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: December 6, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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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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FLORIDA. .. LEGISLATUER, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1856. entitled to seats, wfu1*.the two latter are not entitled as Representatives Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Chains, Clyatt, Deft, FcfitoftGettia a.

I The House met pursuant to adjournment' from the Coanti$lUentioned. A question however, occurs, Golden, : Hankfen: HeatuangoHull "" oar? / ..

The Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated quorum present : as to whether R. H. M. Davidson is entitled to sit as cne of the Representatives Ingram. Irwin,'Jobngop', ]Knight,:MeLtmry i. ..
: HOUSE PROCEEDINGS as Chaplain. allotted Garden tinder the last' It Nicks Parkhill Pfcfm Pope Rcflflbue! Sinl&sdn ,a1t'riV: odr:f
Ort motion, the reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed td apportionment. ,. ) ,. ;,_ ..
MONDAY, Dec. J.-Contested Election from Putnam County.ie .- 'I will be seen that by the resuHraiiove set forth, the silld Davidson has Wilson-37: : .

Committee on Elections reported as follows : with.Mr.iPenn moved that the office of Door-Keeper and Messenger l he !k, one vote more than A. K. AHisot&jcvno was also voted for aa a Rep ayaMessrs..'Brokaw and Dnral-8.' '' ,f ;

kresentative.. But it appears from tf+ evidence before the Committee, So the bill passed-title as stated. ;
divided I
Elections to whom and that the House .
The Committee on :was referred the petition now proceed to elect Messenger, .
that the of Probate and Gadsden that the lame be certified to the Senate.
canvJu&ers for Ordered
Judge ..
that the Which motion County; rejected
oi \\m. G. Mostly, praying seat of J. W. Bryant be dedart'd was not agreed to. ? '

vacant by reason of, the alleged fact that the said Ji tit t. Bryant :- Mr.'Vogt gave notice thai he would, on some future day, ask leaveto the returns from Strickland's Mutorecinct! in Gadsden County, A bill to be entitled an act amendatorJ'oil' the act to .pretext' .

of, the election and introduce bill for the release of at which A. K. Allison received a majority of one vote, on the following abduction and escape of slaves from thi* Stet; tpfVOTO'fttB; tr
at the time was, ,up to the time of filing of a sureties of Sheriffs and Tax- .
i is, Postmaster of the United States at Welaka, in Put. Collectors in certain cases. grounds:, >, I 18,1855, '

the petition county, beg leave to make the followingREPORT : Mr.. Helvenston gave notice that he would, on some future day, "1st. That neither the name of the counts tior that of the precinctwere Was read the third time. :: ;I

nam ask leave to introduce a bill to change the of Grand and Petit stated in any part of the return sent to this.office. Mr. Parkbill moved that the bIn be imJ e firiltdy'po; tpootd ; I'I' I

: Jurors. pay 2nd. That there wo* no evidence before the board- of canvassers Upon which motion the yeas and nays 'were callffd for ty Hfs&i.Buffington .

That the fact that the said Bryant was at the date of the election, Mr. Davidson gave notice that he would, on some future day, ask I that the inspectors who held said election:! at said precinct: had been and Parkhill,'and were aa follows: r

and at the date of his qualification as a member of this House the leave to introduce a bill to amend an act entitled an act to organizethe sworn. '1 Yea *>M
Postmaster at Welaka, holding his office under the authority of the county of Liberty, approved Dec. 15, 1855. I 3J. That the poll book had was not signed or certified. to by the Carter, CL ira,'Dsnratr Fontane, Gettia, Golden, Gonale, Hatow

Federal Government, is admitted. The only question, then, is one Mr. Helvenston gave notice that he would, on some future day, inspectors as by law required. :\ mans, Helvenston, Holmes, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, McLearjr,,MtQae -
4th. That the certificate of the result of the election was uncertain j, Nicks, Parkhill, Taylor, Vogt and WHson-flS.
of law, viz: Whether that fact rendered him ineligible to the officeof ask leave to iutroduce a bill increasing the pay of Sheriffs fdr executing r
Representative t On tli s question your Committee have soughtand the venire facias, and for other purposes. I and "otherwise informal, in this, that said certificate did J1ot.atate::' or Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.Alton!, Bryant Baia Il a. Cl ptt.Delk ,

obtained she opinions of the Attorney, General, which is herewith Mr. Buffington gave notice that he would, on some future day, nr>certify that the votes cast at said precinct were given for any. Frink, Hankins, Hull, Knight, Mimi, Pope, RovSat cud

exhibited as part of this report. By this opinion it apjwars 1 that ask leave to introduce bills for the following purposes, viz : known person. SmithlOo-l4. 4

said Bryant was ineligible at the time of the election; and your To change the name of Sarah A. Falana; and, 5th. That the documents sent up as returns from said precinct did So the bill WAS indefinitely, postpo e i i

Committee acquiesce In the conclusions of the Attorney General, To change the name of Julia E. Falana, and for other purposes. not purport" on their face to be the returns from any precinct In,. A Mil id be entitled' an act to authorize Richard Ellison to establish >>.

and satisfied with his opinions and arguments. It be true Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. McLeary introduced a bill to be Gadsden. a Ferry on the Sowannee River,
are may It also the evidence of J. R. who of Was read the time and ordered fee read second time
first to
that the profits of the office of Postmaster Welaka may be very entitled an act to authorize Richard Ellison to establish a ferry on appears by Pridgen, was one a on
sufficient the Suwannee River th egularly appointed inspectors at said precinct, that the persons to-morrow. '
inconsiderable, and by no means to create the apprehension .
that in fact the patronage of the Federal Government derivable Which was placed among the orders of the day. whWacted! as inspectors thereat were sworn each by the other, there A bill to amend the Head law applicable to the Otontj of Dtfral. i"

being no Justice of the Peace, or other officer authorized to administer Was read tho first time. :
that office be improperly used to control the electionsin Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Buffington introduced a bill to I
through may t
oaths present That the omission to fill the blanks in the certificate ?tlrp ffington moved that the rule'11e waived Ind said bill be rda !;
amend the road law
that county. They do not see, however, that the office is, on that applicable to the county of Duval, I
with name of the County, and to state the whole number of second.time td-day, t
account, less an office of profit within the meaning of the Constitu Which was placed among the orders of the day. i
votes given, was inadvertent and was not designed or intended as a Which Was not agreed la.
tion. What amount of profits are necessary to be received in order Pursuant to previous notice. Mr. Smithson introduced a bill to be .
/I. fraud and that said election conducted and the Said bill then ordered be read second time
return to-reor'
entitled was fairly, was" a on
to make the office one of profit cannot be practically determined.If an act to William H. Watson to establish a ferry
made to the Judge of Probate of Gadsden County by himself on the row. .
the Postmaster at Welaka is eligible as a Representative across the Suwannee Wlthlacoochee Rivers, !
Tallahftsee Which the drders day after the election. The said Pridgen also testifies that there A bill to be entitled an act to authorize William H. Watson to .*-' I
the Postmaster at or other place? was placed among of the day.
nine votes cast at said and that H. M. Derrick tablish the Sawannee and Wkhlarooche .r
were precinct, received a Ferry across Riven,
Committee in this case the necessity which The following Protest was made and ordered to be spread
The regret compelsthem the Journals upon five votes, J. M. Wilson received seven votes, A. K. Allison Was read the first time, the rule waived, read''the second tune bf '
determine do. Their first duty however Is to maintain :
to as they
The received five votes, Lewis Gregory received two votes, R. H. its tide and ordered.to be engrossed t iocAthM reading tfn taia ir *w
and support the Constitution.The undersigned Representatives Protest against the action of the *
M. Davidson received four votes and M. M. Johnston received 9
.; Committee therefore recommend the adoption of the follow majority of this House in postponing the consideration of the resolu- row.A
rules tions'reported by the Committee on Elections, to whom was referredthe four votes. The general election law approved January 6th, bill to be entitled an act concerning the Judge of .Probate ei I
: .
ing 1853, provides "that no return shall be rejected for informality Escambia County,
memorial of William G. the Of J. W. :
the office of Postmaster under the General Government Moseley contesting right
First, That in the certificate without there is clear indicJBon of fraud in Was read the first time, the rule waived, l'Md.the second time u4 51
of the Bryant to hold his seat as the Putnam
of within the Constitution of representative County,
is profit, meaning i
an the proceedings." This law was enacted doubtless upon the principle ordered to be engrossed for-a third reading ma tomorrow.A : .
render the incumbent member of and desire that their reasons for this Protest be entered at lengthon
this State to ineligible as a may
so that the electors should not be disfranchised on account either of bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act'toamend I
the Journals which end the
to they assign following :
this House. inadvertence or informality arising either from ignorance or designin the several acts concerning'Licenses to' !rekifl SpZiitoooc Liquors
Because the resolutions the declare
1st. Committee it
James W. the member from Put reported by
Second That Bryant, sitting
otherwise the whole elective 1s43 "*
franchise 8 .
inspectors, might depend approved January .
be unconstitutional for the said hold his i
member of this House. to Bryant to seat dn accountof
is not entitled to a seat as
nam county, upon the conduct of inspectors who might designedly make informal Was read tho first time. f. i ii
in this House from Put. his ineligibility as a representative, which, if true, requires the immediate -
Third That the seat of Representative
returns, with the view of vitiating an election. Nothing but fraud in Mr. Alford! moved that the rule be waived to permit acid bin to W
action of the House the Constitution from infrac- .
declared that of this resolution to save .
is :111t; a '
mam county copy the proceedings can justify the rejection of the returns. read a second time to-day,
be transmitted by the Clerk to the Judge of Probate of Putnam tion.2d. This the law and Committee believe sacred Which ", It
being as your a principle was not agreed to.
Because by postponing the consideration of said resolutions,
county. which should govern this House in determining such questions, The bill was then ordered to be read'a second time on. to-morro w.
members from their
are prevented at once expressing opinions on a
AI of which is submitted.
respectfully they are or opinion that as upon the face if the objections assignedby Resolution asking Congress to establish a mail route *
question involving the violation of the Constitution.3d. .
J. f. McQUUEEN, Chairman. the Judge of Probate refer to informalities in the Was read the first time and ordered 10 read
: they simply return to : a second that edtomorrow.
. Because if the said Bryant is ineligible to a seat, the postpone. ,
from the precinct in question, and as the evidence of one of the Ti I t
ment of the consideration of said resolutions is in effect to permit the .
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE, l inspectors himself shows that there was no fraud, but that the election A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of N. O. J. Staler, Ta. .
said continue in his the Constitution of
Bryant to scat to .
TALLAHASSEE Nov. 27th 1856. contrary
: S was honestly conducted, the votes at this precinct should be Assessor and Collector of Jackson county, *; ,
the State.j. .
; Hoy.( JAMES W. :MrQrcnx\ counted in determining the votes cast in Gadsden County. This is Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for B third I ;
Chairman Committee on Elections Ho. Rep.: the only way of ascertaining the voice of the people of Gadsden reading on to-morrow. ':. "' |:' '
i SIR: You ask me to give you my written opinion as to whether a County, and is conformable to the spirit as well as the letter of the On.motion. of Mr. Nicks, Mr. Johnston was added to the Com-1 i ,
; person holding the office of Postmaster under the United States is G. W. PARKHILL, TILLMAN INGRAM, mittee Indian Affairs. 1 .

eligible as a member of the General Assembly of this State. J. W. J OH NSTON, PAUL ARNAU, law.Your committed! think that if even the return had been lost before On motion on the House a Mourned nntil to morrow'11 o'cl t>Gk. A. .
section of the sixth article of State Constitution t', D. A. VOGT, F. B. IRWIN, .
The eighth our reaching the office of the Judge of Probate, or had been purposely M. : .
declares, that no member of Congress or }person holding or exercising destroyed, this House would be required, upon every principle of .", t
: any office of profit under the United States, or under any foreign I I right and justice, to receive evidence of the votes which had been I THURSDAY. DEC. 4 185. -t.
power, shall be eligible as a member of the General Assemblyof cast, and for the reasons already stated, they are of opinion that the ; >*" mr :"
this State, or bold or exercise any office of prpfit under the State." E. HOLMES, I objections made by the Jildge of Probate ought to be overruled. The House met pursuant to adjournment jaormn pretext.? i *
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Gonzalez: introduced a bill to be The Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated as Chaplain. ,'
itself is the office of Postmaster of I -,
The question presents: one profitin I Conceding the fourth objection, that the certificate did not state or
entitled an act the Judge of Probate of Escambia County The reading of the journal of yesterday was di.peaaed.wfth.l' : ,
the meaning contemplated by the framers of the Constitution ; for, concerning certify that the votes cast were for known committee .*. .
I any person your I
A bill for the relief of Dr. George D. Fisher which had ?the
exist the of the who passes
if it be, no can as to ineligibility person assert that it constitutes a sufficient reason why the-evidence of .
Which was placed the orders of the day. House, was transmitted to the Senate. c;.
holds it. In my judgment, this provision of the Constitution embraces among + Mr. Pridgen should be received, to show the number of votes given I :
which emoluments attached Pursuant previous notice, Mr. Alford introduced a bill to he l entitled An act to supply the deficiency" of the auropriatioa of:the last I
all offices to are as a
compensation and for whom they were cast, because otherwise the voice of the
for services rendered, and this does not and cannot depend an act to amend an act entitled an act to amend the several i General Assembly, which had passed both Hcruse of the General Assembly .
electors would be suppressed, and the elective franchise, held so sacred If
upon the extent or the amount of the emoluments, or whether the acts concerning Licenses to retail Spirituous Liquors, approved Jan. in republican governments, would become precarious indeed. Add l and had been duly'enrolled and sJgiled; was tract fitted'for .

office at a particular locality is lucrative or not; for, if the questionwere uary 8, 1853, the votes given at this precinct to the aggregate already stated, and I approval to his Excellency, the Governor. -. /1 : .
to be controlled by the latter consideration, the operation of Which was placed among the orders of the day. the is the result j Notico was given of intention, introduce the following)halls) 'tt fllV
I' following : I
:Mr. Gettis presented the petition of sundry citizens of South Florida ; some future day, viz: "- ;1 '. i
the of its but : -
this provision would depend not upon force own terms, For J. M. Wilson, 465 votes. I '
asking that certain residing on the Frontier be allowed By Mr. Ronlhac : E
the conflicting ideas of men as to whether certain offices wereor H. M. Derrick 464 IC I Iu
upon were not lucrative. It may be true that the office of Postmasterat pay, &c., during the time they were engaged in defending their homes A. K. Allison,, .. 455 If I A bill farther to define the duties of the Courts or Pr'oba'te. in. thk itState.

one locality may be lucrative.and profitable whilst:: at another the and families, IL H. M. Davidson, .. 453! ,
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Claims.On I By Mr. Pope: .'_. ,
be and though .
amount of compensation trifling unimportant, M. M. Johnston 444 .
may motion of Mr. Taylor, leave of absence was granted to Mr. A bill to amend the laws of this State relative to rosy, D 4'or:
the how is it to u
equal to service performed, yet possible separate Lewis Gregory, 440 1
: other 1 1B'
Whitfield for to :
them so as to include the one and exclude the other from the opera- This result shows clearly that James M. Wilson and H. M. Derv purposes. t
Mr. introduced Resolution estabI! Mr. limes .
Hankins to
a asking Congress .
tion of the Constitution Thej' both belong to a class of officers rick were elected two of the representatives, and as there is a tie ;- f.
lish Mail Route I I A bill to be entitled amend ConstitutionTaf" $
a j an act to the tJaLa Ttas k
who are clearly ineligible, nor can the one any more than the other I }between A. K. Allison and R. H. M. Davidson, there was no selec
Which the orders of the to make the sessions of the General instead'4
was placed among day. so as ,Assembly annual .
be withdrawn from the operation of the provision by extraneous evidence tion for the third.
Bills made the | of biennial. .
The Committee Engrossed following : :
on report
going to show that by reason of circumstances the office is .Your committee recommend for adoption the following resolu- .
The Committee on Engrossed Bills ask leave to report as correct- ; Pursuant to previous notice, the following bills werat 'iairoooe d ,
lucrative be had to this extraneous ? ,
not a one. And if resort were to tions: a
evidence, a difficulty might again arise owing to the differencesin ly engrossed the following bills and resolutions, viz : 1. RetoJveJ, That James M. Wilson and H. M. Derrick arc entitled via : ,I
A bill for the relief of Dr. George D. Fisher By Mr. Buffington : .
; :
the opinions of men as to what is"or is not profitable. In the to scats in this House as Representatives from Gadsden and ..
A bill to be entitled an act amendatory of the act to pre\* nt the A bill to be entitled an act to change: the nadurcrBarah A. 'FFalana
opinion of one an office may be profitable, whilst another may con- Liberty Counties. .
sider it otherwise, and thus the constitutional provision would be abduction and escape of slaves from this State, approved January 2. Resolved, That M. M. Johnston, now sitting as a Representative ; .% ." '
18 1855 andResolutions A bill to be entitled an act to change the of Julia E.Falaaa
; name
made applicable only as the opinions of men should preponderate on from Gadsden and Liberty Counties, is not entitled to his seat. ,
relative to obtaining from the U. S. the Arsenal at and for other and, '
purposes; .
the one side or the other. 3. Resohe.d, That there being a tie between A. K. Allison and R. .r "
Mount Vernon, either by assignment or purchase.J. A bill to be entitled an act supplementary to an ao:{ ,.efltjned tin
if incalculable difficulty Davidson there selection for the third ; ,
this construction to II. M.
Again, were prevail, was no Representativefrom i
W. BRYANT, Chairman. act to provide for the relinquishment to the United States ia certain
would arise in rendering operative the alternative provision of the Gadsden and Liberty Counties, and that It. H M. Davidson, '
The Committee on Enrolled Bills reported as correctly enrolled cases of title to and jurisdiction over lands for site of ::1i t-hoaew.
clause which declares all offices of under the from said Counties is not entitled to ,
persons holding profit now sitting as a Representative .
an act to supply the deficiency of the appropriation of the last Gen. and for other purposes, on the coast and waters of this State. .
United States ineligible to hold or exercise any office of profit under his seat, and that the said seat is hereby declared vacant.
oral Mr. Golden .
By : .
the State. I can see no mode of determining the ineligibility in the Assembly. 4. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent by the ? I" .
The Committee on Elections made the following report : An act to provide for the election of a county site In Holmes
latter case otherwise than by referring it in most instances to the Clerk to the Judge of Probate of Gadsden and Liberty Counties, to ..
The Committee on Elections, to whom was referred the t
opinion of the incumbent, if it be true that the question is to be de- papers the end that an election be ordered to supply said vacancy.All county. : ', '
and documents relative to the contested seats of the Representativesof By Mr. Bryant: .
.. :
termined by the extent of the emolument, or by considering whetherthe of which is respectfully submitted.J. r.
Gadsden county, beg leave to A bill to be entitled an act to attach a portion of Ffitafcri county 'I
office be a lucrative one or not. A construction of the Consti- W. McQUEEN, Chairman, to Volusia i
tution leading to such results, I cannot regard as sound or as con.fomable REPORT : I P. B. BROKAW, ounty f
Which were placed the orders of'the day. : _. J :
among ,
to the intention of its framers.To That it appears 4by the apportionment bill of the last session that E. P. HOLMES. 4 I
Mr. Smithson presented the petition of William M...DukflVTftiAssessor
show more clearly the intention of the Convention which there was apportioned to the county of Gadsden three Representa ,,'e tho undersigned dissent from the above report. and Collector Columbia .... -

