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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: October 4, 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.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., OCTOBER 4, 1856. VOL. VIiI-. ,-:N : 4().

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The Floridian & Journal JOHN R ." 'LLOYD i I shadow of foundation except in his imagination. have reason to believe that ho will either not I votes of more than flv. States, and it is by no-

I Jrihian & Dl1nml. The first intimation I received of that answer at all, or will answer them substantially I means certain that he psn' carry a single one.,

Is published every SATURDAY, by : "U.c"t1.on.eer.:: i jl bid, or anything connected with it, directly or each and all, in the affirmative.' Then If, fortunately, there should be no eboic4

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR i ANDCOMMISSiON t ....... ',.."" .-. -.-.-- -/' -"'-" -- ,.,-..... indirectly, was from Mr. Walker himself afterit what is there in them to make a citizen feela by the people, and the' coolest be trsns&ifed-

At Tnsrr DOLLARS per annum, in advance. i MERCHANT T A LLA hA SSEE : I had been made. little humiliated r to the House or..R.pril'Sentltlvu, (a result .

i Third.If Mr Yulee really wished to buy these I have thus answered all Mr. Walker's tbat some of the ,upporters of Mr. Fillmore

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. I I lands at the old prices -why did he suggest the] propriety questions, and I hope I have done so to his earnestly hope for, and diligently strive to-
Oct. 4 1856.
'One square: of 12 lines, or 1 lew. first insertion, $1 00 i July 19. 1856. 28-ly Saturday, : of calling the Board together for the pa.pose satisfaction. I will not retort upon him by produce,) his prospects would not be fen-
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.. .. each subsequent 50 i ip"reasbnaJ : of having these lAnds withdrawn from market 1>r the asking whether he does not feel a little proved. The contest ttvould remain as before

: and Business Cards inserted at f 10 per : EDWARD M. WEST. I DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I I prior raised?" humiliated at having asked them, and especially between: Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Fremont .

a DnDm.AdcrteflItI. not marked with tie number cfowrtions f i Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I I :Mr.\ Walker better than could probably The answer this 1 1i I II through such a medium. 'I and would termitato; in the choice of
question myself. application
; will be continued until forbid, and cliurgedaeerclingly. FOR PRESIDENT, I Tho two editorials in the same paper devoted I one of them, or no election.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. JAMES BUCHANAN i for these lands was made to him. The made suggestion to my visit to Tampa, and to the organization I II But our sad experience on two memorable -.

jgf Certificates oF publication of legal or estate l pTll 5,1856. __ 14FLOYD&HOLLAND : for a meeting of the Hoard was : of companies, 6c., are false in occasions-though in more tranquil 1 times
wifl*ot be given until the advertising fee is ; I : to him. The Board met at his instance and
notices : OF }>ENSSYL T'ANIA. !I of the admonishes
i. I every essential particular. and a happier state republic-
.1aid. "I my first information on this subject was: received I JAMES E. BROOME.It us that in the present condition of the

Attorneys at Law. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, from him. I can, however, readily I public mind and of political parties, it wouldbe
I J. C. imagine such a thing as a! loan, who, having : is not for us to add words of ovr own to
To Rheumatics & Others. '; TILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle! BBECEENBIDGE eminently perilous to our institutions to
T and West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof I' information not possessed by his fellow-citi this powerful vindication- vindication the refer the Presidential election to the existing
'TK) aU persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint: the State. Also in the District Court of the United OF KENTUCKY.FOR zens generally or by their agents or trustees, demanded when the people The contest
of can
imperiously House
more Representatives.
JL we offer a positive r.m. ly. in Jays StimnlatinffLinlmrnt. : States, in the Northern District of Florida. I would decline to it for his benefit
use own
It has been effectual in the permanent : R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. I GOVERNOR I consider the source from which the article in and ought to be decided by the electoral colleges .
.ure Qf Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands i D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. when it would necessarily be at the expense But and because I believe that Mr. Buchanan .
death I I. MADISON S. PERRY of the interest of the State. This the Republican believed, to emanate.
\ have no doubt teen rescued from an untimely Dec. 22,1855. 51 I great was is the only national& candidate who!
of this remedy. : I the Mr. Yulee. Without what will particularly strike the peopleis
bv the use great -- -- OF ALACIICAFOR Cot-CTY.:: course pursued by more combine sufficient strength to secure
-For sale by Druggists gcni-rallr and at Wholesale j DR. MILES H.: NASH I consultation or conference, as far as I know, the conclusive testimony borne by Gov. can the
and
and Retail by AMES d t LIVELY. : I that result, overcome dangerous sectional -
OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: TO THE CITIZENS OT i : with one here, he made his application
: CONGRESS, any undeniable fact that Mr. Mr. Fremont
Tallahassee, May SI, 1656. 22-ly I Broome to the now organization represented by
TALLAHASSEE AND SURROUNDINGCOUXTET. ; and secured these lands
__ \ i against speculation
GEORGE .
-- I S. HAWKINS but controlled 'by worse men, distinguished
with Dr. M. east of the Walker/ had, as he thought, good cause for
Nash.immediately I by others. He then came before the Board
OFFICE and !
I for their.aggressive spirit disloyalty
WalterGwynn OF
JACKSO"OtXTY.: the
reply to
I May 19 1855. 20 and stated what he knew in regard to the organization dodging a plain{ straightforward to the Union, I have n() hesitation" declaring

OFFERS his services to persons, wishing to enter j FOR ELECTORS, of capital, &c., for land entries on questions of "Marion." HE WAS osz' ox it to be my1'purpose, as I believe it to
the U. S. Land Office, by locating Laud
I the line of the Florida Road. He
"Warrants, or otbenrise. He will also give prompt I R.H.BERRYIAuctioneer M. A. LONG, GEO. W. CALL, offered to withdraw his generously if the THE ORIGINAL SPECULATORS IN:: THE GREAT be my duty, to yield to him my support in S
application
atteDiiog to such business as may be intrusted to him I ,V. D. BARNES.FOR LAND PURCHASE ix 1853, and hence his remarkable the pending election.
other offices in the Charges and Commission I Board desired to avail themselves (for the and do intendto
in either of the Capitol. and silence as to the While I: cannot p\-ove. not
trill be reasonable corresponding to services! performed. I, benefit of the fund) of the enhanced value of significant the of
adopt platform principles promulgated -
the'State Land Office, he of ; MERCHANT. TilE SENATE, these inquiries on the subject and hence, ,
Being Deputy in course I lands, and. if not, he would then enter pertinent ; the late Democratic Comrentlon at

STill make 17,1856.no charge for business 20-1 in that Department I! TALLAHASSEE, Fla I Sept.I 29., 1855. 39 DR. T. B. LAMAR. them for the benefit of the Florida Railroad too, his lawyer-like attempt, in his letter of Cincinnati by I feel assured that notwithstanding .
May y -----
--- A. PERRY AMAKER Company. I heard nothing then of this being the 3d inst., to divert the attention of the peo the exceptionalJorine. it announces,
I FOR TilE HOVSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: a bid for effect, or the result of collusion
DR. N. G. MCDONALD, i pIe from the matters referred to by "Marion"by especially those referring to oar foreign relations
I .TTGBflIY AT LAW. ; P- :BROKAW, DB. Q. PABZHILL, or arrangement. The simple question was, altogether the administration of Mr. Buchanan
with plausibility on an

dwelling
I whether would sell the land Mr.\ Yulee. great
MOXTICELLO, FLA."TAT" TALLAHASSEE FLA. C- CHAIRS, DB. LUCIEN DUVAL. we to would be safe, prudent end; conservative. Of
ILL attend with assiduous care, all cases entrusted : May 21, 1853.: 20 I Mr. Walker VOTED TO SELL-Judge Bnvard, different subject. But the facts have this, abundant assurance: is afforded by the

1 Y to him. I From the Floridian & Journal, Sept 27. Mr. Austin, Mr. Pupy ana myself AGAINST come out at last thanks to the unprovokedand tenor of his letter accepting the nomina
Office adjoining that ef Col. Dilworth. I MILES IT, and now Mr. Walker asks me if I did not uncalled-for attack Gov roome.
NASH & : on
CO. More Attacks and their Probable Con- .
March 22, 1S5C. 12-ly
I i know it was all bogus? If Mr.\ Walker knew tion.In
-- sequeDces. Let it not be said that Gov. B. is "wagingwar regard to our foreign. policy he says ?

WILLIAM P. SLUSSER: I ITa,11aha.sseo DEALERS IN any with such the other thing members, it was of a the miserable Board trifling not tohave upon the candidate of the Know No It is quite impossible for any human fore- .

F1a. DRUGS, i |B& PAINTS, i:! PEOPLE OF FLORIDA, READ AND JUDGE! exposed it. things. That trick cannot deceive the peo. knowledge to prescribe positive rules in advance 1.
i to regulate the conduct of a future administration
M iXUFACTCREB OF CorPEnTlN -\XD: SHEET : MEDICINES, mOl L S &c i I The communication which we insert be- The fourth question merits no notice from pIe. The war teas commenced by Mr. in all' the exigencies which may
but is answered
in the
; IRON IAREVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL : !t low, from Gov. Bioonie, has been called OUt I me, fully response to Walker and his organs. It was commenced arise in our various and ever changing relations .
A inform their fiienns and the that the first and second.
TOULD public
I PLAIN F.cAX JAPANNED : i I without the shadow of Gov. with foreign Powers. The federal 1
DEALER ix )) : f T they have on hand a good assortment of such i I by an attack upon him through the Florida cause, or cause. government
WARE. ; :, Fifth. "If yon thought that Mr. Walker had sold must of necessity, exercise a sound i.
articles! as are generally kept in their line of business, Broome had avoided mixing himself with
of the 17th inst.: That sheet up
I IStOT'C Republican !
some of these lands too low in 1863. to a gentleman t
in witU international "
and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their discretion dealing qdes
HfcadQuartcrTA : of character, whom have since made I for the choice of his
of the
high contest
terms shall be reasonable. i; doubtless instigated thereto by another, pre. you one successor; lions as they maoccur; but this, under the 1
SPLENDID assortment Cooking: Parlor I aids, on why did wait till 1856
Tallahassee, April 9th! ,1853- 14. I your speculation you but his enemies would not permit him to be .
Governor Broome with which the Executive
mast
nictiitaledly charged strict ;
: responsibility
XJL and Wood Stovee I trimmed with neatness before you said anything about it, knowing as you
U and durability, at reduced prices. ; P.B.BLtOKAW'S.LIVERY being the author of the questions propounded did all altout the sale at the time it teas made rI I silent. They ha'e forced him, by their gross always feel to the people of the United States !

Ont Door \Toik. j lID SALE STABLES I I to Mr. Walker in the Jacksomille News of I The above question fixes beyond a reasonable I attacks, into a defence of himself, and the and the judgment of pJster tl. You trill, .

Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads! Guttering Copper <; doubt the paternity of this pretended : of that defence must rest therefore, excuseme! for not entering into \
Sheet Lead. Sheet t I TALLAHASSEE. :FLORIDA. : the 10th of August, over the signature of consequences upon whilst I with
aDd Tin Conducting Pipes editorial. It asserts that I knew all about particulars ; heartily concur t
;: Zinc; Lead: Pipes, P.-.t"!Dt Cistern Pumps. Shop work ,I .. milE Proprietor would in- i, :Marion: ," prefacing the charge with CL. tain I this sale at the time it was made. It is I, those who wantonly provoked it. you in the general sentiment, that our foreign .
t short notice. .
of every variety done at : r _I. fnr n \JiU! t'ifnof' and !hepublic 6 ourstions which have received that notice at true that I did know about it early after it I affairs ought to be conducted with such wisdom .
City and Country MerchantsAre : cLJ-i_ that he has rebuilt his i .L I I Another Old Line Whig Senator for
: ivib made. I was offered and declined and firmness as to assure the prosperity
the hands of Gov. B. they deserved. That an
call before : Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now
invited to give me a large '
respectfully purchasing :
elsewhere : prepared to accommoJate his friends and customers. the people of the State may have in one connected interest in the speculation. I did know that Buchanan.The of the people at home, whilst the interests and

: t:5" N. B. All articles manufactued from the very : He also has attached to his! Stables, a good Blacksmith I i Mr. Walker was one of the partners and thata Hon. H. S. Geyer, one of the U. S. honor of our country are wisely but inflexibly
beat material and warranted durable. No other article Shop.where he will have have done all kind of :I view the questions, charge and answers gentleman who located and appraised muchif maintained abroad. Our foreign policy ought ,

will be offered! for sale. ; Plantation work, Horse shoeing and Carriage work in ,!i we }here insert, for their information, not all of it, was another. That the appraisement I Senators from Missouri, has written the fol. ever lo be based upon the principle of doing

October 20, 1S55. 42 I! the very. best manner and with promptness! and dis. ,i I the attack on the Governor referred to : when made, was honest and fair, lowing letter on the subject of the Presidency justice to all nations, and requiring justice '.

patch.November doubts. That the land had in the which he his determination from them in return and from this principle I I
Co-Partnership Notice. I 5, 1853. 44 (From the Jacksonville Republican, Sept. 17.) no one i in avows to I ;
-- I opinion of the company, appreciated ii: value, I vote: for Mr. Buchanan. Mr.:\ Geyer has been : shall never depart.. .
I Why don't He Answer ?
rp HE undersigned have this day entered into a co- Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, ; i is evidenced by the fact that as soon as entered I Some of the partisans of Mr. Fillmdfe? \
JL partnership the i For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. Some time ago we put a few questions to the prices were enhanced probably a life-time opponent of the Democracy, but claim that all Wbigs, on account of their for I
,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL i ;Marion correspondent of the JVcics, in this fearful crisis considering the contestas '
a ,
than hundred cent. That relations under
JHHE Subscriber his jnst received avery I more one per they mer party ,are some obligation \ ,
2DDELTJG33TJSX3STE3SS: I' _L large supjly of Carriages, ': and challenged him to come out, like a man ; were not mistaken in their estinate, is further clearly between Mr. Buchanan and the j' to support him,against his competitors in the

t under the name. and 51\-Ie of i Buggies, and Harness which Le cffers ; over his own proper signature and answer evidenced by the fact that large sales have candidate of the Black Republicans, patriot election, without regard to consequences. I ,,

1 for sale on the most reasonable terms. ;I them. If they were too tough for him, wewill i been made at those; enhanced prices. Now, the I can recognize no such obligations, and, if I .
of the
AMES&LIVELY.THEY November 18, 1854. 46A.L.FISHER ism triumphs over feelings partisanand :
little and substitute the fol
: moderate a : :Mr. Walker, because some body has asked I did, would feel equally bound to support Mr.. r
; Mr. G. takes beside the hosts '
their friends I lowingquestions which the people would liketo i him questions about this matter turns upon position Dayton, the nominee of the Republican par- f
1 will be plead to sea '
> and patrons at the old etandof D.H Ames, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I M'C properly answered : : me and complains that I did not tell nil about of other Old Line Whigs who have already ty for the Vice Presidency. He, too, wu a f.

t it where they will keep a full and general : TALLAHASSEE, FI-A., : Do you not know that Mr. Yulee did not ; it long since. Mr. Walker, I presume, knows given in their adhesion to Buchanan. We Whig, to as late*a period, and with as fair a .

f- assortrnentofArticles appertaining: :; theire : the Middle Disf : intend to purchase all the Internal Improvement I: that I did not receive my information from commend his letter to the perusal of our record as Mr. FilImor These gentlemen, t
in the Courts of
ILL -
;. of basines s. D. H. AMES, \ \7 practice : lands in Alachua and Levy, and thai r
M. LIVELY.J : T trict,and in Thomas County, Ga him, and that I received it confidentially, its readers. however, have abandoned' the Whig party *
J5P" Office in the Capitol 2d story, immediatelyover Mr. Yu'ee'a \\asonlymade to give an confidential character, as I understood, being and they, and those who remain laithful to ,n
anunry T, S56.; _1_ -' the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. I oxcuse for raising the prices of the land 1- based upon the fact that he did not desire his LETTER FROM S NATJR OEfER OF MIS- I their flag, stand in no nearer relation to each

MEDICAL NOTICE. JulV. 21], 1855. 29-ly. !, Was not this plan agreed upon and talked I I interest in the speculation to be known. It j: SOURI. other than if they never belonged to the same
-..*- : ------ -- -- --- over between )ourself and ;Mr. \ulre at your I was the business of Mr. Walker, and not of ST. Louis, Sept. 18, 1856. organization. :

DR. BURROUGHS E. BARNARD Jr. i house on the night here he made his bid ? myself to communicate his official action to I have received letters from several of your Besides, Mr. Fillmore has associated with t.

WILL rOXTINrE:: THE : If Mr. Yulee really wished to buy these! landsat his constituents ; and until called upon either number, inquiring of me what course of action I him as a candidate for the!: Vice Presidency 1-
HAVING located in Tallahassee odcrs( his pro : the old prices, why did he Fug-!est the propriety informant Mr. Walker his I for myself, or would recommend I the
nominated and be
s.1 services! to the public. Office oppositeDr.Barnard' DRUG & MEDICINE I B'J.SINES:! S the Board for the by my or by or propose by same party, to sup *l"
Drug Store. ; J AT THE: OLD STAND, SIGN I of f calling togeiher' organ, as I now am, to give publicity lo the to others in the pending Presidential ported by the same votes a gentleman who .4
June 28, 1856. 26-Cm I, purpose of having these lands withd.awr transaction I did not feel at liberty to do so. election. As the most convenient mode of certainly baa no special claims to Whig support 1 :'

I i from market or the price raised ? i This, I hope, will be a sufficient apology for responding to the inquiry, I address myselfto on account of his antecedents. Mr. J.

