The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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:; I S*Jfjoridian & Journal 1 I JOHN B LLOYD Mr. Clay retired amid& shower of boa Beaton has been as long in public life, but be aa though t&e. 'nlW.t' feJoltad l from th.

, pnUkied Tery SATURDAY by !I i Au.c"tl.on.ecr jLnriian & imrnal. quets and the almost deafening plaudits of has been almost always in one branch of the firmament; darkness'nnd "3etpair! ,would cover -
National bat Mr. Bdchadan has the earth political id&fcaea* ADd detpiif
I Legislature ;
JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PRoPRIEToR, A N -DCOMMISSION --____.____%_______"_,__- r ""__- the crowded assemblage.The served long in the Hbase; of Representatives, immutable hopeless fljaal i .

. AtTamn DOLLAU per annum, in adraoee.TERMS 1 I MERCHANT, I TALLAHASSEE: : Hon. Fletcher Webster of Massachusetts long in tbe Senate, has been on foreign service N Put out he fijki':-.ad lIMo pot oat tU 1U.

OF ADVERTISIN'O.OB I:I TALLAHASSEE .-*-. was next introduced to the meeting, abroad, and for one torm served in the If I quench tbee/tiioa flatting toinhte*.

J II FLORIDA. and was received with the demon Department of State, always reflecting honor I na afala ttfc fcrowr Ifefci retIoft
Kjnira of 12 lines, or first insertion, fl 00 July 19. 1856. 29-ly Saturday, Oct. 25, 1856. greatest If I can repent m.;-bet oec*ftftti*tWlw _
each subsequent .. 50 1 I strations of joy and enthusiasm. Cheer after upon his State and country and credit upon I know DOt wk n k the IV* ttaa bfc

rrofeMi oaI and Basiaew Cardt tDMtted at f 10 per I,Ii i EDWARD M. WEST. DEMOCRATIC TICKET.FOR cheer were given for the son of Daniel Webster himself. Where can you find any one now That ean'tby Ugtt reJoinV'r.,_ _

aoaom.AdT.rtT.menU noL m-rked with the cumber efo&ertioai Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and hundreds rushed upcn the stand to has living any who one can to say say it as for much him I for We himself should or Would that my vote. .could' reach to tlis _

i will be cootiooed until (forbid and charged j jCjy PRESIDENT, Penobscot. and byond' the Peoobscot to _
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I shake him by the hand. When tho excitement nil feel proud ot our leader and of his emi
aecordinr\y. the Mississippi, and,beyond the Mississippi I II
Certificates of publication of le al or- estate j A rril 5. 1S56. 14 JAMES BUCHANAN, i had somewhat subsided, Mr. Webster nent qualifications for the office for which he would say to the .inabitnt.of) ;tha wide
ootioM will oot b. given until the adrertising fee is 1 I is a candidate.If .
OF PENNSYLVANIA.FOR said : region this now united domain-cam of the
paid. 1 FLOYDHOLLANt>, I we look over the history of the country,
1j Fellow-citizens of the United StatesthankI North Strong ia' numbers, yoa bate yet _
at Law. PRESIDENT i we will hardly turn over a of it, (or the
Attorneys VICE page
j I I God I can say so still I am happy to meet the power to control l .the deatiruea of. tb<'i
Others. practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle J. C. BEECKEMIDGE last forty years; In which the name of Mr. Use this i great advantage wisely. .
To Rheumatics & I.I WILL i: you. I thank you for the flattering mannerin Buchanan does not appear. [Applause.] country
I West Florida and in the Supreme Court which have received It andyouwillpreseivoitsba.wltnditwiflbeloatto i
rTV all permc* suffering from Rbenmalie Complaint i of the State. Also in the District Court of tbe United OF KENTUCKY. i you me. gives me There be starids, fbr the last forty years, side Cor... Deal :
J. we offar a rx'sitive rraed/ in Jayt StimulatinglAnimmt. i I I States, in the Northern District of Florida. __ I II j.,y, citizens of Lancaster, to meet here many by side with the greatest and most illustri. you g nUy.whhyoar
It has betn effectual in the permanent j I R.J. FLOYD. Office ApalacLicola Fla. I FOR ELECTORS distinguished gentlemen who will address ous men of the country. [Renewed brethern of tba Sooth ; push them oot
core ot Ctronic and Rheumatic diseases. Tli-usands ; D. HOLLAND, Office Qiriney, Fla and from whose words of eloquenceand apepause. to a dangerous extreme I Abjure a platform
M. A. LONG you If of his .
rescued frum untimely death ; I ] any distinguished compeers _
bare no doubt been au Dec. 22,1S55. 51 wisdom will derive new resolutionin which prompts you to dtepoil yo r brother
tb_ of this r..me.iy. : \V. D. BARNES. you were now living, if the great sage of
usa great --- -- ---- -- ,
by of his inheritance ; follow not leader who
For sale by Druggists generally and at Whole" le i DR. MILES II. NASH support of your patriotic; cause ; but it particularly Ashland, if Calhoun of South Carolina, or _
and Iktail. bv AMES LIVELY. I gives me joy to meet here the son Webster still in the midst of their would conduct you to disunion perhaps to
OFFERS Bra PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS OPTALLAHISSEa The Sons Of flay and Webster on the were civil Sacrifice of
Tallahssse. May :31. 1656. 22-ly I of an illustrious statesman now no more. [Ap advise and them war something even your _
AND SURROITNDINGCOCXTRT. countrymen to guide they
I !I I stump for Buchanan. I II also told and has told others rights on the altar of patriotism Concede
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with Dr. iL ::immediately east of the I you would be the first to do justice to his great
Walter Gwynn OFFICE There of Democrats and of fellow citizens in other places, that something even to the supposed comparative
1 1OFFERS e. I was a grand rally I II your and unsurpassed talents and use their herculean .
weakness of the South! Remember the advice
May 19 1855. 20 he is a quiet farmer, living his place in
old line Whigs! at Lancaster Pennsylvania upon in his in this I
his services to persons wisbina: to enter I I I energies securing success of the wisost statesman of. Great Britain -
) the U. :;. Laad Office, by lucatitig L-md a few days before the election in that State Kentucky. crisis. [Cheers.] And now, citizens of
I R. H. BERRY I j given to Parliament counseling'modrra-
WarraaU. or otbervise.: He will also give prompt I What brings me here ? What brings me, Lancaster allow to that the .
: at which the lion. J. B. of the I me suggest present tion in their treatment of the Ainene'sn'cco.!
attention to such busine as mav be intrusted to him Clay, son iI j I a citizen of Massuchusetls, on this platform I
is the time for to exrt all
in either of the other of a in the Capitol. Cbai gea : Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT. sage of Ashland, and the lIon. :Fletcher Web- j with the gentleman from Kentucky, to meet in the you of the your en.- I nioi, then about to recede from their Union
will be reasonable corresponding to services penonned. i I ergies securing success principles with Great Hrita Concession with
Being Deputy in the State Laud Office be of course ster, eon of the immortal Daniel, made elo- !!I i you the citizens of Lancaster ? What motive, maintained by the Democratic party.- 'I( n. comes
b4tter andmore salutary effect from
will make no charge for business in that Department I T.tLLALSSEEFIa., Sept. 29, 1855. 39 quent and impassioned speeches in favor of j: what cnmmun cause, has drawn us, without The Democratic ticket deserves and should grace reconciles of
May 17, 1858. 20-ly --- concert or combination, or correspondence, have next. f superior power-at superiority
Buchanan and tho Union. From Mr. i your hearty support on Tuesday
A. PERRY AMAKER Clay's :: with the feelings of. men and establishes
voluntarily here, but the education and the Remember that the enemies of the Constitution power
speech we make the foilowing extracts : |' : solid!! DR. N. G. MCDONALD, 1 principles which we received from our great of the Union and of yourselves, _
Mr. Clay advanced to the front of the fathers, who have gone before us-to love t will that to the Stale I affection and graL tJde. And I would add-
FLA. on day attempt carry ,
ilON'TICELLO, ; TALLAHASSEE. FLA. i stand, and was greeted with great and protracted and stand by the Union ? [Great applause.] I and proclaim to the world that Pennsylvaniahas I men of tbe Middle States! You hold the eea- _
attend with assiduous all case entrusted .: I should'
TILL cure May 21. 1953. 20 i traI position, &al not hold extreme
t t to him. I applause. He said : !I Why, gentlemen, believing as we do, that I declared for Abolition and disunion.If .-
: in hands rests the balance of
Office '.inbtliat of Col. Dil ortb. I the perpetuity of this Union is threatened, love nowis the time for opinions : your
MiTtu2cll--iti: FELLOW CITIZENS OF LANCASTER you your country, .
I AND I It is natural and prerogative
and seeing the dreadful storm power. your
March 22. 1S56. 12-ly impendingover action. Now is the time for exertion if
MEN OF PENNSYLVANIA : I here ,; i you "
come today
t to be the mediator between the North and
us. which burst with destructive
may upon us I would the Union and send it down
:; DEALERS urI to address under circumstances preserve i
you more exi the South. Exercise I Ii I-
prerogative _
WILLIAM P. SLDSSEft I I fury, if we had sat down lUtlesslv I your
to children received it from
I tiaordinarvf perhaps, than surrounded : your as yoa your
DRUGS FlINTS ever | Arrest the tide of advancing fanaticism and _
and folded our arms, would have i
you expected i ''athers-with all the which
FJ.a.. plain citizen who ever before had the I blessings youhave
Ta11.aha.ssee, it i any Thus far, and no farther !r' Rebuke _
: and we would have expected our fathers i : say
under it. Democrats j
:CFACTURER OF COPPER,TIX ANO SnEEr MEDICINES' OILS I &c. pleasure to speak to you. A farmer, as you to rise from their nnd denounce us. :I enjoyed i the troubled! waterS and to the furious,waves _
when at home the i Whigs, your country calls upon you to elect i j
are men throughout
RETAIL j 1 Pesce! be still !r
[ ] are discharging ft sacred say ,
JAPANNED "VVTOVLD inform their friends aud the p'J\"lic.that length and breadth: of this land have heaped '1I i those who represent the principles of devo- i j .
DEALER is PLAIN, FANCY AND T T they have: on hand a iod> awirtment of such duty which( we owe to our God, our country tion to the Union. On Tuesday, the 14th Elccilti '
i me loads of abuse and revile ment for ;. Fremont's ta-CohsUtationil.
%9.ua. their line of business upon ; and the for which!
: articles as Are ynerally la'ptin glorious principles our fathers of October work toi i
honest and free of the sentiments you are expected to
Stove Head-Quarter : and will he reoeivinjj regularly fresh supplies. Their i an expression battled, when we come forward and for the of national The following interesting letter on the subject .
; terms shall be reasonable.Tallahassee. i which I have entertained. Yet I fear j I gether success men on
A SPLENDID assortment of C party can
of Fremont's Election to Presidency,
tho Democratic State ticket. After have
: April 9th .1853 14. j not, for truth ever lends its votary the cour we _
.[. jL and Wood Stoves trimmad with neatueaa I II | save the Constitution and the Union.- .
and durability at reduced prices. : P.BBtOKAW'S.UV'EY I arge requisite for vindication.. I am here [ [Cheers.] ; succeeded in defeating the factions whichnow : is from the pen of Ell!wood Fisher, Esq., an-

Out Door Woik.Roofing. I upon a Democratic stand to speak to you ; II threaten to overwhelm us we may quarrel thor of the celebrated lecture delivered ia _
Fellow citizens of Lancaster! At tue
AHU Sill ST4BIE5 and I am glad to bo here, because it I on questions of policy. Now there is a
Orna-nental Front Heads. Guttering. Copper I upon Cincinnati several entitled the
opening of the campaign politics had become years ago
and Tin Onductinz Pipt-s. Sheet Lead. Sheet TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. stands with myself the son of the man who I fearful responsibility resting upon every citi. "
work I so involved and intricate that I did not know and he should be careful to it North and South, but'more recently editorof _
Patent Cietm Shop zen, discharge
Sine Lead Pipes, Pumps. II would inKs stood by my father-the son of the great expounder -
of every variety done at nhort notice. ::I I 9c j-gwjs- TIIE' :rroprietor 1.i3 ituJ, and) the- ii ; of the I\otitution-lhe SOil of the where I stood, and my first inquiry was properly.At the Southern Press at '' 8ihingto. :"We _

City and Conn i.')" Jlerc-haiits : J22lsLpubIic, tbat he bas rebuilt Iii!._ revered and lamented W ebster. [Immense 1 where to go. The Whig party in Massachusetts the conclusion of his remarks Mr. Webster have n-1 read, during the present campaign.a _
Are respectfully invited tc give me a call befoie purchasing ; large Urick Stables, at the old !st-at.l ami i ii now I We stand here as in the country, was entirely dispersed. '
applause.] togl.tber-and of the evils to
Mr. was heartily cheered, and retired amid more graphic picture .
elsewhere.J2T : prepared) t<' RCConiTnoiliite hi: frienis and customers. A party nominating Fremont upon sectional I j
rcaaufactaed from the ; Ii, also has attached tit bi Stnbles. Black- why ? Does he come here to ask for your j jotes from the election of the Blaek
S. B. All articles very f < a gixnl grounds entirely, in a convention at i many shouts of joy and welcome. BepQbHckn
,..' test material and warranted durable. So other arti I inith' Slxip. xvlifire he will t.n'e have tioner.ll kind l*of ; \ for himself? Do 1 come here on any which no Southern gentleman could by | j candidate: -,*
tie will be offered for ute. I PiHiitntii'ti: 'work H.r>e shoelnjf: Iud C..rriageTork in : such mission ? Does lie come to ask your any i ,
,+: October 20, 1855._42_ : the very I'est manner, and with proiuptoess aud dispatih. : Mr. Buchanan for anything ? Do we come to i! possibility bo present, and upon principles of j I Eloquent and Patilotic Address.We ; PERTH 'AMBOT, Sept l; 18&d.' :
hitter to the South. The Fremont
,0. Co-Partnership Notice. I I ask any favors from thu Democratic party ? '< I' copy tho following truthful, beautiful, i GEORGK J. COR XLX., !., DtarSiri I
November 5. 1853. 44 Convention declared a dissolution of all -
: No I tell thousand times I ask political conclusion of duly received letter'cf the Ah ,t Ins ,
and V
undersigned have this day entered into a co-. j you a no j jj connection with the South by their patriotic eloquent an .! your ,. -
. THE. ..bip in tbeWHOLESALE Carriages, Buggies, and Harness I none, and I believe Mr. Webster: asks for :, nomination, and therefore no Union man could dress, delivered on the 8th inst by JAMES A* furring to a conversation tbat occorted a fiw _

& RETAIL ; 110t Sale by P. B. Brokaw. j I none. We are here for our country. [Ap act with them DORK member of the New York evenings previously between, as,, in ,whiob I*
Esq., a
plause. We here in the ol the expressed a doubt beth t r Mr. Frenjoot if1 .
DB.BUSINESS, I T'HE Subscriber has just received a ; ] came cause I held on like a prudent man until the Democratic i
Union which is sanctified the efforts of bar : elected would be InatJgurated PresideoJ of
of ,
: under the name and style of i large supply Carriages.Buggies. by made its nomination at Cincinnati
: and Harness which he offers I his father nnd mine. Though in their graves, ''I and party when the wires But, say the Freesoil party, we have the (the United States, and asking an' 'exprea nat I
telegraphic -
'c' AMES&UVELY. : for lIa Ie o-i! the nnwt reasouablv Umis.November .i Clay and Webster are not dead. Such men communicated majrity-we of tle North are seventeen more length of my 'rie\\"S'OD'tflsliab
I intelligence that Mr. Buchanan
I 18, 1854. 46 can never die. They have left their words millions, while they of the South are only j eel .) ..."4--.r '.
will be to see their friends was nominated as the representative of
kTHEY and patrona at the old stand of D. H A mes. I A.L.FISHER as an inheritance to us; arid although the I principles which father had his life seven millions; we have the power, and we I have delayed a reply until now,. aa.well '
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. mantle of Mr. Webster has fallen my spent will make the South submit. As northernman from .
I where they will keep a full and general not upon I in advocating, the lightning was not half so a pressing engagement* aa from aa.vn

j aasortmentof Articles appertainin their j TALLAHASSEE, FLA., i hid son, and although the mantle of Clay has I II long in bringing! the news as I was in takingmy I rejoice in the strength of the North; willingness to assume to sreak 'for the South. _

.-f : D.M. II.LI\"EL AMES, 1: "\ TILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis- I not fallen upon me, his son, yet both of them : position [Enthusiastic applause.] As I I rejoice in it for itself for the 'independence which I am not authorized,'to doV But aa _

| \V tnct. and in Thomas O'liiitv., Ga. j i have t left their record for you and me and all ebon as the issues ot' the campaign were and security again aggression which it you suggest, I think rathor ironically, that _
; Janus.rylIS5 Office in the Capitol, 2d immediately 1 of to and still because it enables the such
; c.r. stdiy us study. [Applause.] clearly defined, when the question of Unionor gives, more an opinion deliberitely*pronounced -_ _
NOTICE. ; over the room of tbe Clerk of the Supreme Court. to do well have the effect _
I? MEDICAL f July 21 I, 16:5. 29-ly He makes the following eloquent appealfor disunion was deliberately presented to the possessor as as to exact justice. might of deterring i-xne frote
--- I It IS excellent voting for Fremont.who art) now dispoetd to
I the Union American people, and it became evident that .
1 DR. BURROUGHS Ij j E. BARNARD Jr. : j jI bold and shameless who I' To Lave a giants strength." do so, I now respond to tho taunt. tiot ia the '
demagogues con
. located in Tallahawee offers his pro- j! had seen my father standing side by side ;! trolled Fremont and the Republican" I But when the strength is to be perverted to spirit in which I suppose itjwas ma'de,:bat in
HAVING WILL COXTIXVE TilE with the Democratic leaders-all freeing party of the which I admit is riot
_4 services to tbe public. Office opposite had determined to make a fearful struggle to purposes plunder robbery, to the strip hope sanguine, that _
Dr.Barnard's Drug Store. DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINES S themselves from party trammels, and embark.I II I succeed in their treasonable designs, it became ping of our brethern of their inheritance, I something may yet be don to dispel the delusion .

i June :8, 1856. 26-6ra i cr AT rUE OLJTAND, StUN 2 I ing, as he expressed it, in the same omnibus i the duty of every man who loved his could wish that the giant Were not so strong that threaten overspread the North
which there neither
in Abolitionists .
were nor States.
It is era
-I MEDICAL HOTICE. [ Nullifiers, but Whigs and Democrats, who country to array himself under the banner of To have a giant's strength; but excellent is tyrannous The purpose for which it is proposed fo *-
it in whose
OF THE MORTAR that party ranks he could do the _
DRS. GAMiTh & BETTON I' I had by common consent come together for most service, and tender tIe!> most assistancein To use it like a giant. lect Fremont, is to prevent the extension of _

their Profeasional Services to the Pub.I ,I .'! the salvation of the Union. [Arplause.nd .]- fanaticism and the Justice is better than strength, and I will Slavery to exclude the South from any ce-- :

OFFER ..Office opposite the Store of Messrs.Hodglciss ',I Corner of Clinton and Monroe streets, Tallahassee. are you Whigs afraid to do now what Union defeating and the Constitution entire.maintaining Renewed venture assertion,is stronger than strength; cupanoy ot the common territory' of tbe

: ,Scott & Pool.. I January 19.1856. 3 was done then ? [Cries of"No !"and cheers.] I [ and I will warn the Republican and Freesoil I Union, and to appropriate that territory .*. _

January 8. 1856. 1 Dr. P. P. lewis What have you to look to unless you take applause.] party, at the outset ol their career; that if clusively in future to 'Northern iD"i.