framed the Constitution, I beg leave to refer to the latter clause of tives ; that afterwards the county of Liberty was cut off from Gads. H. H. SLATON, county, asking an suaeoaaent
of the present law, so that he be to visit each precinct '
the same section, which provides that no'person in this State shall den county, but no provision was made in reference to the Repie- WM. S. DELK. may required .
in the county but once a for the of Dd coot4'
hold offices of honor at the time the Gadsden Indeed from of Which'was read. year purpose assessing ,
ever two or profit same except sentation from or Liberty- an inspection *
office of Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Constable and Militia the law organizing Liberty county, it would seem that the intention Mr. Bryant moved that the House resolve itself into a Committee for times the and.purpose places of, collecting taxes, he giving suitable'notice of lunch t

officer." Now very great differences might exist in the opinions of was simply to separate it from Gadsden for judicial purposes princi of the Whole for the consideration of said report ;
Which was read, and, on motion of Mr. Bufti laid! for f
men, as to whether the offices of Justice of the Peace, Notary Pub pally, and that, so far as the representation is concerned, they remained Which was not agreed to. table. pa. on' .

lic lucrative, and in most the emolujnents and this construction of'law election for Mr. moved that the consideration of the be ( >
&c., are: profitable or cases as before, upon an Bellamy report postponed The Speaker laid before the> }House communicaiaoa i

are really trifling. Yet it must be manifest, that the framers representative was ordered. It was, however, in the opinion of the and made the order of the day for tomorrow ; tendant of the city of Tallahassee! relative a to. ihe.1.iiifiliMmiint* frcw tie L tn-

of the Constitution'considered them as included in the terms office Committee,the duty of the Judges of Probate in each of the said counties Which was not agreed to. '"

:ref profit+ ,* or else:they would not by special provision have excepted to order an election in his own county, and the duty of the inspectors The report was then concurred in and the resolutions' adopted.The River Tallahassee of the Seminary' to be located Weatol- ..&...*,'B '.. ..- :

them'from the.operation of the clause. The exception was i inserted to make returns to'the Judge.of Probate of the county in which Committee on Claims made the following report:. ; : : :, ''
Which read and
because they'must hare considered that without it no person would the, precincts were situated. The Judge of Probate of Liberty acted The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred an act for the was referred to the Committee' 'on'booiH: .. .iA'

bo entitled to'hold the offices of Justice of the'Peace,Notary Public, upon this construction, but the Judge of Probate of Gadsden supposed relief of N. O. J. Staley, Tax-Assessor and Collector of Jackson Colleges.The Committee BiHs ..--.t-; ". ( ",

c.'abfist at theme time holding any office to which emoluments Hf to be his duty,to appoint inspectors in both Gadsden and county, beg leave to on EngrooMd' reported aa- .Jl .. & ti
the following I bills,TJK a .' .
were Liberty counties. REPORT: A bill to,be.entitled aa act to se the. ai .of \
'For these I of opinion that a holding the office of that in in as. :
am The Committee
reasons, person are opinion, appointing inspectors r-Jscn. .
That have considered said till and the of and Collector from that of m. I'
they believing objects Coaoty : .
<: .
United States is member of ; ..
of Postmaster',nnder the ineligible as a Liberty county the Judge of Probate of Gadsden committed an .
the same to be just and proper, recommend its passage by the A bID to be entitled an act'to authoriza'Wiffiamtablish IV q.: ."
the General and transcended his do
Assembly. error power, although not designing to so, ..
House; a Ferry across thaSuwanaae and Wthl 7 .
.. I.am, very respectfully, Ace., 'sticksupposing' that he had not only the power but that it was his .poe ts.flt s''; ,
J. M. WILSON, Chairman. A bill to be entitled an met for the relief.of
Nr-ai # JWTs a'
M. D. PAPY. duty to do'so. It also appears that inspectors in Liberty county read and the ; "... :}
Which was received and accompanying bill placed Assessor and Collector of Jacksmi County and 't
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Which fta read. duly made returns to tho Judge of Probate of that county; and it among the orders of the day.ORDERS. A: bill to.be entitled, an actj eon emimr1h s J :"" .I' ...:..... :".:L:."a1
Mr:1Je1amymoved that the Report be laid upon the table until also appears that the inspectors 'at two precincts in Liberty also W Escambia .. ..!'" -,'
'the'23d instant which the -And called for the of Gadsden which counted ; OF THE DAY.A County.
upon yeas nays were by made'return to Judge county, were '
Messrs. BeBamy and Ingram; and'were as follows:. in'the 'canvass by the canvasser! of Gadsden, by which means the bill to-be entitled an act to separate the office. of,.TaX'Assessor The joint:Select Committee on :Rules _lie, the .

ttMesl< ... Alford; H elk my,. ,.Braddock Boffington, Clyatt, Votes at these two precincts vere.coontedtwice, once by the Judgeof and Collector from that of Sheriff in Alachua county, The Joint Select Committee appointed bj the t QaVT' :
t Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third of Representatives Io draft and :report n&aJb.i# u ;,!..lff
CmtBinsi5 Davidson, Delk, Golden, 'Rpitins, Hull, Knight, Miens, Probate of Liberty and once b.1. Judge of Probate of Gads the two branches '

Nicks, Pope, Ron ihac, Slaton, Smithson;;Taylor and Whitfield-20. den. In the opinion of ,the,Committee, the.votes.of these two precincts reading on to-morrow; ; of tho 0.:1', : +re=." .""V'ronoW1dl.Joint.n o

:1y' $ -Mr.Speaker:; Messrs Arnno, 'Broknw, :Campbell, Carter, should be stricken out in'the' count of the votes of 'Gadsden 'Senate bill to be entitled an act far the relief of William,H. Hick.man'of "of t :Gokpegai 1?:;. ;_.af t1J1J : ,

.ChafreaBtfral,; .Fontane, Frink; .Gettis, Gonzalez,, Helvenston, county, because the candidates had the benefit of them in the canvass Putnam county, .JOINT RYLES. QF TIIF' G .. :J-i': 4' '

-"Holmfrf,fogram, Irwin;.Johnston,fSjwnter, McLeary, McQueen. ., :made by the Judge of Probate of Liberty county. These two .."ffts. read the,second time and ordered to be read "the third timeon 'Rttitirl.by ..we.. ...;;, ,1.r.M.-It:11".2.. CQfIV.:::: : : !:. I"...1 .. "".

Pafkhffl.. Penn .au3_,_. ._Vogt-; '21;' .. '' precincts are known as Gregory's Mill and Estifinulg'a. Throwing to-morrow. "; :? }*_ such pettbnd''>>f risAo'Ofr-P' P.f' .1ft"...=: !
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,{. .+tbe-moU{ 't.ped to oat these two,precincts in counting the vote for G county and Senate bill to .be eintitle4 ianact/tojewpcwer:; ,Arthw':"Macon* aID mine.. T.. .i U ).v;tl.. .

: ) citI ii a son 1;''the, : Iarther' consideration of the. rev including them'In counting the rote of Liberty; .the result l would, in DOr; to.assume the;management:of his pvya estate,.; 'v? ,. Rile"2; After 'i'ce' s"hare c Wii.rtl"'lllf.... W' '
';goat lid r tniii4ai p etpopaed smi'torow. : tHe two counties; bass.. .follows; Was read the second tim and ordered:tot be:read: a.third time oo. duly.enrolled ,b the Cferk.of A =if( .. ...,\,:
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R LE.5. Each House h&H transmit to,the .other all papers in A *bill- to be entitled*an act to provide for the election" of a county 0ttrnal. Okefenokee Swamp ; : "' 'J .., .,
ArMrf | The Gcorg ;StW,>Legulature has taken The YQtd R a. JIIcia11
,, which any bill or resolntior4haU be founded. site of !County, f ; f y Ma.

:: .- RCX.V G.No bill"that a11 I hare passed one House shall be sent Was read'the first time, the rule waived, read the second time by Wl under _consideration. i .t thV project of draining vassed oa-MoDdUiiit.; Below' b tM iEscambia '

for concurrence to the oth OI ittie>; of''tw" la {lire -das bfhe at' it8iitle. and_ordered to be engrossed for a,bird reading, on. to-mor- I 4-- & _""'I'r'0' .- ,, T'""":;t...:'')<1 H."tb ief br L/'' Okcferio- *L T,* _f9wani, With }sl, ...by16; A tcif es* s f r r.'r"'"-

Yi 8ea81on. ,. W |j 4V rg)". : Jt.t tai ', >p ;; $! I TA LIf 'LuA sEttf' : ( ':]I Ir viewsio, If* ultimate >feind* cultivation ; add 'r! 1':" it s,1: .I. ir d
RCLB 7. After each Ionic shall 1'I have their*, A bill talxrjrntiUed an act to a portion of Putnam countyWfYoTusia } ; 4 it. ]
adhered to disagreement I '
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1 r -0\ f..'+ Y 1t Jhl: the :Governor has appointed i Mr.\ Hunter, a .. M
a bill or resolution shall be'lostf. ; / ,. county "; $; $ : :- t )
*, Wis*read. the time the bow second' time atm Y .!1;) 9,, : engineer bf5UIetigevillc[ | to snf- '- S IlL<<" ,,,' j. f.. a. 6I:a
RULE S. When elections lI.re'i)oiniiQd] W:betqade by j joint i vpte -of' first rule;waived,: read t1.e. l by I experienced '. v -: ;. I I

the two Houses, the time of election shall be previously agreed l upon. its title, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on to-mor j vey the locality, for the purpose of determining 249234 25 _

., RULE 9. In every joint committee the member first named on row.Senate I Religious Notice. the feasibility of the proposed improvement. Santa.Rosa, 200 ,334 80
the House first.proposing such committee shall convene the same. resolution in favor of Robert Youngblood, late Clerk of : will at Con situated .
I Rev. S. 1'. RICHARDSON, preach This great area of waste land is Walton, 129 :143 13

RULE_10. During the, election:I of officers there shall be no" motions Alachua county, cord Church, Leon Circuit, (D. V.,) Saturday and I in the Southern of the State, between Washington, 153 ,72 46 _
Was read the first time and ordered read second time part
nominateand to be a on
except to adjourn, to proceed to vote, to ;
e Sunday,)Uie aOlh and 21st of December.-Sttitinet and Calhoun, 71 '! 60 12 t f
: the rivers St. Mary\ and Suwannee,
to withdraw candidatevhich motions shall have precedence to-morrow. .' Franklin, 177 96 _
On motion the House adjourned until tomorrow, 11 o'clock; ;: Co'y. million of of time 49
in the order they stand. i I contains about half a acres Jackson, 431 i57 ?
RiiLB,J 1. The doiugs throughout shall proceed without debate. A. M. I orr c are requested to state that: the. Ii i! richest soil in Georgia. Mr. Hunter's.ohJ r.t Holmes, 76 :' ;8'1.' .- J.:83:

RtLi'12. Communications shall be made on paper and signed by semi annnal Examination of the Florida Institute is to ascertain whether the bed of the swamp Gadsden 3"28 300 55
FRIDAY DEC. 5 J85G. ._.. !, : : ,
,. the Secretary of.. oDse'nnd transmitted by the Messenger orPoorKeeper. I "
will commence on Monday next, at 9 is above the level of these rivers, so asto_ .admit Liberty) 8S 63 .17 _
t The House met pursuant to adjournment-a t: Leon '414 _
quornm presc I ; :294" 36
RULE .13., In every case of disagreement between the Senate and The Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated as Chaplain. A. M., and continue daily until the close of of its water being drained into eiUiettor'both t Wakulla l ', :'4.i 03', :149' -

I. Uose.f;:, -Re[>resentatiyes; either House may suggest conference, and The reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed with. the Term. Parents and Guardians invited to I of them. Should this land be reclaimed, i ii Jefferson, '390 145 178 16_

n appoint!! committee. for.that. purpose, and the other House shall!also The following bills, which had passed the Houses, were transmitted i attend. i it will add vastly to the agricultural resources ; )Madison '45-1' 3CO 113
appoint a Committee, to confer at convenient hour to be designated the Senate viz p- --
> : I of the State, especially in the cultivation of Hamilton 180 157 40
by the Chairman ; said Committees shall meet and confer freely A bill to be entitled an act to separate the office of TaxAssessorand : The Electoral College of Florida. I rice. Mr. Hunter is now in Savannah with a Columbia, 462 490 V -=:: 't

on the subject of disagreement. Collector from that of Sheriff in Alachua county; Alachua, 361 142 14'1 ,
RULE Whenever a public bill or resolution is ordered to be A bill to be entitled an act to authorize William H. Watson to i The Hons. W. D. Barnes, M. A. Long I corps of assistants, on hid way to enter into t tI Duval, 341 t 434 -- 2JSass..UJ

printed for the use of either House, a number shall be ordered sufficientor establish a ferry across the Suwannee and Withlacoochee Rivers; I and Geo. W. Call, Presidential Electors for the immediate discharge of his duty. 133 70 13' t; .
:;the use",of both Houses; and it shall be the duty of the Secretary A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of N. O. J. Staley, Tax- i I I the State of Florida, convened in the Senate I St. Johns, 198 75 134 ..z!,

of the Senate or Clerk of the House, as the case may be, to Assessor and Collector of Jackson the Hon. Thomas Jefferson Eppes. .
: county ; ; Chamber on Wednesday last, it being I I Putnam, 70 25 17 _.:,
inform the other House of such order,mid to transmit to that House Senate bill to be entitled an act to empower Arthur Macon, a day appointed by law for the meeting of the This gentleman, the able and useful Orange, 51 33 12 ...:

the requisite number of printed copies. minor, to assume the management of his own estate ; and, J I tor from the county of Franklin, st'na-I Marion, 3"24 210 86 _
All of which is respectfully submitted. electors, and in the presence of a large con
Senate bill to be entitled an act for the relief of William H. Hick- 100 49 _
an old line Whig, we are proud to learn, I II Sumpter, 1
'f. B. LAMAR: man of Putnam county.On : course of the citizens of the State, cast the Volusia 52 41

Chairman of CommiUee on part of the Senate. motion, }Mr.\ Fontane was added to the Committee on Schools vote of Florida for James Buchanan of Pennsylvania I has become identified politically with the I Levy, 45 55 -- 16 11

., G. W. PARlvHILL, and Colleges, and Messrs. Johnson and Roullinc were added to the ; for President,and J. C. Breckinridgeof I Democratic party. lIe was a warm supporter Hillsborough, 365 173 JOl V _

,,,-, Chairman of Committee on part of tile House. Committee on the Judiciary. for Vice President of the U. I of the Democratic nominees in the Hernando; 101. 40 35 t. _
Which read and concurred in, and the Joint Rules adopted. intention introduce the !{ Kentucky
was Notice was given of to following bill at Manatee 213 :n
i late Presidential election. We hail his accession I 12
-Ordered that thq same be certified to the Senate. I some future day, viz: States. Monroe, 22'2 54 170 _
TIle following message wis received from the Senate : ByIr.!\ Golden : ; to our party with the most heartfelt .