MEDIOALNOTICE. OF THR .| MORTAR, If you honestly thought the prices of the I; the I omission. you through the medium of the publicpress. Donels was editor of the Washington Union i '

---0- I lands too low and wished to raise them, why the of the Democratic during s. .
organ party
I Sixth. If l believed there
was corruption
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTOX : C..rncof Clinton and Monroe stitets, Tallahassee. 'I did you not come out honestly and say; so I' in said sale, why you did you not remove any Mr.Walker I The whigs (of whom I am one,) being the administration of Mr. Fillmore; his only f J ;

OFFER their Professional Services to the Pub January 12 18M. :3 I without resorting to such a trick as this lo i, from office ; and why did you allow him to be reelected without organization and without a candidate political record is to be found in the columns : '

3 Office opposite the Store of Mesm.f ----Dr.-:-P. P.Lewis : give you an excuse ? without opposition in 1854; and why did you of their party, are under the necessityof of that paper, and that exhibits Lira i i.:1: }: '.
Hodgkiss,Scott d t Poole. that Mr. WALKER had sold the to whom it J "
;: I If you thought immediately appoint gentleman was choosing, each for himself, among the continual and uncompromising) opposition to
January 5, 1856. 1 notice to his friends and pat lands low in 1853 made one of your staff?t" 1
GIVES of these too to a
some gen nominees of the
organized political partiesnow
: and iadis-
that be is now in ]JOl'seMion of Whig men measures, condemning,
I have of the
1ICHAB.D T. BtttCnEn'IlLEii W. DOWSING, nil the latest improvements in Dentis I tleman of high character, whom you h.eI : First. never charged any parties struggling for the ascendancy. One of criminate!!, the acts of the then administra
extraction of Teeth without since made one of your aids on speculation! I to this transaction with corruption. Se these miscalled is alto.
BIRCHETT & DOWNING ; try. 1st The producing I parties, republican, tion. He would not even allow Mr. Fill-
bv the aid ol'a local application which consists did wait 'lil 1856 before said I cond. I was not the Governor at the time it its
pain why you sectional in constituents
you
: gether organization more the eredit awarded to him by national
ITTORXErS LAW & AGE T8 FOB CLAIMS
AT
-applying artificial freezing mixture to the part occurred. Third. It not business to
an about it did all was
knowing as my
anything in and
you and candidates
spirit, .
; aggressive and conservative men,of all parties, for the
immediatemsertion of I
The
XO. 490 Seventh Slrcel, : until fullv benumbed. 2d. Mr. Walker and I claimed
about the tale at the time it was made 1 run against no destructive in The Democraticand
which be purpose. act of his able and .
a Temporary Set on GutU Percha, can crowning 'patriotic successful
WASHINGTON CITY. I' worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully If you believe there was any corruption in control over the actions of others. Fourth. I American parties (however objectionable administration, the approval of the

WILL practice before the Court of Claims, and prepared for a permanent Bet; then inserted on said sale, why did you not remove Mr. WALKER did not consider it a reflection upon a citizen in other respects,) are national in their compromise measures of 1850. In relation

claims before Congress and the several that beautiful plan called continuous Gums,which are from office ? and why did you allow him that he had purchased lands from the Stateat organization and principles. Their nominees to that the editor of the Union said .
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Depnrtmt49.: j *o much worn and admired, for beauty, strength, and to be re-elected, without opposition, in 1854 the price and on the terms fixed by theState's for the Presidency, Mr. Buchanan and As to the assertion that the admiaistra-
July 28. 18 5. SO elean1 n i5. ,
perfect that he did not refuse to
I the Register, nor
May 31. 1856. 22 and why did you immediately appoint Mr. Fillmore, are both men of integrity and tion [of Fillmore] is entitled to the credit of '
t w-. ::13. :a5xLLS:: i: gentlemen to whom it was made one of your avail himself of the Register's official infor- ability, possessing experience, patriotism and standing up to the measures of th' compromise i.

f Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Havana Cigars, staff? mation in securing these lands. statesmanship ; attached to the Union and in good faith, it is too ridienjooauto- .

NEWPORT, FLORIDA. received per R. H. Gamble 5000, best qual If you cannot answer these questions, per. Seventh. "If you cannot answer these questions, faithful to the Constitution, either might be quire a denial, and too preposterous to'demand $

RDE from Physicians and Planters put JUST cigars. Call and try themMcDOUGALL haps you can answer whether you do not perhaps you can answer whether you do not feel l a relied on for a safe and conservative admin. refutation. Every free, white citkdo,' .
up little humiliated that the Governor of Florida has
O A HOBBY. feel little humiliated that the Governor of
,
with the greatest care. 31 a been detected u the author of such a communicationas istration, preserving and securing to the who is not an infant, idiot,or Jsqa, ficor *to-
February 2. 1856. fi) Augiist2.185C. Florida ha? been detected ac the author of States their just rights, guarantied by the
I that signed Marion TIt fully forgetful, knows thai it is.utterly and

LONG & GALBRAITH, ] JOHN W. EVANS, such" a communication as that signed !Mari may be a sufficient reply to the last question constitution. entirely without foundation All the mta*>

ATTORNEY AT LAW, on. to insert the following extract from a In this contest, I cannot doubt that every urea of the compromise,except the Dti6iY..,
LAW TALLAHASSEE FLA.
ATTOBXEVB AT BAINBRIDGK, GEO To this most unjust assault, Governor note received at the same time with the national, conservative whig is prepa.red to Slave law, were self-enacting. Aa,tut : .

MA. LONG ct J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- WILL give prompt attention to all buaine en Broome replies as follows : question, and from an honorable and intelli- give a cheerful, active and earnest support to law Mr. Fillmore was unwilling to permit it .
of Law.
themselves in the Thomas
practice They to his care,in the Counties of ,
will attend the Court in the Middle Circuit the Supreme I Deeatur, Baker, DAugherty, CAlhoun, Early and Clay. "WHY DON'T HE ANSWER gent citizen of Florida: Dear Sir: I see in eith&r Mr. Buchanan or Mr. Fillmore, as against to become a ]law before be CODIUltecI JIr.
Courts and the District. Courts of the United February 17, 1aU. '1 tf the Jacksonville Republican a statement l 1y 1 the nominee of the so called republican Crittenden on the subject-a act which the J
State at Tallahassee. I MR. EDIToR-The Florida Republican of the editor that you are the author of the party. He may certainly do so without Republic [his organ] mentioned at theme,

Office opposite the Court House. I I Just Received. the 17th contains an article with the above article signed Marion." I have authorized abandoning the cherished principles, or the in order to justify Mr. Fillmore forfba '

_October 28. t8U. IT I LEMONS, Guava and Currant Jellies, Prune Peaches caption, which purports to be editorial, but as the editor of the Nevs to give the lie time-honored name of! his own party or a Northern higher law friend for not returningthe

I *, Pickled Oysters, Brandy 1 bad heard of its principal features in Tallahassee direct to the in his issue those of other. In the present bill with hh ..objection > .' '
: S. S. KNIGHT, Preserved Lemon, Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger charge next upon dopting any ; -
Green Gage MarmalAde., Lemon Syrup, Raspberry some weeks since, I feel justified in my re8ponsibi iiy.u e aspect of public affairs and parties, he can. This hnpesebmBnt.of

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT do. Strawberry do.Pine Apple do.. and Gingerdo. attributing it to the American candidate for I 'regret! that the gentleman should have not remain indifferent or inactive, without a rity having been pubHabes Ftllm3

: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .. Raspberry Vinegar Fre Salmon,Lobster,Had Governor. The author of this article propounds deemed necessary to have been so harsh in manifest dereliction of duty. He must elect Mr. Donelson, and never 'p .

.; S.pt mberlt1865, 05 dock, halibut and fahad. Assorted Pickle, Scotch a number of inquiries to me, and, as the denial of the charge. I fear he supposed between the candidates of the Democraticand then being placed on the. taste tiptet. to %. '
i Ale and Porter. I: am one of those who believe that it is the American parties and in voted for together f for the .two bigtiatti.11I
WILLIAM SCOTT 30,000 Havana Clears. I would feel a little humiliated when I saw my judgment
I AMES & LIVELY. neither a crime nor a "humiliation for a it. But I did not, and would not had I been it is his duty to prefer those who are of the republic, remains among the tsies

f ATTOIltNIlty AT, LAW, I Japuary. :C i, 18CC.; 1 citizen to enquire into my official acts, I w 11 the author The time has not come in Florida most likely to combine sufficient strength to of the party ,they represent-. t:Certanly tia I

MONTIOELLO, TLA.Jalj : answer them promptly. The questions I will when the most humble citizen should feel overcome the abolition force, and secure a Whigs are under no* party obligations to give

,,0,18U. 20 t 1 jan I LIFE INSURANCE. for convenience number ; humiliated when he asks even a candidate majority of the electoral votes. He should them their support.: ..s I

'WILLUM '8. DILWOBTH: THE NEW-YQRJC! LIFE INSURANCE CO First "Do you not know that Mr. Ynlae did not for Governor how he has administered a great not hesi'ate to yield his personal preference Had the political, atocUUon, and prfntf- y

aid "Coansellor Law AccrnruTCD CAPiTAL$1,000,000. intend to purchase all the Internal Improvement laud trust committed to him by the people. and party prejudices, in order to avert what pies or Mr. Fillmore,*,u,thsyt..attb.close .

.Attorney at Company issue policies on tbe lire of in Alachua and Levy, and that Mr. YnW lad was of The attack on me was not unexpected, he must regard as a great public ,calamity, of his adaunistratkm4diipi. $ aa.

MONTJOEtLO, TLORIDA THIS person for one or more year, or for the the onjy! landr made to give an excuse for raising the price though it was unprovoked, and has inducedme the triumph of Fremont aDd sectional and changed-bad be been brbsgfet'ferwedr

WLLLittLeein th. Court' of the Middle Oirdt whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL 8YSTE1J. to examine carefully the questions propounded disunion principles, or, .what. would, under candidate resting bis 'elaiajs'upe-j' bluets.
and .Lownde Qowlj, G.jrth Dividend declared to the insured on policit issued To this question I answer, that I had, no !
,.' $odTlMJiy$ by Marion. .I find 'nothing in existing circumstances. scarcely] leas perilous and results of that 4tradot31d
for such I believed then believe
life .1
:',28U., 12--11: knowledge. as it them of whi h their author need be ashamed. to,the tranquility of the Union_ and the bar been entitled tb*ccafidene WIll ap-
PLTKT F Fl., nnrPret'tApp1icati that Mr.,Yulee's bid was what
wn{, ACt4I7.-MO1L2 now
"GliQ1s,,Wfcite; Lad,, &c repaired ia 'Tallahasee be and I believe'that Author$ They,are simply a respectful,application for stability ,of our institutions the .tranafer'of portOfnationIaaeeermtii. 'rataefsu JI
tiff ua by purported ,
')I ( 15QXES Wiodow GUM;.*. rt.d SUM, 100 January IB; 1858. B. 0, LEWIS. of this question has no good reason to doubt! information on a subject in 'which' every citigen the' contest to the House of Representstires.fEnterUining psrtie& Bath.b. ..1.. ehaa "ltt "Jl r._' .

"V. Y Kegs,White Le 4'pure. extra ell No.1. that he was both able and willing to carry in the State has 'an, interest' They are these opinions, I have ,endoa. ...ce4pd i ..1trJf; '1.-, ..
'Jam1J".u..edJOiI, AGENCY OF.THE /ETNA INSURANCE. CO. bid into'eieeation.Second -'addressed( to 'Mr. Walker, thus enabling him: vored.lo .ascertain for joy own guidance, the aeoret.lDJ' It_ atb\""" TrJ1r-.

A0 .LaraO fn' I Ito. : cAriTii;\:..:.,... .T::,,..'. ..,./Coo,"GO. his talked to be his own witness and state hia own..case.Ther ',relative strength of the .several parties 'ana" ;eIaining.toJaav.: '1.,wD.01iji ,..

O= .P&im.: &ad TTflEunaerEA 4gentof t'&bY'' .'.Company], between"Wat not this and plan Mr.agreed Ynlee upon at and booae 'are not -even liable lo the objection of the prospects oftneir respective emndidatos, hi spit! r of the. pO* 'l1et: ,. .11ad. :
bt ) youmlf your -
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; lr 7Wv i I'. I .will rsyppktics for aad:mik 'inUTaiw e on the Diibt before he inad hit bid!" being captions; for, with the exception of and am satisfied that the contest is between Dmocr&iinouneiiiZ.both.ud.e pI rti.ft': JIII- ,'lf! :fi..

P3ti&s1mloJatr.tau: &g&i *tlou by tf& *. rick end FraBM B aildiugi.tmiItiireUerc This'question" implies, a trifling suspicion, those relating speculation hy bis .clerks, Mr. B chttoao xcA Mr.. Fremont+; thai %Mr. cajmet xatt9 dhi-

}} .AKEI: 'LIVELY.; ; dizi,- &..' unworthy" of its author, 'imd t h without a S. (cIitch;-= hare 1I01'f,1 knnwlrrl1t-) Ffllraore- cannot i to oi1>ly'obfHtn thv electoral rive support from timber!, bat Iris chkfert
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l :>judged by the principles of the party of I Intelligent Voters ef Leon !, GOT. Broome-Mr. Walkci and Land' fact was divulged through the Sentinel, and presides, ,will be continued as usual, and entered.t 'TI.ttt m \ to

0 I which-he is.the' f(> resntatire.{; Of that par- I Shall the South 'be united ? The i instinct : Speculations. '. up to that day no one, except the initiated, members will be_required to debate, declaim, Register h *jM gft/, Ld ti onlybecause j it

y I have only to say, in the language of : of self-preservation! demands that it should.- knew where Mr. Walker had gone. But the write original fp&ches, and, if required, to is not taprwisT Ti(orb de.t speculate in h
Senator: : Pearce of Maryland, (whoso admirable TIle Florida Sentinel of Tuesday appears) private sales 'the dullest intellect
letter on the politidTof the day I com- Who is so blind as to entertain the J least! hope reeking with bitterness and animosity against : people will note one fll.ctMValker took speak in public. ,, cin see t,

.. nendto tho attention of the Whigs. of Missouri that;the1:Knoxy'Nothing party can carry two Gov. Broome, and for no other reason than : good care, before he left, to call Gov. Broomoout The officers and teachers intend exercising! every citizen vrho doc> not chop'boar toa!

V ) that States hi this Union! at the very utmost. No simply becauso he frankly and without hesitation .j before the public!P-nntl now, that Gov.B. :a, ciineful vigilance over the morals, habits expense of a trip td, $tfie & Jl at
.' 1 did not of the and of each,student and all laws his mercy. Now coufd the Legislature)
approve mysterious.ays' intelligent man believes it Cfll). 1 hen, why answered propounded himI I has responded, Mr.\ Waflter complains that Banners" have
- tern under which it was.organized-tho? oaths tho Know questions to no was back turned" than Gov. i laid down in the catalogOfc will be rigidly: en designed to give the Register any such power.
notabandon Nothing organization sooner my : i
administered to members initiation and by the Know Nothing candidate for Govcr-
upon n' this ? Clearly: not&-and he
This forced. Parents need have ho fear these yet
l.is
: Broome out own name on pose,
the nominees comes over
the discipline of the order, by which secrecy acid rally to the !support of nor.Ve say OJ' the Know Nothing candidate :
t and obedience were secured. How far-all State and national, of the Democratic party, for o'erllorfor, although Mr. I I is certainly most grave trifling. If Mr.Vitlk. matters. it, if the Srnre b:orrect. But does Mr;

f this has been dispeneed with I do not know. which has been triumphant in Southern his er did not wish a reply to his questions, why It is the purpose! of the Trustees to erect a i Walker coincide with'his month-'piecof If j
every Walker is hero nnd makes in
U, The original plan of their organization I could State and the only formidable* frontto he appearance does did he ask them ? But if he expected! a reply, Gymnasium near the building in the campusfor so, why did he, wnen iw joine ia the spoca.
presents the columns of the Sentinel not
deny
not but condemn, as I do the adoption of:UJ.Yprinriplc.'hh'h' the political vandalism of tho North. Men why? did he "turn his back ?" Why did he the physical education of the students- I lation of '53, wish his connection with thr
founds rule of that/ the questions were asked hy him-so that
a political exclusion -
absent himself? did. he : ?- a matter grossly neglected in modern transaction kept secret-from the people?
upon a diversity religious faith. of ?din South! we implore you now, ere it is the public is left to infer, without hesitation Why go away systems N0

:. The Northern wing of the party came too late discountenance, frown down the or doubt, that he and he alone was their au But again. A tenth of tho time taken in getting t of training. citizen ought to be unwilling to acknowledge!

into it, as "I think! with purposes very different fatal effort to deceive you, and thus lend you thor. Now why, the people will naturallyask up this controversy with Gov. Broome, I i As soon as our State Legislature meets, any act ho believes to rgbt-bt 4Tfr,
from those entertained by the rest.- I the friends of the institution intend Walker did not dcsirf. to
S headlong to ruin. (for 110 sensible man can fail to see that it was i making:: it knm
a
your should :\Walker his friends become a in
or
They adopted ,it as a cloak to schemes which We appeal to the men of all partiesevento forced on Gov. B.,) would have served to answer j! the University of Florida" and to secure a the speculation. Why not, if it teds. f
righ
all of us condemn and detest. The-necesea- incensed at Gov. Broome, when they them-
the of" Marion" and thus have I charter and State aid for this with But there j another. view to
ry affiliation of that wing of the party wero the deluded partisans, who are sowing the sclrcs were the prime cause of bringing him questions purpose b ofthis

.. with the anti-slavery men ; and accordingly seeds of intestine strife among us-to "[lie out before the public? Gov. Broomo had abstained disposed of them. Who cares to know who} I powers to enlarge its scope of influence, con. i iI [ subject. Not only die! the Legislature

we find the mask now thrown off by the most blind, leaders of the blind," who, misled by a. from interfering in the choice of his was their author ? The question is, Are they I fer degrees and grant honors. It is presumed :I expressly forbid the Register frornicoming

