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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 22, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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The Floridian & JournalI JOHN R. LLOYD BY AUTHORITY. those I sold, and* to- which* I pre'emptiou rights In the District Curt of the United. State ."' position of of this section and of rulU'9fpTOpetJA4"settled the act i.that tU

SATURDAY .'U.o't1.on.eer have at ached as aforesaid, together with the KorUiern District ef FlorHa* rights parsons
by the
States shall be
every gtfdes'to
published in the .
sections and of sections
designated by
VMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, AND LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. odd numbers parts as aforesaid, and appropriated NBWBOLD & RUSXKL ) ConrU of the United States m. oodtrpver.-. .

DoLLAU per annum, in advance. COMMISSION MERCHANT I as aforesaid) shall be held by the State of tw. > sies depending before inch Courts, ,** for t.

At TUI.u CIIAF. XLIII.-An act granting Public Lands to the I Michigan for the use and purpose aforesaid : D. P. F. NKWSOTC. ) '' instance the mode convVjtfng real. ait*.!**:

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Slate of Wisconsin, to aid in the Construction cf I Provided, That the lands to be located In the matter of th'i application of the b, deed or by wfll the right m tiacs ofl'(

J 1ve .QUira of 12 lines or leu, firet insertion. $1 00 July 19. 1856. 29-ly Railroads in said Stato. shall in no case be further than fifteen miles plantiff in the above entitled came to make "intestal of the Mrs In rh dcseeod aDd .
Be it enacted the Senate and House of "
by Then doabt
each iubseqnent 50 EDWARD M. WEST. from the lines of said roads, and selected for, absolute, the rule nisi against the Msrsbalotime N distribution of estates. is no
professional and Business Cards inserted at $10 pet Representatives of tho United States of America I and) on acr.ount of each of said roads : Pro- United States fur the Northern Districtof but that it would be the duty of t&a Coirt

um. nt not marked with the number *f Attorney and Counsellor at Law, in Congress assembled, That there be, I vided further, TKai the lands hereby granted Florida.It to treat with highest respect t the decision
AdT'lrt and is hereby to the State of \VUcoiisin .
granted
will be continued until forbid, and charged TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. shall be exclusively applied in the construction appears by the record that the plaintiffs : of the State Courts upon local laws, foriaing

erhOB8 for the purpose of aiding in the con of that road for and on account of which on the first day 6f May A. D. 1855, sued out rules of property. Btft ?tf ach duestkiif I i& ., "
*CrtTOertificates of publication of legal "or estate April5,1856. 14- struction of a railroad from Madison, or CO. involved and the 34 ai. of thtt Jridic-. .
such lands are hereby granted, and shall be their,xecutioo against the defendants upon a now ,
notices "Ill not be given until the advertising fee ISpaid. FLOYD & lumbus, bv the way of Portage City to the act does not in manner apply t*tie i
HOLLAND, diapered of only as the work progresses, and judgment recovered in this Court, and on the iary any
St. Croix River Lake between .
or
Attorneys at Law. townships the same shall b'e applied to no other pur. second day of May, of the same year, the said process and practice of the Courts Jtaaeto*'

= WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle' twenty-five and tliirty-one, and from thenceto pose whatsoever: And provided further, That execution was levied upon certain personal Jy famishes a decision and is not intended .. ,
the west end of Lake and to .
Rheumatics & Others. West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof Superior; any aud all !lands heietofore reserved to the property as appears by the Marshals, return to regulate the retried/ .J
the State. Also in dIe District Court of the Uni Bayfield 5 and also from Fon du Lac or Lake I Wyman rs. S thrd, ,-
from Rheumatic Complaint United States by any act of Congress, or in endorsed upon the execution the same beingall .
all suTonng ted States, in the TiWtlu-rn District of I'lorida. Win.iebago, northerly to the State line, '
mO persons e\ory Wheaton _
1. _
I rilnedy, in Jay'.Stim nlaliiipLinlmtnt. I any other manner, by competent authority, of the personal property of the defendant 10 ..
J.8 offer a positive R.J. FLOYD. Office A rl.l I d.icClla. Fla. alternate! section of land designated bv odd .
It has bren effectual in the permanent D. HOLLAND D, Office Quincy Fla. I for the purpose of aiding in any object of internal subject to execution. The return fails to Ia the ease of U. S. Bin* v s I1 .. 10Wneaton .
numbers for six sections in width each j *
on -
pure tf Chronic and Rheumatic dieaPes. Thousands I Dec. 22, 1855. 51 side improvement, or for any other pur- show that any further proceeding was had. 51; it was held that thV r ar..tS
doubt U-en rescued from an untimely death I -. --- .------- of said roads respectively. Hut in case I 'of Kentucky which prohibits the u.1
have no pdse whatsoever, te and the same are hereby The plaintiffs obtained a rule against the Mar- sembly ,
bv the we (fthis bl"Ga1 remedy. i DR., MILES U NASH it bhall appear that the United. States have, of taken under executions for less
nnd at 1IOl'ale i I reserved to the United States from the shal to show cause, why be should not pro- property
generally
Tor sale by Drugg s when the lines or routes of said roiids '
RetaiL by AMES & LRTallahassee Y. I OFFERS HIS TEOFESSIO5AL SEIiVICES TO THE CITIZENS OW aie operations of this act, except so far as it may ceed to sell the property levied upon and be than three fourths.of its appraised raise.

and) :May 31, 165. S2-ly : TALI.AUASSEE AND SUEUOITNDING ;: definitely fixed, sold any sections or (parts I be found necessary to locate the routes of having filed his answer, they now move that without the consent .of the owner does not

I OFFICE with Dr. M. Nash.immcdiately caetof the thereof granted as aforesaid, or that the light said railroads! through such reserved lands, the rule be made absolute. The Marshal admits apply to a Venditioni expooas" issued oat '

Walter Gwynn, I IOFFERS May 19 1855.. 20 of pre-emption has attached to the same, then in which case the right of way only shall be the correctness of his return and fcY answer of the Circuit Court % the District of Ken
it shall be lawful for
to
: any agent or agents, granted, subject to the approval of the Presi. says that subsequent the levy and be- tucky. Said Justice Thompson, The Jrf.
services to personsniuhing to enter be appointed by the of said State
his : R. H. BERRY governor dent of the United States. fore the first Monday in December followingthe dicial power would ty Inconiplota'and ea-
: the U. S. Laud Office. by locating Land; to select, subject to the approval of the Secretary to the for htlQ"it
-ot1e ie. He will also give prompt SEC. 2. And be it further enacted That defendant in dxdcatipn replevied the said tirely inadequate purposes
Warraats. or I' of the Interior, from the lands of the
Attention to such business as may be intrusted to him Auctioneer and Commission the sections and parts of sections of land personal property by a compliance with the was intended, if after judgment It eould

in either of the other offices in the Capitol. Charge I MERCHANT. United States nearest to the tier of sections which, by such grant, shall remain to the requirements of the Statute of the State of 41 be arrested in its progress and denied the

will be reasonable,corresponding to services perlormed. I above specified, so'much land in alte/nate United States, within six miles on each side Flotida, passed on the 15th day of March in II right of enforcing satisfaction in any msaner -
Being Deputy in the State Land Office he of coulee TALLAUASSEE, Fhu Sept. 29, 855. 39 sections, or parts of sections, as shall be whiofiTshall be prescribed by the Laws
in that of each of said roads, shall not t be sold for the year 1844. That between the time of the
will make no charge for business DepartmentMay ; -- equal to such lands as the United States have
1'L 1656. SO-ly j A. PERRY AMAKER less than double the minimum price of the replevy aforesaid and the first Monday in of the United States. The authority to

I sold or otherwise appropriated, or to which I public lands when sold ; nor shall any pi said i Decepiber, the time at which the said person. carry into.complete effect; the judgments '

DR. N. G. MCDONALD, A.VT i lfiIrt V f T l1 t the rights} of pre-emption has attached, as lands become subject to private entry; unlit al properly was to be surrendered to the Mar I II of the Courts tleceisa'rlly results by fcnpH- .
aforesaid which lands thus selected
in lieu I
( I I cation from the ordain and eitab- ,
TALLAHASSEE FLA. the same have been first offered at public shal as conditioned in the replevy bond) the power.to '
FLIt.TTILL of those sold and to which has "
MONTICELLOj, pre-emption lish such Court. So thit the of
May 21, 1853. '20 sale at the increased price. defendant in execution died. That the wid. statute
attend with assiduous care, n.1l cases en- attached as aforesaid, together with the sec. the '
Florida is collection
I ow of the said defendant applied to the Judgeof unavailing to :'protract -
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That
., \" trusted to him. tions and of sections odd
f
Office adjoining that of Col. Dilworth. MILES ASH & CO. numbers parts afoivs.-iidj and designated by the said lands hereby granted to the said Probate in and for the County of Jeffersonin of an execution, issuing out of the ;DU-
( appropriated as trict Court and the Law never baring
] the State Florida, (the been stay
12-ly same having
March 22,1856. State, shall be subject to the disposal of the
aforesaid, shall be held the State of Wisconsin
by
) been the District Court the Marshal
IN the County-in which her deceased husbandhad adopted by -
legislature thereof, for the aforesaid
WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, !I ITai1aazeo DflCGS, PAINTS, Provided for, That the use the aii.i lands purpose lo be so aforesaid located: and no other; and the said purposes railroads shall be: resided) for her widows share out of the in tho discharge, of his duty could not

DE.AitLERS and estate of her said husband, and there was allotted be governed or controlled thereby. As to
retmin pnblic highways for the use of
: F1a. &c.1 shall in be further than fifteen miles
: no case I the of the Court to issue and direct
; ) OiLS the government of the United States, flee to her on the 7th September, A. D. power
from the line of the roads iii each and
case,
:MAXCFACTCREK OF COPPER,Tix A>I> SUEKTIROV I from toll or other the 1855 according to the Statute of the State in the return of its executions the seventh .
charge
'VAIEVJIOLTSALE AND RETAIL TT OULD inform their friends and the ptfblfe.that I selected for and on account of said roads: '! upon tran-por- such case made and provided, one half of the thou of the act o'2 'March, 1793 declare
'I tation of of the United -
T have hand assortment of such I Provided further That the lands }hereby j any property or troops '
DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AM> JAPAXNEUWARE. : i they on a good States. : personal estate levied upon and replevied as That it shall'be lawful, ,for th. "severs!.
articles as are generally kept in their line business, granted shall be in the _
I I exclusively applied "Courts of the Uofte'd States from time to
Aforesaid. That the one half of the said :
and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their I construction of that road for v.hich it'a j SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That I I per time occasion require to make rules1
stove Hcad-Qhartorf terms shall be reasonable. I sonal property was sold according to Law, as may
SPLENDID assortment Coolcing. Parlor I Tallahassee, April 9th ,1853- 14. I granted and selected} and shall be disposed( i the lands h-reby granted to said Stale"ball and that the other half tllE'reofremains unsold and orders for. their respective Courts*, .
A of only as the woik and the I j be di -posed of by said State only in manner I I
same "
with progresses the return of writs and
J-\- trimma neatness recting
.[ and Wood Stoves, ; and in the possession of the said widow un- processes
P.B.BiOKAV'S.LIVti : shall be applied to10 i other purpose v/hatso- 1'oiiowing, that is to sajk That a quantity of "
and durability, at reduced prices. i | dera bond conditioned for its forth coming &c., and to regulate the practice of the

Oat Door Work.Roofing :, AND BALI STABIES I ever: And provided further. That any and j land not exceeding one hundred and twenty demand. It is this state of facts said Courts respectively in inch manner

Ornamental Front Ilea'is. Gulteri,, Copper TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. I all lands reserved to the United States by sections for each of said roads, and included that upon the plaintiffs in execution upon more for a rule as shall be fit and n.euaryfor tW id.

and Tin Conducting Pipes She
Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps.. Shop work t ? ,THE Proprietor lit:friends would and] the in- I ing in any object of internal improvement, or ; of said roads, may be soldall; *] authorizing the stay of execution under which, end to prevent delay' fa proceedmgt".

ef every variety done at short notice.Citf j : -public that he has rebuilt his_ i in any manner for any purpose whatsoever, | when the governor of said State shall certify;, the s said property was replevied is wholly hl- The local 1 policy of the State in' delaying the

and Country !Merchants 1 1argL Brick Stables, at tbe old stimd, and is now be, and the Fame are hereby, reserved to the : to the Secretary of the Interior that anY 'operative to delay the Immediate enforcement collection of an. execution issuing oat of.ber

Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. I' United States from the- operation of this act, 'I' twenty continuous miles of any of said roads- of execution issuing out of the District Courts ctfnnol'bJB i : recognised'cere.. If It ba*
an
elsewbere. lie as-) has attached to iii- Stables a good Dlaekptnith far it be found is completed, then another quantity of.land
C T N.B. All article i manufactued from the very ShoT."-here he will have have done all kind"! II except so as may necessaryto I I Cotfrt of thf. United States. That the said hitherto been ibe'prac ti e of this Court to" .
best material and warranted durable. No other article Plantation:work, Horse "hoeiiiif, and Carriage work in locate the route of said railroad through hereby granted, not to exceed one hundred pfopeVky orie' ..teed upon under the I conform to this requirement of f State legislation ..-

will be offered for sale. Uw ry beet innpi"'r wul with promptnpw and dis.pali. I Euchjeserved lands, in which case the right! a fd twenty sections for each ct s'ad? roads this Court was subject to sale after processof the it has .probably .beei becaoe no question

October SO. 185E._42_ ; 1 on-y 1m:! lit granted, subject to the aj/jio.al ":r.l..9; ,twenty continuous mites completed usual notice, without the right of J has been madb. This Court has adop.
wern1'er5,185. 44. of the President of the l'',!ed States. ) ;as aforesaid, and included \vithina continuous replevy.
Notice. i ted rule such and it'It ,
Co-Partnership That the Marshal should have: proceeded' to I no authorising a course,
SEC 2. And be it further enacfi'3 Thai length of miles of'each of such ,
nndereigned have this day entered into a co- Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, twenty self without delay and that no portion of the i had, I should feel no hesitation in alroga-
roads be sold and from time
THE the sections and of sections of land so to time
;
pints ; may '
ip in theWHOLESALE 8afd to distribution ting it. Had the Marshal proceeded to sell
For Sale by P: B.: Brokaw. property was subject be.
& RETAIL : which, by such grant, shall remain to tin") until said roads are completed; and if any tween th'g wfdov> and execution creditors of the property levied upon the 6 nbarrassment
Sul scriber.has just received a United States, within six iles each side ;uf.said roads is.not completed within ten
THE n on
DRUGBUSINESS, of Carriages, I the deceased husband. But that the of of the plaintiff execution, incident to tho
Jarpe supply levy
of said roads, fchall not be sold for less thin veaindiurther sales shall be made, and the
under the name and style ofAMES&LJVELYU Buggies, and,} Harness, which he offers I' the executiou created a lien which could not death of the defendant, could never have oocnVred. -
double the minimum cf the land : l.inds un=od; shall revert to the United
for sale the most reasonable term price public It remain
on be divested by reason of the death of the doI I now to. dispose of the
November 18,1854. 46 when sold ; nor shall any of s id land be ; States. I second
I fendant. These legal propositions are denied question presented by the record
THEY Trill be pleased to see their friends A. L. FISHER ,. come subject to piivate' entry until the same j SEC.; : 5. And be il further enacted, That : by the counsel for the> respondent and it is and that is whether jtheCwrdou'd: .'aim to'a

1 | and patrons at the old etand of D.H Ames, j I ATTORNEYATLAW.TALLAHASSEE i have been first offered at public sale at the ; the United States mail shall be transportedover [ urged by him that the execution issuing out share of the personality; can divest the lien

where they will keep a full and general, FtA., j increased price. : said roads, under the direction of the of the District Court, is controlled by the of ttte execution. The 'section of the ta&
assortment!Articles appertaining their I IDt Sr.c. 3. And he it further enacted, That ;: Post-Office Department, at such price as Law which meB.'this x'r
That
I Statute of 1844. it udinaiy provision
in the Courts of the Middle Dis- j was not irregularfor
D. H. AMES, 'TILL practice the f-aid lands her cliv said State,
granted lo i law direct Provided
of Btninew. -S Congress ,
by : for the wife is follows **
may as When
M. LIVELY. T triet,and in Thomas County, Ga. / I j the Marshal to accept the replevy Bond, : a
shall\ bo subject '0 the disposal of tho l-gis- I That until such price is fixed by law, the husband shall die intestate
1 carOffice in the Capitol, 2d story. immediately j and that under the liberal pro/isions of the or shall! make
January" 1,1655. over the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. j I' lature thereof!, t far tho puipo.-i'S m .v'oresaid i ; and I Postmater.Gt-'ncral shall have the power to .Statute distribution the widows to his last will and testament and not make

MEDICAL NOTICE. July 21, 1855. 2 -1y 1 1ETBAMARD no other ; and the slid railroad: shall; be and ; dcl mine the same.Approved right provision therein:for his wife
I .. the half of the personality is a claim higher I as expreued.U
remain } !
forth- of the
-.e 8'- public highways ii June 3 1856. ." in the first section of
Jr. than ay and all others. this act, she shall be
DR. BURROUGHS government of the United States free from j' The statute of the State of Florida, to entitled to a share, i iii the personal etate :
toll other cI the
his proI I WILL CONTINUE THE I or arge upon transportation < I which allusion' has been in the following manner to witIf there
offers made
returned to Tallahassee of the United CHAP. XLV.-AD Act to change the Place of holdij with other
HAVING serrices to time public. Office opposite DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINES SAT t property. 4. And or troops be it ot further enacted States.SEC. Tint : ; lilt Courts of the United States in the District :: enactments provides, that sales of property be no chilcfren, or.if there be bat one child

