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: November 8, 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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: The Floridian & Journal JOHN R. LLOYD 0 [From tbe Raleigh (N. C.) Standard.] errors upon the pious attachment of the people simply hails brother, to cry, not for blood, in the hall from the ftnrroaffalng' corridor

fcpaWihed every SATURDAY by Au.crt1.on.eer: LETTER FROM GOVt 'VIS};. of the United States to ita perpetuity.The .- not to meet in churches to subscribe for arms, Tvr0 .private .Itaite... Ied from th. ball

JAMES 8. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, AND We publish below letter from Gov. Wise clAmor against State Right, tate Equality but to exhort one another to patience, to forbearance itself to rite.baiemont story, wblch will d-
State Individuality and Independence, and to anything bat abject submission ways afford access to the hall without annoyance .
At Tore DOLLAJLS per annum, in advance. COMMISSION of Virginia, written in reply to an i'IVitation
: MERCHANT the sneers at Southern Democratic confulion fa the crowded
to address the people at Henderson, Granville chivalry, or ft and dishonor,-you hear a traitor exclaim] or most '
; TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. last. Nationality, are becoming about as treason !1" treason !"-a knave cry out, state of the Capitol. S
on Saturday
1 Onr *qoar of 12 lines, or less first insertion,* $1 00 July 19. 1856. 29-ly Gov. Wise has availed himself of this occasion stale and as well understood as is every idle Stop thief!" Will the people of North Car- I The reporter's :gallery will occupy on*
j .. each subsequent 50 threat to dissolve the Union, or the cry of oli.'ia: condemn me for daring the first time in side of tho hall Above the Speaker's chair

-. PmfeMianaJ and Bueinew Cards inserted at il0 per EDWARD M. WEST. I rebuke to of speak a out in reply and mendacious to, and by way of wolf! wolf! when there is no wolf! Indeed, my life to go to her sacred sovereign borders ? 1 with a brnftd corridor behind, fitted with

aonao corrupt press, that cry has been made so often without If Virginia and South Caiolina have brooded desks and telegraphic apparatus for the u*.
A'drertiMinenti not marked with the number .f Attorney and Counsellor I which had charged him with having visited I
# at Law cause, that now when the wolf is at the door breathed of the 1he: and
insertions will be continued until fvl bid, and charge'! I North Carolina for unworthy and disloyal treason or wrath, North Carolinahas reporters. Speaker room
accordingly. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. His reply; the facts is too many fail to believe it, and there are too been the very matron of peace in tho family I and tuo large retiring rooms, intended to bused
purposes. conclusive

t Certificates of publication of ea1 or oct.-tte __April 5. 1 >56. 14 I and upon We have many in our very midst who would( if they I of States-ever conservative, ever calm, i f for consultation by the different partieiI ,--
I.ill not be until the aJveitiaing fee i is overwhelming. nothing could, conceal it. To this class : I
giren I add belongs tJ.j.jEJil.r ever sfiet.e: and dignified; in her composure, open 1 directly into the hall from either sid'.
to this admirable and
: to eloquent! letter.It .
paid. FLOYD ( IfOLi\.ND'--; i is the utterance of hi hton.d fcailess I who denounces every movement, and it was to Raleigh, not to Richmond or I The Southern portico is accessible only Irom
-ITo i Attorneys at Law. a I knoun or unknown in its design'; and object Charleston that South Carolina's and Virgin. the Southern retiring room and i it intonded.

Rheumatics & Others ,\T, ILL practice; in the; Circuit! Courts of Middle unconquerable his state patl'iot-or and the Union! :i man for a who: hasserved i in adnuncc cf any overt act, in ndecnce of I ia's Governors choose to go. They went not !I for the use of members. The present ball of

T andVett Fl"i: id i, and in the Supmne Court qiuterof I any positive aggression, in advance cf any I to a Fair, but they fairly went and were fairly I Representatives will be altered by the removal -
Kb.'ntmtie : oftll.\I Stat!. Also in I the Di.-tiict a century, and \\ho! ? bright escutcheon
from Complaint Court of
all persons euffi-rir.g the Uki i i invasion of our guaranteed ri. ht.And received and I of the the
TO we offer a positive remedy, in /<"/, Stimulating j ted StOlt.*>, in tlicN.'itliun, Di"tiict of Florida. j no breath t-i,' slander from any quarter: ca>! I j this concedes I entertained. They went in galleries present temporary
to our assailants: : : that they haveas bore daik wooden floor and the of this
Liniment. It baa been effectual i in ilic ji.-nn.-iiH'iit I H... FLOYD, Ofllc Apalirhiw.hi, }'la.D. I dim or tarnish. Henry A. Wise has no con I open day, no lantern, and were enlargement
cure of Chronic and Rb um"lc di.-fies Thousands P. HOLLAND, Ofiice Quincy, Fla. I cealments. IIpnen'r walks in suspected yet done ;io onrtrt, have committed no I not driven away. Quietly. privately, in the I doors, and used AS the rotunda: now is, for

ha\ no doubt Lee-i rescued from an untimely death Dec. 22, 1855. 51 the of daik lantern overt aggression, have been guilty of no in !I sense and sanctity of private lIfe. not secretly, the assemblage] of' the people visiting the
by light a :
by the use cf tin's great remedy.For --- vasion. A concision like this from a metropolitan (liP- were hospitably honored as guest-aye, I Capitol.The.

sale by Druggists grnerallr AMES! and! nt Wl->l",ale DR. MILES II. A 1sn- I He wou! i nt fl-itter NVjitn-n* (or ]his trident, press of a slave State, not only justifies I more! -as men who loved and honored North j I hall of the Senate Is arranged upon

and Tallabassee Retail by, :Slay SI. 1656. &2 LIVELY.-I.r OfFEKS HIS FROFESMOXAt AND brnflOI'NniNfi SFKV1CES TO THE CITIZKNfl OFTALLA1IASSF.E Or Ilia Joe heill'stit f..r bis ti'ittfi power:to-i/-7i tI"aJj..r it fits, bna3t forces all wrongs of the past, but harks on '.he I Cl'olinn-as men who would] do or die for j the same principles 'of the H UH; It is 118
FFICE Thai his tongue itiutf it'll.' enemiesho would do us every wrong in the II her vital interests and more vital honor. Is I; feet long by 82 -t'wide. The ceiling 1 is ot'
with Dr. M.
Walter () Post offiee.Miyl91855.. Kash.ijuinediatcly t'a.stoftle : future. It ;is insidious submission to fanaticism he her friend who hisftee after retiring guests iron. The Vice President's room, Senator
Gwynl1 We trust that this is not his last t vrsit: to I
I : 20 I free soilUm, Black Republicanism.) ; like tiles Is he fit for her people to trust, j reining/ rooms, an-l the conference f corns.
OFFERS his cervices to per ":!, \visbin to enter I ---- __ North Caiolina. He has thousands of enthusiastic Was it no wrong that a restriction was attempted or for !her private gentlemen to treat, with their I I will load into the hull. ,There will ba th. 0

] the U.S. Land Office. by locating Land: R. H. BERRY friends wthin! her borders, who to be imposed on a slave State i in : hospitality? By this very want of comity ; same facilities for easy access into the hail
Warrant or otherwise. He will also! give prompt) would he glad to take him by the hand-to ISlU-'iJO? Was it '
that that
no wrong icstrictions and courtesy, and this graceless invasion of : as in the other wing without the annoyaoc 0
attention to such business be intrusted to him honor
as may him as lie deserves! to be honored- '
in either of the other offices in the Cpitol. Chaiges Auctioneer and Commission and listen j I fjiiluru upon Missouri could! be prh'aedocg iie not prove himself most anxious i passing through dense crowds as I U now
to to his voice in belrilf of
will be reasonable,corresponding to pprvices perorrned.: MERCHANT.TALLAHASSEE I, trumpet I compensated or compromised only by impoMng himself to betray the weaker to the i the case. The western and northern porticos -
Being; Deputy in the State Laud Office bo of course I, { States Rights and a Constitutional: : l:nion.I .- I the same restiietion on all the terri.I I stronger, the wronged to the wrong-doer ?- i i| are reserved exclusively for Senators. 0 0
will make no charge for business in that Department Fla., Sept. 29. 1855. 39 I But we are detaining our readers from the north of :00 30 rnin.
S .--.- I toey deg. north latitude ?lI Rest assured that if the people of North Car. | The staircases, corridors, offices, &e., will
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S M.ayI7,1S56. 20-ly A. PERRY AMAKER I : I Was it no wrong that the attempt was madeto I olina understand tho true issues, the secret 'II be finished in magnificent stfle, worthy of
RICHMOND VA., Oct. 20 1550.(
DR. N. G. MCDONALD I violate that compromise by applying the springs of events now developing, they will ;! the great and united nation whoie capitol i ii

ATTBRHBTf Alr wi, ,. GENTLKJIKX : I have duly receivedours" restriction against slavery to the! tenitory I not say NAY" to consultations for their j is destined tobe, we earnestly hope for oeD'- 0

SIOXTICELLO, FLA. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. of the 1.tu, since i.iy retuin: from your' capitiI j r South of that line, in the form of the WilmotPro.io i peace and safety. The least thing involved i turies to come. j
1- TILL attend with asiduou care, all cases entrusted I May 21, 1853. 20 and Tt'!pond to it most cordially at my : ? Was it no wrong that, when we ,I is slavery. That is but the bone of conten- j .
t t to him. eailiest COi1VCi1iCiICf. 1 that it i I aCfuilC'd j new territory from Mexico the I
regiet H entirely I tion. Fanatics are deluded, the North attempted ; "
I It Is the last of EarthMen
Office adjoining that of Cot Dl; worth. MILES NASH & CO. out of my power to meet you as you I North would. not COIl -('lIt that the line of 30 : to be united by that Once united, :

March 22, 1856. 1-1, j .. propose, at Henderson, in your State, on the I ( cg. :30 /1)111. should bu a climatory line, instead I f, once consolidated by sectional bigotry and seldom thick! of the great ertat of "

SLUSSERJTallctli.asstoo DEALERS IX I iI5th inst. I regret this the more, because Iwas of applying it to the: Louisiana purchase I hate against the South, the political Pharisees I death until the shadqw falh across their o' H SI

WILLIAM P I I DRUGS PALMS obligedhilo in North!, Carolina, to decline I alone, and would not extend it to the I the pseudo philanthropists who now pretend I path, hiding forever ,from their eyes the traces .
similar from political lends PaciticVas i it no that the South} of the loved ones whose livirg smi2as
IFMct.MA.MJFACTCKEH Ii I requests I wrong S 1 t) 1)0 superserviceable in the work qf abolition, I
OF COPPlm,TI AXD SHEET I! MEDICINES, OILS&c I on the grounds which! made: it i'nperative: : thatI should be deprived of its equal privilege of will first compress slavery into cotton and were the sunlight of their existence. Death

IRON WAKE WIIOLE VLE AND RETAIL I I should abstain from any public address. locating its lahor in the gold mines of California I I sugar limits, and then they will turn upon tho I is the great Antagonist' of life, and the cold .

DEALER PLAIN, FANCY JAPANNEDWAHE. WOULD' inform their friends and the public that I lately, for the first time in my life, had { Was it no wrong, that after Texas I fanaties, the earnest, honest fools, and laughat i thought of the tomb b the skeleton of all
i.v articles : on hand a good assortment of such I the gratification: of visiting yoiir noble, good was recognixed, annexed and established: as a their absurdity, and if need be, will turn to i feasts. We do not want: to pass through th.

. I I and will as be are receiving generally regularly kept]in fresh their supplies.line 01 business Their: old State: ai.d since my, return to my [post, [ slate/ Stale, that 41,000 square miles' of her I and import slaves from Africa for the plantations ] I dark volley, although its passage may lead

I. Stove larad-Qnartcr? I terms shall be reasonable. I have bctn called upon by the Raleigh Regis. | territory were dedicated to free soil? Was as soon as they have made tho plantar I to paradise ; and, with Charles Lamb, we do

J :A A-SPLENDID and Wood Stoves assoittnent tiimmal Cooking with ueatuessI Parlor Tallahassee, April_9th_.1853 14. tor, of October 15th, to answer: | it no wrong that a territorial government and tions tribntaiy t.) factories, and their factors not want to lie down in the muddy grave

! 1 TZ and durability at reduce-i! prices. I P. B. BxiOKALimy I 1st. By \\hoso invitation! came these gene | thence a free soil Stale was inducted into the I and agents Political domination is what is I even with kings and princes for our bedfellows .

II Out Door AVoik.Roofing. I t tinmen! (G4); '. Adams, of S. C., and Wise of : Union, without an act of Congrp, by pro i aimed at State rights and strict construction But the fiat of nature ia inoxorabll'I .- I

!. Ornamental Fron! IIc.i
and Tin C"n.]juctin Pipfi. Sheet L.ad. Slu-i-t TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. they rue'1! hero just in time for the returns of 1 i wrong, that after destioying the whole scope i people and to thfe slave labor State3. law which dooms us to dost.Vo floarisb!

Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop oik ; ,w Proprietor! would in- I the Penshania election ? :i1. It calls on the !i et! tIll] .Missouri? Compromise and welling the I Slavery dwarfed in the! Union, Federalism, i and fade as the leaves of the forest ; and the' 0

of every variety done at short riotsce. : _, S TJIE his fiiendand the. Standard{ to alswpr'bat! : docs it say to : benefit of it in Oregon, and ,r IF.hi/ ron ten i- Blue Federalism of the Essex Junto stripe : flower that blooms and withers in a day Las

I City and Co mil IT TloK-limits pihic! that Le iris rebuilt hi.. ._ I this attempt to hitch our conservative, Union; j tories, its formal repeal by the Compromi-e of : \\ill rear agai:1: h; horrid front, and will : not a frailer hold on life than the mightiest

Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing :; large I'rick Stable, at the old et.md, and is now loving old State of North Carolina to this i 18(50(; has not been acquiesced in ? Is it ro : again have Banks and Tarias and you Internal I monarch that ever shook tho earth with his

, elsewhere. j.ieoared to accommodate ]his friends and ou.stomoi :: car (if disunion ?r '"' j wrong, if the acts of 1850 dM not repeal it, I! Improvements by the Federal Government i lootslfps. Generations of men appear and
He also has attached to his Stables, mnckI _
; nr; N B. All articles manuf.ictued from the very a good i
\ best material and warranted tluiable.] IS'o other aiti, I smith Shop where )he will have have donall kiti!..of ,I Now these que.-tions of "guilty or not j and tlu' Kansas-Nebraska aft should not have : all that Jffferson and Macon, North Carolinaarid I vanish as the grass, and the countless multi.

1 cle will be offered for Eale. : Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage; \\01 k in : guilty," fore put afie1 an indictment in due i repealed it, as is contended, that Black Republicanism Virginia, ever contended against. Already tude thhl throngs the World to.d!)', will to.

: October 20. 1855._42_ i the very best manner and with proniptnets aud dia- i newspaper, form for .' Disunion," for applying i i is not now willing to apply its I, has the black flag the Pacific RailRoad I morrow disappear as the footprints on the
p.itch.Xorcmber. I II letter and spirit to the Kansas : sand shore.
Co-Partnership Notice. an "incendiary torch, .cting without authority tenitoryhich! inscribed on it, already has the political
5, 1853. 44
Lave this entered into I i _____ I, ," madness, "leather and prunella," in is south of 30 deg. 30 min., ? If the Compromise revolution overwhelmed the last Democratic I But we shall meet again. The dead onl/

f, THE:undersigned bip in tbeWHOLESALE day a co Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, j one alternative, or "treason" in the next. j of '20-21 ought to be restored, as they I vetoes of Harbor bills Shade : sleep for the resurrecUon immortality. la

& RETAILDaUG i For Sale by P. B, Brokaw. I On the authority of a mendacious Know I contend, and slavery ought not to be allowed of Macon, look down upon that blessed! soil i i the beautiful drama of Ion. the instinct of immortality 0 0
in to North of 35 30 in the Louisiana purchase, I native State so eloquently uttered by the o'e''af&{
BUSIN"ESS, 'PHE Subscriber has just received n Nothing paper Virginia, it takes the act i your upon which you impressed
., : i. and motives of the be is it no wrong to shoot slaveholders w ilhSharpe's nnd faith and devoted Oreee, finds A deep response in ever*
under the name and style of i c? ; very large supply] of Carriages, act as charged to true, I your pure simple "guard the
I' 'd)1 zi Buggies, and Harnebs, which he offers pronounces sentence of guilty and condemnsto rifles in Kansas South of 30 30 ? Is. passinguiir.." Unite the patriot parties,nnd thoughtful soul. Vf&en about to yield up

AMES&LVELY.THEY for ale on the most reasonable term" public inquisition, and then and thereafterasks it no wrong to incorporate Emigrant Aid SoCieties I the patriot States in constitution, how they his young existence as JPascrifice to- fate;
: November 18, 1854. 46 to mob off from ? his beloved Clemantfto asks jf shall 0
!,r the accused -two gentlemen, whose ostensible us common territory may preserve, rot destroy, fhe Constitution they
will be pleased to see their friends A. L. FISHER Is it no by I : not met again," to which he replies .
offence i is the misdemeanor of going wrong pulpit, press, preacher, and tIlt Union of our country. Guardian : 0
and patrons at the old stand of D. H Ames ATTOItNEYATLAW.I I to North Carolina teacher, schools, and combination of From I have asked thtft dreadful question of .
where they will leep a full and general -are you guilty or not every I spirits are hovering over us amidst I
_ assortment Article appertaininj to their TALLAHASSEE, FLA., guilty of disloyalty to the Union, and of treason influence, to array every social feeling' in a the gloom I see the day-star rise. The North the hills that look, etelDal ; of the flowing
D. H. AMES l the ? Now community having no tie -or association with I Is streams that run forever; of the stars, I
It 0 Ulinc6f. TILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Dist to country these are extraordinary rot given over to our common ruin-the among
M. LIVELY. T trict, and in Thomas County Ga. times, gentlemen, when such rude. slavery, against: it every where, however existing saving Democracy is there-the wisdom and I whose fields of azure my raised spirit bath

January" 1,1855.MEDICAL. 1 C3f: Office in the Capitol] 2d story, immediatelyover I ness can be perpetrated by public journalsupon ? Is it no wrong to deny us either social I the virtue of that sole faith which has survived i i I walked fo gory! "and/rtl were dumb: Bui f

NOTICE. 1 the room of the Clerk of the Supit-mc Couit. 1 private life, with no other excuse for it or political equality? Is it no wrong to nullify the test and scrutiny of time, which I! while I gaze upon thy living face, I fWl '

-ee'- j July 21, 1855. 2' -ly I I than a jealousy which wilillot allow of the I the laws and decisions of the Supreme Macon commended to North Carolina, nnd i there's something in tho love that mantles .
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DR. BURROUGHS E. BARNARD) Jr7T7WILL suspicion even, of con?lIltati.n by Southern Court in respect to fugitive slaves, not by the I with which hey more than any other man. imbued I through its beauty that cannot wholly per. \ .
1 inc-n among themselves for their social safety, higher law of a mob or popular sentiment, hut her people, will yet with the blessing I ish.! We shall meet again, ClemantawOur !*'- ,