4 of them, and see the development of their false pride of consistency)' false views of I i iparty he had made such as a public officer, when ft candidate:: for I that every friend of learning, every citizen a speculator at his public sales, and in spirit

plans in such a measure as the Personal Lib- fiddit-by unreasoning animosity to I successor. Although speeches ,I another and higher office, is bound lo answer? I animated by State pride and every friend of i vrc think at his private wiles also but it
erty bill of Massachusetts\ which nullifies a in a distant part of the State, not the slightest ple
i Hare the RIGHT know the truth ? the in tho limits of this commonwealth the means in his hands of nipping speculation
law d Congress, violates the constitutional the name rather than the principles of Doi allusion to politics fell from his lips. This people a |I poor j jj
the of slaves I Have the to know whether their will not only unite but zealously labor to effect in the bud by any organization of
i
for
guarantee recovery fugitive mocracy, still hold out in a cause hopeless, j position of neutrality would have been observed j people a right I j capital
and creates the fiercest!" and most dangerous discreditable t{) the South. We zppeal own salaried officer, placed in office expresslyto so desirable and beneficial: a result. Every j which might be entered into. I was shown
nay him but for the and
the North and the South. by unjust unprovoked j I
discord between II last week l
Plain Truth" that
and their interest hasjoined State in the Union either has the Register
Their members of Congress have, for the to you to come forward and join us in the course of his political enemies. They I manage protect ; completed, or I. 1-
j with others in and fatten lisa in of erection State had the to raise the price of the lands
speculating course a ]
j University.
work of down the treasonable
I patriotic putting
most part, been consolidated with the pernicious !! commenced a war scarcely without a }parallel I
that interest ? If Mr. Walker has This fact alone shows the and feai- whenever in his judgment( the interest of the
patty miscalled Republican, and manyof I insane conspiracy against the peace of in the history of parties in this State-n ing on entered j necessity j

the delegates! to (their Presidential Convention the Southern States and the Constitution of war that even faltered not at a bold and outrageous I I into the speculation implied, why not : bility of the plan. It would be a blur-a. i iI State demanded it. Nr>w who will say that

have deserted to that motley alliance the Union. For once, let us exhibit to the impeachment of the motives I say so, and defend himself in a manly way I I foul blot-upon the character of our gallant 'I II :\Walker ought no to have used this pow

whose triumph would be the saddest calamity soliJ unbroken front. rcry If he has not, why not deny it in FO many I little State if she were to refuse or vote down ,i iI or in 1853 when the "I sanguine speCulators"entered
that ever befell our Uniou." enemy a impenetrable which prompted him to a plain discharge of I
I words the insinuation false and a bill to liberal his office and notified him that they
organize a University j
Having now anounced my purpose, and Tear down that ominous black banner of his duties under the Constitution Not only I pronounce I upon

the leading reasons by which I am governed, "free soil," inscribed with the names of Fillmore this, but they even called him to the witness I dare the pronf f But lie docs neither. In all I and generous principles. Our rapidly in :' wished, solely as t matter of speculation, t

I have only to add, that I renounce no article and Donelson. Cancel your electoral stand in a series of interrogatories framed by that he has written or caused to be written, I creasing population demands it. The poor ;, enter nil of the good lands in Marion nnd

of my political faith as a Whig.In ticket-achieve the most difficult, but the I their Gubernatorial candidate and republishedby ] I he winds all round the mountain" instead of demand it. State pride and, withal, State in- j much of the best in the'adjoining: counties !t""

supporting the election of national and going straight to tho questions Even in this ; terest! developcment and prosperity demand Who will deny, we ask again, that Mr. Wai.
noblest oall
conservative men, of eminent! ability, integrity \'ictories-a victory over your his organs in :all parts of the State To : '
I card ho is in too to 1; it. We want population. This is noted : ker ought to have broken up this attempted1
great a hurry a a
_ and patriotism, devotedly attached to the selves. Acknowledge that you have }been deceived these Gov. Broome responded, ns became ; very say .
Union, (though they are the nominees of the and find yourselves in error, and come him, in a plain, straight-forward reply to each I word in his own defence to matters relating I fact. We are constructing railroads and expect speculation by promptlyraising the price ?-

Democratic party,) I do but perform a duty and help us achieve another victory much question. And here, fellow-citizens, is where ; to himself an officer, nnd could hardly | these to draw population after therni .- !' Will any one deny t18r? such was his clear ,

'be'coming "big-the object being to de- I easier than the self-conquest\ counsel you the shoe pinches. Had Gov. Broome re- I I spare timo to keep up the war on Governor: \ This may be true, and we only hope it will duty ? But what did hi! do ? Why 9 instead
'feat'the dangerous sectional schemes of the
to make, but victory infinitely Broome insisting that no one is to regard attacks prove so ; and, indeed, we are inclined to be- I{ of breaking up the spceutation"; he had the
unscrupulous, disloyal agitators who govern j more important maihed silent under the unprovoked attacks
I made behind his back he hove that as soon as lines of in. I| power to do, he joined tte speculators and J
although our general
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and control the party miscalled Republican j to your country-and a victory in which daily being made upon him, in the streets and
H. S. GEI ER.'jInrihhu 'I takes not the real i ternal improvements are that \il- came a party to the whol? transaction !
the South will be found, after the battle, through a partizan press, it would have:: been I precious good care face I completed,

standing as one man in defence of her rights I'I all right. But forbearance had l been exhavstcd. : matter in issue, and has declined face it : !ages, cities and towns will spring up by Without going further into the matter, wa ,

under the Constitution. these six weeks How terribly Mr. Walkeris | magic along their borders. The resources of ask the Sentinel, and candid men of all parties
i & Journal | (;01'. Broome replied ; nnd no
t
Florida immense and I if they think that was or was not an !
persecuted Your paper-is just going to [ are citizens should official
.\nll"hJ cannot this union-alap, too j i sooner is this done than the same enemies, appreciate -
he and I have time them and! impropriety ? More than this no on .
effort
:; to no : ue to
- - press says say every bring i
,
I long delayed-be effected ? Is there a principle | forgetful of the war begun and carried t n by
S TALLAHASSEE : I at llt." Mr. Walker reached hereon together her hidden Besides I
I more pres / ; treasures. cot- | alleges.'t
announced in the Cincinnati: platform I j them, change their mode of attack and !

I which a Southern man will deny! or de.j j! charge him with having come down from his I I Sunday! -the Sentinel is published on ;I ton, the fisheries, the tropical fruits, the timber :fn. EDITOH-I answered promptly 1

Saturday Oct. 4 1856. I I Tuesday Surely a man who has the genius j and the vast trade of the gulf and Pana- I th
flounce ? Is there a Southern man even I I high position to become the assailant of Mr. I questions propounded tome by Mr. Walker J

among the friends of Fillmore who dare endorse j I Walker! Can the people be humbugged I to be Governor ought to be able in one i 1 I Li a Isthmus should be considered in ,speaking ,; through the editorial coljmns of the Florida -

lions. S. R. Mallory and A. E.: Maxwell.' I II whole day to answer a plain question or t..o."ve of the resources of Florida. Hence it is easy ,; Whenever the truth
Republican. of
his denunciation of the Nebraska }bill with such bare-faced trickery I No, a thou anything

These distinguished gentlemen arrived in this I ".\MEASURE WANTONLY AND RECKLESSLY sand times no. 'They have intelligence venture to say' that Col. Perry, who some to believe that improvements will bring with : there stated is denied by Mr. Walker, I t ti

city on Thursday evening last, in fine health I I of the Know Nothings insist is not them population. But now one single I
ADOPTED." What single issue, then, divides i enough to see through the palpable dodge, near as I ques. \ sustain it. Until such denial is made, I I
and spirits, and were welcomed with feelingsof I able a gentleman as Mr. Walker, would have tion, and it will come directly home to the in- I shall not feel called to
that will
I usYhat? ? except the one which questions and we predict they signify their I upon bandy epithets

pride and cordiality by their numerous the right of the South to an equal participation I disapprobation of it through the ballot box faced the music" in half tho time! his competitor : dustrious, thinking people of the entire State: I with him> or to explain any thing which h
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personal and political friends. I in the territories of the Union-to the j I in :such! a way as to admonish partisen lead. had at command i I Will population, working immigration, flow Ii may suggest that intend to (large Aw viih.
By invitation: of the Democratic Club, Tho! Sentinel without i ino: a State whose educational interests :
I! editorially, distinct | are JAMES E. BROO IE.
creation of new States-and is the South die j ers in all time to come.
they addressed, the same evening, a large I terms denying Mr. Walker's connection with ) inferior to the one from which they are to -
I vided upon that ? Is it the Tariff? Neither i iI II ..MiValker's card in the Sentinel is easily: t
and brilliant audience of ladies and gentlemen I I the Land speculation of 1853, yet seeks tmOl'C ? Grant the resources of Florida as I Know Nothings Cariig" IB Jackson !
I party have made any issue on that subject.} j disposed of. It says Gov. Broome does not
upon the political topics of the day, t Is it the Bank ? It has been an obsolete idea ; explicitly deny the authorship of Marion." adroitly to throw doubt upon it. That paper :! great as you please, will a citizen of Virginia 1 MAHIAXNA, Sept. 23, 18:

discussing with marked ability and statesmen- : or Georgia be as willing to move to Florida e JUr. Editor :-The American elector of
from our boyhood. Is it the "Sub-Treasury; ? | This will be news to those who have read: says
like moderation the momentous questionsnow But what have that Walker if the facilities for a thorough education are the West advertised weeks
Mr.
proof we I some by
I j It is a fixed fact. Is it the policy of arquir-; ;' (;0B's. letter.( His denial in that letter ism ago
agitating the public mind. Wo regret ; was interested in the transaction ? The proof ; totally wanting in the latter State ? Answer : posting hand bills, &c., that he would address I
Cuba when the occasion offers and it distinct in
ing can : ; our judgment, as language i j
that have for extended i I rests upon a single witness obviously laboring I it I I I
we not space an review I'I yourselves.We : the people to-day the Court House,
]be done and ? Where h could make that he did not theI
I honestly::; honorably ; except say under a deep bias, who is himself charg- a
j ji
of the icmarka that fell from i will not this, further at and divers other t
subject at the
interesting pursue places in and
county
: i the Southern man snflicicrit temerity tu di-i-: charge is false, mill it i is very remarkable | ed with }being the author of the accusations
S the lips of the eloquent} gentlemen, who IET i j I i he oilers to Of court the testimony present. I other western counties On different days, I
| pute the Cincinnati platform as a jut CXprssion that because he did' not deny tin.charge in I IJ j jthis prove.
spoke advisedly of the novel and appalling i I It t.of.i! swift witness is to be received with j; It is highly important that students should I which would have made hig second round ;
the Sentind which 1 ,
J
j of the genius of the American people! t manner: same contains i "
condition uf our country, and the relative I I.s. I gr.iins of allowance. : be present at the opening of the session, ; but lo! the people refused to hear. They
and the matured opinion of our wi.-.0fct MalesI i i )Walker's card insists that lIe has i
situation or.e isti:1g: parties: that are engaged !I | The people of [the State will doubtless be : though they will be admitted at any time.- are satisfied, I suppose for five Americans
men on that subject ? not denied it at all Rare logic that. A mild, ; I
.' in the mighty struggle for political! prp-emi- !I amazed at such shuffling. :Mr. Walker's itn-: !: We sincerely hope the Institute will be largely and eight Democrats were all that made their
| Experience has taught: the South the value j jj courteous denial will! not answer ; it must |,
S ncr.C!'. Their warm and patriotic assurances I plication in the speculation is fixed beyond ]! attended from all parts of the State, and that I appearance the Court lions The eJector I
i j of "State rigLtl1d! the dangers: of consoli. come) to be credited, in gross, harsh terms. 1 I A
that Buchanan: and Breckinridge will he the shadow: of a doubt I -and yet his organ Florida will not be behind her sister States on rose and said that the time had been
J i ilation, and for the last quattcr of a century, But as! we republic! the (Governor's; letter in .
successful:: in the Presidential contestwere t I I would still mistify( the people and throw su- I the all important subject of education-educating ; when the Wi ig and American party would
i we believe, all parties::; at the South have another column:!, we leave tho reader to judge ,
received with great applause by the Democratic : pioallcgiince spicimi, upon the credibility of the testimony the masses, liberally, thoroughly and i come out and hear their elector speak, tad
himself. We Slhuwen'r that know 1
ft-Mii-d to the of 98 and I for we
: principles .
- portion of the audience, and w C would !| : 1 I j I It is mere hearsay," says the Sentinel. But morally. Homo education is becoming now i he thought there shoold have been enthusiasm
I j 'SJ9, which delivered the Constitution and the the charge to be utterly groundless. )lnre. J enough the Americans to
not L lithat this :announcement pained I i \I this special pleading: shall not serve the .nur- ': the true doctrine of the South. among get up a
I| country from tho Federal clutches of John over, in addition to the flat denial copied last: : meeting, and that it showed a want of.e.
i for which it de \r I
) ( was ignclI care an-
the not sensitive Know :Nothing heait pose
_ _ ; present t! Adams and the terms of the Alien nnd itJition ;- : week from the Jacksonville Xcirs of the 0th! | ; Is it Right for the Register to Speculate I pect for the elector to refuse to attend his
thorized} refer the G&l. ;
on that occasion. : j to J skeptical: to IIous- i, i, meeting. A call from some one madeto
'! : law." We have said so much upon the ;: Sept., wo quote a reiteration of the denial 1 i! : in the State Lands ? !; was
toun-the who him to make his cch. He said ho
We were delighted to hear, also, from these j: gentlemen generously consen- Bp
of Union r.t the Souln and from the same of the 27th! as follows : This is a and [ .
I most accounts of the i palpable necessity I I paper : ted to bear :nil the odium of the transaction, I i very grave question, one would leave: it to Mr. Barnes, the Democratic
gentlemen cheering I I the manifest nationality of the Democratic !I The Republican of last week charged: I i which it is not our purpose, except sugges. j elector, whether there should be discussion
if odium! attached to it while the other any
daily increasing strength and enthusiasm of :! party, that we have" become disgusted with i I Gov. Broome with being the author of C :Ma: any ]: lively, to discuss. The Sentinel, however, or not. Mr. Barnes replied that it was,
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the West Florida Democracy, who will astound : rion.' In our last issue we flatly contrndic- | parlies Kepi their names secret. He has been : an American meeting and he was only -.
i tho repetition of political arguments and ; without admitting that the present Register present
the natives on Monday\ next. : ted the f-tatement, and! yet the i ia&ue of that I made the scape-goat, when perhaps of all !; to reply to the American elector, but as-
These distinguished gentlemen were both would gladly throw aside our pen if duty [per paper for this week does not notice oar d?- others he i is least to blame. But why all this I I has speculated in the Lands committed to his I; the crowd was so small he dismissed it without

S j mitted. But we will repeat again, there is' no : nial, but again, in this unfair way, insinuates | i management and care, justifies such such ,II further comment. rumored that this
anxious desire to Mr. Walker 1 In I is
to have addressed the people! at the Capitol today I screen one
i issue made in the pending contest to divide I I the charge. Now, we say again, that Gov. : I speculations when it says- f ends the American campaign in the West.Would .-
but we learn that Mr. Mallory! will pro. : i Broome was not the author of that comrmi- 1 j, breath the public are told that if :Mr. W. it have
net been
the South-none that ought not to unite her I i After lands have been advertised and of- i j more courteous to
ceed Waukeena and speak at that place, i i and bind her sons together as with bands! of II nication, and further that we are authorized i \\-HA interested in the transaction, he had aright : fered at public sale, the Register and Receiver Mr. Myrick for his party to have announced
and from thence visit Key West via Jackson !: i by the writer to give his name to :Mr. Walker to be"-while in another breath it isi : both of the Slate and United States land to him previous to this meeting that they

ville. Mr. Maxwell will fill the appointment iron. The only issue, we repeat, i L?, shall the .I or his::! authorized! attorney whenever: they.1 i I said there is.no satisfactory proor' that he ; offices, have the same right as other persons ;j had no further use for him ,nr the campaign

,: mado here. I I people of the South have an equal right to the I choose to demand I it." was so interested: Surely Mr. Walker's own to enter them." i' and not subject him to b placed in such afx

!i i settlement and inhabitation of the territories ? i iI F. This, it seems to us, should be suflicient mouth-piece must be troubled with This is assuming{ the whole ground, and is j as to be compelled make a failure t I
: To-nigttl the Democratic Club meets I ;: sorely) have since learned that the
-shall the equilibrium established I by the The other portions of :Mr.\ Walker's pulv j jlicntion doubtless intended to ease-off the Know Nothing i i opposition a
: ,
doubts about the i
again, when JAKES T. ARCHER, Esq., who I t i grave ojjicial! propriety of a j i ii done with addresses of any kind, and are
has just returned from the North, will deliver I I Constitution between the North and the :,' are as pointless as his assumptions I i I transaction which it so mortally hates to ad- i!i candidate for Governor, for unless such j jI now determined to let every thing go just *s
I South be preserved ? or shall the South submit relative the of" :Marion.\ Gov. I i be the intention it has whatever.
an address. to authorship i j;I mit, otherwise: it could not so palpably back no pertinency [I the people are willing, things should can!

