The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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August 16, 1856
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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"The Floridian & Journal triction was repealed and a constitutional settlement Mr. Cabell's Position.Mr. Missouri Compromise or any other anti slavery restriction Walter Owynn JOKNB. ., LLOYD ,
adopted in its \,\'%(\. Of that nruuinent Mr. Fillmore over any territory' lunging to the United ,
Editor I in the i issue of of the
'I. publuhed every SATURDAY, by deprives me. when. in his recent opee'ch at Rochester : sec ynur p per, States. The answer to tins requirement though not his "erv5 e 8 to persons, wishing to enter Uo't:1oDoer

EDITOR & PBOPAIETOH he stigmatise that repeal as a boon from the Northto 26th of July. a communication from Mr Cabell in ro- in the language the Georgia CtDvention.yct generally OFFERS the UTS. Land Office, far locating Laod AND

JAMES S.* JONES, the South" which Southern men only accepted be- ply to Col. Long's letter to him In.wbith he attcmp a 'Jlt tlf tory. \\t in substance as follows i We recognize Warrant or otherwise. He will also give prompt

At TanDoLlits per annum ;in advauce.T2RMS cause they would not M sacrifice tLuincehcs up>nn the to sustain himself in his support of Mr. Fillmore, although 1. the right of the people of all the territories to attention to such business U nay be intrusted to bun COMMISSION( MERCHANT,
altar "f Uwir country for tJieir c"lmtry'II.g''IlI throw. whether they will have slavery or not thereby
be does not with the American in eli I her of the other offices b the Capitol. Charges
OF ADVERTISING.urcf ing the. entire reaponoibih'y nf the ,act upon those agree party; declaring that Congress has no jurisdiction over it, will be reasonable,corresponding to terrices performed. TALLAHASSEE FLOP.IDA.
Kortbeni D"mc any Being Deputy in the State Land Office he of course July 19. 1858. ,!-lI
c. !Jlin( 07 !eiI. :rt n&nt : $1 00 ii d th.rj of that at hoc:. which that and is anti restriction be extended. And ,
:; pnvo fc-upport party support that candidate that 'Le I slavery can again will make no charge for business in that Department.May -
each 'th&equ..nt 5ornfeuinsi they might derive froi\ the unanimous vosea of the most conservative and willing to give us our rights we dir you to pledge yourwrlves to a prompt and 17,1856. CC-ly EDWARD M. WEST.
aai: Bufciues Cards intwted nt $10 per S uth in favor <>f that repeal. It seems to me that faithful necution of the fugitive slave law. The

8l1Cn. the election of Mr. Fillmore by the aid of Southern under the Constitution, and expressed a determinationto Convention replied that we will abide by and adhere and Counsellor at Law

Adveii semen's n.t marked vhli the tninilM-r (f votes would be t<> elevate Mr.:Bell. '>f Tennessee and unite with that party that adopted the requirements to *faithful tx'fulion of all the compromise measures To Rheumatics & Others. Attorney" ,

insertion will be eoulimied until f.ubiJ. and charged Mr. Houston. 'fTVxis. to the high position of p.itiiots of the Georgia anti Florida Conventions. I propose fettled by Congress, the act claiming fugitive TALl HASSEE, .FLORIDA.
aterrthnlV.C'r1ifete. willing to acri6ce themt\tlve8up..n the altar of their from labor inclttd'tj Not like the American Convention rX) all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint
.r of publication of Ifvl ,>r (sthtcflut35 c-'untry for tln-ir omntrv's. good," at I the expense of tu show that those eq-iircruenU were adoptedby I at Philadelphia promise to obey the laws \ we offer a positive nrmedy. in Jny't StimiuatingLinimrnt. AprilSi856. U

".iJl cot. be gufcn uutil the advertising fee is I our Hithfin Uepre-ientitives biiinde! I wilh btin e'f-: the Cincinnati Convention. vniil repealed, but we declare, that as it was "de It baa been effectual in the permanentcure :FLOYD & HOLLAND.

paid. st' kill; and tiine, serving politician*, whoaeoMistitucnciea Mr. Cabell a.seits, that neither of the National signed to carry out an express provision of the Constitution of Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands -
required and demanded that they should a< cept ;! Conventions adopted these requirements and therefore it cannot with fidelity thereto be repealedor hare no doubt been rescued from an untimely death;Law.7ILLpraeticeinthe .

- every "1,,"" "ff. red,. b\ a few Northern traitors even be is "left to choose between the relative merits so changed to destroy its efficiency." by"For-nale the use of this great remedy. Wholesale \ Cir ut! Conrt of Middle
tlifc! of f.iitli" 111I.1" the of the How Mr. Cabell arrived conclusion by Druggists generally and at \
& at expense tj-iod peaC'1 I' at other is
j1nribinn Olttnnl.% l.T I of Mr. Fillmore and Mr. Buchanan." Her!, I think, any and Retail. by AMES A LIVELY. VT and West Florida and in the Supreme Court
count r*, -111 1 ubovo n'l! vrou'd he an act of tre.ich- not for me to say; for, truly in h8; own language,
the Slato. AJo,b thf District Court of the UuUd
l"r_,' tooiir Northern fiiendi wliich would '5chly de- Mr. Editor! that Mr. Cabell suffered himself to be thc ways of politicians are past finding out." Tallahassee, May :81, 1C66. 22-ly of SUte in UM Northern District of Florid, 4

_. - - ..pthl. *i'h' which it would most I As Mr. Editor. I formerly ,
I It blinded
- ctui-eqnences by a prejudice he acquired by his long oppo. you aware was a R. J. FLOYD.. Office:Apatathieo1alIA.
IK JiHt'inU'-l, tins iiiitnedcile toration of the but like Mr. Cabell.! Imprewejl DR. N. G. MoDONALD,
A : L A i: A > r r. : iMirely I .sition to thft Democratic party and a strong desire to "Whig being painfully D. P. HOLLAND, Offic Qniwy Ke.Dec. .
;::. j..nri r.M i ietioH. Tint Mr. Fillnwn would veto with the progress of th-5 abolition sentimentof
-S. I eujipiiit Mr. Fillmore for to ne, Mr. Editor, it 13 as MONTICELLO FLA. 12, 1855. 6!
I, such in act his own '!.--MI..lions foibi 1 us f'r n m
Saturday Augf. 15,1856. t. fupp-se. Mr. l-'ivinoiit could but tiiju i the I plain as the mid-day's sun that the requirements of requires the vnited action of the entire South WILL attend with assiduous care, all cam en DR. MILES ,H. HASH ,

I bill.: On ihe: otlur hmd. should Conijre p.T-s a law the Georgia nod Florida Conventions wero as plainly with the conservatives of the North, and being convinced b) him. I
- nliiiittii.<; Kansas: into the Union wnh a f-oiistitutioi j' nnd of the soundness of the Northern Democracy Office adjoining that of Cut Dilworth. ovrt&i HIS paorrasiojut SKTICM TO TBS crnixxt or
it for theEnglish
unequivocally adopted as were possible
I'ol. Calls Lcllcr.We I o.'eratiiig! td.i ely, lu-itluT the Bl:u-k ItepublicHti putt by their poeition in Congress on the admission of March 22, 1858. 12-ly 'fALUB.LHIJC DllcafIJIIUfQ COYT1.
,, 1 fi nil nor )tr. Fremont's letter of aiTept.mcv; ;!ive us I language to express it, thereby leaving no Florida and Ttxas, the adoption of the compromiseof with Dr. M. NsbimmediatelT eutof tie

present Uclow tLe ii.trri-stjiig l letter ot : HUT more reason t., aprv1. nd a vt-t.. tbm dees the room fur a mi, ctJll1rtlctlOll. but met the rtal issues I '60), the repeal of the Missouri restriction and the WILLIAM P. SLUSSER"MANCFACTCRKR OFFICE : t

Col. Call, the Democratic Elector for tlw I Know, Nothing platform and ilr. Fillmore'a vaiious presented by the South nnd pledged its influence to election of Speaker together with their votes in the May 19 1855. SO(

speeches.I I present session of Congress I have unitEd with them Ta11ah.assee F1a. .
settle the slavery question" in fact. This. Mr : 8I
East, responding utifavomMy to the Presidential I am well nwaic that'..he Ttliclaisc: of the taFt: hnow in the present contestAs
f.rm ni, the ofa Editor I think I can prove even to Mr. Cabell Mr. Cabell did not Mr. OF COPPER.TIX AXD SHEET R.5H'IBERR.Y,
proposition sulmiittoJ} by the Hon. E. I Nothing pial reco: cs the ti i;ht.of I people evidently Editor maturely
t I riitury "t<) frame ''" cilllstit lit ion and I laws ai d to himself, if lm prej-; ice i is not too badly warped. Jf consider! this question. I think you may safely IRON WABE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Auctioneer and ,Commission

C.!! the gentlemen composing! : the : r( u'\tl their domestic nnd. eooial affairs in their own I do this as be laid it clown as a rule for his political announce to your readers that Hon. E. C. Cabell. our DEALER tx PLAIN, FA'iCY'ill JAPANNEDWAKE. I

two electoral tickets in this State. Touching j mode, subject only to th provisions of the federal action of course he will at once be found battling for former representative in Congress will yet supportMr. MERCHANT.
(constitution with the privilege of. admission into) the Buchanan being convinced that the Democratic
tht: > point for consideration( as presented byMr. I Uni"ii whenever they have the requisite population the success of the Democratic party. as are many of I party have showed that it had the courage to meet Stove Head-Quarter? TALLAHAMIE, Fla, Sept. 29, 1855.. 19DR V

Cabfl!, the subjoined is in harmonious for one Representative in Congress," which i. apparently i i the'old him Whigs" in every section of the Union. the real i issues presented by the South and pledgedits A SPLENDID assortment Codking Parlor 4J

broad <>nousli to he construed .Ji'.nly into n An 1 why should they not do it J JVLat is to preventMr. I influence to .ettIe the slavery question in fact 3. anti Wood Stoves trimmed with neatness R,. N. GARDNER,
rclatian with the abl"} letter written upon the I pledge that Kan!aa plmuld be admitted as a slave I i by laying down what he has said to be the true doctrine and! durability at reduced prices. bit professional services to the citizen
Cabell from thus acting?-for he tells us Irmselfi : OFFERS
the same subject by Col. Lung of this city. State if brr people ilea're it ; but it is Mjtially true I "in language admitting of but one eonilruc- Out Door Work.Roofing. and urroantliog country. Office
I that whilst by th Mii"ouri restriction thin right was i I in his letter to the Electom, that old party issues tiu71." INCOG. removed to the residence of Mr.John R. Crump. situation
Ornamental Front Heads. Guttering. Copper -
: To hare entered into the proposed: arrangement denied tll tllc. people of Kansas, anil s1avry was inexj I have passed away," that "the Whig party, as a dia- I ami Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead. Sheet formerly occupied by "the:late Dr. Jacob Eliot. >

: uuhunt delegated mithoiity from the ress terms forever prohibited," the 13th clause of I tiuct organization, linn ceased to exist," and that he is I Democratic Meeting in Wakalla Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work February IB, 1856. 7 J
the Know dcnnunc! that I
: Convention appointing the Democratic Electors : stnie Nothing platform 3 repeal j i willing to unite with that party that advocates prin-- I of every variety done at short Dotl <. PERRY AMAKER
as ttcUcxs nnd ? ',wiAe. Theta then is eilhfr n To the Edi'or. the Floridian I A. ,
would have been a strange pioci-eding, ; c 'ntinilictimi ill term, the ri, litol the pe"jile tofiametheir j ciples upt-n which test tin lights of the South and I of : 'City and Country Merchants .

; the Democratic OWl) C'tti'ution re,M :ir.d nM obligatory up In partv them to ex<>roi .e that riyht I'.i-nouncrd! as reckless HId 'I Union" I elsewhere.

jf the Sute. Indced, we have good rea- ; unwise. or i-K-p. the 7th clause of that hit form cannot: Democratic meeting was held in New Port j 3P: Ji. B. All articles! m.innfactued from the very TALLAHASSEE.
be f irly cons rncii, into a pledge tlir.t Kunsai i-hill; be i Mr. Cabtll, iu reply. to one ( f Mr. L nr iutei rogation" i on the 9th instvhish was organized: by !! best mllterinlnnll warranted durable. No other article May 21._ 18S*. JO
:: v';!1 to IJ.lil'th! t the acceptance of the proposition I the Democtatic Convention was induced will be offered for sale. -
admitted into the Union us h Slave State. Mr Fill I says I
; so far from giving satisfaction would moire in nil his) .speech having cluxti-n the 13th I to refuse ID incorporate the 12th section into I calling "?I: ANDERSON, Esq., to the Chair !I October '.'O. 1855._42_ ---MILES$ NASH & CO. .'*

; I c-l.iupe of this platfoim ns the t. xt d his list ounces. I their the iuj and appointing II. L. HENDKRSO.N Secret1ry.1 .
: tr.vo bc-en sn distasteful; as to have resulted platform by haute influences'vLich I Co-Partnership Notice.
having given that hi* and nnqualifi-d DEALERS IN
: express nppiovid. i II. cd the Cincinnati Convention to fuse to : The Chairman in }brief but .
another Convention nd th- exist ..f the 7th clause, j : rt incorpo- a few appro. : I
i.i tho mooting of to ref ii wholly Kjnoicd -HCH undersigned have this day entered into a co !
f.jitt the act. Th Democracy, Florida i ban! placed: hi ted befoie the ccii/ against the < :trj preen' :
not only approve the course pursued! by ourflkctors I by tlj. people ot KansaH tlf the firivile ..' sicure.l\ I Bo... I fear were influenced by a desire to 'coDiili- i the meeting was to nominate candidates for iI | & RETAIL MEDICINES IS OILS&c. :r,

them by the fI'pelll..f the Mi5"iii restriction in the I the Senate and Houso of Representatives for DEt.: UGBUSINESS.. t.
hut appreciate the reasons :nd np- Kansas act. I admit that Mr. Fil'more, w not in exp |! ;te I the N"It I." I S under the name and style of inform their friends and the public that 1 I

j lau-1 the motives that influenced them thus : !e s term pledged to veto a. bill ad'nitting Kansas 'I Mr. Cabull certainly! did not have the Democratic : the county of 'iS akulla. WOULD on ]Land a good assortment' of such \

to act. The recent dec'ions in the States of into the Union as a slave Sta'r- Nor tInE'S l Mr. Fre- pint form before bun when he penned his commuuica. I On motion of John W. Miott, tho following AMES &L1VEL! Y. articles as are generally kept in their line of business i
I IO'llt't' surh iilriiii-p! On t)h,. ronlnirv, ] !
.' ,. ,- .. .. nny toll; t> 31111, Mr. Editor: far his; memory evidently I .f 1
....Il.' ("\;" h', ." "Ul\'"." A11DaIalis.) trlis his Ftippnrters that if be i is ilected. the gentlemen I were appointed: a Committeeof II ThEY will be plcasad to see their friends terms shall} be reasonable.
tailed : he omitted that ( .1
b-ni. of the resolution
I'nllri anu Arkansas: demonstrate beyond a ] laws of Congress in relation t-) the tetritorii s will IHJfnitlifully us portion" Nomination, to wit }". II. Alexander J. and patrons at the old It..mdof D. H Ames 'I Tallahassee, April 9th .1353' 14.
executed.:' N i\v. 1.4 the hun!:" act con that tiled everything. If it had flopped where I full and
v-hcrc will general
i.iubt that tho South has no confidence in i ,! IvHn shall be admitted : P. Carter, Isaac Freeman VV. K. Beard, E. they keep a P.B.BOKAW'S.UVERY t
tHin an express pl<- ire a? Mr Cabell did, then it would have been radically assortment of Articles appertaining to their I

Mr. Fillmore. fince his extraordinary! declaration I into th* Union with or 'itltoll'.rv nn tic I; drfcctiu- ;" but it d.1110t; do itLat were tli this) l/e of Mr. Fretrnntz.if .
; ptipleni y p c-8i pie 1! of the Convention ", I IYm.. 1L Mathers n.V.. Flournoy James LIVELY. !
: that Southern m.-n !hould not be per- fulfilled max \\t-il M-t nr nsi' ,'I) tins Oeoigia i l."t said January 1. I ii. 1 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

mitt:d to Mttle in Kan&nsith their -laves, |)'int. hut nl eliier: fulfilled! or not.' I re rttthatweh j phitf-nn! filial is of the Cincinnati Convention) shall i HlmmettJohn; Partridge and Jenkins, who i I. Proprietor would-in
.iv no pledge from Mr.I Fillmoic. and I are left in thing, include! in subftance the following I II MEDICAL NOTICE. THE fli fliI
bcame it i h in violation of a law which he painful uncfitainty: as to what hi- course would IH-, 'I'i amongst : : retired for a short time and presented to the I'I bit friend and the:'
that be has his
opoitinc: .public, rebuilt
that bo is bitterlvopposed Pt James W. Smith for the Senate and iI
The Kansas bill the Terence e bting meeting I
disturbed. .
to url au act, and woulJ veto it if he da'eddo DR.
which repeals this odious law, discjirninatinggaint 'I' established in the rbrak".KalisM act" What James Carter, for Representative, which said I prepared to accommodate hi. frinuis and euatonxra.
so. located in Tallahassee offers his He also baa attached ti' his Stabheago.d Bla.k-
) Southern men, is denounced! by Mr. I Upon the !u}-joct of the Alwlitinn of Slavery in tIleD I were the principles established in that nctl? "Not to nomination was unanimously confirmed by HAVINO services to the public. Office opposite pro- smith Shop. where be will ha Ve have dooeall kind of
I It strict of Columbi.i Mi. Fn-n-ont i i. known to be I I
\ Fillmore r.s a l 1""I:" from the! North to'the I cummiitril, acaisiht it. while ilr Fillmore has never legislate slavery!. into any territory or State nor to exclude :; the meeting.Mr. Dr. Barnard's Drug Store. Plantation work. Hone shoeing, and CarriaftworkJo \
the best mannEr and with and die- :
t I June 28. 1856. !-6m very promptam I
outh that oujrht not to have been tendered. so (Jr as I am alviit.d r..tml"ft' l declaration in favorof it therefrom but to len the people thereof Chas. E. Dyke, former Editor of the patch.November.

