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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 27, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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B JAMES S. JONES. w. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,'SEPTEMBER 27, ISSG. VOL. VHE-NO. 39.' .


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& JournalIs i I JOHN iIJI&YD iIntIi1ll { : 1! -sas-Nebraska- Bill. The Democratic-parly--, and therefore could not have been passed but following extract from a fpeecb delivered in Washington
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publish eteiy SATURDAY, by i .'U.c"tion.cor { f O.UVMI. always the soundest on the question of Slavery, for that party. The Kansas Bill did not re- cjty, a.fair mootbs after t14) -fongoin, letter

: hare in their platform endorsed this bill, and ceive a vote from other party at the WAS written! define ba petition beyond arrS or *f
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i any
JAMES S. JONCS, EDITOR & PROPEIF-TOR, AND II ,
I I stand fully! pledged! to its support T4ie: Black North but the Democratic party. It has not i i doubt: t' .. .f. i.

At THREE DOLLABS per annum, i in..Juh'a.nc I COMMISSION MERCHANT i TALLAHASSEE : I Republican [party in their platform denounce now a single friend in (that portion of the I "All admit that the peoffeof .territofj'! .assembled

i e ; it, and demand its repeal. The American Union outside of the Democratic party. At in convention to form a State ConstItiitoopo.atea; th, ,
TERMS OP ADVERTISING.On TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Convention which met in in SOLE, THX cxciruTX row*, to determine whether
I t Philadelphia the South, where its it received -
square of 12 lines, or less, first insertion, $1 00 July ]9. 1856. 29-ly Saturday, Sep. 27,1856. i last .but the upon passage slavery shall or shall not exist within its limit."
ouch Bnlequent 50 I February adopted no platform, jhe entire vote of all parties with the exception -
f IVwfessijnal auJ UutiucSs Caids ins-cited at ?10 paonuni. EDWARD M. WEST. I National Council which met at the same lime, of two in the Senate and seven in We think that these extracts prove byod "

I DEMOCRATIC TICKET.FOR I! repealed the famous 12th section, which is the House of Representatives, strange to say, the shadow of a doubt] that the Enow Nd

Advert foments not marled with the number of i Attorney and Counsellor at Law, th" only resolution crcr adopted by the party the American and Old Line Whig partiesare thing orators and presses slander Mr. Buchanan -
'ill lw continued until forbid. and PRESIDENT,
insertion* charged I with to soundness the slarery
pretensions
any on now arrayed against it.
accordingly.jg! TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. when they charge him with favoring
I I JAMES BUCHANAN I question, and resohed to ignore thai This is now the only issue in the. esent
: Certificates of publication of Iega! or estatenut1ce April, 1856. 14 p the Squatter Sovereignty dogma. But if
viI; uot be given until the advciusmg fee is I rmurS7I.A.XB. : question entirely, and it did adopt a platform campaign. Upon this issue I coincide fullyas I ,
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I ]l'aiJ.II i piii& HOLLAND, I OF in irhich they too denounced the repeal of the i I have ever done with the position of the anything else be needed, read the following

J, : Attorneys at Law. I FOR TICI3 PRESIDENT, I Missouri Compromise and the passage of the Democratic party, and I believe it is the only ; icccunt of an interview; with him, In which!

: Kansas bill. Mr. Fillmoro endorses this party upon whichthe South can wth! safe : he reiterates die position taken in his letter to
'j To Rheumatics & Others. TTTILL practice in the Circuit Court of Middle J C. BRECKENRIDGE
I platform, and in one of ]his speeches made
: rely in the crisis. I have '
T T and West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof ty present never : Mr. Sanford and in his speech of 48: .
1 TH all pcreooe suflVnng fium i UlK-umaticComplaiLt the State. Also in the District Court of the United OF KENTUCKY. I since his retnrn from Europe, has condemned differed with that party save on one question. i

we offer a positive iwimdv.ttJiiy* ."tiuiijutintfLininutil. States, in the Northern! District of Florida. 1 in the strongest language the repeal ofthis That question is not in this canvass, or if it I LETTER FRO] A VISITOR TO MR. BUCBA'fA1119 :-

; It ha* bi-i-u tnWual! i ill 'the pcrmnei.t Tli'-usands ; II.J. FLOYD Office ApahicLicoln, Fla. rou OOVKKNOK, I I Compromise and .the passage of this bill.- is it is swallowed up and rendered comparatively i POSITION EXPLAINED BV UIXSH.F.
cure of Ciirobic and lUietimntir diseases I). 1'. HOLLAND, Office Quincv, Fla. The whole American the. North
at !
MADISON S. party cry in this sectional PHILADELPHIA ia.
death PERRY I insignificant Aug. 6
have no doubt Leon if.-cucd fioai an untimely Dec. 22, 1855. 51 great '
bv the use of tbi sriwit jeniedy"Tor E I ottt with one voice and one tongue down with contest in which we are now engaged. I
Sir I
I --- ------- --- OJLAl'Ht.\ COUNTY. My Dear /- spent two hours with
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t wile bv DrusrirMs! generallv and at Vi1sa1e} : n R. MILES II.ASII "the Kansas Nclrrasha bill, and tints echo the I therefore return to the Democratic party to Buchanan yesterday at Wheatland. Hit
s-id Retail bv AMES 4 rnvEL'v.Tzt1Lhaee. sentiments of the Black Republican
? ]Jarly.- throw what little be
OJFERS Ills PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO TIlE CJTJZE1OF FOKGEORGE CONC.1ESS: weight may able to beautifully and .
Mav SI. 1656. 22-ly : grounds are tastefully arranged
Only two of Mr. Fillmore's Northern friends I
---- --- I TALLAHASSEE A>PM.TlROrj.DI!>fiCOLMRT. j jOFFICE control into the scale of those who are fighting but his house is and
plain
S. HAWKINS unpretending
i with Dr. M. K"ashimmediately: cast of the I in Congress voted against the recent bill restoring the battles of the Constitution and the in the extreme -eve'rything has the air

Walter Gwynn, i OF J.H'KSO'iIl':Tl' I the Missouri Compromise. In Indiana Union, and shall vote with a great deal of unostentatious But the
I
Democracy. "
l.is services to \\i-hic to enter May 10? 1855. CO I there ii an open avowed and complete pleasure for their candidates James Buchanan man
OFFERS per oas. I FOR ELECTORS, : himself is the very impersonation of unaffected t tr
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] the U. >. Lan 1 Ot1J e. bv I lixvitins Land I union between the two parties. They have and John C. Breckinridge. I have come I
R. H. BERRY I Ii I M. A. LONG, GEO. W. CALLV. r republicanism. I was never more agree
"WflTaut* attcr.n ia t,. oucli bo-'in-; '' a- may be intni-ted to him \ D. BARNES.FOR I of the leading Fillmbre The I ably disappointed in my life. He gave us &
paper, ; and with solemn t
conviction of
in uii.er of the other unices in tho Capitol. Charges i, Auctioneer and Commission a cordial! and rank reception, and talked with
"ill!be rca!)nah .,c.nre poudinp to.n'iCH per orrned.. cause of the one is the cause of tho other.- I i my duty. I know that I have nothing to us with the freedom ot an old acquaintance. \:. ,i

Being Deputy in the Suite.aiid Office liu of C'urbC ; MERCHANT. I' THE SENATE, Know Nothingism and Black Republicanism I gain by this course. Had I consulted my I really felt as if I had known him all .
my
"ill inake no"charge for business iu th.t Department i TALI.AH ASEE, Fla., Sept. 2 t1, 1855. 39 DR. T. B. LAMAR. ; are indissolubly" joined together in holy wed personal interest or ease, I should have re life. He.said the issue involved in this election .
ilay 17,1856. ::-l.r : lock. No longer throughout the entire .
I II I mained whero I was, with the American party. the union of these States
------ -- -- --' ---- A. PERRY AMAKER I North, i is the old watch word of the American was : as equals. .
I I know that in from that
DR. N. G. MCDONALD FOR THE HOUSE OF IcE1JEsENrATrv KS: I I separating party That the South has submitted to the aggressions .
: ATT9SH1Y AT HAW P. B. BROKAW, DR. G. W- P PARKHILL party" heard- Americans must rule I I am separating from most of my warmest of the abolitionists with a patience that
America. This is not now in all their:
:J MOXTlCiU.O, FLA.tV""ILLitteM.l C. CHAIRS, DR. LUCIEN DUVAL.A I and best friends-friends who have delighted might well challenge the admiration of the
: TALLAHASSEE, FLA. : thoughts, and I don't believe it ever was, but to honor and sustain I
with assiduous care, all ca ee eu- } 1853. mo. owe world, and, considering the fire.eatinijiro:
\ T trusted t.Oice .. him. 't 1"Y' : __ _20 ; POWERFUL DOCUMENT. I' for the purpose of deception and fraud.- !: them a debt of gratitude which I would gladly difficult to
--- pensities was understand. :
a.boining that of Col. Dilworth. Their real principle is, the North ought to service I could
i repay by any personal render He ridiculed the doctiine of Sovereignty .
MILES RASH & CO. Squatter
March 22. 1CJ6. 12-lv i rule America. Oh Pharisees
PEOPLE FLORIDA, REID! | ye hypo them ; but I cannot, consistently with and said that the South had DOW 1 .
---- crites there is faithfulness in I
mouths 1
no
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your conscience with and
DEALERS IN ; my my sense justice for the first time in the history of the country .
WILLIAM P. SLUSSEB, I Another prominent and leading member j! your inward part is very wickedness, your i of right, with my convictions of duty to my obtained from the the _
,
I government concession .
; DRUGS, PAINTS throat is an sepulchre ; flatter with j ji '
Tallahassoc, '1MANtFACTUREn jp : of the Know Nothing party in the South has [ open you country and the South, consent to act with of the true principle viz : that tho !
i your tongue, and you outwardly righteous !! them the
appear in present contest. I believe most
CorrER.Tiv SIUTT MEDICINES Ja OILS&c. for Buchanan The people of a territory the right, when they
out .
OF come gentleman is i t unto men, but within ye are lull of hypocrisy I i: of you are honest in tho opinions express -
f IRON 'ARC.TUOI.E5ALE' \NI> UITAIL George D. (:Iray, Esq, President of the' Fillt:t and iniquity." But this is not all, : and the principles advocate.you I came to form a State Constitution, to say
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inform their friend and the public.that I|I you whether would would
DEALER IN PLAIN, I-'ANCY AND JAI'AXNKDWARE. : : "TOULD nor i is it the worst of it ? all they or not have us.
\ on ban a good axsoitmt-nt of such ,i more and D :Jelsolt Club,of Culpepper county notwithstanding believe most of you arc actuated by patriot. That this had!
I II by legislation Congress
articles are generally kept; in their line of business, \ rginia.r e publish his address to the : this I might have voted for Mr. Fillmore, ic purposes, and I ask that you will extend very.admitted that the with the iI ,
Sto''ft Hend-QuaileriT and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their ', I trusting to his patriotism and conservatismto ( the like charity to but if this is denied power was people
me
-*> ,\ SI'LEXDIDjiS'-i KH-.t ofe..kilJ;. PAiloiS2aZjLand terms shall be reasonable. : members of the club below, and invite to it | rebuke and check this sectional spirit, had I I me and motives should; be assailed and I and not in Congress, and the only rule was, f \

Wo-id St-'ve*. trimmed! with neatoessS TalLhassce, Apiil 9th .18S3- 14. tho serious, calm and unbiased attention of h the American party at the South stood firmly : my conscious rectitude of that this could be exercised by the people only .
impugned, a
:. and durability at redjfed pices. : .--P.- B7B K O E A W s-- the people of this State. \Ir. Gray has been I by the Kansas bill, endorsed its principlesand will sustain me amid all the anathemas purpose that when they came to form a State Govern. .
Out DIMM- \V LIVERY AND( UU STAETALLAUASSEE one of the most active and influential member insisted upon their support. Alas to I, may be hurled against me. I now respect Union. I almost! Us t
:Ornineitil Froti' Hi-ail Gutleiing Cop- : I shame be it said, they have loved Car I give you words. Ha .
prr and Tin nluttinj I'lp"hrl't. Lead. Sheet ; FLOIUDA. I of his. party in Virginia. He was a delegate ''their, than Rome their better thani fully resign the Presidency of your Club, .i said, if he should be elected, he felt satisfied .
,
Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cistein Pumps.; Shop work I party gentlemen, and with my best wishes for your the
: to (the Convention which nominated the slavery question would be finally settled !
of every variety d.-no atIt'rt notice. TIIE Proprietor would in II i their country. They hare deserted the South individual happiness and prosperity. I am
and Coiititr ITlorilKiiitsAie I his friends and the Know Nothing State ticket in 183.: ; was j in this thetour of her danger and united with with friend and obedient provided he could carry a portion of Ne# f
City }| public, that he ha rebuilt his, _ I her great respect, Jour England States, or {flue State of New York.In :
re'rwctfully invited tn> fiv MC a call bcfoie pur- largeflzick Sl.ulJles. nt the old stand, and 13 now J Jpiepared on the committee to inform the gentlemen foes. servant, GEORGE D. GRAY. other words if he
I Like Bahik! of old who were.elected by a national t
.
t'ha.-il1 d't.\\"II.r! t to accommodate hid fiK'uiU and customers.I' ; sent a message un.
chosen Messrs and Patton
( riournoy, lcale ,) i trhat he
N 15 Ail articles! raanuf.ict.Ufd from the i to Balaam to and the Israelites Mr. Buchanan 'ot, would do in the premises
tF \osy lie :i'-o has attached to hi- Stables' ; goad Blacksmith I i! come curse and Squatter Sovereignty.
h.t: iaat.'ii;il 1 anJ wrrantei 1-durable.! Xo otLer ati Fliip where Lc will!!have II flcnf-'all kind-..' I' of their nomination ; was a member of the j for him, that he might drive them out of the I Ii The resolutions of the Cincinnati Convention would] have a national rapport and the

tie willl I b* offered: for sale. : Plantation: work, Horse sioejaZ! and Caniagewoik in !i t committee to prepare and promulgate a platform i, land, KO the American party at tho North I strength of Freesoilism, which is sectional .
October 20,1655. 42 the veiy ln,t manner and vith: promptness and tlis- ;I do not sanction the doctrine of Squatter would be dispersed. .J'
and was placed as President of the have called upon their brethern at the South, I .
patch. Sovereignty,'nor does Mr. Buchanan. The The truth is, Mr. Buchanan i is as sound on
Co-Partnership Notice. Jvoventber, 1353. 44 I I Fillmorc and! Donelson Club of his own to curse for them the Kansas Nebraska bill '
and its IritMids that be able drive resolution relating to the subject is in these this question as was Mr. Calhoun, and the t
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entered into
"I"MIEunl T5rned hive tins diy a eo Tile'arious
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JL partJlt'sllip 111 theWHOLESALE Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, 1 county. important positions) i them out of the land that belongs equally to words : Northern Democracyare better Southern men ,
| : filled by him fc'ious! that his party r-garcled! '< both but to-day than many Democrats even at the
& RETAIL For Sale by ,P. B. Brokaw. ] j ; unlike Balaam, who obeyed the I Ii Rtr/d. That we recognize tIle right of tie peopleof .

k r 'JJE Subscriber has just received a i him as a man of great eight and ii.fluence: !j command of God rather than of Balak, and all the ternturios including Kansas and Nebraska, South. Whatever they may-have done here .
BUSINESS,
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very large supply of Carriage*, I I and add strength to the powerful communi- i blessed the Israelites instead of cur -ing them acting through the fairly expressed will vf the ma- tofore now they may meet the question bold. i.
. :; under the name and style I Buggies, Ilarneos be offers : !! the Southern Americans have obeyed the I jority \TIIENETEU THE MMBEE.OK slavery i
i AMES&LiVELV.ThEY for wile on the most reasonable terms. cation ho gives to the public-a communi- j I command of their ralher than the voice TIIEIE. IX.\Brr.\o.S JUSTIFIES IT, TO FOaM A CONSTITUTION a fearlessness that we might do well to imi '
party
November 18, 1854. 46A.L.FISHER : cation in the language of the Richmond with or without domestic ilaveryand to be tate. do not
--- Enj j I of duty to their country and the South, and admitted into the Union terms of perfect equality They even apologize for it on .