I II' 'his course ? Do we not all struggle fer U. There are some among the Black Republicans having the majority even, they undertake to Such an avowal, so unjust .nod to tnonatroaf

KICEAID"_T. _BiaCBCTT._ _ _CHiRtEB_ _w."iovxzxo,.- .' GIVES, that notice be to is his now friends in possessimi and i pat of nion and against disunion f Certainly we ," no doubt, who do not mean disunion, do that which is unjust-by which I mean, could of course excite nothing bat .ak*On1sI.l

BIECHEIT & DOWfUUG, I ..All the latest improvements in Dent-s-; do, and we should reflect on the fact that hut hovering upon their flanks are the Phil! that if they undertake to exclude the South ment and indignation in the, 'sedioV 1 1b.IitjII

ATTORSEIS AT LAW & A6ESTS FOR CLAIMS t I try. JIlt Tbe extraction of Tteth. without producing there are extreme men in both sections, who, I ipses, Parkers. PilUburys, Garrisons, G ree.. from the territories of the United States, they be deapoiled, particularly) when ,the(fts"r

:(,. 490t Set-mill street pain, bv the aid of a local application. which consistsin by their violence, may force us to do what, leys. Burlingames and Wilsons shouting themon will fail in their attempt, and their strength the same proposition on two previous' oco> .

; WASHIXOTON CITY. Applying an artificial freezing mixture to the parts upon sober reflection, we would not do for like Indians upon the prairies, driving the will be shattered. The lovers justice will sons: is remembered. Jn 1620 the tame attempt -
until benumbed. 2d. The immediate insertion of
the Court of Claims, and fully lives if could avoid it. masses of buffaloes in a pitfall, and these be them in the North and the South
__4 WILL practice before a Temporary Set on Gutta Percha. which can be our we [Applause.] against ; was made by the North! :in r t&n(
: claims before Congress and the several worn with comfort and ease till the Gums are fully We are one people with one history, which men, honest and true, are deluded into ihe united by a common sentiment, by common the reception Missouri uf a,;SJ&.9tat,

Departments. i prepared for' a permanent Set; then inserted on is crowded with recollections gallant! and snare, and flying from imaginary danger in dangers, vld common necessity, will remain which, after producing; liz agftitcu4hat

July 28. 185S. SOWholesale d that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are I glorious deeds. The bones of an undo of the rear, are rushing into absoluto death in and be the largest, the most solid, and shook the Union to ita foundation was: &'.

-, .' B. XLLS, I I perfect so much cleanliness.worn and admired, for beauty, etrengtb, and iI I mine lay upon the bloody field of the Raisin, I front. [Applause.] In this critical state of the most powerful fragment'of' the Union.- tied by the retreat of the North and the dhri.

and Retail Druggist, j; May 31. 1856._'22_ I nnd the field of Buena Vista was watered by I flairs, I deem it my duty to do what little I Pennsylvania and New York will nol join slots between the two seOtiO tjbrtvritoiy

FLORIDA. 1 I I the blood of a brother. A gentleman now can to defeat the doings of these bad men, with Massachusetts in any such crusade a- then hId by the Union ; an i the, p ieten.sItii

7; NEWPORT, 1 Havana Cigars, upon the stand assisted to bring home his remains I and to preserve the peace and prosperity gainst the South. Speaking of ttte city of slept nearly thirty yeara. But in 1&J8 tt'a ,
from Pbysiciant and Planters put up for which we are ndw enjoying under an equal New York with its and its -
ORDERS 1 received per R. H. Gamble 5000, best qual-! sepulture. population wealth, revived and tbe Northern Stat'b'fr
February 2,1656.greatest care. 5 1 JUST cigar Call and try themMcDODGALL These are my memories, and they are with government, and which I solemnly believecan she would, in case of such a projected era- Legislatures reasserted it io-iher1\tWrp.

: HOBBY. me far above all platforms. [A pplause.l-] only be done by the election of Jas. Ba. sade, join with the'South against Massachusetts viso. They were promptlyjespqpd4 4 I

, LONG & GALBRAITH, August 2. 1856._81_ They are above Kansas Nebraska bills ; they chanan. [Cheers.] I never doubted the re- ; and speaking for myself, I solemnly all the Southern Legislature ,wbc1i

ATTORNEYS AT'LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. JOHN W. EVANS, are above anything except the Union. [Re. suit. With such principles and such a lead. declare, that I also in $uch a case should that such a measure woiud 1 1hazards. eeiL'Wifl

- LONG 4 J.B. GALBRAITH have aseoci. ATTORNEY AT LAW, newed applause.] They gave their lives, er. the Democratic party must succeed, and join with the South. Born in Massachusetts, And in JEW tfceabandooed

MA. themselves in the practice of Law. They BAIMWIDGE, GEO they gave their fortunes, and they would after the 4th November next, our national I I 1 love the place of my [birth ; hut I love justice tbe pretepaioir, >is B

will attend the Courts in tbe Middle Circuit the Supreme give prompt attention to all business en have given everything tut hi-nor for lli!,r flag will till float as it has ever floated triumphantly and honor more. It is painful to contemplate the institutions of the rMt3ieao

Goarta and the District Courts'of the United WILL! to his care,in the Counties of Thomas, country. That sacrifice of honor they were over the Republic, with not a even in imagination' tho catas. States,should be. detTOiod ,ih--- '

State at TalUhame. Decatur, B.ktr, Daugherty,Calhoun, Early and Clay. never called upon to make. They gave their stripe erased or a single star obscured. [Enthusiastic trophe of a dissolution of this Union compared respectiTel'ho.. ,.if S1"mL.1 ri.n8 .
Court tf
the House. 7 '
Office 1'1,1856.
opposite February lives, patriots as they were, and thoy believedit applause.! ] with the evils of which, all the evils 0fld787, bl..hiIrdti 'tu
Oetober 28; 1854. ly .
Just Received. was sweet and proper to die for their coun Fellow citizens of Lancaster, and my old pertaining to or alleged against slavery are territory rtb".I,.!faQ$ =..

. S. S. KNIGHT, Guava nnd Currant Jellies, Prunes, try. [Applause.! Whi
. AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT LEMONS Pickled Oyster, Brandy Peach Fellow-whigs, I appeal to you to lay aside which.influence 'me in giving my support calamity is to come, let not the Freesoil par. without that 5 iDt.rdlct., '

e3. Preserved Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and' Ginger your,pabion and prejudice as I havn done.- the leader of the Democratic party in this ty imagine that the North will remain a'unit i of the two acctiona siost e

TALLAHASSEE" FLORIDA. Green Gage Marmalade. Lemon Byrap, Raspberry I appeal to you all to join hand and heart contest. What are the qualifications requisite for the purpose of making war upon"thd' S tti. sho 1tls "

: ._! ttmlT1.I8IC5. II' 05 Raspberry do., Strawberry Vinegar do., Fresh Pine Salmon"Apple,do Lobeter, and Gingerdo. Had with me to. save this Union. [Cries of" we 'for a President? It will require very.lit- New relative positions, and new'interests' l ap1D1.ith.,;:.. iWP.. et1tIi

:- dock, halibut and StuuL Assorted Pickles, Scotch will do it !" and cheers for the Union and for tie observation' convince you that t the most connected with them 'or even the already sit; up thlifiral ;. _

WILLJAJi1jSCOTT, Ale and Porter., Clay.:] And'-Hell! 'that 'you have"to do brilliant tafcnts do nonqualify a man for the existing, divers )if not hostile interests released titne 'tp .

ATT08tl EVJlV AT A''J, j 30,000 Havana Cigar it next week,1o Ntxt'weotk Is the appointed President! chair"'-but.the lon ett'practical front existing bfids jrad obligations, for'tliiIf I "

-, .oNflOZLLT PLE AMES LIVELY. time t9 aveIhQUnion-aad '.when you retireto experienceconaistent.witl; the greatest bodily will loud to new poiittc.nl! ,omb EattooIs! the North.b

r- 15Th6EE 1P1jid I" vjAnuary__ 6, 1M6.. I '-"yoUr" homei .and, .are (gathered! bvyopr 'vigor that can. be found.b any,ope person, it likely ,that Ne :York,f .plf jntc"reited as a major 9 tWltakeJ6

: 1 J r 1 v-: LU'B--tlrSURAH"IjI.'"",,.., **- hearths' ,. Io CZxJk.f oot, bract I,told-. YOU,so.: You are required! (to.. execute :trie duties. ; and_ en- &- n I fri tb,establishmentIdf iree 'fra WD.bMM H.ftWOTRfri.t *' Pi dare tbe fatigues of the"ofHcer robe President to.tbe ofl :"' .
hnverro yotfrhanew Hit awful! responsibility.AVItb t11 fl4On1IIt imposition la'btltt'tar. a\'l\PN '

THE WiYORIC"Ll Fir.1NStJRANCE.r'c' > lli.i the existence' 'or destrUctiorVtifthe a man should -possess1 a vast kiowleedge'of itrl .nfi>vpf3tha).*rfadflrkOS All m(J.\Ls1 VItIr Ye., .

?tD' ;\. X 'feij6OO: ; J ;Union.ciBut d "'am not afraid." I knowypumjUdo men And tbings .wbieh a Jong expe* New tli fn-J
,' ( 1US_otM th"Ji of lif.-O&II 'alone; in order 'Slui6nVthetibn'bfthVp\ .
rmore. ; 5Q 'ioty! f'xt week.rand carry ilencei pllbJic| giv, ? A : .eUn1r
one for tie '
for or
J. Whit persons yenra '
fit'him for wise selection of arfvisers nd
pflMQcjrjUJQ to a '* ti al b 'vie
whole period of lifeON TflffMUTVAlrfftSTtol. thp StauieLbyi. large majority
Wihitji.. ; Dtvidcuds d
&; : i-f or life. ._.( t. fn d.t. pJ : ; i&'afrafd.You;are )noi goto 'fhis ezperienceibereault i i of lifetime ; Ligh"Q'Libtrl1, sbV ? .lthriy'. i _

I I PUNT FatEKAM" Actuarr Motaw'' PaAKxtn' '! J4,Ppea't 5* 'Wt 6w 'Union:.alkie;-' '[.Laughter nod and \when.jWejffnd: AV man .who. possess?it, I like.a,beacoiv ligh*"aros* fthfe&j&i .4hi,41tj1

: I it.. AppiieavoM rimt. ;.ja TaOahaasee oy crrnzP'.NaL; a together with 'ondting love and ,d"otion to .,waite of the #wttfri.or."'' *. .L eI.M.'liMP

2' i ewd sa'a & iry W,'.I8M.,. ; .. .B.C.:, .. t2aak-jot kindly Jbrjhe: z.ttantionwlthlistenedto the> Union i; _Iraw ftftmf"oM'\orh ft it t\qtiaft'fit'C.for as not'descend' 'to ecal ta v uie:': r. 'llrY : .
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IOM BrIdE ad.. oaold.upea t to you in Cttmptel rto I'r"'woitltell ability and such long and rari&- kperMne jostict and honor,howrar.! .float of thShJ 1a ." .. ... .

w a& LLt- nrLdtere in t by.rchandi Fire OR., ttf'.' you preserve the Union ind toe Cont4tntlou in pablio affairs aa your eODnfryINDlamoatJcb.n ts nothing, to contemplation of thtt rut'eft. Such etanoT b*feand th.,

! I-AXIS January 10, 1AM.. 3- P. n. T.J.WJ8. I,I I have done. !: [TrwwwMtoa)* appltone.] 1r. I lamftt.' ITrfs Union disiolvtdr' ft' d i tbsiib.p2p "ela-iller


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mcnt oaM thos become an incendiary i ill nl ll! 1 I I We shall' reply \trry hrirflyVo' the ont'nIJ'1 I F P2NNSYLVANIAINDIAX& t I. -. .-".: '. c18 -;." r.r;.---tf-f:I: -.wij.-- : .. mIf.&r

;., '"the Southern man,State of ww.. cOnr,frequent and pertinent JJauona to the ktradon, a fugitive slave was crraia* by a r.4

I i t pie would tolerate sseh suppose.a Government any f pen.As the Columns! of the last i issue of the_Sentinel. i Jubilant fusion of the Ffllmorenea! and Freemontera in United Stitea-Mcnbal in Boston, bdd .!11 .QJ.I- TWNIrThe

far the process of distelatfea it is very obvi- He says, I will at once ask 'Marion' to I Indiana and Penn8vlvant.. to defeat theNa- by him, though; satrpunded by an inferUtad. -.4
J eel and easy. A eon'Tari el all!! the Snoib ,state,plainly what; construction he.intends to In last week's FloriJian we published telegraphic '._ \- to annoy oar eotem-.{' crowd, and carried"through the stmtsjto tb*j; IbtINd U' 'Jm "-

era States, or of a eoac&trabie nomber of : pot on his language relative to the 'appraiser,' i despatches announcing Demo ra1" porary of the Alligator Advertiser no little.- art Hoose'. and frpm thence cooveffift by r.r' ,. .

_l ; them, can dcclart the dissolved.Union dissolved, awl particularly in queries 2 and 4 of that very successes in Pennsylvania. The democratic( We did not suppose that an exposure of'thb :the Marshal andfta) .Untod States frfcps/: .
be dt and
4 It will thereupon ; irthislsdor.e
before the 4th of March nut no.President astute article; because, if connected, they II thennom "thereupon went op to boiling diabolical; ,coalition would be at all palatable ordered out by Ftltaore, beyonJ! the Jurisdiction

: cf the Uaitcd! State eaa inaugurated may be easily interprvted into an accusation heat The mail of that evening, however, to Mr. Fillmore's Southern friends, and hence of Massachusetts aDd delivered to Us

the:. grossly offensive to me." I suggested awful doubts, and the mercury fell I,lour extreme- anxiety to impress the fact upon master.

. Yoo are aware, Br! that If Mr. Fremont is As a matter of course, we reply, no construction at once well nigh to zero. Alternating be. their miuda. Now, not one word of thb ia true. Crafts
elected! at all, it cannot be bj a majority oft j tween hope and fear, body waited in
at all, aa a categorical question ad. every The Advertiser says: and his wife, after a good deal of unnecea-
the? People ; for he ia unanimously opp sen ; mits of until connected with the painful suspense until the arrival of Tuesdaynight' "And what the 'fusion P about which much
bj all !thfc Southern States, and by about half none sequel pray is Why, saT) delay, complaint was
: the people of the Northern States. He miybo : presented in the answer made thereto. Mr. stoge, when crowds rapidly thronged : simply a fusion of the State and county tick made at the time against the Marshal who
however then elected the feran .he around the Pest Office. Savannah Meta, a matter that we have nothing to do with, held the
bj of! Randolph has responded affirmatively to the papers process some time after its receipt,
Constitution, but against its spirit; and to questions propounded by Marion' that he containing the latest i intelligence were soon tar4 tional yz or absolute Presidential refused to ticket.'fuse upon That'a the na.the though Crafts was walking the streets of

_- set aside his election, violation thus accomplished. was the gentleman appointed by Mr. Walker circulated by the obliging Post Master,when I whole thing. The same is the case in Pen. Boston all the time, was arrested. After J
would not be ao great a of the ConatUotion
aa bit election weald for the appraiser of State lands," and that he is the following* despatches were read amid sylvania, and it is none of our business who their arrest the Marshal allowed them to be

:. as ia declared, of destroying the equality purpose also one of the company who purchased the breathless silence : or what they do in their State and county rescued by a mob and put on a vessel, and, latest despatches from the glorion

ofhlfthe States, and despoiling them of 19,000 acres of land on speculation, clAim. Pennsylvania Election. matters, ao long as they respect us in national we think, sent to England. Mr. Fillmore did old Key Stone State and from Indiana, **
_ NEW YORK, Oct. 17.-Tbe affairs. Will the Floridian stop it ? or be below
"their Philadelphia give The relative
territorial right ing that he had the right to do so, which has not order oat the troops, and, what la more, one to Pennsylvania .
Whenever the Union ia dissolved the District Ledger of this morning, says th. t it will require kind enough to paste a piece of paper over I ia taken from the Black
cf Colombia reverts to its original proprietor not been at any time controverted by the the official count of the votes to decide that part of our next copy which shall contain did not dismiss the Marshal for a wicked and JUpab&eaa

;.. the State of Maryland ; and that is I editor of this paper. the result in Pennsylvania. The PennsIra the two-inch article on the 'fusion in cowardly failure to discharge his duty, and Courier & Enquirer: .

S eu Jierzsofl. Mr. Randolph thinks that we acted Improperly nian claims that the State has gone Democratic Indiana T"Many Mr. Fillmore thereby made himself responsi PaiLADKLrHiA, Friday,Oct. 17, P. JJ.