With a knowledge) of this insulting fact, I it, th'-ugli I d.> iv it s'lppMe for n m meni!. th.itSoutlieni peifectly free to form aid regulate their domestic institutions Floridian and Journal, first addressed the MEDICAL NOTICED 5, 1833. 44 t
I gent: o lie!) wo :Id fruppnithim un they ill theirown way, subject only to the Constitution -0- i

xhould not Southern! Democrat": at least, be were well a-snreci that be had chnnged his opinions of the United States." meeting. He seems to IHJ as ready on the DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON Carriage, Buggiei, and Harries*,

f :allowed the jnivigo! \\ithhoMing their support on Entertaining th1 subject these view Tarn compelled to decline Now. Mr. Edil, ", the Cincinnati Convention seems rostrum as in the editorial chair. The same F'CR their Professional Services to the Pub- For Sale by P. B,.Rjokaw.. i- 11

;, from Mr. Fillmore under almost any : veedmg to vour prop saion.; :Ifvleot<,d Iwillc. s j to have acted wi h a view particularly to 4 lie rl'qli.o-< good humor that characterized the editorials O lic. C2P Office opposite the Store of Messrs. -9'HE Subscriber has just received A ,

t. I vote for Mr. 13'eha 1111 whatever may be the le Hudgkiss. Scott t Poole. JL )larj e supply of Cams*, !
conjbination of circumstances? Wo think BO.JACKGNTIUX my meiits of lhl' Georgia Contention; fir in jinsuer to of the old Floridian was admirably displayed very ,J
> I belie\e I *ill meet with tlinapprobition I. I 1856. 1 '. a' aud Harness which he offers
suit and 1 in so Itiing th-- first reqiiiieiiient: they c.ii-1. us Mr. C.ibell q'llIled.I January 5. Buggies, .
July 2C! '185G. of every Southern )"'\.c at and I ioul! t that we rtcozmzr and ad>pi the: principles contained I in interesting speech on this occasion. We for sale on the most reasonable term

SIE:-Yoi.r lettfr .)f.J une adJrfslO.t tll illMH I "ir not many 'outh..rnV III Should the eU-clion be I III the orjjinic; laws establishing tie terntoiit-B ol Nebiaiika are unable to give a sketch of his remarks I RICHARD., /.r .-.-T..' B1BC11KTT.- -CI1ARLE3- -W..-DOW5IXQ""- ,'# -_November 18, 1854. 4ft i 1
eritic Electi-r ST the thereby thrown into tIll Hllcsl' Mr. Fremont can only nnd Katis.m: n" emboilving the only eonud BIRCHETT & DOWNING .'
f Dell tht-ii the D -nv> .
Philip I' c's friende nid i that would do justice either to their style or A.L.FISHER
be elected bv the ai I of Mr. fill 11I111 im ,t'
safe solution of the t-hivrrv
What ia
handed question.
f Flor
Hasten:: Di trict <> >fitj me ATTORSEN AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS
ft'r a reply-Mr. Dell having l been imp'-lled t.t dccuic which will tot he llfi'ortl"d. if I have misjudged M1.Fillin | not tetdrd? Not the power of C .
U-ing a' and I, as his alir mate, h.iv- res' position and that of his'III.IIn'e.I.vI Sl.oulu!! I! though in the quotation made by Mr. Cabell t there ill North, and that the voice of the people from NO. 490, Seventh Street, I TALLAHASSEE, FLA., I
elect 1 the Senate .
taken his Deim'eratic Ucket. I the House fail to [ nothing raid ab-iut the power .f Coiuiew! ; but, f..rtu- WASHINGTON CITY. 1'
jri ; pla'e.o1l1he in I cl.ousc Mr. I3re_-k. nri with the fuieliodingsxpree
I fulJv agrt-u yu gl H rny ba thei before the Court of Claims, and
w-ul.i le safe. In e 's n'" v i iii VeT max practice and in Thomas County, Ga.
any I an ejcprcMioii of opinion on (that subject ; for if Mr. WILL.
of the }
ed in lettir likely to fit and acceptahI'andappealed .
couet-qut'iices I eminently
yt-'Jr as claims before tied the
evils"nuiy IKin MOMlor IH norms. Congress several Office in the Capitol. Id immediately
fsult. whatever CabtL's had bet-n little faith ul he story
I a. lush e ,
from tI" eecii! "f XIr. rreiiuuil i ill tl( pemliiigIVtfStdentul j memory .
ensue nttt, but n I :1I1II.ot )lu w these I the next four years the Democrats lx>th_North -mfl I I would have u leo-Heded where} it said ..fl"n i ,iteifere to all men of all parties in the pLrtmenta.: over the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Ccrcri. l'l'tr ''
f> ""Soub and those who nnalt with tl.a-r, wil hive I \ I July 23. 1855. SOw July 21. 1855. :9.-ly ,
C'-iunss with siavxo! ill the S''IS ai.d, tet-
by : .
i !
evils fire to be KVoiJrd by tbe course prop >te< hy you South to unite in the support of the candidates j
Dein-c'ralie'electois this state Rlu/ulil the consolation (if knowing tl at the re'"'i-sibility r ,In i i. or ill the Dii-tiictiif' Columba.1* Here is the I

cast viz: thl"ir't.t that the( for )Ir. Fillmore. hli.ul : tly find I that lefts not ,jib them but that they have dime theirduty I i I .11t1-i e wc between th" two platlortna. Tho Ameii i iC : nnd crecof the Democratic party, ::13. XLLS, E. BARNARD Jr., il :

Mr.! DucKanan cannot obiuiu the nmjoiity. nndtliat l by aiMl h.-'r "h ale dut.). t u S .utb lit k JIg forn- !! .11 p'at'orrn'!; 1111'y iNcUres hit Congr s i ban no which alone of those now existing can just'y Wholesale and Retail Druggist
th N uth off1 "" boot WILL COXTI7ICK Til*
fu the North, tog
bu .la hIt S Denl"I
The fur ilr. IMintora!, tLcy would} prevent the elec- I n .n I j'ower o\or. 'eyI atrx. I' NEWPOBT, FLORIDA.
; < the South but Uali sections nieetintj upnii the cratic : not only I th it C. hai claim any nationality or an adherence to the 1
tioa! frjrn bcinj carried into the lluu&e of RepreeiiU- under! the ronbtitution.We | p' fcj-y ngrens RD RS from Physicians and Planters put up D R US& MEDICINE I I BU.SINESS I '1
: platformqual liirbt* lav. in the it ritoJH.t. in O
no jM>wer over ry or vital of constitutional liberty.Mr. '
ttft'!. abide I lesult.Y I principles with the greatest care. W At' Tsa OLD STAID UQlt .A1
I patiently and confidently thl'.1 the Dlsliictf: (ColurubiR but it goes on to exilain 1
r I haTe n* deeire to detract from the rcpir.atimwhich : 2. 186tS.
whilst i the 4.urs truly, GEO. W.CALL, that this was tie, basis of the compromise of F. L. Villepiguo closed the speaking in February
Mr. Fillmorc's c tur'; R-cup\iiiif } I
I I Dimocra<'f. El e'Qr fur )1'< confinne J by both Democratic and! \big parties I
his rrtsidniti*ition l previous chair earued to that fur tim Jiiiii. elf I ,am'l>y couU-nt ie\ie-ing to I Etttrrti District of FloJ.; a. in their Natioual Convention', ratified by the people in one of the best addresses ever heard from LONG & GALBRAITH, OF THE it MORTAR, It 3 ;

jad p-e C f N.rtberu SUt. s nen by lhir prcictravtwedpoeition Hon E. C. CABELL the leciion of '62 and rightly applied to the organization him. It was ,a logical and well conceived .l Ton.'i'EY8 AT Luv, TALLIUASSKK, FLA.

up<)u tie great living iwues of tle day. and Tallufia'tff, Kfiiidi.Tie of territories in 54.." Now, if Mr.' (Cabell was production, with a beginning, a middle and TIT A. LONG fc J. B. GALBRAITH have associLTL Corner of Clinton ana Monroe stit U, Tallahassee. "J

jud,(injj tv thIs sUn-turd and tins :110111', I am Weed in favor of the C comproiui measures of 50, as he certainly I ated themselves ia the practice of Lav. They January 19. i8.54 e: _S_ t
to the otiTtluMo!! tliat the p ettiu of Mr. FiHntoie upon Position of Parties. was, far the approval of that compromise is the an end, and from beginning end good argument will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme -

tlut iiwue which: Jc of all ctliersof the most vital only claim that he can set up for Mr. Fillmore certainly and eloquence, "all compact." Free Courts and the District Courts of the United Dr.P.P.Lewis:

imporrauw t all bitterness spirit was
from party ,
Mr. Fremont's an.l that j it ca.i matter bLat little In the account' of the position of platforn wrong. Office opposite the Court House. U
South wi.ich tiC these jjentlemeii is the succesf'il Com : gives a true Having chown, Mr. Editor as I think to any unprejudiced of zeal for party success-because upon tho October t8, 1864. IT "n! te; latest improvements Deotie-

: didute for the I'refi 'ini<-'. |>:rtie* in the present canvnss.The Herald mind, that the riY&t requirement was boldly. the of try. 1st. The extraction of Trtth. without producIng .n

I observe t2r. Fmmore in his spoech at Albany uimits that TIlE CONTEST AT TIIC NORTH is unu candidly met, and as there were three requirements triumph of tho Democracy rests hopes S. S. KNIGHT pain. bv the aid of a local application which consist

has advanced the idm that we, IIC the bouth, made let us see if they refused to incorporate the whole country and tho stability of our in appivicgn artificial freezing mixture to the part

wouU nut ub ait t.o l tit' gn.-nied by JUr. FieuioflL ENTIRELY BETWEEN BUCHANAN AMO IBEMOXT. them in their creed. AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT until fully benumbed. 2d. The immediate insenioo of I'

In this I ti ust and bcfirvu I.e i i. mUtaketi. I have We commend H i to the-e Know Nothing Secuud. That neither the Missouri Compromise Constitution. TALLM1AS8EE, FLORIDA. a Temporary Set. on Gotta Percha which can be

heard 110 such seutiu.cti's advnncfd eVen am"ng those nor any other anti slavery restriction shall hereafterbe TIle following resolution was then offered September 1, 1865. 05 worn with comfort and ease till the Gums are follyprepared
vviiter who aro extended territory' of the United States.
and *, over
of speakers nevvsp.lper allY for
trim have the reputati- ufdsiriig a a permanentSet; then inserted on .
the Union. Nona a', the uiith have claimed that the circulating their wilful falsehood about Mr. To which the Convention replied by resolvingthat by H. L. Henderson : WILLIAM SCOTT, that beautiful plan:call d continuous Gums, which an I
lecliou.f a >'orthen I'rcsident and Vice President we recognize right of the people of all tLe territories so much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, and
*by purely N,.rtliin Votes wbul-l t..e good cause fur a Buchanan's being out of the wee, &c., &c. : including Kaus is antI Nebraska acting through Resolved, That in the present contest for A TTO1Y A jj' I W I perfect elf.nlm.n. i .-,
the clearly expressed will of the majority of actual the Presidency and Vice Presidency of the
lam sur MONTICELLO, FLA. May 31. 186& U
'Ci urtloU "f tlivc-nifetieiacj ; and greatly the South is to
in beginning
The campiign the number of their iuhabi-
the Candidate resident, and whenever United States, all powers of Abolitionism July !. 1853. 80 tijan J
to find mc'a n Set.tinient lj JOHN W. J I IATTORNE'AT
prsed nud h EVANS i
show some pretty hard fighting, car- tints justifies it, to form a Constitution or without James Buchanan and ,
of that which claims to be peculiarly C;'nmif are striking to defeat
parry and and be admitted into the Union '
to on terms
tho Know No'.hings slavery WILLIAM S. DILWORTO LAW
ioiied to preserve the Union. 1 believe the tied on between) of perfect: equality with.the other States." John C. Breckenridg ; and destroy the glories ;
SouUieni people ould, s<, l"n>j as our light were re Niuserdrivhg Democracy, vhile the real and the BAIN9KIDGK, OCO ,
/ This ccrtuinly is sati-fuetory, for the tight once recognized of a conttitutionKl Union, equal
and Counsellor
spited aud the Union ooutmued to lm H cuustiiutioo- in thai section are al present Attorney at Law give prompt attention! to all business en
Fremont ,
fricndi of I will not be refused They did not say, it is of the Southern States, and we therefore WILL
fit Uriitm. submit cheerfully to the rule of Mr. Fre ity to hi* care,in the Counties of Thomas
to do battle under the about to be acquircd -
compelled territories'ereajtir
ti anything fellow-citizens Wakulla MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.
mont. and that lie m.y rely upon the same the cordially : our Decatur Baker. Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay.
support by Southern lUpresentativi s. in carrying out Fillmore. In the North and East the war is iu BO many words but they recognize bother county without distinction of party, to unite practice b the Courts' of the Middle Cir February l't. 1856. 7 tf '

,all coUltit liul1Al meirfures, which Mr. FillmoieobJa vagcd beliceen: the Fremont and Buchanan they right will in the or people will not of.all;\ e territories slavery. to What say/ is deftclice with us at the polls in sustaining these nominations WILL and Tm II.* and Lowndes County, Ga. Just Received, : !
ied in 1850. Aud should the prefeut Deiiioemtie"ffiow with here and there a Know Nothing March 185&
22. 12-ly
forces, The that the and tho five Soqthern principles they
c-iutmue office / What not *ttbd? time people Gt1u'a and Currant Jellies, Pruoe. !
boldre At the South decline t<> m made of followers in a transition LEYONS.
encampment: up have tl-ti rig/It to prohibit or recognize the iustitnlmu .
unJcr Mr. Fremont's adnanuirHii) it would be very represent. Glass, OilsWhlte Lead, &c. Pickled Oyster Brandy
state for the Noithwest. of s'Hven' t Does it not say whether the first teirito- Preserved Lemons nd OhigerGreen
could bf from OrangeaPiae Apple** -
remakablc if their lJut i-nppiwl
sufficient T. J. M. Richardson then moved that the BOXES Window Glass assorted sizes 100
riul legislature, befote they have got a number OAA Marmalade. Lemon .
tlie number of thoi-e -wlxe "rld buut Hflerffice" a """" ( : oyrap.. Rasp
among l >ecUble politicians + of inhabitants to form a State Constitution may proceedings of this meetingbe published in hi\J\) Kegs White Lead, pare, extra & No. 1. berry do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do, sad Ginger .
) bas dagtute.1 so many recj'
THE ViatTiMA SPBIXGS.-According to .,r limy not prohibit slavery I It ci-rtainly does hi 8 barrels Linseed Oil do Raspberry Vinegar Fretb Salinon.Lobster.Had-
into the f.rmatiou of H new 1YJI ty. there but few if of the language not to be misunderstood, that the people the Floridian & Journal and that the Wakulla 5 Lird Oil dock. Hallibot and bbad. A .
The rent .laa>er'\p the Union is n t in the election fIe accounts, are any I *.>ort4 Pkkke, Sco4i

cf Mr. Fr.m.H t, but in the re enactment by Congress. Virginia watering places this summer tl at may through of actual the residents fairly expressed and vhentver will of the the uumbur majority Times please copy. bO 20 Keg packages Zinc Fire-proof Paint P.iint. (bbls.! and $ bOIL AlssndPorter. i80.00O

of the Missouri CoinproniUe- refusal to a linil not doing a good bu-inees. Tho mountain WM. ANDERSON, Chairman, Train Oi I..1 bbl Hnvaan Clarara.AMiat .
a v of their inhabitant ju"liHea it, form a State (.n 2 barrels Copal Varnish 'LIVELY. '
Kansas as a save: State, should her people so derire .shore hotels filled in barrels abJ retail.
and the ate at
re.-orts II/itl/tiun-th"n IInllIlIt. until then are they permitted'to Spirits Turpentine
H. L. 1lzusocSecrary.AnxAsAsThe S
or the abolition ..,slavery iu the District of Columbia.Tlcpositiooof : I January 1856, 1
Mr. Fillmor0 up-u the two first of with the seekers of health and pleasure. say whether slavery shall or shall not exist ia the 66. AMES & LIVELY. !

these measure* Is identical with Mr. Fremontls: both Upward of lour hundred visitors ate now at terr it".y. Buchanan fever still January 5. .LIFE ntSUBANOB.

)&,, denounced the of the corapromue of 820, the Fanquier White Sulphur Springs, ue Ir The third requirement (If the Georgia Conventionwas Arkansas 0 with unabated '
"tlie prompt and faithful execution of the fagi rages throughout In the Circuit Court Jefferton County, THE 'NEW-YORK LIFE CO.
ask violation of K od with. When the eomprnrniieneuure
Warrent6n, Virginia.DI"GRACKrVL.A. live slave law." Not tho oldest and deepest-dyed know. 4
it contended by fury. Margaret Anoear, ) In Chancery
? $ of ISW were passed was t 4oancuu'ID CAnt' ,.fljUOOjOOO.Dnpriy ; :
the Irjeixis vf tb< -r1tI9 ,;.,'.. pVfcit ,oa,*1"; f

among the number) that tly wVe M reconili Ki of place near G'louces, New Jersey, oil< Union vention standing; for, said on they this. national the Democratic] pUtform party will abide contains the names of thirty-two gentlemen George 8. Annear. ) Bill for divorce. ..;.White persona for AM or mar*yt-tor 4fc>.

the great cot tlt Uonal doctrines, llwt v T"ry, State Saturday last, between two females. The and adhere t> a faithful execution of the uctaknown uho have taken the fever in one week.- IT appearing to the Court qpno satisfactory proof whole periotl of life QK THK MUTUAL STIW. '
should LeMefurwtrel' ontov into the Union wither by nettled Coo Union.INDIANA.. I that the defendant in the above itated case resides Ptvideode dedaxed.ta tU ii oG JoIW. brt 4 ..
: the ,
without"""." *ftwistitutiua roicbt protide, apinci,4 fight WHS a fierce one, the women pumping M compromise measure imiee by or beyond the limits of the State.ot Florida to that for lift., 4' '

1.\ftItl6d.M', by the .wisest end earn,other to *uch an extent that they were labor grew inelvded the act to which reclaim-ct, being fugitive designed from to carry out .-Judging from all, that wo can' the ordinary proem cannot be stirred npnn hi'ii. U PUKT o J'V1t4x, 4ctor7.r$1: 7ZJIr ,'

best of our ftiutbero .Ute Dea,;'and necessarily in covered with blood. Theyand several of an provision of the Constitution cannot, with see nnd hear from Indiana, the whole State, is ordered that:Mid cans be set for 'hearing :oo the IFutah oe1rtd m T .."iJan131r7 ,
TolTingls repealof tbfilis: *>uri restriction, uhibarnedtmJrotnhii. lookers-on committed to the Wood. express destroy furor second Monday 1 November next and that said defendant .
the to bo in
Mr.Tiltmtire. brteVerV decUret in his were fidelity the eto be repealed] or so changed u from river to lake, must perfect do acd plead answer- or dmur by 9isi4t' 1_f1LPJI:
H otat* ..; tht*" 0clr wial'tmt idf construction bury jail, where Jersey law will doubtless be or impair iu efficiency. of ..theGeorgia 'of political excitoment. that time otherwise, saw ea, will :He hied on the :

of UwM,""orea,'tlprt r ba bad. .ropM*) the Missouri dealt oat to them. Thus *o not only have the with requirements in substance, but The Frenaonters have evidently waked up fdCti charged ia said Bill. .Provided, That, opy of AOtCYOF1E-ttM j-D',

If this be Convention complied, State. this order,be in it !tillbaseee CAm ........... .
r msproiuwiv TM'-to;)w jdistorb U. 1i.flUmore.stock Because of the Conven IMitself. the wrong passengers In that gallant publIshed tome urwppr '
ih 'tratc*iB-irurtka t>f thn*. m m ffr..tlen 1(rviklj42W5ffl&kPf3r1OIiIY Why looking up with that forte language uaed. by should allay the excitement for the .pae of tbre Bontta next.bef tflaki =dmi-It : i.m .
said want and to
it ia flat oti i it's back' that it can The Georgia Convention w you they try, T J".
*dr $nd *inattt*Kipwiar'combeot tboM Soatberngcntlrnea look in i uo other direction.-3fcwjA. Appeal. "to recognizt o&p/'the principles established I as soon ai, possible, .or,the 12tb July, 1856. .
,! 'Kansas-Nebraska act. The Contention repliedthat 3i4iDs,
the there will all previous yicto- j.r
irburn bittri-ly deaoeneed tbrm' at; tb umph surpaws BAKER Jtxfge, P'1tr
time uf iMr pftSMga,1 fur with we the "so'm argument The Democrats of Michigan have nominated we do "rtcoynfa and adopt" them Again, (tb wesay ,lie*. And fc" M it b1'.-Ib. July U.,1350 M-Jui .Yenn.r'1,155. I. I.'c., ________
to ; I
ia l tr ff rlxw I" VM f hit the Miaosri ".,. er-Senator Feleh for Go'er 1or. wt.n' JUIJ 4't you are oppo'fl s2I't'tiu14{: 4- W



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t in thoSCansas bill and actually scouted the ".ThGre.ReacLloD." partjrrthat from their position slid other cir T Th6 fiailonal Democracy'iipb itS

Tltiiaw k' nittiuiFne. democratic idea, that the 'model President" The Know Nothing papers make n great cumsfances jbave groa advantages to Fillinpr&s Fate Scaled. ike

.- ._._. would ever condemn the Kansas legislation, fuss aboli"' reaction" 'ffaey say a great ascertain the drift of pubH opinion, and as Time recejptel3clioo* in the States of Missouri inipa4jjimton can scrutinize the p0.litictli .
#% a.r r r -
TALLAHASSEE : much less favor its repeal and the consequent ; reactioit lias taken place, and .is still going patriotic sentinels, .they AK?" impelled! Jtf the Arkansas, Alabama, North Carolina record of tlie Democratic eandidtto

$ I sacred motives fo ivd.the "alarmvhen arid Kentucky have, resulted triumphantly for for ibo lVe* lt .cjv ihout being impre
-- icstoration of tho Missouri compromise, on Mr. Buciahian.Bthii 4. mo&t ej

Aug. 1$ 1856 The recent Vevelations, however, made at reaction". ,"i ia meant*a 1 change S j in puh/-5" the ConsiitahWis i iir/danger./ Let these the Democracy. Even Kentucky, the great with tLe-incftisttstiKltfehi'm that record pre

- ; I Saturday, S Rochester rn4| ot&er pfaws in JN'c York, pc sehtinisat, showing that" Mr. Buchanan f is, iiings be r iisitIec1* > pedialIy ;k,. time old Grbralter of Xn NotKingUm, has thro rnofTdic ems toltlie conj&ree and support of ih9

to team have been j EO12s2rrative ithigand t1i le.4 themn (II'CIIO political incubnsiind marched into our Sooth. We bard'gtv n to that record an .
; I DEMOCS4TICCXET. we arc hnj>py not more losing strength"or in other.words that manj x.amination

astounding) to us' than Convincing to Mr. who have been injavor of his election have 'hithmer it i1 ntsafer to be guided by uchm ranks by. .1 majorIty of thousand Well the moot searching, and j if thor,

FOR PRESIDENT. Walker pml his fwwical} lends, that Mr. turned against him. counsel, luau (o be misled bv the tlang of done, Kentucky, the home of the chivalrous S has loeii an act of his life or an expj0

: TAMES BUCHANAN, Fillmfl-! has been placing the part ala political I Now how do the pub'ishers of such falsehoods ephemeral demagogues. BreckenrUlge.MISSOURI. from his \lijs\\ calculated"to ruin, '' tha

OF rNsvLvAM. S trickster, and; claim \\halever i pretend to jistiyth r assertions ?1- .-Tlie latefct intelligence from sensitive 'Southern; heart, we can *ay
The Great Speech of the Campaign. a clear conscience it has not fallen
this State there is doubt of the election under
i S to that elevated position which has been so Can they shew that any members of tlic Convention says no o ,

) FOR VICE PRESIDENT. generously assigned him by his .Southern that nominated Mr* Buchanan h have The Hon. George S. Hawkins made his of Polk, the democratic nominee for Governor observation. On every question involving

J. C. BRECKENEIDGE second before Leon audience in State t -e equality? of lh States and the JJ
| friends. shieR that deserted him ? Can they shevtf appearance a S as also the entire democratic rfgflj(

fl:; S OF KENTUCKY.OOYERXOK. Mr. Walker also admitted that Mr. Fill- that his Domination has been disapproved bv 1. this city on yesterday, and delivered what is I tkke the South ho has been foremost among" .