I I will be r>k'.i..
it and patrons at tll( old: stand of I). II Ames I It ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. dorse as correct in its statements and irresistible i and ?ts friends, and are continuing to curse This resolution avows the correct doctrine. ; they tf jy that it is right-that God t
t where IIp will keep a fall and genual I it Some of them ad- himself established it, and that it has the BIble -
TALLAHASSEE TLA. in its conclusions. That communication now every day. openly t :
,
There is the towards
not
assortment ,Articles,apperLviiinz to their I its slightest squinting for its foundation. If we do not sasfa/ri .
j vocate repeal-ot'iers cautious de-
ne of bustnes s. 1-). II. AMKS, 1VTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle District is as follows J II more Squatter Sovereignty in it, and no honestman these men in defence tff onr institutions we 1
31. LIVELY.: !i I T T ,and in Thomas County, Ga. I I flounce it as a cheat and a fraud but say f
January 1, If 5<;. ]_ : t 5f O ice iu the CapitoL! 2d "story, immediately II TO THE FILLMOREAXD DOXELSOXCLUB : they do not desire to see it repealed I am capable of construing the English language deserve eternal infamy. Tho contest is obviously j

over the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. OF CULPEPTER. I at a loss to conceive how this can be. If Will arseri. the contrary. Mr. Buchanan between Buchanan .and Fremont ..

MEDICAL NOTICE. I July 21. l55. 2 -lyi Gr."TLF.I1t: the first meeting of j i! they honestly believe the Kansas bill to be a adopts this resolution. Iri filS ktter Fillmore is not in the race. No man herd '

-e eDR.DURROUGHS- your Club, held more than a month since, I cheat and a fraud, they cannot, as honest pretends io say thai he Is. t I

!i E. BARNARD Jr. you did me the honor to elect me your Presi. J I men, it seems to me, do otherwise than vote acceptance he says : On tho whole,therefore, consider. his edition '

)located Tallahassee offers his, i WILL (OVTIXUE TIlE dent, much against my own wishes. I then j for its repeal. By the Missouri Compromise, In accepting the nomination I need scarcely say, beyond peradventure-and what I regret 1 ;
in pro- that I accept in the same spirit the resolutions constituting
{, HAVIXG. .femeto the public. Once opposite : DRUG & MEDICINE I BU.SINES I S stated to jou as you will remember, both be- j! Kansas would have been a free State, because the platform of principles erected by the is, that there can be/onnd in the whole South f ;34 .

Dr. Barnard's- Drug Stre.. I: W AT THE OLD STAND, SIGN A fore and after my election, that I reserved to j it North of the Missouri line. Now Convention. To this platform I intmdto conform a single man who ufll l not Vote for him. If j ii

June 2S, l&oC. G-Cm myself the right to vote for Mr. Buchanan ': if under the principles contained in the Kan- I myself throughout the canvass, believing that I have they could see him, nnd hear him talk I firmly : I

I should I thereafter become convinced in my j Fas bill she becomes a slate Stale( how in no right, as the candidate ot the Democratic party believe he would gut every Southern vote. ; t t,

KEDICAL-U-NOTICE. I OF TilE MORTAR, mind that Mr. Fillmore had no chance for an | (the name of honesty and good faith, can ferent by answering issues before interrogatories the people., to pitsent new and dif I have scribbled this off Iff hnrriedly I fear t.

election, and that the contest for the Presidency I those men who believe that bill to be a cheat yon will not be ableto read it. l' ...
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTOX Squatter is \0
Sovereignty not presented
I : Corner of Clinton and :Monroe stttets, Tallahassee. of the United States was between Mr. }, and a fraud vote for her admission into the by Yours, truly, m 9 : ;

O F.ll ER thtir.Professional Reruns to the Pub : January j 9, 1856. _S Buchanan and Mr. Fremont. Thai contingency I Union \ How can they consent to receive the platform, and Mr. Buchanan does not present "'. B. Figures, Huntsvillf, Ala. K
lic. .
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Office of
CSJT" opposite the Store ssrc.H --- --
'dgl5s.scott j>cnifl. I am now thoroughly I stolen property \ As honest men they cannot I it, as that would be a new and different "_- '

I I convinced that there i.t not shadow thus consent to cheat the North of their issue which he Overwhelming DeaoenUJe taaonstfi- !
January 5, 1 S5< 1 I _. __ .___ notice to his friends and pat. I a of a out says he has no right"to .
klC'IIARJ\. EIECKETT. CHAELES TV.BIRCHETT DOWiING I t GIVES that he is now in possession of I chalice for Mr. Fillmorc's election by the I territory, any sooner than they could consent offer. tien in New York.

.r_ .- ___ all the latest improvements in Dentis people. I to cheat a neighbor out of his land, acquire '
'I The sentence in Mr. Buchanan's letter ..
& DOWNING, 'try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth, without producing This is conceded indeed by his warmest any of his property by fraudulent and dishon. so .' j
ATTORNEYS AT LAW & ACE.NTS FOR CLAIMS pain, by the aid of a lOCal application, which consists friends, but it is contended hy some ol them est means. They must therefore vote when often quoted by the opposition, is consistent Five Mile 000 Demo in
IVO. 490, Seventh Street, 1U until arplyiLl fully :benumbed.DO artificial freezing d. The immediatetnscrtion mixture to the parts of that he will get States'enough to prevent any the question comes up with their brethren of with the platform he endorses. That sentence '

WASHINGTON CITY. ;t a Temporary St, on .Gutta Perclm, which can be election by the people, and thus throw the the North, for tho repeal of the Kansas bill is as follows: Doubtless the grandest political) demonstra. j

WILL practice before tbe Court of Claims, and worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully chance of President upon the House of Representatives and the restoration of the Misouri Compromise. This legislation U founded upon principles as ancient tion ever witnessed in America, came off in

claims before Congress and the several I prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted on -an event greatly to be deploredat u free government itself and iu accordance withit. New York City last Thursday! nghi/ro? fhe'

Departments. i! that beautiful plan! called continuous Gums,winch are all times, but more especially so now, Mr. Fillmore, with his views on the exer- baa simply declared that the people of a territory, form of a Torch Light Profession. ThS fa'
BO much worn and admired, for beauty, strength, and like those
July 28, 18:5. SOWholesale of K State shall decide for themselves
perfect cleanliness. when it is remembered that the election must cise of the veto power and the sentiments ex- Y. ARM says: j
whether slavery shall or shall not exist within their
MAy3.8M. _ 22_ _ be made by tho same House that elected N. pres.-ed in his Rochester speech, in which he limits. Some idea may be formed of the length'of

; Wa B. : IIjIiB, P. Bunks of Massachusetts their Speaker.- denounces the repeal of the Missouri Compromise The platform on which Mr. Buchanan the procession from the fact' that the hejid of
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: and Retail Druggist, i Havana Cigars, They then argue that Mr. Fillmore has the as a Pandora's box out of which the column left Canal streetrcp Broadway'atabout f
stands ] .
: NEWPORT, FLORIDOP .\. i TUST received per R. H. Gamble 5000, beet quality best chance of an election by this House of have issued all the political evils that now af. distinctly announces the time, occasion 8 o'clock, and'it.was about 10| before

Ii'" EP..s from Physician and Planters put up :! tJ cigars. Call and try them Representatives. Let us see how they arrive flict the country," could not do otherwise and mode by which the people of a territory the rear of the line len.the came spot.
ALL d UOBBT.
McDOUG .
with the greatest care. I. August 2. 18SC. 81 at this wonderful! conclusion. It takes than sanction a bill restoring this compromise may, "like those of a State, decide The following paragraph il from the Commercial
February 2, 186. 5LWKG sixteen States to make an election. Mr. Fillmore and repealing the Kansas bill. lIe has for themselves whether slavery shall shall

& GALBRAITD, I I: JOHN W. EVANS, has only three in Congress-Delaware, been written to recently by Mr. Kendall, not exist within their limits." The or time is a Fillmore paper : -

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ;! ATTORNEY AT LAW, Maryland mid Kentucky. It the three par American assistant Elector for the county of "when their numbers it The Torch Light Frqcreaioa. of tlU Buchanan .

I DAI'inRWGE,, GEO ties stand 1 firm by their respective candidates Orange, asking whether he would or uould justify ; the occasion, and Breckinridge ebbs* 1iit, Dig, is 1
&.T. B. ALBRAITH hare awoci-
{ MALOXG rea in the practice of Law. They WILL give prompt attention to all buf-iness en there can be no election by the House. .ID not sanction such a bill, and he replied by their assembling "to form a Constitution ;" generally admitted to be, tho; larg'oat procession : .
I' to his care,in lie Counties of Thomas the Vice President whose election his Rochester I the mode "through the of the -kind overseen tn New Tf ork.-
will attend the Court* in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme this event sending speech. am required legally and fairly ex
CourtA and the Diitrict Courta of the United Decatur, Baker, DaugLerty,Calhoun, Early and Clay. the remain in the American Captain Rynders and,the Empire. wire
I February 1 7, 855. 7 tf will devolve upon Senate, will be President if I party, to sanction pressed-will of a majority." It is thus that
I State* at Tallahassee. of the U. S. ez-officfo. The Senate-be its course upon this all absorbing question out in all! their glory. Some of the moUo :+

Office opposite the Court Houee. Just Received. ing largely Democratic, will of course elect to denounce the Kansas Bill and consequently Mr. Buchanan recognizes the right of the and paintings on the transparent}jea .jrortr 1 ;:

October 28, 1854. ly L EMONS, GauR nnd Currant Jellies, Prunes, Mr. Breckinridge, who will then be our President to advocate it* repeal and the restoration people of a territory, like those of a State," to very amusing. The back's head W aUotioh I '

S. S. KNIGHT, Pears, Sardines, Pickled Oyster, Brandy Peaches It is gravely argued by these friendsof of the Missouri Compromise. I canuot regulate the matter for. themselves. Any to Old Back" the popular cognomen of' ji

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT I ,Preserved Green Gage Lemons Marmalaoc., Oranges,Lemon Pine Apples By rap and, Raspberry Ginger i i Mr. Fillmore, that the Black Republicanparty do it, i I: will not do it, I should bo false to other construction would make his letter the Democratic candidate; seemed to 1i tb' 1 1 if

'. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.SepUmbw do., Strawberry do..Pine Apple do., and Ginger rather than see Mr. Breckinridge President myself, to my known opinions on this question utterly inconsistent.It favorite emblem ; while figure*'orth8'" 4 t

do, RaspWrry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon,Lobster,Haddock will all unite on Mr. Fillmore and thus false to the duty which I owe my State horse" were introduced to ndionle-Cr ., t
1. 1865, 05 Hallibut! and Shad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch will be noticed that Mr. Buchanan mont. The Rev. Mr. BeecfcwVSJtuTi .
secure his election. Without discussing the and Uiy country, were I to consent to such a ri-
:: WILLIAM SCOTT, Ale and Porter. speaks of the "prople," not the Legislature flea doctilne and bleeding Ea
reason, or rather the utter want of reason in course. In my opinion it is nothing more ,J .:
1 TTY /Air L W, 30,000 Havana AMES Cigars.i LIVELY. this proposition, let me ask Southern men, nor less than treason to the South. 1 entertain of a territory." The 'Squatter Sovereignty also caricatured. Three or ffsi44i

,, MOJfTICELLO, FLA. January L, 18M.( 1 are you willing to have Mr. Fillmore thus the same opinion about (ho Missouri doctrine is that the Legislature of a territorycan full rigged" and named Unfen,* ",qpij. :

July 0,1853. ''_30 tljan: I j LIFE INSURANCE. elected { I for one am not. I would not Compromise that most of the American party decide the matter; but Mr. Buchanansays tion, &c., were eonapicntfos' ornapseoli of 1

WILLIAM,&. DIL WORTH, 1 trust him or any other man North or South, do about the Kansas Bill. I believe, and the procession. The whole, - 'i1i
; THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. elected by the Black Republican party. But have always believed, that it was a cheat the people. Now, what does he mean was doubtltts very gratifying. to"

t f. Attorney and Connscllor at Law, __ ACCUMULATED OARTAL... ...$1,000,000. there is no reason or common sense in this and! 8. (rti d. The North have never kept it, by the M people of a territory P We will let who made it ; dp

MOTTICELLO, FLORIDA. TIllS CoinpaniMtkI policies on the live of I argument. The contett is therefore between and they never meant to keep it in good faith. him answer for himself. We will let him. The Nevt Concludes itsj. ot njitttf

persons for one or mort yean or for the I' the Democratic and Black Republican But for the Democratic party of the North.which' his definition of the three foUoKfr
TT7TLL-practioe In the'Courta of tie 'Middle CJr- whole period of life ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. I par- give own phrase-given colul long. u :: .' ..
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y y cult sudThoi..' 'and Xowude ,County, Ga. Dividend declared to the kunred oo polieie issued 'I tie, and of course I can not hesitate in my has always been willing to stand by as early as 1848. In a letter to Mr. Sanford Te procession wasapftfnjfioc&t $ "l'

March 22.1858. 12-J.1. for life. ,choice between them. Nor i i. this the only) or the Constitution and its compromises, the of Mobile he a conclusive. d ponstraiioatojongh. '- .
'FUXJUKT Prefl't the strongest reason why I cannot vote for South never would. haYs gained. any slave says. : .
Ptnrr F&EEIUIT, ActuarMoaaw; Detiu>cnutropoKs'Ia ( 1'Pw
Gus! Oils, White ,Lead, &e_. Mr.-Fillmow. States under the Missouri ,Compromise. Mia my UtUr to 6 rVi' county of lath Aueuit :
"or AppTicationi received i In Tallahassee by atai ,. ks t't
1847, I bid Mid: "tTod-r the KNOW! Gompromii7 loyI ,$ot _r.
200'BOXES Window",Gla*.,Aaaorttd*ae ,,100 .;ary 19i.i850. .B.,0. LBWlS. Tbii i i. imply sufficient;, but did this not Fl
: 8\ f KegiWhit*Lea4",pore, extra
,5 ,bttml.* Mni aol3r AGENCY. OFTHEETNAINSURANCE'CO.cxrrrtt .. more powerful reason than this for tho determination cognized slavery in their:constitution, but for decided by the popl III' Wh&t people! U"dou 6Wl1 W.pJ.' joined ia

.- '6 -' *JatdQtl-Pftlal" r. ., .r .:...:....., .:.e500, O. to which J.bare come, after lone the D mocra.tio.party at the North. :Neither 1M I'fOp 8tU oj a ternSovg,as tl>ltdiCoxiUionto at aa m3_) t"J.J Aa, "
a Otmttitutim .
o pae dr ,,-' C a1tbW,1&' 3 bt>Ii.) THE rnrdersigued, Agent'of tb'c "bor'Oorapany, ,and! .serioujs reflection. ,The contest in whionvrajirp of them' l' eiY aIo1itary '-rote/from. any form the Union,_and. sot,tU ;fint and MlTtiitamvpr ask IiM tut* 'after 11 I. 6a ,) I ':
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;jit ff :Oi :iI2)W.Ooj ,3r&rijb. 1'v revc J *""add "**-Buil"-tusurnoe&rainit'y engaged,..is.purely,* sectional on*.- other party at !the North The FugitiveSlave ;cooMrs,' who CMgfct happen to arrir in:a .tirritory, taebeILtbb.., .1! ;l....11.'To :
,,... TurpeutiRe in bar-*!*-ar J at jfetafl. i'JJ'ki. -' Th Slasery it the,only -ittue, .and' : Law only received three :votes from ussmnbl.d iD pa9ic W.a tll
question
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u.We. ; is the Ran- the Northi,outside oftht Democratic, party, If tbb be-ooViafficient; .to the __
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Democracy displayed. their moderation as t-land-at the old price, why did he lugged the propriety Broome to'the":now undeniable" fact that Af,. Florida think of it? If clear of the i uplied tie More W..... by the grounding the Government steamer,
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well as their patriotism to those who oppose of hating of calling these lands the Board withdrawn together from for market the pn or posh the Walker had,, 'as he thought, good cause for charge, he surely would have laid so on the We invoice the Democracy throughout the on al' ]hreontemplated returning, his stay

j their cause. Their light truly shono forth prices raised f" dodging a plain, straightforward reply tothe first and on every occasion, in conversation, State to rally to the polls as one man on the was necessity ;'prptraeted intd weeks_

undimmtd I last night to the world.J1 Mr.Valk'r could probably answer this questions of'.1"Marion" H. WAS ONE: OF on the stump, through the public! prints, and 6th of October; Our Northern: Democratic Wbilb iil 1'amAalthough ho'oade two pub.

