The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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_'& IliS8AGE., rank and file, about two hundred and sixty men, were all mock.and adjacent placesrand] were then desired 'for Col.; !Southern fsisfcrs ;' a:Statoin: ,which 'bo'e1tltkrtbE(1. ; atio
..,, the force: that description, that I was advised tho Government Monroe, commanding United States forces in Florida, to ,his own ooiuity tp ,.timid) his, hipprog d.p ot('arm' brts :
Exxcu rr E DEPARTMENT; .) designed using, for frontier protection.. This, to aid.in filling a requisition,. then'daily expected, of which Tbestcauvcar,;steamboat: or thosalfingj'ttMsel'' nlltfiait
TAI.LAIIASSE ,:November,. 1S5C. ) my mind, was quite insufficient for the reasonable protection advices from the War Department had been received. ,A. everpcaanty.: : ,The salubrity of -our Climate rawT fertility.
FellotoG''tizerls of the &nate,and of the country, to say nothing of fnrnising pursuing portion of these were recruited, but it was found difficult to of our soil will become 'familiar.to. 'M&is&lL. ** a-1.
House of Representative*: partieS'When the Indians'should make their appearance in raise full companies, and as the commanding required Immigration'will increase in' R;ratio'hitherto-;\i iJ'. led',
It gives me pleasure welcome yon, as the people's representatives the settlement 1 therefore determined to retain in the such, they were discharged at the completion :of the in our.- State. Our rich lands will be'red>dedf. b'tUt1J,:-
to the seat 'of government, and to congratulate ; service of the State, the Companies of Captains F. M. Dur- special service for which they were enlisted. This whole tion. Our,forests, now vllnelcsswilf' &Bwd! '!-onr cijtotB l b/
you upon the general health and prosperity' of our rance, L. G. Lesley, William IL. Kendrick, and Abner special service terminated in September, and the Companies contributing.1Hkr.llly of naval stores and tiriibe&ex. -
common constituency.t n Johnson, and afterwards added a detachment under Lieutenant were generally discharged on the 30th day. of .that treme South; wow inhabited iby the red D:' tn ottlJ&fOiest? : ,
The Constitution makes'it the tlnty of" the Executive to John Addison, making, rank and fife, about four month. will 'be occupied by an.industrious and JVtigl"J opitei9n:.
"4 give tbe General Assembly information of the state of hundred men. These troops have been employed, partlyon At the expiration of six months from the respective dates The cultivation of tropical fruits,:will raise Ijji'tf': j+!ieW in i ;".
'the government and recommend to their consideration the frontier, and partly in the Indian country. Detachments of mustering tho three mounted companies, and one infantry tcrest and'.add to our 'lista_' leading, ,arirdfK&' exK>rt. a
gnch,measures as he may deem expC' ient." In discharge have, on three several occasions, overtaken and detachment oT volunteers, into the service of tire Every section will.develope' increased' -capacity'ful' pfodnc-:
.- of this duty, I beg leave to invite your attention to the :ibught the enemy, once recovering a large amount of prop United States, and the four.companics and one detachmentof tion, and every: interest and cvcr r'citizen wjJl.1 :sl..stern. the
accompanying erty, (of which they had robbed one of our best- citizens,) mounted volunteers into the service of the State,.they general prosperity. "- ) .
OFFICIAL KEPORTS. and killing, as was supposed, from four to seven Indians. were all regularly mustered out. The second requisition That the system of roads destined,. to Confer 'these unU
of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, the This: was effected under Lieutenant John Addison, without from Col. Monroe, for three companies supply, the placesof other benefits ujion us will completed) at afr e arTy-day, I '
The reports the llegister of Public Lands, the Attorney lOSS. Tho other two engagements were by small detach those mustered out, was filled by companies organizedand entertain no doubt. Tile':act inaugurating tLel88teuifhas' ..
Treasurer: and, State Engineer, will respectively furnish theGeneral ments from the companies of Captains F. M. Dnrrance, commanded by Capts. S. Sparkman, L. G., Lesley been on, our statute book less than two years.' Worlznn-
General Assembly information on the several interests L. G. Lesley and W. 13.Hooker, and were the most gallantly and Robert Bullock. The companies mustered out of the dcr its provisions commenced with energy; a little oVertme
contested actions that have probably ever occurred in service of the State were promptly supplied by others year since. The Tallahassee road, connecting:tile Capital
committed by law to their care. The rccomincnitition b
lull subjects of the Comptroller on the subject of amendments Florida. The Indians having the advantage in point of commanded by Capts. F. M. Durrance, II. Kendrick with the Gulf at St. Marks, has been! complete*!,:eq'umped
laws for the better security of the reve- numbers, appeared determined to destroy their pursuers, Abner Johnson and E. T. Kendrick. The detachment and is in daily use, at largo profits. Iron*for.fifty miles of
\ t f existing and such was the desperation with which they fought, that commanded by Lieutenant Addison was ordered to be sub the :Florida Road has been_ purchased, and is .cni41 all t
State and the more economical administrationof
nue ot the one contest was decided by a resort to pocket knives, in stituted by a full company, the organization of which has within ,the jurisdiction of the State. Nearly fifty miles of "
justice in criminal favorable prosecutions consideration.The respcctfully. commended which an Indian was killed by having his throat cut. In not yet been reported to me. that road have been graded, ten miles finished, )'aiuPthe
to your Public these three engagements it is supposed that over twenty The great distance at which I was located from the scat line, through from Fcrnaudiua to CedarKey: .under contract -
the office of of
law organizing Register Indians were killed, and n number wounded, and so thoroughly of war, the necessity for economising the limited means at- -parties of capital and character,- and wilf' be *, '
r Lands, I rcspectfnlly suggest!? ,"is defective. The Register were they chastised, that although more than five my disposal, antI the difficulty of communicating my instructions pressed forward with energy. The Central, Atlaniic\rahd; "
z sells the laud, receives the money and notes, collects the months have elapsed, they have not, as I have been advised, with the mails virtually suspended for a por- Gulf Road has been located from Ja Ks nyjne'to'.A.utga- t
credit instalments and executes the titles, pays over the ventured an engagement, or even an attack upon the Iron- tion of the time, made it in my judgment proper toappoiut tor, distance of sixty miles, and the gn&ing1 i. .and'timber-' .
money to the Treasurer, without any description of thc tiers. In these last two engagements we lost in killed, a special and confidential agent, near the scat of war, to ing placed under contract to reliable'men.: NcnHj tVe nty
land being; made in that office. The Treasurer, in turn, Lieut's. Carleton and Whiddon, and William Parker, some discharge all sucll duties, whether civil or military, as miles of this line, I am informed, have beer, grad a ji'nd a
delivers the money to tho Comptroller, who is the party of the most gallant spirits of our little army ; and while might be devolved upon him by N Executive authority. I large number of the cross ties procured. 'TlieTcnsacola '
authorized by law to invest it. The Comptroller, Treasurer all did their duty nobly, and arc entitled to the- jfpratitude therefore, on the 4th of February last, appointed as such and Georgia Road has been, located from'Tallahassee to
and Register arc each: a check upon the other, and of the whole State, the memories of those who perished .agent, Gen. Jesse Carter, of Tampa, who has, since that to Alligator, a distance of one hundred -and] seven miles, ;
may detect any mistake made after the money has should be embalmed in every heart. For a more detailed date, been laboriously-engaged in duties connected with the grading nearly all placed] ( under contract to 'planters t
reached thc'reasury ; but there is no check provided 'by account of these gallant actions, I respectfully refer to the the present Indian disturbances. His: reports, letters and and others, who have the ability to complete tire work' with
detected in the office short
which errorsmay be Register's Report of Capt. F. M. Durrance, herewith communicated.When abstracts arc on file, copies of which will be furnished to promptness. This line from Tallahassee westward has
I recommend that the law
of an:elaborate examination. tho Indian, outbreak occurred, the money markets the General Assembly if desired. A copy of the letter of been surveyed as far as tho Apalachicola river, itnd"wtlj 1
be so amended as to make the Register the salesman. His of the world were in such a condition as to forbid even the his appointment, and such general instructions as have probably be located definitely' at an early 'day ;.Tfieae
certificate of sale the purchaser should take to the Treasn hope of negotiating a dollar upon the terms to which I was been issued to him, in relation to the service, arc herewith show that since the passage or the Internal Improvement I
rer, who should :file] it carefully, enter it upon !his books limited by the act of January 12, 1S53. The impossibilityof communicated. lIe is now, in company with portion! of Bill, about three hundred and seventy-live miles'of road!
and receive the money, bonds, &c., in payment.When procuring subsistence and forage, except to a limited extent the State troops, on an extended expedition into the Indian have been surveyed, three hundred and; thirty'five miles
the payment is completed, the Treasurer should so certify forbid my calling into the service of the State such a country, a report of which and its results I hope to be located, three hundred of which have been placed under
to the Comptroller who should execute and deliver the force as' would have protected the frontier and promptly able to communicate to the General Assembly at an early contract. Of this about one hundred! miles have"been '
title. Tfcls would make each office a check upon the other, captured or humbled the enemy. Under these circumstances day.Should graded,. of which more than thirty miles have: been finished -
and furnish 'a ready means. i of correcting errors should they X was compelled to limit ,.ihe,.force.to.four companies the United States call for no additional mounted and in daily us6. vTt is believed, also, that. an #
occur. -' and-a detachment. These I provided for temporarilyby volunteer force, for the present campaign, and make no amount of capital, sufficient to pay for grading and timbering -
A report from the Trustees of Internal ImprovementFund .using the contingent fund, and borrowing ,the small other provision for cavalry, it will in my judgment be Unsafe all roads that }have been definitely locatedlias, been
will be presented to the General Assembly at an balance remaining uninvested of the School and Seminary to discharge any part of the mounted force now em- secured, and it can hardly be doubted that the bonds of
early day. The law organizing that trust does not'provide funds. Having made this temporary provision, I proceeded ployed by the State. the companies, guaranteed as provided in the general bill,
for-such report, but the propriety its submission is so to Washington City, with the hope of inducing the It will be seen by a correspondence herewith communi. will purchase the iron and equipments, so that, at *least
manifest that I shall take pleasure) in communicating it as War Department to accept the services of a Brigade of coted, between the Post Office and War Departments and three hundred and thirty-five miles of the system maybe
soon as received. Volunteers, or at all events, receive the companies retainedby one of our Senators, that the provision for mounted forceon considered secured. This will connect Fernandinaland:
INDIAN nOSTrLTTTES. the State. I did not, however, succeed in cither, but received the part of the Government was so limited, that the Jacksonville with Cedar Key and St. Marks,aud large.rho ."
On the'12th day of January, 1853, the General Assem- assurances of the determination of the Governmentto mails between Palatka and Tampa were virtually suspended work necessary to secure the connection with Ta Jph:$ Y.,
bly passed an act entitled An act to provide for the final remove the Indians by force, and to use such an amount for the want of protection. On being advised of this St. Andrews "and Pensacola still to be one.' 'Itymaj, I '
removal of. the Indians from this State, and for other pur- of force for that purpose as could be profitably employed.The state of things, I ordered Gen. Carter, the State's special think, be easily shown that the importance'of -these:connections t
poses." correspondence upon this point with the War Department agent: to confer with the Colonel in command, on this subject to the full success of the system will force"their
The first .section of that act makes it unlawful for any is ]herewith communicated for the information of the and if he was unable to give the necessary protection, completion at an early day. 2 : : _r I
Indian to remain in this State. General Assembly.That to furnish it from the forces in the service of the State. Tampa Bay is exactly on the most direct' line of ,travel
The second section requires the Governor to raise a the Secretary of War did honestly determine to ro- My order in reference to the matter is herewith communi- and commerce between the Atlantic cities" of the.. .United i \
Brigade composed of one Regiment of Mounted Volunteers move the Indians I entertain no doubt, but that he made a cated. '9 States, and the Island of Cuba. In aaditteln'to' : this,,the l ,i
*nfl one Regiment of Infantry, of.not more than one mistake in reference to the kind and extent of force necessary No provision having been made by the Government of road from :Fcnumdina to Tampa must be* an' j important part '
thousand men each. -' .for that purpose, is now manifest. The purpose of removalis the United States to pay or subsist:: our State forces, it becomes of the great line from New York to Sad Francisco byway ... I,
The 5th section provides, that the Governor, shall tendersaid however, prominently preserved, and recently a general the imperative duty of the State Government to do of tho Honduras Railroad ; thus making Tarapa .Hay'the w "
Brigade to the Federal Government, for the removal officer of great skill and success in such warfare, has been so. The amount which will be due err the 20th of February Gulf Depot for a great and growing cymmerco from these }; ,
of the Indians. ordered to the command with increased forces. To what next, should no change iu our present force bo made, points. The acquisition of the Islandpf!: Cuba, a circum-
Tho sixth section makes it the duty of the Governor, in extent he'may estimate for a mounted volunteer force, I will be, (including pay, subsistence, forage, transportation, stance which must in the nature of things Occur t,no dis ':
the event of the.Federal.Government's: refusing to accept am not :yet advised. That he will find the war interminable incidental expenses, and the loan negotiated in Charleston,) tant day, will disembarrass our commerce with her and t
the services of said Brigade, forthwith to secure the frontier without a mounted force, there Is too much reason to according to uiy estimate, about two hundred and twenty- make her one of our richest and most profitable customers.
settlers and employ the Brigade: In capturing the In- fear. I have, however, great confidence in his capacityfor five thousand dollars, and for each six months' service beyond Eveiy road in our system, and every city Land town.that f .
dians, &c. such service. that period, should the necessity unfortunately con- will be built up by them, will be interested: in 'concentrating l "
failed what I desired tinue to exist, a provision of one hundred and ten thoesand these streams of travel ;
The seventh. ,section: appropriates five hundred thousand Having to effect Washington, great and commerce upon T> Ul- i ,
dollars for,: 'the.'expenses of the 'war, and authorizes the and having determined to ,continue in the service of the dollars should be made. pa, because all will sharein: the benefit, and 'without/the 1
Governor to.borrow: the money .at six per cent. interest.The State such a mounted force as was deemed sufficient to With these explanations! and suggestions, this embarrassing completion of that line, it is not probable) that tha'businessoonld : > i
ninth section authorizes the ;Comptroller to audit give.'reasonable protection to the frontier, found myself question is submitted to the General Assembly, with .be fully controlled for our State. There'i$'from'these i
the accounts_ and issue warrants upon the Treasury for compelled to negotiate for money on terms not authorized the assurance that I shall cheerfully and heartily cooperate two sources, an external commerce inviting us to accept.it, r
their; 'payment.. f by. the statute. I negotiated a loan in the City of Charleston with you in any proper measure which your wisdom which would bo sufficient to build tip a great city. We
The eleventh! section provides, that when the Indians for thirty thousand dollars, at an interest of seven ]percent may suggest for protecting the credit of the State, discharging have only to prepare to receive it. The success of dor. enterprise {
.commence' actual hostilities, the Governor shall carry this per annum, to be returned at some early day, after her obligations and removing the Indians from within requires us to do it, and it will be done.
act into execution the adjournment of the present session of the General As her borders Pensacola, like Tampa-offers peculiar inducements &r
In obedience to the requirement of this act, I attempted, sembly. This fund has been reserved for the purchase of INTERNAL lilPJIOVEMENTS. the completion of our line Westward! It 'lies at the doorof r