I generally conceded to lw by friends and po- ARK democrat elected champion* of: confenraiism-never Jnflanjnff
.tNSA -Contvay, ,
voted with
p. 5- i more, while Jn Cpngrcss, never any Stoic Democratic Convention ? Or that
Yl1I litical iocs the master speech of the cam the fanaUcisiu of tnc North
j Governor 5000-and entire of by deinfociationt
by an
the South wppn questions invoking her peculiar any //we democrat.* (not abolitionist*) have sweep
lg". Argument, wit, humor, and sarcntsm limo and both of slavery, or neglecting oa *
interests. Then think of the temerity of abandoned Mr.\ Buchanan ? No they do ; Legislature Congiessmen. opportunity '
; OF ALACHVA roi'XTV. ; were so artistically blended in this remarkable I ALABAMA.; -AH! light in this democratic in the language of the Kichmoml Knijalre'r
Mr. Walker and his friends, as displayed in not attempt lhs. They mentina few njioi- ,
effort, ns to hold spell bound the attention con'rjbnting to the ,
u.ial. secuuty and
FOU CONGRESS, the effort to promote a r.J3i Who has once tales who followed once; the Democratic) banner fetrong-hojd as sfflbiJity
( of his audience dtmng the entire space NORTH ( .inori..t.-Bragg, dcm,, re-clec- I of the right* anti institution of the
GEORGE S. HAWKINS basely deceived them( and only desires another but deserted because (lu-ir merit were wcaler
of time occupied in Its deliver- His retort ted Governor; from 0000 to 8000 majority section. In deft-nee of the Sooth
hy he
('r JACKSON cor>TY.FDR 4 opportunity) to renew his aggressions overlooked in a upon Mr. Underwood, time Know Nothing with a large democratic gain in the Legisla- not await the immediate of
upon the Souih. are (the patriot (!) who, too pnre to i ibe presence danger
: ELECTORS, numbered with such men as compose the Elector for thin Middle Distiict, utterly demolished j ture, and a perfect wiping out of Know NothKnxTrcKY. ho did not need limo spur obvious and im'perntive

.: 1M.. A. LONG, GKO. W. CALL, Another Brilliant Accession to the J>emocratfc i party of Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jack. the "rough and tumble Major, ;! ingistri duty ; bat with the prophetic instinct

,: W. D. IMRNGS.I Party. I who had been provokingly inaccurate when comities heard of A true statesmanship and the
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son, Polk, and Pier c, have enrolled! them- generous enterprise -

OK Till: feliXATK, The Savannah Republican, received by !I selves under the banner ofJYrrlluntline., |i iI alluding to the political record of that eminent :i from, (there being 10.1 in the State,) give a of an ardent patiiot, described the

1J1. T. B- LAMAI. last evening's mail, contains the gratifying information 'I But is there no change among politicians: j| statesman James Buchanan. We can- I) democratic gain of about 10,000 on the vote gathering cloud in the dMqnce and provided

that tho Hon. James C. Jones of and fetatusmen I Yea : )but it is chiefly in i not but express our astonishment; at the api i I of last year, when the State went for the secure shelter against the storm. In lIke

i:oic TIII: iior&n or Tennessee, in a speech delivered in tho Senate favor of Uuchanan. The changes that have j j{ parcii thy! urisarti 1)11) l iis manner in which Maj. j jUnderwood Know Nothings by some 1000. It is generally manner, when elevated to the Presidency, ho

: I a fpiv days since, announced llw jwitriotie ( handled time name cf tl.w eminent conceded that tire democrat* are now I will not hesitate and equivocate until! the
taken limo i\W//i !
S P. B. BROKAW, PSJ.( W. PASKHILL, place at are no loss to HueLilian I i i
C- P. CHAIRS, DR. LUCIEN DUVAL. dfteraiination ti> iujrpr.rt tire election} of while they arc a positive gain (to Fremont cituen, and we would caution our political: successful by thousand, and thai site StateS j country 1 is upon the brink of rain. He will

L -I- the iiGmjne s of tip! Democratic party.- because those changes are from lImo 'I I j friends throughout the State against the unj j is hopcless-ly lost to Fillmore. not lean; upon life Attorney General for suppott -

Floridian & Journal for the Campaign, Four of the !leading of the old I j just and illiberal churges s>o mislintingly reiterated and stimuloos !lii
spirits Whig i Fillmore, free-soil party, to I the blaclcrepublican | Thus Filimori-iFin has made its last sfrng- ( resistance to the encroachments

We propose to issue on thp scaud Saturday in party, at: present members of tlji American ; or aktliliaii parly. But, on the eonlni- ;; against: the Democialic party arid 'Ir.I i> gle in the South, and in the States above emimpr.ited i of Abolition win; but will exhibit

Juu.ami continue until aner the PicriJsutial ..locti Senate, have nobly jilantcc) } thrwsdvcs! upon |- ry, at the Soulh md: West the changes are !'I 15iioiiru! ; !) The>e ch.-irges hav been boldly has been f-olcmnly buried, with the j jepitaph the saui prompt and heatty spirit in defenceof

: j.bT i. tlie Campaign }'tMian anti Jotrnal, at tbc! W7c the Cincinnati with it J met t and expo-ed, thus far, by time gallant} the South which has
platform, (te rise nr fall rcnerallv from {he late whia to the Demo- written upon its tomb, No Rrsi'K- characterized his past
; .wiug iat. : in the estimation of consJitucncy. O' i Hawkins, who \\ill not shrink from the per f fj SI course."
an intelligent j! cratic rank", and these changes, which 1trTtl: .
a eirjjle Subsciibcr. .?110(5To ( 'l'lIcSCC at fliia very moinpnt, when !| are I:j formancp (of similar duty whenever and -' -u---- That this h not exaggerated praise, nfo
I'JO 00To numbeilcsc, embrace nun of pursuit.
A Club of y, aJdrcss] P.IIIJC ; 2 cveiy ':
the Democracy at the North, \\ith a. true love wherever necessarv.: Still they (Conic can hesitate to admit after reading the fi.J-
: a Club of 5, 00 Every mail from every quarter biiiiirs cvi- j '

S .. .. 7, 5 On, of country and :i sublime courage, are breasting |: deuce* of gains to Buchanan I from the old line A bio, eloquent, and- effective speeches Congressman has wheeled into the lowing passage from a speech which he d r.Hvercd .

I .. .. .L 1 the of fanaticism and were delivered last evening at candle light, Democratic column the Oth of
.1 jp. 7 00Ilio surges contending whigs. Within the last \veek we have heard j in the person of the lion.S on February, 181'J, in re

money most hivaiiaUy! acconii siiiy the order for our e'ongtftulional lighten paity at the J of many, and arntiiig theyi tho two whig S'iz_ | by Col. M. Whit Smith, of Columbia and l'ereyVmiker, the Know Nothing member ply to.Mr.. Clay's attack on the veto power !
to insure attention. South is suppoiting Mr. Fillmore, who has R It. Villepigue[ Esq of this city. The S fnim the Mobile! Pitm jet, Alabama Mr. Mr. Buchanan saM :
__________: a/ors/ in Congress from thi State of i1 Mary-
-- S. S not the shadow- a chai'mo, j rnl \\\\yt\\ virtually Hon. Daviil S. Walker, replied to the speech \\alker is among the very ablest, most inflnential j! It would! be easy to imagine interest of
1ppOtntmeits for Messrs Perry a4 land- :Mr l;, Pratt and Mr, Pearee. Kaoh of j
aiding (the election of l'renr.Jf.; i I of Col. Smith, but signally failed to meet the and popular of all the Know Nothing time deepest importance to particular seclioTri
Ifawkins la the West. thieve distinguished men has published a letI I
1 which be
j invincible arguments: of his eloquent nntagonist. 1 in the South. Huzza might seriously endangered by id
speakers for the !
Kuo.iv friends I'rorida
Are in good
Xoiinng "
Oiir : ter giving their reasons for espousing time (! destruction "In the
Marianna 23d. ; Southern
August Even Mr. Walker with all his ack- wImjj
adhesion Buxrhanan
Doles, in Calhoun, 25th.Campbctfton aware of I\TO\ injury they arc (lOnc themselves cause of Buchanan, and urging their friends j jto ; cause to was I compose the weaker portion of tl.e Union, a

_ _ Patterson, in Jackson, t26th. and their pOoieiUyf) PO they not see they support him as the only! means of defeating 'i nowledegd ability, astuteness, and! eloquence, given in the I House on Weilnewlay; and in species of property exists which is no\V 111-

- S S .' are striking a parricidal Wow ? Can they be ;! the BjafH} Reitib'icanlh; Fremont cannot arrest the rapidly decaying fortunes ; the enur o of his speech he accounted for hispresence 1 trading the attention of the whole ctrfifepd'
!L'ort Jack son, th. [ of his in this State. It i is doomed and world. These State would
i party at the American Con-i nee have bc-
blind to tie! satisfaction: their suicidal course abolitionist. Philadelphia
( .;4-.Q4wxL: ; ( i Si1i. it. !| come parties to the Union, had not their
no earthly
; is the- and breadth of power can save volition, and assigned his rea>ofi3 why he :
diffusing over length Mr. lh hi
f :ioth. arcc says- ; rights 4this property K'en secured by the

Vernon, -'opt. 1.Navy 1. abolitionism! '. Nigger-worshiping New England Tlie omtr.t! i'CTti> tu inc. lillg1wc is Mr. Ju.hniinii .--- (Col, Perry could! not support Fillmore, who, he said, (' Federal Constitution. Foreign antl doint'stic

I' laughs at- (lie idea of voting for Fillmore. and Mr. Pinmii.t. Mr. Filhnore's fricii'l* in- S adopts the leading idea of tl c Anieiicari plat- fanatic?-so >e fro?** le! belief that} they are
Bear Pen Bluff, ilo-d claim ft gi cut ici<-ti ; form doing others from
I He uill probably not have a IMHIH Mr dec- J commendatory of the repeal of the Misj j a desire
Kucheann.i 5. taken much paii's t' acti tam what liis htrcnsjili !is in '
> morning a letter firwi the above gentleman, [ to divide a wfc destroy this glorious
; toral ticket from! Maine to Rhode( Island. the free Sstat,- fur / hare vot bien able la souii Compromise.: All the Northern lends i ii Uepublic
Yvllow! River, S. the sad that his health f -have conspired to the
/ tl-at ,, containing intelligence, emancipate Southern
> viIi \tntjlt ii .
salt// / // / fniiy a ( mIc of c.s.' i of :Mr. Fillmore with the of Mr.
Certain it i l.o will not electoral exception I
.Milton, I J. #, get an \ote The rhuifc, I/KJI, !x Lttwnn 5ft. Jli/ctiaiian andf is so precarious as to render it absolutely i I slave On this question, the people of the
.' From Pennsylvania to Iowa he has: no show .1 |. Fie n i n at, arid \\irU! iiurvliinj V.'hi l/elic\iniy as Valk, were here found voting for its restric-I j South, bryctid the limits of their oirn St'itcsr
'cnatu1a 13. ,
I hc lircitatti necer-snry thit he should remain at home for
and will not get a solitary electoral vote.i .- :in : tides, the larger part of the American [ STANP ALONE AM> rXJCPPOKTOD BY AN7
Yaid, 15.FJRI. At prcccn the prospect is that tho <-"1rvat ire a short time, when he hopes to be able to .
S -.- I INiv i He p.ay dvida; the South, so as to impair the WlitS: vvtc will be so divided at to defeat a popular > party in the North i is absorbed in the dirty r POWKK ON R4KTII, X.VB1T THAT of tilt
I'hclii'ii a nil t1iiw the ilrcyio'a the House of leave on a tour for .Middle and West Florida. t Northern Democracy. These fanatical philanthropists -
upt-n of black
f chances f .Bucliatir.ii but in- die raJiu pool republicanism.
.-See the new firm of Heir & same : :: Kepn-ii'iitntirc! ?-at all trf/u-3 nil c\ ii.t to be deprecated Her .ii'compamed Judge Hawkins ns are now conducting a crusade

Coles in the appropriate column. They arc ho weakens him will he strengthen Fiemont, lan but. and at thli fl.reattniiiif pt-yit-1 pciiliitly the% ni'lot: ]>oriiM'ii'hock >v nnd i far as f'tilumbta! county, but his health failing Following on the heel of this important accession over the whole woild, and are endeavoring:
and if Fremont be elected if administration 'TOii* to ('rsi comes the following announcement to coneentrate the nobJis c.faII
an ftpniion
l,oth clever gentlemen, considerable ese. i s\5-tclil. What) I lln) ic.ultili !..tI I! lift venture him fn rapidly l ho va.i: forced tn return borne.I S mankind -
ii in tII(ir Imiincis and of incendiaries be inaugurated l, (lie Southern to prolict. Lit I will i-ay that I d) hut ecc tW 1m-t t 1 i in the Washington Union : against this right of: property. A'w/-/' ncc
? possestitig am-
I His I liiendsht the 1
Middle West and South
of Mr.! TilliiKTc's elect they slumld ecer injlueure in both
pn'lialiiJity: i'im by the I IIi>n' i> Tin: POSITION OF IIox J.\o. M. CLAVTOX. i a majority
friends of )tr. Fillmore ill be |
ViJ fjifl.ti's for lucetiug tin- demands of the \\ responsibly 1 of -iitali\e< I t think, I tlme-foro, it I' Houvrs
llcpres woulil be \\ \ 1 receive uit'i! sorrow ar.J regntilit' news ; Setiatur Ba\-ard, of Delaware, addressed of Congress tit yam a law, nut to ubol-
for it Wo do hOt this to \\ound the the t of wHiIoin and patrk-tMni in the Whi a
() say ( pam s (by ish this would
vrhicli 1 rnca-i: UI-JM who have adhlateil witlj no other of Col. Perry's miifnifnne depriving him of i; large and enthusiastic meeting at Dover, in I j I'roperiy-J/ be too pap.ab1 -
:-a--: fet1iugs 1 cf Kaiw; Nothing friends, but to j' a violation the Constitution
S of it
t-'ui tlnir [ his Staff on thit iilth ult. In the 1.
5- paity) lo ir rote*for Mr. Iiitrliunun nt the the immecriah-I opportunity of \i.-iting and course of
_. CrTlic third number of"rccUed LeoitIa,1 was warn them of the fil ..rhtful cf -queiu.t-5 they strongest nf) thr cumlid *, opjioxfl In Ihe Xoith'ni, i his eloquent riech heauuoKneed that his f fI render it of no ralur, under the letter, but
liis -Ilo\v-citi euh- !
I- loci late for to-dav's issue. : may entail V1>9U tnu glorious Uniou i>ift"ii il )I'!nh. Tliis they may ilo \\ illu.ut rinoun- communingith: p.s thi I colleague in the! Sfiiate, the I Hon. John M. |! againxt the spirit nf: i some one of the poicenr
oirjlifir% old wika1!;; faith, without stain of h"i.orr out lime .v't-ite. granted ; will later of his
S Clayton, would under! no circumstances any country gay
2L M'hat is there! then fur i fciispic;,m of aju'i.acy. The motive Lcin the iiitejrii- suppoil f that the.
rnconrajtcmenl ; I He I hnwi-ver fee} a.-s-ured Pftsident ought not to the
though either
To ( may Fremont Fillmore for the possess
'orepondnts. or
j ty f the Union I Ih'j defeat of a [party uliich ia foiniileil presi-j
Northern men to sacrifice h&me pn uitarily in i di c< sjriph"eal iHM'nminntii>ni nnd Lourid I tog.t Ii.t the hand of nflliction is upon him, that I e I i-. dency ; and we understand that this announcement !. jhncer of arresting suck an act by his retoiii7 .

