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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 11, 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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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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The- Floridian &. Journal JOHN R. ;LLOYD pices he has been nominated. For bis personal And U not his claim .to a ",broad_ and..comprehensfve pHtkaI tiie... ii WIa.I .

Is published every SATURDAY, ty Au.o"t1.on.eer: j'Inribian & Dnr1taL; character I entertain the highest res. nationality" complete and unquestionable We copy ,below (or' 'tbe 'benefit of our'

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, ANDCOMMISSION ,.;,.,.___ ppct-and I believe} that he would give us a 1. ,. Southern reader the [description of n demo!
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J'V"--""' fair and impartial administration
but, tbe If this Union is to be destroyed, it wilt be
At THEZE DOLLAU per annum, in advance. t MERCHANT TALLAHASSEE : Union of the South I believe absolutely indis by an injurious and oppressive policy towards critic gathering at ConnersTille Indiana, on
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TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. pfefaflable to the defeat of Mr. Fremont, and the South; 1 by.; the national government.- the 7th inst. Such :'meetings are now frequent -,
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Saturday Oct. 11 1856. that union, if effected at all, can only be Should Mr. Buchanan be elected in this con. in Indiana ..and Illinois, and exceed
' Ooe square of 12 lines, or less first inoerlion, $1 00 July 19. 1856. 29-ly .
: each subsequent *. 50 made in the person of Mr. Buchanan. Taking test, no such policy can receive his counten- any thing of the kind ever held in those

r. Professional and: Business Cards inserted at $10 per EDWARD M. WEST. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. things aa we find them, the prepossessions ance. The causes of disunion will be removed States. It is really.gratifying to sooth-

annum. I of a large majority of the southern peo. and the South will at least have the every

Advertisements: not marked with the number Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I i FOR PRESIDENT, pIe are Democratic, and nineteen-tvrentieths fullest confidence in him. He is admitted to era patriot to l learn how gallantly the detooc- '
insertion* will be continued until forbid, and charged I of those in the South who of the North West
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. j I are opposed to Mr. have ability of high order and great experience racy are, 1ighJiDltLe.bat.tie
ooordingly. JAMES
fjf Certificates of publication of legal or estate Aprils;, 1856. 14 I BUCHANAN, Buchanan, agree with the following resolution in public affairs. He fonned his opine of the Constitution and the UpJcai! We .

notices Till not be given until the advertising fee is OF PENNSYLVANIA. of the Democratic platform : ions at a time when sectional controverseywas confess that oar hopes for the ,preservation} :

paid. FLOYD & HOLLAND, Resolved, That: we recognize the rightof unknown-and through a long publiclife of the the
confedemy-biig most
Attorneys at Law. FOR VICE PRESIDENT the people of all the Territories including has been uniformly and consistently liberal upon conservatism

J. BKECKENEIDGE Kansas and Nebraska, acting through the to the South. : of these 'two Slates and Pennsylvania !.
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Rheumatics & Others. '{T TILL and practice West Florida in the, and Circuit in the Courts Supreme of Middle Court fairly expressed will of a majority of actual Yon perceive that I have addressed myself united with the entire. South, to elevateto

rTX all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint of the State. Also in the District Court of the United OF KEXTTICKY. residents, and whenever the number of their simply to the emergency in which our country the Presidency a man :of national ifediogt; '

..L"e offer a positive remedy% Jatft Stimulating States, in the Northern District of Florida. inhabitants justifies it, to form a constitution is placed. My personal preferences were sentiments and predilections.

!j Linimnil. It has been effectual in the permanent R.J. FLOiD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. FOR ELECTORS with or without slavery, and be admitted! into for Mr. Fillmore, and sympathies have '
i cure of Chronic and Rheumatic di ease8. Thousands D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. M. A. LONG, GEO. W. CALL, the Union terms of my THE CoxttEUVi' : Mxsrxff0.-TIll:LAX-
have no doubt been rescued from an untimely death Dec. 22, 1855. 51 upon perfect equality been warmly with his party. I do not pro- GEST MASS MEETING' THAT xvxx juazjuxso
W. D. BARNES.The with the other Slates."
this remedy. ( to to abandon
by the use of great pose myself my principles or WREU.-We most
attended of the
For sale by Druggist generally and at Wholesale DR. MILES H. NASH What objections there may be to other my political friends; All I desire is the safe : ANY in'this political

and Retail. by AMES A LIVELY. OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS OF following able letter is from one of doctrines avowed in this platform, this resolution ty of the South and tbe preservation of the gathering .Stt'te r fn 1840, and
Ta.llaIiaseeeMay3l,1656. 22-ly 1844, none of which were any comparison in
"- TALLAHAMU AND 8tTB.ROTTNDINGCOUNTRT. the ablest old line Whigs in North Carolina. enunciates a principle which every Union. If these are accomplished either by number sod splendor to the held .
with Dr. M. Xash,immediately eastof the Southern man feels to be just and constitutional Mr. Fiilmore or Mr Buchanan, sole ob meeting at
Walter Gwynn OFFICE For the two past elections in that State, he my Connersville on last Thursday. The town
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e. ; and the only one on the great subjectto ject will be effected. The minor interests of
May 19 1855. 20R.H.BERRY succeeded the Hon. D. M. Barringer as the which it refers in which the Union is safe. was literally jammed full of people ** e rfraa
services to persons, wishing to enter politics will interest me then as they have
OFFERS U.S. Land Office, by locating Land Whig candidate for Congress in the Meck i. This is, I conceive, the great question-dis- done heretofore, and I shall promote, aa far 8 o'clock in the morning; by 10 o'cl ci .
the whole face of the earth
Warrants, or otherwise. He will also give prompt lenburg District against the Hon. Burton R. tinctly presented, in the present canvass ; and as I am abe! the beneficent and conservative aa far a* the eye
euch business be intrusted to him could behold, .waa covered with
attention to as may in with a moving
offices in the Auctioneer and Commission Craige. Convinced that the time has comparison it every other sinks into policy which I have always preferred.
in either of the other Capitol Charges i come man ofpeopfo.. The speakers' ,stand and
cit be reasonable corresponding to services per tormed. : MERCHANT. when the South should present a united front insignificance. Suppose it to be adopted as Respectfully, yours table were erected on the Fair ground/
Being Deputy in the State Land Office he of course I a fixed principle in our politics-can we imagine i ; OSBORNE.
will make no charge for business in'that Department TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sept. 29, 1855. 39 against a common enemy, Mr. Osborne lays any question which would dissolve or I If7 grove containing twenty two acres. There

ilay 17,1656. 20-ly i. down his opposition to the democracy and endanger the Union ? If it is overborne and THE UNION TICKET ix PHILADELPHIA.- were at the lowest calculation thirty thousand -

A. PERRY AMAKER, i ii gives his earnest support to Mr Buchananfor defeated at this time is it probable that any Philadelphia, Sept. 17.-A meeting was held people inside of the enclosure and we

DR. N. G. MCDONALD, i ATTYATAW other opportunity can occur by which it Can last etehing at National Hall. called by Lewis are confident that there were at no time ono

i the Presidency. bo incorporated into the creed of a great and C. Levin, to repudiate tho Union TicketMr. ; half of the people inside. We never saw A

,; JIONTICELLO:: FLA. : TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Mr. Osborne's Letter. national party ? Then, why cannot those who Levin was booted and hustled out of the large crowd of people counted bat if the estimate -
' "1 T7ILL attend with assiduous care, all cases cn- ; May 21, 1S53. 20 of the numbers at thb late
in this cardinal hall and Indianapolis -
tbe ticket
T trusted; to him. Correspondence.WADESBOKO'. agree principle-when ii is subsequently Union was
Office aHjoininji that of Col. DJ!worth. Mfl.S'NASH N. C. ) jeopardized by a combination-appealing to I heartily approved and Levin denounced. convention were anything like Correct,

March :!:, 1856. 12-ly::! : & CO., I Ii Sept. 13th, 1856. ] sectional passions and sectional power-act I The meeting then formed a procession and we are far below the number in our estimate

------ i J together for once-if possible settle the difficulty marched to the Fiilmore meeting in Spring at Connersville, for there were more peoplo .
j DEALEKRIN JAMES 'V. OSBOKNE, Esq : there than there were at all three of fie State' '
WILLIAM\ P. SLUSSER, -and resume hereafter their party re Garden, where similar resolutions were
DRUGS, PAINTS, | Dear Sir-We, a portion of your old per lations and their preferences ? As I before adopted.The conventions put together. Rush county had

Tallahassee, F1a. sonal and political friends, all old line Wings remarked-the South is Democratic by a Union ticket here alluded to, says the at least three thousand persons on the ground.

MANUFACTURER or COPPER,TI\: AND Snrnr :: MEDICINES Jf OILS I &c.1 and citizens of Anson county, believing the large majority ; and reason and justice would Savannah Georgian ct Journal is a ticket for The people were addressed by Gov. Wrigh;

I kONSAILE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL "VY7OULD inform their friends( and the pul/ie.: that : permanent existence of this Union, as a nation seem to require, that to accomplish a common I State officers in Pennsylvania, nominated John L. Robinson, Judge Alexander Walker

f DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNEDWAKE. j! TT. they have: on hand a good assortment of such I II likely to be greatly affected by the result end, the minority should yield to themajority. I jointly by the friends of Fillmore and Fremont editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer. H. Bos-

i I J articles!! as are generally }kept in their line of business, : of the approaching Presidential: election, Fillmore's supporters, in Pennsylvania kirk, Col.! McCarty and'others. The democracy

Stove cad-Quarter'?' !; and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. TLcirj i ii are anxious:1 to 1 lc.ini< your opinion, what! is In the non-slaveholding,] States, such is the are leagued; together with the Fremonters in of Fayette are entitled to great credit "

\ SPLENDID assortment Cooting, Parlora. j terms shall be reasonable.: the duty of Whigs, as National and Southern superior zeal and energy of our adversaries, behalf of the same ticket, and that is the way for their industry and untiring energy in making

; 1:1.:: an Wood Stoves!, trimmoJ with neatness i. Tallahassee--,--April- 9th .1853- 14. --- .: men, in the approaching contest. We that the election is extremely doubtful. There, they are fighting our battles in the North !" ample provision for the accommodation i

and durability; at reduced prices. !: P.B.BXLOKAW'S.LIVY : ao well aware that you have for several as here, Union men are divided on issues The election comes off on the 14th of Octo of so many white peoplo in the rankest

Out Door Work.Roofinr. I MB SALE STiBUSt years stood aloof! from, and refused! to engagein comparatively immaterial ; and these conflictsin ber. Patriotic Southerners in the Know abolition district in the State. We appendthe

Ornamental Front Heads!, Guttering Capper : I Ii political strife! ; but }believing you none thee tho face of an ardent and united opposition Nothing ranks, arc requested to make a note following from the State Sentinel, des
and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead. Sheet I TALLAHASSEE, FL lUlJ. be biased I I criptive of the chariots 'banners wagons
work I i patriotic! or likely to by paily endanger the success of our cause. I of this coalition-ShoulJ the Democrats b-i ; ;
"Zinc Lead Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop Proprietcr would in- i prejudices: and! (that in (the I etc.:
prcnt alarming
of variety done at short notice. THE have however, not doubted but the chances defeated, the victory, of course, will redoundto
every his friends and the I But the
crisis::; \\ I ill not refuse a full and free interchange most notable feature was the
you in favor of Mr. Buchanan Mr. Fillmore the benefit and to the of
are
Cit)' and Country merchants public, that be has! rebuilt his_ I over go encouragement number of .
of with old great chariots freighted with beautiful
Arc respectfully> invited! to give mc a call befoje purchasing ;. large Brick Stables, at thc old stand, and is nowI.I opinion your political even in that region. Mr. Fiilmore the Black Republicans.
,I : elsewhere. 'I prepared to accommodate his frit-nil and customers. friends-we, therefore, most respectfully ask may carry New York. It is the only free In Philadelphia, Mr. Levin and others, young ladies. Of these! there were thirtyone

j t2T! N. R. Ail article! manu .lctucJ frora the vel'1 1, He also has attached to his Stable! a good Blacksmith I your !opinion' on matters in which we are all State in which active and hopeful efforts are called a meeting to repudiate the coalition. I twenty four of which contained thirtyone

:b<..-t material aol warranted dUI'.lbe.0! other artlc'c I Shop. where he will have have done all kinds of I I mutually illtere ted. made for him. As to the result in it, notli- Here is their call for the meeting mentioned ladies each-each one of the fair ones

*P.l be offered( for Sl.lc.- Plantation work, Horse shoeing and Carriage01.. .... in. \' respectfully! ., your friends, bt .dll...... 1.._<,\\'11 -tppru.i..niaig 'vl LilllJ: s..1.-.. roifgoing aispatca : carrying a flair embla1 -:"- u -.*"tc UI
42 the best manner and l with p.'np *->'- J .1;- : som state: ot the Union.A .
ctober20,1S55.;; very J.: wnhi'iv. ,
and the fairest minded men admit that the I "Americans! Fillmore men The friends

, Co-Partnership Notice.rjxIE : patch.Novembers, 1853.::: 44 i; \ R. LEAK, Free Soilers have equal chances with the i of our glorious Union, rally All opposed to chariot from Connersville and containing -

undersized: have: this Liy entered into a co I __ G. W. LITTLE, I' Americans-while all agree that the cooperation the Black Republican's Union ticket, takenup eighty two ycung ladies was gotten up

.. _L_ partnership: m theWHOLESALE I Ii Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, : '%TM. LITTLE, of the friends of Mr. Fillmore and Mr. by certain members of the Legislature of with much taste. It had inscribed upon la
For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. W. W. WILKINS, cover the words: The Hoosier girls are for
i & RETAIL Buchanan could give the vote of that great Pennsylvania, are invited to attend a mass

! XXELTTGHBTJSXlNrZESS, I I V q'HE Subscriber baa just received n L. BENNETT. State in behalf of the Union. It is not denied meeting at National Hall, Market street be- Buchanan and Breckinridge." Another from

under the name and ELJ'lef I .., .. ,I L very large supply of CarriagesBuggies ; I'I'I hot that Mr. Buchanan has a prospectof low Thriteenth st, on Tuesday evening,Sept. Abington, Wayne connty, bore the inscription
and Harness, which he offers CHARLOTTE, Sept. 19, 1856. Illinois Indiana 16th : "White husbands or none." If th,
8 o'clock.
carrying Pennsylvania, at Come up, boys of 44 ;
f AMES & LVEL! Y. for sale the most reaeonable terms. editor of the
on j Journal had been and
._ ___ i November 18, 1854. 46 Messrs. .1. White, and others : New Jersey and California not less favora- you are about to build up your glorious party. heard present
i ble than that of Mr. Fillmore in New York. The Hon. Henry M. Fuller! Hon. L. C. Le- the hearty hozzas given by the fair
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; THEY will be pleased to sea their friends I GENTLEMEN:: :: : : I had prescribed to myselfa of the White Water
(: and patrons at the old Bt nd of D.U Ames, J A.L.FISHER course of tntire inaction in the present political To meet tbe crisis, I advocate a united South. v'n, Isaac Hazlehnrst and others, will addressthe daughters and Valley for Buchanan

;: where they will keep a full and general : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. !] canvass, from which I hoped that no We have, too long for our safety, permitted meeting, and point ont the true path to modified his Breckinridge, he would have
assertion that
:'I assortment of Articles appertaining their ; TALLAHASSEE, FLA., !! circumstances would make it my duty to de matters of minor importance to distract and American glory in the election of Millard for the husband of" JESSIE.all the women are

f$ ne of Iness. D.M. II.LIVELY.AMES I -f T7 ILL practice in tbe Courts of the Middle DisT :| part. Bnt, I have received various letters divide us-and in contests in which little has Fillmore." counties? had the number of chariots The following *

1 i. T trict,and in Thomas County, Ga. I IZg" I from and political friends besidesyOur'8 been at stake, we have been insensible to In response to the foregoing, another call named : i
January 1,1855. ; Office in the Capitol, 2d story, immediately j personal the that I have dangers of intestimablo magnitude. for a meeting at the same place was issueda Fayette 7, Union 7, Wayne 5, Rush 3,'Frank:
NOTICE.DR.BURROUGHS. over the room of the Clerk: of the Supreme Court. | so urgent on subject I have not to be influenced follows lin .
MEDICAL permitted myself : 3.A
them. The
| Alt it my duty to reply to answer
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21,1555. 29-ly from Boston
July delegation
Wayne
--e8e- I I make will sufficefor by tbe allegation often made: that our CUERILY HO-THE! NINTH WARD county
which to yourselves "
I BARNARD Jr. difficulties have originated in the policy of FREMONT CLUB will meet THIS EVE rode in h. Willard buggv. (hickory,) mlJ o
: all others. feet in length, with a large flag with the mot- '
pro-I I the Democratic party. The legislation organizing NING at NATIONAL HALL. Come early -
located in Tallahassee offers his The condition of our country at this lime '
Buchanan and
HAVING WILL COXTIXCE THE I the Territories of Kansas and Neb- to Breckinridge, the Union
service to the public. Office opposite 1 1Dr. finds no parallel in its former history. By and the "
.Barnard's Drug Store. : DRUG & MEDICINE I I BU.SINES I SAT ; the consent of all persons it is admitted thatno raska, is the object of this reproach ; and it JACOB L. GOSSLER, Pr s't. Constitution.' :
.. Another of interest
Jane 2S, 18M. 2G-6m D, SIGN .J 3 half serious threatened its h not my purpose to discuss it. One thing E. H. COGOIXS, Sec'y. object was an eight
i iI danger so ever
I its institutions.For is certain, that on its adoption there was an This brought together such a crowd of the wheeled! wagon, 125 feet long drawn by 32
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I or political -
MEDICAL NOTICE. I jI intl'rnalpcace of of the coalition that is of oxen, and containing nearly two hundred
TlIEil effort is extraordinary unanimity opinijn among supporters to say,
the first time a mighty being
MORTAR
I OF THE | I II persons. A large painting, descriptive of the
BETTOX I the freo States in solid Southern men of all parties ; and no Southern Fillmore and Fremont-as completely over
DRS. GAMBLE made to combine _
I II man is willing to avow himself in favor powered Levin and his company. A friendof Louisville riot, was mounted on this ve t
to the Pub. j union against the slave States, and by force
Services
OFF EH their Professional of Slcssrs.Ilodglciss I Cmcr of Clinton! nuJ Monroe slieet Tallahassee.;:: : of the Constitution of the restoration of the Missouri line. But the fusion, or, as it is termed, the union hide .. I
the forms
under
Office opposite the Store of numbers} -
C3J January 19, three Southern Senators and five or six members I ticket CoL VaIner, was made Chairman, a- The Kingstcn, Brookville and other Bras

January,Scott 5, 1856.t Poole. 1t1cnJLD 1- Di:"P-i: Lewis I II the common to deprive them of, to their abolish equal slavery rights at to of the House of Representatives voted i mid a scene indescribable confusion. From Bands, with any amount of martial music,

I ,-. r1 IVES notice to his friends and pat. tho capital and property in thing essential to in opposition to it ; and( several of the latter i the following remark which fell from him it added to the interest of the scene.