: Aa for the competency of the Southern in bringing this matter before the pub. by four to five thousand majority ; also| prominent gentlemen of the Know The enttfe returns of the State received

States to fora aa Independent Government, lic. We think not. Nor will the people that the Legislature i is Democratic by a considerable Nothing party in this State have denied thata ble.The fact ia, the gentleman on the street this morning show the aggregate democratic
oltd maintain it, that question is settled when majority, and that the Democrats gains 3,063 over the Pennsylvaolaa's taUt
i.. Tre consider that the Sooth has a popalati In think so, when informed, that so prevalentwas have gained ten members of Congress. The fusion of the two parties had been consummated stated the cue Burns exactly, in all its de. Increasing Democratic, majority tctzj

: of about seven millions and a half of whi.es; the suspicion in East Florida that all North American (Fremont paper) telegraphsme aa stated by us and ow.attested and tails, to the ordering out the troopa and all,but -

'. about three times aa many as declared their was not right in the sale of the 19,000 acres this evening that the State is certainly approved by one of the organs of their own it was President Pierce1 Marshal arrested Indiana Election.IJDtANAPCLIt .

independence of Great Britain in 1776-that of Imdthat" a special :I&cntVa deputed by I Democratic by 5000. This last statement party. The Advertiser not only acknowledges Burns it was the Democratic Presided that Oct. 18.-Retaros from a&

the imports of the Soctb, measured Ly her prominent citizens in the Eastern portion of may be relied upon. the fusion in both Pennsylvania and ordered out the troops for the Marshal's but seven counties gire Willard (Dem.) a

.. exports, wold be at 1 least one hundred and the State with the of investigating Indiana, but alleges at the same time that and it Burns who sup. majority of 5,200 votes. The renulclB*
fifty millions per annum, which at a revenue charged duty Indiana Election. port, was was delivered to counties in the election! of 1854 gave 170
duty elf twenty-five per cent ad valorem, the whole affair and report ita history i NEW YORK, Oct. 17.-Senator Bright, of this iniquitous anti-Southern arrangement ia his owner out side of Boston harbor. majority for th* fallen! ticket Yoerbe!.

would yield a revenue ofthirty seven mil ions We are not fully advised of the result of that : Indiana, telegraphs that the Democratic candidates no business of ours." That the election of (Dem.) is elscfed to Congress in the 8th DI.

and a kaH: To this k may be added that investigation.These I, for State officers have been elected free soil and anti-Nebraska members to Con. Florida Election. I trict; Colfax, Abolitionist, ia the 9th; Brta-
the tEfctfafaetaring and commerce now cat ried by 10,000 majority and that the Legislature ton, Abolitionist, in the 10th ; makbg t.
solemnly pledged to resist the admission
lands were the property of the peo. and eight members of Congress Democratic gress Additional returns of the recent election} delegation! stand 7 Democrats
on for the SemI by the North would requiretwo are to 4 AbeL.tiouist.s. .
or three millions more, and that many pie of Florida, donated to them for a valu. :. of Kana.iB, or any other slave territory, hare come to hand, which complete the vets .

person not hostile to Slavery, would readily able purpose, and their sale by an agent does is no business of ours "-that the electionof i of the State with the exception of the small a i.

pats over the border fntfn the ruined Commercial ro:; preclude any citizen from the most minute Ohio Election. free soil and anti.Nebraska men to the counties of Dade and Brevare These two Later from Ohio.

and Manufacturing Districts ot the investigation of all the circumstances connected Ciiici.fXATi, Oct. 17.-Ohio has elected Legislature in each of these States is no I, counties will not Nzw YCKX, Oct. 18.-Six Democrats aW ,1
North-Distiicta ruined by the loss of from 13 Black Republican and 8 Democratic poll together thirty votes. fifteen Abolitioniita hate been elected to Ccagress
with the deed of purchare.nd Mr. business of ours, who will vote not to return i
one-third to one-half of their customers. I members of Congress.All I HILLSBOEOCQH.-This county has dane from Ohio. This li a Demoeran* "SQ
Randolph's complaint about the exercise of [ the members of the I to the United States Senate those national of six.PHILADK.FHIA.
: beg, however, to asbre yw that in presen. present Congress nobly-gloriously.} Blessings on her : t j'j't
ting these Views I am ectasted by no desire this right is not calculated, as we conceive, from Ohio are either Know Nothings or atateaxen, Bright and Brodhead, whose tenra Governor-For Perry, D., 319 I I ,

disunion, hot the contrary, I hope there is to strengthen the assertion made in our last Back! Republicans.] expire on the 4th of March next, but such Oct. 18 -Tin State Cm.tral j

___ .! still sense enough left to avert that caUstro i issue, that the 19,000 acre speculation was "Mr. President, did you hear that shout men as Colfax of Indiana and Johnson of Walker, K. N., 157Perry's Committee of>the National AzerlcaBa.
phe. But I think it my duty to show how If did not of majority, 161 (Fillmore and D cd'OD) of this State held a i
legitimate in its character and accessible aliketo you you are a man a great Pennsylvania, have avowed the treason
near the danger is, and how easily that event J deal of Congress-For Hawkins, D., 316 meeting here this day, and reached on aa.
all disposed thus to invest prudence or a most profound sleeper. able sentiment, "FREE KANSAS, OR A DISSOLUTION .
can happen, for which there can be no return persons money. Baker, K. N., 155 compromising support of their own dlstiae-
to that condition in which the North and The charge intimated in the note under It was long, loud and jubilant, going up spontaneously or TUB UNION." It is no business of Hawkins' live ticket to the rejection cull faiioa or

Sooth have thus far been so pTrotpercus. consideration, that we, in oar remarks of last from the hearts of the many who ours that Mr. Fillmore's Northern friends Senate For majority, 161 I' compromise. The Demoerstle majority U

Very respectfully, yours.ELLWOOD, week, had complimented one of the company heard the despatches read-not the exultant have united to elect free soil men to both Eabaaka, D.. 307 .! now placed at 6,000.Fillmore .
FISHER Peterson, K. N., 150
at the expense of the others, is wholly gratuitous I shout of the conqueror over the discomfitureof brancl.es of Congress, to vote down every I Majority for EubAnk., 157 i Hen, Cone Orer I

and must have been inconsiderately an opponent, bet a shout of joy at the I proposition for the admission of new States I Since the termination of the
glorious tl
4 dfJ0ribtan & Journal.TALLABISSEE i made: ; for, how could we exonerate Col. preservation of the Union and the Constitution that does not embrace the "Wilmot Proviso." I Howe-For" Gillis Lancaster, D., 302 lions in Indiana, Peaasylvaala and Olio.+o.
K. N. 143
for in the result I
; glorious of the
despe. All this
Houstoun from in this transaction amounts to
._ censure I nothing in the estimationof Majority for Gulls 159 I which not only show beyond the shadow of 1 1I
-- ---"'- rate struggle in and -
Pennsylvania [
w'- : I without exculpating bis co-partners also, who Indiana I the Adver: ser, provided it hatches an ar. Hillsborougb, Manatee aad Herasado I a doubt that the great contest is betweenBuchanan
Ii was recognized a victory of t th&!
i occupid, it seems, less prominent positions those States o true men of rangement to defeat Mr. Buchanan. The stitute the Senatorial District: i i Iud Fremont, but that the people
in this" grand speculation ? ': disorganizing traitors, whose Advertiser assumes as a fixed postulate that have determined to save the Union and tha
Saturday Oct. 25 1856. I"I MA:ATBK.-For Walker
I designs if co-.summated must have ended in opposition to Mr. Buchanan is the infallibletest 33. Perry 24 ;- I Constitution by making James Baehaaaa
Y It is now a fixed fact" that Buchanan a disruption of the Baker 33, Hawkins 24. Srn -EublDks
Confederacy. It of and
Presidential Election. I was a patriotism, as a sequence that all I President of the United States, what ezessa
i stands no cbanc-thE' choice i is now between shout of mutual 27, Peterson 20. Hon. H. V. Snsll, D.-m.,
congratulation, of thankfulness who not to him I, Filler .tD .
1 TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4TH ISiS Fillmore and Fremont, -Sentinel Oct. J are opposed are opposed to can ora mea Florida hate for opposing
late President of the Senate elected
We desire to keep this prominently before 21. I of gratitude, that the dark cloud of the South.It to the I the DamccrVSc candidate longer He

car readers from now until the arrival of that I The editor of the Srnlinel must have a threatened Black Republican predominance has been customary with Southern House by a small majority. I I II has now become the centre and hope of all!!

day, upon which the people of the United queer notion of the duty of journalist or i' ill the National Councils bed lifted, revealing Know Nothings to denounce Northern Demo. HKK:ANDO.-For Perry 122, Walker 87 ; I hat is dear to as, and around him IlO'2tl!

Slates from Maine to California are, in their the intelligence of the community, when he J again the \ivifyingbeamsofa( smiling, I crats for their falsely imputed free soil proclivities Hawkins 122, Raker 86. Senate-Eubanks I rally svery man in. whose breast patriodtra

respective States, to choose Electors for Pre. i coolly and deliberately pits on record nuch I gl'Miuus Eun. Every htart breithed .1 gushing I : and particularly for a disposition to j 113, Peterson &2. J. R. Nicks, Democrat, I predominates over the feelings of the part

tident and Vice President. I an aserliontht- nhoDoes the i-ditnr j: God ll"ss tile Democracy of Penusylvania : j fuse with abolitionists in their elections. We elected to the House without opposition.: I, san. Gentlemen come to his atandard-

We appeal to every Democrat and friend j really believe what he fay or ran he expec t j -of liaul-of Ohio:" To form in '! ask these Southern exclusives to take a note I The majority for Eubanks, Democrat, for i Bury your party feelings, and let aa aa one

-. of Buchanan and the Union, is this a time for I others to believe! it ? Since last August, t'n I\ procession, with torches, banners and other of he adn.itted: fusions in Pennsylvania and I the S.-nae in the three counties, i ii 193 i man, hating one d&.tiny. prestat an tahro-

apathy, or is it a time for exertion ? Shall Slates, casting 94 electoral! vote, have signified I &.svinbols with rnu-.ic's inspiring' numbers and ;i Indiana to defeat the very party that has been i The reurns: from the Counties above are i ken front to the common enrmy. Ao inti-

; we fold oar arms and let the thing go by default : their intention to vntf for Buchanan in I mellowing influence, was a natui.il move- i j so shamefully and unblushingly misrt present all (;tficiaI.NAss.r.OfcialPerry. i m It ion has been given to aa that hit aniocid

.. ; or, shall! ne ccme up to the work like November four, giving 40 cUrto'nlof, s, lJien 1. A march through the streets fullowtd I I d.! But the elections in these States 103 W&ker92! ; : i not only! possible: bat probable-that rxr-

men and patriots and give Buchanan and I have indicated the tame with respect to Fremont i a, a matter of courte, with pauses here and I! have transpired, and notv\itl"itancing) the en Hawkins 106, Baker 92. Hoase"Braddock, I Laps it has beea or will be seriously: mooted

Breckinridge the overwhelming majority that j -while nol a single Slate has been cn-: i tre-re by way of variety, first at the City Houl | prhcipl: combination to defeat the national l \ Dem, 90, lUgginbotham, K. N., 83.S'AsITNoTi.N.Officia'Perry i iI among tucmselveu oy the leaders of the op-

was given Pierce in 1852?tVe call uponyoa ; r;>d J"oY Mr. Fillmort's party And yet, not. ; where the gene.-o-is host led the way into Democracy, we have been gloriously trium I / 151 I, ''..lk. I I, position. We .trust this (Is true. It would

ia the name of your CO1ntr-in 11! e withrtndi g these facts are well known, tie i the spacious dmirg room and from I Itherce phant. tr 105 ; Hawkins 151 Baker 100. Senate !: give us unapeakftlls pleasure to be able to

name of your cause-:c arouse, eieit yourselves Sen'inel with a dc-liberaten'-ss
-. shake off the apathy ar.ri hi ing "tt maze ita friends, says : It is now a' fixed : up cheer on cheer, and calling (.by invitation: )) 'II Wheatland will be placed i in the Presidential ; Dem., 136, White, K. N., 104.- i ida is the first to set the example of anioa

your whole force on the 4th day of November fact that Buchanan stands no cbar.ce.- I upon F. R. Cotten, Esq., and Gen. R. W. Chair, and his name handed down: to posterity i Holmes! which votes with Washington for : among her people. Let as have one Union

next A free citizen, convinced of the the choice is now between Fillmore and Fre. William, where suitable refreshments were | as the preserver of this Union when i iI Senator gave GillU 83, Cook 53. The vote j: -one Constitution: -one Destiny." Os t this

rectitude of his cause, can never I leave the j mont!" On the contrary, the Baltimore Pa. most bountifully spread for the entertainmentof I his unkind calumniators shall have been forgotten I i in the two counties stands for Cook 195, Gili i subject, the Per.nsyJvanisn of the 17lh iott.

; vindication of that cause to chance without triot, in an article copied into the Savannah the numerous assemblage, and where eloquent I or remembered only as the fact'nnists i lis 179-Cook's maj-jrity 16. I with: great pertinency ask1

incurring the responsibility attaching to a Rdpublican of the 22d inst., says with equal impromptu speeches were made by sev. who labored for their own aggrandizement at We add these returns to the table below WHAT WILL TJIE SOCTH DO NOW ?-It

wilful neglect of duty. Let the noble example deliberateness: Tko contest, to our mind I eral gentlemen. It was a joyful, enthusiastic the expense of the country's good. with a few corrections in one or two.coun. was the hrpe of the leaders of the! Fliucou
I jubilant gathering, animated party, that if they could defeat the Democ-
the Democrata of Pennsylvania by high hopes
yo by is fixed between Mr. FiJcnorc and Mr. Buchanan
lies last week
and The Democratic Party In the South. erroneously reported : I ricy in Pennsylvania, by an amalgamation
pleasing of
Indiana and Ohio incite: you to stand How the brcthern anticipations a happy termination .
with the FHKKO.TT Abolition
agree It is becoming quite fashionable with the 186'6. 182. party, they
of the November
up in this fight for oar rights, our property struggle : .J-r would induce Ihe South to nrjte upon Mr.
and the Union our fathers framed. Somebody to be Cheated.We Keep step to the music-the music that thrill! opposition to charge the great Democratic z .I- I FU.L1IORE.Vhat policy will they adoptnow
publish a Phi'adelphia'! dispatch in an. The IUlti".aJ) ht-hrt (r.m the sea to the bills, party of the Union with being a sectional or / I / I ? The wboJe.amalgamated strength of
The Democratic Club- And which in one glorious anthem combine Southern party, and the bare allegation is COUNTI3. -Q- ; all the isms, factions, kodds and end of afi
other column which says that the Fillmore Its holiest hopes and ita noblest c'eeigns.K w : Ori
The numerously attended and enthusiastic not more frequently made by the abolitionists I. I = 8 parties has been defeated. The vote on the
Executive Committee of Pennsylvania had I K.- step to the music-though traitor advance .I 'C M '4 0:1
t Fusion State ticket is
r : than
Thurs. of the North than the Know of the _ c. : 40,000 stronger
meeting of the Leon Democracy, on With a banner of black, and with Nothings .
all uplifted lance
positively rejected overtures from the Fre. Alacbua jj O 317 be !
189 B36 160 238Brevard can polled by any pouibi'ity by the -
day evening last, indicates: that the spirit of! Be our footfall firi, they will; son pass awayj South. We pronounce it untrue that the 6 opposition
monters for a fusion on an electoral ticket; Like the dew-damps of night 'n the br'ghtnes cf day. in November, whether fused or eon-
: the party i is yet buoyant and eager fr the I great national party, either as it regards its C1bnaa 46 12 12 :9 fused. Whnt will the South do now! Will
but it seems, after all, that fusion has been Clumbia 461
a I Keg-p step to the mu ic-that cons ff the stars 604 414 493 284 314
contest in November, when old Leon will men or its measures, is sectional. It is a libel Dade. they persist in running & candidate who baa
Which standard-come
effected, though it is but justice to that a I brighten our r eice or con s wars. I
roll up an increased majority for Buchanan say Our steps shall be true and th* Union shall be upon the party and its platform. But if it be Duval 492 268 488 I 270, 3.n 274 not the ghost of a chance of obtaining a solitary .
majority of the committee appear to have I The watchword and hope of the bravo and the free. Eteambfa! 236 260 224 2:19, 234 225Fraxklin electoral Tote, and thereby indirectlyaid
sectional it is for Southern and shall
and and effective rights,
Breckinridge. Animating ,
87 1'18
103 156: 9i 168
been opposed to it. Under date of Philadelphia the Abolitionists
unite their whole
Keep step to the music-and trampe! in a or
scorn Southern men into the mouthsof Gadaden 37& 371 $9S 334 402 453
made of Madiion.Cola. put arguments
: were by Judge Mays
speeches Oct. 17, P. M., we quote : On fratricide f emen treachery born; Liberty,. 74 97 7,6 93 strength with the friends of the Constitution
Dilworth and Scott of MontK-ello, Tear down their black banner, and raise, in its stead, Northern abolitionists? 0, shame, whereis Bamiltio 211 195 226 186 148 158Hernando. and the Union t
The Republican and North American The flag 'Death which freemen and hero** can tread. blush southern 86 122 87
Are not
: Messrs. Tap/ Villepigur! Dyk and Parkhill. thy men recre- 122 61 106
Committees are in session together. at the for. Keep step to the muic-it* tone are a* dear to the South and Southern interests who HiUsbotojb 165 316 167 316' 124 196 TRUTH IN A NCTSHKLX*_Judge Nlsbet
.1; of this city. mer's rooms, ,Walnut street. They have As the voices of home, to the patriot'. ear: ant Hohnes 103 U 11935 112 39Jackaoo
_ _ J of Georgia, ( the Boston Post cf
will do this! It baa been well said that 4It \ says ,) one
the 4'11
Keen joined: by seven member of the Fillmore 1 he march is a Nation's whose States e'er shall be, 407' sad 251
The District Court for Leon county has Committee, and the whole body is now discussing .. Distinct aa the billows yet oDe aa the sea.: honor of a nation cannot be confided to the Jefferson, 11501 174 176 S54! 149 273 the whigs who are playing the part citrus

: been in session, in this city, since Monday the formation of an electoral ticket. Or Greeley of the N. Y. Tribune is wealth of a nation ; but in ti'is case both Leon Levy 132.71 488 67 se8 79 4041 34'1 In 6 patriots in his eloquent letter on the times in

: last lodge Baker presiding. ELEVEN O'CLOCK, P. M. very honor and wealth Mi.&aon, 490 4&9 1535 315 2&1lIaoat which he avows his determination to vote for
are proposed to be surrendered 42311
much down in the mouth about the result of
After being in session during five hours, U U IS, Buchanan :
Colombia :Moving-: the Republican and North American State the election in Pennsylvania. The Express and sacrificed.But M.-ioo, .160 361 267 3531 219 tnMoaroe "
The Dtmocratic it\
The of Columbia have Committees, with a portion of the Fillmore having stated that the Black aa we have said, it is not true that the 69 214 61 212, 14 164 *only national party
Democracy county Republicanswould Nassau 92 108 9% 1O6 to 67 which the troubles of the time hot left to honest
; set to work in good earnest to redeem thatVxmntjrtfrora Committee, have agreed upon a ticket whichit throw the blame of their defeat upon Democratic is a sectional party. It is the Orang. 43 60 45 Uole l () 31 men."