: to a restriction which will forever limit Broome dilW charge him with conduct ,., and fill concerning fact which ninety-nine j I But is tho editor correct in his assumpj ;: them. They say it does no good, and they

The Hon. M. A. Long. her power of self-protection and doom her to :II unbecoming an honest man." His own organ ,' hundredths of all parties in this community 'i I I.thou? It is conceded t that lie .lias no right to :!! do not intend to trouble the people any more,

: We regret to learn from the News that this I the despotism of a remorseless sectional majority :I : in the adjoining column asserts that Gov. no more doubt the existence of than tbcJ"I I! buy at his public sales.: And why not ? Simply '. as how.they do not believe in public! speaking n

gentleman is lying quite ill at St. Augustine I in Congress ? This is the issue in theI I I I B. expressly stated he had not done that-so J, nf finy other truth which has been! established I F to prevent combinations between the Register Messrs. McCIcllan, Irwin and Cot, our

..of pneumonia. We trust .the attack is not of I present contest for the Presidency.The that Mr. Walker's choice expression, which j i I by incontcstible proof! The Sentinel's singu- !j I nUll speculators, -wns not that one of I II j Assembly candidates, are addressing the people

- .a serious character, /id that he will be Democratic nominees from Maine to here is useless 1'I I at precinct in the Their
very we will not repeat, a waste of Inr quibbles, therefore, while do not the objects in view when he was forbidden by I II every county.
they extricate ,
- : .enabled soon to resume the efficient d's-};! :- Texas the of I meetings have been large and enthusiastic,
exemplars
arc a principle constituting
words. Mr. Walker does not say that Gov. Mr. Walker, servo only to surroundthe :I i law to purchase at these sales; I ? Unquestionably (!
and if
- -charge of his electoral duties.! the great vital issue of the day and did I! could '! we are to judge from the large cumber -
Broome but he does will that. But then
so charge only
: if" transaction with greater- mystery, for if : -no one deny changes in favor of .the Democracy,

I FIRE ;; generation. The principle of non-intervention, &c. The public will conclude that it would it wag right," why so much twisting and i|i the Legislature havo designed to prohibit !\ you may set old Jackson down a the Banner

Yesterday afternoon the dwelling and all I as affecting the institution of slavery in territories have been much more dignified in Mr. Walker i turning-so much fear about meeting it, not t combinations with speculators at the public Democratic county of the State in Oc-
,
as well as States. It constitutes the to have waited until the charge was preferred I only l by his }but by Mr. Walker himself sales and have intended to allow them at the i' tober. Our Democratic majority will be very
the out-houses of Mr. Michael Lcdwith, near organ
i large. The American k. n' have completely
national insignia of the Democratic party ; before in which sales IVlto will that I Will | !
indulging a display I ? private say
this city, were consumed by fire. By timely I caved in, scarce vestage of them left,
and, Democrats, in your custody and in tho must be painful to his more sagacious and anyone ? Wo apprehend not. Tho case is | but they :
exertions, the furniture, &c., were saved.- I. say they are fully orgaoi. 1
-j- Mr. Ledwith has the sympathy of all our custody of those who shall join you and act prudent friends. They have but to read whatis Florida Institute. too clear for argument. But then, it is replied j they are, they are hid in some

: community in his misfortunes. with you in this canvass, will the purity of the said by tho editor in vindication of Gov. I.I Wo would draw the attontion of the people j the Register is not forbidden by express I with their dark lantern, for they rare not to

.1 I State escutcheon be placed with reference to Broome, and then what is said by Mr. Walker to the advertisement of this institution, in I law to speculate at his private sales. This I be found on top of the soil in Jackson count -
i I II '. Hon. S. R. Mallory will address tie
S. Why Proscribe Them this important principle. May Heaven avert to see very plainly) that tho editorials in I another column. It re-opens on Monday, may be so, and yet it will bo evident to everyone people,) -.Campbellton rest assured

The Southern Know Nothings wage war that it be stained. To prevent it let us all contrast with the card appear quite ridiculous, I the (Oth of this month. that the omission must have been accidental that I he will not fail to 2b plenty to talk to.

upon Cacholics. But why should they do rally around tho Democratic nominees on and rice versa. Another complaint ia that !I Last year it was: patronized to an extent I on the part of the Legislature. The the ball is rolling and gathering a it rou

: so I At the present time almost or quite to aman !Monday\ next, forgetting, if necessary, our the matter comes out on the eve of the elec beyond the most sanguine expectations of its reasons against allowing him the opportunity I would like to say more, bat as our

they Are with the South. Of the thir disconcerted predilections and be up and tion." But whose fault is that ? Mr. Walker friends, at one time numbering about ono thus to speculate are too overwhelming to admit I talk can friends discussion have[ cut under and desire no nor to f
or modesty prompts me
teen Catholic papers printed in the free States adoing until we have secured their election. treated with silence the respectful questionsof hundred students-a matter of serious congratulation of doubt on this point In the first place, I let the dying die as easy as ouibIe. (

: twelte support Buchanan-the remaining one Such \'ictory-such a position after the battle Marion" from the 10th of August to the to the friends of education through. if he be disposed to speculate, he has infinitely J JACKSN.

r fa, neutral. has been won-if anything can, will giveus 3rd of September. Then the queries to Gov. out the State. The Institution i is organizedon tho advantage:: over every distant settler-and '

The Black Republicans themselves testify safety and future peace. It will speak to Broome did not appear until the 17th of September the double plan or a preparatory school' the Legislature certainly never intended to I', Rally, fellow Democrats,: t the polls on

-; to soundness_ of Catholics. A correspon the deluded agitators of tho North a languagenot and were replied to by Gov. B. as and a collegiate department. In the former, givo him any audi advantage. But let us see deceived Monday. by Be men sure, who to vote will I\early\e and to misrepresent cot

;dent of, the N.-Y. Euning Post, a Fremont to be mistaken. It will admonish them soon as received. Now whose fault is it that students will be thoroughly instructed in tho how he possesses this advantage. Suppose, the issue at an erll to lat(o

-*,, paper, underrate of Chicago, Sept 8, Bays: that they have no !hope of conquering by dividing the matter has come out so late ? Not Gov.: rudiments of a polite and liberal education, for illustration, the Register wishes to engage refutation. When an thing joa

} '"Illinois is not sure for Fremont The Catho- us, and nothing short of revolution, Broome's surely. Had Mr. Walker answered embracing the usual English branches, An- in a speculation in Hernando. lIe examines' which you do not know)yoarselvec, call (o

; Kc vote is heavy, and all on the side of da. bloodshed and civil war can accomplish tho frankly in the first instance, and whithhcld cicnt Languages, History and Moral Deportment the notes of the purveyor and appraiser, and the proof. Be certain tat:,oor tickets G.are 8.
Let
the .S.
rer!!." wicked purpose they have in view. his questions to and attack on Gov. Broomoof ; while in the collegiate departmentthe thus possesses himself of: information not in right? and the names whole comity Pe" op

j With such facts before them, we ask oar the 17th September, there would have student will prosecute to a much farther the reach of the distant settler. He fixes upon on your ballot Recollect tcket,Democratic

Know' Nothing friends why ,they proscribe "Plain Truth. been no occasion for this complaint. Butas extent the branches already begun, and also certain tracts in his own mind as likelysoon Principles sad not nxn-'-

.b We have been authorized i by; the author of it is the whole result is referableto study such texts and One member of Legislature nay elect a
;rl. 'catlojicr.wlen.we: : :\ thus see that they are directly subjects as are com- to be in demand, when just at this time te'
he article named: as above which appearedin his (!Mr. W'B. original and the blun- in U. S. Senator oppose 1or. 7****
-4' battlingor' the,Constitution! ,and tho rights: ofF ) dodge moldy taught Colleges.The comes a letterfrom a citizen desiring information of Let wi inte..1

.the- : South tr 1 ,, v the last issue of this paper to state that ders since ,committed to repair the consequences new and splendid set of chemical and as to the price, terms, &0., of some of the government.protector of ever/ .hill.

; atczti: 'S ._ ___ .'- S -his t allusion* to tho cloik. in tho. Register's of of that first error. This his friends philosophical apparatus, with maps, orreries: these very tracts. This application the Register made Jefferson our'pndle O. $._ .

- lIO.'fHE: POLLS! JO OHEi POLLS!! ,flee was not designed affect hi* reputation: all know and feel electrical machines, &c., will greatly enhancethe II has every reason to presume comes The eves of the Country an'upon ca, Jet

.. /Letifevcry DepocraCdo" his,wliole l :duty, and ns'a man or all officer. ,We take pleasure! But 'wo are told that Gov. Broome took interest of the coming session. from one who knows the land, and:! taking it us make Abolition hearts qt by hearing

I l;;i I M(MYt -tZ Arf.j.1' jT vle' A?- .).L,&. :raaklnff'tljisetatement; : 'concerning:- :. Mr. Gxvynn, advantage of. Mr.. Walker's' absence to. coniebefd'rc Tho "Philomatheian Debating Society," as a notification that the tracts will do to little that! the State.Democratic In flag let wart Ofer oar on
fine. 'our.
.i i J'hlilo: lfAlOii: :;s-ours.1. an4, 'fl9W'\-! -! wo-;- ,f! dWervedly popular?, ,,thoposition hooccupies. the public. Mr. Walker' absencewas organized atthe J laet session by the, students speculate upon, he"secures, them for" ,himself the first M6nday. ia October bf wt1O j-. _

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the volcrae or reliable tegtItho'jwhich Following the letter Senator :Geyer in tion of the latterwill be to vote.for the former > % ". 'Z

; has been presented to satisfy our columns of to day we imita attention to and not for Fillmore, who is not yd sure Hav &c'P! L01tery-. f

the minds of the people that Gen. JathsonierIost the able and conclusive communication below of a single Stat Are again In the Market with a Large'aild well Selected_ ..
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!But what, niter allis this
great ilepubli- 1'PBiic' IS.
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confidence either in the : from the '
capacity Hon. D. M.
Barringer North
can triumph ? It is claimed that Ilamlin,for

or integrity of James Buchanan, the I Know Carolina, one of the nwt distinguished Governor, has 12.000, or so, over his Democratic F&LL jfOOW1 WmmTEIm 'ir'CL.TT iso12 8i eo.Lt1 Rs !

Nothing press and orators continue, arrantlj-, Whigs of that State, and late minis'er to competitor ; that the Legislature] is I : (

the of the: with reference Spain under Mr. Republican that most or all the Congressmen) ;I Only 15.000. Nubera.I .
to falsify history past I FilJinoie's administration : I I l .. 1 .
,. to this niatttT. We scarcely] deem it j IIOA" DAJWELBARRIXGERFOR RUCHAXBRECKINR1DGE. I are Republicans. Two years ago the Con. I tj ; JASPEE COUNTY LCADEXYiQTEky

this .1N..\" J I gressmen were all Republicans except one ; ]j is our intention to sell at the Lowest Cnsll Prices and we a!k ,the Public tft call and examine
: necessary to offer r.ny mere testimony on I I the Rt'puLlican'otu for Governor, over theI JL OUr goods before making their purchases. Our stock embraces every variety uf Ladle Dress .:

: point favorable to the Democratic candidate t WRITE FVLPHCR SI-EIXOS, VIKGIMA, ) I Democratic was 16,455 ; and there was a GoodRobes., Mantles, Laces and Embroideries Ac. OcnU nnd Boys ClOlUiDJf Hoateholdand I .

i for the Presidency, but, to. lender the facts August Gth, 1850. ] I large Republican majority in the Legislature. Plantation Goods. far Atrnoiwrr or xnc WAT* o/OKOROLA.raediatelv. .
j Dear Sir:-Your note. addressed to me at The MANTLES--Onr stock of Mantles Talmas, Cloaks, SOW and SLawU 3 large and of tie Jast style uo- -
doub1y'su we eubjoju, a. very Interesting i I Charlotte, North Carolina, tinder date of I aggregate Republican majority on Congressmen ported by George Brodie, the most fashionable boas in New York, styles nre Eugenie, Josephine, Kg :I "

: and satisfactor}' letter from. Justice Catron, of 12lU nit and forwarded to here has ; over the Democratic candidate* lantine. Empress. Leoneae. Cuban ie. and of every color in vogne. :,i 6LA88 E .
1 me just was then, accordii g to the Tribune Almanac, FASHIONABLE BONNETS,-Untrimmed and Trimmed Hair. Tuscan English Straw, Rutland, Las i 'rpo be drawn October -16tb. 1 166. at Cuoeet Hal
the Suprvrne Court of th United States, inc been received. The delay in its reception 19,599. It will be ll'stvtbnn that now, and and China Pearl, Fancy and Mourning Bonnets Rigolettes and wire Bonnet. frames Misses Bonnets and j JL Ma coo.Oa, under the sworn tapetiatenje&ce of

reply to an inquiry by Andrew Jackson, Esq., i has perhaps rendered answer unnecessary. there is no certainty, as yet, that all the Republican Hats and Caps and Hats for small children. i Col. Oeo.U. Logsa aDd JasA.6etZq.CAPITAL .
i But r. respectful regard for yourself and thegfiilleman LACES.-White and Black Silk Lace. Blond Real Valenciennes and Bobinet Brussels, French Jiod Engush :
of Tennsc. The fact tbat Gen. Andrew candidates for Congress are elected. thread Lncel.EMBROIDERIES.French $15,0001 1
who
the nctrmiatfon joined in the request, urge One year ago the Republican candidate Cambric and Dimity Bands,EJgings, lusertings and Flouncing,HmbU Unstitched .
of Mr. Bu-
Jackson niged
1 me to reply to your inquiries in a brief I I Prize of. ....$16.000 is. ..:.fl,000.
very Governor had Linen Cambric and Printed Handkerchiefs.
3,115 votes the Dem.
the over .. ......
ibsnan to Presidency in 1844 after the note. 1" 6.000 ia..6.00Q
COLLARS Black and White Book Tarleton Black
AND SLEEVES Cambric Diced. ,
candidate, and the Democrats had small Crape, Mourning. ,
a
.......2.000 i.1.000,
of Mr. Van Daren's You nre correctly informed I and White Colare! trimmed with Linen Habits and Sleeves,Bengal Collar etc. I 1"
publication ar.ti-TcxaB as to =i- bugles. Mourning .
> my po plurality in the Legislature. 2 I ....... 1.000 arr.............t.OOOG
tion in VEILS.-Black and White Silk nett illusions Love White, Black and colored Veils Embroidered
; letter, cannot now be queE tioIJE'd. The date.t reference to the next Presidential Lace,Thules Blonds. Ac. fancy 01 .. ... .....600 tre...::..'.....J.SOO

t mont of facts made by the distinguished autor election. I expect to vote for JAMES BU. J- The Raleigh&and.ardoftie} 24th RIBBONS AND TRIHMLN Crapes OS.-A splendid assortment of rich Bonnet and Sash Ribbons and winter r '6" ..,. .. 100 are... .........7,200
CHANAN end JOHN C. BRECKlr1 lull. trimm Dgs. Neck and Belt Ribbons. Mohair bead dresses Swansdown Victorine and Cuffc, Chenile, Trimming I 3i) Approximations of $20 Pnx are ,\
of this letter dissipate all the misreprc- 1 RIDGE. Appreciating highly, as I do, the I saysWe of Moire Antique, Velvet Gimp Galons, Tassels, Bugles and Beautiful French Flowers and bun. CO; 25 are l.tOCO

sfntitioiof our disingenuous opponents, and I ability and patriotism of Mr. Fillmore, I am, I have the gratification of announcing chen. Wreaths Tabs, and head ornaments. Birds of Paradise tc.I 20: 'I are 1,000
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nevertheless under ;' that Jamrs \V. Osborne, Esq., of Mecklen- I GLOVES, HOSE, &C--Ladies and Gents Silk Wool and Cotton Hose and Gloves. Buck Ganntlets, Silk I 100, 10 ure 1.000
exhibits the naked incident, that as late as I compelled existing circumstances, I burg. and Hon. Daniel M. Barringer of Ca. Mitts Gents grey Lamb and Cashmere Socks, Childrens town made Boots LaJies silk and wool under. ',C) Prues IIf$31 are. ... .. .. .X.....3.760.
1844 Gen. Jackson regarded Mr. Buchanan I by a sense of duty and the clear old line have shirts. Gents wool find Silk! undershirt Drawers :. I --
: barrus-leading Whigs- announced TO
convictions of my own deliberate judgement.to LADIES DRESS GOODS--Robes of Silk and Cashmere, DeLaine Robes, Broche and Black fled fo. Silks 7.803 PRIZED: AMOUNTING $102.0001 I .
&8 the Juan of all others in the Union to be vote for the nominees of the Democratic | their determination to vote for Mr. Moire Antique, Black and Striped Poult de Sole Gro de Rhine Glace and watered. Black Lustrine. Sin- I Tickets 81O-Hslvea $3.--Qtmrte *2.ffO

J jjjiced in charge of the Government. Here party. I am opposed to the so-called American Buchanan, and thus to unite with the nation- Chero Silk Plain DeLaines. Wool do. Satin Stripe. Printed Plaid. Striped and Ombre do Persian Goods i Prizes Payable without..D dUCUOa.
i I al Democracy in the great effort now being Poplins Moreen, Waehblond illusion Elastic belt. Argentine Eta Te de Sole Debeges Challies. Cashmeres I
poI1dencC'. Read it: } or Know-Nothing In Persons sending money by a3 need not tear itn
;s the corre party. opini
I my Chatelaines Sat du chine Robes Black and Colored Skeleton and Whalebono
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i inn its | made to save the Union. We hail tho accession Alpaca Hoop. being lost. Orders punctually attended t x Coama
HtHHITAGE Sept 16. 1856. 1 organization is anti-republican and of these gentlemen wish pride and : Skirts Wool hood, Grass Cloth, a Cue assortment of full and second Mourning Good?, and large stock nications ooDflJ Bank notes 'of sound btaik*
j contrary to the true theory of our : of other .
C.Jtirl lie United govern. I pleasure and strike hands with them mostI taken at par. ,
JCETICE CAIRO'r-fttie Swprtr.f of I ment and the I we -
: fundamental
of
principles the : .GrOODS Those ntmUii Q. ilQ.
States: !j Coiislituticn.! I have not affiliated with or I. cordially in this Union of the South for thu !I 9 J wishing. particular rer