HAVING( returned to TalkLassee] offers his pro i TOXTIMrE THE I II and the conservation: of the Constitution: and by State Statutes framed to counteract the 'I of God, continue to leaven the "whole lump" I '' Mother" only sleeps ; and she who ,

.l services to the public. Office opposite :I DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINES SAT j! Union of their country. Tho New York federal laws ? Is it no wrong to prohibit and I of the! nation. It is indestructible, and must i rests beside her is not gone forever! Thank

Dr.June Barnard's 23, 1856.Drag Store. 26-6m 1 i iI W THE OLD feTAXD, SIGN gE3 Herald. the Tribune, any Black Republican prevent the holding of slave property on the I! operate unspent The election of November God who gave them the victory through chi f
I_ I entire frontier of the slave States within their I ; for : Lord Jesus Christ !
* ----- newspaper North of the Potomac, might have will decide Democracy, as sure a ";!1 | MEDICAlTtfOTICE. I I been expected to violate all laws of comity I I limits, against their Jaws ? Js it no wrong I is a God of Nation.ioteetiug; us Of wlntpolities There H an hiterest in tho dying words of

" DRS. GAMBLE-O-& BETTON 1 OF THE .| ilOUTAR, I and hospitality by! putting such interrogatories : I I that continual! incessant agitation, in Congress i I / are they I who, in this day t in North I men that does.not attach to them while liv-

j pregnantii\\ falsehood, insult and and in the country, is dang-rou&ly, in- : (Carolina say 1lfJi ?" Net Macon's faith ing. They often giva a clue to the whole

OFFER -their Professional Services to of tie Mebsis.Hodgkis 'Pub. I, Ci-rner of Clinton and Monroe" streets, Tallahassee. impudence ; but I dill not expect such out I I flaming the public mind, so that /nothing but and not like )Maco.i to be trusted. Let huintegiily ,I history of the! man. They still oftener,giro
Office opposite the Store January li). 1&5G. 3 I from in Southern bitterness and strife is engendered by every : be ever talismanic It a significant intimation the
*,Scott d t Poole. i rage a metropolitan paper a I among you. I as state in
January fi, 1856. 1 i Dr. P. P. Lewis I IrtMGIVES slave State. But it is on a par with the political question and canvass I Is it no was pure, it wa: simple, it was like Christian which the departed expired. We incert below '

son to the Sooth which, shouts to Black trea-j wrong that our churches are already split, divided and Christian truth, and it is imperishable.It .- I the lest witrds ofa few of tho great one*' i

RICHARD T. EECIIETT.. .5-CHARLES-5 5 5 -----5-. DOWNING- I notice to his friends and] pat- 'i if publican speeches in Richmond, which raises I and separated, and fearfully corrupted, is now in trial. From every cloud of dust of tho world. Tbere.is profit i i.i pondering
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that he i iq in of i I
BIRCHETT & DOWNING, I t improvements now possession in I mtis- I a pole and/ a flag to IVemontim in POI :.- !I too, by this merely carnal and worldly strif' ?IIt : an army I of voters comes-tho Nation is on them: '

FOR CLAIMS) mouth and which the mind of i is lit) wrong that we cannot travel in peace I ita march to the pol's-Virginia and North '
ATTORNEYS IT LAW & AGENTS try. lat, The extraction of Teeth. without producing corrupts a i I Head of the army NapoJeon'.
NO. 490, Sev'iHli Slrrcl, I! }pain, by the aid of a local) application which eonsUtsin Professor even in your University. The indications I and without danger of insult and reproach, I Caiolimf, Kentucky and Tennessee, mother I must sleep now." -Byron. 0

WASHINGTON CITY. applying an artificial rrl'zilmixtue to the purl are all of a pioce, and show to what j in portions of our own country ? Is it no I State and child Stales, are for the first time I It matters little how the dead lieth."-<3frWalter ,

practice before tbe Court of Claims, and : until Temporary fully benumbed.Set on Gntta'erc1ua 21. The immediateiusertion which can be ofa I the enemies of Democracy and slavery are ''I wrong that family tii's me dUturb'-d and business united!-tlipy join the general host of Demociacy t Raleigh. .

WILL claims l efoi: e Congress and the sev- worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums ar S era Dep rttneuts. J prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on I have a care of our social safety to meet and that a conflict t of State laws is already begun ? i alone of all paitres unfrersal in the Union Don't give up the lIhip.-Lawr8nei.

July 28, 185G. SOWholesale that beautiful plan called continuous Oinns, -\\hif-L) are I consult upon th<' }best means of conservingour ': Is it no wrong, which, if perpetrated by a foreign alone united to preserve the Union Uh, my | I'm shot if I don't believe
I BO much worn anl 1 admired, for beauty, strength, and and honor. power would cau>e a declaration of war ? fello-.v-o'ti/.ens! the and ] iv'rs of I'riid3ingl"J -
VV :8. J.\IILLB, I cleanliness. property, our peace, our rights / sages aw- [ Charles Thurlow. _
perfect I friends that 1 Would it be no wrong to elect a seciioinlPresident old, the founders uf our nation the fathers: of "
and Retail Druggist i May 31. 1856.' 22 say to you, my went to t Is this your fidelity ? -' ro.If 1
Raleigh on my own motion, dcsiiing to go on the one idea of anti-slavery I our l.iws, patriots devoted to the public good, j Clasp my hands, tiiy deaf friend, I die.i "
NEwPoRT, FLOHIDA. Havana Cigars, there, and feeling by affection to North I Would such an election be no wrong, when heroes who fur thtir country! fought or bled, I j Alfieri.I S

ORDERS from Physicians and Planters put up received per K. IL Gamble 6000 best qual Carolina, (that I had a light to go there.- its very issues of abolition or' exclusion of martyrs of liberty who died for man, the glorious Give Dayrocles" chair."-Lord Ches.terfidd. .
greatest care. I JUST cigars. Call and try themMcDOUOALL Does a Know Nothing or Blue Fedeialist deny slavery could not be discussed even by speak. guardians of the human race, I 4
February 2, 18G6. 5 : in several of the States of the ;
I t HOBBY. my Constitutional right to do so ? God ing or writing, L<>.k down divine, antI bending fiom the sky 44 God the
August 2. 1858. 81 him !-I do and will Union, without violating their criminal code ? Their hoary figures consecrate the scene, I 44 preserve Empemr.-Haydsn..
to "
& GALBRAITH help mean so again, The artery ceases bat. .H.lkr,
It it be under such of And LI the hour.
no a tss parsing
JOHN W. EVANS I the there other wrong 44 "
t answer to grand jury or any Let the light enter. -Go th..
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. It t I ATTORNEY AT LAW, 0 ]lawful] tribunal or to any private individual things, to add to the Black Republican Houseof I am truly] yours, 14 All my possessions for a moment of

LONG & J. B. GALBRAITH bare aoci1 BAINBRIDGE, OEO who will make the demand{ of my right as a Representatives in Congress the whole HENRY A. WISE. time."-Queen Elizabeth. :

MA.1 themselves in the practice of Law. ''ht i-1 give prompt attention to all business eu citizen of one State, of privileges in another. |power of the Federal Executive, army and To C. H. K. Taylor, J. M. Bullock, T. L. What I is there nobribing death r'. : i iII

trill attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the STJprem WILL I to his care, in the Counties of Thomas The time, too, is not appointed by the Con I navy included? But why enumerate more, Hargrove, N. E. Cannady, Esq., and others, dinal Beaufort. ; r -S .
Courta and the District Courts of the United'I Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. stitution whether I shall to North Caro- much more, infinitely more than this, whilst Committee. i '
go j "I loved God, father and ".....'
States at Tallabassee. February 17, 1855. 7 tf I the my liberty.
but to
Office opposite tbe Court House. lina "just in time for the returns of the Penn yesterday appropriations carry on Madame de Stael. : j
j refused whilst blood by [Washington Corrcpoudence of the Alexandria
October 28,1854IT I Just Received.LEMONS : sylvania election or not. Nullum tempus government were Be erious.-Grof1'oJ.. .

: Guava and Currant Jellies, Prunes, oreurrit JoInt, rn this free country. Loco civil war was flowing in a territory. and Gazette.] "Into thy hands, O4Lord.' "-TMW44 .".

S. S. KNIGHT Pickled Oysters, Brandy Peaches motion is as free as the highway, as free as I whilst a mob, a black mob had seized, successfully -. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18, 1856. It is small Terr small IndeedeIapfi4her { S
Preserved Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and Gin el lux Heaven defend seized, the reins of a State government The Hall
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT aer et aqua proflucns" new Representatives is 137 neck)-AnnajBoIeja.u .
ger, Green Gage Marmalade. Lemon Syrup, Raspberry Gov. Adunshis! Stat may punish and had imprisoned a supreme Judgefor feet long, 92 feet wrde; ,- and 30 feet high. It I I
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. do., Strawberry do_Piue Apple do., and Ginger executing the laws To pregnant pray you see me, up, nnd t4f
05 do., Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon Lobster, Had- him for leaving her limits, but mine'leavesme these Southern aiders every and abettors I i is surrounded by a side gallery, capable of my coming down; let ma shift foVBffitJf 0

-September 1,1865, I dock Hallibut and Shad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch unlimited ingress or egrpss and it is made I interrogatory of Black Republicanism in the North seating 1,200 persons ; 300 separate desks, (ascending the scaffold! )-Sir Thomas M0(
WILLIAM SCOTT, f Ale and Porter. even my oflicial? duty to conduct cither in hi'e those now used in the Senate, are to be I. Don't let that awkward .aqatd fir* oni'
30,000 Ilnvuim Cfgnrs. till with would say, as the Raleigh Register says: outside the
person or by an agent, intercourse arranged semi-circular railing, grave.-R. Burnt. .- '
my .
ATTORNEY: Air LAW AMES A LIVELY. Say / Nay Nay.! The North may I 0 '
1 foreign governments or another State; and for the accomodatfon of those persons admitted 44 1 feel as if I wer&'thselfagsla..WsI.ter .
MONTIOELLO, FLA. : January 5,1856. there is no limit of the time and place and combine, tho North may nullify, the North to the floor ; and there will be ampleroom ScotL. .

July SO,1853.. SO 11 jan LIFE INSURANCE. manner of so doing. But it was unpardonable may form associations, incorporate rank North tica8011 fur more desks should the House he in. 44 1 resign myself to God, and 4Up;
I IWILLII l by statute, and even men my
5- for us to go to Raleigh about the time I may go c eased. The space under tho gallery wi'l' ter to country.-1eB'eraon. -
S. DIL1FORTH, THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. of tho returns of the Pennsylvania. election. I to Conventions from North Carolina and Virginia be enclosed and used as cloak and coal 44 It my is well."- .

Attorney and Connselior at Law ACCUMULATED CAPITAL. .. $1,1)00,000.) Unhappy nIusionth! returns havo come to betray their and own then hearths and homes 12th room. 44 It is the last of Washington.earth I am enI.-,- .".
THIS Company issues policies on the lives of in since our departure how ,gloriouslythey by first contriving abolishing The ceiling just finished is of iron, highly] Adams.
MONTJOELLO FLORIDA. for one or more years or for the sections platforms ; but at a. time like this 0 fw. ,
persons ,
have scattered cause for com''I1.iog ornamented, and suspended from the iron There -
whole of life ON THIS MUTUAL SYSTEM. every all the land istom"II is not a drop of Wood? fif
; b the Court of tbe Middle Cir-. period when by feud and faction tay -
WILL practice Dividends declared to the insured OB policfe issued for any treason, stratagem and spoils. roof, with proper openings for ventilation, inFrederio V; ; .
Ga the-Iluti-on's acts
and Than and Lowndes County, when genius against :
: t.
show that the have saved and With filled]
life.PLINY They Democracy large spaces with groundgbtss. 44 A
for dying can-do
man cothTar
12-ly itself when shook from its central poise ..IJ'Franklin. -
_irtb2I$5& the and tliscomfitted those who ] At night the hall will be **
FateAW Actuary.-Moftun FXAXXLIK, Pres'tApplimtiom country lighted by '
S reels all when foes fomentour 0 ., .
Glass Oils White Lead, &c. nr rewired in Tallahassee by would have brought upon it swift destruction. power.and -when foreign confederate fries, gas lights pl.iced above the glass ot the ceiling 44 Let not poor ruyte..cbAdIr.-' L

*?A A BOXES Wiudow Glum, nuorttd.es, 100MJJ anuary 1.9. 186<. B. 0. LEWIS. Indiana,and Ohio have joined in the guarantee strifes, in our divisions and "list thus excluding the glare; heat, and smell 44 Refresh me with..A gxtat oi"-

Kegs Whit Lead, pore, xtr* 4 No.1. of our peace, for the present at all events, vaunting, rejoice our of the gas, and preventing the contamination Herdea. 0 \
9 barrel. Unn-ed Oil AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO against the besom which the isms of the your agents to your own destruction, if the of the atmosphere: by the products of com- 44 1 feel W J ; q, S t..M -_

8 rfJird Oil, S.- O" ITA1....... .... ......-.. &. times .!sweeping over us. lo Paan 10 South asks of tbe South in startlcd'concern, bustion. Toe ventilnlkm' of the ro m- will 0 daisies! "S grawfo r ,cri'r-iaKeats. _
-MJKi, MS P inl, what shall we do tobe saedi" and to save .,It
.. of the bori triumphc! This allays the dire he ac'c'riiripWfched by" using A fan: or other"blowing1 )"'U6Hn : -"
10 p I.ages Fireproof Pairt,(bbl. ud i UDli.) ;TUEuadersJgoed, Agrtt Company gorgons -to ourselves] and bur couhtry too, with j.icD\W. : ,
2 t rr Train Oil.1 bbLOopal Vami.li;' for jusd mak i inaqraocaagbt which haunt the hypocrisy of knaves who save Engine to supply] !the air,"and by mllSlC.-1J::1. "' "
'.__1 urBtiM I* -n.1eu.J, at retaiL IOM by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings are the worst enemies of the Union, because all its teeming blessings, its union, its peace, warming it, as it enters, hy pipes filled with Daniel W.hro raUUQ .. .g ,-...'

AKa b lvn'J Fnrnitur*,Merchandise,A*. they tire forever }huckstering off th J f I. 5C. JMciy-rt, rm. s L: e.tIW1. I


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&' rital.TALLAHASSEE :: ..An Agricultural ciob in Leon. readily be appreciated, and it is to be hoped The Transfer of Texas 6 to Spain Fmult a-1-St'ld1et!: ila. f I," *,"" .'-- '.-: ""--1.' ,1. ';;:
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|0 The Floridianof the 18th ult. contained an that much within the tinie named in the act Some of readers familiar with the fact Many extraordinary developments are coming I 8UOOB3T2D DCBIMO cct tlilT TO ) 'r8)tUOdIf41lO1tbN

the entire communication will be completed.The oar the Black Republican candidate }| TB* SAVANNAH JalY.a.
--- excellent d mn1uni{' .don upon the subject of of the transfer of Texas to Spain simultaneously out implicating' '" ..

: : : agricultural improvement*, urging the establishment with the of Florida, for the Presidency in attempts to swindl5 ;,i Ohl I IOT'< to roam
Wakulla Times. acquisition may '
;. c":_" Government but of large sums of money i Ne r raj tojhood"* home,
of Agricultural Club in this our '
county -
t 'This eicellent: paper, published in the like ourselves, have lived in ignorance of the i On the butt of llini. Uaatifal rifU ; ,

Saturday, N v. 8, 1856. to promote the great interests of the planting neighboring village of Newport, improving in reason of it. Why was it that Texas, once hot the'claims"Ins for which were pointedly j With a heart hill of 10,., '
of !
community. business and character under the annexed to the United States, alter the lapseof rejected. During in litany occupation To our.Father" *bot,,

We would direct attention to the Auction We endorse the proposition most heartily! energetic had to be re-annexed ? California he corruptly devised a claim against Who, of ererr good gift,Ia the gbeh
of its has of late many years '
management publisher, ,
: notice by John R. Lloyd, in the appropriate as the attention turned to this subject in every been enlarged and otherwise improved. We An interesting explanation is given in a the Government! amounting to 810,000 for j i And I lore to dwell,

column. portion of our State is so t>light and superficial I are truly glad to see this evidence of the increasing late letter from Gen. Jessup, to Senator Yu- beef and horses, which he falsely alleges were I AJ bound by tb. jpt11i
as to have seaicely l left any record of lee. We portion of the letter : purchased for the use of the troops. Mr. A. i Fond tanoarj throws around m*,
quote a
; PRESIDENTIAL' ELECTION its presence or effects. Some improvementshave prosperity of the Times, and A. Gray, one of Fremont's contractors and j jagent's ;I On Joys tLt Tit U Ud J.
hope that it may continue to merit still better My Dear Sir.! -Agreeably to my promiseto I j, At time quickly l luutvd, *
been made in other of industry unwilling to submit to the cheat, is
Florida Right Side i! times in nil that pertains to the reward of the_' communicate to you, in writing, the sub- And friend were al happy arouD.anti.- .
up I have out in letter to Northern in whichhe
but agriculture the nobhsl of them .stance of the several l conversations a a paper

; all, and the great source of national wealth, industrious and intelligent printer. We de. held with you on. the subject of the transferof says : But udneu steels o'er,

Although the returns received of the election has been left to fight its own un signed making this notice at an earlier period, Texas to Spain, and of the attempt by About the latter part of July, 1851,1 A* on friend now no moreI

on Tuesday last aro meagre, they are progress but in the interest arising out of the recent sectional political leaders to restrict negro cdmrn 'n ed killing and delivering beef to six I think, and their a* .nce depWe{

sufficient to show that FLORIDA HAS GONE aided by anJ.thing.likl" combined effort or canvass omitted to do so. slavery in the Territories of tho United thousand Indians. I so labored for Fremont I But faith lift; tilt) eye

BCCUANAN even the countenance of intelligent farmers States west of the Mississippi, I proceed to & Co. for eight months. I was still an eye i[ To heaven on.high.
FOR BY A LARGE MAJORITY. or planters. This neglect i is both shameful Graduation Act of 185i give you the following narrative of facts witness: as to all the beef which was furnishedsaid \t j Wbexo they life to rejoice nermor4J

:' Thus far the gains over Perry's and Walker'smajorities and unaccountable, Ild n ust itiin ultimately! The following letter was addressed by the with the view which I entertained at the time Indians for the next four months after I ,i ij I Thus sorrow allot]