question better than myself.; The application THE ORIGINAL SPECULATORS! THE GREAT not leave even the shadow of a doubt, to rest friends are,battling in a,hand to hand conflict lid addr4foint earefully abstained from the
& for these lands was made to him. The suggestion month. It must the Black- in defence of the slightest taIuilbb) to 'politics. His speecheswere
with Republicans
Y rih m ournal. LAND PURCHASE in' 1853, and hence his remarkable over him for more than a ,
I I for a meeting of the Board was made detbttd
I ,: to him. The Board met at his instance, and and significant silence as to tho then, be true! and he has come down from Constitution and the rights f of the South. exclusively t Indian affsiu

1 r..o'L; ;;; '" j I my first information on this subject was received pertinent inquiries on the subject; and hence, his high position as guardian of the public Their eyes are upon us. They look anxious. and to tail-rodnterpn'ses, both addresses

: from him. I can, however, readily too, his lawyer-like attempt, in his letter of lands to join others in a purchase of them for ly to see what position Florida will take. If : being made at the instance of leading gen.

imagine such a thing as a man, who, having the 3d inst., to divert the attention of the people the purpose of speculation, and of course does the Democracy succeed, they will be nervedto tlemen of all parties. '. '

Saturday, Sept 27 1856. information not possessed by his fellow-citi- from the matters referred to by "Marion"by not den} it; and, by doing so, has not onlyviolated redouble their efforts against the common The people of the State,, after this baity-
__ zens generally, or by their agents or trustees,
._ will how
= M. i would decline to use it for his own benefit, dwelling with great plausibility on .altogether the nice feelings which ought to enemy, as our success will assure them that I exposition, see grossly..outrageous

OC:?- Oar friends throughout the State are when it would necessarily be at the expense different subject. But the facts nave govern a public officer without law, but he has Florida, with Alabama, Kentucky, Arkansas, arc the charges which party msJignithas

requested to furnish us the earliest' intelligence of the great interest of the State. This was come out at last, thanks to the unprovoked acted against the spirit, if not against the letter, North Carolina and Texas, sympathizes in concocted and given to the .world. Ti y

of the result of the election in their rev the course pursued by Mr. Yulee. Without and uncalled-for attack on Gov. Broome. of the )law prescribing his duties. Here is the their struggle and bids them God speed. But will see further that the Execnthr. oftbf

tllCctive Counties. consultation with or here conference he made, as his far us I know, Let it not be said that Gov. B. is "waging law: In chap.94, passed 1st January, 1847, if we are defeated, (and we can only be de. State cannot undertake.to discharge his plain
ono application
Democratic Club and secured any these lands against speculationby war upon the candidate of the Know No to direct the terms of selling the Internal Improvement feated through supineness and lack of union,) I' duty under the Constitution without subjecting

others. lIe then came before the Board things. That( trick cannot deceive the peo lands, it is said, in sec. 6, that the will not oar defeat serve to discourage them, himself and his motives to' malicious st
The Club addressed
Thursday
was on
and stated what he knew in regard to the organization ple. The "ITor" was commenced by Mr. Register may make one bid at the public sale while it will carry comfort to the fuaionists ? tack from alang.whapgers from one end of

evening by Mr. Dyke, but, owing to the late of capital, &c., for land entries on Walker and his organs. It was commenced of each tract "for the interest and behalf of Think of this, fellow-democrats Think of the State to the other. I such uaalt be
.
ness of the hour when he concluded, Mr.Galbraith' the line of the Florida Koad. He generously l
offered withdraw without cause, or the shadow of cause. Gov. the Slate "but it shall be unlawful for the it-and then RALLY RALLY for PERRY, for necessary in order to sustain Mr. Walker, i
:, spet'f"hVas postponed to a subsequent his application if the
meeting. The turn out of ladies and Board desired to avail themselves (for the Broome had avoided mixing himself up with Register, by himself or by others, to bid for HAWKINS, and for your COUNTY' TICKETS. is time the people were informed. of it.

There is evidently benefit of the fund) of the enhanced value of the contest for the choice of his successor; himself or be in any way interested, directlyor Let us have a GLORIOUS VICTORy-a victory
quite large. ,There is
gentlemen was a general feeling of disc
these lands, and. if not, he would then enter but his enemies would not permit him to be indirectly, in the purchase of the lands of' wanting in no element of completeness-a which very on
of interest in these Demo. tent pervades the
increase
an every pressant
them for the benefit of the Florida Railroad wit 1
erotic meetings. Company. I heard nothing then of this be- silent. They have forced him, by their gross fered for sale, and every such purchase for Victory that shall send a thrill of joy throughthe (State) administration,ca t of

On next Thursday evening, II. A. Corley, ing a bid for effect, or tho result of collusion attacks, into a defence of himself, and the himself shall be utterly void." If such purchase : ranks of our Northern brethren, and tell i the West are determined to pope ,

i or arrangement. The simple question was, consequences of that defence must rest upon by the Register is improper at his pub. them that Florida stands by BUCHANAN AND might towards reversing the policy of the .
Esq., and Capt. A. P. maker, will deliver ;
i whether we would sell the land to Mr. Yulee. those who wantonly provoked it. lic sales\ ) it would seem to be doubly so at THE CONSTITUTION Fellow-democrats, bu government inaugurated by Gov. Broome;
addresses. &c., which has long since exhausted the Treasury
I Mr. Walker VOTED TO SELL-Judge Brcvard, : his private sales, made too to purchasers that ry your differences about men. Vote for and entailed the State immense
upon
Fall Business. I' Mr.IT, and Austin now, Mr.Mr. Papy Walker and asks myself me if I AGAINST did not In connection with the questions of "Marion" ;\ he has joined for mere speculation.What your principles, and engage in patriotic rivalry debt.- Sentinel, Set; 23. a j

Our merchants are generally receiving their I! know it was all bogus! If Mr. Walker knew and the assumed reply of Mr. Walkerin I. signifies it that these lands had been as to who can do most, on the day of We italicize a portion.of the above i t
: it miserable his letter of the 3d inst., we insert the fol. offered for sale 12 or 15 months before, with. election to these It thus that serI
such
fall stocks of Goods, and business in the sity any tiling, was a trifling promote we tence for the of fixing the reader's

j is beginning to put on a lively appearance.- with the other members of tho Board net to lowing communication, to which the attention out finding buyers ? Some of these same will achieve victory. I attention particularly pars on it, while
we present
have exposed it. of the people is particularly invoked : : lands had also been offered carious The candidates i
demo.
Tie Messrs. Hodgkiss, Poole & Scott would ap opposition count on
The fourth question merits no notice fromme the facts which the Sentinel should have
from 50 cents to one dollar cratic votes to aid their election. But would.1 g--
have exhibited their splendid stock in to-day's but is fully answered in the response to [COMMUNICATED.] praisements per ven.

Floridian had not circumstances prevented us the first and second. Marion's" questions to the lion. D. S. I acre, but were not sold, nor for many those gentlemen vote for you, if you were before During Gov. Moseley's administration, the

from putting advertisement in type. We Fifth. If you thought that :Mr. Walker had sold Walker, State Register and candidate for : months after, yet that did not prevent Mr. the people ? Do Mr. Walker or Col. revenue collected amounted to 9188,425.71

have glanced through their long list, and I I t some high of character these lands, wtom too low you in have 1853 since, to a made gentlemanof one of Governor inserted in the Jacksonville News I Walker) from thinking it judicious to have a Baker ever vote for democratic candidates? l I and the warrants drawn upon the Treasury,

have no hesitation in saying that it is among your aids, on speculation, why did you wait till 1856 of HUh of August, remain substantially unanswered new appraisement and to raise the minimum You know they do not, and it because theyare during the same time amounted to $219,518. :
) before you said anything about it, knowing; at you Certainly it would not have justifiedhim democratic candidates. Then should ,
offeredin prices. why
the most magnificent assortments ever j by him. His long article in the Jack-
63 of of :
did all obout the sale at the time it was made? I showing A deficiency revenue $31-
the Tallahassee market These enterprising : The above sonville Republican of Sept. 3d is no answer. instead of doing so, to join a company you vote for them, especially when you know 1
question fixes beyond a reason or nearly per annum.
0.9 87,0
merchants seem intuitively to have adapted able doubt the paternity) of this pretended It is a very adroit piece of special pleading to of speculators and buy them up and secure to that both of these gentlemen are doing every During Gov. Brown's administration, the

their selections" to suit the varied wants ; editorial. It asserts that I knew all about avoid the real matter in issue and to lead off himself and friends the advantage of higher thing in their power to defeat BUCHANAN and i revenue collected amounted

this sale at the time it was made. It is instead of to the State whose ? Think of this and then t e216,12.9
of our people. Give them a call. the public mind from the enquirythey makeas prices, sworn your party unite, l and the warrants drawn

I II I true that I did know about it earlyafter) it to certain parts of his official conduct.- and salaried officer he was, and for that very one and all, "in a long pull, a strong pull, I during the time amounted upon to Treasury
was made I was offered, and declined sao $269,589. t
More Attacks and their Probable Con-I an
interest in the speculation. I did know that But the minds of the people must not be thus purpose. and a pun ALL TOGETHER" against them I.. 43, showing a deficiency of revenue of 853- :!

sequences. I I, Mr. Walker was one of the partners, and thata led off or gulled. What are these questions i The 4th, 5th and 6th questions of "Marion" Look well to your tickets on the day of e- I 46.5 or $13,3 per annum. In addition ,

gentleman who )located and appraised muchif refer to the profits of the speculation,and imply lection. Beware of fraud !
1. Were these lands" (Seminary and In- :
PEOPLE OP FLORIDA, READ AND JUDGE! to this, 815,0 borrowed by his successor
I I not all of it, was another. That the ap- ternal Improvement lands) "appraised }by officers that the appraiser and Register have already Beware of all manner of reports prejudicialto from the Internal Improvement fund on the 1

The communication which we insert below praisement, when made, was honest and fair, appointed by yourself, or with the assent sold out their shares and more than your candidates. We ,have heard of one
no one doubts. That the land had, in the of the Governor what had. infixing I I 22d December, 1853, was for the payment of 1 1
from Gov. Broome, has been called out i or agency you doubled the capital they put in. As these relative to our chivalrous candidate for Con.. I
j jty f
i opinion of the company, appreciated in value, the price of these lands ?t" I arrearages, and should legitimately attach to
: an attack upon him through the Florida j i is evidenced by the fact that as soon as entered t I Mr. Walker makes no answer. questions are not answered by Mr. Walker, gress, the author of which would do well to I Gov. Brown's administration.; This added

Republican of the 17th inst. That sheet, j I II tho prices were enhanced probably their statements must be taken to be true.- deny when it is brought home to him. Again I ii {
I The act of 1846, chap. 93, sec. 4, authorizes i would make hu: deficiency 56,46.5 or
doubtless instigated thereto by another, premeditatedly j i more than one hundred per cent. That they I But these sales being to speculators still, and we utter the caution-BEWARE OF
were not mistaken in their estimate is further the Register to have the Seminary lands RE-I' $17,0 per annum. 1
charged Governor Broome with not to settlers, it yet remains to be seen what PORTS !-whether against your own or
evidenced" by the fact that large sales have appraised before he offers them at public sale, During the first two year's years of Gov.
being the author of the questions propounded been made at those enhanced prices. Now, and also to affix a minimum price below tho State has lost by the transaction, or what candidates of the opposition. Believe nothing I Administration, embracing the latest annual

to Mr. Walker in the Jacksonville News of Mr. Walker, because some body has asked emigrants may have to pay by way of tempt- except upon proof, and demand that on !
which be sold. law
they cannot This also reports from the Comptroller and Treasurer,
the IGtli of August, over the signature of j him questions about this matter, turns uponme ing them with lands at low prices. Tho all occasions and under all circumstances. i
provides "that the said Register shall, the revenue collected was $131,166.70, and
Marion," prefacing the charge with certain j and complains that I did not tell nil about j upongood next question deserves a little more notice. Finally)) -be courteous and honorable
it long since. Mr.\ Walker, I presume, knows and sufficient cause, at any time, hare the tow0'0' the warrants drawn on the Treasury daring
questions which have received that notice at I 7. Is it or is it not true that the clerks ards your opponents, but show them no !
that I did not receive information from and the the time amounted
alter
my rigid to said minimum. same to $138,782.32,
porter
the hands of Gov. B. they deserved. That i\ him, and that-I received it : its ejnployed by you in Register's office have in the matter of t'otes-a favor to which theyare I
I Ir confidentially, 1 I If the minimum is reduced, the lands must i speculated in these lands ? and have they ever showing a deficiency of revenue of 87,915.6
the people of the State may have in one connected j! confidential character, as I understood, being i I not entitled as against your own party
first be re-offered at public sale before beingsubject raised the price less than one hundred percent or $3,807.81 per annum. from these war.
view the questions, charge and answers :, based upon the fact that he did not desire his candidates. I
we here insert, for their information, interest in tho speculation to be known. It to private sale. (See sec. 6.) purchased. upon?"the appraised value at which they rants b deducted the 815,0 for which a

was the business of Mr. Walker, and not of That Mr. Walker knew his powe and did More Revelations Connected: with .the loan was made on account of deficiencies,
the attack on the Governor referred to: i j As Mr. Walker stands this
myself, to communicate his official action: to his duty in appointing appraisers, and in setting mute to ques State Lands. &c., Gov. Broome's two year's administration
From the Jacksonville tt. < his constituents and until called tion also it is him be-
( Republican Sept ) ; upon either minimum and in doing no injustice to would showj of
the excess
a price, altering n revenue over
Why don't He Answer ? by my informant, or by Mr. Walker or his lieve that this also has been done and permitted We find a communication in the Jackson- I 1 .

4 Some time ago we put a few questions to organ, as I now am, to give publicity to the minimum prices even of a predecessor "upon -especially since September 1853-! ville News of the 20th inst., signed "A Citizen warrants of 87,3 or 83,692.50 per an-

U Marion," a correspondent of the News, transaction, I did not feel at liberty to do so. good and sufficient cause," there can be no The ," in which it is stated that at the time the num. These are te figures from the record,

and challenged him !o come out, like a man This, 1 hope, will be a sufficient apology for doubt ; and he would have so answered witha act of 1848- 9, chap. 239, empowers the great land speculation was: entered into by and on such a showing the Sentinel would

his and the omission. if that had been the Register to appoint a competent Deputy Register have believe people clamorous fora
over own proper signature answer proper pride only in Mr. Walker and others, the Governor of the us the a
them. If they were teo tough for him, we Sixth. If you believed there was any corruptionin quiry. But next, but does not "release or relieve him return of the State Government to its original
will moderate a little, and substitute the following said sale why did you not remove Mr. Walker from liability for all and act of his said State was suspected of being one of the spec "
every
!
from office; and why did jou allow him to be reelected 2. Is it or not true that about the year system of economy
which the would like ulators, and a special agent deputed to ascertain
questions people ;, without opposition iu 1854 and did deputy. And neither deputy nor clerks .
; why you 1853, one or more of the gentlemen appoint.
there is in the from whichwe
But
to see properly answered : !; immediately appoint the gentleman to whom it 'was j j ed by to appraise the lands in Marion, should be permitted to speculate in these the facts.U A Citizen" says : same paper ',
you
Do know that M. Vulee did made of staff}t" above still assault
you not not i one your It had been certain quote a more ingenious
I I Sumter and Hernando formed a co-partner- State lands more than the Register him long suspected by
intend to purchase all the Internal Improve- FJrst I have never: charged any) of the par nership with other gentlemen, and purchasedon any parties, that nearly all the good lands held by upon Gov. Broome's administration. In an :
roent lands in, Alachua and Levy, and that ties to this transaction with corruption. Se. I speculation nearly all the lands then heldin self. It is not pretended that the clerks the State in Marion County, could not have article headed .The Indebtedness "
Stte's
Mr. Yulee'a bid was only made to give an cond. I was not the Governor at the time it I Marion, with much of the best in the ad. bought in order to settle the lands, yet Mr. been taken in one day for speculation, ana the editor : ,

excuse for raising the prices of the land ?- occurred. 'Third. It was not my business!! to I joining counties, thus speculating hia or Walker has explicitly said that the 19,000acre the settlement of the County arrested, by p says

Was not<< this plan agreed upon and talked j run against Mr. Walker, and I claimed no their own appraisement! !" upon haul is the only speculation, or attemptat party who had never seen an acre of them, f .In this Annual Message, Nov. 24, 18
over between J'ourselfand Mr. Yulee at your control over the actions of others. Fourth. I j without having important'aids somewhere.It .- his Excellency, Gov. Broome says : Th
..house on the night before he made his bid ? did not consider" it a reflection upon a citizen I Mr. Walker makes no answer-no direct it, that I have heard of!" These puny attempts was at the time suspected that the Governor Ret of the Treasurer shows that the rev

Jf Mr. Yulee really wished to buy these lands '' that he had purchased lands from the State I answer, at least. of his fledgling clerks to soar into the had a hand in it, and that he had appro. I enue of the State for the year preceding the

.at the old prices, why did he suggest the pro. I i I at the price and on the terms fixed by the This} question implies censure, if the answer lofty regions of speculation he had not even priated official information to his own privatebenejit. 1s of Yomb has.been considerably in a-
,priety of calling the Board together for the ]i! State's Register, nor that he did not refuse to I II and that,
: ought to be it is true. But Mr. Walker "heard of. Well, let that pass. So strongly) was this suspected by cess of th .rces
purpose of having these lands withdrawnfrom i I avail himself of the Register's official information certain parties who bad felt interested in some are in a healthy and ci.
fat.
I' means to be understood as saying that "it a
market t or the price raised ? in securing these lands. Mr. Walker, however, is mistaken if he of these lands, that a special agent was dep. ti".' Would that as much b lid
If you honestly! thought the prices of the Seventh. If you cannot answer these questions i is not true, when he says, "Fifteen months thinks to wrap himself up in his mantle of !: uted to wait upon him, and ascertain if such now, but readers how much do you

,lands(: too low and wished to raise them, why perhaps you can answer whether you do not feel a afterwards" (after his public sales in May, dignity and his twenty years residence in I was the fact. On his prompt and uncondi the State owes! Be not surprised ges

did you not come out honestly and say so :t I little been detected humiliated at the that author the Governor of such a communication of Florida has j 1852,) "no one else) having applied for them, Florida, and his honesty to his clients and tional denial of interest, or agency in the tell you, that the State owes over $200-
: "
.without resorting to such a trick as this to 'i as that signed Marion!I" one gentleman," (no company, no former appraising correspondents, and his show of virtuous matter, the suspicion as to him was dismissed.Mr. 000.

