The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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The. FJoridian Journal; JOHN R. LLOYD BY AUTHORITY. Nashville, and Natchez, to be secured and Natchez, ta.be. secured and paid at those lard, hot exceeding one hundred and twenty
; the do. sections for each of said roada Md braaecr
la SATURDAY paid nt those places. places: Provided, That it shall be '
published very by .
L1ot1c:3aoor: Approved, April 5, 185<3. ty of the Secretary of the Treasury to abolish and included'twithjrt (i. .eontinnont tengtho,
JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, AN DCOMMISSION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. said port of delivery whenever [in his twenty miles oif each c said roads braoohf

At Ttttcs DOLL.A.Sper annum, in adt&uce. MERCHANT CUAP. XIII.-An Act mating Appropriations for judgment the public interest shall no longer may be sold rand when tnVo?ernorof saldV

CHAPTER I.-An Act to relieve the Commissioner; of restoring and (OAintainin? the peaceable DispositiiH require a port of delivery at that peace. State shall certify to the Secretary of th Interior

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ]Vni."i3 from the Performance of- curtain c.ericalDuties. other of the Indiau Tribes on the Pacific, and for Approved, May 9, 1856.CHAP. that any"twenty continuous railtiqf ..

One square of 1 2 lin >s, or les*. firt insertion, $100 July 19. 1856. 29-ly Purposes. any or cither of sitd.rtada or branfch, u oota*. .
.' each snIwquMit CoJVifeMional He it en.M'ted by the Senate and House of I5e it enacted by the Senate and House of
XXV.-An Act to surrender to the State of pleted, then another q'uanUty of ,hereby
an.I Business Cards inserted at ?10 per EDWARD flit H EST. Uepri-sentatfVe* of time United States of AmVrica RepiesentntivcS! of the United States of Ameiica Illinois the Cumberland Road ia laid State. granted, not to ,csceed onebxTodreclliinl "

IDnnlfl.Averteflt8 nnt mnrl: d with the niimW fjn Attorney and Counsellor at Law in Congres ;assembled, That: the Com in Congress assembled, That the I ne it enacted by the Sent and House of ty sections for each of.said roads or branch '

?. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior and the same Is hereby appropriated, out of I j inerica in Congress assembled.! That so aforesaid, and included 'within a 'contmaou* +.

of publication of le al or estate April 5. l56. H to appoint such person as may i from any monies in the treasury not otherwise ap { much! of trio; Cumbeiiand Road aS lies within length of twenty miles of bach iwcli.roadjor .
nut ict-s will not be gien uutil the advertising fee i ispniJ. iropriated, to be. expended und. r tin* (1 irecI the State of
FLOYD & HOLLAND tinv to time bo thought proper to sign the [ j of Illinois, and all the interest branch, may be sold ; and so, from flow
name of said Commissioner, : of Pensions to I ti"ii ol. time President of the Unite'! States, i the United States in the same, together with to time, until said roads and branch are com* '

Attorneys at La w. ceilificates' or warrants for bounty land ; and fur restoiin, <5 and mainta'tjlng' the ..:& all the stone, timber, and other materials be- pited ; and if any or either of said roads or
T\7"ILT.practice in the Circuit Commits of Middle all stich certificates i dispoMtion of the Indian tribu-s on the Pa- the United and
Elieumatics & Others : or warrants 60 signed ; longing to States procured branch is not completed within 'ten rio :
T 7 find West Florida! and in the Supreme Court years,
snnVnnj* from ilIiitnit ie Cow I of the State. Jilao in the District Court of the United shall be as Va1.tl (t-.i all m intents and furjtests j cifici -!. j for the purpose of beirifj used in the construe- farther sales shall be made, and the lands tin'

rf' we all*p'rs-'iis ffet a t* *itive remedy, iuJiiy Stim'ililnigLn iibintI States, in the Xuntht-ni PiMrict of Florida.II ; if signed! ly; said; I ,: ioner. JApproved.lYb. i Sc13.( And bo it further enacted, That[ j tion of the same, and nil the rights and priv- sold shall revert to the United States.Sec. .
I J. FLOYD. Tftioe Apalirlkida. Fla. 20, 1 185i5. t'le sum of ono hundred arul' txvonty thousand ileges of kind belonging to the United
>iMnil. It ha* Ix-t-n effectual; in the permanent } j j every 5 Arid be U farther enacted itai .
I). P. Office Fla.Dec. i dollars be ami the i herein* ; ,
cu.9: 'fCiir riwand llht-unuitic Jieipe Tlmu) :>:indsIwve Quincy, .ippiopriatcd. j State*, an connected with said rondiri said ''
JI4bt' )bwn rescued from death 22,1855.! 51 CuAP.'lV. I !. Omit of monies in (the not the United States mad shall transported -
n 41 au untimely -An Act authorizing tim Secretary of the any treasury j Stat( be, and the same are hereby, transferred -
bv iLc ue of lliis great remedy. Treasury to change the Names; of VceseLi in tvri i j othvrxvisy appropriated, for tiio purchase of ; and sunendered to the said State of over said road,3>rcj branch, under the direction
"For salr: liv Druggist geiierallv nnd at Wi! <>1eaalen DR. JULES II. HASH tain Cases. !' gunpowder) for the Pa rifle coast. i Illinois. of the Post dffice Departmental such .

Tai1lih5Ct. Miy 22-ly AXD SUllUdl'MHNGCUl'NTRr. |
I vided That until each is fixed
-nt.i'ivi-s ( th" United: States of Ameiiea j price bylaw;

Walter ( O FFICE P..3t (.
Jwynn, :\\ 19 1855. 20 I ii-tarx, i-l the Tiea-Jiry he, nnd hereby i<, authoiized Paymoiit; ol'ii-Viilid I and I other I Pensions' of t thu [United Election Precincts in each Ward ia the City of determine the'sama.
S the : State< for the j. ar ending the thiiti th of Jane Washington and for other Purposes.Be Sec6.. And.be it farther enacfwf TW .
his; cervices to persons xrfehin? to enter to permit t owner or O'vuera of | &..,
OFFERS the U. "s Laud Office, by hicatin Lmd: R. H. BERRY any \v-sels to change! the name of the :un | I'Sghtcm hundred end fifty -ven. it enacted by the Senate and House of similar grant of alternate sections of pablfo

Warrant or otherwise. He will nlso' give protnjt j when! in his opinion! '.here sliidl! be sufficient lie it enacted by the Senate and I H"i'B.e of Representatives of the United States of Ainer- land is hereby,made,to the State Alabama, ,

in attention(whf: (ti If the such other business offices HS in may the be CapitAL intrusted Charges to him j i Auctioneer and Commission cause for so doing ; and hy may establish Representatives of t the !I C-ited: That States the of fulloxving America | ica in Congress assembled, That it shall be to aid [tithe construction ofa railroad from '

trill I be ri'.is"nable.4orrespondmj t rvices perormed. MERCHANT. such rules and regulations as lie slull dcorn j ill Confess assembled. the duty of the city corporation to provide at Montgomery, in said State; to the boundary

Bei'ij Deputy ia the State Laud Office, he of course proper; for that purpose. sum* oo, anti t the same are hereby ap !least t\vo election precincts in each ward, to line between.Florida arid Alabama,,in the m.rectidh $

will iiak- no charge foi business itt that Department TALLAHASSEE, Fhv, Sept 29. 855. 39 Approved, .March o, 1850. prnpiiated out of any money in the treasury i appoint[ commissioners to superintend elections of Pensacola, and to conneciwfthth .
May 17,1855. 20-ly! nut I.ttipr j-e appropriated[ for the paxrnenfof : i in the and said '
A. PERRY AMAKER, : same, to adopt such other road from Pepsacola'to : line/fipVn'th*
CHAP. VIII An Act to define the Jmi dictionof the pensions for I the year ending trV I ihirtiethol be
j regulations as may recessary to give full same terms and conditions all respects as
DR. N. G. MCDONALD, SBEIBY ATTALLAHASSEE DiltI let :md Cin-uit duiita of tlio United dlatui for I I June! one thousand eight hundred and foirc and o flee I to this section are hereinbefore: prescribed for 'the grant ta

MOXTICELLO, FLA.TT7ILL ::. FLA. the District of East Tiunestcu. | fifty seven : Sec. 2. And whereas, native born citizens, Florida. Stir t
He it enacted by the Senate and House of I'or I invalid pensions under various acts,
i resident of the of *
21, 1853.
attend with assiduous care, all cases cuT May 20 city Washington, who ar- 17 I&iO. .
Approved May .
V trusted to biin. Representatives ol the United Stales of, Arnerira fivs hundred and three thousand three hun 1! live at the ago twenty-one years between ,. ? ,

Office adjoining that of Col. Dilwof f MILES NASH & CO. in Congress: assembled. That the j'llisdii'tioi dred dollars. : the thirtieth day of December next preceding :

March 22, 185& 12-ly I ) of the di.-tnct and circuit courts of !I I'or penMons under nets nf the eighteenth' the election and the day of election are not CHAP. XLIL-An Act making a Grant of LaorU t* a

-_ I D1.tLEItS: IN the United States for thy eastern dith jet of i Mirch 1 one th-iusand eight hundred: and cigh- ailov.-etl to vote at such election the State of Louisiana, tot.idia th.,Qoiutnietr Railroad in laid .
WILLIAM P. SLHSSER, DRUGS &B& | Tennessee, be and the sam-' is heieby declared I II tee i, fifteenth May, one thousand eight hundred lie it further enacted that no of State.f "i -,
< PALMS pers5n being House
I Be it enacted the Senate ind .t1
of .
fo and iiichuh and and seventh June
to extend 1 the f foovvin!! 1t. day
zL1ian 0 0
MEDICINES M OILS fire !: counties of said Slnte, to wit : Andersoi: | one thousand eight liundied! and thirty two, the day of the succeeding election, shall beeuttled Representatives of the United States.pf-Am*.;
MANUFACTURER OF Cori'EHTis AND ShEET rica in Congress assembled. That there ba* .
IMouii'' and thirteen thousand six hundrfd
I Hledsoe, Hiadley, Campbell; Carter, one.hundred: to vote at such next succeeding election. '
IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOULD inform their friemls nnd the public that Claiborne, Cocke, (iraiiiger, d'reene, j Haw- dollars. and is hereby'granted to the ,-Stife of.Louisi

DEALER is PLAIN, FANCY ANIJ JAPANNED- 1 they have on hand a good snrtnieit! : of such kin*, I llaruillon, I Hancock.11 ffeison, John<.n>i, i For pensions to \vido\vs of those who ; Sec. 3. And bo it further enacted That ana, for the purpose of aiding' in the ..conistruction
WAKE. j articles and J will as'jire be receiving gpnerally regularly kept in fresh their sujplica.line of busiru-v Their, Knox, :Mi-Minn i : Meigs: i M-MI'UII i :Monroe i ii | frvod during the revolutionary war, under all elections to be h'eld in {the city of, Washinglcrj of a railroad from the Texas )line,lathe tji

Store Iload-Qunitor j terms shall be reasonable. :.Morgan i Polk; Kheiij 1 Uoane, Sexier, tcott? i the third aer'ion' of acts of fourth July, one fc'r municipal officers, the polls shall State of Louisiana, west of thetown'

A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor' Tallahassee, April Sth.1853- 14. Sullivan, \Vabhiiigton! Union, and (Cumberi i thousand) eight hundred and thirty six seventh be opened at seven o'clock, A. M. and closed ( reenwood ; via Greenwood,, Shreveport and m j
A and Wood Stove triinmod with neatoess xoni-crt ; td a pont! on the 'i.i'v l
land and new which, here thousand hundred and Mssppi
and durability, at reduced prices. P. B. 13OKAW'S. any county may Julyone eight thirty at seven o'clock P. M. ; and'that all acts and .
after be loniT'd out of the territory of one or i eight, third March, one thousand eight hundred of acts, inconsistent! with this act opposite Vcksburg and from NewOrleau,
Out Door Work.Roofing. UIS 1KD( SUE STABLES more of said counties shall} Le iicludrd; in and forty llueu, seventeenth June, one hereby parts repealed. are 1 to the State line, iu the direction of Jackson. a
Ornamental Front Guttering. Copper alternate
Mississippi section oT'land
TALLAHASSEE FL01UDA. said jurisdiction. thousnnd eight hundred and forty four, sec 1C 1S56.CHAP. ; every .
arid Tin C Zinc. Lead Pipes. Pateut Cisteni Pumps. Shop work ] .' 'Proprietor-would inI Approved, March 10, 1S5G. j jCHAV. f.hd February, one thci'sand; eightfhundred designated by odd numbers, for six sections '

of every variety d.'ne at short notice. form liis fi lends and the ad: foity eight, and second 5ection' act oftirl XXXI.-An A't jrnrtn: ? Public tanda in alternate in width on each side of said road. -But Jo f .4

City and Country Mcrcliniits ._ -ptbic: that he has rebuilt his_ _ IX.-An Act relating to Put.iahuieut, in the I February, one thousand eight hundred I ectirms. to the States of Fluiida ami Allhnma case it shah appear that the United -State*

Are respectfully inx'ited to gixe me a call befuie pur- 1iue Brick Stables, at the old stand ami i is m"w 'i-m.itttitP.rv.. i and fifty three, four hundred and sixty t'-oti-' : to aid in the Construction of certain Railroads have, when the line or route of saM road U

cbaiiinlseAherp.. i if5JT I prepared to accommodate his irifnds! and ou-tr IflE r. in snid StaUs.Ze definitely fixed,, sold, flny1 sections, or
sand dollars.I'or any
Be it enacted' by jle So-infe and i II rue of : : ;
He also has attached to hi Stihi.s. l Ilhu-k- | the Senate
enacted and House
a < it by
N. R Ail articles manufactuod frotn the poo
vcryV parts thercot'gran1d ,as Aforesaid or that .
t f > et tnnteri! Mid! warranted ilural-la. Jfo other article smith yhop. where he will have ha\c dnaeall ki.k, .-frinntnticn Ri'I.resentatives of the United Slates of t Ameiica pennons to xvidows and orphans under of Representatives of the United Slates of the'right( 'pVd-'emption attached the I

will 1)4 nfTc-red fur sale. work, Horse nhoemir, and Carrintfework in ) in Congress! a sembVd, That, where art of t twenty first July, one thousand America in Congress assembled} That there to
the best marrer and with piomptuets nud c'is- hundred and first section ? same, then it shall be lawful for any agent or
very eijht
October 42 heroafler forty eight
" 20.1S55. > any judical be and is hereby granted to the State of Florida fbe the
patch. appointed by of
be divided( the circuit ami di trii't c Notice. November; 1863. 41 lor the of in the
Co-Partnership aiding construction
purpose said State, to select, eubjecf io the approval
hundred and fifty three two hundred and I
tie! United States siiall liave to seu- ,
Eunderijned hare this day eutered i into a co- pmxf-r' of railroads fiom St. John's River, nt of the Secretary of the Intenbc, from the
TII Carriages, Buggies and Harness cnnvi/ttd! 'f t. ollenc" :inishable J four thousand dollars.) :
partnership in theWHOLESALE ti-nce any one 4 an |P Jacksonville to the waters of Escambia Hay, lands of the. United States nearest the tier
&, RETAIL For Sale by P, B. Brokaw. by imprironmeiit) : and hard! labor, to [For half pay [pension*, payable! through at or near Pensacola; ; and frdra Amelia Island sections above specified h b alter
the Sfcond and thiid auditors! of the so ma
1xE1unJer : 5> r-Hn Subscriber ha" just received a (he penitentiary t xxit'.in' the State: tli-iuoh} it treasury, the Atlantic to the waters of
: irn c JP on Tampa Bay nate sections, or parts of sections aVshall, be.
'ht thousand, and dollars ,
lir of be of the} district !( x' hich the thirty ei! forty seven
< judicial i
: re st.pply 'aira. ; i icor.vicUon
the and! of very with branch to Cedar Key the Gulf of I
uatnc style a on equal to su>*h lands as the United Siiteahave
'cyD ikizie. nnd I Ian-.s. which i i'e ',11.i ( is }ia'L} and seven cent t.I t. ,
Mexico and also railroad from, Pensacola
AMES&UVELY.THEY I fureale on the nvt-t ri-fisouajls terrii. I Fur inv.did thousand ; sold, or otherxvisc appropriated, or to \vhich *
That navy pensions) thirty j
SKC. J. And be it further eaactt-d,
to the State line of Alabama in the direction .
-_ .- November 13, 1854. 40 j dolhrs. the right 6'f pre emption has attached .as!
( the said: coiiit.s t in the nothi-rn; ili-.iii-t I of j alternate
section of
will l>e pleased to sea (heir friends A. L. FISHER I I'or to widows and orphans. Montgomery every aforesaid ; which.lands (thusfleeted in lieu
Ohio! and i in the northern, dint.ictf i I Illinois, navy pensions
and patrons at the old stan.J of D. H Ames. j I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. under i1'ehv 'utli onothousand land designated by odd numbeis, for six sections of those sold, and to which pre-emption rights,- 1
I be iutioii-i.-i! t to ri-f'r to th peiiitiir.iaryof act Angut
nnd ( :i : :
where they will keep a full ceneralassortmentof in width on each side of each of said ha\v attached as aforesaid with the
] their TALLAHAS-SKK FL the rS'i'Ctivw State or prisMicrs eight! hu'ndt-ed and (ferty t"ght, ono hundred together
Articles appertnininffto prisoner
j % [ ; any roads and branch. Buf In case, it shall appear sections and of sections i4 I
D. II. AMES, w'lo nnxhe coiilin 'd in j'lil in and; ten thousand! dollars. parts designated;, by?
ofbu.in-SL '
ne TTTTLLpractioe in the Courts of the Middle Die- may that the United Statee have, when the odd numbers as aforesaid'and ..
M. LIVELY. I f T trict. and in Thon.a* Cmintv. (la. j cither ili.sliict, xvhose nlTencc by law i i\ puni&iiable ) For prixing i pen, 'ii>ns nf i-ivalids xxrho were lines or routes of said( roads and branch ; appropriated"as .
Jxnunry 1, 1855. 1 Ofliec in the 2d xvoundcd hour I of armed x-ossels ar.f aforesaid,) shall be held by the State of
CS? C.-i'iitol. t.'rv. immediately I by confinement: to hurl I I.il-or in th'' on private fixed sold sections *
over the roorimf the Clerk of the Supreme- Court. j during the last war with (treat Hritain, in definitely any or any parts Louisiana for the use and purpose aforesaid :
MEDICAL NOTICE.DR.BURROUGHS. July 21, 1855. -2'.l-ly) I pinitentiary.Approved thereof, granted as aforesaid, or that the right Provided, That the lands to bo located
__ _____ I II March 2S, l83U.CIJA' addition to the unexpended balance ''( farmer of preemption has attached io the same, then so 1
for the object, thirteen : hal in no case be further than .flfee miWf
appropriations same
E. I3AIINAItI) Jr. it shall be lawful for any agent or agents .to [ the line of said and
Land hundred and I dcKars. o n jonda 'aeliet'edt'or ,.
the seven
I .yi.-Ah Act to ntiniic temporal ly : tilty ;
returned t. Tullnha.see offers hi* profewional WILL CONTINUE TIlE j Oriics: tit Kill;: iniiizoo.; ji: itt' State -\1ii.liitii.: mid SRC. 2. Ami be it further enacted, That bo appointed by tho governor of said State, and on account of said roads: Prvijdctjfsr. $
HA tervices to the public. Office opposite t in tlio ..f MNsouri. *" to select, sub je.et to' the approval of the Secretary ther. That (ho-iands tereby :
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINES SI at Palmyra t St.i c ) so much of ''ho fir-t section of the act anti!- : granted shall, be ., .
Dr. BmiardV Drug Store. 15e it en ctt-il by the!: Senate; and I HOIHI'I of tied '- An art t for the relief of cert-.in survixinir j of the Interior, frdm' the lands of the exclusively Applied Tn the construction of said .
June 28, 1856. 26-6m United States nearest to the tiers of sections
UepieHCiitalivt-s of the! United Stiles i I ot A- ollicers and soldiers of the army of the j roads, and shall be disposed 'ofnljaitbs -. ;