Dr.Barnard's Drug Store. t THE OLD STAND, SIGN ___J I : of Delaware.Uu I tinder execution or other process stiau riot in that ease, she shall bv eptitled to one

June 28, 185ft. 26-6m the lands hereby grant lo said Stale shall bo ':i it enacted by the Senate and House cf be made except in the months of Decem.Ie baIf. but if there be'more Win, one"child

t MEDICAL NOTICE.0 I disposed of by said State .mly! in manner Kep/esent uivi'3 of the (United States of AimmeI.ica ber, January, February and March : Provided in that case she shall be entitled to one*
OF THE "I MORTAR, following, that is tll : (hat of -
a quantity!
] | say : ; "
land hundred i in Congress assembled! That the the defendant or defendants, in execution third part in fee simple except slaves, fa
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON j not exceeding one and twenty : con-ts oT the United States in and for the or other process will before the sale II which she shall have:a lire etisid, and sueT .

their Professional Services to the Pub- J Corner of Clinton nnd Monroe streets, Tallahassee.} II sections, and included within a continuous district of Delaware: shall hereafter bo heldat enter into good and sufficient security claim shall have preference over all others.**
I of miles of roads. payable
OFFER Office opposite the Store of Messrs. January 19, 18L6. 8 length twenty respecti\el\ the city of Wilmington, in tue said district to the plaintiff to be approved by the The very general and .com rehenain use of
be sold and when th i.f said
Hodgldw,Scott& Poole. P. P. Lewis I IGIVES may ; governor : : and the offices of the clerks of the cir proper officer in a sum, double the value the worJa in tbecl use concluding of the (ongoing -';
Dr. shall
1 State certify( to tie! Saeietary of th" Interior "
C, 1856.
January cuit and distri.-t court for said district, and of the property replevied: which value shall section would seem to confer upon
notice to his friends and pat- that r"iitinuuU5 miirs of
twenty j
any tit records of said coujfe$ shall be kept in be ftxed the the widow right all
officer a b
IICHAED T. BIOCHETT. CUAHLES Vf.DOVftHVOBIRCEETT that be is uow in possession of either of said roads trieu | by holding the execution paramount others
b5_,#-r .-# r & DOWKIHG- r ----, -- '- A!11! the latest improvements in Dentis like quantify are of land coiiiilftfd| :, : another '"''l- the said city of Wilmington.SEC. conditioned for the forth coming of but, I have no doubt that the Legislature in.

try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth. without producing hereingran' i I 2. And be it further enacted, That no the property replevied on a day of sale to tended to limit and restrict this distribution
ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGESTS FOR CLAIMS bv the aid of a local application, which consistsin may e 15011 I ; and !>o inmi time to ti.oe until! |I issued in ali the
pain process or proceedings pending be designated in said bond, and it was lo : property as husband at (be time
NO. 490, Sevrnlli Street, applying' an artificial freezing mixture to the part said roads are mplfi-ii: ; md if said; roads cither of the said cowLs, shall be avoided or under this provision ot the act that the Mar of hts deafli had not' directed himself of the
ofa
immediateirisertion
until benumbed. 2d, The not completed wiil.in tt-n further
fully are no -
WASHINGTON CITY. years impaired by this change of the place of hold shal the to alienate; This I understand to be
Temporary Set on Gutta Percba, which can be sales shall be made, ind the land permitted property in question to be power
Claims and ; unsold -
WILL practice before the Court of worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully shaH ing the said courts ; but all process, bail. replevied out of his possession. This Lawis the true meaning and'spirit of the act. It i.a is
and the several re\eit to the United States.
eeuha claims before Congress for Set then inserted on bonds returnable at the Statute of distribution
prepared a permanent ; or recognizances wholly powerless to regulate or controlthe and nndertakN'todo
SEC. 5. And be it farther enacted That
Departmeots.Ju1y28.1855.. 80 that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which arc next term of either of the said courts, shall enforcement of an execution issuing out no more tbanth husband could ba?.
much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, and the United Stales rna 1 hall be tiansportedover :
so
be returnable and return 'd to the term of of this Court. The constitution of the United done and what he ought to hare'dona. No
cleanliness. sni.l roads under the
perfect the direction of
:13. : :rT.T9" May 31. 1856. 22 said courts respectively, next held according States and the subsequent Laws of Congress one can contend that the defendant }hi e.

Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Post-OilJcu Dtp.rttnenl a' s'irh price as to this act, in the same manner Its if so made confer upon the Federal Courts. The cution at the time of his death_'had any pow

NEWPOBT, FLORIDA. Havana Cigars, That Congress until may.f-uch by ice law is direct fixed : Provided law tho, !, returnable mi the face thereof, and shall have power to ndopt remedies both at common er to convey this property by an absolute ti.

ORDERS from Pbysici&B and Planters 'put op' received per R. H. Gamble 6000, beet qual- Postm ster.Gt'ner,1 pi shall have the by to full effect accordingly; and all continuances Law, and in equity, and means for their enforcement tie because according to Law it was subject

greatest care. JUST cigars. Call and try themMcDOUOALL the power may be made to conform to the provisions of which are not to be limited or defeated to the lien of the execution, from the time
6LOI determine
February 2, 1856._ & HOBBY. same. this act. by the fluctuating practice of the that execution went, into the bands pf.t&q
June 3 1856.(
2, 1866. 81 Approved, ,
& .GALBRAITH, -August Approved, June 14, 1856. State Courts, but to be administered according Marshal. The right of the widow, kaiWteiup
JOHN W. EVANS, to the of cannot be to that of dower,
ATTo3m$-AT.LAW, TAI.X.AHASSEE,TLA.MA. CRAP. XL1V.-An Act making a Grant of alternate principles common Law and analogized .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sactions of the Public Lands, to tbe State of Michigan equity, established and fixed as rules of decision for tire nnroifeit reason that the litter reeta
.LONG & J. B.ALBRAITH have awoci- CHAT. XLVIL-An Act to revive Rn'. continue in the indfefeasibre the wife from
BAINBRIDGE, GEO to aid in the Construction certain Railroads ny Federal Courts for their government an tight in tha

win attend t.heConrta themselves in in the the Middle practice Circuit of Law.the They Supreme WILL give prompt attention to all business en i in said Stale and for other Purposes. to force"Suspended the Provisisns Entries of the of Act Public of 1853 Lands in"IMation and the It is with understanding of time of the solemnization of her maniaj*

CoorU and the District Courts of the United to his care,in the Counties of and Thomas Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Act of 1846, in Relation to Suspended Pr 'emp the organization of the Courts of the United and can only be.alienated. by her,indhfc&ai
Decatur, Baker, Daugherty,Calhoun, Early Clay. of the United States of A. States that the renouncement. -She *
SUte* at Tallahassee.O 17, 1855. 7 tf Representatives tion Land Claims. Supreme Court has in repeated acquires a property in I.

ce opposite the Court House. February- merica in Congress assembled, That there I Be it.enacted by the Senate and House of adjudications: of similar questions declared the real estate of her husband' whish is weU: '

October 28. 1854. IT Just Received. be and hereby is granted to the State of : Representatives of the United Slates: of America that it would be ananomaly to confer known to the world"and,which he can n lt&>' .

S. S.. KNIGHT, LEMONS, Guava and Crrant Jellies Prunes Michigan, to aid in the construction of rail. in Congress assembled, That the several upon any court jurisdiction without the pow. er convey in !fee or conditionally Th* Cw

Pickled( Oysters, Brandy Peaches roads from Little Bay dc Noquet to Mar- provisions of the act approved March er to execute its judgment. '. That the Court mer is a right baring no m.teneeI1Itil IUr

AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT Preserved Lemons Marmalade., Oranges,Lemon Pine Apples Syrap and Raspberry Ginger quette, and thence to Ontonngon, and from third, eighteen hundred and fifty-three in relation is nothing without its process" To leave the death of the husband, it 1t.tha.craaiioa of

T&.LL.LIUISU, rLOlUIU..r. ; Green do. Strawberry Gage do Pine Apple do., and Gingerdo. the two last named (places to the Wisconsin to suspended entries of public lands," this dependant rfpon state legislation would that Law which professes totice :.._ .. .

.l .t. ", 05. Raspberry Vinegar. "Fresh Salmon Lobster,Had- State line ; and also from Amboy, by Hills- and the several provisions f,the act approved bef to fea.ve the administration of Justice in and itia, an irrational.. ?_ .. Q

< dock, HalUbot and bhad. Assorted Pickles Scotch dale and Lansing, and from Grand Rapid* August third, eighteeirTUindred anti forty. "fre Federal Courts at the mercy of the suppose th.at. Statute lookiDlt; I.'

1 yviILIAM SCOTTAT Ale and Porter. to some point on or near Traverse Bay.; also six, in relation to ."suspended preemption Sutes. That the Courts, of the, United provisions to'relieve.the",widow .kpumj i .

ATTCltiNHEY LAW 30,000 Havana. AMES Cigars.4 LIVELY. from Grand Haven and Pere Marquetteto land claims," be and the same are hereby revived State have made rules for regulating the would deny to.a ditIgect.r.Utof' .th3ji-

Flint, and thence to -Port Huron, practice. But in no case have to enforce judgment .
January J, 1856. 1 every and continued in force arid those provisions changes in wbiob Iwt,h.s4esa"dered
1Lcnc9ELLo1 .PL.t.20 .-' alternate section of land odd of-these for
designated by are hereby declared In be applicableto nny particulars been introdu ed fooa and rsiin1jjtj Mr'

j, ..f'io_ ;8it_ tijanPILWORTH LIFE XNSUL&NOThTHE numbers';; for six sections in width on each all cases of suspended entries and loca. 44 into the Courts of the'Union, either by the in the / .other VtAn TTie.i..1.'

;-. .8., NEW-YORKLIFE INSURANCE CO. aide of each of said roads ; but in cage it tions which have arisen' since said acts were legislation of the states or the rules of the of the act quoUd ]priscbss! tM5jbi'. ,

Jli!-' shall appear that the United States have, passed, of M-hich were omitted tri be acted State Courts." It has been contendedthat i no children .or lt.i .. iJ' aI

J.UIf' :Counsellor at :Law, ACCUMULATED CAPITAL....;.$IUO0,000.the; lives of when tho lines or routes of said roads are upon under either of?aid acts, as well as to the 34 ec. of the judiciary act 1789, I that case she shaD b4'entitled tetw"*?" -

Company issuea policies on definitely fixed, sold section or requires this Court to conform its One balf! of what t of; '' .
: : mO'; ;LORIDA. THIS for ODe or more years or for the any any part all caee of! a tiiiiilnr kind which may hereafter practice to the -

,. 1 ':of. -;te Middle Orrtod -. whole period persons of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. thereof granted as aforesaid, or that the right occur, and shall be regarded a* nnphing requirements of the Statute of Florida of, which. her tasbfadsessed,1 '--t., .. ,.I'. .., -

F ,Q'ii 'BiotiI : 6wnd.: .CoBnty, Ga Dii euda declared to the insured on policies issued of preemption has attached to the same, thenit to locations uuder bounty land warrants aa tegalsting! fxecnffnnV. That section of the' words .xaed i.: ..-_ _.. _

tv-.. t;;" .',!.24y. for liCe.pUJf1' shall be lawful for any agent or agents, to well as to ordinary entries or sales, .and to Judiciary act of 1789 lain these words. tion. C :
', : FB.KKAK, Actuary.-Moaaw FKAKKUK,Pre't be appointed by the governor of said State, all other pre'emption cases or locations, That the Laws of the several' States except executionbx" : ., .
4' *_; .JA J. reeeired in Tallahassee by select subject the of the Secretary "whtre th> constitution \ ,
C3P Application to to approval where the law has been substantially complied '' es or Statutes property.nvebeenn .,. .
I-- iz 100 January 19,1858. B. C. LEWIS. of the.Interior, from the land of the ..with;'and .the- erroror: .. informality has of the United Slates .han otherwise require th. .. : '

V-Jf tma1.. Tnited'States nearest to the tiers of sections !iaen'rc.niig r '. ',.ticcident 'or mistak" nr provide, :shiill be regarded AS rules of 'wu not entitW' .1iai'and -.-" .' '
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,k -.P 'cVhiiigtM fitp1elryb t and the.time at.which' ,:-conaIterabe! ;,8n1bntsVtf fr\annually! swell I ( District of Columbia, 'this Can, never oe 'inbYdrtad excepiTby fate*! .,' --, :' (r ., ,_". .. .t.<. Ilt l f.0 -II

the pro rty was.to5f': produced, upon the"' the',aggregate,of Northern/-travel-: bnBi-: I JA.LtONSI, Vi ; "' tin; disen i n&. 'T._ ,weffore- 'Xyarpb t t eU,'and; :or M1iicbaits;tctpoed::(Democratsline I e'' : :t., .\'.".we UaaD'

sadden insolvency of the! sureties to the.'!Bond ness or forxpleasnre.III. R, K. MEADE, .' :- of th ., .vAdmtalstratiori .'i&r !1. : Wnias,'Ja: jubiIt i ..TOO', *' } .Wa4ilrig.'ton

'...:wn ld.have had the right to restore the acftuil DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN' THADE.'. r'I. R; ANDERSON,*"> Virginia. b, (- -- --- lA donor'of the,brifliant,result of the recent .;' :.i\\4..T chair ; And juch ,

't. ..- possession to* hjmself.s/It tr\l .that' ''Shall portion'of the results' derivable from. MYER MYERS- 't.| -- of President:Puree ,ton 'Presidential ,election. The occasion was" th'4:6npatr D '
ti t ," tho of execution does:' divest the".defendant F. B;DEANE JR. J fe tt;lu.r,
: levy an not these be shared at'h!>mc, or be left as they the
during witbt
The Union in relation to the character and fruitful of the most agreeable excitement, as. Grat
Q-, .. of his title, for that remains in him, now generously are-to be enjoyed whollyby J. H. GIBBON, of North! Carolina.TALLAHASSEE nta rifyo f fo iU!
: ,"'-f.(''2':'. subject to the lien ,of the execution, l hut others. I IB not the Southern trader ''enti .. .. history of Mr. PIerce's Administration makes exemplified in the firing of cannon, oratorical war.of 1812 thit the rank and life of t1r

\vhereherp1evies; the' property be.has not tIed to an equal share; in these results, and the following remarks, which we take pleasure I sallies and other demonstrations that were no : pry"deterged, and left tho oa! 'c ,

; ". : ... '-,that 'posse-ssion abs'(dte' which i is the sole other things being equal} orneaily so, to a jlnrihhm & Oli.t l. in endoi sing : :I less appropriate than creditable to the nDf l. election and n.eJeetloD. b

t __..'L .and exclusive righy and occupation of the preference over his Northern competitor I Is .---"--.,. \ ",..,,.. The truth is, that the history of American tering Democracy of old Jefferson." Our momentous pra/uJential- )struggle tart
: :, .ch.at.tel l so that itrj mot cease to be his with' it too !late to learn the lesson that commerce '
: affairs will than Wednesday evening a general meetingof terminated in close elections ln
: contain no brighter page: the
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bis t.bi8'i8J
nut act and possession is as honorable as agriculture, and that it is eont
.. >:. the husband-which is contemplated by the: as dishonorable to purchase the wares and that which will record the events of tho last the 'citizens \a held at the Court House, that rewlted Jeffemn'ii -efccViotf f

:. Law in subjecting his personal! property to commodities: of an abolitionist, knowing himto Saturday, Nov. 22, 1856.VV'e four years. Let us glance at some of the which was presided over by that intelligent : Adams bad 6 vote; Jeflenon 73l 'rD J81

distribution. It is conceded in accordance be such, as it would be to give aid and = questions dealt with and their results. First, and accomplished old line Whig Dr. B. W. the public mind at ,the North lt' 'o' !

with: the adjudication of the Court of appeals countenance to the enemy during the pres. : We have been requested by membersof there was the north.eastrr fishery questionwith Taylor, whose patriotic efforts in behalf of : was deluded, grossly fancied upon I ,,
by
x>f this State in the case of Gatlins Ex" vs sure of actual war? In our intercourse with t
Betton that the widow would not be entitled the North it at least becomes us so to systematize the City Council to state that a meeting of Great Britain ; then tho Kozta affair the national Democratic ticket contributed widet.atoJel. The allegation that('Jeftnob '

to. a distributive portion of mortgaged slaves our traffic that it shallibe with those only the Trustees of the Seminary is desired at with Austria ; then tho enlistment question ; greatly to the heavy majority it obtained in elect ald destroy all theJBiblw wichurchea

r... .whetelhe.husband. died in possession. anti who are not in open and acknowledged the Council Room on Monday evening next, then the Central American question ; and that county. He stated honestly and fearlessly ,may b ea.wit.th allegation

'.without, knowing the reasoning of the} Court, hostility to our rights and institutions. Can at 7 o' lock. Business of importance will be our difficulties with.Spain in reference to ago that he felt it to be his duty to supportthe to-day that slavery

(as the opinion is not m print) it is presumed there not be a profitable direct trade opened laid before them. gtessions perpetrated on our flag. All! these man whom tho South consder the safest to Kansas at:the point wi of the Oo
that this couclusi6n is reached because the from Southern ports to the continent of Europe bjonet taj
t': 'fau'stan'd has alienated his legal estate, by and are not the times rife for such a Dancing School. were questions of great delicacy, requiring and soundest on the questions vitally con. restore the AfricAn slave trade Jt..