\VoLate OH ovir table) conMniiiJcationsiiOAtgh .1 defence of t rights of tif! unj.'raleful S iitliJ--- i -r I.y ilauycM-p .-'.tticnal .1menwmth2 aU will bo vinric.itd ', none the less regarded by the? hosts of his was made with the entire approval of >I the solemn decision of the people should
t" fit'j' *,v'' cuiijectiiro, UK' twenty- < ( bv ;t t':d [pa'iioti life
Mr. ( iato The ,
is an maUcF to task l-erc of Southern j ; distinguished Delaware
fiSy | JAMia; A. I'KAKCi: political fui-nd-i ia I Ire remote, /rts; of the ; death
j four columns of the Fiorkiuui. Tiii* embar- { senator is not tIme man to stand neutral in a ,' or of the Union t We of the non-

raising number has coerced us to the rdcp- : rights ; but :; HUM to defend them in Now M. Pratt says- .State, who are impatwiftiy; % awaiting( ibe' op- i crisis Ike this, and therefore we shall be disappointed i' slaveholding States, entered the Union upoi

: lion of the millers rule-first cow>, first f York, Uoslcui or Chicago, as d'l the noble ;;, / //./' .J-!, irYrd\ &vdcp tho f.n-f, that ifi-n i. po'Uiul'.y' to bear him triinujiluiu'.ly to the gubeinatoiuil : if we do not find him on the side j ji ; the express condition that this property should
i Douglas, must have iron inrves and tlf-sac-t Kilhnore nnd I>ciiul-oii, will be !tHIthout an tlrto chair. i; of Uuchanan before the election- I f be protected. Whatever may he i ur own
tcrvtd_ -which ill account for the nonajjearanca )- rifici sspirit.. Look r.t th i rt'frtorsefess I rial ticket in iiKt>t of the free State", :mtd! it i is at imv : private opinSottt in regard to slavery in tho
war Here
I ll Ic two Know
is of ('anuinaV noblest :t/e
S ) cf::f: sevoial. interesting communirar i rate; tlie dulihrrntc oontiction of my ju'lcnicnt I llmtSrAir one sons, whom Noihtnj pillars, one ;\ abstract, oegbt we lo hazard all the blessing?
1 j waged on Franklin Pierce, on I oiiglas ; on TEV wtf.m. N(). CU'.itY the ) ; of whom out at for Buchanan-
j (-sLAvIaLi)1N ; Demofiviry of Frrtiid.iill delight! to c&raes c'nce !f of our free institutions..__our Union and
r tlyiV Uflvje QU.1)afld for (line.'c OOFi
'j ) some
L'MO.N. I If I li iht
} James: Buchanan.} No Southern man ever iv TIIK: am or ev.mnnppr'o.i. I honor. : the other, t-f Staie General! strength in, such crusade
m m Secretary -
a against our
\\ have al>,o several pieces of meritorious mate the in the vi< tv I )lai e taken, li will ieeFuarily -
t stood Ui; for our ri" hts more bravely) than follow tlaV) any ''oixrvatLve.ute f.'r the -. I Taylor and a life-Ion opponent t f the Democracy ;f brethren of the South I Ought we to jfoy

poetry, contributed Vtf iady frifu.d5, \ylikh i t ijiese dLtug411c'd men-noe ever t* count t Aim-Mean ni-niiaers I> '\ ill r-ppear i'i the ne.\t is ue. i f for' Mr. }remm'r.?. a< it will! i.e a vote taken fti-iu Mr. ground against r.Fillmorul [r the sake of enabling these fanaiirs to invade
to-red such furiMis o]>{''C:sition at home, and i5.kaLii. lilsr.iy ruil competitor. The declension of this gentlemen of the t FtUmv Deniesr-At-, ere w no Southern rights and render that fair

)ci vliey- are ; saifod still nr \wlentiyby It i H clenr. (then. tVat to tbe Smjih! alone eaj tiy! pjvtt of Democratic: Elector is made the text these ;( portion
of the toes When
mistaking; <
The Leon Democratic Hub r fitn'of! lcsr. KilInK-iv an-l r>.ni-Is: .|i 1 f.i i tl- srjn s : of our curnmon inheritance a scene of servile-
the friey-ils of Mr* F>'knf>re here in: the South. probable) oliaiu-u if an elcefeiral vi.te ; and it i-. t" i H" tor boasting; on the part of the .NV t.mliurL-/ .such nxn, and hundmU! of t o5lwrs iti tie j: war, rapine and murder I Shall we apply
Wns addressed by D. P. Hoguo, EKJ., on Is this State'f: Man-land. TciiiifSttc. *lr.ii That s in referwice to him the torch to the
; tha way to sustain our institutions ? Kentu-ky axu \- paper: >iys : sankpolitical )0 ilion heretofore aetupitd I I onagn'riicew-J- temple of human
f'hursdny evening last. It was a calm dispast'unate s<- that they profess to lok with time grealc Ii>-a
; Is it wise, or patriotic, or jn&t I We repeat, ..f SUCJ-.M. It It manife-t that} if this hope ep IP real Hiti ; himself a recont convert, ft vas by them, cut loose from their party ties, ihe {| liberty oor reared at the
and clear of the of $&oEai l and .
fctntnnent he roiild price > treasure and alJ
questions snpposeij wield a personal ir fiuence permit
that Mr. Fillmore has no prospect ol getting iteil 1. it might indeed pi event tin c-li'diou <>f MCS-HJ>. [ indication is certain-! that thej not ooly regard
involved in the Presidential contest, and Hurlvinan ant] Hncknri'lg 'hat and led to the ; a single electoralvote! in the nnn-slnvehold- would I only throw time /-lection of f'reid iit into lliefrtmil times past it was hs pride and! pleasure to !| the great contest as being between Fremont I trust not.
reason jydgnjent
-, 4 : lug States. The rcceui; elections iji some of Jlimtt of Ii'fiftKnt'itivij*, eompoeedas. tliat act-:7; ut vrhtTii Mr. K'ampbfH came tci view I and Buclmnan, but that the present position "It i is pos.-ible that a? senw future day tlic0
-jiid cordial yr4 of IV cJ/nyan ai'jl l Brecknridge. House Jiow i i'. i'K"s n-'t the (1Ct1.III of this 3flIs
: the States indicate whathU} tho l amf calculate time chiaccit i majority in Congress indirect
slaveholding mob
pros- hlou e, after a coyest( otw months of a lllackjinblicau lt j car- 1 of Mr. Fillmore is such as to forbid a truehearted may attempt, by
The ${ oaicr! !cfr! r i aUernativc for j pects are here. He has no controlling party epcaker. ailmouLJiUiof the danger: of ticlm rylag th;> \\ cst (H.-rineily the Gs4jralter of i iWhijtgeiy j Southern man supporting him. To mean*, te emanci| ate the sLvtfs'of theSoutlk

political' gvntlemei;, 5y- whatever nanjtikevmaj MotUi, We>V or SoiUJi.; The issues of the I' -xp'-iiment' Who Call doubt that our fM-h'jjfd fab-- ,) ;* ? Mr. Fillmore, he aban- j Tlire !is no knowing through whaS
S have Ieencalled before, if t1' varoed pre-i ric woiilJ! b* aaken! to i 1(8< Tery b/ the (done. the idea as m u forgo tm conclusion, and the rescue, then Let it not be said that an channel tho ever active spii it of fanaticism
;J. sent contest -jre important. I'/is anestion of election of Irsi iilent bein, I thitnvn-tipon ih-'v 2iit
- c p-e turned his ccmrjii&s-kni over to his alternate extreme Soutiem State like FJorala will stultify may seek toaccomplish its Do vf
the Union' of these States upon equal terms, i safety ty, the Scj h. We put the. *jueUon:: to | 1hne of'Kt-picsontativos ? On the other ImaiJ J, i k it i purpose.
nc4 certai-.t. beytl: l the contingency of a doubt, that- Mr. Harne<. hmf bjr sefyij* for a man who i Hi is ad- j feel s i' fccuTr. in this hour of peril fteiw

and looked to the satisfactory sett"t;; cnt of all of our Whig and Know Nothing friends, ,' the votf f the .StaUs intlicated fm Mr. luc-h$ nan, The Soiling iia* madri- crtc to iiit a purpcee. j mitted by die Know Nothfhg caiidida for abroad and peril at home, as to icUliag to-

the irritating question of slavery, but to vote j if'Fr-awnt be elected, G.TII the Union survive? ; vhen) aJded lo tha'if the other Soul.tin) St.-Ue, :JUr. ( prostrate any of the barriers which /fe.forwfitution -
.uupbell was solicited to | Governor ((.Mr. Walker vote
accept ) never
would urctirf his election and the eMi-T wnl safety or gave a has
for Buchanan whose long service and bril- If survives seared agauut hastf *trf dangerous
it k not instifnlions( mVhi
mu> cir j the Union ? It is obyion* tlrfitin thin; condition ol m ticant.ass the |Post of Elector before the Madison Convention j while} in Congress favorable to the South, legtslfUJm ? y the
Ijant career in the country was a pledge of i If it down, wjl: it iii,. slin bibod I In tSia OMiY .HWII-K CO.MFVT is THAT BETWEIN siyrxeftfr mu rqiToftherstspoufr'mors'
goes K&KK-JNT i1 BITIIAXVN ; that the only pi>?*ible re- y.'t-'t,. but he declined on account of j and who is against him (Mr. W.) and the mat&fsyt than at the
jiis and faithfulness in dis-
: ability, integrity God's name, why not abtnthi.Mi. -.. I'yJiviorci cult that the mobt paiignine of the frit-tula of F'iltrnoye reasons satisfactory to his friwufe.} This de- j SoutU on the great question of Southern present moments l' ff Ike weaker portion of

:harghi the high office the people will cer- I i and rally under the banner of- Deftocruy: as ami t>r>[ielon can hope to attain ia to carry the eon dinalion was not known ai tire line t t& the rights as involved' in CbWakulla Ksr.N1itaskaissIe the Union, whose conatitrtivnal rights are nov
II of
tiMt jto the u-e Representatives. Who
cjirfwpu the sige of Wheatland. the only political organization: that prc-MiiKes can Jackson assailed with svetiotfnee, to think ofaban"
!. co'jeeii'c any thing more fatal to the penru oftlu j delegates wiltS presented his name !.
- l\-Vi'OQiion'\V4iite, Esq., of Quincy, being I to defeat the vile purposes of the abolitionis-tsJ couiitrv iiHyc iiiMiie in political notion, ilia-j p.ich a to the Comention, and his subseq ict refusal eidaL"Observe dotting this safe ?rard would be almost sui'
couivufoS conduct leadiug to F.VH-V! a result' S S
7 rcsent> w is calli'd #$; and addressed the Supper MTS Fillmore to reah the House of Riprecvntatives to serve was in accordance with his previously County.

4 nK-eting briefly bujt-aJjly.} He stated that he Ougbta Democrat to Support Mr. Fillmore : with the votes of four or five States, (his expressed (tettrIlmI3matLn.: That determination here that Mr. Buchanan defends

I rt-garded tlie Kansas. Nv'l'A' iia bA! as the I ? utmobt jMisiJl/J: Btr :>gth.}:no man can seriously contend The-/foceedings-of| a democratic meeting the Executive veto as the bulwark of Southern
( that he would ls elected President aol .- ha'J. nothing h> do with calcu- held at Newport on Saturday last will be
shibolelh by \\hith tcr de-rrri e t ortho- I will be found Rights. Observe again- nd we call aftention -
//j i This query was propounded and answered few boiJ.ciiojgh -rsserfrthafr,underfriich lations as to- the "chances of the
S circumotance.s he ough/! !be. Tlw oidy. offset, carrying found on the first page of to-day's paper.- to tho striking contrast-that the-
a man or InrL.11.4 ( was Andrevr Jackson
.101)of i. Dondson in 1851 while
by (then (giving (the electoral vote cftnny )portion; of;ihe West (fsrmffrly the (Jihralter of Whiggery) The candidates nominated for the Legislature Mr. Fillmore have
for Buchanan and Breckcnridgc njid thp Kanssi 1 1 he was cdilor of the Washington Union in South to Mr. Fillmore would be to twrisfeft tin contest against IVfr. Fillmore." These chances party now supporting CTcr1
I bill between Mr. Buchanan} and Frtinont fiom the are Hon. Jamea W. Smith fertile Senate warred upon the veto an S (i the foliowing rallier curt manner: hustiogs to the Uoue of Reprc-BO1 latives; ard the \ve have reason to believe, .Mr. C. thinks very and James P. Carter, Esq for the Ifduse.
ciso in of uriconstitu
-t- \Vm.Hen.y Branch; Estj., will] adtb c fi thoClnb j I Is it not, J o the pip in. sense of every man, dan-rer would, in to that our event country, be, appalling now sufficiently indeed. menacing Who can, good.. He w HOAV ctigaged ill the canvass, This ?isa strong ticket, and" its cR'ctien isco I (lena!except k-grtJtKmn.> ease And> clearly that gentlcman.V.Iiia '

at Us next meeting. I a monstrous foolery to ark a national Demoeral coutemplale the occurrence of such n contingency and,. as it progresses, his voice will be heard .fidantlv predicted bv its friends. Mr. 1 Nnrtherii. tmnu liwn.tnrn.

t : The Democracy of Centrerille. 1 by two-thirds! of.his own part-vas aq, eleventh if lie failed to exert every possible effort to avert Smith, the Senatorial candidate, has been a ground' that the doctrines of his *
hour apostate from his KNOWN AU0LITION1S.H so awful a calamity I.t ? declaration made: in a public-) speech ai L lri- life-long oftiio party re
opponent ,
We have been informed there fine strained him,, from resorting to the veto,-.
----1 was a of 1848, to the old Democratic I deem it, then, to be my duty, aa well ns that of anna in May last.
!: rueeting of the Democtacy ol Leon at ConUevilJc all who believe with me, that the election of Fremont and for the last four years the vigilant Whig By (be tame doatriocs-would he not be compelled
doctrine of non-ink\n'ention
\ 0.3 m would be the death knell of the Union, to unite in the The Sentinel speaks of die West1 as "for Senator from Waknlla in the General Assembly to approve the aggressive acts of anabolitiou. -

- : on Wednesday last. It-is represented the ?* I support of Messrs. Huehauan CHIt Urcckcnridge ; and merly the (Jibralter of Whiggory." This ;. but believing,, with thousands of other Congress t Condemning as he docs*

that the discussions were Animated, .and interesting : If it ;roB.U'' h'aye Irtsn.' mpsiflrcus foolery" I nhall. Let sustain Maryland their Wbitj'i ele.qtpu:remember lo the best that of the my political ability. qualification is well put in. Tho writer, patriotic .Whigs-, that the time has now the repeal( th Missouri Compromise, would-

-Er ;.and that the democratic speakers, to srpporti hip), w ] S1;, .wlicii he was believed battle-now being fought; is. one of the deepest interest doubtless, has good reason for believing for Southern to throw off he not give his, asetut toils restoration
t: Jadge Hn\vkins and Dr. Lamar, bore themselves to stand tie "old Democratic doctrine to then ; that the mantcnnnce of the constitutional come. men. party Believing, a?he-has shown by his Votes, tbat-
S S.i upon lights of* the South i is the i.'suu tendered to the Ameijenn that things are not now as they used to tie*: and take position where duty peinte, and Congress possesses and ought to exercise the

--i, quite gallantly in the contest, commanding of non-interventipn- sort of foolery people by the Democratic party, and (ns the was in tint section-at least ho will find it considering Mr. FHlmore's hope as power of abolishing slavery in the Territories-
the> bighp-t plause of their political would it bo to vote for him since he has Whiga Shave no eandidRld) by that party alone ; thai utterly and the
nov in District Columbia would
I upon this issue the Republican party bate staked the to be so in Octabcr. Our advices lead us to illusory, he-enrols Himself under the Buchanan ho

jfrifttvU; Tha.IJon. D. S. Walker was repudiated that doctrine and gone back to Union; nnd in such n bottle, upon-nooh nn ii-sue, tlrey believe, ns wo conscientiously do, that a dfcided We in the of not lend signature to measures favoring;
_; !liotly pursued Hyiejifrdierf\ "his known abolitionism of 18-18 ?" We must be true to those who are doing battle in our behalf of flag. name a common these objects t ..But such is not the position
the vote of the
majority popular
I extort U would bo indeed sail if, in. such a contest, cause, give him.-a cordial woboinointoour of James Buchauan.. lie chierUhes the
and the
placed d&sow&af by. pause for a reply. the 'conservative strength of the country should not West will be given to the Democratic candi ranks. F.xecntive
veto for
-1 ed confession, that Ije (SJTc. >Valker.w) .Mf.Fillmote : -5--- be would be HI strange as sad if, in such n dates. noD oujy its general con
congest, Southern men should not bo found battling Push on the oohmuu.Wwcoxsix servative effect hi our system.1 of OTcrnmertti
i 'erew1de< apaft jn their opinions STKCCK DUMJI* Tho Macon (Oa.) Jour. shoulder, to shoulder for the maintenance of their own I bit f oi its epeci1 tue l* iudeeating the micbmes

: ncc.Vovthe of the Missouri constitutional rights."In .-. The-vtfbatiy Register, a leading Know ILLINOIS. A ol the lie
-.nth wferf repeat aol 4' Messenger, Fillmore pApe/, although AXD gentleman Aogti ntt $zea (

- _.t .5 cotnJ>mnjtK, nnd'the eoactmpnj, of the Ian- reaeissd* late as, Up 13th, hasn't u. word, I shalr ifeus bfe irvfxpres mccomplihmq.wbm4 rbly gratified I,if bslievo rrhal!to find be &mysc'lfauclained >diit-v% Nothing Now York paper,.these, saw two that titles everywhere(know-nothing.,,axceptin who recently traveled through these States, power as a principle of thi. Constitetlon', he

s X JTebBiiV iMd-rtUft.; foiW lip, laving either telegraphic otleriM", 04) the recent by time approval of my fellow Whigs, Will igiw- and black republicanism) are rndissnlu- informs us that'tho Democratic press is fighting esteenid-tt'lh inoro'as a "wespon* of defence1in
have refused to z4a4on.eLmher the party or. tho principles gallantly and' Bravely tho goad fljjJit ; tho hand of the South .tthl'he brtufr
as a blessing' ajpd the latter,con4emjipgfi8! a S eUetipris. 'Jlo fact is Inp v Nolhingi is in Gflpport of* which; v..e have so long nud so lily joined together in a hoTy wedlock.! ThoItrgfetrr thousands of patriotic Old Line Whigs are himself by. a pbdge. wHich i4 HO f extorted.

-1 oCthaw"patriotic' Iaralj} d bytiestIts of- these elections faithfully united, nndwhich we ehiill remain at perfect fqrttien says:. rallying a1OUHd/ the Standard* of tho.Constitution S by the ii c.eMiUes ol ft canvass, but which

not escaped theo raemries yea, a ,'thp sbn nrsaid, it is ":kiIt iiitirolr.." shall liberiy have succeeded to reeogniw m assoonasour averting the perils common that offortd now If Fremont- electedthe country will- and1 tHe Union, and bidding defiance ha aeeiuwM voluburily and from eoitvictio&i

tr 4Ik'5J7OIUC1iOr1t( AndJo andit chief loti't carcv about threaten our beloved country. owe the American party a debt of gratitude ; to the secl$ nahi&ts ; and ho assures us that that whUiheis PrwidVnt'of United SUtef.uo ..
inotrrners THOMAS 0. PIIATT. fur it is not doing injustice to other noble ad. there h not a particle of doubt'of success of Black RepaWlcan Corigrtis ;smalI!
:i that- t&CJafn occaslan l i1Ts ty, hot ann.aunciog.Us: death yet awhi he.I vocates of free soil to that the American
- say ; our cause, and tho rebuke nf the disunioujsts out }te chenea( aggre.ii3ou.. a;. j ands
Rnt'J it bon>#-or r-lbo>tono Now l let t'it be kept-in mind that Mr. Pcarco organization iu the East and Went* i-tho in both of these States by overwhelming1 iha. the nirtutiie cmtovjI an.iwpregimaU*'

t S fton & iaLqL r %t4rflu nybdy i.iu.- Land M/ Pratt are bntli *<'filhc; old line \vhijj backbone of the republican pam '. ." jorilv-PcnnsFtnafl bulwark.f) f>f SoMthcrii rights.

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,:Bntene ,klfft: ;" Kir, Bucbauan,* lircord on the SlaerjQacjtlon. ; [ BlTftWELX- ESQ. BTotice.YCJIIXO to the : 'u1c. I

.' SbiU Acic! n JtfCeJ.w Tfa'"ll t a ibs qjca"fcinpw ; has resigned hu rtnsition as a GENTLEMAN from Vir?inh. well I Omcr or Waanwro. Ifaf. MMTCHWTJVwAiV ot-1m, _
i:3. .TU1 ruxinvrerpt! ALL THCKS Jfr. Iio .L in Mathwmatic'. 1tb a twi't knrnrl.edit. ?' July I,1S6.
T. c'amoad gr.tnded
legislatnrp. was
d. t Virginia
Enquirer rlogeg
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AS Sf KK\c tt !fl titt an this .' .tf ITwtiretrK'.il Snrvprin-r awl Kn-n< wj:. ai-ronUM1 will*MI .mJ r <*f t*. Board ef Mar.-
." Se .':i.ifr."JLwjfc : 5. nfid i.r.ce thj* ryi.w of Mr. Bunhanansrtf ;. and noxv resigns 1 't.1 tilAtin' ,iTriluiriun in mi YJr$nevrin ; "v'I IN the oUk.rn.jfles1a.l i1 14 *V' 1 mute C." -

To niiko a-'jr.axlai" of the v : q;; : on tue ilteiy question$ with the fol- lon'ger act with that par I or irf evlfttf tWtr in' the Smth. I trirntiot Tot ft* WatWneton tfatkeal Monument hr
theft hte address ,to his con If uftieei'u1 tii tW, h will .vvept of a situation I arnt. Ir sBL
Sion.; howeVi'f uo/Xtiasl'eub'Uilr.te' tl c, J' j jr'urrt.'J.'j J
I. In be obtained. He will fufnwli the highest the) but It M d Mtfn* ? fi>r llie interrogatory forma :- 1530 .Mr. I'.ucharian juppoit l a bill as rtf hTta as foHows : salary can agent
Hurtful tias te-atmtfnMs oT character and evidence of purification I settlement of the iftwra of tle Socfctr. The Bor.I _ _
Ainricztial1 i rule Aniecc.iTfcU.. !ico.rdmgjo t 4) prohiIt! th rireuUlion of Abolition paparsihror. M ; ) M. been among for to'thinr the English UaoctiCJ, with Latin, Greek. I ii i we'll' as tiTe4of ercnfiMl '%t e&.fi* twtrc

Ac .Sentinel. I* the tiwl anA ul& ; h tlf? mailn. Tcath as ho V>.iL A.IL, from I'nT'verNijr' of I enterprise in which ith engaged, bat it Uaa l re1v.iI
ent hrfflratit members of thin know Virgrftia, J<*n Carry. &I.L U. V, !t T y'a lt7 stance. The AqJia and Oinoga oflZr"iw i/ui- I. : In Inn mm* year he i proposed &nA ro- I ) Ntt man \VrtAo so ably in I k DILLARD. Ljv&V&K.V plan, now under cnniA1irjation f'r enrouning i iftalaiKrs

ilg IMA olffl Aincrioaiiism- ifce from' [ or wjerlns from mug'. _ _
agent '
ihoi-c: ever wa ? in it. 3 In l3t-7 he enoHfe ((5 nn.i Vftt*'fl lo 1 been I by lia x.gorrt'fts ron- pendent cuufiltiutorK, are to t ha ent lor oraft. h1zUc .