SENATE Cat.InARn- A bill to be entitled an act requiring the Register of Public Lands Important if True satisfaction, as another shining evidence of I Ii 6358- 4843- -

TALLAHASSEE, Decembers, 1856. S to have the School Lands in Holmes county appraised and offered A gentleman writing from Quincy over the I i the correctness of those principles which i
Honorable the I Majority for Buchanan, 1525. Perry's.
Speaker of for sale.
I anonymous signature of Floridian, informs us sprang from the great mind of hii immortal ;!
House of Representatives: By Mr. Gettis: majority for Governor was 320. The democratic .
The Senate lies passed.the following resolution viz : A" amend entitled] that a bloody conspiracy is now ripening witha ancestor Thomas Jefferson, and have been
bill to be entitled an act to an act an act to gain in the Presidential vote is therefore
A resolution in favor of Robert Youngblood, late clerk Alachua amend the execution law approved March 15h: 1844 ; also, I certain class of the population of this State, approved time and ag.rn: by the good sense

., county.' A bill to bo entitled an act to amend the several acts in relJmun I against the lives of our citizens, and that the of the American-people. 1205.For

Very Respectfully to suits by attachment in the Circuit Courts and before Justices of development of the plot is to occur sometime the Floridian 4'$ Journal.Mr. .
S. J. PERRY, the Peace of this State also( Editorial Change.A ; ; .
; between the morning of the 25th inst., and I Editor: Quietude welcome
Secretary of the Senate. A bill to be entitled an act amendatory to an act entitled an act I recent number of the Georgian and
Resolution the first day of January next, ensuing. We with us again with us, and under the safa
Which read and the placed
accompanying the
was f among to enable executors, administrators and guardians to sell real I Journal contains the announcement that the "
\ of Good old
the orders of the day. estate of infants, approved January 23d. 1851 ; also, I frankly confess that we place but little) confidence I protection Democracy. Th
associate editor Mr. Hamilton had retired '
I Know Nothings who a short time
A bill to be entitled an act to extend the jurisdiction of Justicesof : in the statement, yet such a thing is t ago teem
ORDERS OF THE DAY. the Peace in certain from his connectiou with that paper, and has ; to have been deaf and blind, seem now to be
cases.By and the I
possible, suggests very forcibly propriety dumb. Theyjjowever, show a spirit of quiet
succeeded Mr.
Mr, Cousins : been by A. R. Lamar, of Sa. :
Senate bill to be entitled act for the relief of William II. Hick- i of organizing an active police force in r rI resignation to their afflictions, except some
A resolution asking Congress to make an appropriation for the j I vannah :
man of Putnam County, survey of a route for a ship canal from the waters of Black Creekto every neighborhood to guard against the im- I ---- -_--- ; disconsolate ones, who bet very freely on die

Was read the third timegpnd put upon its passage upon which the Suwannee River at a place near the mouth of Santa Fe. j probable contingency. ; California Election election, upon the.strength. of information r obtained

the vote was: i On motion, the names of John P. Campbell and M. W. McLearywere { Our correspondent is evidently a man of i The latest intelligence from this State is, I from a few K. N.journals, which
:Messrs.\ Alford Arnau Uraddock the
Yeas- Speaker, IMlamy, argued certain success: Fillmore ; they
Brokaw, Bryant, Buftington, Campbell, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cous- the added General to the Assembly> protest made in postponing on Wednesday acting relative!: the to case the of actionof the sense, and we regret exceedingly that he did that the Democrats have probably carried the I have now arrived at the sage conclusion that

ins, Delk, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Ilankins, contested seat of the Representative from Putnam upon not append his real Game to the letter which State by 8,000 plurality. If so, !Mr. Bu K. N. papers don't always tell the truJ .

Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, I Pursuant to previous notice, the following bills county.were introduced I would have enabled us to correspond with chanan's number of electoral votes will be I II The most pleasant news which we can

Kni McLeary, McQueen, Minis\ Nicks, Paikhill, Penn, Pope, I i communicate is, that the telegraph will soon
!I and placed among the orders of the day, viz : him more fully upon this suljectnd have I 171.
Roulhac, Slaton: Smithson, Vogt and Wiison 11.Nay I. I be completed from Columbus to Marianna.The .
Mr.\ Nicks I j
-Mr. Taylor1So ]1- I By : elicited all the particulars connected with the 1! The U. S. Congress. workmen entered Florida today, putting .
1 A bill to be entitled an act to repeal an act entitled an act authorizing ,
the bill passed-title as stated. discovery of the plot. We still hope that he tie wire, and we the des
I This reassembled Mont:1last.. !I up presume
i i a Road Tax in Hernando County, approved Dec. 14, 1855.; body on : .. -
Ordered that the same l be certified to the Senate. I will write us again, giving his name, place of 'I I II patches may be sent and received at Mari.
ByJr.:\ Ilelvcnston : It is the short session, and by the Constitution I I
Senate bill to be entitled an act to empower Arthur Macon\ a I! A bill to be entitled an act to provide fur the payment of Grand: residence, &c., that we may pay him a visit!: I will stand adjourned on the 4th of March I t tI anna early next week. From thence they
minor, to assume the management of his own estate, proceed to Apalachicola the rate of about
Was read the third time and put upon its passage' upon which the and Petit' Jurors, approved Dec. 22, 1851. : and learn more fully concerning a matter of next. i j six miles per da}'. 'There will be no otber
Ih'1 I
r. : I I
vote was A"hill to he entitled an act to amend the Constitution of this Stateso grave importance to the people generally. Hon. Stephen A. Douglas I II office except at Marianna in this county. It
Yeas-Messrs. Alford, Arian\ Bellamy, Braddock, Bryant, But Wo doubted} for a while the propriety of alluding I is therefore the interest of every planter and
as to make the sessions of the General: Assembly annual instead The distinguished Senator from Illinois led
fington. Carter, Clyatt, Duval, Frink, Gonzalez, Ilankins, Holmes) I, of biennial. I publicly to the subject of this letter, I I Ii :i iI merchant in Jackson:and the adjoining counties

Hull l, Ingram, Irwin, Knight, McLeary, McQueen, Minis, Kicks, i to the bridal altar, a few days since, Misi i II who desire to obtain the very latest newt
has foundation I
Mr. inasmuch believe it
i no
By Bryant : : as we
Psrkhill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smithson and Vogt-28.Xaj'S I Cutts, one of the most beautiful and accom- J I t to give the ITariannt Patriot a subscription
A bill to be entitled m act to provide for Primary Schools through. j
i in truth but have been admonished do
Mr. Messrs. Brokaw } Chaires Cousins we which will afford its .
Speaker, ;: Campbell, out this Stale and !! pushed ladies of Washington, and neice of the i ii enlargement and semiweekly
Delk Fontane Gettis Golden, Heermans, Helvei'ston Johnson ; so by gentlemen as incredulous as ourself, I' issue. The citizens of Jackson
: I I II say
I A bill to be entitled an act to reduce State and County Taxes, i late Mrs. James Madison: of Virginia.
Taylor and Wilson-14. who think I I much .themselves about the neglect (i
precautionary police regulations : among )
I and to amend an act entitled an act to establish the ad valorem system I *
A bill to be entitled an act to authorize Richard Ellison to establish 1 of taxation.: ; would not be out of place even under ordinary | Fatal Shooting. '!I II shown to the West in the State appropriations

a ferry on the Suwannee River, but they cannot expect to have: their
Jh.Ir.: Vogt: : circumstances. A most melancholy: difficulty occurred at
,, Was read the second time and! ordered to be engrossed for a thirdreading i I : wants made: known and defended unless they
' on to-morrow. II t A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the sureties of Sheriffsand I We repeat, let every community be on the I Madison Court House, in this State! on )Ion.// first sustain a newspaper in the West which

.\ bill to be entitle an act to amend the road laws applicable to I Tax Collectors in certain cases. i alert, in the manner above indicated. In i day last, between a Mr. Dickson and \ will circulate freely abroad. Now let. ns
i Mr. Clyatt :
the of Duval By 1 Morris and all citizens of that I have such the Patriot
county I A ,!bill to exempt the citizens of Cedar Keys from Road duty in : time of peace, prepare for war, is a good Bishop, place. a newspaper by giving
Was read the second time certain : 1 maxim. in which the two last named gentlemen were I II that circulation which we may easily give it.

J\Ir.\ Btiffington moved that the rule be waived to permit said hill 1. cases .. THAD.
By Mr.\ Roulhnc : I -- fatally shot. This bloody disaster was the
read third time I JACKSON Co. Nov. 25th 1856.
be to-day, ,
to a j ,
Which was not agreed to.: I .\'li1l to be entitled an act further to define the duties of the Probate I Pensacola and Georgia Railroad. t result, as we are informed, of an old dis "

Said bill was then oglcred] to be engrossed for a third reading on i! Courts of this State. The annual meeting of the Stockholdersof : agreement between Dickson and Iorris.I .- From the Albany.Statesman,, Nov. 25.
: :Mr. Slaton
tomorrow.A By : the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Company I Mr. Bishop became involved as the friend of .The Result in the State-Official-
: A bill to bo entitled! an act to amend the Constitution of this Stateso
bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to held in this Wednesday his brother-Ju-law, !Mr. Morris. Time returns from all the Counties in New
was city, on ,
I as to make Ministers of the Gospel; eligible to the office of Governor ; I
amend the several acts concerning licenses to retail spirituous + --- --- --- York have been received at the office of the
Senator member of the House of Representatives.By the 3d inst. :
liquors, approved January 8, 1853, I or i FUKMOXT: ix I :XT1.:<:KY.-The returns of \ Secretary of State, and those on electors foot

Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third :Mr.\ Smithson : The roport of the Hou. E. C.: Cabell, the Kentucky election show a Fremont vote in i iI ed. The vote cast for State Electors of the

reading on to-morrow. I!I A l bill. to be entitled an act to legalize the will of John IV:ry, deceased. : President! of the Board of Directors, was em. I I seventeen counties, amounting to several several parties foot'thus. : .

Resolution asking Congress to establish a mail route, and believe satisfactory Fremont, : 274,707
inently -
interesting, we .
Ih'fr.! Fontane : dred. Jn 189 votes
I Galloway county .
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third to all It exhibits without the Buchanan, 195,866
A bill to be entitled an act to }benefit Commerce. present. j I cast for the Fremont ticket. .
reading tomorrow.A 124,603
on I I The rule being waved, Mr. Houlliac was permitted to introduce, : semblance of a doubt, that the great work is I '- I, .
bill to be entitled an act concerning the Judge of Probate of G. Smith, 160
Escambia County, i without previous notice, a bill to be entitled an act to authorize : progressing, various points on the lino of !| From Washington. 'i :
Samuel H. Chisohn of Jackson the
Was read the third time and put upon its passage: ,upon which the county to assume management I way, with the most flattering indications of WASHINGTON, Dec., 1.-The Senate met Total vote poll! 595,333
i of his own estate: and to cor.tract and! be contracted with.
vote was: : complete success ; there being now, as satis i and sent the usual committee to wait on the
Mr. Johnston the of John S. that
presented Perry, praying
Yeas-!Messrs.\ Bryant, Buffington, Gonzalez, Pope, Roulhac and factorily shown obstacle in the .4! President, who notified them; that he would Highly Important !loin Kansas.
: he may be 1 allowed to purchase forum the State a certain tract of i iI i I no way to .
Governor and
SJaton-6.. ;; send his annual message to-morrow. Geary Judge ftccompti-Official

Nays-Sir: .-Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, I land impair the practicability: of the enterprise. A i In the House Grow, (black republican,) obI Collision.A .
Which} read and referred: to the Committee
Brokaw, Campbell, Gaiter, Chaires, Clyatt! Cousins!!, Ddk, Duval, 'I and Grievances.+ was on Propositions i j i sufficient amount of iron has been obtained "I jected to the admission of Whitfield as dele correspondent of the Missouri Republi

Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Golden, Ilankins, Heermans, Helvenston, i S lr. Johnston introduced a resolution for the relief of John S. : through the successful negotiations of the gate from Kansas. A resolution admitted can' vnites from St. Josephs, as follows, under -

Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin,Johnston, Knight, McLeary, McQueen, 1 Perry, I President, (who: has j just returned from Now I! him temporarily was rejected by 97 to 104. date of the ICthi ;

!\Jimsl'\icktl, Parkhill, Pnnn, Smithson, Taylor, Vogt and Wilson I Which was placed among the orders of the day. ; York,) to course twenty miles of the grading I f The majority bought off a vote against a reconsideration A friend who baa just been peregrinatingthe
until 7 o'clock. The House of Kansas: informs me of much
Territory ,
36.So The Committee on Engrossed Bills reported as correctly en.I I I when completed], and will be en route for its
said bill was lost i then adjourned. that he saw and heard of interest-the roost
; grossed the following bills resolutions, viz:
A bill to be entitled An act to separate: the office of Tax Assessor! I i destination in a very short time. prominent which i\9 a misunderstanding: i be.
I A bill to be entitled an act to authorize Richard Ellison to establish t '
and Collector from that of Sfieriff in Alachoa county, The President and Directors have been Time Peninsular announces the arrival of tween the Governor and the Chief Justice of
the Suwannee River
f a ferry on
Was read tbe third time and put upon its passage!!! upon which ; fortunate also ; GEN'L. HAKXHV Tampa. No Indian news the Territory. It has created'a great deal l
A bill to be entitled an act to amend the road laws applicable to quite in procuring the services
the vote! was : of of feeling, and, of course, there are two parties -
i the county of Duval ; of a skilful Btigineer, in the of importance.
Messrs. Alford Arnau Braddock person who maintain their
Yeas-'Mr.Sp'akcT, Bellamy, f -* zealously respective
i A bill to be entitled an act to am-nd an act entitled an act to
Brokaw, Bryant, Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, ,' amend the several acts concerning licenses to retail spirituous I Mr. Garnett, having been without such valuable Gov. l\IARcy.-The New York Journal of sides of the question at issue. ,I have I : no I

Cousins, Delk, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gel'is!, Golden, Gonzalez, j liquors, approved January 8, 1853; aid for several months past, and there Commerce and the Richmond Enquirer have doubt, myself, that Judge Lecorapte is right i ;

Hankins, Heermang!, Hc-lvenston, Holmes, Hu'l Ingram, Irwin, I i i A bill to be entitled an act to change the name: of Sarah: A. fore, from this time forward, a decided improvement expressed a desire that this distinguished di. not only because I consider him. the only
Johnston McQueen Mims Nicks Parkhill Penn ,to take of judicial
Knight, McLeary. proper person cognizance
Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smithson, Tajlor, Vogt and Wilson-42. i Falana; I may be expected in arriving at a plomatist shall be retained by Mr. Buchanan matters, bat' because I, .know -Ida to be a
Julia E.
i A bill to be entitled act to change the name of I
e an consummation of the
Nays---None. speedy larger portion, in the position he now so ably fills. sound, discreet, and just Uwygr--Hmroearora-
: Falana and for other m
; So the bill pa l'd-tit1e as efalc-d. purposes; entitled i if not the entire work. Three hundred and : bly superior, ara jurist, to Gov., Geary,
A bill to be entitled an act supplementary to an act an
that the '. I The original Sabbath in England in the Gov. is well, suited his
Ordered same be certified to the Scnafi p. act to provide for the relinquishment to the United States in certain I seventy handa are actively employed on so Geary. to place

"'?!'bill to be entitled An act for the feolit"f'M .\. O. J. Slaley, Tax i; cases ofititle! to and jurisdiction over lands for sites of lighthouses, E! much of the track as is embraced within the year 950, commenced on Saturday at 3,Pr H. and if he atteqds; to ita| legitimate function

.Assessor and Collector of Jackson county, I and for other purposes, on the coast and waters of this State ; I counties of Leon, Jefferson and Madison, I II and lasted till daybreak Monday.. In the be will gain great credit;,for .ho. is a man.of V

J-'Vis read the third time and put upon its passage; .up'on'which I A.l>ill to be entitled an act to provide for the election of a county and this number will bo increased I II reign of James I., 1606, a fine of one shillingwas good practical! :sense' and g deeuuob,. ,of
p the vote was: 4. I I considerably character and jwill nuke, as he has aTreao'f

+ '***' Yeas-'-?lr. Speaker, Messrs. Alfo d, Arnao, Bellamy, Braddock' I I site A of bill Holmes to be entitled county 1 ;an act to attach a portion of Putnam countyto I in the ensuing month of January. imposed by act of parliament on every demonstrated, au- excellent, Governor 'of a

Bryant. Buftington, Campbell} Carter Cousins person absent from church on Sunday. new country. .
.Brokaw Clyatt, Volnsia county ; and, We were taken somewhat by surprise, on I % ''
.'DeUijPaTai; ;FonLinc, Frink, Geftis; "''Gblden, Gonzalez; Hankins, Resolution to establish a mail route. i However, ;the question is 'this I. : A man
asking Congress '
that Florida bonds
= ", learning guaranteed by HOME: 1'at s.-The New Hampshire named under, indictment for the
HeemaH; HeJrotttoJ1. Holmes' Htill, Irgrnm, Irwin, Johnston, The Committee on Corporations made the following report: Hays was

"Knfg'fiV'McL'eary; ; McQneen, Minis,Nicks, Parkhill, Penn; Pope, The Committee on Corporations to whom was referred the bill to the Internal Improvement Fund of the State, Patriot says : murder of lho .nm. He applied to.Judge';Le-

Wilson-I1. be entitled an act to incorporate the Perdido Rail Road Company, rank in the first class of American securities, Tho disunionists are glorying over the compte for for a writ of habeas ,corpus, and

: :; : beg leave to with the money changers of New York ; and vote of New England. All their organs asked to, be tdmitted,, to bail, For .reasons
; So the bill passed-title as stated. REPORT the announcement of this important fact, shout, New England goes in a solid phalanx shown and which ,were sufficient;: ta tatkf/
*=CWered'that'the%ame' be"certified to-the Senate." for Fremont !' This is nothing strange. the Judge, after, two i ireCul: tt xajninaturoif,b*
That they have had the same under consideration. The constitutional happily removes apprehension felt, con. it .
A bill to !-entitled: .Au act to authorize William H: Watson( to every New England went in a solid phalanx" for did admit him to-bail ihMm of$10,000.Gov

'Mal \\rfettrBeJ'!>SI. the.Sawsnnee and Wit daeooehee>.Rivers. notice having been given, they report the bill back to the House I i corning the prompt acquirement of all the the traitor Aaron Burr against the patriot :, Geary ordered}Marshal,: .to re-arreit
and recommend that it do -
.- Was relctbr\; third! time'.! and,.pafopoh'. 'Its! ,passage! upon. :rwhch without, >,' amendment' pass.JOSHUA TAYLOR, materials necessary for equipment of the Thomas Jefferson. New England went "in bailable Ha."l.on the ground TfWJkUr&al. that:murder refuaadT 10\wa .not He a