.give, If you you thought an excuse that 7 Mr. WALKER had sold! :I I It may be a sufficient reply to the last question agent among them, mind you !) "did indignation, and supposes that all these will Walker, the No register, is now' made-espectfuliy The effort to'create the impression that this

tome: of these lands too low !in 1853 to a gentleman ; to insert the following extract from a i enter nineteen thousand acres, doubtless on I shield him against the above plain violationof i interrogated.. He like the charges Governor are, was suspected againsthim. debt has been contracted under the administration -

of high character, whom you have .I note received, and from at the an honorable same time and with intelligent the- I speculation, and this is the only speculation, trust as State Register. The facts speakfor : at the time of a connection with the matter, of Gov.. Broome, is in keeping wit
question
since made one c"your* aids on speculation, I citizen of Florida: "Dear Sir: I see in or attempt at it, that I have heard of!!!" themselves, and are not to be gainsaid or I and he like the Governor is simply requested much of the twaddle that has recently appeared -

why did you wail 'til 1856 before you said the Jacksonville Republican a statement by The books of his office will show, no contradicted; and, where th4Y are known, : to be his own witness. Nothing could be in that sheet In Gov. Broome's annual
about it did all
anything knotting as you "
about the sale at the time it was made ? ; the editor that you are the author of the doubt, that these 19,000 acres were put downas it must provoke a smile, even among his rion"fairer.has If furnished all is right him and most consistent favorable, Ma messg Nov. 26, 1855, he sums up ted
] article signed "Marion.. I have authorized sold to gentleman and the bondsor a opportunity bt and shows that it then
If you believe there was any corruption in one friends, to read over the reckless and bold to vindicate himself, and the friendsof Stte was
the editor of the News to the lie
said sale, why did you not remove Mr. WALKER j I'! direct to the charge in his next issue give upon notes, certificates and other papers relat manner in which he brings forward Hsanguineepeculators" Mr. Walker should be thankful for it." 81S1,8T26)n one dollar of which could legitimately .
from cffice ? and why did you allow himto f. ing to the purchase were made to to have been charged to Au adminis
be reelected without in 1854 i, my responsibility. agree (though in the plural yet mean. This special agent"-a highly respected
opposition
'] that the should have these entries. Yet Mr. Walker knew that Col. Houstoun and strives ration What the year's revenue and
and why did you immediately appoint the 'I I regret gentleman ing ,) to make him citizen of East Florida-assured us with his present

gentlemen to whom it ws made one of your deemed it necessary to have been so harsh in others were concerned in the purchase who !the scapegoat in the business, when he is, own lips, not a month since, that the same disbursements may b we have no means cf

staff? I the denial of the charge. I fear he supposed I l I did not wish their names to appear as par. perhaps, the only one of the company who is investigation resulted likewise in acquittingMr. ascertaining, but :'we venture the predictionthat

If you cannot answer these question, per. II i it.would But"feel I did a not little, and humiliated"would not when had I I been saw I ties. lie knew that among these was one of free of all objection in going into such a Walker of having had any hand in thespeculation exclusive of the Indian war, the deficiency

feel haps a you little can humiliated answer that whether the Governor you. do not of I the author. The time has not come in Florida his former! locating and appraising agents, speculation, and who therefore generously How this was made to appear, will not afford much capital for the

Florida has been detected a!? the autbor ot when the most humble citizen should feel and that his judgment and knowledge were agreed to have his name used publicly and is not for us to say-but the fact is as stated.It Sentinel and its friends. ,

ouch a communication: as that signed Mari '; humiliated when he asks even a candidate mainly relied on for selecting tho lands, aft i thereby shelter" his co-partners, who preferred turns out, however, from what we pub- One more word and we wi close this ar

on." 4 'I for trust Governor, committed how to he him has by administered the people.a great none of the others had ever examined them; !I not to be openly known in the matter. lish today, that the suspicions entertained in ticle. The Sentinel, in te some editoriaP

To this most unjust assault, Governor The attack ou me was not unexpected, and that he spent days, if not weeks, in the PLAIN TRUTH Marion relative to Mr. Walker's original connection from which we have quoted above,says : I If

Uroome replies as follows: though it was unprovoked, and has Induced Registers office in looking over the notes with the speculation were true. It the General Government refuses to foot tho-

"WHY DON'T HE ANSWER T me to examine carefully" the questions propounded and reports of himself and of other agents From the Jacksonville News, September 20. would seem, therefore, that Mr. \\"' dodgeof bill of Governor 'Broome's war, we a at

MR. EDIToR-The Florida Republican: of them of which by "Marion.their author I need find be nothing ashamed.in who had located and appraised these State A Clear: Miss. Marion's" questions was not without domed people arty how." OtT" GOVERNOR -

the 17th contains an article with the above They are simply a respectful application for land, in order to make such selections onlyas The editor of the Republican has been meaning.The BROOME'S WARrjjo! We 'u

hr 'caption, which purports to be editorial, but as information on a subject in which every citizen i. would make the most profitable specula. guessing at his facts so long, that he seemsto people will judge. the people of Manatee, Hillsborongb, Her

'1 had heard of its principal features in Talla- in the State has an interest. They are i tion. Knowing all this, what }better proof desire no better source than his imagination nando, Snmpter, Brevard, Orange and V olu.

usee some weeks since, I feel justified in addressed to Mr. Walker, thus enabling him I did Mr. Walker want that tho time had come from which to draw the most important Charges: Refuted.The War this u. We ask those who,
attributing it to the American candidate for : I statements. It is in this most prolific kaleidoscope aia.l
witness and his
Governor. The author of this article propounds They to be his are own not even liable stato to the objection own case.of' for him to examine the propriety of raisinghis I o we suppose that he has lately made Florida Republican and the Florida at the call of humanity, flew to the protection

f a number of inquiries to me, and, as being captious; for, with the exception of : minimum prices; that is, if he regardedthe the discovery that Gov. Broome was the author Sentinel have both charged that the recent of helpless women and children, even before

I 'am one of those who' believe that it is those relating to speculations by his clerks, : interest of the State rather than his own of the communication published in this visit of the Governor to Tampa was for the they knew that they could have Executive recognition
f neither a crime nor, a "humiliation" for a I have I He and he alone had paper a few weeks ago, signed Marion.- 'who have
(of which no personal knowledge,) profit or popularity. of electioneering against the Know -we call l upon those
t citizen to into official acts I will i Now we have to to the Republican, that purpose
enquire
my say
believe that he will either not
have reason to the official right and to do this. The shared its and achieved its victories
power Nothing candidate for Governor. The Republican hardships
M answer them promptly. The questions I will all will them substantially Gov. Broomn is not the author of that com- a
answer at or answer appraiser was not in fault for joining in the hose this is! Is it the
t for convenience number: each and all, in the affirmative. Then munication.The says : "''a pepe's
Pint "Do TOO not know that Mr. Yulee did not what is there in them to make a citizen feel speculation. He had valued these lands about charge is about as true as ninety-nine We understand too, that his recent visit war, or the GOT mora' &r'To

'' intend to porchaM all the Internal ImproTetneot land a little humiliated!I" two years before, having regard to the unset out of every hundred of the statements that to Tampa was more of an electioneering tion we do not fear that you will answer oa

only iu Alachnc made to and gin Levy BO create and that for Mr.raiting Yolee'i the bid price waa of I have thus answered all Mr. Walkers tied state of the country at that time as well have been made about the Democratic can ,I. tour than anything else." the 6th of October.

UielandrTo questions, and I hope I have done so to his as to their fertility. Thousands of emigrants didates during the present campaign by that The Sentinel's language is-

ra this question I answer, that I had no" satisfaction. I will not retort upon him by had come to East Florida in that interval and paper.Wo are not aware that Marion" desires Gov. B. has just returned from a visit to u GOT.: Browne's War."
such knowledge. I believed then, as I believe asking whether he does not "feel a little Tampa Bay, which, disguise it as he ,
private lands were rapidly rising in price and with the Republican. We may ends
now, that Mr. Yulee's bid was what it humiliated at having asked them, and especially any controversy we are informed from that quarter, was more Such is the epithet the F1 &nll"appliea
purported to be, and I believe that the authorof through such a medium. in demand. If speculation had not begun should think not. He addressed a few plain for the of waging war upon Mr. to the Indian existing oa

toil question has no good reason to doubt The two editorial in the same paper devoted before hi the State lands, it was to be looked questions to Mr. Walker, and when he sees Walker than purpose the Seminole Indiana." the frontier thisStato. wa.o Govrr Broosw's
to them he will
hat he was both able and willing to carry to my of visit companies to Tampa, &c., and, are to false the organization in for every day, and it was. Mr. Walker's official hear proper again answer from "Marion, we."presume In the mean It will be sufficient to characterize these War!I" Ah I gentlemen, :i tiatyw gape

4'_ bis bid infcrexectxtion. essential particular. duty.to..keep fully informed of all such time; we would suggest to the Republican the assertions, in the language of the letter we You condemn the Governor, do you, for his
BMood."Was not this plan agreed upon and talked every JAMES E. BROOME. changes, and he had theofficial power and propriety of letting Mr. Walker make his this Broome the women and
from Gov. afford
:oo the obt befit> be made bb bid T right to protect the interests confided tq.him. own defence. Your volunteered defence will in essential) particular." Gov. Broome'svisit chiWren-oxpoted barbarity I ,Too
It is not for us to'add words of our own to only tend to throw suspicion on the candi every t aY
implies a trifling suspicion, But it U time to turn to &the next question. ..
question fhjfc
-_' This this powerful vindication vindication the date. Not quite so much smoke, neighbor, to Tampa was for the aolepurpose of pie of the Frontier J rtaaaaW n
"'tmwoTtby of iu author, and is 'without a "3. Is it is it not true that 6sII1
or
you wert if with CoL! Mnnroe relative the ragtag at dcors sneeringly
von please.St. consulting war your
.' ad ow of foundation except In his imaginavjjonv more imperiously demanded. when the people yourself one of the parties who entered into t i
The first intimation \ received of that consider the from which the article in with Volunteers i the service. of the State, and to .Gnxnor Broca+ ** W.'r-&.
; source partnership i your Appraiser or appraisers .
Louis 21. Gov. has disbanded
.
Sept. Geary art
tffcM, ur anything connected with it, directly or: the Republks is: lettered to emanate.. But in this grand speculation!" the Border Ruffians, who area greatly toform himself from .observation, of dobt.ipe that it t.i. ,
p. 1..
:(indirectly, was from Mr Walker himself lifter Mr. the state of affairs on H. easy heath i
Walker kas
made what will l more partfeidariy? strike_ the people? Even this vital question incensed thereby,and swear ven_oe. Lane tnte. t

v it'Third.iud beta'"If Mr|Yulee rtaliv,wibed to buy tbiN it the conclusive testimony borne by Gov. failed to answer.- What must the people of with' 150 own, moved towards i N ebr .ka. designed being absent only) 4 f* dy.ut you are} b left to take &or J&1rtt.



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Elections have been held, since the open- 1 Ibe Florida] Sentind repttbUshee from the We notice that the Sentinel is guilty of the for the re-election of Mr. I Ii i, .

ing of the Presidential campaign, in Kentucky, Richmond Whig a sharft Fremont Virginia bad taste of admitting doggerel verses to its ate. .- TnE Trtw in of acitftotfc fl bo 'tod|W tfwn. th.t L'lo. they pl.u-bve

North Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, J Electoral ticket as a genuine thing. when. it columns relative to the late ten cent" sUui- Gov. GKART IN & succeeded a pweuria the MTVoi a.F \

Alabama, Iowa, Vermont and Maine., We I i tarns out to to nothing more than a misera- der against Mr. Buchanan. The editor ADDRESS.- Louis, NOTICEOF whose well klnwa .2%. experieOC.U aDd pfttroooo8MU 1 I thIitftitki
teachers. they can gwrantee .h
the result with the number of electoral 1 ble Know Nothing trick. The Richmond knows or ought to know that that charge is ry delivered his inaugural sdrutas t bsttu-

,give voie to which each State is entitled, taking it j Enquirer of the 16th inst, exposes the matter destitute of the least foundation. It is aim- continuance ton, on the of llth strife inst tim i* the 8gbsrn Jt 1 U. sicoertly.that 1ipd
the people Of florid ,9 .
for granted thatas each has now voted so will it thus: p1 false, and has been denounced as such enee of tbe citizens of .'* ,of Additional, EastA wi ovftce.by a S 1 .,

n'teil November : FREMONT TICKET IN VIRGINIA. by Mr. Buchanan himself. At tho time Mr. promises justice to all. W It FLORIDA-" their prefer**. home t riskia te l-
The Fremont Electoral Ticket in which and he ; evade tb.(wuideralle ezpcsetho7 .
FIlEIIO Virginia Davis of Massachusetts him the says expects far
BUCHANAN. I'IUMOUU ". ; imputed to conveniences tending daughters J'Iiituto '
we hear so much in the Northern papers.FM proposed the Legislature until they .. s. o w
Kentucky, 12 nod nominated by a Fillmore organ in this city desire to reduce the wages of labor, Mr. B. &tue. '
He has issued a ia pursuance of the set entitled, _Ap The is ?uniM>edwitbaneTtenn.T fJb'eni'.
Noith Carolina, 10 whether of in a the spirit Black of fun, or with the serious is purpose indignantly repelled the charge and said : the volunteer militia, public lands in alternate sections, kal; 1 and Aril Apparatus..al*
aiding Republican more '
Miisnuri C than ire will undertake to determine. party The National I openly declare in the face of the Senate armed bands to disperse Florida and Alabama to aid in" the wit Mo i$4)DtruDe1i otll and any nua-

Alabama, U) i Atnerktui was certainly the first to suggest a Fremont and the world, not only that no such tory. ce.-tAin railroads in said State communi. ap-- b ? commence
instructions ettttoftbelrutitutinotrin
were
Aikausas, 4 Ticket for tins State and to publish a list of doctrines were avowed by me, but these remarks It May office, 1856 to the, land officers at NrwwASS- T MONDAY KTOctober next.F&ClYItY O

Texas, 4 Electors for the Black' Republican party. It is equally of the Senator (Mr. Davis,) 'are palpa INDIANA: AND ,Florida,on the 6th inat for the : .
that the and nominationswere
indisputable euggestion
Iowa, both which reach through and from sale or location until ;
the and
ble misrepresentations of letter us suspension
I eagrrly adopted by the Black Republican politicians M'PAfrtior
6 of the described lands a* JOHN & oCMatbm.
3 following
Northwestern A.ORA
VeVinont, I IMaioe of two
tvho'being extremely to direct spirit speech. great '
t anxious x re- my the limits of selection of the and .
-- 8 mont of his sectional character, reason for doubt that they probable nd
exclusively were only A.L.O"BRIKN.A.iLiProffMor of Langge
And again : Main Stem railroad, in said State, to .,.
too glad of the opportunity to deceive tbe people of for Buckanan. It is said Moral Science. .. ,-t,
.8 OO'J! 17 the North with the idea that he is seriously supported My charge against him (Mr. Davis) the former are offering to MRS. L. of Ornamental Doret
in Virginia. So the American u Electoral Ticket was, that he had asserted that I was in favorof AT NEWNaNSVILLE. E GR.-N Priipl

"llie iuiiicatiois thus far point conclusively for Fremont in Vinnnia" was paraded with exultation reducing the wages of labor. I have fixed of 15000. The situated south of the body of lands M GRANT. A. isUnt ."