; :A.A. :. :executing a mortgage ,and a lien upon the movement ? May not' the shipping interestsof The attention of the citizens of Tallahasseeis skill to place them fairly before the world, cerning their interests, and who has obtainedthe aon't day honest men, when tie/ saw

.. .., property i ill created by himself. In what: the South bo augmented, and that consum. firmness in adhering to what justice demanded almost entire electoral vote of the South, grossly they had been deceived, hw
I the lien i is created, can matter but mation be reached which all of haveso invited to the advertisement of Mr. Titus, tame tbi .
: manner eaily us and courtesy that should gain from our sustained by the conservative and Union. backs on those who had them
: Whether the husband his act whosesuperior qualifications in his line of delude ,
,little. by own much at heart and now believe to be :, a
.. ', adversaries dieerful loving men of the North and West This put their confidence
'. Itypothecates his property, or whether by act practicable line of Steamships from our business, have been highly commended in very a acknowledgment ; and in 1805

-. and operation of Law that property is held ports to Europe ? many portions of the South.Important of, and acquiescence in, our rightful de. was a noble sentiment, and was responded Jefferson wai r.elect by the. tri .

subject to incumbrance, the lien in both cases IV. MIXES, MANUFACTURES, AND TilE mands. to heartily by many other old line Whigs vote of 1Q2 of 176. gmp. ,

nlike exists and can only be discharged A UTS-The Mineral resources and manufacturing Decision.Wo No one need be told what have been the \present, including S. B. Stevens, Esq., of Madison, came in by a vote of 122 01 "

by satisfaction, in the case at Bar the lien facilities of the South stand withouta have been requested to publish and results in the above mentioned foreign ques. Quincy, who, when called upon by the en. 175 electoral votes, but was re-elected&
of the bj
could be discharged by
only payment
rival. The manufacturer be in
execution or sale of the property, the first stant communication with the must agriculturist con, call the special attention of our Legislatorsto tions: Every American feels by the altered thusiastic assemblage, responded in a tone the close vote of 12 out cf 217; the who?.

was not done, the latter must be resorted to. or perish !n the race competition. Side a decision made by Judge McIntosh of the tone of Europe towards us, that his country's and manner that commanded the admiration Wet and the South rallying under the b.

Let the rule against the Marshal be made t by side they wax stronger, and mutually addto United States District Court, which appearson honor has been maintained and our scoffers and applause of tho attentive audience. Although ner of the national deraflfcracy-New Yorfc

absolute, in accordance with the following each others development In a quarterof : the first page of to day's paper, in the case abroad have been forced, in very shame, to disconnected with any party, he, too, I voting with the federal States. This 181J

order to be entered- record A. D.(nunc 1856.pro tune) a century has been seen to grow up the of Ncwbold and Russell, vs. D. P. F. New- acknoledge the majesty of our might in the regards it A a solemn duty to accord a temporary election was most exciting one. The
of the last term,
as may collossal manufacturing of the North.It 1m
I system defence of truth and The of the support at least to a great and triumphant disregard of old lines
MCQUEEN MCINTOSH.\ ( was thought earlier than this that com some. By reference to this decision it will justice. roar party marked that ele.J

.. Judge. I merce and commercial empire were alone be seen that Executions issuing out of the U. lon has been changed into the whining of thewhipped' Union party, which at this moment tion ; for hundreds of old federalists left tei

the destiny of that flourishing section. In S. District Court cannot be stayed from Aprilto cur ; the blustei of the braggart and commands the confidence and admirationand party when they saw that the coarse, of Itj

.. ."- -Southern Convention at Sarannab, Ga. I another quarter of a century, if the South December as Executions may be which issue bully has subsided into the gentle cooing of allegiance of every heart which pulsates i leaders jeoparded our Union. n tin

To'.the People cf the SlavcJioIJlngSlatrt: I but do her duty, a like error shall. be: correc- from our State Courts.In the dove. Our country, in the last four years, for a continuance of the Union and an equality I venerable patriot, ex.President John Adams,
'" ted by her, in a manner no less striding and!
FELLOW-CITIZENS: The Southern Convention has itself in the of the States under that Union. We in a letter, the
remarkable.V. other words property levied on by execution proved distinctly a power were accepted post of Madiwjj
which was held in February last at
"Richmond, adjourned over by.resolutiou. to SOCIAL SYSTEM AXD INSTITUTIONS OF cannot be replccincd by the Defendantin word, having a policy of its own, and giving particularly pleased with that portion of his I; elector, and voted for his old} .opponent El-

meet at the city of Savannah on the second TilE SOUTH.-Is it our purpose that these execution from April to December as can sharpe and interpretation to international law. address deprecating the existence of cliquesand I, bridge Gerry.

Monday,'the. eighth of December next. shall remain i.tnctl11id the disorganizations be clone in our State Executions. This it Who is there that does not now feel prouderof hostile factions at the South, when we In 1820 Monroe received, on his r -.lc.

.. Among the resolutions adopted at that Convention I I which threaten other society ( Tliis svbtein will be seen gives foreign creditors an immense his position as an American citizen than should have a homogeneous whole preparatory tion, 231 out of the 2 electoral votes.

was one nominating! a committee to and these institutions have ever been ours advantage over our own domestic cred he dill when Franklin Pierce took the helm for the great contest in 1860. the contest for bia successor in 182-1, I,
1
whom referred all the resolutions which
was and those of the ,
including
our :ancestors
had been adopted as the sense fof the body, very founders of the Republic. They have itors. And to our merchants is a subject} of 1 Government ? Who is not more than ever ;:Able, eloquent and stirring speeches were four candidates were in the field' -Jackson,

with instructions to prepare and publish an i given us all of opulence that is CUjc>Jl'l1.- the gravest importance.: It leaves those who convinced of the greatness and power of his likewise delivered by Col. Pope of Madisonand .. Adams, Clay Crawford-Clay received 3'

address to the people of the Southern Stales I They have raised us to ten millions of freemen owe debts at the North, and who may be suedin country as a nation among nations ? Messrs. Scott, Dilworth and Blackburnof votes, Crawford 41, Adams 84, and Jacksoo

developing\ and expressing! more fully its views I and enabled us to bring under Christian the United States Court, and who have Monticcllo. 99 ; and the choice made by the Rouse
4 and inviting a'general 1 and larger attendance influences four millions of well Gen. HARNEY, in command of the Eastern A
happy,
pro. debts owing to them in the State and are From what we witnessed on this occasion, of Representatives. It was in the next coo-
delegates at the adjourned session.; The tected and contented laborers, descendantsof Division of the army now assembling in Florida -
.. committee consisted of J. D. B. De Bow, of barbarians, thrown upon our shores by compelled! to sue their debts in our State arrived in the steamer Isabel, at- Key we are satisfied that the great mass of the test that parties developed themselves A

Louisiana ; Tench Tilghman! of Maryland ; I the hands of Providence, making use as instruments Courts, almost entirely at the mercy of their West, on the 6th, from Charleston. He was Whig and Democratic parties will now be they existed for thirty years. Jackson received -

I Robert Ould, of the District of Columbia ; I Northern: ships and Northern :Northern creditors. consolidated. A few designing men of both 178 votes of the 26; but he'was ty-
R. K. Meade J. It. Anderton.Mytr accompanied by Major McKintry, of the .
James Lyons, I cupidity. Have they taken away fiom our Our only object is to call the attention of parties may resist ; but the conviction of being elected by the vote of 209 of the 288 | .
Myers, F. B. Dean, of Virginia ; and capacities as legislators! in or our Quartermaster Department, and Capt. Pleas- .1tc
I peace our State law makers to the subject that they engaged in a common cause, the sense ofa toral votes-the people iu great
North
of Carolina.
J. H. Gibbon
valor and patriotism in wad? Is the principle .. santon, Aid-de-Camp. Gen. H. will leave .
ala :apply the remedy if indeed there common danger and the feeling that sub. rallying about1"him as they had about Jefferson.
-Nearly a quarter century ago began II of honor of integrity, of manly courage, may proper for Tampa on the arrival of the steamer Tampa '
first to manifest itsvlf to the Southern States, I the instinct which impels the approval, of be a remedy.-; stantially their principles of public policy are .

that, although they embraced in proportion: rigU; f the resentment! of wrong, or the chastisement hourly expected. the same will break down all the dictationof In 1836 Van Buren \'a chosen by 170

'to population wealthiest producing n-gion of insolence-are the sociaPandd The Florida Legislature leaders and the electoral votes of 294 his
lath
DKATH OF MR. CL.rroN.tND GEN. 1 1HEAD. intrigues designing men, yet majority
in the world, they were contributing directly flicstic viitues. and Christian charities to *. The General Assembly of this State! con- 1-Ko
or indirectly of its proceeds! to the aggrandizement be found easting! here in unhappy contrast .-The Hon. John M. Clayton died a making for us a brighter future than has ever popular vote wa less than 20,000. And I Ia

and commercial opulence mainly of I' with the system and institutions of those who venes at the Capitol on Monday next. Owing short tile since at Dover, Delaware. For been imagined. If we adopt the motto 1840, though H r80n led Yan Buren bj

other sections of the Union, notwithstanding claim the privilege of reforming our "man. .. to the very heavy rains that have fallen more than a quarter of a century he has occupied "Principles not men," no earthly] power andno an electoral rote of 2 to 60, 'et' the popular

every consideration of propriety and patriotism I ners, and of making us altogether as they and deluged the country since Thursday a prominent position in the councils : combinations which oar opponents can :'majority was very small a poll of 9,.
demanded that these elements of wealth
are themselves ? Domestic and morning last do not believe that
quiet we a .
reposeare quo. conceive in In 1844 the election
of the nation. A vigorous and mind can possibly prevent onr success 400,0. ,
should be retained at home. Four-fifths of I invited to give to polished hot
way agrarianism, socialism rum of the members will be before
the commerce of the nation arc made up from ; : spiritualism[)! and all of the other infinitely present joined to the many kindly qualities of the 1860. But if we commence with makingmen 'contested and Polk was elected by 170 rotes

: the products of Southern industry. Oar commerce i diversified iciisiuic1i agitate and the latter part of the ensuing week. Such}
' with Great 'Britain alone constitutes I kt-ep in continued t turmoil, what is call\ 'U i by inundating.fluoll. has rarely occurred in ths;> friends, and his death may be regarded mayrat'once: abandon all hope of success, was very close, Taylor receiving 103 and
the half cf what has: given to her the commercial abuse free section for several I past, and will resultin Cass
an of t' III11!', society. Reforms years national because we would then be unworthy of 127 electoral rotes of the 290. Tbs
as a calamity.Gen. it
control! of the world. Her great c- ; there may improvements ; time and expeiience : serious damage to roads crops, fences, &c. the set the vote of Pennsylvania went for
James Bankhead of the Let example by patriots Taylor by a
eonomist, M'Culloch\ said long ago the develop\ these in the machinery of regular army brih
cotton manufacture forms the principal buti- i all societies. Should! such at .any time be Elections Concluded. died! at his residence in Baltimore on the of J ferson followed in every county of meagre majority. New York also voted for

ness'carried i on in this country, affording an i necessary at the South, it is ours and ours ,. 15th inst; Gen. B was one of the oldest our State. I is the offspring of sentiments him. In 1852 four States only Tote for

advantageous field for the accumulation and only, in assemblies and conventions, to dis- The Election has passed. The sage of living officers in the army. He served with I i I akin to those that animated our fathers in the Scott, the rest of the country going S solid
of millions and millions of Wheatland and Kentucky's eloquent orator
employment capital and them for
cuss pronounce upon indignantly distinction in the first Florida War. darkest hours of the Revolution. phalanx Pierce. -
and thousands upon thousands of work. I repelling the impudent interferences of our' have been elevated by the suffrages of an enenlightened The election seems to approachnearer
present
men. It gives us strength to sustain burdens I neighbors.VI. people to be their administrativerulers. Florida Election.
THE PHKaiDE.triAL ELECTION.-The Buchanan -
to the Taylor canvass than of
that would have: crushed our fathers and I any
could not be supported by any other people. EDl'CATIox.-'ith institutions of The long agony is over, and the des electoral column may be briefly foot. 2 a -. the other elections The result mot probably

." I, learning like those that have been I long< e-! tinies of the country determined for the ensuing ed up thus, according to the Union : .cn z 0 will that will bare 163votesfourteen

-- The Conventions, which were held at :Macon :\ tablislcd and now flourish in toe States of four years, so far as central governmental Penn'ylvtiia, New Jersey, Indiana and lUiucfs, 58 8 M= 9 14 M-I b above.Bacbana what e fo
?
North and c. necessary
South
and Augusta, Georgia and at Charles Maryland, Virginia, Carolina influences can control them. The influencefor Fourteen Sontberu States, including Louim'aua: 112 I
I Georgia, Alabamaand !Mississippi, Franklin, 92 48 a choice.
ton, South Carolina in 1838-9, representing
several States. and embracing their j must the youth of the South be longer doomedto harm which any administration can wield 170 Washington, 88 46 -
among exile in uncongenial climes, where the under our beautifully ordered machinery, is Jackson 432 458 [From UM P Db&j .
.- members the ablest, most distinguished. .and I \Vib Iowa and California to hear from, 6
most sacred associations of their homes small. and will be done in Holmes, 5 Southern
of-our citizens constituted the arc Wrongs may, one 8 AbIUI.a.
patriotic which reduces it almost if not quite, to a certainty Walton 11
liest- embodiment of this sentiment; car-I denounced as those of the savage and the department or another. But the correctiveis There are two,noisy poltciau at the South
barbarian the of and crime that Mr. Buchanan will receive 174 Gadsden, 26 44
heritage whose
guilt sentiments
on Avery
these"Conventions have bi-en succeeded by always at hand-and the free and independent .subject negro
where and votes in the electoral Leon 121 36 -
and grave Reverend professors college. have long considered unsound.
of and
others equal respectability, even wider ben
influenceadjourning' from place to place and and Clergymen leave the pulpit and the deskto voter can right himself through that most A despatch dated Chicago, Nov. 10, says Wakulla, 161) 149 36 We refer to the John M.. Boil, of Virginia

compose 'of delegations from every State of sign and circulate incendiary: political ad. powerful weapon the Ballot Box. It j is a Further returns received this morning Jefferson, 245 178 and Hon Kennet Rayner, of North

: :thc South appointed in !primary assembles, dresses, substituting titles for Euclid or the knowledge of this fact, together with the superior generally confirm the statement that the Buchanan Madison, 449 359 112 Carolina. nowrip.ns into reality
Bible, and finding in Kansas, fields more of induced ticket is elected Hamilton, 2 40Lc'y. upon this point.. Their endorsing
by municipial government, or by executive intelligence our people, by by about 3000 ma 11 Jeter teAbolionists
classic and consecrated than
authority. The records of thc-oe.: assemblies, were ever before this same condition, which gives stability to jority. The black republican State ticket is fusion in ,
.. Duval 345 431 218
: lit'l\fetripbisin\ 1845, 1849; Baltimore, 1852; furnished to them by Attica or Palestine. institutions. While live without stand- 1)000) ahead. Allen, dem., ia probably reelected ,I of the last named gentleman I
our we Nassau 128 72 14
New Orleans, 1851-54;: ; Charleston, 1855, Shall not our State legislatures: acting in to Congress from the 7th district. behalf of the Fremont Electoral ticket, lt.
Richmond: 1856, have long since been concert, provi'de for an increased number of ing armies to compel obedience-and in the The democrats wiluve four majority in the I Monroe, 22 5 170 tIes this question beyond further doub eon.

given to the public, and are marked by ability home institutions, extending at the same time eyes of foreigners,iu a constant state of revo lower house parties claim a major. Calhoun, 2 12 troversy. While we r able e good

and patriotism seldom if ever surpassed! in the sphere of those already existing ? Witha lution-and more particularly so, on tho eve ity in the Senate?' Santa Rosa, 155 86 care of our'own bedlamites! ice rupectfuRj '
larger proportion of thoroughly educatedmen Escambia, 14 25 ask the South to take the
this or any other country. of a Presidential election, with now and thena Says the Union of the llth-" Our private Columbia, 28 .care o A ii
than is be found
to beyond our limits 6 within her own lordert.
tho evidence
It is resist that
:. impossible to will we build up and encoura.ge home litera riot involving the loss of a few lives, and despatches from Chicago, received this day, Alachua, 22-1 147 -
these Conventions originating at first in purely and and while make the democratic Hilisborough, 188 This, it must b conceded, fs a very ro*-
I economical considerations, however afterwardsistimulatcd : ture foster encourage home publication this: of very rare occurrence, our citi. majority in Illinois larger 10

.; and deriving renewed activity 1 houses? The time for action is now. zens rich and poor, high and low, commingle than that givon in the above despatch, Manatee, 7 9 sonable request of the Peyloi'
It will be well, at least to look to school Hernando, 61 35 we take it that and North
our Virginia
from the insolent and aggressive spirit exhibited on terms perfect equality for governmental and give the democrats a clear majority in a rega.
Can the these -
books. of be
at times by the free States: sufficient making those who entrusted purposes on election day ; in monarchical both branches of the Legislature." 2708 1580 872 785Bulianan's Carolina the twenty thousand .democratic
:. in-other to have led to hostilities so exclusively to by instillingan in each will take
countries. open ; majority care of their,*bolitionials. -
countries the law of force the
occasional being only one far The
heresy, dangerous to our repose majority so 1128.
: [, and which has threatened, and only
So the
.' been arrested upon the thrush-hold of, a disruption imagine that they serve at the same recognized. There the people obey the laws THE YOUNG CALIFOUNIAN. was men democratic gain in these counties 1041. responds Georgian and .

of the Federal Union itself.have con time God and .mammon-their consciences bccausV they dare not disobey. They haveno tioned, among tho latest news from San Journal. 1 ,

tributed largely to a consolidation of Southern arid their pockets ?IThe State Legislaturesat love for them, all is fear of them. In this Francisco, that a son has been born to Mrs. Southern Convention. '
the South alone are competent heal Julia Dean the Pursuant to previous notice a meeting ofa Collision of Ship* Lea L Je
,
sentiment, to a better understanding of the matter Hayne accomplished nctre ,. o
this mischief. will submit country on contrary, every man, no New YORK NOT.
our condition and necessities, and bave.also Property to any The Alta Californian, of the 21st, in portion of the citizens! of Leon ,county was :l4 '
how his 'condition congrat.
amount of taxation for such a purpose. A how humble, mean has steamer Ne.Yor for Har/ir,
befit felfi in that general development now and to be matured the stand ulating the mother upon the happy event, held at the Court House, in the.city of Tallahassee in Ln vessel off
everywhere manifesting itself at the South; system can ought at tho privilege to up as a man ; the equalof came coUiO a
extending our railroads!!, enlarging:; aud' diversifyirig South by which the most ample encouragement the proudest and wealthiest so far as takes the occasion to say : on Monday, the 19th Nov., 188.lfj. .- on ;night of the 2nd. The unknown

,. ; Our commerce' and manufactures and shall be given to educational system. his deserts will warrant. lIe feels himselfto Wo recollect Julia Dean when she firstappeared Jno. Beard, on motion of Judge Ran. vessel is. au2s to--have rank ia*
and to its press. Withdraw at once the contributions the blush dal elected Chairman and mediately.
stage-a blooming James S.
developing our agriculture inviting and concentrating the upon was ,
be of
which returned too often one independent sovereigns, ,and The commenced the following !
to
are
sinking
us
population and leading to ing maiden, and we little dreamed then th'at Jones atea18 .
appointed
t pew in and insult. not to be ruled and tyrannized Secretary.The she abandoned 'the
combinations and to higher and still higher now contumely over by any. either she or we would ever visit this far daywhen. was ;
hopes. Fellow-citizens of the South we may not body. Hence, he exorcises his political rightsin California. And now Julia Dean is the of. Chairman explained the object of the passenger and c \.taking to the' boats.