MEDICAL OTIczr lilt Ii't in) (C' nj'-e| s n.; ."inble( l, Tlrit lh- olices ; Revolution," approved i ) fifteenth May, one j above specified so much land in alternate work progies-es, andthe: same1shiH' be tf-

OF THE WSUf MOr.TAR, ol I I ii-oiMer and, n-reiViir, of the Land Olr.ce I thousand: eight hundred' and txventv eight, of sections or parts of section", as shall be equal plied to no other""purpose whatsoever: 'Aid ,
GAMBLED BETTON /if *jLfc to such lands the United States have sold
DRS. I V--* nt h ;It:29ZiI.! : ii: the State i-l .Mirhijran. the li>>t section of the act entitled An at: as proridrd further. That any ,and aU Urnd/'

: FFER their Professional Services to the Pub- |t! C.rner of Clinton and >fonroe strtc't", Tallahassee.Janua and the ollicc ilbi-lf? fchali I cnitimi"d!, until supplementary; I to the act .fm' the relief ofc''ilain or otherwise appropriated, or to which the heretofore reserved to the UnitedState* by'atfy -

. 0 lieOffiw opposite the Store of Meea1s. :< >v 10. 1856. 3 such time ;t in the, opi.-iion of the ['re'.ili''it' ( suiviving I fricers and soldiers of the rights of preemption ha've'a'Ctnc'hed asnfore-. ; act of Cong'resa, 6r itt any, othej- manner
I1lI(11kil.SC.Itt I same can: prtju army of I t the Revolution, appmxvd I seventhJune
1: Januiv 5.HCHAED 8& It. Dr. P.P.Lewis dice ti'< the |-nblir iiitei'e>t<. And t that mnil one thousand! ; eight hundred and thirtx i those sold and to which preemption rights aiding in any object of internal improvement;

t. T. BIRCHETT. ('flAR. Vf. UOWSIXO -U----- ( I IVES notice to his friends and pat- that ti'ne, the ac? of Coiig-es, approved, Jur.tf: txvn, and,, of the first pmviso of (tho first secli'in *- have attached as aforesaid, together with the or for any other purpose whattoever, bcand '
'- : '_: ions that he i-> now in i'-n <-.f.f.til f sections and parts of sections designated by
the v
BIHCHETT & DOWNING, the latent irj Jent) :< txxt-IlMi( i-iohtt-en hiindr lo-y| sliall) not a mpf | of the act entitled An act ronexvingcenain same are herebyreserved t6 the Uftfted :
improvements ) odd numbers aforesaid and '
CLAIMS p'v to ''hi! said office ni r otiiitrs.Sc. i naval and externlinij the as appropriated States from the operation of this'act, except/' .
1TTORSEYS AT LttY &| AGENTS FOR trv. I 1st. The extraction 'f Tteth.) \vithont pri.diidir f [pensions, : aforesaid shall be held the ;
as ,) State of
nfli pain, by the aid of a l 1'ri) applieaiimi. wliTrh! eons-Ms : J. And be it further enacted. That benefit existing laws respecting; naval peniiini by so far as it may lie found necessary to !Ibcata
KO. 499,-S* v* in-cli Florida for the and
a : in rtp'plvinsran artificial frerziyr Mixture to the pjirts.i the compensation) ) i.f the said register and, r* p to engineers, fii'em ion, and: cnal; hfiiversin use purpose aforesaid : the route of said railroads through knob TfeT

: WASHINGTON CITY. i until fully benumbed. 2d. TflBninieiliiitHinsrriion of reiver Fiiall! be al.owed them agi'ee Wy toI flic! ( and to their xvidows," approved Provided that the land to be so located shall served lands, in which case the right of-way ..-.
ILL practice before the Ourt of Clnims nndpnHwcnte a Temporary Set, on Outta-Tt'reha, hii'h can !1.- ill no case be further than fifteen miles from
W I Ii' Mine of discontinuance under hundred only shall,be granted, subject the **
duringhi-( : .-K'venti! Avi-nist th u-sand eight approval
claims Wore Congress and the e vtral woni with e-unfoit. and eii.e tjll the Gums! :nv fully! I i one the lines of said roads artf branch and selected
Dep-irtraenU. % prepared[ l for a pi-rninnent) S-f ; t tlu-n inserted, on the existing I order.Sue. :and for'y i-i i ht, as pro.t! s for (hp c payment for and on account of each.o'f s'afd roads- of the President of the United Statesv, >,'

July 28. 1855. 80 I that beautiful plan callfd]continuous (liirn*. whieh are 3. And be it further enacted, Thai: nfafl f pensions under the ii 7reaid acts out SE<*. 2. And be it further enacieb,. Tbat*' '

BO much) won; aiM admired, fur beauty, strength, and the p'oviMons of .serti( ns one and two o! this of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise and branch, severally, shall bo exclusively that the se tionstand parts of sections, p'f
.w._ MIXjXj clwmlinn-s. appfied in the construction of that mad
p perfect 22 act are heu-by rna.fe: ar/r' ffable( to i the L'in I IOilie appropriated; > b and the same i h4 h-'rebv repealed or land which, by such grant, shall remain tdth .
May 3L ISSfi. branch for, anfi on account of which such
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, I at t P.i lsiivi a, i in the: State of Missouri I from and after the thirtieth ()June, .* United States,'within six miles 'on' eaeh '

NEXVPORT FLORIDA. Havana Cigars, and the register and receive.thereof. one thousand eight hundred atH fifty six.SEO. lands are of hereby only granted the work, and shall bo and disposed side of said roads,! haU not be sold foi. .

O RDFRS from. Physician nnd rlnntew. put up TUST received per H. H. Gamble 5000, best qnaltJ Approved, April:I 5, 1 18">0.CHAP. ;. 3. And! ( l be it further enacted, That[ the same shall be as applied to no progresses other than double the minimum price of tfa&imblic' -

with the greateet care. its ciirars. Call and try them any monevs appropriated by the net of thirty r purpose lands when sold ; nor shall any of i4id Isrs&i '

F.bruarj_ '2-!>.I l8Z6.-, *. .-.. 5 JkDOUOALLdHOUBY.Auguctg. XII-An Act to constitute the C'\\-;\\I of I Hannihal I fi'St May, eifhieen[ hundred and! fifty four, to whatsoever And provided,further, That any 'become subject 'to. prfrate entry'vnlft'&if .
185C. :81 ilissouri, mid Pcorin, Illinois, Ports of Dcliv- | anti all lands heretofore to the United "
GALBRA1TH supply deficiencies 'or the fiscal year ending same have been first oflered.al public tele" 4"
LOXG & States by any act of Congress, or in other -
t JOHN W. EVANS, ery.Be the thirtieth of June of that yen, ant by the l any the increased price. .
ATTOEICET8 AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. ATTORNEY AT LAW it onarted by the Senate and House ol second section of the act of twenty eighth manner by competent -authority, for thepirpose'bf Sec. 3. And be it .farther' enacited Tbat'

LONG 4 J. B. ALBRAITH have asuoei- BAISBKIDGK, HEO Representatives of ilje) United States of A February, eighteen hundred and, fi.tv .five, aidihg for in any( 'other..object of internal the said lands hereby granted to 'the.taH. '
or whatsoever
J themselTe in the practice of Law. They give prompt attention to all business en meiica in Congress assembled, 'I'h.ittt city m'aking appropri'iiions forMh paym -nt of' he and the ; arfy purpose, State,' shall be subject the dispoialrof4ha 'r .

will attend the Ontuiala tb iliddle Circuit, the Su- WILL to his rare, in the Counties of Thomas. of Hannilwif, in the Suite of Missouri',, shall! ;)etsiotIsapphieLhte to- the payment of r'nsion's States same are hereofreserved legislature thereof for'the purposes aforesaid j -

prtmt Courta and! the District Courts of the United Decatur, Buker, Daughcrty, Calhoun, Early and Clay be and is hereby uonsthiited a port delivery) of invalids xvhb 'were xyonnded onboard to the United from the operation of and no.other;!'and the said railroadshaiib*;

States at Tdkhawee.OflSee February 17, 1855. 7 tf annexed "to and_ made a part of the collection of private armed vessels during.the. 'this act, except so far as it rnay'be found.ne and remain a public high way-for tfc> titpr.o-
.the Court House.
:opr>ort cessary to locate the routes of said railroads
October 28,1854. IT JustLEMONS' Reccid. disttict of Nexv.OileHiis! and shall ha subject last, "warwith.Gr. af, Britain, not requirod or branch through such reserved lands in the. governmeut of the United '6tri$,f fr
to the same regulations and restrictions as under thi there ,, .be ; from toll or other (J" '
provithis( applied charge'
Oaava nnd Currant Jellies, ,Prunes, may -which tiie. nspain
case ,right\bf 'onlyhahI'hegratited
S. ENIGRT other of in,tlie- United States way
s. Pickled Oysters, Bfnndy Pench ports delivery to'lhe 6ame pu >poseRub5equenf to ,th'ethir1tieth0f ) of anj property or tTpoPaoItheUn4li
sublerf the"a proyaf 6f the PresidciiLof
a AUCTIONEER COMMlSSION'MERCHANT es. Preserved Lemons-Oranges,Pine Apples and Gh /and all the privileges and facilities*' afforded Jtfne. erghUenilmnofred-'and' fifty'fire. tha'iJiriteH Stes.: States. -

geT, Green Gage Marmalflde. Lemon Syrup, Raspberry -. by the ct.ofCngessoftho sepond ftiarchf.' it'beiiVg'JieVeby-provided'that penslonr.tii.ui'yaltcls :- ,( ,SEC,'4. Arid be ftf: d't
'rALTAnAticE FLORIDA. do4 Strawberry fccFfoe Apple doVnnd Ginger, hnndridztnd An Sec* 2.- And:beit'furtber; ,enacted, that the :
: eighteen thirtv; qnei'pniitlejj tht 'wounded shall jbe.pajd-froin.rhori- Ae lands herebj'cranted t l4ms3l. a
: Salmon Lobster,Had sections and, of sections laiuTwhicb
Freeh ;
do -Vinegary parts
Raspberry : ,
05SCOTT net allowing 'tb.du\\wonor'v\\ > iiiercha'ndise. thV'ireasury ofthe,.United i States in be disposed pf in (Q11
dock. iallibnt and bbai Assorted Pickles! Scotch eys ill by.firich.Vgrant-,8hall. remain .to. ihe", United onrj nunaaris *
; .W1LLAM Ale and Porter. imported uitopiUsburgfiyiieeling; Ci.nY the'sam'e.O'wnnerv upop "appropiti6ngrhade'or ;{: ; j&ta'tos within six mflevqji each eid of'said to say, that a quantity Qf,4$1 1
.- Havrfnn Clgar*. iBtiouisiI1eSt; ; Loui?,; NashvilleVaiidNaVcHezF.tp other hundred and
30,000 to biTtnHde/as' pensions-fornay.l1 or.militaryVervices. ing one, twem enona,
'y-oadand branch -shall sold
.. noj be ,
; .for less
L i. AMES A LIVELX. be secured nnd at'thosepla- '
; ; nad ; : '/- than double the minimum eluded within rcqntihtfbM (
January.5, 1886. .1 ces,*' andareherebyeztendet to said 1 5 jpnce of.the public miles of said road; "b
? rtIQEZ4L.PLA. : ; .Approved,, April' 1856\ landsbvheh soLi;l nor"shall rfftor aid lands ij
-r- pii rt. A purveyor of.ihe, customs shaMbiaoppoin the:governor of saW
JTO UFE'ZNSUWWIh,. become subject pr1at&entijwtiltho
ed'q.reside at .saicJ'pbrt ancTperl'iirrhthe t. &ri A.ot creating: Columbus. ia -Kenftucky.XFort -. same, Secretary of -
W LIAMISIlWO9TU, THE ''NEW-YORK LIFE INSURA E. :iCO, dirties:presciibed by JHW- and, shall fe- of'D liviiry, '- ;. -- ".hive been' rfitQfi'e rex. !-at ,p\i\|>Uc sate, at- the/

atLa AOCCKCLATEO CAPITAL,..4 %.|lX)6iOOO) ; ceive.in.'fuilcompen68ton'for( ; his, $rice & > ;Bo U'/tmcted-by time t'entiteand House ofiCepreseiiitaUvea then
!, npUIS Cotflpaojr; issue policies otrtbaMnrea" of salarypf one.thoasanii dollars per.ahnpm. .-ofthe' United States 6fAtierica.in ;Seo.<3. ."Aud%jfc' yqrthe.r' enacted/ That .Tgrant d maif

:: .. PLOIIDL : JL. White pereons'for one ar.monjfm or'tnf\ theo SKC.-2.; : And! be if. further venaistpd,' ThfttiPeqrfa ?
;,y .e AJflieIIS1CohTt1 ot the Middle Ciry whole"period lif ,'ON THE MUT17AL SYSTEM.DiTideod in the'State of IlliiiQis; bo and ifrljfe.ret, bosV.in.the ['State. of Kentucky/be andjs ; l> subJect to the 'dUpbaal'of ;' heIegii.; sald.roadi _._

: 1L.L-.adTb6iithrLovnde&: County, Di ., declared to the teed" ,on policie i isenedorUfe. by eopB'jtDte'd, a portvOjdeliyery.xvfihih ,tW hereby constituted a: port of deliw- irthirithetrollecUon ( liiure thereof'for-.th pofpose*' 'aforetaidiahd years, no further
_i4y PLInFagg%A!,, Actuiry .- Mtoiuw FgtmantPus't': CoI1Peto!! dtri t of Ortns ai4lhert'sbafl $ [ distrlet of New rleanlifahd 1IoLptr1r ; atct the Aaldrnilroadaand 'branchihall lands un oi!

M *** &C4ZA 3K" Application rMtired1)fa .TaUahasieeW : ;be'jipjiornUrd %&$$$?$$& ckstom? there ih.aIbe 'surveyor: b costqcps' appointrwtfbf b :Highways for the j jii&Jt&SLpp
< the.
$ '7 aoaar7 19, 1856. v B. O. JiEWS,; fq sac fp rf hdlihallltl>e jf ?denl. ihej'ejit-- .the'sRicl 4portV.whq' : all' perfdrUtTJlhy : ;Uid'Stat& :

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: \lotW 1."1et.__ e "- : i SND: DwrtiCT..-SanW Rosa -George:,D. .;;.z7ooat& qan'nggtf fm.9re: ,
IIj : o1cii.
: 7 ,
of Mjachanan IriroseltVwillcause
( i i. 'e.t J ; ? : "of'. tension
; S. .l,_... N 'HEW YOKK.., : 0 ;'e l.fth e, necessity BJJ' ,
< throughout' thelength Fishert3o ; and rcstrictioo of the
more general; regret1 Natralizatiori Laws{ a ; ; total voteIO4i.Vo'
-.W; e,:kAverecetved. the address of the. om. FilJrri re'8'vot in the'State of :New'York, IsaacWelch.* '
: ,. i DISTRICT- : the 'native'born .citizens
'- *' j '-' ? .and: breadth of ,the land than this.-; I righi of' saffrnge'to. ., Wu 10 06
4 ttittee appointed by;the' last :Southern Convention is 120,OO; "The .Legislature J is ,Republican, and We''
< ; Holmes I mean by
; 'Gen. 4TU DISTRICT-Washington : ,and naturalized foreigners
which the election.of .Black R Cass stands confessedly'' in the cvtry'f.ont only 1833 rotei la the twoDMdfogfthe
secures a pbh.licI'n '
'and wili i it' in columns this'that ought .to prohibit alien
give place our John'W. Cook. Congress
'' rank of living statesmen His: St
1 Senator to succeed Senator Fish 1'h' .. our services should
and the
week. In the meantime; .suffrage to tbb territories' ,
next and Calhoun
we inquire DIITRwT-FrankJJn
? Congressional will stand Fiteen'D in the councils .the ,' STH
Delegation of nation his
experience see to it, and allow no foreigner ta-,vote unless ; stand* that: : .
whether thli portion of the Seuth is or is. not mocrats to seventeen Black Republicans. T. J Eppes. the ,
: in governmental affairs-his rom| n he been'naturalized according, W ii
: to be represented ;In the meeting of delegates PENNSYLVANIA.. hen i e nationality and freedom from'all sectionalism 6ru DISTRICT-Jackson --J. T. M'yrl k. law of Congress, and .made'a Cit J n of the 1zrIo:1itawk1J'i;

: to be held'io' Savannah on the 8th December? Pennsylvania has gone for Buchanan by ,.coupled! .with a private character 7TH DlsTRicT-s-Gadsden G4 McElvy.* United. tate"l, No. man oughUo be allowed .

