will present accounts ESQ.
I in the time prescribe by law. present Important Improvement in Artistic undersigned), or to !Mrcei Archer it. Pap), duly Sherry, Sardines, vouchers as Administrator, on the my estate of W. S. DIIATO TH, 1q.
.. authenticated. within the time prescribed by or Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, C. G.FIFE Esq..
P.MARION, Ext'r Hugh 0. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge tf
ATI'J.2 Dentistry, this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; :Flavoring Extracts, Pears, Mejsrs W.J J. BtDl'. J ,Fis-
Jun 21,185C. Probate for Gadsden for
County settlement
: which the face is restored to its original contour, a ,
BY and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, Col. E. E. :Bucutu.
and for
a discharge therefrom.
and with it tha loss of the teeth supplied so as to make immediate payment to time undersigned Spanish Olives, Spices, January 12, 18M. !

Notice.ALL to elude detection. Samples of this improvement maybe MARY BULL, Adtrx.August Corn Starch, Pickles, ALEXANDER 1856. E. GREGORY, Adint'r. --
July 28. 286mNotice.
.V persons having claims against the estate of seen; also temporary sets inserted on 2, 1866. 318wSTORING Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil, .Ame S c* L 'Ve1y

_,# Jo W. Mann, deceaed.lt of Gadsden county Gutta Purclin.In ---------- English Mustard Capers, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,
Lie hereby notified pre to the under a few hours, so that persons having teeth removed AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Claret, Cocoa
signed Eieeulrix'witbin the time prescribed by law, can have a complete substitute immediately. "- AT : EWPORT. AMES & LIVELY. SIX months after date 1 shall present my accounts f'IlIJ Wholesale and R.tail Dealers in gJa

? cr this ntic will be plead in bar of their recovery, Children's teeth extracted, and advice ghen t parents rpHE undersigned still caries on the above business January 6. 1856. &c. totbe Honorable Judge of Probate f DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 11

: and all those indebted are requested to make payment in regard to the management and treatment of the JL in all its branches. Buildings wall calculated for Hamilton County for a final settlement as administrator .
I immediately. teeth uralis. All operations warranted to suit the most D. LADD ItOIIIICTS. DOMIH'tS.LA on the estate of Deuois Doughrity late of said Perfumery, Dyostufli, Surgical Instrument,,

MARY MANN, Extr'x.. fastidious. Will practice in tlie principal towns despatching Newport, waons.September 36 IFS colored straw Bonnets County deceased and auk to be discharged from said Spice Snuff, Windows Glass,-Paints,

; Jane 7, 1856. 23-6m throughout tho State. Refe'enCs: the Faculty of 2.164. >s colored straw trimmed Bonnets, administration. JAMES W. GEIGER. Oils Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco.
the Ohio College of Dental and those who plain" Feb 2 1866. bIn and Glass Ware Patent Medicine*,
Notice. black Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pore Wine tad Brandl"aud
Court. To Term
In Leon Circuit 1856. be is daily operating fo. .
_t. J"a April 26, 1858. 17Notice. NOTICE is hereby-given that application will be white satin and silk Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. Hair Brushes for Medicinal porpo i.FaneyArtkle
Her Qaffin, ) Attachment Co$268 61.10 to the General Assembly, of at black (extra size) Paint Brushes *.
g' vaamount cf Debt ."or to- it next Session, for a charter for a Rail Forida. Children and Misses straw I Rufus S. Herring., ) Attachment for f 90 19-1CO Garden Seeds Fine Havana SepT
E.R Wle and f Bond for $oS7 22 000. Fla. t the Georgia line in the direction of Hats. vs. v amount c" B<>b* sworn to- They have rwcently rec.i.dA'I' and 1i'Jt

7"'Vl E Wffley fX months after date we wi present cur accounta Mont clo Ga. To b called the Monlicello and For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. William G. Gaskins. ) Bond for $181. supply ot every nri.ty of articles anally kept 'bI

t .. Defendant and all others Intres are bere- S: and voucher to the Judge of Probate of Tbomasville: Rail-Road company. October 18, 1856. 41 THE Defendant and I all others interested are hre- dru .. Planter andTbysidans nfll always -

THE of the uttuto enti- Hamilton Cunty. for a final settlement of the estt August 2, 1866. 81 notified of the institution of the above entitled -- at this eitablkhment a full supply everjthiog nes'
suit ad hereby required to David } of said county, deceased, Dl1 Circular suit by attachment and are hereby required to ded, and on the moat liberal terms.
tIe ae Upright Saws. and to the declaration filed in the Orders from the fill!< and as''x**
_ plead to the declaration filed in the case to discharged as administrators. Burning appear plead case Country pronply ,
; apr a months from this date, required by b EDWIN F. WREDE, Fud HOE & CO.and Welch t Grifietb Circular Saws within three month from this date, as required by tjoo guaranteed, with regard both to prices and .,u*''

.". tee O.LWALKER, ,ELIZABETH MOAT, OF a superior Quality and fcwale 4$, 48 tad 62 inch sizes, on, hand and for law. O. K. WALTER ) rIff. -. Physioian'a prescription carefully/ conpounc1d'p
-'. D. W. 0 I Att 7 or P'. Administrators.March by AMES & LIV ". ul. by D. LADD D. "-. QWYNN. f Atty. tfor I 411j.,Eppisu'a comoud Fluid Ecfrad of IC'-'

_ J- JuU 19, 1U4. WYN.! 1, 1856.IN ir lh? 81,18ft. 22 New Port, No,?, 18B5. 44 July 19, 1856. : -Il J,a 5. Kllll ,