It was declared at Richmond, that 4 the.objects realize at once'ail of these hopes, but let us due form, and if beaten at an election_, bows er of a young California) Success to the meeting to be tho appointment of delegatesto One boat, containing fourteen persons b
fondiy cherish them, believing them to bo the boen picked and. brought, it. /Tbe fats
*of the Convention were to secure to submissively to the will of the majority. And little native. May he play his part in life, SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONNECTION, up ,
the Southern States the utmost amount of attainable at no'distant day, if we shall act on the world's real stage, as his: mother dorsuppn to be held in the city-of Savannah, on the the other boats, containing a uud per
himself with the
in in the direction consoles reflection that the is unknown. Iti is feared,
concert
as an integral of the Federal moving same under (; the minic one.V 0 are glad to hear, sons, ar!
prosperity part
of December the
next. *
Thereupon
.. Union or to enable them to maintain their the dictates of a common interest-necessity country cannot be mined-and more especi. in the words of the play, that 'mother and eighth lost Te.pangerwel Freoxh. ,U

rights'and.institutions in any event" and thatmatters'were'all and patriotism.We ally that no administration;, however unwise, child are doing wel .' following named gentlemen were duly ap. The a among those"sated: !. '
invite a large attendance at the Convention pointed delegates to said Convention, viz Shaller and wife of' Solomon ,
4' which related to can ruin him. In. ddition, that he not : Fora'
germane
may
.. in Savannah. Let every village and FILLMOUB AT HOME.-The Buffalo Cou. mingo and Ernestine -The
Geo. T. Ward Jno. Maxwell
the development of our,soil, the enlargement the South respond change his own notions a whit, ho cannot but Maj. Stephens saved t ba
of Our internal do. town throughout promptly rier thus announce the glorious victory achi Col. Edw'd Houstoun James T. Archer consisted crew.
improvement ofte
our
system ,
:i to this.appeal l in the appointment of dele think, well, I may be wrong-my fellow- r #"
4 mestic trade and direct foreign commerce, their wishes by the democracy in the very home of Maj. John Beard, D. C. Wilson, Judge Randal Th8tei.-'
mines manufactures and the arts the social gates instructed in regard to citizens, just as wise and pure as I, differ with eve .
2: system, and institutions: of the South, our and views. The Executives of the several me, I'll wait patiently and see the result." Millard Fillmore : l, Dr. Wm. R. Hay ward, Col. B. F. Whit. NEW YORK, NoberI5.Tbe.steamship ,) \

schools and the It'will States andthe Mayors of cities, Boards of The of We are proud to announce that Hon. Israel l ner, Hon. E. C. Cabell, Benj. F. Allen, 1 as. 'Lyoouais was rt
colleges 'press. Trade and Commerce Agricultural Associations stability our government rests upon' T. (latch, the nominee for of tnimonVdonari.: ''A' .
a
&
be thednty of the committee, there- dem.ocratio S. Jones, Gov. Thomas Brown, Dr. Edward l
properly the the
of and the
knowledge -
intelligence people
etc., will, it is believed, appoint according -.. Congress ia elected very ma passengers were Albert.;
fore'tanbkke a few brief references each ;:
.to to custom, delegations of tried and ap instilled into the mind as soon' Jti8 jority. Mr. Hatch will have the honor ofbe Bradford, Daniel B. Meginnis, Jas. Kirksey, Senator Samoer,) l and
or thel beaM: .
:-. r proTed',me, who will certainly attend, or capable'of receiving ,an idea, that they hives ing the democratic. representative in con- Thomas hayward, Dr. C. G. English, Bryan and. thirty ? .

: I. -\tiJucuLftJlJf--Wlaat: : are the means of who will, in the event,of a failure,. communicate rights and responsibilities connected therewith.\ gre!,"from bis'district for many years. Croom, John eorE .Anderson, Wm., R. it ., '"

;. .rncreasfflff.the agricultural wealth the South by report or otherwise fall information We take pleasure in congratulating the 'Pettes General Shine, Judge A. L. -.=. .. A ;
fcnd f brtnfftng: home"tothe' farmer and. thpanttrt for the,action of the,body, upon some or all That they are soon 'to become.', component; democracy of the country on !this glqriqus. ,Woodward Hon. Thos.-Baltel Geo. K. l r. i '

: Tj"their fields, the largest results of the points indicated. parts of 'the government nnder which they result.. The:neck of knownothingism i is bro Walker, Hon. Long, Thompson'B. =-. :
0f .
pr' o.
(I:&Bgreftterpro6perUy, and promoting. Can it-be necessary to appeal to the press live: the equals of all, and no tyrannical ruler. ken, and back'Republcanis with its trains Lamar, Dr. JI Randolph. .$.; '"!Dt b,1 4j .-.' ..-

;. "'.jbobedeon4itionof'," riu.tr&tJt:' -; << their operatives. f fmcVtion '" .. of the.South, to open.its columns'to this sub to frown, upon them. The road. to the, highest, 'of odiouf St repudiated. The prestige It t tvas moved and adopted that the pr.ceedings' she. __ .;, ... : .- .
4 : lxaovzxcrs.-4Iow ball joct, and to,continue. it-/agitation until the ; 'ibojonce powerful firm of Fillmore, Hall! of the meeting tfae-Senrt-. 1 "" '' .
v ,
station'h them
a; open,to; ,.as:toio 1erl. No, appi J ,. -i ', '
Ziin
W
.Jhtf.n! gom 'among tas and be- sitting of tho Convention December. and1Iv. is djstroyed ;, the defiant boast !nel and teFlidi: Joal. -:. ..' rJ. .",
if clad in an '
..Iwb'-L1 ..10 :.elt d"&a to .dmit .oftdle( The'cHy/of Savannah; tfarough..it: ,Execa'tire matter: ..rag."an apjUen upon Jjy: (thzc.tona1lts are 'proved to. be more Oo meeting f adjourned,, ., ,.C..1U.Jf. ; r.' 1.-' "".- I"....

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sp .t ( 6tfl occupied. .uport' :ii t\iodth i. r IRaehwn "'*_ J\J *5 boxes Knglish Dairy, Cheese. .j .: ,, "' m8atoU". ." 'f r.'.- -'ss ,
LMl .
%1ihti8 PittiOi igrt&tTon of,the question ;!. urtainl. !,.1.1.--" &t -,,ret- r. tt. f poraia.'by i4 R.-JL BERRI'r. \ .ts: UrU G V Qfadi.oixl Ii .. .I ,,'1.W'' r r.. .
of slavery *l.&r* ttatesmea iiVe 'almost fimarui f. rat tbeneit ... :n; :,. ot21. .,n1 ..ndmaimn.thpc1 I .t" .r.- 'J
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MarkBIT. words-Inpon 'one : : : S il W .
poiqtThe
ExLtOr's' Sale. ; at Ihe'elation .held oo Monday tL4 P' 1t'ide._
calculated t -fortifrfxtcod nd ._ '
<>.
: perpetua'e > policy; of Mr. Buchanan's admima'ration will WHEREAS toUuwDry Ooodt! of kG. U'-. _
; of October ultimo b the 19th 8 na- tr f1 "
John
n HE:.Exeeuifrs' of the will of the Boo.: M. &Jr-
it'as one orstiitduae.' Too" much be avery different: one from what has generally JL. .tate of Chatara county Georgia:de ued, tonal District, there was.M choio by the people Boot*, Sbw. fiats. Xmeje Jane. DL.uhs.w.Pj.niU..4t. .' ..( S

fcas been done in Comjreas., and too little in been supposed, both hy bis friends and offer,for sale, by authority of tbe same," the fuHowiog thereof an equal number of rote banag been east f 0,000 best Havana CIOAB3 hoam& Ia the UaM-.W.'bEiiitlb.reoeividtths Oem.1t

the-Stat legislatures; xrith reference to sla.Tcrv. enemies. Some of the former will be property: } < ,foi; Janice McRobert Baker, and John Stewart : Fine Grocwiee,French Brandies, .447t .
,
more W U.'k .w .. .
and Win* JD" p.
It is time now that Southern legislators i t. A tract of land situated on Black Creek id Chatham THEREFORE, in order to supply said vacancy, Superior Madeira. Port Shmj Delnumeat .
disappointed the d.
It lNkfrd
," attr. is already ? bund sold cheap/ cash 'oft4th ofTavdmbtr. t is -
wise ccnsid ration county GeorgiA. about 12 miles by tbe Augn'ta 'ft hereby ordered that an election be held ia the 5ATT A quantity on .
should give to stabili. known, both from his own private declarations road, from Savannah,containing 3S9 acres,and known several.Bounties eomposin? Mid Senatorial District GROCERlK-Ba< Flour, Sugar Cwflfee. Rieo. tiext day i. r i..a.zso.i1e .1.Ganl'
t ting an institution which is indispensable and those of his most confidential associates aa the Springfield Plantntioti. The tract is near d"l on MONDAY tho 8th of December next. The re- Whiskey.every thing to suit the wants ofthe r'ple. '. rull4. ,1I1 'aa4.wtsi:4t; ,

"bqth to her social and political) existence-insrbicb ,.that Us government tviU be 'an eminently lin* of the proposed Cbailestnn & Savannah Railroad.. turns thereuftoIemsde as p.escribed by law. Nov8, I81I'O. 46 J. R. LLOYD. tri 4lt"i 1.1DIeIj, '*ed..' Wweek.

either she must live or-have no 1ire. conservative due and in A portion of it bas formerly been cultiv.tled in,rice. In witness whereof, I have hereunto act my .)"isA1. .thw.' f '
perfect accordatlce Bale oarilI S feh7 B* W..fcr a&
For Leave dk a Pm.
The exemption of from sale for II. A tract of land in Habershaii county, Georgia hand and caused to be affixed the Seal of *
negro with his
cautious
with certain. disposition. including the Dwelling House and grounds lately the [saiL] the State of Florida. Done at the Capitol SACKS SALT, obwp for eaah. .;
under execution
icbt qualifications There is not a politician at Washington who: Summer Residence of the deceased Tertator. knowu in the City of Tallahassee tills lath day of 300 J.R. LLOYD Arrivsat.&IIgtoeDZtda7sb1tP.-;- 1

.And conditions, is a policy 'as wise in' leaks for such measures as might be Btippfts-- s Rockingham,situated about 3 miles sou'Ji of Clarks-' November, A D. 18!>&. ov.8S6! 4* Lear AlHntor Hobday sad Tbarafrj at I JL lIS,:

every point of view as it is huHiahe( and con- ed to emanate from the signer of the Ostcncl yule and about 25 miles from the line of the Rabun JAMES E imOOME An ire at/ackaMviilfftest&J *J f*.

Motent with the natural relatian of master Manifesto, and in proportion to the greater Gap Railroad. The trnct contain 260 acres of fuir Governor of Florida. Wanted, : ;i: : .
the Governor Attest .. .
; and servant This measure, which proposes vigor and determination of his character will cleared average aDd upland cultivated of which; the about remainder 40 acres i 14 rH hate wooded been By F. I* VILUPIGCE- Srcrelary: of Slntt. 500 lJIjJ\.l, for which the highest !,* wiu b.paid Prc1.aimudb. .1.'M11hO .

to create a species of homestead in slave he.tbe with Sentinel Newi 'till in cash or MenaaDdii .tti.JJO web bjr.* ..
energy which filibustering With the ordinary growth of the country. Tho Dwelling t and Jacksonville copy day / .R.LLOTD.Nor. < M pnHnntUr
property, has been before suggested, from scherrles and plans for embroiling the country House is large, commodious and in complete re of election: 8 1858. 45 cia 0ut recutd ;::5J w ld'IIMII&.rid 6.-
time to time, in various Stales, but in no instance with other powers will be checked.If pair. The site commands an extensive liver of tbe November 15, 1856. 43 to ij the aoceeaefcl tidaV,wi e-rfty te6n tte h 1

has there been blue Ride Mountains. A fine opring of water isnoar Jaei.iary.1fl.a t -
any specific legislation Kansas decides upon entering the Unionas the Dwelling House. On the premises areKitchenc.Stables Large Sales Notice.OnlOJC 5o pay wdl be faade tot tHp Det ptftanatd, of

upon it. We learn, fabvVever, that the propo. a slave state, and Congress shall act favorably ,Carriage House.Curu House. SmokeHouse PE aw OKO. R. R. Co.. )l fir meb of nob onad ioM b04ait1 O7 gp1s

rttlon will be introduced at the next session upon such a proposition, Mr. Buchanan Dry.well, Water well, and Farmer's Dwelling ON TIlE Tallsbiuee, Nov. Srd, 1868. }f1t1CtiIcE c d three time tie par of UM trip mal, s d.dactca

of the Mississippi Legislature, and will be will not veto the bill. On this point he is House, all conveniently and substantially built. An FIRST THURSDAY IN JANTTAEYBE i ia"-..hereby given that an instalment of For arrivals M far tMb ticM_tf-- *..--.Iue
orchard on the grounds contains: a large number of l. with ilepeadmr wails Mud- .[r. ,.
sblJ'supported. has called in the
pledged to out the of cat been on
carry principles tjme 'r.auty"e per '
-0-
fourth tbe for tie. pM ssbjct
fruit. of various of
rare trees one eofnpetattka .
This exemption of from sale for descriptions. snbaenption to (he.capital stock of the Peosacola and
negros Kansas-Nebraska law ; but a Southern Senator III. Tbe following tracts of land in Florida : A UTILTi SOLD ON THE PREMISES on the Geoig''a railroad at the office of to forfeiture. Fb* waR be 1mpoed. tLs 4.-

debt would give a security and permanency told me yesterday that he looked for no tract of land in Alacbua county, Florida deaigmited T f day above mentioned, at public outcry, LA- the company on the Coropanripajabla lit December next By orderof linqwncy be promptly.J tiUtutotUJ t&fitS*

to slave property, which would make it the active interposition in favor of slavery from as section 10, township 9, range 19, containing (RiO NIER'3 PLAKTATION. in Madison. County, Florida the Board ot Directors.( for neglecting to take Ae siafl from erwte. pottofEee

most desirable of all others as a family es- the next Executive, On this, as well as acres. The tract !Hi-s within 4 mi sof the line of tbe conipii 1 fit 0 acres of first rate L.ind. F.It FLAGG, Sec'y.Nor. ; fur suffering it to be Injured detftrojed,reMed
up- Feinandina and Cedar Keys Railroad. TERMS-One third Cash. and the balance in two $ or bAt J and for tefuatng; after demand to floerey the.
adopted ;throughout the South it 8, 56. 4
Ute. other it is the
on many points, favorite refrain Three tmcts (If land in \ akl1l1a countv, known as equal annual instalments drawing eibt per cent interest man II fjequectljaatb* contractor .raaa. or Is coa-
would withdraw from the banking basis of of Democrats that the grand refutation Lot number IS. containing 360 acres. Lot number and secured by mortgage on tim land. cerned in running, tebfcSee oo UM root Tle Ket-

the North nearly fifteen hundred millions of of all that has been said against the Cincinnati 27. containing 360 acres, and part of Lot number 28, 437 acres arc cleared and in cultivatIon, and under New Store-Sfe Goods. master General may annul the eouUaet for nipeaVd

dollars: keep the interest on that amount at platform, and their Presidential candidate containing 280 acres. excellent (cues. And there are ou the premises a undersigned would rfcpectfally inform the failures to run agret Uy 1ti cott/aCt r for dfwke/*

home, and counteract, to that extent, the will be the historical one contained The property in Hahersham county may be examined comfortable dwelling good out hduses, 0 good negro THE : of this and Adjoining CtiV>uiuuilieet lhat log he poet office laws oc iMroction*of the department
by application to Alexander Erwin,}; Clarke. cabins, good barn gin-bouse and crew. he has Tb PoetmaaUr'GeoeraJ ttly:lUer the ecb -
of I'C just opened and has ready for gala a well selected -
concentration capital at New York nnd in the administration of the federal government vile: that in Alachua county by application to Ho. These lauds are situate !id the Patterson hammock stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. Clothing dUle. Hr may also order m Qf. Ifv liT