Mhe'iWiWfciYeairMr.Speakf'/ Chairman. a solid phalanx" against the country and in offence.
; l r,:Messr; Alford, Arnan' Braddock road.The then ordered CoL. Titus ;to- Witb& arrest,,,
Bellamy, favor of England during the war of 1812-14.
Which was read and concurred. in, and the accompanying bill greatly improved aspect of matters, ''
e thoU\i-t 1Iyut: Boffingidn Campbell Chaires with the military under his command, '
i ; ; ;; Cattery Clyatt, the New England went in solid phalanx" for ,
the orders of
Cousins De k, PuvaT, Fontane, 'Frink, Gettis; Golden, Gonzalez, placed among day. connected with our Railroad system, has in. the treasonable Hartford Convention. In order the Col. promptly obeyed* !;I.
made the
v Committee Indian
Affairs .
''Hanking HeJrmans Helvenston; Holmes : Hall Irwin The on following report: spired its leading projectors with new hopes The question,.will\ bo re&rred to2tb srPrep
!, Ingram, The Committee ,to, whom was referred that portion of the < &. nearly every great crisis of danger to the ..... .
Johnston, Knight, !McLeary, MeQneen, Mims!, Nicks!; Parkhill;Peiin ernor's which, relates to' Indian affairs have had the same and increased confidence, in the entire feasibility Union, Now England has been found wanting dent.. and bbth.JheofficjaUded 1fI/sa .. it rll.Ii'dai.t '
Message ,
po Rodlhae Slatori, Smitheon, Taylor; Vogt'and. WiUon- 42. in and forward encbance against" !them the J, r raaa4v.8o"we
..... >. L..::. Ni.Le";."" under consideration, and beg! leave'to introduce' the following bill. of their magnificent undertaking. Let patriotism, to are'itseema/tb/ lose! cue I .otthe'tw. mo4er .ece
a the And would have been '
( r.- JAMES R. NICKS, them forward the work has been strange
t"! press. now eat officers whose IlaeA 9uld.scafcelI
t TS6thV; bill aaEsed-title as stated. r Chairman. indeed if it had not been so no\v." I (P !'
***' Orde'feo' th t'tb.'Barne be certified to the Senate. commenced, in the noble effort to advance '.belo well filled. ";'
:'a'n 'to the 'name of Sarah' A. Fa- Which was read and the accompanying bill placed among the-or- commercial and importance :Mjr'}informant also stitest6it', 1rr-
A bill to be entitled act change ders6f the:day.. I prosperity political SAVE YOUR COTTON SEED.-The New : M "

f lma-rJlIll. ;' r f" ", ;: ""V '' .' i .T "., I The following was received from the'Senate : :< *, .of.our State., Orleans Picayune notices the:.engagement of is completely cleared.ofr<> &j4, m

\V' Jh a Jril t jmeUie rule ..wantedread. the second: time by ". '-4. message SENATE CHAMBER, Dec. 4th, 1856. a ship of 800. tons to take a full cargo of migranU.and .tr:1elf..eaq: ) :.+ .}P.Pl1. n '

: "fie, "1or-J"l': r.i_dl4tobecSro3ed.for: ::a; lllrd.rea; c.:
row. w. i f. /' SIRThe Bebato'hai'pa ied'th "enclosed bills;'viz :, By,reference to'advertising columns, it ,!.,,where the articlo is to bo turned into oil A' paD.T; mep'- ,.. ... r.--
n atci tocbanga te name, .of J'o.4!! /fnlaT and oil'cake.- .iAtbl l..c IJ' '.7'
<*f I ,2 "J'9ti9f4ja : : A bill'to be'entitled'art act to'declare;Yellow. River navigable ; will be Been that G.-lTEiared's "Great South-* 9 i
... ... (. ... < An extensive for oil qbe.c: dim. 4'a'
.ftL..cbdJ.nir. rno. '" .r ".. ,1, r. : t ;AtbiUof; the'relief of Isaiah'Cobb;': :> --" l i factory extracting: 4U
r.C! : ..>,
J a>< : 01':': e- paitfekdahe'secarid, 'titoe byds Very Respectfully'.' './ : em,' Sho", ,/ the reputed largest and best ess HO1 ;'fron$ the. :wed of cotton is already. ui' opera ontirdy orbHok..Dd..tiI..te, to coat

!- ,; *nd ordeto_ 'ri.j 'fo t prstJurdti.. "; aduig.. ..?p J .tOin.1f '.1, ,., i*l iff i ;, ', '., :-. V /"V'fj! Q.. 'f!:B7J+ 'PERRY, tiiblishmeut of the kind in the United States .t io.ftin/.Khode.Island,and we_'understand that t"f, o0t: hrfbt dedthat'all; U!> labor in', ske'

.:_YaW If. ,t. .. .' ';';''t Y ,f.. .< "' J .. .. will'exhibit:in this city, on the 15ib, 16iQ an&17th'insts .pn. Of:t wo companies are r forming !in Boston' ho r."OIM\r.br' > ': R.; I.

?&rr.A t.ar.".f Jl"<>" i.niPK4'; -- emetittr. 'qrt ..Abl; ntitJ"' dAR !f?"H&mentmacfe 1svi( tie ooject org YlngaJ'rJ, i ll ar q j .! ."_, f ." -Jor ... ,

r'to. i a. J 1) ;$totain cstttiMr 1 ,h >f1\J '" ) ''""* tlttri',I}te there ,. jt7ro "lr Ot)" ; dt! o ''''. -', j 1 'It 1,{ !! '" ."':
? ailo.rt orders of the day. > >. q u'pf the roost attracUvitetai1s i thit t; *& : 'fi' .w.
p at j, : "'; : JiLl .IJP'J'i re..- 4 .' -4 ft'ft f He); ."'T (O ':H r j", JJJ.'f t! ., ,. !! a ..J.D.i.II.a. .outetnrl"I;iutvjy I ("h4l :Ih''!4id i i lf ft..Ia"JOU .

wain'- v tdftAt ... S8ti -'rTh'e' f1Fa t'snovdf tke tt on'Intho'w' :" Yorkfccity :fell l. on jp .uallY! JP rciiented ,pn .'ucb\ J. cfasro .a;;an .1 J n\xJOJm.te.tJ, ro .a. n to.c \. : HI Jy .;" .,

f.. i, SJ .f.J1PrDfw and taul,9 t he.groU1d"{ to. time de tar J bt'n*inch will eotftjpthe t to pri .Co'ttko;{t rryagAf :: ? vJft" g ,ltr ri5a" 1 S f 1l1! ,'atJtt', :; ,\ .,
its titltl i' JM4il' ; i .... ., aW ,, -iW-r, ) rreat oomwefc .. .
aD n' ..tf. !< ,.. ?,. f. l :. .- J'W: ; dnEllst'bout8ro'c1oc It1 "tt WI ofiirlibcrnl IR- public I $: !<* t.w.q'lt 0 't ..l; @ 1F !..- "
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death ok1r..SLA2re4I1$ wy nat- voted tolotne.and its daties from which It-was dif- : BOXES R.H Qmrfble. AN. puatll..it.,. J.M''t'I. ... .
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ficult to tttthdrf TV her rrearoVa'Bnort' ...t.GA 50 .t the beIue$ kUOII -
uiall,-di t l'ttenti tit. 'f1r : .prtiod. in a.a Y. 35 boxes English Dairy CheH@ 'e.d Dy ..

[je JbnUed, States Senate, aftd tojUit oinf ofmiority. the latter part of her life ah* gave' .much attenttoo to l'L -- '. For sale by R. H BKRRY. tmt tIM'1 ,We Ta1t. t : "aI m
Crittenden of is hmfiefaHiire.in begcptrttcmed -Ucsnfifcl HE first of the academia at this In- November 22, 1866. *7Executors ELEYFION1X7EER1AS r". S
Mr. Kentucky, } fowers J r'pCrtTa d term year SENATORIAL tfsor pot. beMt th.j ptt4SN.CQtWIItI
Fatter" that distingnfched! body ; to :64 i X stitntiori commences on the t0tli! of July, and asIliows .
the eongeWd'wmpaalortt- Sale. lit th election haul co Monday tb.fv J :- .J: i ..
ends vffleeember.The second term
tV font'he4t'h of Maid. 1817.It Showas considerate on lbo'Q&.h 19th Senatorial StAple Dry Cons .f tTi-rf p .
;J entered and-kind to. nil and .
especially -oT the 20lh of February, and ends on the as.
nences oo HE Executor or the will of the Hox John M. tie DortifShi** UU Km*?.Ipukt.
viU be seen, however on "fcTence to the to'those most depeudant fin her as her sorrowing ser- I 20th of July. T Berrien.late Chatam county,Georgia deceased, District*there iras no choice bj been people cast ,to.. best Havana CIGARS.Fioa .

record, that tbis now veteran Senator did not rfcnt bearwltn"J! meekness Mod firmness of i TIM amount appropriated to the Institute by the offer fcr sale, by authority of the same, the following thereof an equal number of aDd rote John having L.Stewsrt : u.cc.,Ffnwb SnbdWTSuperior
degree of fondues for the I ber characler I Legislature of Georgia, at its last session, has been property: for James McRobert Baker, Madeira Porf sad ffimrjWiow..*-
exhibit any great \ were ,con icuons in ber last illness. THEREFORE in order to supply saw!vacancy,
councils- high 1\" ill 1 If" l-oritimj ofn n'nator' She was clo!uly eonfinwTfwr I expended in erecting additional buildings. There I. A tract nf land situated on Black Creek, in Chat. I. ordered that election be held in the SALT A qtmntitT,on hnndoW dwp frr e ak. .
two it is
pnWic b't cunsi lcr .,.i.lIc.JreUEbd aLe' nearly mouths'whh.li I will. therefore, be accommodations at the beginningof ham: county Georgia about. 12 miles by the Augusta hereby an said Senatorial District GROCERIES-Bacon, *! nr. .. G4ef0. &* .#
1m tOr : ljn. with oneompkming calmness and resignation the next term, for fifty ,Cadets in addition to one I road, from Savnnnah,containing 339 acres,and known several counties composing There- Whiskey every thing to suit the .t.ot 4tiMOpl. #
'rlll in 1 11'*.. I","" tlVP cztr.iiiit, until her hundred and thirty/the pruent number. : the Plantation. The is the on MONDAY, the 8th December next IB6&
L;* firei; ; gentle epirit departed 1 from eaithiftjuui4i as Springfield tract near 1 law. Nor. 8, 45 J. LLOTD. .
ftigsnccessovthe Hon." Kicbnrd M.-.rhnl1 1kitr] idea that I have hereunto
DtceniWr and discipline are modelled after the West Point plan! A of it ba been cultivated in rice. In witness whereof .
the 10th 1819. portion formerly Wonted
ijia she Seal ofr4i. ,
appointed was under the .immediate I caused to be affixed the
wns piotcctiou of her Goo i -the being to insure to a tliorouirhly hand sod
purpose ; a young man 1 11. A tract of land in Hsbersham county. Georgia,
Mr. Crilteudeti was agjTii iLl tlie Senate, : was ever present with her. Hers vas a Christian's scientific and practical education, to develop including the{Duelling House and ffrmmd',latrlr the [' ..] the State of Florida. Done at the capitol J .00 HIDESf'.r wIiLikl1ehiitptke tv'lUbJ'.

fig 5ervice dating from Sd Mardi 1835. He |jliCe. and a diristianV faith in all the fullness! of its his physical strength and to teach him to be punctual Summer Residence of the deceased Testator, known in the City cof Tailabassec, tbi' I'M dayt'fovemr paid in cash or lf.rcli JJi l'IL'

lescneu heroic the end of llio tcnn, systematic, industrious, and economical. in his 1mb M Rnckinghitm,situated about o miles rou'.h nfClarks. \ A. I HI".1***.
grain ', her
supported the last
LIB successor, he Hon. James T. More- great 11111.1."T. it*. villc and about 25 miles from the line of the Rabun I I JAMES : .Xov.8Z$6.FROVISIOJp1thtyat( J. .. ..Hl w
and Gur""or IIriJ" I ;- '----' -
the Senate the 20th F hru. The Faculty consists of fix professoi ((1111 of themsouthern Gap Railroad. The tract contains 250 acres uf fair
bead, entered men.) The Superintendent, and the Com average upland, of which about 40 acres have been : By tln ()ovenrnrAttestF. : : 1a1L4 I

arj-,184I. Mr. Crittendon .then-Succeeded mandant, are graduates of the U. S. Military Acade- cleared and cultivated; tbe remainder i- well wooded L. % ILLIPIGIE, Secretary i>f State.tST IBBLS. Thir ; "I i err: .' "-
Mr. Clav, who' had I resigned on the 25th C. H. AUSTIN, my at West Point. with the ordinary growth of the country. The Dwelling I'I Sentinel and Jacksonville News copy 'till day i V 8 Casks Bmetsi S. *odShou!
i February:, 18and! cO tiniiintiI the 3d COMMISSIONER of Deeds for the States of New Expenses for board tuition, fuel, lights and washing, :. House is Large, commodious and in complete repair i of election. 2 ." I Dnffi id's Biuai ; .> ''

18W. Ho was elected Governor Virginia North and South per term, tnWromre" $112 50 The site commands an extensive river of the j I, November 15, 185C. 46 10 Bbt..M,P.. ;:-* ,
of&arcb, Carolina and Virgiuia. I Expenses, Surgeon fee, per annum, $5 00 I! Blue Ridge Mountains. A fine spring of vater is : 2 LaN] twl.OJIrS, do. ?- A .'
of Kentucky ; hat relinquished' that trust in Dec. G, 1856. 49-3t For further particulars, or for copy of the Regulations I near the Dwelling HouseOn the premise are ; Large Sales 4 Moltase,50 d Io Rectified WLsiik.y. .

lulj 1850 to nt6r Mr. Fillniore's 'iC 1il1et'UOfncJ ; --- -- -- -- of the Institute. apply to Col. A. V. BEUJIDV Kifcheu.Stables Carriage House,Cern House.SmokeHouse : 10 Sugar:*4 do Fr mci Biscuit.. ,For sale- -

is \ Geneial. Mr. Cilttendeu's. pres- Flour Flour Superintendent. or to A.J. IIA SELL I Dry-well, Water well, and Farmer's Dwelling 0> TILE by McNAUWfl", ORMCWD*-CO.
commenced with tho 3d of- March Sec. of Board of Trustees. House all conveniently and substantially built. An 1'iov.5G. 46 '
nl ,
<> December 6. 1866. 49-Sm .
orchard on the grounds contains a large number uf e-
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his whole service about 20 Craflon
16j, making eigh- I rare fruit trees of various descriptions.III. I -0- India Robber l! ;
60 Mills g
teen years. City Superfine.For Lost The following tracts otland in Florida : A j BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES, MI the I -.

The lion. James A. Pearce, of Maryland eale at the. CAEAP CASH STORE JOHN the Bell Air road, on,yesterday morning a tract of land in Alachua county, Florida, designated WILL above mentioned, at public outcry, LA- A two LARGE, three SUPPLY sod four of lidU'wAlTllDIfd Jlnbbw_! tinj.* .ot '
order of his service LLOYD. ON as section 10, township 9, 19. containing 610 NIER'S PLANTATION in Madison County Florida ply. ftffly. -tqwrf
the seniority, BLACK GLAZED POCKET-BOOK range
is next ill : December 6, 1856. 49-Ot containing the I to Leather, and 75 rwr cant copper; .la fact ..& .
acres tract lies within 4 miles of the line of the 1O4O of first rate Land. !
3d March 1843. He is $25 in Bills Check the of the South- comprising acres [.
from the now a on Agency red by those who have tried them,superior to Lmth-
dating I'eruandina and Cedar Keys P. ilroa.d. : TERMS One third Cash. and the balance in two
western R. R. Co. of the Pensacola Railroad
Georgia All sizes from to 14 :
The lIon. Lewis Cass For er. 4 inches
wide eootantT/
third term. Sale
in Lis Co. for $114 48, payable to Shine & Lloyd; also Three tracts of land in Wnkulla county, known as I equal annual instalments drawing eight per cent interest : on hand br 0 LkDDi'
with 4th March, &iiand re- Lot number IS, containing 360 Lot number and secured the land. ;
commenced A FIRST RATE COOK, Washer and Ironer. a- Notes and other papers. which are only of use to the acres. by mortgage on Nrwport.Oct.18.1856. 42"
signed in 1S48, when nominated for the --T3L ged about 28, with two children boy and girl. subscriber. reward will be paid to the finder. 27, containing 360 acres, und part of Lot number 28, I 437 ncres are cleared and in cultivation, and under ,