.,.,'T.. BIB.CUFTT.. ,. CHAB.LES- w. DOWNING, /: i _ OT rons that be is now in possession of ; and welfare every to them were defeated before their constituents at would seem that the joint supporters of Fremont The banners were numerous and various
'I their
BIRCHETT & DO w IIi G, all the latest improvements i in Dentis dignity prostrate the subsequent elections. This legislation,therefore and Fillmore have as hearty a horror Of these we give a few, only : A map of the
In this effort
LAW k AGENTS FOR CLAIMS I try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth without producing before their oppressors. to Southern of United States with this inscription The
ATTORNEYS AT was acceptable generally squatter sovereignty" as our neighbor :
pain, by the aid of a local application, which consists most powerful motives of action are unitedin Buchanan National Democratic Union Platform
NO. 490, Seventh Street: in applying an artificial freezing mixture to the partauntil zealous co-operation. Eloquence and sagacity statesmen and to the Southern people. It The union ticket, in the field is the only '
of States.
WASHINGTON CITY. fully benumbed. 2d. The immediate insertion of false philanthrophy and mistaken may have been wise or unwise, but it is now ticket to dish squatter sovereignty&: and all thirty one Another map

before the Court of Claims, and a Temporary Set, on '{Jutta Perch, uhich can be j fixed in our jurisprudence-and the questionis these miserable nominations in modern poli with the Southern portion of the confederacy
WILL practice claims before Congress and the several worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully piety, ambition, hypocrisy and fraud, aided as I conceive, as to its disturbance in fu tics. oWttergted, inscribed with The Fr mont
prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on and stimulated by foreign and domestic capi Sectional, Disunion platform of only sixteen
Department ture. And on this point we are as nearly unanimous Levin was refused a hearing, and narrowly
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that beautiful plan called] continuous Gums, which are tal to accomplish our
engaged the
July'28,1B55. 30 are actively States. ShalT Union be desorred! Democracy -
and admired for find I aa can be expected, on any subject escaped with his life.
so much worn beauty strength, rain. Eminent statesmen from all the groat "
never. A picture of rate
of discussion. The : resolution with says a
wl.ich admits
cleanliness, folowing was adopted
MXLaI-i: : '
w. B. perfect
.
their
have ordinary
forgotten with the White
House '
political parties close in
coarse,
] May SI, 1856. 22 Nor do I think it fair to say that the elec- great enthusiasm : view
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, differences in pursuing a common enmity to and Buchanan going in, while Fremont is
tion of Mr. Buchanan would not give us Resolved, That we, as the friends and supporters
NEWPOET FLORID.f \. Havana Cigars the South. In the mean time, elections have distanced. The progress of! the latter Woolly
quiet, and thus save the Union. This will, of Millard Fillmore and Andrew J.
from Physicuuu and Planter: put up received per R. H. Gamble 5000, best qual- taken place in three of the non-slaveholding 1 admit, entirely depend on circumstances.If Donelson, do heartly endorse the Union State Horse is somewhat retarded by the palling 4

iii- ORDERS greatest care. JUST cigars. Call and try themMcDOUGALL States, two of them heretofore distinguished ,. for instance, Kansas, under his administration ticket, and will give it our earnest and undivided back of a negro, who holds on to the) tail of

; February 2,1858. 5 & BOBBY.- not only by toleranc.0 but liberality towardsthe should apply for admission as a slave support at the coming election. the animal. Above aro the word f''" National .
2, 1856. 81 of them abolition sentiments '
August South. In all Race Coarse. On the
reverse:
violent Southern !
iI' State it would meet with opposition voters are you prepared to cooperate .
;"t t' LONG & GALBRAITH, JOHN W. EVANS, bavo not only triumphed but have from the free States, and agitation, through with the friends of Fremont, Fillmoreand "In this raee Fremont, you can't: rUe,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. AT LAW swept away all chow opposition. The The .hi.... booM you wcnit wm:
ATTORNEY all the channels of fanaticism, and political Company to defeat the Pennsylvania Democracy
( 1 A.LONG &J. B:GALBRAITH lave asaoci- BAINBRIDGK, GEO danger, therefore, is imminent, that Mr. Fremont violence, would again be renewed. !Bat, and James Buchanan tfor that is For'Old u Back"is Men ia on totb in.r"aide,
it ated tbenw lre in the practice of Law. They all business will carry every free State, and will go I. .,
attention to -
en
under Fillmore the in the old State it
give prompt would not the same thing occur Keystone as '
the ConrU in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme WILL the votes of the game Another represented> a
will attend Thomaa the by negro tearing
to bis care,in the Counties of come to Presidency p
that if Maine and it in Iowa. Is
in I j jI ji
of the United Does sane man was as was '
the.Dutrict Courts any suppose and
Courts And Decatur, Baker, Daugherty,Calhoun, Early and Clay. free States given explicitly in hottility to the the Constitution, iudignantIy'nftriig'a :
States at Tallahassee.!. February 1'1.1855. 1 tf of the South. If an were on any measure of legislation the South any party whose organization throughout a I tar'a dia up. Brndder Garrison ap dia
Office opposite the Court House. institutions enemy should insist on her just rights, under any large portion of the North is in coalition with wid deaf *,
covenant
and deso- a an a league vtd helL"Tbe '
7 threatening
October 28. 18U.. If Just Received. invading our country, President whatever, that excitement and agitation the Black Republicans, a party worthy of
< from Rush banner
i and homes this delegation tod
sensible county
fields ,
lation our j&
Currant Jellies, Prunes, upon would There is in !
aNd exist
one
Qnata not way membership
your "
S. KNIGHT LEMOYS. feel- with this motto: Rush county; htth
to
would our
I, Pickled Oyster, Brandy Peaches danger give harmony which agitation can be quieted, and only one, What is it that now gives the Fremonters "
COMMISSION) MERCHANT Preserved Lemons Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger ings, moderation and prudence to our counsels erto whig, but never abolition.)
AUCTIONEER and that is by submission to all the requisi- their confidence I The ,result in Maine and

TALLAHASSEE,'FLORIDA. berry, Green do.. Strawberry Gage Marmalade do.Pine, Apple Lemon do.oyrop, and,Ginger Rasp and unity and tho to our efforts over.' until The the slate foe tions which may be made by the free States, Iowa. What brought about that result!- From th:NicnaJ\ InUillgroc r.

September- 1'8t5. 05 do. Raspberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon,Lobster,Had was repelled this danger in The invasion on every eubject peculiarly affecting our vital The union between the friends of Fillmoreand Mr. Baehaau's Cliiritfes. I .
is like
pad
of only
.' dock, flallibot and Shad.Assorted Pickles Scotch things interests. Fremont. In Pennsylvania and Indiana, .
with it severer We find in one:of otfr 'CoteaporarteV t&e
of foreign foe might bring ,
WILLIAM SCOTT, Ale and Porter. a I the force of the speci- (in both of which elections occur in October) !
30,000Jantinry5lSSG. Havana Ci ar8. disasters, but it would be temporary, Norfean perceive mention of an actor munifieienceon the part '
similar coalition. it
there is
A TTOY: AT LAW, AMES i LIVELY. and .and its institutions, we might ous objection that Mr. Buchanan is a sec. a Suppose successful !
1 our country and therefore that he who can say bow much it will increase of( Mr. Buchanan which gtirw? aa fiuaure 4
candidate ,
tional
FLA. be ;
.. MOJTTICELLO, would survive it. But, we on '
may '
hope bo the for tho adjustment the chances of a Black Republican to record for.the inforni ttonoTM'i i i eawv '
would not person
overthrow
will proper
July SO,18U. 30 tljan the of revolution which
a
eve : '
INSURANCE. in November!
LIFE
break the Unionof of our present difficulties. This is triumph not that those who are acquainted whV his

: WILLIAM 8. DILWORTH, THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. our the existing States government, and involve- us up in! the crime tho argument adopted by the (reesoHers-n. these Has coalitions any Southern between K.their N. paper Northern rebuked associates private and personal jrhtae*. ea *.!and' in

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ACCCMTTLATXD CAPITAL: .1,000,000.. nod wretchedness of a civil war. In this dopted to justify their open and the force avowed ol(sec the and the Black Republican We think need of any such"aUetlittioa' '., D'I bti' beneTO-
# *
issues policies on the lives of tionalism, and to mitigate fc1 !
'T'HIS Company I have sympathy
liOXTlCELLO.. FLORIDA. JL White persons fur one or more ytflrt, or for the state of confess the no criminationand objection to their proceedings, as likely to not. Still! they expect you, Southern voters, leace but simply U an act of jsatie* .to ono J

iee in tb;. Courts of the Middle Cir- .whole period of life ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM.Dividends with the party bickerings of dissolve the Union. If the principle In regard to follow them and sustain a party in Georgia from whose" political opnaiom, bowjirejr hnnti'i4.J'i'-
the
pact and all forms politi'cal .
WILL, wdTbon'. 'aDd Lcrwnde County, Ga' declared. to the insured on politic iwvud I. recrimination, distracts: Southern) so : (lo the domestic institutions ol the Territories whose members in Pennsylvania na e Uy entertained ri- (are- -c'''mpulta.to:': dn.

.*4xcb2t18bL; ,18-1 j for life. ,. warfare which our : which I have before referred to, bo and oth Northern States are leagued with to wbich'l'a'afolknvs
Purr Fftccu; Actuary.-MOB.BM FUKKUS, Fres't ciety. The sob) question with me has been, in to the constitution, how can the Black'Republicans Will you do it! kept The *tateni nt .
& Lel &c.MSorUd.ix. received Tallahassee by bow is the threatening evil to be obviated conformity :: .
'tuit lftIt "Gf Applications sectional who it I Is not 2; t
he be represents .J
'20QGlass .'GJaU, <, 100' ;J mary 19. 185 B. 0. LEWIS.: In its consideration I have endeavored to re .Mr. Buchanan a candidate i in "every State in NEGRO Vomse.-At the late election inMaine In the fall of 1isaeikaziimade
1
4 Ld, ztn& 'oj. gard the subject( with ks much calmness as 'donation d&ars.
pore delegates the a ofaot&mtmf
the Union I Was be not nomhuted by negro supporter of Fremont
THE TNA INSURANCE co. .
AGENCY *
OF
,8.barrell.J!... L a nNe Ci1 oa.... -,- 'cAritiL'i.....i.........:.;.$580.000. was able! without and jirty rofereuea attachment-to.mjr, owni If I prepossessions W: from every.-district-in:i our w de confederacy party pitched J Into two: Irishmen and cut for the eUef'ofpacr.udin'the Laraej.. _'J l
,
"M .. .. it b* with city'of : zi
ipe P..r.. : : And though may very thehaudsncthe
:! .YP'jrpofP&W.; aad.-i'.11011.)' THE ondemgned, AgepC of tt ft*r e Company. regarded these, I should have supported.MrFiThzloro not his claims pressed them; one in other,on.thaI the cettio... cftbe"*IW\W\ ,
doubtful fortunrs/are
Tiaha 0i1 'Lbt V&ra1ab, .eeiretippIinticc for aa.. 1Mb' iocanaoaguwitlpn as eordfeUy.M the .warmest friend !i f and of the Union ?II I I bead with a razor. White men must stand cent loin The' ": w t. ,\
iprit bte1i&sJ it ritiflZ 1 bffln, on Brkk t&d Fr me Bwildinr.FU'biture. election. I have no in every county village =i
*TurptD11aern AME8 '4; LIVELY. .VercbJtndin: if.Jainwy who how adVocates bit vvh au3' I Cau this bje said of any otfier.! candidate !- i I back;iti Black Republican localities.IuiiIiiiui': Detroit FreV Pr a t.i1"2

.hnus.ry 5, 16. I 19, JflU. 3 B. C. LEWIS. fault! to find with the \*;arty \AV 5f 1


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n nd the intcreafaWays'paid i f promptly.. The Election ttetarns i wrm of &; Webster, -

_ .,, fix cint interest .on the donation thus I .EASTERN J1L.. had rewarded a life of successful and judicious Wright, of N. Y.;;,Young, of)llinois. diana papers: FiflnnseitaJorCongr: fn tho sec.'
per NIGHTS :
BY LAST .
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Tho said resolution having been furtheramended 'Jbr JftrnW ond)1istrtt,1'a.wb! Wilmot
produces $240 annufti, to be ap'plied to enterprise. of ConRrti3.Ditt. o and Berlin
I per I Returns of the election from thEttst. are and modified, "* Anttftbrdtka.', Buchanan.
the! purchase' and distribution of fuel to the game are requires ::00"explanation :
Such' jvo have, however,"are given .V ,On ,the questiori'to agree thereto _as follows: :'t_James C. Teach, -* ;Jamea LockhartL"II : "
: poor and indigent female It i i4 a perpetual meagr -- as 55 fl From the Southern. ((0*) Recorder. ,. of Con- A grand Union-Mais Meeting of the .
John M. Wilwo William Engfeh. opponents
trust, and a perpetual fund tbatVlJ lurnuh IJ;} w. DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES n. PRACTICE And Resolved, That any attempt Territory of -11I-.Jobn- A. Heodrlet.James. Hu hea.... :.. of the Pierce Administration and

some thirty or forty poorjlamilles'\yUli .fljel, JEFrzRsor-Mnjority* : \ for Perry 179., for The Democratic Cincinnati: .Platform: laid gross the United to abolish slavery in which in any exists: would IV-WiHiam CumbiKk; James B. Foley. the Cincinnati Platform, will be held at Lew.
States Jit '
enough to prevent suffering i from the want oft Hnwktas. 218:1: .Three democrats elected to clown ( In :V.- .David Kilgore, ,Edmund Johmon.VI istovrn, Pa., on Saturday; Oct. 11th. HOD!
f of its planks Non-interference serious alarm jusrapprehension
: as one .create ...: J. M.
John JCobnrn Gregg.
The ; Hon.
winter for all time to .o De> E. Joy Morris, John C.
every the House without opposition. I by Congress with Slavery in State and Territory the States'u8taining that domesticjnstitution, VII John Usher, John O. Davia.VIII Knokel Toad
a above is only ono of the many evidences of towardsthe D. Voorhees. dens Stevens, Esq., Hon. Datld WilmoL
For Walker 535, for or in the District of Columbia. That would be a violation of good faith -Jaraea Wilson, ,
Mr. Buchanan's judicious and warmhearted j MADISON.-Oficial- i body also made James Buchanan their candi. inhabitants of such Territory, who IX-*Schujler Colfax, Wrn.Z. Stuart. Hon. A. N. Burlingame, and other distfo.guiihed .

