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 13, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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FLORIDA LEGISLATUEE, f win, MimNicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smi )son, i I i A bill to be entitled 'an act authorize James \\". Bryant to est commander of the United States forces in:.Florida,'fei' *ey'

Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-32. j t tablish a ferry across the St. Johns River, live operations against the Seminole Indians remaining;1D: ,

I Nays--Messrs. Clyatt, Hankins, McLear}% McQueen and Tavlor I Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on and that he has called for seven additional compank* of mo.t.isdvol, .
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. I l -5. to-morrow. unteers. The suspension b doubtless onjr.forthd! purpose of,, .f

So the preamble and resolutions were adopted-title as stated. j I A bill to be entitled an act to authorize George Bell, a minorlo mandating to them the provisions of 'a'Treaty; recentlj 4.1

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1850. I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate |I assume the management of! his own estate, for their benefit and intended to induce their emigration.. W Li *.t1z. r.,
House met pursuant to ndjournment Resolution relative to a canal from St.Lucie River to Lake. Oke- Was read the first time. suspension continues it is presumable that the sevendoehta' .

The The! Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated as Chaplain.On quorum. present. I chobee, I ,M r. Frink moved that the rule be waived to permit laid bill to be panies now required, with the'three already! the United States, sw,

motion, the reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed Was read the third time and put upon its adoption, upon which read a second time, vice, will be used for frontier protection, and will be wapfo for tkat

I tho vote was : j! Which was not agreed to. purpose .r '" .

A1thDEr.. Cousins moved that the Committee on Indian Affairs be instrnctfd Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, I! The bill! was then ordered to be read a second timo on lo-mor- VerY. Respectfully, vJAMES f '' .

to report to this House at their earliest convenience an ab- I' Buffington, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins,.Delk, Fontane, Gettis, i]I row. Ut BROOME.HKAI +

strict of the debts now dun by the State on account of Indian Affairs Golden, Hankins, Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Knight, i_i I j A hill to }be entitled an act further to define the duties of the Probate l
Mims, Nicks, Penn, Roulhac, Whitfield and Wilson-26. i 1 i Courts of this State r :
specifying in case of debts due for services rendered by the >-QLABTSXS DxrAXTxexr or F>wauD. ), ,
State, Troops, what particular company, and where said company Nays--;Messrs. Arnau, Duval, Frink, Gonzalez, Ingram, Irwin, i j Was read the second time. Fort Brooke, November,25,1858.. .) ,

alas stationed and for what special service, McLeary, McQueen, Parkhill, Pope, Slaton, Taylor and Vogt-13. (i, The amendment proposed by the judiciary Committee was adopled. vIii Excellency JAMES E, BHOOMJC, ,

Which motion was agreed to. So the resolution was adopted. i{ Governor of Florida: "
Mr. Alford pave notice that he would on some fu ure day ask I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. i j The .bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on to. SIR=-B v virtue of authority vested b me by the:WarI
bill for the relief Senate bill to be entitled an set to authorize Andrew Jackson : morrow. the'honor for
leave to introduce a of Nathaniel l Fowler. have to call upon your Excellency femo hxfefeadeot
Pursuant to previous notice, the following bills were introduced! I ,keens to establish a ferry across the Escarubia River, I A bill to he entitled, an act to change tho present mode of selling companies of Mounted Volunteers, in addition tp-the companiesMounted of .
Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the State Lands, United States and
and placed among the orders of the day, viz : I Volunteers now in the service of the ,. toserve
vote was: Was read the second time. '
I for six months unless discharged.
Mr. McQueen : sooner .
A By bill to create and organize. the counties of Lafayette and Tay Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, I The amendment proposed by the Committee! to whom said bill Tho organization of the companies called for will be the same u

I Brokaw, Buffington, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins, Delh, Duval, I was referred, was adopted. that of the volunteer companies now in-service, itnd as'the companies

lor.By Mr. Hull: I; Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins, Heermans, 111I The bills then ordered to bo engrossed for a third reading on will operately independently of each other, no regimental organization

venston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, Knight, McLeary, to-morrow. desired.I J.
A bill to be entitled an act to protect the inhabitants of Duval is expected or
from intrusions by sailors on the Sabbath day. McQueen, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, SJaton; : Senate bill to be entitled an act to regulate pilotage at the Port have the honor to request that the companies may be presented '

county)Bj: Mr. Gettis : Smithson, Taylor, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-41. ,: of Fernandina; in the County of Nassau, and the Port of Cedar Key, for muster into the service of the United Stales at. FortBrookeF1o.. -, .f

A bill to be entitled an act to change the name of the county site Nays-None. County of Levy% ri of Manatee county. j So the bill passed-title as stated. Was lead the fiat:t timo and ordered to be read a second time on I am, Sir, very respectfully, I
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. to-morrow. Your obedient servant,
Mr. Alford: I
By Senate bill to be entitled an act in certain the Senate bill to be entitled act to enable M. :
A bill to be entitled an act amendatory of an act concerning license I governing cnses an Joseph Taylor, of WAI.; S. IURNEY, 1
: County Commissioners of Duval County, Hernando County, to enter and for certain of the Common I
retail spirituous liquors, approved January 8, 1853. } pay portions Bvt. Kri Gen.: Com' DepT.
to Mr. Golden : Camo up on its third reading, and on motion of !Mr.\ Buffington, School Lands, ,.

A By bill to be entitled an act requiring the Register of Public Landsto I was postponed and made the special order of the day for to-morrow. i Was fead the first time and ordered to be read a second time on i[: oPYJ' f
Senate bill be entitled Trustees for the benefit
an act granting to to-morrow.
hare all the School lands in Holmes county appraised and offered HKAD QVABTBRS, DErAmtr.vri, or FLOUDA/ / !f
i of the Alabama and Florida Railroad lands Senate bill be entitled for the }
Company, granted to j to an act better security of property,
for sale. FORT BROO JC, November 22, 185& J
I the State of Florida by tho Congress of the United States for the I Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on g gRCCLARThe
the of William Baker
Mr. Penn presented petition asking relief I purpose of aiding in the construction of a Railroad from Pensacolato i to.morrow. : General Commanding desires comraonicala lathe }i>I
assistance from the State, for the maintenance and of '
and support the Stat line Alabama, in the direction of Montgomery, Senate bill to be entitled an act authorizing the County Commissioners Seminoles before proceeding to extremo measure the Intentionsof :!
bU wife Drucilla Baker, who is insane, the Government with which be has been
Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the i of Escambia County to subscribe for stock in the Alabama respecting themselves It
Which,'was read and laid upon the table. vote was: ; and Florida Railroad Company, charged. He therefore commands all hostilities against the Semi-

Mr. Isgram introduced a resolution to adjourn sine die on the i Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, :, Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on noles to cease, except on the defensive, until further orders. ,

23d instant, Brokaw, Buffington, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins, Delk, Duval, to.morrow. Every Commander will endeavor by the use of white flags and
Which was placed among the orders of the day. Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins, Heermans, Hel Mr. Penn moved that the House adjourn until now 11 o' other friendly tokens, to induce the Indians to intercourse, ohoold
The Committee on Internal Improvements made the following report they manifest a disposition to council with the:General,.they will:be r
venston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, Knight, McLeary, clock, A. M.\
: McQueen, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smith Which was not agreed to. treated with every consideration and kindness-the, fact being imsnf
The Committee on Internal Improvements, to whom was referredthe Whitfield and Wilson 1 moved that the House diately reported to these Head Quarters. 1
40. Mr.
son, Taylor, Vogt, Arnau adjourn until tt>-mon-ow 9 o'- :
bill entitled net to amend an act to provide for and order of
an encourage Nay-:Mr.\ Penn-1. I 1 clock, A. M. By Brig. Gen. Harney. ti
a liberal system of internal improvements in this State, approved i [Signed] FRANCIS N. PAGE, '
i So the bill passed-title as stated. Which was not agreed to. E
January 6th, 1855, so that those counties and corporate towns that Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. 1 Senate resolution relative to the establishment' of a Land Office in Asa't. Adj: Gen. r

have subscribed for stock ia any of the roads mentioned in said act Senate bill to be entitled an act to repeal act in relation a Road the Town of Milton, Santa Rosa County, Gen. J. CARTER, Special Agent, Tampa.A -

may be required lo refund to their citizens respectively all moneys Tax in the Counties of Putnam and Marion, Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on true Copy:-JEUK CARTK&, 'Special Agent. l
paid by them as a. railroad tax, and for other purposes, ask leave to ;
Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the to-morrow. -
REPORT: vote was : 1! Senate bill for the relief of James N. Hendry, SPECIAL AGEXCT, STATB or'FLOUDA, l

That they have had the same under consideration, and herewith Yeas-Mr. Speaker, :Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Bellamy Braddock, j Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on Tampa, Nov 24, 1850. S t

return said bill and recommend its with the Brokaw, Buffington, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins, Delk, Duval, ', tomorrow.I SIR-I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of jour com

amendment: After the word "securities, passage," in section, 3, insert following in an Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins, Heermans, ;I Mr. Gonzalez moved that the House adjourn until tomorrow 11 munication of the 23d inst., with the accompanying C-U"C"enlar"from

amount double the amount of funds, bonds or other evidences of I Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin; Johnston, Knight, Mc. ; o'clock, A. M. the General Commanding the Department, published to the troops I

debt that the.Eillllll Ie allowed to hold at time." Leary, McQueen, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Sla : Which was not agreed to. in Florida, which-will be duly communicated to the troops In vthe
Respectfully submitted any one I ton, Smithson, Taylor, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-41. : A bill to create and organize the Counties of Lafayette and Taylor, service of the State, with instructions for its strict observance.,

S.: HELVEXSTOX, Chairman Nays-Xone. I Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on Respectfully, your oVL serv't.,
I' So'the bill passed-title as stated. Ii to-morrow. I JESSE :
\\hich\vas read and concurred in and the bill : i I CARTER, .
accompanying i Ordered that the same be certified to the SPt.nte. ,II : !Mr. Gettis moved that the House adjourn until to-morrow, 10 o' I Special Agent.
the orders of the i
paced among day. Senate Bill! to be entitled an act to authorize !Mary Morino, a minor : clock, A. M. FKAXCIS N. PACK r rAsa
The Committee Schools and made the ,
on Colleges following report I I to assume the management of her own estate, Upon which motion the yeas and nays were called! for by Messrs. t. Adj. Gen., Fort Brooke, Flo.

: I I I Was. lead the third time and put upon its passage, upon which thet I Roulhac and Bellamy, and were as follows: -
The Committee Schools and whom referred
on Colleges, to was
I I i vote was : Yeas-Messrs. Brokaw, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Frink, Gettis, SPECIAL AGENCY, STATIC: OP FLOXIDA, ) .
a bill to be entitled an n**t to distribute the interest of the School I
Fund to each leave toREPORT yeab-Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Clyatt, Fiink, Gonzalez, Hankin!', ,, Golden Gonzalez, Heermans, Holmes, Knight, McLeary, McQueen, Tampa, Nov.26th, 1856. S. '
county, beg Holmes, Hull, Johnston, Knight, McQueen, :Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Parkhill and Pcnn-13.Xays SIR-Tho enclosed requisition from the General command. Q the

: Roulhac, Slaton, Smithson and Whitfield-18. -:Mr.: Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Bellamy, Braddock, Buffing- Department, of date the 25th inst., was received at this office to-da/, ,

That they have had the same under consideration, and finding it Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Braddock, Brokaw, Buffing. Cousins, Delk, Duval, Fontane, Helvenston, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, addressed to your Excellency through this oBtce calling for seven *

in accordance with a previous act of the General Assembly, and that ton, Chaires, Cousins, Delk, Duval, Fontane, Gettis, Golden, Hecr- : Johnston, Mims, Nicks, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smjthson, Taylor, additional independent companies of mounted Volunteers) (for the i ar

3. the several counties are justly entitled to their pro rata of the interest mans, Hclvenston, Ingram, Irwin, McLeary, Mims, Pope, Taylor, I' Vogt, 'Whitfield and Wilson} -24. United Stairs service for six months, unless sooner discharged, 1:,
Wilson 22. So the House refused to .
and !
I Vogt adjourn.Mr. which I have the honor '
of the School Fund, recommend the of the bill. to transmit herewith-with a of ,t
passage copy my
D. A. VOGT, Chairman. So the bill was lost. ;: Duval moved that the House adjourn until tomorrow 9 o'- acknowledgment of this date.

WLich was read: and concurred in, and the accompanying bill Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. i i clock, A. M. I have retained a copy of the requisition, .and to avoid delay in ''f ;
bill be entitled act to allow William S. Perrto : which motion the and called for
Senate to Upon Messrs.
an yeas nays were by communicating with and to facilitate the
placed: among the orders of tho day. yon, operations of the U.
enter the Northwest quarter of section sixteen, township ten, range : Smithson and Bellamy, and were as follows : S. authorities deemed it raise this
The rule being waived to permit Mr. Parkhill to make a motion, proper to force at once. I shall
Mr. Parkhill gave notice that be would, on some future day, ask twenty-two of the Common School Lands, i J Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Chaires, Clyatt, Delk be able to get most of it from the present State force, and have today =
Was read the third time. i, Duval, Gettis, Gonzalez, Johnston, Knight, .McLeary, McQueen, authorized William G. '
of Pilatka
leave to Introduce a bill to be entitled an act to provide for the Moseley, to raise and tender I
Mr. Delk moved that the rule be waived to permit amendments to i i and Pope13. forthwith. -
maintenance, care and custody of lunatics or Insane in this a company '
State. &' persons be offered to said bill, ; N3'ys-Messrs. Alford, Bellamy, Brokaw, Buffington, Carter, Hoping my action may receive your approval, I await such: farther
Which} was not agreed to. ; Cousins, Fontane, Frink, Golden, Hankins, Heermans, Helvenston, additional instructions as +
ORDERS OF THE DAY. On motion, the rule was waived and said bill referred to a Select I Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Roul give. Respectfully your may 1 please to

The report of the Committee on Elections in the case of contested Committee, consisting of Messrs. Ingram, Penn and Slaton. j hac, Slaton, Smithson, Taylor, Vogt, Whitfield, Wilson-27.. 1 Your obedient servant, '
seat of Mr. Bryant came in order. Senate bill to change the names of James Bell, Martha Ann I So the House, refused to adjourn.Mr. JESSE CARTER
Mr. up Odham and Emory Odham, Gonzalez moved that the House adjourn until tomorrow 11 ,
Bellamy moved that the report of the Committee be post. r I Special Agent. 1
poned until! after the House had considered Mr. Bryant's resignation, Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which j o'clock, A. M., His Excellency JAMRS E. BROOKE, +

upon which motion the and were called for by Messrs. the vote was : Which was not agreed to. Tallahassee, Florida.
yeas nays
Slaton and Penn, and were as follows:' Yeas-Messrs. Alford, Bellamy, Braddock, Buffington, Clyatt, Mr. Parkhill moved that the House take a recess until 3 o'clock, -

Yeas-Messrs. Alford, Bellamy, Buffington, Clyatt, Cousins, Cousins, Delk, Duval, Frink, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins, Helven i P. 11.Vhicb SPECIAL AGE Cr, STATE oy FLOXX&A, r
Holmes, Hull, Irwin, Johnston, Knight, McLeary, McQueen, was not.agreed to. _
Delk Hankins, Hull, Knight, Mims, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton stone I Tampa, Nov. 24th, 1856. S :
and Smitbson-I5.: Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smithson, Taylor, A bill to be entitled an act to protect .tho inhabitants of David SIR Enclosed 1 hand : '
Whitfield 30.ftays from intrusions sailors the Sabbath you copy of Circular of the General commanding
and county by on
Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Braddock, Brokaw, Carter, .Vogt the -
Chaires. -Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Brokaw, Carter, Fontane, II Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on Department, published to the troops ia Florida, on lha
"Duval Fontane Frink Gettls Golden Gonzalez Heer. "
22nd in st., the strict observance of which on the part of troops in
Mims and Wilson 10.
Gettis Heermans, Ingram, tomorrow.A
mans, Helveston, Holmes, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, McLeary, Mc. I service of the State, is hereby enjoined. *
Queen So the bill passed-title as stated. bill to be entitled an act to change the name of the county site .
,'Nicks Parkhill, Taylor, Vogt, Wbitfield \\Tilaon-26..
of the
By Governor
So the Ordered that the same be" certified to the Senate.A I of Monatee county, ,
motion was not agreed to.
The report of the Committee and the accompanying resolutionswere bill to amend and alter the law in regard to Auctioneers in this Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on JESSE. .CARTER r i ir
Special AfenL ,
then read, and, on motion, the report was concurred in and the State, tomorrow.A The a above instructions wore comufnnioatcd'! to all Commandetiiit'service
resolutions Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third bill to be entitled an act amendatory of an act concerning
adopted. of the State the 24th t
on day of November 1856.
A bill reading on tomorrow.A license to retail spirituous liquors, approved January 8, 1855, ..
to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to provide JESSE "?
for the payment of Grand and Petit Jurors, approved December bill to be entitled an act to extend the jurisdiction of Justices Was read the first time. CARTER Ml r
22nd, 1854, of the Peace in certain cases within this State, j Mr. Fontane moved that said bill be indefinitely postponed.The Special Agent},

Was read the second time. Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third I Speaker having decided that a motion to indefinitely post. On motion -

Mr. Roulhac moved that said bill be indefinitely postponed.Mr. reading on tomorrow.A I pone a bill on its first reading is in order, Mr. Cousins appealedfrom The House, until .
Penn'moved a call of the House, bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Drucilla Baker, of the decision of the Chair. adjourned tomorrowl o'clock, A. M. fr f fv

Which'was ordered. Franklin county, Florida, !. The House sustained the decision of tho Chair.

Upon'calling the roll, Mr. Campbell' was absent Was read the second time and, together with the petition of William On the question of indefinitely postponing said bill the yeas and THURSDAY, DEC. 11, :1856. \
Baker presented this morning, referred to tha Committee on were cahd for by Messrs. Smithson and Alford, and The House "
Mr.'Campbell being'absent on account of sickness, was excused. nays were as met pursuant to adJ'arnment- 9u orsm. present! \
On*'taotion/; farther proceedings under the call were dispensed Propositions and Grievances. I i follows : The Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated as Cbjpiain., ,.. _', ,..
Resolution to provide for cleaning out the Ocklawaha River for I Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy, Brokaw, Carter, Chaires, Duval, Fontane, The reading of the Journal of yesterday:was dispensed wilfili'. I

the! yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Taylor and Was read the second time and referred to the Committee on Internal Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-17. the General Assembly.and had been duly enroited& :aad"siloed: .