Presidency. He is in the second term, \\hich Terms cash. Enquire at tbis office. Nov. 29, 1856. 48 R. H. BERRV. containing 280 acres. a I excellent fenc And there are oti the premises a Lnmter."TifrE -
December I j The property in Habersham co'infy may be examined comfortable dwelling, good out houses, 9 good negro .
the 3d of March 1857. 6, 1 856. 493wAdministrator's -------- --- -
: *\ill be closed on Havana I I by application to Alexander Erwin, Etq..Clarks-I cabins, good barn. gin-house and screw. have on hand Fire oi Six auadrtd ThousandT -:
ol\e.of the other Senators now in service 50,000 Segars. yule: that in Alachua county by application to Horace These lands nre situate in the Patterson Ham T feet of g x>d Siustetxv Lnttti bf*e fsry discription -

late further bnck than 3d March, ]845.- Sale. ALL persons who love to smoke good SEGARS I Merry, Etq, Mic.inopy Florida: that in Wakul- 1 mock, on the public road leading: from Monticello to which wfll be delivered fa TallaJuOtt fcw "
( seniors stand thus: Mr. Blight, of Indiana BY virtue of an order of the Honorable J. Wayles find them together with popie choice, Tur- la county by application to Maj. John Beard, TaIlshassee. : Madison Court House about eleven miles from Madison Those wishing Lumber can aJdrws us at CentnvilU. '
1'Je Baker Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle and from Monticello. The Rail Road
1745 Mr. Y f Flori. kish and Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug I twenty Bills sawed at abort notice.
4ti! 3Iaich, ; ulee. ( Circuit of Florida the For at Savannah Ga. to Williams constructed Tallahassee Jackson. '
J undersigned Administrator de I Store of AMES LIVELY.Nov. I terms apply Henry now being from to A. R. COiLBS & CO.'
da, Jnlv 21, 1845 ; Messrs. Rusk and Houston t bonis non of the estate ol John Willford, deceased, 29, 1856. 48 I one of the Executors.THOMASM.BERRIEN. I tille and Savannah, also pisses through the planta Sept 27, 1856. .89

of Tex 'H;, February 21, 1846 ; Mr. Butler will sell at public Sale before the Court House door I .---- -- : ) I II tion. The lands nre fresh and level and of the first I, .

of Suuth Carolina, December 21, 1846; in Tallahassee on Monday the 5th day of Januarynext Candies &c. I CHARLES J.JENKINS, }Executors.. Ar. I II quality, and tho plantation i is l believed to be one of FALL MTTJiTHERY.:
to the highest bidder the following real estate HENRY WILLIAMS, ) I the most desirable in Middle Florida. I'I .1
Mr. 3Uson, of irginia, January 25, 1847 ; in which the minor and other heirs of said John Will- RECEIVED an assortment of "Stuarts" ,I! November 22, 18M. 47lmExecutor's I -ALSO- !. opened SDd'wfll U ill

Mr. Hunter, 4th March, 1847 ; Mr. Hale, of ford are interested. to wit: The East half of the JUST ies, Gelatine, Flavoring extracts, &c.( Lo, for I''I __ At the same time and place, will be sold for Cab, MRSDAVIS, throughout the susan the reo' .
]Se\v* Hainnsbiie, 4th! March, 1847 ; Mr. Hell, North West quarter and the West half of the North sale by G. & J. MEGINNISS. Notice. i latest and most hionable otyles of ;t

Tennessee, 4th March, 1847 ; Mr. Douglas East quarter, Section thirty two, in Township two NOT. 1, 1859. Ct44"Scott's I months after date, I shall present my final ac- SEVENTY VALUABLE SLAVES, PARIS MILLINERY, f

: of Illinois, 4th March, 1847; Mr. Fitz- North of range two. East in the County of Leon and "-- I I SIX and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of i inelu.ling one Carpenter and Blacksmith, and a good Ribbons Flowers and ,
State of Florida. Terms will be made known onthe Little Giants. I Feathers; also a rid) selection 1
December 11th 1848 Probate for Jefferson County as executor of John i i iI house servant and Bt'Bm.strel
Alabama, ; of Dress
patrick, day of Sale. SOLOMAN SILLS, Trimmings, with variety of Dress and : .
and Mr. Seward, of New York, 4th March, Admr. de bonis non. Nos.] 1, 2, 3 and 4-a superior artic'e for crushing I I Johnson dismission late of said County, deceased, and ask for a i I II -ALSO- Cloak Patterns. Bonnets. Dresses Cloaks HeadDresses U''

1849. December, 1856. 49-5t and Cobs-constantly on hand aud for sale, I and discharge as such executor. j I About 5000 bushels. Corn, dc, made to order. .Bonnets bleached pressed '
at manufacturer's prices, byHOPKHS I W.JAMES HIKES, qualified executor. 20,000 of Fodder and shapes alUrei. OMers from the U I'
'usual' number pounds country
exhibits than November I
This more : 22, 1856. 6rn-47 t
For Rent. 1 I' 50 bushels Seed Peas, faitbfull.d promptly filled. The ladies of TaD .,
: companuively new Senators, but most oft Nov. 29, 1856. 4t-48 i I 'S 250 head of Hogs, 1 hassee nlVvicinity are soIJcitfd to call sod examine
residence situated on Clinton Street, immedi- ------ ----- ----- --. Notice. I 1
in other I -- -- I
em Lave bad legislative experience THE 40" Cattle, at the house known as Mrs. Oiranr. opposite tIM 1.

public bodies.-National Intelligencer. East of Mr. J. R. Lloyd's a very desirableand Pensacola and Georgia Railroad. I ('N the 21st dny after date hereof the undersigned : 'S 14 Woiking Mules, Episcopal Church, Monroe street.. ': I
healthy location, with six rooms, a Kitchen suitable OEFICE OF THE PEN. A GEO. R. R. CO, )t i '_ J will apply to the Comptroller of the State of I Two large Road Wagons, Nov 44 .Vi '

: The Last Note of tlie Dying Swan. piece out of houses ground and suitable a good for well a fine of water Garden.; also H large TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 25th 1856. f : Florida! for a re-issue of Warrant No. 440, of fiscal One light two.horse Wagon, -_ '- ::.

PROPOSALS for the grading, grubbing I ye .r, 1856, in favor of Samuel S. Wester, or order. I One good Ox Wagon, Notice. :
black hearted white faced Poscssion will be given on the first of Jnnunrv. Forparticulars SEALED
or all those I
from section 61 in Madison county chargeable under hend of Criminal Prosecutions Ch. OML Yoke of Oxen, .
men, who talked so sanctimoniously of bleed.ing I I apply to P. B. BROKAW, to Alligator in Columbia courtly (being about forty- 73. Act S, No. 1, and bearing date with the original Ow'Lanier Mill, ALL persons having demands against the estate of
December 6 1856.
Kansas, and the dear niggers, Elder 49-4w four miles) will be received at the office of the Com ;I of Sept 1:. 1S56 said original Wnirant having been I Blacksmith's Tools,Farming Utensils, tc. wtl1 Watkins, late of Jefferson county, da--
Decem-i lost mislaid. JAS. S. JONES. I The title to theJLanda and Slaves will be made by ceased will take notice that they must then
is I in Madison at 12 o'clock on the 15th of or present
of New London Conn. lovely pany
., Swan, a 1000 A YEAR. I to the undersigned authenticated
her next. November 22, 1856. 47 the Marshal of tWTNorthern District of Florida under within the time
specimen. He went about lecturing to the I "VyANTED-In every County in the United The bids should specify the prices as fellows: consent decree, as will be advertised by bin und prescribed by law, or this notice' will be plead fa bar"

people, during the political canvass just i T States active, industrious, and enterprising For excavation per cubic yard. uc-kwhe-Flour, Irish Potatoes, : the title. will be good and unincumbered. of their recovery; and all penoo indebted to said

closed, and in one of his lectures, said, : I I men, as Agents for the sale, by subscription, of valuable embankment. I cJust C. : AUGUSTUS FISHER, ment estate to are the hereby notified to make immediate .pay .

rant a telegraph wire to bell, and I want to i and interesting Books; all of them being expressly clearing per mile. Received 1 THADDEUS P. LANIER undersigned,
I adapted to the wauts of every family, and con- grubbing ; : Administrators of Augustus H. Lanier, dee'd. WM.. W. HEIR, Adm'r:
send to tell Judas Iscariot to move Monticello
a dispatch taming nothing of a pernicious or injurious tendency.Our The terms of payment are, one fourth in stock and ,r BUSHELS Irish Potatoes, i November 15,1856. 46- 7w J.. J8 lS.8w44

one side, and make room for Franklin Publications are among the best in the country the residue in county bonds or cash, at the option of (( ,) Buckwheat Flour in Bugs and| Barrels, *** Georgian &Journal Savannah,and Charleston !
Pierce." We think Judas Iscariot is to be and good Agents can realize a profit of from $3 the Company. The work for nine miles each way Raisins anti Currants. Courier will please copy three times a week for one I Walter Gwynn f

dethroned, this fellow Swan has the Elder to J5 a day by engaging in te business. A small from the Suwannee river, to be completed by the 1st I Dried Apples, Macearoni, 1 month and send bill to this office. I, .

I claim.to the succession ; we doubt if any of capital of only $50 to $100 is required. For further of January, 1858. Bids proposing to take a larger I Pickles, French Mustard, I OFFERS Lis services to persona wishing to entw -

damned could make better shrickcr and full particulars address proportion payable in stock will have preference ; : Stewarts Candies ; Sale of Land and Negroes. the U.S.Land Offioe by locating Land
a LEARY & GETZ. Publishers.No. and bids may be made for one or more sections. The : Citron. Goehen Butter tc., :. Warrants, or otherwise fie will also gfre prompt
than he-unless it was the Devil's own, 138 North Second Strert, Philadelphia. Company reserve the right to reject any or all propo- I For sale: by G.
Ward Beecher.-Federal Union. December 6, 1856. 49-2t sals. Profiles and specifications may be seen at the ,I. November 16, 1856 46-4t i' day the5th day January, 1857, at the Estate in cither of the other offices]in, the CapitoL Charges
t office in Madison county by reference to L. W. Du I Plantation near Sandy Ford on the Aucilla Rivr. will be reasonable,corresponding to serrieet per formed.' .

TAPE IVOBM CURED BY Bois, Principal Assistant Engineer on the work between For Charleston-Regular Packet. >. One Hundred Negroes, or BO many thereof 88 maybe Being Deputy in the State Land Office be of coarse
N. ELDRED'SGreat ] MadISOn find Alli atoi. '! FIRST VESSEL- I ocbsary for the payment of debts, and for distitbuiJo.i will make no charg for busmen in that Department
g Dr. M'Lanc's Celebrated Vermifuge. THEODORE S. GARNETT belonging to the estate of the late CoL May 17,1856. S 20-1 y
Nov. 29 48 Chief Engineer. f gg THE regular packet brig HERALD | Riclurd Harrison, deceased. Also one of the most
NEW YOKE, August 2, 1852. Southern fffrSn. will have for the
Show !!! __- i! master despatch ( j valuable Plantations in Middle :Florida, lying in Madison t Co-Partnershlp N tioe.
A certain lady in this city testifies that, after Make above port. For freight or passage apply to J!
C3f THE ONLY SOUTHERN COMPANY NOW A Chance to Money. County, near Sandy Ford on tbe Aucilla River, [
D.LADDNewPort.Nov. undersigned hate this '
usiog Dr.M'Lane'a Vermifuge prepared by Fleming I ,i containing Fifteen or Sixteen Hundred Acres of first THE day entered into a co-
of she ten inches I rate land. This plantation was tbe residence of the i
Bros. worm -
P.ttsburgh passed a tape And the largest and best Establishment in the United ; subscriber is desirous of having an agent in ----- : late C.>1. Richard/Harrison and has the advantages of : & RETAIL
long; and has no hesitation in recommending it to States. THE and town of the Union. A capital j I A Fresh Supply of Cigars.
county great fertility durability of soil, convenience to mar- I I,.UGa'1:1S r :E3B,..
every person afflicted with orms, ; as, in her opinionit Southern Hen Southern Horses Southern of from $5 to $10 only will be lequired,and anything in nnn RECEIVED fcy late arrivals. Fi- j I ket and excellent healthvith access to good range under the name and of
far excels every other remedy now in use. The like an efficient, energetic man can make from threeto _t_\ ,\ \ \ nest article manufactured- $100 per I I for cattle. The following is a description'of the style

name oftbe lady, and farther particulars, can be Enterprise against the World five dollars per day. Every information will be :i 1000. McDOUGALL & HOBBY. |I contained in said tract near Sandy Ford,on the IJ\nd// AMES&LIVELY..
CONSISTING of over two hun- given by addressing with a stamp to pay return let- November 13, 1856. 46 j, In River, to-wit: The S E i of Sec. 36, the S W .. S

learned by calling on Mrs. Hardie, Manhattan place, Vdred Men and Horses. the ter, WM. A. KINSLER. j I '- Sec. 27, tile N E i of Sec.34, (the E i of the S E4 I THEY will be pleased to their friends '
or E L Theall, Druggist corner of Rutger and Monroe best Box 1228 Philadelphia, Pa., Post Office. i W of the sea
Performers, the best Band and 1000 Pieces of Wall P peingI j I Sec.34.allunR6T1N&WtheS i and patrons at the old stand of D.H AmM, ,
the Nov. 29, 1856. 2t-48 !I W of Sec. T 1 R 7 N & E the S E it
streets. finest stud of Horses in America II I received a large assortment of variety N 4 31, ; JoftheN where they will keep a fall and general
JUST every Sec. T 1 R 6 N A E the E of theN
vill exhibit atMonticello E i of 36, ; i '
3T Purchasers will be careful to ask for Da. M' Executor's Notice. I! color and quality, Window-Papering plain j E ofSec.28TlR6N&E the S Wi-or jissortmentof Articles appertainirigtoth.fr-- I
Dee..I I tb, i ; j
and figured. Bordering to suit aU.McDOUGALt. ne of business. D. H. AMES.M. .
LAKE'S CELEBRATED VEE.MIFUCE, manufactured by Waukecnab, Dec.. .. 12th, creditors, legatees and persons entitled to dt HOBBY. t Sec.9Tl.R6N&E; theSEIotthc N W J LIVE.. !t i
FLEMING BILOS.of Pitttburg, Pa. All other Vermifuge Roach's X Roads, Dec.... 18th, ALL; in the estate of Henry Saxon deceased Nov. 15, 1856. 46 i of the S W J of the N E 4 and the N E4of the S January 1, 1856. 1 .
TalJaba-see. Dee. 1tb 16th 17th Wi of ec. 36TlR6N & E. Also the following ,
hereby nolifiVd to exhibit the same to the
worthless. Dr. M'Lane's are -- -------- -------------- :
,-n comparison,are Afternoon and Evening each day.00 undersigned Executrix within two years from this 'I other tracts of land: The E i of the N E i of Sec. 1, MEDICAL NOTICE

genuine Vermifuge also his Celebrated er PillR date or the same will be barred at the expiration of New Books. T 1, R 6, S & W; the N J of S E4 of Sec. 8T5, R -.. W
can now be bad at respectable Drug Stores. Non that period. ELIZABETH SAXON. '! 6, S & E; The N E .l oC the S W } of Sec. l.T 1, S I
____ : TUST received, a large assortment of E the E of the S E of Sec. 8 the S i of DR. BUR1l0'U'GHS
genuine without the signature of 48 G.N. ELDRED proclaims to the Nov. 29, 1856. 48-8w Executrix.ORANGE *J Miscellaneous Books comprising -_ : of R 6, ; i i ; I ,
Sec. 9 the E J of the N E i of Sec. 9. I
FLEMING BROS. South that as a return for the generous Standard Works Prose, Poetry and Rornauces ; HAVING returned to Tallahassee offers his pro-'
SPRING with all the recent The names of the negroes arc as follows : I services to tlie Office *
Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and patronage that has ever crownedhis publications: : public opposite
efforts to please, be La* tins sea Male & Female Seminary. ;I Bancroft's and Hildreth's United States. Prince, Isaac, Pickcns, i Dr.Barnard's Drug Store..
by one agent in every town in the South. son combined Motley's History of the Dutch Republic,just pub. Nancy, Dick. Aleck. June 28, 1856. 66rnMILES
THE situation of this! Institution is at one of the : lished. Esther. Sam Slick, Warren, --

THREE GREAT SHOWS, ; Sulphur Springs in the ountry, nnd is unsurpassed AIli'ln'8 Continuation of the History of Europe, Nanny, Jacob Billy,
Masonic Notice. md f ng ed'the world renowned for health. It is easy of access for steam 5th and 6th volumes. Jiuuy": Caroline, Hainet I NASH$ & CO.,

frTIIE GRAND LODGE or FREE A"DAOCEM'ED FRANCONI HIPPODROME boat and a few hours staging. ; Abbott's and Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs' Sancho, Emily, Winny, I
MASONS or THE STATE or FLOB.IDA.will TROUPE to appear in conjunction The Principal with the experience of twenty years French Revolution; Gibbon's Rome; Hume and Ma- Patsy, Isaiah, Henrietta, DEALERS 1\ '
bold its Grand Annual Communication in the Masonic with his splendid ANIMAL EXHIBITION and aided by a corps of competent assistants, will devote i cnul'y's England, 8rd and 4lh volumes; Rollin's Ancient BtJbJurant Jim, i DRUGS
Hall in the city Tallahassee,.on. the .second Mon- a and GREAT SOUTHERN his whole time to tbe improvement of his pupil! j history i ; Thirlwall's] Greece; Ro'ntson's works; Sylla, Arthur. Joe, !' PAINTS

dav in January 1857, at 12, M. CIRCUS.iii The third session will commence Monday, January' Pn-scott's Ferdinand and Isabella Mexico, Peru, Jim Solomon Gilca, i

Members, Representatives, and those having busi-- The Great 12, 1851. For particulars, address I Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Ru! ell's Modem Stephen, Syboy, Ruth f MEDICINES, at OILS&Cr'
ness with the same, will take doe notice ttweof. i R. ANDERSON, Principal. Europe; Hallaiu's Historical Works; The Works of : Yiney, ]Paris Mnriuh
By order JOHN B. TAYLOR, Southern Circus Department Nov. 29, 1856. 48 I I/on! Bacon, Addison Goldsmith, Irving, Scott, Philhs, Sam Vincent, I \T70ULD" inform their friends and the public that t
Grand Secretary. Clowns-Sam Long, John Patterson Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington Spark's Washington I Bondon, Daphre Adam, I V T they have on hand a good awortment of rod

and the great American Clown'and Notice.ALL and Ileadley's Washington; Chamber's Misi i John f Alfred, Ik-cky, articles as are generally kept in their line ofbsa.s,r, '