Liverpool, which has been based so largely from 1857 till 1861." This was saidto race Merry. Esq., Micanopy, Florida: that in Wakulla on the public road leading from Monticello to Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps tc, all of which be aflowing tbereor a pIo rSq 1,OQ the ,&atza ,

upon the security afforded by Southern slaves be, originally, a saying of Mr. Buchanan's.We county by application to Muj. John Beard, Talla Madison Court House, about eleven miles from Madison offers to sell on the most reasonable terms. Also ffhwUaranua pay. lie may also eiirtiu1 cr discootinna I". e 4ea
without compensation in return. It shall see. hassee. i and twenty from M tlliccllo. The Rail Road Cigars, to sell to those who can appreciatethe in whole or io part, at pro rata decrease cf allow

would also make the ownership} of a few For terms apply at Savannah, Ga., to Henry Williams now being conllrilctdd from Tallahassee to Jacksonville same. Please give me a call at the house formerly in J one month's eoropenaatiob oo the amount
: one of the Executors. and 3avanriab, also pisses through the planta ocupied by E. M. Fraleigh, next door to George Mo- of eerriec >il( with. Bids cboold be *ddr ae4
slaves more desirable than at present, and Disasterons Fire.A THOMAS !1. BERRIEN, ) tion. '1 he lands ate fresh and level and of the first gtoais. L. LEFFMAN, ASent.9ot. to the "3ecoti2 Asauant( Poet matter. GeacraV as.pres.'sibed

thus check the tendency- the accumulationof hrge part of the business portion of our CHARLES JBNKI3S. }[ Elect tors, Ac. quality, and the plantation is believed to be one of : S5 48 "Propo..lr N'OSI, TJ.ri4LP

a very large number slaves in the bandsof I town is again in ruins. This morning, a little HENRY WILLIAMS J the most desirable iu Middle Florida. I Fur farther p rfwUlaria* t1uipbJ-'MTerdMca.?
small number of blare-owners the November 22, 1856. 47lmExecutor's -ALSOAt PROVISIONS-plenty at last. for conveying the mails la Vi/jinia, Qeorfitf II I
a very l before day, the fire was discovered issuing &aoflSbSuodlSU. .
effect of which is to weaken the institutionof from the upper story window of the long the same time and place, will be sold for Cash, o BBLS. Flour, JAA"-' cLMI'3giOct. .:
Notice. (
slavery by reducing the number and political wooden building owned by T. O. Holmes, SEVENTY VALUABLE SLAVES, 6 Casks" Bacon Sides and Shoulder1. 28, 1868. 48-4 PortiaiaUr ,J
months after date I 2 Dnffield's
shall final Hams
influence of those who are directly interested Esq.,.and in a few minutes the whole building SIX. and vouchers to the Honorable present my Judge ac of including; one Carpenter and Blacksmith, and a good 10 Bbls. Mess Pork, '

in it as proprietors. It would make it 1 was in flames. The fire of course could Probate for Jefferson County, as executor of John house servant and seam stress. V Lard and 10 kegs do. Notice., ,

to evety man's advantage to own a slave, not be checked, so closely jammed were the Johnson, late of said County, deceased, and ask for a* -ALSO---- \0 4 Molasses 20 do. Rectified Whiskey, ALL person having demaude a*siaat th*.ttttl. ei

and strengthen actually and politically the I buildings and in loss than an hour the wholerow dismi ion and discharge as such executor. .: About 6000 bushels Corn, V 10 Sugar, 4 do. French Biscuit. Fur ale well Watkins, JaU Jeffereoo Oowtty. 4s.
W.JAMES by McN AUGHT will take notice that matt tb rf
HINES,qualified executor. of OltMOND A CO. ceased they premt
institution would and 20,100 pounds Fodder,
as vote known Holmes Row"
owner extending
every as '
November 22, 1856. 6m-47 N< '. 8, 50. 46 to tbe undersigned duly authenticated wrttio the Uftt
bushels Seed
50 Peas
if necessary, fight for his property. down to and including the store and warehouse 4' 250 head of Hogs, prescribed by Law or this notice will be pWd-ki bet

Not only would such a. measure diffuse occupied by Messrs. Bisbee & Canova, Notice.J 40 (Cattle: India Rubber Belting. of their recovery Ami all persona wdMfd to eiM

and thus strengthen slavery numerically, but. was consumed. Most of the goods we believe the 21st day after date! hereof, the undf-rsigncd 14 Working Mules, A LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting of estate are hereby notified to wake immediate f4'ijmtnt >

would powerfully conduce to its territorial were saved. The principal loosers are ON apply to the Comptroller of the State of I Two large Road WaKr>n9, -/Y two, three and four ply. warranted fully equal to the undersigned WILLIAM MonticeQa W. HEni'

diffusion and extension. The emigrating Messrs. Bisoee & Canova, J. A. Barb((, J. Floriita fir a re-isie of Warrant No. 440 <>f fiscal I One light two-horse Wagon, to Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper ; in fact'consid OeLtS 1855. 8w-4S '

clas is not the wealthy. The rich and well B. D. Hanham, T. O. Holmes, T. McMillan, ye.r. 1856. in favor of Samuel S. Waster, or order One good Ox U'agon, ered All by those who have tried them,superior to Lenth -
One Yoke of Oxen, er. sizes fn>m 4 to 14 it.ai.eo wide constantly
.' to do seldom migrate: to new countries at I C. DeWall, .Mr. Venness, Capt. H. E. Clark, chargeable 73, Act 3, No.under I, and head bearing of Criminal date with Prosecutions the original Ch. One Lanier Mill, on hand by D. LADD. t BOOT AND SHOE SHOP t

J least. Therefore, the more slavery is diffused I Henry E. Holmes, Mr. Lucas and Mr. Hollo- of Sept. 13, 1856, said original Warrant having bucu Blarksnnth's Tools,Farming Utensils, &e. ," Newport. Oct. 18, 1858. 42 i THE undersigned have formed a pwtnerahip tt

amongst men of comparatively Email man. We have not learned whether there ]loot or mislaid. JAS. S. JONES. The title to the Lands aud Slaves will be made by purpose making the finest and latest tt/la
calli-I the )1.1I'.h.1 of the Northern District of Florida, For Sale. of B001SndSilOES.and promise to give' satisfaction
under :
November 22 185S.
who nffoid but few 47
tal), can to own a was much insurance on the property or not, .
consent decree, as will be advertised by him. and to all wlio may wish to patroniae tiooL
the greater will be the number of fclavehold- I Iingernigrants but presume most of the goods were covered. Buckwheat Flour Irish Potatoes the title will he good and unincntnbcred. Location where I now re Work done with neatnesa and dwp tch. S

into new territory.With I The fire was, beyond doubt, the work of an AUGUSTUS L. FISHER.THADDEUS mt"11HAT on Clinton Street.near the College- PROTZ i 1UP?.
'
the exemption idea once fixed as aninseparable incendiary.-Jacksonville Ncics, 15th. bC.JII. P. LANIER .. over five acres of Lend attached Oct. 26 43 Comtr Monroe sod 800 loot ad
of the institution of . part negro ee- November 15, 1856. 46-7w a fine Garden Stable, Corncrib. Carriage house. Land and Negroes.foi*'Side/
servitude fanatical madness THE TitHEC WAstisuRNEs.--Every one rr BUSHELS Irish Potatoes,
no or Congress Negro bon"ts, n. splendid Well of cool water and
re-elected I tj Buckwheat Flour io Bags oDd J Barrels, ** Georgian ional could the t-xis- of fue three Washbunies is to the Cicitrn. There several beautiful l THE
usurpation endanger are Squares on the .
, Raisins: arid Currants,* Courier will please copy three times a week fur one rCfl of LAND, Tying oo Ui. MicoonkJe'Lak*.
tence of the South her from next Congress. Israel in Maine by 5,000; bill 'SVeett and North side of the College suitable for re!-
or prevent growing Dried Apples, MaCearoni, month, and send l to this office. near Herring's Store. Tb. land it first rate qualky,
her growth and appropriating her lawful Cadwallader C. in Wisconsin by 5,000 ; and Pickles, French Mustard, dences which I will sell at private sale. This is a tr'e I 1 Oak and Hickory-about 725 of It deirrd tad *0d r

inheritance on eaith. Jn nearly every household Elihu B. in Illinois by 11,551 majority. Stewait Car.flies. Sale of Land and Negroes. to opportunity.locate I in Tallahassee pfiVrod: to theme and educat pt'rllollsvlto their} may children desire in '! good fence, and well watered with ronoinj br

servitude would become a. I Citron, Gofchen Butter &c., &c. either of the male ft-r.inle Cull!+ of Ibis and neveiJhiHng springs.The; improvements OOOd
negro permanent or s city, unsurpassed '
FIT sal by G. A. J. MEG INNISS. T TILL be sold, under a decree Court, on Inn.if of a coroMtnble dwetJi g-bouH and negro cabin
fixture,as essential idea, continuing with The betting on Kentucky, oa. the Pre'i. by nona for the ability and acquirements of
i November Hi, 185G. 46-4t .f.tLt" 5th day Jauuary, 1857. 'at the :'Es- good barn and No.'1 gin house and screw. The present
it in all its changes, following it in all its I dential! election, it is stated, has been very -. tate Plantation near Sandy Ford on the AucilU River ,the l'utlt."Ulcn ill charge of the above inatitutinnt '! j 3 ear's cotton crop wQ bring over $$3.0p Any

\\anJeripgs, and planted and cheitshedhei. heavy. The Cincinnati Commercial says '! For Cnarleston-Regular Packet. One Hundied Negroes, or so many thereof may' Spt.Fur particular 27, 1856.apply to JOHN 39tfLumber P. LLOYD. j I j j gentleman wishing} to purchase can examine the j>r--

I I \er it made its home as an indispensable institution j that It knows of mauy instances of bets of FIRST VESSEL. be necessary for tbe payment of debts nnd for distribution misee aud buy on 1InJnOoJatinr If deeded., s
belongiiij{ to the estate of the late Col. fifteen or sixteen likely NEGROES,men, woolen and
I. to be defended I by the paler families I extraordinary magnitu ac. Lands, negroes, 3 npIIE irgtilnr packet brig HERALD, Richard Harrison, deceased. Also one of the most I !children, can also be purchased with the plate, .al.rf

with his life if necessary, and bequeathed cash, everything that is property Jn Kentucky, Ejffiy; '( muster, will hate deopfitch for the valuable Plantations in Middle Florida, lying in Madison have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousand 'horses mules hogs, stock cattle, tarau&f a{ oe&;

RB a perpetuity to his children. has been staked throughout the S.ate. Hundreds aoove port. For freight jviasnge nl'p1to .. County near Sandy Ford on the Aucill River, WTE feet of goud SEASONED LUMBES, of every dia.cilptlou.wbicb J[ tc, with all the corn,fodder, &L, made this seaaoo
The strongebt and wisest policy on the of men nre doubtless ruined, and thousands D. LAD, Xew P.nt. containing Fifteen or Sixteen Hundred Acres of first will be delivered in Tallithasso low. I I Apply either in persoo "r by letter at Mkeoraiie.
Nov. 15, 185G. 46 rate land. This plantation was the residence of the Those Lumber Oct. 25-tt 43 G. W..l100RF. .
wishing address
the State can us at Cvntreville.Biils I
part of the South is that which enlarges and sorely impoverished, having -.- ..
late Col. Richard Harrison and has advantages.of !! sawed at short notice.
diffuses the interest of the whites in negro democratic. When will men be done with A Fresh Supply of Cigars. great fertility, durability of soil, convenience! to mar- A. R. COMBS CO. NEW GOODS.

slaveiy! and at the same time conduces to this foolish practice of betting on elections I RECEIVED by late' arrivals.! Finest ket and excellent health, with access to good range Sept. 27, 1855. 8? I

increase and preserve the affection of the negro .10,000 article nianufactured-lOJ( per for cattle. The following is a descrlptionof: the lauds

for hit master. This mutual bond of interest Dr. M'Laue'sTermlfnge. 1000. McDOUGALL A HOBBY. continued in said tract near Sandy.Ford, on the Aucilla NoticeHHHE JOHN PRllORIOUSiRtH?
November 15 1856. 46 River, to-wit: The SEt of Sec. 36, the S W 4 of annual Stockholder of
meeting the PensaJL
and affection, of protection and dependence ANOTHER MEDICAL "WITNESS.g" of Sec. he E T
-- -- -- ------ -- Sec 27, the NEt 34, i of the S E I cola and Georgia Railroad Company will take TlDLOR
is truly one t>f perdurable tough/ies t It is no small evidence of the intrinsic valueof 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. Sec. 34, all in R 6, T 1, N tV; the S W J of theN place on the first Wednesday io Decemb Tnext.

Tlia relation, wisely cherished, is better than this great Vermifuge when even physicians. who received a large assortment of W 4 of Sec. 31, T 1. R 7, N d. E; the S E iofthe F. H. FLAGG St Dealer In Ready Made Clotblsg. cad SGent1esin's
JUST every variety of Sec 36 T 1, R 6. N & E the E of theNEofSec.28TlR6.N&Ethc y .
; finalities and that eiule! NEt ; I November F1rD1sIg Q
compromises are generally prejudiced against patent medicines, 4 color and quality, Win-low-Papering. plaiu S W of 8,1856./ 45Administrator's .-
}
list of wi.ich have been and figured. Bordering to suit all.McDOUGALL. ; -
expedients so long voluntarily come forward and testify to its triumphant Sec. =9, T LRCN&E ; the S EIofthe N W J I w Fall and Winter
am now receiving
sdmY.Jetered: to the South by political ptai-ti- success in expelling worms. Read the following: & HOBBY. of the S W i lflhe N E 4 and the N E < of the S Sale. my q-

tioners of that class, who think spermaceui. HABBISONVILIE Shelby Co. Ky, April 2, 184g. Nov. 15, 1856.----- -46' -- WJof cc. 36, T 1, R 6, N fc E. Also the following BY virtue of an order from the Hon. Judge of Pro p of Cloths, Cwimerct, Ycrtingt, 4*, J
an excellent thing for an inward bruise." other tracts of land: The E | of the NEt of Sec. i, for Leon. county, will be sold on Monday,
Messrs. Fleming Bros.-I am a practicing physician, New Books. Every Color Style and QaalitywAicA
Given the establishment of TlRtS&W ; theNofSE4ofSec,8T6R the 8th of Decnmber next before the Courthousedoor >
general negro I residing permanently in this place. In the year 1843 6, S A E ; The N E 4 .f the S W i of Sec. 1, T 1, S in Tallahassee the following land, to wit: TIeW
exemption, with such modifications as might when a resident of the State of Missouri, I became JUST received, a large assortment of of R 6. E ; the E i of the S E j of Sec. 8 ; the S i of half of N W quarter, of Section 25, in Township / am prepared io mac up ia the .

be deemed just and wholesome1, and the acquainted with the superior virtues of Dr. M'Lane's Standard Works Prose! B K,>Poetry ks, conipiihing and Romauccs .: Sec. 9 ; the E 4 of the N E i of Sec. 9. 2, Range 1, N and E, belonging to the estate of John fashionable rtyle; on ihort Optic* I
Southern States the diffused of interest Judge deceased, and to be sold fur of debts.
by unity At leisure with all the recent publicuti' The names of the negroes lire as follows: payment REAO6LtftRMS.
Vermifuge, prepared by you. some more u i> : AND
Terms on thy of sale.
(if we may use the expression) thus secured Bancroft's and Hildreth's United biateS. Prince, Inc, Pickens, .
send the result of ALBOA
moment, I will you an experiment EDWARD BRADFORD ) -
}
would unbroken front of the Dutch Dick, Aleck, .d- ..
present an to Motley's History Republic,just pub- Nancy, p :
assault I made with one vial, in expelling upwards of 900 lished. Esther, Sam Slick, Warren. R. H. BRADFORD, f I L.tRMS AND WHLL KWtCTBD rroec stfADMADE
every inside or outside of legislation, November e, 1856. (- -
that might be made their rights or domestic worm L. CARTER, M. D.W Allison's Continuation of the History of Europe, Nanny, Jacob, Billy, CLOf)KINO,
upon : Purchasers will be careful to ask forlDa. M'LASE' 5th and 6th volumes.Abbott's Jiony, Caroline, Hamet, NOTICE.
tranqnility and security. and Scott's Napoleon Theirs'French Sancbo, Emily, Winny, Oot&'slirK of every ga'rm'ent srffaLU ft/.ml.-hli. -
\\re fear CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, manufactured by Bonaparte; C1'U nnntbs afier date the admin such as Clonks.Talctfaa, CUta.T.dI 1sniak.&a -
there is no such unity interest Revolution Gibbon's Rome Hume and Ms.cauley's Patsy, Isaiah, Henrietta undersigned sttaO't ,
;
-
et present, and though the South bravely FLEMING BROS of Pittsburg, Pa. All other, Ver. England. 2rd and 4th volumeRollin's; Ancient Bob, Jufant, Jim, ii on the estate James Holdernesa, deceased, which will be disposed of at low prieee. fI
;
may mifugce,in comparison.are worthlees. Dr.) M'Lane's HistorjThirl waU'b Greece Ro'utwn's works Sylla. Arthur. Joe, late of Leon county, will file her account and vouch Also, A large lot of Plain and Fancy Bhirta.Oblkre,
face her foes, we doubt that she can do so ; ; Undershirts,Cravat. Stock Ae. &e. .
and ,
Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills Prcscott's Ferdiuaud mid Isabella. Mexico. Peru, Jim. Solomon, Giles. era, apply to tbe Judge of Probate of Leon county Hosiery .
genuine
with a serried front. Ruth, for a discharge from said administration. Those desiring a thorough oat-fit will eooadt t1mtownintere.tibygivngm.calisafltheabo.w'
2nd and ,
be had at all respectable Drug Stores. Nonf Philip the Miscellaneous; Russell's Modem Stephen, ; Syboy
can now Hal lam's Historical Paris, Mariah. ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS, Admt'x.Nov.
Europe; Works The Works ofLord Viney, < :
Later from California. genuine without the ttanaturenf FLEMING 46 BROS. Bacon, Add-on, Goldsmith,; Irvirjr, Scott Phillis," Sam, Vincent, S, 1856. 45-Cm ticks have been selected with great flare, and wi&'. ft.