Penh, ;ADd were as follows :. ,Improvements. Nays-!Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Braddock, Buffington, Cly. were transmitted for approval, to his Excellency the Goraa, 'vii: '
Ye'as:-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Brokaw Carter, Chaires, Senate resolution asking Congress to grant lands to this State in att, Cousins, Delk, Golden, Hankins, Helvenston, Irwin,' Johnston, An act for the relief of George D. Fisher;. v

Days!, Frink,Ingram, McLeary, McQueen, Parkhill, Pope,.Roulhac, lien of the 16th Sections in Forbes' Purchase and the Arredondo Knight McLeary, McQueen, Penn, Pope,Slaton and Smithson-ID. An act to separate the office of Taz-Asaessor and CCOettcj'&oei'that :

Taylor and Whitfield-15. grant, So said bill was not indefinitely postponed.A 1 of Sheriff in Alachua county; 1

Nays-Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Braddock, Buff n ou, .Clyatt, Was read the second time. bill to be entitled an act requiring the Register of Lands to An act to authorize William H. Watson.to establish a ton:;aercas '

Cousins; Delk/-Fontaae,'Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins, Heer- On motion of Mr. Delk, said resolution was amended by inserting have all the School Lands in Holmes county appraised and offeredfor 1 the Snwannee and Withlaeoochee Rivers;: and, .

mans,, Hefvlbston. Holmes, Hull, Irwin, .Johnston, Knight, Mims, in the preamble the words and all other. Grants" after the word sale, A resolution asking Congress to establish;a mall route.' -.
5! icka,',Psnn, Slaton,'Smithson, Vogt and Wilson-28. "Grants," Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on The following bills and resolutions which had 1 passed ftV'HOUM +

L, :So the bill std not fndefinMy postponed. The. ,resolution .was then ordered to be read a third time on to- to-morrow. 4 were transmitted to tho Senate, viz : t _
: morrow. Resolution'to adjourn fine-die on'the 23d instant, .A bill to be entitled '
: act -
y,1 t b1U'.ditheD.ordered to be -engrossed for,a third, reading on an to incorporate the PenKdb'Ra2 osd
,, Onv. i t.f;: ,.', .... ; i. ', ,''-. Senate', bill to' be entitled an act in relation to Pilotage at the Was read the first time aDd ordered to be read a second time on Company; *

A ljJ}, totjJ entitled an'act,to' incorporate the"Perdido Railroad Port 1 of:> Key'West, in the county of Monroe, to.morrow. Preamble and resolutions asking Congress' to mb'a.."ajaeroeri"- !

Jf"r.l11; i--. : .- l'$ 'ff" :c.r: .." .' c. ; 1 Was read the second time. t. Senate bill to be entitled,, an act to distribute. .the, Interest" of the j tion; for the surveyor a route foe aibr P;ea 1I ,.rI'OlD'\ '

.as'teadrthe, hird taoo:.aod:pttttrpan: its passage,, -upon:which :Mr. Buffington moved to amend, tho first section .of said bill l by School'Fund to each County, .' ]Black Creek to the Sawxnnee River :.a.. f .seet' t..C f. 0 I

'tha oti3 "vas:. 1- <; ..* M _lit :* 7'v f : 'f: dl.. if striking out the,words the Governor shall, by and -with' the eon Was read the second time and ordered to, be read a third "me on j the: Santa Fe River; : '

.Yeas--Wr.;Speaker, M kiford au.Braddock, Brokaw,.. lent of.$8 General Assembly of the State of Florida, be and'' he isfeieby toamoi'row.. ? .Resolution. r. .lyD 'v..
,A tt/X k ft i. T C:- *-i. i...:__,fCJ-*' o...:..- ......y i authorized to' appoint," and inserting in'Ji(>thereof the A bill ;to be entitled ,ao act,to J amend.an act to provide for,and'' 4 chobee.; 0 1..t .; ,... 'L' .
r'a.: ; r,i.ontitb'e of the 'oC West shall elect "' ,'a .liberal.systenaof: internal #Improvements jo this State SeDate bill e'nthled .It.cr tf ttL i.t egif'r: :t.- ,
cnnl1 xFcSjUjr d...'i'a'' '<1t l It'-1; i iIt.niJsHce nanl, HelvenatonM : citizens town Key encourage : ., to be ,** adtt1 .,. tl.\1

Holmes, flail;Iagritm,'3rWl/1t >J&i ightMcLeary.<< McQaeenT*'*' .,Upon c which motion the yeas and nays were."called, .for and werefr" i.approved January,6th, 1855,;so,that.those:Counties and corporate ,]Deens to establish a ferry "tk, f Jf tl!L r J.. 1. '. ,

; ,1'td.1mJ I O CJ 8 ( .1 f Ji. .; :r Towns-that have subscribed for' stock J;,in.anvj0f.the,roads meataoncd'ia'said .fiScmateWtobo: eo.titMd :..ti1 fti..,,. tt-I.
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:.=., i:'&n-, .i a u'ill JIlt aJ-rr e 9 3f, .,. ,; 'data Ibe; mul&a;' fatoti rind 3mitbsod-a2:.: .' all moneys paid by them as a Railroad tax, and for otherfpajposes. I jjo the; ,.&aie.-ol.. iFloridahytoi CoDtfiOf'.iIO..LT. 4 lit tC.'I

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On nioti6n of M!. Nicka! Mnliuulbao was adJod to The Committee "* 'r. O ;o.Ol' -' TIIEDAY. *.. : "*" made; -In the letter, and i had they Wen verified tbe FiiilT _

i ."... oh"Indian.Aflatrk. *- ; $ : -. ... ,.Senate- bllfbeniiiled! An-- act governing f in, certain. cases} the
; Pursuant to previous .note; t.o.! following bills were: introduced Cenntjr Commissioner of Dnval county, should .bare fell e nr,afterwards. wlf-reproved: from; the etc*-every r.hII'J without !
and placed Among the order*. of the day, to wit! :' ... 0 _:.Was read the third time and put upon its passage, "npOn: whichthevote -.::- -- --- '-.find doobtless- -;would.,have- .Inrorred' tho condemnation nurkyand.(forbiddJft seemed'
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: ; ..A41Ftoba entitled atrnct provide or the maintenancecaro; .Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy! Anli'HuU-2. : .of all. : ling fire beckoned frto; stay' !Iy the cccifor -

: &nd custody lunatics or insane. persons'in this State;,, : :Nays-Mr;-Speaker, Me TL-\lrord.: Braddock,- Brokl\V, Buffing- SI S ,- tibia,hearth-stone! Wuirrt with inaction .

t <'i :.....b,;..',. By Mr. Alford: s ton,.,Campbell, Carter, ChairesfCly U; Cousins- Delk; DqVal; Fon- Saturday, Dec. 13- 1858.S Tile Presldeats. ....re.* jpuhered taolmion and concluded to w.
; ,.: ..-.. : A 4>iU to be entitled an act empowering the Register to sell to tane, Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins.: Heormaiis Helven I We regret our inability to publish. in the the festival. 'go to
Nathaniel Fowler a qasrt.er-a. ction.of land. ston, Holmes.. Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, Knightt McLjeary,. -.Mc. Notice.
\. :-: .. .. By Mr. Smithson:. Queen, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, UoulhnCr Slattrtf' SnvJth- The Feast iDtended'tor.the benefit of the Episcopal columns of the Floridian c.t Journal, the last Sometimes th mind i is retreated by brooding .

; ; .# A.bill) to be entitled an act to authorize N. A. Jamieaou. to establish ; .. son,'Taylor,.Vogt, Whitfield and Wilsol1-39. '. .... .. CL'urcii} i iu this city,.will take pi nee nt the Capitol on annual message of the President of the United over the dull outline of put iaeideat

n I -aJerry: across the Santa Fe River.-- .- .. I So the bill was.rejected '-r ,>;"," ". (J : nu "dnY l tbeTSlb: iDstnt 7V: Iock in the evening. States. Like all the other< public paper and. at'other !long* for 9oafnUof bright and ., :
-.. .. By.31r.Bratldock: Ordered that the same bo certified t to the Senate.t .. ,
b j. Ta1khnee, December.. 13tb, 1856. emanating from Gen. Pierce, this document new. It breaks the! doll -
: -A5.bil1.to bo.entitled nn act to define; the boundary.. between .j j A-bill to bo entitled-An to. provide for the .payment-of-.die, : .'_i monotony cutt. .
,.::-,. i is distinguished by a and dignity of day life and glides the ,
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Dual nnd Nassau counties. debts of the State, : .- .- - >c. den. Ilarney and tbe Indians. tt*
'.; ', I style that is truly and a clearness of fancy. If it can' find ..
.: .., B. ,1\r.\ Cousins: I Was read the third time. '-' ..- .- -- : \Ve would direct the attention of our read engaging, no congeniality .c.cruise. #.
-S. A bill.to. be entitled an act to improve the navigation of the Suwannee j I Mr. Cousins moved that said bill bo postponed; Until the Commit- of statement that has never been excelled by it mingle in the_icene*,,of j|jIs OWq S
:f S River. :! teo on Indian Affairs shall report ;nn-abstract of tht debtsnOv duo era to the interesting correspondence in to I any previous State paper of the kind, submit. active creation Pleased a* it mayl"4
By Mr.t Gonzalez: by the State on account of Indian Hostilities in pursuance of the : day's "paper, between Gen. Ilarney anti Gen. .
S ted to the United States Congr sa. The reasoning its own ideals lovely I and innocent
; r. A )bill to be entitled an act granting to the city of Pensacola certain nitition agreed to by the House on yesterday, i Curter, covering a demand for seven independent : glidUig
." lands therein mentioned. :! Which was not agreed to. companies of mounted Volunteers, is close and convincing, and prcsontod i through a warm imagination, they turn out

: .4 Notice was'given of intention to introduce the following bills at j The bill was then put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : : in addition! to those in the service of in a manner that any unprejudiced mind I at last, to be but prototype of the noblest
: : some..future'day: I Yeas-:Mr.\ Speaker, !Messrs.\ Arnan, Bellamy, Braddock.Urokaw, I already will admit is both cogent :and irrefragable.; I specimens of humanity. But this medium

., By Mr. Johnston : j Chores, Clyatt, Duval), Footane, Frink, Gettis, Gonzalez, Heermans, I II the United tl1tcs. The .entire Volunteer The President alludes first to the general soon becomes too aeriform and it
; A: bill to allow William: B. Watkius to purchase the Northwest ( Helvenston! Holmes, Irwin, Johnston, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Tav-. force will consist. perhaps, of n thousnnd I tumbles
S '0 .quarterjof section 16, township 18, range 25, South and East, at its 1 lor, Whitfield and Wilson-23. !I 'men, the companies of which will prosperity of the Union, and then dilutes up. down to the stereotype human nature,and

; -. appraised: l value. : Nays-:Messrs. Alford, Buffington, Campbell, Cousins, Delk, Golden :: independently, of each other operate on the important i issues decided upon in the !! i Ii most delighled'with that specimen in wife) *

'. S By Mr. Arnau: : I Hankin!?', Hull, Ingram, Knight, :McLeary, McQueen Alims, 1 1I : as no regimentalorganizatian I' recent Presidential election. The comprehensiveness the true, the beautiful, and the good, are net
: 4' A bill'to be entitled an. act to incorporate the St. Augustine and I Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smithson and Vogt-18. is expected or desired. of his argument upon this subject smothered under the flimsey gauze of .. .S
'. -. .SL Johns River Railroad Company ; and, : So the bill passed-title as stated.; I Gen. Harney has commenced the arduous rj
'. .S A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act. incorporating the St. I Ordered that the same be ceitified to the Senate. duty removing the' Indians, in good earnest I j is forcibly illustrated in the following lON-etiquette, affective courtesy, and bnzta ..1

S Augustine and Picol.it.-i: Railroad Company. 4 A: bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to provide for the ; ; and with his known activity, t brief summary extracted from the message! : flattery.

By :M\ r. Holmes: I payment of Grand and Petit Jurors, approved December 22d 1, 1854, indomitable! experience :I They have averted:: the constitutional$ r What a mystery to man is man ; no lessso
A-bill to b? entitled an act to require Justices of the Peace of this Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the : will, no one doubts that lie !I equality of each and all oftlie States of the are we to ourselves. But the Festival'

S State to'givc bond and security for the faithfnl performance:.. of' theirS I| vote was : ': will succeed altim.-itejy( if not immediately.His I Union as S'ates ; they have affirmed the con- Certainly it was a brilliant affair. .
S : dutiss'; also, : .: Yeas-:Messrs.\ Alford, Arnau, Buffington, Clyatl, Delk, Getti.:*, object} is to terminate the war: before :: stitntional equality of each and all of the vFestival;
.. S, I A.bill to be_ entitled an act requiring the Register of Lands t to Golden, Gonzalez, I Ilaukins, Heormans, Helvenston, Holiues; Hull, spring, and should bn fail to do so, will give citizens of the United Stales :as citizen, whatever is something musical l in the term.. The
-, .. have all the School! Lands: in Calhoun County appraised and or..r! 'I.1 Irwin, Johnston, Knight, Nicks, Penn, Slaton and Vogt-20.i .. sufficient protection to the 'frontier inhabi. I their religion wherever their birth or expression conveys an idea of simple elegance '

:- .:. for sale. i Nays-:Mr. Speaker, ,Messrs. Bellamy:. Braddock, Brokaw, Camp-i tants tho : their residence ; they have maintained J the inviolability ; and pleasure. Smiles fleeted, over good La.i .
By Mr.\ Bellamy : j I bell; Chaires, Cousins, Duval, Fontanc, Ingram. McLeary, Minis!, by establishment of a cordon of f !i of the constitutional rights of the i mored countenances like the rays of
A bill to be entitled an act to exempt from levy and sale in this .! Parkhill, Pope, Roulhac, Smithson, Taylor, Whitfield and \\TilsonIn. forts across the Peninsula, to enable them to !,I different sections of the Union, and they have I April over blooming flowers. What tunny

State. by execution: attachment or other process, one slave or more. give proper attention to agricultural pursuit 1 proclaimed their devoted and unalterable at- a eon.
: Mi- : So the bill stated. II i tract Iliems howled without while Vet
'IbT' I Knight:: plssed-titl as !. tachment to the Union and to (the Constitution
A bill'th .e tlLIish! new election precincts in Putnam county. ; Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. The for ( as objects of interest superior to all II I smiled within. Would joy pen a I"'tehm.

..... .. S Qn"motion; ; of Mr. Mims, the House reconsidered (the \"otc"on yes i: Mr. Arnau moved that the House adjourn: until to-niorro\v, 10 ; requisition an additional numberof I subjects of local or sectional controversy, as on her silvery page, here she would have
terd 'rejecting Senate bill to be entitled act to authorize Mary o'clock A. !M. Volunteers by Gen Harney, will.relieve S
y, an .. the safeguard of the rights of all, as the spirit I glided like a nymph, where flowers
: Mofino/a; minor, to assume tho management of her own estate, and, ;; Which was not agreed to. i iI the State of the necessity, and consequentlythe and the essence of the liberty, peace and faces and pretty
said.bi1[ was placed' among the orders of the day. !I A bill to amend and alter the law in regard! Auctioneers in this ': expense of an independent Volunteer greatness of the republic.In I pretty things reflected and refracted

_. S .. On motion of)Ir. Cousins, leave of absence was granted to Mr. i State, I I It force, thereby saving to the Stale no inconsiderable doing this they have at the same time, the images of things brauiiful. Woold
Wilson after to.day, until Tuesday next. I Was read the third time. i debt that emphatically condemned the idea of organizing fancy have glittered more brightly amid the :
Mr. Bellamy introduced resolution for the relief of J. W. Bryant !I Mr.:\ Buffington moved that the rule be waived to permit him to !I would have embarrassed I! in these United States mere geographicnl t twinklings of bright scenes, certainly she
offer amendment said bill our pockets and credit, for to
i an to many years
"- II I parties ; of marshaling in hostile airav would not have passed the Festivat. With
Which was placed among the orders of the day. I Which was not agreed to. : come. toward each other the different
of the
The Committee Enrolled Bills, made! the following Report : I I On motion of Mr. Buffington, the rule was waived and sail! bill i i1Iaj. country} Noith or South, East or parts\r(' t. I all this sparkling and merriment, good music

The Committee on Enrolled Bills, ask 1 leave to report the following :i was referred to a Select Committee, consisting of Messrs. Bulling. W II. Chase. : fell in soothing accents, swelling the tide of

bills as correctly enrolled: : ton, Smithson and Knight. The efficient The President then: gives a dispassionate I good feeling, and producing in our better af. .
An act to change the name of Sarah A. Fthma ; i A bill to be entitled an act to extend the jurisdiction of Justices i' Piesident' of the Pvneacola! j analysis of the causes which have led to the I I fections, what w sometimes feel, but .