But tlrta maxTnun itPcif, Iroiu any reject petitions for The oliten f sJ.uvery In iition, *hmgton Organ. Since he I to thf oriJr't of the Tfeamrtr Washington b uli. .
I Ino 'hE4r edftw, lhat paper has been i TS hereby given that application will be made to 1e at Xfonvm'tnt Socitty. enclosed! in a letter lo tbe u'ftdewigned. -
) Iioati interpretatiOn, presfrtU the
cjM-cial ap[ Columbia. ; ixirty !n America. .Mr. Burwell I JL General Assembly of (he State j'f Florida, at its By order:
i >lai for -. ICOfl. It raUcs no i Zsue- j 4. In 183G he voted fur Mr. < ';\llioim's fainons Hirt ?, l f.Viiious I'Jfth-afecJioii. In i next Session, for a charter f7- a tail Road, 'from tire SAMUEL' YOTIKE AtLE1'July ;

offers no dtrliatnMe ,'rouiul. Every body adi i resolntions df fimng llin rights oflSe I thmw ; caressed and horrorol m j In TowhiT'Qunvy or its "vlifcmlty, to the Uewgia tic called lin 5-dtf SeetttarjPlan'mtioii %V.N.
'crn'Jc ; tlw direction of B.iinbrMj/e. Ue 'rjltt; -
imtethxtAinerirxiwrfiaH! rule America. They ] Lites and the Jirri.< ol federal autlioriu.aiwl on t content. Dot Sc la j The Juinoy and Buhibri<]g<: Rail Road.An for S1e.'I'E .

wi \\iI1 rule .tmcriei. jio i at last. His repudiation ?. 16, 1856. ?.3ifcriTaxCoUectofsSal
nlxvnrs ha\n always alfirimng it to b' the of the
> duty government his support 'of IfiVcn.inan are Subscribers offer for taTi tfceir Plantation. I IS

Xobo'dv can prevent them. Wo might nl to pro'ect and npliold tht institutions! of I tire the highest t'onsvleratlon( of North-east Tallahafrfer.'conUiain 1010acrti
moSt ns well! nMt, Shall God rule the world ? the & ii4b.} mined of oak bit4cy and piu 1 lititil, al rich and prodtfcfiVe -
+ Ire l !il-"fc be told before' thffi ''Co'trrt House door in the rt 'Ay' is tfifc part of teon cr'ISWy. There are
But this tnaxim has an. interpretation, a spe- : T. In IS-TS-'a antl MO) lui invariahty \ !P.| either : I v to-n'of MonltOeUrt: on The A.I dny of Norem- un the rmitfla<; hose aid tTcreV. Sugar mill _ _

4 iLl nu-aninj and ajiplication. What is it ? i with Soutliern) Senators lln Ulutioii :j x d TIMES AX) MR. BVCIIAX- I Wr next the following land to wit : the E i of 3 E and Iei. *. dt Wtt* tIe. b'egfo caWn and tb I
against v:un&i< 'the ( I 4, Sections, Township 1. Range 3. N and K. Levied necessary out liouscs. Sfl) art1 V hind u elearei
Hear the} ScMiuiJ : "The general propuMj j of .inti slnveiy j flit ent, Times says : upon as the property of Richard C. Parish, and sold and ?fi a"gno l fn>c oT 'cultivation. g'd water, an

*. lion i< to give a prfferenco to natives o\vr 0.; !844-T he advoi-at alui voleJ i tui l.hennnexation I !ty; presidency will be a try i to jaticfy the State and County Taxes abundance of th! best tf timber. It will suit fit ofV
H interests '"d' mnt fycin JAMES D. MORRIS, or two plantation
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fortisineisfor o Zfr. Oflicel IsitposiiMe of 'IVx.-is. ; in .'* *i at AsKOwr and Collector Peons wishing to pnirltaxs will! come and s'e for

'Is not this the paily that some time a- i 7. In 1817 sustained lio! C'rutun f. i jonty. t I for Jefferson Countv.AU them elvei We will sell lower than the same quality
: .unprorni $ anticipate a'nyt'iuig ese. .
cannot >. i-s m'h. t-s of land can be bought elsewherrOtXX
go Vtas so fierce in its ik'iiuriciatjons **f
members of other political organizations; for 8. In IS.'jO he jnojicrtsed :ind urjed Tho extension !' is : }:-, Esq., an uncle of the MEDICAL NtP1t WAI E. FISHER. .
) i at his rcsMt-f/fe.( !?* July 12. ISofl. 28-tf _
wild hunt after office ; ift cir-
!Iieig engaged in a of the Mi-sojui I isv the
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And vrl if i' central( orgnn in the State of I'ar.ific rnfrnft. coi.tpiocti[ .i li'ifi that ., re'Jpec-led"!) a few days lieighbors shire- and lie ; Ths.) Taylor & Maxwell Hadfta Ciar '._ _

Honda i is goud atUhorily, (and who doubts} 9. But he (itonifitly aeijuit--d in thw Coin- of : ( I was one of the bidest living HAVImJ) the formed"puVffcbf a co-pArtnerchip VAlltthassee, offer, and their its Tin-rr- j I J UST rewired per 1L 1Ltbuib \\JO beVt \vtAitytigafi. ,

. it ?) iU entire cre nl as a party contains but promise of 18SO, and t-mphned! :all hk inlliionct I in Benninginif. The ex- cinity. Call atvl McbOUpfttLAnOBBT.try tb W
of the tint I erVas born in Tallalinsnep, Aug. 9, 18fl. 32 Sent.eopyIteftemMedieal
. Bcsnnint'ton
and that treats exehiMvely ;
our artilo, > in fu\or of the faithful o eoiilioii nf! the August 1S5<$. 31
tii-iiivf.i } (
born Itill
\VAs Silirimer
: inoiJc of dislr'tluling OJIccs ..4iJ r"tiially tlavo at ,
ILzT- fugitive ;t\V. : :
New Yoik, !o which place: College. Fla Plantation
erc/ore.! the .niy! qiu'-tii..n [promised) 10. In ISol: }he rernonjtrati-d ajr&inMl an) :' : ( from Bennington- Lake Jackson, ,, .
ppo.l.- :ftELccrn Qair
.Sctitintl; arn'l iie =c-i to peak | ; i iE Sale.
i.v the ( jiruK-s f-nactment nflli" l'rinSviiru! Legistatwrc: more For .
fl _
Eighteenth) Annual Course of Lectcrejin this
I'.ir his patty, fliut lhat, toon hi* ris.ini9'i.e1flt.y for obstrU'Otinij lh} ,t :irre<;l 1tt.l i | r.-tum if( h"itivo 1' I ; :inakc Airly tch) Stales as Institrlion, all rornfherr're on the first Monday, )i I F not prtviuuslv JiSp&ed of. wilt be rt>Id. oh tim '

; n man/' k iu I'l4"1' Hnolish, iv14t111 / o the' : Minnesota sxtv. Missouri in November m-it, nnd tlofp ott (the first day of March first Tjr&Jay' M DKCEilBEK wcJtt, at the Court
as ) slaves.II. ]
( .
( ? talhi1a5cc.
Houe diM him the TweutytwiiHumlrel j
r city o
endownmtnts from ,'
7 (;ir // of/ftr:!!/ 7 A\vay into the shade! 1. In 13rt 1 In lice but aU New luiglantl.: Ohio ex I following. Having: reci-jVed two and Four Acf'e* of( be l i iultlr OAK and
iu' -li.iU i{ i"r Srfjnitition I '! the State Ueofgt.1? :! it l Ift in possession of splendid j
lia-L! : or Sco'Jand or Portugal .
HICKORY L.tD, Ltli<'in to ,the. SUtc of Dr.Whiteh'eAd.
>\ith bii1. tai'itl*. sub treasury and free-trade of Culja. College Edifice, with Apparatus PrepairatMz5i, Specmetis -
.iI : and Switzerland to 11i! is one of the bt Coltoki l'laiita-
Facilities and Clinical Instruction
sink into obliuon the Kansas';: bill, with the | | woith than half I atiti a Hospital tyr tions b MJtfle fl'utbdrt &tiniit e h.r CItd tb.l
1!. In I IH. ho appioXvs tin- n peal ifthe.Mi is more as large under the direction ot the racdltv. C da- ;

g1 reat question uhich now.
orav and paUiolic men N -nth i and South, of the Kansas Nebraska act. tion of Mk riuri and Il FACULTY. aiid All nectliary out biildihgt ; a fJBod Overse
oldier f : Uian England, Scotland, Ire I L. BANKSTON. M. I>, Frdf;Ssor Of 11.ysV.logy. and er's house, Uln ft 'uc.e. Sere*. StaM *. Corn Louses. .
uvershsdcws 2 tJ 1 i i' paramount t') every other! | 1:?. lie never $gave n. vnte a in-t% the interests hn Vltl.l'.ry? fl1tt. MatcHa Medtei. and tA'en'y ngr crtbins all framed buildlngi, atd id 4

Wi lr3 t-hall have the offices i that is the of !:tVeian1, tu-xi-r ulti-ied a \\tird I J. T. 'CrtXE, M. ii.-, Professor i.f Principles and Practice gtxi| rcjmir. %. 1
of Medeiie! and Therapeutics. Persona to ex.iiiiinc this riantati .
| wishing are re
question," and the t uly one it appears which which( couhl parr tlittnos.1
Know Xothinjfi-m i* anxious to solve. ] : TO THE GOOD EFFECT OF Disease* of Womtn arid Children. terms. Ac., addrvgi the ouWrilx-h at Borzelia, Columbia :
'. ) I. iff. LOOM, A. M, M. D, Prof of Chemistry. Bo county Oa. .
Hut hear the central fmlher & Celebrated Liver Pills.BV .
organ 13
tanv, and
Phcrinncy Microscopy. JOHN n WIUTEHEAD.Auiii .
.. It is not proposed to absolutely Delude all foririi Why ho SuHpoi'Js: Mt. Bnrhanaii.Thi ; ) FLEMING IIUOS. I. M. COM INGS, A. Al, M. D., Professor of Anatomy t :!. 1656. td.T-3l Executor, & .. ,
from offiro. but to give a preffmiw to Amef irani sign i : Ami Sunjcry.O .
th: general Hilc. editor of the Lnncatorni r 'iiciu! NEW Yor.n, AUJJU.-J .n, 165-!. A.LOCm.ANEEo.M. I).. Professor of Medic*! Medical College Georgia;

} AH as that) was ever n nt mplnt-d l i* to awn Len and IVrw, (:i papbr tliat unlil l recently strongly 1 one ( i certify that I have LiJ the Liver Jurisprudence, Comparative Anatomy acd Comparative
, Tauiz ihe American wntimi-nt vftlw country-to l I years dun J ri')JJhich t'mt' 1 have I Arct'sT.t, July, 1855.T'llK 4

: i.ito alilv nx n lh) < poople and the goVetutnent, *i> ns party,) gives the following reasons why he ( C K bi r.ti'.l 1 i'ill I fcoir Entire ftcfor tide's! to Lctturls: : .: ; .: : -.$100Matriculation Institution will Ixmnncnce the l'ttl'DAY MCJ-

to induce th.-in. in the ex reiw: of ibt elective frnnhit. | | K. Jj. : l I did awl almost f 'irb only). .. .. .. . 5 IS frdVEMDEll NEXT.FACULTY.. .
..) .? and tin? j p.iwct- of nppoiiitinfnt, to give a preferlUt ; will suftnort Mr. Buchanan : j eo, am now I Tieket! . . . . ;. .. 10 i iI I
to ZEitIvd usr (ur-U'r! for all plaice of 1utiletiuct. nprfl-Jsc he: i is our m-ighbor and ft lend, [ box rfiD'-e x'Till effect a pennrtnt-r.t I Payable ii v.iriuble in cnnh in advance, at the opening j 1;. M. 1VTtL 3I. D, Anatoii? '

." and because lie has done more fnr the poor It ft-dort.mheti! thttc Pills to nil | of the sfs-inn. Graduati n fee, payable before ex- I. A. DUGA3.M 1>, Surgery. .' >l,

has > t liver complnlft. 1 have a'U> I amninati.'n.I ?*22. I. 1'. OAUVIN, M. D, Materia Mcd ca. Therap uitc .1
That i is all other things, ?wh us capabili-i of tin* city (ban all his trn hic *r< put togeth
i For pnrtlculafs address any member of tlie Fabultv, and Medical Juri#pniJctiCf.J. .
I ( t? l \ !tli ts>c most hftf results in ca I *
u, honesty, tW.. being eqal!, to give a er. I >Irv: ,Jt, Ra.Aug A. EVE, M. D., Obstetric and Diseases of Women
I Because he is a e'.afes-fHan' of (tlir first order : or dycpepsia. 0, l<*5r.. 3- I and Infants. e t
"preference to natives over foreigners for ofi i I _________,. _
of intellect, and! 1' Vnrtly !the sMpriior in hand t I SWltX So. llf Allohny St. - II. V. MILLER.. 3!. D, Physiology and PathoU". .,
lice." S. it :ipj,ears there} i is but one [.lank ; every respect of all hi' i'"mp! ,Mitor?. will be careful to ask for Da.. "M- I Mofcey i i gical Anatomy. (

K.ft in ihe Know Nothing platform, and that I'ecause he is an honest man: and \\ ill State I >D VEnMiFfGE, nianufaclured by Money ALEX. MEANS. M. I)., Professor of Cbctnislry.I '
D. FORD I'!. D, Initifutis and Practice of Mcd- *
one tsis narrow and fl.-.xjble, tliat we doubt administer the government honvstlv nii'l faith all \ Piltbburg, Pa. All other Ver. WANTED OB 4.

if I even the Scntindith his cool head and j jMe.ulv fully. XV. \ I are xvcrtlilce Dr. M'Lane's I CASKS C car Sid*3, dime.H.. F. CAMPBELfj5I. I>T' in-gieai, Ci'inparati, '
Hecatise he will b<' the I'rrsMm:, net olA and I also his Celebrated Liver PilU :1: 5 u Jlibbed anti 5ii<>io& opcal! Anaioiny.K. .
)ien-e vlll be able to stand nf) m it ; I 3 SholiideKi.i CAMPDELU M. t,1.D.-m.mtdtor.,( 1
faction section of the lTnion l hut Anatomy.
nr a I all respectable Drug Stores. Ao//r > .4 .
ly : i R.fij.t. S. B. SIMMONS. 0. D. .Wotdnl Jtetnonstrator.JL'RIAH '
the ,
Let -
\\ilhouta; u fiun np nrgnimut. |
the whole
prep. American will know
peopleand' slfinnluito 2'3"FLEMING 4 JoleS Superior
HARRIS, M D., Precentor to 1'rofcseo.k
The maximmeiioans( sliL1I! rule! no South, no North, no Hast, no \V.-st. but i await ; BROS. i :-1 "tierces S. C. Haitf of Surgery:

Ameiica reveals all there over was of Know j treat all iililie, fa lily nnd impartially, in the 1: lo Drug Stores lit Tallahassee aid ,f 2 Bbls. Lard L T.fttms will bc'JelJrcref! regularly at thk
i 5 Kegs City Hospital, aid pportif'iilil-s tvill 6c aftorded
Notliiii ri5nif and all ihal there i 1.> in Amoii i t no spirit of the Constitution. i', town in the South. t II) Blils.VidIy.. for the rtndy of ample Practical An-jtrror. ii.

canism." AH that was ever contempUted" i Because we know him am1 l can truly; say : q'iaier.'M.t I j 2 Monongahalia Whii-iv, Fees fir tlc! ciitfrc! Corsiv.! : .; ; : .$[05 0 >
that he is one of the purest as he i is among thi ; MABItIED. I 3 M. E. Rum, Matriculation Tifkct (ti lie taken oiwf 5 t0
bv 11100 xvho makf thU maxim the j the ablest, stitesrnennow living.' I 4 Gin, For; furlhtr! particular*, apply l lO. t..

watchword of thir party, is lo gJve a preference in : on Thursday the 26th day of .; 7 A. M Brnndx. '. M. NEWTO.V.. Pear; .
1 [ ( Rev. Seaborn Jones, Sir. THOMAS 3 Virlegaf, July 19,185S. 20 U
*. to natives \cr foreigners? for office. Ridleysrille Democratic (ILl b. I 200 Sack Salt, : 1

ThiIs i Jill there is in the maxim and tho ; At a meeting of the citizens of Uidleysville to county The, Ga, to MI STATIRA 40 B'K! Plolil-'EXtra and Supeiliuc.A Notice 1
r i ; place. said THOMAS A. L S 0Ceffec
maxim reveals :tll that! there is in Ameri-i for the purpose of organizing a Democratic ,, a.s .1 ; at th5 time of his fnrriage, and I NOTICE is hereby given that appJJcatilm will bj(
his Sugaf, ,Golden Syrup-Pint Quality tt> the GeflerarA. i nbly. W Florida, at
'" The ooncln&ioii, then i is undeniable | Club, the foil ivt ing ofltcer.s were elected, viA. / : folio*:ng, being the 29th day of Pepper, Spices, Ginger, tc., and many other articles. its next Session, for a charter for a Rail Road from _

that there is hul tnr plank in its platform,and t Campbell, President, S< J. Johnson Vice colic, ttifli inflammation of the Gallon S.S. KNIGHT. Monticelio Flu:, to the Georgia line b the direction
Aug. __
proj>oed tu exclude all foreigners from irfI I Messrs. W. U. Jones, M. M. McAllily, Dr. ( : :: _- -'- (GEORGIALOTTY August ?ulgS9.. 31. 1

lice," but only some of them. And thiIs all, j jnb 1'. i K.: Jones. J. R. B. Cttil.'flm, Commhfee on : od. i Received, FRESH GARDEN SEEDfe.' '

the iSinlinrl that i fail { 1 11. PETTIS :" Authorised lthe State .
>olnely: ) (ill, according to ) :: arrangements. I [ tif Gcoige'a.] GROWTH 1855.

Know Xolhingism has io ofier to the country | There wil be a meeting cf Ire Clab every tier much i ;' : Sidrs*. FORT fJ Ll IJ.UTA jiflt rtt Uagn vd, Flat. Turnip Cabbage. Bccti, ti- I

-a disciiniination betwcrJf two classes of Saturday at 8 o'clock, I'j Mi Star, -trtvIiJ-1)-j AMES A i/lVELt./ :

*-hizen in the dNtribution of offices. With J Jtil A. CAMPBELL, Chairman, |\ -Cured Hami, LkJJ1.IiIL1iI : __ January 5. 1856. I. !

j its midnight assemblies-its secret pro- I DAXITL FKBGUSON, Secretary.LITTLK : | I ijiis.i Wantedtornre.
;I '
out Oil
reedingin oaths *'gns.- r'IS cd passMord. j r Family Flow Ife JfawHi In the CitT of 'stla'Wa.' Georgia, in pub- to work on the Railroad, for '\iboto libe Fj
.=-its National, State and local Councils j jit UIVKK, Fin, A'i ( 18.>!5. I be at ? I; lip, oft HUliSDAY. August( iStli, 1S66, on the HANDS wrM be paid. .