4 in October are nearly equal to the and still entertain, in regard to the attempted and the entire number of cattle j I| '
the agricultural prospects of the State: unless!: II on. Percy Walker, of Alabama to the editorof quit killing ; : All the pl ftinre. aDd jorti
: entire majority of the former for Governor. restriction.As so killed and delivered said Indians did not i
Of life its devious
some movement of the hind i is resorted to the Lindon Jeffersonian. tt treats of a Texas Mr. Monree and some, I through -
regards ,
exceed hundred head for the entire
Gadsdcn and WakulIa, both carried by Walker eight i momenti now '
generally for reasons founded upon the m >?t matter of great interest to many of our read. if not all, of the members of his cabinet were twelve months do I believe there was as past .
-the former by 44 and the latter by 36 Ij ; nor i Though we lir* to the kit
obvious common sense considerations, viz: ei s. The injudicious and arbitrary interference apprehensive, as early as the close of the many as eight hundred head, weighing five
have wheeled into the Democratic j I Will never, no never, come
majority- now increase' of population and abundant: production of the Department Washington with first session of the 15th Congress, that great hundred pounds each. The Indians could : ba4k
column and thus their sister Leon would be made to the acquisitionof j G..T.M.
join opposition
have eaten the five thousand head
which are the elements of political and rights acquired( and vested under the gradua. as chargedfor
: In a shout of victory. In these three coun Florida if Texas, a part of Louisiana, ; but no, they had to run to the woods, I Affairs in Kansas. -
commercial power. We have said the science : tion act of 185-1, will claim and doubtless secure \vere not surrendered to Spain. The acquisition -
: nnd eat and
acorns, roots
ties there is a clear democratic gain ot'about grn shoppers, or
220.. .Old Jefferson the Democratic wheel of agriculture has been neglected in all] ; the prompt attention of Congress this of Florida was then a Southern, nnd starve, while Col. Fremont put in his own I Official Despatches from Got. (arCO.

parts of the State. Shall it continue to be so? winter, in the passage of a bill confirming the retention ot Texas Western question ; I pocket four-fifths of what the Indians dught dition the Country, ifc.WAHHINOTON .
horse," rolls 245 majority-a gain of 67 but the leaders of in the o
up Although Agricultural Clubs!':, as proposed unconditionally' titles to lands entered under a powerful party I to have had. But ere concluding, I must add I : ; Oct. 27,1850.-Among the

; over Perry's majority. by our intelligent correspondent .Broom I the act nlmclt as above.We country, chiefly sectional, had resolved that that Col. Fremont & Co., made out their account official despatches received to-day from GOT.
should have both. A Northern Senator
we ( not for five thousand head of beef cattle
sedge," are as yet an untried experiment, the j advise our Florida friends, interested in the acknowledged leader: of one of the Geary, of Kanas, is one dated Lecompton,
.. :t.. a"t er. weighing five hundred pounds each, \\henthe I October 15, in which he details the circumstances .
MADISON BEDEEMED idea is valuable one and should be acted this measure, to keep quiet and easy, as their great patties: in the country, was understoodto real number did not exceed eight hundred I attending the arrest of an organized

A l letter of the 6th announces that Madison upon without delay or hesitation. In other interests will be confirmed the ensuing winter: have: declared should that the bo tieaty ratified then if the being line head, netting five hundred pounds each ; and I: band, consisting of about two hundred and

parts of the United States these clubs ate WASHIMJTON, Aug. 12, 185G.GENTLKMEX I nominated not if I am not mistaken, he had to swear to the I forty persons, among whom were fewwomen
has been redeemed and very
regenerated were placed a foot beyond the :Sabine ; he-
abundant, and to their favorable: effects i is : Your letter to July account hefore it was allowed. If so, you and children.
to me ()
South and the West
said the I
i too
th mll cd.Vith one small precinct to hear were taking
be attributed much of the' close and I 2oth, in roferance to the Graduation Land J and it may perjury to the beef swindle. The Thi party was regularly formed in mill.
productive wastime their
from, Buchanan's majority is 90) Walker ) I Act of 1654, reached mo a few days since. rapid a flight, to clip above ia not the swindle! case of 18-17, wherein !| tary order, under command of General Pom-
farming which from soil that has wings. The negotiations for tho purchase
: carried the by 112-democratic : At of the :Mr. Abel Stearns received a goodly number : Colonels Eldridge and and
county gain I an early period present session I J roy, Perry, others.
of Florida were continued with the Spanish
been cultivated for centuries that rival ; of cattle from Col.! Fremont. ''
202' Madison has done splendidly. crops brought; the! ( matter to the attention of the :Minister during the recess of Congiess,; and They had with them twenty wagons, in
and even in respects the House of and the I j which were a supply of
many surpass product Reprebentafi.es!'; Committee new arms, mostly
:\Monroe: from information from various
COLUMBIA. I Political and Moral) Treason. '
of our own virgin lands. on Public Lands have prepared and will became almost certain that the I i jJno. muskets, with bayonets and wibres, and a l lot
Eight precincts give 251 for Fillmore, 200 title lands sources, Minor I Botts of Va., and Kenneth Ray. I of saddles &c. sufficient
I Agriculture like all the industrial arts, is report a confirming to entered nn- treaty would not be ratified should he insist! ,equip a battalion,

for Buchanan. carried on for the cf money-making dr the act of 1851. 1 have no doubt of its I on retaining Texas. *" I nor of North Carolina, both leaders of the consisting of one-four of cavalry and the

ALACHUA. purpose passage. The induction issued from the I Southern of the Know ; remainder of Infantry.t Besides these arms,
Some tim* in the autumn of 1818, therefore Nothing [party, j
and its
Newnansville 117 progressive improvemei.t may, there- General Land Office, and to which refer I which Geary were evidently
precinct-Buchanan you says
the Secretary of State was required to have recently addressed l letters to { intcnde
fore, in the main, }be safely left to the rivalry] are, in I my opinion, wholly unauthorized.The .- prominent for military purposes and which
Fillmore 62. offer( in a counter proposition to one from |
gentlemen of the in tho States of j
DUVAL. individual efforts after excellence; but, likeall officers of that Department have no right the Spanish minister, the line pretty much same party I wagons, a search of which was strongly objected
to impose conditions after vi has Pennsylvania and New York, urging them j to, the emigrants were with
other any entry provided
arts it has
This County begins to from her specialities may be I as it was afterwards adopted. Mr. Monroe
I been made. The gives the title under with vehemence shot-guns, rifles, pistols knives &c. sufficient .
best efforts that entry i ]knowing, however, that the instructions of great to coalesce with the ,
promoted by are not
darkness. Fillmore's is so
J Egyptian majority the law. This, seems to he the opinion of all Black in order i for the ordinary purposes of persons
the minister would justify( him in transferring Republicans to defeat the National .
only) 105-a loss of 113 on Walker's major closely connected with the selfish interest of I the legal members with whom I have con I to us the Spanish claim to the whole territory I Democracy. These arch conspirators |I traveling in or any other of the Western

iti._ In Jacksonville the K. X. majority was j pecuniary emolument versed. Your ob't serv't I east of the Rio Grande, hoped before I Territories. From the reports of the officers .
-12-in October it was 123. I ,Agricultural Club would be chargedwith PERCY WALKER. the close of the negotiations to find our own 1 against the interests of the"South having lost j it appears that they had with themneither
I Messrs. R. II. Hudson and others. all patriotism and self-respect, are engaged in oxen, mechanics' tool, agricultural
The majorities reported in such Counties i the duty of collecting and disseminating I people disposed to receive it ; but, after tw! i
: i.f he became satisfied socret combinations against the perpetuity of j: implements, or any of the necessary appurtenances
meeting Congn-ss,
have been heard from follows correct information as to the best modes of i
as fully are as : I On the 21st of October-two weeks before I of peaceful settlers. They were .
I that: no treaty retaining the whole. or even the Union and the rights of the South. Such j permitted
cultivation, the most effectual means of pre the election the Florida I ; to their under
nCCHA A". FILLMORE. Sentinel said a considerable part of Texas could be rati- shameful moral pursue journey an escort -
Oadsdcn.. ., .. 26m. 9. .. I serving.and restoring the fertility of the soil, I this- I fied. There were high considerations, ns '- political delinquency! is I cf a squadron of dragoons, having been

,,-:tkul1a! ,. .. ...... 25m.:> .9'. I and of procuring) and distributing seeds and It i is fixed fact' that I well of national interest as of public policy, 'I without precedent in the history of the Southern i, furnished! with a day's rations, and subsequently
Leon .......... -121 .. now a Buchanan [ States and to
m. will excite the scornful abhorrence j Geary, according promiAe, met
Jefferson..245iii.:> .. plants, with instructions in regard lo soil and stands no chance '-the choice is now between I which made it not only desirable, but necessary them
near Topeka. They apologized for
Madison...... ". 90m ... treatment beet adapted to promote their I Fillmore and Fremont." that the treaty be ratified. of every true Southern heart. This :j their evident and undeniable

Duval.. ...... ..... ......10:5: growth. This was doubtless put on record with the] I The South had suffered greatly by the I event constitutes a feature in the political history !. proclamation which disrtgar ofGeary's
I I ,
; These counties gave Walker a majority) of I We hope that the intelligent author of :I view of keeping up the flagging spirits of the British 1812 HId occupying by their Florida agents during remaining the war there of of the United States which outrages common ," plausible was far from being satisfactory.

196. They now give Buchanan a majority I "Broorn!"edge" will lead off in this matter :, Fillmoreites throughout the State. But on the and exciting the Indians to hostilities subsequent decency, and excites in an honorable After welcoming them as peaceful emigrants,

of 402, which is: a democratic: gain of 598. and; secure the ]honor: of being the pioneer of !'! 4th-the! morning- of the election-when! the to that war. The possession of Florida mind a sentiment profound: ui gllst. The'I I and assuring them ho 'would positively en-

.Buchanan's majority: in the State will probably i I: aj important: engine of agricultural] progress i i I Sentinel could not circulate: beyond the! shadow was, therefore, con-idt'recl necessary to i malice that induces such conduct is most uu1 j I men fore to his enter proclamation or travel, and through suffer the no Territory party of

} not be less than 1500.Presidential I I the peace and( security, of the! whnl'> South. 1 accountably satanic and can only find a lodg- !
j Our leading men should l pay less attention to ;! of the Capitol], and its distant readerswere 1 with warlike or hostile appearance(', to the

Election. I {political! matu-is iow; that the country is safe j thus prevented before they} depositedtheir : The settlements to "the t Chaltahoochie III 1 Georgia were; and rnpiiilyextending Alabuna : merit, in the breasts of such political mountebanks j i terror of peaceful citizens, and the danger ofrenewing

in the hands of Buchanan, and look! more to i votes, from knowing) what was the real: : 1 was fast ri-itig to tIlt! condition of aSlate. i : as John Minor Botts and KtnnethRavnor. j i> the disgracefuland afrlng scenes
The only intelligence received of the probable t i iTbc.San through wh'ch. the !.-. recently
I advancement of the. local interests involving opinion of the editor, quite a different tune I ; Should' Florida remain in the hands
,.. retull of the great contest on the 4th I! of difficulties similar !i pa8 CL Geary; insisted i n;\on the immtdiatl
Spain to those in rela-
the happiness and prosperity of the people of I was sung On that day the editor looked disbandment of the combination which
, outside of Florida is contained in an extra of lion to the navigation of the Mississippi' ) hut Francisco Vigilance Committee. ,. was
- Flol iJa. into the figures, and the result of hi.s" I i agreed to with alacrity. The mnjorily of thoI
I the :Macon Telegraph? dated Nov. 5, 5 P.1.: ., I I cy- on a smaller) scale' w"re foreseen in regard We nnncx from a California exchange a I[!
-----. I gratified to learn that
men were
I the three Presidential
from \vliich we learn that Georgia has gone Democratic Gathering. : pheiing" placed candi. j to the navigation of the palachicola, a river i i list of the names of the malefactors executed !i 1: they had! be't e\irenti deceiHd in relation to Kansas
dates thus : Buchanan 144 electoral votes formed by the junction of t the Flint and Chat-
for Buchanan Chatham Pursuant ; ; i !( and! ostracized by the Vigilance Committee j affairs and that and ,
1b 1-y a large majority. to previous notice, a Democratic : Fiilmore tahonchi, ** rivers at the. southern extremitv! j peace quiet, instead of
Fremont 79
gives a majority of 473, Bibb 84. In eight; meeting was held in this city on Saturday i! ; 73-putting the verymtu i i Georgia and I Alabama, running through;' ; ;i ij during its brief nnd murderous existence: ,i i strife and detention, were rtigning there.j .- I

: counties there is a Democratic gain of over i I last. A very excelled and liberal barbacuewas (I who had formerly been thrust aside as j j Florida and falling into the Gulf of Mexico I i James P. Casey, executed May 22d. !j j His remarks won? received with frequent
I! standing 110 chance" first in the list, and the Charles Cora executed : 22d. 'I demonstrations of approbation, and at their
I May
I within its limits. These difficulties I
1 3,000 hh the for Mr. J. it was |
as compared majorities prepared by A. J. Roney, and >
I model" Fillmore at the tail : Yankee Sullivan, committed suicide May close the organization was broken up, and its
and against Johnson in 1855. the whole arrangements were such as to give Verily, those believed: could be avoided only by acquiring' ,i f members dispersed in \arioui directions.

From the same. extra we quote the follow- the fullest satisfaction. Gov. Broome ad-I of our cotemporary's readers who may havebeen 1 the Another ten itory object. was to end to the I, 31st.C.. P. Duane, shipped, on the Golden Age, : After they had been dismissed from custody,
inclined to risk their his put an ;
money on judgment I! and the fact announced l by
Major Silley,
ing: dressed the in June 5th.
meeting a variety of sensible African slave tiade ; for ii waknown to the j I
as expressed on the 21st ult., will perhaps "'m. their thankfulness for his kind treatment to-
South Carolina. il and patriotic remarks on the Union and the administration of M]r. ;Monroe that persons Mulligan, :
be grateful for the cool matiucrin which i \\'oollt.'v U wards them during the time he held them
: .\tGt"STXo.4.. dangers by which it is threatened which engaged! in tint. trade were in the habit of j Kearney, I
Legislature: of South Carolina: has elected they were s Jtl. They will have learned, !I -"uggllng! African negroes through Florida j! Bill Cart, sent to the Sandwich Islands.!! I under arrest was expressed by giving him
listened .
to three cheers.In .
II were gravely attentively and Martin U hearty
: Electors and directed their vote for Buchan however, how much confidence hereafter to I I into: tho Creek country, and thence into ;- Gallagher, I r
thoughtfully, )by an audience which felt the I,j Edward Bulger, u" conclusion Geary expresses his regret
and : Georgia Alabama nnd Louisiana i i- j
an Breckinridge. -Mississippi
I place ia their organ's opinions. :11
that societies exist in States whose object
I of the issues involved Pete Wightman about 1st June. -
importance as the earnestness ; besides, Mr. :Monroe was desirous that away !
of their I the of ;Mexico and Ned McGowan, "u" i it is to fit out such parties as the one just
: Tennessee- I feelings displayed by their Horrible I independence :Spanish
described and send them to Kansas, to their
I South America should be John Crowe, left on the Sonora, June 20th. I II
NASHVILLE, Nov. 4, 10 P. M. I votes on Tuesday last fully) testified. The Madison Messenger of the 1st inst., i igh'es but it was deemed important acknowledged that the line; I Bill Lewis, shipped in the Sierra Nevada: own injury and the destruction of the generz
; ,
Democratic far heard from- ]] I II I II III welfare of the country. He : Very
gains as as following account of a horrible mur- I I between the territories of Spain and the United Juno 20. says

Davidson 100 ; Simms 116 ; and sixty to The Letter of Gov. Wise. der perpetrated near that place on the 30th States should first:. be determined, particularly Torrence Kelley, U many persons are induced to come out hereunder

: t-ighty in Wayne, so far incicates the electionof This highly interesting letter which appears ultimo. ,I I on the Pacific, as on the acknowledgment John Lawler, -I flattering promises, wi.ich:. are never
Buchaanan and Breckinridge by from five Wm. Hamilton fulfilled, and having neither money to purchasefood
i in of should) ,
our paper to-day, be read of the independence of Mexico (lie.
\\ called]
} c me upon this week to record or clothing, trade at
to"ell nor or occupation
thyusand. James Cusick ordered
leave refusedto
to but
; claims ,
of would become Mexican
j let him I Spain
reside ,
by every{ patriot, North or of the most
ene heart-rending tragedies, and fled into the interior. which to earn an honest livelihood, are drivento
South of J1a ol's and Dixon's occured in this )and it was believed the line could be more go I
Alabama. line. The indignant ever state. the necessity of becoming either
I I readily adjusted with pain than with .Mexi- J. 'v. Bagley, ordered to leave,but refused paupers
At.'Gt."STAo! \". 4. co'iiments of the opposition press 011 Thursday) night, the 30th ultimo, :Mr.\ co. These of the i to go, and fled into the interior. I; or thieves; and'such are the unfortunate men

Returns sufficient to show that Buchananhas I! North and South upon the recent convocai William Pearce, residing about five miles I which were. induced somo tho administration leading cmfeiderations i James Hennessey, ordered to leave, but re-I who have aide materially in filling up the

carried Mobile county, Alabama, by a i tion of the Go\jrnors of several: of the Southern I from this place his, whilst lie was eating supper/ i of)t 3!Ir. :.Monroe l ( h ac.-opt tho treaty with tho I. fused to go, and fled into the interior. measures crimes that have seriously
told of who
one negro men, had been | I affected the prosperity Kansas. It is high
T. B. Cunningham, shipped on the J. L. !
: small majority.Shortiidge line which] it established.The .
States at Raleigh, N. C., have afforded I guilty of a misdemeanor\ that so soon as he I I II 5th. i time that this fact should be clearly and generally
[ : K. N., for Governor, had up- little than through he would him I II Stephens, July !
us a more disgust amus'ment.-I was give a Hogging. I I Tom Mulloy, understood. This Territory, at the

wards of GOO majority in Mobile county last:: i Only four were present, we Accordingly, when he: got up from the table, Flo.iJa. Peninsular". of the 25th inst., Lewis Mahonv, .' !j! the present season of the year-and especially

-\'car-En. F. & J. i Governors of North and South Carolina: ] Vir- I: lie went out into the back/ yard and called I says : J. R. Alalony," '. U under existing circumstances offers no inducement
I lIlt! tV-IIow out cf the kitchen, and told him to the the
1 : to immigration '
"""""""* 'I' poor
I and Louisiana. We I "Gen'l Carter i is making j
j glum frankly ad. i ; arrangements
very him.
conic to Manifesting a deal of j tradesman laborer. Tho
great I is
Later from Tennessee. I for ;: James White, shipped on tho Golden or country over
i a scout, by about half the :State Age, i
i mit that we are one of those who sincerely jj j submission! ,, be obeyed ; but so soon as he j troops. Julv 21. I IJames run with hundreds who are unable to obtain
I It is be
ArcrsTA, Nov. 5.Eleven to hop fl that the Indians be \
j: hope that the Southern States may. n :ver IK ; got within tliiking, distance, drew oil axe, i! run fiTtn their and may Burke, alias "Activity: employment, who live upon, charity, and who
j hiding places oncimnr' ;
in Tennessee
counties show Democratic
,: which he had concealed, and split! in twain I II \ t tYm I are exposed to privation, destitution and wantAmong
without chief magistrates, who are willing at compelled to actively. The longer ;t F. McLcniij II. : .
of twelve hundred. operate tj
gains I
the bead of his master-scattering tho brains
{ the documents
is the immigrants
nny necessary moment to consult' upon the j they im allowed) to n-maiu quiet flu better Abraham Kraft, II. i a report of -
line of their i ill every direction. We are not aware he ;! will they be prepared to meet the issue when John) Thompson, alias Liverpool Jack, to Geary, complaining of rough
duty quettioifs important survived
vitally j : I
; Fremont Sweeping the North. upon a minute. J treatment the.receh'ed from acting,
I Our shipped( August 5th. I troops
presented. hopes to exterminate them
: ; ,
to their section of the confederacy. j The negro instantly] flee-and to this j! understood under the orders of Preston
AUGUSTA, Nov. 5. up }j is in pushing, measures'! in such quick sueI I I Chris. Lilly, shipped[ August 5th. i as they -
For Fremont-Maine, New Hampshire, i In these days, when a powerful and dan- I time (noon Friday) has not been captured. j iI cession as to assure them of our ability to j To which list must be added tho name of I the; Deputy United States .Iarha de

Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Con- j;< gerous party at the North seek the control of I Gen. W. llarncy. j I j chastise them wherever and whenever they J. D. Mvsgrore, ordered to leave, but as yet caring their mission to Kans peaceful ;

necticut, :New York, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin j' the government on the express plea that they may be found, and of our intention to hot- non est in rent us, making in all just thirty. 'ing no organization save one of police,
This officer
distinguished of the United
: and reported Illinois. For Buchan- them until t of removal for their own regulation and defence on .
press rms are agreedto
,Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, aim to batter down the guarantees of the States Army, was in New York on tho 30th or the last' red-skin' exterminated. Texas Election. I the way, and coming in that spirit to the

South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi Constitution, it is high time for the Governors ultimo, en route for Florida. Tho Daily- Territory they claimed the right of American -

and) Tennessee. Vote in Louisiana and and all other functionaries in all the News, remarking upon his presence in that Official Returns from Pennsylvania. Official Returns for State Officers for 1856 citizens to bear arms, and b exempt
close between Fillmore and Bu COMPTROLLEB. from unlawful search or seizure.
Southern States to be alive to be alive to
chanan.; city, says: this distinguished soldier nnd most The entire returns of the State have been James B. Shaw .. . .. t ,31,698 Sibley, who had them in charge
says tat
..., I every possible requirement of their respective successful Indian negotiator has but just returned received, and are as follows : E. S. C. Robinson . . . .20,474 they never for one moment were t

p New Orleans is reported to have given positions. We should expect our own little from the subjugation of the warlike For Canal Commissioner. TREASURER. feel the restraint of military discipline, but

Fillmore a majority of 3426. Stale, if certain things, seriously contemplated Sioux and Dacotahs the frontiers of Kan. were, on tho contrary, relieved from the
on James II. Raymond. ... .. 30,054
Scott (Dem.). . .. .212,886
The despatch above makes no mention of by the Northern abolitionists should sas and Nebraska, and forthwith tho President Cochran, (Union.). .. S .210,1 12 I \\ A. Tarlton. .. . . .11,140 and onerous were duty assisted and necessity rather of Shan nightly gars, -

Indiana, Iowa and New Jersey; Much out occur, to prick up her ears and make believe and Secretary of War order him to puta ATTORNEY GENERAL. their journey. The C apt*in, to

we have no doubt i is guess-work. Illinois we she will play the d-1, when demonstrations final period to the Seminole hostilities in Scott's majority .. 2,774 James Willie. . . .. . 29,021 Geary's instructions, restored agreeably such of the

will never believe has voted for Fremont un of this character serve to intimidate and Florida. Gen. Harney was the friend and For Attorney General. William, Stedman ... .. .. 11,660 arms 8 were claimed as individual property.

: ,*-: til we see the figures. It is our firm belief check the movements of our implacable foes. prolege of Andrew Jackson, and having had Fry, (Dem.). . . 212,468 SUPREME COURT. CHICAGO, Oct 27.-Tire dispatch from

Buchanan has carried all the States Union. . .. this city on the 23d inst in regard to the release -
; r that mentioned The exhibition of a craven spirit in a crisis experience in Florida, there can be no doubt Phelps ( ) 209,261! Chief Justice.-John Hemphill. i *. .37,871 ,
for him with the Associate Justice.-R. T. Wheeler. of the Kansas emigrants arrested *t
ar having gone free like this-would be an abandonment! of our .30,840A.
that within six weeks after his arrival in the
. Plymouth, K T., by a telegraphic blunder U
Fry's majority . 3,207 S. Lipscomb. .26,342
States of Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey and rights, and a betrayal of that manly spirit "
land of" sand and flowers made
sun, no more For Surveyor General. T. 1. Jennings. 13filO to say that the arms found in the wagons
> California in addition. Kentucky has alsovrcTbelieve which animated our fathers when resisting of tho emigrants were '"'re tored," whereas
will be beard of Indian disturbances in that The Democratic
'. I. Rowe, (Dem.). . .. .212,623 majority for State officers .
: gone for him, with Maryland\ and similar encroachments by the mother country. quarter. Laporte, (Union.). .. .208,888 nt tho Kite: election t in Texas, was according I they were "rtined" by the authorue
Delaware.; But it useless to speculate td the official returns, for Comptroller -

we shall aU know the truth in a few days. The Key \Vest Key of the Gulf of the IMPORTANT FHOM CENTRAL AMERICA.The .- Bowe'g majority. . 3,735 11,224 ; Treasurer 18,914 ; Attorney j I Gen. Carter is making arrangement fo> A
18th ult, : : General I scout about half It Is to
says the Stat
17,161. Average Democratic majority by ,
latest advices from Central America da.
Average Democratic troop
We have been shown letter addressed to majority 3,239.In from
> a 19,099. be hoped that the Indian
:TuJi XJmciAt" VOTE or Omo.-The State ; b rn
Mr.\ Filor by the American Telagraph Company ted Oct. 6th, announces that the commander the State Senate the Unionists have a their hiding places, and more '

"fit Journal publishes the official vote of all the asking his aid at the coming session of in-chief of the army opposed to Gen. Walkeris majority of three, and in the lower House I to operate actively. The ncl longer comple!

: counties' In the State except Cotthocton, I the Legislature to procure the passage of ad watching the movements of the latter, and the Democrats have a majority of sii. Democratic MORE DEMOCRATIC: vERTs-Hugh C. I lowed to remain quit. the better will the be

..Darkf, .Erie Wjandotte, on the Supreme i act similar to that granted this Company by that reinforcements: numbering one thousand majo ity on joint ballot tm! o. Murray, Chief Justice of tho Supreme Courtof prepared to meet issue wheu pres .

Judge, with the following result"Bpwcfif : the State of Maine, to facilitate the above men; had, already marched to join him, and 1 California who was elected to that position I Our hope to exterminate. them is in "peM7measures"
in completing telegraphic communication as many more would follow in a short time. DUEL sueh succession to U-
SEAR the in
.: : ** .ASUlNGTO'i.Wasbfngton: by American" party, has joined the quick a
\ Republican, 147,928 on this continent, And extending it The ertemy had determined to continue Nov. lst.-A duel was fought this morning, i sure* them ,of c r nbjlity to ehastiao tbcoi

"SarU, Democrat, 131,656 with the wire, which it is to be hoped will \Vith the utmost vigor the prosecution of the near this city, between Roger A. Prior, of Democracy. wherever and whenever they, may be fbfltid.

t ttoah, American. .. 23,557"Majority : soon be laid across the Atlantic. The importance war against the brave Walker and his com tho Richmond Enquirer. and Dr. Finney, of Judge Terry; who wa arrested and imprisoned I and of our intentioii to hot-prets them until

;, +rr ; .- 16,070 of the connection through Florida to rades. And the latter had as fully determined Accomac, Va.,' a State Senator. Tho latter by the Vigilance Committee has terms of removal are agreed to, or tbft J lait

-. .Tt.Imported mBJpritiet.in tl e abient coon- Key West And thence to Cuba, to the commerce to meet and tanquish them in bloody con was wounded on the first fire, arid the affair done the same He. too, WAI-elected-by the '. "red-skin"! eflttermTniwd.-TamfatV.r--

d is a& ;tt O'R r.U! .; .: of the world, nod thow localities can flict. "I then adjusted., t Arn'riC4fl pttt' : ;) I tnter. '- '._

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Scene Attending; Jttr Ciioate'sSprf Amid the speculations wb'.eh such a stjirtling r

cH it Lowell. tragedy always! gives rise to, the 6nly one tfmted States Mail HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOIE

which has pretended to give artj solution of

The speech of Hon. Rofus Chosre, in Hun the crime is this : There has been a hoop FLORIDA. Are again in the Market with a Latge end Il Selsctcd

ngton| Hall, Lowellon Tuesday evening maker living near Bergholtz, for whom the
f Poet Orricr DEABTMINT. )
attended by. an incident of fearful aspect doctor has practiced a good deal ; imd who October 11, 1850. V"PROPOSALS

vat the time, but wWch happily passed off owed him quite a large bill. Frequent quarrels .wwwww.-ww for carrying the mails of the United SLLI TEtdI.

,t have risen out of this fact. This man Auction JL States from Ui* hat January, 1857. to the Oth
iritiout.the threatened Calamitous results.A .- moved to Buffalo a short time however June 859.. on .following route in the State of

correspondent of the Boston Courier thus and there is no direct testimony ago that, he has, AT THE CITY AUCTION ROOM. be FLORIDA, in the time and manner herein specified will -., ..
received at the Contract Office of the Post Office

describes it: boen about Bergholtz) lately.ftifwaufcie It UCTION SALES this Fall have now fairly comXI Department, in the city of Washington, .until 6. p. m.. i is oaf intention to sell at th Lo' vet Cnh P.rJee and wt ask the PuUf la> call\\I Mif

The meeting was convened in Huntington meneed, to the satisfaction of our friends generally of the 24th November, 1856, to be decided on the IT oar goods before making their purchwe.. Our stock embraces *every.vaisJif'Ladles Drel

the railway station. Ladies receives from 300,000 to 500- and trusting? to the same like literal patronage next day : Goods--ltob, Mantles, Laces and Embroideries &o. Gent and Boy CiOt lBff- flisho4
Ha1!, over 000 bushels o'fvheat week. It sells from extended to us, we shall endeavor to please. 6859. From Jacksonville, by Barber's and Newburgh,
the and these per and Plantation) Goods. .'
ere adhiiited to galleries, 93 to UGc) per bushel to Alligator, 70 miles, and back twice a week, in MANTLES Onr stock of Mantles Talmas, Cloaks Scarf and Shmwb M large and of the lii 1 yIs| to.

thronged the doors were opened to the multitude At the return of the Bell THIS DAY four horse coaches. port*! by-George Brodic, the most fashionable house in New York, at*!** are Enjenw, JottpLiae, fffanfm -
The Hall is one hundred and twen- Leave Jacksonville Sunday mnd Wednesday at 7 p color b .
; Worms will Empress, Leones Cuban Ac, and of evi-ry voeua.
Worms be
eightr feet At 7 o'clock it was filled sold tt Public m.; FASHIONABLE BOHNETS-_Untrimmed and Trimmed, Hair, Tuscan Eaflub Straw, aaUaod. LaM

tv by Men stood packed together |3f! There is no disease more common among Auction, as follows : Arrive Leave at Alligator next days by 1 p. m.; and China Pearl, Fancy and Mourning BonneU. Rigolettes and wire Bonnet framtt, MJMM BooMts aad,
repletion. Alligator and
Monday Thursday at 8
to a. m.
closest possible manner, and it was Children and yet none which so frequently baffles the 2 doz. cane bottom Chairs, Mahogany Tables, Bureaus. Anive at Jacksonville next day 2 ; Hats, and Caps and HaU fir email pLJldreri.
the by a. m. Freodi
in Valencieoix and Bobintt. BTUM !* and Eocuohthtead
Real ,
lull of the Bedcteads, Wardrobe, Feather Beds, Carpets, LACES"White and Black Silk Lace Blond,
estimated! that there were over five thousand physician, asworms.. They are highly
Fluid '
Lamps, Looking Glasses, one Cooking Stove Lac**. 0
: persons within the walls. f detrimental to the constitution; and theJr pressure in fine order, and sundry other articles in the above Proposals must be NOTE. EMBROIDEEIEa Curabrro and Dimity Bands, EJgings, Izaart1cs and Flouricingi, ?AibJ. H m-
The meeting came to order, was organ- should be carefully guarded against by parents. On hue too numerous to particularize. guarantied by responsible stitched Linen Cambric and Printed Handkerchiefs.
persons, certified to as such by a postmaster or judge and White Mourning. Cambric, E ok, Diced. Tarfctoa. BLiflk
? feed ; the President, Mr. Whipple, was introduced ihe first manifestations of symptoms, every means ALSO and White CoL'art tnmaed With bugles Linen
gracefully (hat he should be used to expel them and Several Horses, Mule and by the successful bidder, with before the hat
V .and was saying promptly thorough a good TVaggon. Terms survey VEILS.-Black and White Silk nett illusions, Love, White, Black and fancy colored Veila, Embroldsrtd
f: wonld not detain us-that his audience was ly. M'Lane'a Veimifuge, prepaied by Fleming Bios made known on day of sale.JOHN January 1857.No Lace. Tliulod. Blonds. Crapes tc. -
another and while thus of is well H. LLOYD Auctioue-. pay will be made for trips not performed, and assortment of rich Bonnet and Bash Ribbow and wioUrtrimminjjs.
here to hear agree- Pittsburgh, established a* the most certain for each of such ommissions not RIBBONS AliTD TBIThilNGSA splendid .
ablv engaged, a sound, as if from a cannon safe and speedy remedy ever offered for this trouble Private Sale. r d tbre6 times the pay of the trip may be. deducted.explain .,A'cck and Brit Ribbons MoLair bead druses, Swanadovru Victorine and Cufli'Chenfl Trimmings
of Moire Galons Tas elo and Beautiful French Flower and lua-
Antique. Velvet Gimp, pugks
filled all ears, and we felt the and dangerous and For arrivals so far behind time as to break connexion
distance some all
malady who have the LARGE
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} M a A USlc Box, iu fine order. Plays with ches. Wreaths Tale, and head ornameDts. Birds of Paradise : floor yielding. There was a general panic management of children should keep this invaluable 8 fashionable tunes. one-fourth depending of the mails! and not sufficiently excused. GLOVES, HOSE, &C--Ladies and Gtnts Silk) Wool and Cotton Hose and GIoTw, Buck Oanatloti, Silk
for the is
end a movement toward the platform, and a medicine on hand. In addition to its perfect safety, JOHN R. LLOYD Auctioned. to forfeiture. Fitits compensation will be cnless trip subject the delinquency Mitts. Gents grey Lamb and Cashmere Socks, Childrena town made Boots,. IJ1ea silk and "wool under-
ovember8. 1866. 46-lw shirts. Dents wool and Kik! undershirts. Drawers Ac
deal of excitemmt. it fails the be
never pioduce desired effect. promptly and satisfactorily ,
great the rostra-n for explained LADIES DRESS GOODS -Rcbes of Silk and Cashmere DeLnine Robe. Broth and Black fled L,. Silks
Bi'ting on fle&ecttm to take the mail from into
Mr. Cboate was Cy Purchasers will be careful to ask for Da. SI' EXTENSIVE AUCTION offi for r or a post Moire Antique, Black and Striped. Poult de Soie. Gro de Rhine, Glace and watered Black LoatriceSiaCliero -
it be
e to
and inJiffjreut : ; suffering injured destroyed, fobbed
calm, onternplative apparently LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIHTGEV taauufactnred by "r lost ; and for refusing, after demand, to the Silk Plain DeLnines. Wool do. Satin Stripe, Printed, Fluid. Striped and Qmbre do, Persian OooPopirs. *
that he was unconscious ot tne shock. convey WasI.bLu'l Elastic Euffa de $oie Clnlli Cashmeres
no FI.CMIXO BUOE. of Pittsburg, Pa. All' other Vcr.mifugc SALE mail as fiequently as the contractor ruus or i is concerned Mcref-n. illusion. beltArcectine. Debegrt. -
He inquired of a gentleman seated pear him, in running, vehicles on the route Tie Postmaster Chatelaine, Sat du chine Robes. Black and Colored Alpacas. Hoop Skeleton and Whaleboo
-*, in comparison,ere worthless. Dr. M'Lane'bgenuine Skirts Wool hoods Cloth fine of full and second Slouraicg Guods. and atock
Grass assortment a largt
12 hii characteristic way, Are we .sinkingto Ox WEDNESDAY, NOV. l2Tir, AND Gen' r.I iiny annul the contract f< r repeated a
Vermifuge, alsa] his Celebrated Liver Pills ut't.iier
the earth t" and being, inforr.vd: that the! SATURDAY, '( lorn. failures to run agreeably to contract or for disobeyiiig _
can now be had atallrc p< ctabe! DiugStoies. Xoneemdit 'lie post office laws or instruct oi.s of the U ]
usvd for dancing ?, *t'd! that depart
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iffithniit the ment. The Postmaster General alter the ftheiic.
itgnatuie if -14 may -
ft was the* spring finor only that bad given -\ TILL be sold before the City Auction Room a
way, tie observed, "Very \\vli. let u* go nth FLEMING BROS. T lariie consignment of gtois from Key West, allowrmm.r, a pro rat i it.ciease oa the coitri; >ctpay. Marl pin i is and stiipts. Tweeds Satinc-tn, Turkey Red, Furniture pnte arid gitnp. Crfcsh. Pillow Cam Cotton

." i3ut ibe c'od s :fiLrmtd; anti it Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and sold fur the benefit of those ci.nt.-t rued, c :iaWinf 3 iu I He mpy a'.3" curtail or discontinue the service I and Linrn Fancy Gingham and Velvets, B. il li per. Green Baize Furniture Checks, Table Damntk. Pus-

:: that There was n' j bj one agent in every town in the South. pint ofSuperi'r in whole or hi part si pro rutu decrease of pay. allowing gee Udkf..Sponge Cloths Patent Towels. Tickings. Cambric. Moll iJualin, Naicaook and Jaconet,Brilli *
was necsEary to say Black Clc hs. Necro Kers.-ys. I''d & lYn one moiilh'p extra eomp<'n ation on the amount Brown Hol'and. Stay binding Domestic Ginghams Cut'on riaiitieU lc.
dangerand to announce tat! : Ir. Josph. Sh'gs A Sh't-o, Ommbuig", Nejrro B.'antets.! Brogan of st-r\ire di'pfiiied with. B-is; *.houl.j be Rcldrsstd HEAVY GOODSOsnaburgs.. Biown SL'rtmg and Sbeetirg Jeans, Denims. S irtitip etripei Maocb .Urstripes.