An act to provide for the election of a County Site. for Holmes! of the Peace in certain cases in this Slate, ( and Alabama Railroad Company, has been i i formation of this sectional party, by mei half cannot

Coui-ty ; i. Was read the third time and put upon its passage:! upon. which. the sojourning in this city for several days past. j i who merely! use the pl-a of preventing the express. May wa ever find it in
'S -:, : .- An.act for the relief-of N. O. J. Staley, Tax Assessor and Collcctprof vote was : / If'" ': i We are pleased to hear from this gentleman our hearts to do good, when we are so richly
4 Jackson.County ; Yvas-Mr.'Speaker: Messrs.! Alford, Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Ij j jj that the of which I spread slavery: into the future States in paid: for it, when the idea of giving is dfown

Au.act to amend the Road Law applicable the County of Du j Brokaw, Buffiugton, Campbell\ Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, De-Ik, Duval, I II enterprise, he is the chief order to change tho domestic institutions of ed by the pleasure of receiving, our purse

,' I l FontaneFriffif, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, [Hankins, Heermans', Hel. Director, is speedily progiecsing, and. in a i those now existing. He demonstrates, very relax and conscience for
strings might
: act to authorize Richard Ellison to establish a Ferry on the I! venston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, )IcLearv, Me- short time will be completed to the Alabama i! clearly, that such an object is revolutionary. I once,
: Suwannee River; :| Queen, Mims, :Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Slatun, .)ii8itli.son line, a distance of forty miles. and the only path to its accomplishment at least; would smile approval of the action.SPECTATOR. .
the of Julia E. Falana and for other : Wbitlield and Wil"5on--tO. i : .
An act to change: name pur) Taylor, Vogt, / --
poses. !, Nays-Messrs. Cousins! and Knight-2. I j The Cosmopolitan Art Journal. !i is through burning cities and ravaged fields

C. P. CHAIRES, Chairman. | So the }bill passed-title as stated. We have on our table the November i and slaughtered populations." That the aggressive To the members of the General Assembly:
Which was read. I I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. ; of this celebrated policy) of the North tegets a spiritof GE'iTLEXEX-Permit: a fellow citizen to
The Committee on Engrossed Bills made the following report : I j A bill to be entitled an act further to define the duti.-s of the Proj j "Quarterly, which attains I defiance at _the South, severing the ties of tbe propriety of
Tbe Committee on Engrossed Bills ask leave to report the following !| bate Courts of this State, i i in our opinion, the highest :standardof suggest making some provision
affection that in the of the Re.
early days
S bills as correctly engrossed, viz: '' Was read the third time, and, on the question of its passage, the \ American literature. It is an enterpriseof for wretched insane..
S "" S A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the payment of the debts ,, vote was : j merit, and we very cheerfully commend it public marked us as one people anxious for For our fellow beings who are afflicted

15. of the State ; !, Yeas-:Mr. Speaker: :Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Bellanij, Braddock, } to the of readers. the preservation of the Union upon the prin- with the most direof all temporal calamities
,- : A bill to alter and amend the law in regard Auctioneers in this Brokaw, Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins, I Ball patronage our Mr. G. A. ciples of equality that constitute the element -loss of reason-tbe Slate should have an88Jla.
of this
State Delk Duval Fontane Frink Gettis Golden Gonzalez Hankins place is authorized to receive
; of our national existence. Tho President ... In the mean time until inch institution .
A bill to he entitled an act to extend thy jurisdiction: of Justices ol 1 Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, I subscriptions.FOR an
S also: the base
the Peace in certain cases within this State ; :i KlIi McLeary: McQueen, Minis, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope", i reprobates attempts to facilitate can be established within tbe State,

,. A bill to be entitled an act further to define the duties of the Pro Roulhac, .Slaton;,, .Smithson, Tavlor, Vogt, Whitfield! and "'"Wilson i TIIK: FLORIDIAN IL JOUHXAlT.Quixcv I II.the escape and prevent the return of fugitive let the Legislature; make an annual appropriation .

, bate. Courts of this State ; I I 42.:: FLA., Dec. 10th, 1856. !I! from service !; and (tho opposition to the ad to defray tbe expenses necessary to

A bill to be entitled an act to change the present mode of selling I. Nays-None. "-- I DR. JAXKS: : S. JONES, mission of new States with constitutions allowing carry our insane to an asylum in some neighboring .
State Lands.and .u- t the I 1 I bill!1 pi5u; : -lille as slalt>1 I I,0 .
Editor .
of the Floridian and Journal slavery.The t State, and to them there.
.. A bill to he entitled nu act: to amend an act entitled an act to provide Ordered that: the same be certified\ to the Senate. : support
for the payment of Grand and Petit Jurors, approved December A bill to be entitled an act to change the present mode of selling DKAR Sin :-In the editorial columns of President then recites the various I The attention of'' the wiiter of this baa

22d, 1S54. State Lands, the last issue of your paper: there is refer- questions connected with the territory obtained been recently called to tbe subject by the

II. H. SLATON, Chairman. Was read the third! time and put upon! its: passage; upon \\hich! once made to the contents of a letter, purporting of France and shows that it was acquired piteous cries, and heart-piercing shrieks of a
Which was read and the bills placed among tile orders of the day. : the vote was: .
to have been written by some one under a treaty, that guarantied that poor manice who isnow confined the comfortless
The Committee on Finance and Public Accounts made the following Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Arnan, Bellamy, Braddock, -
from this place, over the States be formed and admitted into I tenement erected for felons!
anonymous i weie I
S report: Brokaw, Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins,
-. The Committee on Finance and Public Account, to whom was Delk, Duval, Frink, Geltis, Golden, Gonzalez! llaukins, Heermans! ture of" Floridian." As the subject alludedto I the Union on terms of equality with the original I Tliis ought not so to be. The guilty only

referred the application of the State Treasurer for an appropriationof Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, Knight, McLenry is one of an extremely delicate character, : States. I should be funished, unfortunate should

three hundred dollars to provide for the deficiency of the last appropriation : ;McQueen\ Minis;\ Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Pope, Alhac, Sla: : and its agitation calculated to produce unnecessary r be consoled if possible.
After the of Kansas
_ for the contingent of the Supreme Courts Smithson Whitfield Wilson-H.. i vindicating passage !
expenses beg ton, : Taylor, Vogt, i itement in the -
ex HUMANITY.From : .
leave to report and recommend the passage of the following bill.TILLMAN :Nays-:None. ) community, we regret Nebraska bill, the President gives a history
-S INGRAM: I, So the bill passed-title as stated. exceedingly that you should have of revolutionary disorder in Kansas, --S Peninsular.

S S Chairman. Ordered that.the same bo certified to the .Senate. yeilded to the advice to give it such public II and points out its origin in projects of intervention [ the Tampa ]

_ : ',"Ilich'as read and concurred in, and tho accompanying bill I Senate Resolutions asking Congress to grant Lands: to this Statein notoriety We regret this the more, (torn the I deliberately arranged by certain Tile Removal of 'the ScElaoles.
placed among the orders of the dIY : lieu of the 16th Sections in Forbes' Purchase and the Arretfondo convi tion that the conspiriry" alluded to I The subject of removing the Indians is a. .
I The Committee on the Judiciary made the following report: Grant, hits not the foundation members of that Congress which enacted the gain beIng agitated,and we revert to it with
The Committee on the Juuiciarj, to whom was referred a bill entitled i Were read the third time and put upon their adoption, upon which slighest I and is the i law for the organization of the Territory." the pleasing assurance that the much desired

nn act to legalize the will of John Perry, deceased, have had I the vote was : emanation doubtless of some nervous suf. I The extravagaut exaggeration of the difficulties consummation w'UMre obtained! "speedilyas
the Same under consideration, and arc of the opinion that the pas- ; Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Alford, Braddock.Brokaw, Buffing. I ferer,," or the malicious act perhaps of some I possible. Geri/Harney i is in command of
in Kansas alluded and
-I ". -sage of the act might interfere with tho vested::: lights of heir, and : ton, Campbell!, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt. Cousins, Delk, Dnwil, Fontane abolitio.-i; sympathiser, whoso only design is : are next to, the troops in Florida, and hIS well-establish
_ S other persons: and that would! t be contrary to the! common !law, as Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Heermans, Helvenston; Hull!!, to afford food fur his fanatical northern I the final restoration of tranquility without ed character as an active and energetic man
well as.to the statutes of ths: State : therefore, in ther; opinion, the I! Ingrcni: Irwin, Johnston, Knight, 1fcLearYlcQueen: Mirns, Nicks, i bretheren. I one drop of blood having been shed in its and successful Indian fighter,affords us'good

: said; act should notbe passed. i Parkl I ill, Penn, Pope, Roulhac, Slaton, Smithston, Taylor* .Yogt, I i .I accomplishment by the forces of the United I ground to hope that, Under such favorable
-.-. JAMES:\ GETTIS, : Whitfield Wilson-as.: ., I j The character of the letter carries condemnation States." I auspices, our Indian ;difficulties will soon be
Chairman. : Nays-None.: t. > j j on its face, for it i is manifest to every settled-the savages removed or extermina
Which was read und concurred in, and the: accompanying) bill i So the Resolutions were adopted.On I| reflecting mind, that if tho author of it were The message denies the right of the President ted. '

.' placed among the orders of the day. \ motion of Mr. Getti /'the title of said Resolutions was amended entitled to credit, instead of I to interfere in case of any irregularity 1 1I Gen. Ilarney is fresh from the West, '
The Select Committee to whom was referred Senate bill to be en- I by adding and, all other grants.! !- I. any making an in elections, or to decide on their legality in where he has been engaged in subduing a
titled an act to allow Wm. S. Perry to enter the Northwest quarter Ordered that the adoption of said resolutions be certified to the anonymous communication to the editor of I than States. powerful tribe of Indians. H. is, we presume

: of section 16, Township ten, Range twenty-two of the Common Senate. '. I n public Journal, embodying dark insinuations : Territories any more about fifty-six years of age but pos
School Lands, made the following report: I Senate bill to be entitled an act in relation to pilot ge at the Port I and indefinite hints he would have chosen 'I His views both historical and legal of the sess all the energy and vigor of youth, combined .

The Select Committee to whom was referred a bill to be entitled I Ian of Key West, in the county of Monroe, I rather to confer with his'neighbours in I i questions involved in this momentous issue with an indomitable energy which,together .

act to a.llowViIliam S. Perry to enter the North.west quarter of i Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the : this vicinity, and given the facts upon which! make up a masterly) and authentic expositionof with his experience in fighting the
S section 1C Township ten, Range twenty-two: of the Common School \'oteVa!\: S I Seminoles in this State, eminently qualify
; Lands, ask I leave to i Yeas-Mr. Speaker: Messrs. Alford, Arnau, Braddock, Brokaw !I he based his suspicions. f the difficulties, which, is to be hoped, are him for tbe position he now occupies-Com

0 .. : REPORT : : Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Chaires, Clyatt, Cousins!, Delk, Duval II I As citizens of this vicinity, wo do not hesitate I now settled forever. mander-in-chief of the troops in Florida.

I Fontane: Frink, Gettis, Golden, Gonzalez, Hankins, Helvenston I : to announce.- it as our conviction that, The fiscal condition of the Government is A tripartite treaty between the United
That.they, have had. said bill under consideration, and report the Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Irwin, Johnston, Knight, McLeary, Mc the insinuations of this letter writer is a sheer I next treated of. The receipts from all sour States, the Creeks and the Seminole in the
same back to the House recommending its passage: with the follow. Queen, !Minis, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Slaton, Smithson, Taylor, West, (we will probably: publish the treaty
: ing amendment: viz: Strike out the words one dollar and twenty- Vojjt t, Whitfield and Wilson-38. fabrication and an unfounded slander upon ces during the fiscal year was $73,918,141, next weekwhich) passed the Senate at the

- a five cents per acre" and insert It its appraised valiK1." Nays-None. .. the character of our slave population. We and the expenditures, including over twelve last session of Congress, and will, undoubtedly

: S TILLMAN INGRAM, So the bill passed-title 'as stated. respectfully request that you wiil send us the millions paid on the redemption of the public pass the House,at an early day <'f&e!
--4:;: '-' -. II. H. SLATON. Ordered that the be certified to the Senate. session and receive the S
S. f same original letter, in order that we may institute debt, was $72,948, 792. He recommends a next ofcl sane
% J. P. PENN. Mr. Delk moved that the House take a recess until 3 o'clock, P.M. I! lion or the Presidentmakes; ,
concurred S an enquiry into to its authorship reduction of the revenues from the customs: ,
r Which was read and in, and the accompanying bill I Ipl : ., to the Seminoles in Florida-pP.tions
cedmoug the orders of the day. Which was not agreed to. ;. We are, very respectfully, so as not to exceed forty eight or fifty millions indemnity for all sacrifice and expenses incurred

t The following message was received from the Senate : I On motion.of Mr.\ Helvenston, Yours &c. per annum. The questions connectedwith in removing to the West-an equal

T -* SKXATE CHAMBER., .Dec. 9th, 1856. I The House adjourned until to-morrow, !0) o'clock, .\. M. C. H. DUPONT, the foreign relations of the country are footing with their brethera already removed,
.: 'Hon. Speaker of the Hotue of Representatives :
H. GIBSON or, if distinct government, together
next taken The country i is at with necessary
up. peace
: Senate has tho.following bills viz
SJH The passed : I liberal and
4 bounty,
-A'bilUo be entitled an act to authorize Richard Ellison to establish TAMPA, November 21)) HENDEE, : all Nations. wiL a docol

I a Ferry, on the Suwannee.River; S Hon. Joseph B. Lancaster, Mayor of this city, and a distinguished I .-: ISAAC R. HARRIS, I II The Sound Dues are as ,yet unadjusted and AdvAote. p. ciUi governments Individual -

t **'A WH to Amend the Road Law applicable to .the County of Du- jurist and politician. died, oil Tuesday, tho 25th inst., at his residence THOMAS M UN ROE, I with Deumark. Our relations with Central and national rights from invasion by other -
i in this of Pneumonia. The funeral riles were .
: val place, performed I
WILLIAM MUNROE\ tribes &c.
.fA4jiII'to::: be'entitled, an act to change the name of Julia E. Falana by the Masonic fraternity on Wednesday. ., I America are next discussed-and the message On the, faith. of this treaty, Geu. Uaroey
.:, V Very Respectful! (ttr: On Thursday last, Gen. Harney left Fort Brooke on the concludes with a congratulation on theprospt'rity will endeavor to have a consultation with the

:. ,, ** S. J. PERRY, steamer: Jasper, for Fort Dallas, via Key Weat. J. FORMAN.E. of the country, and its peace at Indians (to e1ec which he ha" for..the present -
; Hi' Secretary of the Senate. ;. B. BALLOU, home and ah road-and the advice that in ordered of on the
Lieut. T. J. Haines and CIII. Monroe have left Tampa for New cessatjau 110tlte
: Which! read and the accompanying bills ordered to be en. ,
was nd
: N. H. STEWART.S. .
in ,
: :r, .. ;rotJ d.J: ,I 5- S York. Col. !Monroe\ will return to Florida, to take command of our domestic relation we guard against tho part of the wbit" save d.reo: ,:
4th B. STEPHENS, the discontents the ambitions the that flags hdisple: !&d
Artillery. of tc
-T. The! following MesRgc. was received from the Senate : the ; shock ; wherever I ): j "which
4 -.r.q.c-q;: 3.. c/," SATE CHAXBCK, 10th Dec.,. 1850.r The Peninsular. the 29th ult. says : THOMAS Y. HENRY interests, and the exuberant, .and,therefore, he tbe DAy b oaa

'lH :ar r"of ihtfJHotue.of Representaii; Gen. Harney will endeavor-to have a consultation with the Indians We' publish with pleasure the above highly sometimes irregular impulws, of opinion, of wi, *present well the (iMI'O&long olr-
i, TIi; Stnatr-fca* pawed the following.biil and resolutions, ( effect which he has for the ordered a cessation a :
to present
( word
which the natural force-endin
l satisfactory card, from a number of the most of action, are product or by a Mpunf o
I r-- "\.J S.- 'of hostilities the part of ilia whites, save in the defensive, and to
honest i inducement prevail
I: w' S .'uiN fctt tb44eientftle&&alat; to incorporate:.company to own and that flags of truce bo displayed! whenever and wherever Indians may respectable citizens of Gadsden county, giv- the present political elevation, the self te. every : peaceably; atUe p

i ND.a line of Steam Vessels! under tde! style of the Florida SavanOtfHsttoa beroundyin.tvbih: ): he will present the liberal offers of government&, jug an emphatic denial of the existence of a lianee' and the restless spirit.. of enterprise of taftoro'inca9e ;of rrf m f d

:! :, ;d Steam Packet Company ; ;; '"-at well as the folly longer resisting by force, ; and, in ,a,word, conspiracy of character alluded to in our the people of the United States." he, du authority t 0(
t t, A bill to ba:twt&led'*njwt to appoint Prosecuting Attorneys for S avail him e'.( every'honest) inducement'to(' prevail upon thfcra to last issue, the rather doubtful authorityof ba thoaa.to'tamo* a. .t m
upon lug :
.. ,theh to4C4rtft&aafej-jusd 'to'aniral\ !Ian; act approved llth Detfeib remove 'pencejbly ; communication puporting to. emanate It is reported from Washington The
; 11i355 "8 titJesl"&n 'act ta.dang.& mode of compensation .refusal( .that Iii has the*authority'and: the mean of forcing them to a ._ wbseiliU: botse,w \mlq4.that:
,;1 _. (& tkrtV.ril Solicliorand! Proweoting Attorneys 'In this State; term: .", "' : .'.>"j' 'w'.. from.a citizen of- that county.' While'_ t _,,as. we- (federal. thoritiel.have'concJuded' arrange- ataghmc tbe not a p..Uioatowinroence -

1 rIc31i! e entitled. Tin act. in favor of- the 'American Telegraphic. .. St 7'Fhe, State Volunteers will soon. be mustered into the LJ. 8.0erice. stated in our former notice, :of this....subject,, S meat. for.the peaceful withdrawal of Billy troopssre hostIlities, *DOW'1.a..o.'but 'especially i-
Com l' t ,4 :" !: bl-tt' onfideuosItith. real and his follower from Florida. A -
1'Po Bowlegs 'philantnrop-
we placed ap : or imagi; recommend lt* lfh
4iuttonwlttivertoihe GnubatroniAcii !'4 1- ,. : f I' e
t lAngus
: 1854 i '
cR* : S
.to nary revelation. .fan unknown correspond delegation of 8 mlnole duets firm wejt of 1 U'.ai,another o t;:loia
i&M and. L.M.
Resolnrioii l forthardief.df! ;jDaridson .5
-. ,.... Honse. r_. ... t -- '.. ..... f...1.,...- ,.t ,. .. ;.0 THE: jttixois LEOULATUAE.-'fbe Illinois Legislature appear* to dent, we did t'r"1'at"liberty to? _disregardthe the Mississippi are to bd wnl to FIOrMsithpeovlslotsof poor orntTd.Uithy ,
'- .5 4aIn* '' '.t z s4 ii- : I. and tnnihUaHooy ,
JJr' SI tie
i ,balanced.,, The Democrats have on.majority in Senate their:.
be 'prYDt.
of and liberal of
-r > admonition numerous !intelligent cOo.
4RsethzIIy, V : persons iJ .present* gnfefe tioB
: follow a"r'je@
; and; tbe Republicans I o'ne'majority in the House, bujt the Lieu. o
1 .. oU co efor M c.i4! 1 J '* .. '& ::PEERYif GoveIWl:19sL, elected is a Republican-Vnrl\ thai'give* them a 'with whom we conferred, to make r-me land. Meantime, Gen. Harney '.!a .Ii&y vJ.

