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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 27, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY JAMES. J S., _JQNES._ TALLAHASSEE. :, : 27,1856. "" VOL. V-If .:r1 ." ;

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p- WEDNESDAY: DEC. i ,-L1 t .
24 .
1856. '
., "'Senate bill to'be entitled an act to i incorporate a Company for the j I For these reasons, and without attempting to discuss Jhe questionof Resolution for he relief of R. H. M. Darldsoo sa 41LtlOt a.

The House met pursuant to adjournment quorum, present porpose of Spinning? and Manufacturing cotton goods at or near the I the right of th* General Assembly to make this, or other ston ; '
Tbe} waging of the Janrn al! of yesterday was dispensed with. t town of Madison in the county of! Madison, State of Florida, disposition of these lands, QXcept as provided in tho general'any bill ap Resolution for the relisf.of John'SJterrj. .

the following bills, wliich had passed the House, were transmit. I was read the third time and (put upon its passage, upon which the proved on the 6th of January, 1855, I return this bill and most respectfully Respectfully : ,
the Senate, viz: vote was: : .1'M S E '
.,d to invite its reconsideration. .BROOMS;
1 bill to be entitled f"Dd to fix the time of holding Courts in theMiddle Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy Braddock, Brokaw, I Respectfully, Which was read. *- '

Circuit of Florida; Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, JAMES E. BROO IE. I A bill to be entitled! an act to reduce State and,county taxes, afld.
A bUl to amend the Road Laws of Nassau county in this Slate; butane, Frink, Gettis, Gonzalez, Heermans, Helvenston, Hull Ia. Which was read. to amend an act entitled an act to eatablislt'the ad *ofore system, {,
bill to be entitled an act to authorize Adin Waterman gram! Johnston, McLeary, McQueen Mims Nicks Parkhill Penn the I' .
A tlJUii question, shall the bill pass over the veto of the Governor taxation, .
a minor, to contract and be contracted with; Smithson, Taylor, Vogt and Wilson.. -31. : the vote was: Was read the third time and put upon its? passage, upon.whicitterote : : .
bill to change the boundary line between the counties of : Nays-None. .
A Cal Yeas-Mr.
I Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Cousins, Gonzalez and was: ; '
ico" find Franklin; So the bill tmssed-tilte as stated :Mims I -5. Yeas-Mesirs. Buffington, Carter, Ci stint, Cousins, Fri ult. u: nzalez -

A bill t-) be entitled an act for the relief of Joel Walker,late Sheriff Ordered that the same be certified to the St't 1 ale.I Nays-Messrs. Bellamy, Brokaw, Buffington, Campbell, Carter, I Hull, Ingram McLeary,..:McQueen, ,Mima, Scotrand? t

of Jefferson county; I Senate resolution concering 16th sections.in 'alton county, I Clyatt, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gettia, Heermans, Hull, Ingram, Vogt t-13. '& '
A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to establish Common I Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the Johnston, McLeary, Nicks, Parkhill, Vogt and Wilson-10. i Xa'ya-. Speaker, Messrs.\ Amau, Bellamy, Braddock, $rokiwr; : ;. 1 1i

Schools and repeal certain acts in relation thereto; I vote was: 1 I So the bill did not pass over the veto of tho Governor.On Camp'bell, Duval, Fontaiw, Gcttis, Heennans_ Ielvenston,7co4Nicks '.

A 1 Ml to be entitled an act to authorize Fitzwilliam B. Taj lor, of I Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Brokaw, Campbell, Carter I motion, the rule was'waived to permit Mr. Gettis to introduce and Wilson-14. ;

Jfferson county, to assume the management of his own estate; t Cousins, Dividson, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Heermans, lbelyensNaysNone. I a bill to be entitled an act to benefit Commerce ; ;' So the bill was lost

Senate bill to be entitled an act authorizing the appointment of ton Johnston and Wilson19. : Which was placed among the orders of the day. i' Senate bill to be entitled an act for the Letter sec,ri y,ofproy tr, .

11'c' bets of Hay and Cotton inthe town of Jacksonville; On motion of Mr. Parkhill, leave of absence was granted to Mr. .i|! Was read the second time and ordered to Irt., read a tHrd:GBM"w r
Keoate'bill to be entitled an net granting to fbc Alabama and So there was not a quorum voting. Davidson until Monday next |' Friday.Mr. tr

Florida Railroad Company alternate Sections of Swamp and Overflowed !Mr. Duval moved a call of the House, which was ordered. Resolution authorizing the Governor to turn over forty muskets and i I Arnau moved a call of tho House which was ordered.; 4T

.'. i Laud; % Upon calling the roll, the following members answered to their accoutrements to the Ancient City Guards, and providing for the I On calling the roll the followingmembers were present, m : r|

Senate bill to be entitled an act to allow the several Judges of the names, viz : expense of transportation of said arms and accoutrements from the I Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, Bnfflngten! Campbell :

Circuit Courts of this State to hold extra terms whenever, in their Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Braddock, Brokaw, Campbell, Car- State Armory to the City of St. Augustine, j I )), Carter Cousins, Fontane, Gettea,.Heermans, Helveostqn,'Hufl l

opinion, the public safety may require ; ter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Hcermans, i Was read the second time. I Ii I Ingram, Johniton, McLeary, McQueen 'Mima, Nick, 'Smithson, t

Senate: bill to be entitled an act to empower Watson Ashurst to Helvenston, Hull, Johnston, McLeary, McQueen, :Mims, Nicks; I Ij i The amendments proposed by the Committee Finance and Public 'i Vogt and Wilson. '

set u Deputy Cleik for the county of Dura! ; j Parkhill, Penn, Smi son, Taylor> Vogt and Wilson. I j Accounts were agreed to. f :So: there was not a quorum present "

Senate bill to be entitled an act to protect Telegraphic 'ti'iresasd !j? So there was a quorum present. i j The resolution was then ordered to bo engrossou for a third read- I The Sergcant-at-Arms was instructed to take tho absent,,members

Posts in the limits of this State, and for other purposes; and On motion, further proceedings under the call were dispened with. I t i ing on to-morrow. in custody and bring them to the bar of the House. ;t

Senate bill to be entitled an act granting a charter to the American The bill under consideration was again put on its passage, upon j!. On motion, the rule was waived, and Mr.. Cousins permitted to in- Mr. Speaker and Messrs.\ Duval, Frink, apd. Gonxalex appeared at I

Telegraph Company to enable them to construct lines of Electric which the vote was : I'J I troduce a bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to provide for the bar of the House and were excused. :

Telegraph in this State, and to maintain the same. Yeas-Mr. Speaker, l\Je8"r Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, I, and encourage a liberal system of Internal Improvements in the Stateof Further proceedings under the call were dispened with.- '1

The following bills, which had passed both Houses and had been Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, : Florida, approved January 6, 1855, On motion, the House took a recess until 3 o'.lokP. M. .. .

duly enrolled, were transmitted for approval to his Exeellency the i r. Fontane, Frink, Heermans, Helvenston, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, j Which was placed among the orders of the day. (II .' 3'::;".;,.x< ''t. .