To the it has suggested that 40,000 majority. to vote in a,State',who is not a citizen of-the
; test matter been ,beyond reproach, have ende-ired: him to all STH.DISTRICT- Leon-T. B. Lamar. : Majority for tt&b s-VWhol.

a pabtitfm e Ct rig be held in this city on Wednesday NEW HAMPSHIRE. who admire true greatness and unselfishde. 9TH DISTRICT: -Wakolla-J. M. McBride. United St t & Sentinil/Aort lit rote of tbt -.

next, the 19th.inst., to nppoint dele New Hampshire gone for the Black Republicans votion to the common. Weal, no matter what lOrn DISTRICT: -Jefferson-D. Bird.*' Take it'all in all; the shovels a most' singular AKddlt F1orsda-ForHaw&Ice, '

we" therefore notice that by about 5, 000 majority. paragraph. The manuractu ng"spoken ...
; gtteosand give on may be their political predilections. The Savannah HTH DISTRICT-Madison-" M. Brin. ;! -
WKDXESDAY, all those favorable! to the movement MASSACHUSETTS. son.* of in Pennsylvania was done accordingto .
& Journal
are requested to meet at the Court Douse Massachusetts gfre the Black Republicans: the defeat of this remarking on. 12TH DISTRICT-Hamilton-W. J. J. Dun. all the forms of law, and by.the SenlineT for Hawkins,
patriot, : Our dispatches
in Tallahassee, for the purpose mentioned.We .- 40,000 majority.. advise us that Michigan says has been carried can. own showing, there could have been no objection Whole vote. o/ the Middle. ,,! -. *

hope there will be a general attendance. MICHIGAN. 13m DUTJucTColumbia'ilJiam H. afterwards to allowing the" eight thou Lan FZorzdaForflawkInsBaker1. *
The Black Republicans Michigan! including by the Black Republican! ?, and that Gen. IS '
carry Cone.* sand" to vote. They were then naturalized .
the State Legislature-which defeats Cass, the Nestor of the Senate," after a .
VICTORY VICTORY ( Cass 14-n DISTRICT-Alachua-Philip) Del1.* foreigners," and as such entitled to exercise for Hawkins .
en. for U. S. Senator, and tluentiie long life d( voted to the service of his country Majority 9

Congressional: dele,:ation. and her Constitution, is to be deprived of his 15xit DISTRICT-Nassau;E. D. Tracy. the elective francise. In answer to the edi* Whole vote of the East,3808. .. %.

: ELECTED. IGnt DISTRICT-1 Duval Edward tor's estion, we confess our utter inability .. '
BUCHANAN WISCONSIN. seat. '1 his is a crushing blow to all the Hop. q South Florida-For.Hawkloi, .,, ',
Wisconsin i is carried !by the Black Republicans interests kins. to see in the circumstance mentioned; any ar- Baker, p .,.:':;
great of our a source of '' ''
BLACK REPUBLICANS ROUTED IN who have elected their entire Congies- country 17m DrsTUICT-St. Johns and Putnam- gument whatever going to show '' the necessity ::

-, PENNSYLVANIA, INDIANA, ILLINOIS sional ticket. deep mortification to ill ser.ative men of Geo. E.; Hawes.* df an extension of the naturalizationLaws. Majority for Hawkins, :851Majority ; ..

AND NEW JERSEY WISCONSIN. the North and South and speaks in a voice 18TH DISTRICT.Mai ton-- W. J; t keitt.* ." So far from it, we are painfully impressed Whole+rote. _'of the South. *1167.. **\: ?%'" .*,
L_ *** ; T *** '
of f ailiil import to Us whose interests and _r. : : ;
The) B'ack Republican majority in Wi lOrn DISTRICT Vo- with the palpable fact that there is '
-Sumpter, Orange, > '
KENTUCKY, DELAWARE AND LOU- cons'.n is 6,000. rights have been so long and so ably defended I HAMILTON.JAIPX. .
institutions from notice
lusia and Brevard greater danger to Oar "
1SIANA JOINING IN THE ILLI\OH. at his hands. Our feelings of joy at the general -vasancy* ; Nov. .,..'1Ma.*.::;,' .
20m DISTRICT Hernando than from naturalized citizens. If it be true "
Ilillsborotigh, .
SHOUI OF TRIUMPH! Tlic result in Illinois is uncertain. result must bo tempered with sadness I _> Dr. Jones-Vfe have carried Hamilton bj"
and Matiatee- Jno. Euhallks.of that there were eight thousand foreigners"manufactured .
TENNKSbKK.MEMPHIS : : this announcement; and while we must feela 24 majority. *. Yours, SLLETT.
21s-r 1 DISTRIIT-Monroe and DadeJas.Filor. into Democratic Voters in the
I Now is tbe winterof discontent Nov. G.-Returns from thiity- holy indignation at this foul disgrace, we "<;'. ,
.) Made gloriojs summer." .* city of Philadelphia alone, we see very plainly '
two counties in this State have bee rec 'lutl have the satisfaction of knowing that the AT5iNA-OTX2NOY; .a j'''' !'

When the Floridian was put to press ont which show a Democratic gain of 3,000. Old man eloquent," after a long and wells Those mlI ked with an asterisk (*) are then that it is to them that the South is in Buchanan's cQujority Levy countyv&T*,

Saturday last, it was \\ith some! doubi as to ILLINOIS. ent public life, full of honors and ripe in Democrats, of whom there are 13 in tl.e part indebted for the defeat of the Black Republicans : Yours S/

I the result of the great struggle throughout In Illinois the majority for the Black Republics ytars, n tires to his home followed by the regrets Senate, 7 opposition, and one vacancy, occasioned ( in Pennsylvania and the election of w JACKSON. .

the Union on tht 4th inst But we go to the is 10,000. i!I and inatitinlu! of thousands of his coun by a tie between the candidates. The sound, conservative, National men to Con- MARXATOA, Nor. til

press this morning under altogether different IO\VA. I trymen.It" election to fill this vacancy takes place, the gress.from that State, by which the popular The
majority sinstusbut28.atthfipduet p'
- feelings. The Democratic Banner waves in Iowa has gone for the Black Republicans I first Monday in December. branch of the Federal Legislature has been
it 15, Tbe vote of tb.
by 9,000 majority. HO'SE-tS MCMBER3.Escambia wrested fioin, the hands of abolition fanatics county Is
the Constitution. JAMES BcCIIANAX I cannot the
tiiumph over :llwaysiiapj.en, says Journal 458 for the K. 432 for
N'IaAd the"DeoM.
- and JOHN C. BRKCKEMUUOE are KENTUCKY.Foityix I of Utmmrcc, (whose la': uago we adoj; ,) -C. Gonzalez. and given in chargeof those who have some racy. : % S.

the next President and Vice President of the counties) bean! from in Ko ituik\. t :at those who spend their lives in the public Santa: Iloba-J. R. Minis. respect for the guarantees of the Constitution Washington lias. for Bachsoia '.
show :; Democratic iin ot 7,000. Walton anJ the of the Sta'trs. Is this ? gon b/ --
-J. C. Campbell. rights net so ,
_ United States. Truth and justice, State and ,-thougithey thrir '
may earn counttv's -
88 and Holmes for tfi. K. NV.
JL'IS'IlLJO\'. 6, S P. M.-Half tlu- by only 0. <
If it is how it be said that the fact
B. Irwin'hIDliflCSR.
Washington can Urges
individual equality, have been vindicated in :Stat !has been heard from, in \\ filch [Uuchanan g-alitude by ;accrmplishing: the most Franklin has gone Democratic by 92 J' '

- their election: and sectional fanaticism, forth is 8000 .ihead. The American vote has, beneficent results. and manifest the highest R. Golden. I powerfully the necessity of an extension of : Yours .': 't :';

next four years at least, and we fervently Lilleii; off largely a compared with the last ability and patriotic zeal in the sphere of Calhoun-E. P. Holmes. the Naturalization Laws," when the very 1- NASSAU.:: *;'.'.;, ..'

I hope forever, rendered powerless for evil. Gubeinatorial; election. their emphJlJlt'lit.! and exhibit. administrative Franklin-James P. Pcnn. working of these laws has contributed to the 4 r FSRXAXDWA 'T'JOT.' e'f'

MISSISSIPPI.! Jackson-lienry Pope J. B. Roulhac II. defeat of the most dangerous party that has ,
The follouing States have given their electoral qualifications adt'ljl'ate to the loftiest functions Below I send rcm the result,of the eed

votes to the Democratic candiJates: VICK BURG, Nov. 6.-Returns completeand of ovi f:lUll'nl-f'H.11 receive the bi;l. H. Slater. existed since the establishment of the Government i in this ,' ,.u t

inc mplete from twenty-four counties it- est reward of honorable ambition Gadsden and Liberty-H. M. Derrick,* County.: .
....... 27 votes. an and be .
_ _ Pt'l1n"y1vnid:1. this State show a Democratic in.'ijority: of 3,. Boebusa.: Tfllzioewt-
n'iana: ._...I............... 13 000. elected to fill the Pn-sidenc of the Union. James M. Wilson,* R. H. \. Davidson. As for us, so far from denouncing naturalized ,. Fernandina .. ..41. 00'. ,';,

New Jcrsej.Illinow ................. 7 ARttANSA'. The number. of public men who attain to exalted Leon-P. B. Brokaw,* C. P. Chaires,* L. foreigners," we feel grateful to the King's Ferry, '. : 26. g'7 41:':
; .. ............ I. .. ... 11 "" LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 6.-Scatterinff relums eminence in point both! of capacity and i S. Duval,* G. W. Pa.khill., thousands of that class i 't11e free States who, Brandy Branch,, ", 80.Booth's ..;0 "

in i.ition Wakulla-James P. Cm ter.* in the recent elaction, assisted by their votesto : 9 S3Acosta's ". .
b&wnrc.-.z ire from one'tbiid or the counties in popular apprei i is so gnat in a llepul- ..
i 20
D. die State which indicate a total majority l.-i lie, where office with its t'ffersoneo.! ; Whltfield,* B. W. Bella overthrow the Black Republicans, and have : : "
No.tbCrnliiia. ............... 10 dignity, influenceand Dunn Creek. 2 10 .k :
.. Bucha! an of 6,0JO.Presidential) Joshua Ta\lor.] ..<
South Caro'ina,. 8 emoluments, is oj en to all, that the my, thus aided in saving the Union from the un. t '. '--.t".

Georgia.. 10 .. Election. claims of some are unavoidably postponedto Madiso i-:\. \V. McLeary,* J. W. Me- told troubles and confusion that must have resulted t i 128.- 'n n r '.'

Flo Ja. 3 u. A private. Dispatch to the editor, dated thu necessities of the case. The present Queen,* Wm. Ilankins. had the contest terminated differently. The vote of.i: all ,the precincts ezoeptthd

Alabama 9 Charleston, Nov. 63 o'clock generation has teen Clay, Webster and Cal. Hamilton: -J. Frink.* They are entitled to thank-not Insult. Wit. last is official. This ,you know hasbwa 4'J
.. ................. 1 2 says : '
TenDt'8Ste1. .. 12 Bin.hanan has one hundred and sixty I h',un fass ;iwy, without! il.nt distinguished Col'lmhia-G. B. Smithson, \". E M. ness the following onslaught upon them by Whig county, ;but I think' It 'may bt pddown

-- Mll Kentucky ie a: pi ._ 7 electoral votes not including New Yoi k." : mark'of national approbation which they aiefietly COUMI s, fl. R. Alford. the Black Republican N. Y. Time of the 6th : all right hr after. F.

: Loumana, 5 a A second, dispatch! ; giv.s the following acknowledged to have merited ; and Alachua--T. Ingrum.as .* In the first place, the whole foreign vote WAKULLA. .'':\

Arkansas. 4 .. States as cettaiii; for I'UC lalJ HI : thoic I are ttatennen now living competent I I \u-H. Bmddock.I .* Irish and German-has been cast for Buchan. The Newport, Times of the 12th'.outab.

..4p rt''n .tnl1lill. .. ... . . .. There have been here and there
f Missouri: .. V j I j for the most exulted [ os-tion of trust and !I Duval-S. Buffington, Hull. an. may the full vote of Wakulla. as follows :
p Ttzaa, ... ...... .......... ... 4 41 Lull:inn.! .. 13Dclawaie St. Johns-l'aul I some scattering German'jrotes given for Fre. -. to '
j honor who Arnau.. For Buchanan leG
3 I >-e age puts them l.etnnd a reasoiuible mont. In this city and in one or two of the .

170 N.lrth Virgin!;CItIIlilla.'., .. .' .. .. . .. .15S 10 | expectation of teaching that eleva- .' PutnulI-J.. Bryant. Westerrr States, this has probably been the Fillmore, 149'

I Necessary to a choice, 149. In addition, iuth ; : 8 j tion.' But it ;is matter ol peculiar giatificaj Mai ion-D. A. Vogt,* S. Helvenston.* casbut on the whole we do not believe that Majority for Buchanan, Sfif

J G&irci.10 j to c< nll'I1II.Iltc I the bestowal ollla' Si:mpler-John n'. J Ohll :OI.; one tenth part of the German vote has becn "
that CaliJornia 4 votes '
believe casting reward
we Fnrida.-. { given to the Republican" ticket. As for The limes, remark*that at,the Pantaxftr Qprecinct
A 1/1 by an intelligent and Orange W rn. S. Telk.Volusia *"*< *% ***'
le < >
for him. 9 grateful ,
has gone peo Irish have in wheretnere .W 29 lor
the drove vote
they a they east
gone -as
Mi8't$1)1)i.| ... .:. .. ... 7 Samuel '
S Fremont has probably carried the States of I'uiiana..6. upon Oil'11O tI title to it i is unquestioned Knight. always do go-for the regular Democratic Fillmore and T for' Buchanan. .{he'ballot. ,

.. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts T-xas. 4 even by those who i lepudia chis claim-- Brevard-D. F. Jones. ticket. They will probably never do anything contained only- the tttnaes.of,the President" -

Connecticut, Rhodo Island, New Tf nnepsee.. 12Kfiitucky Such a s'Iade ;ibis i a'lOIlit hold in the Levy-'1 hornas Cl}att.* el-e, as long as they remain Irish-and it candidates,.those;of'.t thtEl l ctors'j6eingbmit.eJ ..
12 takes at least two to th _
generations convert
Hernando James R. Nicks.* m
Ohio Michigan Wisconsin and Iowa Mieftiiiri I flection of James cha-i.m.; D .
Yoik, .. 9 sti'iguished into Americans. They seem to lack the fj c- < altogether.' 5horfdthese! yates btej.o.
giving him 114 electoral votes. A rkansa 4 I fur fid, Iii) and efficiency in the dischaige of Hillsboiough, -James Gi-ttia.* ulty of individual action, or of exercising a ted, Buchanan's.majority will be 42.. "

4 The only State which has gone for Fillmore I 152 numeious great trusts confided to his discretion Manatee-H. V. SnelL* personal judgment on public affairs. They ..MONBOZ. ."

is Maryland. I i I Necessary for n hoite. . . .149 the country rails him. now, at It cl isis MOllro1'. J. Fontaine.* vote in herds-and are of course, managedlike :. STMAIK ,,Ncn'; S.- ,
I In the above list i is inC'lIdl'd Louisiana. Those marked! thus Democrats other herds, under the control of skillful
in her ; are
be heard from. history requiring the
California is ytt to whii-b. intelligencethat drivers." I send you .thettfe! of the.Key-W_ pr -;
have I and
we regaided as doubtful and experienced
We b. low, the various despatches long experience' and famibirity \\iliaf-i Parties divided in the House29 Democrats, forwarded -'
publish from whK'li, up to this time, we have no satisfactory Is it not reasonable to that the cinct as to m e. by Ire F1ler:, ? ;
wire:'receivjd mail the fairs: impart, the piudence that i i- 10; opposition. Tho relative strength of par- suppose '. .
-- JIB they by) during j, information ; while, New Jersey ((7 age requisite fanatic who the insults For BucQnau, 'J \ .
shallow.pated penned
week. votes) which our dispatches report! to ba\e to mature, and the patriotism: : that comprehends -i is's on joint IalltilI stand thus ; FIthore'M, ; .-

i gone for Buchanan by from three to five the it terestu of t\\cut -five n.il- DemociatsSenate. 13 contained in the' above, sees in the facts men- .1"-0" JO

,. By Te1c&raph. thousand, is omitted.-Savannah Daily Ncus lions of i eople! and is b.lI i: od by no sertionnlpariuJiti House, 29-42 tioned by him, a powerful" argument (!) in Majority for Buchanan, 168:,
Nov. 7.From. favor of the extension
of the natoralhrfion
,, ,Yrouitbe. Banumab Georgian & Journal Nov. 6. : ] t' und sympathies} ,-to guide her Opposition-Senate, 7 [At the same pecmci Obiremajontwas15L1

4 r. f.o. BUCHANAN AND 'BUECKINUIDGE ELECTED !! still-'X.iatert councils, command her fleets and armies, enforce House, / 10-.23Democraticmajority lowsT? __ i ,

; Ii'.7 ...11..Jw" YOKE, Nov. 5.Sutficieflt returns the Savannah! Republican, November 8. obedience to her laws, and to take care Florida) El clbD We learn from S the ;Deputy:.Collector; at
h-re from the differentStates
II have' been to show received that HucLnimn and Brerkin- :: NiwYonn I: Nov. 7.-The V'>t.- of Fn mom j: that. he sustains nn dt't: imcnt. 'J J here exists 19 The return, official aftd report3d, lire as St. Marks, A. B NoyH-Esq., that D S
in this State i is 25 ).OOO Buchanan the: fullest assurance, in the ihniailer of the There will be a contest relative to the seats
Lee elected. There i is ; 200,000; West the lit inttDr.
I 1\ ridge have great ie follows. As a mattefof interest we give in Jones died at Key on, -
I\ the'Democrats of New York 1-MImore 125,000. man selected to perform, the-e d t cs, ill, d n of \Il' .srs. Uerricl, Wilson and McEluy from AJk
joieing ainung adjoining columns the majority in each of J. was a highly respected Physician.
or the total electoral vote of the Union Gadsden; and Lib but there
I L> the circumstances t: with whicli: his assumptic rty, as is no dis-
City.DELAWARE. (California exacted) Buchanan has carried n the Counties reported at the Governor's elec. most the entire population.of the Wand, aai
This State has g m" for Bu of them is about to he tended?, that tw! J In nor ute as to the f ict that they have a majorityof
chanan. It also elected a Democratic Congressman 159, Fremont 125, .ind Hllmore 8. I tion on the CtJi of October mark of respect for ba memorj and regret a
and of the the }leaI votes ca- t, there can be no doubt
NEW YOHK, Nov. 7.- 1 ho Democrats of I prosperity country, the preser. remain
.: In {-lace of Cullen J K N. his loss, 'followed his tobeir last
KETLCK'L0UI'LlIe.! Nov. 5.ThE this State have gained 1 1 Congressmen. vition of | esice' the promotion of II d sty, that they will be ( confirm as the rightful d .
:: *
.I resting place.
: ,: Democrats- have probably carried Kentucky Burhaiiau's plurality! in New Jersey is I I the protection of property, nIlJ'HI equal: and members. Mr. Davidson ( bt ins his certifi. 5 5 j I. 3* ..: 4: .. '

p :. by six thousand niajoriu.-The election 15000 t i pn nipt jidnui. i iit at on ()justice, will be tbe cate of elec io.i by the rt'j('( tion of a precinct; I .0 If M. R. H. Garnett, Esq., denx baa been 4*

p passed ,quietly in Louisville. ILLINOIS -The Democrats claim the State !I aim and the end of the Administration over and we pre-.unlc his rght; to a sLat will bo Franklin, l l 48 lected to Congress from the ls\Dltriet of

:.- II) C.UOO( majority-not conceded, howevr, j I which be prebidiF. Whenever the national: contest -d. Washington, 88 46 Virginia in place ;6f JudgaBaylejdeceased.Mr. .
.TE the Kremonters who still claim it.
XEISEF.. by : 64
goveri.ment has been COM-UC; ed with a sivgle The seat of Mr. Tryant of Put am will also Jackson, 432 458 G. is a nepSeV of vSeriator Hunte/. and,
A Dispatch from Memphis" states that the I LOUISIANA.-The returns have decided a I Holmes, 5 84
; .Democrats have gained in that city and five majority of 2000 for.Buchanan. eye to these, obj cts, ch iI >tri e and sectional 'be co. tested by !his. Democratic" CO:1: .pctitor. Walton 11 13 is among the most prominent: and nxnbing; ,

neighboring counties, over the G tvt'rnor's.eJ excitement have least prevailed. The Gadsden 26 44 Virginia's rising statewnen. Althoagnrtte"

: tiou, 'when the majority for Johnson, From'the Savanmh Georgian t Journal', Nov. 8. t ambition that might influence a younger incumbent The Sentinel publishes: tho vote for President i, Leon 121 36 District was earned by Flournoy pverWiaeby

(Dem.)in thu State was 2,167. The Demo- MISSOURI AND V UWIXIA. I of the Presidential chair to seek to as given by us last week, in the counties Wakulla, 169 149 36 733 majority, .Mr. Gamett's sacew.'ia.