AcorsxA, '13.-The steamer George : Dickens; Irving's; Life of \\Vatliicgu Spark'sVagh- B n-Jon, Daphne, Adam, special view to their adaptation to this market
Law has arrived at New York from Aspin Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and : ingtiin and Headley's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous John, Alfred, Becky, Candies, &c. October 18, 1856., 1,.:
by one agent in every town in the South. Writings Mariab, Naary, Jufant, -
will with dates : in 10 volumes library style;
to the 3d inst.Broderick .
RECEIVED "
assortment of
an Stuag.i"
Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2 Btepny, Allen. Aleck, JUST
the Democnitic candidate, has Tallahassee Market- volumes, just issued, containing an account of the Nelly, Lucinda, Jesse, _, Gelatine, Flavoringextrsctz, At, to, for A. B. CLARKE,

succeeded in San Francisco county. In the Nov. 21-COTTON.-The article has come in very literature of ont country from its discovery to tbe present Jesse Midge, Anne, George, sale by G. t J. MEG} NISS. Fall ot-
primary elections, the Republicans have freely during the past k.and the sales amounting day. with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts Peter, Aaron, Zilphy, Nov. I, 1869. Ctr-44 IS now receiving his and Winter StM-S
suitable for
adopted the people's nominee in the same to 649 bales, were not easily effected at the quotations from their writings. The best book of the kind extant Fanny, Jackson, Caudace, Goods ,I. 'l'-
with which we close this week's, report to wit: Charles, Betsy, York, FALL MILLINERY. M INI ."'WItA'Qt ; .
countv. Pi ice to IQi for best grades. Market closed Simm's Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances Albert, Solo.non. Eliza, atJU duriI
relations 9J .. : has opened and will be re consisting in part of French i YqIiah C1
Englands has suspended diplomatic dull Lit few Uays heavy rains. in sets ; Statesman's Manual; History of the Iverson, Mansfield, Maitha, lIRSDAVIS throughout the season, tbe metes and Vesting of all eoldra, and of the bMqas! '-
with New Granada, and ordered a fleetto SEA ISLAND.-Only 29 bales of this description Republic; Webster's and Calhoun's Work's, complete, Scott, Frances, Nancy laU-st and most fashionable styles of ity, which be is prepared to manufacture to order ..'
enforce payment of the Macintosh claim. changed hands during the week, at prices varying in 6 volumes. ElizTeDsh, Hellen, \ the most reasonable terme::and in the most <
HEIR & COLES Blank Books and Letter Emily, Ben, Doctor, PARIS MILLINERY, '
There has been an unsuccessful attempt at from 171 to 21. Stationery, ,Cap, Legal
revolution Cotton Brokers. and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens. with and Jeff, Fillis, Willis. Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers; also a rich selection FASHIONABLE MANNER, .

in Sonora. 4 without bandIes ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visiting Sancho, Amy, of Dress Trimmings, with a variety of Drew and Together with a general aaaortment ofEEADYMAUE ,

and Playing Cards; Ledgers Journals, DayBooks J&ck. Leach, Cloak Patterns. Bonnets, Dresses, Cloaks HeadDresses cLOThING
BALTTXOBC, Nov.1l.--A.- crowd, armed MARRIED, Records and Pare Books, And ever) article Alsoabont Forty bead of Mules Corn, Fodder, &. ; &a. made to order. Bonnets bleached, .
with clubs and gtms, proceeded to Monu- On Thursday evening, the 13th inst. at the residence usually found in our business. Terms of sale will be Cash for the Nl' tCied. Tbe ed and thanes altered. Orders from the press that will compare farorabrr 'with anj *&>eking eLCWl-
country exhibited for sale thk el-
ment Square to'Dightith an effigy of Hon. of Mrs. C. E. Buie of Alum Blufl by Matthew Nov. 15. 46 McDOUQALL i HOBBY. land will be sold on a credit of ou'e and two ai three faithfully and promptly filled. The ladies of Talla Fine ever Black and Colored in CWh aDd tity Frock, eoner l\d.. .- '

Reverdy Johnson and burnt it on the railingof M. McAliley, Ksi Mr WILLIAM B.JONES, to years. vitn'fAirt cash-credit payments bearing interests hassee and vicinity are solicited to all and examineat Fancy Oaaeimere aod Beaver Frotk '.rdCoaU B hM
date.
from J
the btule,Monument in front of Mr. John the house known aa Mr. Girard', opposite the ) 1
Miss SALLIEJ A. BUIE. all of Liberty County, Fla. Dancing Dancing ISABEL M. HARRISOTf, Adin'x. M
son' house. Indignation i at the recent November 15, '66. 46-tds Episcopal Church, Monroe street. Black and colored Cloth, Bearer aDd, rsw QrEr. i
undersigned bnvingjust returned from New Nov. 44 -0' .-
speech of:Mn Johnson*.In New York is saidto NOTICE.There THE wbere be has been associated with its Sack Sortoota Black and j Doeakio 'xaACtahnnPanta. ,- fc.

belike motive-of disgraceful demonstration will be a meeting at Salem Church, three masters and devoted his entire attention to the acquisition Notice. Notice.- Raglan'e. Fancy f *'***>

: ThcL crowd ,gave three cheers for miles from Tallahassee commencing Friday, after of every thing new in the "sweet pastime of pursuance of an order cf the lion. J.Wayles Beet Grenadine Barath .Satin ud Ootb.Yi4

.:HJlmore and three groans for Mr. J.- The the 5th Sabbath in Xovetuber, and continue three tbe Heavenly Nine," begs leave thus to tender hispro.ssiiinaI SIX weeks of Probate after date in and, I for shall the apply to of the Jefferson Hon. IN Baker. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle Fancy Velvet Caetimer. Bilk and Oasbmcr* .k
outhoritie did not interfere. During the evening services to the citizens of Tallahassee county Circuit of Florida, the undersigned Administrator andAdministratrix White Silk do, ', ..
da)! and vicinity. In private or in his school full instruction for letters of Administration on the estate of '
of the estate Lovick Bobee Fi0e 'swril Bilk'Cotton
Green deceased GeDta'ShawlBrog ,
a.:putol.:Was fired through one of t r.l.onnIOD' given in the Waltz, Hop Waltz. Five Step Waltz, John Severs,late of said county, deceased. will sell at public sale to the highest bidder before, and Merino Uoder'durta "-'. ,

.parlor windows, the ball strikingthe Buckwheat. Polka, German Polka Schottisch. Highland Fling JAMES SEVERJ. the Court House door in Tallahassee on Monday the Canto Flannel and Jeejoa,Drivers..ALSO ..' .

ceiling and falling on the floor, the roombng Scltottisch, Mazurka, Mazurka Polka. Itedowa. Polka N v.15, 1856. 6w-46 1st day of December next, the following real estate, ..
full..of company on EIGHTH Kegs, Redowa. Eomerelda Dodswarths Bolero, Gorlitza, to-wit: a land warrant No 13.166anJ the claim of -. -
oJ quarter do. Varsovianna, La Zingaiillu. Also Spanish Dance Notice. the heirs of said estate to three hundred and twentyacres A:general assortment of Fancy and 'Bla 'i1k'aa"

'I&TEST: FROM:. KANSAS. For sale by R. H. BERRY. and Quadnlls of all figures. of land, more or less in Section ((1 i 6)) sixteen, Satin Stocks Ties and CravaU. OoMara,-' 1 t.rr.J J
Tbe latest and most fashionable Music furnished creditors, legatees entitled to distriEstate '
$* November 22, 1866. 47 style of ALL persons Township one Range three.Sooth and West,including wlitc Kid and Silk Gloves;Book *rf W* 1 <
Sr Loci, .November: 13.Ve learn by for evening parties and ucurs oDS. or otherwise interested in the of the late residence of the said Lovick Green.' Terms do.. Ladles Gauntlets anpenfr LinijT teie"x-

advice frorn: Lawrence to the'8th,that fifteen Fruits, &c. 7" He is also prepared to give )lessons on the Violin, tho Rev.John Wesley Rhodes Uu of Jefferson eounty will be made known oo the day of tale.. Silk Handkerchiefs,'Brown:ad Faoey' Pote 1Ju'34.i5.

of Jthe been Guitar and Banjo Florida deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their JOHN DUGOAB. Adm'r. Thread and Marino } How Frce.State: Tnffiins teat bad } acquitted PER West Wind to arrive in a few days, MARTIN TITUS. claims and demands within? two yean (from this dateto ... So'

oz hargesof murder, &c., were sub- whole boxes Raisins.4 Nov. 16, 1858. (6-4" William Budd my agent at Monlicello,or the same NOT.:.1.1 856. Im-6'ELSY GREEN Adm'x. BUY October 18. 185$. i. ( Q. ,. 4:
eqoently:arrested under indictments for rob- 20 balt.. 'I will be barred; and all persons indebted to the said : .:" .'..'
bing pot offices. Their 20 qr. One 45 Saw Gin. deceased, are requested t< make 'payment to my said : 4.
party are preparing 1 barrel Currants, agent who is. fully ao'thorised to settle the said estate TOTHEPaYSICIAaop. FLOv J'C'.i ; .

10 contest the election of"WhitfieldIjtMSTAWtLiscoyKKyv- 1 ", Almonds, soft shell, FOR SALE, a second hand GIN of above size baa LAURINDA M. RHODES Adm'x. R1ps .*. .. .,..... # '.", $ .'. ..."' ,, tf
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1 Walnuts only need to gin #bales. Cotton. and us Monticello, Nov 15,' 1656.t 8ai.46 THE Annual Meeting of, tU Florida' HediQI.D.' ,. From NEW.' "YOR'' ,per.,.1M, '47 .--
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eouvene LOWFYZZ.-CoflIdeable interest'ia'ma i.-' 1 Filberts ", ORMOND- 4.CO. :': the <;Tallahassee,' Dumber GObda CruBRT ? Io( Itt ,, .
1 Fruit Dates November 8, 68. 45Executors 1ackere1andHerring.. on Monday t.a1. at ," 1. -sBinte'h ".'f'
feiud'among"medical 1.men.for.the ',success of *" HALF .10 clock, A. M. The AwjjbrOraCou tit. fe d.- b'i.I1Q""r011: 'PJ ., ;(1'-" '
BERRT.
For sale by B H. FEW BBLS. each No. Mackerel and "
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r.P.P ,b"ianoeu1ation November 22,'I860. 47 Sale' of S A Herring,'direct (rom the Fisheries. For hale at Uere4 b.Dr.E.8. Gtlliard' of ,Jefferson eotj.- awLi d' i 'i. '

fozy1Dw. Several. A.mericansandsyrnptonwof Land.T alow,ate b,, Physician and Medical' Btadttfts .thonghmt'State tbt li1t( c .. .,? ,. .
E yijh; fellow fever Fresh Groceries. .SHALL on the first day January, 1867.-soil io ( |. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. are requertedr to.a'ttesKI, "- -itso-' .. _
X accordance with a decree of his honor Judge Bilker JTovembar 8:1 855. 45 TH08. K. LEONARD, : 'a; :'n_ JW4! )'
trodergpoi iooeulation'd.wet.well -t. J'
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reeeived from New Orieaos, the tract of' land and improvements thereon :- fleeordiog Se-et tatr., S 'I II PII .'jl- '
r I.e-par. ek.. Mjsrecendjior'enow. JUST Bushels Heavy Black Oats. situated immediately North of and adjoining Tallai LIME. Nov.1.1856. 1m-t4 I Per si1 r. r..l.' 11.1 t. '

fl'..S II-=.. ,40 barrel Extra and Superfine Floor .. Lessee, whereon the late John 8.. Sbepard.resided 1 .. l. 4A.PIM1W' ,:;: .
f' r e4.M pe 1 lpr&jet o 'S* do Kolaeses, prtvions to Us,death., Tee .aidtract. of'iand contains lOO. BBLS.Liraev fresh aDd in*good a-der7just Hptice.Beautiful -I' -I ,,--r---u'tr--t"* J rna'_. i" "
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I> ;w about 91 or'less .landed and for wle by' .- "1rr'. S _' @..? Iir. '
and 20 do Irish Potato..-TcDow, aereavoors) of which about 80 S ".I-'
f.4T..tbi( 1. t do .Lard. acres are cleared juvi tinder fence the balance being" L.I ./.,, UCiAUPU EMOIfD3 OO45 -, ALLpereone hiiudaamjs. agsI. the EstaLs ft T': ".; :

;, ',:; ,\8- ,", .8J ,' 'Th f. a3i'wiU1beBJade C'tic, aiIctiaP,. t' ., 1 I. ..it; .i' '' .notloe..1att .UI6-aoruou'. j'do.pr .'Lto .
) :- AQ ,,tij 4 ri do Wsk ;' .. : s ... -to :&ebgbe4lddar, b fool ofihtfCourt$ Boas i T :. j 'J -r 'ir. e.u"wUJt.a 1M .., .._. .It NII.' .

"" \{" 'oe"l1', :'''Q .tJIIIII'''" U&6CI J 1'tlo ried.Bed.-_. 1 -. <'; .".W.1AV Ta ahawe,;tepon'a' credit ;, ip.I and,3th t < 4i., ; .tb.L .: ,.. .qt ) U I.d..i.:.-.t a.V', 1i', : "
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: : n. Jo"JlU .P1.w. *-.'t.<'- Way. BE wrrn MONEtf ? I DO CERTIFY hst In the year :1884. Iyi.it 0 FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS.Arthui1 0 0 ..t. vtM .
Celebrated Racer Dr. W. Infirmary at Griffin. .19lWl RFL4.eft., :tt E *
Thlj Moseley's 0. .
: <1 VTEJEN1is just as easy for anyone to W around ..l..t .l .
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of obtaining relief of a painful distressing -'C ::
.7 Y' witfca'pjcket full as not, if they only think so. purpose fery < "' \a 'AnU pu t f. .?*bxi. ,, ,;. ; E' '
and
CAKCE&the dose eye.My nose
I hare got a new article,' from :which from fire to tbe'r. was Patent AirTightCAW9V gAtr. CollIN Iat bIUIQtRThDSO$ IiWamnu "
t A )11 .. twenty dollars n day can be made, either by.male or a1 ntirely {die before I visited. and besides ) we wDaer to orM: ',.aMhe I _pubiIc .. \ h b&r"

STALLION female. It is highly respectable business, and fio article nttep! ulceration .0 my cheek abut. my > rimming !a.Ft. ,and Tona- our aerTteet la'the Storing, Buying;fieltfaV:E.esinag .
: FINE which wanted in every family in the United eye. nappy and proud to say tht ely ; Winter UM. *e elteoelVely aDd Forwarding of Cottoo and Mercb'andiie, ,- i,, e.. ..ir",, &
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i stand at Stables two miles South-call Siatee. "Sheloe me two dollar by mail at my risk did relieve me. and bad it riot been my having t bae in the East and Northern States lat eU .To our frieoda and patrons we rtettifn':obrac. '
my cold
TT17ILL and tom forward mail Circular with expose myself t very extreme bd weat.er, introduced to the eitiaens of ] ad thanks for the patroni-ge heretofore extended and
Tallahassee by return a pp.
v V T of Qniocy. on the road to the entfaing do believe that would have bad They are ;not ,.
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who has
the undersigned HOW their interest in future recoup
; Season. fill instructions in the .>rt. The business is very easy. second time surrounding country by hope by our attention to : to .
I visited the Doctor and he -
; Try it. if are out of employment, and will di8e/6. a the exclufiWe right to rnanu&ctnre 1 this vincinity Co merit a eonUnnance of the same.P. .
you you
BOSTON, JR., never regret it; for it will be better for you to pay relieved me again; and 8 far I the various reports the coming senson. I is only ncsessary to call and A. iAttLi. FLETCHER WHIT AKE1t. ?ended.as UniverwilCbrealls .
about the injuring or failing relieve me, recommendations of
Boston Tinwl1011 the above sum, and insure a good busineM than try Dotora t ean\lii lese article and the New Port, Fla, July lit, 1856.
Was sired by the ram nl Racer by they are false. As regards Dr.'Moseley'sskill have used them be convinced that but
b/ Archy; his lam Sarah Clifford by imported Hventy. ve cent for a spurious advertisement in the of Concert, I know of bo Physician te t economical article simply for
the bet simple interest in the late
( Ttatrnlt of
-. Grand dam Margrave. He is Tl'isis no lIumbug.Try it! Tiy it! T'vH I Address would they are mot. t__ Having disposed my )
imported in the that I than
Xinganee by
sooner rt'lyon
; DWIGHT for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can firm of Richardson fe Whitaker, to Messrs. Baillie & what their '
letters to MONROE aame
S Mabogony Bay about fifteen hands high, well your him. As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN.be i is equal unskilful without theslightest purports.
- New l'ork.Sept. be used by the most person, Wbitakef, would tender my thanks to my friends aud
formed and muscled and was rfiieed by James in the Southern States and I
finely am happy
any ; risk of failure. -
t t foP their former kindness, and confidently recommend .
27 1856. 39-8m patrons
the of Boston. In short is such a Horse that I found him to be % .
gentleman
Long, owner say 1 perfect and 3f: Purchasers are supplied with a circular dbntaining to their favour and support successorsin .
., 1\8 j ii seldom offered to breeders of fine stock in this Turpentine Farm for Sale. Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for putt ing up fruits business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON.my The VERMIFUGE

section or cnnnry. Cancer, t visit the Do'ol as Ion n possible and and wmntofeji |In these Cans, placing the whole process July 26, IS&b. SOTHOMAS BOSTON, Ju run the fastest Two Mile Race, : FOR Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to have health restored. RANSOM COOPER ConVcDi'enUy Within the reach of housekeeper.A :

tvr run over Col. Thompson's tract in Maryland.lie .- I with a small farm and improvements, and Rome. August SOth, 1855. large supply of' these Cans will every be constantly kept expelling Wotfes=;; from

rto xl t two seasons in Virginia, and aU his Colts. 1 will be sold at a bargain inquire of 2F" :lr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my 5u store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should MITE .