: to the fact that the people have determined to iu the Black Republican papers. But the thing did upon him the charge of having throughouthis States is 24.-Savannah for tbe Cedar Key Branch rail B.R.LIGNOSKI. Prin.tp* of Music, Jeprmt$ .,. .
not end here. The Fillmore people in this State, by ; the line which divides range twenty- ELIZABETH LEVINE3S. r
make James Buchanan President of the United i ir whom the Fremont Ticket was origiually nominated, 'I whole published speech misrepresentedmy Another Case of Fever ; and north of the line dividing :MISS inMtaic. .

States. : ostensibly as a joke, accept the fiction on tbe authority arguments. This charge will stick to and twenty. By order of the Board of Trustee.

i of the lack Republican papers, and publish it him as close as the poisoned shirt of Nessus. 2P A few days ago we OFFICE AT TAMPA. 20,,'56.' 88 .. ,
\nd where is Mr. Fillmore iu this rnc .?- aa a grave reality The invention travels North is en He will never be able to relieve himself fromit. cure of Fever and .Ague by the -Ta11be Sep
&.red by the 'remont press, is sent back, and again situated west of the line dividing
So far he and his friends have been distanced.TotlV'vight ; i issued bere as genuine currency I Now, this may all ." Liver Pills, prepared by and twenty-five, and north of the Lost '.

for Buchanan, seventeen for Fremont be intended as a capital jest, but it has a very ugly We should think that such 'disclaimers We have now another [tto :. townships thirty and thirty-one. Thursday the 18th fort,.a black z.Poket
look. A man was once indicted of forgery for"'playI James Sharp, of Madisonburg, my hand at the General Land Office OJf BookeonainlagtwoteudolarOod! piece,,
none for Fillmore !-and yet the people I plagiarizing" Another person's signature. would make the blood tingle in the ears of I labored under a very severe City of Washington, this ninth day of one two dollar bill (bank not ro.lle) and !

ire \being constantly told that h his prospects I IJ There i is no Fremont Ticket in this State,and there any partisan bad enough to icpeat the men 1856. note on Burk. amount nt .
; will be The of whose ver, and was soon restored by HOOD, Acting Commiirioner. Tl. finder will cosifer'favor a
is between none. gentlemen names such able to William Spence.
the
J are very bright-that in fact contest unwarrantable use is finade, will no doubt indemnify dacious slander. Mr. Sbarpe {also expresses an 39 and b liberallr; rewarded 4* returning the

I him) and Fremont What humbugge- !. themselves for the injury. The authors of the libel observation, that the Liver same to r JAMES S. RUST
carried are not so secure from punishment perhaps as they Speaking Out. R. R. OFFICE, September 20, l8 t. 38
I} The State.which have been by ous complaints ever offered in __
ry flattered themselves. September 22, 1856. f
The card would
tile Black Republicans were only so carried following as our neighbor Although long known as a Railroad will offer fur Wood Ware &c.
Will the Sentinel rcnderjust'ice in the :, Company
I for itself. Two of the
through a fusion of the supporters of Fremont ; say, speaks gentle' chronic cases of Hepatic the 11th of October next, at public Auc- JUST RECEIVED. PER REMINGTON"
premises men subscribing it have been old line Whigs, the Liver, the proprietors, stock of Molts and Horses. The
and Fillmore against the supporters of Bu ; -- : From New York :
in number choice and select
40 ,
Lane's Pills, were not prepared -are
1 I but that there is other national
, chanan. Still ilKJ deceptive cry is, Buchanan 1 I Creative Gcnlos. now seeing no gratifying evidences of its : young, having been purchased about 12 Tub. Shaker Brjonif.
It the action of the Board of Trustees party, have determined to unite with the Democracy : Terms Cash. CEDAR .
I is out of the s-truggle-Fillmore is the only : ( ) tive capacity. In this respect, 89-tds .. 'Wie j
the instance of the Governor's friend LiDos
man who can bent Fremont !'' Surely the j "was at : i icine has exceeded their most Hoop ,, Cotton

friends of Fillmore must think the people are i .Mr. Yulee, and was intended by him to keep PROVIDENCE, COLUMBUS Co., Fla., and induced them to hope that TALLAHASSEE R. R. CO, ) Rib Boards, Rp.W

them (the Intermal Improvement land) out of Sept. 12th, 1856. 5 5In. into family in the September 16th 1856. f j For sale by R.H. BERRY.

fouls, and c'-::equcntly unable to see through niaikct until he could locate them for his I : EDITOR-Having once joined the I c-every Purchasers will be of orders adopted at a meeting of the Sp. 13, 1856.: 37 (Sent >py.Notice. s
their trickery. The first Tuesday in November I road. This has now been done." Know but time determining Directors of the Tallahassee Railroad -- ---- -
Nothing party, some past LANE'B CELEBRATED :
I' I on the l:tb instant. the rates of Pas I
w.is !
It Mr. Yulee's bid for
( ) a mere pretext .
undeceive them. : have do with them
will not to any thing to FLEMING Baos.of Pittsburg, Transportation on Goods, will be re
____ taking the price and keeping them out of i LLpersons interested are hereby notified that the
and that will still claim
=-- I fearing they us, you i mifuges, in comparison,are viz: A
I administrators of the estate of Lev-
market until lIe had taken them under his
will ] that it is determination after the 1st October next all up-freight undersigned .
\Ve congratulate his Excellency i please announce our genuine also his HOD. J. lee
upon I i Vermifuge ick Green, will apply Way
railroad This he has now done to the Cents hundred pounds dec3. tote
grant. per
getting Ironi under cover and waging wrpe1ly i ( to support the Democratic party. can now be had at all will be reduced to Cents Baker, Judge Circuit tlie Middle Cir-
extent of that The trick has won, thething Twenty per
( upon Mr. Walker in his own name.* I II grant. I JAMKS POWELL, genuine without the cut of Flunl in the city ofTalJtsee on StoaJ
is and the whole .
accomplished, country H. B. ELDER 2
after the 1st October next One Dollar OctobrJI%
.
Such is the language of the Sentinel with j suffers by it." R. R. THORNTON for fare from Tallahassee to following real i in Leon county.State of 1-
passage
I Sold at all of the hundred and oflnd
Drug to-wit three twenty acre
respect to the cornmunicaticji of Cov. Broome i it The above is from the Sentinel of the 23d I JOHN F. SIMMONS, the same from St. Marks to Tallahas J10riJ : '
1.
in Section
by one agent in every town in or less, 16. Township Rang
1 and Judge Brevard, (published last week,) inst. That paper is located but a few steps I SIMKON ROBERTS, of the Company, for the Condi Suth and West,embracing the late residence of

I defending their action r.gainst asaaults by the I from the office of the Secretary of the Board. : ROBERT C. MARTIN, Tallahassee ceases on their delivery at the Depot the sid Lovick Green: and also one. Land Warrant.of i.
CHARLES F. MARTIN, or their Wagons or Dravs. No. 13, 755, for 160 acres of land. .b property .
Know Nothing candidate for Governor. I The records were open to his inspection.- JAMES M. SWEAT, SIFT. 26.-COTTON-This BY ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT. Alcey Green and Joseph J. L. Green (a minor) Loire 9 '

I That deft-nee is called waging war upon i iIr. There is, therefore, no justification for suchan WILLIAM H. PARRISH, JR. market very freely during the A. SHISE. Secretary. of the said Lovick. Green.ALCEY GREEN. Admt'x. *

Walker" And so it has come to this I article. There has not been to this day A. J. PREVATT, amounting to 657 bales, were 39 JOHN DUGGA.R. Aimr. i

that Mr. \. has a free pass to make charges I II one acre of that land located for the Florida ISIIAM TnoU"Tox.Q quotations with which we Collector's Sale. By WALCKU' A Wwrrf, their Attorneys.Sep. '

and comrn't mils and if th-se rcpelli i Road and for the he is indebted wit: 9 to 10} .___ ._20, _56. _'_385._ __ a
I ass: are itor'sfact.s Governor Seymour is stumping all NOTE.-The prices of sold before Ole Court house door, in the
R. GARDNER
DR. N.
ed, it is waging trar" upon him Are v e entirely to a fertile imtgination.'ill he I Ii parts of the State. He is untiring in his exertions ported by us weekly, are the of Monticello, on the first Monday in *

: understHnd the Sentinel this i i ? We shall and his blows fall heavily the consideration trade in the following Land to wit: The SEt. OFFERS proft-A-ional ervici'e( t tbe citkn
correct upon of
to as taking position I see. a or I Section 33, Township 1, Range 3, N and ville and: surrounding country. Office"
I Let us know, as we are desirous of I enemy. In conversation he says that he has from t to i advance on our Q as the property of Elijah Walker at Centreville.
Ii i in never noticed a change in public sentiment the State and 20, I860. 38 _
being informed as to what meat it is upon Fusion Pennsylvania.There greater County Taxes.- __Sep.______________ ______________ ___________ e
< j.j.I than that which has taken place within place and time, the E j of S E i of
State tickets in the ,
Ttliich Mr. Walker feeds that exempts him I are only two the past few weeks-the result of which 1". Range 4. N and E, levied up FresH Arrival,

from being icplicd to when, in order to justify field in PcnnsJh'ania-the Democratic and has added vastly to Mr. Buchanan's stiength. OBITU ofLewis Taxes.M.Goldsborough to sans FROM NEW YORK PER REMINGTON :
I' County
I DIED at the residence of :
Black The of Fillmore I
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bis own action, he misrepresents, however Republican. supporters He is gaining on the other candidates everyday 19th just ROBERT i JAMES D. MORRIS, Tax Collector. BAGS Ri and Java Coffee .
i fuse with the abolitionists. The Pliiladclph'n i ; and the more sanguine Democrats no 185C. 39Notice. 45 25 Soap. !
that of others. But it
unintentionally,
child of Mr. and Mrs. J. H
: JVrtM: the Fi'lmoie'] in longer doubt that this great State will cast : Starch
leading
i is not true that Gov. Broome. in the letter organ her for him in November.-JV. Y. Neics. Parents are called upon by Assorted
vole
t ; ,- the State, adopts the Black Republican tick tion of a wise God to mourn 2 Bbls. Cider Cod .
referred to, waged war"U POI Mr. alkcr. !'I: et and calls all its Know Nothing friends lIon. D. S. Dickinson is also on the stumpin I born, the bright object of their having demands against the estate of 2" White Wine Vinegar,

That letter was carefully confined to a simple I upon New York fighting manfully for Buchan- dest love. Endeared by the Woolf, late Jefferson county,deceased, 6 Crashed Sagar, '
to rally to its support. People of Florida !- I pleasing ways incident to its that they must present them to the 2 t Pulverised -
Jl fence of those! whose naiues! \\ ere at
i for the hoso hanan, Breckinridge and the Constitution.In .- centre of the home circle ; but duly authenticated within the time pre 2 St&wt SIr"
tachcd to it ; and ilsauihois would have bneniirtlict will3-oa support man Presidency\ t ti the News of the ICth, he has a list of where all is sorrow and gloom, or this notice will be plead in bar of 6 Boxes ;
i friends at the North enemk'S appointments from the that the 8O3U'f and all indebted said Vertoucil'i; .
i ( in duty to thdmstlves had they omit- i j join j'outvoist knowledge ; persons to estate 6 : ; i
I and assist in crushi out" only defenders running up to the 30th inst. transferred froru a world of to make immediate payment to 1 Baskets HfuUicfc Champeints, .
ted to m:.k,' that defence. Its statements ; .ng your Should there be no collusion between the to one where no sorrow, no WM. ANDREWS, Casks Ale'an Porter,
were incontrovertible, naked truths-and if there Aga n-will you vote for a in the embrace of a pitying .\ Sh'flt and Admr't ex-offieio. 1 >
I man for Governor of Florida who has publicly Fillmorites and Fremonters in New York, of praise to tbe glory of his Sept. 27, 1856. i' -8w t b1 Peach Brandy,
tbe utterance of these: be waging war" upon I Buchanan is as certain to get the electoralvote shall pass away and be no ------ 2 Apple ,

Mr. W. then God help the Know Nothing admitted on the stump that Mr. Fill- hope that a glorious reunion Notice. 10 M. Best Spanish Segart. '. -" .-
of that State the of election rolls
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more is against the South on the Kansas a day and tears will be granted; and Fursaleby ; ,R. H. BERRY*
part3.r gloom o'er spread the place having demands against the estate of S'ep.l36. J7 [Senteopy.
r But it is not the letter in question go much question," and yet persists in upholding Mr. round. happiness and joy, still they Cbason, late of Liberty county, Florida, __ __ _._ _._ __ __ __ T.i T.

i f that his lends feel as it is the two capitol I F., and opposes Mr. Buchanan, who everybody Where the "Letters" come from!! out hope.* hereby to administratrix notified to present them the duly time Notice. ,
First die th witi '
admits is trilh the South on that QUINCY FLA. 25 1856. our pleasure's ab*>tjce from *he State! M.'D.'Fapy
errers committed 1-3 Mr. Walker. All this j ques'tion Sept. Our hopes, and then our or o notice will plead in bar' DURING my
authorized J. H.
? Will Mr. Walker's election ; and all persons indebted to the said duly agent. BULL
about not under Editor Floridian : These are dead. the debt f'
stuff wagingal" is but an attempt I make immediate payment Sp. IS, 1856. 37
Dust claims dust and
f to aveit the consequences of their candid such circumstances, send a thrill of joy II I DEAR SIH-The pretended letter of "Te- All things that we love we ELIZABETH CHASON, Admt'x. --- -

i ate's blunders. It is useless to disguise the through the fusion ranks in Pennsylvania loogee" in the last issue of the Sentinel, has Like ourselves must fade ; 39 Calestn, Si). Ca. '
noble created much merriment in this usually staid Such is our rude mortal
: fact that Mr. \-. erred in dodging the plain and have the effect to discourage the and quiet little town, for the last few days, Love itself would, did Law School. & CO.V!;

and respectful inquiries addressed to him by army of patriots who are there strugglinghand even amongst the good-naiured portion of DIED at Welaka, E. F, proposes to establish a LAW SEA Iftl.A.N'D, COTTON FACTO 1W." v

Marion." He should have replied! to those to hand with the enemy ? Think of the Americans." It is quite evident that CECILIE E. BRYANT, wife i I in the City of Tallahassee for the in ....- !

inquiries, fully and /rankly and his friends these things, and let no vote jour's on the this letter is all bogus, or the author (if in aged 21 years. students History and in Jurispen Law comprising,Corn- WK1 l3.twTot. R W.siwsioiti. ont:'

know 6th of October give aid and comfort to the fact a resident on the Teloogee,') a most Criminal Law and JOEl T. DrLL WI1DOP.N LWTO.Ja
it Though he be a candidate for "Know for Euty. 1856. '
consummate Nothing, Squire -
fusionists in is and his through the __Se 1 .
Governor, that fact docs not place him so any way. Gibson, ," the whole team" man, was withdrawn lectures, examinations, recitations and t
-- have hand Five
on or
jjigh as to be above the reach of the hum EdiLor of the Floridian: from the turf more than six weeks WE feet of good SEASONED t communicate a knowledge of these Notice.. .. f
ago, and Capt. Gregory put in his place. cription. which will be of the get system of law- MISS C.SMITH will hSbe'oMoa.. f
blest citizen in tbe commonwealth and
to Messrs. Walker and Baker, candidates of The Boss at the Capital ought to be kept Those wishing Lumber can principles into and initiate the the Atb reoJ nu Bej Urx> %rV, >f

suppose the contrary is a very grave mistake I the opposition for Governor and Congress in better posted up or he may again let the Bills sawed at short notice. the rules duties of of practice bis thus prepai him session twelve will dollars commence per seeeio tke ef v Jt'a The. first, 1

in Mr. Walker or any body else. I this State, are both running for office and yet cat out of the wallet" I wonder if the let- Sept 27, 1886. is favorably situated for affording fa- end tbe lat of February ; rl second CB"Qb. &} t \