: ,the falte position in which she of is the believed sails of will pro-slavery entirely take Fillmore the wind lead.out the Fillmore men, and charge that their fu. only party, in fact, which discusses its mea. Santa PutDun.Rosa 300 I 208 20 101 I 20lJ 237'14 152SLJobns 66 That'a right to the point. It (r. a volam% .

_. -has been placed by tho recent election. A ers. The following is the Union electoral siGn with the Americans bad weakened their surea and principles openly and above boardin 67195\ U USII 96 In in a sentence. J,'. answer enoogh to thep
all sections of the Union. Its platform ia Sumpter. n 81 or miserable senseless flings throw ont that
i TBajortty: of her people are beyond doubt ticket, nominated upon the basis proposed party in Pennsylvania, the Tribune replies : V oIuai&. 6'11 .

:: Ifcfficeratlc, eoij it only needs an efficient by the Union State Committee, in their call Now we have no such thing to aay. The unexceptionable and the Know Nothing ora WAkulla. 166 1" lull 182 :' The the democratic that patty the ia a sectional democratic party.-
for a Union State Convention, to be h-ld at fusion," as far as it existed, waa a political tors wisely avoid attacking it, but attempt to Walton, 11 IS 161 1 121 allegation glorioua
prganastioa (the party to restore the coon- Washington, 106\ 1151 105 'It no I organization, nation wide ia extent, oatic*
Harrisburg on the 21st inst., to wit: twenty- necessity without which disaster was inevi make other issues ; and, what ia most re 11111 with .
broad ita
iytolr in the Democrat in objects, principles aa eosaprehensire
fon&er proud position the
i. six names in common ; twenty-seventh table. But this we do say-had," American markable and exhibit their utter of
contempt *N.w ConntieSi astheconsUtationlsteO'ional.Jian!
: ranksIf every Democrat will put name to be different on the tickets voted for ism" never shown itself in Pennsylvania the
the rules of candor and propriety, the Southern old, stale free soil!1 calumny, which we ovgbt
i&r&oalder to the wheel, this can be'done. : by the Fillmore and Fremont men respect. Republicans would have carried it by a major figures up breath refute.
ively, the vote of the electors, if chosen, to ity, of which Grow's district and Ohio are Know Nothing., after taking the groundthat For Perry, 5.88'Ie not to spend to

.: .. ?.0a Saturday -contribution. was levied be cast pro rata according to the vote given exemplars.One the Democratic party is a Southern sec. Walker, 5,562 Hall to Indiana.

,. 08 the J.itbfuJ; half. the champaigne' and for the twenty-severth name respectively.It .- notable admission by Greeley will tional party, face right about and march in Majority for Perry, 325 Hail to Indiana !f Pennsylvania bat been
a4b also that the electoral ticketto
'gtod thtegrof die town were bought was agreed
I.4iPltOct. 21. be voted for by the Fremont men shouldbe strike the reader, to.wit : that the fusion in an opposite direction. They told us at one For Hawkins, 5,035 enthusiastically seconded by the Democracy
the. ol John C. Fremont time that the measures of the Democracy Baker 5,226 of Indiana. All oar.r.porta show that we
headed by name Pennsylvania was a political necessity, '
-i have carried
7i'JLH tUo6iMr.rS ndnel! unmixed the Hoosier Sate. This was
_ "!i: ,r J\ of oir.wrougbtimzgi.Mt --purt,. and that to bo voted for by the Fillmore men I without which disaster was inevitable." The favored abolitionism, and that its leaders, Bu. Majority for Hawkins, 759 to be one of the battle fefdaJ of Abolitiooinn
ta thVname
by of Millard Fillmore. inference from this admission is, that aa thereis chanan and Breckinridge, were not safe for The only counties yet to bear from officially and it was ao with a y... & 'Theywf

ftdtrog ia'the regions of' fancy, and Then follows ihe list of electors thus agreed to be a separate Fremont and Fillmore electoral the South. If the abaordity of this charge, are Brevard, Dade, Calhoun and Wal able! and Ind (atIabIe orator* .rwwtag the

t .4"klr visions tmiiIZ 6 > .gorgons. and on.' It .. clear from these develop ticket in Pennsylvania, that State is in the face of others, did not manifest itselfat : ton. The majorities in the two latter we Democratic candidate far Geeaor spI 1Mt

j. tJ.i..IU 44c4! irL; ,. "Conr., _._t : ments that! _there Is some grand cheating be. now conceded on'all hands to Buchanan, be. once, it certainly may be seen in the fact I I give aa reported, believing them lo be correct .a terrible af&combination".J&rst baa rit' vsaIslsdWi sif I I.I.mea. "!

.Sa: Htit fta ttm' SevJerM7.Bb iflggfd.bJth! Fremont.. and Fillmore cause if the Democrats could beat the other that Fremont and his party coabtc with the I This morniog'a mail brings the following I of knewiox that fee baa ,,

ti d.iiIi; ,ijk,-Dcm.Ji parties: foiPeBRsylranis.! ',The design is evi. parties when fused," it will be an easy matter Know: Nothings, BUT is no utmvcs WITH RiTCfurt rxox CBAXLOTTE HAABOX. : Indl :m'i'cIfiitl 1_".

4 1.$ '-'. !.. .$ -N.or- dcntiy to. nrtesEe the Booth Americans to lay them oat aa cold aa a wedge when THI DEMOCRATIC PARTY, AT ran NOXTB.In .- Perry 20, Hawkins J ; Walker'lBakVO. ; : that have lorded.It w toe. ..q ,

_ i4 f '.. ':!, "'GMII'OM.1c'tWll ,. bat 1 if there aD 'honest f1JJrno.m.ip'lj'&bi.; eo.fuaed and divided. into two distinct masse the recent canvass in Florida, we hare Fontaas21, UartO. the last tw 1.'n. .

: : ''rTq '.'State' ft.. State.who wttf'ajjow* Jomwlf" lo be thus sold t Roll.on the ball! .. ._'". known two Know Nothing orators Contradict Th candidate has'Da&' only foe Mraftr aI4 .tad.N... \
_ ..U "G':'j1.\ 'YWn",. '"_ :, vvlfilL1.1 .:. t ,. !,l. "- _"JNie* !. o: Ufrt,) for you,)but t t1.zI. 'J \_ Itch .pthjr, though professing to advocate the Bow FElon Succeeds.ta hot has f aintxTMttrai Mtmf pwa.

... ff:... f Mil"tJt < JiOI..Jor.JJaWrwt-2 fusioa, .iof Little Delaware all 'Right tame' eaaso, bat it reraaiued, for .them'to givea Pennsylvania, the Fillmore party fused andre b "." 'u { "
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-r. ; 1D\tWlL&tak saidI PesyklWisfl1T result;f if iaccessful The election which i has taken,place Jof'Inspectors positive contradiction to their: own asser with the Abolitionists ; the D.mrr.taJs.ne !eet the li&ifM. 'r7-:

I :<4JKi=* ). iThe D mocrat Hire 1'O'Ir ; m' 'i '1t t ".t 'tI'fQnJl' for,"'. (the i in t..'Delaware= t 'baa resulted in favor; ( tions. The impudence of the thing:would be carried the State by a large majority. Io atesftheUuItsdtsisjStri, .I. rcui. .. ,. '>.1

; ..ht rth.Bl khe,8ame i Frorn.[ thief:waa don& with the Abt'I'lon: O t.11b IndIana I (..11t.
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'I I Ifnte: Corresponding'. etr hrl cf theJ1tiCeifr&fCozamittee In tbe Pennsylvania' ; ; Election the FiJlmoTeKllnwNthtng &of Pilttbirg. P.. AH other Tee .the- oth'sepee&err; I- tm.. .mm S5Ii 81- ." rsaci YT. .' a .'

ofthe ,mifug;.ii ,ar worthlwa. Dr O aajkj4
& M'Ltaeli
Ampricnns cetaparMna \
had no' State tirke( in the MON or SIMON B RY..ba! about ts the Market ttUJi :e. i ifj
aDd have been, and sin ,now, hi correspon. the gmoiae Yermif g,'slt.hit.0.iebr t0d Uver PiUictafiotrbaiitilattlirespeetableDiagStoret. feet tea- incbea high, baa a down look wlrao Ipekm to, Are again in V1"* t. J *
field bat that
ne d&JDPimUteet in.every county of the supporters 'of gentleman : Hint ***r from one eye tcrott bit MM awl cote raathtd

State: anTtpeJi; advisedly. \Ve have strong voted'with.the Blnck'Republicans to '* "man. IIti4e citi" the ag"Itatu.,..' 4t'nUINO'BROS. tear aoniM his right arm jot tfcore the tut Joint I wimrER1uL:
will |!5 fur bill deliver/) boo or tD aafa FALL 111mB
pay aay
ticktt; our candidate* are I in the field, competent Their policy in this *a stated by the Aligns- place where I can get bio. PHILIP DELL.

and active. I say, therefore' that you ta.Constitutionalist, was.- Bald at all of the Drug Store ia Tullahawee Newnans-ilk, Oct. 25. 1 868-tf 4} .-
The' Siat of Florida going for in town in the Smith. I -.-- -
sttj.rdjTkn 1-U To[ endeavor to deficit the Democratic by one agent every
she Am rica ticket,.State aud National.G :'- I, ', "

ba..BrmM, to United
States Mail sveiea&4iY
If successful to induce the people of 1 ear rxxk b fcc. mikiif LIt_ porchuM. Ocr stock .
Med Ooods-SUU Uut1 laces tad Eabsieldiries *c. Gct M .*i .a7* 0"11I1', _.uint
So mxcii far Know Nothing prophecy. the south to b here that Mr. EcenAJfA.if Is FLORIDA. JOHN PRATORIOUS, and Plantatme. Goods. W..IiI..t.\ .

weak in Pennsylvania ANTL-.Ow leck of Maatlo, Tslsi, Ci.sfa. Bcri zed .... .
Now.for FtrtntitBjrr very- -
% lbs matt fadnnaablsIsntio boos m lh" T.t. V'.J ? n.

A Dcxrciic Gotovttor! 3d. In the event of the eleetio ping into fan Omoc "Dtnaataart. t.\ ; haler ID Rtt&j Clothing. : autGlaDe.e. ported*.by G arf*. Leo**.*, Gates 4a s4 of r" eake Ia It '
October 18(0.
11 I x.
AB" sad'rIuld. SaJr. Taa .8I. .
A Democratic Qongressnan!! th? House of Representatives, to have such a pROPOSALs for carrying the mail of the United ." hritishlag Gto FASHION EOJl '-Uctriaurwd Bonatta, Riplettas tad .11 tilt. ,

Democratic cordial understanding between themselves as JL Bite. from the lt January. 1887..U the 20th ..--- and China Pearl Fsacv sad Moomaf .-
A ballot in sail :drum. -
joint for
majority Hat sod sad Hal
June, 1859, on the folluwiag route w the State cfFLOUDJL I Fall and Winter Gaps III r
am now receiving YsfewfttoM sad B.4Lmit. a 1 suI,7N 1 _
sup. seal
to the election of FBI the Lace. BloOd
tke legislature of ntarly two to one!!! secure no NT to in the time and manner here specified will LACES White sad Black Silk

Presidency.If be received at the Contract Office of the Poet Office ply cf Cloths Cassimeres, Vesting, 6fC., oj thread Laces.EMBROThEEIFr'cb. aaJ Jib ,&a.
G mm eut would be superfluous. Cambrio l.net Dimhr BMHstitched. ,Lg4cgi, Iossrsgs
Pub the fusion ticket is successful in October Department in the city of Washington until B. p. m.. Every Color Style and Quality Linen Cambric and Printed HaadkvroUcf*. . .
on the column for November! of tb* 24th of November, 1868 t* be decided on the COLLAESAHDSLBfiVES-BlaflksaJmiwOrs. ostMt. b. '.nrt.l- BUck

} in Pennsylvania the FIU.KOBK papers in next day : which I make in the most bi I Lao Habits sad lissees.BtepJ. .L I .
d With
6859. From J Barbcr'a stud am prepared to vp and White Ool'ar tnmaa < -
Sac data for the Fillmore Men. the South have already had their acboDrille.lty Newburgn, LOT, Wyu Black aad faatj ., cd Y-
coarse map. VEILS-Blaek and WbHe Silk aott Uluslnca
to Alligator, 10 cade, and back twice a week, in fashionable style On short notice .
The THADDXCS STEVENS is doubt. Lace.Tbulas. PI nod*. Crape* Ac .
game ped nut. The telegraph reports wi'l heralJ four hone enaobe
.t Wtrimm
-.s .%
!lees folly disclosed says the Pennsylraniancf the news-flaming capitals will announce Leave m. Jacksonville Sunday and Wednesday at 7 p. -ALBO- D Neck and Belt Rib*. Mokair head dresses, SwaesJown VMoroMtsinft sad Css&, TOav

the 17th, and if the FILLKOKE men fall into that Mr. BUCHANAN is defeated in his own Arrhre; at Alligator oert day by I p. m.; A ULOC AND WELL IKLKCTKD tTOCK OF of Mafia Antique Velvet. Gimp. Galon T..PandfM Botj'iM tie.sad BeatItiWIM'. .

a trap they cannot say that they have not State, and every free State i* against him. Leave Arrive Alligator at Jclconville Monday next and day Thursday by 1 a. m.at 8 a. m.; READY-MADE CLOTHING, GLOVES chea. Wreaths.HOSE,Tab&G.-sod Lsdi bead* and oraeaaeet G"ts Silk.Bird Wool of sod Cottoa ROM sadTTlovw.. BM*? Gaatf..-

bees foHy forearmed and forewarned against The rallying cry will he, "unite on FILLMORE Cooaiitiojr of every garment suitable for winter wear, Mitts, Gent grey Lamb and Cashmere Socks Children town mad Boots L&VOSk' aad wW .

k. It is to make a coa'idon with the FILL. unite on FILLXOBK or FKJCKONT will &OTE. inch a* Cloaks. Talmaa, Coats Vests, Pants. 4c, do.whkb LADIES shirt*. DRESS Gunt wool GOODS and Silk Robes undershot of Silk Drawers and CMhIl1tf't&. DeLab Robe*. Brtcfa*sad fikek tt. &at

xosi: men, upon the bats that whichever or be elected I" Proposals must be guarantied by certified such Also. a large Fancy Collars s- *
to -
person a* by a postmaster or judge Printed PliOd.Strfp Md WiPoplina.
the two parties ahall reoelve the majority of These will i ot be very satisfactory rallying c f a court of record; and contract mast be entered into UoderahirU.Cravat, Stocks, Hosiery, Ac, &e. I Cbero Silk. Moreen Plain WssLUood DeL DeA. Wool illusion.do,Elastic Satin Stripe belt' Arg ntwe.EtafSi d* .fick J -, ,c.