on ray';inauguration,.to., 'raise the.Brg i ade., The. MountedRegimenfVas subsistence and forage, and for the payment of incideutal The General Assembly, at its last regular session, the great West, and is probablythe best harbor'on tho i
; ,readily procured and, organized, but, the. expenses, and will at- an .early day exhausted.. I respectfully passed an act providing for and encouraging a liberal Gulf of Mexico. The South, to "secure her commercial in-
Infantry Regiment IJbund impracticable recruit, In invite the General Assembly' to appoint a com system of Internal improvements in this State. The system dependence, needs just such a place,and cannot overlook
December4 "'c0ntingency occurred, upon the happening mittee to examine and.report; ? upon this loan., and the disbursement of roads, to bo aided under its provisions by a guarantee the advantages of its position ifore,' than nineteen n" r
'. c!;whicB7fiieE3recutivB"wa8: : required to 'carry? 'the of the funds made by my' special orders. from the Internal Improvement Fund to the extent of tieths of all the goods:':consumed in ;the '$Southern_ Stalesare
law' ntO' ,'execution.. Tho'Indians commenced- actual hostilities I, During my absence on my visit to Washington City, avery ten thousand ,dollars per "'mile] ,'-for- iron and equipment, sold and delivered. to the, consumers bythe 'tnercmttta' .
i :by,attacking adetatchment. of United States. troops, I ,great excitement occurred in 'Levy County, which embraces;as terminal.points the Bays of Pensacola and St. of the interior towns and villa g es. These" 'merchant. nr- I
'commanded-by enteriant,Hartsuff. ,This attack was entirely 'spread; .rapidly i into tho Counties pf Madison, Columbiaandr.Alachua. ,Andrews. in the:Western ;District,; Marks'or Crooked chase'their stocks in the" .Atlantic'cftifcs,'in parfrnpoi i?cred.
t unexpected a found our'frontier population in'au ., Tara. report of ,Indian, trails in great number River 'in the Middle District,'Femandina' and Jackson- it,.and rely n'' considerable cxtCntApo n'flieir salesio-aid
unprotected: condition.; The officer in command of the ,'with! an attack, upon a citizen,'and another upon a -lillo iu die IJastcru) f District. : and Tampa and Cedar ''Key in meeting their notes at'maturity. 'their sales lacing generally
Und t #.iji-/uv o ,jai,.JJQJ;: abc fc0, give promptly J the fort qr stockade, with, a .threatened. depopulation_ of? the i in the ,Southern. District?! ", and,making, in the aggregate lit } due at the first of tlio'year, their purehaxes are'nadir<< ,
"p .SAC qratec ytted.for;such ruli; .frontier,and ,the citi- 'section of ,country, induced mo to send Capt. A. :J. T. tle less t nan'ee hundred* "*mil&8 of road. ;' :at; chtimca.as.to: : their maturttyai alater&frtetban 1
...-ao8"Jt r n j anijjropfiriy;; 1 ,'called 'the State govern- Wright, with.a .select. detachment, to examine carefully .,TYiisis stem'oxtensiveaiid', ; } ':,general* (as'it..appears:\ ','to J bo, ,that; ands .the,credits are. general!,, Bir-mdnthfl,x i3e nraremadeulurlng'.tne .
mend protect' them jn.the'-enjoyment of,their lives and and.report! the J facts.: ,Ills report: herewith communicated. will(l not.. reach,anqh: !lefi.tJ locally,tand.directly,:.every indL} ichMCS : : :mdntha ofjibiy;[!&:ngiisg dSonthernktlifelic .
prop rtj. JBcforeJTioweyerj; thc'deci s ion'of the'"Exccuti vo L : _?vlt.will., bo., seen,that his examination! ; confirmed_ the :.vidnal,.on.even 1 neighborhoodlor .r,',in:the State?:and Soptdmoor; "Darmgtbe: e months oS-) a
coajd. a bp jbta oecif{ many men from'''the counties of Mana-: ,impression! :so generally :prevailing,' that, there were Indians it is a'6ource'of', regret that} it will-trot,; Itsbpriefiis:"hw- eitiesliave i i : there. .F tdtiou i :of1je g:siekl ltf''anaf( I1 inwUor.mor.chantldechDmg
tce HitlsDorongn and' Hernando, moved by )patriotic impulses { in. considerable .number::in that,section, and called 'over* *will.> :possibly i i bo* ;.found. *" t*'toJlio I\l I:/as,4uearlyMequally<< itstributed i ;. ; td J')8k-h1s.he: 1t in tlieiurl t "" rt.h '
,_had orgattlze'd theraselves into ompanieB elected .for two._. mounted.coujpaiiies'to'capture: or expel them.; The : ,.as the ._ of:,the State, the --exteuLof ,1t8.eetUo- ':l'or Ltd &upp1i: tTl1is is i4oubtlcss' one. o t, t ti o. riictfialTeasons .
}f'eScOT, 1Stf m*!f"W '%f q Wf tit'pe+f** rationed' '( **the'rfse'h f"8! nmeTCiare i i er r rb't'6on thzli* eenj'

marched to the frontier.liense: companies I promptly re-: Stewart; were. ;promptly] ordered: joinJJilU4 On.tho thirteenth thirty--tw 0 counties pr T ed rt.,ventyi :contaimig i m ore ::Ptostratedvh pro a .t seetlbfi! re tri"b u t1itit' i1foith, ..
co"L J3!" w.e_. f | !&b1,J A "-1fey6fthe"'Stit4iand1insttttfcWtliera.M M : ; pf .June, the command of,' that special ,service was thaimine-tenths] of our. :population] ,_will L'o abl lc) penetrated 'and+areAVntxnvhile'rocel'va: i b 11ao"a Y iu1t'1md.r% .
"' ff.lt v t to"tlie 1t.1! t'r opulaIgn! ; !i1ui :assigned! ,to .Qol, M.:Whit Smith,;with authority torecruit ,.by'some part of the system. Eleven, out of the ro-. 1ifJur ;J ytIig'ber:'''lribru''th' i in"l'ort l: J iiJl 1ioa i C'ai dd&iI)yto'!

caFctUi., fl1i' 1 : 1JJJPwd! abaQ401HlJCnt, of jfourjnfarjtry cumP all sJo aid ,in scouring thoroughly. ,tairiii- twelve have' outlets, !c'i5i. *for their- i) produce"5.1 bynavit '-con aebdnr mme'J'tje tThUtih ta t.'ft.6tJ 11e U.'IJifL, b urzSotitheirtiA '
!!_lu.lti.II.k..rKl 1 h diat i fy--iendcred to the Secretary. -. :;tGplfan4: uwauneoI1ammock, ; and 'othorsuspected,Iplz- : Vjable(f '"*\PcilliJit5r*"* "*;.L'''','''<* -baysL* ;,enabling* '**. .i them*' ".I'withput** 'i -"* great" "*an-. : ,tl antie Cl itiEie;are'" nhe ItJiy Jiaiw nsi frt dzirecntrab3 .
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1 '.. 1 ( i' ; .&e'g ui rai -: W kii,t1i. ied ipti01f the bitance: alA Joe.'i ||' | : to the office of { .of .
t. tffr.'of; VClt n t C :cotton d.rP: ean zt r jf s some-that : ran tf:o > e"r 1 bHl! wt ijl .} : \etoa 'Rou..
:i -'porM'-most s\ely ..e .rJ Mixpjdlh I !tt1qji., o t e'busine. been eientirfor thq pnta ase:offtW iro "a"d eqwpment: ( r; 1T d lhd e bt,,!e1h; nelvtpake V addfgS\ i oXQn&jearVfn'terest'or1 ', f fReptesentktLY of 1h1i,8 'r' .

.. l"he two an'a "quarter mjjliQh 1 ales,of cotton. :and, that there are yet 365 'miles"of:
.. : shiPly. cdtpnY from. New Orleans;.aiid-'Hobiie,,. to Euro',, : for. .This at thousand five'hrmc1rel"doln.per '"' 'h inndred l and ninety-three thonsand dollars, for al'ono If(is better !.think. that they should not,. 'TKf}. ty'';; "e'er

.. J3eati markets. pay, it"ig estimated;.an axera g e' of T10lli8of.freighti -.} mile ('!.1iicli-1 _sufficient over such; aVoUn.tijg' ;:irji't.eluding : '.though it is true that interest to some extent.has. been paid, to my mind is norreftson. why'they.ebou iabe;d r-"S'n btsed

!. -- a..peu.n ..but. I wHl} place it at $-B4.ha-orliV'ccnts; : : the layiug.qf iron,) w7)ula'amouhfc-in'.ro'uhdinulmVv: : '..hwu'paid:b1.re.borrowing.For .. by.the CtftWftftm.which Abe dare cltrtenli1iidt Lw Spirit

.- ct 1>o11f1d;..iTliis,'on'.n I.b nle.of:;500 1 lbs,, wdntd6e. .25,; bers to ((2,000,000)two-'mlllion) 'dollars. One-rbiirth-df: :\ "could be in stock, of road ;t' stock issued, redeemable l a| the.o 'tion of the Stateatanyttirneifmbr rpJgIJt""I\ PfHiw'
: add i insurance !at an ;average of$1.75 per.bate, n d.we.hin'e suiy :paid the. ; 1'eavwig fifteenhundredthousand ; $ ew ate
; ': to tIJ.ejj ar-1867/and! that a fund be spe- they 'tfoeV} NllcJ ss.ih5 t
eight dollamasrtlje.jexpense/on= a bale of'c1ffo:; frOln the dollars to-be-provided,:rAgttinSt': this 1fipJtWlZ1oet
the companies on these lines }told' '' cially set aside to paythe interest,seravamraaHypnrthtrCity ae-elbtts arl4 JI.- L__:K IUl. .:
: time it is .put on filnpibpard} until land.ecLoj_' .wharf_ in a r. lands gtanted by wh
./hiropeattvpbrU/: From Pensacola this bale of.cotton-could, Federal and State governments, 'arid }lying, within fifteen: of New York, .and a sinking fond be provided of not in our corttjJj &ti _t our Conatt

.'"'c)5oi. ) >r6 ilabTy-.iafried J on a road of easy grades iVrnandiafor miles of their roads;.,to the extent of about. two :million ..,less.than five thousand dollars a year.with which to redeem tution deprives them oftl-part--of th -priviIeges.. it dos
The Fernan Quld ((2,000,000)) acres. These, -at ev ntl-five cents I- the principal} as it may be offered at or below par. those who are U convicted of bribery, perjury or other" .
..__J, $1.50. freight front ip s ,.. n con- per acre, i
: 1eq1,1.enc.f; lie. .fine. harbor"and deep waterj; adniFttirfgTes'wipBeflarge .-. --wouldprovide" the whole amount' necessary Bnt these For the debt due as pay to Volunteers, on account of famous.crimes. These sections fire I 'think all' P'toecriD.

_!.' class,cheaper than from our.otbcr.SouthernwV.jiojEt&Jand'cQul.dj ? 365. miles pass through twelve counties, which hold about present Indian hostilities, I recommend that a seven percent tine, anti-republican.and unnecessary. I t therefore>rwp .

't ';i : ) : :: '. not Xip to this time' been called to at any time prior to the year 1867, and that provision be measures toplace; tho.question of their
; t: ;*>f'lJ-16d; or 5-Sths of.anent I'p<;ponnd:; behig.. $312!; tbvCifffhicb upoii expend one cent repeal be .
add inshranc6"S7--cents, and expensed delivering upon 'our roads; They and the townsialong the 'lines are' made for paying the interest, semi-annually, in New York. fore the qualified voters of the State.

,qn board ai Fernandina_ 25 cents, and we :havcaltofal: '.ejcpensepf .. authorized, as corporations, to subscribe, and with the That so far as money is required for the payment of loans The amendment of our Constitution.which I. .changed :thesessions
T$5.75. From this may be deducted .50 cents per/: cities of Fernaridiua, Pensacola and Tampa-are abundant heretofore made, or for the payment of debts due, or to becom'e .of the General Assembly from annual to biennial

--.balo-.fQr: saving'in\ interest and primage, in consequence of 1 jf'j}ble to subscribe the whole. amount, if 'considered. ne due for subsistence, forage, transportation, and incidental was adopted mainly as a measure,; of.economy. It >i ia doubt*

__'- j&erdiffe'rence'iu; time and less vessel freight. by way of cessary. expenses, the Governor, or some other officer, be e4 whether it has served the.purpose to.any great extent,
,. : Fernandina=bus 'showing a'savhvg of:'$:&:>75:}per- bale to : 'q that. authorized. to sell the seven per cent. stock at not less than and there are to my mind controlling reaipna: ,; ljy:we should

the Pcns! acQlafiiipjer 1 : ..One> dollar,per bale .would pay to our 335 ,miles could be more than doubled in value by par, or .if that cannot be:done, that he be authorized' to negotiate .return,pit the earliest day practicable, to- annuaXgesaiona.

transport Cotton from New Orleans and Mobile. .to Peneai connecting with Pensacola and Tampa, it would be suffi a loan on the best terms-practicable, hypothecating We are a new State and are now\be ginning toflevelope

colaand: if my estiuiates i are correct-the, : whole} receipts of cient. The work would be accomplished. The completion such amount as may be necessary of the seven'per cents, our resources We shall require frequent acts of legijla.

these, great cities could be secured to be transported over' ,of three hundred and thirty-five miles, with its benefits as security for such loan ; provided, however, that so soon tion, sometimes to protect and foster enterprises at other

".eni. :road; at.. positive saving to the shipper! of $1.75 per and blessings scattered upon the community, would as the United States, whose debts these are in good faith, times perhaps to restrain exce8Sc'., An extensive. system
"? :.i) le. But when we consider that the difference between make every man a volunteer, would nerve every arm and shall pay them, or any part of them, the money shall be internal improvements inaugurated--avast, amount of land

the fight and insurance on a steamer, !dawn the river inspire confidence in every breast. But it is a work that immediately applied to the redemption of that class for on the market-large amounts of money and other,vas Aa.

-. from Vicksburg to New Orleans, and the freight on a railroad rises infinitely above a mere question of dollars and cents. which the payment was so made. bles accumulating, and at interest-:a system of Common

_=:;': from,Vicksburg to Pensacola, couhlnot'bemorethan It addresses itself to us as patriots-as lovers of our coun- The Comptroller's report shows some sixteen thonsand Schools, and two State institution* of high order to say

., ."r..fifty: cents per bale, which would probably be fully offset try. It is a great work, not expected to benefit each' man dollars of arrearages against defaulting Tax Collectors in nothing the increasing amount of ordinary business

.-.t" y'cost; of re-shipping in New Orleans, it is reasonable l to individually alike, but to benefit our beloved State-to the hands of the several Solicitors for collection, which thrown upon the different State officers-call loudly for at-

.: suppose that Pensacola, offering a saving of $2.75 per bale make us great and prosperous and to contribute something will probably be coming forward in time to be used as a tention, and not only justify but require the annual l exam,

over'New Orleans, would get all the cotton from that point, to the commercial independence of the South. Can there sinking fund for the purposes above indicated, and unless ination and supervision of the P.eople's representatives. A

and consequently from above it. The same data is quite be those who would. for a paltry consideration, either of the General Assembly shall find it necessary to make appropriations rigid and, frequent examination of all State_ offices? and a

as good for the cotton concentrating at that point\ from dollars and cents or of local and individual advantages, much exceeding the average of former years, accountability of all officers, are essential to the. pro.

... __ Texas, Arkansas. and an "(extensive adjacent country, transi embarrass its progress ? ,'. the surplus under the present revenue law will be suffi- per administration of the government, and should not be

.*;' .rpwtfedon the. great Central or Pacific: Railroad, and for In view of our position and the great advantage whichit cient to meet the interest as it matures. deferred except for the most*pressing.r .and. important. rea-

.::: >4.",.:.the. .cotton. descending by any' of the -hues of Railroad-, gives us, I would respectfully recommend to the General -.: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. sons. '

: "." ;*... :Vr. *.of. water transportation, crossed. by tlua'rbad}- : from Pen-.. Assembly great caution in granting chartered Fpl'h'i.I. It could hardly have been expected that the Territoryof But-this is not all. We should never forget that
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"-:".-: '.::BtiCOhii! ;t0 Vicksburg. / s .,; .-,; : leges which by .possibility? may be used as rivals or competitors Florida, with her limited population in 1838, and suffering -.. we are a part of a complex system of'-goyernment;

..... ,. fc ;.-i: will not extend this communication by attempting toSiinmerate of our system. A false step now may be fatal to from the ravages of an Indian war, could have assembled that wo are one of the sovereign .States."of"the': Federal

_..'-:.: u the}; gr variety products-, other than cotton, our interest. .a Convention, however distinguished for the wisdom Union ; that there arc extensive interests. in that Union

which} would .find their way by the.same channel of transportation .' TAXATION. itsmembers! that could have framed a Constitution perfect antagonistic to us and our social organization."Wa j

.:": } to Pensacola, and over our line of road to the The last General Assembly conformed to the spirit of in all its parts, and exactly adapted to the conditionand should never lose sight of the fact. that\ should 'that antagonistic -
:;: vVAtanfieOcean:: -.. A glance at the trade of our Gulf cities interest, or any other, possessJtself of the differ.
t '\' ; .- .. .. the Constitutional }provision, and adopted the Ad valorem wants of every interest which might be subsequently
:: :." ;will readH.r"l1gg st these. The members of Convention did not ent departments of the Federal Government, and undertake
.4'' system of Taxation. This, I think, is the correct principle.As developed. our venture .
: ,_ ..'. .f :,;:: } however: 'important the freights from Pensacola to the Government protects every description of property, to hope for such a state of perfection 1 and wisely pro to wield] its powers for our destruction or injury, it is to
:f; : :thc Atlantic be from the Atlantic Pensa-' our State Government that we are to look for protection
... might those to it should. tax every description its due proportion of the vided, under the guards and restrictions imposed by the : ?
.:: ; cola would probably exceed them. The light goods of yalue Government expense. As each citizen is protected in the 14th Article of the Constitution, for ita amendment by legislative and security in that hour of danger., It is. Pre.-,eminent11
shipped to New Orleans Mobile Texas and all our Government, and should never bo permitted to bo.
now ,. of all he each should according enactments. This power has been exercised on
enjoyment possesses pay
_; ;,-Western- 'r. Gulf. Ports, and thence distributed over the whole to what he possesses, and he that owns little pays little, several occasions, and with perhaps a single exception, come, in the estimation of our people, one of secondary im

: _.. South West, would hardly fail to.pass over this road, even and he that owns much pays much. This is as it shouldbe beneficially to the State. There are, however, other por- portance. We should cherish it &.s the anchor of our hope r

i(1t.should be necessary to reship them by water at PenTscola. but the details of the law are imperfect, and may be tions which, in my judgment, require amendment, and to the shield of our defence, and .the parent of'u security.Let .
: This i route ,would not only .time and us then annually assemble around .her altars counsel
save ,
.:.. .:! givegreater amended with great advantage to the revenue of the State. them I respectfully invite your attention. :
; certainty as to the time of arrival J, but would make On this i subjoct I respectfully call your attention to the report The 3d section of the 6th Article provides hat no President with each other, light up the fires of patriotism, ,and on

.. a Saving in the single item of extra insurance, around the of the Comptroller of Public Accounts.STATE Director, Cashier or other officer 'of. any :Banking each returning year dedicate ourselves and our children
i, peninsula of Florida, equal to the entire freight from New Company in this State, shall be eligible to the office of Go-. anew to her service. .