..generosity.**-Union. I. Perry 423, Baker 490, Hawkins 4G9. Mc. I date for President, and tho Southern Democracy have been permitted any to settle with, and hold XIJohn X-Samuel U.Brenton Petit, Wm.Robert Carver.Lowry. "speakers. hare teen Invited. lot*

: Leary, McQueen, democrats, and Hankins, say that hotJnmes Bachflpannevefcafit slaves therein ; because the people of any *Members of the present House. present. '

; 1trnaL K. N., elected to the House. a vote against the South. Read the foll fW.I I such territory have not asked for the aboli- This Allows the game in Indiana. Fillmore :I The Journal of Commerce of the 30th ult.

jIntihhm & COLt" Bu.-A slip: from the Advertiser of. ing resolution extracted from the public res'-'i ,'tion of slavery therein ; and because when editors in the South waste barrelsof contains the following:
ords and then whether Buchanan is reliable such shall be admitted into the may
say any territory TUB PrjowrtvAJfiA
,
..' Walker 493, Perry BA.ZQ.l.IWe
flee at Alligator gives be
-j> r,' v -" -- -- ---- I on tho slavery question, and true to the Union as a State, the people thereof will be ink in trying to cover up the treacherouscourse lieve that there can no longer be

TALLAHASSEE. : 425, Baker 504, Hawkins 414, and claims lettor of our Federal Coustitution : entitled to decide that question exclusively of their Northern allies, but their efforts as to the combination between the any Black doabt

: the election of die three Know Nothing can for themselves. Re.
are vain. The pecple of all parties Freraonters and
the
(
The U. S. Senate had just adopted a resolution publicans : ) Know Nothings .
'Saturday 06t.: 11,1956; 'didatcs. for the House by small majorities. declaring that the interference of tho Ifwas determined in affirmative, must see that it is the Democratic party alone (Fiilmoreitos). of Pennsylvania, with
Yeas. . . . . I S .35 I a
I IS view
letter dated a s to defeat the
ALACIU'A.-A private Alligator I citizens of of tho States with view to Democracy, both
the South in the at
a that is the battle of the
I any fighting
. . 9
Nays . . .
S S
a I S I State election of the J4th of
Political Discussion. j Oct. 9, says that as far,as heard from the I abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia, On motion by Mr. Hubbard, North against the common enemy. October and at
l the Presidential election of the
The lIon. A. E. Maxwell, Jas. T. Archer, Democratic ticket was 100 ahead in Alachua. was endangering tho rights and security of I 'rhe and beirg desired by one- 14th of No
1 the of that District and that: act yeas nays : f vember. The following are said to be
Esq., and Col. Parkhill addressed, on Satur. Perry's majority will be at least 130. or measure people of Congress designed; to any abolish I fifth of the Senators present, I Re-organizatlon the Whig Party. terms of the compacts-In the first instance the

day last, large assemblages of the citizens of t DUVAL.-The Know Nothings have succeeded slavery there, would be a violation of good Those who voted in the affirmative are, The recent National Whig Convention it is agreed that the Fremonters and Fill

Leon, enchaining the attention of all with tho I in Duval by a heavy majority, but l 11) faith towards Maryland and Virginia-a just Brown Messrs.BUCHANAN Allen, Bayard Calhoun, Benton,Clay Black of, composed of disguised Know Nothings have moreites shall combine to elect the Know

and unanswerable As cause of alarm to the people of the slavehold. declared it to the Nothing candidates for Canal Commissioner
arguments
most powerful not so large a one as they expected. re Alabama of Crittenden, expedient re-organize Whig i
deduced from facts with most thrilling j For Walker 487 ing States, and have a direct and inevitable Clay Kentucky, I and invite all who I I and the other officers to be chosen by (eLf
ap I ported, the vote stands: ; Cuthbert, Fulton, Grundy, Hubbard, King, party ridiculously are in
State
tendency to disturb and endanger the Union. I I at large, as also tho candidates for
pals to the people to stop their insane contest ; For Baker 490! ) Hawkins 272.; Merrick Nicholas Niles, favor of to with
Perry, 273. ; The following resolution was thereupon of. Lumpkin, Lyon, I whig principles, co-operate Congress in the districts where the Fillmore.

at the South and come forward regard. i, Two Know Nothings elected to the House of Cered : Norvell, Pierce, Preston, Rives, Roane, Rob. them. ites are strongest, and vice versa whore the

less of party and sustain Mr. Buchanan, the i course. Resolved, That any interference with the inson, Sevier, Smith of Connecticut Williams, Strange, Wo can well appreciate the intense dis. Black Republicans are strongest. It the r,.

-- -O'ily: candidate who could stay the treason PUTXAM.This County is reported to have subject of slavery in the Territories of the Tipton, Walker, White, Wrightand gust with which the genuine old line whigs suit of the vote at the State election justifies

able tide of Black Republicanism about to : given 30 democratic majority, and to have United States in which it may exist, is inhibited Those Young.who voted in the negative are, regard the mushroom organization which is the measure, it is then proposed to ran a doable
by all the considerations in regard to tho electoral ticket against Mr. Buchanan
_ sweep; from existence this fair land. These I elected Bryant, k. n., to the House, there being rights and interests of the inhabitants of the Messrs. Clayton, Davis, Knight, McKean, thus attempted to be sprung up in one night, while, in the contrary event, th. Fremontars

,. gentlemen dosed their able speeches in a I two democrats running. Know Nothing said Territories, the security of the slave- Prentist Webster.So Robbins, Smith of Indiana, Swift, from the grave of departed whiggery.Ve will not run any ticket, bat will aapport the

___ manner that has rarefy been pur good fortune holding Statesvand!! the danger to the Union, the. resolution amended agreedto. do respect the motives of unadulterated whigsin Fillmore electoral ticket, on condition that

_ to listen to, amidst the shouts of an enthusiastic gain.ST.. 101l .-An endorsement on a private which are mentioned in the preceding resolution as was the fruitless effort to restore a manly and they (the Fillmore electors) agree to can
as forbidding any interference with, or their votes for Mr. Fremont, in case he gets
crowd. dated Jacksonville Oct. 8 "I The
letter says : action on, the subject of slavery in the Dis. The Southern Recorder has heretofore, under respectable political organization. po. in the other States more electoral votes than
Col. Amaker addressed the Democratic have just heard from St. Johns. Majority for trict of Columbia ; and for the further reason sition which the old line whigs of the coun Fillmore. The Know Nothings may bare

Club, Thursday evening last/ in which he instituted Hawkins, 135; for Perry, 136." that the people of those Territories, when ad. its present management, enjoyed a reputation try would thus assume, under the present aspect the State offices with their patronage and
and candor but the I
fairness extract
an interesting omp rison between I NASSAU.-The Florida Republican of the mitted into the Union as States, will be exclusively for of parties, would be an isolated one, in emolument, provided as a reward for this act
entitled decide the of the here given from the Senate Journal will perhaps the of the
the national platforms of the two parties. to question liberality on part Fremonten
Nassau
four in
I 8th gives the vote at precincts which they would be incapable of accomplishing -
of withio their and startle of the the Black candidate'for
existence the I'
shivery respective some they support Republican
Cot Long and Judge Gwynn will speak to open eyes .
I' which shows for Walker 75, Perry 69, Baker limits for themselves." eccentric people who put faith in its revela any real good, and in which they might the Presidency.It .

the Club at its next m.- tiug. 75, Hawkins 69-two precincts to hear from. unwillingly be instrumental in tho! infliction remaint-te be wen, whether the
.' This resolution was rejected on a direct tions. The extract shows that the Recorder I Venof
We think the county has been carried by the I of a great wrong. the Old K.atone State will allow themselves .
HUNDRED GUNS : I vote-and among those voting in the negative, has'lent itself to garbling the record in orderto
ONE to be driven wherever the
Democrats by a email majority.Ltvr.Clyatt is the name of James Buchanan Do we assert too much when we say that, : wire-pnllm
produce a false impression against Mr. of these two for their
FOR OLD LEON ; democrat, has been elected Among those voting for the resolution are already the Southern Know Nothings have parties own selfish par-
choose draw them.
Buchanan, when in fact that record, fairly poses, may to
Messrs. Calhoun and Preston of S. C. :
to the House from this county by 7 ma ; resolved to make a sectional fight for the
I Roane and Rives, of Va. ; Cuthbert and considered, exhibits Mr.! Buchanan as taking There are but two Stay. tickets running

GREAT DEMOCRATIC VICTORY! 1, jority. Walker and Baker are supposed to I Lumpkin, of Ga. ; Sevier and Fulton, of Ark. tho highest Southern ground, and consequently Presidency, regardless of the consequences as follows: -

i have carried it by 10 to 15 majority. The above resolution speaks for itself." r. as being entirely .' reliable on the slavery I to the South and Union. They woud! in I tAnti-Xrlraika. 2vcAanan.?

These returns, including the vole of Leon, the spirit of partisans, pledge their supportto : Canal Com'r..Thos. E. Cochran, George Scott,
The ejection\ for Governor, Congress, State Walker The Southern Recorder and other papers question and true to the letter of our ...uditor.. ... Darwin PL Phelp! *, Jacob FIT.Jr,
Senator and four members to the House from II I foot up for Perry, 2,039; 1,973 ; which have copied the above, and made it the Federal Constitution." I a man, whose prospect election is as : Surveyor BartboL Laportt. John Roves.

took The I I Hawkins, 2,145; Baker, 1,900, leaving Perry that Buchanan is '\ I barren as tho most arid spot that can be : The fusion of the Fillmoreites
Leon county place yesterday. result ground for charging Mr. not and Fre
Will the Recorder have tho to I II ;
GO and Hawkins 239 ahead. The result! for i I justice put i
found the desert of Sahara.
II scorching
_ is a clean sweep-out of Know Xothing- I II I reliable on the slavery question." will find before its readers ? upon : monters is undisguised! upon the ticket headed .
I Governor would seem to be doubtful, but as I the matter right There is too much in time old ..
ism iu-jtho county. The entire Democratic I by a reference to the record that they have patriotism ,: by Cochran, and justified by the Savannah
the strongholds of the opposition have been j : line whigs" to make us believe for a moment,
ticket is elected of j I Southern !
by an average majority been made cats-paws of by some unscrupulous Tallahassee Railroad Republican, a paper
heard from, we think Col. Perry! has been i I that they will imitate the example of men
One Hundred in the Perry'smajority The Savannah Journal
over county. i Know Nothing, who was more anxiousto : that Georgian 4-$ says :
I
elected by a fair majority. Of, tho election : It gives us pleasure to announce our who burnt the dead body of their glorious
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<< for Governor will bo about fortyand ; | create unfavorable prejudices against a railroad connexion with St. Marks' by steam : We have frequently-called: the attention of

Hawkins for Congress will have .it l lent : of Col. Hawkins to Congress by from 3 to !; patriot than to tell the truth. II, old party in a midnight orgie, and desecrated .: the South to the fraternal and cordial alliance
pure is in full .
one hundred! It is victory. without precedent : 400 majority there is no doubt whatever. power now operation.On : the sacred moment of its spiritual flight with between the friends of Fremont and Fillmore

in Leou and cannot too I; We have nothing from the West, except The record shows I this day week a trial trip was made by : singular oaths and blasphemies. It cannotbe : in Pennsylvania. The State election cornea
we highlypraise .
I 1st. That no "direct yotu"was ever takenon off on the 14th. Every man on the coalition
locomtive II. L. and
the iron-hearted of the I a report that the whole Know Nothing ticket I the new Rutgers, that such men as Putnam, Campbell anda i
Democracy ticket, is for Fremont.: And yet the Black
the resolution quoted by tho Recorder. I .
has been elected in Jackson and ten or twelve gentlemen went down to witness I host of others the advocates of
county who so nobly stood by their candi ; a major. I II eloquent Republicans are not more zealous in its support .
dates. ity of 71 given to Walker, and 53 to Baker. ]I 2d. That it was proposed and voted on as I I its performance. They} speak of it in religious liberty, will stand aside, and indirectly than arc the Fillmore Know N otbingcr.ot .

% : ._ I II a substitute for a resolution oflered by Mr. the highest terms in every particular. The assist the combined enemies! of the one Southern K. N. press has rebuked
The unofi cial:18 far received
!
I
returns (
) as I
.' I 1 1o Bnchanan himself; and of 16 tons from the manufactory of I this unhallowed coalition-though nobody
Glorious Sews frcm Gadsden ; : engine! ( South and the liberties of American citizens,
thus
foot
np : ; i I 3'1IJ. That 'Ir. Buchanan voted with a : doubts that if Fremont is elected it will be
We have just received sufficient intelligence I i ;M.\ W. Baldwin I.Co.., Philadelphia,) performed to break down the firm friends and advocates
1 rJ'Ci1lOr-P'rry Dem. 401 owing to that foul alliance.! ; The Savannah!
or of Southern I
majority men, including) Henry!
,. Gadsden that tho as smoothly and! \vas managed as of both.'e better things of such
fiom
to satisfy us : I expect Republican justifies by saying it is simply
Walker, K. N., 3GO Felix Giuiid J. J. CritU-nden, amid W.
-41 Democracy have carrud that county most ': Clay, j, ; readily by the Engineer, Mr. William, as if men. We have no objection to the re-organ- fusion on the State ticket

I R. King. j it had !been in operation for months. The What now' if the coalition should extend
handsomely We have received returns fromI ; i i/ition of the whig party: or the formation of
For Congress-Hawkins, Dem., -135 With short-sighted cunning, the Recorder : furth-r lrImt if the friends of Fremont
solid] even structure of the road, and the re- ; ;
which show other todI.
six for Walker political antagonism
Baker K. N. 321 !! precincts, a vote I I It any permanent Fillmore should be found
and united
_' f-iil tn a'trtt lio j-onc iml I nays or '''i'of lllA on tWsumo
or $-*'I, liaKer joi, i gnlaritv and c.nse of the grades and curves, : .
-L 111 or oiw i'erry U..I." i I concurrent circumstances. 1I'stall give t. .! Xntinnnl; Democratic uty: at any other ; pJppforail] ticket. 'That too will doubt

For. Senator-Lamar, Dem., 429 I I 357. For State Senator, McEIvy' Democrat ]i iI show that: the Engineer and track-layer well ,time. less be all right At least the Americans of
them anil then the reader will how
see a
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Randolph, K. N., 309 I 361 ; Love, K. N., 353 ; Assembly, understood and faithfully]] performed their respective There is no dispute now, about Tariff and ,! Georgia need'expect to hear! nothing to the
talc will the slanders of ;Mr.Buchanan's \ I
plain dissipate
-120 I Allison, Dem., 3.mVihon; ; Dem., 361; Derrick j: :I duties, and make ours compare favorably i Banks and public land sales, and sub-treas I IU1 contrary from their organs. The indicationsare

for the Hcusc-Brokaw, Dem., 45G j t Dem., 359; Davidson, K. N., 354; John. j: enemies. Ii i ] with any other railroad. There wasI I ics. and Internal Improvement schemes by decidedly favorable to the fusion. Listen -

Duval, 415 i son, K. N., 346; Gregory, K. N., 340. The j i The Senate Journal, January I 1,1S39, page I no effort! to attain great speed, but it was apparent the General Government. The North pre. i to the the Pennsyhanian following statement: which we find in

Chairos, 401 I remaining precincts, eight in number, are all i I IS 131, says: : : to the party that the distance, ;21 i ii sen's one issue, and only one. It is a momentous : The editor of thoMiner's Journal is a

Parkhill, 426 Democratic: except two. The entire Democratic The Senate resumed the consideration! of i miles, could easily have been accomplished issue. The South must meet it.- : member of the Fremont State Committee.He .-

Hayward, K. N., 328 i ticket is elected beyond a doubt- the motion submitted by !Mr. Calhoun, the p in less than an hour. That issue is the restoration of the Missouri ;! has announced in d recent number of his

Hopkins, 313 ; Walker may have a small majority in the I 27th slavery.An of. December, in relation to domestic : Tho locomotive is regularly performing the restriction, and the rejection of any future i: Electoral paper, as if Ticket"by will authority be formed" that in this a Union State
'
o Hall, 313 county. His friends had promised him 150! i additional resolution, to the fifth, hay. I business: of the mad, making its trips daily, : application for admission, by a slave State ; in a short time, between the Know Nothing

Cromartie, 207 ; If our anticipations arc gratified in Gads I ing been proposed by Mr. Buchanan as fol. I with eight or ten loaded cars and one for j! into tho Union. This issue is earnestly antI (Fillmore) party and;l the free negro Fremontors. .

The lo\vest Democrat: for the House leads 1 den, there has been a clear democratic gainof I II lows : 1 passengers! appropriating 1 $ or 2 hours to boastfully tendered. The South cannot meet .

the highest Know Nothing 76. The only three house members, compared with the I; Resolved, That it would be highly inexpedient i the trip each war, including stoppages for I it as a unit, since a few of its citizens have, 'II The preliminaries for the coalition it would
to abolish slavery within district of I have f flee
seem already<< agreed The
precinct to bear from is Calhoun's Shop, I result in 1851.-SUp, Oct. 7. I any ; wood, water, &c. in advance, tied their hands and sealed their !: : upon.
for the Indian trihe where
___J I country set apart ", following letter to the N. Y. Herald shows
_ where the Know Nothings will have a m:1jor.1: Later intelligence from Gadsden confirms: : it !now exists, or in Florida, the only territoryof I Goods; are now transferred from tho hold : mouths: by presenting an outside issue, but the terms : -

- ityof6or8. i the election of the Democratic candidate for the United States in which it now exists, of the vese1! at onco into freight cars and delivered I let not the remaining strength of the South ; The basis of the compromise,which emanates .

The Democrats gain one member to the I: the Senate, !\McEIvy: and two out of the.:. because of the serious alarm and just nppiehcnsions in Tallahassee mostly in the day theyare be further emasculated: the old line from the Black Republicans, proffers to
which would be excited in the Fillmore
House. : three candidates for the thereby St. Marks.: These facilities whigs of the South stand in this fight, by : party fourteen electors, and to
: House, viz: James 'I the States sustaining that domestic institution) ; landed at : I up tho Republicans, thirteen ; thus 'securing a

Mr. Walker's personal popularity and his i M. Wilson and H. M. Dorrick. Gen. Allison, I and because the people of that territory have 'I apply also to the shipment down of cotton, national men, for their rights, their propertyand joint and hearty cooperation, without the

residence i ia the county gave him a consider we regret to learn, has been defeated by a not asked it to be done ; and, when admitted tobacco, &c., and, taken in conjunction with the Union their fathers framed. least abandonment: of principle,and insuring,

able vote over his party strength. His friends i few votes. Hi? successful competitor is R. I into the Union, will be exclusively entitled to reduced rates of freight and light port charges --_- as is generally believed, tho overwhelming

-: had -confidently expected a majority of ono I I H. Davidson, K. N. decide that question for themselves ; and also, certainly entitle the Tallahassee Railroad The Pennsylvania Fusion. defeat of tho Democracy in the State. But
would be in violation of solemn The Sentinel the Fill. |
I because it a quotes pretended for the interposition of Tennessee which
hundred for lam, and are consequently overwhelmed i The exact vote for Governor and Congress mado at a memorable and criti. Company to be remunerated by a liberal pa. ,
compromise more electoral tickrt in Pennsylvania and an : State was apprehensive that fusion here
I at finding at least forty the other !i we were unable to obtain up to the hour of I cal period in tho history of this country, by tronage for the heavy outlay (not short of extract from the Buffalo Advertiser and then would defeat the Americans there, the con

way. The result shows} Leon, after a hard i going to press. I which, whilst slavery was prohibited North, $250,000)) required to accomplish these im tract would have been signed, sealed and delivered -

struggle for years, to be thoroughly Democratic. I it was admitted South,, of the line of thirty- provements.But adds : I on the spot. Alter the er suing State

I Wakulla.We six degrees and thirty minutes north latitude.A Now hero is evidence, ample and complete !; election, Tennessee, i in common with every

In November shall roll I motion was made by Mr. Clay of Ken the great importance of this enterprise contradicting the locofoco misrepresentntion i j other State, presumed to be favorable to Fill l.

a we up a majorityfor have the returns of two precincts only tucky, to amend the same by striking out the is: most apparent when we consider that it is of fusion in Pennsylvania of the Fillmore i iiiore, having hadf! ample explanation of the

-- Buchanan and the Constitution of over in Wakulla, St. Marks and New Port. The words within any district of country set in fact but a branch of our great railroad and Fremont men against the Bu- [:' terms, &c., the one electoral ticket will t ba
two hundred!-Slip, Oct. 7. the Indian tribes where it chaniers. The American party in that State j
ex
now
for
apart issued, and the opposition like mountain
these stands ,
vote at places : from East to West; and the sagacity and is and will make I
and
no bargains:
ists and strong en-
The above was issued in a slip ou Tuesday. Got'ernor'Valkcr, K. N., 98 perseverance! that secured this connexion and ter into no coalition with tho Fremont party, 'I avalanche: will sweep everything beforeltSeparated ,-
It was determined in the affirmative. and. disjointed it ia powerless save
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The official canvass was made on Thursduy, i Perry, Dem., 91 Yeas . . . . I .;. . .31 have pushed the enterprise to its completion, either in the Presidential or State election. ;f in some few local? issues -doubled and bar.

the result of which we annex. It will be Keen : Congress-Hawkins, Dem., 93 Nays . . . . . S. 10 I in a style of woikmanship that will serve asa These positive statements must surprise [ monioua-resistless and overpowering. .

from it that Col. Perry's majority is 30, and ; Baker,. K. N., 88 I On motion of Mr. Rives to strike out the..I pattern: worthy of future emulation, certainly well informed politicians.! There is no fact i j -

-I Judge Hawkins' for Congress 100 Our I Senate-.McBride, K. N., 80 proposed amendment after the word Resolved ; well .deserves our lasting respect and more conclusively settled than that there is :'" A Forgery.