State the by the successful bidder, with survey before tbe let Those desiring a thorough oil-fit will eeoatlt their I and Colored AlcMms. 'II..:fiM* .ttd WbWm'-
the vote Robe
in chine
vote as proved by cms nor will the people of the South receive January, 1857. own interests by giving rne a call aa all the above aTi i mere. Chatelaine Sot du .
Clotb fine SMortmest of foil tad secocd HotsroSof Qtait ftad ft tap .
Wool hoods Gnus
Skirt, a
thrown for the representative man of eachon them otherwise than! with scorn and Ho pay trill be made far trips not performed and ticle have been selected with great care and with a i ,
for each of such ommiasions not special iew to their adaptation to this market. of
satisfactorily explain
the came electoral ticket', ahull be entitledto deflation! when the that makes them otherDR.
party G-OODS
October 18 1856.
(d three time tbe pay of the trip may be deducted.For ly-4 I
the rote of all the electors but one in the foully conspired with the Mack} republicans arrival *o far behind time as to break connexion do uls
and Cloths CaslnuretU Fancy pruiU. Eeglkh ga{
Black and colored Cassimere
event of the State going for the Abolitionists' of the free States to cause the evils which with fourth depending of the mails compensation aud not for sufficiently the trip is excused.one subjectto .I A. B. CLARKE Marl plaids and fancy stripe Tweeds. Satinets, Turkey Red. Furniture prints arid jimp.'Crash- Pillow Gaud

Look over the resnlts of the election just He- they will so very hypocritical'y'J deplore. forfeitui Fines will be imposed unLess the delinquency Linen, Fancy Ginghams and Velvets, B. E Diaper Green Daite. FUrDitcre C1.c. TabW' DttBftsfcfbe V flriThsIs*
aad Jaeooet
Towels. Cambric,Mull Muslin, Nainsook ,
his Fall and Winter Stock of Hdkf.Sponge Cloths Patent Tickings.
be and now gee
cided and it is clear as the noonday st-n that Where is the Filfh.ore paity in the free f'r neglecting promptly to take the nail satisfactorily from: or into explained a post IS Goods suitable for Brown Hol!1Jd.Stay binding Domestic Ginjrhams. Cotton Flannel Ac. -

the FKEKOKT vote out 1IIImbt.hc FILLMORE States I Where were they in the battle in office; suffering it to be injured, destroyed robbedor HEAVY GOODS'-Onaburg* Biown Shirtint and Sbesting. J.. Dec&htia.t stripes KM,&.
1M W9rn It
1r stripes, Sea Island Bjfine. Twine, Bed, Saddle and Negro E'takeU, Flwy Bkakets, Heed i .
lost and for after demand to the
: vyte it an enormous proportion, probably: csmveh Iowa, or in Maine, or in Vermont Theywe mail ; refusing the convey is consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cans! Plains. Kerseys and Twills.
ae frequently as contractor runs, or concerned -
eu ten to on*. The counties of Bradford e in the camps of the enemy-in the in running. vehicles on the route. The Post meres and Vrstings of all colors aud of the best quality CLOTHING-Gentfemecs Clothing! of eTery eo'.or! sod pric*. a I rj* itcck Orercotti tad Talajat u(..
which he is prepared to manufacture to order on style Whirlpool, Buy Ian. Bearskin. Russia Ac. paWs cud vests of every variety tad maftsr die
f Susquehanaa Allegheny, Tiog3, Erie, ranks of the black republicans, and *.s they i. master failures General to may annul to the contract f ur for repeated the most reasonable terms and in the most cry very latest style. BOYS AND CHILDREN CLOTHING for .t ry ape ud gicr. Gvtta Purcha, Clrtls-
run agreeably contract or disobey
Crawford, Mercer Lancaster, Montgomery. were banded with our enemies then, so will lug the post office laws or instructions of the depart FASHIONABLE MANNER, jog to protect against rain and cold. Gent Ac.muffler, Lioca Bosom SUrts. Fairy Frrtach. die, BTTCQ todStandior

Chester, Indiana, and Luzerne, con'a-n., as i they continue. ment.. H-The Postmaster also order General increase may alter of service the schedule. Together with a general assortment ofREADY.MADE I HATS AND Collar CAPS-Undershirts.Finest wool Drawers fur and Silk Hats, aLso Cape f .for men toy tad iclata
may an by
I CLOtHING I Ld5e! Otots sad Girls Boots sad SUM ta salt .rery tile cl foot aod cf
these results prove, no Fillmore men. The allowing therefor a pro rat i increase on the contract BOOTS AND SHOES-- *, Boys
,' Glorious Little Florida. He also curtail or discontinue I ibe service that will compire favorably\ with any tOck of Clothing i every variety of quality and price.
lid pay may
vote is Fremont in
opposition a s ad ofl CtotL Ttlrtt td 1Wp
everyone Brussels I Ingrain, Hemp Dragg OuyeU.
ill whole or in part At 1".0lto decrease of pay, al- ever exhibited for sale in this city. consisting of : CARPErING.-TItpt'ltry: ply.
of these counties, so that a child cin see The return from the Florida election on lowiug one mouths extra compeua.ition on the amount Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats. i *try Rugs Cbenile and Tufted do Matte and Mattlol.i .

Monday last, indicate that that State has of ser\-ice dispensed with. Bids should lie addressed Fancy Casaiinere and Beaver Frock a: d Basinets i CEOCKERY.-Re&l Chin Ware. Common do, Cat Glue Setts. Ac.HAEDWA&E .
Mr. Stevens
how easy can accomplish his Cornices Curtain Bands. PaUut Sad Iroos. Hatchets AXM. Place*. Stitw Cotton.Sa.s .
i -
for the Fi Imore candidate for Governor I' tit the Sewnd Aseirtimt Post master Gen*-ral. BU- Coats
purpose if he can tgaiu seduce the Fillmore gone prescribed Proposal*for A'o 6859. Fiorrda." Black and colored Coth: Beaver and Pilot Over- I e Cutters, Corn Shellers. Brace and Bitts Screws Knives and Forka Pockets Egdvejt Asfvrt Ffo
l by a handsome rnnjn:ity. What pleaaant CovU, !a1aavss WbMlBtnvwt OK
For further particulars Se.. advertisement Sack Surtouts Dogs. Shot Belts. Lock Pots.Ovens. Teakettls Spiders. Sjpriaf ,
men into a bargain. tidings from an unexpected quarter A I for c '1Ivt' 'ill the mails in Virginia pamphlet, Georgia. Fluridi, RR lah's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Canicaere Yokes, Curry Combs, Crow cut Saw, Handsaws, Well Wheel*, HtoM*. PJaaab BvU, Cottao HWn

i State claimed certainly by I the t Democracy, ;. of 1855* und 1856. Pants Nail*. Smiths Beilowi. 'Asv ?. 'ICf'a Ac.. &. .
"The victory! therefere, in Pennsylvania. and almost ent'ie.y: : given up l II y the friends JAME8 CAMPBELL Best Grenadine Barathea Satin and Cloth Vest, WILLOW WARE, NOTIONS &C--Shell. hon Horn and Rubber Comle. cf a 1 kIn. CJeti tad ,4.

so far from being a Fremont :-u-tory i is a Fillmore I of Filimote, coming over in manly style to Oct. 25, 1856. 48-4w Postmaster General. Fancy Velvet CaMimcre, Silk and Cashmere do.. flair Brushes. Colognes Lip Salve. Ladies work oxes.Glass Weights, Shaving Boze Braoekti. Week .
triumph.1'- Florida Sentinel, Oa. 2]- White Silk do, laces of jet and fancy colors Puff Combs Satchels Crumb Brushes. Crvinr Babie Toys, WWp.Boxu. Pnff
the latter! Glory;}{ enough for one day. Put Gents' Shawl. Dressing Robes. Fine Shirt, Bilk, .Shaving Soap B.[lm of 1000 Flowers. Lubin Extracts, Hair Oils. Elastic Cord HaJr Fie*. Eswks
; This precious item was gven! to the public} I down Florida certain for Fillmore. Georgia Notice. Cotton and Merion Under shirts, and Eyrs. English Pins. Buttons. Eyelet Machines. Envelope Needles, Lead Pencil Silk -P0M Poet

when the editor fancied the Democrats had I Alabama and other doubtful Southern States : ALT, perform Watkin haru.g .ileiuauds late of Jefferson ngainst the County.estate deceaeud. of. Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. Mocais. Armiets TLimble, Pipes. Brooms Letter and Fooltoap paper. While tone. BWts Clasps '

been defeated in Pennsylvania. In the North I will now soon fal into line. The 4th of No. I will take notice that they must present them -A LSO- Tub, ch.CROCERIES.

\ember is the of? election.) VOTE : ta the undersigned authenticated within the time
where tbe l listen I d..v EARLY duly A ereneral assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and .
same ftnoy was indulged to
!-Rtchmond'Whig, Oct. 10. presented hJ'Ilw.llr this notice will he pl<'a the congratulations from another quarter : of tl. 'ir reri>vrr1 I And all prisons indented to said while Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Thread Baltlm?'t Roe Herring Sugar Powdered Crnabed and Granulated Oo ben Better,Snap. Cv&e. Ors ..rs. '

Pennsylvania has for the JfpuW' Florida Election estate are he'tby notified to ri'ake immediate piyount I I do.. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen. Cambric and I Msccaroni. Cbee<>e, Candles Snuff Tobacco, S gars. Cheroot Onion Pickle. Floes: TJrtadj Pfctsh**.
gone Of course the! Erquircr will make a fuss 10 the undersigned at ]hnt t-eUu. 1 Silk lIaudk rrbif'f". Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle I Vanilla, Fresh Shad. Hshbut. Salmon, Lobster and Sardine,Tomato Catnp. WorcMtennir Btsec 1Mb.

cant by from five to ten thousand majority. this morning on the result oft Ii. Florida flection ) WILLIAM W. HEIR. Thr-nd and Marino i Hose, Ac, 4<. CALL AND I, Peaches Quinces, Appl s. Green Peas. Quince. Currant and Peach Jclbe !Strtwbwrriea Pine AppU Ctstoa
Black Republican N. Y. Herald Oc 16. Oct. 25 "6. 8 -43BOOT BUY. Ginger. Sturcb. Saleratus. Ginger Snsps Dried Peaches Catie! Sop. YI ftl1\l. Powdtr Nuts Bnodydi p<
because crowed liitle
This result of a Republican triumph in we a yesterday October 18. 1856. 42 I Jelly CaVe,Candy tad Sugar Piuin Nututcp, Cinnamon. Teas, Smokbg and Che II'Teao. Lid Oil.
1I.0rnil1g.'l. M.y in our friends and the ( AND SHOE SHOP. Burning Fluid Ao. OcU-ber 4, 1866. 40 -
Pennsylvania whether of ten thus nd, five public that we boasted 3-18'trdny: morn'nglicause I '- .
thoezand, one thousand or one liundml, is that 11'H E undersigned. ave formed a co partnership for Just Received -
would IMV-
I w. anticipated we tie! ]'urpo e of making the finest and !lat -st sty e Groceries &c.
for Ibid. Southern
glory tncvgh one "' : no other opportunity; to C! ow.Ve werenever of BOOTS and SHh.S. and pn.mise. to give sttir- i From NE IV YORK, per la'e Arrivals : lottery ,

This Pennsylvania vcte ny still be very I so foolish as to supp-'se that Florida : ('lllJlln tn all who m/y wii h to patronize then.- u'ter. English Dairy Cheese ON THE Just Received fronN.Y.' md N.EXTRA 0 :

close ; bet lithe Fremont party kavesurreciied I would caet its vote for Hllmore. On the : Work dune with nmtuess and iln-'[ .:ili. GOSHEN PIot: Bread. Havana Plan Lottery : csd Scperfia Fleor.

even by the skin of the r tetth, it ih i (!ni' contrary, we J.2iVbtif'rml maintained that PROTZ 1 I .IDITPU. r r. i ilutttr" Lemon Clackers, I and Crushed
I Bogs.
; Oct. 25 Ctinur nfM.urt.eurNtmi. Foot i-ls .
43 )
entirely to the strength or their: cans" a.d lorda; would go for Buchanan.: 'I he ft S'11t ScgarBartels | r02,000 DOLLARS I Ii R-o and Prime old Java CcfW ,

the popularity of their fnr.dirllteIbid.. I i of the Nmember election! is bound to nuke Tax-Collector's Sale. i half barrels nod ki'ts! of JTo. 1 Mackertl. I | Chocolate. Crad? Sueir. Msaoanci, _

I : -AJ.SO- : Only 15,000 1 i1lber8. j Pick'**. Whit Wine| ?VSoejfar.
!Mill.ml FiHlllue! PI'i.i\
that 'If th" Ui'cd
iza't it 1 illn' Srntinel
Singular Tl'e re !
I I Ix; b'ltl l i"ffttet.o) Ci'Urt H-IP door i.i Ba'l'morc: : RJS H ri:1< in Barrels. I Ii Candy. Green erd Black Tea
"rILL ?
should claim the fancied -' ui; ill ivuisylvania :: ttiis. That's-h'l 1 l we: Laio to s".".-Richmond l.'wn "-f L<-,)\'ile.: c.n tl.e list II ,:.1III For ':!!.- by p R. H. BERRY. ;i> JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY Brown Soap Tvi'ct Soap, .

I IVhic (Oct. 11. I January i.fXt tlit\ tillingihg iaiMi to v.lt : ll.c I 1 C W Jf 0-tobsrl8.56. 42 (II Roturb and R.dy tad Fig Tub****. _
as "a Filimore triurojh j arid tl.at I cciimi IS, tun-mi.iji I II. nrige 14. \\et'l..d i l upon as'th I I -- LOTTERY. ; Powder. SLot and Lead .
Admirable The! Statrs a'l
the Fremont Herald should burn:h o-.er tie I logic go :1 ; <- |Toperi\ ">f CIMr't'8 Barnes, and al Id t.> ealufy! : I II Linseed Oil,.White Lead end Patti,

; gaini-t !Til i rr..re in O.toher-\.t! the l.ction the :tste. County awl Rond tax. Trnf! eeh.JOSEI'hI WOOD. GXDS'JiA-l Winter Bleached Lamp Oil.
sarns resclt as a Republican victory ? Who [BY AUTHORITY OF TilE 8TATEO.CLASS ?
in November "i-t bound to make. Fillnmre I I' 1'RLVAIT. i PROPOSALS will be received at the i II III j Boratrg Fluid Star and. Sptnn Ct.& .
Is the Sentinel o1 1. Oct. 25 43 Shff and i-x oflitio Tax C..lSect..r.Land SEALED I -
trying to cheat ma i ennettt I President!" \' that the Whig II '_ __._ _. ._ ___h ___ __ I lirr'a Office until the firs NovernVrpiox.T S. t LBO:0..
I I s-nspect I :: o. f..r fiimidhin' to tlie State Seventy five .I .An usortesent of Fluid Solar tad rTH Lsis

Bet it seems that the Fil'morit's: of 1':(\'; boasts in this as in the care of Florida he and Negroes for Sale, !t curd of Hard wo..:I and ten cords of KgLl.wood; to TObecfn.-"nN"yemLerlfth.ISII8.AtCotJC'lirtHAn a ALSOThomast'n _
111'; us4IeraiIIe.I! offer for sale a II act of 253 be. delivered at the Capitol !
York city understood the. hats 'Ier of the I csus" the editor anticipates that ho will have T acre" i,f LA Nl>. 1_.JIlL on the Mi<*c 'duLie Lake I Ini'Ar T. W. BREVARD, Comp't. ., Co:. Gto. 3!. LfgiTJ. and Jw A. Ni*bet. E. j. Limi.Bydi .

triumph" much better than ttitir confrire I I.* no other opporiimrfy). to crow !" HerrirgV, Store. Tlie land is fin* ate quaJitr I October IS. '58. 42-2t SOEJEJlWE. anile C.octet, At.**. .

down South ; for whn: intelligence ieacht'd i Oak mid Hifkory-about 225 of it clei.red and under I I I 1 Prize of .. .... .. .. ... .. .. $15.000 For Sal by O.LJ.MEGflt3I6. _

that city en the 15th of a Democratic tiiornph I Mr. Conrin on the S amp for Fillmore. g'itd fi-nce mid well watered with running brunches NOTICE.MRS. 1" .. .. .. .. ... . ..6,000 October 4. 1S58. 40-t.

ovsr the Black Republican} and Know and never failing spring The improvements coneistof I BROWN. Music Teacher would inform her 1" .. ... ... .. ... .. 2.000
fuiionists of the Cincinnati, Oct. 13.-Hon. Thomas Cor- f a conif'irthble duelling.h"ue and 'gro cstbina that she has changed her place of instruction 4 .. ..11.000 are .... ... .. 4.000 Fall and Winter'Goodfl.

Nothing PennFylvania and I win spoke at Carthage, K v., nn. Saturday.He .- I go .d barn ami No.1 gin h.us<; and screw The present I from the Female A.:wl my to the Masonic 5 .. 500 are ... .. .2.600 .
Democrats were jubilant over their victory defended Mr. Fillmore's administration, I )earV c. tton crop will bring over 3000. Any I Lodpe where she nay be found at the usual hours. 80 . IGOnre . .. 8.000 THE Subscribers are receiving their FAII taj .
the N. Y. of Mr. Fillmore : gentleman wishing to purih.ice can examine the GOODS cociistisg! of Dry Goods Hard _
supporters joined and denounced the abolitionists who refused i pie[ I Oct. 18 56. 42-4t 20 Approximations of $100 Prize are 2.000
viththem in celebrating their triumph Query I rinses uiul h.iy ton al'c"mm..r1l1tll1 term If desired.fifteen I 60 60 are 2.61'1> ware Groceries Crockery. China.Glan and Wtadm' _
to support Mr. Clay against Mr. Polk in : ni sixteen likely NEGROES men, woiueuaiid A Plantation for Sale. I 50 20 "are 1.000 Ware. lo! U and Sao t. Clothing, lists Cap*. Batf- _
-will the Fillmorites of New York '
not city I 1644. He maintained the right of Congress 1 children can also b. puichiib with the place as also I ne&e.&a.! Fur w. by
be hughly mortified when they learti that one mu'e: stock cattle. utrnuls I"HE mdfisigrn<"d will sell at private 'le. a very I G. & J. 1mGnnnsA .
horcea. firming: I
hogs .
'o It-gislate on *!avvry in the territories ; disclaimed i d*>f>irahe! plantation: 7 miles east of Mont'cello 1,712 PRIZE3. AMOUNTING TO $102.0001 I
of their organs in Florida has claimed as a I &c.. MiUi all the com, fodder. tc.. made this season. I I October. 158&.t ,0-1& .
the purpose electioneering f any <>n the flat ford rond containing four hundred and lor- I Tickets 810-Halves *5-Quarters 82.50.
Fillmore triumph" the election of two out ol Apply either iu person or by letter at Miccosukie.
man, he belonging to an old party, now ex- I Oct 25-tf 43 G. W. MOORE. I ty acres of excellent pine land IInt1 hnndre-1 and sev II Prizes Payable without Deduction.
three avowed Fremont men standing upon a I enty-five acres under cultivation; there is on the :Bonnets &o
tinct. He vas an orphan and spoke fcimply I I I Persons seeding money by mail l Dud not fear its -
; free soil, Black Republican platform I We I as A citizen who desired to confer with [his The Union Bank of Florida") p lace a good dwelling house and necessary out buildings being lost. Orders punctually attended Communications Received an assortment s f Boaoeis 'Arttt-
I house and and excellent well of JUST
: pause for a reply." : vs. (_ Leon Cireuit CourtSrnallwood a gin screw I confidential. Bai>k note of scimd banks Flowers P.oucb. &e, At
I fellow citizens as to their duty in this emer. P. Allison! and (I ID Chancery. wilier For terms of sale apply to subscriber residing taken at -A.LSOBeb..l".n .

; The U LottUrille Journal"- Know Xolhleg g"ncy. He had no political aspirations. He others. J on the' place. GEORGE RAYSOR. I Thou wishing par. particular nonber should order im Fashion! of.OetI..Rss .
Oct. 18. 56. 42-Ow .
; Paper Supporting Fremout. Ii !had had enough of involuntary servitude TT appearing t to the Court. by affidavit made in this --- mediately. Men and Boys Cloth Cape. '
an-l rldimt-d the benefit of the ordinance of case, that the above named defendant. Small wood Address JAMES F. WINTER. For Bale bv G.&LMgO1NY79J8.