-:.craUbave gained as far as heard from, 600 NEW YORK, Nov.. 7.-The Democrats propitiite 1 1. cat interests and to coi c'liate:: of Gadsden, Wakulla, Leon, Jeft't son, Jefferson, 245 178 certain by from 400 450liajorifyt r** .
J.\it Tennessee, and 200 in Middle Ten- have carried .Missouri i by ten thousand and Madison and Duval l, and add, Madison, 449 359 112 "
lessee State i* reported| to have gone Democratic Virginia: by twenty thousand. part supp rt,)is powerless l .to shape the poli- Hamilton, 24 4) SF8
The Madison of the 8th
by:an increased majority.NEW cor. control the actions t'forjkeMr) ; Buchanan "These counties gave Walker 177 majority Levy, 5 11 messenger says t
-; ILLINOIS AND 10wALL HAIL! the Floridian has "it 11M5-.-.and they Duval 3i5. 431 218 The negro who murdered Mr Pearee on
who attained the full -
;, : YOKX. APGUSTA,.Nov. 8.,-Senator Douglas(,- ,- ; having measure now give Puchanan and Breckinridge 402 Nassau, 128 '72 14 Saturday night night last, gave hinnetf tplte

5-The of graphs that'. Illinois. has,gone for Buchananby of his reward, has no pttrsol.al aspirati majority, wl.ich shows a Democratic gain of : Monroe, 222' 54 170 the, authoritiesctmfets; d the daedadis

Fremout over Buchanan in the State of New ; Jones '.,of Iowa' telegraphs' tha, his' :deci niag": )'eari, than. the conIc. ous- ridian." These, returns foot up 2191 1 (for Buchanan, .T-: ._-_ ,

; York cver-Fniinore UjTjJorted USO to.be XW.35,000 Wood Hi Demoi-ra'majority IOWA'has. gone" for: Buchanan.. This is reliable. -, ness that:will:attend: his retirement,. .o success It is a small matter t<> djffer about; but, as 1390' for Fillmore, and giving 1 ucha a NEW YORK.
.; Itre Wted Mayor.of the.Cit). The Cou- :--CpIl'tJla .tzl&. . honornbly achieved i ,:of duties faith ull.v we are mewhat sensitive.as' to the correctin ', majority of 807., In the same counties., the Daily New* of the7thgfi eOIthCogressthen
.; preeaiotiftl Dist'icts have gone 13 for the .;: :from' tb" N.Y. -Daily" Nw, NUT. 7.: discharged. an: of having"contributed!let us ss of! 'our figures, "demonetrate. the majority for Walker in October was 110. : le EdrN.O(

.. Democrats ai d 20.: for the opposition._King .LoUISIANA. hope/strengthen tlie'Union. I f'the 'Coi.feJeracy )- error of otrr.neighbor.Mr. T '. '* *. V Democratic g int)37.) the 33 to which" :

Iack44UicaD has been elected G over- : "NZWO.LEAN.Nov..6.' and"to .perpetunte' the eaisten; *'e of the Walker obtained a majority j : of 44 in Nothing' ". from -. the :.East by Iret night's Democrats"Af"1 *

The D(niortsi i ijo ..carried this State,by \( Gadsden 36 in' Wakulla '112" inMadison'ahiJ mail. names of the
: ,
S Republic.. .. : .. ., proper ,. ; '._- _
:;: 1500 to.2000.:)majority. -! ; ,, : '. :. _"The',Savan", ah".'trrorgt/n.=L.-.ty;:Jnurnal- t'. pay : ..,, 4J&f: aiV'ih 'tuvaJ,:: These,:Jnaj"ri-*j ; NEW JERSEY, "Tbe Ny.:,.Daily,.Next ,ofth9n7thsays repr nt

., hasbeen eted CoverJersey. tbe 8 ftnnsb Daily Ne w$, KTe v. II.-: : '- jlies j .niake.4iO.(_ C'JI; Perry'bad_ 36 ':majotHy" !21, George 44.tchrL
'From .
I Umenly to Iht Congressraan that
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'. ,I IH'moi'thow;that :tbe 'Democca'tJc tnaoritai&robaWaoOOrTba : : J'7' do remainder. Ul28--wbUb. ,. stated., .
# from' : .'.For.we"offieebf.Congressman; ; 'no:mlD: 1 'ilie: *'' .from. .New. rs/i '"Fti, U. .a.demotraiJc.. .

I1 .JT'. \' ,(. majority'v' ,injFI rid )1 }lupailor i ;juaific}! tionsvto thoeot it to. 'c'b*,. ,,:majority/or j :Buck;and gain,of U'imember*,;. Hie:Legfafatufe seems ,

All, :.u&ana'. .. '' "!':. ll fY"' or- XSavaoiab *.. '..Judge' ;ftawkina;i' tM'/dtfrl.:1.FpVewost.. Brcck"- b'-the Tsamercoariaes'U:402 i : By .also ,..toT ','contain' .a majority 'of .Democrats ;
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b character Sttbdhft&rt ilie Gin 1Iou 4- SEIUT RIAL ELECTION. izriii 8e tax P"t &* m-j%
though of a ly'gratifyihg > : r ( rgo f _.t i .i .
.niid large quanti.y Bagging jini Rope .'b V of Slate, in1 C. H.Acsiw,'Trwrtorer 'of the
*nd ndtry&tri in thi* at.tl'* l *too held on Monday tbs ** .,
;-was conaumi (1Her losi is abntjt $4.500. WHEREAS fOetu1wrbltimo. m the 19th Senatorial State of FJurida. Imviot; met at the OfleeO( the Seer 'stapleB nj+ derl'

country, yet it is suggestive or.tenons Sand 'The fire wag raoged'fn.ni. ibe friction! of the District, there traA po chitleebr the people Ury "!State t" rantraw the rtturna of the etectinnIwld
dutie*,resting upon the Southern States, gin. This is tbe tecond Gin Hoiiso that has thereof. BQ equal numler of vote having been ea t in Ui .State afnveatd. tm Monday, the 6th day of 2O.0)O) beat Havmum OIOAK8''
grave October,.ultimo, for one Representative to Contfresi, Fine Oroeeri. French BruoHte .
lien humt iu fur Jam** M -Rolrt Bak>r. ami John L.Stewart : r iecdved $ ? .
- that! should be takeij.al once Into considers Uiig county within the last three THE&EFOKK. in nler to supply said vacancy one Solicitor' f air the Enteru Circuit, and State Sena Superior Ifaikira.,;Port mind BhmyS Wmees. DeDtttmeu Ethecity ot

lion.; The election of Buchanan am happr or four niontirs.-Marianna Patriot, 'A'or. 3 it u hereby ordered that an electi"u l beheld iu the toil f.r the tSd. 8 several counties raid Senatorial District 19UiatH< 20th Senatorial Dutrict, do hereby -Bacon, Flour. 6og r, O ffw.- We.
to !*'!***. M6 &e Union at prtsent, bat The K' ow Nothing preeteg in this 'comntteintr certify the following to be a correct caiiwuu of said Whwkey. thing to uh the 'pacts of the people.
on MONDAf the 8th of December nest The returns every
popular majority of the .Nort'j' having St; t. are harping about CoinmonW RossoauHn thereof be made as escribed by law. returns aa made by the several Judges of Probate to NOT. 8. 1856. 4S J. R. LLOYD. "70 ii1tuTborMeo.41o.
AUrge I .' hi p the Secretary-nf Statei and file in hn office to wit _
Staff; v ti.ig at the election id Es- In witnetw whereof, I have hereunto set oa : .. .
geuie for purely sectional candidate, aiaijjysbon'8 eamhia County. We did not know before ba ,J and canard to be affixed the Seal my ofBKAL. Fir Uift.i.ffiit? lif RepresenUtive to Congress. UM For Sale, Leave IT&kIOOi11I SuuJy 1tsI 4e1 -'( i

,. that the feelings and sentiments of th<> that a Commodore had M Staff." The [ .] the S&te of Florida. Done at ihe Capitol whole natuber of votes teat was twelve tbuuMnd Ofirv SACKS ofsALr, cLasp (>rcmh. .I :r, 4't
and f of these, the Dumber cf six -
in the City of Talhdiasse thu 155th ofNovember. rty ttjie ((12,041 OUU. J.R.LLOTD.Hot. Anne *t ettay$ vy' a p.
S Northern people are too bitter and too deeply' Commodore wa perfe tly. entitled to vote as day thousand, three huqdred and 'ninety two,((6.892,)votes 34 *
A. D.. 186. 8. 6X66. 4 fl Leave Alhigater M' Th3aJ&L ,
-'; filed to yieW their aggressions upon our he did, and whenever it 'i is respired, be can JAMES E. BROOME was (given for George S. Hawkins, and the number of -- Lniv. atJrklogtinsclztdt.bilLaI. ,
P'oduce his qualification for c'tizen It five thousand sr hundred and (urty-nioe(5( 49))votes Wanted
hip. O-nm nor oj Florida.
nod lure nothing now to for ,
tro hope
kef. .
right*; was gen f r James M. B
: is not likely a gentleman in his hij-h portion By the Governor Attest : For tbe office (if Solicitor of the Eastern Circuit! the BIDES, for which the igbe.t price will be NOL tuit
but ontnraed and Increased _
from agitation w uld jH-rjure himself for the saKe ot a vote ,.*.F. L. ViiurxGDx. Strttarv nf Btott. whole number of votes cast was three thousand, six 5 00 paid hi caah or HercbamUse. I- raid be tlsd Vy ,

: until 1860, when they will make an What will the KtunV iNoi! i-iys grumble about of t fltrti Sontuiel.-n.Noven.ber. and Jacksonville N w* copy 'till day hundred and twenty trru, (Sjtfi f of tbeae the uumbor .1. it LLOrD. certified tow rtetf _

?-Ibid. ->f one thousand hundred and fifty NOT. 1856. 46 1
other dee eate struggle to place our Federal next 15 1656. 46 Bin seven tobyth.seeituItdd4rlAiltY _
((1957)) rote WHS civen fir James R Daw kins; the '.

Government in the handsjbf abolitionists. Additional) intelligence fioni Mexico, detailing Sales nuuilx-r i-foue thousand four hundred and sixty five Sotice.Orrics January.No 1857.will beud for* tripi sot pe&in&lf
Large MJ
((1-166)) vi.t.e for Lewis J. Fit-mint ami the
States however was given
Northern have ;
few come
A (iiMierai tMejLi's iilovemeiUs to Queie- Prx. ASI> Oio.; R. IL Co. ( T each of such omroiawoot not ts.atcr1y tiIe
num>>er <>f two bundled votes waa for Charles
of liberties and ON TIlE TaHnhaMee NOT. Srd 85C. d Urn times the of the trip beJ.duse&..
the ,
to the rescue our country. tat o, and Vld.mrri's retnluti*,H.iry operation*, A. M. Mitchell. ) i jy nay

- Pennsylvania, and especially the city of Philadelphia states that a hrge li uly of troops Had been FtSST !lHtTESDAY IN 1AIIItAIt.I For the office of S 'n lor for the ,Fi mt Sfnatorial "Vf OTICE is hereby given that an ?utaWnt cf FIT arrirah> ao far mail.behind sid last M (o .
: District J_1 fire rent lua been called i in oo tliul witI depemiIa Dot sldJ7
th<- \rh >le number of votes Cat wa four twenty per
despatched st the reliel chieis
have stood nobly by the Constitution agni ad pieparations ( } fe the stock of the Pen aeola and ie-fth.oftheeompemutitM'thI ttp k *
hundifd anSI eighty oue, ((481.) of thet*. ,lbe_ numlwr )tcripii< n > capital *
and the country. But where does the State were on fi ot for a vigorous cam %\TILL BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES on the of two hundred and frtyt.iglit ((248)) vi'te.a Ww given Georgia Railroad Company parable at the nfEop of to forfcittne. Fint* wdE: b* tapated, ttnlltfJinqtwuej.befrotDpUviutd 41
paign. It id a-gerted that the orders of the T T fly HMIV incntjniiMl. ut pul-lic 'Hit %rv. LA fur Joh.i II. Brooks The number i>f two huntlredanil the conipnnyon the let <>f December neiL Br order ; tatlrikctorfljtapihM '

of New York, the great Empire State, stand! [I'reeident with regatel to the en'nhhiniit rfO'ced NIEU'S PLANTATION, in M.i.li-o., C..tait> Fi-irf thirty two. ((2X2)) votes was given fr Anjins WNich.lH'jn of the Board of Directors. f.mnegkotibtti takato. iraB from r bio flT M
d.i o<> l tU of first rate Ijind.TEPSH office for it tab*jnjartd. dMtroytd.MMt4f
iiiprliii .irp-s nffepnf .
Side bv fc'ulo with New England in her sup levies of men are regular'y followed! and one ((1)) vote was givei. for Vic'orBicker. F.H.FLAOO, Sec'y.Nov. ;
-One il'ini C-iti aiitl the li.ilancd in two 8, 'iG. 45NewStoreNeiv ( lost; and for rcfunn ft r.fooaad. ioiotejds.
port and preference of the renegade John C. In a public order from, the Alini ti-r of Wart qiiil iiiuiunl int.ilnieiit8 ilrainsj! etidit JHT cent ititerrt. Forth office of Senat <> (liseontintio them. These Litter di i ec'l4)I1s, and i p. 'iirrJ bv in'.rtgige mi the taml.4H7 in runoiujf, v.bldd ad tiw 'Toott.TW-J% <- '
Fremont I think sir, tins fact ought to lie the whole number ol votes "at was fire himded Goods.
howeve-, are promptly disoheved hy the milltaiy : ncre are clnr d nn I in cultivation. iiil tih'ler and three; ((603)) of these the number > eiou 'h to B .ti f>- our people that! New York iiilh xcl'ent' (erie. And tlire are on iln premises a Inn-Ired fur George rHE undersigned would reflpecifullv: nit rm the fxilurei to run grcahiy! to cuotract, or Sit w1am.
: < iitiefc.. I It i stated that a junta.r41nss.t ana nini'ty ((290)) yates was given _
c'snif..rinl.li.' ilwt.lliiig.l gw. out houses, 9 gi>o>l utjroo.ibi'it ( I) Fi 1 citizen* of this and adjoining eoinnmrilivs. that r ing 'h. post oflSc* hws .=r mHroctivW of ths.d.p31.
her. ud and!
th-ir fiie.nl and that thy htn ivd illicns the number of two hundred tfjir-
U .ot ; n nf Mexican exiles in New Yoik
i in
; ;, r | 1) i.ouau nnd The Pmtmaster iOeiWrtl ay'j.rth vbtrdute.
sh Jin u Iy! reaps froai the tr de and t\v (.luttitig for tlie lev.ttion of Don Antonio hinilit are eitimtt* in tlie Fatten-on Hammock For the office of Serial or for the Third Senatorial l stock '.f Fancy ami Staple Dry O*>cds. Clothing H- may also croVr an aKuMa'cT **m If

contmrceof tie So-M j is eagerK picketed, Corona t<, the Piesiilensv.tVc on tinpuM <' rn.t-1 leading fri m M"iitirello to District the while number of votff cast wa tlirr4' Boots. Shoes, Ilais! and Cnp. !l4Ii5.II Ci-iirt IJi-nne, about eleven inile frmn Mad bundled and thirty four, ((334 ) ofthe etlie number offers to sell nn the r.iot reasonable terms. Also fin pat He toaj alrj ctirtail or diacnctian* tbsienise
while: she des iaes the source from \vaence it S'>n and twenty fn>ni Maui kellu. The Rail lloadii aUntie busdred and eight fire;((185)) votes was given tiaviimm Ciiir to sell to those who can appreciate iu whole or io part, at prc rate d' VMM oTpty;*-

comes.* Now, is it not !possible for the i Think we arc Ju\ iOcd in Saying | .'w In-iiiir fiiiHtruftC'l from TilHh.iw! to J.ickwn f>r Isaac Welch ; the r umber of ,ne hundred and the. Same. Please give me a Call at the home formerly lowing one rovuth'a vttr oorppeiaadoa flo HN itie'siti'
Tint ithor villu anti Sivuiiinh.! HS"! pi-ui thr<>uih the planta ocnpiuJ by E. M. Frileiyh. next dior to George Megmrls. of servicV dispense with Bid should b* addmud
Q5 no Pill or remedy fr Livt-rCom j for y cijrht (I4H) v,.tes was given for John MorrMoii. j
ciis of Philadelphia, Baltimore Charleston) tion. [he Iniiils fresh h aiid level and of the first the Second AtaistaCt Put master s-
; hm iTHirieil dft the Jenjned are and L. LEFFMAN, Agent | to ,
p'anit. t>'' >erdly.. reputxtlon now one ((1)I) vote was given for Janus McLean.
Sivannah and New Orleans to meet the by Dr M'L-me's Gel br.ited Liver Pills pre- j q iiility, and the plantnUon i liulieved to be oie! of For thr t.ffk-e Senator fir the Fourth Senatorial Ojt. 25 42 i pr.eribed.\ Prop<>tiiI/ r AV eu. Fi.rid0 .
the must desirable in Mi Idle Fluiidn. _ Fur further ; puaphtat drertiMfflablf'r
I. ----- --- --- particular
pieeil by Fleming fin*. Ptti'btriIt. As nn evulwicetlul District the whole number of votes cast was three *
wants of Southern trade and commerce, and ALSO PROVISIONS-plenty at laat.BBLS CtidVeying th. umils io Virginia, Georgia, JlutUfi,
they tl 1 cure read the f.1iuwingcerti1c.ttefrni } hundred anti eighty-nine ((389 ;) of these the number I
is it not possible to withdraw from New a lady residing inur own <-itv: 9 At the same time and pi-ice will be soil fur Cash, of two hundred and one ((201)) votes was given for I 7AI Flour! Ac. cf 1863 end 1850. JAME3 CAMPBIT -
"those"and NEW VbaK. January 23.! 1852.I John W. Cook ; the number of one humlred and peventv U 8 Casks Duron STde and Shouldof.! ,
York i in favor of other Southern ( Oeocril
Oct. 25 186C. 4S- Po tauter
I This is to certify that 1 luite bad the liver <-
cities the immense profitshich now i 1-l.iiii for m' year*. and never coul! get any nudivm int'lLI'Iiii one C.irjMMiter, I Bi.u-kuiith, and a go x'dervaiit and the number fifteen ((16)) votes was giver for 10 BMs.Mev Port. -