< conventions speeches and platforms [ To lie Editor of the Floridian : i in : flaah Plafl LotteiT .ROBERT bAMIrU; ,fli. 4
i I OASIf, Vr Juh26, ?f85*? 30-4w '
t its rioting, violence and )ilcod'4tvdwith all i DJAK SIR :-1 Laying receinly accqd the f IL If. BERRY. SAMUEt S1VAIE & cci., Managers.. f

I: these, its only end and aim was $o awaken | 'nomination at ohc of the Democratic candidates j 1 : S3 In Leon Circuit Court.. To fall Tcrin 1856;
nnd organize the Ameiicnn sentJinnit of the ; for our next Genr.iJ) "Assembly, and i, / PRIZES AMOUNTING: TO $201,000 Rufus S. Herring; 1 Attachment f'r 590' ,
Goods and
party Groceries vs. > amount of Debt .
: Will bo distributed aie6fn"ng to the following sworn to- Ii j
country-to create a wholesome public opinion | learning that the Knownefhmg or ; I 4 William p. Gaakins. J Bond for $181.rpHE 4'

nhich fchouW do what always has l been Party claim ?ne as belongmg to ther? order, ] BRILLIANT SCHEME : Defendant and all others niter'ted4 are btrc- '
F '
aby notified of the institution of
BARK the above entitled
j GAMBLE. a largo NUMBERS-.15,18'5 PHI2ES
loneiz) : give most of the offices to native it becomes me m all candor to explain my Stock of Dry Good, Boots, 30,000, suit by attachment, aid are btreby' required to!

i-itizens. And in these of to the connex-fcm: : *il\i\ that farty* Iu December, \ I Cheap for Cash? Cash } 1 Prize of .. .-"MO.OOO is . .$40.000I PP| car and plead lo the declaration filed in the case
days peril j of j J. IL LLOYD. I . I 10,00<) is . . 10,000 withiiti"fce months from lhi dat a i required by
Constitution and the Unionf when a ik adly 1854, I joined the order, but finding it not to a j than : 1 .. 5.000 is . . 5,000 law. U. K. WALKER, ) /

strife is between the two sections of suit me> I have never since that day met in :, i GROCERIES ; 1 .. 2,000 i is .. ,ooo D. W.GWYNN, j AllrffJuly
raging I : > do., "frttott nmfkct Cee/inbbls., 1 . . 1,000() is .. 1.000 I 13, 185C. 29-JJtn v Ii
have I had de
the countrj' and the South, tlic threatened any lodge or meeting, nor any joti | ncSrfel, tickled dalrnon, Tickled 10 200! are .. 2,000 -.- "

pariy in this ccntes*, is called nrwnrf erery 1 gree's conferred on me, but have ever considered !I ', Oyster Clam, halIbut Ac.- 100( 100 are .. . 10.000 RiA 1srr.u're. 4
myself) absolved from obligation t><, fjt'bj'Chi#'i fJcIimfrpE, JlaMns? 'I I ?200 Appro'g to tiO.OOO Prize, are 800
consideration of defy ur4 J 8eJf-preerfatkMi to any \\ill : t ';ar Eols. Ncfts. PTTbert., John1 An- I t 100 10.000 are 400I W. Y. P'EVTOB?, A. M. ?widen t;
then and there made, and I leave an intelligentcommunity I KrtTan'd iJeady, 7\vi. tIl,., 75 I
present a united front to the foe, fhJa} sordid, the i I 10,000 are 300 (ASSISTED C6jiPrrE.Nf Paorrnsoii)
of the claims ) for Cash C.t.-h ?'! C"asl'i !IfI I '1 M I) $.000 are 210 ti
false and flinrey iseuc i is sought tv fa thrust to judge j that I t 1 I J. ft. LLOYD. J M 2.000 arc 2oOI cercis oftiiJa Institution wiM be returiied

upon the jKople to divert their atteTrfJofl and said party have on me. as i : Assortfiffin't 6f Western I I "' 4Jf ". loot arc 160 JL ou Monday tl lie Gth day" of October. next, at Q
? ? i'S 'elude. A. M. .
l6u7fJI!! confer a faror by inserting th'wnoto were m 1 1.000 arc 10O4t1
ciljjple their energies. Even the holy name I | Produces **} 200 artfSOOIS.rjno It i ie important that SludeuU cnlerihg1 then should

(patriotism is invoked iu urging the young in your paper. ,! : !' Ritibcd, ) s aro . . /. .-. . 120,000 l b.c preaout oo the first day of tho eatkiuft.
: t flea- The ColLEGUTC DtPiaTHLTr embraces a full and '
of Florida" fo embark in thrs rafcious Very Respectfirfly: 1 p.
men ; 15.lSa 1I1ZES, A MOUN'TINU t J O4,000 entire course ot Ancient Langruacct, Mathematic and
and ob't. v't..
Your friend sei
and suicidal fctniggle for tire J po3s.! They to }Yj (.:", The5.0OO Prife of f? ae tlAt fft'iWNl f y the the usual Eftglftfabrancbcs'tatiglii in Scutbera'College
II. T. ROBERTS.Daring turn *. Tho Labfatory ia etjppffc.1 with ant
asked in the" formatter of fFrerr political' number whk-h draws the ?-fO.Ofi6' i'rie-flthnt num- a ne
are : Xn. 1 Var ririt.l; ; l i- should be an odd number,jhen every mid nnm- isplendhJI set of Apparatus, with Chart. Maps; "opinofra) > to oiwider and exanrhie fnta this tlw political canvass in 1R52, Mr. .', vi*. her ticket itt (F'J Sdi'eht wnl be ?8 ; if an The FR PABATORT TtiTittfyir.'t' will embrace all J
Amcrtcaif prfctcJfA; devotion fo the I Ca>h Ca-'h l bv' even numtM-r. (ncn evt'iy even, number fJcket will IMS the studies taught in llgb? School and Academic; '$ _
gre l BfciiAX/i.v was an ftelive advocate of the next J. ii. Li.6vi I entitled to $8 in addition any other( Pjize which Grent attention paid to
Constitution and the tTiirottAc* What election of IRANI1AN PIEKC.P: anif irf aepec'ch .i here :!3-2t; 1 .may beufafrn'. Students.

principle !" We uaffr aectf aoove ( I'tircfiaseM in biiyin* an equal quantity of Mid Awl EXPENSES OF TERM :
delivered before the DernctrraCj of I. ) ) of Co-Partnership. even number ficKvtt vifl tc certain of driwTurfn-arly The Tuition Fee for the IIicr Brand Ha'fXi* ,

that Americanism" has but offo grezt principle Western Pennsylvania, on the 7th October, or Tie/etofore existing uetwceu John mie half tjie cost of tfre some, with cfianccs ofootaiuing For the Common English Braflche, ft 06'

and that is, Who shah hare tht dfficct ? aid lU>berC Heir in the weighing, sto other Prir>. Coiiliiijrctit Kvx-nira| j OQ
1852, : I ever bI4t( esa. i is thia daY dn olved All thcrse tickets t&iiii'* with 0, !?, /, n'fT, aYe even, Board can be oUainedin the( city at moderate rate
O bhame, where is thy bhrsh f! Thrs, then, Tlie Fugitive State Law i is all the South the BW)0M1 A )!EfR. all (untie ending with) I, 3, 5, 7, 5. are odd.. ayablo tiuaitei ly in advance. *

J, the standard of patriotisffif erected by Know has obtained in the Compromise of 1850.It .- Remember that every Priifc rs drawu, and For a tataloRuc. or fuithei'iaforuiatil*. address D. I IB.
both fcte letter and iyahte in full nlthout dudi'fciion. Clajton, Askistani, TalUhasaee. Florida..
Nothingkm and iU for the "young is a law upon '
organ j. l* A1V Prizes of (.(tiOnrtl nrtF i1 pnid immedi August 2.18SB. 31 ei
men of Ftorfda! And yet in almost the the spirit of the Constftarfon, and a similar Co-artner'sliip ately after the dratijug! othef prizes"ut the usual --_ _ _ _ _
law has cxrstetf off oar sfaierte books ever R AND JOHN P. CC-lES have this thnc of Uiirty Jiyf.: A Plantation for
next breath we are complacently warned that since the aAsriursfrafrcni of George Washmg. to co-iartnerbljip[ i itf the business of All cotwiiunirafio'js ftrictly omi/idcntiiil. The Sale.

when Cataline attempt to werihrow the ton. llhtory !e dies tw bo! for A e provisions ai'id selling cocfotY t),anti also Co nuke drawn number will be forward] to(purchasers iuimediately ffl UOdCttfled iil sell it jmi'iiate ul'. .
Bertie* of Rome, he txmtmeaeed by tampering cotton sent to their care'. I after the diaxungl Tf7 '*<|}raM' p&Wilafia; Lea toSe JTvim
eY&gki've slaves
Li tttA and corrupting youth efthc country In fveT our present HEIR A COLES. 117e' Titktta ?10-Ifufvf* b-Quarttr-i 2J.Prrw Fat. of Tallalrauee, euqtzihi S rHuoJrtd acr t of
!" Othou modem CatalkMl Constkatiov teeter would have exfeted. 33 Tfckcts oiRocd vr renewal in other ticket at excellent Oii1 *iI:Hkkoty,aI .1ard Oie bm- .
Think je fat the Sorrth wHl ever tawely! SON I cither OftW.Orders) tired anH fiTfy (which u undtteijAfvat.bit:.
ButMr: Kditor, K tbv Sa&lnd realk ics Goods I Tlicrfl are on tie prunWs.a ihitor iili
Law Ndtthern ,
render f&ar PfgifrVe? fiflafe 80 or tickets can lie addressed either to dwehIj
(peaks by jnrfhorkjr for its fMirtrtw articfe fanatics aifl a&olitfonists JwOiT ing S. SWAN A CO, Atlanta GJI. houslc, ataf' orCftsMry out Wucs; witS 1
under review give ground far nspe* Under jects oa S SWAN. Montpoiuery. A I.v boue apt! aefiw. iiit rate. well r-sttT aimd g $$
and _- heait iljcti ('U (be ace. For term of .al..i :
tieipreRKtM-e- genuine enliglrtenedAnMrkan ,
of California Mr. Buchanan t'rorr: all sizes, I'Y' hc sti'e.eri.,. ,
te HKnj
8peab gf : "n to*
scndmeo one after another of the ( 6, &, A FO1. NEW BOOKs, .\NIKt pc.emes.L S
dogmas of ffcfe tjRft-totii'ind sfr-jfjferf AeTIat4Igmr.d in one of bis epeeto ui4a. ffolri REC1IVED* a' !?, tsr.. 2lGfioisu .
per It. II. GaniUc, m\ iissort.
iUa wJH adwit tlrrit thtr qle of that JUST
by p of new publication-, -- "**"* vf..a.i.
Tobacco ,
OWfl c6mp-.Wb fefe e f"fa once Territory assembled in CoirventPpn to form a Lime, '1 ales. Travels, ic. ir stiig;

'anteCr 'tbjz Mfl Pi degres 8ta r'Conjfitotfcri, P scsii ike sole, the ex artteU hi dialing soap. Miss Murray's United States QIs'k 4c5iIAc '
: ( K, It Co.
The Complete WortU of 'W'ar.tjsf fli _
wfzeTher ,
clasive fa determin slavery
bk 'fi* Axm to ,
power A Chnafistory of Ok tT6ff d ats, 7 ILAa3.'c., April 23Jl 1854. f .
thall or fchafl nor ext wiihin- ia lfniits"Ceititkttl fffotiaof. which we are sell Simtu'c Ewtatft T>KOK>SAL3 are mjt,4 fu"truction flu '

best *. ,6. A J. llEGlNN 1SS. Ilia Both Boya..Jamea"i of wooden talTffti pr4eiglsmrtheEneoIi -
:: i.foT1ik Vo11tiflxirroiu' 33- t tMiuihr.4 _, ri.(4lt4; (
Iris 1ni1RsiLIrtI3I the jut4in aid,U*
The r ora ifn, 1IIii.j
August 6. The Amerfcan will Notice IMwcr and "OWc'cnh fn i hY1ee,. Rail EMwf to tb* Snn ano*. Rirer. Soo a!
eonventfons havo' united on a cute 'I 'tffun'V ii reook-vd &utntdikMy.-, eoaatro ti i of tS I-S5
& peopJe'f will b roseifed until August 2 ;fea9 tr 1searrrng'to tlin1i," I < < _. _
Fremont electoral ticket! .Henry 'D tfon 'and 'curp t: order thoS&eets and Squares of. It, er* 'taY4'e 't: may the bfe road deferred, tu ha enrapWlH at .s1*' rfcrtmof !
Eo> *
JJulio dadth, betngifbe.: electors at large.- the Cemctry for the b-Uitce of this iiiil] prcg1cie1. ar ? T v4 for
plans drifts. t4ii4c'.
prK at
t7I VM.4' ; HUTCUIXSON Cl'ik, riv1; ui* &cMlt. McttTGA1.11 & H6BDV, .
_,/: Strong.rtsulutwJis were adopted in favor of own C. ( : Au-jn-.t"' t8MV 31( E C.'C&nLbL,4j.J
1 Miv It) lso
v1'ric Fremont, army 19 _
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r EW OOODS.PRAT9BIOUS. BAILLIE & WHITAKER, 4 TO THE PUBLIC. -. Important to Honsekcepers, For- .tnanofitftorfcif Laccmr'a Improved LJqow/: Cordial;Process, ''Effirytscta, Dr. MIA*

General Commission Merchants I DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854, 1 visi"d FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS.Arthur's Bererag*', Vinjar Bitters, Sjrup. CElBCEATEp"iPILLS, -

T'HN j Dr. W. Mn *le;' Infirmary at Griffin, Oa, for the Eseenes,Wjnet, kc. VE RM1-YLTGE

4 NEW PORT, FLA.HAVING purpoM of obtaining relief of' a very painful and dutreKing ALt EIXM or tlQUOR CAt )t UjOTtTcrClt& fO* 12 TVCOCXMTS
CAXCIE; of the nose and tyt. My nose was
MERCHANT TAILOR, pun-liased the interest of ilr. TEOSA all entirely gone'before I vituttd the Doctor besides Patent Air-Tight PU .

; Deaicr in Ready Made Clothing and (tin-Mute finn of RICHARDSfe a very deep ulceration on my cheek and about ray FrfA Fruits and Toma- A N OUTLAY of n Ulfornibtheappmratuifor.11 ,
and Water iuto the
tt-nder tnr frieud and the converting Whiskey strongest
WIHTAKKR. public
) we I tin bappy and proud to that Dr. Mo.ely CANSpnttning
t'ye. say
i Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods ,our svrvitvs in the Storing. Bu\ing. Selling,R* ivliig did relieve me. and bad it not been for my baring to used in This artifle States an last extensively Vinegar io 86 hours, fit east of two to three cent Tw ol'the b.t Seth.L ,
Northern season
the East and
-4. -- nnd l Forwarding of Cotton mid Merchandise. cold bad per gallon.
myeelf to extreme weatLer I
expose ,
very will be introduced to the chuens of Tallahnssee and vessels for this
I jnlPl! )7t fEll r and sincere The onlr necewary' purpose are
our frjenils j Isatrons we retuin nur do believe that I would have had DO return of the
who has row They are not
thank) for tW patnmge hiTi'tof.-re extended us. and disease. I visited the Doctor a second time and he surrounding country by the Wine of Whiskey barrels. Tb"substanc s with whlcf. recom

: SPRING AND SUMMER h-pw by <>-ittciition to their interests, iu future to relieved me again; and eo far as the various icports the exclusive right to manufacture io this to vincinity call and f the It is Universal
t iM-rit continuance of lht' same. about the Dolor's coming season. only necessary can be found io any of the forests of America. as
injuring or failing to relieve me,
CLOTHS AND C ASSIMERES.I P.K.H\IIL'ii FLETCHER WHITAKER. examine these article and the recommendations of Persona without the slightest knowledge of tliin VIHI
they are positively false. As rejrarde Dr.
Moseley'eskill the who have used them to be convinced that Cure-alls but
Nc-w ?, T.a 1S56. persona iDes are led imperceptibly into the process of oanufactore simply for'what
: *? July 1st. in the Treatment of Canetrs, I know of no Physician ,
and economical article
AM now roceirinsr i extensive nnrtiient ni they arc the beet, most simple rvbich is by DO mtana corn pleated.
in the wojld that I would
; Cloths.: Caisin-res.: Vtstii*. Dr.ip d'Etc. White booner rely on than for the ever offered to the public They can in found their
purpose Tina work to be at No 60 Camp stre.tsod
Havn: disposed of interest ;in the late him. Ae SURQEONaud PHYSICIAN name
: is
my a
Brni and Fawv 1.ienii. White and Figured Mjrsrj'.les. equal be used by the mot unskilful withont the pur
: person at the book store No. 48 St. Charles atreet
Bailiie t
?Km if Kioli.irils"ii <\VHtaker, to Messrs. lo any in the Southern States ; and I r.m happy to opposite
all *if which I am prejured to nko up \Vhituktr. Mould tender thanks f) friends audI that I found him per
I my my to bo a andPhilanthropist
perfect gentleman *
,, notice in the aiott fashionable! *tU6! and ( i r ascm&ble I pttrous for their firmer kind.-iew, and confidently re- say and advise all afflicted with 133 Purchasers are f npplied with a circular containing amount (two dollars)can be sent pe r mail i is goldi ports.The
j.crsous full and directions for fruits
terra$. I commend lo their favour and mv successors Cancer rtliablo puttingup and the work sent per return mail, purchaser must en VERMIFUGE
visit the DOCTOR for
j support to as soon as possible and
} in those Cans the whole
and tomatoes placing
process chose 20.cents in to and the ,
ALSOA Register
in business T. .1.31. RICHARDSON. have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. stamps pre pay
conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A Book. Address
; AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF .TiHv26.1856. COi Rome. August 30th, 1855.J5 expelling Worms from
LAKOE large supply of these Cans will be constantly kept HENRY WALTER 4 CO, Publish* .
CLOTHING ? Mr. Ransom Cooper Finned the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should

-: ; C4istinZ ia part of hmerette Frock and, Sack i THOMAS\ WHITE\ presence.Rome, August THOM 30th, 1855.AS PERRY, Font Master. apply immediately ns the fruit season near at hand. 3J The groat value of thin work haa Orleans been La.aufficicntly the human system, has
are"mat's the undersicnod and
All Cans sold
k FRtiy Colored Frock and Sack 'hap rEt Fr- -k. by war proved by its adoption aa a text book by .the
Sick awl Businws. A'p-icra' Sick awl HiiMness. Whi: MANUFACTURER Copper nnd Sheet Iron ranted safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. various liquor manufacturer of the city of NVw'York also been administered
I in all kinds of Plain and Faui Awful Case or Cancer Cured. May Zll, 835. 22-
B.wn and Fancy Linen Outs Bak! D.nj t Etnnd RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.
Wlntc nd LiiunP. i o\- Tin Whres. takes pleamro in informing the c'tizens; THIS is to ceitify tint Col. S. 1!. Harri of Craw with the most
1 J>cmnr CaMimere. Pants Fanrv of T.-ilLiliHS- and } that he is This work will be found to supply the dealer in 1 1qnors ii satisfactory
"White and Mnil! Ve&t. Fancy and | th surrounding country, ford county, came to me in the year 1851, wilh H Cancer Piano Fortes.1TE .
: Pkin nts.Silk Vests. Shirts.Fancy C-.ll.tM, Cravats. Uinkrthiits. 'j now pnpin-d tis wait on all that wich t<> patronize: on his chin, of fourteen years standing, the ehin- wine vinegar, c., w th a thorough teacher and results to various animals
him in hs line of ImsineHr als> tender* his thanks bore and saliva glanda hud all become much arc prepared to funiwh PianoFortes guide amid all the varied atd intricate procesesa cf '

Drawers, Glovea, Hosii-ry.JOHN A" PBAETOUIUS. i to his friends and tSe public tenorally f-T the very diseased, and his constitution; nearly ruined.very Mr. Harris 1' V of the very best quality, this business.-.VI O. Pjqjurz to Worms.

1 i lilwral patronpire. with which lu ha* lu-retof.ire l>een had been under the treatment of many eminent upon the most liberal term It were a work of supererogation to praise n book subject

._April_19, 18J6. { favo-i-d, nnd he inipes that a continuation of the name physicians and among them was the great Dr. Shep-- They are second to none in any country either cs of Mons. Laeour's writing. The volume before us ia The LIVER

j v ill bo irrantt'.l nm. ard. of Charleston and also, the celebrated Dr. Mnr- to quality or pri"e. remarkable for iM completeness and the exact practical PILLS, for

He will constnntlv! keep on hand a fa'l supply of nil shall, of Macoii. why treated his case twice without Every Instrument will be warranted. directions which it gives. Old manufncturm will

soils ,>Ware usually kept in an establishment uf his removing: the disc-t He finally went to Dr. Marshall MILES NASH it CO. find all of the old! mt.dea entirely superseded. The the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -

: t line) <>if business A full assortment Sheet Iron, a* he tuc. the third tune and he nfused }'ebruary 23. 1856. 8 u'e of the old formula would appear as the "("am o!