Dz.A& Sin-VTilJ you be lind enough to state tome : voted! the. ticket of tl.is! party. It is not the sake of tho Union." Black and fancy colored Cassimeres and Cloths Ca"hmaretts. Fancy prints. English do, Earhlou Gingiiams, Address JAMES 7 WJNTSa,. .
.jour recollection of certain remarks, and tLe ( Wiiig either A short, but able letter from Mr. Barringer j I Marl plaids and stripes, Tweeds. Satinets Turkey Red Furniture prints and gimp.: Crash. Pillow Case Cotton Manager. Maocn.GsorfU.
conversation thftt occurred on Jour visit to the Her. i party, open or disguised ; but I and Linen Fancy Ginghams and Velvets, B. R Diaper Green Baize. Furniture Checks Table Damask Pongee Sep SO. 185G. 38
mitage in the Fpria;; of 844, between my father j boasts having risen upon the ruins and corj will be found on .the first page of to-day's Hdkf.Sponge Cloths Patent Towels Tickings. Cambric Mull Muslin Nainsook and JicoL-et da,Br.lliants, '

(Gen. Jackson) and certain delegates from Alabama j ruption of both the old paitiee. Mr. Fillmore pa pE.'r. I' Brown Holland. Stay binding Domestic Ginghams, Cotton Flannel! Ac. I' Law SchooL
1 think ou their way thm} to ntteiid Baltimore j is the candida'e of the American party alone. HEAVY GOODS.--Omaburgl. Biown Shirting and Sheeting Jeans, Denim Shirting: stripes: Manchester i !
CoDTeotion And just after the letter of Mr. Van Bu- and has accepted its .I Florida Indians. stripes. Sea Island Baynnj, Twine, Bed, Saddle and Negro Blankets, Fancy Blankets: Head Bdkfa, mni; undersized proposes to establish a LAW
reD against the nnexat5on cf Texas appeared in pub- j patform-a platform i Plains. Kerseys and Twills. I II J- SCHOOL 10 the City of Tallahassee for the instruction -
lie; aDd greatly oblige. i which I do not approve, and which i is the A correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, ,I CI.OTHING.-G4'ntlemens Clothing of every color nod price a large stock cf Overcoats und Talmas, of every : of student la JatieprudtDCe. comprising

'r our ..en and obedient Eerraut..ADuEW I work "f' (she Northern wing of the [party, or writing from Camp Ochlawha; under date of :: style, Whirlpool Baylan. Bearskin. Russia Ac, rant nnd vests of every variety and made up after the : Constitutional History and Law. Common Lav.Commercial i?
, JACKSON.NASHVILLE I rather the small remnant of it which has not :! very latest style. BOYS AND CHILDREN CLOTHING for every age and siz. Gutta I'urcha. Cloth I and Criminal Law end Equity.His .
I joined tile olition while Mr. Fillmore August 29, among other things, has the following I I ing to protect against rain and cold, Gents mufflers Linen Bosom SLirts, Fancy French do. Byron and design is and hU endeavor will be, through the
party j i :- Standing Collars. Undershirts Drawers Ac. : medium cf lectures, examination,. recitation and
September 17. 18S6.IEAB. ; himself is the candidate of the Southern wing j HATS AND CAPS-Finest wool Fur and Silk Hats, also Caps for men, boys and infanta. I Moot> Court, to communicate A knowledge of these "

Sin: In your note of yesterday you desire ; and repudiated by the North. The great I I One old soldier I accidentally met with BOOTS AND SHOES--Lad'es, Geuts, Boys and Girls Boots and Shoes to suit every size cf foot and of respective departments! of the great rystem of Uw- t\\

'me to tate my recollection ('f certain remarks that I question of domestic slavery, in all its bearings |! the other day said that the Indians did not every variety of quality and price. I to instil their principles; into the mind and initiate the

occurred In a conversation in my presence at the is paramount to all others in this presidential I fear any one of the officers who had ever CAEPETING--Tapestry Brussels 3 ply. Ingrain. Hemp Drugget and oil Cloth Carpets Velvet aid Ta- student into the rules of practice, thru preparing him .
Sennitage in 184*, between Gen. Jackson Rnd other I election. It not and been here but old Harney. When Col. lIar- pestry Rugs, Chenile and Tufted da, Malta and Matting. I I for the important duties of his prufefsiuo.
in regard to the probable action of the Baltimore ought cannot i CROCKERY--Real China Ware Common do, Cut Glass Setts. Ac.HARDWARE Tallahassee ii favcrably situated for affording facilities -
I here he treated them with much
Convention. In 1844. when tie delegates were on their \rav to !| less signification by any true Southern man. se'erit.that. the Indian women to this day, j Cutters Cora Shelters, Brace and Bitts Screws, Knives and Forks. Pockets Knives Augers FireDogs i from all parts of Florida bat to those also from 4

be Baltimore1 Contention from Alabama and Tenut'lIIN ; Upon this question the Democratic part occupies :, scare their children by telling them that they i I Shot Belts. Locks. Pots.Ovens. Teakettles CovU, Spiders, Spring Balances, Wheel Barrow Ox i South Georgia and Alabama the Supreme Court of

Gen.Jackson _' rote a note to Gen. Armstiong, | in an eminent degree, the highest conj will give tliem: to old flame}'. i, Yoke, Currj Combs Cross cut Saws Handsaws, Well Wheels! Harnea, Plumb Bob, Cotton Hooks, I the State the District Court cl'tbe toiled States and
ibe Postmaster at Nashvillesaying, *"thi lie, (Gea. j For from what I have seen of I Nails. Smith's Bellows. Anvi s. Vices Ac, Ac. i the Circuit Court of the county befog all held ben-
Jackson) wished to see aud have a conversation with J I sen'alive constitutional and national ground. i ij this my part. I] WILLOW WARE, NOTIONS &C.-Shell. Ivory, Horn and Rubber Comb of 1I I kind Cloth and I tLe Chancery Court of the latter bhg always op c. .
fame of his friends on the subject of a proper c-'indi i j It is truly national. It is the only party now cruntry, I firmly believe that the Indians Hair Brushes Colognes Lip Salve. Ladies work Boxes. Glass Wei htA. Shaving Boxes. Bracelet. Necklaces : iviig opportunities hearing arguments and sscing '

date to be presented b) tbe Coa\enti-n. and to come ill existence which can meet together, disi;i can enter into any hammook and remain I of jet and fancy cok-r-s. Puff Combs, Satcheh. Crusub Brushes. Crying Bnbie Tov, Whips. Puff i the pleading! and practice in all pf them.
earl v next raorcmg to the Hermitage.: ." Gen Airusfrofijj ;;, cuss and adopt principles and resolves, on there till the resurrection day, if they are not Bozes Shaving Soap Balm of 1000 Flowers. Lubins Extracts. Htttr Oils Elastic Cf'rd, Hair Fins Hook TLe course will be divided into two term. exclusive I
and myself drove tp very cadnor; do I ie- this the of similar ; driven out by hounds. Some of these hammocks and Eyes, English Pins But'ons Eyelet Machines Envelopes, Needles Lead -ncIIi. Silk Purses,' Port i only of the two months of August and September I :
ollect nb.f-iber AUV other person indicated in the! subjectf same or even a J JI be white M'inais, Armlets, Thimbles, Pipes, Brooms, Letter and Foolscap paper, WLale bones Belts Clasp, I and the abort period doriof'wbicit tbe Chief JCJ.tice -
note got there m1inJC.Jong private conversation I character in every and in all sections of our | can never penetrated by Tubs, Ac.Baltimore I ICROCERIES. will be absent oa official duty.

was held by Gen.Jackaon with those be bad invited i! country. There is no organized Whig party, men. The first union will commence on the second
to: wtirb Gen. Armstrong acd nsveeL" were present I j and no Whig candidate in the field. 1\Jr.I' Old" Harney, above mentioned, is a gallant I I Monday[ in October ensuing.

Tvell recollect. ; Fillmore is careful to that he is general of our army, who may have seen, I THOMASBALTZZtL.
repeat not : Roe Herring, Sugar Powdered, Crushed and Granulated, Go,hen Butter, Soap. Coffee, Crackers f pt. 20. 18G- 33
The General Lad been -warm friend of Mr. Van ,,i the Wiiig, bat the American" candidate, J I not to exceed, perhaps, fifty three years. lie j Maecaroni. Cheei, Candles Suuff. Tobacco, Segars. Cheroots Onions. Pickle, Piccalilli Brandy Penctfg I Advertiser Apalachicola Wtcbrttan TLomurfll
I
know ttat be bad his mind ; .
did I
Bnren ; hot He then concurred changed triib hi- and speaks of thc Whigs as his former as- is a native of Nashville, Tenn., and was an I Vanilla Fresh Shad, Halibut Salmon, Lobster and Sardines.Tomato Cat-up. Worcestershire Sauce Fresh I j Argus Bambridge; Sentinel, Tallahassee,will please .
till that
'
morning. i especial and friend of Gen. Jackson. Peaches, Quinces, Apples. Green Peas Quince. Curntnt and PeRch Jellies, Strawberries, Pine Apple. Canton .
friends that it was not porteibla! for tLe democratic I i, suciates. He is a mender of the order"In procge | copy twice and send bi'ls to Advertiser.Tallahassee 4 t. fed..
present Starch Saleratus Ginger Snaps, Dried Peaches. Catile Soap. Mackeral. Powder Nuts, Brandv drops, }
Thi writer above of the fear' of Ginger
Van Buren in file fAce of speaks j jHarney
Mr. between him therefore
to elect and other -
party choosing "
j Jelly Cake.Candy and Sugar Plums Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Teas. Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Lard Oil j -
Lie letter condemning the acquisition of Ten : candidates, there is no compromise of :, by the Indians, upon the Florida pe- j Burning Fluid :c. October 4, 1856. 40 | Femalecc11oge'
Mr. Van Beret ling out of the question the next i I A ninsular. lie might have said further, that '
i! Whig principles. true Whig may act as j ; :.
who of -
-
matter of discussion was, our puoriinent -
there is not an Indian of tribe the ;
friend was qualified fll the bgb: oMice ol President I.is conscience dictates, unbiassed bother. know"and any on Groceries &c. Lumber. THE Trustee of thi above Institution take pleos-
and carried 'With him the elements of biicce*. obligations.! continent that docs not stand in I j in announcing to the public;that they haft .
in a conUst with tbe exigent leader on be ether side But there is another consideration of the : especial awe of him. He has but just re- ; Just Received from IV. F. and X. Orleans : \ I"7"E have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousand sncoeeded in procuring the terrices of Faculty froai .
Ur. Clay, who i it wits.Jt doubled would be the vrbi moment in reference to the duced the powerful Sioux, and, it is said, is "} T T feet of good SEASONED LCMBEH, of every dis- I whose well kn,wu ability experience and success as
greattst pending and Superfine Flour cription. which will be delivered in Tallahaase l low.
candidate .W e dibcuseed i the fitneis of our fncr.d?. I i teachers all who
I under orders now for Florida. We knew EXTRA they can guarantee to patronize the 4
; vrilh ectire: !eedtmVhrn Presidential election. The contest is practically and Crushed Sugar Those wishing Lumber can audre us at Centreville. J
and car opinion Institution advantages equal to those of loatita-
gave him well and venture to that ; old Java Coffee, Bills sawed short any
Rio and Prime at notice. ;
vrc got through,Gen. Jsclson errid be did tot doubt between the Democratic and Abolition I| years ago bay \ tion in the Southern States. It is sincerely
that'lli. BacLauan ought. to be the nominee."VThfn parties. There is not the slightest! ( probability the conduct of affairs being left to his judg. '! Chocolate. Crushed Sugar, Muccaroni, A. P. COMBS A CO. : that the people of Florida Sou h* n Georgia hoped, aad

I we returned to the parlor; a cor.tdnabe: that Mr. Fillmore can be elected President ment and discretion, he will rid the country Pickles! Green White and Wine Blnck Vinegar Tea __Se pt._27. 1356. 89 I East Alabama Trill evince by their liberal patroosjre.

\ i.cmber of gentlemen tvtre thtre. and others \veieonuing I by; the Electoral] Colleges. If he should succeed of the Indians: and that, too, without the :.i j71 l j Brow Caniiy Soap Toilet, Soap} their preference to home Institutions, and thenrby .
in from Nashville. The conversation of course evade the considerable .
risks
and
TaxCo11ecto's ia-
I ezpensetberniny
i of "hounds. lie has hi5 ,
a peculiarly aud and Tobacco,
way Rough Ready Fig
in StateF which is
f Belting one or two j
turned and the proloabecomplexion: ( conveniences of their
on politic sending daugLters far from .
what it Jo do. Some o- doubtful, in ( of the Union o.vnjt settling nil Indian difficulties! and) it Po-sriler. Shot and Lead. Last
t t In Cocvfuticn; and ucgbt e even any qaaiter Notice. home. I
asked the General b'.oniiy, who he thought should be the only effect of it 'might possibly be not to i is probably this} fact which has led the! Executive : Lias Winter e-ed Bleached Oil, White Lamp Lead Oil.and Putty iI i( The Institution is furnished with an extensive ChttQ- '

Delected ti the candidate: ? He promptly replied:" It ; eect! him in any contingency, but to give | to confide to him the seemingly isr-r- Burning Fluid, Star and Sperm Candles. I PROPOSE to be at the following places! at the 'I icaL Philosophical anI Astronomical Apparmtcs. also '
4 a: wit po ible for our friends to support Mr. Van Bui i the election] : to the House cuban 1 task of concluding" this "interminable I: times specified below, to collect the Taxes still with Musical lortniments of all kfed and toy u--
present ofRep'e-: -.ALSO-
ten in the fcce of hi* letter opposing tie acquisition Seminole war" lie will do it.- IVashinglonSlar. I due for the year 1856. Pe ns'will confer a favor, I II ber requisite. 4 .
.D1 anaeraticn i f Texas; and amongst our other ., scntative, from which every true patriot and t I An assortment of Fluid. Solar and Hall... Lamp both upon me and upon themselves, by being punctual : The exercises of the Institution will commence oo t .
g friend I L2I.LO hesitation in &:1._,lag, that honest 11.:10ill exclaim. God deliverus : I I I faliall be the second MONDAY in October nut. '
prominent may .1 L S 0ThoIDMt..n as compelled according to law iu such .
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: ia. \fc. Bjel.ar.un flu.a'jd be 6i rCttd by
my op".alcu Under the critical circumstances l which I cses.tovy} on all those whose payments are not ; .fACULTY :
tbe cocveutson*s oar (:1- i6te." surround I believe that the Union Tallahassee Market. i Lime I made previous to the 1st day of November-that being 1 JOHN A. A. M Professor t
us, sincerely Hydraulic Cement AX ic. GRANTA. of Mathematicsand
:
There were several! dekgatfe prrser.t but I do net .. Ocr. S.-COTTON-Tiiib article La" rolled iiil rr.arI I I the time of closing tbe Books: !
and' tha Constitution nd the li htful For Sale G. & J. MEGINXISS. Natural Science. .
by
II recollect rjy ('1Ie of them except Mr. Turner, t-f : ; i imounting I : October 4. Store Miccasukie .
ket very freely during the week and the sales, a- October, 185G. 40-6t Saturdav Byrd'a A. L. O'BRIEN. A. M.; Professor of Lanjuaje and ,
HuTiUrillo Alabama.The : equality! of: tile States under the Federal compact I h Jackson's .
6.
f t: Bluff :
:Moral Science. .
1 to 670 bales were easily effected at the : --- ---- --- --
.
[ for, 'il account the mbttsnce of my rtcul- in imminent and ] oth- 7, Fort i t
g are peril ; leaving Braden. .
I MRS. L. E. GRANT, of Orn
Winter Goods. Principal *neo! l DCpartmeat.
with which closed this week Fall and
1.ctiou of the oonversatioa: t vhich\o r note 12- cr to judge for themselves, for myself I feelit quotations we report, 4. 13. Centreville, I '*" J t.
.!erL I to wit 10 to 11 for best of Cotton, these 14 Holland A Go's.
f to be duty to vote, in with 1 : graded are Snb-cribers are rt'C'-ivwz their FALL and : Mills, I MISS L C. GRANT. Assistant
; Most rcFpeclfslJy.] Tour cbeuieot servant my company cash prices. HEIR n"'=tin of Dry Goods. Hardware 1 5, Flagg's Distillery! B.R. LIGNOSKI. Prmmpal of Music Dcpartmaot. .
of and old line
Joa CATEOX.To thousands; Drill true Whig? I' .
t : 16, Roach's X Roads t
SEISLA 'J bales of this di I nroceri Crockery. China, Glass nnd Wooden MISS ELIZABETH LESTINESS, Assistant Teacher
I : -Only iptinn j {
An jrcw Jackson, ZKJ.tl throughout the nation: for the candidates of : Ware. Its and Shoes. Clothing Hats Caps, Bon- ".. I 17, Young's, Lake Jackson, I in Music. ,
j j t thit pi"'y which will have the ability in politicul ; changed! hands duriug tie week, at prices Tarrying : nels, &c.. Ac. For sale bv 18, Torapkin's Old Mill. I Bv order of the Board. t-f Tmtt .. )
from 10 to 19. H. w"l] as the pafriotb Sep. 2C, 5C. 38
as
Stop it, Major I power, disposi- Tux Collector ,
Leon Co. .
-- 40-St i .
1 ssr
October
4. ---
I tion, to and perpetuate; { the Union, i! .
preserve THE nEST
i WHAT OR WHICH IS -
: --------- -- -- I OFFICE '
Ono of the Know Electors in TALLAHASSEE
Nothing R.B.CO. > t
| the Constitution and the of the TAKE NOTICE.-When not at the '
equality
i : precincts
&c.
fW t tIs
Florida (Maj. J. J. Underwood) i is in the :i Stales. Under existing circumstances the : VernmG or Worm Destroyer Bonnets, above named, I can be found at the Drug Store of E. September ICth. 186. f fIN t