. York. to New Orleans. DEBT. vernor, Senator or Representative to the General Assembly FEDERAL KELATIOSS.. .

.. The completion of the roads from Pensacola to Mont- On the subject of the State's debt, I presented my views of this State, so long as he shall be such President, Di- We have just passed through the most exciting i and important ..

.:-.,: -.'.gomery md Yicksburgi; would,: add-largely to this-business. very fully to the last Genera Assembly at their adjourned rector, Cashier or other officer, nor until the lapse of twelvemonths political contest that has ever. occurred under oar

\ .: At Montgomery a connection. would"be fc.Jfmedvith other session, accompanied by a set of tables showing the character from the time at which he shall have ceased to bo government. It was an alarming contest. ,It. was a. con

roads, and through them with the systems of Alabama, of the debt, the years in which the excess of expenditure such President, Director, Cashier or other officer." test between sections, and the issue was tho. equality of ,

Georgia, Tennessee and other States, many of which roads over revenue occurred ; the loans resorted to to meet Such a provision might have been expedient in 1838. the States of this Union. Tht,success of the sectional

would serve as distributors for Pensacola. The road to deficiencies with the interest then due, &c. My opinions We then had extensive banking institutions which had suspended Northern candidate, with his platform embracing the admission

Vicksburg' would cross the Alabama River, the :Mobile have. not changed upon this' subject. I beg permission to specie payments. They had issued 'large amountsof of no more slave States, the restoration of the Missouri

and Ohio road, and the roads from New Orleans, penetra- ..copy what I then said, and present it as what I now desire bonds gparanteed by the Territorial Government, and restriction, the abolition of slavery"in ,the'District( of

., tipgthe States of Mississippi and Tennessee. At Vicksburg to say.' It was as follows : it was feared by many that through their directors they Columbia, the repeal of the fugitive slave raw,and ultimately -

." ; it would connect with the Mississippi River and its The people will never complain of taxation as long as their pub. .might obtain a controlling influence over our State Legis- the abolition of the- institution- i-*- ia the, Stakes t would
tributaries, and the great Central and.Pacific Road,with lie servants can show that the amounts collected are necessary to lature. These institutions bave failed, and retain but a have forced the South to seek:her safety".in dissolution? of
: its extensive prospective connections ;-thus opening up defray the legitimate expenses of their State Government ; but.these nominal existence. They possess no influence, and no one the Union. But fanaticism has: been!beaten ,The South,
to onr'great Gulf Port thousands of miles of land and Water expenses they desire to pay annually. They want to know by thodemand is now apprehensive of danger from them or their officers. with a band of pure and" noble''patriots'aP:tneV North,
made them, whether their ( has been
Ciovwnment economically '
transportation, to serve as distributing agents for her : or upon extravagantly administered, and will complain when The General Assembly, at its last session, passed a lovers of justice and the Cotistitntionawe'b 8sted the
commerce, and bringing into immediate and harmonious assessed to pay a heavy annual interest upon a State debt, for money Bank charter, and under this and our general Banking storm and achieved triumph". 'TneT'p atnott'6'tlie-"coun' -

connection with our system of roads the great West, with raised by loans, which should have been raised by taxation. The Law, it is probable organizations may be effected try, North, Sonth, ,East,and West aro'rej'<}i icfrig.frf! e.el .
under State Government has been, I think, to touch too
its teeming millions, its untold wealth, and mighty re- tendency cautiously the taxing our power, and to rely too much upon loans to sup- an early day. Should such institutions go into operation, tion of a conservative, able and pure! statesman 'as president -
.. Eources. ply our deficiencies. This may be seen by roference to the followingtable every citizen who receives their circulation will be interested of the United States. And it;' is'a ti!aat 'r'for. honest

With these connections completed, Peusacola, with her : in their solvency, and consequently in tieir| manage- and earnest congratulation. But let ua..not. i lay'aada} oar
.- advantages of position and climate, could hardly l fail to become Revenue collected Warrants ieened. ment. This should induce the State to encourage, by all armor. Mr. Buchanan has carried; fourteen but'of the, fifteen -

a city of extensive commerce, second probably to For I' tie fiscal t..year,ending.. 31st"Oct, 1846 1847.. ......$21.59728.45,357 60...........158.009 62.78746 67 proper means, safe, honest, intelligent and prndent men to Southern States, and many of them by l targe majorities

none iu the South, if to any in the Union. But these are .. H .... 1848... 66,832 72... .. 54,913 81 take the management of their affairs. The Constitutionas and yet he does not go into'the Presidential Chair
.. H 1849. 58,638: 11. ... ., 55.807 79
. not all. The tendency is to annexation ; and if we look .. .. to 1850.. 46.079 84. .. 38.659 33 it now stands, so far from encouraging such men to discharge backed by the moral force of the country. He '13 elected
do .the stream of time in .. .. 1851,. 57,141 10.... .. 67,187 73 these duties visits them if they do with and the of the
wn we may, imagination, see a to ... .. 1852. .. 55.619 63. ... 55,234 49 important by a plurality, a majority, ,people .
period when Cuba and the other West India Islands, with .e .. .. 1853.57.27886..108.60788 proscription and disfranchisement. Such a course is well United States. The fanatical 'party': who a.fe'w years'since
Mexico and Central and South .. Of .. 1854,. .. 62.801 51. .. 53.417 13 calculated confine their exclusively to '
the States of America, may .. .. .. 1855.. 68,365 19... ... 85,365 19 to management were regarded as too contemptible numbers to. be f either!
be added.to this confederacy, and these vast and as yet ---- speculators and borrowers. This, I think, should not be feared or respected, have .become! a mighty boat aad.. ;. ave
.,undeveloped countries be socially, commercially and po- $585,711 $627,890,38 done, and I therefore respectfully suggest that this section boldly put forth their impious:hands to pull down our_ ; fabric
laically identified with the civilization and institutions of This shows a deficiency of Revenue for the ten years, of ninety. could be repealed or modified with advantage to the State. of government and establish ia despotism' 'upon two thousand one hundred and seventy-nine 04-100 ((02,179 04.100))
the South. Their relation to the Gulf of Mexico will, how dollars, or equal to an average deficiency of over nine thousand dol. The 8th section of the 6th article provides, that no ruins of*.the Constitution.. Upon mere adventurer ,they
ever, with or wilh'out annexation, make! them to a great lars per annum. To supply this, loans have been resorted to by Governor, Justice of the Supreme Court, Chancellor or have cast a vote at least equal'to.the.,entire vote.of'the fifteen
extent our customers, and as their civilization increases special Acts and under the law authorizing the Comptroller to invest Judge of this State shall be eligible to election or appointment Southern States. They are sustained 'by."a majority, '
and Internal funds in the stocks
andtheir .capacity for production is developed 'may of the this School and,other Seminary States., These loans Improvement have been as follows : to any other or different station, office or post of and a large majority, of tho vpters! the free'States. A

: .' #concentrate upon .our Gulf ports an amount of business January 24, 1851. Borrowed of School Fund. $25.000 00 Interest due (9,534 83 honor or emolument under this State, or to the station of small adjustment of the vote will give them the support of
". .. .' which' we have at present no data of estimating. The July 8, 1852, In. Im. 6,000 00 1,06620 Senator or Representative in Congress of the United these States unanimously. The election! :of Mr. 'Buchanan
: '. 17, 1852, 4,50000 846' 87 .
'. thrown into from Southern latitudes Nov. Sem'y. he shall} have ceased to be such gives us a respite-we dare not look with confidence' for
'. ..produce our ports these Feb'y. 17, 1853, In. Ini. 10.00000 1.70601 States, until ono year : :
,,'. : t' .. .- would, much of it, go further North and East in 17, 1853 School. 10.000 00' 1.704 01 Governor, Justice, Chancellor or Judge," more. With one and a quarter million of rotes organized: ,
.' Dei 22, 1853, In. lux H 16,000 00 1,716 85 fanaticism will struggle hard forthe: 'ascendana .- The
: .: .. ..: quest. of consumers, and with the road from Pensacola in These are prominent executive and judicial officers, time has, iu my judgment, come: when the, ,Soutb should ..
:' ;':: ':' -. tho West, with its feeders from St.; Andrews. and St. $69,500 00 816,578 77 elected by tho people. Now, unless there is something forget her differences and stand'as one than for. the defenceof
y;. ,:,..:": :- ;:9ilarig, !and tho road from Tampa in the.South, with'its The ]loans amount to sixty-nine thousand five hundred ($69,500)). peculiarly demoralizing in these high positions, it wonld the Constitution aud her rights under it. 'F.he.'ebould
.:.: ; .; feeder'from Cedar Key, with others in prospect, not embraced dollars, and the interest dye upon them, on the' first day of the present be difficult to find a reason that would justify their dis let fanaticism know that she:.has' do'her last submiwion
month, amounted to sixteen thousand five! hundred and ovcnty- should be
in our system,;all concentrating upon, q.c fine port eight 77.100 ((16,578 77.100)) dollars. Add to these amounts; twen. franchisement. Why should a venerable and learned,citi.zen to unconstitutional exactions. tho Her watchword
read of all men, in Union independenceout
"Equality .or
; .:\Fernaudinu. with her beautiful and extensive,: bay, her ty.two.tbou nd, six hundred and seventy-nine 04.100 ((22,679 04- who was esteemed by his fellow-citizeus as good of it.", ,

.... : .. .-fine bar and deep Water. could ot.fai1.tQ. l buildup) at that and 100))the dollars amount, being of loans the difference made, and between which is tho necessarily aggregete outstanding deficiency, enough for a Chief Justice, and who had discharged: his .Fledging my hearty co-operation:; ,,fn a"l"conatitutions1

: ;;' .... point !the.9 rest. Atlantic city.of .the South.j in the shape of Treasury certificates and Comptroller's warrants, andit high trust with fidelity and benefit to the State, not afterwards -" .meas calculated to promote the |'lionor and interest of
___' : : : holding:as we do within our":borders. he fine Bay-of makes the aggregate indebtedness one hundred and eight thousand : bo good enough for a Governor.or member of tho < onr beloved State ; and with 'eamest' a praY&r tliattho}

j .":....:.:--: ;. ::..."T sin p a,lleir'; ilr' extreme} South,,tb Bay of'.Pensacola/ih... seven hundred and ny.sevel81.100 ((108,757 81.100)) dollars. Legislature Or, why shonld a man who bad been hon God of all Grace may preside over.your'daliberttionsanddirect
Nor is this the only debt doe by the State. There;was an Act counsels for the. proaperity.pt our Common-
'.. .' ap- your
:) : ::: 'oar extremeWest aud the of eirnandina, :and the ored his fellow-citizens with the chief executive office,
Bay 1.1853 : by
.Proved,Jauuary entitled An Act t to provide for- the pay. wealth .and,.the promotion of His.glory.: \ t
v-:; : ..' .. :,Pjnt _.jobn. 's River. in oiir-extreme .North East t. with ment of Captain Sparlun 's, Parker's a Vther-Volunteer; ) Compa and who had retired from this position.with the confidence I. am, your fellow-citizen. 4f' VT'
...: .: .. V flee; -term3dil\te.! Gulf ports of."St.. Andrews, Apatacbtrcol nies'for services it! the' year 1849.' Underthe! requirements of this' of: his constituents,be ineligible to any office for which .. .. 'JAMES_ E. BROOME.,. 0 ..

'.. .or White. B1uffs",St. 'Jfa.r :'aud\pedaf'\ .. ey;'erabradng .. Act payable there lr was'two,State three! Scrip and five signed years; by), .with!tho"Comptroller interest at the and rate Governor of six, lie was qualified, and which was elective by that constituency .. .... ; T.L*",?. 't' 1

'. ; ,: ; all. the shortest aDd best )lines between. the &oIf. and issued,' to thousand ? Why should Judge, who has served for 'years fit
1.. : ; per cent per annum amounting sixty-four ; The Democratic, > Dole. !Atla s. _lies N Tor5c ,to .lie .
:::.: ::. 'Mexico and the Atlantic. Ocean, ibid: with :system .three hundred and Kuty-one 90-100,. .. .. .. .934,201; 90 upoh'tho Circuit Court Bench, be disqualified for a'seat co ':. "" .
.. of. cars will, be Interest upon this sum to November ... the 'orS' Court Benches I Wo :" '
hat Chancery ipremo shouldon
!'.' : #- Arranged no chAnge necessary'toenable oflie; Y 0fM *T *!leation
j 1,1855,being.an average of 2 years, i .The New! York Etprew .aptaking. .l ew,.
;. .: :. ;either, road to deliver ,freight or passengers at any ; I think, naturally looteto'tho Circuit Judges, as they'be' "it i i is the aWest in intellegt that % Dwaooratto 1
: months and 6 days/. ..,. ,. .. .. ...*t$8,7$3, 21 says ., .1d '
z .. point'embraced tj it,. is certain..that unless refuse to.avail_ f '. :)l. ..P..... '. come venerable. in years''and. : 'profound in l learning. ,.'for. ma ael.f.f Jaommtnda Hid'jM ,,Wfe*.".***** .Ifl
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; : Uountiftil f"'r..l.lt x$7315) 11 lorial with which : tribunals.' Under .tion'to'the'"e' hro deIDoor.Uo; d4ligi.t4x &
-,-ourselves. of: these advantages s, which'a, Provi. I' tp.-itlpply our appellate '
: .a-
amount added the Utfeiencies ihe ', CorteGLHAt.o', as&b ilekft -ddb\ .
This to as //shown by Comp and:when; een eqoallr. i
dence.Has.conferred us and an.ex-: our 'Constitution< aro ineligible, onr,
.: upon open our.portsrto ; troller's reports, mak&s up a State.'dsbt-of onoonndred,, nd. eighty. the city, :we hazard OI.I'8JIJ! :..Urnali _couipefUiou} :,upon. ., er which, ,, would i impair our ,one thousand eight hundred, and...wventy-two. 02100 (((181,87?"02-, 'present Justices.tare. : pasned away, we shall be forced to State will i exercise. a b fJtb ar'otios'e':>> A '.2 '' ., _
.credit i ajod i!itljer opr:'eh'tej: r ejV'Fe. hall .make'our State ', .' 100)) dollar About oae.huod.riedaud\ sixty thousand dolUrtWthir-: : ::i place onr':'young and:.untried1 lawYy bt$- upon our' Supreme 'of Reprrwntatrre.than'I apl. si'T. .;:.B., .os ..snd'Btl rs :"'"
amount is bearing interest and add. annuajlyjp'the djeM tesrly ten ,Bench 1d-8e 1 decisions Buffalo' Courier ;, .JI; :' exus':t. 4l. 'burf.t.n.
i J at cpTnjnefcUl} >>: lBtaf >o f'rt th a BottUjj.and'Shail at Court to review aaida-the ago
cfire : : this dept eatlallyd hat lllf e'a, oriri -J tt ,
thousanddollars. It is true that a'uiajbritVdf j t.wa. coo* _. ,.ro ; ': .r
,, -Tan! arlaythatjpn most of our', lines ofirailroadsingle} -'.tradted-for Ihb()protection"of ufrr: 1tfe,:iobabitants against" Indian .forexpo rience. This,'I think,=should} be reversed.r But" .tder.t1olt: 'arid..I Q' ,. -"

Sm; aw iU :be found'.insufficient depredations; a protection whicb..tha', General Government' was ::ff it, ieudeemed 'proper that-ifcescLfeigb'officers1' should be, Su"g.\AW. 'Lusts diaelss{ :. d' f'ttitlf '.1' ..... .'rl'-.. .U9h-., ".-i., Ji.- a.
+ tbefR'..'-'A4' WJ ieT1'will.bo.offered., i f rbpnodtb give,,theip, and:\\'hid1.-conridera on shoiiU have induced- .disfranchised-on x. 'the grannd that:it i- dartgerou* to permit of Commerrt.. .. ]0 : J, (

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Bibles. : F.' \ :\ :??f? '?.a 5Pcimou of the manner in which JN l Corn and Cube-constantly onliatidajnd. .for sale, :BerrionL Late of Chatam of eotnity the ,Georgia,the deceased,' thire. an ] smnbar*$w1 -.bMt tco.b.4 Hsitnsa4RS. ,
offer for following ..
sale''by authority save friDIII.
': j.he Black'Republicans appealed the fa.ziatjni manufacturer's. pricea, by, v for,Jsnwa JftRobfrt Baltar, .arx1J.L. ;.! : .' .
< <* to sa ftit L HOPEHsS 4 ,MEOINNIS3.Nov. .vin S" .Ha ,Pt. iiWii.
We: *rd.\r See The* * ia .
: of the the nf land situated on Black arM Chat* O S ALT-i ooMtilj B baad saW obaap fcr eaai,
BloVSocfetyVa*jnst recVivod a oW-supply people against Democra .29, 1856. 4t-48 it m hereby ordered that aa tlt&too] j beb424 .
ham about 12 miles the ;
county Georgia, .by Anjurta.wad. 0 .. .. ,
It Soaatu'iM : ".
of BibksVno" Testanfents.', pnhlrsbed"by-the'American. ey. is from the Boston Alias of Tuesday. Pensacola and Georgia Railroad.'OEY.ICE.OTHE.PEN.J61O.JtR.CO. .'from Savannah containing 339 acres,and koowaas several eountiea oomptMtai J..w.ctmbtma. : ." The to- musket,evmr ,,Wsgt _it.e""CfQe .