The Nashville Union sass that the Louis 1787. The people themselves were to blame i P. Allison resides out of the State of Florida and in Removal of Indians Manager. Mieon. Georgia. Ootober 4. 1856. 404tTo ,

,: tfllt Journal edited by Pi entice, is a lemnik- for much of the trouble that the country hhd the United States: It itiordeied and decided that the TI 'lIE War Department having authorized a per I Dot 18. 1858. 42 I .

; that said Smallwood P. Allison do arpenr nod plead or .1. capita reward fur living Indian, who may be I ..
able been brought into. He }believed Mr. the Public
paper. the bill f tiled in this
answer <> complainant cause. C'ptnreil or induced to come in for emigration preiciums Tax Collector's Sale.
: It footed op a f.w weeks since, a long list Fillmore's views were the same as his own within four months from the date nf I he publication I for h'tslile Indians delivered to tbe Commanding DAVID LASH upholsterer .aad Hatrw BIMQ
concerning the power of Congress to legislate of thin or er. <-r the e.iid bill of complaint will be Officus at( Fort Bn.>ke. Fort Mvers Fort Cupron or BY virtue of i he authority in me vested b* law. I from the Blind Aiajhca, Kr YAT ,.
conversions, from BUCHANAN to FILLMORE. tiken for confessed against him. And itia further will expose for sale at the town of Ridleysrille. tender oh thanks frr !
en slavery in the territories. Fort Dal Ins South Florida, will be paid by the under. rejpyetffllly put ivan aid!
Among others were nine men living in Talla- oidered. that this order be published once a week ina signed at tbe following rates: in the county of Liberty, within l legal hours, on the solici's' a eontinoanr of patreoaff. wLkh.i1J.P' :
printed m Tallahassee, for the of first Monday in February. 1857, all the lan'ls in said de&vor t*> merit. He has band all k&d .
Tennessee. There newspaper space For each warrior living. .. .. .. $250 to |500 oa f Krtraises -4
dega county, never was county known as Forbes Purchase" assessed as the '
New York Market four tr.ontl woman 150 to BOO.ii ,and will oannfactur to order Spring .Uvraas
such a county in Tennessee or anything likeit. NEW YORK, Ort. 20.-The Cotton rrnrket Passed in open Cccrt.this 28d Oct., 1866. boy over ten years firing. 100 to 2 iO. property of the Trustees of the Apalachicola Land s**. or any thing in hi. lisa. Bt H>nfl"" Ml,tl_. r .,,
J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Company or so much thereof as may be sufficient to East of the Post ,- t tTallahais
The highest rates fur all but th infirm and c. ;
What the Journal.- and much unsettled. SHies today helpless
mattered that to is dull' assessed I
very Clerk. the StitU and County Taxes thereon for .
Tefte-COUNCIL A. BRYAN and fur these not less than above. pay October 4. 1855.4.0 :'
500 bales. Middling Uplands quoted at the 18M, together 'ith the cost and j
Ninsteen.twentieths of Its reader will never I JOHN C. CASEY. Captain U. S. A. year expenses L .
12& cents. New Store-New Goods. of sale. WM. G. ROBISON FOR '
know better.Again. Fort Brooke. Fla. Oct. 18. 56. 42-Jm SALE ORRENOVTTT .
any Tax Collector Liberty Co.
Flour has declined Is. .
'HE un The people Kentucky, notwithstanding Wheat declined 2d a 3d. rJ citizeua of this and adjoining communities tbxt India Rubber Belting.A ,, .,X seven mile from New Port. cccUinac PLACS :

their long familiarity with its abolition he has just; opened Dud han ready for exile a well selected 1200 Land. .
LARGE SUPPLY of Indi Rubber Belling of .er 40 or (0.000 boxes cot.aa
f tendencies, have been greatly shocked The Charleston Courier contains the fol stock IIf Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing two three nnd four ply. warranted fully equalto I Notice. 11 worked one yn.r. "'OI.TUU Dwzr.zzta .I
Boots.. Slio Hats aDd c1c. nil of which he '
lowing Communication from a Bostonhn : II -8 Cap Leather, and 75 pur cent cheaper ; in fart con-id- A LL persons having claim acsinst the estate of and all RfentiTX CrnruEDfo. For UretJAKES .
i with the Journal the last week, at its open (iffers la, sell on the m<*t reiist'nnble terms. Aim fine ered by those who I-KTO tried them superior to Leatbr. -l- William R. Ryan dfCttU.d.late of Leon county. OKSOFtf. ;

Advocacy of the election of the black republican To THE PEOPLE OF THE SLAVKHOLDINGSTATK Havanna Cigars to sell to those who can appreciate AH sizes,from 4 to 14 inches wide. constantly{ are notified to present them, properly authenticated, New Port. October 4. I8SS. 4Mt( '- ..
*.-Ge; Zemen: In cane FKKMONT is the siiuie. Please give me a call at the house formetlyuccirnieJ on hand by D. LADD. to the undersigned *administratrix within the time rqivred I ?

candidate for Governor in Indiana. elected, we the pro-slavery men of the North bj E. M. Fruleigh next door to George Me- N"wport, Oct. 18, 18i&. 42 ; by law or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Executor's Kotioe. I

Prentice saw that the democratic candidate would recommend that not one pound of colton ginni L. LEFFMAN, Agent. their reeoreiy, and all those indebted are requested
Oct. 25 43 to make immediately. month after dat. I will to U JU
payment ririmi & ; |
India Rubber
wes likely to be elected and that rice tobacco be sent to the 'Northern I Packing. SIX '
fearing or OFFICE-TALLAHASSEE R R. CO. | SUSANNAH RYAN Admt'x. Court of dldeq .oooa; as; *a MBt t
*om. cf the cor respectable FILLHOHI men Stales. Let it be consumed or perish on October 17th 1856. \f INDIA Rubber Packing of all thieknesies. from, 3- October 18 56. 42-8w and vouhr, aa executor of tb*. s4*. of.JeM '1R\. .
the where it rather i inch constantly on hand at D. LADD. Malon debased ind at tM aame tbtf. *rpJj **< '
ground was produced Public are notified that the TaUnbassie Rail : e .
might hesitate on the day of the election in Oct. 18. 185G. 4i
than let a pound of it come north. We hnve TilE hun: : been completely re-constructed and Newport. 820 Reward. final disehjugt from UN fcrtbee. >dmlai.trstestatt. -ef 11I1 .

identifying tbttuwlvsi with the black republican hun. iel..id with he ir->n, w now in fia order, I THOMAS 1&UIt2Quiney /).
here hundreds and ivy running WILL f Dollars
factories: over one Drugget, Carpeting and HearthRug I glee Twenty to any person who October 1 1. ISM. .1. -
he baa thrown his influence into and has been in successful operation with steam motive
CABS*, dred thousand people depending on your cut- will deliver at my bousa between ClyatTflU,
power.ibr two weeks. The train drawn by a .. '
the brctck t* raIl} the faltering co'umn. Another ion, many of then are Fremont men, and who Lownd co. Oiv. and Bellville Fla, a black bone.- Notice.
first cla-s Ltn-omotire Engine. made by M. H. Baldwin
t FINE LOT Brands two and three Ply Wool He is heavy bo.ltd, clus built, age about seven
point to be secured by this course was get their bread by slave labor, and yet they i & Co., Philadelphia; leave. Tallahassee daily. A Carpeting. Also a few pieces Wool and Cottondo. year Or ten dollars to any one who will give tne w*.ka.fUr the first psblicaHoa It t.n f ,

the FltMKmTTol. (Ky. which if he can net against th> interests of the slave Sta es. (Sunday's excepted.) with pllIISt'n: ers Cars {attached, ., And fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget for sale rightat inch information a* will enable me to seonra him. I .SIX will apply U the Judge efPxobte .rx.-
,' Let all Southern produce be kept away from afrOdillaln pIe ueoommodation for passengers.The D. LADD. think he was tol D between 'BAhiUe and Jasper county for lttra adromJatrattaa! tV> frftlt_d .
bring Into the wppert FILLXOKS n against the North snd in less than twelve months Cars I leave the Dp at 8o'cloe.. A M, and Newport. Oct. 18. 1866. 41 Fl*. Address the aoderai iedat Olyatvill. Lownde Richard Rg ta.lat. of Lice, vty.d.'s .
reai-li S(. Marks before 10 o'cloc-k. A. M. aid connect '
BCC&UU wB'gtvatly increase their chance there ".ilIlie such a reaction in tie North as line of coaches New which -- '-' --- co .- 13I.
with a post to Port. return 'lLe.
October 1856. -t Oelobw 1 .
Shoes Kerseys Linseys and Blan 18M. h
for that $t&t... Sat many of the' more bonott to make the most anti-tlavery Surta we have again from thence to St. Mark in time to connect ._,
here I State. Touch a Northern with the Cars which leave St. Murk. at 2 o'clock P. kets. "
Pnrijjiin..09a, of- >Kentacky. hare been man's a pro-slavery pocket and touch his most M.. and rea'h Tallahassee! before 4 o'clock. P. M. YARDS awerted Kerttys and Oft For Sale. Executor's t Oi

ocbd e& tHe".moo and are murmuring you The fare on the Rail Road each way one dollar, lUjUUU Plain,. THE nndm: BM Xxeector.af the, lactvfl u4
tender part. and b* post Coach from St. Marks to New Port each Wool and Cotton and Wool ? HAT Beautiful Location where mow rs-
1 0>>0 yards Lioseyi, 1I .L tutarnit ofW7. JL Branic. d.eqei.lM.1.-d
gels*fe. Tfc9. .dtor, attempts to justify! ,A PRO-SLAVERY MAN. way fifty cent* 1.000 pair grey mixed and whit Blanket, fiIV I side oo Clinton Str *t.near the College. Lan county. btbr gfrM otIs*to ilj\ _. _

...,. many d*moc.aupr Boston, M.urbu..t'tt Hacks will cull a'' the City Hotel to take paaiagrrr l.OOu pairs Russet Brians. JIL1L There are over fir. acre of Land attachedto demand. egsintt said ttat tn prw ...' ,. .

1 fU... ,&fwee for PXXJCOTT -- to the Depot lit'll o'clock. A. M, and will also With Woo Hat*. Osnabnrga. and snob lib article the residence undivided by *tr*.t*v en tb. premi ,: I ly authenticated; within) the Urn* pnftfi* 1. ,
be in waiting at. the Depot at S \ o'clock. P. M. to for Plantation b by *" a fin. Gtrd.n. Stable, Cornerib Carriage -hous or tbt ootie will bo *
.Sale Dr./rI'Lane's/ Ternlfoge.iaxMf ute, any quantity, p.s4d Hfcsraf th ** ei
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... ?flhj I fI.ht ._ ,trj- ; convey passenger op to the City. Person desiring D. LADD. Neo ubnleI, t splendid WU of cool water and good and ell tho** Indsbtea em 31 '*ted to MJk 9w
J' 1" st .' to be culled for at other points io the City can be aoctunmndattd Cittsm. There are several beautiful the ''
.-: I. wI. .tbsbsdrediof, letter, eerti6eAtfi rt. Oct. 18. 1856.Master's. U Squares on mint itnmedlstv'j. ] HXAHOLIijE; .
.' .- Br by notifying Mr. 'P. B. Brokaw at hi*' West and North aide of ihe.CoITegt, iiauHe for r si-- OctoaerlMasi: -:'MirW.f> JP .' *' i
rtkra rvtieiv the ,Fitmiinf ,
sal bj proprietor Livery and Sal Stable. The H"tel at St. Mark< aff dences .bch'r will Jetl'! print. saTe Tbis ."* rare Mt h l < "*t4?> A'IXOuO

1I..i.: .. r_.Wwe cf ntttburgk Ft;of thit nwdick,, the folio*lag are .rd, ample accommodations fur the puhl a. and. the Sale. opportunity, offered to ihoa*persons wb.'.J desire .'a i.. E : ::

7161 Mtouftoshmrfts ciitncter, tod. to effect of it* liberal entertainment U has hereto foi a dispensed bus to locate in Talhhass*. and iacat tbar{ children In r1: rat.
"t.a.t.oltt. ... earned (for its present w.H kn wu proprietnr a widespread rirtne of a decree cf the Cireot Coort of the i'her of U. ml..or f.<3ol fgtrof tbia! jdty. od- .BRRQUGflj ..
.. te'c ..6 gw1 ;, w\ :;; 7 : repntatioo. t clever gn'Jftmno. and a geo- BY Middle Court for Leon eonaty.rendered' in a eft. surpassed by noo for tKttbtoty tad.tcqoireaMJtl! *cf P 00 baJfor5 S.S-S." jgepferiWi
b If.dBc'.f1'JIf1t 'f4iLD iitb1'Jai1A; ; crone twit. B."WILLIAUSeot.od Uin Cause,, whw.in"C.raWIIT .Smith., Treat*. and the g ntl"m. b charge of tfct abnv inatitufrna"7or ha prof.uoc$.tI'.diat.lOotr.her _w

.i ( :?jan*._l;wr4'T5t { 9opriDtMijeQt at tb. Depot. otbvrR are onmplaixuut and James T.Amber and other purtiealin apply to JOHIUL LLOTD. 4, 966.46.41' -,.., -

nc tJJ.-- "_ ".i 'f Oe 18, '66, 4S-U l euP1IL are def o
.. III t'" "Dsfl : the oral day of Mmbr Dt' at the Court BOOM "NoU-i._ .. .
"1M, 1t .J -.-. i .
4' door ia Tallhaa* e. at the usual boor.,the following .'
wE ; I'IOIII _
'IJ 'fiIItif.C': ".' ;. ._," .__( j\.d. ,_. I'l, tiMe< .. ,Notio. d Mrih ii ]It.t.II.tIMied. tb.erty Tlh\hae. via: Lumber.WE IfrtNt W.m 'I '

P '.ltlt", : .. -ti7..' .' _! _.....Lt n,.l 1 $1fsk WOfIDI.l QIZ montlv ,sft.rdstii 1 sIpiiisreif fiatlk a. Loa !o. ,.6O,51 l.a U, in th._Bripoal .plan of have m bw fbi tbr B z htmeVed 'ousi d'r. c : -
I .. r : '..eadtfj.akea.tor > envtt mi voodur*'toib* Huh.'Judg ofFrvbot*,". wiJdtv.TERSIS.. ft nf fan* Szispwx? Lcxxx of"*r ry diaeriptlon 10 \' '
"_ ,; r. ( ,". .', 111 I'J" Iiftlaiit, 4Iii '' jot GisibJpdiUMji: .xsno RioWsi 0raocoan; ; one tbS eoah Dd.1aaotira en4'aad.: wtlcbwill| U'AiHrma."Tlir.a.l ha .1o.iwjswte .. ay
'1' ,I. ..1. ... -. } Clf.rcat. ;B;.oa Jabd "ait"' f adisifrmi'eiy two fttn 1 title*to be rtaind aotil thpavront of TbnM Lnoj,r, can tddma m .At Oewrrnju.COiTOS or t.zj r _

..: VeaJedWiIj. ai3infoitratkm of Mid .tat. tk.ll l t jnUl *Dt/ a fl. AUaflH.ia B Mwtd MrIOtiO.. ,' klot-'are en&l'DOted t IDa.. tlllftt4d.
t ." 'u !AU'1p. : .; :!4!. JAMES E B'OtabtvU. i ... UWai' C'h"I: f'j.Ckt LL; 4 CO. tQ AUUDJ.AJ 1iI'J.isym

t1o1 .me b eur4 &e 1t. PgvtHrs .m bot esreful at' fn t. K" '64. 4t 1 p. 'I' 414o: .tri 1'1', Iss;. CiI I Oetier u. 'u. -h


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PEGCLAIATIOH. Money! Money!Money! !!. TO THE PU1LIC. J l.-t B'PARJIBRB"AND .' :F'a I ,-'
__ O Qjd'riht ; ; f" : fl.,
-C. -I- CERTIFY : w 'fRVTT"GROWERS.i CeeTal .erdutI j

.11 i ,. \f 111tN! t Dr. W.*oi.1Jdiie.t Oniffi Qy for the J -1, : t :NEW, 'PORT, ,FLA.atMdtlM I VERM: Jir :
ftit i ttfos; & porpon. dtatBoigrnBef of aVery painful and 6Jtr' ----0--
) T T' wW a p..ckef' :. if they only tbkJtso,... .<: the Dale.eye'' ese Aithu HAVDfO pord btcrwt of b.TJIoKd .
NOTICKIS dlda. I have got a new article, from which from five t. all stily gciM.before I vkitcd the Doctor.1;borfda: ?& Patent ,Air-lit MOT. (of Uw late firm of',-. -I V. Pre twecty 4ottat*iy eao be made either by male orfemale. ..Wf1"ray meek nd'aboot a> Wsnua) trader to ocr friewb and Ac pJO t UYEPIL&I
Wil..idd y .
of'tW1J. d Ihlb 1b'J
the.. : 1t4N.f" icmrWg Jva .
rri Mrvico io the .
I ocr i iud Bay a.t 'c '
It i bwioess and AID netlnllUd to that 'Dr.
highly rerpeetabie aa artici Ire. ry ibe1y' J -
eioeU to the orr.ral CooatSw of tbk 8ute.oa TUES JPiier U. 'I'Wa v1i a.eztive.ly '
oeaJor Fbrwtniinr of CoUoS aod'Mercbaodiii.Tb Tw u.
did : _
V ". wbieb M wanted in every unHy intbe United reline me. cod fed it not been for my Una*to 1 '_
rffoTe W ased io the East aDd Nortbera State Jut MMOO, ,
,. ; lUitV dolUrs raaH. rvk myself to extreme cold bad I I oar Ja8bd potthKtf w* fernfn ovafeetr .
: &tttrt. e me two by at my expose very wemtLer. of TaHahaMee aadarmmdieg ,
DA.Y:2 H wm be btrodoced the ettisoM '
maao i iwftf- rward do before that I woold hare bad to tafr; for the g* bcrHofara cxteodtd at, sad t '
and I will ft by return mail, a Circular with I DO retina of the pMrpn
vbo Itaa
_. X Ziee ttt b i > full inMroetSro ia the irt. The business is very easy. I disease. I visited the Doctor a Beeood time aDd be' eeaotrj by the Dden&aed fa this BOW tortb hope, by our attention to their bterata i ia&Sartto They are. not It'CCQIIf-
the exdonr Tindmty
; Cbrie.In ifq.u of and will relieved me agam and so far the various right merit> eooflpfaance of tbe iaoe. -
Try it are out employroent. you I ; reports mendedCurealls
ltimooT 'wber.4( I haYe hereooto t coming. It is only micmrj to eel and 'as TT.bRy
my never regret it; for it will be better for you to pay about the Doctor's feyuring or failing to relieve me P.K BAILtlE WHTTAEEB.New -
article and toe recommendations of
Land C&DMd to be affixed UM Seal of the LbeM 1st 1111.I .
the above and iixure basioe than they are positively false. As regard Dr.Holer's Pcrt'Ia.Jii1y ,
sum. a good ** to
(K4L.j State of Florida,, DOM at the Capitol io Ib the pencn who have need them to be convinced that but
for adverteement km in the Trttttnl of Camctrt, I know of (r
twenty-five cent a spurious DO Physician ,
City-of TaU/baWee' ibis SCth day..f Angus*, t This pay> is no' humbug. Try it/ Try it! T, ill Ad io the>,'world that I would sooner rely on than I they are the best moat ample and economical articlefor Having dkposed of my bterest the l&Ie zf "
o&red the
A.. D.1&$$.. ,.. JAMES. E.B&OOME. drew yoor letters to DWIGHT MONROE him. As a SURGEON and PHYSICIAN,he is equal the purpose ever to public. They can firmofRichardsooiWhitaker, to Measra. Baflli 4 what that' name
.. be used the most unskilful without the
GoT mor of Florida. New !ork to any in the Southern States; and I am happy to I by person Wbitaker. would tender my thanks to my friend and purports.