,.. candidate for the State Senate Dr. Lamar, Sniltl ,-Dem., 82 "That," and to interference insert, with the subject of i gratitude.The a perfect fusion in Pennsylvania between the 'I The Nashville Union.of the 26th Septerabcrsays -

receives 115 majority and our House ticket House-Carter, Dem., I 02 any of Fremont and Fillmore. We '
supporters i-The ia
slavery in the territories of the United States, following paragraph goingthe
receives an average majority of 11 0, the low- Barco, K. N., 67 in which it may exist, is inhibited by all theI I important case of Smith and othersvs. could fill our columns with extracts in proofof I rounds of the' know nothing papers. We

F oVt Democrat leading the highest Know No. I Three or four precincts to bear from, which considerations in regard to tho rights and interests i Croom, which has been pending in the the fusion! if it were necessary. A few suppose that it originated at or near this city :

thing 69, and the highest Democrat leading will probably iucreae! Walker's majority to of the inhabitants of the said territories I Chancery Court for many years, was decidedon will suffice.!! Gen. Jackson, in a'l letter to Gen. Armstrong .

the lowest Know Nothing ISO I 40. Wo think tho Democrats have elected the security of the slaveholding States, i Thursday by Judge King in favor of the The following is from the Clarion Pa., i in the days of Mr. Polk, Isid1
and the of the Union which
The result in Leon, to borrow the language the House member and perhaps the Senator, in danger the preceding resolution, as are forbid mentioned I' defendant. An appeal will probably be taken Banner of last week : can't help it (Polk'* determination to appoint

of the Sentinel, is a "total rout, horse, foot though the chances are decidedly in faor of ding any interference with, or action on, tho by the complainants to the Supreme u Our Bnchanan neighbor is sorely exercised I Buchanan his Secretary of State.) I felt it

;aud dragoons, of the Americans." the Know Nothing candidate for the latter.- subject of slavery in the District of Columbia Court. because we have run up the name of my duty to warn him against Buchanan
whether it Mr. Polk"will
was agreeable or not.
V and for the further reason that the -_- Fremont below that of Fillmore.
: VOTE OF L'F OFFICIAL. Slip, Oct. 7.Subsequent. ... ; people Anything find Mr. Buchanan an unreliable ..a.I ..-
of the territories when admitted into the Fusion in Indiana.Our wrong, eh I Wouldn't you and your timeserving -
i- returns to show the know him well lJ and Mr. Polk will yet ad.
appear Union, as States, will be exclusively entitledto party be tickled if a split could be "
L ,:4 I g. I t: election of Carter to tho House and of Mc. decide the q estion of the existence of Know Nothing cotemporary insists brought about. And don't you feel that this mit the correctness of my predictions.
.. u honest democrats form hou-
Now
that there is fusion in Indiana between must
Bride, K. N., to the Senate. Compared with slavery within their respective limits, for. no is your only hope But you are mistaken I "

t-_. the election last year, this result, if correct, themselves.{ the Fremonters and Fil101orite8/and quotes disappointed-and like a whipped spaniel. I est conclusions, and aci accordingly.
; It was determined in tho negative. the New Tribune in driven to hiding places. In the hope of I Gen. ABIUTKOZTO'S administrator and bu
as authority Albany your
: of the House member
is democratic
ifliHlliflHi f a gain I Y eas.e. 10 But neighbor does the Tribune sa'ingany more crocodile tears on the part immediate family know;nothing oldie existence
proof. our ]
i. -. = Senator same as before. Nays .. S S . .. .S S S . SOn 29 of our neighbor we will just inform him that of such letter'and do not hesitat
.(..Jqrcmor.Ccngrtti.. I I Ia motion by Mr. Calhoun, tstico. That paper, while denying a fusion the Fillmore and Fremont any
P I J 216 13 210( 28 5 404 men perfectly understand I to .it a base forgery We call upon -
1.1-: : IWU061 .
pronounce
We are infonred that the contractors on The yeas and nays being desired by one- on Presidential electors, admits it on each other, and are not disposed to I
Waltrer1" 1( 42 28 14 i8 19 16 4 16 368
that
:,.. the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad between.TallaMsse'e fifth of the Senators present, Stalo: and Congressional tickets. We have let him into the secret-this is what troublesthe I papers in. this city *nd elsewhere,

: l: HAWKIXC, 211 1o'5r5 1 till 14 4 1'1 28 6 433 and Suwannee river aro making Those who voted in the affirmative are, now before us the names of all the periol'lsrunning poor fellow-and he will find that all his bavo given circulation to this slander, to ex

Baker, IK 1. !6 C 12 22 1'11S ,4 15 332 Messrs. Calhoun, Cuthbert, Fulton, Lumpkin pretended sympathy for either of the candidates plain ,wh'ere it'came frc-pi and on what aa-
tho fusion and Democratic tickets
y 5 .o .."Sal.e'.4 Uiiv' SOl ,612.8 7 ..lie. 16 z t 16 vi 6431. rapid progress in .preparing; .it for the superstructure : Preston,' Rives, Roane, Sevier Tip h of on will! not give him a vote." thority they have published it. *
;; ; and these will constitute the two
of wood and iron ; and we hope only _, ,
:. ; 94t'P' !'.. 162 11I8 241:4 12 I 16 12 4 14.316. :. Indiana, White. In another article the Banner : ,
says
_ 9 !. 4uenz-Wy. l. I 21W soon to announce purchase of iron rails for. Those who voted in the negative are, divisions into which the voters of tho State : : ,
would that that Look This in Thf Pace I
We inform
V., BLdx.:226: 8I5741 2 1 12 I 6 <46'1lNy.u. lliat road also. Messrs. Allen, of Ohio; Bayard, oJ Dela.. will be drawn in the election which takes gentleman ; -
t : 197' ,:754! 74J2 It 14 'a 1'1 28 ,641'1 ware Jlenlon, of Missouri; Black, of Mississii tbA Fillmore men and Fremont men in Clarion Southern Fillmore. men,- look lImit in the
,* (:iiiiau'c186:' 8'587' fin 14 81728 6'40l In speaking of this work we are reminded, ; place next Tuesday. Oliver P. Morton county are a perfect unit in the State,
>pi Brown, of N. C). BUCHANA.V Clay of The Pennsylvania
Fillmore in
; ; face. men
_ i:0 PARXUhL'tflO4; > 9165 1 16 14 a 16 2V! 6J427 o( our neglect to announce the death_ of Capt. ; I'I hearts tho fusion State ticket for Governor countyAnd District tickets. And then when
1 Ala. Clay of Ky. JGlaylon, of Delaware &
_. ..2aywsd, i46 12 a. 'J 18 2J J 16 le ,314336 ; ; is have,fused with t theFremont ratn, and *"
election in union electoral
the
: October
.- HopVao, J162 11 as 6 13 22 16 11 ,8J141321 John Lipscomb wealthy planter of Madison ,j Critull.den, oJ Kentucky; Grundy, of Tennessee I A. P. Willard' ,that of the Democrats. No over a 'for State tiekatpawhich

Hall, 1170\11\ a 14W 221612 18 '18U county;, \vhich occurred some weeks i isinciiJ ; Hubbard ofN. H; King, of Alabama ; other ticket is in the field. It is a clear fight ticket will be formed and Jamea Plat .pledged tbrir! votes! .a d
:
-. : t .. .*,It ''1 !11D .9 3114 ( : 'Edgefield, S. C.- Capt. L.:was a Lyon, of Michigan ; .Merrick, of-Maryland; ; between the supporters of Fillmore and Fre- form will be most, effectually chawed up.-is all three of the candidate art.but 1*
whether .
il1,1.A But a union Electoral ticket Know Nothing
j. riemoeM J 'OA'I1'.u.J. ,,1ticho .Louisiana Niles of Connecticut out Fremont men We'daroauy
u, ; tho side and those of Buchanan ; .
mont one ,
:'fL:. ja34--_ -.._I ; 'director. of th'eP.. and O. R.: R. Co. liberal ; Norvell of :Michigan.; PIKKCE( ofjJNew; on formed or not,, thc.ro: is no man .here who to deny this' cbaifc IHImor RM& '
; Connecticut : subscriber -and contractor arid omi1 / other. Tho''lines! are drawn with would cast his for Cent James.There .-
# !tif e 'ip1freporll.that in i t a large* Hampshire ;'Robinson':1 Illinois; SnJitb-, of'f Ion }b.e. '," vole. T/en/ the Soath, trejf oVaot'Mtf.'w4 'batl11I01d....
: equal distinctness. on the Congreesionnl t tick-. ,.. < \ .. .
; t ktvV'made'a: cltfar jam of nentty'lposB'cseeC"oPihat' rfuietc energy and Connecticut ; Smith,of ludiana!: ; Strange, of p. {, <- I r to tho Black- IUpqhicVn: t


..,d -;jt o.eF'e"!P iirt&,. :- 1t\e:t'\> .8tet; n. -.. ii Gr t"piib'lic' ) spirif-- ( .so .rarely found 'in the I I North Carolina;,-Swift, of Vcmiont- ; Walkerr-. j, eta, therp- being but. t\vo o -LiO1{ candidates. And the.follow ing from the Phi'adelphia >





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The rra fyi .e Qta w. d .cit. M.:r1bii: '8t1i! Rjat 1 &t cr Hitafc\ EDITORS--I formed bire','?. 1U], : -1 jjGrffSS" SCOTTIvW P00LE] ]3 h-.

I i7.e4)r ) 1a)\ "(s 's V \ hi o t r) I of the IBtb'i1t."lp fidWai&nunicationj' audience on Thursday.night at Hoffman Hall, ". I
Havn&.r'
of trie restoration ol peace-confirmatory of bfo&e D. IL,, Club, jwiio .were stxmnchutifiw Are again in the Market with a Large. and well Selected :- --f JI'.I ..

o I ]r'l1e (u r : ;&: P li: and Blrgmeri'eu By themaaterlef.forts .
prcY ( : !LTerritorJ. !, .er : d, escnpdve of MORE PRIZES. :, .
j' : '4Y'ziabou1cr.ain Col. ParkhiH, of Florida arid"Mr. "

Governor Geary, it'appears: is no temporizer ; political speeches made by certain Montague, one of. the Electors from, Vir.. FALL AImID W lmirlEOO STL 7,805" V-Iz SJ t'9 .t,

be stands s straight up to his duty, noVleaning D&npefate,-myself among jhe number. ginia. ,______ ;

,< to either" 'of.. the late contending fa"tions.Tllc .- I He.,made freo use of my name in his unpolished The former gentleman arraigned Mr. Fill- Only 1&OOpJASPZE 11' *"'J' :. 4.
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inhabitants, generally becoming acquainted t; rtiiqve, and especially a speech made more and his avowed Philadelphia] national .qOTJ5TY ACADSHT'LOTTERY.-

; wi'h his character for impartiality, ;. by-me at the Mineral Springs. council anti-12th section platform and the IT is our intention to sell at the Lowest Cash Prices and we ask the Public to call and .uamioe '
great Philadelphia Bible and constitution our goods before their Our stock embraces variety of Ladle Dreg
in the laws. The lIe making purchases. every .
; reflPdbHt vpbolding I first gives length to his gutia perch and no platform"convention which nominated Goods-Robes, Mantles Laces and Embroideries Ac. Gents and Boys Clothing, Household r. '.' ... -* ....:

1 quieting influence r of his presence, wherever I t conscience in saying that I spoke for "two him and which repudiated the great founda. and Plantation Goods. [ST AUTHORITT OP THE'*TATB OF.CXOJtaiA.J
tion MAKTLES--Our Itock Mantles, Talmas Cloaks, Scarft and Shawls i h large and of the latest style im.pcrted .
t he goes) is frit ; and bis'snccfss in dispersingthe j and a half long mortal hours." Well principle of the American Union-that .
certainly of State's by George Brodie the most fashionable house In New York style are Eugenie, Josephine, Eg
,i unlawful armed bands a mailer of sin- I his watch (if he had one,) like his elas. He Rights. f JUntinc. Empress, Leonete. Cuban &C. and of every color in vogue.iFASHlON'ABLE CLASS ;R. -

ceie.cong' \ultion.! ] The Fiemontnewspa. tic tried Mr. F. before an honest jury of BONNETS--Untrimsned and Trimmed, Hair. Tuscan English Straw, Rutland Lace mob, drawn October.: 15tb. 1856 at Concert Hall '
. : \ veracity was just one hour too fast for his peers, aud proved from incontrovertible ',and China Pearl, Fancy and Mourning Bonnets Rigolettes and wire Bonnet frames Misses Bonnets and JL Mfloon;Ga,under tbe sworn ft1perictead.ac. efCoL
: pers, hg\\-'rr, are exttcmely? grieved: that the gentlemen there knew Hats, and and Hats for small children.
that I spoko only one documentary testimony of Mr. Fillmore's own Caps Guo.M. Logan and J AJ. A.Niibf t, Eaq.
intestine war"is over ; nnd this is'natural hour LACES White and Black Silk Laee. Blood, Real Valenciennes and Bobinet Brossrf, Frcnch and English
and
half. No and from
j I
a doubt from the smallnss speeches writings, the speeches and thread Lnceil.EMBROIDERIES.French CAPITAL $15,000 !
cOasifleHiig that the bioou of I itie slain in of the writer's brain resolutions in tho council and convention Emb'd. Hemstitched
; it took quite that Cambric and Dimity Bands Edgings, Inserting and Flouncings, .
; that Mr. 1 Prueof.. ..... &.OOO u..r.. ...$15.000
: Ivnnsas served the purpose poetical cnpi- I time to reach its organic centre. I Fillmore stands side by side with I I Linen Cambric and Printed Handkerchiefs. 1" ...........S.OOQ ,;. .". .....5.000
Mr. Fremont COLLARS and White Diced. Tarlcton. Black .
AND Cambric Book.
and SLEEVESBlack Crape, Mourning
his
: free-soil in all .......
The ofsupb party 1 ... 2.000
I "jl. wafiisgB papers as thecw I He next indulges in tirade of I I and White Collars trimmed with Linen Habits Collars etc.I 1a..1o..00Q.
a Bengal
opinion by the abolition bugles anr\.Slee.es. Mourning .
doctrines they ever promulgated, 2" ... .......1,000 arc............ ,(
YOlk Tribune &ro unmistakable evidences I saying that all I said was without truth or and that this doctrine and party arc even I I VEILS-Lace-,Tbules Black and Blonds.White Silk nett A-c. illusions Love, White Black and fancy colored Veils Embroidered 5" ..... .. ...liDO are...".,.'. .....t.500t

wished for the Crapes ... .. ... .......
civil 100ar .
that they continuance of I foundation in fact, or something equivalent. more dangerous in this section from the fact RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS splendid assortment of rich Bonnet and Sash Ribbons and winter I 75 ,600

strife, and even murder, for base and selfish Xow if the writer judges that those of them who are not abolitionistin ; trimmings. Neck and Belt Ribbons, Mohair head dresses Swansdown Victorine and Cuff Chenile Trim 29 Approximations" of 160 Prize.' are 1,000
my opiuions and and Beautiful French Flowers and bun 60 2$ art 1.MO
principle deceived mings of Moue Antique Velvet, Gimp Galons Ta'ieh, Bugles .
are and will not "
purpos S. I facts I by the source from whence come his for examine : ches. Wreaths Tabs, and bead ornamcnts, Birds of Paradise it from themselves, and are now using their i GLOVES HOSE &C- Ladies and Gents Wool and Cotton Hose and Gloves, Buck Gauntlets. Silk'' 100 10 are 1.000
Gov. Geary a ]letter in the I I must tell Silk
appears own him
I
do not tako the Ad. I best efforts tn induce tho men Maryland to ; Mitts Gents grey Lamb and Cashmere Socks Childrens town made Boots, Ladies silk and wool undershirts. ;i 7.,50O Prizes of 181 art....:...;.. ...13.:10
Baltimoie; Sun, bad visited the Famous town t vertiser or Brotcnloic's vote abolition I II 1- --
f Whig, but obtain them an ticket. Col. arraigncd Gents WOOl} and Silk undershirts. Drawers ttc. 1I
of Tcpiiia, and tbo' inhabitants thereof were at least from a source reliable and !! the antecedents of )h. Fillmore dur- I LADIES DRESS GOODS.-Robes of Silk and Cashmere DcLaine Robes, Broche and Black fled do. Silks i I 7,803 PRIZES AMOUNTING TO $101,0001 I II
authentic :1 his i Moire Antique Black and Striped Poult de Soie, Gro do Rhine Glace and watered. Black Lustrine. Sin- I Tickets $10-Halrea .5-Q..rtan .UO-
*; rdornc
precise, disposed to be quite intractable ; and newspapers for information. The whole j: stop at the (to him disagreeable) duty of I I Poplins. Moreen, Washblond illusion Elastic belt*. Argentine,Etafie de Sole Debeges Challiea Cashmeres I I Persons ending money by ,mail oed act far hi
my
feigning, the Fugitive slave bill, which was | Chatelaines, Sat du chine Robes, Black and Colored Alpacas Hoop. Skeleton and Whalebone .
I lotto Order punctually attended Cooaranicatioo
being to.
enin'aa, in bold marmer, gave the Gover- I gist of his decrcpid effort imbibe the mean } three measures for the North and one for Skirts, Wool hoods Grass Cloth a fine assortment of full and second Mourning Good., and a large stock cori dential. Dar notes of toad baak

to' uaderstaad that he might suppose himselfto I spirit of partisan prejudices, as he concludesthus I I the South. I. of other I taken at ptr. .

be the legal Governor but he (the fpcakei5. : "To think, Mr. Editor, of a He showed that he not only votcdon .one ccD 9 Those wishing particular ovnbei tbould crier in-

.}- considered 5Ir. Robinson as the real man who thinks himself he is very smart young to occasion with the northern abolitionists towards I Back and fancy colored Casaimcrcs and Cloths, Caslmnretts, Fancy prints, English do, Earl toa Gingham mediately.Address JAMES F. WItT _, '

Governor, aid thai ho conscientiously: felt two and the admission of colored foreigners to I Marl plaids and stripES, weeds, Satinets, Turkey Red, Furniture prints and gimp. Crash. Pillow Case Cotton i Manager. Ma ue.O orfk.
speak a half hours to eight or ten I the rights American citizenship, but that ,i and Linen, Fancy Ginghams and Volrets, B. E. Diaper Green Baize. Furnitnre Checks Table Damask. Pongee Sep.20. 1858. 38

that he.owed fealty to no other. Many: others I plain farmers, who did not understand half ho voted consistently throughout, without :a Htlkf.. Sponge Cloths, Patent Towels. Ti. kiIlo"8. Cambric, Mull Muslin Nainsook and Jaconet do.Brilliants, .