Bible' ''Society 'of' New* York; of various jdzes, and the day of the1 election : ., the Springfield Plantation. The tract Is near the .00 MONDAY.i.theath.ofD' bow.. t .; NU1U. E1' t ,J. x LLOYD.
made b'P-"be4 If
) be
t turns tbertttf
line of tbe- >eCt Charleston & Savannah Railroad.A'portion -
"Coond iD haadeome style, *hich will..be'sold,at cost The' Stove Power toirayfiglts. against TALLAHASSXK, Nav. 25th, 1858. f ,-, onto pn bat formerly ben cultivated in rice. In 'witness wber.of.1 ,ba?. herswto set mr -- Wanted -

-Arises. Tbe Depository kept m the.B l.emenf ofitheJCapttol freedonY, ,*!ndfor: the following projecU : PROPOSALS for the grading, grubbing ". II. A- tract of land in Hnberahnii county.. Georgia ...Itand. and caused to be affixed the', Sed of ',
,in the toited States Land,Office, Those < 1.Ttife..Acquisition of Cuba.r riD : from section 61 in Madison county* 'iadwdrnj the Dwelling Htfuse and grounds,lately tho [.UL] tbe State of Florida. DOM 13th Capitol of rAImDror wb.thL1be4rioi.
this day .
who arenoable,to buy"will be supplied gratis. Rev.Librarian. 2. TbeAn.oexat5on of Central{ America" ." .tu AUurator Columbia. county (being; about forty 'Summer Residence of the deceased Testator:known in the City of Tallabasseo, **, 'jIQI m..
four miles) will be received the office of the Com-. as Rockingham,situated about 3 miles wnf.h darks- ,NoveniberLDmIU. _" *
iL T $'i; 3. Tbe"Restoration of the Slave Trade. puny, inMadisouat !,' on the 15th of December yule and about 26 miles from the line of the Rabon, JAME3 Eo BROOMS Ncslr.L2UL ,_ t, 4S. .
;,', .::__ The ? OntrMr tf Fl.rvia. I : -
Presidential Chair is the last en- next. Gap Railroad. The tract contain 250 acres of fair ,

Tlit' Florida_ Legfslatnre! "ttencbtn nt.ot Freedom, the,election of Fremont The bids should specify thcT prices follows: average upland, of which about 40 acres hare been By the Go..eruor-Atti.t; ," PROVISIONS*-pleatr.a* la tBBI& .
is its last For excavation per cubic yard. cleared kid cultivated; remainder I* veil woodsdwith F. L. Vituncct, Sferttory effitate.t3T : Flotir. ; *
'11e i members of the two ,branches of-the General hope. embankment. 'tbe.ordinary growth of the country. The Dwel-" : Sentinel and J.cksonrill rf,. copy 'till day 70 8 Casks Bacon 82d. aad SlotiHe?*.'

Assembly.of this State, convened at the Capitol on '. Inasmuch. aa Fremont has been woolcd", clearing per mile. ling House is large Commodious and in complete re of election. f '! DafBeJtTs Hama

:Monday last, and .n Tuesday proceeded to orgnnizetbe it tallowy as-a. matter of course, accordingto 'grubbing; "' pair. The commands an extensive river of tbeBlue November 16,18M. ;. ,-44 r \ 1oBbkMeesPiek. -
The terms of payment are, one fourth in stock and Ridge Mountains. A fine spring of water is S Lard aad 10 keji do. .
Senate. by the election or the Hon. Philip Dell .the. tenor of the Atlas' argument, that the residue in county boods.or cash, at the option of near the Dwelling House. On the premise are ,Large SalesON 4 MoJaI8elJ.'0 de etiflJ WtWcty.

0iA1cbiaPreidentS.. J. Pfrry, Secretary; P' Fieedom has been crushed out' and despotism tbe Company. The work for nine miles each way Kitchen,Stables Carriage House.Corn House.Smoke 10 Snsar 4 do.'Frenea Bfeetit ForseJ*

"Henry Toung, Assistant,_Secretary.; Nf .M. Havens, frurn the Suwnnnee river, to completed by the lit House, Dry-well) Water well,and Fanner's Dwelling THE ;L. by '1i ttclf4l7QfiT'OBMQin:

Engrossing Clerk; G. F Hathaway, Enrollmg"Clerk.Jewe inaugurated by the Slave Power"in.the of January, 868. Bids. proposing to .take a larger House, all conveniently and sabstxntially built. An, Th ZANUAZT.XTILL Nor., 'I& 4S,
person of James Buchanan proportion payable in stock, will have preference ; orchard on the grounds contains a large number of FIRST ThURSDAY -
Se at-Arms
M. Robinson. 'gent ; "Jno. B. Cason. and bids may be made fr one or more sections. The rare fruit trees of various descriptions. '' -0, la ,I J '

Doorkeeper and Messenger. Company reserve the right to reject any or all propo- III. The following tracts of land in Florida : A BE SOLD THE-PREMISES on tbe '
The H uee (f Representatives, by the election >f Letter from Mr. Buchanan on the Pacific sals. Profiles and specifications may be seen at the. tract of land.in Alacbua county Florida, designated '' ," r day above mentioned, public'outcry. LA. A LAROZ8tJPfLT-.JadiatoWw JWtm.o
4'It three and W I&W'
V. Snell.of Manatee .Railroad. office in Madison county'by- reference to L. W. Du as section 10, township 9, range 19, containing! NIER'S PLANTATION, iailadiwn Cooatr. Florida : ten; fot: Dy tjflalto
the Hon. H. Speaker Hugh A Leather and ?f e&t Mt eoo4d-
; MT hetper'f
\VHEATLAND Bois Principal Assistant Engineer oo the work be- acrvs. The-tract lies within 4 miles of the line of the comprising 164O acres of first rate Lund.Tt&xa .' ; .
(near Lancaster, Pa. ) thoa who bare tried Ibein to Laathr.
Corley, Clerk; S. M. McEyey| Assistant Cleik; Willum !- ) tween Madison and Allizator. Feroaadina and Cedar Keys Railroad.. -One third,OaaL and the .baao] in tiro end by ,'aoptikjc
McPherson. Enrolling Clerk ; John L. Tutum 17th September, 1856. j THEODORES.GARNETT, Three tracts of land in Wakulla couotv known as qual annual iaatalmmU drawing eight percent interest All sizes. from 4 b'U'inches wld ,: otMteHtl/

Engrossing Clerk; Joseph H. Sappiugton Sergeant. To B. F. Washington Esq., Chairman of Nov. 29 48 Chief Engineer Lot number IS,containing 360 acres. Lot number and secured mortgage an ape UuuL 'oo hand by 'D.1JLDD.

Archibald B. Campbell Door.ket the Democratic State Central Committee 27*containing,360 acres, and part of Lot number t8, 437 acres arc cleared and in cultivation and WIder NfwpMt. -is .
at Arms; p"r of ( alifornia : A Chance to Make Money. containing 280 acrea.TIle excellent faxr- And ,then ire on the premise a Oetlumber. "

Me eeger. .SIR I have received. PROFITABLE AND HONORABLE EMPLOYMENT"! property in Habersham county may be examined comfortable dwelling,good out boas 9 food ntgrd .
.' .. :- ', numerous communi. i by application to Alexander Erwin, Esq..Clarksvllle cabins good barn gin-bouse and Krev. han on.hand Fir*or Six bcadnd noa-Dd
GOT. Broomc's. Message. cations from sources in California entitled to THE subscriber is desiroM of having an ,ag r>t in : that in Alnchua county.by application to Horace These lands are situate in the Patterson Bam WE f.*tof joodStA wx LBatam. ,sI'ydI.cri. .-

high regard, in r reference to the proposed Pa. county and town of the Union. A cnpjtul Merry, Esq, Micnnopy, Florida : that in Wakulla mock on the public road- leading from Montkello] to which will be daltrcrtd in ."-,knr_
TO tbd entire exclusion of matters of general interest cific Railroad. As it would be impossible of from $5 to $10 only will be leq aired and anything county by application to Maj.John Beard, Tallahassee. Madison Court House.about eleven miles from Madison Those wuboc Lumber can aJdrcM va It CetItl\m.
beft'rebur'readers in 'to-day's like au efficient, energetic man can make from threeto and from Monticello. The'Rail Road ,sawed abort oatie
we Jay paper; for me to answer them all, I deem it most twenty Bilk at ,
information will be
five dollars per day. Every Fur terms npply at Savannah, Ga, to Henry Williams now being constructed from Tallahassee to Jacksonville : : AJLCOCQ.
and interestir ,
tbe !Irtigthy highly g Message of the .proper and respectful to address you a general given bv* l.ddressiog'wib a stump, to pay return letter one of the Executors. and Savannah also p isse .through,the planta Sept..17, 1858.-;: 89 :

incumbent of the Executive Chair of Florida. Jtsgrcnt answer in your official capacity. In per- WM. A. KINSLER.Box THOMAS BERRIEN. ) tion. 1 he hinds are fresh and level and of the:first __ _. t

length should not deter any citizen of our State forming this duty to the citizens California, 1228 Philadelphia Pa., Post Office.: i CHARLES J. JENKINS, ]. Executors, !'. quality and the plantation ia believed to b. one of TAIL MHUNEBY.

from a thorough and attentive perusal} .is he will be 1 act in perfect consistency with the self-im- Nov. 29, 1856. _2t48Executor's HENRY WILLIAMS, ) the must desirable in Middle Florida.
November 22, 1856. 47lmExecutor's ALSO ..,: AVD has and will be rt
amply compensated with n full and comprchensU posed restriction contained in letter ac Notice. -- ; opened
my -- lY4Lc
, understanding of t various. subjects and interests cepting.the nomination for the Presidency creditors, legatees and persons entitled to Notice.' At the same time and place, will be sold for Cash, ktdt i abdoott 1, by fasWooabhr express, tbrourLoat styles ofPAR1SMIIiIINERY the... the

; that constitute our inter-State policy and inrite the not to answer intei'rogatoiies! raising new and ALL in tbe estate ()Henry Saxon (de- months after date, I shall present my final sc- SEVENTY VALUABLE SLAVES, '. -

" i intelligent consideration and steiing care of the different issues from those presented by the censed. are hereby notified to exhibit the same to..the SIX and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of including one Carpenter and Blacksmith and a good 1UbtloD., Flowers'andFrittbers alcoa rich selection
Cincinnati Conventi..n because undersigned Executrix within two years from this Probate for Jefferson executor of John ;
niembcrs of the prcstnt Gciiiial Assembly. The ; that Convention County aa house servant and aeam.treu.ALSO ef Dress of Dreg ao4 )
be barred at the expiration, of Tradings'.whb a Tarirty
date tho same late said and ask
nr Johnson deceased for
financial policy indicated by his Excellency is of the has itself adopted a resolution in favor that period. ELIZABETH SAXON. dismission and o County such a Cloak Patterns., Booeeta, DfesMsiL Cloaks HaadDrtsMa if
discharge executor.
most engrossing importance and will doubtless commanl of this great woik. I then desire to state Nov. 29. 1656. 48-8w Executrix., W.JAMES HINES,qualified executor. About 5000 bushels Corn dfi. a&de-to' rdrsbkaebed.pre-) s-

, briefly! tbat, concurring with the Convention 14 20,000 pound of Fodder. M Siki Ape$ ,altc : aM teouctry
tile approval of the legislative branch of the November 22, 1856. 6m-47
. i am decidedly favorable; to the construction ORANGE SPRING 60 bushels Seed Pets, fliithfnr/4! J promptly 1. The ladles of Tall-
government 250 head of Hogs basset, apd Ticinity are seHdtf to call aDd examin
"i, ; Oar Indian difficulties arc ,grnphicjlly illustrated, of the Pacific Railroad,; ind, I derive the nutboiity Male & Female Seminary. Notice. U 40" ofCattle. at the botiM known as'}f.. Oirftrd's, opposite. the

to do this from the consti'utional' duty the 21st after date hereof the undersigned .4 14 \\01 king MulM, Epi odrl Church, Monnw street '
: and tbe development of the established l \'Btrm of situation of this Institution is at one of the O. day ,
to In TilE will to the of tbe State of Two large Road Not. 1 44 .
railroads sketched fa an ii.tereeting and instructive repel invasion. .rny judgment Congress Sulphur Springs in the ountry, and is unsurpassed apply Comptroller Wagons __ ,__ ,
possesses the same power to make for health. It is easy of access, for steamboat Florida for a re-issue of Warrant No.440, of fiscal On light two-hone Wagon, -

2 manner. for the construction of this road appropriations and a few hours staging. ye.r, 1856, in favor of Samuel S. Wekter, or order good Ox Wagon, Notice.-
. The with the experience of twenty chargeable under head of,Criminal .Proaecjjfeos, Cb. One Yoke of Oxen .' t
ur Tbe Hon. M. S. Perry Governor elect of this stiictly for the purpose of national defence and aided Principal by a of competent as istants wind yeare. 73. Act 3, No.. and bearing date with the original One Lanier Mill, Au tvonft having dmaraU against th. .at. af

State, is sojourning for a short period in our city.- that they have to erect fortifications at tIle vote his wbole time corps to the improvement of his pupils. of Sept 13, 1856, said original Warrant having been Blacksmith's Tools,Farming Utensils. &e. % %U Watkioj. late of JeIm_ eot tJ!. da- &
1- mouth of the harbor of San Franciseo. Indeed The third session will commence Monday,'January lost rnialakl. JAS. S. JONES. Tbe title to the Lnnds'and Blare will be made by ceased will take notice that they most prtjcut tbcflk
, His health has partially improved, and we need not to the u&forsignsd duly ststbenticated wjthij the Urn
November 22, 183G. '47 the Marshal nf the Northern District of Florida under .
. cay that his presence here is affording much gratification the npce it};"ith a view to repel for. 12, 1857. For,parlicnlars R. ANDERSON address Principal. consent decree as will be advertised by him, and prescribed by law,or this notw*wfll be plead in bar

to those of bu personal and political friends who eign invasion from California, is as great in Nor 29, 1856.' 48' .: Buckwheat Flour, Irish Potatoes, the title will be good and orunentnbered. of their rseorery; and all 'pcryoo' iatkbUiJ to testate
the one case as.in the other. Neither will I AUGUSTUS L. FISHER. are hereby notifitd to make immadkte, .payment
of his .
have the pleasure acquaintance. ,.' '- c&O. the '
there be danger Irom the precedent; for it is Notice.ALL THADDEUS P. LANIER ondersijcncd
Just Received : Administrators of Augustus H. Lanier, dec'd. W3L V HUE Adm'r.
Official Tote for Governor. .almost. Irupos&ible to conceive that any case, persons having demands] against the estate of i-r r BUSHELS Irish Potatoes November 16, 1868. '46-7 w l&mtkdUtVor.l.lBS*. 8 v44Walter'Gwynn' '

.. The vote for Governor was canvassed by the two attended by such extraordinary and unprecedented R. Blackledge late Jefferson county, deceased t!) Buckwheat Flour in Bags and,} Barrels, *** Georgian A Journal Savannah and Charleston
circumstances, can ever occur again will take notice that they must present them Raisins and Currants.* Courier will please copy three times a week for one
houses of the General Assembly' in joint Convention in to the undersigned duly authenticated within tlietimc ,
I our history. Dried Apples. Macuaroni, month and send bill to this office.
, oa Thursday last. The whole number of votes found Yours, very respectfully, prescribed by I law or this notice will be plead.in ,bar Pickle, French Mustard hk Mrvicftiopenboa, Yisbinc to Mt r

; to.have been cast was 12,1 OS, of *hich I JAMES BUCHANAN of their recovery ; and nil persons,indebted to said Stewart Candies Sale of Land and OFFERS u.. U.S. Land Offic*. br Jrwtioj Land

I MADISON S.. PERRY receivetl..6, 14 I, estate arc hereby notified to make immediate pay Citron, Goshen Butter. tc., :. Fegroes.T Warrants otbeVrhe. 'He: *wfll also'r givs'prompt i
I meut to the undersigned For sale by G. t J. MEGINNIdS. 7ILL be sold under a decree of Court, on Moo.l' attention to such bnsia aa may b* btrnsted'to ban '
! D"TIll S. WALKER received---------5g4 Dr. M'LaneLivcr Pills. THOMAS 0. ODER, Administrator. November 16, 18li6. 46-4t day thajSth day January, 1857. at the Estate in either of the other offices in tb*CspHoL CLarxn

L' t4 When the proprietors, Fleming Bros.,of Pittsburgh Nov. 29, 1856. Sw-48 Plantation near Sandy Ford on the Aucilla Riv will be reasonable coirwpoixfiag tos nrie ap rortn.d.