.');;1 erift 1.p1 '2n3 ; i;" l' :Secretary. of iha Senate. ilfrU tenant\ (he..Senate.:;_ :''Tlio'SuV'wWlic1 re-dlstr1qtcdrhy.tho'l : Legisla.ftftZli .' sort bf reference to a-matter. :of painful'D'elk preparing Cor.a' campaign 'agatnttgeiin tliL.. In .mean lime ;every arrangtwen*.will.

1 --0: atQa e n&tO"bUJs ,nroIitionwi1&: so1ution. 'pla to'be ceil 1: J :l t *vi".it fi..i' as J thoiGjuv'erndf" ; ; e'ectJ; is-ii a. Republican, that 1 cacy,"and;' ,hytid-theand 'of imp as Ieexlfr'i'.m J ;, -/case""or the" faflare.of; ;RMctfulratM. be 'madft' tcmue.: of&ntJTC: OraQ,1 \ .. I
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fntnlioitedt *BH) ,hare V dcmonstra.In ', ".ecnit, 'SI1e. Military Institute liT : .Ch8O. I Large ,Sales .' 'I I 1Mi6.: ,.
In that er nt. we bare everv reason to Georgia :, .. i .. > 0 ". It ceGliffti Itl.f

hoP&tbat the w*yTIn be, irougbt to L jOt1.tt'lIfu1 WILt b tI01d to the b1gbftgdih4 co U.barib I .A R1JtSrGA.. ro.K A BOXES per R.H. 1b1e. : I OK Tin r. A ftk 'f'UOI 0 .
O\J Cheese.
nezt itt bI
termination tbe Ton e Alli. V boxes jEnglish Dairy : 0* fr.6'prl ,J"IocL .
shortest""passible CollIIDbia crmntyt' P1oidL K fl th Negroe su. For sale by R H. BERUY. :I FIRST THUBSDAY JAHXTABY- : il.T.n..
- e-by.a simnlUneons o( aU the a- Land and ot1er property of John w Lo1rI,decnBed. I find term of the acadmic year at this In- November 22, 1856. __ 47 I L -0WILL ofas. ts'kts tre4 ; csothtn(l'M S
THE .. '
vtiUble'force, which"u.m *amount to about ting ofTonr raluable Negroes 800 ncrea of land I!I commences on the 20th of July and l' -u -- BE SOLD.ON THE PREMI3KS, (.0 IU ,;I follows :
for thenrotetl lyrag wu the Whrt Sprfng Hamnu county, 180 1 "ends .the 20th of December. The second terra I Executor's Sale. LA- .tI '
2500, rank and file. A_ line! of posts, acres lvMg near.ColmBbta on I nbovr mect.-.ed.lt public outcry I I Staple flu ry o.tn Sf4tI7 =-
: m"Of the frontier" is-to be establishedcommencing ...TERMS| made known in the Colurahim county. I I nramenees on the 20lh( of February, and ends on the I fl'HE Executors of the vill ,ofthH L'ox John M. ;NIER'S PLANTATION in M"rfi-on Comity, Fkmda Busts.Shti.. .larI -.miyc

at some suitable! point on-ihe* on day of salt. >; ., 20th of July. j i JBttrrien,bte of Chatam county,Georgia, deceased, ,comprising 164O acres of first rate IAI.U.Tniis to.(MI kit HiraM CJa .. ,.
..- ABA A. STEWART I : Tin amount appropriated to the Institute by the, One third Cash. and the balance in two j I I Grocwie Flwcfe BraaAf.Sutynor .
offer for sale, by authority of the same, the following I Fine -
w stem coast, and ending at Ft.. Capron on JAMES a JONES 'fEztra. Legislature of Georgia at iU last session, has beer) equal annual instalment drawing eight per cent. interest j I VtMn. Port S'M5Itil *laW.I .
Decembpr property : .
O-tdl' I
India" River-ganisoned.nv about ten Companies : 13.1E56.. expended in erecting additional building. There I. A tract of land situated on Black Creek in Chat- and secured by mortgage f rnHb land. (I SA LT A qn ntJtrr. .d.IOTd .,-euh, 4
and three four will be -- will, therefore be accommodation, at the beginning.of 4Si'lt'rC'Cl cleared and in cultivation! and urxl.r flr.8ett.., Jt,
; or Companies' I ;I' hall county Georgia, about 1! miles by the Augusta air (lnQCJU3-&C"fl, .. .
|!rnrJoxcJ.hJ scouting!
*' 'J'. In2"ians .' demands against the estate hundred and thirty, the }>rt aitvrmr>i1>tr. .the Springfield PlAntat OD. Tbe tract is near the comfortable dwelling good out houses 9 good n gru ,!I 8, 1858. 4S J. R. LtqtD.I

To use Gcn'f Ijarney's" language le" of Leon county, ( *';.ill The course of studios, and systems of iustrnction I lin of the proposed Cfaaileston & SavannahJlaflroad. cabins, good barn gin-lwosa and screw. |I __ ._- ----
oiu'tt'be k"epl below trie t tll n1 ht& : take Dhtice'thAt and discipline are modelled after the West Point pmthe J lands sitiiate in the Patterson Haia- Wanted
tll'Y must p-eMJt them to the undersigned A portion of it baa formerly) been cultivated in rice. These are I! _
*-' U e'enfcrtiiinlh 'i'
tvieW' be obtained h the Indians, the fib. by law, or this notice will W plead in bar of th r-. scientific and practical education, to develop including the Dwelling House and grounds lately the Madison Court House, about eleven miles from Mad | Ov/V/A A Km1t.&adi.
in cath
his and teach him be paid orNov.
offers which will be presented by Gen.srpeythe corery; and all persons indebted to said estate are physical strength, to to punctual Summer Residence of the deceased, Tentator. known iaon and twenty from MOlll ecllo. The Rail Road j jo I .
ra1 hereby notified to make systematic, industrious and economical in his bab l from Tj llaba"se to JAckllOn. |
immediate payment to the as Rnckingham,situated about S miles sou'h of Clarksville now being const ructe
man, above all others, of whom unrlcrsignetL' E. C. GRISSETT, Admfr. it*. and about 25 miles from the line of the Rabun 1 rifle and Savannah, also pisses through the phntalion. 8.1856.. ::44

the Seminoles Iwiro a tlrearf may 'induce December 18, I85<8. 60-8w The Faculty consists of wr professors (all of them o Gap Railroad. Th. tract contain 50 acres of fair I 1 be lands arc fresh and level and of tbe first ;( at teat.- '
all l the Indians southern mea) The Superintendent, and the Commandant nod the i il believed ta b cue Of PROVISIONS-plenty
and probably to cease I average upland, of which abort 40 acres have been quality, plantation
many dfsastious oppoSItion to the overtures of.ourgOVefl1flflt C. H. AUSTIN are graduates of the U. S. Military Academy cleared and cultivated; the remainder !ir well woodet! : the most desirable in Middle Flondit. BBLS. Flour, S
their nt West Point.ExpeD8C1. I ,0
: 8 Casks Bacon Skies and 1 ShoulJfr.
with the ordinary growth of the country. The Dwelling i -ALSO-
accept its munificence and /COMMISSIONER of Deeds for for board] tuition fuel l and ,
States of New lights washing 2 Din5rlds Hams
House i is commodious nnd in ,
: large,
remove p nc(fuU.f. We say wo entertainthis \J York, P rnslv.Mia, Virginia North and South per term in advance, |112 60 I pair. The sib comtnontis an extensive complete river of the re I At the same time and place, will be sold fur Cash 10 Bbls. Mess Pork.

hope, and we are strengthened in it by Carolina and Georgia.Dec. Expenses Surgeon, fet% per annum $5 00 Blue Ride Mountains. A fine spring of water is : SEVENTY VALUABLE SLAVES, | 2 Lard and 10 kp Jj. -
I 6, 1856. 49-31 For further.pl\tticulal'lI. or frr a copy of the Regulations the House. On the !I 4 Molasses to ilo. Rectified \fL :"r.
fact that Gen. Harney can give them I near Dwelling premise arc and Blacksmith and
the of the Institute to Col. A. V. BUCKET including one a guvJ
apply -
I I Kitchen!),Stables,Carriage House,Corn Houe. SmokeHouse Carpenter 10 Suwr 4 do. Prwwb Bi* nit.by Fur 1Ittl.
that if those .
honest assurances they reject Flour Flour Superintendent, or t., A.J. HANSELL I house ..en'ilnand l seam Ilreu.I
I Dry-well, Water well, and Farmer's Dwelling ) McNAUGHT, ORMOND*CO.-
hold but short time Sec. of Board of Trustees.
oflei-s! they can out a :it 9fl BARRELS Al ison Extra, I : house, all conveniently and substantially built. AnI I I -ALSO- i".or.56. 45

most, atlt that they will be visited with wdl dI'J O' Crafion: .. December 6, 1856. 49-Sm I orchard on the grounds contains a large number of About 6000 bushels Corn, -

merited chastisement! for tlu-ir fool-hnrcii ness CO City Mi l Is Sunn fine. I' rare fruit trees of various descriptions.III. SO.OuO pounds of Foddct, India Rubber Belting-. 4.A 4.
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For sale at the CALAP CAS>U SiV UE. 50,000Havana Segars. The following tracts of land in Florida : A .1. CO bushels S ed Peas, \ LARGE SUPPLY of finite Rubber Dtl Otr.ol .

Spicing Piantaiions.. i JOHN R. LLOYD. I. .1 A LL persons who love to smoke good SEGARS tract of land in AlAchua county .Florida designatedas I 250 head of Hogs, t. two, three and four ply. warranted idly ensZ .

I December Sa\sa exchange1 Mr. George G. Henry I '.h _______ ______ _h__ __ __ I: kUi and Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug t i. The tract lias witliiu 4 miles of the Ib.-- of the I 14 Woiking Mule, : ere bv those who per baretriechbcvi.taptriarftoLtaU-

has sent us a detailed description of his I For Sale I Store of AMES ,t LIVELY. 1 Fcruandina and Cedar Keys Railroad.! Two huge Road Wapov (Ii tr. All sues, from 4 to 14 lucLei wid, oosta.tly
I Nov. 29, 1856. 48 Three tracts of laud in Wakulhi county, known as i One light twohqp'seVzg.n, on hand by LADXX

tercet-SB of iiianufactoiing cotton Jams onplat.tations A FIRST RATE COOK, Washer nUll Irnncr. aged -.-- -- Lot number 18, containing S60 acres. Lot number One good Ox Wagon j NowportOet.1Sl8&- 4* 1'

ai d wicb seems destined work i nbout 28, will tw.) children: boy RUt girl. i Candies &'C : 27, containing 360 acres, and part of Lot number 28, I One Yoke t'f Oxwn .
Terms cni-h. Enquire' at this fhVc. i containing 280 acres. One Lacier Mill, i Lumber, Iv

important Jt'tults-firt-l, in favorably J influeiiciig i December C, 1856. ,49ZwAdministrator's : T'UST RECEIVED an as-sortnient of "Stuarts" The property in Ilabmham county mnv be examined Blacksmith's TooN Fai u-nag Uteo.ili dc. ,

condition uf the planter second i t J CmidifS, Gelatine, Flavoring extracts, <(:'.. Lc" for [ by application to Alexander Erwin! ,& .,ClArk The title to the Lands and Slaves will be made by K; Lave on hand Fire orT SIx huBIT..d 1b.aiurlV
: the ; Sale. i ale by O. & J. MEG INN 138. yule: that iu Alachua county by application to H'- : the Marshal of the Northern District of Florida, under Ii i feet cf jtxM SK.tso.txz Lnmi. of .rtrf 4b- ,

the increawd advantage to the consumer of 'virtue of t.rderuf the I Nov. 1. 1859. Ct-14 j race Merry. Esq., Micanopy, Florida : that in Wakul- i i consent decree, as will be advertised by him, and '. criptioo. which will be delivered in Tflhaa.1.w.-.
BY an Honorable J. Way lea j la county by application to Maj. John Beard. Tallnj I II I the title will bo good and unincumbered. Those wi.hin Lumber can address us at Ceotrtrnle. j
tbe improved article; and lastly, in augment Baker Judge of the Circuit Court of the Mi Idle Scott'' :;, I j hasseo. AUGUSTUS L. FISH Eft. Bill sawed at IL.rt notice. I
Circuit of tbe I Little Qiante
ing tbe pr, ducthe wealth ol the country.The Florida underpinned Administrator de s !, For terms apply at Savannah, Ga, to Henry Williams !- I THADDEUS P. LANIER A. ILCQM13 & CO.
bonis non of the estate o' John Willford, deceased ; "I TOS. 1, 2. 3 and 4-a superior artic'e for crushing | one of the Executors. Administrators of Augustus H. Lanier, ;\. Sept. 27, 1856. 69 .
only practicable mode of transporting will sell at public Sale before the Court House door JLi 1 I ._ $
II Corn and Cobe-constantly on hand and for sale, THOMAS M. BERRIEN, ) November 15, 1856. 46-7*

cotton from the plantations to the manufacturers in Tallahassee, to the highest on Monday bidder,the I ho following 6th day of real Januarynext estate at manufacturer's prices byHOPKIKS & MEGINNISS. i i CHARLES J. JENKINS V Executors,
it into l&les and this io which the WILLIAMS ) Courier will please copy three times a week for one i,
is to press ; and other heirs of said John Will- I I
Nov.29, 1856. 4t-48 November 22, 1856. 47-1 m month and send bill to this office. | \I $. E. DAVIS ba opened and will I U riJj .
Curd aie interested to wit: Tbe East half i f the _. '
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invulvi-s the necessity of opening and clisentanging I -- --- reiving by rxpresa throughout the asun. ih.
North We&t quarter and the West half of the NorthEast Pensacola and Georgia Railroad. f-ibionable
hteat and most orPARIS'
Executor's Notice. styles
it, )biezikir.g: up 'h't fibre, and causing i! quarter. of Section thirty two in Township two, Sale of Land and Negroes.WILL .
much of the f ubsb ucc to fly off in waste, j.! North of range two. East in tbe County of Leon nnd TALLAHASSEE, Nav. 25th 1856. ))" !' S IX months after date, I shall present my final ac- I be sold under a decree Court,on Wednes I MILLINERY, ..
State of Florida. Terms will I i" count and vouchers to the Honorable of
b. Judge
made known on the I I ( the 7th day January, 1857. at the Esi i t Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers; also a rid seleeUuti
well to wcaktn the into which it j of Sale. PROPOSALS for the grading grubbing I! Probate for Jefferson executor of John
as as yam day SOLOMAN SILLS, SEALED County. as ,. tate Plantation near Sandy Ford on tbe Aucilla flyer of Dress Trimmings, with a variety of Dress and I
': fnim buclioa 61 io MaJi"!n c.ninty! I Johnson, late of said deceased and ask for
Admr.de Louis-non. County a Cloak Patterns.
Bonnets Dresses Cloak Head'f
i jmade.. Jlr.] Herry's airangemcnt is not :. I I One Hundred Negroes, or so many thereof n. may i *.
December, 18 6. ; 11 Aiiicutoi: in Colunibi.i county (being aliout fort) di"miion and discharge as such executor.
Dresses made
I 49-5t I i iI. be for the of debts and for distribution de. to order., BoonetJ blenched,
the of the machinery four miles) will be received at the office if the Compnnj" W.JAMES necessary payment preu.'oJ.
difficult to adopt, as cost I !I. HINES qualified executor. I belonging to the estate of the late Col. I ed and fhapes alUred Order from the country -

for the whole procu: i is not equal lto the j For Rent. I bcr next, in Mudisyn, at 12 o'clock on the 15th of Jteti- November 22. 1856. 6m-17 I'I Richard Harrison deceased. Also one of the most faithfully and) promptly filled. The ladies of Tallhassce :"it
I nd vicinity are soliriud to call aol examlo :
enhanced value of the lust crop spun, and it j TilE residence situated on Clinton Street, i-nmedi- The bills should specify the prices ns r.llo ', ;' Notice. valuable Plantations in Middle Ford Florida tbe Aucilla lying in Madi i at the house known as Mrs.GiranT. oj-pusite the !
ison River
Enst of LIr.J. R. Lloyd's n very desirableand i For excavation per cubic yard ; i j County near Sandy on i iI .j'
avoids the necessity' of thes destructive op healthy location, with six rooms, a Kitchen, suitable t-mbankment to l OX the 21st day after date hereof,the undersigned I!I containing Fifteen or Sixteen Hundred Acres of first i Episcopal Nov. Church, Munro street. '

erations. The cotton is taken immediatelyfrom i out houses aud a gcod well of water; also i large tt clearing per mile. '. j apply to the Comptroller of the State of rate Land. This plantation was the residence cf the 44
>.. : piece ground suitable for a fine Garden. 'I gn.:1Jbin; .Florida for a re-issue of Warrant No. 440, of fiscal late Cu!. Richard Harrison and has tbe advantages of : --- --

the gin, when it passes through machinery i Posession will be given on the first of Januarv. For The tereiis of payment are, one fourth in slwk and 1 ye r, 1856, in favor of Samuel S. Wester, or order. | grent fertility durability of soil, convenience to mar I Notice.