H. Hand, a member of the oily government, j Tallahassee Market Miois) Mtnit Boy's V\ tyt! hat, Clf.th C.ips Netrro to the "Secoii-1 Assi-tnnt 1'ost monster GHI TI: !," suprcsrnbed I Sea Island Bagging, Twine, Bed, S Jjld and Negro Blaaketa. FancvUlanketa, Head Hdkfi,

and au pxperiet ced architect: would go bo- Nov. 7-COTTON.-TIiit> m ticIthas come in very Coal liickry Shuts, La-lies A- Gents Gauntlets, Me- Pror-oialxfur- A'o. CS53. F.'oitJn. Plain Herseys and Twills.

and examine the building." j freely daring the veeks. and the 6ale amounting 1 iuo, himsk.V site do., Blink and Graf IIos-c- VVtJe.ii! For further particulars: pamphlet aJvertHsmert CLOTHING.-Orntlemens Clothing of every cokr and price. R large fitocl Overcoat nod Talraas, cf.r-

low to 292 bales were not ea. ily effectwl at the quota Stun Is. Cotton do. Head HandkuicMeK bilk O.K. for e'nmvtvirmthe ninilh in Virginia-, Geor fa, Flu ida, cry stvle. Whiilpool Bav'an. B'-nrfkin. Itu -in Ac. ptit i.d vests of evc.-T variety and made up after thvf'ry .
Mr. Choate bad spoken fully thirty mncts : turns with which we rloee this week's rcpoit to wit : Merinos. Alpiccn & D-lairx-s. German: Cologne, B.ilm tc., Of lb",5 inch I 1856. Litest *tyle. BOYS AND CHILDREN CLOTHING for every age'finrl size. Qutta Turch. ClotbUX -

when another dismal sound was beard, I Price, ?} to 10* for beet grr.Je*. These are <--h i of thousand Flowers. Table aiid Tea S-; < ,, ix C.irpen JA3IK CAMPBELL, to irotct against ruin and cold, Gents mufBeis, Lmen Bosom Shirts, pMaty French do, Byron utdSl.ind"

ucre siriung of the floor experienced-iheieva I pi CCS. For trade lole. -1 et nioieruiv be cibtaine.l. t<-r'h Tools, tic, 2 ho\ri.Sart>apaiiHii. I lot Hise nndMIICollars. 0-st. 25, H56. 43-4r Pi lmabt-r Geurral.A :!? CoInra.! Underi-Lirts, Diawers Ac.

panic again and a rush. Mr. Choatersued j SSEA ISLAND.-Only 20 bulea of"this d.-sonj.ti >:. ; S ice and Offec ?.!ils! Spint Lamps. HATS AND CAPS-Finest wool Fur anJ Silk ILsfq. also Cap, for men, boy* and fofanU.

\ a Mr. Butlr shouted thai *' Tuere change! bunds during tlc week at price* vaiviig Cuttou Rope Lines, ttc Terms C-ixh. Notice I BOOTS AND SHOES--Ladies, GcuCs, Boy auJ Girls Boots and Shoes to suit every size of toot aai f
; | fi-.rr 1C to 2k). HEIR & COLES. \ JOHN R. LLOYD Auctioneer. every variety of quality and price.
as EO danger,"-ethers gave similar assurance 1 NovemUr 8, lS5r. 45-lw A LL person" having d tn.inds a
?; but the men were rf-the. The ladies Uartweli Wat kins, late of Jefferson Co'inty, deceased pe .trv KtiKS, Chrnile and Tufted of/. Malts and Jlatt'n

alone were composed. t 1jip HODS. Notice; will take notice that they must present them CROCKERYI'pal China Ware, Common tk,<'ut OLns Sett*. to the unde1 signed duly authenticated within time time I HARDWARECort.it.es Curtain Bauds. Patent Sad Iron. Hatchets Area. Panes.? Stiaw Cuttor. Sea-

Notwithstanding the threatening aspect of PORT OF ST. MARKS. rlPIIE aiminl meeting f Stockholders of the Pensa- pres.-iihed by law. or this notice will! be plead] in bar sage Cutter Corn Shelleis, Brace and Bltt. Screws, Knives and Fork*. Pooke'i Eoivra. Au eri. Fau

affairs- he floor settled at least six inches in J_ cola anil! Gt-onria Kaihoud Company will take of tl.eir rcei'Veiv And all persons indebted (to said Dogs. Shot Belts. Locks. Pots. Ot ens. Teakettles Cov'd. Spiders, Spring Bularicw, Wheel Earrowi,' Q*

the} cenite of the hall-not more than a tLougind ARRIVED place on the first Wudiiesd.tv in DeCt-mbt-r next."F. estate are bert by notified to make immediate pavHHIH I Yokes, Curry Combs Cross cut Saws, Handsaws, Well Wheels, Ham, flub Bubs, C..ttuo Hoa

men withdrew. There was some com Oct. 31. Schr. Wild Pigeon. O'Lenry, New Or II. FLAGG, Stcv.JfovemLtr I 10 the undersigned at Montieello. I Nails Smith's Bellows, Anvi, s, Vi'-ts ic., tc.
8, ISS -15Administrator's WILLIAM W. HEIR. WILLOW WARE NOTIONS &C--Shell. Ivory, Horn and Rubber Comb of :1 kind
motion in the ladies' gallery, and a move leans. to Beard Oct. 25 1856. 613 t Hair Brushes. Colognes, Lip Salve. Ladies work Boxes. Olnw Weights, Shaving Boxes. Bracelets Necklaces
restored and v S. Seur. Justice. Siuii'lrrs, ]Key Wet, with -.
ment, but confidence was fur potatoes, onions and aes ited mdze.CLEARED Sale. BOOT of jet and fancy colors, Puff Combs. Satchel- Crumb Brushes. Crvb? Babies. Tots, WLipa. Pu3Bcxes.

ten minutes general quiet was observed on )Yirtne of an order Irom the Hon. J.mlge r-f Pro- AND SHOE SHOP. Shaving Soap, BUm c.f 1000 Flower Lubins Extracts, Hair Oils, Elastic Cord Hair Fins, Hunks

the part of all. I J b.ite for Leon co'jntvtllbesold' on Mond.y. rJTIr'undesigned I: have formed a copartners-hip f.>r and Eyea, English Pins. Brt'ons' Eyelet Machuipo. Envelopes Needles, Lead Pencil.. Silk Pur Port
NOT. 4. Brig .T. G. Anderson. Randall to SmollWO.H : Jthe of finest Alt nais. Armlets, Thitrbe! Pipes, Brooms, Letter and Foolscap Wbale bone
Mr. Butler returned and saia :- Gentlemen the 8tli of -entnber next before the Court hon !. AnJersoit door in Tallidms.-ee the foilnw ami SHOES and promise to give satis- ,
full confidence ing hind to wit The
Although I have :n the :
e t'on. 6S ea*fs tobacco; 11 boles wool, 47 l.idfg. I
dry j W half<>f N Vi," qiurtt-r, of Section 2o, in Township fietion to ail who may with to patronize them.Vtil. .- GROGERIcS.
strength cf this floor, although I am persu i- 17 deer skins. I 2, Ranire 1. N anti E. belonging to the estate of Jehu \ I. done with neatness and di putch. .

ded there SB no danger, yet such is the state IN PORT i Judge deceased, and to be sold fr ofI debts. PROTZ A RUPP,
of feeling here, I think we had better adjourn j Barks II. L. RutgerDrlano.; Frances Secor. King. I Terms on thy of tale. payment Oct. 25 43 Corner Monroe and 2'><> Foot sts P.alfimo'e Bve Herring, Sugar Powdered, Crushed and Granulated. Oo ia ButUr, Soap Cuffw, Cck*
Maeenroni, Cheese Candles, Snuff. Tobacco, Segais. Cheroot Oni:mia. Pickles. Piccalilli, Brandy Pieach
Bat let theje be no stampede-retire in or Hal G.H.-lfcpetd.liek. Fie, Asa Fi.hV..lfe, R. Ledsard. R.EDWARD H. BRADFORD, 7 Admr a. Land and Negroes for Sale I Viniilln, Froth Shad. Halibut, Salmon, Ijobstcr and Sardines, Tomato Catsup. Worcestershire Sauce Fresh

der." BRADFORD, Peaches, Quinces, Apples. Green Peas. Quince, Cnrrm.nt and Peach Jellies, Strawberries, Pine Apple, Cautsa,
B'ijs Baltic II.H.per. S'nvanct-e' Singlrhurst, J. 0.Ander.n. November 1S5C. 45-5w rP.ilK: uiid.-raijrued < .' ; < f bul tract of 253
r a
(; Stirdu Saicratus Dried Peaclcui Castie
Ginger ,
In less than five minutes the hall was ; Snaps. Soap. Mackeral. Podtr, Nuts, raedydropi.
Ran-lull. JL I '
; (ic.-i< \ ) fKf LAND.: t'ie Mi'--'i akie Lake
Iymj MI ; : ,
: Jelly Cm.ke. Candy cud Sugar I'iunis, Nutmuc-gs, Cinnamon, Teas. Smoking and Chewing Tobacco Lard OiZ.
empty and all escaped accident and harm Sc-lir. Ralph Post, Tjuer, Justice, Sauuderb, Wild NOTICE. nKir Hini'i, V. tS'oie.' The l.trr: is first i;ate quality, 1Jjrnimo fluiij &e. October 4, 1856. 40 ,

And now let me say there was danger-imminent igton. 0'Lur I QjIX mI'th? nftt-r date tlif undr, >nel adn-in '.tra"l O.i'': nnd I II.-: !. T.-about 2'25 of it c-lcired an-1 under _ _ _ _ _ _. _ -
and awful. Mr. Butler, though lit, -- _, U ix on time es'-it' <
disguised his fear, entered the Imll!!, n ver Mackerel and Herring. : of Loon r.i'nity, will ti.<. her neeount and vouchers and Im'Vi.-i tiihrm. 5. Tium: iimmm i.Vi.n.e'aif Southern; Lottery Groceries &e
:t emfur ; d e. Itimi cabio. ,
aii'l to !1.j.dye of J'i 't'ate 'f Ltv negro
} | : C'LIj- m
expecting to leave it. iive. and to his firmness j \ FEW HALF BBLS.ich N. 1 Mack.iel and for a di-ehnrjre fiu) --id ad''i.ii.-tratiuti.! : : I mgmm'd! t-iiin; :aii-l N''. 1 gin l t"o-: an-J sxrew The pie- ONTHEflavana Jost Receive J from N. Y. and N. Or'cam '

and intrepidity credit bhould be civej ; -T\. lien ing, uir<-ct from the Fibherieb. For fcaV at t ri.lZABHTll: JiOLDEilNHSS, AdnitC.IV j tentenr'p r. t itoti eiop will biing ." tr *3.t'f' >0 Any Flan Lottery !

for tho preservation of that great conrouise a low ate bjj sst;. i fr.-mrt!(.umtn: v.i-.i-i j to pun-hi.-e e n exr.u.i'i": tl.e pionu.'fj EXTRA and SuprCne Fior,

He ii-covrred with j McNAUGIiT, ORJ10ND of men and wonen.: 102,000
Rio and Prime old Java
November S. 165G. 4bj tif'ea: "r ?istceu likely NCGHOES, men. wom"n and | Cuffoc.
Mr. Rand, that the floor had \u-lded pesceptibly .-.- STATE OF FLORIDA. children! can al.v> be pun.hn.-"il with the place as also '' Chocokte. Crushed Sucnr, Macoareni.'

that the noUe which so slatmed ;ui LIME. hosfa.: niut.-s. ilrmLS. mtoclca' le, l".rniii.j ut .n-iid, Only 15,000 Numbers. Pickles, White Wine Vinegar, -

was the snapping of the iron fksitemngs. ud -| A A BBLS. Lim>. fivsh ar.J in good order. jut itwith all the coin foil i kr, .i-c.. tunde tliii; t-eason. JASPER COUNTY' ACADEMY' Candy Brown Grwn and Black Tea,
Applv either iu bv letter ft Micoaukie.. Soap, Toilet Soaps, .
supports; that if the sucii-nce was nnj *OO1 JLU\J lubue.l and 1..r3kNAUlJi.pa'by' prison "
4i! (;. W. MOOUE. Roujh and Ready and Fig Tobacco.
removed, the floor and the roof u1 l peihap ORMOND & CO. I Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving 'jtL5tf LOTTERY. Powder, Shot and Lead

the side walls, would soon come down: lie j L November R. 1E5G. 41/; BY JAMES E. BROOMB, w E w qp"o"bs7JOHN j Linseed Oil. AVhite Lea-J and Patty.

discovered that certain t-mbf-rs! upon which i PROVISIONS-plenty at last j ( Si [CY AUTHORITY; THE STATE OI OF.OKGIA.} Winter Beached Larap-Oil.! .
I VJK.MK OK Min TE. Buniirg Fluid. Star and
the floor rested had and that heeling Sperm Canites.
giv-n way A BBLS Fiour | "T ""HERE AS i it! is i ilbty of indivi.iii.iis: : and comT PRATORIOUS CLASS S. ALSO -
( : of the dej ot beneath was opening I IJ 8 CasKs Bacon Si'ies at.d SLoulder*. \ munilies lo uck>,',wi ji.lie their tit p ndeijce upon .
l.a..lrruwr. N >veu ber 15th, 1 850. At Concert Hall Au asx-rtment of Fluid. Solar and Hall Lmmpi.
and threatening. 2 Duffielde Hams, Alrniirliiv (to-i, and t to return thank* for his innnif"ld TAILOR TO
Bit the audience retired in order and with JO BbV JlfM Pork. Iisinzs and mercies : And Vir;>frr-r. tummy MERCHANT Macon, Go, under the sworn superintendence of ALSOThoasaitcn -

the 2 '' Lard aud 10 k<> d-x Stales of t tI.i? Confeder.ify have determined on Thuisday. Dealer ia Heady Uladc flothfu? and Col. Geo. M. Logan, and Jas. A. Nibit. Esq.cIIME. Lime -
out accident. Tl.e gentlemen on pla'fortn
4 M.ilasee 20) ilo. Rectified Whi.-Vrv. the idth( of November of
day rust., H3 a day Gciitleraen's Furnishing Goods. Hydraulic Cement, e, were of the last to leave. Mr. Choate while 10 Jfu ar, 4 lo. 1'ifiic!. Biscuit. For snle l public tlKirik'jfivinir, in ord<:r that it may le observed -- 1 Prize of. .. ?1 6.000 For Sa'e by G. 4 J. MEGI.Ncs. .

passing to the door, for the first Umi* seemed by Mc>A UOHT, OUilOXD i CO"ov. with uniformity throughout the Unu-n: I Fall and Vlr.icr 1 6.1)00) October 4, 1856. 40- t

to indicate by expression a realization of the > 8, '56. 45 Now, therelore, I, James E. Brcxju.e. Governor of am now recoiling my supp 1 2tWl

danger which environed us. The floor actually the Si.ite vt Florida do by tImid Toy public} proclamation of Cloths, Cassimercs, Vest ings, 4c., oj 4 .fl.OOO are..4.O'O(' Fall and Winter
White Pine Lumber. set iipait THURSDAY, the 20rh day of this 6 500are.2.50i> Goods.
sunk under him two three inches
or mouth as a day for public thanksgiving ; and I here Every Color Style and Quality 60 IoU .8,000 THE Subscribers are
O A ITI FEET White fine Lumber, nMfrteil, mitJ receiving their TAIL aol
and he wai heard to remarkThi- is going \ able lor Cabinet Makers. Sa'h and Blind Makers by solicit the clergy of the various ie.i ioiis (detiomi 20' Approximations of $100 Prize are 2.000 .I_ WIXTER GOODS, conrisUug of Dry Goods. Hard

;" but ho retained his self-possession and or Joiners Work. Not often each a lot for sale nations to open their respective houses of worsh p which I am prepared to make vp in the most 60 M) are 2.5"ti< ) ware, Groceries, Crockery. China, Glass and Wooden
walked | and deliver addresses! suited to an occasion so polenta 60 20 are 1.000 Ware. Bouts and Shoes Hats
on. here. McNAUGIIT. ORMOXD .t CO. fashionable style, on iAorf notice- Clothing, Cape, Boa-
Nov. 6, 06. 45 and interesting And I furthermore respectfully request nets, tc.. Ac. I't sale by
Horrible Tragedy. the pood citizens of this State to abstain from AND REASONABLE TERMS. 1,712 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO 102.000 0. & J. MKOINMSa
their usual its tIttjIjTib aud emIg.gtin its exercies.In ALSO October 4
One 45 Saw Gin.j Tickets S I O-Halves 85 Quarters 82.5O.Prizos 40-81
Prom the Lcckport(X. T.) Courier of Oct. 6th. vr;/iieuhereof, 1 ha e heieunto set my
horrible occurred at Bergholitz I j T70R SALl], a second hand GIN nVrreeize. has hand! and caused to be :atlixed time Seal of A LATIUC AND WKLL SELKCTKn VfOCK OF 1'ayabloviilioiit Deduction.
tragedy ,
German settlement in the town of Wheatfield JP been ouly used to pin ?.0 bales Cotton and usgoo3 [SEAL.] the State if FloiiJa. D.,ne nt the Cupifi.lin READY-MADE CLOTHING, Persons sending money bv mail need not fear its Bonnets, &cf; .
a as new. Fur sale low IVMcNALTGHL the City of Tahlmd.oissee, f.lii first day of suitable for being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communications TUST Received.
Consisting of garment wear a" assortment f Boootfa. i.HWci
in this county, on Saturday night last, ORMOND i CO. November, A. I)., 1S&6, and IheSlslyenrof such as Clonks every Talmas. Coats, Veils Pants, tc., tt\ confidential. Bdi>k notes of sound banks ti l Flowers Rouches 4c, ia -
less than the cold blooded November 8, '56. 4fti American taken at
being nothing ludependeucc. wl'kh will be disposed} of at low prices. pur. -ALSO---.
butchery of Dr. T. C. Strange, his housekeep JAMES E. BROOME, Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars, Those wishing particular nttnbei should crder 5m- Bebee's Fall Fashion Oentlemen
er and his daughter, by ect-e !;tr-crI or persons i Cheap Cash Store. G'vernor Florida.. Undei-liirti*. Cravats. Slock HoMery. JAMES F.
the Governor Attest WINTER
4 N offered at the By : Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their For Sale by'
as unknown i opportunity I n> now corntnenceinent J. MEGINNIS&
yet \ of the business season fjroitr South.wes- F. ViLUFiGUE, &cret.zry of Sf ale. own interests bv srivii.jf me a call, as all the above articles Manager, Macon. Georgia. Otobei-, S56. 40-6t
Sunday morning, as one of the doctor'sneighbor. I tern Georgia frenJs and Florid.nns, gcmerallswhen 3 All the papeis in the State please copy. have Wen selected with great care and with a Pot 18. 1856._42_ .

." "was proceedirg along the road November 1. 1856. 44 Ic"- to their adaptation to tl.is market. .
thT isit Tall.ihS8te. tp call nod examine the pr ces special: Tax-Collector's Sale To
from the doctor's house south becatno October 18, 1858. ly-42 the Public
Inading r of our goods befoie tby purchase, ct uei ting ia part .
Candies &c. TILL hj." sold 1'efctie the Court Hoiet' d'or. in ID LASH, and
upon the lifeless body lying in the road as foll-ixi-s : PA' upholsterer JIatnus Tr, nti-
with of blood its fcid He bad Staple Diy (ko 'a of every description ; RECEIVED nt of Stunrt," the town of Leryville. on thw first lion dav in from the Blind Assjlcrn, New York.
a pool by < HO a *irtm A. B. CLARKE[ '
Hat i'Janktts ic. j jo.omo JUST January i.txt. the fotio'A ing.land, to wit : the E VJ r.-pectfuiiy tenders hia thsuks for favors
been raurdertd be been BoomM. yhoes. Kers-yp. Gtlatiue, Fiarori.'ifjcxtrac* AT. &'., fir past awl
vita an axe, having best Havana CIGARS. wile A J J1EG1NNISS. of src'.ion 18. township H, range 14,Jevied upon asth soiU-i s s continuance of patronage, which be will *nleavor -
struck fosr blows with it, one oa the right Fine Groceries. French Br.indic?, Nov.by 1, 1859. Ct-44(5. I S now recf-ivinp his Full an 1 7ii.ter Stock off property of Char'es Bynies. and sold to satisfy f> ir.etit. He has on nand all kinds orJLitlusse '

side of the face, two on the back of the bead Supeiior Madt-ira. Port anil! Shein Trine (; ods. stimtmitlc ->r the State. Count- and Road tax. Terms cash. .-, and will ui&nufacftye to order Spring Matiu.a .