Sheet L ad ; Lad Pipe. ; Sheet Zinc. Cistern Pumps t" do any i hi tig moit* for him. Soon after that time filly'* in the presence of the new once suggested in all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

i 4 and a great many other aiticlci* too numerous to men j Mr. Harris heard of ll.e} many wonderful cures that I -uiiiaiii. thin voik. One of the principal objects appears to l 1b4"

j tinu.. I had made, and visited 11W at Gi iflin. ns a lat resort.I to avoid, a*, far as pos'ihl< the use of apparatus 01 SICK HEADACHE

NOTICE TO BUILDERS. commenced tieating his rase and'! in m weeks the received COO OCNCCT Slllph Qllinim I expensive (to the operator) appliances of anv kind iu

: Tin Hoofing, GntN>rin.j. Copper and Tin Cunductint; C.itcras all removed an.1 the soie neatly healed. JUST Crtl 11(1, 'together with a great variety j the rn.-VDufarf.jre of liquors, dc.-JWw Yuik Turn &c.Purchasers. -

OFWithdrawal Pipts ttc., all t-f which be promises In do in the nux-t This case VMS awn and witnessed by none than five .Sr pure Chemieala., AMES i LIVELY. Thii volume contains the art of preparing and putting ,

4 1 work-man-like maunir and s>t\lo, ansI of thhct nvion hundred persons. 1 have the (,'anrcr now in iiiv possession Aptil 5. 1860.; 11 up the whole list drinkable, from a choice pipe will

of Lands inFLORIDAADALABAMA I terhil. fcl'Oitcst notice and mast runnonable terms ,and any person can see it In calling at my of of Otard Dupuy, of the vintage of 1795, to a simple please

IIavin Iven lujagfd for the lust ci. ht years in ficc. in in Onlfin. This case: was witnessed by Olive Oil. mil economical, manner of making cider without ap be ask for

IsU-iIleSS: at this place he thinks it unnerssary to re- .. THOMAS JONES of Oriffin.Dr. \ SUPERIOR article for Table use. Jst: re '. pies, by furnu-ntation. A friend has nppli d the recipc particular to
J. D. MARTIN I cei\ed by AMES & LIVELY. for converting 23 gallons of whi>key info 40 gal
| minend hi-u elf any further t" the pubic as legnnlsj Dr. C. Mc'Lane's
j I I.i.4 capabi'i'irs as a -chaiuc. but nt the s.imo time heJ E. W. WILSON, '( APril 5. csr.r._14_ Ions with the mrt satisfactory results. Th- latter
: .r.f thc act EZiti l An : t r.ti.g does
T is quality not r M t.t\ equal Rrn.'uut in'-'X-ca-
J :i-<;,iij ;;11 that f.av(ir him with :t call, good work and ,
1. riub:. i 'c"I, t.) tt sit Jars. i to the former VERMIFUGE and
j ebtap: prices. I do certify, th-it myself and many other?, of this Flower tmgproper'ifs; ti/ongh the 40 gallons
Fbir Ia ini hjunt. t' ai.1 in the'ruin, f I of much Gnr color
td 17th 1 Having temoved froic the t ld stand f Tinprly known place, were ey- wit io ses to the abe fitted case, 4 LARGE !isortment of Himer Jars, various Si &a a tnrte, odor.ev York
ti l State .
c-rtiin rcilrt'-vls n > appim M.iy.If j Mtthnnic, LIVER PILLS
JC. all tho I .u-is 1 Uiiij xuthi.i Sftot-n mis! on tu-h | as Whitfit Slu'ser. he ill l I.e found at hi stand cor- and that Mr. flatria loft perfect! *vell."A. L V. re*, Just received and for sale bvAMESt j Th.s much talked of lck ia at band. It cpntuu ,' prepared by
II. amass
will he .
1 he
nerof 200 fint street, where glatl to wait LIVELY.
side of the f-JU iiijr.Jlr :i'ls aul branch iuune.1 ii;
iiifurmation that
;; of iu ,
j on all l.u frimds. THOMAS WHITE May. I 1, 1352.To Aprils, 183".. It I perfectly onibmsr. and
;-tJ jn.-tt" fcit : Fror.i St. John's liter, at .Liekssn Dc. I.1S55. 48TOWLE j cnul t only Hvt-'been acquired froJh actual nt ertatinn.i ? :') O4.

ville. tn the watci 'f I-JCJIUI'MI b y. ntr Pviisacula: Hides Wanted. I i If you wish to 8"e ingenuity applied, look ir. a cop) of 2i.tmt'1
use Afflicted il! Conditions.I .
the .1 .of :
Atlaniic. wati-rs
f Ma A'>illa Is1.rit1. -n t.u! ti' I Laccur on Liquor. Practicability appi-trs to have tto

T.npa bax. with a bikucli t-i Cedar Kcv, (>n the SKW GOODS do ivrtify tint I was most honibly afflicted wit), 7 BEEF hIDES Wanted for which the | tte '!'esi. n of th auth< r. No fJelays! are necessary to SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh -

} (2f.'f: Mtiico.xwj.( ): tin T.rsipa: bay: portion south a C.iiu-ir on my uppei lip \rhich caused rue pain in C) highest price wi.l be paid. A'n) Deer ns'-ertam the re a jits of an appKc.ntion! cf a recipe.We .-- ,

f it* ti'.n with th? Co! tr Key branch ;) an l & MYERS dt-scribable. After ti'ving tje! skill of all the mostuinKjit and Otter ckins. DAVID C. WILSON speak from actual ob'ervatjou-Phj/. Pa. and take

i-' cia i !.tI.stn. v. Aa1r.! have. VRE i : r.'w receiving? by rect-nt ( Physieiaiis} that I Could hear of and that Tallahassee. September 20, 1855. :I9B Tim work 111 revolntionir the present style ol no

_' jrETJicii n: from ll.i- ic. If rn *apc.ided from .L ; fiom New with'int relief. I gave up my cabe as hopeless, nnd. aaI unacui'ictunig1iqnnrs.-New Y rk IIrafj. other there various

tile -- .'! :.'iutit.n. u"lll:i further t-rJfr ; !F ki''liable! ai.d: well K-lcc'ed stock of j jfitul I though, with death st.iiinir me m ilie f c
Oivcn:; uvJ r wy t hs:. J at the GI--K ral LfjlOSctM ':tIcIis Jc\vt-li y. j Uin.iteU' f'-r me. I lard of Ir.V.. R. Moaelvy's great | and bottling fffVrvcRciisg temperance beverages li- other

t.v! Cit! if VVij! n. tLu twtntv tii.rJJav..f si.cces* KI the treatment of this disease, and ns a lustif MERCHANT TAILOR, wines, and vinegar for the Table should b preparations now
C.inktivz i : of seiitlcmt-n's :X"'d ituntinc levers lr.di r j jiT.fld quori ?
.May. 1St. levers, silver: lever, hunting, anchnr., Itpim* and "-tt. I placed in\3flfiiuiK r his I treatment and in one DEALER ix RLADY MADE CLOTHIXO A>I) j in the hands of f very houv.keeper in the country.I .- before the
1"110?. A. IlESSEICKS. Czi'ioacr. ] month from the time ht eommesied, I was prr'ectlv public
; The >iiihts fjrbidi or we would give resuVrs purporting
.. qunrtier Watclies ; Cair.C", M .tie. Coral and all g"ld j ( ENTLE3f'.5 FURNIIIIcG Goobu. cop our |
r 8'iund and since.
4L$ -.5 so ever : this morning, of the most valuable
4. i some that
lenm pins an i eatiing inoLIaces. gold and j jtt cp>s ELIZABETH JINKS. receiving nt the well known old stand for recipes to be Vermifuge
N"O\V j pwr npp >nred in print. How so muc'i information
Notice 5s, bs'tn fin? su.d l >ckct f-r hair iiid du uerre"- can
Clark A Stillman.
Butts County. Ga., May 27, IS 1C. occupied by a general
i be given for two dollars is the
O1X nnijtlb'sScrJAt., 've v.i'.i j l lts a hinge assoitmtnl, t>fI assortment of Si>|>crior Rea
O:: T. nchfr ic, to Jie H-ui. Ja-i-' t.f Probate f2lATi.ilt.n I fine pl&in diaii'oii(5. nby. pearl a.vl! g rr.i-t. oi yx fin Go-ids. Clot!oq. CaMimeres, Vcstings, itc.. composed mtLcova \
] of LIQLOB.-ThjO
CanccCured ox ithe
County. f.'r a n iil iutrlrr. i.t of the! *s atrrsf {*.iriliaii f.iiZfr rings ; Kfijtleu'en's, uinniond ins ; in p.nt of the following articles : moot complete others in
BY r'hLv.! R. M. D.I work r.n the mnnufaetuie i liquor that wo met comparison
Stf-.h.-i| Ktrfh laic t-f s :i C--civ
.a i ibe dlicbiritd a? Exerctrcs .f..ti-i eat varirv "f tt'Jii*. fine i .sl.I, vefrt. f"b and guard I do certify that I was f.r many years bodily afilicti'd 14 Dlnek :and Col'd Siuglu Breasted Frrk and with ; it rontnir.s nn immcn-e number of formulas for i' with Dr.

JAE.ILL! S chin J-'alf. kev?. gold! an.i ivr pen and pencil cases I with Cancer '. my Lip and Chin, 1 tiled I nil the Bumt Coats, j, ti.nUirg eveiy "fiiquors.wines.cordinta. bitters McLANE's, are

V.ILLIAM DASilT, E -'- ild irold. silver tud ittcl spectacles, gold and bilritie renieili* I c mid I l>fir of, but found, no relief. I finally 14 FsiK-y: CaR.-imtre tin. dr. do [ syrupc. Vinegar. tic;. 'lhe work is published by sub- '
j Kcription ; the ?ul cnhers are dcaltri arid of worthless
H. --E. 5; ,. r tLiiblta. lu-ard cf Dr. W. It M-is.-le\V grent success in th'u Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, importers .
in this city. Thu al v.ou'd!
liquors <
n e in
speak more
CaUory nnd >usi licatinii.t < { Cancer alleetioi.s, and vifittd hiu ntiiiffin. I 151ack Doo kin P.uits.:

500 Boxes Mullins Tobacco Dinner nd Lrcakf.cU knivrs with-nit f tkc. k.ivcs j ( I iLiui I in the e 'Lir.e i'f MX w t-ekshe had; li.e Can- Fancy and, Col'd) Cassimore P.ints, !I erwi favor e of said the-reliability A" O. Iftlta.j of.h. work than coild be oth- The GENUINE McLane's

f. rk in ftttf, and stel tingle, line ctr all ruiui'Vtd. I wt-nld aditec all that are r.fHietrd 1''jicl; : an 1 Fancy Silk Vests. '
:iiu carvers: p'-ck Marc'i 1. 1S56.'
TO beiPCt-ve : d'-iir-i: t.-.c m nil.ef; si.mhs.r;> with the ilitaso, to \i.-it him and I have their health; Fancy Velvet do. j _9-Cm_ Vermifuge and Liver
ct cdtl r..ehear&. stiTt mil ra/.i'r ; fi f double I Iln.irnie.1 -
B Mu'l.u's
tn-l 0u.txr i.txt. 4 r.r 5'j( jci s. na- rei-ii TV I. Hfis.. beyond all kind iii doubt the m. ,
I : I iTu'iiatcdrtci-l : '.d st ill t'aibt gU'is, C"riinfiii PoisonousLiqucrsLACOURS !
stt.i! T'lcco. At a r-n.-e l.>i that. v'-.u W pu: ..h.di. ilf'il ( .iiue.-r d I .ct' r iii ih<- '''.lilhein t) riiat Pills be had
-n. White Mar'sillrs do. D. B. can at
.. Xtu Yik -r >> ..hrr l Wthf tt. Many : jui.a.&lfl p-'Uctus of vaii-'tis pal ti rnb. fiiic ansi i icuii Ct.cnikce G... Ca. EMANUEL: \ IMPROVED PROCESS
,!!iiii powtiei flibk ck-aii.! rods, El\'e jniil ,
L-fr.- cap making all kind of
Lz; tr.c t: se't --Ur. J. D. Martin. Griffin. Ga. Dr. J. A fir.o ortr.ent of Sl.irts.Collar. Cr.i vats. Black ail
and! f-T .
wadisaj: cult-1, inat.t g'liisuiiths.r respectable Drug
iVlf d f hs fai*. I. tlfTS d h ..cT. the
-t : .
i Pfi (
J Y M l'ir-l.; it Il'iiris countv, Ttsis ; (treer BeL"n White and C>>l..rcd. Kid and Silk Glo\cs self adjustiti | Ifqnnrs :iiul Vlnrjjnr,
::ide ;ii ;wa:1I jtJo. TI GgLu..: jI'!K.D. '_% anil I'lalcdViif.. GiifEn;, GaScLi f I
,:: Stock Cotton ami! Merino Un.lcr shiit. Jeans.Drawers. INSTANTLY, by the use of Laceups Essential Stores.
t LADD. 1lTtr tbk.! dcei rt ami! tea sro..nsilvfr (sirk!. onp) Bros\ii., Cotton and) Li-ile Thread 4- -
:. ewrzt J:1j 5. 1 SiS:;. i J :;i.l i-ita'p. !hdk! butltr nnd .itkl. knivvs. pnted! i Those Oils i-btair.pd
| !
rhns. Ki-f;, .t can be Cured. H.-SP. White and Colored Cambric II md kerchief", all arc by tLefTicm- FLEMINQ BRO'S
; f.t ks au.d c \vcitcicjiit'r cikc and iiuit bakct *- i : lea) f Jeirirson ,
po.j LET of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms Lubtiratcry (parish i ) of Pierre Lacour. i ii
Circular Saw Mill Agency. c' .cro jiiHiw-l tt-a pts. and communion service, T'HE: PUBLIC READ 1 1Ix 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
and warranted as good as offered in this Marke*.- i Author otLiicius Chuen.icai! Analysis; Lacour's Chain- i ,
P'HE ui erfi iied has iLc'turcocy f.r tl>j a j.> sbj f buttt-r, ei'tr an 1 CTt.ijfi oi.-h 6. chmnhcr ir inetcy ti .c afflicted, and the ratit-jdc and high Cw'l and examine. | ical Manipulation! *, Lacour on the Manufacture of Liquor Se Sole Proprietor

-. c ...Lv.. U.irkIs Iinprred C'rcn'.ir Saw Mil!*." tMiiJItst'tall' cihitv b-qiitt holder, crd *ud | opini-n I'.itertaintf DIt MOSELEY ns a Surgeon November 10, 1S55. 45 i, A'C.LACOUR'S.

: jsiir\ : .'f three ti:.!. f fi r 4'J. 4S f J 62 i .r.4 inch t fii>H: .r b.iket uiid hiitt.i'Wiiji v.arc. auth! Ph ysic an. I deem it my duty to mention the case OIL OF COGNAC ccsvcrts neutral SCOVILAMEAD,

.. .. ,.. .. _. ...... ._._ --
.: Siws. These Circulars are ilccideiily tl.<- U-ft i:. sse, ;.Uzsri-llaiKMiiis XrtJclr-s. of n.v vifo ht>pin3 at the tame lime that all persons Jceeph Williams, } In Lor Circuit Court. rjn; :ii fcv .. i'UjSSI|

.a. liavirivj ftveral j.'z-im.1.D ...Tr tlie! P 2r"* isr anvsthtr Ladi* "e'ljcjies. s.itciu-ls, w.-.rk brixcs, pearl. Berlin 'I Similarly ofiJittd may bo benctitted by it. Iu the v t. Bill! tor Divorce.Ihley \ : Otard. Sur/crac, ilarett, Cognac, Poultney. Seig- I Goncrr. \Vln-IesaIe ageutJ tEe 3onth.rn State*. twlunn

: Fatt-nt in T:.c -it is about ?SOO.S35O.. iriin. Hud i"rcc i prt monaifs, pearl card cast.". ,, j rst putt of ihwi year my wife hud several &.inahllur.ipa j Williams ) netee Unite l Vineyard Pn-pertiVs.CastilhotJ.and Lon- all or Jen must be addre. ed.S'ddby .

S :1 453 f'r xar";..uic. 'izt1 :f(1.rdinv to ra r.iH'. C'-ral ,iucklac and armlt-ts jet bttv let to make their appearance in her bi-ea; they contin- | to the satisfaction of the Court, affidavit Fist flrtr} : tied increase in sire, until the whole breast became TT appealing by flavor and !beautiful J. )f. Datuon.Quimy . r n mcklii; 'c". an.l l h '.o u pins najikin tiri. \.*..tanj to ith that the Defendant Mey Willi-inis, reenksbey I a eparkhnp color. Common I >h & Ce'.. TahIahsses. n.r 8.
F.L LAP1). bruh.c.hit M-\i\.rs -lull. bwf.ilo, in-Ji lubber ansi j a diseased mn s nnd very painful. I procured the in I th" jurisdiction of the Court, and is not an inhabitant : 'Rirtif.edVh kcy will b* changed bv the use of the ; Gardner A Mills. Newport; VT. T. Carpeatrri'Co. -

.rt. FJ4. S..vtrjKt :3. -, :; 44 ..tiii.b chiiiH an-1 dolli j best medical ail in the city of Rome and notwiih-! Oil t>f Cognac, to New York Brah p iv-i\ ( wax rnzir and ; of the State of Florida. It is. en rsttioa, or-
strops j btnndin the carnect at.d frttthful attention of the most lrantJy. coxiron Cognac Brandy, dc. Palm,r t 3ro, Monticello. S.Pufest? m. ilontic ll ;
IK Us. fta'h'!
iunt-y t--"ir CJSc-, ..r diia't-rs lor and dired that the defendant enter her and
Corn and Cob Crusher I iiehs }asicsi pal skilful 1)bvPtcn.aihe; continued to grow worse and I Iwors' appearance LACOUft'3 OIL OF RYE chang.-s common Reel W. Pi gels dt C-u Cliattali )othe' ; Baltxell i "WWf-
'cr ; n aid chin vases and bas tl-m'r. aiisufer or plead to the said Bill in the CIcik'soffice
i until thev gave the case up ts incurable an 1 Islviscd ified Whiskey to Monongahela live Whiskey old Virginia OP. Mrnanim ;'c Jt Zeigler. BainbrHlge.Oa.;
ht-ts. ti'jri -"'ta Viit(3 r.ii I j'itchoipt.rfunx' battles I (4 RAKOEll'a Cni iml C I. x > { aTpU'ation. I wu advisfil by many of my JLilt WhiaVev, Bourbon Whiskev, tc. i I). II. Dickinson, Frnbndg ; E. 3 ._: tiet t1it A. .. r '; (1 1is. *( PUz V \\ii C'nti ?ii-ptui-s.i; and nd>- Ijinpi.; lamp 1 friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Gri&n, Oa. first Monday in October I860. Otherwise said Bill OIL OF CF.DftAT thances Rectified I (h.
'.rt' :!. thti.-.npyi* and! wirks. *..ilins and bows shall)! be taken for confessed. It is further ordered common 0, nny in I guitnis which I diil nnd. a->toni hit> as it may seem, he had I Whiskey M old Iri h Malt Whiskey, and a superi..iI February 23, 1SS6. 8-lj
!...rr5l.ui aceonleons. clarionets flutes that of this order be in of the I
the Cu i..ry. A bt-ck "!1 ihfe Crushers, wi.l:! tIt i-t; banjos flea. and her entirely cur'.! tci'.hui out month and s'ie it now I a copy published one I I article of Scotch Whiskey.
i F1U Pri' l hiw. i fitt': ;. gnitHr and violin Mrin-. fine cologne arid other would ndviae new p-ipers in the city of Tallaha'see for three months I Notice.SIX .
I 1 itt early tI.i* 0'ioin very cn'teriir m yiindhftilth !! I all who are afflicted i [ OIL OF PEACH changecommrn Whiskey to Virj
: ; saving ii frc-l. >45 ?55 ?65 e.ichi'jr I pe?fu'iury, uiid a irem-rul "rtncnt; of Toys.Vatihes with Scirrhus and CancToun affections to visit the I previous tO the said first Monday in October 1S5'3.I .- j ginia Peach Brady, : and jewt-h\ repaired |;.r uipt'y and in the I D'-'no and passed at Chambers, July 1st. 1856. Cognac months after date.Zhe nnieraigtes3.u4&nLstrs-
Piicts tl.r !
sizes. the without I satisfied
thee Doctor
: u/init ctun y. delay sis am by experience | will convert common Whisker to Brnndv.
Apple will
I J. WAYLES BAKER of the Estate of R. E. Giba n. deceased
cell! ul Xinrine for b t n.anrur. that ''ie is the skillful Judge. '
For further ptrtwu'ars : vt.urdvc j and observation most'ani OIL OF GIN converts the Hoi
..) G. K. WALKER nndI poorest Whiskey to her accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Jod vof
to 300' as stock f.t a .c.ople mruei. : _- : 4---_ I I I in the Southern States, in the treatment of that hur- D. W. WYNN, land Gin. Schnapps, Rose Gin, Swan Gin, present Pn.bate. for Gad.d n Counly. foi final settlement
D. LTtDD. rible disease-Canoer. I j Enlani1] Gin. Ac
Notice to Contractors. Solicitor for Compl't.July and will applv to be discharged from the aJmiciitrt'jrship *.-
%'zxrport. JuU 5, lE-M. 27A WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, I LACOUR'S CONCENTRATED ACID 'wiilin five sai3
Onset or SIATF. KNCivtm, UCE>AVISTA, 5, 185fi. 273mExecutor's cf estate.
; M. E. MITCHELL.Dsiqdirof.J. :
hours after being mixed, change five of
gallons good FLORIDA A. F. OIBSOX Admft
Homestead for S10 } Arcrsr 2oia, 1S66. ) W. Bfadlury, Rome, Ga. Vinegar and twtnty-five gallons of water, to thirty April 26, 1RM. lft-6m
Rome Gu. October 25. 151. Notice.
gallons of the meat acid Vinegar that con be found lit -
$310.000 Worth of Farms and Building Oi\L'KDPP.nP03ALSv.ill:: be rtoen.-d .it thuO mouths afterdate, we will present ourae'eounts the markets. By the use of Labour's Concentrated A- Hides
Ulii-c u itl! th r .Oth) d-iy: nf Aujju, 186ft. frcon- SIX
LOTS AcAID.Ait vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for cid, Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cents
: trunLi a Canal with; its ncc.ess.iry app'-ndnife j "TVTANTED in any quantity, for which the LIgLit

TN th Gi.1J RAi'$ )n t.f Calpept-r Co. \; b<- : *.:<-h a>* Lift lycks. (tinnl Locks. H.iiiritc) ... from pt.i-o'ins that air desirous of availing them- j the said County of Gads'len. for final settlement and! per barrel. T f f market price wilt be! paid in cash rr jcn-errittu.