Governor, viz: I McQueen, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, Smithson, Talor, Vogt The Committee on Engrossed Bills rondo the following report : I I I -- "" f.

.', An act to incorporate the Perdido Railroad Company; and I and Wilson-28.: : The Committee on Engrossed Bills ask leave to report the following 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. .1 :
An ael to supply the deficiency of tke appropriation of the last fiscal Nays-None. % j bills as having been engrossed'correetly, viz : i i

year for contingent expenses of the Supreme Court. So the bill passed-title as stated. j A bill to bo entitled an act to incorporate the Augustine and The House resumed its session-a quorum present :

On motion, leave of absence was granted to Mr. Chaires for today I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. 9 1! St. Johns River Railroad Company; :i The rule being waived, Mr. Arnau introduced a resolution asking 1

< and to Mr. Taylor until Monday next after to day. The following message was received from his Excellency the ii i A bill to be entitled an act to locate the Seminary of Learning to Congress to grant to the City of Augustine the St Francis Bar. .
'
The rule being waived Mr. Cousins was permitted to introduce with i Governor: be established West of tho Suwanneo ; : tacks, 1
k'k'I
previous! notice, a bill to be entitled an act to amend: an act authorizing EXECUTIVE DErAKTMKM", ? An act to reduce State and County taxes, and amend an net entitled I Which was read and adopted. .'

Nathaniel Bryant to establish & ferry across the Suwannee TALLAHASSEE, December 23d, 1856. ] an act\ to establish the ad valorem system of taxation ; I Ordered that the same lie) certified to the Senate.
.
: River at Shoaltown, I Hox. H. V. SXELL, A bill to be entitled an act to facilitate the construction of the St. t The rule being waived, Mr. Gonzalez introduced a bill to be.eatt.I :' '

Which was placed among the orders of the day. 1 Speaker of the House of Representatires : Johns and Indian River Canal ; and I tied an act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Per, '

Mr. Bellamy offered Resolution\ that the General Assembly pro- \| SIR : I respectfully submit the following nominations and respectfully An act to amend'an act entitled an act to provide for the appoint dido Railroad Company, ..

teed to the election of U. S. Senator today at II o'clock, A. M. j I ask the advice and consent of the General Assembly: ; ment of Inspectors of Tar and Turpentine in this State, approved : Which was placed among the orders of the day. r

Which was adopted. I II j For Manatee ComIty.I !: January 6th, 1855. I The following)) message was received from the Senate : .

On motion of Mr. Gettis a committee was appointed consisting Auctioneers-Josiah Gates, Wm. H. Wyatt, John Parker. I JOHN FRISK, Chairman.. !i :SENATE: R.A.XB&K..Dec.mber. '24th., 1836.:..'.',

.f Messrs.Gettis, Penn and Gonzalez, to communicate said resolution I Respectfully, Which was read. : Hon. Speaker of the House of Representatives: ...... 1
A bill to be entitled act to amend entitled SIR The Senate has the House
to the Senate. JAMES E. BROOM an an act an act'to I i adopted Resolution to adjourn
I provide for the appointment of Inspectors of Tar and in sine die the 23d inst with the enclosed amendment .
The Committee on Corporations made the following report : t Which was read. Turpentine i on via{ : Strikeout
The Committee on Corporations to whom was referred a hilt to ; On motion, the nominations therein contained were advised and j j this State, approved January 6th, 1855, 23d and insert in lieu thereof 27th. ; 1 t

be entitled an act tu amend an act incorporating the St. Augustine i consented to. !j Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upen which the : Very Respectfully

1 and Ficolata Railroad Company, beg leave tot I Ordered that the same be certified to his Excellency the Governor j I voto was : i! S. J. PERRY.

+' REPORT : j A Committee from the Senate informed the House that the Senate j!'i Yeas: -:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Be'llamy, Braddock, Brokaw, I Ii i i Secretary of the Senate.. '
i concurred i,i Buflington, Campbell, Carter, Clyalt, Cousins, Duval, Fontane, Which was rc d.
in the resolution to. proceed to the election of U. S. |
That they have had the same under consideration and seeing that I Senator 11 o'clock. j" Frink, Gettis, Heennans, Helvenston, Hull Ingram, Johnston, Mc- I Mr. Heermans moved that the accompanying resolution and amendment

the notice required by the Constitution has been given, report the bill : On motion the j' Lear)", Minis, Nicks, Parkhill, Penn, :Smithson: Vogt and Wilson I be laid on the table. I
House took a recess of 10 minutes.
bark to the House and recommend that it do pass. : 27. Which was not agreed to.
At the expiration of the recess, the House resumed its session-a i
JOSHUA TAYLOR, Chairman. NaysNone.So I On the question of agreeing to said amendment, the yeas,and'nayswere r
'
Which was reaJ'lnd concurred! in, and tho accompanying bill quorumpresent. : the bill title stated. called for Messrs. and '
passed- as by Ingram and follows'
.Gonzalez were as :
On motion of Mr. Parkhill ,
I a Committee was appointed, consisting : 1
placed among the orders of the day. of Messrs. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. I Yeas Messrs. Bellamy, Braddock; Clyatt, Gonzalez, Holmes, I
Parkhill, Cousins and Bellamy, to wait the Senate
The following report was received and concurred in : I' upon A bill to be entitled locate the of Hull Minis
and i iaforin that body that the House was prepared to receive j i an act to Seminary Learning to Ingram, Johnston McLeary, McQueen.: Nicks Pens
The Committee to whom wax referred the petition of the citizens !1 be established West of the Suwannee, Smithson and Vogt-15. \ ,
them and to proceed to the election of U. S. Senator. I I
Gsdiden County praying that some law may be passed prevent ng The I Was road the third time. Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Brokaw, Campbell, Carter. ;.'
Senate entered the Hall and
; the President in vita.ion of
slaves from hiring horse and buggies,and owning such, beg leave to i the Speaker, took the Chair. by Mr. Campbell moved th it said bill be postponed until the 1st of i I I Cousins, Fontane, Gettis, Heermana and Helvenston-10. +''
REPORT : January, I So the amendment to. II III 1
: was agreed
; The President announced the object of the meeting to be the elec- f
That the that these t | Which Ordered that the be certified the Senate. '
they fully agree with petitioners things are an was not.agreed to. same to :
tion of United! States Senator for the term of big from tho 4th
\ears
evil, but believe that the remedy will be found in the bills now before : of March next. .; The bill was then put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of, the Railroad. : Companies IH'
the General entitled blaves from Yeas-Mr. Messrs. Arnau Braddock Brokaw in this State t
Assembly an act to prevent : Mr. Filor (of the Senate) nominated Stephen R. Mallory.The Speaker, Bellamy, ,
hiring their own time, and also an act to prevent slaves from hiring : vote was: i', Buffington, Carer: Clyatt, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Heer Was read the second- time and ordered to be engrossed for. a'third .