which throws out such foreign substances particulars apply' to P. B. BROKA, I the residue in county bonds or cash, at the t4'ion of'f chargeable under head of Criminal Prosecutions Cb. j ket aud excellent health with access to good rouge I demands
having tile
December 6, 1856. 49-lw' I the Coin The \tuik f'r nine mile J.cb"ay i I 73. Act 3, No. 1. and bearing date with the (rigiualSept. fur cattle. The following is a description'of the lands ALL persons against eisfa.te.o(
the has not removed' and the cot- puny. contained in ad tract near Sandy Ford on the Aucil- I well Watkius. late Jeflfersoo count ..
as gin I Iton"is ------- -- from the Suuar.nee river, to completed4fjr.-tjie} : 1st | of 13, 1856, original Warrant having been j I ceased will take notice that '
lot mislaid. JAS. S. JONES. bv River to-wit: The S E i of See. 36, the S W 4 of they must present Mm
; or |I I
As the cotton is $1000 A YEAR. of January, 1858. Lids proposing tO-tak-e a larger tbe
into'Jams. I to undersigned duly authenticated within the tias
spun the N E ofSec.34 the of the S E: i
I will J November 22, 1856.' 47 Sec. 27, i E' 4
'in stock have j jI
quite open and fleecy, when passing from 0 TI T A TED-In every County in ',the United I and proportion bids payable be made for Eccti preference'ns."111C; I I Sec. 34, all in R ff, T 1, N 4 W; the S W i of theNW4ofSec.31T1R7N&E prescribed by law. or this notice will be plead in bar I:
>r more
tine t
T T States: active, industrious, and may theSE ofthe I of their recovery; and all. person indebted to saU
the gin, the leaf and trash can be blown out j enterprising I Company reserve the right to reject all I! Buckwheat Flour, Irish Potatoes, I Ic&O. ;
men, as Agents for the sale, by subscription, of valuable anyor N E i of Sec. 36. T 1, R 6. N & E; the E $ of the estate are hereby notified to make immediate aj.
than it be after sals. Profiles and be flt tLe
with much less difficulty can specifications keen I
i nnd interesting ,Iks.; all of them being expressly may NEt of Sec. 28, T 1, R 6. X A E; the SV i of ment to the undersigned,
office in Madison reference L. W. DuBois
the cotton has been matted by handling and adapted to the wants of every family, and cc.ntainiug county by between Just Received : I Sec. !9, T 1R6N&E; the SEt of! the N W J I WM. W. HEIR Adray.

packing into bales. It is spun, too, when nothing of a pernicious or injurious tendency.Our 1 I Principal Madison fin.1 Assistant l Alligator.Engineer on the work :, BUSHELS Irish Potatoes, of the S W j of ihe N E 4 and the N E 4 of the S I j t, Monticello, Nov. 1, 1S56. 8w-M .

the material is oily, and in the fall and winter Publications are among the best in the coun THEODORE S. GARNETT, I D Buckwheat Flour in Bags and 5 Barrel, W i of ec. 30, T 1. R 6, N k E. Also the Lllowin-j ---

months, when.it manufactures more freely try. and good Agents can realize a profit of from $3 I Nov. 29 48 Chief Engineer. Raisins and Currants.' i I other tracts of land: The E } of the K E J of Sec. 1. i Walter Gwynn,
to $5 a day by engagin in tbe business A small! __ Dried Apple, Macuaroni T 1. P. 6, S t W; the N i of S E4 of Sec. 8. T 5, R i
than it does in the heat of summer. capital of only ?50 to RIOO is required. For further I A Chance to Make Money. j Pickles, French Mustard, 1 t.S.kE; The NO 4 of the S W J of Sec .1, T 1, S OFFERS his services to'persons, wishing to eat

I 'It cio be spun by the ordinarily unemployed and full particulars. address Stewarts Candies. | o; I IIC.: E.; theEiofthoS Ei of Sec. 8 ; tbeSJ j of j Warrants tbe U.S. Land Office locating Laud
He also
labor of jhe plantation, and :, better LEARY 'D IIOXUHABLK Eari.OYME I Citron.' Goshcn Butter to.,
yarn is produceJ, with much saving of No. 1S3 North Second Street, Philadelphia. THE subscriber is dosirocs of baring an agent in i j }'or sale by G. i J. MEGI\ ISS. j jI i The names of tic negroes are as follows : I I in either of the other o Eee as,in may the be Capitol.intrusted Charges to h"n
December 6, ISiO. 49-2t and town of the Uniou. A capital November 15, 1856. 46-4t I
I waste. county I j jI j Prince, Isaac, Pickens, will be reasonable corresponding to services performed
of from $10 'will: be aud
$5 to only icquired anythinglike
This improvement gives promise of valuable I Nancy, Dick. Aleck. j Being Deputy in the State Land Office ba ofoona.
an efficient energetic man can make from threeto Charleston-Regular Packet. I Esther Sam Slick, '. will make
.arreuNanny for btMineM
I G. N. ELDRED'S ; no charge in that DrpartoMQt .
results, and there is reason to anticipate five dollars per day. Every information; will be I .
FIRST VESSEL. Jacob Billy, : Mayl7,1856t 2011COPartnership I
its complete sucrt-ss ami eaily adoption. given by aJdre61'ing"ith a stamp, to pay tetum letter I Jinny" Caroline Hamet !j :

Great Southern Show 1229 Philadelphia WM A.,KINSLER.Box Pa. l'ost. Office.Nor. : i Hw.,nPiIE JL K ecnc regular master packet will have brig despatch HERALD for the I Sanrho, Emily, Wiimy, j NoUoe.

IXTECESTIXG TO ThOSE BUFFEEI FROM HEADACHE. I THE OA'LY SOUTHERN COJIPAXr'OW 20, 1856. 2t48Executor's I I above port. For freight or passage apply to ", Bob Patsy, Jufant Isaiah Jim Henrietta, j I j jSyIa THE undersigned bare this day entered into a co
1 Joe
N"V 15. 1856. 46 Arthur. | '
Dr. 3I'Lancs Celebrated Lifer Pills. And the largest and bet Eetablishmtut in the United ;t Notice. I _______ ____ ___ h I Jim. Sulotu, G1It4n t & RETAIL

States. creditors, l legatees and ppl'e.nB entitled: to A Fresh Supply Cigars. '.r'; Sylx'y Ruth. D 33USJJ.\TEJS&: ,
PREFACED BY FLEMING BKOS.r.3j" ALL' iu the estate of} henry SHXUII. deceased I Viiicy, i'diia" 31t'riah.l'hilli3 j 1 under the nauw and style of
Southern Men Southern Horses RECEIVED b-v late arnvale. FiI !I is
Southern I are hereby notified to exhibit the game: to the 1'A Onn Sam: Vincent.
The following! is a sample of Itificv.tea re'etivd Enterprise against the World I undersigned Executrix witliiu two years from this I JLv/jVV/V/ article manufacturexl-100 per BoflJon DtipliPC Adam, AMES&UVELY.TliEYwillbepleaaedto.e.thefr t

dail!> frum our own citizens: /10NSIST1NG of date, IT the same"ilI be barred at the exi.irntion of : 1000. McDOUGALL i HOBBY. John Alfred. Becky, | _-__ _
over two hundred I' November 15, 15&. 46
NF.W YottK, August 1, 1852. -, V-/ Men and Horses. the that period. ELIZABETH SAXON ,.I L.rillb'ID'V, Jufant i t ) militia I
-- -- ---
c; A Nov. 29, 1856. 48-8w Extcutrix. Stepny, Allen, Alrck, I and patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames
His i ill to certify: that I hate been subject at timesto best Performers tbe best Band and 1000 Pieces I it .
1'i the finest stnl of II or PCS in America ---- ------ -' : Papering. X IlhLuciud:\, Jesse, I where they will ke.p a full and general I Ia.sortiuentufArtclesapp.rtiiningtotb.
headache sometimes the ain would be I
severe ; ]> BOseveie ORANGE SPRING Jt-bse Midge, Anne George. ,
will exhibit atMobticeilo JUST received a large assortment of every variety i .*'

I could reSt neither day or night. Hesiii. of t. Doc. .. .. .1 1th, Male & Female color Ad quality Window-Papering, plain II i ii Peter Aaron, Zilphy, ne of bneiutta. D.H. AUE3.M. .

D MLaue's Celebrated Liver Piils prepared by Waukeunab, De"..12th, Seminary. i and figured. Bordering to suit all.McDOUGALL. 0 Faunv Jackson Caudace, i LIVELY. ,

Fleming Bru I Htit and got a box, af which I took Roach X Roads, Dec... ..13th.1 I THE situation of this Institution is at onto of the A HOBBY. Charles, Betsy Sololnon.; York i j' January 1. 186. 1
i Sulphur Springs in the icuntry, and i in unsurpassed Nov. 15, ISuti. 46JUST I Albert, Eliza
two to bed for two Tallahassee Dec. 16tb, 16th 17th ___ _____ _
pills on going nights. They relieved Afternoon aud Evening each diy. for health. It is easy of access for steamboat h : Iversou )Mansfield Mnitha, MEDICAL NOTICE.

me entirel '. Some time baa now elapsed, and --00- I and a few hours staging. New Books.For Scott Frances, Nancy, -* .

I have had no more trouble from nick headache. I The Principal with the experience of twenty years. Eliza Tecah Helltn.
Lewis CARD. and aided by n corps of competent assistants, will devote i received a ]large assortment of Emily" Ben. Doctor, DR. ,
JOHNSTON.. 118 street G.N. ELDRED proclaims to the his whole lime to the improvement of bis i pupils. Books, comprising! Jeff Fillis, Willis. 1 i returned to Tallahassee offers hi. pro ;

dT" Purchasers will be careful it ask fiwVs... M!- South that as a return for the generous The third sessLn will commence Monday, January Standard \Vorke Prose, Poetry and Ro I Sancho, Amy I HAVING services tu the public. Office oppositeDr.

.,'. CELEBRATED VEEMIFUCE, mannfaflrored by patronage that has ever crowned 12, 1857. For particulars, address maucee, with all the recent publications : Jack, Leach. .Barnard's Drug Store.
his efforts to please, he l has this sea R. ANDERSON, Piineipat.NOT. Bancroft's and Hildreth's United States.Motley's Also about Forty head of Mules. O 'm. Fodder, Ac. j '
June :8, 1858. :-m J.
Puanxo BROS of Pitttbiirg, Pa. All other Ver son combined 29, 1856. 48 j History of the Dutch Republic! just pub Terms of sale will be cash for the Negroes The j -. --.-

roifoges.in comparison,are worthless. Dr. ITLane'g .-- -- ---- ---- -- I lished. laud will be sold on a credit of one and two 01 threo
genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated! Liyer Pills Notice.ALL I Allison's Continuation of the History cf Europe, j years, with part cash-credit payments bearing interests I MILES NASH & CO..
the world
< I
n cig.ged: 5th and 6th volumes. from date. I
can now be had at allre pecUble Drug Stores. None 'RNCONI HIPPODROME persons having demands aira'net the<*tate of' !I Ablxitt's nod Scott's Napoleon B maparte; Theirs' i ISABEL M. HARRISON, AJiuk. DEALRBS IK

gtxvincicitkmittkc tiffnuturcvf '49 to appear in conjunction I R. 1aekltrI (. late of Jdfcl Otl cuKjly, deceased : French Revolution; Gibbon's Rome; Hume aud Macauley'a i ij November 15, '55. 46tdsNotice. "

FLEMING BROS. t'udiJ ANIMAL EXHI- I will take notice that they must present tbem j England, 3rd and 4th volumes; Rolliu8 Ancient 0I' --- ---- DRUGS, e FlINTS, $.
eJlTItOUPE GREAT SOUTHERN the authenticated within the time I -
undersigned duly
Thirlwall's Greece Ro'utson's works
Sold "History;
; ;
all of the and II .
Drug Stores in Tallahassee '
prescribed by law. or this notice will be plead b bar I' Prescott's Fe.liunnd and Isabella Mexico, Peru, : MEDICINES m 011 S &t.
kJ after date I shall to the lIon. ,
by in apply ,
one agent every town in the South. Great of their recovery; and all persons indebted to said I Philip tbe 2n I rnd Miscellaneous; Russell's Modern SLVe .
of Probate in anil 1 for the county of Jefferson
estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay Europe; Hallatn's Historical V'orks; The Works of inform their friends and the .that
for letters of AdnuniotrHtion ou the estate of WOULD
Notice. Department. ment to the undersigned. Lord Bacon Addison. Goldsmith, Irving, Scott, i John Severs,lute of said county deceased. :' on Land a good aaaorUieflt of aocfa
AiThe Long. John Patter- THOMAS 0. ODER, AdminU'ator. Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington, Spark's Washington JAMES SEVERS. articles as are generally' kept ia their line of bcsm M,

SIX weeks after dnt the undersigned will apply i t American Clown Ko\.29.1856._8w-4'8 and Headlry's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous : \.la.1856.. 6w40Notice. I and will be receiving regularly fresh anppli. Their
the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon Jester, Jinimey -- Writings in 10 volumes. library style; I terms shall be reasonable.
'-- -
------ ---
connty. Tor letters of admiuutration upon tbe estatef I Notice. Chamber's of American ,
Reynolds. Cyclopedia Literature in 2 Tallahassee! April 9th-.1 853' 14.
AnU/nio Botolo, deceased, late of L oj county.' Lady F.qui'8trianMndame Frau- I persons having claims against the estate o* I volumes, just issued, coi.u.ning: an account of the I

R.A.SHIMK.December ,,, .'I-,- ,. cpm. Mile Henrietta and M'lle Ro I ALL son Boatwnght, deceased, late of Leon literature of our country from its .i :covery to the pre. t ALL persons, creditors, legatees entitled to di.tri- P.B.BXLOKAWS.L1VRY .
13. 185G. XiO-; w berts. count}*. are hereby notified to present them to tbe sent day with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts I on or otherwise interested in the Estate of
', ) Moris. Franconi will introduce his I undersigned Admin-strator within the time prescribedby from their writings. The best book of lie kind extant i iI the Rev.John Wesley Rhodes late Jefferson county liD SALE ST1BLSS,

S Daniel T. Lingo, Admt'r. 4-c, ) Jefferson Circuit x ,, unapproachable trained Horses. W. law, or tl I i in notice will be plead in bar of their recovery ; Florida deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. .

vs. V Court. Ouel,. tue Con.ic Rider and great Double Somerset ; and ull persons indebted are requested to I Simm's Border Stories and Revolutionary ItoI I claims and demands within.t.wo years from this dateto '
Sarah C. Granger, et at ) In Chancery.TT Thrower. C. Morrison will astonish the audience by make payment immediately.B. 'i manccs in sets ; Statesman's Manual History of the i William Budd my agent at Mootieello,or the same THE Proprietor would in .

appearing to the satisfaction of the Court in this his contortionirt performance on a chair erected on a J. R. BOATWRIGHT, Adm'r. { Republic; Webster's and Calhoun's Work's complete, I II will be barred; and all persons indebted to tbe said his friends and the, I

-L cause that Walter Granger, Willis Granger and pole thirty feet high, held and supported by Mons.Hesftin Nov. 29, 1856. 48.-8 w I in 6 volumes. i deceased, are requested to make payment to roy said public, that be baa rttailt h
the heirs of Washington Granger, deceased defen. Matter James the Champion Equestrian c.f I Blank Books and Stationery Letter, Cap Legal I agent vho is fully authorized to settle tbe.said 'estate i large Brick titablet, at tbe old stan I, and Lt now

dants! in!the above stated cause,reside bey end the the South. Vondean Brothers, by Heler and Jen Buckwheat. !; and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with and LAURINDA M. RHODES. Adm'x. I prepared to accommodate hie frienik aDd etutomers

limits Florida to wit: ia the State of Alabama, so nings. j I without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visiting i Monticello, Nov. 15, 1856. 8ni.46 He also has attached to his Stables a good Black

that the ordinary process of law cannot be served up. Moos. Cattello the great Globe Performer; W. OA EIGHTH Kegs, and Playing Cards; Ledgers Journal, DayBooks I I smith Shop where be win have have doo all kind.of "._

?them: It is ordered Uiat said eaase be set for bear Johnson the Slack Rope Performer. tU1Oquarter do. Records and Pass-Books, and every article : Mackerel and Herring. i Plantation work. Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in ._

ing on the first Monday in April pert, and that said Juveniles of tbe Company-Master John and Jack. For sale by R. H. BERRY. I usually found in our iusiness. I FEW HALF BBLS. each No. 1 Mackerel and the very best manner and with promptness ADd dis -

defendants do appear and plead answer or demur, Leader of tbe Band C. Vollandt. which is sufficient November 22, 1856. 47 Nov. 15. 46 MoDOUOALL 4 HOBBY. A: Herring, direct from the Fisheries. For sale at patch.
by that time,otherwise said cause will be tried on guarantee for the excellence of the Music.A a low rate by I November 3, 1853. 44

the facts charged in said Bill: Provided That a copy man walking on the Ceiling! head down, by Fruits, &c.' .' '.' !, Dancing! Dancing MeN AUGHT, ORMOND & CO. .
ofthia order be published in a at Tallakasoee of the of
newspaper of tbe scientific application principles Dr.P.P.LewisGIVE8
means NQVf'mber.8.1856. 45 t'
West Wind arrive i in few
fat the space of three months next before aaid adhesion by G. N. Elilred. PER' to a days I THE undersigned having just returned from New ,._-- .
whole boxes Raisins, I where he has been associated with its I II notice to his friends and pat ,
first Monday. Done and passed at Chambers, this Master John Robinson in his superb Principle act; ., I LIME. "
3rd December, 1856. Juvemles-of the in Pantomime Ballet, Dancing I 20 balf" masters aud devoted his entire attention to the acqui that be is now ia pnuessioo .
J. WATLES BAKER,Judge. Comic A flei Troupe :. are among the grand 20 qr. I I siliou of every thing new in the "sweet pastime of -t A A BBLS. Lime, fresh and in good order,just I all the latest improremeota in Dentis

December 13, Itt*. 60-Jei features of this exhibition pieces making in all the most attractive I 1 barrel Currants, I j the Heavenly Nine" begs leave thus to tender his J. w w lauded and for sale byMcNAUGH'F try. 1st, The extraction fr f Teeth. without. prodnthgpain
and interesting entertainment and the best 1 Almonds, soft shell,.. professional services to the citizens of Tallahassee ORMOXD' 4 CO. ,by the aid pf 'a local application,which eooskU