Or: THE GRAD ROYAL AECH CHAPTER Sbalsperean Jester, Jimmey persons having demands against the estate of : ctllaneous Writings in. 10 volumes library style ; Mftriah, Nancy, Jufant and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their-
Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2 Stepny, Allen, Aleck, terms shall be reasonable.
Reynolds. R. late Jefferson deceased
or THE STATE OF FLORIDA will bold its Grand Annual Blaclilcdge, county, -
Madame Fran- I volumes issued account of the : Luanda Jesse, I Tallahassee, April 9tl ..183314..
just containing an Neliy ,
Lady Equestrians
Convocation,in the Masonic Hall in the city of Tallahassee will take notice that they must present them I .
)Jr M'lle Henrietta and M'lle Ro literature of our country from its discovery to the'pre- Jesse Midge, Anne George, I --
on the second Monday in January, 1857 at 8 '1; COOl, to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time | BKOKAW'S.
o'clock, P.M. berts. prescribed by law or this notice will be plead in bar sent day with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts : Peter, Aaron Zilphy, II
Mons. Franconi will introduce his and all indebted said from their writings. The best book of the kind ex- Fannv, Jackson, Candace,
By order JOHN B. TAYLOR, .,; 'i ;, of their recovery; persons to LIVERS LM SALE ST1ILI6
Grand Secretary. '-; ;'- '. unapproachable trained Horses. W. estate are hereby notified to make immediate.pny- : tout. : Charles Betsy, York, 1 ,
Simm's Border Stories and Romances j Albert Solomon, Fuzz TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
Ode the Comic Rider and great Double Somerset ment to the undersigned. Revolutionary ,
will astonish the audience by j in sets Statesman's Manual History of the Iversou, Mansfield, Martha I
or: KmGIITTaiou.u Thrower. C. Morrison THOMAS O. ODER, Administrator.Nov. ; ; Proprietor would in
DE MOLAY ECAtPMEcT OF his contortionist performance on a chair erected on a .29, 1856. 8w-48 i Republic Webster's and Calhoun's Work's, complete, Scott, Frances: Nancy, c :THE his friends and the _
will hold its Annual iI
and Appendaut Degrees, pole thirty feet high, held and supported by Mons. -'- I in 6 volumes. Eliza Tenah, Hclleu I .publicthatbebasrebuJ1tialarge
Session in the Masonic Hall, in the city of Talla- of Blank Books and Letter, Legal Emily, Ben Doctor, '
Hcssin.: Master James, the Champion Equestrian Notice. I IALL Stationery Cap Brick Sublet, at the old stand and is DOW
during the communication- of tbe4Grand Lodge the South. Vandean Brothers, by Helser and Jen and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens with and Jeff, Filhi.sVillis., I prepared to accommodate bit friends and ettttomers ;.

cf Flonda.By DiD8. persons having claims against the estate of without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visiting Sancho Amy, i He also has attached to hw Stables;a gnetl IU..1-
order. JOHN B. TAYLOR, Mons. Caftello the great Globe Performer; W. Boatwngbt deceased, late of Leonconuty. and Playing Cards; Ledgers Journals, DayBooks I Jack, Leach. i smith Shop where he will have have doa all kinds of
Grand Recordtr.Editors Johnson the Slack Rope Performer. are hereby notified to present' them to the Records and !-<'ob, and every article ; Also about Forty head of Mules, Corn, Fodder, tic. : Plantation work,Hor e':shoeing,and Csrriagework <
throughout the State friendly the Craft Juveniles of the Company-Master John and Jack. undersigned Administrator within the time prescribedby usually found in our lms Dt'88. : Terms of sale will be cash for the Negrors. The I the best iuanuerandwltb
will] please give the above one insertion.December -. Leader of tbe Band-C. Vollandt which is sufficient law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery Nov. 15. 46 McDOUGALL & HOBBY. i laud will be sold on a credit of one and two or three very. promptnm. .nod dispateh. i

g,1850._ 49 ". guarantee for the excellence of the Music.A ; and all persons indebted are' requested to years, with part .ash-redit payments. bearing interests I Novembers, 1863. 4i ij

.> -.. man walking on the Ceiling head down, by make payment immediately.B. from date. '. I -- : j
MAiiIiDy means of the scientific application of the principles of J. R. BOATWRIOHT, Adm'r. Dancing Dancing ISABEL M.HARRISON, Adm'x. ;

Dr. David L. White. on Thursday evening the adhesion by G.N. Eldred. Nov. 29, 1856. 48-8w ri"HE undersigned having just returned from New November 15, '66. 46-tds I, Dr.PPLewis .

Master John Robinson in Bis superb Principle act; JL York, where ,be has been associated with its I! &r = GIVES notice to J jl-ieci and pat 1 1r
lath Novewber, at t e;residence of Timothy Johnson Juveniles of the Troupe in Pantomime, Ballet, Dane- Buckwheat. masters and devoted his entire attention to the acquisition NoticeS : i1L. tint lint\ HUT iirpnsirMJt" 01t.lIim .

XaqMr.WILLibMW.BILCK t : ,to MISS.PIER- jag Comic Afterpieces, At, are,i among the grand EIGHTH of every thing new iu tile "sweet pastime of all the latast improTMMBtftfe/Jtoiti-
cOY ANN JOHNSON all of Gadsden County. features of this exhibition, making in all the roost at- O Q A Kegs do. the Heavenly Nine,"begs leave thus to tender his x weeks after date, I shall apply t> the ]. try. lit The extraction of Teetk. wiUtcmt prodwity

TJy'Dr.'David L White, on Tuesday evening the tractive"and interesting entertainment and- the best For V sale quarter by R. IL BERRY. professional services to the citizens of Tallahasseeand Judge of Probate in and for the county of Jefferson para;brrlln aid- of-a local srjptmlDa,, LMi consists.
FIFTY CENT SHOW ever offered to the people of vicinity. In private or in his school 'full instruc- for letters of Administration on the estate of 10 tfppninffaomniSctalfr sinif4nJxtafvtAlMMituntil .
<2d December, at the residence of). Mims,ALEXANDER the South.- November 22, 1866. 47Fruits tior B given in the Waltz Hop Waltz Five Step Waltz, John Severs,late of,said county, deceased. I rufiy benumbwL.r Ide Tbs OTmsdtston.ettko of'

K.OREOORriseh to MISS SARAH E. ,FREE EXHIBITION.JTLIE Polka, German Polka, ScWtisch, 'Highland Fling JAMES SEVERS. I a Temporary-Set. on.,GntU-PwtsKa, waich an b. '

HUMPH, aH of Qadcjbjp'<3otmty. .ISABELLE: &C. Schottiseb, Mazurka, Mazurka Polka ftedowa. Polka NOT. 15, 1856. 6w-46 worn with. eomror,'aa sas lbe Gams art fnHy .
West Wind to arrive in a few days, Redowa. Esmerelda Dodswarth 'Bolero, Gorlitza, prepared for permanent s.t; \Me fewwtsd os "
Will make a grand Terrific 2Erial.Ascension, PER whole boxes Raisins, Varsovianna, La Zingsrilhu Also 'Spanish. Dance Notice. that beautiful plan'called onta'aficns Goal wbch ar*..
on a wire two hundred feet long 1 extended fit a dizzy 20 half and Qaadnlls of all figures. so much worn and admired for beauty,streDgta, aad'''

.- .OBITUAEY.AM. departed this height,outside the tent, from the top of the centre 20 qr. A The latest and most fashionable style of Music furnished A LL persons, creditors, legatees entitled 'to distri- perfeet'c1eeoUoH. -
pole to the ground 1 This gratuitous spectacle. Mtitide 1 barrel Currants, for evening parties and excursions.He .t1 bution or otherwise interested in the' Estate of May 3J, lU8. 3S
life atBdalr; fbelSUi of October last in the 6SthK' .
on and free to all, is-probably, the moat startling that 1 .Almonds, soft shell, is also prepared to give .lessons on the Violin, the Rev.John Wesley Rhodes late Jefiersoo county -
.iir.Je&r or ber 1P. "t. has-ever beeo afforded to a community who admire 1 Walnuts, : Guitar and BAnjo.MARTIN _Florida deceased are hereby notified to exhibit their w' .

,Thisatotple aonoanaemeot vOl bring sorrow to courage and skill and will be positively exhibited 1 Brazil Nuts, TITUS.. claims and demands within two from this dateto =
.'. Jay that the storm may not be such as to render f years THE EW'YQJ UFE E Co .
I "snijr hea "D onng a somewhat. Cbeck.rM. Etc every 1 Filberts, | NOT. 15, 1856. 46-4w William Budd my agent at MootieeDo or tbe'same -
f'" .. d from" ber totheC the- feat, revolting to humanity.' 1 Frail Datee, '. ..: will be barred; and mil persons indebted to the said ACCOtJUTP urul.e,, .....JUOO,000. .
,fVberr', ,a..1ir ehOdbood SAM.- HENDEICKB' Agent For sale by. R. IL. BERRY. I One 45 Saw Gin. deceased are requested tn make payment to my said THIS.Oorapaoj.-snea potides ob ti." .liv. ..or'.u

*th r f 'C fortane the..lorelmess ber I FOR SALE, a seoood band GIN of above size, has ,LAURINDA M. RHODES. Adm'r. wholeperio1 ellife,OK THE MUTUAL STST2Davidcods

f', f i PP pt" bi ioa Seed Oats. Fresh Or ceries.- only used to'gin RO bales Cotton, ,and as Mooticello, Nov. 15, 1858 :m.46- : declared to tba fasatAikiiiJ ," F
For sale low byMcNAUGIIT
good as new.
1JUSHELS.8EEDOAom. for life.
in fine
nn3'her tntle oilare'never': at-> '. . .&A ,
pan kind,. 600 received from New Orleans, ORMOND & CO. 4
and sale .
al boding
tr.tf .Dd. esteem and regard. The JUST Bushels Heavy Black Oats November 8, '56. 48Executor's ,Mackerel and Herring. PIIXT FnautAs, Ackaryy Voa H>Fmvri ifjfrtfl
.?1 ; .
"r' *' ty ApplwfttiomreQdTedjtq fl4Md
barrels Extra ;
i > v 1 60 and Superfine Flour, FEW HALF BBLS. each No y
No,. 1856. 4t-48 1 Mackerel
._ 29, i A and i
Jsnnary 19 .
4 --i- -. fi do Molasses Herring, direct from the Fisheries. 18M. : -; BC1Wi.
Sale of'Lana.I For sale
"fke"l" ata
t.! ., ., I 20 do Irish r.otatoeeY _-- '. -, -
,; tr.q low rite.by : : ::1 : ; "'Io : 1AGEN !
:. .U :"I .For .we.J-;." 5 do Lard SHALL the Ant day January, 1667, sell in MoNAUOHT, ORMOND & CO
aP1.r.t o. t l" ,oL_: D A'VAttTABL: fegW matTcf' about thirty 2 do Lard Oil, accordance with a decree of bis .ionor Judge Baker November 8.1144..f5 '- ; .Y'.Of JiiE'i: '_Nltc'JCAITf ilil

. .' c ..e eo. .W edu..-_ --(3yean of age-emWieenlfatbe rsniy'Mr.Oodbold. .' 20 .do.., '"Whiskey.: ; ** the,tract of.,Land and improvementsuereoa \ .... ..,......: .
l &: .- t !. ,""- j' Reference'thaiwter to -Mr/James B.. 1. do, Dried Beef. ltiero situated immediately. North of and adjoining Tallahassee ; 4 tJ01l. a x.100"BIUA.u. : ---r TI'
.. >.H J"t' i' othras-: ; Stcks.. :'a.erfr Heraodo Ooentr.v 2 DnffieldX Habit, -" whereon the lat John S., Bbepard)'eei4edpn.Yloua TBE &;. 2'Xl. ,. 1.
I' '5 .:: ,-, \; r "' OIDrEUBANXS..1f $; 8 bhds. Clear Sides, to his death. Th. said tract of'!and eon .ud i.t.. 1ar1rJt-.1 (
.bI.-W.d .; rRatdl of. \ DSU:- ,.l: -: 16.1-" .' &. do '.C,._u Id'L", '-. talus about 91 acres;.more or lets which'about SOacrti 'bj .r'i : '.=lOM'0 I J'1 :. ..
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s r.'l. { -: 'XTwx_ Tongues.;'' Tor sale by -. .are,' red stpri tinder tabeiog .- .oTi Xo'VGRZ OJQlO1rD&. ", .1_.. .". "; -
= w #r #'*%:" ". 1 ,.t '- a Nov. 28 ..47 B. BERRY. wood ..'aat..ir vti1W&tb1 aueka 1 ,NOTember a. U1Lr"or ,!'{a-' -J i Jary.'J.1. 'I'.tij.l. -ttJLLkw, ., -.
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I 'ofiers fur sale hIs dwtHing-bonse. n1i r'C upon'm'ffedit''.of.ww'itwena'Hbree. WJdtfj PiBe .L.it4 JRWRRi;

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: :rs .0Ti&Me1i. : "Dr.,: \W.Moseley's lufiimary at Griffin,' Oa, for' the ,NEW.r.OR't"FLA, R-tflt a E.JjV.JtPILLs :

i j "\\THENat is juit'hs'casy for''i: .one to b e around oiobtamiag relief of a very painful and distressing - purchfts4dth juVrfs : f4MrTucas.ns9ispfThe '
'vuofmied: n co-parfnerWp."offer their: serJLJL purpose ; :. Air.,
: V < I V fnUas think
r i. Vitba. .packet thoy'oiily so. CA of tl enosi' nd'ees,_My Dillie was R late OfRJCUAZliSOa &
tioes the public\ of Tallahassee, and its vio- ( >cta > : ArthUr's: pent4irTigh. 1b firui' :
,: ., tp. -. I have got A new "atticle., from "which! from .five to' all entirely 'gone before visited: the Doctor, besides' 'WnrrAa.}we Render \Or.ourv fiieods and the public;:
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ci.ity. > twenty'dollars n day'can,be made, eitlicrby Dale dr ulccrution cheek and about ; '. id tho Stofiagi '.Srilu ,Rec.iihg .., .,
avery deep' on my' my services Bttting' P t'
: our
:.'! t, An118:8.. .82 Sentxiopy CANS fU"r'fftrv'i''Frtt4Pnfik"tfd,3'lnf' .
i buwncv and
t f'maleIt *:highly expectable' an nr-
eye. I am happy and proud! to fay that Dr. Mosely and Forwarding of Cotton and M rcUsKlUt> two.r&Ja.1Ioeat to .
: wbtc1/s""aute; ,{in every CtmTly in the United did relieve me. and had it notbeen for my having to ly used in tIle East and Northern State lost season, To our.fricudii sad patronaye return our.*sjoosta \ orth.A c.,
4 V*..": : .: -t Totioo.-. Siates. Kuclose.me two dollars] by mail, at my rik,- exptc myself to very extreme coIl], bad weather.} I I I'iIl be introduced the titijeus! of' Tallahassee and thanks for.the patroui.ge heretofore extended a.tM. -

\ ALLvperew* having dwaauds a siio< t the ,e.tateof I and I will forward by return mail a Circular'with do believe that I would have had no return of the i i surrounding country by the undersigned who baa! row hope by our.attention to their interests, fa future t. They are not recom.

4 4: ,&)' kt )f Jefferson .<.un y. ue'CKSf I fjll: instruct in the ait. The business is very easy. disease.' I visited the Doctor a second tune and he the exclusive right to manufacture in this vim-imty for merit a continuance of the same. *

J. will ake notice that.they moot pie eut them Try it, if 5 ou arc out If employment' and you will relieved me again, and 80 far ns the various reports the coming wnson. It is ouly ncvswry to call and P. K BA I LIEt FLETCHER WHITAKKR. mended.. ,. as Univcraal

tc ;U unicl"gned duly 1 auth nii Jh.d with'n: ) the time I. never telnet i it; for it ,ill be better for you to pay about the Dootoi it-juriDg or failing to relieve me, exaniino these articles and the recommendHtmns of New Port, Fla, July 1st, 1856.

.. Twcibwii>y lu ior {!.'.rioticc will be plt-ad! in bur I the above SIMI: lI.1 l insure gfv>d huS l1t'SlO. than to they are positively false.As regards Dr. Mf')'eley'a the persons who have used them to be convinced that Cure-alls .* but simply for

4 j .1'1:ur recovery and all-pert-:.8 indebted to said t* I pr.yCI: \' five cetM"for A Spurious advertisement.Tl'is .. skill in the TreatmnU of Cancers, I know of no Physician they are the best, most simple and economical article J3f Raving disposed of my interest iu the late ,

.l*- we beriby .n tited to.irnkt* mediate paynjuit i* no" lumbug. Ty it 11 T'y tl Tiy H Address in the world that I would turner rely on than for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can firm of Richardson & Wliitaker, to Messrs. BAillia A what their name

: to m*. 'ALFRED RAYSOR.' Lit r. vour letters to DWIGHT MO ROE. him. AsaSUROEONaud PHY$ICIAN.he .*qual be used by the most unskilful person without the Whitaker, would tender my thanks to my friends and purports.

: OC1u\H'r\ ***R. ''t 4 -Vilo Ort- New York. to any in the Southern States; and I am happy to slightest risk of failure. patrons for their former kindness nod confidently' recommend -I' :-

Sept 27, 1856. 39-Sm say that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and 55P Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing to their favour and support my successorsin i .