.5 5 _I_ 4ivir.I flflssiet 10.1) !' C sulw-rribers.! 4>n the 17ihc.f Like H.trney n the St. Johns to Indian River a di selvs ('I| DR. MOSELEY'S Rerviees. will find him nt apply to be discharged,from the executorship of Oscar FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Lncom'e Oil's reqnira BROOME k HEIK.

.ptiiaber. i8.'i6. Is r the beiicSt <>f P ,it Il-\Hl Fe- tance ,'t thirU-en miles 3.41i> ft-tt ; authorized) by the j jJt hi* INFIRMARY, BROADWAYGRIFFIN.OEOR-i Fillvnw" deceased. I no preparation-only pow ing the Oil into the Wbiskiynnd September 15, 1855 37
GIA. OWEN L. A JAMES A. FILLYAW, Extor's.April shake wed. The Liqnids thus made will hav t*
: ajalc Academy. Subtenpti s OXLV lEN Dou.At >EACH, ( iitral AMi-mblj.llit* State 'if Fh'rid.i. at its ft-s j| i
I one !
z_ Every will u<-t a ''Binlfiiiij! Lnt 'r a Fnrmm f-r and erie''irae a Liberal System of luUnul Impri'VeniCTite j FEES in all eu.Bca. t<> be ngri-ed: up"ii tieforc inid<*r. ; I transparent color and a fine b a.L Lieour'ji Oil P WSWVORT.T .

raning value from ?10 is. $25.tiyi). Tl.tse Farms in thIs Sta'c. '! taktn. No case will be received l mt'i this establirh i i ii Notice. t exert tin-PC distinct properties in converting common

t and L"t sld 55( t<. iiiducc eTtlerutnis Prop'Kals will t-jH-rifv t the ntn.urt f.r vhich I thenrk i| mei.t tnet-s! it is beiiuved oti exnmination, that it Can | Whiskey tn Brandy. The first rn-porty combines PHE undersigned still carries on the afconVmiw
are cht-ap a TOTICE is hereby given,that the undersigned will, I -L
I with and subsides the form of Flncnleut in all its branches. well eJeulsted l fvr
in Building
bf ciirrd. admit ul rlit f. All will I partidrs -
uScient number being rMr'wl, the iiicrcasc in the \\ will be loii % the inod> nnd manner in whii-h I or cases rejected __N Hi the expiration: of six months file his vouchers .
the whole of the oil. :LADDNVwprt.
'slue cf whscb will complicate f..r the nipari-nt| lrice lw payments jir<*1', be made, whi-thi-r in lands, or mon -%s. | iiivatiably bu charged $5. for examitiiHtioiiHiid; ;uiv-cc. 'I nnd a ply for a final dim.-lrirg'e: from the adrninialra g-nin (Amylie Alcohol despatching wagons. D.
All letterto ontitln them to notice tnclose ] The whiskey is :thua deprived of that peculiar irritn- September 2. 154. 55*
; I
j |/ r.w ns-kei!. Ample ti-curity xvill be given fui or poitioii" i>f eac'i. Maps, Profiles and c&tirMffiean tit in of the estate of Natheii dolt, decc sed.
b thi-j .ffi and infirmationobtained j a "stHnip** fur the .aynient of postage. HIH| he dirtcj j j ting and burn ng taste, aiul becomes a neutral spin: f
the faitl.fu! pcifurmunct ;cuntract:* nnd pnmr.M'S.J3f" K't-n at any by j jaddrceamg { PATRICK SMITrl, Admt'r.
consists in UEOKtillM: ) FLORIDI.0 .
ted to W. R MOSELEY. M. D | the second property an orly mucilaginoua
1 M">re Ant are wanted to obtain uW-i iberto the undf-rs-icned fct Orange Mill P"St Of ifice. i May3. 1866. 18
.. vhRi the nit-et liberal inJueincnte nill be given. 1 St. John's Hiver. Fl'-n-la. Proposals will nl-o I Griffin. Georgia. i taste imparted to the Liquors which renders it mellow, -

/ Same Aget ?s wri'e tIt 'hc'V aie rii.iking.0'J p riK I 1 ld received for coiistructiiij a Hail Rond over the I Krhruftry 23 IfiSG. l>-8 I Town Property for Sale. and property imparts is exhibited an appearance in the rich of gieat vinous age, ; the third odoi DR. T. J. CUR LEE ,

_ ,!itli. Advrti; will b? dune> f<>r cviry Aict.t same giound. F. L. DANCY. j nutty
wbcr p"6 ibl
A to K. HAUDEIl, 1 : ini; described property, known ns the Jrau i Lots from the Genuine Brands impossible.
Agencies. apply 1 AA OF Ul1' lnosl approved LANIER CORN These Oils TN THOMASVILLE OA, and MONTICILLO
J3F" are in bottles each ,,
: ,
Port Royal. C.irohne Co Va. viz : Lots Ni's. 3. ?5. 27. 3i'>. 48. 140. 141. 142. 143. up quart
1V/U MILLS & sale the Sulciiber. The. J. anti MADISOX. FLA, and tbeir respective tad
by bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 800 of
14-1, 226, 227. 235. 2SU.240. 241. 242. 243, 244. 245. gallons
: July 5. Ib06. 27Administrators I Burning Fluid Mills have been for some time in use through this re liquor. Full and mmprtl.inoive tiirccikas adjacent! counties. He inserts any Dumber of Artifioial -
248, 24G, 250. 252. 253. 254. 256. 257. 258. 268, all iccoznpany -
gum and lower part of Georgia and give perfect sat the bottles. Price ?2 buttle.f3& Te th. from ONE to a FULL sttt. on UM 1 latSIt
; ( 'IF a superii-r Qual'.tv, Just nceiM-d nrnl f'rmby in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. per
Notice. isfaclion. grinding with ease -10 bushel and the rise 'iving them that beautiful, life
'__) AMH3 A LIVELY. ALSO One bottle of these Oils (rive in number) will improved principjiit
in the day. with less than the ordinary gin be and like which approach Nature so Oftrryu
; 22 jxiwer op- securely packed shipped (with bill 'lading) appoaraoct
bs after date I t-lmil 31.1E55.
-,5. SIX Mion v.uchr9 the 11.'u. present my BC-C-JUII'S icy plied to it. The maker furnishes :t halid to put it up; Lots Nos. 1, J, 34, fi, 6. 7, in County qr.A free of charge, to any part of the country, up 'nth to challenge detection by the closest obstrrer.
l t.a f Prubatr f
)< Judge > >rLco.i
: and one warranted to give sutUfaction. Persons feeding Dental opersticcus on their N ATUR -
tvery perfect receipt of JtO, to the address of
th. administrator of }lie A.v. DAVisD. r. L s o-
of R
; Courtly as t estate Call and examine them at D. LADD'S.April A L Tevlbl and wiib him to perform then, can by
- S. ILiyward..It'owisfil. audfion n fur a Cnul dvharge! RESIDENT OFFICE.TALLAHASSE. FLA. 21,1855. 16 Lots N.s. 4. 12. 13. 15, 16, 22, 25, 39. 40, 48, 61 March 1, 1S56. P. LACOUR 9-Gm, New Orleana. apply inglwos, hare \bfta done at tbefollowingpriees?
jsuid zttznizil'tratiiin. fi'J; ,in'the South I
_ i. Important Improvement in Artistic County quarter. wLicb>iil be found to be MUCH lower than baa tt rben
THOMAS hAYWARD, AdmV. MILES NASH &. CO. H The above described property formerly belonged, offered in this section of couotrj befor*. to-wit:

July 2C, 1859. '-6n \ Dtntistry, to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. For filling teeth with Gold Foil,.f 1 BO. It 00

BY wh'u-h the f Q is restored to its original contour. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. which will be liberal apply to A. Perry Amaker, Esq., and f 2 CO. varying according to ssze of rarity and

Executor's Notice. and with it the low of the teeth supplied M ns Attorney at Law, Tallahassee.* MedicalDepartment.
: TUST received (mill New Yni-k per bark R. II. OnmLf amount material used; Extracting teeth, in orncx.

TOTICK u hereby gien Ui ull K.US b'141n"I : to elude"detection. Hnniplts of this improvemcut may < bl, a general iii-iortincnt of aiticlcH in our line, CHARLES P. MANNING. ,S I only 50 centi-out of t-ffice. il.

5 I\ cli<"4 sir tit-iumids gainst (the ELate pel <>f Nrw be been; nlo temporary sets inserted on such CB Oils of alin.-61 every kind, Burning Fluid, Until sold, the above property A. PERRY will be AMAKER.for rent. rT'IIE SIXTH ANNUAL COURSE or LECTURES His ?KICZ for ft full upper or lover ittt of te th oa

nan Jilchrint, !Ue 1sf Gad den county, drcemed, to I Gnttn. Turclin, White Lead, Zinc mid other paints. Window Glees of 7-tf 1. in this Institution will commetWon FLAIL (with CONTINUOUS GT MS If necessary,) Ia

: rrtnt them legally authentirnted vitLiu lie 1 tune In a few hours so that persons having teeth rc- best jualiiy. Puttv. Bruches. Potash. Soda, Spniklini; February 16,1856. MONDAY, tho 3d of November. A full Iimioary only (6 per tooth, and jxr/ftt utu aetk>o guaranteed

: j/tescrilied; bv la% vX tbil notice \vill be '1ca'Ingaiut rnovedc.m hs"e a complete sublitiile nnmediateb. nflatuii, omlon Mustard. French Brandy (very best) course fue to all students, will be given by tbe Profefaors. iuevtty instance.
Cod Liver Oil.
i their final reeuvery.' E. S. SHEPAKD. Childrc-n's teeth extracted nnd ndvic-egUcn to parents f irmediritml purports Sf.icen. Pepper 1enon Syrup, commencing on the first Monday of October. Those desiring his services in *ny ortkn of ti

Ext'r. in regard to the inana i'nu-nt IIIM! treatment of the Inks. Quinine. I'eiuvi.iii Hark. Fluid Extract .I.3uchu, FRESH A PURE of the celebrated Brand He Professor Fees $105. Matriculation Fee t5. Practical above named counties, or any other section of ewjonyam

June gl. 16.; 25 tcelh uralin. All ohierutn.Iia warranted t<> suit the inoPt it<'.. A".. and a geiu-rnl asoilmrnt of Popular Patent Clark i Co., k Ruohton's. Anatomy f 10. Graduation Fee f 25. For Cat upon application by letter to tither of the bot

fastidious Will practice in the principal towns Medic nes. We ki-ep none but the vtry best and For ale by AMES it LIVELY alogue and Announcement apply to named Post Officea,or otherwise iTe prompt tt,

Notice.St'e throughout the State. References : the Faculty tfj hope lo merit your patronage.MILES April, 1856. w 14 PAUL FEVE. M. D.. tentico.

of Honda, J j the thus College of Dental Surgery, and those who NASH & CO. Deaa of the Faculty. '
Bcrc&tvoxs :
of Hamilton. : he is daily operating for. Marih 29. 1856. 18 Wines, Syrups, Ac.OLD .
County J

us persons indebted to the estate of Allen 0. j Ap ilS'C. 185C._ 17_ Blacksmithing.HE Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, UndergraduatesDepartment.WESTERN JVDGX Hoy.J.Coir.L. 8I'a-AIt'l MJCOQ. Georgia.,

..1.JhUssn., late of Hamilton county, deceased, are Port, Old Port Juice,
Insolvent Estate Notice I Undersigned have formed ( MILITARY INSTITUTE.) Love. vTbccoMHlIe, 6w
ii requited to make immediate payment anti tho< I Madeira, Brandy Chert ice,
for the J.S.'WlXN.EftQ
n co-partnership -, )
hating-demands against raid estate will present llitmin Florida ) purpose Sherry, Sardines, NEXT SESSION of this College will open -
State of -
_ I of earning on the Blacksmithing THE W. 8. Diz.wozrxZq., }
time l.iw.NATII'L.. Gelatine Preserved MONDAYJS ptembcr 8th. The Classical
St the prescribe by of Leon. Sparkling Quinces,
County ) Business in nil iti' various branches. Particular c.o.FirxEaq.. (
P. MARION KxfrJcne'l,185C. Extracts Pears Course i iii full and overy/acility ia afforded to Student
A LL persons having claims against the Estate of attention ia given to Carnage nnd Spring Work, Flavoring Met art W.& J. BHBB. f Ue>otk.Uo.Fl -
in Scientific
Brunches. A School ia
S5Notice Powders Tamarinds attached
j: XJL William Jinkins, late of Leon county, deceased. and to laying Axles of all kinds Vehicles.. The Yeast Preparatory CoL E. K..Biicuvui. j -
Olives embracing a course of The Military
are hereby notified to present the same to the Judge simp is convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Brokaw Spanish Spices twoyears. January il. I8U. t
i ia
Com Starch Pickles. sytt n adopted aa an meant
I of Probate ot Leon County at his office in Tallahai and special attention jriven to horse bhoeing. preaerving
Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil gootLp'rder, regular habits aNt active
5, A LL persona hivbg claim against the eetcte of see, on or before the first Monday in Decetub' next, Funning implements of every description done to or- English Mustard, Capers, bodily oicrciie. economy CHargea for Tuition, and Boarding, L233.e0TALLAHASSXS.t*, X.a'vo1y

Ji\. John W. ilecn, deceased!, late of Oad' den county for payment pro rata. dcr. P. B. BHOKAW, Claret, Cocoa, slOt per term of 20 weks. Surgeon Fee 15. Enginetung. .

(, ,lut hereby txHined) to present them to the under D. W. OWYNN, H. B. FITTS. AMES i LIVELY. French, Spanish German, Drawing. BookKcepm wh'g.saIs MldlUWl sI.T$ fa

I Mgned Eveeutriz vilhifi the time prescribed (1y law, Judge of Probate. Jan. 12, 1856. My January 5, 1858.* ? and Fei, cing. each 110 per term of *O weeks. E "

t>r th ootic Till W plead iu bar of their recovery, May 2-1. 18CC. 21 .. ,The last session of the Medical College dosed with I: DRUGA3D'X*

and all tbna indebted are requested to make payment Notice.A Bound*, Boum-is. .839 Matriculants and 85 Oraduatea. from U States. Pef3mev7. D7satGS,. '
:t immediately. Notice S The College closed its first Nahvill Glass piIoi;
LL having demands against (he estate of colored straw Bonneta. Military year in SFk.&snun; -WIo'w !

MARY MANN, Extr'x. months after date. I will prefint my accounts Jubez persona B. Bull. late> of Leon county, deceased LADIES colorea straw trimmed Bonnets, with 194 MatriitulaoU 14 SUtM. 'For Calaloguo Oils, Vatbis. Putty Bfaoi<aKi T

4 ,an. .1, 1666. SIX vouchers aa Admimistritor,ftq the estate cf will take-notice that they mutt present them to the 4. plain and Regulations, apply to and Glue Was. 4 Patict sdkiI

the H E. 0. Love of black I' B. li.JOHNSON, Snpermtratat. Fin 8oprrt, Tooti,- PWlo$ )end'ISUsbi
In Leon Circuit Courted Fall Term 185tLUerriog flub O. Mr Ltan. to n. Judge undersigned, or tn Metsis. ArtLtr A Papv., duly -
Nashville 2 1U6. 31
Probate for Oadsdea, County,,:for a fins ettlement, authenticated within the time prescribe by .law. nr white satin and silk August '.5'

Quicn, )% Attachment for f 568 61100va. and apply for a
J amount of Debt sworn toE GREGORY, AdmtV. and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified Children and Misses straw '' Notice.S .

TL Wiity. an 1 [ Bond for $327 22 000. July 28. 1853. "286thNotice. to make immediate payment to the undersigned. .* HaU. /X
months aher aU will
we prtMD car oonnta
%Vfl&m! vkIle7..J For sale DAVIDlC.: WILS05.
.' ; MARY BJLLAdtr'x.August by and voucher tA the Boa. Jadgr of Probate of
Pc rndaot and all"other interested brre, 1856. 31SwNotice. October 18,1855. 41 ;
maK are 2. / Hamilton far final . _
County, a usttUmanV ntotcof s
1 A,, bjr,w tt6.d ftb. lnatituUoo of, tbe abore entitled QIX months after date 1 hall prf aent my accounts David Moat, late of said d.eeai4udsak a' ,

: suit by attachment) and are hereby required to O vouchers to. to the Honorable Judge of Probate cf / Circular & Upright Saws.HOH to ditobarged M admWttratorm.county % *

L *pp&aDdp1edWthada.cIMr&UAn6I.Un! th.. eaMtritbta Hamilton County for a final**Ul ment is adminutratorunUweataU : A CO, and WelcJ f4Griff th Circular Saws EDWIN F. WREJHC' ,tivn si-biI
this t of Den J ta of said hereby given tbat Col Jeua Arcrfti
thrE. inotitb from < tfaa n-quired by Douuhrity, *
NOTICE id 48 aod fi inch 'sixes hand and for ELIZABETH MOAT *
on ; 4 Pbykian's pmeriptkn
r d said : i authorized during abMoe ;
law. O.K. WALKER ) County, deceased, and sk to be'd cbirg from agent my ,* D.LADD Administrator*. If 'S
Uly *
D.W.OWYNN.ttt.frT1 .
miitrsdco. JAMES O11QZIt. THOMAS H. AVERITT.Tallahn'src
New Port, 3l$5 44 Marti. !, IIM f.
'olj 19, 1S5*. Yeb.I86. JuF 18MJ. 30-41

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