buggies and horses. : FOE Ma. MALLOHY Senate Mr. President )Jl'l Baker mans, Helvenston: Hull, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, Nicks, Park- I reading on Friday. t
,
Your Committee recommend the passage of said bills and ask to i >srs. hill, Penn, Vogt and Wilson-23.Nays Senate bill to be entitled an act for the better government of slave. 4j' i I
Bird Brinson
Brooks, Eubanks Filor Hawea Keitt Lamar
,
Eppes, ,
be Messrs. and Smithson in the of Monroe
Cousins Nuns
discharged. : and Welch-12. Campbell, -1. County .... 1 t' ;
All of which is respectfully submitted. So the bill passed-title as stated. Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the,third time by JIt l
Ho ise-Mr. S eaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamj*, Braddock, Bro- "
D. A. VOGT, Chairman. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A its title and put upon its passage, upon which the'vote was: '
kaw Campbell, Carter CIyatt Duval Fontane Frink Gettis Gonzalez
,

\\". E. M. COUSINS, Heermans Helvenston Holmes Johnston bill to be entitled an act to reduce the State and County Taxes Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, 1

C. GONZALES.The I i ?McQueen, Nicks, Parkhill ,Penn Ingram, and Wilson, McLeary 26., 'I i and to amend an .act entitled an act to establish! the Ad valorem Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Fontane, Gettis,. Gooaalex, Heir. / ;.
: Taylor, Vogt -
following message was received from the Senate : f I Total 38. system of Taxation, mans, Helvenston. Holmes, Hull, Johnston, McLeary' McQueto. \ I

SCNATK: ClIAMHEH, ) BL'mk-Senate-1\Iessrs. Duncan Fisher McBride andTracy : Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which Mints, Nicks, Smithson and Vogt -23. t
,
i Hopkins, :
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TAM.AUABSUE, December 23d, 1856. -
Honorable Speaker of the House of Rejtrcsrntatirtt : House-\feisrs.: Cousins Davidson Hull and Mims yea8-:Messrs. Carter, Clyatt, Duval, Frink, Helvenston, Hull, ; So the bill passed-title as stated. 1
SIB:-The Senate'has passed the Jollowing bills and resolution, viz: I' 5. Total 10. Buffington, i Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, Mimi, Smithson and Vogl-12. l I Ordered that the same be certified to di'. Senate. e

A bill the Supreme Nays. -Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy Braddock, Brokaw, lI Senate resolution providing for the the laws '
to be entitled an act to amend an act to organize Mr. President declared Mr. Stephen R. Mallory duly elected U. !I I copying passed by t
Court of the State of Florida ; : States Senator for six from the fourth day of March next.i :' Buffington, Campbell, Cousins, Fontane, Gettis, Heermans, Nicks, I this General Assembly, ..

House bill to be entitled an act to provide for the location of the j i The Joint Meeting years adjourned and the Senate returned to their !,1 Parkhill and Wilson-14. Was read tbe third time and put upon its passage, upo whisk I II
So the bill the vote was:
county site of Orange county; I chamber. i was rejected.

'. A bill to be entitled an act to regulate the rates of Pilotage at the A Committee from the Senate waited the House to ask the I On motion, the rule was waived, and Mr. Buffington was permitted I Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy, Braddock, Clyatt.. Cousins,Frink,Gettia, e

Port of St. Marks; : return of a bill to be entitled an act to amend upon the several acts in re- to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to change the names of i Gonzalez, Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes, Ingram,Johnston, Kicks.. e
A bill :' Lucinda Hunter and James Newman, and for other : Smithson and Vogt-15. (
to be entitled an act for the benefit of Nassau county ; lation to suits by attachment in the Circuit Courts and before Justices purposes
House bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to authorise of the Peace in this State. : Which was placed among the orders of the day. Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.\ Aruau, Brokaw, Cats, Fontfae,.
; A bill to be entitled act to facilitate the construction .f the St I McLeary McQueen and
County: Commissioners lo extend charters to Bridges and Ferries; II' Messrs. Cousins, Braddock and Duval were appointed a Committee an Miros-pS. .
House resolution asking Congreu to establish a Mail Route from to return said bill to the Senate. { Johns and Indian River Canal, So the Resolution was adopted-title as,stated. t

Hellonrille to Bay Port ; I Senate bill to be entitled an act to incorporate a Company for the i Was read the third time and put upon iU passage' upon which tho Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. t

House bill to be entitled act to the Register of State I I vote was: Senate resolution relative to the accounts of Captains Jornigta '
an require of reclaiming overflowed or lands in V oJ usia, Orange,
purpose swamp .,
lands to have all the School lauds in Columbia,.Marion Levy, Ham and Brevard Counties, and encouraging settlement and'cultivation j Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Campbell and Devall r

i ilto HiBsborough, Santa Rosa, Escambia, St. Johns, Alachua, I of the country, I Carter, Clyatt Cousins, Fontane, Frink, Gettia, Gonzalez, HeerI I I Was read the second time and ordered to be read a third time.ontomorrow.
Madison and counties; that have not been offered for sale i I mans, Johnston, McQueen, Nicks and Wilson-17. .
Orange Was read the third time and its which the
put ,
Appraised and offered ; II vote was: upon passage upon :( May-Messrs. Brokaw, Ingram, McLeary, Minis, Smithson and Senate bill to bo entitled an act to amend an act to authorise. *