; ... LiLfand Negroes fcfSii. Sale. Philanthropistand advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for put ling up fruits business. i T. J.M. RICB RDSON. The, VERMIFUGE

i ma uiidersitfueii offers fur sale a tract of 253 Turpentine Farm for Cancer. to visit the DOCTOR as LOU as possible and and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process July 26, 1858. SO for

( _J acre;.,r LAND,lying oo the Mtccoaulie Lake, Sale about eleven hundred acres of land to- have their health reetort. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A '

near Herring's Store. The land b first rate quality FOR with a mllli farm and improvements Rome. August & large supply ol these Cans will be constantly kept I ) WHITE expelling Worms, from

t Oak nnd Hickory-about 225 of it cleared nnd under will be sold at a bargain, inquire of E3J Mr. Ransom CPr signed i the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should THOMAS( ,

: ,, good fence and well watered with running branches JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY.Wnkulla presence. PERRY, Post Master.. apply immediately, as the fruit season is nearat hand. nnd beet Iron II the human system, has

t nud never failing spring Tb improvements conwatot Fla, October 4, 1856. 40 Rome, August 30th 1855. All Cans sold art made by the undersigned and warranted MANUFACTURER Copper
S and cabins safe. WM. P SLUSSER. in all kinds ofPlain and Fan also been administered

a comfortable dwerlkig.bouN negro The Lake Jackson Fla. Plantation Cuso of Cntieer Cured.Tuis May 81, 1855. 22 cy Tin Wares takes pleasure in informing the citizens
good barn and No.1 gin house and screw. pre Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that be U
with the
boot car'e cotton: crop will bring over $3,000. Any For Sale. U to certify that Col. S. H. Harris, of Craw- now prepared to watt on all that wish to patronize most satisfactory
wishing to purchase can examine the pre- ford to in the 1851,with Can Piano Fortes. .
gentleman county, came me year a him iu his line of business. He also tenders his thanksto : '
;' nibcs iud buy on accommodstini terms. If dewed TF not previous! disposed of. will be sold on the cer on his chin of fourteen years standing,the chin- furnish PianorrJ'T his (friends and the public generally for the very results to v riots animals
NEGROES. men "'O'i on! and _l_ in next at the CourtIlins. UTE are prepared to
fiftetn or sixteen likely iiist Tuesday DECEMBER bone and sahval glands had all become very much liberal with which he has heretofore been
i'i" c'ildren.: c.aleo be purchased with iht }1.r..c. I" :il* tloor in the cily uf Tallahassee. Twutytw9iJfiietl diseased and his constitution nearly ruioe. Mr.Harris liberal Fortes, of the very best quality, favored,patronage and he hopes that a continuation of the sam subject to: Worms.
the most terms.
'h'r.s.u1c1ebogs, slock cattle! l'm.in' ; ttnt. and F >ur Acres ot best quality OAK and had been under the treatment many eminent upon will be him
granted ,
.. tho {,Mt"r. Ac. made tins H'? ,"Ii, HICKORY LAND to the estate of Dr. They are second to none in any country either as >
with all corn, belonging ph&icanl and among them was the great Dr. Slxp- He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all The LIVER PILLS for
letttr alt MIu'u1. Till ia of the best Cotton Plantation to quality or price.
Apply either in person or by ktehe.ul. one and also, the celebrated Dr. Mar ,
lol Instrument will be warranted. sorts of Ware usually kept in establishment. of his
00. 5-tf 43 'G. W. MOO 1E. -* in Middle Florida; about one-half cleared and shall, of Marou who treated his case twice withoutienwrillg Every MILES NASH & CO. line of business. A fall assortment ofSheet Iron the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT
under fuice the remainder in woods. the He finally went to Dr. Marshall -
disef Sheet Lead Lead Sheet Zinc Cistern
18M. 8 ; PTpea; ; Pumps,
.NEWCOODS1 The improvements cons:st of a comfortable Dwell- !as be informed me, the third time, and he refuted February 23. and A great many other articles too numerous to men all BILIOUS
ing and all neceesaiy out buildings ; n good Overse do anything more for him. Stan after that time tion. DERANGEMENTS -

er8' house. Gin HOll&e. Screw Stables Com house, Mr.Harris beard of the many wonderful cures that IbId Qu.in.in.e.TUST TO BUILDERS. 'I

: JOHN PRiTJBIOUS and twen' negro cabins, all framed buildings and in made and visited me at Griffin as a last resort. SICK HEADACHE
r received 600 Oimcxs Tin and Tin
good repair. I commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the Slllpll Quinine, Roofing Guttering Copper Conducting) I
MERCHANT TAILOR, Persons wishing to examine this Plantation are re- Cancer was all removed. and the sore nearly healed,- -t) Fair Brand, together with a great variety Pipes Ac. all of which he promises to do in the mdst &C.Purchasers.
of Chemical AMES & LIVELY. work-man-like manner mnd ft vie, and) of the best .
fen ed to Mr. Richard S.iuuders ou the place. For This case was seen and witnessed by If.ore than five pure I material
Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and terms. Ac, address the subscriber at Berzelia, Columbia hundred persons. 1 have the Cancer now in.my possession April 5. 18:6. 14 on shortest notice and most reasonable terms will pleasebe

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. county Ga. ,and any person can see it b} calling at my office Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the last eight years in
JOHN WHITEHEAD. in in Gnfhn. This case was witnessed by business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend ask for
i particular to
4. ---- August. 2, 1656. tds-31 Executor: &. THOMAS JONES, of A SUPERIOR article for Table ue. Just re himself' any further to the public ns regards .
tam ;"noic recciringniyFalland Winter sup. I Dr. J. D. MARTIN Urifr. ceived by AMES & LIVELY. his capabilities as mechanic, but at the same time he
I j Dr.
_p of Cloths, Cassiiiicrcs, Vesting, 4c., oj : India Rubber PackIng. I .E. W. WILSON, -April' 5, 2856. 14 assures all that favor him with a call, good work and Celebrated

.' Every Color, Style) and Quality, JL INDIA 1C to i Rubber inch, constantly Packing. of on all hand thicknesses at D. LADD.from 3- I do certify, that CRENSHAW myself[, and many ,othcrs U of this I Flower Jars. chenp Having prjces.removed from the old stand formerly known i VERMIFUGE and

..,' witnesses the stated LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various Sizes ns White& Slunser, be will be found at his stand corner
to case,
Oct. 18. 18:( 41 place were eye 8")0
NewptirL A
'which lam prepared to make vp in the most and that Mr. Harris: left perfectly welJ Just received and for sale byAMES I of 200 foot street where be will be glad to wait LIVER PILLS, prepared byItmmq
-. I Shoes' Kerseys Linseys and Blan- I & LIVELY. on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.
fashionable style, on short notice IATOX.I I Dec. I, 185:. 48 I
April, 185R. 14 G1.
kets. I Griffin, May, 14, 1852. t : '(i
-ALSO- "I A AAA Kerseys i I To the Afflicted ;of nil Conditions.I I 4

A'LAKCE \ D WELL SELECTED STOCK-or 1.000 yards Wool Plains and Cotton and Wool Liuseys, do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witb t OFFICE TALLAHASSE, FLA. ; TOWLE & MYERS SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -

a Cancer on my upper lip which caused me pain in Important Improvement in Artistic i now
1.000 pairs grey mixed tond white Blankets, Aa1r3.1 receiving by recentI'
.J READY-MADE CLOTHING, 1,000) pairs Rucset Brogans. describable. After trying. the skill of n1 the most Dentistry, .i7&!: arrivaIsromNewYorkaub.ionable t Pa., and take no

Consisting of every garment tuitable for.| ptcr wenr With Wool Hats. Osnaburgs, and such like articles eininmt Physicians that I could hear: and that which the face is restored to its original contour ;*'; .. and well selected stock of

such as Cloaks Talmas Coats Vests. Pants tc, Lc, for Plantation use, in any quantity, byD. without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless and aa. BY and with it the loss of the teeth supplied so ns Wniclies nnd Jewelry, other, as there are various
with death the fce. But fortunatJy
I thought, staring me in
which will be disposed of at low prices. I LADD. to elude detection. Samples of this improvement of
may Consisting gentlemen's gold ladies
for I beard of Dr. W. R. bunting levers
Also. a large lot of Stocks Plainjmd, Hosiery Fancy Shirk& &,.Collars, I Newport. Oct. IS. 1856. 42 the me treatment, of this disease Moseley's, and as a greatfluccese'm last be seen; also temporary sets inserted on gold levers, silver lever, hunting an hor, lepine 'and other preparations now
Underbhirte.Cravat resort I under his treatment and in Gulfa Pure 1m, quartier Watches; Cameo Mosaic Coral and all gold
oUI-tit will consult their I placed myself one
Those interests desiring by giving a thorough me a call as all the above articles Livery and Sale Stable. month from the time ho commened I was perFectly In a few hours, so that persons having teeth removed bosom pins and.earrings,necklaces, gold and jet eros before the public, purporting -

own have been selected with great care and with a P11HE undersigned gives; no sound, aud have been so ever since. can have a complete substitute immediately. ses, bosom pins and lockets for hair and daguerreotypes -
their to this market. that he has purchased ELIZABETH JINKS. Children'teeth extracted, and advice gheo to parents ; gold and hair bracelets; a large 8llSOI tmeot of to be Vermifuge
view to adaptation
special the Stable _ the and of the fine plain, diamond, ruby, pearl and met, onv and
ly-42 _ Livery of Butts County Ga. May 27, 1846. I in regard to management treatment g
October 181856. William II New om.in Tallahaaay.together with the teeth gratis. All operations warranted to suit the most cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diamond j ins; I and Liver Pills. All

good will of the establishment, mid that he is now Horrible Case of Cancer Cured fastidious. Will practice in the principal towns sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian; a

A B. CLARKE I prepared to carry on the business in all its tranche*, throughout the State. References: the Faculty of great varifety of studs, fine gold rest, fob and guard I others in comparisonwith
I and promises the public with good accommodations the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who chains, seals keys gold and siver pen and penal case -
t I do certify that I was for many years bodily AmicI *, ned gold, silver aDd steel spectacles and silver
iu his line on reasonable tenm. he is daily operating for. gold Dr. McLANE's
his Fall and Winter Stock of are
now receiving I | ted with Cancer OH my Lip aud Chin I tried all the thimbles. ,
IS RICHARD SAUNDERS. I >il26, 1856. 17
Goods suiUble forfEiNI I '!! remedies I could hear of but found no relief. I finally Ap
: N. B-James T. Herring is my duly authorized Fine Cutlery and Gnns. worthless.
;' heard of Dr. W. R M' success in the
Wizi >&ley'8 great
and has entire control of the business Town Property for Sale.
9 agent. representing i: treatment of Cancer affection, and vwited him at Dinner and breakfast knifes without forks, knives .

consisting in part of French nnd English Cloths, Cassi me as fully as if I was personally SAUNDERS.present. j I Griffin, and iu the course of six weeks he hail the CanCer undersigned offers at private sale, the follow- and forks in setts carvers and steel single fine pocket The GENUINE McLanegVermifuge

meres and Vesting* of all colors and of the best quality RICHARD all removed. would advise all that are afflicted THE de'cribed property, known as the Jrain Lot, 'cutlery shears, scissors and razors; fine double

which he is prepared to manufacture to order on I I Sep. C, 1856. 86 I with the disease, to visit him nod have their health viz: Lots Nos. 3, ?5, 27. 30, 48. 140, HI, 142, 143, barrelled lamina ted steel and stub twist guns common and Liver.

the roost reasonable terms and in the most I Dissolution of Co-Partnership. restored. He is. beyond all kind of doubt, the most 144, 226. 227. 235. 28".240.241, 242. 243, 244. 245, guns shot pouches of various patterns fine and

FASHIONABLE MANNER, j I skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. 248, 246, 250. 252, 253. 2M, 256. 257, 258, 268, all common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps and Pills can now be -had at
nPHE partnership heretofnre existing between John I Cherokee Co, (a. EMANUEL DOMINGAS.REEREN in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. wads, wad cutters and materials for gunsmiths.
T(gether with a general assortment of Ii JL F. Brootne and Robert Heir in the weighing storage
.S-Dr.J. I). Martin, Griffin, Ga.; Dr.J. -ALSO- Silver mid Plated Ware. ail
CLOTHING and selling cotton business. is this day dissolved I i Y. M. Pucket, Harris Texas Greer Bishop, respectable Drug
nY-MADE county ; Silver
RE table and tea silver
I Lots Nos. S 6 7 in S. spoons forks soup
by mutual consent BROOME & HEIn.I Griffin Ga.t 1.2.3,4. County qr.A
with stock of Clothing j I and cream ladles butter and pickle knives pated! Stores. :
that will compare favorably any I August li, 1856. 33 _. L8 o- .t:
exhibited for sale in this city, consisting of t forks and spoons, waiters, castors cake and fruit baskets
Fine ever Black and Colored Cloth and Frock .oats. I I i;: Scirrhn Breast ran be Cured. I' Lots XIIS. 4. 12, 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61I ,electro plated tea sets and communion service, FLEMING BRO'S,

Fancy Caseimere and Beaver Frock a: d Business New Co-Partnershin.] : LET THE PUBLIC READ 1 1j Ii i I, 6''t.in the South J County quarter. butter sugar.and cream dishes chamber and parlor 60 WOOD
I COLESlmve The above described property formerly belonged candlesticks, salt-cellars, boqnet' holders card and ST., FITTSBTJROH, PA_
Coats 1 I HEIR AND JOHN P. this j Ix mercy to the afflicted and the gratitude and high b
? Black and coloreJ Cloth Beaver and Pilot Over- I ROBERT n co-partnership in the business of i I opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeon j to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms flower baskets, and brittannia ware. Sole Proprietor

,. Sack Snrtouts I weighing, storage and selling cotton and also to mike I I i and Physician I deem it my duty mention the case I.I which. will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Eq MJllecl.nllecms Articles. SCO VILA HEAD

: Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimerelants liberal advances on cotton sent to their care. of my wife hoping at the same time that all persons Attorney at Law Tallahassee.CHARLES P. MANNING.Until Ladies leticole, satchels, work boxes, pearl,Berlin No. 111. Charters St.New Orleans,
I' HEIR d COLES. I similarly afflicted be bcncfitted by it. In the I
may sold the above will be for iron, and morocco port monaies, pearl card cases,coral General for the Southern States, to
rent. agent
.. Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, Angust 14, 1856. 33 | first part of this year, my wife bad several kinall lumps property beads, coral necklaces and armlets jet bracelets orders be addressed.
A. PERRY AMAKER. whom all must
Fancy Velvet Cassimere Silk and Cashmere do. i j to make their appearance in her brea; they continued necklaces,and bosom napkin rings hair and toothbrushes Jr X2e
I February 16,1856. 7-tf pins Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard ,
White Silk do / Valuable Plantation for i. increase in size until the whole breast became i .bat revivers shell buffalo,india rubber and Nash & Co., Tallahassee, Fla.; J. :. MDavboo,
Gl'I1 S' Shaw) Drefsing Rooep, Fine ShirU, Silk a diseased mass, and very painful. I procured the I --------- ivory combs china and wax dolls,razor strops and Gardner & Mil Newport W. T. Carpenter

Cotton and Merino Under shirts Sale. best medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding I CodLiver Oil. money belts. cigar cases feather dusters pallor and Quincy t Co; Wankeenah Mosely cI;Pope. ViJsoa
Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. the earnest and faithful attention of the most i PURE of the celebrated "Broods" He door bells, bobemisn and china ;
Plantation knows as Cotton Land belonging FRESH glass rues and baa Palmer & Bro, Montkello. Pulesten. Montktlb;
ALSO THE the estate of the late J hn W.Gotten, situatedten skilful physicians, she continued to grow worse and I
assortmnt of and Black Silk and miles North East Tallahassee, is for sale. The worse, until they gave the case up as incurable. and For sale by AMES t LIVELY jewel cases, centre suspension and stqe"lamps,lampshades I on, V rw"*; Nicholitoo Zei,l r, Bainbridge(la..
Fancy advised I advised of
A general tract contains 1790 acres of first rate land, 1000 of amputation. was by many my Aprils, 1856. 14 chimneys and wicks violins aodjbpws,guitars D.H. Dkkiosou, Eainbridgo ; E.Seixas.Tbomasvilk.Oa
Satin Stoefcs Ties and Cravats. Collars friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, Ga, tambourines accordeons
which is cleared. On the premises are cabins banjos, clarion**,flutes and '
white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck nnd Lisle Thread gin house and screw and other usual negroe plantation which I did, jmd, astonishing as it may seem, he had Most Approved Corn Mill In Use. fifes,guitar aod violin strings, fine cbTbdje and other 1858. 8-1
Febraary.23 j
do.. Ladies Gauntlets Linen Cambric and : her cured viihin: month I and the ill .
superior entirely one noio and asortment of
improvements in good repair. There is an abundance -t A A OF the most approved LANIER CORN perfumery a Toys.' -
Handkerchief, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle ruW I I would advise all who afflicted
Silk !
_. I in good are IVJU Watches and and In the Blacksnilthlng.mflE .
jewelry repaired
of good water on the place. For terms of sale MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These promptly
Thread and Marino i lose Lc, fcc. CALL AND with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, to'i it the .
best -
or other information apply to the subscriber in TallaInssec. Mills have been for some tune in use through this region manner. Undersigned have farmed
BUY. I F. R. CO PTEN, Ext'r. Doctor without delay, na I am satisfied by experience and lower part of Georgia, nod give perfect sat October 20, 1855 .42. it- X co-partnership M-The per..
October IS, 185G. 42For and observation, that he is the most skillful physicianin
I Aug. :30, 1856.FRESH. 35 isfaction,grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise \ pose of':, on the 'Blacksmithing -
States in the of hor- |
the Southern treatment that
I I disease Cancer. in the day with less than the ordinary gin power applied Insolvent Estate-1i tice.I Bas DeM'in ajl its vanona branches. ,Pxrticnlar .
Salel'HAT .' f GARDEN dEED-' I rible WILLIAM H. to it. The maker furnishes a baud toput it up; attention U given.to Carnage and Spring Work

: GROWTH OF 1855. M. E. MITCHLLL MITCHELL and very one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call I State of Florida ) and to laying Axles,of all kinds of Vehicle Tb

Beautiful Location where I now re. I and examine them at D.LADD'S. County of Leon. J f shop is convenient to the Xivery'Stable of, P.R Ero-
UTA Baga, Flat Turnip, Cabbage Beets tc Daughter of J. W.: Biadbury Rome Ga. I ":
Clinton Street near the College I" April 21,1855. 16 : claims Estate attention tobors.4cssog-
on and given :
just received Rome Ga., October 25, 1854. I ALL persons having against 'the of kay special
There are over five acres of Land attach:! I AMES & LIVELY. I Jinkins, late of Leon:'county/deceased, Farming implements .1 every deBeripboadon*to or

to the residence uudivided by t
*cs n fine Garden Stable, Corncrib. Can d"'e l houQe. !I 1 A. OAB..D. of Probate of Leon County. at his office in TalLihas- -- H.B.FITTS.Jan. .