: wished to interrogate the Governor, and I the he said single exception with such Brown, nol'and.! Stay binding Domestic Ginghams, Cotton Flannels &c. Law School
Adams
pretty things and then say if this I men HEAVY GOODS-Osnaburgs, Bi.own Shirting: and Sheeting. Jeans Denims. Shirting stripes. Manchester .

others! desired to commit him to their own line I! i is not opening his battery the wind." Ipresume i Giddings Slade and others on all: such ques. stripes, Sea Island Bagging, Twine, Bed, Saddle and Negro Blankets Fancy Blankets, Head Hdkfa I THE undersigned propoeca to est Ukh a LAW

(policy.] '. To all these persons he had but I "American" I tions. Like a true ]lawyer, with a strongcase I r Plains. Kerseys and Twills. I 10 the City of TallaaaMee for th. instruction
. did not include himself he relied entirely) on the testimony of CLOTHING.-Gentlcmcns Clothing of every color and price a large stock of Overcoats and Talmas of er- I of students in Jai wprodmee, eompriataf

one rep'.y : I among these "plain farmers;" for had he been r tho other side, and in no instance did he i cry style Whirlpool Bavlan. Bearskin. Riwik'ic. pants and Yeses of every variety and made up after theve'ry I Constitutional History and Law. Common Law,Cpm
,. Gentlemen, 1 come not to treat with but I he would have Democratic quote I latest style. BOYS AND CHILDREN CLOTHING for every age and sire. Gutta Purcbs. Clothing .I mercial and Criminal Lav and quit -
There is now in this Territory j one, displayed his malicious I authority. ; to protect"against rain and cold, Gents mufflers, Linen Bosom Shirts Fancy French do, Byron and !I His design is and his.cadearor will be throap th '
to govern you. i igrorance, as is exemplified in the Advertiser; Mr. Montague followed with a regular old I Standing Collars. Undershirts Drawers &e. i medium of lectures, examinations recitation. and *

no other Governor than John W. Gean". but he did irginia, Democratic soul-stirring speech, HATS AND CAPS Finest wool Fur and Silk Hat*, also Caps for men boys and infants. i iI : Moot Courts, to communicate a knowledge of the*
and
I will! protect the lives and property of every i I understand that too more that aroused the blood of each Democrat and I BOOTS AND SHOES--Ladies, Gents, Boys and Gills Boots! and Shoes to s'uit cvery size of fout and of 0: respective departments the great system of l.I law-

peace loving and l law abiding citizen with ail j than: his sensitive conscience could bear.j .- nerved him to stand his every variety of quality and price. I to instil tbeir principle*'into tbe mind and initiate tbe
committed fearlessly up to duty CARPETING--Tapestry Brussels 3 ply Ingrain, Hemp Drugget and oil Cloth Carpets, Velvet and Ta- i student into the rules of practice. thus preparing bin
the to I
power me. will punish j The "pretty! things, no doubt, showed in too and to move toward the eradication -
every energy pestry Rugs, Chenile and Tufted do, Matte and Matting. fur the important duties of Li* profession.
every law bieaker. 1 will not fox a moment I vivid colors on the imagery of his mind. As of this foul faction, who are strivingmost CROCKERYReal China Ware Common do. Cut Glass Setts. &c. I Tallahassee is favorably situated for affcrdinf facilities

tolerate any questioning of 1113 authority.Every .- ( of them ignorantly) to pull down this HARDWARE--Cornices. Curtain Bauds. Patent Sail Irons H.itcheU, Axes Planes Straw Cutters SitUI I in aid of the plan proposed trot oolj to students -
person in :savor of restoring peace to j regards being a young man, I should always I glorious union, tho fairest fabric of I sage Cutters, Corn Shelters Brace and Bitta Screws Knives and Forks. Pockets Knives. Angers Fire from all parts of florid but to boae eZra from

this distracted Territory can themselves :' prefer remaining so if he is only a tolerable that God self.gov.eminent Dogs, Shot Belts. Locks. Pots,Ovens Teakettles Cov'd, Spiders Spriug Balances. Wheel Barrows Ox I I South Georgia and Alabama, the Supreme Court of
range I ever built up and protec Yokes, Curry Combs Cross cut Saws Handsaws Well Wheels Hames Plumb Bobs Cotton Hooks, the State. the District Cc-crt of the United States aad
under m\. banner;. all others I will i i specimen of old men, for it i is necessary when I ted.Messrs. Nails. Smith's Bellows Anvils Vices &c. .. I I the Circcit Court of the county betncj all held here.

innt as.b. ;'ndits and robbers and I will ex- j old men have abused their years by become I Editors by the way adding more WILLOW WARE, NOTIONS &C--Shell. Ivory, Horn and Rubber Combe, of a'.l l kinds Cloth and I, the Chancery-Court of thilatttr brioyj'always opeo.

til p:1tetU) such nt the point of the bayonet | that damning proof to the overwhelming evidence 4Hair Brushes. Colognes Lip Salve Ladies work Boxes. Glass Weights Shaving Boxen. Bracelets Necklaces i giving opPOrtunities bearidr arguments and eing
Don't talto me about slavery or freedom iug political demagogues, young men educed by Col. P. I hand of jet and fancy colors Puff Combs, Satchels Crumb Brushes. Crying Babies, Toys, Whips. Puff I! the pleading and practice in all of them. -
State |! should at least presume to defend those rights to you a copy of* J Boxes, Shaving Soap Balm of 1000 Flowers. Lnbins Extracts Hair Ods, Elastic Cord Hair Pins Hooks I., Tbe course will be divided into two tenM. ezela-
flee men or pro-slavery men-until t ]letter of Mr. Fillmore, which I keep aboutme and Eyes, English Pins Buttons Eyelet Machines Envelopes, Needles, Lead Pencil Silt Purses Port I sive only of the two months of August and September
\vc Lave restored the benign influence ofleace that they hxve forfeited and ignored. I would to confound Southern Know-Nothings, '?' Monais, Armlets Thimbles Pipes Brooms, Letter and Foolscap paper, Whale bones-, Belts, Clasp, I I and the short period during wbieit: the Chief Joi -

to this beautiful country-until we I cite the writer to Pit's reply to :Walpole who assert the soundness of his doctrines on Tubs &c. I I i tice will be absent on official duty.,

lirive punished the mmderer and driven out !' on being accused of being a young man. I the principle in question. CROCERIES. i: Moud Tbe Y first in October session ensuin will commence 6n the second

the bandit and rabble and returned tht in- :STATES
,
RIGHTS
I Xow, Mr. Editor, if "American,'' who is so t OF THE EIGHTEENTH I. THOMAS BALTZELL.
t/jstrio'is: : citizens to their homes and claims. t I WARD. Baltimore Roe Herring Sugar Powdered. Crushed and Granulated Goebcn Butter Sosp Coffee. Crackers' i- ?epL O. 18 6-2t f S8

DiMi'l I piajr you, embarrass me with these :! much opposed to young men's precocity and Maccaroni. Che-Me, Candles Snuff. Tobacco, Segars. Cheroots Onions Pickle. Piccalilli. Brandy Peaches. !. Advertiser Apalachlcola; Watchman.TLomaarQIe;

political questions. Yon shall all, without I he being matured in years, 1 advise him to I 0:7 Derangement of the Liver Vanilla, Fresh Shad Halibut, Salmon, Lobster and Sardine,Tomato Catsup. Worcestershire Sauce Fresh ]: Argus, Bambriihje; Sentinel, Talbha.t.;will please
I Peaches Quinces, Apples. Green Peas Quince. Currant and Peach Jellies Strawberries Pine Apple Cauton i: copy twice and lead bi'ht to Adrertiser.Tallahassee .
distinction of party, be protected. Tliis is commence school and recruit his understand i Is one of tbe most common as well as the most for- Ginger. Starch Saleratus Ginger Snaps, Dried P acbes. Castile Soap. ilackcral.! Powdtr Not, Brandy drops. j -- --'- -

not a time to talk about part'h n men, 1 ing: and then perhaps he may be able to comprehend I midable of diseases known to American physicians.It .- I I Jelly Cake,Candy and Sugar Plums Nutmegs, Cinnamon Teas Smoking and Chewing Tobacco Lard Oil, I
I women and children] are daily murdered and Burning Fluid Ac. October 4, 1856. 40 Female
!
all lthe pretty things menfc.pc.ik. had fur years attiacted the closest attention of the
f. driven fjom ihtir homes. In GOd'n3me I young I I
I ---------------- Oollogro.rpll .
I am respectfully, &c., I medical faculty in all parts of the United States, and I -
t rise f.rl monent above ;party and coiitt-m- I Lumber. t E Trustees of the above
taalitut
Groceries &c. take
yet up to the time of the discovery of Pr. M'Lanc's !i I n pleu-
j.jttt' your d\'s as men and patriots. IlU E. M. GRAHAM.G i -t. ure in announcing to the public that have
I great Specific, prepared by Fleming Bros, of Pittsburgh :; Received X. Y.: and N. Orleans : "TE Live on hand Five or Six hundred Thousand they
: "ur fricnd:, your fellow-citizen: moved by no .I jl Just from feet of good SEASONED LCMBE& of dis- succeeded in procuring the services of a Faculty from
; ether impulse'than the good of the bona fide .\LVISTOX, '1'EX.":, Sept.t II, '5(5.(; I Pa, it was almost beyond the reach of medical i i and Superfine Flour cription. which will be delivered in Tallabasse every low.- I! whose well kn;.wn ability experience and anceesa aa

I inhabitants: of this Territory, and the protection ; Editor of Floridian : i' .Li; !. Thousands Lad perished without even a hope /, EXTRA and Crushed Sugar Those wishing Lumber can address us at Cectreville. teachers, they can guarantee to all who patronis the
I of relief, and ; ti.ouli thou..,: :.."j yf !"f" doatineil i' Rio and Prime old Java Coffee Bills sawed at abort notice Institution advantages eqnal to those of any lostita-
of their lives and properly. \Vhen j Dear Sir: It has been some time since I ; feel the direful ChoeolrUe. Crushed Sugar Jlaccawa: A. R. COMBS & CO. I tion in the Southern States. It is sincerely hoped
to effects of this most dis-
peace shall be restored, I will see that every: have communicated with to complicated I" Pickles, White Wine Vinegar, Sept. 27, 1355. 89 I that the people of Florida. Sou hero Georgia aad
I jnan of you is protected in his political I you, owing various ;| case, it is now, hanks to the search of Dr. M'Lane'smost I,. Candy. Green and Black Tea, -- -- --- -- ----- --- East Alabama will evince by their liberal patrooagt.
llts." circumstances, but I hope hereafter to completely brought within the ecope of medical Brown Soap Toilet Soaps, their preference to home Institutions and there /
1:
: Tax :
? ; 'i > : and Ready and Fig Tobacco, Collector'sLast evade the considerable expense the many risks and inconveniences
The was instant and enthusiastic. i be more regular in my correspondence. control The proprietors, Fleming Bros., I Pittsburgh Rough
response Powder, Shot and Lead, of sending their daughters tar flora
A vote was immediately passed to sustain I The campaign }has opened in this State, :: Pa., of the Liver Pills feel confident that they offer a Linseed Oil, White Lead and Putty Notice. j, home.

die Governor, and when he left the town of ]; though not with as much enthusiasm as I I remedy which baa been fully tested t.y.time: :and Winter Bleached Lamp Oil The Institution is furuixbed with: an extensive i Chemical -'

Topeka the people assembled en masse and j I I wi.K-h has never failed of success vhea fairly tried. Burning Fluid, Star aiid.Sperm Candles. I PROPOSE to be at the following places at the j I Philosophical and Astrooornkal Apparatus .
could ". Uh to the fact of the with Musical Instruments of all
owing kinds
{ overwhelming times specified below to collect the Taxes still and auraI -
six: enthusiastic cheers for Governor I I tjT": Purchasers will be careful to ask for Du. M1 i'- ALSOAn say '
gave
I| strength of ti-e Democracy. Tex. i ii LINE'S CF.LLBaATEXJEMIFLGF. manufactured Fluid Solar and Hall due for the year 1856. Persons will confer a favor, I ber requ titc.
of Lamps-
assortment !
(;{J.rJ.rnis was another: great moral tri- Ly both upon me and upon themselves by being punctual The excrvwr* of the Institution will eommencA oo
umjh. V.T* .1 ltligljlful to contemplate, and is i I i as is so certain for Buck and Breck that I FLEMING Buos. of Pill bllrg. Pa. All other Y..r.I I ALSO as I shall be compelled necordiug to law in such 1 I the second MONDAY in October neat.FACULTY .

bright feather in the Governors cap. !! hardly any one thinks it at all necessary to :i mifuge.", in comparison are worthless. Dr. M'Lane's : Thomaston Lime. cases, to l levy on all those whose payments are not 1i i :

\Lt: a change week's energetic impartial exertion and in fact there is j"genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills Hvdraulic Cement &., .(c. made previous to the 1st day of o\'cmber-that be- JOHN A. GRANT, A.M., Prore.asor.ft Mathematics
| use any great I For Sale by G. A J. MEGINNI5S. ing the time of closing the Books: and Natural Science.A. .
] administration of affairs has produced i ; can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores. Xuiiegfnvine
i i danger of the Democracy becoming too apathetic I ; October 4, 165C. 406tI Saturday, October. 4. Bjrd's Store Jliccasukie, L. O'BRIEN. A. M, Professor of Language sad
here! I Instead of the reign of terror, with i ictery vil'ionl the iiijnaltireof 39 I 6, Jackson's Bluff, Moral Science.

nan thirsting for the blood of his cue- ,:' through this great certainty. During !I FLEMING BROS. j Fall and Winter Goods. .It 13 7. Fort Bradeh i. MRS. L :E. GRANT, Principal of Ornamental) Do-

ins, confidence is being rottored, squattersare the last State elections the State gave a {! Sold] at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and I CentreTille partmcnL
rpHE Subscribers are receiving their FALL and 14, Holland A Go's, Mills, ,
retuning to their claims, and hope is i ]large Democratic majority. Several of our /j jt I by one agent in every town in the South.HAEEIED. 1'.1 WINTER Goons consisting of Dry Goods Hard- I. 15, Flagg'b Distillery I MISS B. R. LIGNOSKI L C. GRANT Principal, Assistant of Music

n;aiij dawning upon this country.-Savannah j i t merchants, who have been to the North to 'I. I, Groceries, Crockery.. China, Glass and Wooden to 16, Roach's ;X Roads MISS ELIZABETH LEYINESS, AseUtanl D.parfrn.ot.Teacher
Georgian; i I I War. Bo-ils and Shoes Clothing, Hats, Caps, Bon 17, Young's, Lake Jackson in Music.
lay in their winter supplies, though before I ne1!s. dc, Ac. FIT sale l h"v .. 18, Tompkin's Old Mill. By order of tie Board of.Trustcse.p .
I
The Wife I thc-ir departure strong Fillmoreans, say that On Weflnpsilrty evening, September 2 Ith! by !, G. & J. MEG IXXI5S.I L. C. DEMILLY. Tallahassee. Sep. 20,'56. 88
.
I
Clay.
oMfenry o
.
i the Her. W. II. Crane Mr. JOHN T. October 1, 135C. ---:0-8t Tax Collector, Leon Co.
UARVIX to M.EB j ___
j the South them I _
J.V2CS B. CLAV, the son of HENRY CLAY their duty to requires to vote J Jj 1 I
Aw VANMUMAN, all of L< cn c<>uuty. I OFFICE TALLAHASSEE R. R.CO
supports BrciiAXAX and for this he }his j I for the nominees of the Democratic party, for .| Bonnets, &C, TAKE XOTlCE.-Wben not at the precincts I September 16tb, 1856. J l ,
_
pursued j I ?E5 P' -- --T --_!- ---? I i above named, I can be fonnd at the Drug Store of E.
by the Louisville Journal and the other the) perceive that tho contest in the Xorthi I j!I OBITUARY. FUST Received an aoitment f Bonnets Artifi Barnard. c. L. D. I IN pursuance orders adopted at a meeting of the-
Flowers, Rouches dc. .. Board of Directors f the
Sept. 27. 1S5 :9-tf < Tallahassee Railroad
i Buchanan and Fremont
States between I Io I
know nothing organs with a recklessness ofslander f rn was i MADTSOS II. IEWIX, son of r. B. Irwin F.', died -ALSOBcboe's :? Company, held on tbe ICth instaot. the rates of Pa.I *-