House bill llo be entitled act to the fifth section of an 1! Vogt-6.I business of Banking 1
repeal
.an Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, ;
act entitled Sumter Jan I So the bill passed-title as stated.. Was read the seceud time and ordered to be-read third tiaaa On
an act to organize the county of approved I Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Heer a
I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.On to-morrow.
uary 8th, 1853 ; Helvenston, Ingram, Johnston, McQueen Mims Nicks Park-
mans ,
HOUM bill to be entitled. an act to secure the better working of hill, Vogtand Wilson-22. motion of Mr. Arnau, tho House reconsidered the vote reject- Senate bill to be entitled an act increasing the salary! of the GOT*
bill to be entitled act to reduce State and taxes andto Private
Roads ing a an county ernor a Secretary,
Cousins Davidson Hull Penn and '
Nays-Messrs. McLeary, 'I
House bill l to be entitled an act to provide ,for the maintainance, Smithson6.So amend an act entitled an act to establish the ad valorem system! Was read the second f time and ordered. to be' read. a third tine MI I

care and,custody of Lunatics. insane persons in this State ; I the bill passed-title as stated. I of taxation, and said bill was placed among the orders of the day. tomorrow ti

A b3I to be entitled an act for the relief of James N. Hendry, ; Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Mr. Gonzalez moved a call of the House, which was ordered.On A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act.. authorizing Na&a&itl t

She rr Hamilton county;' The following was received from his the I calling the roll the following members were present, viz : Bryant to establish a ferry across .the Suwannee River. at Shoal
Excellency
message
.,..A.WI to be ntiUed an act concerning limitations of actions. Governor : Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, Buf Town S }:

'Hopse: ,bUlto: be entitled an act granting to the City of PensacoJB EXECUTIVE CIIAXBKK ) I fington, Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Was read the first: time, the rule waived, read the second' 'and.third!

certain ,lands therein mentioned ; TALLAHASSEE Dec. 23 1856. j Gonzalez, Heermans, Hull, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, McQueen, times by its title and put upon its passage, n which, the veto was: 1
,
House InU'to be entitled an act to amend the several acts in relation Hox. H. V. SKULL I Mims, Nicks, Smithson, Vogt and \ViIoon.f Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnan, Braddock, Brokaw, Carter..

to debts by attachment in the Circuit Court'and before'Justices Speaker of, the House of Representatives f The Sergeant-at-Arms was instructed to request the presence of Clyatt, Cousins, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Gonzalez Hetar+ielatw. Hel '

-of my approval, a origi- '
I Further proceedings under the call were dispensed with. Smithson and Vogt 22. ,
HfHiirt.631 to be entitled an act to authorise Samuel A. Pearce to nated in.tbe House which entitled "An benefit -
over yon preside, act to
The following was received from his Excellency the GOT- Nay-Mr.: Brokaw 1.So .
establish" ftory-Qn,-rlIow"U..er: has passed the Senate with the Commerce." .. message -

folio WTjtf' amendment: "Provided it shall not. be within 4 miles of This bill proposes to divest the State of all right, title and inter. erner : the bill' passed-title as stated. ,
word River" EXECUTIVE CHAMBER, ) Ordered tbat the same be certified to the Senate. "
Griffiths forry"! be inserted immediately after the est to all lands covered by water lying in front of any tract of land
in the last HwTof the 1st ,< O J.T PERRY, Hox. H. V. SXXLL, St. Johns River Railroad Company; "
a. public'purposes, lying upon any navigable stream, or bay of the sea,
of the Senate.Which Speaker of the Housg of Representatives: Was read ,the third time and,put upon its which
Secretary ,
or harbor, as far'as to the edge of the channel, and hereby vests the passage upon l
Stag have approved and signed the House bills and resolutions : the vote was : ..
billplaced"
and bill and amended House
was lead, ,the Senate full title to the same in and unto the reparian proprietors," &c.
the House bills and resolution An act to authorize the Register to sell the 16th Sections in cer- Y t'a -l\Ir\ Speaker, Messrs. Arian, Bdlaajy, Braddock
., among the orders of the!day, and ; It is, generally known that wharf-lots! in commercial cities are ,Brokaw.
,' whlcBjouJ nmsiirl' they Senate Without amendment, ordered to more valuable than any other description of property,and if the State tain cases; Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins; Focftine., Frink, G etije,. Qoozal-
: An act to create and organize the Counties of Lafayette and Tay ez, Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes;'!I'l Ingrain Johattoo M
sarolle holds these to the extent indicated i lathe preamble to this bill, she ; .

'OIlDER8.iOF- r, THE ,DAY: II Ida an interest worth to her citizens, it may be,millions of dollars.Theie'he lor An; act to exempt the residents of Cedar Key from road duty in Leary Nays, McQueen-;-None. Mima, Nicks," PenD'Sd1k aad Vog1-L86v. .'
bill under consideration withoutthe
.e :: stte bill' U flfitted act to amend act entitled an'act proposes to give away; certain cases So the'bill '
to an an ; was rejected, not having r .cei.fid'tJ.W: eeosti-
smallest consideration to such have been fortunateas .
i"'b'ti' i:*s ref; 11II4 ft4b.... Siale of Florida. ; ....aror'' :purposes, lota., persons as BO An act supplementary to an act entitled an act to provide for the tutioual majority* "
it
..l"-. i to secure adjoining' Nay more- proposes to autborize'thefortunate relinquishmeut to the United States irTcertain cases of title to and On'motion, U was ordered that abs d oMmbera haft IT

ry c! y a/d...._' UlMl-PIDII sad oiedered to U read a .third time' on teat'limited party- u1y by fill his up,desire.from. the He shore may, destroy bank or the beach value,.to of an any ex- jurisdiction{ over lands for sites of llght" houses. and for other purpo- vote ou the passage ol said bill whenever thi""shall_ be mefe to