I I a question daily and Lnuriv" asked by parents TUST Received an assortment cf Bonnets, Artifi- Barnard. C. L. D.Sept. pursuance of orders adopted at a meeting of tLe r :
.habit cf aborting on the stump that there areS party of which Mr. Fillmore is the candidate !' Board of Directors of the Tallahasiee
.. 27, 1656. Railromdi
Ac.. 39-tf
children. Rouches
anxiouH for the health of their Ail | filIi Plnwers,
| cannot in probable be in f } Company, held the 12th instant ,. .
: subordinate offices in the State Depait- ; any contingency a j ALSO- on toe rates of Pa
exercise wh are at all acquainted with the article, will iramej j snge-fare and Transportation Good will be *
to each influence. And on ,
position an reduced -
-men* at Washington, and that 27 of them are I! the nominees of the Democratic j diately answer. j jDE. Beb!e'a Fall Fashion of Gentlemen ILiis! For Sale. I as follaws. viz: *

foreigners. A gentleman took the trouble : part are :Men and Boys Cloth Caps. From and after the lit October next all up-freklit t iti '
YEEMIJTGE:PEEPAE.BD
', the only candidate now before the people M'LASE'B CELEBRATED DT i i For Sale by G. A. J. MEG lNMS. rk TTJ AT Beautiful Location where I now re- now paying Twenty-Five Cents hundred

to write to headquarters for the purpose of J JI i who may have it in their powee to prolongif I FLEMING BEOS Pm-fiBCROn. PA. : October. 1856. 406tTolhe frpraL side on Clinton Street,near the College. tl oa the Road Will be reduced to per Twenty Cents poqnd ,
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___ __ __ .. __ per
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been known to fail and is of the I n. l There five of Land attached
I learning how near the truth the Major had not to perpetuate the blessings hich arc I It has never one are over acres hundred pocnda. % f
I 1 guarantei to us }by the fren institutions under safest remedies that can be used. A friend of ours II i Public. to tbe residence undivided by streets; on the premi From and after the 1st October next. Quo Dollar t
and received the } I
eomc following extinguisher: I see a fine Garden Stable, Corncrib, Carriage house t
will be charged for Lire from Tallahassee
which we have heretofore so happily andEO lately banded us tbe following statement in reference and Mntrass manu I passage to i ,
LASH upholsterer houses Well of cool water and .
DEPARTMENT STATE ) I DAVID Negro a splendid good St Marts, and the same front St. Marks to Tallabw- i' ,
OF prosperously lived. to this Vermifuge : from the Blind A!sylum, Now York Ci!tem. There are several beautiful Squares on tbe

: Washington, Sept. 2, 1856. $ My purpose is, therefore, to give my support NEW YORK, Sept 25, 1862. respectfully tenders his thanks for which past favors he will and. West and North aide of tbe College suitable for resiI I see.The responsibility of the Company. for t thfl,.. Condition I
those Gtnlt men--A young lady of iny acquaintance had solicits a continuance of patronage endeavor deuces which I will sell at private sale. This is a rare of Goods, their
SIR: In reply to Jour note of the 1 1th to distinguished statesmen, Messrs. merit. He has on }hand all kinds of Mat- I ceases on delivery at the Dvpot.
Buchanan and who been for a long time very much tro'ibled with worm, t' opportunity, offered to those persons who may desire : to Consignees. or thrir "Wagons or Dmy .', il
ultimo, I have to iufonn you that of the sub Breckinrjdge, are eminently rasses, and will manufacture to order Spring Matragsea tu locate in Tallahassee and educat their children in : '
BY ORDER PHESIDEKT.
: ordinate officers in this Department, (in number : qualified for"the highest positions in I advised her to try Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated Vermi. I or any thing in his lino.: Residence on the corner either of the male or female Colleges of this city, unsurpassed ; Attest i S. A. SHIKC. Secretary.OF THE -
-
31,) there are but three foreigners. One, the government, and who are the candidatesmost fuge, prepared by Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh, Pa. East of the Post-office. : by none for the ability and acquirement. of I Sept27, 1856. S9.Charleston !q.
and took vial which : Tallahassee, October 4, 1856. 40 the gentlemen in charge of the above institution
an aged man and a resident for 49 years; the I likely to defeat Fremont, the sectional She accordingly purchased one I

second nlso an aged man and a seaman in and abolition candidate, and to be able, under caused her to discharge an unusual large quantity of I -FOR-- SALE OR RENT For S<>pt particulars 27, 1856.apply. to JOHN 39-tf R. LLOYD. So, ,Ca.:: '.

the navy during the war of 1812, and a third Divine Providence, to allay the fanatical worms. She was immediately relieved of all the j I I
PLACE ---' -- --
a man of middle age, brought to the countrywhen : strife and the bitter and bloody distractions dreadful symptoms accompanying this disease, and 1'A TX/TYTURPENTINEORCHARD seven miles from New Port containing ,, No. >r.I5S.- I "r f. :\i. LAWTON &CO:. .

a small boy. I which now unhappily divide our country, II rapidly recovered her usual health. The young lady Ii 1200 acres Land, 40 or 50.000 boxes cut. only I SEA ISLAND COTTON FACTORS. I

Jam sir and threaten the very existence of the Constitution i does not wish her name mentioned; her residence, worked one year. COM roar ABLE DWELLING Hocsc I IWis.
!
very respectfully, -- --' ---
and the Union. Surely surely, it I however, is 320 Fifth street, and she refers to Mrs. and all REQUISITE OLTBUILDIVQS. For terms applyto I .
scrv'f M. LAWTOX.Joexpu R.
Your obedient I JAMES ORMO D. WAIJCWIISHTLAWTO B5'Z, t
I is time for the South,the entire South and all : Hardi N}. 3 Manhattan place. I New Port. October 4, 1851 40-4t T. DILL, WiNuoa, *' JL s j

W. L. MARCY. t conservative men everywhere, to fraternal J2f Purchasers will be careful to ask for Da. :'-- I ---------- ---- -- .---- Sept. IS, IS:6. 874nnFLORIDA .

This letter also crushes out a statement I and united in the face of the dangers which LAKE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE manufactured? by 825 Reward NOTICEOF .

made by Gen. Call (on the authority of Mr. beset us FUBIISO J3aos.of Pittslurg, Pa. All other Vermifnges j from the premises of the 1I I INST1'ruT.
I am, dear Sir. truly and resp'y., in comparison,are worthless. Dr. M'Lane's ABSCONDED the 10th September a \ W. Y. P EfT ON A. !I. President,' .

.Zollicoffer) in a pamphlet now being circulated I' Your obedient servant, genuine Vermifuge also his Celebrated Liver Pills c slave n"med EMILY. a Malatto aged ablmt Withdrawal of Additional : (ASSISTED BT COMTZTZST Paon o..)

r through the State by hundreds, which D. M. BARRINGER. now be hod at all respectable DrugStores. None twenty-five years, five feet two or ibreo I exercise. of this Institution will I* resumed

statement is aa follows: "All the subordinate To \'z. A. HOUCK, Esq. can genuine without the rignatureof 38 inches Her front high teeth and are weighing somewhat about decayed ISO or UO pounds. LANDS IN FLORIDA.' j o'cloekA.M.1HE \ tha 6th day of October next at V

.employees of the State Department except I FLEMING BROS. The above reward will be paid far ber lodgment in ... It is imporUat that Students entering then sbeald ;4

one are foreign Catholics, appointed in the The New York Herald says, We will Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and Jail, or delivery to the owner. She ia suspected of '. FURTHER in pursuance of the act entitled An I bepresentobth.firstdafufth..ueson... 1

of American citizens." At the time not support John 'A. King for Governor.- by one agent in every town in the South. being in the vincinity of T 1Iba88ee. public hinds in alternate sections, The Coutaufrx PXTAITXOT etnbriwe a foil and i
place COLUMBUS C. KIMG. to the States of Florida and Alabama. tn aid in the I entire course oi:Ancient Lunguages.MaUMsnatics sAd
this statement first appeared it was contra King is the Black Republican candidate in Quincy, October 4, '56 40-4t [Sent. Copy. construction of certain railroads in said StsteV approved I the usual English branches taught -Sovttoa OoO- : '

'- dicted Mr. in the Nashville Union. New York. Bennett doubtless sees that the $20 Reward 17th May, 1856 instructions were communicated i ges. The Labratory k ,supplied with. arw taut j
by Marcy Turpentine Farm for Sale. this office to the land officers NIWTCAXSVTLLE set of with
Dollars to who by at splendid Apparatus Cbsrto.iUpa* .
set in favorof WILLgive Twenty any person
Contradictions of erroneous assertions, however I current is beginning strongly to I will deliver at my house between OiyatriUe, Sale about eleven hundred acres of land to and TAMPA,Florida,on the 6th inst for the The FatTAJUToaT DD.A1TX t will .embrace aR
tbe Democrats and he is more than likely hone.He FOR withdrawal, and suspension from sale or location until the stndiea taught is Hip Schools'tod,AcadrcsMC.
seem to have little weight in these times Lowndes co, Oa, and BMlvflle Fla, a black with a small farm and improvements,and --
to drop in and float with the tide. is heavy bodied, close built, age about seven will be sold at a bargain, inquire of further orders, of the following described lands as Great attention paid to th.' orali and comdoct f
of party exditemenLMK. preparing years. Or ten dollars to any one wbo will give me JOHN H. RHODES or A, P. FULLEY. foiling within the probable limits of selection of the Students. < '
I IYiLL This .would be characteristic of him Ho such information as will enable me to secure him. I Wakulla, Fli! October 4, 18M. 40 Tampa Bay Main Stem railroad in said State to EXPENSES; Of:TERil
.
: think he wag slol-n between Bel villa and Jasper wit: I The Tuitioo Fee for -S. ..
\Venl with the Know until that con : tb.Hig.r BruchM It* 00
\ BccHjLXAJf Wxr&b&iw t-For Nothings Fla Addreaa the.underaigned at Clyatville, Lowndjco. Money! Money Money !! OFFICE AT NEWNANSVILLE.All Forth Common logUs Binei* ...J'..u.*OOOoAtingeut .

;:: a-satisfactory reply to this reiterated interrogatory cern bursted up; then he ramped with the .., Go AUGUSTStcSEUT.. the lands situated south of the body of lands Expenses, .-, -, .. X 00

the piout editor of the Evening Black Republicans, but now, perceiving that October 4, ISSfl. 40-6t WHY BE WITHOUT MONEY ? heretofore withdrawn fur tbe Cedar Key Branch railroad Board can b obtaiaed;ia Lie ettf al m Jerate nl... ift
.
tHat of the line which divides Payable quarterly w advsee. .
; rangetwenty. .
.t fiolletioV tome. dayt past has evediently they, too, are about to be thrashed out, he in JEFFERSON ACADEMYAT WHEN it U just as easy foranyone to be around four and L. o1y.fi'Ve. and north of the line tJitidbg For a Catalti*. or fbtUm raftirt .'adeps>r.D. 4
been n'the anxioai bench.' Again and a pocket foil as not, if they only think 10.I townships nineteen and, twenty. B.Clayton. Assktml, TaBssee1'Od1. -
turn barks down from them. h
n .
again if the question asked, and answer demanded ', I I have get a new article, from which from fire to I August ?,!:. It It' -. -,%'."' -
be made either by male or OFFICE AT TAMPA.All I .
a5ontl.oe1J.o 1'1. twenty dollars a day can '.' ',J-.
U.U be relief to the editor of .
aojr TilE MAINE ELECTION.We ask. attention p-4. female. It is highly respectable business and an article the lands situated vxst of the line dividing I: ::. : ". ..-' .
that journal, we win state that we are anth.tri the from the New York exercise of tbia well known Institution will i which is wanted in every family in tbe United ranges twenty-four and twentv-five, and'north of the HoticeIB : .
or reply,to.h question inthe.arm. to following, THE resumed on MONDAY, October 6th. I'.: Siates. Enclose me two dollars by mail. at my risk line which divides townships thirty Rod thirty-one. hereby given that application wilt sie4tteths

I tV!.. Buchanan does intend to "with Journal of Commerce : W. M. MASON, Principal) Male Department. and I will forward by return mail a Circular, with 'Given under my band.at. General Land Office General Awembry of tbe Stats of FkrWa, at its

draw." Jo obedience to the call of the Am. MAINE ELECTION.-Tbe Black.Republieans ISAAC AULD, Principal Female Department full l instructions in tbe art. The business and i il very easy.will at the-City "Washington, this? awth thy of am 8euioP"k"'IeP'4 "- tS ,
MRS.E.P SMITH. Principal Music Department. Try it, if yon are out of employment, you September. 1858. Town'..f Quincy es- #" cia 1M :
:
ftIaM9.t4
-ericanpeopJ.:: on the 4th daj of March in ] in ecstacies .account of the success I ? r
for to
are on October 4, 1856. 40 never regret it; for it will be better you pay JOHN HOOD, Acting Cvnmis>ioner.. io the direction of&trklyQ. eyezrorid. )857, it in his purpose to of their :candidates in Maine. They __ the above sum and insure a good business than to Sept 17, 185 .. 39 the QoisMT nxt B&br isBafl Bead -'
WitdraQ'Tg hii calm and thin the election Fremont j is twenty.five cents for a ,spurious advertisement. '.
'peaceful! ro.tcat appear to ) no Notice.Da par; Aog. 16. IU$. .1"if'
ill it 1 Try ill Ad __
Thwia humbug. Try Tiy '
no
4W1Ajld- take possession of longer do btfw. But wo advise them' to BURROUGHS will be absent from the city. drew letters to DWiGHT MONROE TALLAHASSEE R. R.OFFICE. l \ l 1 F-

zk Wtii; cl1 e,.*t ashington, In the ca. wait a little. It.i not even certain that Maine bu iness-for a short time, and will resume your New York. September 22,,J 8. f MEDIOJUU, NOTICE.r..F. .

rtrocPidetjt, of tbe United State*.- will give itn rl l ctorml vfa for him.. .But if his professional duties immediately-onhis return. Sept. 271853.; 29-3m THE Tallahassee Railroad Company will offer for .

ttrtt: nlr.! i. J. h .waver- thais it do**,. there is no probability that it,will. October. 4, 1856. -.. tion, their on sntire tJwr 11'stock th of of October;MoU Dtxi at public Anc- Dt& 'h.j,1 r -
AD\JOJMI.o.I'le .
: aft b *JD-contecnP4tioD.: Is,the affect the .general result. In one way at Notice.TiHlS .Notice.URING ,. ." Mules-about 40 in number-are ,ebOice ..a4.Iq1t. 'UAYJ1c! \
WUAtr<.'. 'imtUfied, or-d H he retirtir.in. l least,'this little.flurry ,will!! help.Buchanan.ItjyjL'shqw'tho .- exercises of tb'tf Florida Institute" will be ro- mjr absence from'tbe State !I. D'. Fary most of them jrooog;havioj been puichased about. K 'T1CU&o'tbe r' ..

p.&t1ha.. ,. q H1Cn. (tf1till.-nm. ..er_!.- Paz..-. |!: Souththat the real context isJlvrfifMtn 'oa the first Monday in October.. i U'tcy duly authorised'agent; J.; H. BU .,L. mOot since, Term Cash. flft. ". .. .
*. :.. 'r, ht'lJf'r.m ; mill Frcmongpncl' 'ihcrr- Qctobrr.,,185G. 4). Sep. 13, 1,6.? 37 3'ept. i. 1S&(, ?J-W. TLlsaec I A5i.ut.!: 2 IlK't.ri

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,. PROCL.UU.TIOlf.I: : I NEW CO'' ODS.; TO THE PUBLIC. .I J Important JTr ir- T. to Housekeeper, jA WA Dr._ CRLE&RAtBDVERMIFUGE:MoIiAlf.


t I DO CERTIFY that in-the year 1884.1 visited FARMERS AND FRUIT>GROWERS.Arthur's .
PRATO'fHOUS. Dr. Mosetey'a Infirmary at Griffin 0*, fer the, i :
; NEW PORT FLA.TTAVDTG .
JOHN purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing I -0 '
OAKCXK of the nose and eye. My nose was I pnreha d"be lutmsi of Mr.T
t' "\JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nn Election MERCHANT TAIL I1,' all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor, besides Patent .AirTightCAlf9.fe JLJ. .RU:1II(of tbe lt firm of RIOIAUWOK o.A
_" for Electors ef Prosideot and Viee President Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and a Very deep ulceration on my .cheek and about my i iele. prnerving Fretk Fntitt and Tom* ,) we tender to r'friends and the public .