were large and active. I JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY. pio eucf THOMAS PERRY Post Matter. apply immediately, as the fruit seasons; near at band. the human systefn has

\ TERMS:-$10 for the Season, Jl5 if insured the I I Wnkulla, Fla, October 4, 1S5G. 40 Rome, August SOth, 1855. All Cans sold are by the undersigned and warranted 1I1ANUFACTUItER of Copper and Sheet IronWare ,..
Money, in cither case, to be demanded should the I -- --- safe. mae WM. P. SLUSSER. 1vJ_ ,and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been administered

Mare be traded, sold, or otherwise i disposed of. 50eents Lake Jackson, Fla, Plantation ,Awful Case of Calc or ( nD'N:. May 81, 1856. 22 Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizensof
,in each nee to the Groom. Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he is with the
THIS i to certify that S. H. Hani of Claw- most satisfactor/
For Sale. Col
For further information apply to the subscriber. now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronizehim .
H. II. BROWN. I I not previously disposed of, will be sold on the I fold county)came to me il year 18bJ I with a Can- Piano fortes.WE in his line of business. He also tenders bis thanks restilts
IF vr () his of fourteen )eat: S standing,the chin- to various animals
Quincy FU, August SO, 1856. 85-3m first Tuesday in DECEMBER next, lit the Omt I j l.one[and salival plain's' had nil become much arc prepared t furnlfih Piano to his friends, and the public generally for the very
very
House door in-the city of Tallaha et. T'nh..t0 I diseased and his 'list litutin nearly mined., Mr. Harris y. ,. Fortes, of the Very best Duality, liberal patronage with' which he has heretofore been subject to Worms. '
Circular Saw Mill Agency. Hundied and Four Acres of! best quality OAK and had been under( the tientment of many eminent I upon the most liberal terras. favored, and be popes that a continuation tif the iamb
has the for the wile of HICKORY LAND, belonging to the estate of Dr. second to in either as will be granted him.
undersigned agency physicians and 1 them was the great Dr. Sheparci. They are none nay country The LIVE
THE Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Milks" Whitehead. Thin i* one of the best' Cotton Plantations of Cha'lcpton.among and also, tIle celebrated Dr. Marshal f to quality or price. He will constantly keep oa hand full supply of all PILLS, for

,consisting of three sizes for 42. 48 asd 52 or 64. inch in Middle Florida; about one-half cleared and of who treated) case twice without ,0 Every Instrument will warranted.. sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his the

Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, under fence the remainder in woods. removing IC'I. >cn!.. He finally went to Dr. Marshall I MILES NASH & CO. line of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron, elite of LIVER COMPLAINT -

bavin several improvements over the Page" or any The improvements consist; of a .mr"I'tnlle Dwelling as li informed me, the time, nuLl he refused : Februnry23,485. 8 Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pumps,

other Patent in use. The i-nst is about 300. 350, nnd all necessary out buildings ; n good, On'rllt- tl'It! > anything 1 mom for him. Soon after that time and a great many other articles too numerous to men- all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

I and ?450 for various sizes,according to extra carriage, ei's house, Gin House, Screw, Stables, Corn bouses, Mr. Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I j Q-iie. tion.

Ac. For further particulars apply to i and twen'y negro cabins, all framed buildings, nnd in had made, anti visited me at Griffin, as a I/ft resort. TO BUILDERS.Tin SICK HEADACHE

DANIEL LA I'D. good repair. I commenced t treating his case, and) in six weeks the I JUST received 600 OUNCES Stllpli Quinine, Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting

NewportFla, November S. ISM> 44 I Persons wishing to examine this Plantation are referred Cancer wa!all i removed, and the sore nearly healed. t 1':I'" iti'ltUd) together with a (rrnt varietyof Pipes Ac., all of which be promises to do in the most &C.Purchasers.
Ii i to Mr. Richard Saundeis, on the pIa'e. F.r This ease was seen and witneeed I by n.ore thin five pure Chemicals.} AME& LIVELY. work-man-like manner and style, and of the best ma
terms tfcc address the subset iber at Bcrzelia, Columbia 1856. terial shortest notice arid moat
reasonable
MEDICAL NOTICE. i I hundred p-r3ols. have the C/ucrr IW\ in my possession ApiilS. 1 on terms I will pleasebe
-- I i county. Ga. ,and any person can free it b) calling at my of 0 Having been engaged for the last eight years in
eli JOHN WHITEHEAD, in in OntSa. This ease was witnessed by Olive 01. business al this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend particular to ask for
Drs. Taylor&Maxw I Auj-uet S. 1656.: _ds-3l Executor, &(., fee THOMAS JONES, of Griffin. \ SUPERIOR article use. Just re himself any further to thb public as regardshis

f.Miued a co-partnership otter their ser Dr. J. D. MARTIN, ; J\ ceivedby AMES I LIVELY. capabilities as a mechanic. but at the same time be Dn C McLane's Celebrated .
HAVING the public of Tallahassee, and its i in- NEW BOOKS. E. W. WILSON, I April 5. 2856. 14 assures all that favor him with a call good work and I, -

cinity. RECEIVED per It. H. Gamble. an assort- .F. CRENSHAW, 4' cheap prices. VERMIFUGE
Tallahassee, Aug. ?, 1856.; 82 Sent copy e JUST of new publications, comprising Novels, t do certify, that myself, and many others, of this I' Flower Jara. Having removed from the old atatitl formerly known and

-- I 'I 1 ales, Travels(C. place, were eye witnesses to the above stated case, LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various Sizes as White& Slusser he will be found at his stand corner LivE PILLS '
Notice : Miss Murray's United States, an3 that Mr. Harris left perfectly well.A. j A Just received and for sale byAE of 200 foot street where he will be tlad to waiton prepared bywirma

will be made to the! The Complete Works of Welter and Calhoun, II. II\nOY. & LIVELY. all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.
that application
IS General lierebr given Assembly of the State of Florida, at its j A Child's History of the United States, Griffin, May 14, 1852. April 5, 185ft. Dec. J, J866. 48NEW :

next Session for a charter for a Rail Road, from the i Simm's Ewtaw, Mb.

Town i.f Quincy o" its vincinity, to the Georgia line The Bu-h Boys To the Afflicted jj 'f nil Cmiftllions. Hides Wanted. GOODS.!)

in the direction of B.uubridj-e, Georgia to be called I James "Old Dominion. I Jo certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha 5000 B.EEF HIDES Wanted for whicbthe TOWLE & MYERS SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts-

the tluinean,1 Baiabrulge Rail Road. The Foragers, Cancer on my upper lip, which caused me pain in highest price will be paid. Also Deer ,
Aug. 16, 1856. S3-3m I Bulwcr and Dickens in paper complete, dl' eribble. After trying the skill of the most I and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON ARE now receiving by re et burgh Pa. take
al and
Learning to talk" and Learning to think,." eminrni riij'icutns that I could hear: and that Tallahassee September 29,1856. 89 & from New York,a/uh- no
Table Talk, I .ionable and well selected stock of
Rogers"
PaUand.WinterGoods. i j without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless and, as I other there various
Ernest Linwoed. j I thought, with death staring me m the f,ceo But for- A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. Watches nnd Jewelry, as are

Subscribers are reCti'ifl; hir FALL and i Give! a call. McDOUO ALL & HOBBY. I I tniutcly f.,r me. I heard of Dr. W. R. great I RESIDENT OFFICE,TALLAHASSS, FLA. Consisting of gentlemen's. gold hunting levers, ladies other

: THE'. Goons. c<'n
ware, Groceries, Cn cU-iv.. China, Glass and WoodenWare I resort I placed myself under his eatment, and in one I Important Improvement quartier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic, Coral t and all gold
Boots and Shoes Clothing Hats, Caps, B.-n- and Sale Stable. month from the time he cotnnivucd, I was perfectly Dentistry, bosom pins and earrings, necklaces gold and jet crosses before the public, purporting -

nets, &!*.,tc. F '. sale l I.y Mr&t, *& r1"ll undersigned give* I sound, aud have been so ever since. BY which'.the face is restored to its original contour, bosom pins and lockets for hair and daguerreotypes -
G. J. iEGIS. ISS. -5 JL lice that he has no-&r ELIZABETH JINKS. and with it the loss of the teeth supplied so as ; gold and hair bracelets; a large assoitment of to be Vermifiigc

-- October 4, 1856. 40-St _'I' chased the Liver Stable I Butts County, Ga.May 27, 18.6.I to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may fine plain, diamond! ,,ruby, pearl and g met, ony and
I W illilm II JffWFom,in Tallahassee togethei with tie: I bu heel; also temporary sets inserted on cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diatnon *ins; I and Liver'Pills.. All

Southern Lottery : C>)od wiil tif the, o'tiblifehmint. and that. he is now I IIorrll Case of Cancer Cnrcd! Guttn Ptirchn sleeve buttons, plain cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a
pitpired to carry uti thejbu!inebs m all its bran'-! .->, great variety of studs, fine gold, vest, fob and guard ; others in comparison
BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY D. I Iu few hours so that having teeth ,
a removed -
ON THE persons
ar.-l promises the p-blic with g.iod accommodations II :1 chains, seals, keys, gold and liver pen and pencil ca. '
I do ; that I for afflicted i have a complete substitute immediately.
Havana Plan Lottery i in his liue on reasonable tcnn certify was many years bodily can: ses, and gold, silver and steel spectacles, gold and silver with Dr. MCLANE'S
RIChARD SAUXDERS. I wilh Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all thermnedie t Children's teeth extracted, and advice ghen to parents thimbles. arc
-- : ,I CII ul!'1 hear of i: but found no relief. I finally I I in regard to the management and treatment of the I
OOO DOLLAIIS) N. B-Jam( T. Ileiiing is my duly authorized i worthless.
10 heard of Dr. W. 1 1. MoM-lcy's great success in the I teeth rftis. All operations warranted to suit the most Fine Cutlery nod Guns. '
___ asent. :md.h-.Q entiie control of the business,
i repre
treatment tf, Cancer allections and \'J itl] him at i I fLMtiiiofl5.Vihl practice io the principal towns Dinner and breakfast knives without furks knives 0
renting mc JH fully a? if I wa personally present. !
Only 15000 Numbers. j RICHARD SA'r.XDEKS.Sq ; Oiiiiin, alI! ii. the conre of six weeksl.eh.td the Cant ; throughout the State. References: the Faculty of and forks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge

-, ). C. 186. :SO t t Cer al rem"I' I would advice all that are afflicted i the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who cutlery, shears, scissors and razors j fite double '
JASPERCOUNTYACADEMYLOTTERY. ,; .- i Ji'tse, to visit him and have their health ': lie is daily operating for. barrelled laminated steel and itdb twist guns, common i and Liver

Dissolution of CoPartnership.r 1: re!toied. He is. beyond ni kind of doubt, the must I April 2"6, 1856. 17 guns, shot pouches of various patterns, flue and I .

|i j skilful Cancer doctor in outhr States. common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps and Pills can now be had at
E partnership heretofoie ezi.ting1etwsemiJolin I Cherokee Co..OR.! EMANUEL DOMINGAS. Town Property for Sale. wads, wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths.

or THE STATE OF GEOKGIi.j] i Bioome an I Robert Heir in the weighing, storage ] RFKFHKNCES-Dr.J. D. Martin Grifn. Ga.;. Dr. J. Sliver and Plated Ware. ail
[:BY' AUTHORITY and selling cotton business i N this ,lay'-fh'.r.l\"Cd Y. Harris "MIE undersigned offers at private sale, the followL respectable Drug
}
l lkct. county, ; Bishop$ described known the Jrn vis Lots Silver table desert and .
bv mutual conAt BROOME HEIR. I GVffii. lug property. as tea spoons, silver forks, soup
CLASS S. i iTpO : August 11, 18 6. 33 j .a viz: Lots NOB. 3. ?6. 27 80. 48, 140. HI, 142. 143, and cream ladles, butter and pickle knives, ptated: I Stores.

Concert Hall | 144, 22 227. 235. 239,240 241, 242, 243, 244. 245, forks and spoons, waiters, castors, cake and fruit baskets 0
drawn November 15th, 1S56. at ;,
JL be under the supeiintcndence of New { Scil'rhils ttroum ciftn be Cured. 218, 246, 250, 252, 253. 254, 256. 257, 258, 268, all electro plated tea sets, and communion service, FLEMING-' BRO'S,
}Macon G3. sworn Co-Partnership. | LET THE PUBLIC READ 1 II in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. butter, sugar, and cream dishes chamber and parlor 60 PirrsBuiaa
and Jas. A. Nit-bet WOOD ST. PA.
Cut G o.M. Logan, Eq.VP ; ROHERT HEIR! AND JOHN P. COLE)Im\"e this Is mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high I -ALSO- candlesticks, salt cellars, boqoet holders, card and 9 ,

SCaED E. .l a pattnefehip: in tIle l>u!iwis rf I opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeon flower baskets, and brittannia ware.Millcellaneou8 Solo Proprietor*
LoU Nos. 6, 7 in .
1,2,3,4i, County
: 1 Frize of....... .. .. .. . 15,000 ]; weighing storage and selling cotton,and also to make-i and IMnsician, I deem it my duty mention the case I qr.A Articles. SCO VILA MEAD,

1.' .... .... .. .. .. ... .. 5.000 I liberal aJaxiceon ({Ilbn i-eut to their. care. I of my wife, hoping at the same time that all persons I L S 0- Ladies i ieticole satchels work boxes pearl,Berlin No. 111. charters It.Ntv OrINme

1.' .......... .. . ...*. *>'.t"ii It : HEIR COLES.. similarly afflicted may bo benefitted by it Iu the :' Lots X"'!. 4. 12, 13. 15, 16, 22, 25. 39, 40, 48, 61. iron, and morocco port monaies, pearl card cases coral General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, W
: Angust, 185o. 33 first of wife had seveial 62 in the South i
... arc..4 J.OOO500are part tl.year my i.mahhiumps County quarter.
- 'i" .. ?1.000 beads coral nf'eklacel'IInd armlets jet bracelets, whom all order most be addressed. _
- 5" ... .. ... ( ) ; --- to make appearance in her breast; they continued ; The above described property formerly belonged necklaces, and bosom pins napkin rings hair and toothbrushes I Sold by Ames & Lively, E.,Barnard Jr. HUM
size until the whole breast became to Gov. Brown. For further information and l
increase terms
- -. 80 ... ... 100 are..O><>" Valuable Plantation for i to in 0 .bat revives, shell buffalo, india robber and Nash A Co, TallabaMeo; l1a.; J. S. M. DBTIMO
Pure 2.000 : a diseased mass, and very paiuful I procured the I j which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq. .
of
f 100 china
Approximations are Sale. t S ivory combs and wax dolls razor strops and Quincy; Gardner Mills Newport; W. T. OarpM-
bent medical aid inthe city and notwithstanding Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. '
50 50 we .i\O : money belts cigar case, feather dnsii-rs pallor and ter& Co. Waukeenah; !oaelj and faithful CHARLES P. MANNING.
attention of the
50 20 are 1.000' ) 1 THE Plantati'in known as Cotton Land, belonging: I the earnest most I door bells, bohemi u glass and china vases and has Palmer & Bro. llonticello Puleeten.. MootiecUo;
'- --- .. the e tate of the late J hn W. Cutten.eituated i skilful phyaiciaLS, she continued to grow worse and Until sold, the above property will be for rent. kets, terra cotta vases and pitchers perfume bottles, W. Rogers & Co, ChattAboochee; BaltxcU k Wi .

1,712 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $102.000 i ten miles Xm th Ea t (If Tallahassee, i is fi.r sale. The 0 worse, until they gave the case advised up OH iucurable, and I A. PERRY AMAKER. jewel cases, centre suspension and sid. lamps,lampshades on, Marianna; Nicholson& Zeigler, Bambridge,G.;
I 7-tf
of 16 1856.
Tickets 810-Halves 8.1 Quarters SZ. O. I tract which 'cleared. On the premi.-es arc n<;roe cabins : DR I ---- banjos, tambourines accordeons clarionets, flutes and Ga.
Prizes Payable without Dcfluctiou. gin house and screw, anJ other usual plantationImprovements : which I did, nsloniabing as it may seem, he hud CodLiver Oil. fifes guitar and violin strings fine cologne and other February 23, 1866. 8-ly

Persons sending money bv mail need not fear it* ail in good repair. There is an abimdiuce I hfr eJItirl'cured/ iti'Jtut one month and she i.. now PURE of the celebrated "Brands" He perfumery, and a general asortment of Toys. .