His next error was in writing the letter cf I both are at present the recipients of office.- ter from Jackson was from the same factory of the pl not only to stu March aid eeds the last of July. wl b i ': .
Will neither resign ? In the purer days of ? Q. I parts prop t those al:1 from charged from the time they et SJ -- ,
the 3d inst. That letter was paraded by his the republic if a man held one office and be- __ Tax and Alabama, the Supreme Court of end of the session during eater. No th \]

Eastern organ aa a. triumphal reply to came a candidate for another, the practice Another Leading Whig for Buchanan Tast 1 District of C county the being United all States held here and, dui Sept. 13 made, exep Co protredllress#f'

Marion," when iu truth his frienc's felt thatit I was to resign the position held. Q. and Breckinridge. x Curt of the latter being always open,

t. was nothing more than an adroitly framed It gives us pleasure to inform Q." that In the Salisbury, N. C., Banner ofthe IGth I times PROPOSE specified to be below at the, to and of hearin arguments of them. and seeing Notice to the :Stock laeni of tile: J r:

peice of special pleading, calculated to mislead I Mr. Baker, influenced by the manifest propriety inst., we find an able letter from Hon. D. M. due for the year 1856. will be divided into two term, exclu Pen. & Ge. RCe .

has his office and Barringer, former member of Congress, and both upon me and upon the two months of August and Septem
only those who were willing to bo deju-! of PO doing, resigned __ ____ ; "
Minister to Spain under Mr. Fillmore's ad- al, as I shall be compelled, short during which the Chief Jus z1 !
ded. His sagacious friends knew that the 1 an election to fill the vacancy will take place ministration, and a gentleman of high char. cases, to levy on all those abnt.pod duty. Vit..- .
made to the 1st day
uiQksigLted would tho on the same day in October with the other trusted previous commence o the second p
people see through acter, long known as one of the most ing the time of closing tbe w RR0 l

dodge without the aid of gl& 5e8. Brides, elections. Mr. Walker, however, moved and trustworthy leaders of the Whig partyof Saturday, October.. 4. Byrd's ensuing.THOMAS BALTZELL. .. f.

it ha been the means forcing others into thereto doubtless by the old saying that abird North Carolina. Mr. Barringer avows his 6 7,, Fort 18H2 -38 N I OTICE peroeotbasbeeaoaUediaoB b hereby given that an instalment tko \saheenptioqtotbeCnUlStoekef of 10.

A vindication of themselves, who, for 3Ir. in ihe hand is worth two in the bush," determination to vote for Buchanan and 18, Apalachicola Sentinel;,Watchman,Tmavie; the DIt aod CuWi
Breckinridge, not simply because they stand 14, ; Taaee.' please Railroad Ooropany. payable at Copaoy
Walker's sake had better have been let still holds 'n.II The purer days of the republic send bi'ls to o t
the only chance that there is defeating Fre. 15, rr. on the first 4ay of October tut. \' 4

:one. It was expecting a little too much to !"-pshaw! what has that to do with mont, but also, becaase he does not approveof 16, F.I'LG. See'r.a,f r.ei.:

think that high-toned gentleman occupying office-especiallyMr.Walker's office ? the order" to which Mr. Fillmore belongs .4" 18 17,, Ltr!_ Sept IS, 18H.< 87- .

: and cannot subscribe 'to its platform.lie ON
responsible positions before the people would FLORIDA
A body of men purporting to be a Na. is opposed to the so-called American or Plan Lottery OAM'

remain silent under a plausible, one-sided tional Convention" met in Baltimoreon Know-Nothing party. He says, in my W. T. FET '

t: *1Pe &n act in which they took A con- Whig opinion its organization is anti-Republican, TAKE NOTICE.-When PRIZS THAN BLANKS. (Assiarzo BT CoxrnxNT Paorasoaa!)'
the 17th inst and nominated, as they above-named I be found
epicioas part, and especially as that view was and contrary to the true theory of oar government Barnard. can rI'HE exercises of this Inatitatioo will be resuraed J
there do Fillmore and Donel- 10,0 DOLLARS Monday the 6th of October oUt .
given with the clear design of exciting the were sent to and the fundamental principles of Sept. 27, 1856. o'elockLM. day at 9 '
son for the Presidency and Vice Presidency.The the Constitution." The great question, domestic g' T
Numbers.
condemnation of the people against it. This 15,000 It is important that Students entering theatbeo&V '
whole affair was a humbug, from beginning slavery, he lays, is paramount to For bee.entonthefirsdayofthe iresioa ..., ,
in others is what hurts "
blunder
v forcing out to end. A correspondent of all others in this presidential election. Upon COUNTY ACADEMY The COLLKGUTX DxrAarmxT embraces a.roll*sad ;
<' fti the Battering among the wouudedpigeons" whig this question, the Democratic party occupiesin dI6 rpHAT[ Beautiful entire course of Ancient Language Mathetnatioa,J.
the National Intelligencer says it was composed I aide on Clinton the,usual English branches taugbt in Soetljero Colleges.
evinces. Bat eminent degree, the highest conserva- LOTERY.
clearly gentlemen, an !! There are over five The Labratory; is with J
chiefly of Know Nothings, who had and national It supplied a oe. ad'
you have no one to blame save your candi. tive constitutional ground. to the residence undivided by ; [ GEORGIA.] splendid set of Apparatos with Charts.Maps,Ac. ,
abandoned and denounced the Whig party. is truly national It is the only party now ses a fine Garden, Stable, TATJ The PEXTAEATOM, DCTIMWITT will embraee all
date. He loaded the and if its recoil -
gun, We understand that Florida was represented.If in existence which can meet together, discuss Negro houses a splendid Well the studies taught in sigh Schools and Acad mjea.$ -
has prostrated him, his supporters must "grin When and adopt principles and resolves, on CUtern. There are several CLASS R. Great attention paid to tho morals sad conduct of
so, who appointed the delegates I West and North aide of tbe October at Concert Hall Students. ;
and itLet however hear this of the of a similar lth,185 .J
bear as, .no subject same, or even dences which I will sell at Go. under of
been sworn superintendence ;
? There hat no EXPENSES OF'I'Df ,
more about .' waging waras" that is a were they appointed character in every and all sections of our opportunity, offered to those Logan, and Jas.A.Nisbet, Esq. : _
meeting in Florida that we have heard of to country." to locate, in Tallahassee and The Tuition Fee for the Higer-Brtwhw. $15 00 _. ,
dodge equally as palpable as the one which either of the male or female $15,000 For the Common English Bnmebe, & on'
send delegates to such a gathering, thoughwe Contingent .
rise to the whole controversy. You surpassed by none for the ... is Expense ? t j OCJ '
gave $ $15,000
such Massachusetts Politics. .. 1,00 .. Board can be obta .dm the
remember there was a call for a the gentlemen in charge of city at moderate rates.
know that candidate commenced the ......... is. .. .. .. Payable in advance. ',
your tear. meeting but the tiling fell through for want WORCESTER, Sept 16. For Sept.271856.particulars apply to .... .....2,0 is..... ........2,0 5,0 For a OatsJogjoe fnarterly, or farther iafman. ,\ &dnsb t' ":

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State Convention and 1,000
The Republican a B. AswsUnl
decent Clayton Talkbassee.
1II11Mut Election. of Whigs enough to make up a gath of the Fremont of the American .. .. .......500 a..2.00 ae..... ...... August2,1856. / 8144 Florida.. .
ering. The truth is what Whigs in Florida did Convention wing Honey! Money! !! l .... .......JUU.are... ........2,60.' -
I We kave at length the official aggregatesof party. met here to-day. Both 'infra, of ,0 "
$50
not join the Know Nothings, with here and attended. WHY BE I Pr a 1,0 : lI tice. 7 -
the vofcsor State officers at the late elec- largely 25 are a ,, ,,
tion in Missouri. The vote for there an occasional exception are now acting Tbe Americans re-nominated Mr. Gardnerfor WHEN it is just as easy 20 are 1,000 I8 hereby given tha* KPp& tk wmtwand*.ta M
full "
governor with the Democracy. We could name Qovernor. Owing to the difficulty of getting a pocket u 10 & a 1,000 Ge Assembly ot tb* State,* t-JKaa4 at.
; stands: the Republicans to. endorse this,' they I have got a new article, of$8$are. .... .... .. ... .63,760 Den Session for a cb.uW lira W Jtot4.ba Q.
who have thus united with us. twenty dollars a day can be
at least Town fifty
iu .
: Quiocy or vioam r. ttfe G orzi* JIM
Polkdexnocrat.48,8S9 resolution that would nominate no
.
) adopted a female. It is highly AMOUNTING TO $102,0001 I in the direction of BsiDbridgO.gi to. be alt

Ewing (know nothing).40,578Beaton WASHI50TON ITE_$.--Washington Sept.IS.It. State ticket. ticle slates which; Kudose it wanted me two in every 'O-h.85 Quarter 82,30. the Quiney and Bainbridg 1t Road
that the Ad. At the Fremont American Convention 'without Aug. 11, 1858.: WSotMEDICAL
.', has been ascertained and I will forward by return Dd. tlo.. ._ V
ministration is officially advised that the project Luther J. Fletcher presided. Hon. N.: P. full instructions in the art money by mail D fear its '

of between Great Britain and Banks addressed the Convention, urging Try it, if you are out of Order ponctnaDy attended i Comma NOTICE
have treaty
Ti e Black Republican of New York the' United a States relative to the Central union and harmony ;t' and in the afternoon never regret it; for it will be I Bank Jt of b> ,._ 0 .'

nominated'John A. King, *on of Baft King; been .- both Convention united in an electoral ticket the above aom..Dd insure a Drs. JlOr. Karti
has agreed &
question upon.A number
American and ray twenty-five oents for a pertictdar should order im n : :
*; their candidate for Governor. Henry E. COD ha been received, but iu content for the' State at large-Julius Rockwell This ia no humbug. Tryitl fAVI2G a. Ir.tb '
ce-aiinsti1j
Selden Mr. Ddlai had fallpower Thai olt. ,, dress l letters to JAMES WIflR; sylcee
was nominated /or':Laeute&ant GOT IL&te:not transpired.. : your to the.btio. Of Tslsbaases and Its via
American Fremonters adopted Day Manager Mkcoo.tJeotrfa .
notwithtand- -The: cil
i the
ubject
e barl sJ: SJ&U1O4 ot'pmnj gifW him on ton in, the lace of. JobpaioMpz.lhe Vice Sell2'f"tS&." :! $ .IU T.ilI4b Aii4iss .
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.. PROCLAMATION. I N EW GOODS..'tI -_ TO' THE PUBLIC.I Important t to Housekeepers, 'BAWA; 'Dr.- CKLKIIKATED:McLANE'S!

DO CERTIFY that in the year 1814. I visited FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS :

JOHN PRAIOKIOUS Dr. W. Moseley's Infirmary at ., for the VE FUG
t NEW PORT FLA. E
I :. purpose of obtaining relief of' a very painful and distressing -- -- nlI'I

MERCHANT TAILOR CANCER of tbe nose and eye. My nose was tbe interest of Mr. THOMAS
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that an Elation all entirely gone before I visited the Dtr. besides Arthur's. Patnt 4Tght SAVING porcbal( late firm of RJCHAKDSON 4WIUTAEXK

_ 1: ..>et,1lI of Piesidcnt nnd Vice President Dealer in Ready Made Clothing andGentlemen's a very deep ulceration on my cheek my ,fn ,) we tender: te our friends and the public PILLS
of the United! States will be held nt tbe us-ial: precinct eye. I am happy and proud to Dr.Mosely CAWS .Use.This
say Winter services in the
Furnishing Goods. tt Jo acle 1 etlv. our Storing, Selling,Receivingand Two of th. best .
a *' iu the several Counties of(this Stateon TUESDAY :: did relieve me, and had. it not been my having to ly used in the East and Northern Stte.ll't letn. Forwarding of Cotton Buyin Prep.rato1u f the Af..

the 4th day of November proximo, returns FAiSE -ilLE expose myself t very extreme cold b weat1er. I will be introduced the citizens To our and we our sincere
{] ): l t a frens patrons rt'tur
t thereof be made in the manner ana lime prescribed dp believe that would have had D rtur surrounding country by the undersigned who has patroui.go heretofore extended us, and! They are not recommended
by law. Tbe numWr of Electors to be chosen is SPRING AND SUMMER disease. I visited the Doctor a second time and be the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincioity for hope thnl., by our attention to their interest, in future to
relieved me again; and fa the various reports It is only to call and
three.In s a the coming season. neessary merit a continuance of tbe same. as Universal
testimony whereof I have hereunto set my CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.I about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these nrcle: and the recommendations of P. FLETCHER WBITAKER.

band, and caused to be affixed tbe Seal of the they are positively false. As regards Dr. Mosleys the persons used them t be convinced that K BAILLE. July 1st, 1856. Cure-alls .but
[ AL1]State of Florida. Done at the Capitol iu the AM now receiving an extensive assortment of skill in the Treatment of Cancers, I know they are the beet, most simple economical article Port Fla simply for

City of Tallf fcawee, this SOtb day of August Cloths Cassimeres! Vesting*, Drop d'Ete, White sician in the world that I would sooner rely on than for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can Having disposed of interest In the late what their
A. D.1856. JAMES BROOME, Brown and Fancy Linens White and Figured Marseilles him. As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN.be is equal be used by the most unskilful person without the r Richardson t my to Mewrs. Baillie t name pur
Governor of Florida. all of which I am prepared to make up on to any in the Southern States; and 1 am happy to slightest risk of failure. Whitaker, would Wbitker. to friends and
By tbe Governor. Attest:- short notice in the most fashionable styles! and on rca- say that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and jgp: Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing patrons for their former( kindness my and my
confidently recommend -
F. VIU.TMCCK.. souable terms. Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for putingup fruits to their favour and ports.The
of Florida. Cancer, to visit the as soon as possible aud support my successorsin VERMIFUGE
Secretary ALSOA DOOR and tomatoes in these Cane, placing te whle process buainess. T. J.M. RICHARDSON.July fo
have their health restored. RANSOM
35 within the reach of
AtIIt.80,18M. COOPER conveniently every housekeeper. 26, 30THOMAS
%* All the papers in the State copy until day of LA.RKK AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Rome- August SOt.h.1816. A'large supply of these Cans will be constantly kept 1811. expelling .Worms fro .
election, and scud bills to Comptroller s office. READY-MADE CLOTHING, J3? Mr. Rasm Cooper signed the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply Ihould

Consisting in part of Cashmerette Frock and Sack presence. THOMAS PERRY Post Ma er. apply immediately, as the fruit season is near at band WHITE the human system has
Valuable Plantation for Fancy Colored Frock and Sack, lrap d'Ete Frock Rome, August 30th 1855. All Cans sold are maJe by the undersigned and ,
Sack and Business, Alpacca Sack and Business. White ranted safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. MANUFACTURER of Copper and Sheet Iron also been administeredwith
Sale. Brown and Fancy Linen Coats. Black Drap d'Ete and Awful Case of Cancer Cured. May 81, 1856. 22 in all of Plain and Fan

Summer Cassimere Pants. White and Fancy Linen THIS is to certify that Cot S. H. Harris, of Crawford cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure in inCormin the citizensof the most
THE PlantatioB known as Cotton Land belonging Pants White and Fancy Marseilles Vests, Fancy and county came to me year 1851 with a Can Piano Fortes. Tallahassee and the country, that be is satisfactoryresults
the estate of the late J- hn W.Gotten situated Plain Silk Vests, Shirts, Collars Cravats Undershirts cer on hs chin of fourteen years standing,tbe chin- now prepared to wait o all that wish to patronize various
ten miles North East of Tallahassee, is for sale. The Drawers Gloves Hosiery Ac bone salival I glands had all very much tc:1: 'TE arc prepared t furnish PianoFortes him in his line of business. He also tenders his thank to animals
tract conUius 1790 acres of first rate land 1000 of JOHN PRAETORIUS. diseased,and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris V Y of the best quality to his friends and the public generally for very
which is cleared. On the piemwcs are nE'groe.CAb- April ll9. 1856. 16 had been under tbe treatment of many eminent upon the most liberal terms. verY liberal patronage with which he has heretofore ben I I subject-tb Worms.