I SALT linirl ft-d! for ciis-l ;217r'\T, ? JOSEPH F. PREVATT, .. or army tiling in his lia.s. Reedenc the eornei
and one the side. The murderer -A quantity on cheap ; on
upon right FALL mLLINERY.MKS LF... J -1 ijJ .i fl peonsktimmg Oct. 25 43 Sh'ffand ex-officio Tax-Collector. East of the Post office.
&HOC ERI 1s-13c'.n: Flour, Su ar. C..tffe. eVliTskev.
make work as either 1 in of Fu-nrh find Enirli Clots} Cassi-
evidently meant to sure putt Tallahassee
l.o'wo'ld! have killed the victim. On I \ every thing to fcuit the wants of the peo[>le.Nov. E DAVIS has opened nnd will be re meies and Vebtirii3 of all colors and of the best quality October 4, 1856.Notice.. 4o

pro 8, 1656. 45 J. R. LLOYD. :;. by express throughout the seai"i, the which he is prepared to manufacture: to order on Ranaway !
ceeding to the house a mile distant, a fctill latest and most fashionable styles of the 20th called SIMON .
the mot-t reasonable terms and in the most September, a negro man
more horrible sight presented itself. For Sale, PARIS MILLINERY, MANNER ON' or SIMON HEN11Y. black, about five A LL pprjons r.avicg .Jmiai.us against the estate of

Upon the floor was the bleeding corpse of SACKS SALT, cheap for ca h.J. FASHIONABLE fret ten inches high, has a down look when spoken to, -tA. Alfred W. Rayscr. late Jefferson county de..
Mrs. Barlearn the housekeeper of Dr. Strange, 300: R. LLOYD. Ribbons, Flowors' and Feathers; alo a rich sc-lcMi >uf Together with a general nssottment of pc.tr from nrie eye across his nose, ai.d nose mashed. ceased!, will take notice th.tt they must present tb n
8.1856. 45 (> Drc. 'I"riiiiinifir5, with a variety of Dress an.lCl"ak HEADY-MADE CLOTHING oar rcr.'ss hw right arm just above the ribt ji'int. I to the undersigned duly authenticated withIn the tim ,
her head having been literally cut in two by !'z ____ ----- ----------- ---- I Patte-rna. B< rin<;ts, Drcstm-s. Cloaks. I lendDrfsscH will pay S'25 for his delivery at borne or in safe prps-ri *d by law or this notice will be plead h bar
with stock of Clothirjr any
tlis same instrument which had caused the Wanted itc.: made to iTdor. BuistHta blrarLe l pr" sid that will coir-pire favfrablv any place where I can get him. PHILIP DELL. fif their recovery, and all! persona indebted to said .
ever exM* i'ed' for sale in this city, con isiins; ofFln
and alts-ted. Ordeis from the
death and short distance from hLapes country : rate are hereby notified to make immediate
of the doctor n Newnans-ille Oct. tf
165G 43NOTICr.
I 26. -
HIDES, for wlii'-h the liihei ]>riee will be fuitlitully nod promptly filled The ladies of Till.tha ; f laok aAd Colored! Cloth and Frock l.na. payment
her, upon the bed was found the lifeless re- )'J paid in cash or iierchaudize.j >>s-e nnd vicinity are solicited to call and examine }'.mcey Caesniiero am1 Beaver Fri>ck mu.d BusinessCon's. to Oc-loherie.me. '66. ALFRED 4 RAY80R..' Et>.

mans of the young daughter of Dr. Strange. j J. R. LLOYD. nt the buu-'e ktiovJn as llrs. Gira.'d'n, opposite the -SirNotice. .

The girl like the others bad been killed by an j Nov. 8,1856. 45 Episcopal; ) Church, Monn" street. Bac-k! an 1 eolore.1 C.oth, Beaver ar.d Flint Over- M.RS. BROWN. Ifusic-Tenfhcr, wc.old inform her '

The first blow bad been given on the Nov. 1 44 Sack Sin touts, ). that the has cLanged her place cf instruct .
axe. Executor's Sale of Land Kaplan's Black and Fancy Doekin and Cassimere ion f'om the Female Academy ti> the Mas n-.c CJIX months after datr. i tmii present mj final ae-
aide of the face and before the second, the Li counts and
Notice. hints, Lodge, where she iwy be found at the usual hours. vouchers to the Hon.Judge ofProbaUof
victim had raised the arm in self defence and ISII&LLon the first diyof-January, 1357. sell in Best Grenadine: Barathea. Satin and Cloth Vests, Oct. IS, '66. 42-4t Gadsdeu county, as executor Richard nmehao. 4
received the second blow upon the elbow and wits, a decree of his honor Judge Baker IN pursuance of an order < f the Hon. J. "Wayles Fancy Velvet, Cussinn-re, Silk and Cashmere do.. late of Charleston, So. Ca, deceased aad ask for a
of the The first blow must the Intel of Lund und imirov[ ( roeDts th.-reooHtuated Baker. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle White Silk do.. dismisbion from my Rdmirjstrnfion of said estate. 1
fleshey part arm. Circuit of Florida the undeit i immediately North >f nnd ndjoininjf Tallah.'i.si > Gt-ntJs' Shawl Dreiwinff Robes Fine Shirts, Silk, JAMESL1ETTNEB..
have caused almost instant death. $ee. whereon time late John S. Shepard rerMed AdminiiliHtiix of time estate Lovick Green deceni
So far not the slightt-st clue to the perpetrator p'S'i0u5 to his deatli. Tli said tract of Imid con- will st-ll lit pul>!ieHle to the highest bidder heiine Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. will deliver at rnv house between Cly tville. -

of this horrible deed, or the cause which taits about Jl* acres, more or le*. of whteh about 30 the Court H"Ufce door in Tssllnlmsst-e on Monday the Lowndes co, Ga. and Bellville Fla., n black horse.He .- India Rubber Packing.
acre are cleared armt F under fence the balance being It-t day of Di-cenibt-r next the following real cbtate, ALSO is heavy bodied, close built, about
A of age seven
led it had been neigbor Rubber Packing, of alf .
to wood! land. The sale wil: be mad at public auction to-wit: H laud warrant No. 13.765 and the claim of A general as-wrtment of Fancy and Black Silk and years. Or ten doll.iri) tft any one who will give me iNDIA inch thiekuecws. from -
Dr. Strange, who lives near by, was up all to the Irgbest bidder, in fiont of the Court Houfe in the heirs of said estate to three hundred and twenty Satin Stocks, Ties and Ci a vats. Collars colored and such information as will enable me to secure him. I i constantly on hand at D. LADIX

Saturday night finishing a pair of boots Tallahassee, upon a credit (if one, two and three) Hcri-B of land more or less, in Section ((16)I ) sixteen, white) Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread think he was stol-n between Belville and Jasper Newport.Oot.18,1856.- 4.* j4--m&

which he had promised, but says he heard years, the purchase money to be secured by bftnd Township one Range three.South ant West, including do.. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Can.bric and Fla. Addieag the undersigned at Cl>atville. Lowndesco Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth
nothing to excite his attention. The general and good security, and the title reserved until the the late retideflce of the said Lovick Green. Tcru.s Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Faucy Cotton, Lisle Ga. AUGUSTUS MOSBLBY.

who same is fully paid. will be made known on the day of nrie. Thread and Marino } Hose, Ac, do. CALL AND October. 1856. 40-6t Rngt.A .
impression is, that the person or persons ROBT. H. GAMBLE Executor. JOHN DUOOAR, Adm'r. BTJY. FINE
and thre.
.committed the murder went to the house and November 8. 1656. 4.SwNotice. ELSY GREEN, Adm'x. October 18. 1856. 42 For Sale.r Carpeting. Also a few piecea Wool and Ply Cotton Wol '

called the doctor away on business. He had Nov. 1. 1856. lm-54 do., and fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale right

a large over coat on, and a lantern, which he Just Received I 'tJA't BealntiM Location where I now re ** D.LADD.
side Clinton Street the
on near
always carried when going out nights, was OFTICK Prs. AND Gto. R. R. Co.. ) t as-t Newport, Oct 18, 1856. 42 .
RIDA. There are over five acres of Land attached
found near where his body lay.It Tallahassee, Nov 3rd, 1S56. J J"VfOTICE From NEW YORK, pe.r late Arrivals : -the recTdence undivided
to by street otf the
; prcmi
Anneal ofthe Florida Medioal As- *
ii supposed that after murdering the is hereby given that an instalment of TUIE will Meeting convene in tb
doctor the assassin went back arid murdered _1 L\ twenty five per font lias been called in no the the Capitol. Tallahassee, on1 Monday 1st December at *. Pilot Bread. Ne ro houses, a splendid Well of cool wates and good -. .
of the Pentacoln, and Butter Lwmcn Cmckera,
lit the stock Cistern. Ther
the woman and child! to prevent detection.Mrs. .- nubscripiion capital 10 'cock.! A. M. The Annual Oration will W delivered are several beautiful Squares on the YATW8 &sskd Zereeys Ed Ga
Georgia Railroad Company payable at the office of Sugar West and North side of th. College suitable for residences 10,000 .
Gillian! of
Dr. E. S. Jefferson 'lain
Barlean, when found, had a tfan'dle in the on the 1st of December next. By order by county.Pliybicians Barrels, half ban da and kitts of No. 1 MneSere!. which I will sell -
company at
sale. This is
and Medical Students a rare
throughout the l.OuO yard Wool and Cotton and Wn4
one hand and matches in the othcr/and was of the Board of Diiectors. ALSO ,
opportunity, offered to those irbo desire Jllfl
State attend. persons
are requited to may 1.000 pairs prey mixed and white Blankets,
probably about to make a light when she was F. IL FLAGG, Sec'y.Nov. I 1IIOS. 1C LEONARD Baltimore floe Herrings k Barrels. to locate in Tallahassee and educat- their children in l.OOw pairs Russet Brogan. .. .
struck the deadly blow. Dr, Strange is a 8, (.6. 4NewStoreNew Recording Sccrttury. For sale by ft. II. BERRY. either of the male or female Colleges of this city, unsurpassed With Woo Hats. Osnatmrgs. and soeh like arU--

between and old and Nov. 1. 1856. lm-44 OctoburlS'i& 42 by none for the ability and acquirements of ole for PUritatioDuoe. i in
man forty fifty years _ _ the gentlemen iu charge of the above institutions. any quantity, IfD.LADD.
' bad been In this country about six years, and Notice A Plantation Sale. For particulars apply to JOHN K LLOYD. Newr.ort, O.it..18 1856. 4* .
has resided all this time at Bergholtz. HeMpetftiedrorn q-'HE umlcr.ijjned would respectfully lutorm the Sept. 27, 1856. 39-tf 4
his wife about two I citizens of this and adjoining comninuiitr*. that A LL persons having demands ngabet t\-e\ estate of I IIE ifncleraigned: eel! at private sale, a very -. ._-'--' _
years ago, be has just opened and has ready for sale a veil selected Hartwrll Watkiiis, late of Jefferson county, deceased desirable plantation, 7 miles east of Monticello,
< .sine* wtea sii.h& lived in BofTfllo. stock of F.vwy and Staple Dry Good Clothing -. will take notice that they must present them on the fint ford road, containing four hundred and Jor- Lumber.TJ7E India Rubber pe1tin. ,

z ** Mrt. fijtriean U woman about thirty year Boots, Shoes, llirf and Cfpa, Ac, all of which be to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time ty acres of excellent pine land one hnndred and seventy / have on band Five or Six hundred Thousand A LARO SUPPLY of Icdiafcsi IWIin&Cf I

tSld 'awJ'IrasteptlioQso for Dr. Strange since offers to sell oa the ronct reasonable terms. Also fin, prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar five acres un.ler cultivation; there is on the TT feet of good SEASOSED LcMBZt, of avery disenptwn .11. two, three and ply.-wnmatd roHj ; .

J $4bu: hoehand in Germaj Havann: Cigars, to ithi.totboie( who can appreciate of their recovery';' and nil parsons indebted to said place a good dwelling house, and necessary out biiiUl.mpB wbicb will be delivered in Tallahasse low.- to Leather, and 75 pr ottit cbtajwr; fa fet. .'r'
call estate are hereby notijitd to malt immediate a gin house and screw and excellent wall of Tb .s. w bln/f Lumber
8$0ift4 the same.. Pleai pve-me.a at thrbouiefornwriy payment / can address us at (/entrcrflle errd by those -who UT* trid tkera. QMtior toer .
? waiexpeeOog here daily. Tbodaughter ocupied: by E- M. Frtluigb, next d or to George Mogianii. to the undersigned, ,,, -water. For terms cf sale apply to the subscriber resi- Bails sawed at short notice. AU u a, from 4 t

*; .Dr.18trtngc'r avlJ. L. LEKFMAN, Ageut. WM. W. HEIR; AdmV.MonticV.K din. on th place. tiEORQE RAYBOR. JL R. CfOMBS 4 00. D bd by .. .. -

years Oct. ff 41 Vov. 1 1. 185& Oct. If, '**. sept. 2., I 'sefor e't. ; m .



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SOSTOK, JB. Money! Money Money !!! TO THE PUBLIC; Important to Housekeepers, BAILLIE &:WEFTAKEB, b ti ,Mq14A18!

General Commission merchants 'CEtflflRAT2VEItMflUGE-
: DO CERTIFY that in the 18604. t visitedDr.
'This Celebrated Racer W. Moeelev's Infirmary at Griffin. On, for the NEW PORT; FLA.

WHEN it is just a!easy for any one to be around purpose of obtaining, relief of a very painful and! distre -0- purchased the interest lIt Mr. THOMAS

a pocket full as DOt if they only think so. *ing CANCER of the nose and eye. My nose was Arthur's Patent Air-Tight HAVING (of the late firm of RJCHAKMOIT 4 AIUt

STALLIONrfe I have got a new article, frm which front five to all entirely gone before \isited the Doctor besides WHITAEE) we tender tour. friends and the publicour LIVERPILLS.Two

twenty dollars a dsy cat) be made, either by mate or n Very deep ulceration on my cheek and about my ANS. {o' prfterving Frrth Fruits: and Toinatoitjor services in the Storing. Buying. Selling. Recsiving ,

FINE female. 1 i highly respectable business, lne an article eye. I am happy and proud to say that Dr. Mosely C Winter Ue. This article so extensively and Forwarding of Cotton nnd Merchandize. of th. b.atThey

: at Stables two miles wauted in e\"er family in (United did relieve me. and had it not been for my having to used in the East and Northern States last a.'a-*on, t To our friends aud patrons we retuin our sincere Preparation.or tk,Af*.

WILTstand; my the road South-ea :Siatea. Eiiclooe me two dollars by mail at my risk. expose myself to very extreme cold, bad weather.) I will be introduced to the citinens: of Tallahassee and thank, for the patront.gc heretofore extended us, and i
on to Tallahassee the en- nnd I will forward mail Circular do believe that I would have had no return of the who has are
Seu by return a with surrounding country by the undersigned row I hope. by cur attention to their interests >n future to not recommended
t It1 full instructions in the .rt The business is very easy. disease. I visited the Doctor second time aud Le the exclusive right to manufacture in this vmcinity for merit continuance of the sum*.

BOSTON, JB., Try it, if yOU are out of employment, and you willnever relieved me again and so far as the various reports the coming season. It is only ueesary to call and : P. K. BAILLIE FLETCHER WHITAKER.New : as Universal

regret it; for it will b better for you to pay about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these article nnd the recommendation of Port, Fla., July let 1860.
; Was tired by the fam ns Racer Boston, by Titml- the above sum, and insure a good business, than to they are positively false. As regards! Dr. Moseley'sskill the who have used them to be convinced that I
: bJ Archy; bis dam Sarah Clifford by imported in the Treatment of Concert, I know of Physician persons article Cure-alls.but simply for
pay t'llreDty-five cents a spurious advertisement no thev are tbe best, most simple and economical : Cgf Having disposed of my interest in the late
Zinganee; Gn\nd.dam by imported Margrave. He is This is no humbug. Try ill Tiy it! Try ill Ad in the world that I would sooner rely on than for'the purpose ever offered to the public. They can "!" firm of Richardson & W taker, to Mefi'r.. .BBllhe & what their
I a Miibogony Bay, about fin .o hands high, well dress letters DWIGHT him. As a SU RO EONand PH rSYCIAN,he is withont the name
your t MONROE. equalto be used by the most unskilful person, : Whitaker, would tender my thanks to my friends aud I purports. -
formed. and finely muscled and was raised by James New York. any in the Sonthern States ; and I am happy to slightest ritk of failure.CiJ" for their former kindness, and confidently recommend

; Long, the owner of Boston. In short H such a Horse Sept 27, 1856. 39-3m say that I fouud him to be a perfect gentleman and Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing patrons to their favour and support my successorsin I .
q as is seldom offered to breeders of fine stock in this Philanthropist, and advise all afflicted with directions for fruits
persons full and reliable pulling up business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON.July The
section of conn'ry. Turpentine Farm for Sale. Cancer, to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and and tomatoes in these Cans: placing the whole process 26, 1866. 30THOMAS VERMIFUGE, for
: BOSTON, Ja, run the fastest Two Mile Race I
health restored.
have their COOPER.
Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.
ever run over Col. Thompson's track in Maryland.He .- FOR a small farm and improvements, and o Rome. Aueru 80th. 1855.J3T" I A hrge supply of these Cans will" e constantly kept expelling Worms from
stood two la and all .his Colts ,-it
seasons Virginia, the
Mr. Ransom signed above in WHITE
Cooper thtm.t'Ive8EohouIJ
will sold a bargain, inquire of : mypresence. I in btore. J Persons wishing to supply
were large and active. b JOHN lt H. A. P. FULLEY. THOMAS PERRY, Post Master. apply immediately, as the fiuit season ri s near Ilt hand. i i the human has
:: TERMS:- f 10 for the Season, $15 insured, the Wakulla, Fla RHODE, 1 40 Rome, August 80th. 1855. All Cans sold are maJe by the undersigned and warranted 1 ANUFACTURER of Copper and Sheet Iron I, system,
;: Money, in either ease, to be demanded should the Olubr safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. JLVJL Ware, and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been administeredwith

: Mare be traded, sold, or otherwise disposed oil 50 Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizens
Lake Jackson Fla. Plantation Awful Case of Cniicor Cured. May 81], 1856. 22
rents. in each ease to the Groom. I Titllahasoee and the surrounding country, that be is the
:: For further information apply' to the suhcriber.ILH.BROWN.. For Sale. THIS is to 'l'rtirthnt Cut S. II. harris. of Crnwfotd now prepared to wait on all that wish i to patronizehim most satisfactory
county cameto mn in the year 1851. \\ith n Cancer Piano Fortes.
in his line of business. He also tenders his thanksto
not previously disposed of. will be sold on the on his chin, of fourteen jeai 9 standing the chin- I t results to various animals
Fla 35.InNo.ts
Quincy. August 30.1850. I IF bone and sslival gland had all become much : jSSSSlJBT/'trE' are prepared to furnish Piano his friends, and the public generally for the very
in DECEMBER next, at the CourtHouse very / '
I Tuesday liberal with which be has heretofore been
; : ', door in the city of Tallahassee, Twenty-two diseased. and his constitution lu-nly ruined. Mr. Harris m-rn I Fortes, of the very best quality, patronage I subject to Worms.
i liberal tenr voted, and he hopes that a continuation of the same
the most
iI had been under the treatnu-nt of
I I Hundred snd Four Acres of best quality OAK and many: eminent upon will! be granted him. I
HICKORY LAND, belonging to the tstafe of Dr.Whitebeui physicians, and among them w.is the great Dr. Slippard. Thoy are st-cntid to none iu any country either as The LIVER
He will! hand full of all
constantly keep on a supply for
i This i is one of the bet Cotton Planta of Charleston: and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall i to quality or price. I ,
sort of Ware in establishment cf his
usually kept an
be warranted.
i Every'lnctnSmeutwill
Florida alxnit of Mac"IJ.110 heated his case twice withoutlemoving
cleared and I' 'the
; MILES NASH & CO. line of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron, cure of LIVER COMPLAINT
under fence the remainder in woods. the discs1. IK' tin.illy went to Dr. Marshall .I I -
The improvements consist of comfortable Dwe'.lirig : a* he hlfll"IIIl'.IIIIl'. I the I thud, time, and he I<'fused I February 23, 85fi.,. 8A Sheet Lad ; Lead Pipes; SheetZmc, Cistera Pumps, I .