STATE OF FLORIDA. FIFTY CENT SHOW ever offered to the people of 1 Walnuts. I 1and vicinity. In private or in his school full instrue- November R. 1856. 45 in 'applying an artificial freeting mixtnre to the parU -

the I 1" Brazil Nuts, tioi s given in the Waltz Hop Waltz. Five Step Waltz, until fully benumbed. 2d The konwdiateinsertioa of '
South.FREE I 1" Filberts, Polka German Polka. Scbottiscb. Highland Fling White Pine Lumber.! a Temporary Set on Gutta Pereha which can ba

EXHIBITION., 1 Frail Dates, : Schottiscb, Mazurka Mazurka Polka. ReoWa. Polka OA It FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted suitable worn with c.> and ease till the Gums are fully-

M'LLE: ISABELLEWill For sale by R. H. BERRY. Redowa. Eumerelda, Dodawarths Bolero, Gorlitza, i\) lot Cabinet Makers. Sash and Blind Makers prepared for a p nnan ut Set;. theo, inserted oa,

make a grand Terrific JErial Ascension, November 22, 1856._47_ I Vanoviauna, La Zingarilb. Also Spanish. Dance or Joiners Work. Not often such a lot for sale that beautiful plan called eondauoM Gums wtech aMto '

on a wire two hundred feet long!extended. at a dirty and Quadnlls of all figures. here. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. much worn and admirvd* ,.for beauty,strength, and ;

height outside the 'tent, from the top of the centre Fresh Groceries. .' The latest and most fashionable styta of Music furnished NOT., '56. 45 perfect cleanlinesa.*

WE, tae uookmgned,F. L.,Vfllipipse, Secretary pole to the ground I This gratuitous spectacle; vuttide JUST received from New Oilcans for evening parties and excursions. May 81, 1856. ; .

of State,T. W Brevard, Comptroller Pub. and free to all, is probably, the most startling that Bushels Heavy Black Oats ; He is also prepared to give lessons ou the Violin, Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, _..

tit,\.ceol ata. aad c. NA.stin.; Tmwrer, of tbcj&at has"ver been afforded to a community who admire 60 barrels Extra and Superfine F1c.urlj1'-;_ :: G nitar and Banjo. I For Sale by P..B. Brokaw ZJFB OIJ.

offlatiU. ,!Jof o tiiis 4 ay net at ,the offie, of courage and skill and will be positively exbibited 5 do Molasses : i MARTIN ,lTUS.i THE NEW-YORK MFE' INSURAMCCL( '
-1hl Secretary of State, to caovass the returns of the, every Jay that the storm may lot be ,such as to reDder 20 do Irish Potatoes Yellow,' 'a'--- !i Nov. 15, 1856. 46-4w LjFUE Subscriber has just received avery .. -
deet OllIactf on TnewMy, the -(borta day of November -- the feat'revolting to humanity. / Sdo Lard L large supply of Carriages .OC'UXUUTO outru-.fJ"o : '

KMmo, for three Electors of Plesic1eD and,Vice 4" SAM.HENDBIGK8, Agent. 2 do Lard Oil, One 45 Saw Gin. _iy '-J Buggies, and .. which bo den THIS Company issoea policies ;tU Im .C tite

Present of the United Stat,410 hereby certify that December. 1SC6. 4 -2w 20 do Whiskey, for sale on the most reasonable terms. persons for ODe or more yeirs!or ter tlwwhoU .
Jthe following' it.a'Correct caaraasof tbo; retornstfoitsaiJ ,_ 1 do Dried Beef ; ': I FOR SALE second band GIN of above size. has November 18, 1854. 45AiL.F1HER1 period of life,OK TH .MUtUAL>ST8TBU. ..

!,r.z: The"OiIe U rof't>tsji.e. for ; ,Seed, Oats. ,2 tierce DuffieId'sHaist afi I only used to gu,80 bales Cotton, and as svidaoda. 'de l' 'OII'n r"n.aiesUecI ,

,. C*16 of Electpw of PrwWent'and Vice Pmident, hhds. Clear Sides, I:...: .- good IUS new. For sale low byMCNAUGIIT for lite. i
i- of"I the.qi '.,3de.en thou'saDe two TJltiliat' '60'07'Dt1SHEL8- ).; in fine order, 6 do Shoulders r< :-y., I ORMOND .
sale .
qow hading and for uNor. November 8- 56. ''. ...
,iUIG mi( tn.MtJf''theR; ) ietewWRti'D. *.' ., HOPKINS & XEGINlfISS.No" 1 box Dried Tongues. For salk by 45 : TALLAutaszFi.4 ; Jz : t '.; .wAp .w.trid". iatan; Jr

'J Rfle recoj'da'rlOMtcud: hundred and fiftyW'CalL ; by 23 47 H.-DEBRY. i practise in the ConrU bfthe' ,.J i"i ,-i'.18 .

;(8,3SSr GeAge jf;reeeired 1i .. 2 9, 1856.' 4t-48 _<__rr--f:_ ,1;_. Jf -* : Executor's Sale of Land WILL ,and in.Thomas County. Go. Uiddle'Dis--" *. : .-0.-' ._ *.-.'. -'t._ ." .-.. ."II"Co,.-. .0.U1VJ01 .' "'. -
$ 0CIa&.4 Dab p.i4n4'an1 ihtiv(6iSS3iDd -- <* n< :. Office in the 1 9d. J j
# Por Sale; Havana Cigar ; SHALL on the first day January, 1857: sell in 0y Capitol. awry;hnroediatelyOTer -
614edlept A Loa; rrcVif/-d'sit thoowaa > ,- : .I. the room of the Clerk..of the Supreme Court. A9ENC'oFTIrNA, } msu t E\-CO. r .
.Mf) l YAtf 9 fO \ Ji* vW 4Trfs>'alfte- : TUST reeeired R H. OambU 6000 be qualel accordance with a decree of his honor Judgd Ba. > .. .. ...'._ .
: rq T fif "i(tOI* \0 J vw J f:*>* l W ** :A VALUABLE' negro: man "ii&ut'1 thirty per ', -tiB i? ker, the tr&ctif. Land ,and .tneieqn July 21, 1855 9-1l..... C 1TAL.... ..l ..-\........ .
Call mod them .II improrenieBto
fth 1iI 41( lIDdi d."a weijveecelv4 .- : yeart-of ag -canbe teen id tb,' yjHofMr.kL : fty3 ut.-; try .
'thEsvd.Oivriso4 ,(1.thn B' McDOUG ALL t EOBBY.AuguitL situated immediately North of and adjoining Tslln- mug .. Uw abaft 0.
'T ;.1tcr. T:1 .fan Rffereuce for, eharactcr to. Ur_l ame < E. R NAEDJr -y.
}uYticW1 -hl'ee" _.t 4 J).. ik roeiker j from_ .Hernindo. .County,;/' 185$. ..(31 J ;;',.h'. buses, whereon the late John S. Shepanl".resided! ., .1. .m adv._ .
C. ,
.. I I to his death. The said tract of laud
r ct4ve& '"1houu4 gbtfrn4dred'slid :_; "'-'. .... lOH ..EJ .-. ., ...'. previous eou- WILL cjKrmm: Till Fiane 'b.I". '
1000l' ; "
J "4" ; '
: LdlfiOKXKV GILBUlTBt talus about 91 neres more or less of which about SOaerfti .. I
8A thzrty.ur.if (4"3J ad aDO"biitd't4... and- .DelT'( tI ".:. M !! I ;"t fP 'sJ J IJ8., J. 1 1'' ; ," are cleared and ttoder fence the ,balance being .DRUG. MEDICINE, 1 BUSINESS, JaTh1e .a.M ..- LZ.cT'.
i-rw" ATT "r'LAW, TALUILUUE, FLA. wood land., Tb sale wdl l t mad at auction ,
;r. public AT'THK .3 .
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f OLD STUD, BJUHOf -" "; .
f --"U.f r S I8: : rm'Ja ; the bUdar 'in front of the Court HOQM in ii a
.s. 4.fi >ONa .JB GALBR bighert -D- .-* '
.a' .. n- : 1'4: e1..in'tbepra'ort 'I Tallahassee 4 'eredH 'of two" and three ; H 4a
'I.. Si ft.f"l.a.Uri iiiweThntloni. ,1.' v. They upon one, &, : .
._,.... .. 'ETM&mt the' to secured' bond .... .: .. ,_ .
: tile 6n.prenji be by .
J. EJ O. : :'iLtt TaHahaawe.: Then iro:1oa.f000kS : vill*tt jdtJiai3< rtalntb Middle vCimia; ; 'jean, purdual. nxmey 7HE ,.S. Ui r"**ft- '*

v' f"'r' f.i"l'r oo the firrt floor,aod oo> lot a good iatern. ,. 'Coorti anS tU District. Court of thlIaitsi .and good aacurhT, 'aod th Situ rwerved until'the A U

,to m tr4ID." r--; Tt term to aji** ZU4Ier win below andmodating.4 ac- State at TmCahwM.Offic same n fnlly paid. O"'Ti'Ii-I"
: VAi > H. GAMBLE Exccofe-.' Owner of ClKiti .'
J ,WJI.KUan.. ppo tttbe Court House RQBT. : lIo..MtIn .stis_ ,.T Taihibierte .
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i )1it.iI, Money7Money! !!! TO THE P BLIC. .t :l nifO i-1fH: dj cpeiC :i B AILW -un: ; : 1

fl' r ," f" i ....1/1__ .. I. I General CmIeL Merchants. I.I
i WHY BE WITHOUT MONEY ? DO CERTIFY that in'tbe"year 1854, visited FARMERS ANDYRUI1GIW WR t i \ V
IIf : :Drs.lTaylor & Maxwell -. I Dr. W. MoseleyV Infirmary at Griffin. Ga, for the NEW 'PpRT '}FLAi YEJElMIFlIGETney :
VTflEit it jost as eiy'fot any one to be around relief of and dis- ibtlret't: 'of'ilr-TaQMAj
formed it ft.co-partncnbip.'uffer fEe" I i purpose of obtaining a very painful HAVING purchased the. V .i.a. 4DV
> HAVING the public of Tallahassee, and its ,m. 1' wilb a packet full ns not if they only think so tre sing CALCES the nose and eye. My nose was I Arthur's Patent Air"TihtiThtNSfu ,, (of the late firm of Rioufico ftWHITAKKK LntER'PILL&;
t* unity. I I have got a new article, from. wI.idfrom five to all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor, besides ,) we tender to our friend 'and the public i 1

TAlW1t1RtAtl'. 9, 185ft. 32 Sent I twenty dollars a day can be made, either by male or a \ ery deep ulceration' on'my cheek and about my : prttereing >tI\! Fruits and Tuta- services io tbe Storing Buying Selling Receiving
., our
>. ., copy I female. It is highly pectablc! business, nod on a- eye. I am happy and proud to say that Dr. Moselydid ,, .._) tottjur Irtnter U". This article sneztensfre- and Forwarding of Cotton and Merrhaiidix i Two"t) IIs.t e..raU..a.Ct. .tC'. V
t I tide which 1 wanted in every family in tbe United relieve me and bad it not been for my having to I 1 ly used in the East and Northern StAtes last season, To our friends and patrons we. return our tfocrre

: .ts Notice. States. Enclose me two dollars by mail at my rik! expose myself to very extreme cold, bad weather, I i iI I will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee amid 1 thanks, for the patr l.ge heretofore extended us, and are not
; '. ALL pers')I; having'demauds against the ..latHf i I It and I will forward by returu mail n Circular, will): I do believe that I would have had no return of the .! surrounding country by the undersigned who has row : hope. by our attention to their interests, in future to recommended

t. .. ] -{ ," .Rnysor, lat Jefferson county deecaJ. full instructions iu tho ?rt. The business is very easy disease. I visited the. Doctor second time and he I the exclusive right to manufacture in this vtncinity for merit a continuance of the same.
; \v 5U. take n'otice that they must present them Try it, if )you arc 'ut of employment and you will relieved me again and so far as the variouJ i eports the coming lens(m. It is ouly neiosary to call and P. K. BAILLIE. FLETCHER WHITAKER. as Universal

to Uic'iinJufaigned duly autl'l'n'lieaft'llyitllin the time never regret it; for it will be better for you to pay about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, : examine these artick and the recommendations rof l New Port o'la. July 1st, 185G.J Cure-aIls but
prccrilxj. l l:y'It,.. or flu notice will ',1' plead in bar the above sum, and insure n good business, I him to they are positively false. As regards Dr. Moselcy'sskill the pcrolls'ho have used them to be convinced that simply for

of 'recovery, and nil persons indebted to said ea nay twenty-five cents for a spurious ntlvelticment in the Treaimtni of Canctrt I know of no Phf* they arc the bet most simple and eclnomka.ll1rticle : '_. Having disposed of my interest in the)late
tate arc hereby notified t-, make itnnicdi.ite payment This is no" humbug." 7'-y ill Tiy it! Tiy/i' Ad sician in the world that I would sooner rely on than for the purpose ever offered to the pnbftc. They can firm of Richardson k.Wlitakcr, to Messrs. Baillie
I to me. ALFRED RAYSOR, Ext'r. dress your letters to DWIGHT MONROE, : him AsuSUROEOXaud PHYSICIAN,be i equalI be wed by the most unskilful person, without the i Whitaker would tender my thanks to my friends aud
.. ,;' Ovtober 18 56. 4 -Sw New "iork. to any in the Southern States; and I am bnppy to !I! slightest risk of failure.CIT" I patrons for their former kinduew, and confidently recommend -

Sept. 27. 1855. 39-3m fay that I fouud hjm to be a perfect gentleman and I Purchasers are fupplied with a circular containing ,, to their favour and support my successorsin I ports.The
Larid an Negroes for Sale. ----- --Farm---for-Sale.-- --- I Philanthropist and advise all persons afflicted with I full and reliable directions for putting up fruil. i business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. VERMIFUGE for

253 Turpentine to visit the Doeron ns soon as and and in these the whole : ,
iinJerMgutrd offeis for sale a tfllt't.f Cancer possible tomatoes Cans placing proc"lIrc.m'enieutJ" July 26, 18M. 30
f. THE of LAND, lung on the MiccusuLie Lake IpOR Sale about eleven hundred acres of land !o ;, have their health iostored. RANSOM COOPER. within the reach of every housekeeper -- -- -------.- expelling Worms from
-. near Herring's Store. The land: is first rate quality .: with a smnll fnrm and improvements,and Rome. August 30th 1855. A large supply ot t these Cans will be constantly Ju'ptin ,
'; Oak Btvl Hiekon--about -25 of it cleared and under wiU be sold at a bargain inquire of E2f Mr. Ransom Cooper r'ied the above in my stoi. Persons wishing to supply themselves should !: "THOMASMANUFACTURER WHITE, : the human has

good fence :-!id"well \\ltcrE'I I with nmnir: branches JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY. I preaeuce. THOMAS PERRY, Post .lullttr.I : apply) immediately, ns the fruit season i*near at hand, system,
; 9 mid never.failing spring. The improve nvt.fs ccnistf Wfikulla, F1&, October 4, 1856. 40. ) I Rome August 30th 1855. I All Cans sold ani'made by the undersigned and warranted of Copper and Sheet Iron also :been
in all kinds of Plain and Fancy : administeredwith
cnnifot table \eiliiej-house and! negro cabins I --- -- I safc.'M.. P SLUSSER.
Tallahassee and the that be is most
: surrounding
3.000.' _. ( country, satisfactory
:: Any
will mcr -
ecateai' bring -
cilton --
is that Col. S. H. of Crawford
; crop the tion For Sale. j Tiiis to certify Harris I now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronizehim
gentleman wisliing to purchase can .premises came to me in the 1851 with a Cancer Piano Fortes.
county year in his line of\ul\ He also tenders his thanks results various
do-iied to animals
.. If
: anil biiv on nccomnnHlatins teni s. 11"t previmiilv d'?rnwod of. will be I'lol.1. on thc ': on"I his chin offouitccn standing the chin- ,
years his friends and the for the
: fifteen or sixteen; likely NEGROES. wii. wom.!i smd JF tirt t tlne'hiI\l : 1)ECll BElt next, at the Com 1 t bone and saliva! glaiuls had all become very much rrTTE are prepared to furnish PianoForte V' to public generally very
children can lhobc pun-based 1 with the pl.icc. as a\a" ltUt' door in the city of Tallahassee. Twenty-two 1 (li!eHbcd, and his, constitution nearly mined. Mr. Harris *, of the very best quality, liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been subject to Worms.
a j 1 fnoleJ. and he that continuation of the
horses mulea'JiOgs. sti-ck cattle tannin: ; \ten"ils, Hundred :and Four Acres ot best quality OAK a IK hail bvcti uudir the treatment of many eminent upon the most liberal terms. hopes a same

'. Ac. with all the corn, filler, &c. made this Benson.Applv I I HICKORY) LAND, Uk.nging tn'the estate of Dr. physician1, and among them; was tho great Dr. Shcp- They are second to none in any country cither as will He be will granted constantly him. keep on band a full supply of all t The LIVER PILLS, for
either iu IT bv lettir at Mieeo>:ikie. White head. ]1.i i U of thc best Cotton I'hu.tu to (etualily or priee. I '
pors-u one art!, of Cb'l stou, and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall ( I
sorts of Ware in establishment of his
Oct. :!5-tf 43 _(}. W. MOORE.. tioils in Middle} Floiid.i ; about) : otic-half cl('.rell amun.lcr I of M.ICI-H, who treated his cr.se twice without! Lvery'liiMiumentwill be MILES warranted.NASH A CO. Hue of business.usually A kept full assortment an Sheet Iron, the cure of LIVER COM

fence tlc: remainder! in wood"! : irKio\iiij! the Ji c:!(. lIe finally went to Dr. Marshall !
Sheet Load Le-ad Sheet Zinc, Cistern
Pipea !,
; ; Pump
8 ;
NEW COODSIf I The impr-N'rn'rn's eeiiiis.st; (,f\ coinfortablu! Dwell sis he ill'rml'I.llIlc. the thin! time, and he reftis. Pelruaty23lS5fi.. -- ---- i|, and a grant many other articles too numerous to men PLAINT' all BILIOUS DE-
ill* and .ul nee>sai; y out builcfthgs! ; u good I Overscifi' ; cd to do anything;) mote for h lII. S,on after that time tion.