:'. By tbe Gorfrnor.,.. ,< .AatIv Sept 27, 185 m MY that I band him to be a perfect gentleman and I slightest risk of failure. with circular patroDIlor their lama kmdne ,and eoofidentry recommend ;
., ;; Philanthropist, and adriae all afflicted with dr"Parcbuen are supplied a containing to their favour and support my voeceMor*
l""""" person I
: full and reliable directions for fruits
: Secretary of Florida Turpentine Farm for Sale. Cancer, to visit the Docroa as MOO as puesible and putlingup in botioeia. T. J.M. RICHARDSON.July The Vt
and tomatoes in these the whole ; iuqf for
: Aq. 10. J U6..rIi have their health restored RANSOM COOPER. Cam placing processcoovenicatly 2 1856. SOTHOMAS I
TTXR Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to- I within the reach of
I. --V- ..AJI ": tie State copy cntil day of Rome. August 30th 1855. every boosekeeper.
r betnvaad tad'f tCU to Comptrvller s office.BOgTOH. F gather with a small farm and improvemcnta and ur Mr. Ransom Cooper ngned the above in A large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin : expelling Wt1in3zwliom
I my
will be sold bargain of WHITE
at a inquire store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should
JOHN H. RHODES A. P. FULLEY. presence. THOMAS PERRY, Pott Maaur.I fruit the human
or I apply immediately aa the season m near at hand. system has
Rome 30th 1855. -
: .JR Waknlla. Fla, October 4, 1856. 40 August All Cans sold are'made by the undersigned and warranted MANUFACTURER Copper and Sheet Iron ,

.. '. I iafe. WM. P. SLUSSER. in all kinds of Plain and Fancy I! also been administered

ThiCelcbrated Lake Jackson, Fla. Plantation i Awful Case of Cancer Cared. May 31, 1856. 22 Tm Ware, takes pleasure in informing the citizens
I THU is to certify that CoL S.H. Harris of Crawford Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that be M with the most

i For Sale. county eame to me in the year 1851 with a Can- Piano Fortes. now prepared to wait on all that wUh to patronize [ satisfactory

40 previously disposed of. will be fold on the i I cer on his chin, of fourteen years standing,the chu.I him in his line business. He also tender his thanks results to various
Enot Tuesday in DECEMBER next, at the Court I boDe and aali val glands had all become very much I E are prepared to furnish PianoFortes to his friends and the public generally for the..nry animals

: :,'FIKE' STALLION I House door in the city of Tallahassee. Twenty-two I e diseased and his constitution nearly rained.; Mr.Harris rrTT11"f of the very.best quality liberal patronage with which be baa heretofore been Worms.
.'_ :_ oJ Hundred and Four Acres of best quality OAK and bad been under the treatment of many eminent t upon the most liberal term favored, and be hopes that a continuation of tbe acme r subject to
WILL'ttaod at my Stable, two miles South-east I HICKORY LAND belonging to the estate of Dr. physicians, and among them was the great Dr. Sbep- They are second to none in any country either as will be granted him. The

.. on the road Tallahassee! the n..mar Whitebead. Tbi i is one of the best Cotton Plantations ard. of Charleston and also, the celebrated Dr.Marshall I to quality or price. He will constantly keep on kinds full supply of aH LIVER PILLS, for

Scucn in Ui.kile Florida; ab ut one-half cleared and of Mad a who treated bit case twice without Every Instrument be warranted. sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his

BOSTON, JR., under fence the remainder in w.*>ds. I removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Marshall MILES NASH & CO. line of business. A fall assortment Sheet Iroqp the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT

The improvements consist of a comfortable Dwell I as be informed me. the third time, and be refused February 23,1856. 8 Sheet Lead; Lead Pipes; Sheet ; Cisten Pumps,

Ww aired by tie famocn Kacer Boston, by TIm>l- ing awl l all necessary out buildmirs ; a pond Overse ; to do anything more for him.- Soon after that time and a great many other articles too numerous to men- i all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

ioo by Arcby;-bi. dam Sarah Cfitf-T.1 by imported er's house. Gin Hi-ue. Screw. Stables, Corn bonece. ; Mr.Harris r1elnfof the many wonderful cores that I Q-u.in.iY'1.e. tiOD.TO
Z anee QtiuA dam by imported He isMahogovy t had made and visited me at Griffin. but BUILDERS.
; Margrave. tad twenty negro cabins all framed buildings, and in I as a resort SICK HEADACHE '
a. Bay about fifteen ban high well : good repair. i I commenced treating his case and in six weks the JUST received 600 Ooocs Snlph Quinine Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting ,

... formed, aDd finely mnsded. and was raised by Jao Long the worr of Bortoa In short U such "a Hre to Mr. Richard SauiKiTs on the place. F,>r I This case was seen and witnessed by more than five I of pure Chemicals. AMES 4 LIVELY. work-man-like manner and style, and of the best material ,

; as it seldom offered to breeders of fine stock in thia term t
section of ooun'rv.BOSTON. &.-untv. Ga. *.and any person can see it b\ calling at my office Having been engaged for the last eight yean in : please

J a, run the faster* Two Mile Race, JOBS WHITEHEAD, I in in Griffin. This case was witnessed by I Olive Oil. business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend be particular ask for
rer run over Cot Thompson's track in MarvlanlHe ; THOMAS JONES of Griffic. SUPERIOR article for Table Jn to
August 2. 16:>6. td-3l Executor, & I A use. !t received himself any farther to the public as regardshis
stood two seasons ia Virgiuia, and all Lis Colts : Dr. J. D. MARTIN, t ;
; by AMES 4 LIVELY. capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time hei Dr. C.
were 'Urge and active. ;j NEW BOOKS. j E. W. WILSON .. i April 5. 2856._14_ i assures all that favor him with a call good work and McLane's Cele-
TEEMS -10 for the & if i F. CRENSHAW
: {15 inhered the ,
Money in either case to 1 II4 demanded ebould tbe i! tl TUST RECEIVED per R. H. Gamble an aswrt- i i I do certify that myself and many others, of this j Flower Jars. i! Having prices.removed from the old stand formerly known brated VERMIFUGE and

Mare'b* traded .old. or otherwise disposed oIL 50 ment of new pablications, comprising Son, place, were eye witnesses to the above stated case, I White Slasser be will be found his '
S i LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Size j as at stand eor-
in each to the Gro, 1 I\le Travels Ac ; and that Harris left well A i LIVER PILLS
cue m. perfectly I of 200 foot where he will be prepared by
Miss ilsrray's Uaited State *, Just received and for sale byAMES j ncr street glad to wait ,
For farther icformatioa: apply to the subscriber. t i A. H. HATTON. 1 all his friends. THOMAS
t, I 4 LIVELY. on WHITE. .
Tbe Complete Works A Werter and Calhoun, '
H. H. BROWN.Qomcy. r! GrifflnMay,14,1S52. 5, 1M. 14 Dec. 1,1855. 48NEW ; ar c'cTALThL11
Fla, Aogost SO. 185. 35-Sra I A Child's Hit>ry of the United States, I I
Simm's Ewtaw, I Acb.t .
j The Bush Boy.. To the Afflicted ,of all Conditions. Hides Wanted. GOODS.!) } ,
Collectors ; James "Old Dominion." : I dt certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha : BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitta- '

The Foragtrs Cancer on my upper lip. which caused me pain in i .000 highest price wil be paid. Also Deer : TOWLE & MYERS ,

Last! Notice. Bulwer an l Dickens paper complete' describable. After Irving tbe still of all the most and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON ARE now receiving by recent Pa. and take
"Learning to talk" and "Learning to think," eminent Physicians that I could heir of, and that I I Tallahassee, September 29, 655. 39 from New York uh--; burgh, no

I PROPOSE to beat the following places at the ,. Rogers' Fable Talk, : wkhont; relief. I gave up my case as hopelen. and as __ ionable and well selected stock of other there
time specified below to collect the Taxes still '.' Kmert Linwond. : I thought with death staring me m tbe f ceo But fortunately i A.W.DAVISD.D.S. Watches and Jewelry, : as are various

due for tbe 1856. Persons will cooler a favor, Giveui call for I heard of Dr. W. R. Y elev'i! I
year a McDOUGALL & HOBBY. : me, great RESIDENT OFFICE, TALLAH ASSE,FLA. Consisting of gentlemen's gold bunting levers ladies other
both upon me and upon themselves by Wing puictual August 2. 1855. 31 success in the treatment of this disease, and as a last I gold levers silver lever, hunting, anchor lepine and : preparations now 1 .
a* I shall be compelled, aco-rding to law in such : resort I placed myself his treatment and in one Important Improvement in Artistic I quartier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic Coral and all gold

we*. to levy on all th.*e whose payments Ire not i! Tax Collector's Sale. i month from the time he cornmened I was perfectlysound ; Dentistry, i bosom pins and earrings necklace, gold and jet croa before the public, purporting -

made prevvvcs! to tLe.lt day of Noteajber-that, be- ; and have been so ever since. I which the face is restored to its original contour, see, bosom pins and lockets fur hair and daguerreotype
mg the time closing! tLe Book: : "jILLbC S-.J.J I, the Court House : ELIZABETH JINKS. BY I be
riora door in tLe to
; and with it the loss of the teeth supplied so as "; gold l and hair bracelets; a large assottment Vermifuge .
Saturday, O obef 4. B;rdg Store, 1iI.-U l ', Tf Tuwncf M'Hiticello. on the g.] day (N-'vem Butts County, Ga, May 27, 18-16. I to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may I I I fine plain diamond ruby, pearl and g met, coy and ,

& Gjzkwn'sPi, her n:xt. the following land to wit : the"E J of S E i be eeen; also temporary .ets inserted on I cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diamond T ins; and Liver Pills. All 1

.I' 7. Fort Braden 1, 4, Section S. Ttl9 U-hip 1. Range S N awl E. I eTJ...lujvn .I Horrible Case of Cancer Cured, Oiitta Pnrchn I sleeve buttons, plain cameo onyx andwneliaD; a

13.CettetjL,, as tbe pmperty of Richard C. Parish acJ s-Ad! great variety of it tnda. fine gtJld l vest, fob and g ard others in comparisonwith i
In few hours that teeth ,
1 4. H'J1lwd &Cs Iill, to satisfy the State ac-J County TaxesJAMC3D a persons having re- '
chain seal t key, gold and RIVeT and pencil ea-
I do that I for afflicted pen
certify was many years bodily movedean have substitute .
15, Flag's Disti'Ilerv, MORRIS. a complete immediately.Children's i .
sea aDd gold silver and spectacles, gold! and silver Dr. McLANE's ;
with Cancer and Chin, I tried all the are
on Lip :
16.RaclfaV RJs, T.x A c*** r arid Cr,Il' tor toy I teeth extracted, and advice git en to parentsI thimbles. ,
., I r rEmedieb I eouM liar ,t but found) relief! I
( no finally
1;. Young's. Lake Jickscr ;; f'rje2er County. I regard to the management and treatment of the .
16. TonpkaV Old Mill. .I Aug. 16, 1656. S3 ,' heard of Dr. W. R. Most-lev's great success in the : teeth gratis. All operations warranted to suit the meet Fine Cutlery and Guns. worthless. f

L C. DEM ILLY. treatment of Cancer affections:and vuited him at : fastidious. Will!) practice in tbe principal towns : Dinner and breakfast knives without forks, knives l

Tax CoUccVw, Letn Co. I i 500 Boxes Mullins ; Griffin and in the coarse of six wecbehaIthe Can- :. throughout the State. References : the Faculty of I and forks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge I
Tobacco cer all removed. I would advise all that are afflicte-I the Ohio College of Deutal Sargery, and those who I cutlery shears, scissors and razors; fke double

TAKE SOTICEWben not at the precinct npO b received during the nvKiths of September : with the discos4, to visit him and have their IjeaHhrestored. : he is daily operating for. barrelled laminated steel and stub twist guns common and Liver

&bTenmeIbefQundattheJJrtgStorei.fE.Bznard. _l and October next 4 or 600 Boxes of Mullin's assorted : He is. beyond all kind of donbt, tbe most Apiil 26* 1856. 17Administrator's guns shot pouches of various patterns fine and ;
Tobae At less than be : skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States.Tutrokee fLu ks. and Pills be had 1
C. L. D. I a price can purchased ---- --- : common powder cleaning rods Ely's cape can now at
Sept. 27.1856. 3-.tt in New York or any other Northern market Many : Co, Ja.; EMANUEL DOMINOAS.RExraE5crs ; Notice. wads wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths. ;
._ have tried it i -Dr. J. D. Martin, Griffin Ga. Dr. J.
I seasons before and expressed tbem elves ; all
"VfOTICE is hereby given,that tbe undersigned will, : Silver and Plated Ware. respectable Drug
I. satisfied of tbe fact let others do the same. To tb Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, Texas; Greer Bishop
vouchersand 1 .
No. 50S. e GrinGa.clrrhus, 1. at the expiration of six months file bis Silver table, desert and tea spoons silver forks soap :
trade! I refer. Time !
partieuLir'v given Lnts.
on I a ply for a final discharge from the iidmiaistralion and crt-am ladles butter and pickle knives. pated! Stores.
D. Lj'JH.I I of the estate cf Naihtn tlolt deetawnL forks and waiters castors, cake acd fruit baa- '
:;,,'p-Jn1. s. IMS. 27 : Breast be Cured. ; spoons PLUMING BRO'S
: i run PATRICK S nTIJ. Admt'r.May3 .
kets electro and communion
I Iu plated tea sets service, ,
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LETTIIEPUBLIC READ : 1656. 16 butter, sngnr and! cream disl chamber and parlor 60 WOOD ST. PA.
Livery and Sale table: I.v mercy to tbe afflicted. and the gratitude and I high I -- -- candlesticks, salt cdlars, boquei holders card and e PITTSBTJMH
I opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeonand ;Town: Property for Bale. flower baskets, aDd trittansia ware.IiscelIflneoii Sole Proprietor
NOTICEOF l rrii E. vnrJe"ign gives Physician, I deem it my duty mention the case ,
c- tiC'. t bt'.Ie has no-k I I of wife. hoping at the same time that all person undersigned offers at private sale, the fo11 my TilE
!: 7-tIJ: cLac.el} y J.J1very Stable similarly afflicted may be boot-fitted by it. In the i de cri ed property, known as the Jraris Lots Ladies I?tccl; *. satchels, work boxes, pearl. Berlin : No. Ill Charters St New OrWoa.

"\iIkamH.. :ews.rn.i'; :'rallaha see. together will, the first part of this year my wife had several nall lumpsto viz: Lets X.>8. 3. ?5, 27. 311.48.> 140, 141. 142, 113.I iron and! m' rocco port monaies pearl card cases, co- General! Vrhokwd l fgent f.'r the Southern States, ta

L! rod 'W1l of the et&o1ishr.ent: nod that be ie now make their in her breast; they cootinuod I 144. 226, 227. 235 23S.21U. 241, 242. 243, 244. 245. : ral beads, coral necklace: ? and armlets,jet bracelet, whom all orders must be addressed.

-Withdrawal of Additional prqiared to carrS fjQ tLe bu i b es3 in all its branrhe', to increase appearance in size until the whole breast became 218. 216. 250. 252, 253. 254, 25*. 257. 258. 268, all necklaces and bosom pias napkin rings.hair and toothbrushes Sold by Ames & Lively E. Barnard Jr. HZ*

an.1procsi-. pnUc; with good &CCf) mcxhti.n* a oiseased rna., arid very painful. I procured the i in the original plan of the city ofTallahassee.I .hat revivers. hell. bu3alo india rubber and Nash t Co, Tallahassee Fla; J. 8. JL Davi.cc

LAUDS LN FLORIDA.T7 in LIt ir-_ oa rea&o:ble! term -st medical aid ID the city of Rome and notwith- ;I -ALSO- i: ivory combs, china and wax dolls. razor strops and Quincy: Gardner 10 Mflla. Newport; "W. T. Carpe-
and lithful attention of the ': money belts cigar eases, feather dusters: pallor and | ter Co. Waokeenah ; Mostly A Pop. Mefr' .
6tai'lir! earnest
.. ; Lots Nou. 1, 2, 3.4, f, 6, 7, in S. Ounty qr. MootietDa
-a* B-.Jftmu T. Herring la mv duly autlx'rizedagent skilful pbjicia sh
'CRTHER in Txr naoce of U>e act entitled: An I, and h.n entire control of tbe business r pre worse, until they gave the) case up es incurable and I -A L 8 O-- I I,I terra cotta vaaes and pitchers perfume bottles W. Rrgcrt
JD act granting public lands. in alternate tto ocli"d q', f ntin; me a* fully as i if I was personally present. ; advised amputation. I was advised! by many of mv p LoU N's. 4. 12. IS 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 jewel cases, centre suspension and side Limps lampshades 3; Nkbolson* Ze ', &ibridgs,Os. .

tbe States of Florida and Alarum to aii ;n tte RICHARD SAUNDERS. I friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY of Griffin GaL I f t.in the South J County quarter.The chimneys and wicks, violins and bows guitars D. H. Dickinson Bainbridge ; E.Seizaa TbocoMnX .