'k moncjKjlized by her ? I think so !-andI t., lieln me until I commeii'-ed u-insr Dr. M'Lanee Louse and seam stir. B.'nJMinin -.. Lee. 2 Lard and 10 kepn do. NOt1tS -
j Celebrated Laver Pi'ls. preoarp I by Fleminij Uro 1 -ALSO- For the ffi'-e Senatoi, for the Seventh Senatorial 4 ilolanseo. 20 d b,. Retrfied WhIskey, persona haviuikina.oraagaIzt the esM fcfOocnty
oo h<>pe the Southern Commercial: Conxen- can, now s.ito the pub'ic, that they h.ive oo-npletelv District, he w !Iile! n.im'ier' of votes cat was nine him- 10 Sugar. 4 do. Frptif:, ni-xiuif. Forsnie ALL V\\tkin7nte.ol Jaffvrsoa d.-

ten, soon to convene in the city of Sr.vans.ib cinei1 l me ; nfl-I 1 I d i hereby recommenJ them t > all About" ROOO iHU-hfls) Crn.. d cI 1 nnd fiftv one. ((951 ;) of the e four hundred and 1 hy> McXATJGHT. ORMOXDdCONor. ceased will take notice that they Zenat pre..iit U.IsL
j erMin iifflceil: with dueacerl" Liver. Thy will 20,000 4 i pminda of FinMer. io.veritv nine. ((479)) votes wa pivet> f>r Ix> sen 0. Me j 8. '5fi. 45 to the nniJersigned duly authrotreated withbt tL4 tixaprenrihed
will seiiously look into this matter."Wiiy .- c.re. Try Hi-in. .MARIA EVANS. 60 bu heli St-fd Pe.18. Elve\ and the number of four hundred and seventy-I by law. or tJrfs notice will b* d*U ia ttr

shall we heap up wealth upon a people -No. V3 Lewis MieitJ3 ".' S. d head" of II-ir two ((47'J) lo'es w-is; girt n f. r Samuel B Lo e. j India Rubber Belting. of their recovery And all pern** mdtbMd ti ait
?" Purchasers will l e cnrcful In ak for Da M' 40 ofCattle. F'..r the offi'-e of St-nnt-'r of the Eigl t'i' Senatorial i iDi LARGE bUPPY of India Rubber Belting rftwo. estate ere hereby notified to ulaJc icimcdkte pajtutnt -
despising us ? Why shall we give the profits LAN ES' CKLEBRATIID VauMircoE:, inanuf.icinrud, by 14 1 \Vo,kin Mules, trii't the whole numlier; of v it>s c.st was seven /V three and four ply. UHrranted fully .qut l lto io the uudfr un> d at JlonttceUo.

and emoluments of our trade aid commerce FLEMING !iuoi>. nf Pitltban*. Pn. All other Veriinfiigcfi. Two larsre Ho id XVa niw. hundri'd aid f..rty.seven. ((747 ;) of these the number j jof Leather mind 75 p. r cent chopper ; iu fact con 5d- 5 WILLIAM W. iizra.Oct. .
tii p'nnpirison..ire worthless. Jr. M'Lane'i One liIit twohiTM %Vaguu, 'our liundrtd and thirty) -one. ((431)) votes wajjjiven I ered by th.ie who have tried tbeni. superior to Letth S5 1868. 8w-CS '
to a people that would prostrate our tights One }T" fiiuiiie Vermifuge, also hi# Oelebrateil Liver Pills hompson B. LnniAr; and the r_ All site*, from 4 to 14 inches wide coutantlvon
and trample the Constitution of our Countrt Cull now be li.ul .it .illrespectable D ug St ,,e. Xmtri OIKTie One, LinVr! ot Mill Oxen, mi'l sixteen ((316 votes wja given fur Jft'inesIJ. ImnH Ly D. LADD.Newpor BOOT( ANDSHOE; SHOP '
cimiiit tcil'imtl t'lf fiffi ittut"f 43 Randolph.! !
underfoot ? Surely there can be no jn-lK-i FLEMISH UKOS. Blacks'iiith) T.wl4.] Fariiuiitf Tlteusil" ic. j For the ffflre of Sei
sense in such a com- Sold at a'l of the Diiiij Store in ill.ihubaec andb I Tin title !ii. the Liii'ls mid liuewill l>e tniule br j jj Diit ict, the whole nii'iiler of votes cast was three purpose of making the finest end IttMl tyU
patriotism or common j the il.ir.-lul of the Norlh-rn li-iricr of Florida, miI I O1' Sale. of BOOTS and SHOES, nd promise to give sat *>
\ nut: o ent 111 every town III the South.i birm1r.I and eleven. ((311 1 ;) of thfse. the number of
Let us see wiat the South \\ill! do.SOUTHERN'. I d.-r C"ii ent | I now re.I Work done with aeatttw and
1 the title viill be gooil'I mid iiniiifuiiilieied, diopnteli. -
for J. bandied
M. McBri-le. jn-l tie ii'imber of
one ride Clin'on Sttift.
; Tallahassee UarketIov. I on i.ear the College PKOTZ tOct.es 1ttT11
I ,
niiil five for James il.Smith. !
twenty ((125)) votes was given
of Land
are over acres attn -hed 4S: Cd Mciiroe J FoU
THADDKUS I'. LAMER. i iI t ac 00 H*
We cannot reftal' from cnlb-ig the ntlei.- 14-COTTON.-The article bas come in very to tim) resilience undivided sireIF the -
by ; on prarri-
the lun.i-i fierSy tliniiiij t ie p.itve>-k.iiriil tlie sulea am.Minting I AdrniiiNiiaSoro; i>f Auu.tu1I La'iier. Jec'd. | For th<. r.ffiee of Semt ir AT th< Fourteenth Senatorial see n fine Garden. Stable. Conicrib. Cniuue 1jan40 fof
Land Bte"gro
tion of our correspondent f> : 4 and S le.rpdE
November I 15, 1 '5'J. 4C T\v
t. blvG: bjk-s. wire --ily ftu-cttil at the quoai !Di) -tr ct. the p mmther of votes cast was Ne ro houaos, a HpK-n.hd Well of l cool tracer and good
vote given to Mr. Buchanan in t'c? r irtle tract rf &S!

New York. Fremont received i-i: that civ j I I',u-ts, ti l4 to iJ l fiir btsl gr.ulvt Tlicst- are <.l h Cornier: will pl "i-<- cop_> tlnt-e t tiint. a wct-k for OIKmon'h num'i-i "I. three hu'i'liei, and seven vote' was mike \Vf anfl N.'rth fiOnf the GtAlvgt, nJHli-! fr>* re' ideiices i- JL aefeit of LAND lying on the Mbxnuki Xak .
j | r vvf. Fr timJe lots, \ ft- more m ty be tiLttiiu-d. iiM-l send bill to }]lus ffioe. fur I [p iip! D.-ll. mi 1 nu'iib-r of one hnnrd! and j nhi"li I MI" nell at privateiale.. This is a rate n.-ar Herring's Sti/re. fbe land is first.rite Quality
17,760, while Mr. Buchanan's vote swelfli | K>EA ISLAND.-OnU 75 b.ilt-3 of lliio drbcriptionchaiiijeil eix\! seven f K 7)) vof.s7n jri jven for 8. B McLin. 1 P''rtUi.itv. nff.r.d t" tlm c per-niis wln desire Oak and Hkkorjaboct 225 Out cleirod aod naJ4fcood

to 40,741. If we add to tliiMr.. I illmore't. h.m Is duiiiig the week at prit-t-i varviglroiu'17 Sale of Land and Negroes For the"ffJc" "f Senator for the Seventeenth SenJ.J.n J. to I I.'C.i'in; Tali-ilii'S'-e! an-l echicat thi-ir may chi;dren i inriiher fence, and well w&iered with runuiny bnoefaM
to 20. hEIR A COLD3.I niml DNtr et tl \\lio'e; n'iniberof votis east wad i if of: the in:ilo or feiiiri'e C.'llei;.-* >f thia ntv. un and never failing springs. The impn>vementa eonoit
vote of 19.97S, there arc- found 00,710 voters I -1''T\7 I LL I li.' 9' ld. mi ler a deeneol t Co'iu. i>n M in, "d bv none for the ability and cqiiirenent of of a comfortable dwetlng-houa] and negro Mbizn.

in that city-an immense! majority-hostile AIARRlEIJi day the 7th d.iy of J.nunry, I IS-: 7. at I hi 11 1 tr 'f t two dun-lied! and tiin-tv, imre ((299)) totes was peL'knjen in tlnrje of the nhovp insiitutiont.i.r rood bam and No. 1 giDiouse and screw. Tb* P- j .
late Pla'iiati- iif.ir >.in-ly Ford on Aicilaliiv' ': irivt-n for GeonjH E Hawe: and the unmlr ..f.oue, ,j.-trti..1 r, ..rp'r to JOHN K. LLOYD.Lumber. sent 3 ear's a tton crop will bring ov r $3,000. AnyJ
to the scctionalists.Fote. j cr, (One Hiindird Xfgrm" or ro ,iiianv; thereof n m-iv hui'H'e'l an-l sixfv.fivt(145)( < ) votes was given for Thorn .' S.pt. 27. 1t5G. 39-if gentleman wishing to r arch&*e can examioe th. pr- .
Vaonihe 28th ult the Ilev.t .
In by ?
j Lynchburg, be necessary for the |M\ineiit of debt and for ills :is T. Riiel1. mises an>l buy on aco>ranu>datiDZ terme. I/dwirad,
of Cities; t Thoma* E. L
1 Mi MARY C. daughter of the late Dr. Wm. Dane, | Rirhird Hurriiuin. diwa-ed. AKo one if the most ral Dm'nct. the vttmV n'lml/er of votes east wa five can also be pnrthaaod with ti'rJac.M le*

The rote for President in some of the both ot Le..n c-iunty.Pla.! j viiiu.tHtPlantation-' in MrMIe Florida. lvi'i iu Mill l I. hundrt-d and eighty riftht!) (SSS;) of these the number TT7E iave nn hand Fiver Six hundred' Thousand horses mules hogs, tiftck ,atU.. ttrminj rt ,
v l i8oii Countv near b.-n.ls l Ford mi I the And I In I Hicr.rontninin of three hun-lred! and twenty- even ((327) vot* was j f T feet ofiriMNl SEAJOXEO Lntaca. of every (JIlcription. principal Northern cities w 's as follows! : Fifteei' or Sixteen HiHnired Acies ol fii-.i i given\ for Wittimimo J. l'reitt. ard the r.-nVbcr of two which will be delivered in Tall ha8e low.llms .- Apply either mperanier bv letter Wicw..kl..

Du1i man. Fremont. FIlltH.re. DANCING SCHOOL. rate lind: TliH p'a! :iLtiiion wa the re i'leiit-e i.f the liiin.lred r.nd ,. xtj one ((6l) vo'es was given for WI1 i wislitnv LumWr can address us at Ceutrerille.1H1U Oct. g5-tf 43 Q. W. MOORE.
late Col Richard IIiirnon nitil !ha the adrant.iireofirre.it ham, mleaalmgin. awed at h>>rt notice. .
New \nrh r
40,714 17h760 I9,97tBrookivi HEJuiii"re1aof Prof. Titiw scho.l will meet % j
For the offie of for the Nineteenth Senatoiial j A. R. COBS JL CO. NEW 'O.ODS.
JL fertility. dur.ib'litfpi>il, conveiiii-HCe to iiijr- Senator -
th 1 laitr Hi tel SlstiiiaL 3
R3.O 8,140 7,601 lit & FriJay at
let and excel'cut Iwalih.! with ni-cecs to pniil range Di-'trict. the whole number of vote cast. was j Sept. 27. 1853. 89Noticei
-ct Term.
'cl 1 M. $10
Albany, 4fj:26 2.305 2,73iTrcv ( per for CMtic.! The f.itl..wi'g| !ji a dc"cription of the lM'd three) him Ired au-I 1 eisfht. ((303 ;) of lli >>e the number

2,1S 1.547 1,877BufThlo Buckwheat Flour, Irish Potatoes, contained I in !>:iiJ tract nenr Sainlv Ford, mi the AULIU !- of one hunlred a-il I fort\-twoU2)( ) votes wis crivenf JOHN PBATOEIOUS .
4,417 2,897 2,650 River to wit : The S E i i.fS. Sfi. the SV 4 fSAC. .lame Mi-Robert Bak.r. the number one hundrel T HE 1 annual meett-isr: of Stockholder of the ]Pt'nsa. 1 ,

Philadelphia 38,1 ao 6.932 1 2,52Z cfcO. 27. the X 6 i -f Sec. 34. 'he E 4 tf tU! S E 4 ami Pi'tv two (l42)) viplea wm ,yj iven for John cola and Georgia Railroad Company will take MERCHANT TAILOR, ,
Just Received : Sec. 34. Nil ,,11 R I. T 1. X ,fcV ; the S W i of theN L Stevnrt. and the number' of twenty-four ((24))votes place ou the first Wednesduv in December next. Dealer IB ail
Boston, 5,458 7.646 4,330 BUSHELS- Irish Potitot-f, W 4 rf Sec, :81, T 1. R 7. X A E ; ,he S E 4'fthe was given for All'n J. Ca sadv.F'r F.H. FLAGG, Sc'v. ReadyMade ClotUigGeatleaen's

Lowell, 1,249 2,0S7 182 rj I t JT) Buck -liettt Flour in Bays and } Barrels, X E i of Sec. S6. T 1. 116 X f E. the 1j -f the the offi'-e of Senator for tb Twentieth Senato- November 8, 1856. 45Administrator's Furnishing'

Riiidins atui Currants.Drie N E i of Sec. US. T 1 I II t. X
Sarieks from Grecley. d i Applrt Maccar the) S W i of tho K E i mid tinX E 4 of the S four hundred and ninety-three ((493)) votes was given
Oa the morning aftfr the flection, the Stewart IV-Uef, Frent-h Can iie Mustard. W i of cc. 36. T 1. H 6. N A E. AlitI.ef. How in* for J.'hu' Eubank* ; and the number of three hundred BY virtue of an order trom the Hon. Judge of Pro- p of Cloths, Casitifneres; Testing, 4"Cf

< oilfrtn.cts.of mat z 'Hit 1 E 4 of the X EiofSeo. i. and nineteen, ((319)) waa given for Malcom C. IMcrson. bate for Leon county will be sold on Monday -
New York Tribvnr the f C tnm. G-mhed BStU-r. A-c.. leading the Sib of Decnmbcr before Every and
orgatn next. the Coiirt-hou Style
CLi J.MEG 1NNISS. T 1. l It 6, S & \V ; tl-e X i of S E 4 "J Sec. 8. T 5. R Qaalitytchich
Black Republican! m, :announced, the result! by' 6.54. K; The X E 4 ftl,4 W i of Src. 1. T 1. Sot In Testimonv whereof we have hereunto door in Tallahassee the following land, to wit: The .
N..venh-r 15,1856. 48-4t R fi. E ; the E Jf the S E i .fStc. 8 ; dieS i of s-t our.'fficirtlsisrnalures. Done at the W half of N W qmrter, of Section: 25, in Township I am prepare 1$ make vp in fta IMfashiottable <

in an article commencing thus: Charleston Packet. Sc.9 ; the E i of the N Ei ..fSec,9 Capitol! iu the City nf Tallahassee, this 2, Range 1. N and E. beloujin to the eitate of John style, on short notice ..
We ha e-lost a battle.The Bunker Hill The of the follow tenth day of November. A. D. 1856..jff Judge deceased; and to l h'e avid fur payment of debts. *
names negroes uie as g : AND REASONABLE TERM44LS0 .
MEST VESSEL. Terms on day of sale.EDWAftD.
the 1t
new struggle (for Freedom is past ; -
Prince IHC Piclioiis,
Saratoga and Yorktown are to beachicved. THE regular packet brig HERALD.tSSg Dick. Aleck J&k Secretary of State. Admr* -' .
jet iriastrr, will ImVe ltspatth for the Nancy, C H. AUSTIN. R. H. BRADFORD. f _LASUC AND WEU: SXCXCTXp 4TOCX *T
A party of re' teidav; without 'organization, Iuue port. For freight ur p wage apply Ui Esther, Sam Sl.'ck, \\ urreu, Treasurer.VOTR" November 8, 1856. 45-5w

without official power, \\ltr-out prestge, and D LADU, New Port Nanny ab.. Billy READY-MADE CLOTHlN6\

latteily alnjns' without hope, has not ovei- :NOT. 15, 185& 46 Jinny. Cip'line, Hamet, FOR CONGRESSMAN BV COUNTIES. NOTICE. Consisting of every garment soitahle tor wntor
borne the oldest party in I he t tintry, tritli Sa', -Iu', E KiLtn nily, Ilennetta Winy, j : SIX m nths after date the underpinned dmini tra- such as Cloaks. TalmHvCuals.VesU. Plata,Ae Ae
its hundred thousand flirhfiMer its A Fresh Supply ofCigars.1 I Paty, -Jim f. on the estate James HuMeruess. deceased w1'ichwiIi be disposed l 'if at low price .. .,
eighty Jif..nt.
> Bob ; late of Leon rouuty. will fi.e her account nud vouchers Alo. a large lot of Thin and Fancy Bhirt* Cdorv
arrivuls. -
miliioi i <>f nnnni] expenditure, its inillt nand JL\JUUw- ACC\ \ nefcturficlf RECEIVED inaiiufj by late ture i-lno l i $vIIi, Afh-.ir. J-'e. M and apply to the JncJire i.f Probate uf>f Leon cuuu- Underahirts..CravijaSmneka, Hwiery- 4este. wi,

H h If of \o erg train d I 1 by the hnliits )l la McDOUOALL t I10UBY ptrl Jim. Sol'iinoC, CrllfS, ty for a discharge from said! ailn' >ini trtition. Those d mrini; & thorough OUtt will rnnsmTt tUnir. .
( i). Rutli.Vuiiy '
I ,
lifetime to rote without question or hecitution Nveniber 15 1856. 46 h.ep'ien t'.iN'y.. Mariali.Plnllii I ELIZABETH HOLDEKXES8 AdmV'x.Nuv own interests by fiv\ny me II CilL w all this above articles
I I' whatever bears its 1 iln-l. The Repu li- Sun. Vincent, 8. 1856. 4lM5in have been selected wth great cart, and vift > '
special iew in their adaptation to.this mark.i. :;'
can party, cal'ed! into being by the Nebraska 1000 Pieces ofall Papering. B'n-lon l J.i nhre. Adam, Candies &d. Octofjer 1g. 185E. 1/-43 .