0 being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Conmuiuications i I of good water on the place. For terms of said in ynmi Itt I I I would nlh'ide1 who are afflic'ed FRESH Clark i Co, & Ruahton's.For I Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the Blacksmithing.'TMIE .

couSdential. Bai'k notes of sound banks I or oilier information apply to the iMitecribcr in Talla- J with Scrlan,] Cale'rOl -! !, to visit tie i i ale b v AMES LIVELY i ii best manner Undersigned harefonntd

taken at par. hassce. 1". It CO FTEX, Ext'r. ) that 'lie i It the
observation, physicianin
Those wishing particular nutobeis should order im Aug. SO. 1856.' 35 I 1, of the Black
mediately. I the ou\hlr tatei,1 the treatment of that horrible 1 i-Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. I Insolvent Estate Notice. smithing Business pose in all carrying iUTanoua on brtncb .P rtk-
Address JAMES F. WINTER, FRESH GARDEN SEED' I disease-Cancer. i
ular attention ia to and Work
j WILLIAM II. MITCHELL I A A OF the most approved LANIER CORN given Carriage Spring ,
,
Manager ilacou. Georgia. ; GROWTH OF 1S55. V illTCIILLL, : IUU MILLS for sale bv the Subscriber. These State of Florida, )l and to laying Axles of all kind Vehicle. Tb

Oct 18.1856. 42TaxCollector's I Jiaga Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, Lc I: vf E\\.HiadliUiytRomt\\ : Ga. Mills have beeu for some time in use through this re County of Leon. fALL shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of T.B.Bra-.

Sale. RUT received, i Rome, Dlf'tttr., :5. loGl. 0 pion and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect sat persons having claims against the Estate of kaw, and s attention given to hon ->hoeiogFarmicir /-
AMES 4 LIVELY. .- i faction,grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise Jinkins, late of Leon county, deceased, implements of every description done to or

,' "TT7"ILL be sold before tbe kCourt Hou.e d K lr. in !( January 5. 1P5
V T the town of Levyville, jn tbo first Monday in 'i i C.RD to it. The maker furnishes a band to put it up; Probate, ot Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee .::. .

January next, the folio*'ing land to wit: the S W t Tax Collector's Sale. ALT. prom : .l'.iru! themselves and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call on or before the first Monday in December next Jan. 12. 1868. 2-ly.
levied of ( : : sltviels. will find him at and examine thetn at D.LADD'S. for
of section 18 11. 14. I.nLEY'f
township range upon as I Dt: payment pro-rata.
GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
TV viitue of the authority ill me veetul by law. I
the property of Charles' Byrnes and sold to satisfy JD will expo-e f.r sale nt the town of H.idlcJsvillt., : his I NF'J. UWADW ,GRIFFIN.OEORGIA. I April 21,1865. 16 D. W. OWTNN,
and Rind tax. Terms cash. : I -0-
the State, County Judge of Probate.
JOSEPH F. PREVATT, t in the county of Liberty, within legal hours' on the i Patients boarded at ?>l per d-. or "-16 ,,.r month. Notice. May 24, 18f 6. 21 DR. T. J. CUR LEE
first Monday in February 1 857, all) the lan-'s iu said ,
FEES in to be L ftre undertaken.
agreed -
Oct. 23 43 SlffTand ex officio Titx-Colleclor. I : nl easee; upon < .'.
II county, known us Forbes Purchams" assessed as the i ease will be received into this establishment I I'LL persons having demands against the estate of Practicing Dintlit,

I propertY of the Trustees of the Apalachicola Land nnlcM it is believed; on examination, that it can : .L\ David Woolf. late Jefferson county,deceased, Notice.SIX and MONTICELLO

Ranaway Cc-inpauy, or to much thereof may be suflicicut to I be cured, or admit .I>f relief. All eases rejected willinvariably ; will take notice that Ihey must present them to theuniIersined months after date, I will accounts IN THOMASVILLE, QA,
present my MADISON, FLA and their respective and
the State and County Taxes :&asesed thcn\m for .
pay be for authenticated within
N the 20th September a negro man called SIMON the 1856 with the costs and : charged : ( utvicC' duly the time prescribe vouchers as Admimutrator, on the estate of adjacent counties. He inserts any number of Artfl-
together
O year t-xijeusts All k-tteis entitle them notice must law. this notice will b in bar
'II e or plead of
or SIMON HENRY, black ab>ut five of sale. WM G. RODISOX, t by Hugh O. McLean to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of ;ial Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett oa the West
feet ten inches high has a down look when spoken to, Tax Collector Co. a "etanip" for the payment of postage and be diiec- I their recovery ; and all persons indebted to said estate Probate, for Qadsden, County for a final settlement, improved principle giving them that beautiful,lifelike

scar from one eye across his nose, aud nose inasbed.bear i Oct. 18, '56. 42Notice. Liberty ted to W. I MOSELEY, M. D., i are hereby notified to make immediate payment to .and apply for a discharge therefrom. appearance which approathes Nature nearly
the WM. II.
across his right arm just above the list joint. I I Grfn Georgia. I undesigned. ANDREWS. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Admt'r. aa to challenge detection by the dooeat observer.
will pay f 25 Cur his delivery at borne or ;in any safe j February 23, 185C. I Sh'iT.and Admr't ex officio. July 28, I860. 28-6m Persons needing Dental fcperatkxis on their NATURAL

place n here I can get him. PHILIP DELL. I Monticello, Sept. 27, 1856. 39-8w Teeth. and -wish him to perform them can bj

Newnans'PJc, Oct. 25. If.5G-tf 43 ALL persons having claims o &in't the estate of MILES NASH &. CO. Wines, Syfnps, &c. applying soon,have them done at thefolloirmgprieM
I 1L Ryan, deceased, late of Leon county, Notice. which will be found to be HUGH lower thinbas ever
in Medicines 6tc.JUST Otard Cider
Dealers
Drugs, Brandy, Sparkling ,
are notified to present them, properly authenticated, demands the OLD been offered in this section before, to-wit:
persons having against estate of Old country
Public. Port Juice
To the Port
: ; to the undersigned administratrix! within the time required received from New York per bark R.II. Gam ALL. Chavni, late of Liberty county Florida, Madeira Cherries, For filling teeth with Gold Foil $1 00,fl 50, t2 00

I LASH, upholsterer and Matrass manu : by law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of n general assortment of articles in our line, deceased, are hereby notified to present them duly Sherry, Sardines Brandy and $2 60, varying according to sjxe of cavity and
DAVID ,
from the Blind Assylurn, New York their rccoveiy, and all those indebted arc requestedto such as Oils of almoit every kind Burning Fluid, authenticated to the administratrix within the time Gelatine Preserved amount material med; Extract& teeth,in'ornca,

respectfully tenders his thanks for past favors amiBOl'e1's make payment immediately. White lea Zinc and other j paints, Window Glass of prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar Sparkling II Quinces, only.60 cents-out of offictf. $1.
Flavoring Extracts
Pear _
SUSANNAH RYAN, Adrnt'x.Oct3br best Putty Brushes, Potash, Soda, SparklingGelatinLondon W% S UuLL
; a continuance of patronage, which he will endeavor qualify I against them; and all persons indebted to the said Yeast Powders Tamarinds ma raicx tor a run- --- scu 01 iceui vu
,
to merit. He baa on hand all kinds or Mat 18 'C6. 42-8w Mustard, French Brandy (ver best,) estate will please make immediate payment. PLAn (with CONTINUOUS-GUMS if necessary,)I.only k

rasses, and will manufacture to order Spring Matras for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Syrup, ELIZABETH CHASON, Admt'x. SparS Olives Pickles Spices.CornUtarch |6 per tooth mind ptTfttt satisfaction guaranteed
,
in Lis line. Residence the Removal of Indians. Inks,Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Bucbu, *
in
instance.
sea, or any thing on comer: tpt. 2'1, 1856. 89 Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil every
tc.., tfcc., aud a general ussortment-of Popular Patent
East of tbe Postoffice.Tallahassee authorized Those desiring bin services in any portion of the
War having Mustard
Department a per English Capers
; October 4, 1856. 40 'l'HE reward fur living Indian-, who may be Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Notice.ALL Claret, Cocoa above named counties, cr any other section of country
in for hop to merit your patronage.MILES can upon application by letter to either of .tbe above
captured or induced to come emigration, preini- NASH & CO. persons interested. are hereby notified that AMES Notice. for hostile Indians delivered to the named Post Offices,or othArwwe recent-prompt attention.
.. urns Commanding March 29 1850. 18 undersigned, administratrix of the estateof January 6, 186ft. .
persons having demands agalnut the e taU*f Officeis at Fort Brooke Fort Myer, Fort. Cupron or Wm. L. Forehand deceased, will apply to the .

p, ALL \V. Riysor, late Jefferson county deceased Fort Dallas South Florida will be paid by tbe under- Corn and Cob Crusher. Hon. J. Wayles Baker, Jndge of the Circuit Court of Bonnets BOnD &.I'I.O&U

will take notice that they must present them signed, at the following rates: tbe Middle Circuit of Florida, at his office in Tallahassee LADIES colored straw Bonnets JITDOX Cow,Matto, Georgia.
to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time For each warrior living . .. .$2f 0 to $500 (-1 RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher I on Monday, the first day of December next for colored stf aw trimmed Beuneta How.J. L. ,SXWAUV)

: prescribed by law. or thi notice will be plead in bar womau 150 to 800, \JT have taken the Agency for tbe sale of these superior authority to sell the following real estate, situated in plain N Juno LOTK ).ThOnW1.,0 flft

of(heir recovery, and nil persons indebted to said ea- boy over ten years living. 100 to 2UO. Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in the Countv of Leon and State of Florida, to wit: cc black M J.S. Wnnr :Eao, )
,
: tale are hereby notified to make immediate payment The highest rates for all but the iufnn and helplessand the Co ntry. A t"ck of these Crushers, will bo on East half of the Southwest quarter of section six ; white satin and silk \- W. S. DrtvromTH,Es< ,

.; to me. ALFRED RAYSOR. Ext'r. for these not lees than above. hand caily this. coming Fall. Prices vry low, considering Northeast Quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section H black"' (extra size) M O. 0.7m;'Esq... |. "J I '
October. '56. 4'-8w JOHN C. CASEY, Captain U. S. A. great saving in feed. $45 $55 $65 each seven; Southwest quarter of the Southeast quartet of Children and Misses straw Messrs.W.d J.Bvnn fCoL JloaWeeCe.711.
E 1
Fort Brooke. Fla Oct. 1 f. 56. 42imMaster' U 44 *
Hats
for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. Section six ; Southwest quarter of the Southwest E. E. BLACXBOVJ

: Notice. For further particulars, call and examine for yourselvesso quarter of Section six; and the Northwest'quarter of For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. January 12, 1866..A.m09. STALLAHASSEE .
a Sale. soon as a stock for a sample arrives. the Northeast quarter Section seven ; afl m Town- October 13, 1855. 41 ;

months after date, I shall present my final ac D. LADD. I ship 1, Range 1, North and West. .
SIX virtue of a decree cf the Cireut Court of the 'dJ.xa.ve13'
: and vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate BY Court for Leon county, rendered in a certain Newport, July 1 181. 27 The property of the minor and adult heirs of laid Circular & Upright Saws. FLORIDA;.
of Gadsden foun;v, as executor of Richard Carnocban, SARAH FOREHAND
estate. Adm'x.
wherein Caraway Smith Trustee, and & CO, and Welch t' 'late of Charleston' So. Ca., deceased and ask for a others cause are Complainants, ,and James T.Archer and others Administrators Notice. Nov. 1, 1866. 1m 44Administrator's HOE, 46, 48 and 62 inch sizes, on hand and for Wholesale and Retail.' D41z* .
t
diunbsion from administration of faid estate.JAMES .
f '.. my are defendants, I will offer for sale on Monday sale by D. LADD m DRUGS AID MZDICTJ B- :
E. BETTNER. the first of December next at tbe Court House monihs afterdate I tlll present my accounts New Port, Nov.8,1 856. 44 : .
day
SIX
T'. October 18, 56. 42 Notice. tu F 8 urg4ceI Ivki8F "
: door in Tallahassee, at the usual boar, the following; vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Perfumery, Dye ,
described lots situated iu the city of Tallahassee, viz: Leo County, as tbe administrator of the estate of R. SIX weeks after date I will apply to the Hen. Burning Fluid Snuff!, Wipdowa G1acePs.
India Rubber S. deceased and for final of Probate of Leon for letters of Oils Vanishes PutandOlasaWsire. Maonfaetnred
: Packing. LoU No. 59, 60, 61 and 62, in the original plan of Hayward. asa: a dischargefrom county. .
said said administration. administration upon the estate of John W.Townsend a superior Quality, Just received and forsale Pat.ntMsse1se*,
I NDTA. Rubber Paeldng, of all thicknesses from 3- city. THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r. deceased, late of Leon OF by AMES & LIVELY. Fine &,FiDe Tooth- pBrtWiDtt d-u1.s
TERMS third cash, and the balance in one and
one
inch kand at D. LADD. county.L.
16 to i constantly on
and Hair Bruabea : brMedieisaIpvrucses
; 4. two years t titles to be retained until the payment of _July_ 26, 1859. 306tnCharleston M. WHITE. May 81, 1856. 22 t.'
N.wportOct.18lS56. FaaeyArScUs
the last instalment. C. IL AUSTIN, Nov. 1, 1856. 6w44Executor's Paint Brushes
Master in So. Ca. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT Garden Seeds Fb Banna 8 pzs.

Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth OctlS '58. 42-30d Chancery Notice. NEWPORT. They have recently r e1Ted a Xorjw:nut 7rukslip,1
'
WM. M. LAWTON & CO. ,of every Tariity 01'ardc1eJ ss1ka If
Rugs. mouths after date I will present to the Hon. '['HE undersigned still carries on the above business druggists. Planters aDd Piyskiasat rit..JW
The Union Bank of Florida, SIX
FINE LOT BrneselItwo and three Ply Wool vs. )( Leon Circuit. Court- SEA ISLAND COTTON FACTORS. Court of Gadsden county, my account JL i ia all its branches. Buildings. wall calculated for ibis estaUjibument a. cept'Y7tu( 115

A Carpeting. Also a few pieces Wool and Cotton P. Allison and} In and vouchers aa executor of the estnte of John W. despatching wagons. D. LADD ded.'nd"'tIIo I.JilWa I.
do., and fine Hearth Rugs and Dnigget for eale right Smalwo J Chancery. .e S.. Maloue, deceased and at the same time apply for! a Newport, Sfptember.2.UU." S5Hbtipe. Ordm .

.: at ,* D. LAD!). olher appearing to the by affidavit made in this WM. M. LAWTOX. R. W AJKIUGH BACOT, final diwbaige from the further adnifatoratinn of lAid ti -.a.
.
:;" Oct 18 1656., 42 IT Cut JOSEPH T. WIVBOUN LAWTON, Ja.Sept estate.' THOMAS MUNROE. '
Newport: that the clef n Smallwood DILL &Jr. I. =
:!! abn lant October .
e Quiney 11,1856. 4l-6m
13, .874mnAdministratr'g ,iC'
-
:- P. resides of the State 0 and in 185. SIX weeks after the first;pabHcatioo of this notice. A : "! --It. oJ

t c ghoea, Kcrceys, Linseys and Blan- tbe United States- u cdered&ad decreed that the will apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon .. .4-, ,
,. kets. said Smallwood P. AUidb; do appear an plea o Notic; ;Executor's Notice. 0 county for letter of administration on the estate. of :_0---_ t- -'' _" : --

aniwe the bill.of 'ooaJpttftubt;filed Ricrmrd Regan.,. late of,LOQ county deceased. TUt 1'
i-14 AA.YAflDSicLedJeruyI and Ga 'within four:'month* from- date of the cle IX months Afterdate,!I will-:exhibit toy CUt THE'undersigned Execnlor, of rfhe last will and 0 KaORISSETT. I -\.

.jof ttiUjprtavor; thesal4, ofootnplal'ubioo S vid vouchers to the Judge of. 'Probate G. & of N., N.:. Branch. deceased, 'Utr of Oct./lhcr.l1. ISfta.41-fl*': i ; ; iii.\t
-
,)i ft4 Y opl d Gotten and Wad Liow. j', .t.bnlo confessed i-tfttosl'tlm. And His further dencoantyisssdznithstrstorI IB r.,of cay wi'o Ltoq! county bofebr pi vet notice' to all l! pewtnw, b.viuj 0. --,. ,' 0--. 11 I I"T L- 0 WT..r.r. .' 'I
.1.000 Y\atra grfyre _-.ftif 'whtR! Blanket&,,. tfafe ptfc 1x'pnbJUbed ,ocaweekIpsn.r.prIatdiDbineefor tbe estate or.oa; 1t d. demand'aII iot said estate to present them, pfc>rWly ; .
.1 ..i, : ) of ,, ) ety notjmttotwd("within tb. tint prescribed. 'by, law, ':. .. IR..Il.) ff, :GARDNER' ; ; Ui.'

rbMgn..j. n.. four int)*. ', 1 fbarn fr Uu aoministratto afsdd ofatte, .. :or OfeBOtieewill'be'pleaded In bar of&bear recovery' OFFERS hl.'professional. .services to.the citizen. '. .tn JD: .U'

.. .* _&' ...Io" 1 q uant. .1"l ,b"t* .. Raud.opea Omiri this .M:9af.183e.: : : LEWl8D.-JONE-4.. *'t i ltd tQ tbow iadebte sts, rwrn* td te ?teake' pajrueol < t'" nrvil*aw}-wrwodbg. tt74 Oe "..RldJ.J ..
.. > J. WAYLSBAKWl Jnd 1f of, liii f ; JOHslJ.: *AOHstr. 041OeOrll.tU8. .at OenUf.lru| .v 0 -
; 0 rl.' 'w" 4l- "$ 14 'JIi-I. lItt.-. '.' > ? it
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