W; A 4 w t poses, &c. ; tAt The,rule) being waived Mr. HeLeary wsi'Mroaft&d :Tgtmjum
odd the State hn valuable and this < fc:
of iota
number by rendering
etp of'the and act to authorize NY A. Jamiezon to establish .'a bill to entitled '
-"I0"" tled'at"t' see pt grant tarry n'Kll: ? benefit'' Commerce when there fa even '' :I a; 'ferry across be an: act'to aathorisa DauwYbuug to ttalfitfi' a
under to not a'
;:n' '' t tb tr..feoiatirt: nilhe? Stile. of" Florida',by:an I in the bill requiring them'to ie, used for commercial' provision the Santa Fe,Kivcrj. : .. ., ferry.across, .the Suwannee River, >at or fiftsrthfi War+* IfcMt,fi'x

asioitwa t adtlex4siiaet' tin p.bn';lniindi'In'''alterttatasod thaw'water pmilegei,are owned by the State,they.should purposes.If ,I jhjnk, An act to ,repeal an act; .eutitt-?an act- authorizing road tax in 'rhic1a, was read the first_r ti* rul waived,.'rMPti* Moed
aid in the conitaL' Hemando county ; and third times -
1k.! ._ ahama 10 by its title,aud to* .
.
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put
ttpoa j l .
'Gc f L 1 bt't 4I#.;;"" oct &fa '17;)9: ':'Hn\l -'be fiend as: the) demands of commerce,require ,their use, mid the fund An aetJIU'tbr: .define) ,the.duties.of-Probate.: .Cqurti:in thj*State; the. vote w1 .: .,: .4Yeast.Mr .';.u."
.. L' i q i mmt ri -;* .- .7"S7' :' I :'bs'nWforme benefit of the'whole instead of few fortunate I
.1ra" -- '. .thiu.A: ; 4 tIme; ->,,and:put upon.fto passage", upon, ; "which. .. Av.... lot) holder f people __ a An'act'to authorize George Bell, a niinor. to assume.thtj.management ;.Spskr, .K...... Arnaa,B ttuar, 'l:1i.: : .._ :. .... '
.., .f'\trri.T-- ; t r- .i .
of his "
estate
.t"Co
''t i own ;. Cjat.t sh a;Fon.n. ;PrfDt:8e'ttI .aiuaI H ;
I.I-. ... .. l"
I ;H'w.'' .. ".-'K Biaddock;;- BfokWBuf11 t.,. u. thisbiU< ?sk .nqJ only to appropriate:: : certain property ownedLyth ..... I An act to authorize James.W, Bryfen)t to establish; .a Ferry acJ"OHj., ftaotoO"Bo1 'iOi 3, Hulj.3 '1rtQ II.w.. i li ltf .
'' antp LL .
whole,people to the benefit of,ceTtam'pTpperty.holders m our ,' .: .. .. ...
the Johns ( '
St. !
River I.
.C ':.ta" 'I ''Dt>a t ,fiF nS&M; i' 'i't' Ii}t, 'f" Piikiiu1:2'endSlinitheisdJ. : -. ::1', .. i1', t ."r )' f
but'lt erotiraoesan overflowed f land l on' the \ .. .JI&: '
'lying .. .
cltifis '
r' Fe'
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Jowna .
5t Abu An dame of the te of Manatee N. "U ; ,
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to lB' TJ. '
"" 1i fif it iJI; ')f n.. U-.NJ > ---j-ui.- act 'ehangejthe county county'An \ ";; : ..:ir' ... '::if::'''' ,n. .;J.
.
A ( 'ittFeama arfh*'I Bute Under its provisions, our river. hottaost aat.os i .al the law in to Auctioneers in this go .- '
... ...r.-.M.,?. F regard ,tate ; the biI1 I.. ;f ; "f1 fir' :.
.") t '7f,17. ., Joonstoo' Smlihsoa arid r' ttot ;t.r tbe valuable oftbeSWQp Landdooation;would palm.erleb i! An act to protect'the inhabitants'of DOTS!.cope!:':frora'fritnjtians," :Ota't t tile tptm h'a. to'!.' .7t.r! ; .
t. n.<5oa5asi:0eak, I&gw,: '. : 'and .". *. .
: tho
land holders -
.... ; ; +out o iccaUorj to adjaofnt our magnificent 3\t ,
,i .. :tp 'i d \\.1t. ; ; J1S.iJeJ'I. ,tbe8MwiMay; On' motion; i" 1 ":r-.. ,,:
1he'bOttu : + :-; ; i /and, reliedjupon to secure the construction. of our great system: r. Resolution tof thf.relief of J, W. Bryant( ; Th, HOUM adjourned aatd; eidi ttq'a;dselr' k yt JlJ
,, '
.reduced value
Ordered of Aa} roads,,would be mu0k In I I'
that the satire be certified Ie the Senate. f ,

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: : rtnrfp.t mrs of iye. structure Company necessary'the aoioun t 'crolS. of from one hundred theWest, thousand side of the dollars Nassau for river the ;; i lt : .l.lm 'quirer. the'beoign.MuelJp. : 'r 'r upon.thefollowing t i. After the isrni __ o:1&,18.: .
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t the 0
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'tq'Ame1iaIsIandiznder eertificatcsof the State Engineer that the : r Cno
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h\ 1ta \; fiwoAhadjbeeif completed'in a sqbstai&al. awf vpfdrkmaniike'manner. ; : -TraJVUtfT&nstiihfsjunnr ho ao a ld ; r Scott rtUo
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: T f1 |! ." Subsequently on.the .9th of 8tpteri>b'er3st, onthaycertifljcate : : -t t. ''. o or th c nt.m. fo\Ja took .r
h .' -s r, |, :of tbfc Stale Engineer that leb toilet o.f. Jne road had-been gra- .f': .- fj.'I p. e'. !1', apIJic Pe that
;:.f ; 1 e Pr d 1sge.- an frIC4 ** <
I. ;bonds ( ,
t. ," ,' ig' -R"1', '' ,feted and the cross-flea1'thousand furnished dollars, additioWl'jnnmbtfxo i tov,enable, Sa kdY; ; 2 t1N', u( ubl.h ci % a$% Hint i it hid* n 1 de m.by
; TALL1IA! 5.20th, 1850.Ho amounting to eighty were/-guaranteed/ ve Northern Courts 'na, .number-r .4T
( '"- the to tho iron for.this portion of the admirable sentiments of thd cu At tho
H. V. SXEIA company procure necessary
of ihe of the Constitution
road, and I have the satisfaction of stating that we have since been The presence of the Christmas holidays Democratic journal, the Syracuse (X. Y.) ujoption ,tre,r
? Speaker of the House of Representatives: advised that the iron has been Inid on these ten miles and that the will account for the meagro amount of readingmaUertiji State exceptouo. rth, ,slavcboldiog;! ." "