\\ : a parallel. To such length : and that I'illiiiorc was hardly] COlli i o;, on the night of the 17th September, at 8 millutt'I past I I f Fall Fashion of Gentlemen Hats, For Sale. I I sage-fare and Transportation wu Goods will be n-

has this J been carried has i! eidered in the field. Massachusetts, it is said, 0? o'clock, aged 15 years, 11 months 17 days. {I,! ::1. Men and Boys Cloth Caps. I duced as follows, riz: .
that his mother
I Ii I!;h For Sale by" (;. A J. MEGINNI .I From! and after the let October next all op-freitbt

felt called! upon to address the following noteto : will give Buck and Breck a large majori-i i His youth was noble--wherefore mourn ; :'October 4, 1850.. 40-6t T AT on Beautiful Clinton Location Street where the I now reside I now paying Twenty-Five Cent. per hundred parade
I Kind tha to trod -. near College. on the Road will be reduced to Twenty Cent .
I how much ] i ij parents taught path i"------- per -
not l
ty, though know dependence There five acres of Land attachedto
are over
las of her late which
executors; husband, t t i: Though all may.sigh i tho Lucian gone- hundred poundo. .
Public.
they have puli.bcd : j w.e can place upon the report. The news.is j ji i He staid with us"now lives with pod. To the tbe residence undivided by streets; on the premises I From and after the Ist, October" next. One Dollar
i fine Garden Stable Corncrib
:j I A BROTII ER LASH, upholsterer and Matrass manu a Carriage house will be charged for passage-fare from .TallahaeMa to
September 18 18[,. i almott too good to be true. j DAVID Negro houses, a splendid Well of cool water and '
j good SL and the ,
I|I BIG Si-Eivr.; FIJL September 20,1 IR56. : from the Blind Assyluru, New York Marks same from St. Marks to Talkhaa-
T JuJ! 7. A. Martiall .I! Tcilans under the conduct Cistern. There are several beautiful Squares on the I' .
and J. 0. Harris, Lq. A company I i respectfully tenders his thanks for past favors aud Ite.I
---- -- --. %Vest and North side of the suitable
College for residences -
Gentlemen fbip ; sohci's continuance patronage, which he will endeavor I The responsibility of tbe far the Condition -
:Having! from time to | Wheaton tbe District Attorney of i ii a Company
set.n of Jno. A. which I will sell at private sole. This is a rare
; merit. has hand all kinds of Mat i of Goods. their
time tbo l $ 't1tRl5.; to He on i ceases on delivery' the Depot.
most allusive and offered those
to who
unjust attacks j the judicial district, will soon leave for I rasses, and will manufacture to order Spring }alrni1- opportunity persons may desireto I to Consignees or thrir Wagons or DTBT
made upon ray son, James B. 'Clay in the in his lino. ResicSbce the locate in Tallahassee and educat i their children in I BY ORDER OF
thing on corner TUE PIIKSIDSXT.
battle for the rights of the South. j jt I OF ST. MARKS.ARRIVED sea or any either of the male female .
of this
Louisville .Journal, I had.hoped that .-, Kansas to PORT East of the Post-office. or Colleges city nn- i Attest: R. A.SHIXE Secretary.

the many who I had professed to be tht among fiieiidi i t I do' not think there is much occasion for I Tallahassee October 4, 1856. 40 surpassed the gentlemen by none in charge for the of ability the above and acquirements institutions.For of I Sept 27, 1856. 39

-., ofthe father, might be found some willing !, it, jut there may be. In my humble opinion Oct. 3. Brig Samp on. Murray New York. FOR SALE OR RENT particulars apply to JOHN R. LLOYD. t Charleston So.
Ca.
and aiixious to vi ticate?' the son, knowingal : a pornpany whose objcct'is a peaceful settle- I II 5. Brig Mystic, Fish. New York. Sept. 27, 1866.. 39-tf

tinny of them must know, the injustice and I CLEARED 1Y TURrENTIKEORCIIARD PLACE --- WM. M. LAWTON & CO.
will effect more good than an of i .1 I I .
army
uairuths contained in -those attacks. But as j men! Oct. 4. Schr. Wild Pigeon, O'Lcary New Oiltans-! .LI seven miles from New Port, containing. I' No. 563.-
Land, 40 ) boxes cut,
: 1200 acres or 50,000
SEA ISLAND COTTON
such: !hopes to be fruhlese belligerents. I IN PORT FACTOM.
appear repugnantas Iv worked one year. ()oMroarAaLr. DWELLING HorsE
it IS to me to appear many way before I During the past two 'weeks we -have been :i Brig E. Remington, Sawyer, C. A. Coo, Whitty, and REQUISITE. OVTBCILDIXGS. For terms apply -. -... --

the rmblic, I feel that his a duty that I owe II j favored wilL several delightful rains, which Sampson Murray. Mystic, Fish. lo; JAMES ORMOND. WM. M.Joexru. LAw-roN R. .;'wmifivr BAC.O.
to the of Sebr. Julia Halleck, (ashore.) New Port, October 4, 1856. 40-4t T. DILL, WOIlOP LAWTOX. Ja
I memory my husband to say to you, I have been quite acceptable to the people] ofdie _h Sept. 15, 1856. 37>im
Ills executors, and through yoja to the public, I NOTICEOF ,
Reward.
Island they have replenished our .
City, as Executor's Notice. >
made
: thltt.the."Jarges against1 my son Jamesjfl : FLORIDA.IliBTI :
utterly and cisterns, \vhich the long drought had nearly] i will to the lIon. A BSCONDED from the premises of the I
unqualifiedly false ; that he months after date, present i
J7\_ Subscriber about the 10th i Vi. Y. PETTON !. M. PnsUs. '
SIX September a ,
: j Js> >esscd tbe love, respect and confidence of emptied, and revived our shrubbery} which} Court of Gadsdcu county, my account t slave n"med EMILY. a Mulatto aged about : -. .
ASSJHTLD
and vouchers, as executor of the eette of John W. Withdrawal of Additional ; ( BT CoKTrTTTT PlOrXSCOtJ.) :
uss father
and was ever to both his father from the cause. five feet two three 4"g.
: had suffered greatly same twenty-five years or I '
for
deceased, md at the same time apply a exercUe of this IrulUntiob Wifl .
?
be
Malone rjinE .4
rr
and myself a most affectionate- and datiiul The Legislature adjourned on the 1st inst. final dischafe from the further administrat ion'uf said inches high, and weighing eomewhat about 180) or. 140 pounds.Her LANDS IN FLORIDA. i 1 on Monday the dlh'day of October-atsL lU d.t .
front teeth are decayed.The j jFURTIIER
fon
always endeavoring alleviate THOMAS MUNROE. o'clock A.M. ...
; our sorrows estate. I
months. The above reward will be for her in
of
session two paid lodgment
after a nearly I
: and add to our happiness. Quinoy October 11, 1856. 41-6m Ik U important that Students entering: then.la.ld
the She i. of .
;' His father tok his advice in'the making of '! resolution calling an extra session in the Jail being, or in delivery the rincinity to of owner.Tallahassee. suspected in pursuance lands of the in act entitled An I be present on.th first day of th* aeattoq. ::}' .. ,
public alternate .
The COLLCGUTE
sections DtTAaTMsxT
,iu last.will, and at all times advised and con- event of the success of the Black] Republicans Notice COLUMBUS C. KIMG. to the States of Florida and Alabama to aid in the I I entire coarse of Ancient.tangaaget embraoM,3kthasiteg*fall.

; suited freely and affectionately] wi hhimhav. I was not carried. Two Floridians from SIX weeks after the the first Judge publication of Probate of this of notice Leon Quincy October 4, '66 40--4t [Sent. Copy. construction'of certain railroad. in said Stat .,," approved I the usual English branches taurhi in SoUOMra Q d 'ii

: ag .confidence j'A his love and will apply to 17th May 1856 instruction were communicated i ges. The Labrat rj *' J.WfC..dplendid
integrity judge week '
here last
Hi i Jefferson Co. passed through county for letters of administration on the estate of Turpentine Farm, for Sale.TJ by this office to the laud officers at ..NrwxAvsVILLX i let of Apparatus with Charts Ma &..'
I4 '
v J
lie* I' having come over to look out for a suitable Richard Regan, late of Leon county ILC.GRISSETT.deceased. 'QR Sale about eleven hundred acres or land t tol and TAXf' .71erida on the 6th ;inst for the The FKKTAUTOKI DrxAUKairc wflV.e aB
: was not with Lis father at the time of withdrawal], and suspension from sale or location until the studies' in
: taught 'l-Ti-rniy
secured ? with small farm and ,and "rjr ntLudtuM.' :
havc a improvements
Lag death, it bfan; the expressed desire of his :j location, which, I believe, they., October 11, 1856._41-6w_ will be getber sold at a bargain inquire of further orders of the following described lands, a, Great attention, ;pai ij to the tnoral Jooodnct *C I

; father knowing tie condition of his familjln I and will take possession of it some time drying JOHN H. RHODES or A. P.FULLEY.Walulla. falling within tb*probable limits of selection of the Studenla. *. -

: distant State npori'a new place, among : the coming '! fall. t- Executor's Notice Fla, October 4, 1 856. 40 wit Tampa: Bay Main Stem railroad, in said_State, to 'UPE OP'TE23I. .i'. .: -k 4
of tbe last will and '
*tn >gers, and Lis wife in feeblfi/health, LerWf \ I Florida will give a large Democratic THE undersigned. Executor late of OFFICE AT.HEWN ANSYILLE. Tb. Tuition. Teefcr A.:. bas fu ttO
Lot hope nt o(&. N. Branch deceased Money! Money Money !! For the Common EegCsS Ktaoehe .
lately bereaved of (ather-that lie '' *; W
,bould a majority in the coming Presidential dec. Leon county hereby gives notice to all persons having All the lands situated uvth of the body of lands Contingent Expense,, .; ..- .- t* .'l -
not leave them and go lo' him. : the demands agan t bid ertate to present them proper. WHY BE WITHOUT MONEY ? heretofore withdrawn for the Cedar Key Branch rail Board can be obtained t" t' "
to ey at moderaf
-lIe.r.ca.c; present his lather's funeral, di. tion. Trusting to her)known loyalty, IT autheaticated.'within. the time prescribed by law. road ; wit of the lina which divide* range twenty Payable quarterly in adyaw. *>' ,II ratw.'

0,.!f't't tbe l pte& fer. Constitution and-tbe Union, I have made sev- or this notiee will be pleadwHri bar of their recovery ;. WHEN'it is jwt as full easv.not for if any one to be around four and twecly-5te; and .orfl.or the line dividing For a Ca ta1ou.. or fattte tobraaiW., .* rsi'f p.
those indebted requested to make a pocket u ; tJaer-'ythink to. -
g, r6r.r niol ti ci aDd.Jo'' f1mfort to .ertl bets'on the event of the .contest.. Im- and all im adiftt ly. are JOHN.a BRAtfOH Erfn payment I baTe got a new'.ajticle from which from fly&.to townthir-lImetten'ind twenty B.CUyton. Maitinl. TsflabAugast2,186. J1eriGa.. ..
i.
: .
idQW4o hU l.1.11 '54kr.'W.w are going on r"piclJ] iitour, city, October 11. 1856._. 41-6w ": twenty dollars a.day.can be made, either by male or OFFICEAT TAMPA. 31-It- ,
$avhuh.od' 'aira. t provcmenta : jcrqalo.It is highly respectable business and an artwle AH the' lands situated wit of the line dividing : t.- "- I
;. */'..ames, :bould''bc"tKe 1 ope ol r which UfdS fai IjI1Li i ; to' be i9n .oqoecpte T $20H6ward, TTT which -wanted ill rery
: Aa"ta-.. 'f. and although* it lULU L'_"'beuYnJ-posgfssor 1 ', jpl; Q; l :+- WILL givc'TweotflteHart" to any 'per oI who, and&-I.will he1oee'me forward Ifreturo two dollars mail by raaH a' Circalar at my, with risk line which Given divides under m.r'hmd.townships at thirty the General and thirty Land-oni Offioe: JL TS General hereby gjvm that apA e tk>b'wiH bq.to 11\-
'
bos&between .
JL. Clyatvflle ,
Iwn t., Tfllde atj sWand) duriog.my life-time 'r1JidaIdi; of the city .i is exrellcnt!J t.; ,tbe'gentlemen LSw will des &dejmr-oiw atw*i&.Bfcffvnle* FIn- a black horse.He .- full instructirns in the art Tile business is very easy.. at Uxi City of Washington, thia ninth day. of next .Aatemblj for a ef tb"&UU'W.f r--.atuth ih'

.t I partly. medical hlvelnd lit- seen Try it, if you are out of employment and you will 8fpbim"be 8SS' Town p
ou-alng to- the iutnb1lngi4itiIOU5'thiiot of tbe professioni w heavy bodied"' close built ogo about it for will ti better for to i.f.Q or ita v1t1c1ity.to iM.IQ.Iia '1isei ..

( tf the,hoe, tbretoglt-:one': r ton, tic or notbApgjiartJoUy* ; *: &m>ver. Col. M.. .years. Or ten dollars to pny one 1be1fd.tiodtim.who- will give me I never the abftyd regret jftiro,;and'ate.it. a':good boaiDa/flun your pay to IT.1,JOHN 1.850. HOOD.,',' ",:.AeKny i Cemmituoner. .bra ol "to M '.e4Aug.t6,1
t.unn idh 1 e &ePtT B.ia Bail .
CL.Harnson I Ue ed cb.tD tf .
advoifcemeptThis
jn/ lwe fiye eenUfor a
9JL. aceif4 ty spurwua -
f.jJ -.pay .
4 Come o j. B. Mepar 'tti u t. t "dirp tth k he.wa *tol .botweeo.B l.aQdj rEfrL" is no humbug." Try HI Ti-y it!JTruit! Address : -$ $3 _
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e, ;purcba.se th&place t lp{;: ;r'WbUnc e, 1nc &1y- A4Is'ale. .dersgciutOlvvIUe. .a.o'trrJts letters{ to D WIGHT.M ONROE, TALLAHASSEE L R. OFFICE.'- J x.t'i.r .
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: ,! Jy-Wadi; ; geBUemettpUiat : the .ns 'At7GU.TUSXOSELF4Y. : -- Pl 29.18& ) MEDICAL. O' J .
gretteH by whole community.- (uoer.AI cfl' ,""'I\1' c -. .,. i:? 5e, 1Ofk. .
thir'stU rnent! to you a Jbttf-tbe Icno'w1ede I iMK-AttemWl.Wlafy'' nugijyrigfl"_ ? .,,. .fQ. ,"isJ. ...(.t, ,r .tf. ---4p...i', .. .. Sept. 27, 3656. :-3m :. '* *; THE Ti1iiul&Itdgd\ Company *ftT offer for .4 .-.--. i ..'_" .', _... '.. .
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th\t'f'dii '.1 '' I i t ;;.J ; .1.,0&looi ban,.their niiie stock of Mulu aDd EOTM : .
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PRQCLAMAHON.vi'Wji.aiw1 I f\TEWT; CO -O.P S TO THE PUBLIC.: .J Important: _t 0' o.le' lf"-fIL rd' -Minis D tl_LiA.1S, I'VctLURZTZDi'ir I

-' II I DO CERTIFY.Uut in the year 1854, I visited FARMERS AND PRVIT"GBOWRS.o ,G.Cigntofrp" ml..t

PRATO RIO US Dr.W.Moseley's Infirmary at Griffin Ga, for the FORT FLA. VERMIFUGE,
JOHN ,
1 purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distreni&g .
J CAHOU of the nose and eye. My nose was ed! olBxauaiaoir If.