I Majority for Perry. .... .. 320 Pa, of this invaluable remedy purchased it 01 For Charleston-Regular Packet. er, One Hundred Negroes, or so many thereof maybe Being Deputy in the State Land Office, -be of course I t

t We publish for future reference the annexed table the inventor there was no medicine which deserved Notice. I FIRST VESSEL. necessary for the payment of debts and for distribution will make no charge for btu ell ia that Pcpaxtowot
I to the estate of the late Ce!. May 17.1856. -
i belonging O-1f'
t oftbe vot for and Governor in of Liver and Billions persons having claims against the estate (If fj regular packet brig HERALD, _
Congress 1856, with the name, for the cure eomplainte1notwithstanding ALL milE Richard Harrison, deceased. Also one of the most i : -
deceased late of Leon
son Boatwright, k matter, will have despatch for the
that afro for Governor in 1882: the great prevalence of these dis(a'IlOes notified to them to the rrTTTi ecn valuable Plantations in Middle Florida. lying in Mad- Co-Partnership Notice.
county. are hereby present above port. For freight or passage apply to I
18SC. 185t.K. in the United States. In the South and We t undersigned Admin strator within the time prescribedby D. LADD, New Port.Nov. won County, near Sandy Ford. on the Aucilla River, lIE und ni ned have'tLJs day eAt nd iato a co-

,particularly where the patient is frequently unable law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their reCovery 15, 1856. 46 containing Fifteen or Sixteen Hundred Acres of first T pa.rtnershipinth.WIjOLESALE.. r'

I 'Trl ::j'j'v. ; I'. to obtain the services of a regular physician, some make payment; and all itnmedmtelv.B.persons indebted. are requested. to ,A Fresh Supply of Cigars. late rate Col.land.Richard This.plantation Harrison: and was haa the the residence advantages of the of .. &-.RET AIL

1' at safe and effectual of soil, convenience to :Dn.CaB'C"S.uw
; remedy was required once and J. R. BOATWRIGHT. A.lm'r great fertility durability mar .18.-

COU "IES. ; ; :Ii Q i I the operation uf which could in no wise prove prejir Nov. 29, 1856. 48-8w JLw.Uvyw 1 A OHO RECEIVED manufactured by late arrivals. Fi- ket and excellent health with access to good range I under the name aad style of
nest articl 1100 is
4 1 I per for cattle. The following a description'of the lands :
P : g dicial lu the constitution. This medicine is
g supplied 1000.( McDOUGALL d HOBBY.
-C I I contained in said tract near Sandy Ford,on the Ancilla AMES&LJVELY.
_ = : : d : by Dr. M'Lane' Liver Pills, prepared by Flcmii gBros List of Letters, I November. 15, 1856. 46 River to,wit: The S E i of See. 36, the S W 4 of -_.._- .

Alachus. 191 37I 183 336; 1601 238 of Pit'sburgh, as has been proved in every instance J in the Poet Office, Tallahassee, Fla, -- Sec. 27, the N" E i of Sec.34, the E i of the S E 4 THEY will be pleased to sea their friends

Brenrd I' 5/ 10 4 101 6 in which it has had a triaL Always beneficial, REMAINING 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. Sec.31sllinR6T1.N& W; tbe S W J of beN c; andpatronsattbeoldstandofD.flAzaes.where .
Calhoun, 67 112 S3 28J 79 ors T 1, R 7, N d E the S E
E Alexander W 4 e. 31, ; 4ofthe
Jane A Adams.
i wil
Miss Aldrigc received of ; full ADd
A- they keep
a large variety general
not instance has occurred in which its every .
43xl a solitary ever
Columbia, 511 419 499 814 Walker ,"'n.Vm Areville. JUST color and quality Window-Papering plain N E i of Sec. 36. T 1, R 6. N & E; the E \ of theNEiofSee.28.TlR6N&E aseortintofAtides appertainmxto their
Dade effects have beeu The invention oran edit tbe S of .
61 injurious. B.-Benjamin Butler. C M Bower,John M Brown. and figured. Bordering suit all.McDOUGALL. ; Vl Dlio u. D. H. AMES
DonI I 4P2 I 268 488 I 270/ 841 '274- cated and distinguished physician, it has nothing in M M Brown Dr J F Bjthwood, Edward Brown C D t HOBBY. Sec.29T1.R6.N&E; the S E i ol the N W i ne o M.L1VKLT.January !i
bC2mbil1.286 260 2a4 259234 25 of the S W } of the N E4andthe N Eof the S
with the nostrum the Bostick. Nov. 15,1856. 46 1,
common quack imposed 11856.
Franklin 87, 1'18 107 I6 92 168
C.-Wm Cnrson. Levi Carleton, Joseph B CollIns, WJof ec. 36.T 1. RG.NAE. Also the following i
Gad, 897 3851! 428 368 402 458 public by shallow pretenders to the medical art- Robt Cbivers. Win F Cotte. Mrs E E Crawford,John oilier tracts of land: Tbe E i of the N E J of Sec. 1, MEDICAL OTICE.t. .

Liberty,* 14 97 76 93 Experience has now proved, beyond a doubt, that A Chambers. ((2)) C ..Jack Chambers. New Books. R6.SAW; theNotSE4ofSee.8T5R t
Hamilton, 211 195 226 186 J48 68 Dr. MXane's: Pill is tbe best remedy ever proposedfor D.-N J Deblois, Franklin L Dukes. received, assortment of 6.8 & E; The NE4 of the S W -l of Sec. I, T 1, S -* .
Hernando, 88 122 8'1 122 61 lOG M Elam. JUST a of R6.E; the E I of the S E -l or See. 8 ; the S Jof DR. BUEliQUGES] i
John ,
the Liver Complaint.T i: ((2)) f Books, comprising! ,
Hilliborou&b, 155 316 15'1 ,318 124 196 Sec. 9 ; the E i of tbe N E $ of Sec. B.
39 Purchasers will be careful to ask for Da. M'LAYES F.-James Feregan. Standard Works. Prose, Poetry and Romances returned TaUabanee offers his pro-
Holme 103 44 112 29
G.Mrs Catherine German, Oco M Gillis! Mrs An- with all the recent publications: The names of the negroes ute as follow: HAVING services to the public. Office opposite '
Jaeksoo 458 414- 471 408 866 263 CELEBRATED VEHMIFTGE, manufactured
by na Graham D W Grogan, Lewis Grimes, Miss IL Bancroft's and Hildreth's United States. Prince Jesse Pickens, Dr.Barnard's Drug Sr,' :
Jefferson 150 374 176,354 ,149 273 t
FLEMING Bans of Pittubvrg, Pa. All other Vermifuges Grimes. Motley's History of the Dutch Republic just pub Nancy. Dick, Aleek, June 28. 1856. 2a.-6m
Leon, :32: 488 368 4041! 347 378
in comparison are worthless. Dr. M'Lane's II.-G Henry ((2)) MissM JHirifs,Jam >s Holland, lished. Esther, Sam Slick, Warren

:Levy Madiaon, \ 490 7157\ -469 58S'Z96S 423 Sll' 251 5 genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pill, J H Harvey. Edward Head.Howard,Chas S Hen ing, Dr Allison's Continuation of the History of Europe Nanny Jacob, Billy 1 MILES NASH & CO. '
Manatee. Howard Green 5th and 6th volumes.Abbott's Jinny, Caroline, Hamet, .
38 2-1 34 22 be had Stores. NOllt
can now atallresp&table Drug John .
Marion 267' I.- Ivey.JJonah and Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs'French Sancho, Emily, Winny,
260j 861 267353. .239 genuine without the tiynature 47 M Win Mrs S.JwhnSOtl. DBALXKS Il'f 1
Johnson Janttly, E -
Revolution; Gibbon Rome; Hume and Ma- Patsy, Isaiah, Henrietta :
Monroe 235 'H 15-1
2321, FLEMING BROS. ."r!' i.K. ., cauley's England, 3rd and 4th volumes; Rollin's Ancient Bob. Jafant, Jim,
Nassau 92 106 98 106 60 57 Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and .-Patrick K>rr, Julius Kaufman. History; Thirlwall's Greece; Ro'ntson's works; Sylla, Arthur. Joe DRUGS, ,,4 FAINTS,

Orange, 46 ftll ,48 5s1 4t 31 by one agent in every town in tbe South. L,.-JB Lowe James L Lockhart, ((6)) Miss Eliza Preseott's Ferdinand and Isabella. Mexico, Peru, Jim, Solomon, Giles, .
?1tflaT !!3j ; 1061 123b&lJtaKoaa 11 I Miss Lainout. MEDICINES OILS&c.
Livingston. Lilly Philip tbe 2nd and Miscellaneous; Russell's Modem Stephen, Sybny, Ruth ,
:5001 206 21081 287 152St..Johzn. IU.-W E Mallett.John Miller,Benjamin Manning, Europe; Hallam's Historical Works; The Works of Viney Paris, Mariah.Philhs .
I 671 19.5 207/1/ 95 139Sutpter. Tallahassee Market. Willis Mackdon. Wm Moseley, Joseph W Moore. IPr'l Bacon, Addison, Goldsmith, Irvirg Heott Sam, Vincent, WOULD inform their friends sod the jmblie.that -
Volm 67 93 81 Nov. 28-COTTON.-Tbe sales this week limited to fi.-Miss E Nevinn. Dickens; Irvings Life of Washington Spark's Wash Bondon, Dnphre, Adam, on.band good asaortmefit of sneb
: 42 26 47 811WakuUa O.-Thoe OWeD F L O'Neily. ington and Headley's Washingtou; Chamber's Miscellaneous John, Alfred I Becky, articlca are generally kept in their line of bnefaeaa,
184 155 194 148 182 127 423 bale, at tbe following prices:-100 at 9 9 16 ; 5 P.-Washington Parker, D C Perkins M T Perryman Writings in 10 volumes. library style ; Marian, Nancy Juran,. and will be receiving regolfrlv fresh supplies. .Their

Walton166 177 181 168 161 123 at.9i; 4at9 }; 240 at 10; 22 at 10} ; 11 at 10 Wm Perkin& Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, In 2 Stepny, Allen. Aleck, terms shall be reasonable.,

Wnshingtov, 1106 151 105 Hilll 191130 7-16 ; 5 at 10 ; 28 at 10 $; 7 at 10 15-18; 1at < .-Herring Quinn. volumes, just issned. containing an account of the Nelly. Lucinda Jesse Tallahassee April 9th J8M14.. 4 4P.B.B4KAWS.

$ 5894 11 {. Market closed dulLj K.-James M Ragsdale Mrs E Rachells J A literature of our country from its discovery to the present Jesse Midge, Anne, George, '
*New Counties.Correspondenee. Robertfon.S. day, with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts Peter Aaron, Zilpby I ..
HEIR & COLES, .-Chauncy Scott, ((2)) Robt Spiers, Tlios J Shef-- from their -writings. The best book of the kind ex Fanny, Jackson Candace i U 11? All 9/UI S7AiLi 4
Cotton Brukrrt. field. Wm Stewart, J Smith. ; Charles, Betsy, York / -
of the Journal of Commerce.
.- T. James M Tuten, Wm Treadwell, Wm McTu- tantSimm's Border Stories and Revolationary Romances Albert, Solomon, Eliza i TALTiASASSEli' '

Clayton-Bulwer Treaty.WASHINGTON MARRIED, ten. Miss M Turnbull.W. : in sets ; Statesman's Manual; History of the Iversou, Mansfield, Martha, i : FLORIDA.fo

Nov. ]2tl.. I On Tuesday evening, 26th inst., at the residence ofCapt. I .-Wilk's F Walters. Republic; Webster's and Calboun's Work's, complete, Scott, Frances, Nancy '" .'.JL form ssafmnds and :
5F" Persons enquiring for any of the above letters, in 6 volumes. Eliza, Tenah BelIeD
fits bAa rebuilt biaS.L
President Pierce's administration will public, that 1
probably Wm. Lester, by the Rev. W. W. Childera Mr. I will please say they are advertised. Blank Books and Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal Emily, Ben. Doctor, large Brick Stables, at the old, stand and isi I DOW
have the satisfaction' of effecting a final MILTON C. BALL, of Doughtery Co, On. to Miss I MILES NASH. P. M. and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens. with and Jeff, Fillia Willis. prepared to accommodate $>>. Mends and eoatoeaen.

adjustment of the Central American ques. SARAH M, daughter of Capt. Wm. Le.tcr, of Leon i Nov. 29, 1856. ((83)) 48-lw without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visiting "Sancho, Amy, He also has attached to lib Stable,a good Blacksmith f

tion, which recently threatened to interrupt Co.. Florida. aud Playing Cards; Ledgers Journals Day- Jack, Leach '; .', Shop.where be will have have done all kind of 1
the friendly relations subsisting betweenthe Buckwheat.OA Books Records and Pass Books, and every article Also about Forty bead of Mules, Com Fodder Ac. Plantation work Horse abasing,and Carriagework in
found in business. Terms of sale will be cash for the The
usually our Negroea. .
the L'ostniinner and with aad diepatch.
United States and Great Britain.The EIGHTH Kegs, Tory promptness
Nov. 15. 46 McUOUGALL & HOBBY. land will be sold on a credit oboe and two or three .
British closed in Mission House at Auction. O: w quarter do. 0
Legation remains
with cash credit
T j L j T --m- yean part payment bearing interests November i
5,1852. 44 '
For sale R. 11. BERRY.
this city. At least, there i is no British diplo. Saturday the Cth of December will be sold November by 22, 1856. 47 Dancing Dancing from date.ISABEL ,

matic representative here with which the gov. ON my Auction Room, tbe well known meeting M.HARRISON, Adm'x. Dr. F. P. Lewis '
-JtF.; tirt/l.rnrnai1! havtnflp t-AfiifnAjl fwtm 1.T.. November 16 .
itiftt 56. 46.td.Notice. ,
has intercourse. But house called Salem" near Lake Bradford. *-* uttvjivt s7 i kwa uvva ai v
ernment a negotiation Pi'e'
any R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer. 0 Fruits &c, TA4 York, where be has been associated ; tbi its &I--- niVES: notice to.hia fmnde;and pav-
has carried between Dal.
been Mr.
on Nov.29. 18 G. 48 West Wind to arrive in a few days, masters and devoted his entire attention to the acqui nTl.ronathsthe. ia'oo. ia possession of
las and.LordClaTendon,_ j in relation to the PER whole boxes Raisins, silion of every thing new in the "sweet pastime of all tbe latest rmproveroeoUni Deniie-

brought nearly to a satisfactory conclusion.In For' Sale 20 qr. : professional services to the citizens of Tallahassee SECweek Probate in and for this county of Jefferson Fin by the Aid cia p,which ltl1. 4 4In

regard .to the terms of this arrangement, A VALUABLE negro man of about thirty 1 barrel Currants,' : and vicinity. In private or in hit school full iostruc- for letters of Administration on the estate or appiyingan artificial frs i.g mixture tSASJZta
years of age-can be seen in the yard of Mr. 1 Almonds, soft shell, tiors giveninthe Waltz, Hop Waltz. Five Step Waltz. John Beyers,late nf said county, deceased until fully bemnnbeiL td Tbe immdiatein ertlon sf
I: can state, positively that they are not Godbold. Reference for character to Mr. James R. 1 Walnuts. Polka, German Polka Scbottiscb. Highland Fling JAMES SEVERS. a Temporary'Set,:m Gotta Peitba,:which 'sw b*

known. to the public, and will not be made Nicka, mezaber from H.rnando Coonty. 1 Brazil Nuts, Schottiscb. Mazurka, Mazurka Polka.. l.edo a. Polka Nov. 15, 1..48 worn with comfort and lass ,UU the Gains are filly

known before the President's next Annual JOHN EUBANKS. 1 Filberts, .j Redowa. Eamerelda, Dodswartbs Bolero, Gorlitza prepared for''a permanent Set; the iastste<> es