f PRATOBIOTJS: .1) houc, Gin Hout-e Scicw. Stables: Com IIOUM'F. 3Ir. Harris hl':1f} of the iuuiy \vondoiful cures that I QL1.in.in.e. TO BUILDERS. : RANG fENTS SICK HEADACHE
JOIIN .in-1} Iwen'y-gu cabins, nIl fr.imcd, buildings! and in li&1 made- nul vieited me at Giifliii. us a last rcBort. ,
jood! rep.iir.IVibons: S j commenced treating his case, and in SI'C'C'I.k! the i J liST received 000 Orrtcrs Slilpli Quinine :, Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting &C.Purchasers
MERCHANT TAILOR, wi?1Iin!! ; to examine! this P.int.iti'! are i te.fiiHd Cancer was all removed and the sore neatly honied. I' Fil IT liraild: together with great variety Pipe Jc., all of which hejiromises to do in the most :, >

and to )lr. Richnid Sauwlcrs, on this t place. For i This ewe was seen and witnessed by n.ore than\' j of. pure Chemicals. AMES t LIVELY. V. worK-mati-like manner amid ttle, and of the beet matcrial
Dealer In llcady Made. Clothing teinis. tic, ;tj.ivti! the subscriber at Ieizuia! Ceilumkia hundred pcr,ous. have the 'nicer now in my poseevsion. !I Apiil 5. 1S5G. 11 on shot test notice and most reasonable terms will pleasebe

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods county Ga. : i and) any per,on can see it In calling at my of Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the last eight) years in
._ --. JOHN B WIIlTKlinAD.Auiiu fie, in in G inlfin. Iliis cage was witnes e.l bv business at; thi3 place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend particular to ask for
!t -. 16o5. td6-31 KxeeuU, d(.. THOMAS JONKS. of (riffi!. 4 SUPERIOR; article f'r Table \(0(. Jut reJ himself any further to the public as regardshis
7 am note rcceirlng my Fall and syJp _.- -- ---- -.-.--- ,I Dr. J. I 1) MARTIN, IiI \ ceived b/ AMES[ A LIVELY. ,, capabilities as a Mechanic, but at the scam time he Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -

: of: Cloths, Cass'.mcrfs, VrxUngxr.., oj India Rubber Packing. I 11 \\'. WILSON. If __AnnlS.:_ 8ii.-; ___ 2_____._ assures all that favor him with a cllI. good work and
..! HuLLer of all thi'kH'H's from : ; ., F. CllENSHAW, 4' cheap prices. I \'ERMIFUGE and
: Color and Quality I INDIA I Pairing Flower Jars. Having removed from the old stand formerly known :
: Every Style I; i inch,, constantly on hand at 1) LA DD. 1 do ccttify I that myself, and) many othc" of this
I of Flower Jars various Sizci i- ; as White Slu:ser, he will be found at big stand cor-
witnesses to the above staTed LARGE assortment LIVER PILLS
New Oct. 1 S, 1*3C. 42 j place, were eye case, prepared
vhich I am prepared lo make up in the most --- -poit-- ----- -- -- _.-- nUll! that Mr. Lhirris left perfectly well. A Jut received and for sale bvAMES" ner of 20(1( foot street, where lie will be glad to"wait ; by
and 'A. II. H ATT ON. LIVELY. on all his tends. THOMAS WHITE. ,
Blan r
short xoticc Shoes Kerseys, Linseys
fasluonalJe ftylc on '
Dec. 48 ,
5, lS5t'! 14 : 1,1855. t
Griffin May: 1-1. 1SC2. April Giftitmvuq
kets. .- ( ( \(! .
: AND REASONABLE TERMS. -'- -- -- --- -- -- i >

ALSOA : 1 A AAA YARDS n.w.rted Kerervs and! Ga i To the Afllicf :tl of all Conditions.I A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. I "NEW GOODS. : v

I-AUliK .\:cii WKLL UCLECTKW STOCK OK lUjUUU l.uiu yards Wool Plain-and. C"Ul'n and l Wool Linsevp,, Jo ccrtlfth t I was most horiibh; afflicted with I, RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHASSE FLA. TOWLE & MYERS i SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -

a Cancer .ui my upper lip which c.1usllme pain in Important Improvement in Artistic now receiving recent
l/'OO mixed and white Blankets:
CLOTHING pairs grey ARE Pa. and take
i dcscribable. After trintlie skill of all the most from New York.afash- ,- no
I 1,000 pails )Ru !ft I'rogan i i 8ifi&
c..ns,tint: of every garment suitable for winter wesr. With Wool Hah, O.-naburgs and such like arit- I I onini lit Physicianj lLat I could hcur (>f, nnd that ) V huh the face is restored lo its original contour : ionable and well selected stock of other there various

each s Clo.il!. Talams Coats,Vc-ls( Pauls, tc, Ac, dee foi Phiiitatiuu iic>e, iu unv quaulitv, bv : without relief, I gave up my case na hopeless and as .I ) find with it the loss of tho t'etbsupplied eo :ito > Watches and Jewelry, : as are .
will i. ,li I if at low price a $! I thought, with death blaring me iu the f cc. But fur-
which > jx!e LADD. t elude detection. of this improvement
.\1" l.rjr.e lot(,f Plain nnd F.mcy Shirt, Collars tunatiI'f.r me, heard of Ir.V.. IL Mosclt'y'a great maybe Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting levtrs ladies other preparations now *
", a : Ncwpoit. Qet. 18. 185G.; 42 eca also sets inserted on silver
C 1Iller hil t Cnl\"t., Stocks Ho-iery tc, Ac.Tliosc _. n __ __.__ ._ __'__ __. _. BUCCCSS in the treatment of this disease, :ulllns a last j' gold levers, lever hunting anchor, lepine and
b Jcssirin a thorough out-fit will coutult! their i resort I placed lI1)'sclfunder his treatment and in one CJtilta Piircha quartier Watches; Cameo Mosaic Coral and all gold i! before the public -
; livery and Sale Stable. he I I hours that teeth t! bosom pins and earrings, necklaces gold and jet ems purporting
iwniut,.rcsts by pixii.g me a call as all the above ar- j month from the time (commcned was perlectly In a few BO persons having ro- '
4. ltl* luvc Utn, selected with great care. and! with a ; ,r I' "11 E undersigned gives 110:5ce I sound mid have: been 8u ever iice. : mOV can have a complete substitute immediate!lf. j sea, bosom pins and lockets for hair and daguerreotypes to be Vermifuge
crx-cial \icw to their adaptation to this market. i .L : that he has pur- i I ELIZABETH JINKS. Children's teeth extracted], and advice git en to parents ', ; gold and hair bracelets ; a large asses uncut of I
Oetober 13, 1S56. ly-42 I q chased the Livery Stable of :I Butts County, Ga., May! 27, lt>4G. : in regard to the management and treatment of the !|, fine plain, diamond ruby pearl and g met onv and and Liver Pills. All
-. --- ---- -- William H NcwFom, in Tallahassee toother with the I teeth ratix. All opcrntlVl1'arrnntctl] to suit the mosl I cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diamond"ins ; !

: good will of the fat.iblifhmcnt, and that he l ia now I I Horrible Case of Cjmcer Cored, f.iatidioue.ViIl practice in the principal town sleeve buttons, plain cameo onyx and cornelian; a I lathers in
A. B. CLARKE ,I prepared to cairy on the business in all its LrII1:lw', I throughout the State. References : the Faculty ofI great variety of studs fine gold, vest, fob and guard comparisonwith
BY 1)1.V.. R. MOSELEY, ). D.
and promises the public! with good nccoum.dltiulls i I the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and thosevht j chains seals keys, gold and siver pen and pencil cases .

[S miw receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of : in his liue on reasonable term ,i, I with do certify Cancer that on I my was Lip for and many Chin yearn I tried bodily, all afflicted the- : he is daily operating for.Apil'JC I| thimbles.ard gold, silver and steel spectacles,. gold and silver I Dr. MCLANE'S, are
Goods bailable far I t I remedies I ud hear of but found no relief. I finally : ,
c.> worthless.
i B-James T. authorized -- '-' -- -- i Fine and Gissis.I I
Herring is duly Cutlery
my the I
8 ] N ) 11'1 fA l board of Dr.V.. R. Most-ley great success in .
; agent and h.is entire emitrol of the bu-iuess, representing Town Property for Sale. Dinner and breakfast knives without knives
I I treatment hf Cancer aftect ions, aud Muted him at i f"rk.*, The
c.>u&iti ig in p:rt of French and English Cloths, Casi I me as fully as if I was personally present. I Griffin and! in the course of six weeks he hail: the Cancer r"MlE! under-signed i offers at private sale, the follow1 i! and forks in setts carvers and steel single, tine pock- I GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge

meres nnd Vesting* of all colors, mid of the lx st quality ]RICHARD SACNDEHS.Sep. ; i all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted ; lug described property known as the Jrai i* Lots, I ct cutlery shears, scissors and razors; fke double

which be is prepared to manufacture to urJer on : C, 1856. 30 with the disease, to vi>it him and have their heal threstored. : viz : Lots Noa. 3, 25, 27. :SO, 48, 140, 141. 142. 143, i barrelled laminated steel and stub twist gun corn.I I II i and Liver

tLc nji'it} ruas>Jimblc Unna and 1 in the ipost Dissolution Co-Partnership. I H : is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most 144, 220, 227. 235. 23H.240, 241, 242, 243, 214. 245, I,j mon guns shot pouches of various patterns, fine and II III I Pills
FASHIONABLE MANNER, I I skilful Cancer doctor iu the Southern States.I !, 218 24G. 250. 252. 253 254, 256, 27,258, 2C8, all common powder flanks, clciiniiiir rods, Ely's caps and can now be had at
i rI"MIK I pn: tnerl.ip heretofore existing between John I Cherokee Co., Oa.: EMANUEL DOMINGAS.RtKr.iu..sci in the origma plan of the city Tallahassee. I I wads, wad cutters and materials for gunsmiths. i
Together with a general assortment of JL F. Broiime and Robert Heir in the weighing storage ail
0 : :.-Dr. J. D. Martin Griffin Ga.; Dr. J. -ALSO- Silver and Plated Ware. I respectable Drug
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, awl selling cotton businefc i i:4 this} div dmilveilbv : Y. 3!{ Pticket, Harris county Texas ; Greer Bishop ; Silver table deeei null) tea silver forks:soupI I
Lots No.. 6 7 in S. i spoons
mutual consent LROOME it HEIR.Au0"jt 1.2,3, 4,1i. Counly qr.A Stores.
GiiiHu Ga.
that will: compnre favorably! with any stock of Clothinsr 11, 16.New Z3 :; and cream ladles, butter and pickle knives pated! !
i. s 0-
ever exhibited! l>r sale 1:1: this city cun-isiing of i -- ;! forks and spoons waiters, castors, cake and fruit baskets II FLEMING BRO'S
Tine Black! nnd Colored! Cloth and F..oek l'.oats I StiiiIius Krcil ran be Cured. Lots N..?. 4.12,13.15. 1C. 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 I electro plated tea sets and communion service, ,

? }',mc;' Ca sii cie an 1 Beaver Fri-ck AB' d nu"im' i Co-Partnership. LIT TH i: PUBLIC READ 02, in the South \ County quarter. ; butter sugar and cream dishes, chamber and parlor I Ii 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.

. COltl, HEIR AND! JOHN P.COLEala\etlii, I Is mercy to the afflicted, awl thc gratitude] and highspmiomi : The above described property formerly belonged i candlesticks saltcellars, Loquet holders card and j
. :&ck nnl eol. rcJ C.oth Beaver and Pilot! Over 1"OIJCRr nied a c.i-aT tin'tship iu the businets of I entertain: of DIe MOSELEY as a Surgeon : to Gov. Brown. For further information and tcrma, flower baskets and brittannia ware.Miscellaneous II Sole Proprfeton.SCOVIL.t

.. Sack Snrtoute \\ti;liinjr, stor {je. and t.ellin CoJtlon.11.1 nNo to m.1.c: I nn-J Physician; I deem it my duty mention the CaseI I which will be liberal apply to A.Perrymaker., Esq. A.,'Uch's. I MEAD.No. .

U.-islau'd\ Black and Fancy D<*eki: anJ Cussimll'lntl liberal Jvauces' on euam sent to tht-ir cnrf. I of my wife, }hoping I at the same: time that :iI! poisonisimilaily Attorney Law Tallahassee.CHARLES. 1'. MANNING. : Ladies leticnles, satchel, work boxes pearl Berlin 111. Charters St.New Orleans

HEIR COLIIS.: amid ell may be bent-tilted by it. In the .i' be irl.n. and morocco port monaies pearl card cases coral i General Wholesale agent for the Southern States to
Be$ Grenadine. Barathea. Satin and Cloth Yt'h:', August: 14. 1356. 23: first part of this j'car, my wife haJ several >mall !ump) < Until sold the above pruf'crt.111 for rput.A. beads coral necklaces and armlets, bracelets whom all orJera must be addressed.
_ _____._ _ ._ __ I PERRY AMAKER. jet ,
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Vin.'y Vehtt, Ct" iiutie, Silk ani C-ehraere do, u u to make tht-ir appcaruucu in her breast ; they coutinucd -_ necklaces and bosom pui,napkin rings, hair and toothbrushes ; Sold by Ames A Lively, E. Barnard, Jr, Miles
\Vhifc Silk .h.] Valuable Plantation for I, to increase: m size until the whole! breast became Fcbruaiy; 16, 183(5.( 7-tf hat revivers shell buffalo, India rubber and Nash & Co., Tallahassee Fla.; J. S. M. Davison

Gents' Shawl! Dre -ill: Ilobef. Hue ShiltS, Si'.k; n Giscnscd m.iss, ami very painful. I procured the -- V i ivory combs, china and wax dolls, razor strops and Quincy; Gardner MilLs Newport; W. T. Carpenter -
C-jitouanJ 1t il).) Utidir: sliirsCuutu Sale. best medical aid) III ths, (-itv of 1 Home, and notitiutaii'inijj I Cod Liver Oil. money belts cigar cases, feather dusters pat Wand 1 & Co. Waukeenab ; Mo ely & Pope. Madison;

Flnc air! Jeans Dia\Vuis. rI'HE Plantation known as Cotton Land, be'oiijjinq' ; the i-iine"t and fiithful attention of the most i )7'RES 11 it PURE of the celebrated "Brand." He door bells, bohemi-.n glass and china vaseMnd has Palmer A Bro, Monticello. S.Pules ten. Monticello;

-ALSO---- JL to the c5t.ltcuftL..late J hn \V. Cotttti t'itu t..1 ; skilful. plr\i>ici.i.<>. flic utinue"l to grow worse anti I 1 giman: Clatk .t Co, \ ,: ', uiitil! they e O.ic! case a- incurable an'! For sale AMES 1 LIVELY Marianna Nicholson A Zei ler. Bainbridge,Os;
: ten miles Noith East of Tbllahassee, i* fr u./-! -. The ga\ up by jewel cases, centre suspension and side lamp, lampshades on, ;
.' "c erai a"rtiaent of Fancy and B'gck! Silk aud tract fontiius 1790 aCres of firt rate land 1000 of i advised, amIitltati..ul.) I was advised.! by many of my I AprilS, 1856. 14 chimneys and wicks, violins and bows,guitars I D. U. Dickinsod, Bainbridge ; E. Seizes TbomasTill,
B.itin St.nek. Ties and CJ'-at Collars colored! and I friend to \wt DR. W. II. Giillin, Ga". .
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MOSKLEYyof banjos, tambourines accordeons clariouejL, flutes and ,
hich i is cleared. On the cabins -
whit- Kid and S ilk Glovi-n, Buck and Lisle Thread ; TV gin house and screw and premises other U.11111 are !ue-groe.. <>uimirovenieit I which I ilid I, and 1, :ili niahtii us it niay ('('tile Ae h'ld Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. file?. guitar and! violin strings fine colo-f e and other February 23, 1856. .8-1,
t3!"_ Lvli Gmntl( I.lell.: C. .tbrie and : her cured !'fun iimitth 'l x'te -
superior !: ", all!! in good icpair. Tlx-re i is an ubuudiuce } entrtlf if one m< it nine t A iOF the most approved LANIER CORN perfumery, and a general asortment of Tojs". .
Lisl" ; Blacksmtthlng.ffillE
Hilk: llandkerehi: -, anl 3 Faucv C /ttoti, in ll/i'It'Ii .'! I would jidt( i-se all w ho arc :Imic!' (d I
: lf\'u )( Watches and aud in the
; of g', d w. ter ,.ti the I'la<.. Fur tern.of salv, rj 1 V\J MILLS for sale }by the Subscriber. The!e j jewelry repaired promptly :
lluoad and ) }1 Hoe. &% nn, to \iit the best I Undersigned have formed
or other iuforuatiou, ajiplf to the KiilciiUr; } iu Tall.ihaf.ee. Mills have been for some time in use through thid rojrion manner.
BUY. I IH CO ITE, ICxt'r. DiK-tor) witlot delay a. I am satisfied by cxperic..ieand : and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satifactun October} 20. 1855 42 : ; JL a co-partnersliip for the purpose -"
October 18, 185 C. 42 I' } obsoivatii-n that: )he is the must skillful pliy.icianin : of carrying on the Black-
Aug. CO 1S50. S3 i giinding with case 40 bushels and the rise
States i.i tlw) treatment of that h, I branches. Particular -
-- -' -- --- the 'r- smithing Business in all its various
in the tiny with less than the ordinary: gin power np- Insolvent Estate Notice.State
I? ;lS a I c. --FltESH GAR'DENEEDS7 I 1 rible diaoas-e! -CUII'l'T.II pTiellu it. The maker furnishes u baud to put it up; V attention i ia given to Carriage and Spring Work
I WILLIAM[ MITCHELL, of ) and to laying Axles of all kinds of Yebielea. Toe
and one warranted: to give perfect satisfaction.Call Florida
: CRO\VTII; OF 1S55. II :I. E. MITCH[ LLI ivfry Stable of T. B.Bro-
rk niAT Benutiftil I/ocaUon where I uov.- re"JL and examine them at I). LA DD'S. Couuty of Leon. J JALL f i shop is tfvenient to the Livery
1 ) UT.\ Uaa, Flat Turtiij., C.tlbag1ieta, tc Dii'r'itirV.: Jimdbuty, 7'w/ir, Ga.Rome kaw, aud special attention given to hone-sboeirj.'
J > oa Clinton; Street.near the College! [ April 21,1855. 1C bavin claims the Estate of
.: L just recivcd, I Ga., October 1 '.'J-. 1851.A I persons ? ; Farming implements of every description done to el
Thef.ai the rtsiJrlc unJivjiled! by stre< ts; on the premi 5. 1K56.! 1. I Notice. : are hereby notified to present the Samoa to the Judge : H. B. F1TT3.
fe* a fine flardvii. Stable Gin.rib. Carriage l.o "e.Ue ._- ; A. O.A.R.D. of Probate of Leon C'Juntat his office in Tallahassee -
:ro hou.e*. a cplendi 1Voll of c.11If' and g"o.l! I I I 1.1. per-iR thit arc de-irom of availing themhclves SIX months after date I shall present my final ac I on ,before the first Monday in December next ": Jan. 12. 1856. My
: Ci.tn "Hieie ale >e\' ral be.-ititiful Squares: on the I Tax Collector's Sale. I ot Hit MOSELEY'S services will find him at and \oucliers to the Hon.Judge of Probate for payment pro rata. : GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.