NOTICEis HEREBY GIVEN that an Electiou : MERCHANT TAILOR,' all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor, besides Au's Patnt' ,ATt 'RA ,Cot( d t b. Ii TI" LITERThey PILLS. :

f :President '.nd Vice President Dealer in Ready Made Clothing andGentlemen's a very deep ulceration on my cheek and about my WHRAXX V ,)we tee t o friends sod t b I .:,;
bfthe: United t.ewm be held at the uS'11\I-prr- eye. I am nappy and proud to say that Dr.Mosely _) ton Winttr Uu. This ,
cincts.in tbe several Counties of this State.on TUESDAY Furnishing Goods. did relieve me, and had it not been for my having to ly in Jor the East and Northern States lilt season. o and am t Cotton 1.lmBY, Two.thsbsst. I'nJter.I...' ..Ag,. r

/ the 4th day: of November ptoximo returns ____ 4-4..--- expose myself to very extreme cold, bad weather, I use introduced. to the citiiens of Tallahassee andsurrounding To our friends and patrons return oa sincere '

thereof be made b the mnnerajid time prescribed fF OM6\ do believe that I would have had no return of the country by the undersigned who has row thanks, (o the patronage bert ed n*.mod re 'not recommended -

; by law. The number of- Electors to be chosen is disease. I visited the Doctor a second time and he the exclusive right to manufacture 1 ths vincioity fo hope, by o attention to ittret in future to V .

three. SPRING AND SUMMER relieved me again; and so far as the various leports the coming season. It is only nexssary to call and merit a continuance of tbe ,same.P. as Universal

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my CLOTHS AND ASSIMERES. about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these articles and the recommendations of K. BAILLIE, FLETCHER WBI.K
hand and caused to be affixed the Seal of the they are positively false. As regards Dr. Moseley'sskill the have used them to be convinced that New Port, Fla, July 1st, 1858. Cure-alls but for
[8EAL.J: State of Florida. Done at the Capitol in the I AM now receiving an extensive assortment of in the Treatment of Cancer, I know of no Phy- they prsonsbo most simple and economical article simply _-

City Tallahassee, 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 ever offered to the public. They can Having disposed of my interest in the late what their
A. D.;1856. JAMES BROOME, Brown and Fancy Liaens, White and Figured Marseilles him. As a SU RG EON and PHYSICIAN equalto be used by the most unskilful person withont the I Richardson t Whitker. to Messrs. Baillie & V name pur-

Governor of Florida. nil of which I am prepared to make up on any in the Southern States; and I am happy to slightest risk of failure. Whitaker, would my t my friends aud .
By the Governor. Atteit:- short nol co in the moat fashionable styles and on reasonable say that I found him to be a perfect gentlenoa and J55T" Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing patrons for their former kionea confidently recommend ports. '

F. L. ViLUtriGCK. terms. Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for putt ing np fruits t their favour support my successors The
Secretary of Florida. ALSOA Cancer to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process in bon ., T. J.M. RICHARDSON. VERMIFUGE, for

Aug. 30, 1856. 35 have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A SOTHOMAS
OF 1
SELECTED STOCK
; *** All the papers in tbe State copy until day of LA.IKJE AND WELL Rome._ August 30th, 1855. large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin -. expelling Worms from

.lecti n, and send bills to Comptroller s office. READY-MADE CLOTHING, {3f Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should

---- Consisting in part of Cashmerette Frock and Bask, presence. THOMAS PERRY, Post Master. apply immediately, as the fruit season is near band. WHiTE, the human system has

Fancy Colored Frock and Sack, Drap d'Ete Frock, Rome, August 80th, 1855. All Cans RoI are mate by the undersigned and warranted ,
BOSTON, JR. Sack and Business, Alpacca Sack and Business, White WM. P. SLUSSER. TV/fANUFAOTURER/ of Copper and Sheet IronWare also been administeredwith
I 1Y1
and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fancy
:. > Brown and Fancy Linen Coats Black D.ap d'Ete and Awful Case of Cancer Cured. May 31, 1856. 22
Tin Wares takes in the citizensof
: This Celebrated Racer I Summer Cassimere Pants. White and Fancy Linen Tins is to certify that Col. S. H. Harris, of Craw Tallahassee,and the pleasure surrounding informing country, that be is the most satisfactory

Pants. White and Fancy Marseilles Vests Fancy and ford county came to me in the year 1851,with a Can Piano now prepared to wait all that wish to
Plain Silk Vests,Shirts Collars, Cravats, Undershirts cer on his chin, of fourteen years standing,the chin- Fores.WE in his line of business.0 He tenders his patronizehim results to various animals
H. I Gloves &. arc prepared to furnish Piano ao tk
Drawers, Hosiery bone and saliva glands had all become very much rii to his friends, and the for
public generally
JOHN PRAETORIUS. of the best quality, very
diseased,and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr.Harris Fore very liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been subject to Worms.
:FIXE STALLION April 19. 1856._16____ bad been under the treatment of many eminent upon the most favored, and he that a continuation of the same
physicians, and among them was the great Dr. Shepard are second t none in any country either as will be hp The LIVER
granted PILLS for
stand at Stables, two miles South-east
"TILL my Lake Jackson Fla. Planta to
quality or price.
of Cha-lestou, and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall ,
He will hand full all
of
T of Quincy.on the road to Tallahassee, the en- Instrument will warranted. constantly keep on a supply
suing Season. tion For Sale. of Macon, who treated his case twice without Every b & CO. sorts of Ware usually kept in a establishment of his the cure of LIVER COM-
V removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar. MILE line of A full assortment Sheet Iron .
V BOSTON, JR., not previously disposed of will be solJ, on the shall, as he informed me, the third time, and he refused February 23, 1858. b8. Pipes Sheet Zinc Outers ,
IF ; ; Pumps,
; all
Was sired by the famous Racer Boston by TiniDl- first Tuesday in DECEMBER next at the Court to do anything more for him. Soon after that time She ad great many other articles too numerous to men PLAINT, BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

'100, b/Archy; his dam Sarah Clifford by importedZ House door in the city of Tallahassee, Twenty-two Mr.Harris beard of the many wonderful cures that I Qiie.JU8T tion.
og&Dee; Grand dam by imported Margrave. He is Hundred and Four Acres ol best quality OAK and had made, and visited me at Griffin, as a last resort.I TO BUILDERS.Tin SICK HEADACHE -
about fifteen bands }high, well HICKORY LAND, belonging to the estate of Dr. commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the received 600 Ounces Sulph Quinine,
Mahogony Bay
a This is of the best Cotton Plantations Brand, together with a great variety Roofing,Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting &C.Purchasers
and raised James Whitehead. one Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly)healed. .
formed Had'fiuely muscled was by I .
i Ac, all of which be to do in the ,
Pipes promises
Chemicals. most
of
and
Long the owner of Boston. lu short is such a Horse I in Middle Florida; about one-half cleared This case was seen and witnessed by more than five pure AME d LVELY. I work-rann-like and of the best
manner
as is seldom offered breeders of fine stock in this under fence the remainder in woods.Tbe hundred persons. I have the Cancer now in my pos April 5, 1858. shortest a atyle reasonable material will pleasebe
I consist of a comfortable Dwell- and it calling at office o mOt t.Hai
section pf emiu'ry.BOSTON improvements session, any person can see bj my Olive been engaged for the last
JR, run the fastest Two Mile Race, ing and all necessary out buildings ; a good Overseers in in Gnffin. This case was witnessed by I Oi. this be thinks it eight years particular to ask for
Cut trak in Maryhind : house, Oiu House, Screw, Stables, Corn houses, THOMAS JONES of Griffin. I A SUPERIOR article ir Thompson's himself
ever run over and cabins, all framed buildings, and in Dr. J. D. MARTIN ceived by AMES & LIVELY. any further to the public .regards
twenty
his Cultswere negro
lie stood two seasons in Virginia and all good repair. R W. WILSON, April 5, 2856. 1 his capabilities as a mechanic, but at the sm. time he Dr. C. McLane's Cele-
large and active. all that favor him with call
work and
assures a good
TERMS:-10 for the Season! f 15 if insured, the Persons wishing to examine this Plantation are referred II F. CRENSHAW, U V Flower Jars. cheap brated VERMIFUGE and
to Mr. Richard Saunders, on the place. For do that and others of this prices.Having
Monoy, in either case to be demanded should the I certify, myself, many removed from the old stand
terms. Ac., address the subscriber,at Berzclia, Columbia witnesses to the above stated LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various Size formerly known
,
Mare be traded, sold, or otherwise disposed of. 50 place were eye case, A .. as White& Slusser,be will found at his stand LIVER PILLS
I cents in each case to the Groom. j ouuty Ga. and that Mr. Harris perfectly well.A. ?, Just received and for sale by of 200 foot street b be will be corner prepared byQt'l'w1
glad to wait
JOHN WHITEHEAD, H. HATTON. A LIVELY.
For further information apply to the subscriber. I AME all his friends, THOMAS

H. II. BROWN. i. August-!_. .lfu_>_6.- td.$-31 u. _Executor__._ k(, Griffin, May, 14, 1852. April 5, 185H. 1 o Dec. 1,1855. 48NEW WHITE iXOb.

Quincy Fla, August, 1856. 35-3m In the Circuit Court of Jefferson Cotlil!!I, Hides Wanted. "
all Conditions.
To the Afflicted Jof

Lost. )Iarguet.uueur. ) lu Chancery, I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha r'OOO BEEF HIDES Wanted for "bicbthe GOODS SOLE PROPRIETORS PittS-

I( Cancer lip, which caused me pain in f) highest price will be paid. Also Deer ,
Thursday the 18th iusL A black morocco Pocket George S.Anuear.. ) Bill for a divorce. ou my upper and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON TOWLE & MYERS
ON describable. After trying the skill of all the mcst burgh Pa. and take no
containing two ten dollars Gold ,
Book pieces
appearing to the Court, upon sati.fcf.ry: pi oof- eminent Physicians that I could hear of, and that Tallahassee, September 2', 1855. 39 ARE now receiving by recent
two dollar bill bank not recollected,) and one IT
one ( that the defendant in the above elated case: re without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, and as from New York,slash- other there are various
note on Burk, amount not remembered, payable ATE CLARKE _ _ionable and well selected stock of as
to William The finder will confer a sides beyond the limits of the State ol Florida; so that I thought, with death staring me in the f-co. But fortunately ,
Spence. the ordinary process cannot be served upon him. It for me, I heard of Dr. W. Moseley's great Watches and Jewelry, other
4 fat or and be LbtT.illy rewarded by returning tbe MERCHANT TAILOR preparations now
to JAMES S. RUST. is ordered that said cause be set for hearing on the success in the treatment of this disease, and as a last Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting levers, ladies

-Mine September me. 20,1856. 38 second Monday in November next, and that said defendant resort, I placed myself under his treatment, and in one DKALKR ix RI\DY:. MADK CLOTHING ADGIXTUU's gold levers silver lever, hunting anchor, lepine and before the public

V do appear and plead answer, or demur bj"that month from the time he commened, I was perfectly) : : : FURXISHIXO GOOD quartier Watches; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral and all gold pur-

time, otherwise, said cause will be tried on the sound, and have been so ever since. bosom pins and necklaces, gold and jet crosses
Wood Ware &c. receiving at the well known old stand for- tarrin porting to be Vermifugeand
facts charged in said Bill Provided, That a copy of ELIZABETH JINKS. NOW bosom pins locket for hair da"erreo
JUST RECEIVED. PEl "REMINGTON' this order be published in some newspaper at Tallahassee Butts County, Ga, May 27, 1846. occupied by Clark Made it Stillman, a Furnishing general types; gold and hair bracelets; a an a801 Liver Pills. All
assortment of Superior Clothing,
Ready
From New York : for the space of three months next before said Goods Cloths Cassimeres fine plain, diamond, ruby, pearl and g met, ony and
Vestinga, &c.
composed -
second Monday. Doue and passed at Chambers, this Horrible Case of Cancer tired, cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diamond x ins ;
in of the articles
Tubs. Shaker Broom, part following : others in comparisonwith
CEDAR Wire"Hooped" 12th Julv. 1856. BY DR. W. R MOSELEY, M. D. Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a ,

Colton Liut's, I I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. I do certify that I was for many years bodily afflicted Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and great variety of etu fine gold, vest, fob and gudcban Dr. MCLANE'S
J ul 1856. 29-.3m
are
I 19. seals, and siver and
cases -
Hour Pais! Cotton Rope, 1------------ with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the Business Coats, silver pen pencil ,
WAsh Boards, Blacking ; NEW BOOKS. remedies I could hear of, but found no relief. I finally Fancy Cassimere do. do. do gold, and steelsptele gold and *il- worthless.

For sale by R. II. BERRY. t beard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's great success in the Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, vn thimbles.

Sep. 13, 1856. 37 [Si nt. e-pv. I, JUST RECEIVED per R. H. Gamble, an assort- treatment of Cancer affections, and viiited him at Black Doeskin Pant Fine Cutlery and Gnus The
V of new publications comprising Novels Griffin, and in the course of six weeks he had the Can- 'Fancy and Col'd Pants, Dinner and breakfast knives without forks, knives GENUINE McLane's

Notice.LL 1 1 ales. Travels. tc. cer all removed. I would advise all that arc afflicted u Black andTancy Silk Vests, and forks in setts, ca"el and steel single<,fine pocket
Miss Murray's United States with the disease, to visit him and have their health I Fancy Velvet do. cutlery, shears, scissors and razors; fine double Vermifuge and Liver

peibous interested are hereby notified that the The Complete Works of WeMer' and Calhoun, restored. He is. beyond all kind of doubt, the most do. Cass. do. Cashmeres, barrelled laminated steel and stab twist guns, common

_undersigned administrators of tb estate"f Lnv- A Child's History of the United States, skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. I White Marsailles do. D.D. guns, shot pouches of various patterns, fine and Pills can now be had at
deceasedviil the lU/n. \VavIt-s "t Simm's Ewtaw, Cherokee Co, Oa. EMANUEL DOMINGAS. ALSOA rods
ick Green, apply to J. como powder fk cleaning Ely's caps and
Baker. Judge of the Circuit Court cf the Mi.idle Circuit The Buh Roy, REKERK5CM-Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin Ga.; Dr. J. fine assortment of Shirts,Colars Cra\1 Black wads, wad cutkr. materials for gunsmiths. ail respectable Drug
of Florida) iu the city Tallahassee,on Saturd.Uie : James' Old Dominion." Y. M: Pucket, Harris county, Texas; Greer Bishop White and Colored, Kid and Ooyes, slC adjust Silver and an Plated Ware.

:5tb djy cf October next for authority t> sc-11 tl.ofolv The Foragers, Griffin, Ga.Scirrlins. ing Cotton and Merino Under-shir Jeans, Stores.
>wiag real estate. situated 1:1 Le*'u county, State(tf f j Bulwer and Dickens in paper complete, -. Stock, Fancy, Cotton, ati | Sivr table, desert and te epn silver forks, soup

Florida, to.wit : three )hundred and twenty acres (-fLn.l Learning to talk" and Learning to think," Breast can be Cured. Hose, Whit and Colored Cambric Handkerchief?,all cream ladles, butter kiTs plated FLEMING BRO'S, 1
forks and waiters castors cake
,
lfs, ia St-ciK-n 16. ; 1. Ritti : Rogers'Table Talk, of offered to the reasonable terms b5
n ore or Township e LET THE PUBLIC READ are public o spn
kets, tea sets and communion 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBUBQH
:?, South and Wet, tmbracin the )late resilience of i Ernest Linwood. and the and } and warranted as good as in this Market. ( PA.
IN to the afflicted gratitude highop.rnofl butter and dishes chamber and
; Give us a call. McDOUG ALL t V.Augusts. mercy sugar cream
the sji J Lovick: Green: and also one LandVarraut., < Call and examine. plorcdcltik Sole Proprietors.
: I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeon salt-cellars, boquet holders
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No. 13, '55. fir 160 acres of land, the prop-ity (If 1S5-V; 31 I deem it mention the November 10, 1855. 45 cd
-- - -- --- --- -- nod Physician, my duty case and brittannia
., Alcy Green and J<>-epli J. L. Green (a miner) heir, -- wife. at the time that all fower bkt ware COVJL& MEA 1,
of same
t>f tLc sail L'Jik-k Green. : Tax Collector's Sale. similarly my afflicted hoping bo benefitted by it. persons In the A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. Ml5celnDeon. Articles. .No. 111, Charters St. New Orleans.

: ALCLY GRIEN.: Adi..t'x. : TV'ILL l he sc,1.1 1 b o>re the Court House doorintlie first part of this year may, my wife had several small lumps RESIDENT FLA. Ladies leticules,ethel work bxee pearl Berlin General TVhoI sale agent for the Southern States, to