Message shall Indeed, it Nov. 29. 1856. 48 1 Frail Dates, Varsovianna, La Ziugarilhu Also Spanish Dance 1B56Notice. thai beautiful pbu eaDed fDDtinacn Omaa whtakso "
appear. appears -, For sale by R. BERRY.. and Qoadnlla of all figures. ranch worn and admired,for beauty atrgaglja,.a* that the terms,are not yet definitely settledin House for Sale. November 22, 1858. 47 The latest and most fashionable style 'jt'M.u io fur persons creditor legatee entitled to distri pe eleaaKoeta"". '

regard to the Musquito Protectorate, but subscriber offers for sale his dwelling.houseon nished for evening parties and excursions.He ALL. or otherwise interested in the Estate of fay 11. 1, ; t3 i

probably soon will be. T ;McCaity street Tallahassee. There are four Fresh Groceries. is also prepared to give levwns on the Violin the Rev John Wealey Rhode late Jefieraon county -
Itis only certain that the Bay Islands Guitar and Florida deceased are hertby notified to exhibit their
rooms on the first floor, and on the lot a good cistern. received from New Orleans Banjo.KARTIN 1
.. ".Question iV settled, by their retrocession to The terms to a good purchaser will be low and ac- JUST Bushels Heavy Black Oats., Nov. 15, 1858. 46-4 TITUS. claim and demand within two year from this date NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE ,CO/'
William Budd at MooUcello the'lamewin
the State Hondoraf. 1 notice that the in. modatmg. WM. KUHNS. my '
60 barrels Extra and Flour
Superfine A0ccVtAtw C V1T4L$1UG0O. .
be barred; and all person indebted to tQ aid ,
habitants or -the Island of Roaian-tbie y Nov. 29,1858. 48-tf 6 do Molasses, .. Oiie4.SawGin.I1J'OR deceased are requested b-make, payment,to my aid THIS Company bauos polkiea oo.tbe. livei"eC .

blacks from Jamaica-hare. remonstrate a. 20do Irish Potatoes-Yellow. ,* agent who k fully authorised to settle dM aid estate .persons fcr oce or more jrosv.fcr tbd
.thit and threaten to'resist it LOst 6 do Lard, S&.!" a second band GIN of above siae. hasL' LAURINDA RHODES.. Adm'x. whole periodlof,IifI.Ol'fTft 1. 1tr .
gainsl measure, N' the Bell Air road, on yesterday morning; a 2 do Lard) Oil, been only used: to gin 80 bales .Cotton. and as MontkeHo No .)5, 185& 8m.48 1 tG otfl'.lL iM IfOtte
O -
and Iq-detlaro their independence but it is _. :! ;.:
; BLACK GLAZED FOCET-DOOK.coctain- 20 do Whiskey, ; goodunev. For sale low byMcNAUGHT : T r" j
too late for remonstrance for the deed baa ing t2& b Bill, a'Check on the Agency of the Southwestern 1 do Dried B'eef.1/ : "T1 .' : ORMOND CO.. *
been diplomatically' done.I B.R.Coof,tbe PensacoU and Georgia Rail tierces Duffield's Hams .I"fr T> i., Jfovember 8. '50., 45' Mackerel and Herring. Purr FaxxxAir, &ctnar7Z-Mo23.*Pai* '-'t >

.rn qaite cettain also that.tba road Co. for f 114 48, payable! Shine & Lloyd; also 6 hhds. Clear Sides A FEW"HALF BBL3.each No.1 Mackerel' aDd pT*AppfieatioM reoslrwdJanuary ', 7aL.t. Q it j .
< involve,. Notes and other papers, which arp only of DM to the 5' da Shoulders, ,. Executor's Sale of Land.T Herring direct from the Fisheries. For sale ata ': 1,1S" ,,! J 9.'.1'11',. 1
settlement viljjnot an abrogation of subscriber.. A reward win be paid to the finder. 1 box Dried Tongues. For safe by :" Tl low rat* by .

',. .. the Clayton.Bclwer Treaty bat will, on theeontratf Nov.29,1858, 48 _R. BERRY._ Nov. 22 47 R.' H. .:: RALLon the first day January, 1857. sell in MoNAtTdHT ORMOND ic6. AOENCYO1TH1TNAtNa&e-cL '. .
-accordano with a decree of his honor Judge Ba. '
<4Slplain'defi.Aeand"nodiy: i Nov.mber8.1836. 45 :
,' ker the tract of Land and improvements thereon ........ ,.! -. .. '
; Notice.
welf hereafter fuLfi 50,000 Havana "
:, as to cause if to,work and Segars. situated im diatel1North of and sdjommg Talk '
the intention and wishes of the annual meeting of Stockholders oflhe'Pensa- LIM.1OO TEE .. .p'\-.I 1.. .
original persons who, lore to smoke good SEGARS THE hawee whereon the lat John S. Sbepard resided '
tttingniahd diplomatists who negotiated! .ALL; ,find them'together with come choice, Tor- and Georgia Rajlroad, Company will take prtnous to bis death. The said hut of bind onoUms BBLS-"lm*> frnb aixl ia- good. :' jaR apfuU. W. t ;,,'o

.. 'ha.acibjfd of regret thatMr. Clayton., dab and SpoBtab smoking TOBACCO at the Drug place on the first Wednesday. ia December next about fl acres,more or leas'of whfcb'about SO .1audtd aDd Ke1fAtTGBrmwOND'A(or saletJV : lDnllitve.l17'ft' t.'-."- ,..-. -.__ ..
Store of AMES LIVELY. PJH. FLAGG 7. acre* are cleared and ooder feoe.the...baUaoa being 00. '
lilt was aolf pared,to'ptrmh.hi.rn to witnes s'. ?' November "' .J&a 1I.1!!! ( ili..1- _
Nor.t, 1UI. 48 November 8, 1868. 45 wood bind. Th6 sala:will be made al ioa *,me.:;a 4S : o. ,
"", ..-1herTIiJ&ti a work'uponWhich t tft' th'e highest bidder,'in front of tbe CE'BObH in -.

had beiCdWed so much tare, and which had Candies &c. KavanaCigaraI: ; : T Tallahassee upon credit( ooat two and three -'TWiiteIIne! ; Lurnbez' 'RH.1 ';, .
th.iaje ; to be iee rod by bond W FBOT mfa, Pine Lomber. -.- ,
p ..' *1I 1 m'pa'' rGl apxij.I years .nwoey 2'0'. asserted srH- LCr -
? t TUB? RECEIVED assortment of &taarts" TUST received per R. H. OambU'5000. ., best qnltl and good'seenrity, aod the UUs r aerrs4 natil:the able for Cabinet t ) Saab'and BibU,)- ,Auo't t
2,1r. .a1J.ltf. reel.. 1&.fOJO! ws d.CftodiM Oelatioe. Flavoring extracts, &c. te, for rty cigars. Call and try them .' am., H, 'f.niUT* MKL* r> ken or JobtraWerk. Nat often aucb let fcr
IH':1iaM trttrictif racfa', of the 11 0. tale br. O.'t I. MEGtNNISS.Ntw. MCDOUGALL&'HOBBT. RoB1.B. GAMBLE, Ezeeitter.4B bare. ,MoKAUQHTOSMOjrD4.COV1Kov.8y5B. I \ r

Ji.i.ti1YJr&rtiftfr.' 'r CTflpniing 1; 1830... ftt-44 .Aaua 2,1856. 81 Novrmbert:156, -8w- N '.".1. -. 'i : ji.i ,. s. !
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:. WHY DE WJHOUT MONEY 7WHEft T DO OEIVZtFytflal lnth '': r t8t4 Yipfte.d ..F.AIl4VERS.ANDArtWs ,el\J1U2t1W rll"of ; :'-. ,.;. : "lt:,. .1, .>tIcb1sWJowr.vFLAr !!. ,. .I ,

for JL Dr. WsJld8le,"Iaflnuary'RtrkrJin!i Ga'for the 4C- 3c V' -Zr'
it is jiatIf any ouc to be arouud 7 ., '". ; ; ;f. 'MU GrE
Urpi laf -t tit r
a pjcktijMStas: not if they ouly think'so. # blahung relief of a very pAiflfciltimsd dintrcseing .- Fr -2P- 7 .
fr. : C&CKK of the oasa Anil 4ye.My- uoec I TTAYQ I Iaft. from five was ,
e. __ .AA3l.'lhinTtliy. rt.if'H. ; cither i .rui'beuiade male: tot"t'ltlY'J all entirelygone before I visited the Doctor, betides Patent Airtight: rltiFII.Isp} I ; ;, (of the late,finfi RICIIAXDSOX. (
:u %ri By 0" a very 'deep! julcefa'tioc "bn Qheek and about : ;) we'(ender to our .frlemh and the'public ,f ..
tny t. .31
: fio.t 1sUghIyt.epetUe bu ih..t"na i no nr- my .N s;'1:llr II ig"Frfl lj ;: ,. "h" n <
I services i io the Stori Buy ing, t 0'j j _
ere. (hat- our Selling.Receiving
.inbs13py aud proud to lay, 'Dr. article socntensivefttfof g
Mosely HlntcrVttr -
tA tioltwhich i."wmte4 everrOfcmuy1 'in"atheUuitedSi&Ufc : \r. "; TGi _1H.t_ ..
,.e; h4e2 Kiich efine' t\f -dollar* ,Ymni1. at'toy 1i isk.' .'did.! relieve me, an. Td dor'friends anti return ourebceiethanks r' -
LL pcifoorfJuiilng-deinan&s figahwlthe estate of' and I wilt forward byr tul'b' mail rf Circularwith myself to very extreme cold bad weatLer, I will ihtrodnced to the (lUzensof Tallahassee and patrons we '
.'- I LL AttisdWdGyartm of J r8w on"'couulyI de'lk fufl.1Z3stucUeoi in the'art. ':The business is very cosy. 'dft believe that I would' have had no return of the sdrreundiog coontry by the undersigned WK s> lus: cow for the piitrc iit.ge heretofore extended, and They arc::not recommended -
,disease. ,i visited the Doctor second time hope by our attention to their interests in future to
a and he manufacture this for
the exclusive in viucimty
cea. Bitiei thk tbH n teCp x-seut them :Try itt>if )Jware'ooC employment and "you. will right
-. r' ttiido* goetl dul* katiifaUeit| wrdwi the time never regret it; for rt will b* better ,for you &'pay ,rclurved t me again', and so,fa.ras, the ,various -leport the coming season. It is only newsary to call anti merit a continuance of the same. as:: Unjveml
the' Doctor '
injuring or. fuiliug to, relieve me, article and the reooruraeudutions of ,
( I examine these
frfcribSd bjriaw.or ffis ontieffintt Wplt-a.1 w bar the abor sum, nod insure a good bosines,;Than totwenLy.five -
: t4't-iH.ir reeftrery, and all pertonfc tndebl J to said es pay cent for 'A rpuiioiis'adrmuetnvutTins they are positively: : false': As regards Dr. Moseley's the persons'who have used them to be convinced that I New Port, Fla, July_1st I" tt Cure-all bur: simply-for
isT T skill in tbe Ticalmcnt of Cuntrrt, I know of no Phy. f I' they are the best, most simple nod economical I article ,
,141re bei eby.notified tO hake itmnedifite payment no ImmbugT Try it t y itt Tiy it I Address ,
sician in world t Ilaiu of interest in the late .
the that I would sooner car disposed
rely than my
on for the offered to the
? ; Itm ALFRED RAYSOR, Ext'r."T your Utters, to D\VJOIlT'MONnOE.. purpose ever public. They can what their name
firm of RIchardion & Wbi taker Mesara. Baillie &
him. As SURGEONaml PIlYSICIANbois to -
October 1 8. '& 4'-Sw New "ioik. equal | be used by the most unskilful person ,without the pur
to in the Southern States and I i Whijaker, would tender thanks to friends and ,. .
any ; am happy to 1 It 1 slightest risk of failure. my nry : ,
:-3m "
6.N'otiO Sept 27..1856. that found him be a for their former kindness and '. < ,<
: '. say to |>erfect gentlcm.iu :and :.2? Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing patron confidently recommend ports. .
Turpentine Farm for Sale. PuihintliropiRl anti ndvise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for pullingup fruits I, to their favour nnd support my successorsin *0

viX.T*pemw> having demaudt agaitwt the wtnte of Cancer, to visit the DOCTOR an soon us possible and and tomatoes in th*>e Caus, placing! the whole biuinesa. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. The VEWHIFUGE; ;' for
:I Hart,' l1 Watkm*, late of Jefferson County, de- FOR Sale about eleven, hundred acres of hind, to- have tht-ir.health rcfatoied. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of housekeeper.A process. r July 26, 1856. 30THOMAS <*{Jtf,-<*.-<# ..-, '.

,-H"-d, wilt lake notice thRt thej must present them thc' with n'aruall! farm and improvements and Romp, August 30th, 1855. largo supply ol these Cons will every be constantly keptin I expelling.Worms from

.tl:> the dcdertlgfied kiury auUt litA I within Uie time will. be, sold. at a'bsrgain, inquire of tsf" Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my store. PCI'sonsVi Ljn to supply themselves should WHITE

i :. f-Tibed by law, or this note will be'plead tn barS JOHN II. RHODES or A. P. PULLEY.Waltilla pr
< I 1 heir reco cry 1 1.nd. all pei none wdebted to said! FIa. Octobor 4, 185C.. 40 Rome, August: 30th, 180. I All Cars od! arc male' by the undersigned and warranted of and Sheet lion system, .
Copper '
S, > sttte are hereby notified to,make immediate pay- Lake Jackson Fla. Planta- i sife.: WM. P SLUSSER. MANUFACTURER, in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been administeredwith

ii<11 t to the undersigned at Mouticollo. Awful disc of Cancer Cnrc lslay( $1, 18M. 22 Tin Wares, takes pleasure io informing the citizens

'WILLIAM. HEIR. tion for Sale. Tins is to certify that Col. S. II. Harria, of Crawford --.- ----- -- -- Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he is the most satisfactory

: UeL25 1856. v 8w-U oouaty, came to me in the year 1851, with a Cancr Piano Fortes. now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize
I IF not previously disposed of will be Bold, on the on isis chin, of fourteen years standing, the chinboueand him in his line of business. He also tenders his thanksto results to various animals
Laniiand-Negroes for Sale. Tuesday in DECEMBER next, at the Court
: to furnish Piano
salival glands had all become very much yTiIglATE are prepared his friends and the public generally for the very
HOOK door in tho of Tallahassee
MM!IE undersigned offer for sale n tract of 263 'and Four city best TwtutetwoHundred diseased, and his constitution nearly mined. Mr. Harris Fortes, of the very best quality, liberal patronage with which he ha heretofore been subject to, Worms. -
Acres of quality OAK and
L aerca *f LAND, lying on the Miccosukis Lake, had been under the treatment of many eminent upon the moat liberal terms. favored, and he Lopes that a continuation of the same
Store. "Tlie'land first rate quality HICKORY LAND, belonging to the estate of Dr.I and are second to none in country either as will be
i I. "j Herrings w physicians among them was the great 1 r. Shep- They any granted him. The
.. 'j.ik and Hickory-alwut 225 at it cleared nnd under Whitehcad.in Middle This Florida M one about of the one-half best Cotton cleared Plantations and- aru, of Charleston flud also the celebrated Dr. Marshall -- to ua1ity or pr l-e. He will constantly'keep on hand a full supply of all LIVER PILLS, for

,. J fence;arid well watered) with running' branches ; of Macou/who treated his case twice without Every Instrument will be warranted. sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his the
under fence the remainder inwoodi.11i of
1;J never foiling springs. The improvements consist of removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar MILES NASH & CO. line of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron, cure :LIVER COM-
consist comfortable
.. Jr u-co-nforUUc d\velling-lioii and negro cabins I improvements a shall as he informed me, the third time and he refused February 23, 18:6. 8 Sheet Load ; Lead Pipes Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pumps '

.' .X7iJ tJu'nLuI' Uo. 1 gin liouso and screw. The pre- I and house all, Oiu nee House out Screw buildings, StaMes! ; a Corn good Overseer houe to do anything more for him. Son after that time and a great many other articles too numerous to men PLAINT, all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

,tit *af'i cotton (mop will: bring over $3.000. Any Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures thnt I Q-u.in.ine. tion.
...' ;tI:mn,wHiiu.; tAl purchase can cxawiite Uw pre ''I' ami lwen
LjCtI and buy on acconiiu,.Uting tenu If desired I, good repair.' conimenc.ed eating his case, and in SIX weeks the JUST received COO OUNCES Sitlpli Quinine, Roofing, ,
Guttering, and Tin
Person to examine this Plantation Copper Conducting
Mtocn or Eixtcen i likely] .JX R.OJ 3, men, women nnd niching are referred I Cancer was all removed, and tho sore nearly healed. ISruilcl, together with a great variety Pipes Ac., all of which he do ACHE &C.
promises to the
to Mr. Richard Sauudcrs on the isc.: For most ,
of Chemicals. AMES 1 & LIVELY.
luMic-n nl ob the also This and witnessed i pure
!, can ? phs'Ivith case WHS seen by more thin five work.man-likc and style
&c. address the subscriber. at' Bcrzclia Columbia manner and of the beet
IWIn1IJri.. hogs rt ,k cattle, farming utensils, trims. Ga. I hundred person I )have the Cancrr now in my pos- Apiil5JW6.I 14 _____ __ __ on shortest notice and most reasonable terms material Purchasersvill please

1 thvith) all Uu c>in; foddor, tc, made this season.Apnlv county JOHN B WIIlTKIIEAn.Augiibt2 f'f'ioo,nnll any person eausoc it l h) calling my office Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the hut t eight in
either 111 or by letter nt Micco it'. in"in G iritlin. Thi1case was witnessed by business years be
person ir::;<,;. tds-3l tr. at this place he thinks it to particular ask for
Executor unneewary recommend ,
MOOUK.NEW A SUPERIOR article for Table Just
OcU3. -. 43 (} W. THOMAS JONES, of ( riullr.Dr. UPC. reV himself any further to the public as !
/ regards
- wived
India Rubber Packing. MARTIN his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he Dr. C. McLane's Cele-
2S5C. 14
: COO DS. R W. WILSON Apsml 5.
assures all that favor him with a call, good vork and
Rubber Pairing, of nil tlm-kne I cs. from 3- F. CKEXSHAW, "