SxIwhtrausmither. port of the "Trustees of the Internal work the remainder is As in' the case Couiier : In the Convention, ( the .
rapidly progressing.
on f.1' this issue-- i it. ApOQ
: ; I't : iI AND SOUTH. CtMi1 !tiihth
NORTH
Fund the Reports of their Treasuier t THE
Improvement accornpaniea by TiE
authorized
the Tallahassee Railroad Company, so in this, the Trustees I 1
: and Salesman.: From the report of Treasurer, it will be seen that their Treasurer to purchase forly-fiye thousand dollars of bonds I Thanks to the lion. D. L. Yuleo and lIon. Friends and fellow-citizens Providencehas .. for twenty year and,t j there is in his hands bonds>nd other obligations drawing interest, the; l'l'A lot together one people. This ,1 tht intention' onlle amn : -
; !K at ninety cents, believing that no' injuryiconld thereby result to E. Maxwell, for Tnluble.publIc document ct our D e laifr
one handred and fifty d"sixhundr and twelve ($h0tL. i trtst fund, hut that an impulse would be given to the operations of' ,' ; 11 1 u i Union has made us powerful, safe, and ret* e tIke' arJlnO6 rOrrerA1oI
05.1 )) !! .a1ld.iive. ceflts, exclusive of .interest, and the sum often r J the company which would facilitate the final completion of the -. I peeled the world over. We have prospered .eltrt p :

thousaod three liuadred and 70.lOOdolIars, (SIO,300 70-100)) incash. j, work. II The Legislature' by the adoption; "of a joint I Ii underirbeyond example or preen-1-- y."eUn -.I .a u --
: We shall continue we iays,#i *gro coin withnaTurahzation -
-I Early afterlhe organization of the Board, the Trustees, in pro- stands ; '
pm.proua
f The report of the salesman shows a balance in his hands in bonds t!i ceediug to discharge that portion of their duties which relates to the I:i resolution adjournd to-day. I: despise our own merce is no reason papers tom another&at, ., he shall

taken on account of lands sold, of eighty-two thousand two hundred ; sale of the lands, considered it best to conform to the rules which Senator. j I why we of should wage I per- not be wbp bt it doe*, not reeognhW*
and (ortJ'-ei ht..2S.100 ($82,248 28-100)) dollars, and the sum of had been established by the Slate, and accordingly they resolvedi 1 United States I: petual warfare against the South. They have him a r. the master rrj.j. .

; two thousand, one hundred aud sixty-five 3" -100 ((82,165 32-100)) i that the Internal Improvement lands (as contradistinguished from j The lion Stephen R. Mallory was reelected 0 not wronged us, but have faithfully fulfilled I slave into I State wLr threrj does not tx-

dollars in cash; making in the aggregate in cash and bonds, the sum ; the SVamp land,) should be sold in the same manner and under the fb the United States Senate en Wednesday I their part of the stipulation of the national i| ist and the slave daehnrgedby1oej

of two hundred and fort '-five thousand, three hundred and t\vent- same terms as were authorized by the State laws previous to the last, receiving thirty-eight of the fifty compact. Have we done the same towards ''law, and then takes Mm back t n
six:35.1 00 (82-15,326 35-10d) dollars. In addition to this sum, there I! passage of the act vesting them in the Trustees. Subsequently I them ? Should the Black Republicans get where slavery eatabD. the laite;S. nt .

is a claim for reclamation agiinst the Rt'deral" Government for Swamp I! on the 5th day of December, 1855, for reasons appearing satisfactory .I votes cast on joiut ballot. I into power, they would instantly repeal the II bound to enforce t lw at" State
? and overflowed lauds s between the date of the grant and that of : to the majority of the Board, the price of such of these lands as The name cf Col. M. A. Long had been I i i Fugitive Slave }law, or so amend it as to render I or exact the foreiture impoved. er f

the confirmation to the Stale, for an amount not yet adjusted, but 1 I; are shunted in Levy nnd Alachua Counties, was increased one hun- I by his friends energetically connected, be it inoperative.In i that I slave was* emancipated by 'a deni

which may' be safely estimated, c1uding sales for cash and land war I dred per cent., and of the remainder throughout the State fifty per." fore the caucus, with tho office, as much on either case they would deliberately vio- I in a free State.

rants, at the sum of one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars, I, cent. ;i account of his fearless and-devoted championship [ late a stipulation of the Constitution, deemed ; I; had ben decided everwhr that th*

making total, of over four hundred and twenty thousand dollars, i It soon became apparent that some action should if possible be I :, so important by the South that wihout it the mere temporary te master ia .'
which is;and will be at some early day, applicable to thc purposes had by the Board for the disposition of the Swamp lands, inasmuch I of Democratic principles as his acknowledged I Union could not have been TIls is : nou-slavoholding State did not enwncipaU

o/lhe trust. I as many of them, valuable only for timber, would be rendered un- ability and undoubted patriotism.But :' a matter of history, and cnnnot be gainsaid. I the slave. He referred to the
The estimate of the State's selecting Agent i is, that including the I saleable by the trespasses which would probably be committed up- .II fortune favored his competitor Mr. Mallory i I i Tht deliberate and continued violation of one : of Illinois, which he understood Constitatol

Everglads, the Swamp and Overflowed land granted to the State, ,I on them. It was, however, impossible, owing to the condition of .I!;; who, without intending to reflect upon :, stipulation of a covenant,is virtually a breach ded t interdict the li.latr from wa Ie
will amount to at least sixteen million ((16,000,000)) acres. Of this the selections and to tho want of confirmation ol the larger portion : tho of other of the whole. How much better to live up establishing .lver w
l ability, integrity or patriotism t
amount, eleven million three hundred and fifty-nine thousand nine of them, that any immediate step could be taken for their sale, and I to our engagements until honorably discharged transitu .Iae.. the case of M. af
hundred and fifty-eight acres have been selected, nine million five gentlemen in the State, is, in our opinion, setU Ames the slave reVasedTbTh ho
!; hence the offering of these lands was delayed until January last, i from them. As friends the South are invaluable vs. was *
hundred and eighty-one thousand six hundred and nine acres con when they were made subject to entry at a dollar nnd qrinrter per eminently fitted for the plac3. to UJ As enemies they could do f beas corpus, not by the IAW of the

firmed to the State, and nearly seven millions patented. The work ;i acre, upon the same terms as were prescribed for the sale of other : He has been a firm, untiring and uncom- ;l us vast mischief, in various ways. Wars between I So in the case of Ilno; there h SlW"physical .