Negro houses a. splendid Well of cool water and goodCiftcrn. I ALL persons that are desirous of availing them SIX months after date I shall present my final ac see, on or before the first Monday in'December next, J, ,1856. 2-ly .

Thcre.are several beautiful Squares on the I Tax Collector's Sale.BY selves of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate far payment pro rata. .r /' FLORIDA.DR.

West find:Korth tide of the College, uiinll for rpiinoe : virtue of the authority in me vested by law I INFIRMARY,BROADWAY,GRIFFIN,GEORa of Gadsden county as executor of Richard Camocban, D. WGW1NJdfgeofPiobate., GEORGIA'. AND .

which{I will sell at private sale. This is a rare i will expose for sale at the town of Ridleysville, I A. late of Charleston, So. Ca., deceased and ask for a .

I opportunity offered to those persons who may desire in the county of Liberty within legal hours on the Patients boarded at $1 per day or $16 per month. dismission from my administration of said estate. May 24, 18C6. 21Notice T. J.Praeticiig. CtYRLEE

to locate in Tallahassee and edacat thrir children in first Monday in February 1857 all ibe lan"''s in said i FEES, in all cases, to be agreed upon before under JAMES BETTNER. -. i

cither of the male or female Colleges of this city tin.urpassedby county, known as Forbes Purchase" assessed as the taken. No cuie will be received into this establishment October J8, '56. 42 I I Beitlsi,

.- none for the ability and acquirements of I property of the! Trustees of the Apalachicola Landi unless it is believed on examination that it can THOMASTIUiE GA, and 'MONTICELLO

.. the gentlemen in charge of the above institutions. i I Company or so much thereof as may be sufficient to be cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth SIX months after date, I will present my"J" accounts IN MADISON PLA. and their respective and
particulars apply to JOHN R. LLOYD. the State and County Tuxes assessed thereon for invariably be charged $5, for examination nud a vice. vouchers as AdmimistratOr,on.the a1ate of He inserts number of Arbfi-
pay counties.
l. Kept. t'l, 1856. 89-tf I the 1856 together with the costs and All letter, to entitle them to notice must enclose Rugs. Hush O. McLean to the Hon. E. CJ:L.e.'.:jfiKjgje of ; adjacent any 'otj.tb latest
year expenses from ONE to ,FULL sett, .
Dial Teeth a
.' i of sale. WM. G. ROBISON a "stamp" for the payment of postage, and be directed FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply! Wool Probate for Gadsden, County,.forTfinaf-sentiment, I tbera ,that,beautiful, .UJs-
A giving .
improved principle
Notice.AU ;; Tax Collector Liberty Co.0ct18'ZC. to W. R. MOSELEY M. D, Carpeting. Also. a few pieces Wool and Cotton and apply for a discharge therefrom. like which approaches Nature soj Dearly
I 42 Griffin Georgia. (10., and fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale rightat ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Ad 1\'r. appearance ,
,|era having demands against the estate of -_ February 23, 1856. ly-8 LADD. July 28. 1856. 28-6m, __.'_ aa to challenge detection by UM closest obserwr.
.- nU Watkins, late Jefferson County de Newport, Oct 18. 1856. 42 01 Persons needing Dental) operations
: *'Drafted, will take notice that they must present them Notice. Wines, Syrnps, '&t. Teetbsnd irisb.bimto pcrfona .tincsby
t.) the uMen Jt tl duly authenticated within the timeS MILES NASH &. CO. Administrator's Notice. applying soox,'have them done at tbefo1ID1ringpnceewhicb
having claims against the estate of -- Otard Brandy SparkiingCuler
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar ALL persons Dealers in Medicines &c. OLD will be found to MUCH lower than has sver
of iLcir And all indebted to said R. Ryan, deceased, late of Leon county Drugs, SIX weeks after date I will apply to the Hen. Port, Old Port Juice ben offered in this.section of country, betxrtowtt:

stte are recovery.Lertby notified l to perw-us make immediate : I! are notified to present them, properly authenticated, JUST received from New York per bark R.II.Oam- of Probate of Leon county. for letters of Madeira, Brandy Cherries, For filling teeth with Gold Foi.] $l, 00,fl 50, 1 5 00

,/tncntlo at MonUcello. pay- to the under8i TUerllt.lministratrix. within the time required a general assortment of articles in our line, administration upon the estate of John W.Townsend, Sherry, Sardines and,$2 50 vaqinacoord1ng to,' izeot1ftit7indamount :

tbctmdcitigned- WILLIAM W. IIEIIL I by law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluin, deceased late of Leon county.L. Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces of materiaTi used;; Extracting teeth,fa OTTICI,

'Oet/J51S5S.. 8w-43 | their recoveiy, and all those indebted arc requested White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of M. WHITE. Flavorini Extracts Pears, only 50 enta- of office, |1. ,

_1f-'- -_- to make payment immediately.] best
.iuClUw Y.'. .. CHARLES, W., DOWNING. SUSANNAH RYAN Admfx. Gelatin*,London Mustard French Brandy (very best,) Spanish Olives Spices PLAIK.(with CONTTNflOUS GUMS If weeasary,)s
..-.:---.r" "- / --' I' October 18 '56. 42-8iv for medicinal purposes Spices. Pepper, Lemon Syrup Notice. Corn Starch, Pickka. .only $6 tooth and ftrfeet saUaCteUoo guaranteed

BiaCHETT DOWNING, Inks Quinine Peruvian ,Bark Fluid Extract Burhu Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, "per ..
,- ATTORNETS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS! Removal of Indians. &f, &e. and n general assortment of Popular Patent SIX mouths after date I will present to the Hon. Englisb'Mustard. Capers, 10Ji' Disservice* 'in an&sbf, 01-
I Medicines. We but the best and Court of Gadsden county my account Claret '
keep none
very other section oftountoy
above named
KO. 40O, Sovotilli Slrocl, John W. d.AMES counties, or any
of the estate of
I f I tBE War authorized hope to merit your und vouchers, as executor LIVELY. ( Ker' *abov
Department having a per patronage.MILES clan application by lettef to 'ti! of.th;
WASHINGTON. ,CITY. JL NASH .A CO. Malone, deceased nud at the same time apply for a ,
reward Indian 6 18U.
r f* ( i capita for living who may be January named Post or..ot.benria.rccelTe prompt tttentko.
: 'p sit4ee-befre' tLc Cotwt of Claims,and induced in March 18 final diachaige from the further administration of said
W'lLJi ctptured or to come for emigration premiums 29, 1856. '
: 1 t. claims before Congress. and the sevral II for hostile Indians delivered to tfcs Commanding estate. THOMAS MTJNROE. CirculartJprfght: Saws. ._ : .o
'. Depnrtments. Quincy, October 11, 1866. 416mExecutor's ..r.&ldl .u
I Fort
Office at Fort Brooke Fort iusher.GRANGER'S
Myers, Ciipron or Corn and Cob CO and 'Welch'
& Oriffeth Circular I Saws
> *- 'IS, ISU. SO HOE
July Fort Dallas South Florida will be paid by the undersigned 46 48 and 52 inch 'sizes hand JIJDOX CoLe,Macoot ti orguk '
on and for
% j at the follow rates: patent Corn and Cob Crusher I Notice. 'hale How.J.: '. __ .. ...--_ .

:' -ioKNB. LLOYD t For each warrior living. ...... .$250 to $500, the Agency for the sale of these superior NewPort by NOT.' D.:IADO Jo>*,)n. }Tbomanine. ,(.
3,1855. 44. ,
II Cob Crushers, it is said to in HE undersigned Executor of the last] will and '
j woman .. ......... 160 to zoo unequaled any rip .JSWIxrEaQ; :: } .
"; J' ",. .1.1o"tf.on.eer'' i '" boy over tea years living. 100 to 2oO. the Co ntry. ,A stick of these Crushers, will be on JL testament of N..E'. Branch, .dece..d, late of m; s E4"' 1 .
t : The highest rates for all but the infirm and helpless band early this coming FalL Prices v>ry low considering Leon coooty,-ktef&r&na notion to all persons having -Burning Fluid O Q'Ti ::3January .
..'. ., .. ,ANDCOMMISSION and for these not less than above, great saving in feed. -$46 $56 |66 each demands agstnst- &d.eltAte to present them proper. }

JOHN C. CASEY Captain U. S. A. for these Prices uniforn throughout the county. ly authenticated, within the,time prescribed, by lawor OF a superior Quality,'Just received and forsale .. 1C. .
:: [ MERCHANT, 11 Fort Brooke.' Fla, Oct 18, '56. 42-3m For further particulars call and examine for yourselves this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recoveryand by AMES & LIVELY.: 11858. -. '2

., to soon as a stock for a sample arrives. all those indebted are requested,'to make pay May 81.,. 1856.. .2------- '" t> tf'ff. .

p '. TALLAHASSKi FLORIDA. I Tb Union Bank of Florida D. LADD. ment immediately. JOHN D-J BRAlTCft-Ext. rPFERS ,!
,)! e1'Y
I -. Ju1119, 18W5. 2l VS. I Leon Circuit Court- Newport, July 6, 1856._27_' October 11. 1866. 4I frr ,, ..,lh.. i JtJ I" t. :e. .
o.thehlzenaofCentreville '1'ALLAUASUEJ'WRID.A.; :
his .serviws
; .Sin&UvoodP.'AIlison and In professional ;
: 'EBITARD'JI. WEST. ; other/ JTT Chancery. Administrators Notice. Administers Sale aDd surrounding country. Office Wholea1a'and IUUUFfa T 1J;tw'Wa'

ii ;40 ;J AtoTheandounse1Jorat( :( Law appearing, that the to above the Court named, by defendant affidavit made Smallwood in thisL.case SIX months-after date I shall' present my accounts BY virtue of an order from the'Hon. Judge of Pro. at,Sep.Ontrevills.20, 1856. 98, D 3 : p>I

vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for for Leon county will, be sold on Monday F.
." the I L pmame.Pi A1I ;
reside out of State
4 P. Allison, ofFlorida and in .
oJ un: JTULAHASSKE, F.oIJ.IDA. It ordeted and Leon County, as the administrator of the estate of R. 'the 8tb of Decnmber text before the Courthousedoor 'T : : ftiIIfIrj
State decreed
the United : that the : itor'a8ale.VILL
in Tallahassee the wit} The .
; 8. Haywi.iddeceasod, and ascfoir: final dischargefrom following'landto : .oflav"-'I'uIIj-
1.- a
4. 1 '' -said,Smallwond P. Allison .do appear'-and plead ,or N W of Section'25 in be -before the-loirt: : Bi400r : ;
W of Townsiip
: half in
'4 -w )r:[ I : i this said administration; .' ,: quarter and GlMt W.. .
the'bill of filed in
answer? complainant cause, N and E to the estate of John I V the towttof L the first .
1 -0i.PIOYD & HOLLAND .I THOMAS HAYWARD.. Adm'r. 27 Range 1. belonging vyvill.on Monday Tooth .
within four month from the date of ibe Boap Fwf
: publication July 26, 1850. Sfl-6m Judge deceased and to'IKS sold. fur payment of debts.Terms'on February.next,'the following.hind, to wit: the S W J' mdHi 'BrMbw. : \"' '
of bill of will betiikenfor.coufesed.
Attorneys at Law.i this orccr or complaint "
: ; of section 18, townihipll;;ratigr14 'leviedlipoo as I' '
1. '! 1 Luni And it is further JEDWARD'DRADFORD' < lBnib**, TteWd
h'1rtrttr. practice In the' Circnit 'ConrU'of'Saddle Charleston CaW.4WTON : ; ) .the}'property of:CharfesByrnes: ,'arid'sold' 'to satisfy tv-r _.:.
ordered,IhatTthk'-order be published once a week, in Almr 0 P v >s
W Florida and ,JL H. BRADFORD, f U8ta1 Coantyint Road tax. Terms cash.:
; I.Yf *t ; In the:Sipren* Court ree.h.d Z---
a newspaper printed 10,T Uflha.$e#, fur the sj l>aee of 45-5w <* : They baTt recently ,
S .cir1VStte) Also in the Dirtrfet OonrtV:the. 'Unl lour month ; &.CO. November 8, 1868.. JOSEPH 'PREVATT.. -;et **- 6
1 d States iaJhtr Northrrn District of FIOridL Pawed in open Court this< 23d- -OcU185- t Ui4V ..?,- v l"to': i" Oct.55 41S. .- and. -ofi3oioT.T. .Collector.0XJ4rsiirMdhathj .. LI ,
O Al'I' A II .KA I8LA.FD COTTON,'FACTOU NOTICE. 7" t I Ih5PtI$7'Stt'&Jt1' .
bI fa
.O3I 'tj AfIk1PHLOfP! J T ,! 1WA.TLE8BUER; Judge. ..
ND, tB Quiniy, Fla Tcste-Cotntcn. A. Bar AX,Clerk,- : _- ...... months after dattthidndersTpeddinialtra.trix t. t .it + Q.1rp !t g J1C did..ad.._ mw...1.f {. "0
Di.t1S1&: I ".- ,.: S ; mIlE forth*id* of .
Wlfc'*laWTOlf: JWAIfWJGHT B.iCOT, on the estate of James HotcUrwts, deeeosedr; = '
MEDU-L .; .Li.'W.Henrisk*lJoproTtd ..Raw. Mills
...._, NOTICE.. WiKBOHR LAWTON late of Leon ,will fil Ii ker account',' and ,Ttxjcf r : { ,
: l:.; HUES B', 'lttl'l t.liii -- 0 Jostrtf X Diu' Ja. county ooaalatin! .....,,'I 48* d12otJ4 1oc' i' '
.8tftt't. J.1.8". 37-to. era and apply to fht'Jvdflf*'of.. JMobait of Leon cout*. Sav .JtMMJCJteuUra I.. -
,1' GAH LE.&tBm'rON 'L.. > .1.1" f : are decidedly the best in is4 i iirettteriti ':
i.t ii.\iE. if'1 I"" '(':; 1R& ",1 -.- .- ... -. 1, .. ., . .. ty for a discharge"from lint. ?)!ftttU.c IIM1"lttt'i1B .
-# -, '. .. or. 'il I ; .:."1. :"- w. i.- ELIZABETH ovet thar.Pag'or a jraod > : $ t4 q 3 t $ .i 1b
: iri1Yl.I.wJ ''rP J ,, .' :, .. '0' I1'PJUl itteTr l rof.So& l Services to the Pub." AdDiinistrator's'Hotice : < HOLDEHNES3" +, Admt'x.NOT. .thar.-Patiitin.na&:...OI1 ia*abouUIO,. .

; .ej NJ. I"'I"th. lie. dI'Office nppoalt*th.' Store.of'Messr*., )" -" .. .. '_8,1856.. _.. .?."A.4"1.\:J .or 'UAkl 'fstra '.
,: I will exhibit tile = ,
-- B.dgkha.SeottAPoole, "Tit north ajtotdat : any uoeOunta : 'orpariIeuIaa. i.
: .'a 1..J a2d1 1 "f1 .J&D" : onl.. ptttfw SIX vencJwrB to the Judge of ProbaUof. Gadsdea 'WALLIAM ll RT.t l. '1iti" 'r a 5ltr }'DANjELIjDD.! fi i I lj7ui.bsa4 ciaqtbitI.4'

t' ')4 ; If.. 11... I, 'to.... .. '1-. ''It.Jtf.t \ / ooaoty,as.administrator,ia..right. of wy, wife of .Attoi t i d to' ;' 'Newport,IU;:KoTembar'8,'1856. -'-*' o44 .
of.: 1... .. wdlor, at Lawr : .. .. --i. _.-.l
;: lt'iaf'Ir { :. !, !p .JIBB1l.6 6QRJ t tha.* tats.of.John JoCTaos,!Ut'! said county 'de. I ,. '.J ..1 r' 'ff j..H -
4 .d and for final,aeUlecpsut aod ; .a.j.l..W" in- ; '
t9 < oeas applr a diaI I MONTIOELLO, ..jPL01tmL'WILL ',-n '.t,,.v '. "
: '" .ZK'f : \ nW hare from tb. adadnutratJon or laid estat -t D.'f
LA\\\M ; :
<" ,..:., .: _, t *, I Iii tilt cearta qf.ti* 1Iid4". .
,, ,& \ p.} -. ,JJ ,'s '. LEWIS D. JONES. Adm'r.In I mcKr1l2r11y i.T,8 \ ,,
\ t't'4'
t j 11 TALLASEEflA. : E 'right of his wife I $ :1J *I .o l. ( U T I

J113v20lsg*. ..flt +iIJa'I 1 :1,1811I. 20 Slopt. 13, 1868. -r ,''J\rt---'. ,ItaIt". .. "r\c. \- U-Ir, ',; : : I, tll&: d .

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