JOHN I1lGCLltdm'r.) i \ T T jw of M l inticell',. <>n the 3j 1 lay t Itnn \\HSS, tldrttrn.! ';. appearance Important Improvement i Artistic ral beads, coral necklaces and Sold by Ames & Lively. E. Barnard. Jr. MIles
next tL following lai: "l *o wit : the K i of S E to increase III size, until the whole breast l>ecaine arlet jet breelel-
Sep. 20,':Ij. Jia-ow <5. 'r"wa Dentistry, necklaces, and bosom pins, nair Nash A Co, Tallahassee, Fla.; J. S. M. Davison
4, Se tioi : -hir 1, Ranee :. X and 11 Ixivicd a .isense-l mass, and very painful. I procured the I ; ttb
-- --- upon} as the pr.ip.-rly (>( Uir-hard C. Parish, and sold, 1st medical aid in the city of Rome and notwithstanding BY which the face is restored to its original contour, brushes,hat revivers, shell, buffalo, rubber Qnincy; Gardner & Mills. Newport; W. T. Carpenter
DR. R. i. GARDNER, :I to ;.iti-:. the Stato and County Taxes the earnest and faithful attention of the most I and with it the loss of the teeth supplied s a ivory combs, china andax dolls razor strop and & "Co, Waukeenab ; Mosely A Pope. Madison
to elude detection. Samples of this improvement belts cigar cases, feather dusters, and I Palmer di Bro, MonticeUo. S.Pulesten Monticelio;
his professional services to the iti1.f'5 JAMES H.) MORRIS, skilful physicians, she continued to grow worse and may money
OFFERS ville and surrounding country. Office 1 "l Ttue: Assessor ami 1 C'lll->tor wor<(. until they gave the case up jllI iuT.rallo, and b seen; also temporary sets inserted on door bell bohemi glass and china vases and has I W. Rogers i Co. Cbattahoochee; Bshztll & Widgeon -
kets, cotta vases and pitchers, perfume bottles, Marianna: ; Nicholson A Zeitfler- Bainbridge,Gs.
at Ccntreville. firJ .ff'-r: Count. 1 lurod amputation. I wa" aduscd i by many: of my Giitla I'urclin, ter I
V Sep. 20, 1856. 38 Aug. 16, 1S5G. \J'?, friends.! tu tint lR.V.. !11 MOSELEY Griffin, 'a. In few hour that teeth jewei cases, centre suspension and side lmps lamp I D. II. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E.Seius, Thomatvillt,
ons having: re-
i a 8 per I shades, chimneys and wicks,violins and Ga.
------------ ----- -' -- u I dii 1 nBtoniohin it hni guitr
r. which and as Cecili.* '
I may have immediate! '.
mvjcarl 1 complete subtitute ) banjos, tambourine, accordeons, and I February 23, 1856. __
Fresh Arrival i 500 Boxes Mul1inbacco. : her fntisdy( cnr '. ici'hut une month all,18'tJI Clildren'eteethextracted, and to clarionets _
| atlvieegheo parents and violin i iI -
I in !! I would advise allwho are afflicted : fife guitar strings, cologne and other
> yuoilhealth Blacksmithing-
FROM NEW YORK PER REMINGTON | be received during the months of\ :'koteuiber in regard to the manHgl.ment and treatment of the I perfumery, and general asortment of Toys.
rI"O with Scirrhu, and Cancerous affections, to visit the a
I and October next 4 or 500 Boxes of Mwv\ *.'/ aseoi I teeth "ratis. All operations to suit the most Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the THE Undersigned have formed
BAGS Rio and Java Coffee, Doctor"it.hollt delay a I am satisfied by experience I
ted Tobacco. At less than be l fastidious. practice in tbe principal townsthroughout I' II _J_ for the
purcfij ,
45 a price can ?"< Wi best manner. ; a co-partnership purpose "
25 Boxes anti observation that he U the most skillful physician
Soap I State. References the of
in New York or any other Northern market. M'have ; \ : Faculty October 20, 1855 42 i of carrying on the Blacksmithing -
Starch in the Southern State, in the treatment of that Itor-
5 tried it seasons before aud expressed themsehcs the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who ------.-------- Business in all its various branches. Particular -
4 Assorted Candy satisfied of the fact. let others do the winio. To the 'illite? disease-Cancer.WILLIAM i be is daily operating for. I attention is given to Carriage and Spring Worr,,
Bbls. MITCHELL, Insolvent Estate Notice.
Cider
2 Vinegar, trade particularly I refer. Time given on Lots. : Api126l856.: 17 : and to la}ing Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. Tb.
: M. E. MITCHELL .
White Wine
2" Vinegar, -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -
D. LADE i is convenient to tbe Stable of P.B.Bro-
State of Florida, ) shop Livery
b"' Crushed Sugar, DaiVffhltr of J. W.: Bradliui y, Rome, Ga. Executor's Notice.
5 1856. 27 kaw and attention givento horse-shoeing.
2" Pulverized Newport July Rome Oa, October 26, 18M. County of Leon. )f ; special
-- -- ------- -- --------- months after of description done to or-
late1 we present ouraccounts Farming implements every
2 Stewarts Syrup and Sale Stable. SIX vouchers to the wi. Judge of Probate for ALL persons having claims against the Estate of der. P. B. BROKAW,

5 Boxes.. Maccaroui, Livery A O ..Et ID. tbe said County of Gadsden, for final settlement, and Jinkins, late of Leon county deceased, H. B. Fin's.
5 Vermacilli, I are hereby notified to present the same to the Judgeof I
THE undersigned gives no- ALL persons that are deMfOfls of availing tbem- apply to be discharged,from the executorsbip of Oscar Jan. 12, 1856. g-ly_
10 Baskets HeicUick Champaiuge, Probate, of Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee -
: that he has purchased selves of DR. MOSELEY'S service*, will find him at Fillyaw deceased.
: 8 Casks Ale and Porter, on or before the first Monday in December next, Notice.
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the Livery Stable of, INFIRMARY, BROADWAY, QRIFFIN.GEORGIA. OWEN L. & JAMES A.FILLYAW, Extor's.
1 Pot-Ash, William IL Newsom in Tallahassee, together with the April J2, 1866. 156mAdnistrtor' for payment prorath. months after date,the undersigned,administra
t. Bbls. Peach Brandy, good will of the ebtablishmeut, and that he is now Patients boarded at $1 per day, or f 16 per month. D. W. GWYNN, I SIX of the Estate of R, E. Gibson, deceased,will

2 Apple prepared to carry on the business in all its braD:he', FEES, in all cues, to be agreed upon before'Under Notice. Judge of Probate. i present her accounts and vouchers to the Bon. Joie
# 10 M. Best Spanish Segara.For and promises the public with good accommodationsin taken. No case will be received into this establishment May 2-, 18f6. 21 Probate, Cor Gadsden County, for final seUlrmratf
sale by tR. H. BERRY. his Hue on reasonable term*. unless it Is believed on examination, that it can NOTICE ie bereby given, tbe undersigned will, and will apply to be discharged from the administra.
: Sep. ._'66. 37 [Sent.copy. RICHARD SAUNDERS. expiration of six months file his vouchena '
be cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will Notice.SIX torship of said estate.
N. B James T. Herring u my duly authorized invariably be charged (5, for examination and advice. aiply for a final discharge from the administra FLORIDA A.F.GIBSON Admt'x.April26,1858. .

V Notice. agent, and has entire control of the business, repre- All letter, to entitle them to notice must enclosea tio of the estate of Natben Holt, deceased.PATRICK months after date. I will present my accounts l -*m _

;. senting me as fully as if I was personally presentRICHARD "stamp" for the payment of postage, and be directed SMITH, Admt'r.May vouchers as Admimistrator,on the estate of _
ALL persons having demands against the estate of SAUNDERS. to W. R. MOSELEY, M.D, $. 856. 18 Hugh 0. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.

S Woolf late Jefferson county,deceased, Sep. 6, 1856. 36 Griffin, Georgia. Probate, Gadsden, County, for a final settlement -0-
will take notice that they must present them to the Town and for therefrom.
Property for Sale. apply a discharge
February 23, 1856. ly-8
V undersigned duly authenticated within the time pre. A Plantation ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Admt'r.Jnly DR. T. J. CUR LEE ,
:- scribe by law. or this notice will be plead in bar of for Sale. MILES NASH & CO. THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow 28, 1856. 28-6m Prtetieiig Dentist

their recovery; and all persons indebted to said estate mtTHE:; undersigned will sell at private sale,a d crb know the Jravin Lots, ,

arc hereby notified to make immediate paymeut to __ desirable plantation, ten miles NorthEast Dealers ill Drugs, Medicines, Ace. via: Lots No prpry.: 48, 140. 1,4 142, 148, In Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. THOMASVILLE, GA, and MONTICELLO

tbe undersigned. WM. H. ANDREWS, of Tallahassee containing four Hundred acres of received from New York per bark R.H.Gam- 14,226.227,235,29,210.,2-1,24,248,244.245, Rufus S. Attachment for |90 19100vs. IN and MADISON, FLA,'and their respective and
Herring,
Sh'flL and Admr't ex officio. excellent Oak and Hickory,and pine land; One hundred JUST a general assortment of articles in our line 2:0. 2:2, 26. U', al )V amount of Debt to adjacent counties. H.inserts any number of Artificial -
ilooticello, Sept. 27, 1856. 39-8w and of which is under cultivation. in the original plan city sworn from ONE to a.FULL the latest
fifty such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid, oO&1&e William G. Gaskins. ) Bond for f 181. Teeth, sett, on
.' There are on the premises a comfortable dwelling White Lead Zinc: and other paints, Window Glass of -ALSO- Defendant and all others interested are here- improved principle giving them that beautiful lifelike -

Notice. house, and necessary out houses, with a new gin best 9uality, Putty Brushes, Potash Soda, Sparkling Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, 6, ', in CoUiUy qr.ALSO THE notified of the institution of the above enti appearance which approaches Nature nearly
V. 9 / fALL I house anllscr.'w. First rate well water and good Gelatin,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) tied suit by attachment, and are hereby required to as to challenge detection by the closest observer.
persons }having demands against the ctt.nfc (.f health enjoyed on the place. For terms of sale apply for medicinal purposes, Spice Pepper, Lemon Syrup, and plead to the declaration filed in the case Persons needing Dental operations on their NATU

pben Chacon, late of Liberty count, Fl<*ii.I.i, to the subscribed, residing on the premise Ink,Quinine, Peruvian Bark, Fluid Extract: Buchu, Lots N"s 4, 12. 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40> 48- 61 within appear three months from Ibis date, as required by RAL Teeth and with him to perform them cia b1>
deceased are hereby notified to present them duly! DANIEL L. HOUCK. dta, Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent 6 tin the South i County qUrr.'h, law. G. K. WALKER, ) applying SOON,'have them done at the following prices
authenticated to the adminiattatnx within the time May4,18U. 21 Medicines We keep none but the very best and The above described property formerly blone D. w. GWYNN, fAtty"for f PJff I I which will be found to be MUCH lower than has ever
.. prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar --- hope to merit your patronage. to Go'',. Brown. For further information term. I Wen offered in this section of country before, to-wit:
29-3m
against them; and all persons indebted to the said Dissolution of Co-Partnership. MILES NASH, A CO. which will b libl apply to A.Perry maker, E. July 19,1856. I For filling teeth.with Gold FoQ. $1 00,f 1 60. f 2 00

estate will please make immediate payment. partnership: heretofore exibtirig between John March 20, 1850. 18 Attorney Lw. and {2 CO, varying according to size of cavity aDd
Wines Ac.
ELIZABETH CHASON, Admt'x. 1"IlE P. MANNING. Syrnps, amount material UNd Extracting teeth,1n orncs,
V V- Broome and Robert Heir in the weighing, storage -- ----- --- --- CHARLE V ;
SejE !*,1656!. S9r" and selling cotton business i is this day dissolved Corn and Cob Crusher. Until sold, the abov property be for rent. OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, I' only 50 centsout of office, f 1.
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.! by mutual consent. BROOME
::: 1 Notice. August 14, 1856. 33 G't t RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher. I I: Februaiy 16, 185.l Madeira, Brandy Chen *, FLAT*, (with CONTINUOUS GUMS necessary,)is
.- have taken the Agency for the sale of these au --.--.- -- -- Sherry, V Sardines, I only $6 per tooth, tad ptrfcct satisfaction guaranteed
-- "Be? SMITH will re-open her School on Mouifday perior Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in V Cod Liver OU.FRESH Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, in testy instance. .

L .:\.1 twelve; dollars lb'6 ..ftth session October of five next months.Her terms Tbe first are New CoPartnership.ROBERT the Co .ntry.A stock of these Crushers will bo on & PURE of the celebrated "Brands" He I Flavoring Extracts II Pears, I Those desiring his services in any portion of the

per HEIR AND JOHN P. COLES have this baud early thin coming FalL Prices wry low, considering Clark A Co, A Rushton's. Yeast Powder*, Tamarinds I above named counties or any other section of country
first of October and
session will commence the day in feed. $45 each I Spanish Olives, letter to either of the abo'snamed
-- second in a co-partnership in the business of great saving $55 $65 For ale by AMES LIVELY I Spices can upon application by
& 'tbe'1ut the
February; commence weighing storage, and selling cotton,and also to make for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. I Aprils, 1856. & Corn Starch Pickles Post Offices,or otherwise receive prompt aiUntion.
Scholars will besietlfmmtbetinietbey
.March sncnds! the}nst of July. 1 .
and Worcestershire Salad Oil
1, liberal advance on cotton sent to their care. For further particulars call examine for yourselvesso ------ Sauce u
until the .
:enter School, -
soon as a stock for a ample English Mustard Capers, .
HEIR & COLES.
t eod of thejses i ioodojing which they enter. No de- arrives.D.. LADD. Notice.NOTICE Claret) Cooo JLEJ'K&EXO&S :

t "dncfidw inads/rpt; for protracted-illness. Angust 14. 1856._33Administrator's Newport, July 5, I860. 27 is hereby given that application will be AMES .4 t LIVELY. JUDGE CoLa,Macon Georgia.

I J l ._37to Notice. to the General Assembly, at January 6, 1858. HOK;J. L. SZWABD, )
it next 8eio(o a charter for a Rail Road from JcMi Love }.Thomas vBI 0*.
; Icp .the Stockholders of the SIX months after date, I will exhibit my accounts Administrators Notice. Fbu to the Georgia line in the Section ofTbomasviUe Bonnets Bonnets. J.8.WnrsEsq, )
: a vouchers to the Judge ,of Probate of Gads- Ga. To called the Monticelio and W. 8. .
DIES colored straw Bonnets
Esq
months after date I shall present accounts b 7 ,
)' & Geo.'R. my
Ten. R. Co. den county as administrator, in 'right of my wife, of SIX Touchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate fur Thomrfsville Bail.Road company. .I.J Ladies colored straw trimmed BonneU, 0. G. FIT*. Esq..

the estate of John Ingram late of mid county deceased Leon County u the administrator ofthe estate of R. August 2/1856. 31 plain" N Messrs.W.& J.BVBD.Col }Hoa.'
and apply for a final settlemeat and discharge black N B. E. Bucxsrair.JanuarjrlS. .
_- .S. Hayward deceased, and ask for a final discharge
t -. from the administration of said estate. from said administration. In L Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1850. white satin and silk H IBM. S
.. LEWIS D. JONES AdraY.In .
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V Ornc or THE PCX. & Gco. B. R. Co.t l right of his wife. THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r. Herring Quinn 1$ Attacmet for $268 61.10 black" (extra size) -

,. &_ Sept 8th, 856. f S-pt18l856. '-m V July 26, 1859. 306mExecutor's vs. / amont Db"O to- Children and Misses straw 4-'e. c iai1yV
II N II N
Mali.
NOTICE V is hereby given that an instalment of 10 Notice. E R Wi.y. ,WilleyJT and f Bond for tn't 0.Wiiam For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA

: bas been called in on subscription Valuable Plantation for October 13 1855. 41 -toDBtrcs Iaa fill
Whabfale and Retail B* *
- V tl) the Capital Stock of, the i,Penaooola and Georgia "VTOTICE b hereby given to all persons boldiug BE Defendant and all others itrete are here. filii .

4; Railroad Company payable at the Office cf the Company Sale. _L1 chums or demands against[the estate o New. by notified of the institution entitled Circular & Upright Saws. '.AHD xsBicms.Sefce ..
on the drat day of October next Plantation known at Cotton Land, belonging! nan late of Gad do ,ooooty, snit by attachment, and am.breby required to Deit ', '" Iisttmente" -
OUcbr deeM& Surja1
V THE OK 4 CO and Welsh Gri/Setli/ Greular Saw
authenticated and plead to the declaration filed in the ,
? F.1LFLAQO.. Seo'y. and Tress. the esfsteof the late J V law this notice will be within three months from this.date, by 49, 48, 48 aDd 52 inch rises, on hand and for *. .
-:* Sept. 13. 185 37-tf ten miles North East Tallahassee, is for sale The prescribed by ,or nfoadagsbst .reur Oil, Vanish.Putty Tol cw, V
sale IX LADD
,*'_VV'_ final 8. 8HEPARD. kw. O.K.WALKERA) .. by
? tract contains 1790 acres of first rate. land, 1000 of their recovery.
E Patent .
D. W. G W YNN f *" lor 11 New Port, NOT.S, 1855. 44 and Glas Warn
Vt fT X.coneCtor's Sale.r1ttbe which is cleared. On the premises are negroe cabins Ext'r.June r JiM Soaps,11M Teeth .P r.Wee and;Baadmt
: gin house and screw, and other usual plantation 21, 185g. 2 July 19, 1856. i9m and Hair Bret.***, \

sold Itpfori'the'Court bouse door, in the improvements,all lu.ood repair. There U an abundance JBurning Fluid FkhtBroabM, V'

t ; t Yv 'Townef IO *}fo/IUie'lfir.at. Monday iiI of food water on the place. For terms.of saleor Ciu Mill Agency. M tfit ApproTed Core 1111a l Use. Just, rewired Garden s- V ,,. 8._

I Jeouory next,,thi Wlo wlnif Land to-wit; Tbe 8 E |. other mforniRtion apply to the subscriber in Talla THE has the agency ro the sale of (U\ OF the most *PP"" l CORN OF superior Quality, and frnato They bays ,r.f1Dt11 nOli.4'W TrtdfIPP1
AMES
I; of this S E J.Uecypti 38t Township 1,_Range*;'N and hiesee.VV F.R. GOTTEN. ExtY. errick's Improved Omar Raw MJ11L.onsistlnetbree 1UU KIL l sale oy t Sab. T A LIVELY. 1'of. ..rietJ.oI. Hth3SVVSyr'" bdruggis&a.
? r-l djppbnM the property,of Elijah Walker, Aug. 20. 18S.'_U_ : sizes' for42, 5t o 84 inch Mill Ime tin i a W May8I,1868. K P1stis and .m jIw-4s t.a

and sold to**w iy the*8ta ./aaj County. Taxea.Ahsoattbeumeplaolaad4lmothe FRESH, GARDEN. SEEDS.' Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, 'gion and lower part o Georgia, grr STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS thto .ulJW>m nt ft.roQ supphr t..-.4-w....
ET of S E 4 of bro several improvements om the .Page"o any Jsfactioo,grinding wit 40 bushels Pe.t 'anha'th"

&pf9, n 4'Ni1"1 E !W W upon OROWTH'OP, 18M. i use. The,v cost is about 180|MO, b the day, with I.t tb.nor gin power applied V AT SBWPORT.r V Order*free to Obtbtiy ..

aIJIIj fl" s ItiJoldsborough: ,to laW RUTA flagn, Flat Turnip,' 'Cabbage. Beets, 4re a$450 far nr'lixes,aepordmg to..ra t it. ,The \ b toptJ& up; PHS Bpdmjgrxd at carries oo the a1OYebQSmnCIS UOQ ara.d,.Qat9N. ity.

I 1._ .- _" 411'.y.. .;; i ; : J received, d. For apply to and every one warranted t give M. JL ia allfta branches. ..Baildfog wall calculated for Pby.ieia preicrlisa.eSNU cpuoe.

4 1 f ,t>. MORRIS Tax Colleetcr.V AMES & LIVELY. V DANIEL: LADD. Ind examine them' at .D, L.1D' djiathuwsgoc.{ D. L1DD Mao, Errn.'. eopoim1'TttiiiEztTid of'! c.ha.Jaa

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