*, '.;' the United States will be held at the usial pre- I am bappyaoojroud to say that Dr.Mosely i Ffcnftr U.". This article 1 extensively our services in the St Buying.Selling,Remn. fthe beat ..
t. "-.}(' in the several Ooonties this Stateon TUESDAY Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods( did relieve been for my having to i 1 in the East and Northern Stt last season and Forwarding of Cott and Mereliandtzt. t P..u.etJ. f

t the 4th day of November proximo, returns ---4SPRING ---- expose myself to very extreme cold, bad weather, I I D introduced to the citizens Tal1e&i To our mo. and patrons we return our sincere

q -irrpof u be made in the manner and time prescribed IF jMI! 'OMt\Imlrn: do believe that I would have had no return of the I surrounding country by the undersigned .now thanks, heretofore extended us. an They are not recommended

.y Ia;'. The number of Electors to be chosen is disease. I visited the Doctor a second time and he the exclusive] right to manufacture in this vincinrty fo hope, by o attention to their interests, in *
.. .hree. AND SUMMER relieved me again; and so far as the various reports the coming season. It is only ncxssary to call 1 and a continuance of the same. Universal
In testimony whereof, I baTe hereunto set my OLOTHSAND CASSIMERES. about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, these article and the recommendations of met. FLETCHER WHITAKER. a
4 S hand, and caused to be affixed the Seal of the they are positively fawe. As regards Dr. Moseley'sskill exami persons who bare used them to be convinced that K BAILI July Jt. 1866. Cure-alls but simply for
1E3M: .]State of Florida. Done at the Capitol, io the I AM now receiving an extensive assortment of in the Treatment of Cancer, I know of no Phy. they are the moat simple and economical article Po Fa ,

City of Tallfbaseee, this 30th day of August, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting!, Drap d'Ete, White sician in the world that I would sooner rely on than for the purpose bt evr offered to the public. They cnn Q7" Haling disposed of my interest in the laic what their name
A. D.1856. JAMES E. BROOME. Brown and Fancy Uaens WhIte Rod 'Figured Marseilles him. As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN is equalto be oaodbj the mot unskilful person, without the fir of Richardson A Wbitaker, to Messrs. Baillie AWhitaker pur-
Governor of Florida.Bv all of which I am prepared to make up on any io the Southern Stat.; and I am bappy to, I slightest risk! of failure. ,would tender my thanks t ,ud
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my.fn.
the Governor. Attest- sjjort notice in the most' fashionable styles and on reasonable say that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and. -LwPurchasers are supplied wit a circular containing patrons for their former kMI c recommend ports.The

F. L. Vjujcnsc terms. Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable fo putting up fruits to their favour support my successorsin VERMIFUGE
Secretary of Florida. ... ALSOA Cancer, to visit the DOCTOR as noon as possible and and tomatoes in those Cans, placing the whole process business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON.July I ; for

Aug. SO, 1886. S5 have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the every housekeeper.A 26, 1856. 30THOMAS
*** All the papers in the State cory until day of LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Rome, August 80th, 1855. large supply oi these Cans will be constantly kept expelling Worms from

election, and send bills to Comptroller s office I READY-MADE CLOTHING, ty Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply !! I

Consisting in part of Cashmerette Frock and Sa k, preseuce. THOMAS PERRY, Post Master. apply immediately, os the fruit season ?s near at band. WHITE; the human system has

I. Fancy Colored Frock and Suck, Drap d'Ete Frock, Rome, August 30th, 1855. All Cans sold are- by the undersigned and warranted i I I
BOSTON JR. mae TV and
) Sack and Business, Alpacca Sack and Business, White safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. 1VJL MANUFACTURER Copper Sheet Iron ;I also been .administeredwith
Ware, and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fan-
< .. p I i Brown and Fancy Linen Coats. Black D Tin Wares taken
pleasure in tbe citizens!
This Celebrated Racer Summer Cassimere Pants White and Fancy Linen THIS is to certify that Col. 'S. H. Harris, of Craw -- ----- ------- cy Tallahassee and the informing that be is i the most satisfactory
surroundingcount.ry
I Pants. White and Fancy Marseilles Vests, Fancy and ford county, eameto me in the year 1851,with a Can- Piano Fortes. now prepared to wait all that wish to 1I
Plain Silk Vests,Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Undershirts, cer on his chin, of fourteen years standing,the chin- in his line of business.!o He also tenders 1m patronizehim thanks results to various animals
t-r\ ADsi I Drawers, Gloves, Hosiery.! Ac. bone and saliva glands had all become much arc prepared to furnish Piano I
very to his friends and the for the
!!Zi: .WE public generally very
: I JOHN PRAETORIUS. Fortes, of the best quality,
diseased,and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris very liberal patronage with which be has heretofore been subject to Worms.
FINE STALLIOX I April 19, 1866. 16 _ had been under the treatment of many eminent upon the most liberal terms. favored, and he that continuation of the same :
I I and them was the great Dr. Shepard They are second to none in any country either as hos : I The
physicians among LIVER
for
will be .
Stables miles South
,TILL "tmd.t\ my two -ea! !I of Oha-leston! and also, the celebrated Dr. Mar to or
T of Qtiincy. on the read to Tallahassee, the ensuing quality price. He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all
I shall, of Macon, who treated his case twice without Every Instrument will be warranted. of Ware usually in establishment the of LIVER
Season. r tion For Sale. kept an of his cure COM-
removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar. MILES NASH &: CO. sr of business. A full assortment of Iron ;

BOSTON., I IF not previously disposed of, will be sold, on the shall, as be informed me, the third time, and he refused February 23, 18:6. 8Qinine. Sheet Load; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Sheet all BILIOUS DE-

Was sired by the famous Racer Boston, by Timl.i i, first Tuesday in DECEMdtiR next, at the CourtHouse to do anything more for him. Soon after that time and a great many other articles too numerous Pump! PLAINT, t

tnn, bJ Arcby; his dam Sarah Clifford by imported I. door in the city of Tallahassee! Twenty-two Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I tion. I
Zioganee; Grand dam by imported Margrave. He is Hundred and Four Acres of best quality OAK and I bad made, and visited me at Griffin, as a last resort.I TO BUILDERS.Tin 1 RANGEMENTS, SICK HEADACHE -

& Mahngony Bay, about fifteen hands high, well I HICKORY LAND, bebnging, to the estate of Dr. commenced treating his! case, and in six weeks the JUST rtived CE ,
formed, and finely muscled and was raised by James I Whitebead. This is one of the best Cotton Plantations Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly healed. Brand, tether with a great variety Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conductn I &C.Purchasers.
Ac all of which he
Long...he owner of Boston. In abort is such a Horse in Middle Florida; about one-half cleared and This case was seen and witnessed by more than five of pure Chemicals. d LIVELY. Pipes promises to do mot.
I under fence the remainder in woods.!! hundred I have the Cancer now in April i 5, 1856. U work-man-likc manner and style l and of the best ma i will
n, is seldom offered to breeders of fine stock in thissection persona. my possession ___ .__ terial shortest notice please
of i The improvements cons st of a comfortable] Dwell ,and can see it b calling at my office on ana most reasonable terma
coonBOSTON any person }
', Ja ry., run the fastest Two Mile'Race, I ing anti all necessary! out buildings! ; a good Overse in in Gnffin. This case was witnessed by Olive Oil.A Having been engaged for the last eight yean in I be particular to ask for .
over run over CoL Thompson's trak in Maryland.He .- ere' house, Gin House, Sc ew, Stables, Corn housed, THOMAS JONES, of Urift I%. SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re business at this place be thinks it nnnecetar to recommend
I' and cabins!, all framed buildings, and in J. D. MARTIN ceived by AMES LIVELY. himself any further to !
Dr. ,
stood 1 two seasons! in Virginia, and all his Colts] twen'y negro .. d I a Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -
were large and! active. good repair. .4 K W. WILSON, Apnl 5. 2866._14_ his capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same time he

TERMS:- $10 for the Season, $15:) insured, tbe Persons wishing! to exaini Ie this Plantation are referred F. CRENSHAW, lures all that favor him with a call, good work ami VERMIFUGE and
to Mr. Richard Saun hers, on the place. For that and others, of this Flower Jars. cheap prices.Having I
_, Money, iu cither case to be demanded "should, the I d() certify, myself, many
Mare be traded, sold, or otherwise disposed of. 50> I terms. &:c., address the subscriber at Berzelia, Columbia place, were eye witnesses to the above stated case LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various! Size removed from the old stand formerly! knownas LIVER PILLS
'I county Ga. Mr. Harris left well. A A Slusser, he will b found at his stand corner prepared by
Cfnts. in each case to the Groom. and that perfectly ', Just received, and for sale by :
JOHNB WHITEHEAD A. H. HATTON. I of 200 foot street, he will be glad to wnit
For further information apply to the subscriber. AMESLIVELY.
IL H. BROWN. August 2, 1656. tds-31 Executor, Ac, Griffin, May, 14, 1862. I April 5, 185 14 on all his friends. THOMAS WHIT i G.

Quincy Fla, August 30. 1S5C. 35-3m i Dec. 1,1855. 48NEW .,"<" @ .\b.
In ike Circu Court of Jefferson County, ----- \t'1 1
.. ----- -. To the Afflicted {of :.ll ('oud Il1ou8. Hides Wanted; fl

: Lost. i Margaret Ann ear, 1 In Chancery, I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha fCOfifi BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the GOODS. I SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh -,

I ION I f Cancer on lip, which caused me pain in tUUvhighest price will be rid. Also Deer ,
inst.. black Poc !i S.Anuear. ) Bill for divorce. my upper TOWLE & MYERS8ARE
the 18th George
Thursday a morocco
1 describable. After trying the !skill of all the most and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON Pa. and take .
ket Book, containing two ten dollars Gold] pieces, i I TT appearing to the Court, upon satisfactory proof. eminent Physicians that I could hear of, and that Tallahassee, September 29, 1855. 39 now receiving by recent no ;

Mie two dollar bill (bank not recollected.) and one I l I JL that the defendant in the above stated case re without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, and, as from New York,afash. other there various .1
remembered as
note fin Burk amount not payable sides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,so that I thought, with death staring me m the f ice. But fortunately A B CLARKE ad '\\"el selected stock of are
William The finder will confer a ,
to Spence. | the ordinary process! cannot be served upon him. It for me, I heard of Dr. W. R. Moseley'0 great Jewelry I other j jI
,
favor and be liberally rewarded by returning thesame :j: ia ordered that said: cause! be set for hearing on the success in the treatment of this disease, and as a last MERCHANT TAILOR, I preparations now '1 1I
JAMES S. RUST. gold hunting levers, ladies
to me. i second Monday iu November next, and that !said defendant resort, I placed myself under his treatment, and in one DEALER READY I
j i l MADE CLOTHING ADGETLEMEX'S levers, silver lever
20.1856. 3S I : gold bunting, anchor, and before the
September II I!I: do appear and plead] answer, or demur by month from the time he commened, I was perfectly FURNISHING GOODS. quartier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic,Coral and lepine gold I publc, .pur-j
i!. that time otherwise, !said cause will be tried on the sound, and have been so ever since. bosom and al
Wood Ware &c. i: facts! charged in said Bill. Provided, That a copy of I ELIZABETH JINKS. NOW receiving at the well known old stand for- pins erring necklaces, gold awl crosses I porting to Vermifugeand
I for hair and I l lI
JUST RECEIVED, PER REMINGTON" !i: this order be published in some newspaper at Tallahassee I Butts County, Ga, May 27, 1846. occupied by Clark t Stiman. a general bmjiu. hair bracelets dagerreo
: a large
for the of three months next before said assortment of Ready Clothing Furnish rl ; U Liver Pills. All
space Superior fine
From NelL York : ruby,pearl.and met, I
i second Done and Chambers this12th I ing Goods, com diaond g ony aoe
i MouJny. passed: at !, Horrible Case of Cancer Cnrcd, I Vestings &c cornelian x
Tuba. Shaker Brooms!!, I I860. posel! in part of the following articles: finer ; gentlemen's diamond ; others in
1
CEDAR "-ire" July I BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. I Fine Dress Frock Coats. sleeve plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a I' comparisonwith
J. WAYLES BAKER
IIooped.' Cotton Lines, j Judge. I :I do certify that I was for many years bodily afflicted I, Back and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and great variety of studs, fine gold vest, fob and gurdchains.
19, 1S56. 29-3m I
July Dr. McLANE's
Flour PitHs, Cotton Rope, !,: ---- with Cancer on my Lip apd Chin I tried all the I Business Coats, seals, keys, gold and siver pen and pencil ca- I are
% Wash Boards! Blacking. NErW-BOOKS.: i iI remedies I coul 1 hear of,but found no relief. I finally I 11 Fancy Cassimere do. do. do seR, aid gold, and steel spectacles, gold and silver -
I worthless.
Forsnleby R. H. BERRY. heard of Dr. W. R. Motley's] great success in the Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, I thimbles. I: r r

Sep. 13, 1856. 37 [Snt.epv. 1 I JUST RECEIVED per R. H. Gamble, an assort! treatment of Cancer affections, and vuited him at I Black Doeskin Pants. I Fine Cutlery and Gnus. I

of new publications, comprising Novels!, Griffin, and in the course of six weeks he had the Can- Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pants, i Dinner and breakfast knives without furk% knives ; The GENUINE McLanc'sVerniifuge
Tales. Travels, tc.: all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted
cer "
Black and Fancy Silk Vest, and forks in sett, and steel
fine
Notice. : United aud have their health carvers single pock ;
States visit
Miss Murray's with the disease, to him Velvet and Liver
I Fancy do. et cutlery, shears, scissors aud double
A LL persons interested are hereby notified that the The Complete Works of Webster and Calboun, restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, tbe most do. Cass. do. Cashmeres, I! barrelled laminatedsteei and stab razor twist; fire ,
administrators of tbe of Lov. I A Child's History of the United States!, skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. White Marsailles I guns common Pills be had
estate
Junaenigued I do. D.B guns, shot pouches of various patterns, fine and can now at
ick Green deceased, will totbe Hon.J. Simm's Ewtaw, Cherokee Co.. Ga. EMANUEL DOMINGAS.
apply ALSOA
Wayles! --- common powder cleaning and
BAker. Judge of the Circuit Court cf the Middle Circuit i The Bush Boy, REFE1tEscE8-Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin, Ga.; Dr. J. fine assortment of Shirts Collar, Cravats,Black, wad, wad fk, materials ro, EJIs cops*. ; all respectable
cutns | Drug
of Florida, in tbe city Tallahassee,on Saturdaytbe James"Old Dominion. Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, Texas! ; Greer Bishop, White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting Silver and Plated Wore. .

25tb day of October next for authority to sell! tho The Foragers, Griffin, Ga.Scirrhus. Cotton and Merino Jean!!, Stores.
following real estate, situated in Leon county, State of Buhver and Dickens in paper complete, -. Stock. Fancy, Cotton, Under-ehir i Silver table, desert and tea SpD.silver forks, soup '

Florida, to-wit: three hundred and twenty acrt-s of- 44 Learning, to talk" and "Learning to think," Breast can be Cured. Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, all I and c a ladles, batter knives, plated FLEMING BRO'S

land, more or less, in Section 16, Township 1, Itanze: | Rogers' Table Talk, LET THE PUBLIC READ I IIN of which are offered to the public] on reasonable terms I forks and sp waiters, castors, cake and fruit bl ,

3,South and West embracing the late residence of j Ernest Linwood. to the afflicted and gratitude nnd high and warranted as good aa offered in this MarkeCaB :.- I kets, tea sets and communion 60 WOOD ST., Pl'BVRGB PA.
t' .* Giveus .\ call. McDOUGALL the said Lovick Green: and also one Land Warrant. I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeonand and examine. I .
:
- No. 18, 765, for 160 acres of land, tbe property of i j I August 2. 1656. JU -- ___ i I opinion 1'hyfcician, I deem it my duty tomention the case I November 10, 1866. 45 ; flower Ilt-elart boquet holders, card and 8e Proprietors.SCOVIUMEAD
Alcey Green and Joseph! J. L Green (a minor) heirs j I --- -- ------ baskets, ,'arc ,
,.. I Tax-collector's- ; of my wife, hoping at the witne time that nil persons !
'of the said Lovick Green. j I Sale. similarly afflicted may bo benefited by it. In the A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. MltlccllancoisArtlclcs.Ladies ; No. 111. Charters St. New Orleans,

ALCEY GREEN. Admt'x. : ILL be sold before the Court House door in tie | first part of this year, my wife had several sinai)lumps I RESIDENT OFFICE,TALL A HASSE, FLA. icticnles, !satchel, wori boxes, pearl.Berlin General Wholesale agent for the Southern State., to
JOHN DUGGAR, Adm'r.Hy j i T Town of Monticello, on the 3d day of November to make their appearance in ber breast; they continued iron, and morocco port ., pearl card case,coral whom all orders must b adr
WAUXB. A WWTXS, their Attorney. i I next. the following land to wit: the E A of S E I to increase in size, until the whole breast becamea I'' Important Improvement in Artistic r beads, coral necklace and armlets! ,jet br"elet : Sol by Ames A X B Jr. Miles 1

Sep. 20,'56. 38-5 j i J, Section 8, Town-hip 1. Range 3. N and E. Levied I' diseased mass, and very painful. I procured the Dentistry, I I necklaces, and bosom pine napkin rin",hair* tooth ; A Co.Tallahassee, P1 .; s 1 Davisoo.

i upon as the property of Richard C. Pariah, aud sold :i Wet medical aid in tbe city of Rome, and notwitli- BY which the face is restored t it original contour, brushes,hat rt'viftt shell, rubber and Quincy; Gardner & Mills, Newport; Carter
DR. R. N. GARDNER, I i I to satisfy the State and County Taxes ': sUuiling the earnest and fjithful attention of the most and with it of the supplied so as : ivory combs, china and wax dolls, razor and A C. Waukeenah; Mosely & Pope. ; ;

his professional services to the citizens ;. JAMES D. MORRIS I skilful physicians, she continued to grow worse and to elude the.O of thiS improvement may I money bclt cigar cases, feather dusters strop and r Bro.Moti l1o. S.Puleslen, Moticel; [

OFFERS ville and surrounding country. Office 1'I Tax Assessor and Collector I worse, until they gave the case up as incurable, and be seen; also! temporary stts inserted O I door glass and china vaes pllor baa W. Rogers& Co.Cbattaboochee: ; Baltzell \0

at Oentrevillc.Sej : for Jefferson County. advised amputation. I was advised by many of my Gntta Purchn .I kets, terra cotta vases and }pitchers, perfume bottles, on, Mananna; Nicholson & Zijler. Bainbridge,Ga;
20. 1856. S8 .I Aug. 16, 185fl. 33 friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, Ga, jewei cases, centre suspension and side lampshades I. D. H. Dickinson, Baiubridge; E Sei., Tmunl., t
-- which I did, and, astonishing as it may seem, he had In a few hur 8 that persons having teeth removed chimneys and wicks,violins and 13mp Ga. J

Fresh Arrival [ 500 Boxes Mnllins Tobacco her entirely evrfd within one month and the it now can a complete] substitute immediately. bnjo tambourines, accordeons, clrioQets flutes and February: 23, 1856. 8-ly
Children's teeth extracted, and advice to
in good health !! I would advise all who are afflicted ghen parentsin fife guitar and violin strings, cologne and other ;
'TVD the months to the and of the Blacksinithing.
beieceivedduring of treatment
:
FROM NEW YORK PER REMINGTON:* September I with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, to visit! the regard management perfumery, and a general asortroent of Toyl '
JL and October next, 4 500 Boxes of Mullin's teeth All warranted to suit the
or as. Doctor without delay] aa I am satisfied by .rati operations mot Watches repaired and in the : HHE lave formed t
BAGS Rio and Java Cofoe, I experience andjewelt. promptly Uoenige
; forted Tobacco. At ]lees than be fasti in the
a price towns .
45 can purchased! Wi practice principal for the
and observation that lie is tbe most skillful physician best a per-
25 Boxes i
Soap in New York or any other Northern market. Many in the Southern States,in the treatment of that horrible I throughout References: the Faculty of I October 20, 1855 42 cf carrying o the BId- \r ,
5 Starch, ;
: have tried it seasons before and expressed themselves 'I dleaae-Cancer. the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who I pe in all its various bH 1
4 Assorted Candy I: satisfied (If the fact let others do the same. To the he is daily operating for. to P1

2 2"Bbls. CiJer White Vinegar Wine Vinegar, : trade particularly I refer. Time given on Lots. ; WILLIAM M. E. MITCHELL MITCHELL, I Apti26,1856. 17Executor's Insolvent Estate Notice.State I nd Axles given of Car k.an Vebile Wor T
I
D. LADD. -
6) Crue'.ed Sugar, Daughter of J. W. Bradbwy, Rome, Oa. ------ of Forida) i shop is convenient to the Stbl. .B
5 1856. 27 I Notice.
NcwportJuly ,
I } kaw, and special attention given -
2" Pulverized i -- Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854.cA.ELD. County ofLeoo4it J brai.Farin .