NOTICEOF j and all necessary out buildings: ; a good Overseer's to do Anything mn.'u: % for him. Soon after that timtj I, -- ---" and tion.a great many other articles too numerous to men I all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

]house. Gin House. SCI t\, Stables. Coin b"ucf, j ) Harris lu-.ird of th' IIIUlY'ollcl.'rful cures that I Qu.in.in.e.JUST TO BUILDERS.Tin I .
I and tWD' negro cabins, all framed: and iiigood I I had made, mid vi itcd me at 0,ilhlu. as a last resort. ; SICK HEADACHE
buil.IIfI 1 commenced treating his ca".e, and in MX works the received 600 Orxcns Slilpli Quinine, Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting

Withdrawal of Additional j I Persons repair.wishing to examine this Plantation are re- Cancer as all removed. and I tho soie nearly healed. t! I1 1' n'ulul, together with a great vnrietvof Pipes &', all of which be promises to do in the most &C.Purchasers.

LANDS IN FLORIDA.) fenW to Mr. Ridiard Saunders on the For This case was t-ecn and witnessed by II ore than five pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. i work-man-like manner nnd style, and of the best material

!! terms. te., address the subscriber at Berzelia placv., Columbia hundred 1 persons. 1 have: the VMrrr now hi rny possession April 1 5,_IIi .___ 14 f on shortest note? and most reasonable terms I will please I

_ county Ga. and IIIIpt't "" can see it b\ calling at my office Olive"Oil. i Having been engaged for the last eight years in
: f JOHNB WHITEHEAD.Austist in in Griilm.! This l'lse'I1S witnessed by I business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend be ask
in of the net entitled An particular to for
FURTHER pursuance 1656. tds-3l I THOMAS JONKS. of Griffin. A SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just received hinofelf any further to the public as regardshis i
:. public] land: *. in alternate sections. 2. Executor, tcNEW" .
Dr. J. I). MARTIN, .11. by AMES to the States of Florida, ntvl Alabama t., aid iu the I I Dr. C. McLane's Cele-
BOOKS.! E. WILSON.. A pnl 5._2S56._14_ I assures all that favor him with a call, good work and
construction% of certain railroad'* iu said States. approved -
F. CRENSHAW, It cheap prices.Having .
17th May 1856. in.trueli..iS vrtre communicated JUST RECEIVED per R. I!. Gamble. an assort I It I do certify that myself, and iiiiiny others, of this I Flower Jars. I. removed from the old stand formerly inownas I bratec, VERMIFUGE and
ofiice land JfEvrNANs-
this the
by to i-fnWrs: at ('1 new publications, comprising Novels, place, were eve witnesses to the above stated case, LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sires I White& Slusser, be will be found at his stand corner -
I and TAMPA Florida, th 6th for the I
TILLS <-n uist Tales.1 tc. LIVER
; withdrawal, 'suspension from sate! or 1lCati.'n v.ntl: Miss lnu.t18.United State, and that Mr. Hani's left pi-ifftly well.A. i Just received and for sale byAMES I of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait PILLS, prepared byQMinu1 -
Murray' H. U I on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.
further orders of the fu1.winz! lecribe l lands I, <
S. < aS The CompleteVorks oi Welter and Calhoun,
Griffin, May. 14, 1852. 18 ". 14 Dec. J.1855. 48NEW .
falling within the prulvible limits of selection of the A Child's History of the United State, Aprils, 8f (

Tampa Bay Main Stem railroad, in said State, to .Simm's Ewtaw, M .
: wit: The Bush Boys, To the Afflicted ,<>f all Conditions.I Hides Wanted. GOO US.TOWL ) d

OFFICE AT \E"\"S AXSYILLE. James' ', Old Dominion." do certify( that I was most horribly afflicted with KnAA BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the & MYERS SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh

The Foragers l a Cancer ou my upper lip, which caused me pain in \J\J\J highest price will: be paid. Also Deer ,
All the lands situated tenth of the body ('f land-j : now receiving by recent
Bulwer and Dicken in describable. After trying the skill of nil the most and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON ARE Pa.
paper complete take
heretofore withdrawn for the Cedar Key Branch railroad i from New York.slash-
; Learning to talk" and .' Learning to think," eminent Physicinns that I could hear of, and that Tallahassee, SepUmber 29, 1855. 39 j no
; west of the ]line which divides ranjjc twenty- i _ionable and well selected stock of
four and twenty-five aad noith of the line; dividing Rger'Tallle Talk, without relief I gave up my case as hopeless and, as other there various
; A. W. DAVIS D. D. S. Watches and Jewelry I as are
nineteen and Ernest Linwood. I thought, with death staring n.e in the f ceo But fortunately ,
townships twenty. I
Give us a call McDOUGALL i HOBBY. for me, I heard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's great RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHASSE FLA. 'I' Consisting of gentlemen's go'd hunting levers ladies other

OFFICE AT TAMPA. i August 2. 1856. 31 success! in the treatment of this disease, nnd ai a last in Artistio gold levers, silver lever, 'hunting, anchor lepine and !I preparations now

All the lands Ktuatcd iresof the line diviin: resol t, I plated mysvlf unl: T his treatment, and in lIne Important Improvement I quartier Watches ; Cameo, Mo (kf, Coral and all gold

ranges twenty-four and tweMy fi\e. and itrth of the 500 Boxes Mullins Tobacco. month from the time he commened, I was perfectly Dentistry, bosom pins and earrings necklaces gold and jet crosses I before the public, pur

line which divides townships thirty aud thirty-*.ne.Oivcn I sound, and have been 60 ever 5111cC. BY which! the fate i restored to i its original contour, I and lockets for hair and dngnerreo-
; under ray haiui.at the General Laud Office rX) be ic-ceivcd dui lug the months: : of ptmber i ELIZABETH JINKS. and with it the los.1 of th<> teeth supplied oo as types; olJand hair bracelets l ; a large assortment porting to be Vermifuge''

T.t tic City of Washii.gton, this ninth day (..fSeptember. : JL ant 0tolioi next, 4 ('r 500: li.ixes of Mullin, a-- Butts County, Ga. May Zi, ]8.16.HOl'rlble to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may ; fine plain, diamond ruby, pearl and g met, ony andI
1S56. I ortid Tobacco. At a puce 1 Ks t)II.-.I CI be purchased I. be see.i ; also tcniporruy' sets inserted on I cornelian finger rine.: ; gentlemen's diamond *ins ; I and Liver Pills. All
: in Now Yolk or other Northern k.t. ilnnv '
JOHN HOOD, Adwg Cwnwitstoner.SepL I any. ia I Case of ( :IIH C'* Cured, Culm 1-III'chn. sleeve buttons plain earneo, onyx and cornelian ; a
]have tried it eeaon befoi and expiossrd themselves of stud-, fine fob and others
1 37, 185- :9 : BY DR. W. Ii. MOSELEY, M. D. In a few hours, so that having teth removed great variety gold, vest, guard in comparisonwith
stti; ed of the fact. l 1.t -thr-rs) d> te); same. To the ; persons 1! chain seals. keys gold! and giver and ,
pen pencil cai
1 I do certify that: I wa f bodilyafflic- can have a complete substitute; immediately.
trade piirticul.irlv Infer Time given on LT>K many years
ar.d silver and :
Circular Saw Mill Agency. I D. "LADD. ted with Cancer on my Lip :nnd L'li lI. I tried all the Children's teeth extracted and advice gi*.en to parentsin I i I ties vet, thimbles.gold, steel spectacles, gold and silj Dr. MCLANE'S, arc

undersigned has the acency flr the ale <-f 1 Newport July 5, 1 S56. 27 : remedies I c.ml.III-ar of, but found. JII) relief. 1 finally I toward to the IlIall:1 ('nH'nt ind treatment: of the j

THE '. Herrick's Impioved Cir<:1:1r Saw til1;." I -- heard of Dr. "". R :II".le\8 great .->'ces-s iu tin- I fer-ili gratis. .\lIof'crntlon''nrrnnteJ (to suit the most I rine Cutlery and Guns. worthless.

-nei6ting of three PIZCS iVr 42. 48 ;;:l J2 or 54 ;inth I tn-atmei.t, of Cancer a'lrr.tion.and, vi-ited l.nn :at : fistiilifiud. \Vill rmmCti.! in the principal ti>7.nsllin I Dinner; and breakfast knives without Tris, knives

Saws. These Circulais nre decidedly 11 1c \tt : w.t !kI.e Iu; I li! <: Cancer : .iitLott] tht- Smto. H..r..r'n""S : the Faculty:! cf ;1 and forks in sttts, carveis and! steel single, fine pock. The GENUINE McLanc'g

'having several iiiiproia: over the ': :r" (any E; i'irsg'i.' I qvesno- ail it-.iiove.l. I would a.I vise a!!I t thitt are iiiet! 'I! I the (Olii) C..lkge of Uenlul Surgery, nn-j tLo:e who c*. cutlery. shears scissors awl razors; tire double
rl"il { witli the, di"--ac, t.'i-il him ::ii'l hive tluir hcrd'h' lie H il,it'y! opcnting: iVr.Apil'JO ) 1 )hat rtIIII'hruillatd steel and tub twist and Liver-
other Patent in u&e. Tlie. -OI t i is ftbn-.it >3;{5O. : .._.i II':'!- !:'Jt 1 III| has: ru> I guns, cum- Vermifuge -
'.".$450 for \"arion" iz-,. :Icl'aJinq' cxtracarriae, :tha-.dtl.... LJiviy. Stablo i ret'i((. 1 lie !j. ,"\" nh all kind I of iloiibt} the rr,(.,t I 1S5C. 17Administrator's won gui.3.[ SLot p ';uch. s ..f various patterns, fine and .
uf.l. _ _
.tc; For further parliculais apply to : William I H !'w"tm. ;InTal.lis-e! ; : toj I liP skilful Cancer doetm iu tl'' South.-m Siati-s. --- -- : CIIMUOI: powdi:; flasks: ck-iriinjf! rod, Ely's caps tied I I II j Pills can now be had at

DANIEL LADD. ;"nod will ( ,(estabMinK-it.: ,Mid tl.:..t } i3 Ipn'part.1 .''\ Cherokee! C., (Ja.: EMANUUL DOMINGAS.llt ) Notice. :I wails, wad cutter, an)J materials fr gunsmiths. I

Yi":7port, F1a.Novenber 3.1855. 44 : to,carry "" th! bti ;Inss 1:1 all: its I.I r.inrlie-: f i nF'(rs->)r. J. 1) Martin, (Gritl'm I Ga. ; 1 Di.J.) TICE i is Lcri-ly gi yen,that U.e ind rsi;ued I will, I Silver and I'lnlrd Ware.Silver ail respectable Drug

an.ll.rnli.I 1 ( the j ji-b'io:; \il! :.ol rc''J'T:1'lJlti"'as Y. )L P'u-ket, Harris county, Texas ; G I t'H Bi-j!J"p." .; :it tin- <-''{>ir.ti; !! ill of 1 cix ii'viths file l \hi'i> vmnl.M} table, d>:sfrt end tea spr.'ns. silver forks soup j jan I

Charleston So. Ca. 1 his liue on reasonable} tea : *. i Giiflin, Ga.SdlThn.; and I :i j:1.\! f<..ri !ti'ial: 'li-flristCr-! front, I In I.j::II'stT 'l crram ladle]: !bitter and pickle knivt plated Stores.

; RICHARD SAUNDEIIS. I ti''U .r! tl.f t.statef< Xtilri: ml'.lt. "l.'"r' iseiI. :: fl'iivsrir.'i ;"...11" wiiit'TJ.,; cantor cake and fruit hasj j:

I "WM. M. LAWTON & CO., N. -JulCf T. Heirinjj: u my duly,. :ir.tiriz"d!, 1t'(>:isl. C':"! h;> Cum I 1'TltICKlITlI, AJint'r. : krts. ci..ctfol piute-i t. a -ets. :and communion service, ;, FLEMING BRO'S,
af: t. iil iris fr.tiiv C'introlf the l/-j,i'ic i H:t. I 13 .
> =- icjircseiuing ; i LET THE I I: j 1."BUe READ .hy3. liiitti-r. si.-.r.; iiti'l r it-am tlri i 15. ch.vnrwr sal pailurMtidit

SEA 1<. .:'D! COTTON FACTORS. i lae is fJly as if I wars|>
.------q-- : ]laCII\HD S.NiEts.;' ; I., i.t.! 1".11'1 of !!IJ):{. MO LLhV a- a Siiigei.nlli ; I Town Property for Sale. tll"',tor lt.d. alld Lrltt.lI.r.i.. war Sole Proprietor
: i .
Scj'.t ti. 1S5C. :, ,: I I'hvs.i'rtM.; : I liirin! i!II :\ (:ttv: t'. ,I'I.b1.l, thfc c.tmeftl
\:. II. LA"-7( R. \Y.\I-W 1GIIT BACOT, ; tf .f.o'ij". -. h..p'at' ; I I:1:1'!, : tint: thattil! n"I""I. I i ibii.iilarK l-'IlE l1a.lt'r i.,....j 'JT"r: It t-.rit"fl. 1i l'. 'he fJIh". .TlhclIalJf'fJ1l"rfidps.. I II SCOVIL: AHEAD,
JOSEPH T. DILL'I. rm LAWTOS. Ja. : Dissolution of f | i I i.-eril i'I I pr'T"1 t.1':1 "P. :'.t'I i'. .f r.I\'i i r.'11'. I L'di"? ifti.-uV* s '. bII.l work boxes pearl Berlin! No. 111, Charters St. New Orleans
,. Co-Partl hip. : !li! :tc- 111J."- 'viic'it : il I bv it. In the !
EepUl 3,15C. ;-:: l f1i. i 11'1' l.i.lI.. i.IY n-iiV hi.] tfiai viz : L..tsNns. 3. :;. 27. ? p<-rt rmiiiaiV pt-arl card cases co- General Wholesale agent fur the Southern State, t.
T"Iin: pi-tiKiship i ; .l.T'-t i r.r- "'xi,i h; 1itv.--i: J"l n t |1'1 LI t : h. rin.illlur.ip; 141, 2-J'1.':. ::!'. 2:15.: 2P.y.2l' :tl. 212 I 2H.; 21-t 245. rtl! .'-td*. coral inckbrc! ? /1nol J hrrr.lets.! jet bract-lets ; whom all orders must be a Jre88ed.
t-p JL F. I5ru.'me aud :Jl'ib.-i' I IIr: in th. 'v. i i.in;: storage to make; tli.-ir aj'|"- hi ROC m hn--i-t ; they coritinued :: ': i-ku'-! ,.*, atvj i h '<''n ndptinring*. Lair iiiui tooth !
Iiotice I toincre.i 1:1izj, ui.til! the wl.ll' l La ta-t l-ucaine 248. 24 t fi. 2G'X'' 2i?. 253.: 254.! 20-5.: 257. 2f.i. 2'JS. all I'I'I" Sold bv Aruea & Lively, E. Barnard, Jr. HUM
e :
uiH : 1; -otto-i ,; !j.thi- -lav: <:! -.ovvdbv : i in of th } '.-h'-4 h .t \Inr". -I1.: !! buffalo india i rubber arid
: 1"F. in the original plan *> city Tallahae-t-e.) >r :re i ij Nash & Co. Tallahassee, Fla.; J. S. M. Davuoo,
hereby given that apjilK-atioa: 't\ill be made to tlieGeneral mutual .Ii-t"t. : HMIK."August :: nieas'l inns-, :H1l'uy painful.: I pi o'-'Ir..1 I the J Jb. ,
IS """ t .ill"l.II cIIl.rnzor nnd'
( it : v.i\
.. Asscuibly vftlie Suite of Florida, at its ': 14 1S50.; : :IOO:1E. .-,t medical :t I m the ('II.f t iionu' all i notwith-: ;| -ALSO- : .h strops Quiney ; Gardner & Mill Newport W. T. Carpenter
> i r i.-s.: < i.-r e.t- ", lV.itl.cr) d'liitrs pallor and "Co Madison
next Session, for a charter fur a Rail Iload, from the I t-tamJi'i! .. 1'ie'! iani), 7, ir, S Couu'y qr. : in"ty i ii & Waukeenab ; Mosely & Pope. ;
i ,.4! k L.i : aol china
i iI
and has
J ; : : ii ji.i-j vases Palmer 4 Bro. Montictllo S. Pu! sten, Monticsllo
Town i f Quinry or i it* \i'i i lmty, to the Georgia line irn skilful j'h\ si'-uii.s' fh" continue'! to tjtowvor,e s :i'i I i! ;
New j -ALS'- ket. t. ::.1 ''tIt.;.. t a'- ana j-itclieis, perfume bottles, Baltrell & W
1 W. Rogers A Co.. Chattahoochee ci"
Ole direction Co-Partnership. until ll incui able: I Iiidvied I
of Bii,1.ri.1z.: : Georgia, to be called i wor"e, thi-y gr.ve < c.r: sip r. :and '
tbe CJuincy anil Baiubridgo Riil Ila-nJ. i( amnitaii"it.| I was :i;n,Ln and sad. lamps, lamp r-n, Mananna ; Nicholson t Zeigler, Bain bridge,a.
I AND JOHN P.COLESiare4lii4! : \ in the, South h hiiles. vhii.iiif :mj wicks, \ v1in: a.d rH>w*. guitars, E. TbomGa.
Aug. 16, 1SC6. 3-3n ;i ROIJERrilEIIi friends to visit I JR.) W. H. MOSELCV. (.f Oiifiin. Ga". I G2. J Counts' q'l-uti'i.: 1.) H. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; SeLus. .
pirtn-r.-hip: in the busings of I tamnLouines. accordcoos. clari-'iiets flutes and
iti1 it j The 1 :alx} >vi- det t:b..d prpertv 1 forrnprlv belongedI Ixuijtis. : .
which: I Ii.. 'Uiiiihing If hud ,
a as
weighing stora p, belling cotton, and al*') tu make may .sei-m. I, ( : titV*. guitar and violin strings. fine c It> and other
Administrator's \ nlo : liff entirety" ci'Tfd '" /..' Notice. liberal advance. lire nffli'te.lwitli w Iii-hi will }10>!. !liWal.' a|'|''y to A. Perry Anmker, Esq pt-rfunu-rv. and a ir.neral asortinent of Toys. .i -
,-' H hiR .t COLES. .\1I'nt.v at Luw, Tal.il"ie.! ; WaU-he and jewelry repaired promptly and in the Blacksmlthlng.1'nE .
f IX months after date, I will exhibit my account* 1 :cinhlJ and Can'-t-rotm :nl:eti'-n t *. i>i \ i jit the : : :
Anga ]11, ]1SE6. 33 j: CHAULES P. )IA XIX(. best! manner. hare formed
Ond Undersigned
vouchers to the Judge of Probate of GadsJ J Doctor without dt-l.iy, ak i I am falistie'l l l.y experiiV.oo
den county.I. administrator, h right of my wife, of ----"- ----- -- I and oljservatii-n, that 'IIC i is the n-nst skillful [ ly:
the estate of John Ingram late of said county deceased j Valuable Plantation for j in the Southern Suites, w the tn-alut-i.t of that h.). | A. PERKY AMAKER. I pose of carrying on the Black

and apply for a finil ettlemeiit and dis- Sale. rible disease-Canrf-r. I Ftbruaiv 16, 18;G. -tf i Insolvent Estate Noti e. ; smithing Business in all its various branches. Pani
from tie administration, ; I ular attention i is to Carriage and Spring Work;
:. charge of siid estate. WILLIAM H. MITCHELL, -------------- ----- given
LEWIS I D. JONES, AdniV. j T'HE Plantation known. a? C.t"l Land. be'onuring; "N. ii MIl'C11l.LL.. Cod Liver Oil.FP.ESII 'I State of Florida, ) I and to Living Axles of all kind of Vehicle Tb