InI iu"'y: of 1854, }iiiiiz a fuJi-Uniive existence JIHT rei-eirea1. a huge aw .rtn't >f overy variety j .1. h-i A'fred. Becky, ,

I it but ,Mxteen >'tntes lint- >t.ezitttt one "> jor and q-j-ility. Win lo* Papering plum I M .rah, Xancy, Jufaiit, Escaumbia. :!kO ':6 46Sinta JUST RECEIVED an awrtmeift of "Stuarts"

- the tival parties, which boasted nf iheir corn- and figured. U"rdeimg to unit all.McDOUGALL. Mepny, Allen. AUcb, ItlHI, 21)6) 3'in n'iWalton. Gelntiuc, Flavoring extract*. Lncinria Jce
4 HOBBY. Xclly. 177 166 34:1Washiugton : sale by G. A J. MEGINNI&i.N.'v. .
pact orgnn'zntion in all the States but has Nov. 15, 1866. 46 .ltPbe Mi.lge, Anne, ( ei'rge. 151 1' 6 25Ililniec 1. 1859. Gt-14 HOT receiving hift Fail aod WtoUc Stoci 'efGoods.

failed to ta-at the other in its first Prefciden Peter, Aaron, Zilphy, 44 103 147 IS .suitMblc.fv>r ,* *.-*
tial canvass. James Bucliannn w our next? New Books Fitnny. Jackson, Candace, Calhoun, 112 7 179Fiarikilu FALL BOIIiINEBYffcS. ?
CharlVa. [ I
President and John C. Breckimidge Vice Beli-y, 178 S7 265 :
Albert, Solo.ion, Eliza, B DAVIS has and cnnistin in of Frfjnch! andEn1hb
received a large awortment nf Jackson, 414 48 872 \ .pened wilt, he re prt Ctotc.
Pre >i lent, and ih free State men of Ktinsa JUST M-e'.lm>eoiii Books, compri Iveroon, iLinsfifU, lld'tba, oa.sieUI. 385 E97 782Litetv ce'itiiu;. b} expreM. throughout the seuton. the mere and Vetting oj tlcolora.\ and nfteb.4qU.

are ternporaiily de'ivered over to the teuden StandnrdVorks.. Pne. Poetry nnd lt i Scott, FniiM-cs, Nancy, 97 '14 171Lc'on litest and most fnbbiooable styles of ity. which he n prep red to manoJactara to order. .

f the Border Ruffians. tempered by inauiHi. wilh all thr rerent p-ib'k-ation: E'iza.' Tenah, Hellen. 438 32 70Wakulla PARW MILLINERY, the most reasonable terms and in the most "
the Fed- Buncroft** and IlildrethV United States.Motley's Emily, Ben, Doctor, 155 1S4 239Jrffersnn
c Ider but not less fatal) crait of the Ribbons. Flowers and Feathers FASHIONABLE MANNEjt
Jeff, Filhs, WiLi, ; also a rich* se1eetio i
t of
die Dutch
History Republic,just pub 374 151)
era! of.I hose Ruffian* who lmveju of Dress 'I rimmincfi with with t .
pa'miis lished.Alion. Smicbo, Amy, 469 491) 99 a variety -f Dress and Together a mer >oortay t of
aided in another Jack Leach.Al CL.uk? lutts-rns. Ballads Dresses, CI 'aks, Heud- tOHm5
seeuringini1mose .
pitrons 4 Continuation of the History of Europe. hamilton, ::195 211 406C ; .
four year** Jea&w-of.power. ,? I 5th and 6th volumes. o about Forty heSd of Mules. Corn, Fodder, Ac.Ternix slumubia, 419 51 1 930Aaehua Dresses do. made t" onler. Bonnets bleached, preaed that wflf compare fan.wWy with any ctoek .1.is4

Practically the ye.dict of yetterilay hn, i AW 'tt's and Se-ttV Nnpoleon Bonaparte; Tlieirs'French of Mile will he. oL-b tor the Netrroes. Hie 337 191 528'Nustman an I hnp.s| alfrud. Orders, fnmi the Ctititfl: bat ever exhibited for tale in this cHv. fini
enslaved Kan* Wad made it treason nndrelIliou Revon ion; Oibbonn Ilome. Hume and Mn- Isul i will tw sold on a credit of one and two or three '- 106 92 198Duvitl. faithtulh nod promptly filled! 'I br Indies of TallnL Fine Black and! Colored Cloth knd FroekObafc..M
***. and
!*ee "vicinity are solicited to call and
ciuli-y' E'izhjiwL Jrd and 4th volumeIlollinV; An year* with pirtcaib-credit payment* bearing intertfsls 2CR 492 760St. examineat Fancy Cassimere auJ Beaver Frock asd -
for her devoted inhabitants to Ftru the house known HA Mrs. Oirard's
rient HitofThnlwall'ii; Greece; Ronti' m's works; Irota dutf. Johns, 195 67 Zti2Putnum. opposite Cowts, btm j .
gle lunger avert thiittfestinv.- Praciirally I PremMtt's Fe--liiiand arid Isabella. Mexico. Peru, ISABEL M/HARRISOX Ad.a'x.. 117 118 230M.trmon Epi.'eo-ai Nov.| Cburch" Muoro street. Black and colored Cotb, Beaver aod NaOv.'

the brutal ruffians-wlwy..sknlay at most ofthepftl4xlIi l'l.iipthe! 2ml and Miscellaneous; JluseU' Mo-Ieni November 15<->g. 46tIsNotice. 361 260 2lSnm1ter 44 Sack Surtiaits, lRaglaii's .

ittt t 'Fre.'! b'ti tt8 jeered t Fur.'pe; Hul lam's Hi t rical *./; The Works ofLr 93 67 li0Oranr Notice. Black aod Fancy Doeftka sad
bTeediugEa-4hui< 'l Bncoft. AddL-ftn. ( iilarnh1i! Jrviip. flrrtt 51 46 96V..lw&ia. hante, -
makingtpmt'of Dickens; IrvinjjV Life of Washi'-jjtnn Spark Waah- r _, 26 42 68Brtvird IN pursuance of ftf rtrder f the Hon. J. Wayle Bent Oremdme. Bantthea, Balm sail
robbery*arsbn. rapewHi iimderliave beVn i iit'n itiil Hradley'g Wnshingtiat; Cliamber'i iCrlhini'U SIX Tveeks after" date. 1 slwll! apply to the Hon. 10 5 15 Baker, Judu'e of the Circuit Court of the Mi-Idle Fancy Velvet, cauimirr,. Silk .

iDotdaidomntut'1i4t4 hihiimt teof their WriJinpV m 10- volumes, library style ; ol Probate in and ff the County of Jeffer Levy, 57 '71 128Ilvrnmnd. Circuit ofFl.'rida. the uniier&iyned Administrator and While &lk Ax. T .

fellow-citizen*.. Pr ctic,iHrf; the ..Arneri'- Chambei's jO}<;Hw'a9r! Afneriean Jjtfrature, in 2 641n, for letters of Administration ou the estate of .', 122 86 208HuIsb.wougb. Admiiiiilrutrix of.tlie emtate Loyick" (Jfet-rt dreeased. Gent' Shawl Dressing Robee. fb* 8Li ,.
people Iiekests1ettm -'reverwr- be'p firy of Slavery volume', jiist iwi l, containing an.account i f-,tliliferatnre John Severe, late of said county deleaved. 316 15 471Namiatae will sell mit public Mile tii the highe! .bid-Uf befme Cotton and Merino UodersJurti,
:- nf our onintrf fr"rii it* tliioojety! tci the pre- JAMES SEVERS. 24 5 57Diide the Court Ilou e d'Mir.in Tallalmwre.on ili'm'day the Canto FUooel and Jaan Drawer "*t *' *-

inaugurated by our Reval fiouarypatrjatdnd wut dav. with.a Memoir if the.AutliTrr* and extract N .v. 1C. 1656. Cw-46 1st day of Decrmber nex.t, the following real estate, A.LSOj _
deridedthat! Lilierty nnd from their writing*. Tbe best t buokof die kind extant I - Monroe, 235 58 293 t<> wit; a laud Warrant ni,. .IS 765 and the claim .4
: 81i *ryjirr rgual In,merit lutdeqoa ly accor Notice. the heir .'feaid es'.ate t4> Uirec hundred and twenty A reneral of Fancy aMW. ,1as

? dantitht1egrnius.orDenincracy Practically Simni's Border Stories and RvolotH rmiy'"nomanceii 6.392 5.649 12.041 icres oflnnd. im9rot !Ue4. in ,Section ((1 I 6)) sixteen. Satin Stocks Tie and CiavaU. OnUs,.. .oUi
in 1.4$ Statesman' Manual; .Hifc' 'ry uf the A LL persons creditor lepitoes entitled tt distri *Tliere was a return iu. 'ie from precinct in this TxwiHhlp O IKRutye tliiVe.S-Kith an I '.V'st,including white Kid and Silk Glove Baek cad Lisle
- the Sl4re Power has.been bidden to Republic Wb;ter' and I Calboun Work'a, complete, fImtiosi or o'li-rwHe, interested iu the Estate of county, but there being n.m county or aniz-iti-Hi or the late retidenee \>t the laid L"ick.Grern. Terms do. Ladie Gauntlet tupanar Lioea, Qbo
take possetsiwi of the Federal Governtnetit, in volume; the Rev. John Wesley Rl nlea 1 itr of JeHrn county prop r officer to make the returns the State canvass w.ll be made known on the day of ale.; Bilk rLwdkerchif, Brpwq tatatvaer Oettas- Lls1.

and ridej| b. bod. over nil who manifest BUnk Ikxik a.-id-8tation ry, tetter-Cap, Lewd Florida deiM-rtfted are Imreby notified to exhibit theft ere deem it in.proper to count the vote. The votes JOHN DOGUAR. AdmV Thread and Marino BOM Aft. .

t op1o1 to -pJtjaiuro .or repugnance to arvl; Account Paper; Gold owl Steil Pen*, witl* nfl I claims and demand* with n two ears 5r without handles; Envelopes fancy and plain;. ViVitiny Willinm Dodd my IIgI.Ut at Monti. or the same Nov. 1. 1856. Im-64 ts
SW7r will be burred and all indebted t the eni.I l lleceae .
and Canh "Lwlgeri Joiirniils. Dav- ; persons > :
; Playing ; ; -- ---
Bb, Records and Pats Books, and evw) articleusnally < make ptunient to my caid One 45SwGiiiF TO THE- -PHYSICIANS- OP FLO. Just

New Or.t found in our twine' agent who i* fully authorized to ne'rle the paid estate OR SALE a second hand (tIN of above sixe baa RID A."PHE '

: leinsst wys: Hieirt N..v.16 48 McDOPGALL & HOBBY.DanciiigJ J LAURINDA l&tt.M. RHODES Adm'x.Montieello been .uly used to grin SO bales Cotton, aixl as Annual ileetinij fthe Florida M.dicalAs. From NE rFOSHEN rYOR.

*mred Nov. 15. Sui.46 goad Fur smile! l'>w byrfcNAUaHT. X fttt&tli
yeUrday -- as new. i will e"i.vem.jn th ? Senate Cheniber of (" Boner, _
with Regiment of In fan Dancing!! Mackerel and : ORMOXD' t CO. the OA'pitol. Tanaluiflie, pn Honday Iu Decero'oer at '-A 8od Cr dim# N14,
! 4ipntn ,d ofBrevet.t1 a Herring. November ''SB. 45 1 10 o'clock. A. M. The Atonal Oratiwi will be il.- Btte -
> : imd r lgn.l lajvJ'igJmt retnmed-trow New FEW HALF BBL9.etch N.. 1 Mackerel and livered hy Dr.E.a ,Giilurd of : eSanm coontv;_' Sutiar ', I. ,, -
jor N8 X B/e ; 8. .FL'Fow.t2 THE' -
j aajor rk Jw be faM been Msixaated wjlii its A Phr iciana *
:Herring direct from the Fi&berie F"'f Ale itslow Exec tbfs Sale ;of Land.ISUA.LL and Uodioai .Student* >tl roujuoot the BarrvI tkjrr
0 wrukLUat -
Ur ;
ouutenwd devoted 1m enUre attention tu th aoqui rate hy State are rrqueeted to attnolTHa.E. -
aai %,;W :Bi tf'rSL;, rcb rt : ttd W..H. ilion of ev.ry tiig-ntv io ihe -tweet p.istin.if MoNAUGHT- ORMOND & CO.Norember8. .- on tin- first day of lainmry* 18B7. sell in LEONARD,
:- -v --R1ttr, (be U.svenhy Nine,"" hg leave, titus Io tend T-h> 1866. 45 & wftha decree, nf!his: h b O1T1IbflMeI -_ f. tba tract of lAnd mrn4mprovrnetiti 1l# roiiiituated .N".y: LI 856. im_: ?
tt hb tchMID fdflirist immediately North 'it 'and sdjiumhg TlUhaxee. .
.neMjr*- InTpnuU or 'LIME. v
-whereon the- late John &:sb.paMv'.4dd IP5 -
V giw In the Waltt B p Walti fiv 8tP tep-Wal$ ij
;'- 1thit VBt4irt I A A 'BBLS.'lime, fret and in good. .order,just pvim_ U (death. Tbe Mid tract-of bud em'Wt '. -
iv1agid JiindM.nh-by'' p talus 91 aorrt'mftre or.W of w1d 1.ib.utO. 4k havimf rfenmfufr train t the ec'ate' ofaJk

,: : MoNAUOHT..ORilOND CO.. *4Th A cleared n<1 fandet,feriee.; th bknce'ben t1."EmtrtweU *, l e.oT Jefferwiowonu.d

Vju oTl affli, IA Zincarilla. orb -_ 1 wood 1 laodif Th.s'wL4m1u1i- tN etiokte5LH4lL1 censed, will fabi nnftM thai n iymit 'prewuk tiwsp ;
ad Qadth1* ll JJ ; rts), t<>tne/lrod.
The Ir 1'fl1'M tbre.
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kT "
i < ">V sv* e JflflXBE DO-CERTIFr that i ;th.yr&l854-I'vizited
; .JL Dr.\VMnseyS! lofirmafy atGriffinitejC for theveryitifol & *
I tjs iuXa; ke$ I y >**&,*"5ie. ._. .
: y With a ptt full at not, if.Uiey inly 'pprpoedBfobtaintag reliefWf a mid dis.treseing 'AVlNCl purchased"the>fitterrtt ofMr.. TuiAa

; S 1 have got"* neW ntlfdlf. from whi&i from OAMCK' of the'bow And eyeMy. nose was 14jieflniisoof.tbs1at4 flrnrof fticnAlMoir'4,i'
S all before 1 viated tfier Doctor besides
; __ twenty dollar* a 'day can be made, either by. entirely gom "Wnrrilt*,) we tender to ow friends and the public-
thv eheek and about
ulceration' ansTmna-
: female. is bu a Try deep on my fot prfMrrigFrfii Fruitt services in the Buytag.'Sktllng TUeeiTUig
TALL1oN 4II Jjigbly rrtpevtable ne s CAN bur ; ,
; ye.5I am iiappy and proud to ray that Dr. Mosely S H7nrtr Vnf.; This article sv ztiislye.'
: tide which is wanted in every ttmily in and Forwarding of Cotton and MerchaiKiii. -
ILL rtiw.*. at rnyStaUcsi niflSouthea -t States. Liiclose me two dollars by mall. At did relieve me. and had it not been for tty having to ly used in the East ami Northern State last season, To our friends and patrons wb retutb our einctre, ito. .

r the and I will forward by return mail a exposemy'1f: to very extreme cold, bad weather. I will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and thanks for the heretofore extended ns, and
: *jQolncy.ttil rwi.r to TallMhast! the en patronage
do belieVe that I would have no return of the
t. full in ti uctims in the art. The.business i is surrounding country by the undersigned who has row hope, by our attention to their interests, in future to They ere.not recommended '
; disease. I visited the Doctor a second tune and he
in this for
the exclusive right to vmcintty
of and of the/same,
it, nut merit continuance
: Try ifyou are employment a
BOSTON, JR.. relieved me again, and .o far as the various i eport'sabout the cominsr It is only to call and *
.; T : never icgrt-t it; for it will be better for you season. ne'ieMary P. K. BMLLIE. FLETCHER WHITAKER. as Universal
the Uoetoi's failing to relieve
*red RiceV the iibve and injure a good business, injuring or me. examine these article and the recommendations of New Port FIlL July 1st, 1855.JfjT .
1 "Was by the fanwns B"*t*>n. by Tinnl sum Dr. ,
false. As regards MosekVeskifl
they are positively the who ham used them to be convinced that Cure-alls '
.. ion, b* Archv his dara Sarah CiitfiT-l l av twenty-five cents for a spurious persons but simply for
; by in the Treatment of Canctr. I know of no Ph"ysicifcn economical article ,
Tils i is iii' Trv: 1 T itl i they are the best, most s'mple and of interest in the late
; Grand, *lmn by.itnrte..! M.ir fa\e. II.! i!* humbug. >y 7yi in the world that I would sooner rely on than ; Having disposed my
dress letters to DWIGHT for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can firm of Richardson t Whitaker, to Messrs. Baillie & what their
a M h >gonv Day. about fift *> n hauls hi.:h, well your him. As H SUR EOXan.1 Phi YSICIAN.he equal wilhont name
unskilful theslight.st
lie u ed by the most ,
New persoq would lender thanks lo friends and pur
.. formed, and ma-c'rd. M\ r.iw.-d bv ,1i,,. Whitaker, my my
finely was e to in the Southern States and I am happy to
risk of failure.
theowt.er BtKtnn. In ehoit i. Mu-h Sept. 27, 856. SO-Sm any patrons for their former kindness, and confidently recommend '
loi"g. a f-iy; that 1 found him to be a perfect, gentU ;nian and J5?s Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing ports..
their favour and ,
is eldom flend bn-eders of fine in th'eecthn to support my roccessoia
us to t'tvc advise
< Philanthropist, and all afflicted with fruits
persons atid directions for
full reliable putting
Turpentine Farm for up in famines T. J.M. RICHAKDSDN.
: o1nun ry. SS Cimrer. to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and and tomitoei: in these Cans, plncin? the whole The VERMIFUGE for
BOSTON Ja, rui the fit1rt l Twh Mile R Cf FOR S.il ab. iit eleven hundred acres of have tlitir health rertored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of housekeeper..A process. July 26,1868. 80THOMAS ,

ever run ver Col.TlH>nir>""ir# ra k in M .r\ tati I with a sniidl farm and Rome. August 30th. 1855. every be expellingk Worms *
1' sunplv of these Cans will constantly kept from
He stood two sei'Ii''* in Virginia and all his Collwen. will be sold at a binrnin.: inquire of J ilr. Ransom Cooper siirned the above in my in store.irge Persons wishing to supply themselves should WHITE

.. .* hire and' etiv JOHN H. RHODES A. P. preseuce. THOMAS PERRY[ Post ,Jfti.ter.Rume the fruit season 'snea'rathand. the human
immediately as
_____.; TERMS for the Sea ifiniturrd the Wjikiilln. FJa. Oeti.bvr! 4, 1SC6.10 apply system
:-flU on. $15 ,-August 30th, 1855. All Cans sold are"matte by the undersigned and war TV l TANUFACTURER Copper and Sheet IrouiVJL I ,

Mmiey, in citlwc csise. .t- l be 'k.nanIeJ! l slmuld the ranted safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. Ware, and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been
.. S Mare 6.traded, 8oM, < Awful rase of Ca 14'q Cnro l. May 31, 1856. 22 Tin Wares, take pleasure informing the citizens!