ins, gin houc and ",screw and other usu'il plantation! physicians, and among them was the great Dr. They are second t none in any country either as favored and be hopes that a continuation of the same
improvements, all in good repair.: There is! an abundance Notice to the Public. and also, the celebrated Dr.Shep to quality or price. will be granted him. The LIVER PILLS, for
of good water on tho\ 'lace. For terms of sale: shall, of Macon, \\ho treated his case twice without Every Instrument will be warranted. He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all
(II' other inf/ <>nuati>m apply rothe subscriber in Talla- OFFICE OK WASHINGTON NAT. MONUMENT SOCIETY, removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. nrshal MILES NASH It CO. sort of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his the cure of LIVER COM-

basee. F. R GOTTEN, ExtV.An Washington, July) 1, 1856. as he informed me, the third time, and he refus Fcbruary23,1856. 8 of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron,

*. $::0. ]S5G. 35 N accordance with an order of the Board of Managers do anything more for him. Soon after that time Sheet Lad ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pumpc. PLAINT all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS \

__ _n o___ H._ -_ ___ -- -------- T the public are requested to pay no more con Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I ;1'-L1iI1ip.E. and a great many other articles too numerous to men 1
tributions for the Washington National Monument to had made and! visited me at Grifn. as a last tion. SICK HEADACHE
relort
-- BOSTON, JR. agents heretofore commissioned by the Board. I commenced treating his cac. in six \< JUST leccived 600 OUNCES Sulpll Quinine TO BUILDERS.Tin

---4.- -- This notice is not to be construed! as a censure on Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly henlcd. I*I" Brand, together with a great varietyof Roofing, Guttering Copper and Tn ConJuctinr &C.Purchasers.
'This Celebrated Raeer I the agents, but it is designed to effectuate a general This case was seen and witnessed by nore: t.111 five pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. Pipes Ac., all of which he promises to most ,

settlement of the affairs of the Society. The Board hundred persons. I have the Cancer now in my possession April_ .! 6, 1856._ __ _, __ _14 _. _._ Un work-man-like manner and style, and thebeit ma will
is well assured of eventual sues in the patriotic ,and any person eau sec i b) calling at my office Olive Oil. tcrial on shortest notice and most reasonable terms please
AND enterprise in which it is engaged, but it has resolved in in Gnfiin. This case was witnessed by I Having been engaged for the last' eight years in be ]
_ ( .!!2i. to suspend further proceedings by agency until a THOMAS JONES, of Griffin... A SUPERIOR article for Table u">c. Just received business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend particular to ask for
FINE STALLION:\ plan, now under consideration, for combining efficiency Dr. J. D. MARTIN by AMES &LIVELY. himself any further to the public a regards
titude and is matured. W. April 5, 2856. 14 his mechanic : Dr. c. McLane's Cele-
- prom safety! E WILSON capabilities as a but at the same time he ,
1 "\7 ILL f-tmJt my StaUtw<' inilos South east Balances due from agcits. or offerings from independent CRENSHAW, assures all that favor him with call, good work and
T T of Q 11i/lc/ '.
ttnS''a'uI.( to the ordt r of the Treasurer of Washington National place, were eye witnesses t the above stated casey LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes removed from the old stand formerly known .
BOSTON JR., Monument Society, enclosed in a letter to the undersigned. and that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. A Just received and for sale byAMES as White&Slaver, he will be found at his stand corner LIVER PILLS, prepared by
By order: A. H. HATTON. & LIVELY. of foot street where he will be glad to waiton .
..;1'.1 the fammis }Racer I 8toi, hy"il1)l. i
Was by > : .
SAMUEL YORKE all his friends.
S ATLEE May, 14, 1852. April, 1856. 14 THOMAS WHITE.
t..n, \1)y 0\1'-11)-;; las dam Sarah CHitT-ird: by imported; I July 5-dlf Secretary W. N. M. S. Grifiu. Dec. 11855. 48NEW ; .
2iiuaiu: ; (Ir.nxltlam by iuij>orto cl l Iar ra\'c. He i UM.t1i ._ -- ------ .. t'in1 @ .
----- -- -- ------ -- Hides Wanted. -----
JI .'S"uy 15-iy, abut fifLe,u lutul-s II !.:b. well To the Atflicfcd |of alt Conditions.I -
f"01I.1lIJ'finely muscled! and was raised by JamesI Lake Jackson, Fla., Planta- do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha ;raoo BEEF hIDES Wanted for whichtle GOODS.TOWLE SOLE Pitts-

i'g.i the vwn-r;if Uoami. In s-hoit is t'uehn Horse tion For Sale. ou my upper lip, which caused me pain in ? highest price will be paid. ( ,
as i is "cJ.lom otlercd to breeders of fine stock in this descrilmble. After trying the skill of all the most and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON & MYERS Pa. and'take
euCll"!! of COIHl IV.110STOX IF: not previously disposed; of. will be sold, on the eminent Physicians that I could hear of, and that Tallahassee, September 29, 1855. 89 now receiving by recent burgh, no

Ja, run Uic fastest Two Mile Rice first Tuesday in DECEMBER next, at the CourtHouse without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless' and, a ARE from New York,afashjonable other there
vcr iu-i! *\cr Cv l. Thoinpaon's track ia Maryland.He .- d-Kir in the city of Tallahassee Twenty-two I thought, wit death etaritig me in tho f.ee. But fortunately A. B. CLARKE, _ _ and well selected stock of as are various j
t .Mxl two s.; .-\-n.> iu Viigiuia and all Lis. Cults! I j Hundred and Four Acres ot best! quality OAK and me, I beard of Dr. W. R, Moseley's great Watches '
Wt'ic JJIJTC and :hti\',,_ I| HICKORY LAND. belonging to tbe estate of Dr. success" the treatment of this disease, and as I last MERCHANT TAILOR, and Jewelry, other preparations now
WhitdJ,.,,!. This j is one of the best Cotton Plantations Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting levers, ladies
TERMS :-510 for the Season15 injured. tb j I resort I placed myselfunder his and inane DKAIER ix READY MADE CLOTHING AND
Moauv; iu eitLr csse, tu Lc deinandt-d Lould the I in MiJJlc Florida; about one-half cleared and month from the time he cmmned treatment, wai perfectly GKNTLKMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. I gold levers, silver lever, bunting, anchor, lepine and before the public, pur-
under f the remainder in woods. : quarticr Watches Cameo,Mosaic, Coral and all ,
)l:1.be traded, bold, or otherwise: disj>osed; of. !>Q : (nci sound aud have su ever since. ; gold j
ctnis. iu -ach caso: t.) the Giuom. The improvements consist of a comfortable Dwelling Len ELIZABETH JINKS. TOW receiving at the well known old stand for- bosom plus and earrins. necklaces, gold and jet crosses porting to be Vermifugeand

For fUt tht r iufonn.itiou unnlv' to the subscriber. and all necessary out buildings; good Overseei's Butts County Ga., May 27, 1846. i.1 i merly occupied by Clark H. II. BROWN. I house Giu IIouso, Screw, Stables Com, houses, assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing Furnish I. ; gold and hair bracelets; a large assortment of Liver Pills. All

Quincy, Fla. Aun-tO; 1S5G. 35-Sm I and twen'y negro cabins, all framed buildings, ncd in. Horrible Case of Cancer Cured ing Goods, Clolns, Cassimercs Vestings &c., composed hoe plain diamond, ruby pearl and g met, coy and
,
good icpair. in part of the following articles: cornelian finger rings ; geutlemen's diamond x ins ; others .in
--Dissolution of I Persons wishing to examine this Plantation are referred BY DR. W. I MOSELEY M. D. Fine Black Dress :Frock Coats. sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a comparisonS
Co-Partnership. to Jir. Richard Saunders, on the place. fort I do certify tht I was for many eaf bodily afflicted Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and great variety of studs, fine gold vest, fob and guard S
''IMIE paitiiciship; beret'f.'le exi.tingbetweeii John t r.ns. Ac., address' ; the subscriber,at Berzelia Columbia with : on my Lip and Chin, I lrie all the Business Coats chains, seals, keys, gold and sivcr pen and pencil caieg Dr. MCLANE'S, are
j, F. Br rage awl selling cuttoa bu il1Ct'4. i is tl.i day dissolved. JOHN WHITEHEAD, heard of ) R:1lwley'great success in the I Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, I thimbles. worthi ess.

t"% mut'.ltl! e.'m.el.t. liROOME: i HEIR August 2, 1G56. tds-31 Executor Ac: tieatment of : afectious. viiited him at I Black Doeskin Pants. Fine Cutlery and Gnus. j
'_ txut 11, 1S5& S3:: Griffin, and iu the course lf MX weeks he had the Can Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pacts, Dinner The GENUINE McLane's
1 __ Money Money cer all remo\"cll I would advise nil that are afflicted I Black and Fancy Silk Vests, and! breakfast knives without (forks knh't
with dis'ae, t visit him nod have their health Velvet do. and forks in setts, carvers and steel single,fine pock and Liver
Fancy Vermifuge
New Co-Partnership. WANTED FOR et cutlery shears, scissors aud fite double
restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most do. Cass. do. Cashmeres razors;

O1ER r HEIR AND JOHN COLES have this I I CASKS Cear; Sides skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. I White Marsaillcs do. D.B. barrelled laminated shot steel and stub twist guns, com Pills can now be had at
R mon gun, pouches of various flue andcommon
\ ,
day foimcd a co-partiitrr&hip in tbe business of -:t5 Ribbed Cherokee Co., Ga. EMANUEL: DOMINOAS.REFERENCES -ALSOA patterns
:3 Shouldeis, -Dr. J. D. Martin Griffin, Ga.; Dr. J. powder :k cleaning rods, Ely's caps and
tigliing. storage, aud selling: cotton,and also to make fine assortmentofShirtsCohlars, Cravats,Black, wada wad ail
liberal[ :: achance' on 'ottn sect to their!) care. 2 .* Refuse*, Y. M. 1'ucket Harris county, Texas; Greer Bishop, White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting cuttcr. materials for gun mitbs. spectable Drug
..
1IEIR4COLES.Atiust 4 Jules Superior Griffin, Ga. Stocks, Cotton and Merino Under-shirts, Jeans I Silver and Plated Ware. Stores. .

H, 1S56.Livery S3: 2 T:...rces S. C. Ham: --. Drawers.: Brown, Fancy, Cotton, and Lisle Thread i I Silver table, desert and tea spoons silver forks soup
-- --- -- -- -, -. --- :2 Bbls.! Lard ScilllHi Breast can be Cured. Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, all! I and cream ladle, butter and pickle knives, FLEMING BRO'S

and Sale Stable. I 5 Kegs: : LET THE PUBLIC READ I of which are offered to the public on reasonable termsand i (ork and Sp18. waiters castors, cake and frUt pate. ,

10 I Hbl Whisky! ra.rcy to the afflicted and the gratitude nnd high warranted as good a offered in this Marke!.- tea set, and communion service, 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, P A.
.vD rrll undersigned:. gives no I 2 Monnngahalia Whisky, opinion I I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as Surgeonand Call and examine. butter, sugar and cream dishes, chamber and parlor i Sole
.
that! ho has purchased 3. .". )L K.: Hum I deem it my duty to mention 1 tbe case November 10, 1855.:> 45 candlesticks, r>lt.celarll. }boquet holders, card and PprietorSCOVILt
._*- th$ Lively Stable of.Willum _ II 4 Gin; lhnican. flower baskets, ware.
MEAD
of \ at the Mine time that all Lrittumil ,
my hoping
JL. Newborn; ,ii: Tallahassee together i1! the 7 .". A. 31 Brandy, similarly afflicted may bo nefitted by it. persons In the Joseph J. Williams, } In Leon Circuit Court.vs. IlhcelnleOIS Articles. No. 111. Orleans. 1
jooJ will! 4 II! the cetabiitbnjciit.; ;uJ that l Le is II'JVr' jl 3 Vinegar first of this wife had several small } Bill for Divorce. General agent for the Southern States, t
part my eticules satchels work Wh.lte t
lumpsto boxes
year L'1.die) pearl Berlin
prorir.d to urrv! on the business: iu all its biaiic-Lej, 2O 5j-k Salt whom
make their appearance in her breast; they continued Isley William ) iron and morocco port monaies, pearl card ordr mut b addre.Sld ,
the with aCl'Omm.htivns J Bbls. Flour Extra S
gxnl and
1oL1.1I'rllmi.e! ; jriblic: 40 Supcrfiue. Ct co .
to increase in size, until the whole breast became appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by af ral beads, coral necklaces aud armlets jet bracelets, by Ames .fc" Lnly, E Blad. Jr. Mfl
iu his liue reasonable teimi.
!! on IT
RICHARD SA{; lJEItS. -ALSO- a diseased mass, and'er painful I procured the fidavit that the Defendant Isley Wii.I1.resides I necklaces,and bosom pins,napkin rings hair and toothbrushes 1 ah 4 Co.TaUnWH. .; J. S. M. Davisoo.
N. B JancsT. IKrrisig: is duly authorized Cetfee Sugar, Molasses l Golden Syrup-PiutQualitv bet medical aid city ff and notwithstanding beyond the jurisdiction of the Cour i a inhabitant ,hat revivers, shell. buSalo, india and Quincy; !Newport; W. T. Carpenter -
rbbr
agent aud h.!s! entiie control of my the business repreetuting Pepper Spices Ginger Ac.: and many other articles. the earnest and faithful. attention of the most of the State of I is, on motion, ordered ivory combs, china and wax dolls, razor strops and t C. Waukeenah; Mosely 4 Pope Madison; I
Call on S. S. KNIGHT. skilful pllJlicau. she: continued to grow worse and that the defendant enter and cigar feather dusters, pallor and : Br. Monticelio. S. Pleste! MOCi.ll;
appearance
if I money Lls. cn'e.
: me rut fully as vra: personally present.RICHARD !
; :SACXDEUS.Sep. Aug. 9.1850 32 worse, gave the case up us! incurable, and I demur, answer or plead to the said Bill in the Clerk's door bels. glass and china vases and W. Rogers t Co..Cbattahoochee; BltJU Wi.
advised amputation. I was advised by many of my office of the Circuit Court of Leon on or before the kets. ter cotta vases and pitchers, perfume b, on, Mananna; Nicholson t Zei ler, Jnbge. I
6, 1856. SO In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, friends. to visit DI W. 1L IELEY. of Griffin, Oi! first Monday in October 1856. Otherwise said Bill jewel cases, centre suspension' and sido lampshades D. H. Dickinson'Barobrklge ; E TuY., i
which I did, as seem, he had shall be taken for confessed. is orderedtbat lamp. Oa.
} In astonis1JII may I further chimneys and violins and
Margaret: Ann car, Chancery wick
University of Louisiana. I ,:,:I, her entirely cured month and she is now a copy of this order be published in one of the bnjos. taburines. ns, darionts gitr February 23, 1858. 8-ly

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.J. '. GecrgcS.Auxie.ar. ) Bill for adivorce. in quodlsealth& !! I would advise all who are afflicted newspapers in the citv of Tallahassee for three months ffes, strings, cologne and other .
with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, visit the the first in October Blacksmthing.THE
t : previous t sid Monday 1856.- perfumery, and a general asortment of Toys. i
r 'HE Annual Course of L<-cture iu this Department: IT appearing to the Court, upon satisfactory pnmf- Doctor without delay, 8 I am satisfied by cxpriexcnnll Done and posted at Chambers July let, 1856. Wate and jewelry repaired promptly and in the -- t Unenie hv coe
will! commence on MONDAY, November 17th that the defendant in the above stated I cusc!!' re observation, that he is the most skillful J. W AYLE BAKER, Judge. manner.Octoher2O,1855. fo put-
1SZ:>6, and will terminate iu the ensuing March. sues beyond the limits of the State of Florida so that in the Southern States,iu the treatment of that horrible 0. K. WALKER tnd 42 pose of carrying o the Black _
James Joue', M. D.. Professor! J Practice of Medi I the ordinary process! cannot be served upon him. It disease-Cancer. D. W. GWYNN, smithing Business in all its.various b. Particular -
cine. I is ordered that said cause be set for bearing:: on the WILLIAM I.MITCIELL Solicitors for Compl't. attention is given to Carriage Id Worirr
J. L. Riddle, :M. D. Professor of Chemistry. second Monday: in November next and 1 that sai-l de- M. E IITC 1 July 5, 1856. 27-3m Insolvent Estate Notice; and to laying Axles of all kid of Vehe T.