.. constrncU 'n of certain railroads io said Su'e: j Sep. 6. 1356. 88 : which I did, and.astonishing as it may seem, he hod above described property formerly belonged !! banjos, tambourines accordeons. clarionets flutes and : Ga. ;
ap- Gov. Brown. For further information and terms fifes, guitar and violin ctrings fine cologne and other >! FebruarY 23, 1856. 8lyBlacksznithixig .
proved 17th May. 1856. malructM15 s we-, commucicated her entirely aired vi'.hin one month I and the i* now to i
by tins) ofnce V) the ]land Jfficer',. At NtTr ifaviuxjwdTjocrA Dissolation of Co-Partnership. i in good',eulth !! I would advise all who are afflicted which will be liberal appy! to A.Perry Amaker, Euq.. perfumerand a general uortment of Toys. -- -. j
,Florida,on the Cln with Scirrhus, and I Cancerous affcotinns, to visit the Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the
into fr tbe 1 i
; rI HE partnership heretofore existing between John best formed i
j CHARLES P. MANNING. : manner. Undersigned have
and fro without I satisfied)
witbdrawai suspension nk locution until : Doctor delay. at am by experience
or :' JL F. Kroome ami l Robert Hir in the weighing eto- Until sold tbe above will be for OctoberO,1855 42 &THE eo-partnership far the por-
farther orden, of the W'ovjn d crib i itrM|, : and observation that he jj the most skillful physician I property rent.A. I
R i is this dissolved -
acd cottou businefi day I
rae celling I PERRY AMAKER. carrying on the Blacksmithing -
in the treatment of that h
faffing wrthjc tile prob ,le lujjju Of selection of tbe in the Southern States by mutual eon eut BROOMEA HEIR. I I I Business io all its various branch Particular -
February 7-tf
disease Cancer. 1856. Insolvent Estate Notice.State
Jlaia rible
Tats BJ :;Um railroad! in said State, to I
1856. 33 Wed
wit: ; 'August I WILLIAM MITCHELL, --.-- attention is given to Carriage and Spring I
M.E.3IITCIIhLL.DcupiIervfJ. Cod Liver Oil.FRESH : of Florida ) and to laying Axles of all kinds of Vthidea. Tbt

S tJf1CE AT NEWS!NSILLE. ;; New Co-Partnersliip. j i \V.: Bradbuiy, Romf, Ga. I County of Leon f i shop is convenient to the livery Stable of P.B.Bro- ..
4 t PURE of the celebrated He
','All tbe land Huated twlh of the body of landsjirrrtoori'witbdtawn I Rome Ga, October 25. 1854. : persons having claims against the Estate of i kai, and special attention given to boneaboning-
for the Cedar Key Branch nil- i T>OBERT HEIR A JOHN P. COLES have this I I I i Clark t Co., i X\- "lay formed a co-pnrtnrrship in the business of" I i sale by AMES A LIVELY P. :. BROKAW.
I road ; west of the line whirb divides rang twenty i are hereby notified to present the same to the Judge dcr.
O.A.B.D. j
oar 2nd twenty-five; and north of the hue dividing i weighing storage, and Eellinz cottfKi.and also to make !I April5, 18.16. 14 I of Probate ot Leon County, at his office io Tallahas- 1L B. F1TTS.
| liberal advances on cotton sent to their care. ALL persons that are desirous of availing themselves Jan. 12. 1856. My
nineteen and : I
toWDchips twenty. see, on or before the first Monday in December out J _
HEIR A COLES. of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at Notice.TOTICE :
OFFICE AT TAMPA. J I'I' BROADWAY 0 RIFFIN 0 BOILI for payment pro rata. j Notice.
i August 14, 1856. 33 i -
is hereby given that application will be D. W. GWYSN ,
: AU the land situated wet of the line dividingranges 'I GIA.Patients 1 made to the General Assembly of Florida at Judge of Probate. j! months after date.the nndmigixd,administra

twenty-four sod twenty five and north of the i Administrator's Notice.IX i boarded at $1 per day. or f 16 per montb. I it 4 next Seseion, for a charter for a Rail Road from May 24, 18f6. 21 j i SIX of the Estate of R. E. Gibson dec.will
line which divides townships thirty and thirty-one. ,' FEES in all cases, to be agreed upon before under I Mnnticelb Fbx. to tbe Georgia line in the direction of i present her accounts aDd vouchers to the Eon. Judgeof
Given under my hand.at the General Land Office I month* alter djte. I will exhibit my ncconntsind taken. No case will be received into this establishment Tbomnsville Ga. To be called the Monticello and Probate, for Gadsdco County for final Mttlemcctf

-, at the City o'f Waibragton, this ninth day of I. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Gads. unless it is believed on examination, that it can Tl o-nasville Rail Road Notice.SIX and will apply to be discharged from the admka*.
ber.1866. den county as adinmiitiator, in nglit of my wife, of be cured or adroit of n-lief. All cases rejected will company. of said estate.

JOHN HOOD, Acting Corn rnguwfler. i the estate of John Ingram late of said county deceASed II invariably be charged *5. for examination and vlct". -August---2-, 1856.--- 31 i months after date. I will l present my the accounts of tonhip FLORIDA A.F.OIBSON. Admf
and apply for a final Mitleme.it and discharge All letter, to entitle them to notice must enclosea I vouchers as Admimistrator on estate
:: lS'5. 39 1856. l-
7. 55. m
: Sept I Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. April
I from the administration of m'estate.\ \ I "stamp" for the payment of postage. and be directed Hub 0. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of

I LEWIS D. JONES AdmY. I to W. R. M03 E LEY, M. D, 1 00 OF the most approved LANIER CORN Probate for Oatlsden, County, for a final settlement. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
Tallahassee Female In right ol his w if!. Griffin Georgia. _I MILLS for sale bv the Sul criber. Tbese I and applv for a discharge therefrom.
I I Mills have been for time in this ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Admtv. -0-
OOllege.THl j Sptl3. 1856. 37-6m February 23, 1856. ly-8 I some ulle through region I
-- and lower part of Georgia, ROll give perfect satisfaction I July. 28. 1856. 28-6m I II DR. T. J. CUR LEE.Pricticlig .

Trustee*of the above Institution take pleas- i Valuable P Plantation for I! MILES NASH & CO. I ,grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise : II I I Dentist
in announcing to the public, that tbey havasucceeded I in tbe day with lean than the ordinary gin power applied II Wines, Syrups, &c. j I ,

-. m procuring the services of a Faculty from Sale. '! Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. ; to it. Tbe maker furnishes a band to put it up; Sparkling Cider, THOMASVILLE OA, aod MOSTICEILO

whose well kmwn ability, experience and success as I I receivt-d from New York per bark R.H.Oam- I II and tvery one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. I OLDOtardBr:1Ddl Old 1 Port Juice, | IN and MADISON, FLA. and their respective and
teachers to all who the Plantation known as Cotton Land, be'onging! JUST Call! and examine them at D. LADDS. of Artmaial -
they can guarantee patronize j 1 THE I a general assortment of articles in our line, I Madeira Brandy Chenieb i adjacent counties. lie inserts any number
lMStationt.*dvantage>'equal to II lose of nuy Inetitutioo the estate. of the late J hn W.Cotten. situated such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Fluid, April 211855. 16 i Sherry Sardines Teeth, from ONE to a FULL edt on the latest'

in the Southern States. It is sincerely hoped: i ten miles North East of Tallahassee, is for sale. Tb White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window GIllES of Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quince*, improved principle giving them that beautiful Ide-

that the people of Florida, Southern Georgia and j tract contains 1790 acres of first rate land. 1000 of best gualiiy Putty. Bru bE'S. Potash. Soda. Sparkling Notice. Flavoring Extracts Pears, like appearance which approach Natortao lJearll
East Alabama will evince by their liberal j I'icb i ia cleared. On the premises are negroe cab- Mustard French beet the closest oI.ernr.Penona
patronage.their Gelatin,London Brandy (very ,) Yeast Powders Tamarinds as to challenge detection by
_ home Institutions find th inr, gin house and !screw ar.d other usual plnntution personl having demands against tbe estate of I
prefereDC to reby I I for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper. Lemon Syrup, ALL Spanish Olives, Spices. needing Dental operatiooa on lh ir NATURAL
evade eoosideraUe the risks and in- improvements aU hi good repair. There is an abundance W oof.! late Jefferson county,deceased, ;
:: the expense many i i Inks.Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu.&c. Corn Starch, Pickles. Teeth. and wish him to perform them can by
eooretueoeer]Df lending their daughters far from of good water on the place. For terms of saleor ., tc, and a general assortment of Popular Patent will take notice that they must present them to the Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, applying BOOM, have thea doo at thefcQowitflfpocMwhkb
tome. other information apply to the subscriber in Tnllahawec. I Medicines. We keep none but the very Lent and undersigned duly authenticated within the time prescribe English Mustard, Capers, will be found to be MUCH km.r thaabw ever
:'Tbt Institution I U furoUhed with an exlensire Cbem- F.R GOTTEN, Ext'r.Aug.30 hope to merit your by law. or this notice will b. plead in bar of Claret, Cocoa b* n offered in this section of country befont to-wit

;_ katThlt4ppbical and Astronomical, Apparatus also 1656. 35 patronage.MILES NASH, witb Ifjuical lustmments of all kinds and number 18 I hereby notified to make immediate payment: to of and
: any March 29, 186. January 5, 1856. and $2 60, Drying according to uxe cavity
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. _. the undersigned. WM. H. ANDREWS
requWte, I amount material DIed; Extracting ttstb, in omcs
Tbeexercis*."of tbe loiUtutino will comm os on Sh'ff. and Admr't ex-officio. I office, .
GROWTH OF 1855. Corn and Cob Crusher I Bonnet, Bonnet II only 60 esnU--oat of $1.Hianzczfarafulluppeior
the secciMJMONDAY in October next. Monticello, Sept. 27, 1866. 9-8w I low.r actt of katlt Oft
Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, &c colored straw Bonnets
: f FACULTY : II I RUTA received f 1 RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher. I i -- LADIES colored straw trimmed Bonnets I rtATi. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS.if MCtitary.)ia
I If.
VJT have taken the for tbe sale of these Notice. satkffcctioo anot 2
Agency superior i I only t 6 tooth and perfect (
: JOHN GRANT. A. M, Professor of Mathematics i AMES A LIVELY. plaia" per
ud Nat raJ 8e '. Jannary5.J856. 1. Cob Cnuhero, unequaled it is said to any in persons having demands against the estate of black w I in er.ry instance. -

.'" A. IL Professor of Language and .I i I the Co utry. A st/ck of these Crashers will be" on I ALL Cha iOn, late of Liberty county Florida, white satin and Those desiring bu servkt in any .portion of the i

lCord Sciene.:,. I Fresh Arrival band early this coming FalL Prices vry low con deceased are hereby notified to present them duly black.' (extra lilk"'I) 'I abort named eoootiea or toy other t of coach

i JlRSLORAiT. Principal of Ornamental DCpaftment sidering great saving in feed. f 46 $55 ?65 each ,; authenticated to the administratrix within the time Children and Mines Itn.W" i can upon application by letter to "ih r jot:ii*abov

; FROM NEW YORK PER REMINGTON:" I for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. i! prescribed by law or this notice will be plead in baragainst a' a' 14 Hati. I named Post Offices or otherwise,reM' fflP aL

_ For further partICulars. call nnd examine yourselves i i I them and all indebted to the said I For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. Untioa. .
MISS L C. GRANT. Assistant ft BAGS Rio and Java Coffee, ; persons
'-p 4 ) so soon as a stock for a sample arrives. estate will please make immediate payment October 13, 1855. 41 --r---. ..,
BIt LIONOSKi: Principal of Music DepartmentMISS 25 Boxes Soap, D. LADD.I I! I aaWII.II1fOa.: .. ..
ELIZABETH LEVINESS Assistant Teacher Starch :
6 -
io Music. I 4 Assorted Candy, Newport, July 5, 1856. 27 j j 27, 1856. 89 Circular & Upright Saws. [ JVJG&Ro1J.ku.cotzMaae'Gjii.e: 't: i

; *."By'order of the Board of Trustwa. 2 Bbls. Cider Vinegar, Administrators : t CO, and Welch
-. I. &p.O,'66. 88 1 j 2 White Wine Vinegar, Notice. i Wood Ware &c. HOE, 46, 48 and C 2 inch sizes on band and for J.8.Wmrx.ci. ).6 '. ,

5 f' Crushed Sugar, months' after date I shall present my accounts I JUST RECEIVED, PER "REMINGTON" ale by D. LADD f, W. 8, ...' :

I -riCHarleston So. Ca. j 2" Pulverized SIX: vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for I From New York : New Port Nov.S. 1 855. 44 C. O. Tin Esq. ., ..0 '
2 SUwarta Syrup, Leon County as tbe administrator of the estate of R. j .W.Ct J. 1'1 J&:

WMI-M.. EXWTON & CO. 5 Boxel.1&ccuooi. S. Hay ward.deceased, and ass fur a final discharge : / EDAR Tuba Shaker Brooms, Burning Fluid CoLE. \QI" --sill
I Vermacilli Painted Wire" .
6 from said administration. j Jaooary 13.i5<. t
1U..tU..UCD COTTON FACTORS. 10 Baskets Heidsick Champainge, THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r. } Hooped *' Cotton Line, I OF a superior Quality Just received and formal 'j L! it. j.AmeEt LI.

Lr. u I : .... _- :! 8 Casks Ale and Porter, July 26, 1859. 30finExecutor's j Flour Pails, Cotton Rope I by AMES t LIVELY, i c 1''
.. 1 Pot-Ash Wash Board., Blacking, May 31, 1856. 22
'ti ; ir. WAIxw13sBT Boo, 2 Bbls.] Peach'Brandy, Notice.I I For sale by R. H. BERRY. 4'1

f t1.1)w. Wiiui &X LAWTOS, Ja. 2 Apple' f 8.p. 13, 1866. 87 [Sent copy. STORING AND- SHIPPING. -BUSINESS. Wmnaa

: 87-4m 10 M. Best Spanish Began. "VfOTICE is hereby given to aU persons holding AT KSWPORT.f i' 'DRUOS 1JD Iuit4- :gIP1oeSoapPinmT
C _. For sale by .11. R BERRY. J." claims or demands against ftbe estate of New- DR. R. N. GARDNER ibo
\"J9. undersigned still earrUton the Ye business
13,'66. 27 [Sent nan Gilchrut,'late of Gad den county, deceai.d,: to ruE
&., n ? :jioticegvVea : Sep. copy. OFFERS his professional service to the citizens X is all it.braecliee. BiuldSeg*wU'calculated ibt
them authenticated within tie time
,I present legally and .
Is het> / feott ippHcatlon w31 be made to the Ncticc to the, Stockholders,of the prescribed by law, cr tLU notice will be "!?2 d!r ;anit! f'eiilreville.Sep.: surrounding country. despatching i wagons .A. Ot ..5JTVTlA'15p i vf

OengrAsjtcaHfjftb St..Uof. KloricXat it.. their final recovery. E. S. SHEI'A R D. I 20, 1856. 38 ..Septeeri854, 'f ".0-/. O* *: :

neSTBcwtoo, for a eharter for a Bail Road, from the Pen. & Geo R. R. Co. Ext'r. I d.

T. Town i.f Qubcy or Tincinlty..to tbe Georgia }iu.iAS. .. Juno 21, 1856. 26 -- NeW Ta _
oJBjIpbridea Oeorgiv to be called 825 Reward.ABSCONDED. ii V.UdV' W& cJoq; si ___

1 bQllr..RdI Road.' Circular Saw Mill Agency. ( qm..the premises of the TowtroflToBd a-'dtI'tbe' r*V"Ioi4sflaiPS

: ;. JS-Jm h underaigned has the agency for the sale of about the 10th Septenber .a ;J Fa

..Omac OI'nia'P&Gxe. R. R.Co. ) THE Herrick's' Improved Circular Raw Milla" c slave aimed EMILY; Malatto aged .about }f';bs$ *' 'tP". ,

-MEDICALNQTICE.iiiiweiI. TallkbaMee, Sept.8tb IBM. f consisting of three sizes far 4$, 48 **d '62 or 04 inch twentyfive'years fire fat two or three id. MAWd't" \' '

Sf fcerebf froll iiJ ililinvent'of( 10' Saws. These Circulars are decidedly'the best in raw, inchest higk, and weighing about If 0 or 140 pound. wl I
NonCE I t baa bHD ndirioo tb. subscription having MTenl Improvements of r the M.Page"or any Her fronl* toejUgtrf e optwbat'd cay0
: .4--L, toth.'Q tMUoe 01:1 i&l$j Ad OenrgiaiBIlrid :other Pai et&. we. The eot U about:$800, |8$0,* To >bov 'r wajTd>nrbs)paid&c b r.bdjnafoi inJtn'ord 8Nt_. .1'O Ord r>fna tWOMH y

i I&P ffsr tbi ir CtHJn Dj.pijaooU \ at the Offlof pf. Com- ,*nd$450 for-various aixea.acoordioj to extracarritfe. ,' tireryto' to40wBr. 8U: faannsotUd ,cJbehiglatbatiadnity .. fQd t. 1

1 o1&lla1a..n._ aDd f ICLTP-! ,_i fint day of tL, Ae. *Tor w-particuUri$ applr to ,ofT- 1liban"coLUMBirao.siMa* I, I fi Sf uti 1 ; 'tU' ar tJJ_Mct .u
so4 ,.-DANIEL T.'AOD.; ,' H IY.\I "Tu J
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I -' .1eJ." 2.4a.11'a4 -..::,cpy' '! t. 1:1,,1i66. ".,v-tL -.j- N."porti, KottniVer 3, l8 M.; ,44' ., QI rer. Oct .V t''-5.' 44t [8mt.IJ e4itt, 'a.L If. .&oJ. .d'It !# 44trr4I4 j4 t"t"
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