Sc cents. inach case to th Guvm. Tins is to that Col. 8. II. Harris of Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he is with the
.S he tion For Sale. certify most
to iriber.
For further iuformatinn apply f now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize
--- ford county came to nit- in the yeah I 1851, with a Can Piano Fortes.WE .
11. H. HROWN. hot previously disposed of. will be sold him in his line of business lie also tenders his thanks
his chin of fourteen
IF jenis the chin- results
on standing ;various
: Quincy Fla, August SO. 1856.is 35-3.ii fir4 Ti.esdiy; in DECEMBER next, at bone and saliva glands had all become very much are prepared to famish Piano to his friend, and the public generally for the vary to ariimak

House dr in the city of Tiillah! :I'see. riiwieed. and his constitution nc.nly ruined. Mr. Harris TV Foites of the very bet quality, liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been

.. Circular SsiwJVllti Agency. Hundred and Four Acres of best quality had been under the treatment of many eminent upon the most literal terms. favoied, and he hopes that a continuation of the same subject to Wbrins.S .

'JiKlersigned bas the for the sale of HICKORY LAND, beh-njjins: to the second in either will be granted him.
RC tney physicians and among them was the great Dr Shepard. They are to none arty country as
THE Impr.ivH KJh-cnlnr Raw M-lls." \hitehend. Tint i is one of the best Cotton of Cli.i*lee ton. and also, the celebrated Dr. Mar to quality or price. He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all The LIVER PILLS, for S

S consisting of three eiz> s fr 42. 48 a.d 52 or 54 inch tions in Middle Florid; about one-half shall, of Mac u. who treated his case twice without Ewry Instrument will be warranted. sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his

'. Saws. These Circulars are decidedlv the best in use, under ft'iioe the remainder in woods. removing the discuee. He finally went to Dr. Marthull. MILES NASH several the The improvements cons,st of' a comfortable 23.1856. 8 Sheet Lead Lead Pipea; Sheet Zinc, Cistern
bavins improvements over Pug- any ns lie informed me. the third time, and he refused February ; Pumps,
other Patent in use. Theost is about $300f35n, bug iind all necessaiy out buildlnsjs ; a good to do anything more for htm. SMWafter lLat time and a great many other articles too numerous to men all BILIOUS DE

and f450 for various 8izs..according to extracairiage: er's house, Gin House Screw. Stables, Coin Mr.llarris heard <>f the many wonilerful cures that I ; -LLiaiI:1E.: tion. S
tic. For further to Mid twen'v negro cabius, all framed buildings TO BUILDERS.
particulars appl f made, nnd visited me at Griffin as a last .sort. RANGEMENTS SICK HEADACHE
DANIEL LADD. good repiur. 1 commenced treating his case, and in ix weeks the JUSTieceived 600 OCNCFS Slllph QllillilK, Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting

Newport, Fla November S, 1855. 44 Prisonsvisliing to examine this Plantation Cancer Was all removed and the sore nearly healed.- together with a great variety" Pipes Ac., all of which he promises t'o do in the most &C.t
fei rt'd tolr.. Kichaid S-iundeis: on the of Chemicals. AMES A LIVELY. work-man like and M\le and of -
1'hi* case Was seen and witnessed by n oie thnn five pure manner the best material
MEDICAL NOTICE. term Ac., addiesa the subtcuber. at Beizelia, hundred poisons. 1 have: the Cancer now in my pos April i,, 1856. 14 on shortest notlfce nnJ most reasonable tetms Purchasers will
bia county Ga. (-*>eion. and any person can see It b\, calling at my office Olive 011. Having been engaged for the last eight pars in

JOHN B \ m in (Griffin. This \\asvi.nessed by hu'inos* at this place he thinks i ij unnecessary to recommend be
Drs. Taylor & Maxwell I AuetiRt S. lf..">C. -- tdSl! THOMAS JONES, of Uriffic. A SUPERIOR article for Table u. Just re hi.nselfany further to the public as regards I particular to ask for

S A'ING Brined a Co-paitnerrliiji.'Her their ? Dr. J. I 1). MARTIN, ci-ived b/ AMES & LIVELY. his capitbilitic as a mechanic but at the Some time he

H vices to the public of TalLharsee. and its iucitiity. NEW BOOKS. E. W. WILSON, April 5. 2850._14_ assures all that favor him with a call, good work and Dn C. McLane's Celebrated ..

I ;: UST RECEIVE!) p'r H II. thimble, an F. CllENSHAW, 'I cheap prices. -

Tallahassee, Am*. 9. 1S5. 32 Sent copy tf mentttf new puliic.itLw, compiieing I do ceitity, that myself an-J many others, of this Flower Jars. Having removed from the old stand formerly known VERMIFUGE and

I I ales. Ti aveK lc. flace, were> e wit.esses to the above stated case, LARGE awtment of Flower Jars, various Sizes | as White Slusser, he will be found at his stand corner S

% Notice Miss Murray"* United States that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. .L Just received and for sale bvAMES'it of 200! foot street, where he will be glad to wait LIVER PILLS, prepared by

The Co'ppMe Works o. Wei inter and A. II. II ATT ON. LIVELY. on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.
: wiil be nr.Je Jo the
IS General hereby civei Assembly tii it 'appVn f the State< & of Florid at ft-* I A Ci/u'r- Illat:;, of the Unite States Griffin, May, 14, 1S52.I Aprils, 185*'. 14 DPC. 1,1855. 48NEW G.t.ktTLq.

next Sef'si'rn.' i for a charter fr a luiil Il ad, fim the .Simnfs Eutaw: ) @ )X42,.
The Bu-h Bov. I Jlio Afflicted <"' Itious.I Hides Wanted. GOODS
Town f Quiacy or its VIIItIItV. to the Oeoitc lin*' S. Q
in the dirt-ctioii of mbnilire. (Oe'-r-ji. to be called James' Old Dominion. certify tint I \rn3; rr.
the Quincy rnl BaiubiMgc Rail R. ad. The IV>i niters. Cancer oiT my upju-r lip. which caused me pain inleurrilahIe. 5) '1 W highest price w-i i1 I be paid. Alo Deer I I -
Bill ACT and Dickon* in complete, RE DOW recent
Aug. 16. 185&( J58-3-n piper After tr\in.* the skill of nil the must and OtN-r -kins. DAVID C. WILSON I receiviiig by Pa. and take
"Leaiiiiiirjto t.ilk"and Learning to j /, /Ph\siei, .in* that I could heir of, and that T.ilhha e<>. Sept mbf 29, 1 855. S9A -'i arrivals from New York,afashirtnaMa no
Kog.WT.il.le Talk : on/I veil selected
stock of
Fall and Winter Good ;c lel.tf. I g-iw lip my ease sis hopclc-s. and, a* other
L'rnc-t Lmw I.Given" I. there
no various
> thought, ith tieuth stiin.r me m tlie f cc But for W. DAVIS, D. D. S. Wufchc and Jewell y, as are

THE Sub-mners are n-c iuie thr-r FALLS and j! An-tist2.a -.I.185*. McDOUGALL 31 A ;, ) f..r i-if. Ihe.nd of Dr) W, R M'HclfyV great RESIDENT OFFICE. TALLAH A SE, FLA. Consisting of Reutlemen's gold huntij{ levers ladies other

ware, CTr"Crries, Crik'ry.! Ch'fi.! fil.is1* ..tndV(.'xl. MWare. and Sale 1 '.'ii. I placed tt.:.9vli under hi* (lehtment. and in'>iie Important Improvement quartler! Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral and all gold

Uo-.ts aud Sl-es. Clothing. Hats, Caj *, B. nre Livery from the time ho to'iimeiied, I was pcnccth 5- Dentistry, bosom pins ani 1 earring*, necklaces, gold and jet cms before the public, purporting

:s, lc. fcc. Fur 6.ic bv f Iplin tuiiltr-ijied! gives no1 and have bccu fuetciince.. S BY which the fife i i icatorf-l to ifsoii innlco'itour, | s3 bosom pins and loekeis; for hair and t'aguerreoi -

"O.AJ.: : dEGINNISS.S tic('. that h* lias pur ELIZABETH JINKS. and with it the Iois of the titth scppiitd co HS i types; gold and hair bracelets ; a large assoitn.eutt of to be Vermifuge

October 4. 1S5B. 4o-St \ cSzt't'eiiaed tli 1.iv.ry Stable tf, Butts County, Ga, May 27, IS4ti. to elude detection. Samples; of this improvern ut may S line plain, diamond, ruby, pearl and g met, ony and
| \\illitp.iH Nt'-sjoKi inTjllalu et-.Uisether' be "jeen ; also tempoiary SetS imtrted on I cornelinn finger ring ; geiitlen.eu's dsani'/ncf Tins ; and Liver Pills. All

: Southern Lottery I sr.ioil wi''! d' the fStahVhmi-nt. and thit he Horrible Casr of Canee'CUTd' Guttu I'urclia. slt-cve button, plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a
t-iepm-d to c.irrv on the b'l-iness in all! its gnat variety of stt.h. fine gull I, vest, fob and puardi others in
BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY M D. In a f.w hours, bo tint pn*>oi.s hari-'g teeth removed comparison
O N THE i in 1 |iiomiei the p b'lc \\
pencil ca-
I do th,it I for nfflic! c in have a complete Mib-liu.t'.j ifi'rit-dlVel1.. pen
etrrify was in bodily
Plan i ri 1 Lib Hut <-u Fea',.alJe! tt'u i my years 1 ses, ai d gold, silver arid steel spectacles gold and silver
Havana Lottery j RICHARD d with Cinetr IMI my L'p .m l Chin I tried "all t the Chillren* teeth extracted, anti atlvi--e insert to parentsin thimbles. with Dr.McLANE's, are

; N. B Junes T RerriirtJ .- I c.'ul.l I hear ot. luit foirid: I no ri'lk-f. I tina'lv regard to the man i fineiit and 1 treatment of the t
; DOLLAUS aetit.. and liu' entire control n of my the duly businee-s* of Di. W. R. M---le's great -I'-rr-s 1-1 the rce'h xraUi. All optral'ons! warranted t to sit: the most | Fine Cutlery and Guns. worthless.

< if I i-f Cancer afeet' ions. a-td! vi'iteJ him at Jasti5li.'izs.vi:i practice in the principal towns 1 Dinner and breakfast knives without frki, knives
tsi'itiflg me -is fully a* wn prrsonally ;pr<
Only 15000 Numbers. RICHARD ) ; ifluii, aii.l 1 in the course of' A u-.eKihelud tli Can thir'iurl.uut the State. ltt'ti'reiu'es : the Fatuity cf I aud forks in'eetU, carvers and steel single, flue pocket The GENUINE McLanc's

S1).6.1s5. ZF all lenvittd. I would aovi>>e all lh.it are afflicted the Ohio C"lles4i' of Dental Sui ery, aild thbse who cutlery, i'heast scissors and razors ; fi, e double

JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY t the dNease. to \i"it him and have their health he is dailv operating for. barrelled laminated steel and stub twist guns, common Vermifuge and Liver

t Dissolution of .' lie Ia. be\ond all kind of doubt, the inoet Ap-ilSG. 1856. 17 guns, shot poDchcS of various patterns fine and a'

LOTTERY.far Ciinct-r doctor m t'iP' Southern Si.itrs.Clcrok I common powder llasks. cleaning rods, Ely's caps and Pills how be had
J lIE heretof can at
; pirtnejehip cxiiiug e Co, (Ga.: EMA.\LTEL DOM) ING AS.REKFREMES Town Property for Sale. : wad, wad cutters, and materials for gumisniiths.I .
I JL F. Broome and Robert heir the-
AurnoniTV or TIIK STATS OF GEORGIA.] raijf and ?t-'Iini1!! ; cotton Djsiius- I-in thi dax M.! Piickct Han is Texa Gieer BMn
4 county >p d-erihietl known the Jri ii Lots SHver table desert and '
bv mutual eofcj.L! BROOME A inc propcitv as ; tea spoons silver forks, snap
(Iriflin Ga.Scirriius.
S CLASS G.TO I "August 14, 1853. S3 i, \iz : L.-tsNo-. ?5. 27. : t'. 44 i. 1 lit. 141. H2. 143. aril crmm ladies. butter and piikle Lnive p'afed Stores.

_S m,22i;, 2-J7. 2:5.:: 2ay.240.: 211, 212. 2 s, 211 2t5. forks stat spoou waiter casters, cake and fruit b hedrawnXueniVr 15th. I<556. at Concert Hall New Rrrusi ran bn Cured. 24?, 2-1. 25(1. 252, 25.i.: 231. 256. 257. 253. 2ti$, all ; electro plated tea sets and communion service, FLEMING BRO'S

M.icon. Ga. iiu-Jer th- s eut m *.ip.>rnttn Col. Geo. M. L"gin. a-i.l .Ia. A. Sit.. E-q. HEIR AND JOHN P. COLF 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
I Is m _ S OIOIiHSIVUHJ. j IflC4l a Co.ji.ntnt-rs-hipjn the ,inioti I e'ntcrlain of DR. MOSELEY us a Saigon floi.er baskets, and brUtantiia ware.ivIisccIIaieusIsA Sole Proprietor,
5 VIlilfl. atnl Lots No*. 1, 2, 3, 4 ft, 6. 7, in S. Couu'y qr.A .
.5 s'i'ri'gp. i>ellincotton.and ilo ,
I it
: l'l.} .ician. deem m> duty to mention the case rllclcs.
1 Prize >f. f I 5/SI 8
...' S liberal advances on cotton sent to their c-in-: If niv ife. hoping at I the Rime b time that :il! tf-raH)< L s o- SCOYILAMEAD.No7 .
furlber"s\ J I Ladies teticnlevsitchels, work boxes, Berlin
:' ** HEIR i afllicted may bu )bcnetitted bv it. In the Lots N 4. 12. 13. 15. 16. 22, 25, 39, 40, 43, 61 pearl. 111. Charters St.New Orlttn.
a ** Inn* Ant 14. lbf.6. S3 iron, and morocco pot t muuaies, pearl card cares, coral General Wholesale for the Southern Stte t>
part of tlii year my wife h.id ecral hinall hum| ii fi'i; in th" South 4 C' rntv quarter. agent ,
4 *H' IO) are.4iu fl beads, coral necklace nrfd armlets bracelet,
jet whom n'l rJ be addrreced.
make their :appCAran m her bfe-i-t ; they conttn- The -il) ve dforibe l properly formeily belonged t> *is IUL U
5 5'iQiie.1Wluo.m I necklaces, and bosom n-ipkin ring hair and tooth
Valuable Plantation I toiiK-icase in size, until the whole bie.ist Iweune I.(to (Jov. Br''wri. For further infimition and t.-rm- pm j Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard. Jr.. Muss
.. .. -.tHiuO brushes hat revivers t-hell. buffalo, India lubber and
8020 ,* mass, and very jwiinfiil.! I puxureil? the which will l he liberal. apIiy| to A. Perry Aniuker. Esq, : Nash & Co, Ta'litb'iB, Plju; J. S. M. Davuoa,
$] Pnze 2.0 m ivory combs china and wax dolls, rai'ir and
Approximations are Sale. strops Ui.rdr..r 4 Mflls.; "W. T.
j t nudi"al aid in the city lii Rome and I notmtht.Miilm Attorney at Law, TjillKlnHjec. Quincy Newport; Carpsa-
50 .10( 25"i. nioiiev belts cigar cases, feather dus-ers and
ate rf HE Phntition known is Cotton Lnnd, -; the earnest and ithfut attenti i >n of t tl I ekiftil 11101 CHARLES P. MANNING. Lells pallOr ttr& Co.. \Vsst.keen4; Mosely t Pope. Madison ;
20 me 1 COf d-tor )iKihcmi u glass and china va- >(< nnd has ]
Palmar & Bro. Mcnticellb. S. Pu5esten, MoDtioeUu
sici she Miitimu J to atrl Until sold the above will be for ;
JL to lh<* t">ttle tI vntes pitchers bottles.
perfume ] W. R. & Co.. Chattahoochee Caltxell dt
1 until the\ the ca5e its inr-mable. and A. PERRY AM-AKER. grra ; Whig-
ten mile* N-nth En.t of Tnl..iha ee. i i* fur : KH\e up[ 1
1.712 PRICES. AMOUNTINT TO $102.01.0 jew ei cases, centre sinpencii'ii and side ,
: lamps lamp i
Muriannu NictH.lin & Zeigler
tract conttiiH I 17d ncrfo of tir&t rate land, \ amputation. I %vas tuUivil l liv IHMIIV ot nivj February 15, 1856. 7tfF on. ; ;
| shades, chimneys and wu-ks, violin* and bows euitars j
Tickets 82.5 D. H. Dickinson. E. Seixas TboOMTifiis
81Oflalvesttuartr- which is cleared. .pn tho pienii-cs are '! j to i wit llt.V.. R MOSHLEY.'t.f (Jnftiii., Ga- banjos ta.nhontines.accordifons. clarionet, flutes and Bainhfidge ; ,

S Piiz-'s I'iiynb. wiiiiniit Dcdur.limt.Ptr ills. gin liji'e and H,1e.\v an.1 1 tithci iHii.d .' I I di I I. mi I. ii, t'iiu.hiiij a* it in iv vt.ni. If hurl Cod Liver Oil. I fifes, guitar and tiolin strings fine CoWne and other | Ga. -

$ 6Ptnlin; j inonpv bv mail no-e-1 not far it i'iiprovniriit! <. all in K,tli nnd'if i* nm* RESII A PURR of eeleWrtted Brands" Hegim perfuiiiery, and a general asortment of Toys. -5-February 23. 1866. 8ljrBlacksmithing.
beins l"tt. Oulers IilhI'tUalI\ attriukil to -' -unications ; d .i.ftf g-i.id \\.iUron the pl.iee. For lenns 1\ (jii'dht-nidi'. I would advi*><' nil] whoareatHicted in CI.irk A Co., A Rusht'-n's. I Wat<'he and je\telry! fepai d promptly! and in the j .