Warren Stone. 3!. DPnfefajr of Surgery.A. I feu'laut'] (I.) appear and pleaJ answer, or demur by Daiighlirof J W. Bradbury Rome Ga. State of Florida)l shop is convenient to the .
H. Cenas: M. D. Professor tlf Ob: et'iics.Guctavus that time otherwise said cause will be tiled on the Rome, Ga, October :>, 1854. Executor's Notice. County Le.fALL kaw, and special attention given to horseshoeing.Farming .-
A. Nott, M. D., Piokso Matcria lcJiC I facts charged iu said Bill. Provided, That a copy of months after date implement of every description done to or
we wi present ouraccounts persons having claims against the Estate of
this order be published in some at Tall a- SIX der. P. B. BROAW.IL .
L newspaper .
.
OAD. vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Jinkins, late of deceased
C. I' Wedt-istrandt, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. ha-see, for the space of three months next before said Ln county B. rrrrs.
ALL sirus themselves the said County of Gadsdeo, for final settlement, and are hereby notified the
Thomas Huut M. D., Professor of Physiology and Pathology. second Mondav. Done and passed: at Chambers this persons t present same to Judgeof Jan. 12, 1868. ,2-ly __ ___
ot Dl MOSELEY'S services will find him at apply to b dlsbared.from the executorehip of Oscar Probate, of Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee -
12th 1856.
July hisIN.FIMAIlY.BROADW A ,G RIFFIN.GEOR. Fillyaw on or before the first Monday in December next, S Notice. n
Gilbert S.::) Vance, M. D, Demonstrator Anatomy.. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. ,OWEN L. JAMES A. FILLYAW, Extor's. for
Tbe rooms for Dissecting will be ou the third July 19, 1856. 29-3m GIA.Patients & payment pro-rata. month after date,the undersigned,admlnlstraM
open SIX
boarded at I 12 18 l
$ per day or $16 per month April mAdmnistrator's D. W. GWYNN Estate of R. will B
Monday 'n October. FEES, in to l he agreed before E Gbu de
al cases upon r. Judge of Probate. her accounts and
The"Faculty *re visiting Phybicians: and Surgeonsof : NEW BOOKS. be present I0 Jo.
taken. case will received into this establishment Notice. May 24, 186. 21
I of for Gadsden County,fcr final
the Charity Hospital, and attend this institution Pbte.
RECEIVED R. H. Gamble, assort unless it is believed on examination, that it can
from November to Apul. JUST per an NOTICE hereby giventhat tbe undersigned Trill, to be discharged from the administra.
of new publications, comprising Novels be cured or admit of relief. All cases rejected will of six months said
expiration file bid vouchersand Notice.SIX torship of estate.
The Student the Professors in theirvisits te
accompany 5, for examiniation and advice. .
'I 1 ales.Travels &c. invariably charged %
b aiply for a final discharge from tbe FLORIDA A. F.
and free of enjoy extraordinary admnit GIBON. AdLz
.- expeuse[ practical Miss Murray's United States, All to entitle them to notice, must enclose tion of the estate of Nathen Holt, months after date, I will present my accounts April 26.1854.
advantages. 18m
The Complete Works of Webster and Calhoun, a "stamp" for the payment of postage, and be directed PATRICK SMITH vouchers as Administrator,on the estate of
There prescribed are during for the daily.season about eight hundred A Child's History! of the United State, to W. I MOSELEY, M. D., 3. 1856. 18 Adt'r.MAY Hugh O. McLan. t the Hon. R C. Love, Judge of GEORGIA AND FLORID

persons Pielimiuary to the Cuur.e.lecluru will be deliver Simm's Ewtaw Griffin, Georgia. Probte. Gasen. County, for a final settlement, -
The Bush February 23, 1856. ly-8
ed daily in the Amphitheatre of the Hospital, from James' 'Boys- Old Dominion." Town Property for Sale. ad ALEXANDER R therefrom. DR. T. J. CUR LEE
the filEt Monday in November ou Clinical :Medicine MILES NASH CO. undersigned offers at sale the follow- GREGORY Adm'r.July .
private ,
Tbe Foragers & rpHE 28, 1856.:> 28-6m Practicing Dentist,
and Surgery, Auscultation; and Percussion, and ithcr '
described known the Jra vis Lots
Bulwcr and Dickens in property aa ,
subjects, without any, charge to students. .. Learning to talk" and paper"Learnmg complete to think" Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Scc. viz: Lt Nos. 3, 25, 27. 30,48, 140, 141, 142. 143, In Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. IN TIYASVILE A and MONTICELLO
THOMAS hUNT M. D.. Dean. received from New York bark R.II. Gam-
Itogers' Tattle Talk JUST per 144, 22",236.239,240,241. 242, 243 244. 245, MADSON. their respective and
Tbe Administration of tbe Charity has: ital elect :Ernest Linwood. f a general assortment of articles in our lne. 248, 246, 250, 252, 253. 254:> 236, 2n, 258:> 268 all Rufus S. Herring J Attachment for |90 19100vs. adjacent He inert an any number of Artiflpial -
annually in April, fourteen Resident Students w ho Give us a calL McDOUGALL A HOBBY. such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning }' in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. }} amount of Debt sworn to- Teeth, from ONE a sett the latett
are Djaiataiuea by the institution. White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of ALSO William G. Gaskins. ) Bond for |181. improved principle, giving them that beautiful o lifelike
2, 1856.:> 31 -
Sep. 6, 1856. 36 August best quality, lutty. Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling THE Defendant and all others interested are here which approaches Nature ,
A. W. DAVIS, D7l>7s. Gdatin". :French Brandy (very best,) Lots Nos. 1, z, 8.4, ', 6, 7, in S. County qr.A notified of the institution of the above entitled &to appearance challenge detection by the closest observer.1 nearly.

fur medicinal purposes, Spices, l'epper, Lemon Syrup L s 0- suit by atachment and are hereby require to Persons needing Dental operations their

d Savannah Medical College. RESIDENT OFFICE T TALLAHASSE FLA. Inks,Quinine Peruvian Bark, Fluid Extrac Buchu Lots N.,s. 4, 12, 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 appear and declaration file RAL Teeth, and wish him to perform o NAT.
regular course of Lectures in this Institution, Important Improvement in Artistic &c., tcM: and a gcnera assortment of Popular Patent 82,in the South i County quarter.The within three months from this date, 1 required by applying soox,have them done at the tem b

THE commence on tbe first MONDAY in November Dentistry, Medicines. none but the very best and above described property formerly blonge law. O.K.WALKER.: }) ,.7ui0Ti. next, and be continued for four Months. which the face is restored to its original contour hope to merit your to Gov. Brown. For further information ad ters. D. W.GWYNN, been UBS-section cutr bro.to-wit:

R.: p.,Arnold. M. D.,Prof. Theory and Practice ofMe4idne. BY and with it the loss of the teeth supplied so as patronage.MILES NASH & CO. which will b lbera1.apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, _July 19, 1855. 29-3m For filling teeth with Gold $2 0

to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may March 29, .1866. ,. Attorney Lw. tc. and $2 50, vain aerdin t sue of cavity
P. M. Kollock JL D, Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases be seen; also temporary sets inserted on ---- ----- CHARLE P. MANNING. Wines Syrups, amount of mAteil u; Etrdin teCh,in OnO

of Woman and Children. tiuttn I'urclm Corn and Cob Crusher Until fold, the abve property be for rent. OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, only 50 centut ofc .
W. G. Bulloch, A!. D., Prof. Principles and Practiec A. PERRY AMAKER. Port, Old Port Juice, His !IC a upper or lower seLl of teeth o
of Surgery.J. In a few hours !so that persons having teeth removed GRANGER'patent Corn and Cob Crusher. I February 16, 1856. 7tfFRESH Madeira Brandy Cherries, FLATX.(wit CNIUOUS GUMS. necessary,)
JL can have a complete substitute Immediately.Cllildren' the Agency for the sale of these superior Sardines '
; G. Howard ; D, Prof of Anatomy. --- Sherry only $6 per perfect satisfaction guaranteedin
; E. H. Martin. M. D.. Prof. Institutes of Medici. teeth extracted and advice given to parents Cob Crushers unequaled it is said to any in Cod Liver 011. Sparkling Gelalioo, Preserved Quinces, wry llnee tt a

J. B. Read M. D, Prof. Mat-Medica and Med. Ju in regard to the management and treatment of the the Country. A stock of these Crushers will be on A PURE of the I Brands" He Extracts, Pears, Those desiring Eis services in any portion of.titf
teeth All warranted to suit the baud this Fall. Prices
gratis. most low celebrate
operations early coming considering
Vlry Yeast Powders
Tamarinds above
risprudence. named eouotiea. Or other section of conchycan
Clark t Co., any
fastidious. Will in the towns saving in feed. $45 $55 $65 each &
Jones M. D.. Prof.of Medical Chemistry.Jo practice principal great Spanish Spices application by letUr to either tbe
Joq For sale by AMES & LIVELY Olveo upon ab
throughout the State. References: the Faculty of for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county.For Corn o
West M. D. Demonstrator of Anatomy. Pickles, named Post Offices,or otberwiaerceive
Aprils, 1856. 14 .
the OLio of Dental and those who further call Dud examine for
College Surgery particulars yourselves! Worcestershire Np
T J. IL Howard, JL D, Dean of the Faculty. Sauce, Salad Oil, tsntion.
be is daily operating for. so. soon a a stock for a sample arrives.
Sep.6,1S56. 36 English Mustard Capers, -
: Apill 26, 1856.:> 17 D. LADD. Notice.NOTCE Claret, Cocoa, ..KF..OS.:

: A Plantation for Sale. Newport, July 5, 18M. 27 is hereby given that application will b AMES 5t LIVELY. Jroox COLS, Maoon, Georgia.
Tax Collector's Sale. to the General Assembly of Ford January 5, 1858. Hoi .J.L.: SrtfAip, )

: THE undersigned will sell at private sale,a be sold before tbe Court House door in the Administrators Notice. its next Session, for a charter for a Rail JCDOK Lovx, V Tbomasvffls. 8\ desirable! plantation, ten miles North WILL of Monticelio on the 3d day of November Monticelio Fla. to tho Georgia line in the direction of Bonnets Bonnet J.S Wi.. Q, J.W. )J.
of Tallahassee, containing four Hundred of months after data I present my accounts Thomasville Ga. To called the Monlicello and .
acres next. the following land to wit: the E J of S E SIX sLal b T DIES colored straw Bnet., S .o.i', E iq,
excellent Oak and ,and land One hundred vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Thomaavillo Rail-Road O. G I
Hickory pine ; 4, Section 8, Township 1, Range 3, N and E. Levied company. JLJ Lies colored straw Bonetl ; Eaij.
and fifty of which is under cultivation. the of Richard 0. Parish and sold Lon County a the administrator of the estate of R. August 2, 1856. 31 pla" Messrs.W.& J/BvDD, }Monticafle Th.Ccl. .
There aPe on the premises a comfortable dwelling upon as property Taxes. Hayward,deceased, and ask fo a final dischargefrom f I E. K.January :Buseax.
house f and necessary: out houses, with a new gin to satisfy tbe State and JAMES County D. MORRIS said administration. In Leon Circuit Co To Fall Term 1856. I white satin and silk I 12,:1886. 2A

home', and ecrrw. First rate well water and good Tax Assessor and Collector THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r.July Ring )) Attachment to$268 black" (extra size) -
-:4: health enjoyed on tbe place. For terms of sale apply for Jefferson County. 26, 1859. SO8mEecutor's Qui amount of Debt 'sworn 61.10 Children and Misses straw es :
t. to the subscribed reading on the premises.DANIEL E. 1s. and Bond for 1587 t Is .. I Hats
Aug. 16, 1866. 23 R Willay, J f 2 000. TALLAHASSEE. .
: L. HOUCK. Notic. Wiiam'E Willsy. For sale by DAVID 0. WILS05. .: ..' X.vj
-
May 24. 18i6.: 21 NoticeSIX given holding HHRE Defendant and all others interested, are here- October 13, 1856. 41 Wholesale aadJR ,

1: months'afUrdate.will protect our accounts, ..ISclaims or demands gana[the estate of New- Jb'by notified of the instituto of tbe above entitled 11 DRUGS A1 .
Administrator's Notice. : Ao, to th. Hon. Judge of Probate of inflthrIit'Iate'')C Gad-eD county- deceased, to suit by hereby required to I Circua& Upright Saws )

3 :months after date I will exhibit account Hamilton County for a final settlement of UM estateof present.them legally authenticated within tie timeprescribed and plead to the declaration filed in the owe i HOE co.Id Welch A Qriffetb Circular Perfumery,Dyeetufh, Surgical Instraneata.Windows .
) SIX vouchers to the Judge of Probate my of Gadsden Stephen Kersb late of said County deceased and by law,or this notice will be nlead against app tree months from this date, &required by 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on band BW fo' Btice*. Snuff. Glass ht
Executors of said S. sale Oils, Vanishes;Putty Manufactured Tad
ask to be discharged as estat their final recovery.- E SHEPARD. kw. O. K. t .Yp-p by D. LADD
administrator, in 'ril Jt of ofthe Las'.
as my.'ie. WALKER
t county JAMES o ILL t D. W. f r .u New Port, Nov.,1855. 44 Glass Wa Patent Hedfebea, .
late
of John Ingram of said deceased Et'r.
estate -
county f Etrs. June 21, 1858. 26 July 19,1856. Fine a. *.To Fur. Wines and D
for final settlemiat and discharge
aqd a 29
apply
I; 16. 7 ad for Medicinal,
from the administration of said estate. Feb 18f8. Circular Saw Mill Agency. Most Approved Corn Mill In Bug Fluid Paint B Br, E At.p
LEWIS D. JONES Adm'r.In Is. *
right of his wif 500 Boxes Mullins Tobacco. THE undersigned has the agency Co the sale of 1 ('IOF the mOt approved OF a ap r.e1e and tona!. Gwt& Fio T e4 .
ZPpt.1Z,156.- 37-&n fTX b received daring tbe months of September .Herricka Improve Circular Saw Mills'tsonsiathig lUU MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These by AME They bn.ht.lfeie. LI TI
JL BOO Boxes MuUin's, .. of three 48 ud .MaySI,1S66. tvpply 1 al., 11dt
October 4 o assorted .is. 52 or 54 inch Mills bare been for some time in UM, r Plafitert and will
: FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Tobacco. De lest than e b purchasedin Bawa. These Circulars are decidedly tbe best in use, Jio and lower part of Georgia, and tbrq sal STORING a AiQ always &
AND
SHIPPING eopply
New York or any other Northern mkt Many having several impvmet over the I Page" or any is&ction,grinding wit< ease 40 bushels .and t rise BUSINESS ded, ..&hl o".W
GROWTH' OF 1666 have tried it seasons before and e ea. ,other Patent in :. .t is about ISo.1860, in the da with I. the'ordinary gin power applied ,AT KEWPOBT." i Orders te UM liberJ filled and Mtisbft*
p OTA": Saga, Pint Turnip, Cabbage. Beets., lo ate of the fact, let others do lm.. To the and $450 for various sizes,according to ) Tbe maker furnishes a band to put it up; ;'1i undersigned still carries the above business- goaranteed with regard both to piCas ead qoaM-
;LI, jest, rtetircd te cliy.I. refer. Time given on Lota. &:. For farther particulars apply t and every one warranted to give perfect :satisfaction. .. its bratwhes. Buildings o well calculated for ii Pbysiciana prescriptko earefaDy ewpocoded,
; AMES & LIVELY; D. LADD. LADD. Call and examine them at' 'despatching ',' D. t. *; *
DANIL Alta.Ippra
I LAD' wagons. ; scotflpotajd fluid Ertrtc*
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Jftfioarj, 1866, 1. Newport July, 1866. tl Newport, Fla.November 3, 1: 44 Apr' 1, 18U. 16 Newport, September 2. Ii64. UD. Ja 5. 18116." f Q


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