examination, confirmation and patenting, has been progressing at lands. In determining upon the price at which these lands should :| promising advocate, exponent and defenderof i us and them would be as frequent and I legal or compulsion sgsioM a
Washington City in a mostsatisfactory acted between
j be s 'ld, the Trusteos, upon suggestion some Democratic and if I' as bloody as
entertained that nearly the entire list of our selections will be approved would sell principles; consistency, I both sections would be He thought when the
were fully worth a dollar and quarter, and readily at that Tribes. In short, nan question was exam-
,( and patented at an early daJ.I I I! pric and that as the most valuable passed out of their hands by earnestness and long years of devotion to the I i important sense, undone. The Union inod, precedents could be adduced, recognb.

The Tallahassee Railroad Company has provided for the interest sale, the price would be reduced and thus by a gradual reduction ;( principles and interests of the Democratic !i cannot be maintained by'force, as proposed ing the right of Congress to -vstabll, Mani-

',' that will be due on their bonds on the first of January, and as that !i each grade would bring its corresponding value, while no part would I party constitute any claim for political pre. I I by the Black Republicans It must be voluntary cipal Government in the Territories bat d..
; Road has now been finished and is profitably employed, will doubt4 its real worth which in all likelihood would the of mutual kindness nied that there had been
i be sold for less than ; ferment and honor, no man can urge such | ,- result resi any judicial decis
less ontinue such provision, adding thereto the sinking fund requiredby I have been the case if an average price of the whole had been adop. : claims with motives than Mr. Mallory. I i pct, and good will. Every offensive wor ion allowing them to go beyond. It was a
purer
law.I :': ted. The sales which have already been made would seem to justi. I wanton accusation, every remarkable fact that every attempt to ..
invite the attention of the General to thi Endowed with fine intellect he
respectfully Assembly : by nature a late '
!! fy (the course which has thus been pursued. brotherly kindness, manifested by one section on slavery was made not under the
suggestion of the Trustees on the subject of additional legislation to j\ I would suggest that the Trustees feel their powers inadequate) to I I has improved it by study and discipline, and t of the country towards another, is a Constitution, but under the preteo! of a com

enable them to protect the lands embraced in the trust from depredation 1 protect the lands under their charge from trespasses, and deem it a I 1 ranks at this day as one of the most effective I blow aimed at the Union of the States. And f pact. The act of 1798 and other Was not

and waste. The present law is deemed wholly insuilicient for fit occasion to bring this matter to the attention of the (;
the purpose.. i Fenibly, to the (.nd that they may enact such laws as in theirvis- has been Jbclched forth by Northern presses !. nn exercie of commercial power.. In fact
: Very. respectfully, 1 dom may be doomed sullicient, for'the purpose. I Like his> distinguished colleague, Mr. Yulee, I and pulpits within the past five years What those very acts recognize ,the, existence of

'.. '" .' JAMES:: E. BROOM i Very icspcclfnllv, &c., in all the positions he has ever occupied, : misrepresentations What uncharitableness! slavery by local laws and protect it.

.:,'' .: ,> ':1 '' j| ::i. D. PAPV, public or privaty, ho has proved himself equalto : Why, there is not a foreign nation on the lie gave a history of the Missoort Con

T.4.LUH\I, DJ.l la, 1S5G. I i Sccr< lary Board f Tru.ilcts. any emergency or contingency that arose. face of the earth that we have treated half to : promise, which was agreed to only' under
i i. Wo : badly within the same period. All foteign I the pressure of circumstance, to enabfe the
with
entire
His Eicclhncy JA-E' E. BUOOMK, I; Tm-\l'RY OrncK, f are pleased our representa- nations put together have not een subject to admission of Maine. He thought the South,

(Joccrnor of Florida : \i TALLAHASSEE, Noy. 1st, 1850. $ ton in Congress. They have attained hon a tithe of tho abuse which has '}been heaped there being no time for discussion, rrm.

I SIR-For the information of the General Assembly, I have the i His Exiellcneu.Otl;: V. BKOUMK: orable positions in the }history 1 of their coun- upon our brcthtr of the South-our compatriots :: dered it for the sake of peace, without eoosidcrLg -

honor to communicate 10 your Excellency. following statement |I Guvcnwr of Florida : i-; try. : who have stood by us shoulder in ; the question on the ground of iu

of the action of the Trustees of the Intern: !improvement Fund : I i SIR : I have the honor to herewith submit, through you, to the I __.___- t every war, and who are ready to stand by 1 constitutionality. lie then entered into 'a -
Under the law to pro\"ie:: for and encourage a liberal system of ;I General; .Assembly my report as Treasurer of the Board of Trustees !!i Mn. J. )h- ,J.u.t, portrait painter ot'i ; us to the death. The South has not changed long argument in favor of squatter sovereignty -

Internal Improvement in this St te, approved Jnnusry, 1S55, which :1 of the [Internal Impovcmonl Fund, commencing April 10, 1855. (the ;i i ilistinguiahed merit i is sojourning in our city, its relations to Slavery since the Unionwas i stating that in it the people were resist' -.

constituted the Governor, Comptroller, Treasure i, [Register of Pub: 1 : lic Lads and, Attorney General Tiusfees of the Internal Improvement i ns Troasuier of the State,) and ending October :31, 1 1850.Very : It is the North that has changed. I is these I omnipotent power legislation, and:conten
Fund, these officers met on the 18th day of January, 1855, to It respectfully, attention to all commands with which : Back Republicans who are making war ding that nothing could be found in.the Constitution

consult and nJ-iS'c:1s to the duties which were thus! imposed on Your ob'dl serv'l, '1 he may be favored. He presents spec'men on partners, whom they have vowed up J or decisions of the Supreme Court

them and as to the best manner in which they could be discharged. I, C. H. AUSTIN, i I of rare excellence, and warrants to give entire i love and chers. It is they who are sowing conferring supreme and 'anlirnited; power