Mtifideutial. Bai k n-'U-fi of sound b.mks 4'r fither iiifoniiati applv to the snlt-crif-er Scsnliu! *. and C.i'iCerou' iilf.'etj..114. \i-itthe I For ...Hbv! AMES A LIVELY [ best manner.tVtolier '
taken at Ine.. F. IL CO I TEN, ). t<.r withcki.t xk-av.| H I am satisfipi) dv experie.: IE.Undersigned have formed
p.ir. 5. 1856. 14 20.1R55 42
.Tlniseishiag particular ta mbei should rdcrimifledi Aiii. SO. 1R56. ::5 j oliervati that lie is tllC most 'killfiil! pli%,'*!< nn April _ .1, a eopartnership for the par-j
the Southern Statesm the treatment of that hm- pose of yarrjing on the Blacksmithing -.
Approved .
S S FRESH GARDEN SEED disease-Cancer. Insolvent Estate Notice. Busmen Jn all its various branches PardVul.tr
WINTER.il.iuager WILLIAM II.MITCHELL | A A OF the moot approved LAN I Ell CORN attention is inveA fa Carnage and Spring1 -"Work,

M.UH. Geoigia.Octlt. GROWTH OF 1855.RUTA M. E. MITCIIhLL.Daughttr \\J MILLS for sale hy the Subscriber. The-e State of Florida, and to hying Axle pf all kind of Vehicle. Th.

ISSfi._42_ E 1jaa, Flat Turnip, Cabbage. >/./ H* Riudbuiy, Rome, Oa. Mills Imve been for some titne in uce tbrough this re |. County of Leon. j' ship is >nv.-nknt totb'e:Livery Slbleof P.B.Bn>-

Tax-Collector's S Sale received, Rome, Oa, October 25. 1854. triIiIi and lower part of Georgia and give prrft-vt sat | \ LL persons havin-y claims agaiust the Estate of kaw, sad special attertioij gift n to Iwrse-ebcemg --
AMES: A it-faction grinding wills case ((0 bushels and the rice -4-V. William Jmliin, late of Leon county tieceasetl, Farming iraplemeats of every description dooe to,. or'P..B..BROKAW

-\T7"ILL be s>$Id Ix'f'-rc the! Court IIu*" d.x.r. inV Janrsrv !> lF5fi. I. cA.I. in the (laS'. with le5 than the ordinary gin pincer np- ]j are ln-re'iy notitied to present the same to the Judge 5 S ,

1 the twn nf Levy-iU', on the fir.t Mn.d.tv in plied to it. Thr ranker furnishes a hand to put it up; of Piobute, ot Leon C unty. at his office in Tallahassee H.-B, Firrs.Jan. .

January next the (f..lliiiiir land to nit: the S Wf Tax Collector's Sale. ALL persons tInt are desrom of availing thetn- :ind tvery one wnrranteil to give perfect atisfncti' ti. on or before The first Monday in Decembe- next, IS. 1856. 2'1y .
of DR. MO-ELEY'S i-rvicvs w-UI find him'at
: 6et'tknj18.; to\rn.liip 11. rae 14. levte'I l ufx'ti a* TYiitnc ot t i iii authority tn Inc vested hv Call and examine' them at D. LADD'S. for pavmcnt pro rata. S GEOUiilA Ml) FLORIDA.dcr
5, lb ropertv uf Chur'es Ii rues, and uold to iftthf'the j 13iSl: expire f>r sale at the town vf Hi- A. GRIFFIN.GKOR--* Apuil2l.I855.-_ _IdNotice. _ D. W. OWTIt*. '
State. County und R 'nd tix. Term* cash.; J in the county of Lilw-rty, \\ itl.in le. nl hour-*, Judge of Probate. : S
Patiti.t boarded at ?l day, or ?16 month.
JOSEPH F. PREVATT.Ocf25 first Monday in Febiu.iry. 1857, all the l.m-'s ill all eases. to be per agreed iipt'ii before per under May 24. 186. 21Notice DR. T. .J. CUB LBE.PracticSflj .
S 43 Slt'ffaui officlo Tax CEanaway known Forbes Purchat ed
cx county :ie
No i-ace; will bu ret't-ued into this estibli: : persons hiving deni.imU; agnii: the estate of Bcntlit -
of tho Trustees of the S
propel ty Ap.il.iclrcol.i unless it i is believed on c-xnminiition, th it it o iti 5; I.svils'f.. ate rif.iffT9[ (1011i1%.deceased.! ,
i'ornpnny, or EO much thereof ap ray be cuifd, or admit ol nluf. All! cases rejected u ill will tike iii,'ice tint they mist: pripf-nt th-ni to the months TN THOilASVILLE. OA, aixl MONTICBtLQ
1 tie State and County Taxes *e i.ctl i after date.J will prmnt my accounts _I MADISON FLA and tbo'r sal
and respective
I pay SIX ,
'.' iably I IK charged $5, forci iiniiiialiiiniinl anvee' ll'i'li-rouncd duly d-ithcnfic it'll within' the tinitp<-r .
the 20th September a man called SI theyear 1856, together \Uh the coots and j v.W'Io-ie| RS Adnmnbtrator, on the estate -fHiiiihO adjacent iuutiea. He insert aty number of Artifloi.l -
ON" negro All Ittler-1, to entitle them to notice, numt tiich-se "crib.by ln\v. 01 thi* notice will I'- pV.td in birofthfir : McLean. the K C.
or SIMON HEXRY. black, about five of-ale. WM G. \ "fctump" for the L-avment of postage and bednec recoerand; all persons r.i1r14t-.l l to fxid estate t' Hya Love. Judge of Teeth, from ONE to a FULL cit. ob fhelatMt

feet ten inches high has a down look \vhen ?p-ken to, Tar Collector, | to W. R. MO-SELET.. D, are hereby notified to make immediate pnnit-nt to and Piobatf f>for rOiddrn. C.'inity.therefioni for n final settlement, improved principle, Airing them Uut brauBfol, Kit-
I INotice. apply a disehmge
sear from tine acro s his nosp and no e mnsh-d. Octl85C. 42 like which approaches Nature BO nearly
-: eye Griffin. Georgia. (the undersigned. WM H. .\N I)RE W S. ALEXANDER E GREGORY Admtv. appearance
scar rcr'shie risrht arm just alxive the riLt joint. I t February 23, 185t. l-8 Sh'ff. and Adinr't ex uflicio. 28. 1856 MS to clmllenge detectko by the closet observer.

will pay $25 (>r his delivery ct home or in any >afe Monticello, Sept. 27, 1856. 30-8 July 2S-6m Persons Deeding Dentil operations on their NATURAL

place where I can cet him. PHILIP DELL. having daunt! against the Teeth, and -wish him to perform them, &by
perso.i NASH At
"Netrna-is-nie, Oct. 5.1856-tf 43 : ALL R. llyii'j. dK.-ased, late of Leon CO. S Notice. Wines, Sjraps, &.c. applying soox, have them done at the followingprieeswhich

are notified to present them, properly in Drugs, Medicines, Ate. OLD Otard Brandy, bparkhn Cider, will be (bond to U MUCH lover than has erer

--': : To the Public. to the tIIdersiteLI ad'n'initratrix, within the received from New York bark R. II. Gam ALL persons having demandacainst the estate of Port, Old Port Juice, been offered id this section of country befor ,'tD-irit:
: qu'red l bjr law, or this notice will be pleaded JUST a general nssmtmetit of articles in our line. Clunotl. la'e of Liberty county. Florid*. Madeira, Brandy Cherries, For fillm? teeth irith,Gold Foil, $1 00,11 W,1? 00
deceased, are hereby not ifi d to presuit tii.m duly and 60 to *of fad
; A'VZD'LASII. upholsterer and Matrass manuli their rcco\eiy, and nil those indebted are n? Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluio Sherry Sardines, $2 varying according oiie CAvity
*. cturer from the Blind! Avsylum. New York.r to make pavnm.t itnmedi.itf ly.SUSANNAH. Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass of authenticated to the administiatrix within the time Sparkling Gelatine Preserved Quinces, amount material used} Extracting'teetbfflio !,
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bir 60 cents vat of office, tl. -
!r 'tfullv tenders hU thinks for past favors and RYAN, : Putty. I5ru hes. Potash, Soda. Sparkling Flavoring Extracts, Pears, only -
K>1iri t A C'dUHtuaixv.f patronise, whWi he will enl > October 18 '.)6. 42-Sw quahsy.**,London Mustard. French Brandy (very be t.) iigainst thorn ; anti all persona indebted to tb*" said Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, His raid fora fall upper or l
: ivorV *nerit. HP hae un nnnd all kinds or Mat 5- mediciiiiil Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup, estate will please make immodi-ite pn\ merit. Spanish Olives, Spices. turn (whh CONTINUOUS QUM3 if Decewrjtffc

rasses and v ill mantifartme to order Spring Matt*. Removal of Indians. ., Quinine,purposes Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchii ELIZABETH CHASON, Admt'x Corn Starch, Pickles only (ft per tooth, toad perfect tttnDkction'S gTaurioU

: e--8, f r juiv tiling.in his lm Residence on the comet ., Ac., and a general virtment of Popular Patent ,_ f pt 27, 1856. 39 Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Ofl!, in eveiy instance. ,
East of,the Pot ofuce.Jr'TVlIa'Ji3Jcc 'lIE War Department haviittc aulhuiized *. We keep IJIPfjC but the best and English Mt>aiad, Capers, Those desiring his services m aoy'.pertioacf UM
Oct..Wr 4, 856. 40 cpU't reward for living Indian", who to merit very Notice.ALL Claret, &>*oa. above named counties.'or ioy ptbiftectjoa'lif eoomtry

jju r__ -l--j-, r-_ .,._-!_ .-La.j ij .- -_nfc cipttireJ or induced to wine in for emulation jour patronage.MILES NASH, '
fills frr hostile Indians delivered to the January 5, 185&itOlifleist. named Post Officeor otherwise.rec prompt,
Notice. March 29. 1856. 18 undei signed, administrate of the estate S
Officei Fort Brooke Fort M\en Fort
at tention.
of Win. L. Forehand deceased will
apply to the
having demands atrainst the <*stat..f will be the
perx'Hia Fort Dallas South Florida paid by Boiinois.T .
_ ALL Hon. J. Wa les Raker, Jndge of the Circuit Court of '
( W. Ravor' laf* Jeff-rson county, de 141g1 Iiul.l :it the followi'ltj rates: Corn and Cob Crusher. the Middle Circuit of Florida, at his office Txllabns- DIES colored! straw Bonnets. &XFKKKK01E : -

jr ceased. will take notice that they ui'ibt pr *eTit "thmf 1"oreacb warrior living. .. .. .?250 RANGER'S pitent Corn ami Cob Ciuslier. I ee. on Mnnd the first day of-December 'next for JLJ- Ladies colorea straw trimmed Bonnets, Jcsox. Coix, MMOO, Qaotj*.
*ib tB dcniigiJed; duly ai'tlientimtetl M ithin the ti-ne S 44 woman .. .. 150 ) t1 for the sale of iy HOK.J. L, SrwAxiv. ) S
taken the these
have Agency sn nuthonty to sell the fallowing real estate, situated in plain
l I,* this nolii-e will I In* in bar t
prescribed by T. or plead boy over ten \ ears Ii\itiff. liO( black M JCDCX Lovx,
_or Cob Crushers unequaled it is said to any in tin- County of Leon and Slate of Florida, to wit: S ,
< fthirrseovervuini1 all persons indebted to sutd es The highest rates for all but thu iuSrm and J.&WIEM-, )
white satin and silk
i Co ntry. A si-'rk of t lustCrushers, will be on East half of the Southwest quarter of section six ;
S ti4ersbet'eby"noti6ed to mnk immtxIiHte payment and for these not less than above. black W. 8. moa, Esq, } "
this Fall. Price extra size)
early coming v *ry low. C"ii- Noitheist: Quarter of the Northu eat quarter of Section ( -
me. Fitx w *
Captain Children and Misses SIt op. S
in feed. straw
cacti '
: gre it naving $45 $56 $65 ; seven; Southwest quarter of the Southeast quartet of '
vOrtobor 16, '68. 4 -8wNotice. Fort Brooke. Fla..()d. 18. '50. 423mMaster's these pizp Prices uiiifoni, throuirhout the county. Section six ; Southwest quarter of the Southwest (4 Hats. Meeere W:
; particulars cull and examine for yourselves ounrtrrof Section six ; and the Northwest quarter of For sale by DAVID O. WILSON. Cot. E. EBtlcaacxTt.Jsnuiry J'

1' Sale. ) soon as a stuck for a sample arrives. the Northeast quarter nf Section seven ; all m Townbbirr'l. October la. 1855. 41 12.1853. f: 5'. ES 5-

S months after date; I fhnll presrnt my final ac- virtue of a decree of the Circut Court D. LADD. Range 1. North and West. Am
S jeooattjiml"vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Piobateectt BY Middle Court for Leon county, rt'ndcreti Newport, July 5, 85o. 27 The propel ty fthe minor and adult heirs tf said Circular <&. Upright Saws. ,eg : S.

dOad1ti'tiunty; as r of Richar.ICnrnochnn. Lain cau e, uhcreiu Cuiawny Smith. tst-ite. SARAH FOREHAND Adm'x S HOE t CO., and Welch A Griffetb Circular Saws TALLAHASSEE 9LO&&JUWhol.uJ. '

InthaT1dLtIIa. Ca. deceased and ask for a others: are complainants, and James T. Archer Administrators Notice. Nov. 1, 1SC6. I in 44Administrator's 46, 48 And 52 inch sizes, on hand and for 5-. an4 B taIi : S

5- n y *dmini tratxin of said 49'nt. tra are defendants, I w ill offer for sale on sale by D. LAUD
_ JAMES E. BETTZIER.. the first day of December next, at the Court SIX mon'hs after date I shall present mv accounts New Port. Nov.s.l 85fi. 44 111 DRUG3ADDIui

c $.Qbir51LU.. 4t door in Tallahassee nt the usual hour the vouchers to she HOIK Judge of Probate for Notice. PerfumeryDyestuff,1.

de&ctibed lots wtnAtediii the c-ly of County as the RdmmlstraW of the>stato of R. SIX weeks after date I will apply to the Hen. Burning Fluid Scicw. Snaft ? : WindowQlsssi-4J,

_ ; : I dtRubber Packing. Lots No. 59, 60, 61 and U2 in the original Hay ward,deceased, and BSK for a final discharge of Probate (ifl 145fl county for letters of S Oils, Vanishes. Pnttr.ndlliir .

? said city. said administration.? aduiinistrntion'tipon the estate of John Townsend; superior Quality, Just.rKoived and fon>a'e andOiinWar-:5: ___ S
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S. tJiUe PiIg. of all tbickn i,es. from 3- TERMS one third cash, and the balance tn THOSl AS hAYWARD, Adm'r. deceased, late of Letui county. by : AMES A LIVELY.

_ X 1 lo'i'iuc&ivastaiftly oaia on"baod t P. LADD. two years t titles to be retsiued"until! the July 26, 1859. 3fl6inCharlestOn S L. M. WHITE. May 81.1856. 32 Brushy

ewp rt ruo.. 4> S tie last instalment., C. H. Nov. 1, 1850. 6w44Executor's Paint Brush ., F 7a4e1 5 -'.

_r S .. a- Master 5u So. Ca. STORING AND. SHIPPING BUSINESS Garden Seed: Jog'M

DriIrpeting and Hearth pctir.'oe/-!: .- 42-80d S Notice. flvej bte S S
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; 'PS $ : .5. Tb. Unloo: Bank of Honda,Y ,LAWTON & CO., SIX month*a f I v? tiate, I will prevent to the Hon. f pHE nnderstgned still tarries on the;tiov.builne ..tde

'S -7IE'io'rTh4ie1s-to and Jhree Fly Wool! T S ( Leon Circuit' BBA mtAND, COTT03T ) Sl Cuuit of Gadsderi county, my account .-L iii all branches. Buildings vrsll calculated,for

ha-Jk fewjpiecea W P1 ftncl Cotton Smallwood P. Allison d j f In Chan ery'others. and vouchers, M executor of the estate of John W. despatching wngons.' D. CA.DD* aM $ *
I Rugs, ad Drugget; for sal right -f -... JIal'ino. dectjuscd, nnd ut thesamq'time apply; fora Newport, September 2,154. 5 $5 "' &

_ S S P. LADD. ppentin? ib tlis Court,jTT by arHdarit made S -wMM.; LAWTOS., R. WAWWRIOHT.BACOT, final dischatgw! from the further adniioistrntion of said 1 T _J __- _._ .. __!

ii .JL caaetbsttlze.bcwe named JefemUnt. & .Jouris J.tDlLt, 'WlNBUBN LAWTON, Jfc- estate. .. THOMAS' MUNROE. .5 Notice, : -

-S .r r P.Allison, reside* pat.of llw'StuUi of,Florida e1t1B11856. 57-4n ._ Quincy, October, 186. 41-6tn .5 S 5 after 5 the first publication nt this notice.S
thVTft dStat : It 1oreeLiflkc'.d 'to t -Jwlge of Probate of Leon
5said .SmkHwoftd P. Allis if j-}>(| Par"nd MitratofsNOtice. ; Executors Notice. county for.letteri adminUlraJtiPn orvLgI-ieestktsof

1 kI' answer thft bill.ol omplainsn! !. filed in this Richard Began? lute pf .- "
0&S witliiti'four'inoptU/roiu) the date of,4h tnouUw aterdnieI will exhibit. iy..iccounts ,'-rhIE undrim; l ,Eieeulor of the last will and -
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