\\\ t and Uoi lli tide ">f the C",!Ii-g. ith.L.; T.r rtfideitcfs of the authority in me vested by law. I I his INFIRM.\ itV, BROADWAY,(GRIFFIN COlth of Gadsdeu county, aa executor Richard Caniochau I-D. W. GWYNN, I
mhich 1'\11 ell at private; .all This is a rare :j Byirtte : for sale at the town of IlHIcybtille i ;I GIA. I late of Charleston So. Ca., deceased, imd ask for a t "O1Notice Probate. I II

: opijuit unity. .nd t.) thnse persons who aiay dire in the: county of Liberty within legal hours, hn the h i Patients boarded $1 per day or $1 1 16 t per month. dismission; from my administration of said estate. May 24, 18iC. 21 i DR. T. J. CUR LEE ,

;. lo locite inT.ila1.asie! ant I c-luc-at thir tl.i'i: I. tfitb..r ur the male or female: Colleges (If this cit v. tinearpa ; couuty ktHin as Foibes Puichase" u-es8eid as tin,; XO case will be received into this cstaLli..hi I October 18. 'IiG.. 42 :I
seil the and of ] that it. i ---- -- -- -- ---.-----.---- THOMASVILLE GA. and MONTICELLO
i i" bciievei ,
by none fa utility {icquirements j.ropeityof tic Trustees of the A l'abcLil.,1Lall.1 i mu.t unle.-s it on examination can I I I
the gentlemen in charge of the above institutions. ;: Ci.mpauv. so much thereof us may l 1) suflieient to I be cured) or :admit of relief. All cases rejected will I II Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth SIX months after date. I will present my accounts I IN and MADISON FLA., and their respective and
}'u particulars spply to JOHN 1L LLOYD. J the State and County Tuxes a-s'et-s d tLcreon t for invaiinblv' be charged :. for examination: nod aavcc.:: I I vouchers as Administrator,on the eclate of adjacent counties. He inserts any number of Arbfloial -
Sept.27,1856. C9-tf tie pay 1!5G togeiiier! v.'ith tl> coyts I All letterto e-ntith them to imtioc must enclose i Rugs. Hugh O. McLean to the !(.. E. C. Love Judge of : Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett on tbbt
e uud.f'XI'CU'ws
_h _' U, _. __ __ ___. _._. I i! tJ s'te.year wiLG. }RUBISON. 1 a ".tnmnp' f-ir the 1'I'III..n.f i lOl istage, mid be dii c-c- : FINE LOT Brimsela) two nnd three Ply Wool Probate, for Gadeden County, for a final scUlemoit I improved principle giving them that beautiful life
Tax Collector, Libeity Co. ted to W. U. MOSELEY, M. I)., : A Carpvtin Also, a few pieces Wool audCcttond : and apply for a di charpc therefrom. like appearance which approaches Nature so nearly
I otce.AJ.L t OcLlS.5C. -12 Griffin, Georgia.Febiuary : i ., and fine Hearth Hugs and Drugget, for sale nght : ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Adtnt'r. aa to challenge detection by the closest observer.

persons ngalnst the cs'.rtte! .of I _.- '---"- -. .-- 23, IS:C. })'-/ I at D. LA I)I). I; July 28, 1856. 28-6m Persons needing Dental operations on their NATU
Watkiny late Jefferson Je- i .: -- -------.----- i can by
p cUlt\, < ---------.-- -------- -- -- -- I Newpoit, O.-L 18, 1850. 4 -- RAL Teeth. and xrish him to perform them
eevwd will take notice that must Notice. ; Wines Syrups Ac prices
they the following
pricnt't.eJ MILES :NASH fit CO. --- -- -- --- -------- --- --- apply ing soon, bare them done at

to the undersgned! duly! authenticated ,i LL pprson having claims agniiift the estate of ;, Administrator's Notice. I Otl\nI Brandy, Sparkling Cider, Vt which will be found to MUCH lower than bas mbven .

pled h y law, or this u.tic will Ixr )'c.I in bar !! -O. William 14. HYL'1. deceased, late of Leon county, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. : wteklftt'r date I will apply to the Hen. I OLD Port, Old Port Juice, offered in this -section of country bet**, to-wit:

> .,* )" 1 And all persons indebted to tlj :. are notified to pieeciit( them properly nutllt'ot.icat.t.j. from New York per baik It. II. Gam : SIX Probate of Leon county: for letters Of f Madeira Brandy Cherries I For filling teeth witb Gold Foil. $1 ,00.il 60, $2 aDd 00

: estate are hereby notitied to make immediate p.iy- to the uu'ieinigned uthninUtiatiix, within the time re- JUST'cf.ind iissoitment, of ai tides ill our line i llltllillitotrntionlpO! the estate( of John W. Townsend, Sherry, Sardines, i and $2 60;varying according to mOot, cavity
: meat to the undersigned at Monticello. ; 1:1or this notice: will be in bar of Gelatine Preserved Quince amount material used; Extracting teetb,in OTHCX
I qtrred by ; pleaded Mich a* Oils of almost every kind. Burning FlatuVhite deceased late of Leon county. 'Sparkling I
WILLIAM W. HEIR their reooveiy, and :all those indebted are iequeted \ Lead Zinc and other painU Window Glass of L. M. WHITE. Flavoring Extracts, Pears, I only 50 cooll-out of office.! '1.

t Oet.5 1858. 8"--43. __ __ __ to make payment immediately. best fjiialily, Putty. Hruthec Potash, Soda Sparkling Nov. 1, 18io. Gw44Executor's Yeast Powders Tamarinds, His PBICK for a full upper or lower salt of teethI't.UE. on*!
'UCRJ.U T. BIBCUSTT. ClIARLtS W. IKIWMXO SUSANNAH: RYAN, A-Imfx.! Gclntiu,Lendon Mnhtard, French Brandy (very best) .-- - --- -- --- -- --- i I Spanish Olives Spices, VI (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if veceaeaT7))
. 42-8w I I Starch Pickle $6 tooth ud.ptrc< satisfaction gnaraatMdiu
.J 0-tb-rl9'.r 5. for medicinal purposes, Spi <. Pepper. Lemon Syrup Notice. I Corn only per ;(

: BIECHETT & DOWNING, .-- -.- ------- I 1111.8. Quinine, Peruvian Batk. Fluid Extract: Buchu Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, i tvtry instanee. V
4 'ATTORXETS AT LAW t AGENTS fOR CLAIUSKO. Removal Indians. I j Mudicincu. We keep none) but the very best and : Court of Gnd .; : 490 Scvrnfli Sfrcof, I and vouchers aa executor of the estxle of JohnW.. AMES A LIVELY. i can application by letter to either of the'*!*'e
1 authorized to merit upon
W ASHINOTOS t rpHEWar Depaitment n per hope yovr patronage.MILES I Malone[ deceased nnd at the lAme time apply for a otberwiseteCitTe prompt at
CITY. I JL capita reward for living Indian*, who may be NASH, A CO. I January 5, 1856. I named Post Office,or
the further administration of said -
WILL practice.be-fore lb-e:Court of Caiml.! and I captured or induced} to come in for emigration, premiums March 29. 18511. 18 final dischaige from i tcntion. - -
estate. -
claims before awl -- ------ & :
te Circular Saws.
1be --
Congreei several for hostile Indians deliveied to the Commanding -- Upright aZJ'EJ.Z1fo.a :
October 11 1856. 41GmExecutor's
Departmeotf. i Officei at Fort Brooke Fort Myers", Fort Capron or Corn and Cob Crusher. I 1 _Quincy_., A CO., and Welch t Griffeth Circular Saws I JUDOS CoLa,Maooo. Georgia
July 28, 18. SOJOHH Fort Dallas South Florida. will be paid by the undersigned 48, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for I :
Corn and Cob Crusher IU Uoc.J: L Sz'iD )
{ patent I
at the following rates: : Notice. sale by D. LADD I om..m.OL
For each warrior living .. .$260 to 500.I have taken the Agency for tbe sale of these superior New Port, Nov 3, 1866. 44 JCBQB LovE j.
.. : E.. LLOYD. I woman .. .. 150 to 300, Cob Crushers, unequaled it is Enid to any in 1'lm undersigned Executor of the last will and J.8. Wuor, EsQ. J
t .A"U.o't1.on.eerAND "boy over ten years living. 100 to 2'0.' the Co ntry. A Bt'ck of these Crushers, wilt be on I of N. N. Branch deceased, late of w. a Dnwoata Esq,
I The highest rates for all but Ui, infirm and helpless bund early tids coming Full. Prices vnry low, considering Leou county hereby gives notice to all persons having Burning Fluid C. O. Fin, Eseu. 1! Monlicello! FU-
in feed. $45 f 05 $M each them Messrs. W.4 J.Broo,
saving demands SAid estate to
and for these not less than above. great against present proper F Just received and forsale
''; JOHN C. CASEY, Captain U. S. A. for these sizes.: Prices uniforn throughout the county. I ly authenticated within the time prescribed by law O a superior Quality. AMES & LIVELY. Col. E. I:. Burac&x.
COMMISSION MERCHANT }'further call nnd examine for yourselvesso this notice will bo in bar of their by. i January 12, 1856. Sj3jm.es
l ; Fort Bn oke, Fla. Oet. 18. 56.. 2-3tn particulars I or pleaded recovery May 31,1850. 22 I IDK.K.N.GARDNER .
.. soon as a stock for a sample arrives. : and all those indebted are requested to make payment -
:. r TALI\HASSEE, FLORIDA. ------ -- D. LAD). ; immediately. JOHN D. BRANCH, Ext r. i cbVX.ively

*> i. July 19, 1856. 29-ly The Union Bank of Florida ) Newport, July 5, 18l C. 27 October 11, 1856. 41SwAdministrator's ,
vs. (. Leon Circuit Court- -. --- -.----. ---. --- ---- I ---.- his professional services to the citizens T TALLAHASSEE.IXORIDA,

: EDWARD n. WEST.. Sroallwood P. Allison and f In Chancery Administrators Notice. Sale. OFFERS and surrounding country. Office Whol.we and.RetaH Dealer*.in, .
others. JIT at Oentreville.Sep. '11l'erfwuery.
; : Attorney and Goiinsellor at Law appearing to the Court, by sffidnvit made in thi) months after date I shall present my accounts BY virtue of an order from the Hon. Judge of Probate 20,1856. 38TaxCollector's m DRUGS".um X1dUt_" -
; case that the above named defendant.Smallwood SIX vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for for Leon county will be sold on Monday. Dwtuffi, &ijielll frAtTtW6t3te.
: :" TALLAUA: SKE FLORIDA. IVAllison resides out of the State of Florida and in Leon County. as the administrator of the estate of R. the 8th of December next before the Court-house Sale. Sriceav Snuff .. WmodowsGlUiP13t1.
.', ; 1 the United State: It ordeitd and decml thAt the land wit Maaofaefarad Tobacco
Hayward deceased and asc:'for. a final dischargefrom : door in Tallahassee the following to : The OUa..Vanuiea. Pnttr
: .5 April 6, 1656. 14 h' said Smallwood P. Allison do appear and plead or said administration. W half of N W quarter, of Section 26, in Township WILL be sold before the Court House door ia and Glaaa..Ware,. Psttnt Medielata

1 )2.T'----. ; answer the bill of complainant filed in this' cause THOMAS HAYWARD, AdmV. 3, Range 1, N and E, belouging to the estate of John town of Levy vflle, on the first Monday in FilM Soapa,Fi Tooth Par...WiDuaDd: :
I v..:*' PLOYI> & .HOLLAND, I h_ within four month from tho date of the publicationof July 26, 1859.: 3o-6m Judge deceased, and to be told for payment of debit. February next the following land'to wit: the t G W i and Hair Broabea. for MoaIi "

this order or the said bill'of".complaint will betaken Term on dty of sale. of section 18, township 11. range 14. levied upon as Paint Brushes; Fancy.ArtlcIa.GardeA .
4 "*,. t WiLT; practice) the Circuit; Courts ,of Middle ordered. that .this order be published< once a week; in -Charleston, So. Ca. K. H. BRADFORD. [ Admr*. the State, County.and-Road tax.Terms cub.V They have rsiesutly* reo.hed-k igV "i4 F$1

t I{ W*,t PWl ,
.: _ted. State*, in the Northern District of Flori<. Passed. in.open, Court,this !3d Oct. 1856. NOTICE at this al&bBab ,ti>ticd a toll.pily st.yertlng s-
.: .fl3 3d R-i FWVI>.'Office'ApftlftcUcola, Fla. .- : 'J. ,WAYLES BAKER, !(. REA I8LAXD COTTON )ACTORM. Circular. flatv Mill Agency.THE ded..ad Oft ,''I OIt w.. .
1! f ; t: ''HOLLAND, Office Qoiacr; Fla.DecT TCJte--.cor.crii' A, BWAZC;Clerk. -- -..- QIX months after date undersigned admioislrajp undersigned- baa the agency for the sale of V Pfder tr.m _kticti

.t ; U, 1833. 11 -- WJi. )J. LAWTOX, ..* -R. "WAtswRtciiT BACOT, trix on the eatate of Jaoxs HoJdemes*,',deoeaier] : ', Improved Circular'Saw Milk,*V guarazitiA nth regard IIC -.fW11i
-' 4lJTs'3 --- ju1 ,; EPICAL HOTICDIIS. JOSEPH'T. DILL Wixnunn LAWTO.V, Ja. late of Leon county,"will file her account and vouch 'oonsisthifr of three .aiiea for 42.48 aad52 or 54 ioeb .II (
: 1 ,:4TaiE.:: J..lrS: ,.> "i'sl t"7: s -. Sept. IS".1866, '374mAdministrator's era, and apply to the Jude of Probate of Leon county Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the beet m we, r Om'..I1ULtra. V fl V

:' .spitifl .o."f ? pJBU !; ,QAMJ3LE: & 13ETTONOFl for discharge from said admlni.tratioo.RL1ZABETHSOLDEBBJ'.SS Jnmng several rmproveraentt over the Pace""o.any' Ju54 !8I6a, V .. V
t! cIEftI ,#yy JCM TO ,qpiaor: Mmt'x.Np1185. other Patent in use. The, cost is about,|? ,'$. :: -_ 'Y7'V'
..1'1'fL J9S&EJ A D"IlIUI. p QP r..t. BR their 1 P/ofeMioftal Serviees to totbeTub. .Notice.O ,,. .; ,' !
1m sMONTICELLO J q I, and 9460 for rations sites,according to extra. carriage, ttioli Ct8- iUi
,. V4 1J. ,im i ttleI.tP.1b. :. tST 0 c 'opoosite tb.. .Store,of"Messrs. Aa. For furUer cPPIY _
.4yFIQE 1 HoelgkWjScotVA; Po leJiuiuary > IX'moatlis after ,date,I wDlelhiblt 07:' nceoontsO ; :DILWORTU .. 'pftrtkolm ".'. *?f trrJL1i1 .e'Turi'
wdroocberafc) the udge ;pf Probate of,-Gads- 1vIiIJ&M58. V V .; t : ANTzLI4DD." : \ ir"'w: ; ill
ia..H .S1 6, ""' fH th1M
l' :.-* + .I8US .:dep, qolJltl.MUOh3tfttT. 1 iaI.I.jiL.oP( 1jjC"of :: i4ictflney 1-r.'and OUiISeI1OrIaLIaW ..Newport.!Jlt "Kbtembef j& n .::3_; 18WJ' -1 ft'1 Jsnuari u. DwiIatLtd: We I
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l : ,
j tVT t : X R th.eW1'a or J hn IngflUP'. ''We okia4quufyle.ceased ""- "- "' f it > : 7' .1'' BaaIIt.w
I ; land apply (or n' ffnal ieWerae4nt dis' FWR1DAa 7 For'Salei frltV E. Lett d!: eI -..

.Mft'JILJ Wo AT y.. 'AAW charge from tbo administration' iuf saId estate: t WILL pracfica in tbe Courtoyof! 'ih. i\Mftld'le'Cir, : of S ALT', ebeap for el''. lOW 6d dlfr tbet lttt..i0tcM.t ,-
t LEWIS D..JONES.dn.. 30''TO"sXdcs MORKHri TIT ttDfcttr.
,' J and Thoa.iV and Lowhde* Co'aaty, Ga i.ltLLOTD. JAMtS D.
6 kt.'L ; Ii ot his wif
f FL. t .. TALLAUASE.FEA.',1I ; L L.miL1& 1 tl._ '- .right__ I March ::, 1856. 12-ly NOT 8, 1866. 15' Sept.. 1W. SIr
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