,. In riLt of his wife. to the estate of the late J bn W. Gotten situated i DatlgtT (If.J. II'. fiiudbniy, Rome, Ga. A PURE (.rlile celehrat.-d: Cran.h" He i: County of Leon. )f I shop ia convenient to the Livery S.table of P.B. Bra-

S -pt 13. 18itt 37- m I ten miles North E.it Tallahassee, i, f..r Rale. The : Rome, Ga, October 25. 1 1&54.i Clark ., & Rushton's. : A LL persons ha\'in" claims against the Estate of kaw. aud special attention given to borse-sboeiaf/

tract contains 1790 acres of first rate land, 1000' of : For sale bv AMES A LIVELY -tJL William Jiukins, hits of Leon county, deceased, Farming implement of every description don to or

Tax Collector's Sale. which is cltctl On the premWs are nesroe cabins i A OAB.D.ALL Aprils. l5t. 11 are hereby notified to present the same to the Judgeof I dcr. P. B. BROKAW.

I gin screw, and other usual plantationinrrovemer1 Probate ot Lu 'n C.-unty.. his office in TaJIabas- 1L B. FITTS.
; ------ -- -- -- -----
BY virtue of the for authority sale tie in me vested I'W' Iwill all in good repair. There is an abundance i[ persons that .n<' d -.i..ulof.. availing them- Most i t Approved (Corn :51111 in [see see, on or before the first Monday in Decembe- next, j Jan. 12. 1856. My___
expose at town of Ridleysville, of good water on the place. For terms of sale selves of OIL )IOSELEY'8I..il' will find him at for payment pro'rata. I
in the of Liberty within bouro I INFIRMARY UROA1J YGRIFFI GFOk.- ( Or the mC'!|t. approved LANIER CORN Notice.SIX .
county legal on the t or other information npjilv to thp Fiibseriber} in Talla hl..I 1 \ (\ D. W. OWYNN,
first Monday oJ February. 1857, all the lan tis in end i I hassee. F. R COTTEN, ExtV. GIA. I 1 UU MILLS r..r ale 1 by the Subscriber. The.'e Judge of Probate. months after date,the undersigned administnv

county. known as Forbes Purchase" assessed as the I Aug. SO, 1856. 35 II' Pr.'::<-nti boarded at ? I per day. or ?I U) per mmilli. I Mills have been tor some tune ill use through this rr May 24, 18f 6. 21Notice of the Estate of R. E..Gibson. deceased Trill
property of the Trustees of the Apalacbieola Land i FEES. in all ('aH''. t<> be agreed upon before un-I.-r {I cjinii an.l litwr pal t of Ge
Company or BU much thereof may be sufficient to I taken. No oa"e will be received into this establishmeet i ( ;''
: pay the State and County Taxes a.s
the Year HiG, togrtbrr with the costs and expenses I I GROWTH OF 1855. cured or admit ol relief. All oases rejected will to it. Thimaker fnrni li3 H liaud tu r'lt it up ; I months after date I will pret-ent accounts torship of eaiu estate.
of sale. WM G. ROBISON, tfnga, Flat Turnip, Cabbage Beets, Ac in variably, be charged 5. for examination and advice. and H'rylne warranted to give ptiJect s-iitisfiicti.in. SIX n.1) vouchers as Administrator on the estate of FLORIDA A.F. GIBSON. Admf

Tax Collector, Liberty Co. I RUTA received, I All letter-', tu I'lititlu them to notice, must ..nclt'sen''stnmp' I Call nod examine them at D. LADD'S.Aptil HiiL'h 0. lIc 1.e311. t," the Hon. E. C. Love Judge of I April 26, 1856. 16-6m
Octlfi, 56.; 42Notice. for the of and be directed l 21.1855. )6 ,
: I pavment postage, -
I AMES LIVELY. Probate for Gall* "I1, County, for a final l settlement,
to D.
I January 5. 1S56 1. I I and applv for a discharge therefrom.
I Griffin, Georgia. Notice. ALEXANDER GREGORY, Admt'r.July -0--

A LL p"?rsnn" having claims against the estate of 1 Fresh Arrival February 23. 1856. ly-8 persons having demands against the p.1't"te of I 23. 1S56. 28-6rn DR.. T. J. CUR LEE.
.. I
-* William R. Ryan, deceased, late oiLcan ,
I., county Wi.olf. late Jefferson county, 'Iec--a t' J.
are not.ifie to present them, properly authenticated, I FROM NEW YORK PER REMINGTON:" MILES NASH &, CO. will take notice that they must t present them t> the Wines, Syrups, &c. Practicing Dentist ,

to undersigned administratrix, within the time re- 4 I X BAGS Rio and Java Coffee, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.JUSl'rp.cfiVt"I undersigned duly ai.thenlic.ited; within the time prescribe Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, THOMASVILLE, GA, and MONTICZLLO
qnrf; by law, or thin notice will be pleaded in bar of I U 25 Boxes Soap. by law. or this notice will bplead) ill)11' of OLD. Port, Old Port Juice IN and MADISON FLA, and their respective tad
from New York bark R. H. Gam- ,
and all those indebted 5 Starch
recoveiy, are r requested per their recovery ; and all persons indebted to t-aH estate Madeira. Brandy Cheru"e, adjacent counties. He inserts any number of ArUflpial -
make rf assortment of articles in our line, I
immediately.SUSANNAH. 4 Assorted
t payment I Candy, are hereby notified to make immediate pnvmciit to Sherry Sardines, Teeth from ONE to a FULL sett oa the blat
? 2 Bbls. Cider such as Oils of'almost kind, Burning Fluid,
RYAN, Adrnfx. Vinegar every the undersigned. WM. H. ANDREWS. Gelatine Preserved them that beautiful lifelike
Sparkling Quinces, improved principle, giving
and other
October 18'56. 42-Sw 2" White Wine Vinegar, White Lead, Zinc paints, Window Glass of .
Sh'ff.and Admr't ex officio. which
Flavoring EztrnsU, Pears, appearance approaches Nature to oeuty
best Brushes Potash Soda
Putty. Sparkling
Crushed quality
I Sugar, Mouticello, Sept. 27. 1856. 39-8w Yeast Powders, Tamarind, as to challenge detection by the detect observsr.
Gelatin London Mustard, French Brandy best,
2" Pulverized ( )
: ery
Spanish Olives, Spices, Persons needing Dentil operatiooa on th.NATURAL
Idian. 2 Stewarts for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup,
Notice. Corn Starch. Pickles. Teeth and wish him to them can by
'1 tHE War perform
Department per 6 Boxes Maccaroni, Inks, Quiuine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Bucbu.tc. .
: JL capita rewArd for ring r Indian, who be" of demands Worcestershire sauce, Salad Oil, applying BOOK. have them done at thecono..prieae
may 5 Vermacilli, &C. aud a general assortment Popular Patent persons having against the estate of
ptored or induced to come in for emigato prftoi- 10 Baskets Heidsick Champainga Medicine,. We keep none but the very best and ALL Chawn, la'e of Liberty county, Florida, English Mustard, Capers, which will be found to MUCH lower than has ertr
for hostile Indians delivered Claret, Cocoa, been offered in this section of country before. tow itt
om to
8 Casks Ale and Porter hope to merit your deceased, are hereby notified! to present duly
Officers at Fort Brooke, Fort ilvers, Fort Capron or I 1 O Pot-Ash, patronage.MILES NASH, tit CO. authenticated to the ndminiatiatrix within' the time AMES A LIVELY. For filling teeth with Gold Foil $1 00.f 1 00. ft CO

Fort Dallas &nt l1rJ.will be paid by the under. 2 BbK Peach Brandy, March 29, 1856. 18 prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar Jnnuaiy 6, 1856. and $2 50, varying according to .size o(cavity tot

dgned, at rt: 2 against them ; and all persons indebted to the said amount material used; Extracting teetb.iDont ,
Apple 8onuiets. DO".U'IJI. only 60 cents-out of oi ce $1.
Foreaehwarriorlivmg..25Oto5oo estate make immedi-ite
10 M. Best Corn and Cob Crusher. will please pllymfnt.ELIZABETH
t Spanish Segars. colored straw Bonnet His Flues fur a full or lower aett of.th erLATi.
woman .. ... 150 to 300, For sale by BERRY. CHASO Admt'x. LADIES upper
; .. boy over ten years I living.. 100 t 200. S'p.13, 58. 87 jR. I (-1_RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher. I ept27.. 1856. 89 colored straw trimmed Bonnet, (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if neettaary' ,) b
I The highest rates for all but tlie infirm and helpless [Sentcepy.I '.3 have taken the Agency for the sale of theso superior plain" only $6 per tooth and perfect tatafiotioQ guaraoUd

; and for these not ]Jess than I Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in Wood Ware &c. black U .4 in every instance..
JOHN C. CASEY, Captain U. S. j' Notice to the Stockholders of the the Co ntry. A t>ck of these Crushers, will bo on white satin and silk Those desiring hit services in any portion of .lbs

1. For Brooke. Fla. Oct 18. 56. 42-3m A Pen & Geo. R. R. Co. hand early thie coming Fall. Prices vnry low, considering JUST RECEIVED, PER REMINGTON" u black (extrnsiae) above named counties or any other section.f country

great saving in feed. $45 $:55 $65 each From New York : Children and Misses straw M can upon application by letter to either of the abov

ti. Master's Sale. for these sizes. Prices unifurn throughout the county. tt Hate. named Post Offices,or otherwise,receive prompt attention.

.. For further particulars call and examine for yourselves CEDAR Tubs. Shaker Broom, For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. .
Byirue of a decree of the Circut Court of the 80 soon as a stock for a sample arrives. 'Virc" October 13. 1855. 41 w *>-
Court for Leon rendered in HoopeJ"' Cot ton Lines airzaxwoxa :
county, a certain OFTICZ or THE PEN. & GEO. It R. Co. ) D.- LADD.
I' cause, whereiu Caraway Smith Trustee, and Tallahassee, 8th 1856. Newport, July 5, 1856. 27 Flour Pails, Cotton Rope, Circular & Upright Saws. Jcaox COLE,Uacon Georgia.
other Sept J _._ ,_. Boards HON.J., \ .
Wnsk L.
are cplainant and James T.Archer and other -- --- Blacking, & CO., and Welch & GritTeth Circular Saws Srvnn '
are defeodnt offer for sale on Monday NOTICE is hereby given tba nn instalment of 10 For sale by I H. BERRY. HOE. 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on h:1nclltnd for JCDGX Lovi:, vTbotnarvfik.Ot'
the first day of December nex at the Court House has been on the subscriptionto I Administrators Notice. Sep. 13, 1856. 37 [Sent. copy. sale by D. LADD J. S. WINY, E Q, .J
door in Tallahassee, flt tbe hour. the the Capital] Stock of the Pensacola aud Georgia W. S. DILWOBTH,Esq
following I' months after date I shall present accounts New Port, Nov.3,1 S55. 44
described lots situated in the city of Tallahassee, viz: Railroad Company payable at the Ofllcc of tbe Company SIX ( vouchers to the Hon. Jiidt of my Probate for Notice. C. G. Firs Esq., /

Lots No. 59, 60, 61 and 62, in the original plan of ': on the first day of October next Leon County, ns the administrator of; the estate of H. persons interested, nre hereby notified that Fluid Messrs. W.A J. BCM. J f Montta!! ,fit-
aid city. F. IL FLAGG. Scc'y. and Treas. ALL Burning Col. E. E. .&' .
S. liny ward. deceased; and asK for a final discharge l1nd.Hiwt.'d. aJiiiirustiatiix of the estate
TERMS one third cab, and the balance in one and Sept. 13, 1856. S7-tf I from said administration. of Win. L. Forehand, deceased! will nj-ply to thlion. i OF a *u't rrior Quality, Just rec"mid and fonoae! January 12, 18\8.. fSLaaoLOisi _
two year f titles to retained until the paYment of THOMAS HAYWARD Adm'r. I bv AMES A
b Wnyles Baker. Jndge of the Cin-uit C"iirt ..f LIVELY. '
tbe Jut io"t1 tt C. H. AUSTIN, MEDICAL NOTICE. I July 26, 1859. 30OmExecutor's the Middle Circuit of Florida, at his office in Tulltihn I M.iy31.156.': 22 db E..3."Ve1v
4 Matter in I _ _
see, on Monday, the first day of December uxt. f>rauthority
OcL186, 42-SOd Drs. Taylor&MaxwellII Notice. to sell the following real estate, situated in STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT QI Wholesale and Retail Dealers la 'fil

I he of Leon awl State of Florida, wit
County to : NEWPORT.r .
The Union Back of Florida,)) \.VING formed a co-partnership, offer their services months after date. I will |'-Mit to the Hon. East t half of the South A est of 8octi"ii pix Hi DRUGS AND MEDICHTZS. 'a
vs. (( Leon. Circuit Court- tu the public of TullahftAt.e, aDd its viueinity SIX llllte Court of Gadsden county, account q-iarter ; PIIE nnder irned{ "tm..arrit s on the above business
P. allY Not(hentil quui-tor of the Northwest quarter of Si'CtiiHi I j in all it. Perfumery, Dyestufft, Surgical Instmeuott.Whxioira .
Sawo AJlison and |( 1 Chancery and voucher, as executor of the estate of John W. Southwest brnuolics.' Buildings well calculated for
of the
j Tallahassee, Aug. 9, 1866. 32 Sent seven; quaiter qimrti'l -f despatching D. LADD Scicea. Snuff, GUK PabU,
othe copy Malone deceased, nnd at t the same time apply fur a Section six Southwest wagons.
4 IT appearing to the Cr by affidavit made in tbiac final dmchaige from the Anther udmiuit-tration of said ; quarter of the aiithire.tquarterof 1\uwport. Septeniber2,1S54. 85h Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobtfeo
Section six and the Northwt" .
the ; t"quarter of : and Glass Were (sotMtdieinee,
I that abn defendant. Small wood Notice. estate. THOMAS MUNROE.Qtiincv ) -- -
tame the Northeast quarter of Section seven ; all m Town- Fine Jme Tooth Pan Wines aod .BnacBes
P. Soaps, ,
.1 Florida and in Oetftlwr Tax Collector's
11. 1856. 41-flm
United ret: i Stt-, that tbe SIX wptk after tbe first publication of this notice, oJ.ipl. I, Ran!;e 1. North and West. Sale. and Halt Brushes for Medicinal*

J Smallwood P. I orere decreed and or wi apply to the Judge of I'robat of Leon The property tu'iuo ii.inor and a-lult heir of "irl\ T\T ILL he sold before the Court house door, in the Paint Brnsbes, Panoy.Aitkhie,

..tbbiUuf ,eompnirAnt.! appear] (h.plead. Cunt or l letters of administration on estate of Executor's Notice. ( t"te. SARAH FO U:1\ m, Adm'x TT Town of Moniici-lloon{ the first Mondav in Garden Seeds ,Find BAn. 54'Vi.
4WU.lour .. from the of i onwt Regan, lal. of Leon county deceased. Nov. I 1. 18CS. 1m 41 Jnnuarv next. the follow'* Land to wit: The SE 1. They have rve.aUy received a .Ly*..iii Ths

1i Of mont. aaid bill dAt publication will betaken E. C. GR.ISSETT. 1'HE undersigned Executor of the last will nnd .: of tlm SEt. Section 33. Township 1. Range: S. N and ntpply of every TUJ.ty / .pjtlde. "ulI.. .

for confcreed against him.( complaint And it U further October 11, 1MB. 41-- ment. of N. N. Branob, deceased, late of Administrator's Notice. E. Levied upon us the property of Elijah Walker druggist Planters aDd Pbytid M .jjl' 1'pY' .
Leon county hereby gives notice to all persons having anal sold to satisfy the State and, County Taxes.Alo .- at this esublifchcoent ftiU .

.ordered& that thly order in be Tallahnisw published] fur once tbe n week, in I DR. R. ]N. GARDNER demands against said t tat. to present them, proper SIX weeks after date I will apply' to the? n n. l nt the Rnme: place and time, tho EJ of 8 E 4 of ded, and on the most a HWa1t!rapplj IhV7l., ... .,

De" paper pled space of ly authenticated, within the time prescribed by )law p'f Probate of Leon county. for lettersf Section 9. Township 1. Range, 4 N and E. levied up Order from the Oocfatry'iiniiQTj jffllsit. I

'Ioa mot OFFER prfcl1ioJll. services to the citizens or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Lhsir recovery administration upon the estate of John W. Townsend, on ns the property {.f Lewis M Goldsborougb] ,to satis. tion gusrsateed,with :; pd1M'iar3z
,"A! open Cour tt 28 Oct,186 ofCerevie and .urroUfldJDg oouotry Of and all those indebted are requested to make parmrat dcccawd, lata of Leon county. fy State anJ County Taxea. "
..: WAYE BAKER Jup.T at ,, imm diately.; JOHN D. BRAVCH, Ext r.Otteber L. M. WHITE.yoV. t JAMES D. J10RRI3. Tax Ootifrtw. ..
.1 M "! (1 I., to, in*. II I 11; Ittf. 41- -" I, 1S5. frr-44 ,ptr7; 18B9. W

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