2 Stewarts Syrup, I,H Livery and Sale Stable.:-' j I I SIX months vouchers after In date the,lion.we will Judge present of onreunt for LL persona Having claims against the Estate of I: implement of every P. II. BROKAW.
Boxes :Maccaroni t Prbate
5; A :: : Li William Jinkins, late of Leon deceased I
county, H. B. FITTS.
,.
the said County of Gadsden.! fir final settlement, and I
6 Y Vermacilli : 'TH| unjer"ibrbedgiVesoo. : ALL J persons tljat are desirous of availing tbem- I apply to be discharged,from the of Oscar are hereby notified to present the same to the Judgeof I Jan. 12. 1856. 2-ly
10 Baskets Heidsick CLampainge, ;:. lice, that be has pur- selves of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at executorship I. Probate, of Loon County at his office in Tallahassee .-i -

8 Casks Ale and Porter, i.1 -- chased the Livery Stable of_ _- -_ _- : his! INFIRMARY,BROADWAY,GRIFFIN,GEOR Ffllyaw deceased. I on or before the first Monday in December next, t Notce.
1 Pot-Ash, j William H. Newsom,in OWEN L. 4 JAMES A. FILLY AW, Exor.s. I
Tallahassee, together with tbe GIA. for payment idminiilra-
months after ,
'I ,
2 Bbls. Peach Brand" l'I good will of the establishment, and that) he is now I Patients boarded at $1 per day, or $16 per month. April 12, 1856. UmAdmnstrator's- prmta.'I'I' SIX of the Estate of R, E.Gibson, will

2 Apple prepared to carryon the business in all its branebe, FEES, in all cases, to be agreed upon before under. Judge of Probate. I her accounts and vouchers to the Bo eaud

10 'M. Beet Spanish: Segars. I I and promises tbe public with good accommodations taken. No case will be received into this establishment Notice. May 24, 18f8. 21 I of present Probate, Gadsden County,for final Jo

For sal s by [R. H. BERRY. in his line on reasonable term unless it is believed on examination,that it can NOTICE hereby giventhat the undersigned will, and will apply C to be discharged from the adminiitrs..
Sep. 13. '56. 37 [Sent copy. ;I RICHARD SAUNDERS.N. be cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will expiration of six months file hid voue'tr Notice.S I torship of said estate.

B James T. Herring is my duly authorized invariably be charged $5, for examiniation and adv.ce. and anply for a final discharge from the admint FLORIDA A.F. GIBSON, Admfx.

Notice. agent, and has entire control of the business, reprcseuting All letter, to entitle them to notice, must! enclose tion of the estate of Nathen Holt, x months after date I will present my accounts I April 26.18S6. 16m

me as fully aa if I was personally present a"stamp" for the payment of postage, and be directed PATRICK SMITH, Admt'r. and vouchers as Admimistrator, on the estate of i
ALL pcreons having demands against the estate of RICHARD SAUNDERS. to W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. May3, 1856. 18 Hugh O. the Hon. K C. Love, Judge of I GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.

lviJ W'K>lf. late Jefferson couuty.deceased Sep.6,1856. 36 Griffin, Georgia. -- Probate, McL Oadlen County, for a final settlement, I
will take that mutt them to tbe -
notice they present .
February 23, 1856. ly-8 for Sale. and apply] therefrom.ALEXANDER
authenticated within tbe time Tow DR. T. J. CUR LEE
undersigned duly prescribe A: Plantation for Sale.ftTHE E. GREGORY, Admt'r.
by law. or this notice will be plead in bar of MILES NASH & CO. THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow July 2S, 1856. 28-6m Practieiig Dentist
their recovery; and all persons indebted to said estateare : undersigned will sell at private sale,a described property, known as! the J ra viI Lots, ,

hereby notified to make immediate payment to desirable plantation, ten miles North Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. viz, : Lot NOB. 8, 25, 27, 30,48,140,141. 142, 143, In Iio7 Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. I IN THOMASVILLE, GA and MOl"ICE'
the undersigned. WM. H. ANDREWS, East Tallahassee, containing four Hundred acres of received from New York per bark R.H. Oam- 144, 227. 285. 239.240, 241, 242. 243, 244. 245. I and MADISON. FL.
Sh'ff.and Admr't ex officio. excellent Oak and Hickory,and pine land; One hun- JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, 248,246,250,252,263,26,25,257,258, 268, all Rufus S. Herring, 1 Attachment for (90 1 -100 adjacent any number of Artifi-

Monticello, Sept. 27, 18M. S9-8w dred and fifty of which is under cultivation. such as Oils of almost! every kind, Burning Fluid, original plan city ofTal1baee. vs. V amount of Debt sworn to- ,i.l cuote, frm to a FULL sett, O the latest
William G. Gaskins. Bond for
There are on the premises a comfortable dwelling White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of -ALSO- ) $181. improved principle, giving them that butfu life
house, and necess3'Y.out houses, with a new gin best Brushes THE Defendant and all others intereted are here- which
Putty, Potash Soda like
; Notice quality Sparkling I appearance approaches
I bouse and screw. First rate well water and good Gelatin,London Mustang French Brandy (very best,) Lots Nos. 1,2,3,4, *, 6, 7, in S.Couuly qr.A :notified of the institution! of the above enti as to challenge detection by the closest observer.1

persons having demands against the estate <>f .. health enjoyed on the place. For terms of sale ap. for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup L I o- ted by attchmet and are hereby required to Persons needing Dent O their NATU

ALL Cha,on, lafe of Liberty county, Fieri')*, ply to the subscribed, residing on the premises. Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, Lots NeB.. 12, 13, 16, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 appear and the declaration filed in the ease RAL Teeth, and opt them,can b
deceased, are hereby notified to present them duly DANIEL L. HOUCK. to, kc., and! a general assortment of Popular Patent 6S,in the South i County quarter. within three mont from this date, as required by applyinlJ baT. them done at

authenticated to the administratrix within tbe time May U. 186& 21D Medicines. We keep none but the very beet and The above described property formerly belonged law. WALKER, )l Att*.*for PUt found to b MUCH tfolwp

prescribed by law or this notice will be plead in bar hope to merit your to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, D. W. GWYNN, f been offered in this section of country bkp.to-wit:
against them; and i all persons indebted to the said If sol!it ion of Co-Partnership. patronage.MILES NASH, & CO. which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, July 19, 1856. 29-3m For filling teeth with Gold Foil, SI 00. It 0

estate will please mAke immediate payment partnership heretofore existing between John March 29, 1856. 18 Attorney at Law, Tallahassee.CHARLES. and$260'raryingaeeordingto sis.ofesvity
CHASON Admt'x. THE and Robert P. MANNING.Until Wines, Syrups, &c. amount material teeth
ELIZABETH Brooms Heir in the weighing, storage --- u Er ,i canoe
: &pt 7,1856. 39 and selling cotton business, is this day dissolved Corn and Cob Crusher. Bold, the above property will be for rent OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, I only 60 cents-oat
by mutual n'BROOME & HEm.August A. PERRY AMAKER. Port, Old Port Juice, t His rucx for a full upper or lower s.U oftieth oarian.
/-1 RANGER'S Corn and Cob Crasher. I 16 1856. 7-tf with CONTINUOUS )!
: Notice.MIS3 14, 1856. 33 patent February,) Madeir Brandy Chen ie ( OUKSlo.i
I VJT have taken the Agency for tbe sale of these su Sherry, Sardines, I only $6 per tooth, and perfect atft
C.SMITH will reopen ber School on Mon perior Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in Cod Liver Oil. Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, in every mtne pt
the 6th October next. Her terms are New CoPartnership.ROBERT the Country. A stock of these Crushers, will be on Extracts, Pears, Those desiring his portion of tie
4 PURE of the celebrated "Branda" Flavoring i I any
He
stn
twelve dollars per session of five month. Tbe firstS HEIR AND JOHN P. COLES have this hand early this coming Fall Prices wry low, considering FRESH Clark & Co. & Rusbton's. Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, I above named counties, any section of country
,
session will commence tbe first day of October, sod a co-partnership in the business of great saving in feed. $45 $66 $65 each For sale AMES LIVELY Spanish Olives, cn upon application by letter to either o/ t'ab.naD
end the last of February; the second commences in for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. by Post Offices otherwisereossv.
Corn
weighing, storage, and selling cotton,and also to make 1856. 14 Starch, Pickles.Worcestershire ,or prompt 1
March and ends the last of Scholars will be Aprils, .
July. For further particulars,call and examine for yourselvesso
their .
liberal advances: on cotton sent to care. I Bsuee, Salad Oil, tt ,
dnrged frmu the time they enter School, until the HEIR &: COLES. i. soon as a stock for a sample arrives. English Mustard, Capers, -
end of the eession during which they enter. No deductions Angntt 14. 1856. 33Administrator's D. LADD.Newport Notice.NOTICE Claret, Cocoa, .ZIZ&Z.OZ':

made rxeept for protracted illness. : July 5, 185f1. 27 is hereby given that application will be AMES LIVELY. JUDGE Cu.1 Georgia.

Sept. 111856. 87 I Notice. to the General Assembly of Ford at January 5, 1858. I Hojr.J. 1 8 )
Administrators Notice. its next Session, for a charter for a Rail JUDOK l 5 Tbmanm.Ga
e .Notice, to the Stockholders of the SIX months after date, I will of exhibit Probate my of accounts Monticelio Fla, to the Georgia line in the direction ofThomasyille Bonnets, Bonnets J.S, Wunr, :ESQ. )
vouchers to the (hds-
Judge
months! after date I shall accounts Ga. To called the Monticello and W. Dnwoan.
present my T ADIES colored straw 8
k Pen. & Geo. R. R. Co. den county.at administrator, in 'right of my wife, of I SIX vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for Tbomaaville Rail-Road b company. JLJ Ladies colored straw Bet > C. F Escu. E. [

tbe estate of John Ingram late of said county de.. Leon as the administrator of the estate of R. August 2, 1856. 31 44 plaia" Bnet Messrs J.BD J f Mootkella,FU.
I ceased, and fur a final settlement and discharge Countl'
apply S. deceased, and asx for a final discharge black CoL K E. Bu.
: ---aQ I from the administration LEWIS D.of JONES said estate., Adm'r. I from said administration. In Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. white satin and silk January IX, 1858. t

'J. Omac or TUB' Par.& Gto. R. R. Co. ) : In right of his wife. 26 "1859.THOMAS 806mExecutor's HAYWARD, Adin'r.July Herring Quinn, )) Attachment for $268 61.10 bllck"4 (extra size) K .
4. t 87-6m vs. amount of Debt sworn to- Children Misses straw .&mo_ *,
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TalUbassee, Sept 8th, 1856. j jNOTICE f 8'1 pt 13. 186f1. a L"e1Y
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E.R. Willay. and J j Bond for $587 22 000. Rat
TALLAHASSEE
-,. I ; : is beraVy given that an bsUlment! of J 0 I Valuable Plantation for Notice. William E. Wiey, For sale by DA 0. WILStMC. FLRI
; called ia tb. '
bun
OD subscriptionto U
:. t.btr Capital Stock ot ibe Peosaeola,'and Georgia NOTICE is hereby given to aU persons holding THE Defendant and all others interested, are here October IS, 1855. .. 41 Wholesale and a.t Deafen

RaQroeid Company,payable at the OSfee of tbe Company l, Sale* or demd against rtbe estate of New- ntfe of the iot.itat of tbe above enti & Upright Saws. DRUGS A IIOl1
;on the ftrrt dy of October next milE Plantation known. Cotton Land, belonging nan Girlt den county, deceased, to tle suit hereby required to Cioua

.f .., F.H.FLAOO. Sec'y. and Trea 1. toheeteoftbelsteJ'bnW.Cotten.aitoatedten present 1 legally authenticated within tie tim appear and plead to the declaration fle ewe HOE .and Welch A Griffith Circular Saws Pe! Wmdows Glass,Fats,

,...... &pt.1*. 1851., .174. mile North East Tallahassee, j is for sale. The eb by law, or this notice wi be nlead l against ,within three months from this date, .required by 4 46, 4and52iocb sues, O hand and l Oils, Vanuh, MaM&etand Tobacco, -
tract eootaios'100 sere of first rate land, 1000 of tbe recovery. E law. G. K. WALKER, t ale D. LADD Glass Pu
r the SHEPARD.E' D W. GWYNN Cr P. New Port, NOT.$,1885. 44 and PtUIe
: wbieb is dewed. Ot premises are oegroecabios f Att11 Fine .
ryTat: -Collector's Sale. gin booM and screw, and otherososl ,plantation Jane 21, 1856. 28 Jill, II, 1856. 2 -*m BP .Tt ,P, iUdJciaal 1, .

*TT7JLL be*M Ufm-UM o.JUJ1l1011H door b the improvements, all in food repair. 'There is an abundance Burning Fluid Paint 'FaneylrtieUa,_
Circular Saw Agency. Most Approved Corn Mill IB
B
the Tor terms of sale
of good water on plate. Ml
VV T"waofMonUe.lloon the first Monday inJsyuczttb.MlowIniI.andtoyitThsSE4. ls. Gard Ffee. Btfsn.
or other iitfurmatioa apply Ie the subscriber in Tallahassee. undersigned has agency for tbe sale of the most OF a superior Quality, Just received and ln. They hare meeotiy a 'm+ r't' *
TBE 10009 ry
.fth.LES.ctioU.T0vDIhip1, Range N and : F.R GOTTEN, ExtV. H.rk., Improved Circular Raw Mil," t sale aprTe t Subscriber. T by AMES A-LI npply of every nf' Xdrnggwta

; :EL Ltried **1fa&flftj f-EH bJWTalker, Aug. SO. 18M. 85_ consisting the tilts fer 42, 48 and 52 or ; Mitts have been (o Ime' D through r May 81,1858. I ,. Planters and Fbystdaat.b

ace! sold to satisfy IbstStAWand: County Taxes.P .- FRESH GARDEN ,SEEDS. Saws. are decidedly the best io vie, glen and lower part of Georgia, and ip.r.ct: 1 STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS it t utabl1ifIB supply rf rrmtiinj, ,.M*
tL- ;:AJMa.tM.au ''''&4time, the E} of S E 4 of buiDluer Improvements om the Page"or any {if( gDi wl e.o bushels and the naAlso. th-rnest: & -.
I :'.N and E, lerfcd np.110RIUS GBCtfTTH OF '181 f.BUTA use. T. cost is about $80$850, it .. the ordinary gin power ap 'AT KBWPOXT. d.n froea t"I.I .'

_... to. Btfft, Flat Turnip, -Oabbagr Beets, &0 and $460 (o various ,according t ple t it. The maker zisbesabandtoputltvpj I 'PHIS undersigned still carries O the aborttasaea tee tssr'nise&ith: rear hethts
cae .
: I 'ft-.E 'ii4 '. received, Ie. For- farther particulars apply & corn warranted to give perfect .s&actlc.. JL !J.all Its bawbee. BoiUJagi ..1 ee.totdeepatehlDgvagoos. ,. .
: AMES l LIVELY. D : LADD. Call and examine then at D.LADDT3. TBprwMrs FlnWJQ
4 1 !; $' A S T xC.
.' t-" ,tl-.'L igs.:;- .A.3?" t j i 1 i I Jsottsry 6, 1866_ 1, I Newpuit, Fls., November 8, 186b. I April t 165. 1- N.weei14.tber 7,1_H<. .111.I -

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