., INDIA( i iix1!', constantly on hand at. F). LADD. I do peitify, thit my!elf, and I many others! hf II M Flower 'J ars. cheap Having prices.removed from the old! stand (t'rmerlkno't'D brated VERMIFUGE and

JOHN PRATORIOUS, Newport Oct. 1 S, 850. 42: |"laci\ \\eic.1 4ye Avitnt'ist-s to limo above PUted eas. A ..\ROE ni tment of Flower Jar, various Si7c as White A Slu!'cr, he will be found at his stand

: and i hat Mr. Hairis left 'i fl'ctty well.A. \ Just received and for sale by of 200 foot street where he will be glad to wait corner LIVER PILLS, preHared by
Shoes Kerseys Linseys and Blan-

Dealer in. Ready Made Clothing and kets. May, 14, 1S52. April, 1S5C. 14 D!!. 1, 1855. 48 &&Htm' (C
-- )
Gentlemen's Farnbhin* Goods. 10 000 YARDS assorted Kerseys and I Ga To A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. ---- - "'
PIau!', the Afflicted ;Jof nil Coiitlilioiis.I N E W"G0l f) S ,

-- -4_.' .- 1.O HI yards Wool and Cotton and 1 Wool Liuscys, do certify that I was mo!t horribly afflicted with RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHASSE FLA. SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh

/ ntn nay rcreiring my Fall and Winter supj 1.000) pairs grey miicd and white Blanket, a Cancer on my upper lip, which caused me pain in Important Improvement in Artistic TOWLE & MYERS

a 1,000 pairs Ilnnsct P.ioganc. dcscribable. After trying the skill of all the rno'tcmm'7lf A HE now receiving bY' recent
> of Cloth, Ctuxsimercs, Vest ings, fy, "J With Wool hats Onabiirg!, and suds like niti- N\\'b\vKm\ that I could heir: of, and that Dentistry t1_ a rri vala from New York,11 fa h- Pa., and take no

des for Plantation<, ia any quantity, without rtlif, I gave up my rase as hopeless, and asI BY which) the face is restored to its original contour, ,ionable and well selected stock of
: and ( other
'P'- Every Color., Style Jlialily, byD.. LADD.Newport I thought, with death staring: me in t the fc.\ Hut furtun and with it; the loss of the teeth supplied 'HO as Watches nnd Jewelry, as there are various

Oct. 18, 1850. 42 :itc'v' f.tISIS', 1 beard of Dr. ,V. R, Moscley's( great to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may .
: rhich I (tai prepared 10 7n(1e vp in the mo .. the t treatment of this disease and blrpsllrt. bo seen; also temporary sets inserted on Consisting of gentlemen's gold huutirlever?, ladies other preparations now
--- -- ------- -- "n'el'1111 as a
t gold silver lever ,
I'ash'wnablc sfun sftort notice I placed mysclfnndi-r hi* treatment, andinrino tiiittu Piirchn, hunting anchor, It-pine and
and Sale Stable.
Livery quartier ; Cameo, M<>!aic, Coral anti all gold before the
; month from tin titno he eoinnKiicd I \.':. ]rl'cctly' In a few hours, so that persons having teeth removed boporn pins and earring, noikl.icco, anti I public pur-
AND REASONABLE TERMS. B uivh-rsigncd gives no- pound and have beets Joc\er-'iiice. gold jet eros .
hive biibt-litute
'I'Jl an1If1'Cliltel.ChIln.n' .
can : a complete
: sea bosom pins and lockets for Lair
t lice that he has daguerreotypes -
-ALSOA pur ELIZABETH JINKS. : teeth.traclcl, and a'lvk given to porting to be Vermifuge
parents ; gold and hair bracelets
chased the Livery Stable of, ; a large suitiucntof
County.a., May 27, IS{& :in 1"/.110 time ami! trfp.tmeutfthe
LARGE As D WELL SELKCTKD STOCK Ol managi-ment floe plain, diamond, !
ruby pearl met aDd
William I 11. V\vwim, in Tallahassee, togetheriih thegiHw g nay
teeth zrnli*. All operations' warraiite-d! to suit the most cornelian finger rings % and Liver ; Pills. All
] will of (lie establishment, and tluil he is now ; gentlemen's diamond ins ;
CLOTHING Horrible Case of Cancer Cured fastidious.iiI practice in the principal towns sleeve buttons
prepared to carry on the business in all its I luiindif, cameo, onyx amid coiuolian ; u
(>nwBting of every garment snitable f'r winter wear.iifhas and promises the public with good accommodation* BY JilL W It. )MOSELEY, M. D. Ihioiishoiit the State. References : the Faculty of great variety of studs, line gold, vest fob and guard [ others, in comparisonwith

; Cloaks Ta1mJs, Coats Vests, Pjuits, Ac, frc., in his line on reasonable tel ms. I do certify that I was for ID any years tHsdilynhiic.} .he Ohio College of Denial Surgfry, stud tLose who chains seals, keys gold and siter pen and pencil caVes I

which: will be Jisjxjsed *>f at low prices. RICHARD SAUNDERS.N. ted with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the !lip, is d.\ily\ operating for. and gold, silver and steel spectacle, gold nod silver Dr. MCLANE'S, arewort

Also, a lirge lot(f Plain and Fancy film-Is, Coll.irs, B-James T. herring IS my duly asithomizeilagent. } remedies I cmihl. hear of,but found no relief. I finally Ap'il2C= 1856. 17 thimbles. > .

Lrnden-hirti. Cravats Slocks, Hosiery, Ac. AcTl.o I.mlIf: Dr. W. R. Moselcj'a great succr in tins
and has entire control uf the business, rej re Town for Sale. Fine Cutlery and Gnus. s. ; -
c dcwriug a thorough out-fit will consult their i-uling me as fully as if I was personally pre ont. treatment of Cancer alfcctions, and viiitcil him at Property Dinner nnd 'breakfast knives without
fork knives
own interests by giving me n call aaI the nho\' ar- RICHARD MAUNDERS.Sep. ; (:iiiUm, and in tin- course of six weeks Jie had the Can- J under-i!ned offers at private sale, the fullow-. and forks in setts, carvers and steel fine, 'The GENUINE McLane's
TilE single,
ti'lcs have been selected with gieat'carc, and with a 'rill ]. I would advise all that afflicted pock .
G, 1S3C. SO; c : removc' are ; described property, known ao the Jrais Lots, et cutlery shears, scissors and
fpecialiiow to their adaptatioH to this market. --- .-.--- with the difHse: to visit him and have their health viz : Ixt3 No- 3, 25, 27, :M, 1S, 110 141, 142, 143, h barrelled laminated steel and stub razors twist; time double Vermifuge and Liver
October, 1856. ly-42 Dissolution of ip.t"red. IIi i*, beyond all kind of doubt) the inojt guns, common
_ Co-Partnership. 111 j I. 2ii, 227. 2S5. 23'JF2io, 2-11. 212. 213, 244. 245, guns shot pouches: of various patterns, flue anil
-- ----- I :; paitn iship heretofore existing bctWf'lII.Tolm skilful Canter doctor iu the Southern States.Chciokee 248, 21R, 250, 252, 253, 254, 25fi, 257 25S, 2C3, all common powder flail, cleaning: nlt.Ely'e. andwads Pills can now be had at
in thc oii' tnal plan of the city Tallahassee..
A. B. CLARKE Brfcome and ItuIrt! Heir in the weighing, storage wad ctitttis, and materialfor gunsmiths.
Rri-rir\c Dr. J. D. Martin, Giiflin, Ga. Dr. J.
j5- 1 ; ail
and selling cotton businepi.! i is this dnv dissolvedby -ALSO- Silver and respectable
I'Ja'c(1uc.. Drug
Y. M. Pncket Harrid county, Texas ; Gieer Bishop, ,
now receiving his Fall nod Winter Stock of mutual consent BROOME A HEIR Griffin, Ca.Sci..hns Lots Ko!. 1,2.3, 1, f>, 6, 7, 10 S. Cwunly qr. Silver table, desert and tea spoons silver forks,
Is August 11, 135C.; 33 soup Stores.
Goods, suitable for -.\ LI 0- and cream ladle! butter and pickle knives; pated! .

M y 1M A J1 Breast can be Cured. Lots Ni.- 4, 12, 13, 15, 1C, 22, 25, 20, ,10iS, 61 forks and spoons, waiters, castors, cake and) fruit baskets FLEMING BRO'S -
New Co-Partnership. electro pitted tea nets and commuiion ,
LET THE PUBLIC READ C2, in the South i County quarter. ,
consisting in part of Eiench and Knglish Cloth' ?, Cnwi i ROBERT: HEIR AND JOHN 1'. COLEs have this I:; merey to the rJHictcd.] and the gratitude and hijh The aliovo described! property formerly belonged butter, sug-ir.: and cream dioliM chamber and pallor 00 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH; 'P A.
and of all color*, and of the Ixftqn-il-: candletti'ks t i saltcellars, holders 9
(' Vcstings aco jsrtTItfld1ij! ) in the Lu-jin'a of I fiiUrtam of DR. MOSELEY to (tov. Brown. For further information and term, boquet card and

L ity which he is prepared to manufacture to order on weighing. storage, and I Milling cotton,and aho to make opinion iind] 1'ln'*ic Lu, I detm it my duty mention as a Surgeon(the case which will be liberal,apply to A. PeiryAmakei, Esq., flower baskets, and briltinnia wure.Miscllaneons Sole Proprietors.SCO .

the nllt-fl-JSOl1lh1e terms nnd in the most libeial advuncci: on cutlvii tent to their care. of my ,vifc. Imping at the fame time that all persviis Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. Articles. VILA MEAD,

, FASHIONABLE MANNER, HEIR A COLES. similarly) Tiiptcd( may \he bom fitted) by it. In the CHARLES P. MANNING. Ladies icticnles, satchel', work boxes, pearl Berliniron No. Ill, Charter St New Orleans.

Together with a general assortment of August 14. lS5fi.. 33 first |11:1/t of this year: my wife had several mull lumps Until sold, the above property will be for r(nl. and morocco port monaies, pearl card cases, co- General Wholesale agent for the Southern Statta, to
-- -- --- to make their appearance in her breast; they continued A. PERRY ,A IAKEl{, n\l! .\..?, ccr tl necklaces and armlets,jet bracelets, whom all orders must be addressed. *

HEADY-MADE CLOTHING Valuable Plantation for increase in size until the whole breast bucamc February: 16, 1856. 7-tf necklaces, and bosom pins napkin rings, hair and toothbrushes Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard Jr, Miles

that witt compare favorably with any stock of Cloth a rtisca"cd mass, and vry painful. I procured the ________ ,hat revivers shell buffalo, india rubber and Nash & Co, Tallahassee Fla; J. S. M. DIT 8on.

itJ/r ever whibiled for sale in this city, con'-itting of Sale. best medical aid in the city of Rome nnrl 1 notwithstanding Cod Liver Oil.FRESH ivory combs, china and wax dolls, razor strops and Quincy; Gardner A Mill, ewport; W. T. Carpenter -

Fine Black and Colored 1 Cloth and Frock Coats' r "lIE Plantation known as Cotton Land, belonging the earnest and lithful alt*:ntion of the rnot A PURE of the celebrated Bramls" He mouey belts cigar cases, feather dusters, pallor and t Co, Waukeenah ; Mosely & Pope. Madwon ,

r'aocy.Caasimere and Beaver Frock ai.d Business to the estate of the late J. hn W.Ootten. eilualed skilful physiciai.s, she c-uitinucd to grow worse and Clark t Co, it nu 1at(>''. door bells, bohemim glass and china vases and baskets Palmer
Coats ten miles North Ea-t (Tallahassee, H f.r sal*. The worse, until they gave the ease up as incurable nut! For atc by AMEb,t LIVELY terra cotta vases and pitchers,perfume bottles, W. Rogers A Co' ChatUbooehee; Bausch k Widgeon

Black and colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- tract contains 1790) acres of first rate land, 1000 of ad vised amputation. I was advised by many of my Aprils, 185G. 11 jewel cases, centre suspension and side lamps lamp Marianna; Nicholson A Zeigler BaiDbridg, OaD. ;

Sack Surtouts, which is cleared. On the premises ale negme cabinS friends to iiait DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin (::1\., shades, chimneys and wicks violins and bows guitars, IL Dickinson Cainbridge ; E. Seixas, ThomaiTilIe.Ga ,

P !h"1 Black aud Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere gin house and screw, and other usual plantation \\hich, I did) and, astonishing as it may peem, he had Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. banjos, tambourines accordeons, clarionets flutes and ,

Pants, improvements, nil in good 1 repair. There is an abundance hn entirely c/lrllli J.i1l one month I and A'C t* IUHD OF time 3t LANIER CORN fifes, guitar nod violin strings, fiue cologne and other February 23, 1856. 8-ly
Best Grenadine Barathea, Satin and Cloth! Vests, of good w.itcr on the place. For terms of pale itt guud htallh !! wouM advise nil who are aiiliuted 1\\\J A A MILLS for sale approved the SII" rilJcr. TJiesc perfumery, and a general asortmeut of Toys. .

F.mcy Velvet, Cassimcre Silk and Cabhmere do., orothcr information apply to the subscriber in Talla with Scirrhus, and I Cancerous affections, to visit the Mills have been for some by time in use through this!regi.n Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the BlackSmlthing.XT

White Silk do, liaracc. F. R. CO]TEN, ExtV. Doctor without delay, as I am satiiliod by cxpeiio.cc and lower of and sat best manner. JIE Undersigned have formed

Gent Shawl', Dressing Robes, Fine Shuts Silk, Aug. SO 185C. o5 and obrv.iliun, that ho is the most ekillful phyti''i.ui i*(lClion. grinding I part with Georgia case 40 bushels give and perfect the rise October 20, 1865 42 a co-partnership> for th.pnrE -.
in the Southern SUtcs.iu the treatment of that horrible E of on'the Blaeksmithing
Cotton and Merino Under !hrts. carrying
in time ith lest than the
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.' disease-Cauccr. day vv ordinary gin power ap Business in all iU various branches. Particular
Cauto; Flaiinel and Jeans Drawers.
I\ic.ltl! it. Tlie maker furnishes a hand to it Insolvent Estate Notice.
put up;
WILLIAM II. MITCHELL attention i. given to Carriage and Spring Work
:. GROWTH OF 1655. ani I warranted to satisfaction.
-'ALSO- one give
M. E. lITCJIELL.Pall.1'feT tvcry State of Florida, ) and to laying Axles of aU'kindaof Vehicle The
A general aiwortment of Fancy nnd Black Silk amiSatin I" UTA Uapa, Flat Turnip Cabbage, Beet", lcj of J. W. IJmJbw'y, Home Ga. Call and examine them at LADD'S. County of Leon. fALL shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of IrYB-Bro-
Stocks, Tics and Cravat, Collars, colored and just received, Rome, Go.: October 25.! 18B1. April 21,1855. persons having claims against the Estate of kaw, aud special attention given to hor -.bocing.-
*white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread Jinkins late of Leon Farming implement of every description done to order.
fi ( 1. county, deceased
January 165(5.
4 do. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and 0 A :a. D Notice. ore hereby notified to present the same to the Judgeof P. B. BROKAW.

Silk Handkerchiefs Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle ALL that desirous of themselves Probate, of Leon County, at In* office iu Tallahassee i H. B. FITTS.
: are availing months after date I shall final -
Tax Collector's Sale. persona present my ac-
Thread and Marino Hose Ac Ac. CALL AND SIX Jan. 12, 1856. 2-ly
i ,
on or before the firSt in
of DR. MOSELKY'S services, will find him nt and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probateof Monday December next, ,
BUY. | )Y virtue of I the authority in me vested by law, I .
Gadsden as executor Kicbard Caniochan
October 18, 1856. 42 .13 will expose for sale at the town of Ridleysville, county -
(GIA late of Charleston, So. Ca, deceased and ask for a D. W. GWYNN
iLl the county of Liberty, within I Ia1 I hours, on the -<*--
-- in Patient boarded at ?1 per day, or ?16 per month. di.juidsou: from my administration of said "late. Judge of Probate.
first Monday February, 1857, all the lands in said
Notice.OTFiCEPrr.AsnOEaRR.Co FEES: in all cases, to be agreed upon before untl r'tak.n. JAMES BETTNER. May 24, 18f6. 21 DR. T. J. CUR LEE, ,
county, known as Foal>' l'Ulchlt.'s.'CJ os thepiojiertyof
No will be received ii.to, this establishment
case October 18, 5C. 42 Practicing'Deutiit
the Trustees of the A p.d.ithiisila Land ,
., ) unless it is believed oil examination that, it can
Company: or FO muMi tliereof as be sufficient to Notice.SIX '
Tallahassee, Nov. 3rd, 1&G. J J"VfOTICE f may be cured, or admit of relief. All cases itjected will! Drugget Carpeting and Hearth TN THOMASVILLE, qA. and JiONTICKLLO
the State and Taxes assessed thereon for
is hereby given that instalment of pay invariably be charged ?5, tor ('examination! advice. months after date, I will present my accounts JL and MADISON, FLA. end their rwfective and
an Ui 1850 Whim the costs and
; "JLl five cent has been called in'on the year cXpcD All letters, to entitle them to iiitice, must eiiclopua Rugs. vouchers ns Administrator on the estate of adjacent couutlea. He insert any number Arb4-
twenty per of ale WM I G. ROBI3ON:
,It-.'mibttrtpf km to the eapital stock of the Pereaeoht and Tax Collector Co. "stamp" for the payment of postage, and be directed FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool Hugh O. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love Judge of aial Teeth, from ONE to a'FULL seth osthe latest

Georgia Railroad Company, payable at the office of OcL 18. 'ie. 4JNotice. Liberty to W. It. MOSELEY, M. D, A Carpeting. Also, a few pieces Wool and Cotton Probate for Gadsdeu, County, for a final settlement improved principle, giving .m ,that beautiful liJe-

the company on the 1st of December next. By orderof ----- ---- Gnffin, Georgia. do, and! fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget for sale rightat and apply for a discharge therefrom. lib appearance which approaches Natoreso nearlyas
the Board of Directors. February 23, 1S5C. lj-8 D. LADD.I ALEXANDER E. GREGORY Admt'r.July to challenge detection by the closest observer.

F. IL FLAGO, Sec'y.Tov:85 I Newport, Oct 18, 1SCC. 42 28, 1856. 28-6m Persona needing-Dental operation. *'OR tfcwNATU-

6. 46For ALL persons having claims against the estate of MILES NASH & CO. ---. ;-& RAL Teeth, and wish him.to: perform them can Vy
R. Ryan deceased late of Leon count Ware Notice. [ Wines, Syrups c. applying soon, have them&at thefoBowing prices

Sale.lit'I'1J'AT notified to present them, properly authenticated, Dealersin Drugs, Medicines, &c. OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, which will be found to be MUCH lower than baa ever

to the nodereigiicd administratrix within the time required received from New York per bark R.II. Oam- ALL persons having demands against the estate of Port, Old Port Juice been offered in tbia seetiooif country'befor, to-wit:

by law, or th notice will be pleaded in bar of JUST a general assortment of tides in our line, Clinton, late of Liberty county Florida, Madeira Brandy Cherries, For filling teeth with Gold Foil tl 00.$1 60, $2 00
Beautiful Location where I now re their and all those indebted deceased are hereby notified to present them duly and accenting to, of cavity and
recovery arc requested such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid Sherry, Sardines f2 50, varying use
< .- on Clinton Street:Dear the College. to make payment immediately. White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass (,f authenticated to the administratrix within the time Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, amount material used; Extracting teeth,in c/ncx
over five acre of Land attached prescribed by lllw, or this notice will he in bar
SUSANNAH RYAN, Admt'x.October beet Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Flavoring Extrll.etL4.It Pears, only 50 cents-out of office f 1. .
: to the residence undivided by street; on the prcmi quality against them ; and all persons indebted to the said Ilia full l lower of testis on
1 8 Y;6. 42-Sw Gelatin*,London Mustard French Brandy ( best Yeast Powders Tamarinds PRICK for a upper or sett
see a fine Garden Stable Corncrib, Carriage hou**. very ) estate will pleaso! make immediate pnvmeut.ELIZABETH .
CONTINUOUS ,) isonly
Olives with i/neeewary
Lemon Spanish ptAn. (
medicinal Spices, Pepper, Syrup,
Negro houses, a splendid Well of cool water and good purposes CHASON, Admt'x.
C .. There are several beautiful Squares oo the Removal of Indians. Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu ept 27, 1S5C. 39 Pickles, $6 per tooth and perfect satisfaction guaranteed ,
&4., k-c. and a general assortment of Popular Patent _. Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, lU Cody instance. ,
West and North aide of tbe f
suitable I HE War authorized -- -------- -- ---
College, for residence Department having a -----
per Mustard Those his services i in of the
EngluU Capers % desiring portion
Medicines. We keep none but the beat and any
which I will sell at private sale. This is a rare -L capita reward for living Indian, who may be very Notice.ALL .
Claret, Cocoa, above named counties, or'aiy other section country
# opportunity, offered to those persons who may desireto ciptured or induced to come in for emigration, premiums hope to merit your patronage.MILES above
AMES A LIVELY. can application by letter to either of-4
locate inT&llahassc and educat their children in for hostile Indians delivered to the Commanding NASH A CO. persons infcifstod. sic hereby notified tlut upon
March 29, 1850. 18 )16 undersized, administratrix of tho estateof January5LI856. named Post Offices,or otborwise,receive: prompt atlentioo.
; either of the male or female Colleges of this city, uu- Offi'eI8l1 Fort BuwlwC, Fort Myers, Fort Cupron or
: .....
eurpaescd ,ODe for the ability and acquirements of Fort Dallas South Florida, will bo paid by the undersigned W m. L. Forehand, deceased, will apply to the i _' __w- 0 '
tLe gentlemen in'c1I&rte-ofth above institutions. nt the foHow rates: Corn; and Cob Crusher.GRANGER'S 1 [ou. J. Wayles Baker, Judge of the Circuit Court of Circular & Upright Saws. r axrxiftioiaJuiioa :, ,- .' '..

*** -FortjarUculari apply to JOHN R. LLOYD. For each warrior living.?250 to ?500, tl.e Middle Circuit of Florida, at bin office in Tallalms-' t CO, and Welch A Griffcth Circular Saws COLE Ma. Georgia. ;. '
: Corn and Cob Crasher I the first of December HOE on,
patent fur
see next
on Monday, day
j f. 39-tf 46 48 and 52 inch sizes .
,Sent :*7,1856. woman 150 to :300 on hand anil for HoN.J. L.'SBWJUID ti,
44 the Agency for the sale of these HU authority to Fell the following real estate, situated in )
})yovcr.lcnyclre living. 100 to 2uO. sale by D. LADD
erior Cob Crushers it is aid to in ho JCDOK Lon V Thomasvttle
]> unequaled any I County of Leon and Slate of Florida, to wit: '
The highest rates for all but the iufirm and New Port Nov.3,1855. 41
;tUf',: Notice. and, for these not less than above. the Co miry. A stock of these Crushers will bo on East half of the Southwest quarter of section six ; J.S. WINIC. EsQ., ) .

..-4Li" i of an order ffthe lion. J. JOHN C. CASEY U. S. A. bond early this coming Fall. Prices v.ry low, considering Northeast quarter of the Northwest quaj ter of Section W. S. Dawoare_' Eoq, I ,j.. i
: p o JDaket,Judge of the Circwt Court of the Middle Fort Brook Fix Oct 18, 56. 423mMaster's great saviug in feed. $15 (56 $65 each seven; Southwest quarter of tho Southeast quaitei of Burning Fluid C. 0.Fir; E, f FlL

.d Circuit of flonda,tLo nndernemd Administrator and for these 5ZO8. Prices uniforn throughout the county. Section six ; Southwest quarter of the Southwest Messrs..W.,A J.Eton, f MonticeHo. ,
Just received and
-':JLdmiaiatrairiz of,the estate ofLovkk Green deceased, For further particulars, call and examine for yourselvesso quarter of Section six; and tho Northweat* juaittr of OF a superior Quality forsalo '. Col. K.E. Buckxuan. J .
: .*> viU eUat abB aaleto the, highwt bidder ;before Sale. soon as a stock for u sample arrives. the NOrtheast quarter of Section soveu ; till in Town- May by 31. 18M. 22 A LIVELY. January 1:. 1856. *v .. -. _M ?

'C v.* tae.J uri mine door IB TallBbaaee.oo Monday the virtue of a decree_cf the Ciicut Court of the D. LADD. blip 1, Range: 1. North and West '

.tlstfiay.of December next the followbg real ClLatc, BY Court t x Leon county, rendered iu a certain Newport, July 5, 165C. 2t The property of tho minor and adult heIrs of said till H. N. GARDNER A..ncis 'd- .X4vo1y' .

twit: a laUd warrant No. 18.756 and the claim of cause wherein; Caraway Smith, Trustee, and t-etate. SARAH FOREHAND. Adm'x. ', TALLAHASSE ,.! :

1, the heirs of said. etate to three bnodred and twenty others are complainants,and Jomcn T.Archer and otb- Administrators Notice. Nov. 1, 1868. 1m 41Administrator's OFFERS Isis professional services to the citizens; Wholesale and'Ritail Dalers In

% ...fland,4I1oreer..lg&sin. Seetieo (|&) sixteen en are defendants, I will offer for sale, oa; Monday -. ,. villa and.surrounding country. Office tf 4I

Township obelUng* tl re ,Sooth and West,including tha first day December next, at the Court House SIX months after data I shall present accounts at Cviitril15.l' DRUGS Mi111IdiNEs,

.iLa Ul*rotkleooe.of UM said ickJG.r.teQ., Terms I door Tallahassee, at the'usual boar too following vouchers the llou. Judge of Probate for Notice. 9'.l5t1.- 38TaxCollector's Perfumery, Dyeatuff, Surgical lBatnto"U .

will fc. made.knowDort the day of*alei, '' '"described lot situated iu the city of Tallahassee, viz: Leon County, as the administrator of time estate of R. SIX weeks after date I will apply to lIit Il'.n. ,I' Snuff Wirjdow.'.GJ '

.7. JOHN DUGOAR,Adm'r. LoU No.; 53, 60, 61 aud 62, .iu the origiual plan faL1Ly.Tj 8. Hayward, deceased,'and ask for a final discharge c of Probate of Leon county,. for letters if S ie. Spices.Oik Vanishes."Putty ,fauufetarl .

\- a,1,: c: ;:. ELSY .GREEN. Adm'x.' : from. administration". ". I' administration upon the eitata of John W.Townsend. lx sold before the Court House door, in and Glaaa' Vare.. 'P3tent Medcmnte, ., .

MU .Jiqo&.J..J8.6&., lzn..U': TEEMS.one third cash, And the balance in one andtwo'yean'j THOMAS' HAYWARD' A m'r. deceased late of Leon county WILL town of Levyville, on tlo fir .Monday in : Fine Soaps,'Fine Tooth JPure,Wines 1d'rmiridiei

ll.J. -.r titles to' be" retained. until the payment of' __July! 26, 1859._ S06nCharleston L. M. WHITE. February next f.boCUU\1wiI1 1 laud, Io wit:the S W J and Hair Brushes Medicinal,ptrpowi,

u: Mniii1tratofsS1e., the'1 list iDdt. ., t.- 'O.'H. AUSTIN, : Nov. 1, 1856. 6w44Executor's of :section 18, township 11. rioge 14, levied uJu aathn Paint Brushes, Faucy Article*.. .

Mkster in Chancery. So. Ca property of ChmarleByrnes} und, ,auld to eatiefy Garden Seeds, Finn Haw. Setfa/iv

,. B'Y.l of u or4 rom the BOD. I Pro- Octl8" !o''5"-. : r,(t. ;42-:3Qd., '..'.. ,\fI. Notice. the State,County and Road t tax: Terms cask They.have, rBceotly received 'a '%arc 'a fliJ. '"/*

4 1ot.Ion e6tj;will. be IOld" o.J4o daj, WM. M. LAWTON& CO., months after date; I will present 'to. the Hon. JOSEPH F. PREVATT, supply.of'every variety of tt.clesusuallflept! by
) UMberT et b ror tbi eot; .Tb l1nio6 Ink Florida,) ; SIX Sadat
SlflT officio
., h.1tu Court of Gadsdon Oct.25 43 and ex; Tax-Collector. drugMts.< PlanterS and PaysfciaWwai awye
r dcxr4 *. the fulloiring' land'to v& The;, n. :: Loon Circuit' Court- ,SKA: 18LANa.cO 01,FACTORS. ,county, my account .. this esubliblment a full iuprfy,oTfyto*g'"nee
and na'exfCtitor of the of John W.
W half of Jfjy.quarter Section 25, in Smollwood P. Allison d.IIJ Cbaocer'. vouchers, Circular Saw Mill Agency. .
Tomuibip .
I ... I Malone, deceased, and at tho same time, apply for a ded. and on the moat liberal term r- : .I;
: M. Rai| l ,!liftodE,-bebDglagtotJe'stai4ofJolmJodgo > othew.'fV : WAr. Is!. LAWTON.R. WAIJIWKIOIIT BACOT final dlschaigo from the fuiUmr administration of said nnHB.undersigned ku the agency' for tho sale! of Orders from'the Country promp: m61 $ *

jflex>e4f6a'and'oule.'to'be sold for payweutof. debts.Tertalbd'dty ,IF appearing, that UM Jo above the Couit named, by defendantSmallwoodP. iflitlavitmade1n this Johtra T. DILL, ,WINDOEK LAWTON, Jk. ebUite. ", ,.: THOMAS MUNWE. J_< *W, Herrick'aIinpto4ed Circular Saw Uilla." .tiou.guaraut ed,with regT-lfrelMJj 4 IOtJtJ : zs4 q-L

18 1866. S7imrAdministrator's 11 18M. 41-rn coasistingoftlsreo. sizes for 42.48 avd 52 o'r 54 inchSawn. fr. Pbyll cia 's preieiipti CODfoQ ,
Sept Quincy, October 'I .
; Wei' 1 Allison, residesptf1ie. State of Florida and in
''t1 EDWARDJJBADFOBD; flf '. : Also E eompowdt'l1aid6fBath.
These Circular the best iu
; "] the States It aordeied find decreed that theid arodecidedly me, ,
q t .a.B PQRD. : ;fI foiled ; { ,. : 1.
) 1' ; -
jbnvinc Boveml
iiupruremtruU uvn the 'rsgi'orauyober :_ .
a-.2fMemMr"ll8 45-tr, flmHwood'P.'Alli on .do and orawwer } ,.
r a ..i1rz1z 11. .b. ; : appear plead Notice. : ecutor's 'N icc' '
| Pattut ia, 'u* Time cobt i is about $:00. $350
} ,ixebill] ot 'oooiplaiaaiit. iil lcd in this, cause,. .Sala
t" NOTicE.. 'withinbar/ months'' frtfnl the": lato c s( ppblwation{ ''I 'ntf : '(d !I hr ib'ibtL nacco untI undersigned F.xeeuloio''or .the lost will anil(! and $160 for vniioim sues, nucuidiiu tu extra carriage, ;.Tax CoUector ,

,of fI.ii. or.1er, or thrwJ bill'o..jpJtin.wiIL I.i. be't I S.r bd.T.:
uuTcfilelter : n ljoift,. '[ ciTM.FW l-cJ"1II1 t lJlnt Jnd U furtharordwJ'liint ; \ | oliny" wife Of Leon county, her bl give! ootktoaH persoos having ,'. : .hr DANIEL LADD. V "iwzhotM t U Joor.be., xst Mq. 'I 10 -
q lxgn an1't P@1den d"ct. d, tW, *f>?i1cr.be: niio&sitionce,n weejc) ip, vlhe estate of.John'Ineraju .11J ::8a1 1, ouaty,7de'cea90dVan'dj demancU agaiMteaid) estate ttiPteMrJ'e, properly -' ,_Newport, _,Fla?'November, *crr.-M 3,18315.... J.v .!.1f.} January'e.'tbe'tu1Io\dl,. ta&.11. tii1iE and} ."

Jali account and vouch- .a pAptr'vritMJ: TttttLb&rce/frr\ ,the space of ". :apply;JOT r'1'/}/.final. Ujemiut.,awl disthutg5 -. autbeflticated, 'Within'the tima prtBcribwl"'lry) : |law ; -tr-t-t---- I', t.., ,- onb & E.K 3St tHt. 2N
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"t8-i e r f. ofJ coun- :lourmintha. n..a r '. 4 1i'!' '*, .Pll1.. fata the administration oaiiIestat4;. '*. or this .notice will bo pleaded iu bar of tuotr reoot.ry i -. -- /' ; "- :For Sale -fl. W.Yi1: tJi?bland ijca er .

0 VIJt if dte tabId'adminIstrali.I .3 Pair d.iDt Cfo\11thit- t. 18 6; : ,, V. LEWIS. .P.JONES1Adm.. 'and all thoe* i indebted tire":!requetod to'make pay. 'SACKS"of$,ALT, cheap for caaK,4 ? ... ---snLt. .T J tato, ,q..1f'1". -.
: UI..HOLD RNESS, Admfs. "I I',,l-p.; =: fW'YLES BAKER, Judge,, / 0 _,.In right of. bu wife. meal immediately. :JOHN D. BRANCH; 1zt r. OUU 'J. P. LLOYD. JAM-;, ?tOIBI5. !rxlzMer.

: 8; 18 r' ,U' Jll Toite-Cervcn. A. BI TAV, CJfll. ,*' 'C S'-pt 13,1 S"t3'1- a1 October 11, 1856. 41-Sv Kov. 6,185o 40 Scpt. 27, 1856.:1 'lt

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