In view of the importance of the interests confided lo the pi, and of ; Treasurer of the Board (f Trustees of the In!. Imp. Fund. ;' satisfaction. Call and see him. di heart-burningb all over the lover the Territories on Congress

the necessity kepping regular records of their acts, it became obvious i I i -_ land, which it will take years, if not centuries t t lIe denied that the people of the'Territories -

that a regular orgimzalion into a Board, and the appointment It had escaped us until now, that Col. D. ; to heal. ; had power to set up any government

of officers discharge the varied duties incumbent on them, was essential i SALESMAN'S REPORT. !i Pittmnn, a distinguished Democrat of West they please; so also was it incompetent inI
to the fulfilment of the requirements of the law. Ac. I Congress to impose them
proper FOR FLORIPIAX.Mr. I i upon any govern.
Florida had been been the Electoral TiE I
appointed by
I
cordingly the Board was duly organized, and at a subsequent day 1 Thu/or-The following ticket for In- menteJ1 legislation by Cougreu DOlt.
rules and regulations were adopted requiring the election of a Presf- ST-\TJ: RKCISTKU'S OKI-ICE, Decembi-i 1C, It'5ttGUY. : I College of this State to convey the vote !I I have reference to their,admission"on an_equal

. -q dent. Secretary Salesman of Land and Treasurer of t'.e Board, and J"\ t1s E. BKOOMC, i to Washington.I tendant and Councilmen is suggested to the 'I i footing wick other Stales. Alniding to the
- assigning beach the duties properly devolving on them.Tu Preset. : oard of Trustees Inf. Imp.] Fund, i I -- (- ____ voters of TaHnhasse as fit and proper to bo I I fact of all the States assisting in forming die

< President is required to preside at all meetings, to sign all orders SIR-In compliance with the request of the Board made HII the :; State Officers. elected, combining as it does the requisite tal.I Constitution( being slavebolding! except'one,

of the Board for the payment of money, to sign the minutes of : 12th inst., I have lo stale that from the Gth January, 1855, to No- ;I! The following named gentlemen have IJI : ent and experience, besides give I he said they having provided for the contiha'
each meeting and to perform such other duties as may be requiredof vernber 1st, 185(1( I sold of lands belonging to the Internal Improvement go'enrent ance of the slave trade for twenty years, i ift
j re-elected as State Olficers. This is a high : ing to portion of the city a representative -
him. : Fund, 44,474.10-100 acres, producing in cash 821,778.05, and c'er. I could not be that they intended to deprive
The duty of ihe Secretary is declared to be to record the minutes .: S10U32.07} in bonds. ; compliment to the efficiency and integrity t in Board. On insertion ort J any portion of the people of the uso.o r tern

cf the Board in a book to be kept for that purpose, and to counter- Balance, cash on hand Jan. Gth, 1855, 8 482.17 which have characterized their administrative in your columns will oblige : tory obtained by the arms and money of all-

sign the minutes-to attest all orders of the Board for the payment !Received in cash, being 1st payments for duties.F. MANY VOTERS. ; the people, or subject ihjm to the arbitraryuse F-

of money-to keep regular accounts shewing the amounts of all orders land, 21,778.05 ;; L. \ ILLiI'HViecICtar: : )' of State, M. I of it. .

,drawn by the Board, stating the particular heads of payment I U on bonds, 31,851.22 D. PAI-Y, Attorney General T. W. BRKAUH For Inteiidant I Congress has 'omnipotent power ovei1'
to write such correspondence as may be necessary to be carried on ; interest on bonds, 209.40I I the Territories, there is nothing to prevrnt
1 bJ"the Board, and to perform such other duties as may be requiredof I -$- ,324.-11 \' Comptroller, C. H. .\nrnx, Treasurer I; Dr. G. TROUP {.XWELL : their making any man therein i a slave. Ha

him. Dli'\nCR'iF.n. WM. SCOTT, Clerk of the Supreme Court, ; For Couticilsien, I could not suppose that such a thing ever entered *-
The Salesman is required to sell all lands vested in the! Trustees, j Paid over to Treasurer, 852,101.08 -, to fiJ!} the vancancy occasioned by the resignation !, I the nvnds; of the framers of the Constitution
: P. B. BROKAW, R. A. SHINE,
under such rules and regulations as may )be established by the Board "fllr Stationery: 48.04 of Mr. Savage. jealous as they were 'of 'le islalnre
: F. H. FLAOG.
-to keep acd'presene a11! books, maps, charts, papers, documents I:i u" appraising lands, 10.00 I _. r H. BERRY, Dr.W. R.HAYWAItD. I power, and successfully as they resisted ,it,
and evidence appertaining to or concerning the said lands-lo pay 1 Balance on hand, 2,105.32 : Wo have received the first number of the ; G. l MEOnS. :'I and they were not the men to enact 'upon
ihe Treasurer received all j ..-$51,324.41 I l PHILIP T. PEARCE .H. T. BLOCKER. the continent the oppressive claimed
.lo as soon as moneys received by him Times" a neatly printed and sprightly paper -- power
from time to time for or on account of the lands vested the Trustee i: Bonds on hand, January Gth, 1850, 873,169 83 I i by the Parliament England. Adjourned.
published} Pensacola. Success to the : Arrested.
?, taVing a receipt therefor. I received since 40,932 G7

The Treasurer is required to receive all moneys which, by the enterprise.: ,t F- Green B. Dixon, who killed Messrs. Bishopand The New Orleans Bulletin says that ". .
of the Board to be Making, 8114,102 50 I -- I large number of citizens of Louisiana, same
are him
to
rule required paid! over or which by The last Sentinel Morris, and made his escape, was arrested
'. special order he may be required to receive-to pay out of said rnoneys Deduct cash received on Bonds as above : alluding to a recent political i I of whom are in good circomstancv* J are preparing
such orders,as may from time to time be drawn upon him by direction stated, 31,851 22 : discussion in the Senate, in which Mr_ I by a party gentleman, on Sunday last to emigrate to Nicaragua i It ,er-

of the Board, provided such orders be signed bv thc Presi. i Myrick, K. N., arfd Messrs. Eppes and Lamar near Clay Landing, in ladI80l County, and I presses fears however,'that these- eua rauti

: dent and countersigned by the Secretary-to keep regular: accounts I Balance on hand, November Ibt, 185G, $82248 28 : Democrats, participated, would convey I brought to this place on Thursday, and lodged I I will not find Nicaragua to be the parat&9

of his receipts and payments, which shall at all times be subject to I My reports to you of Xo,.. 1st, 1856, stated that I had sold of ; the impression that the first named gentleman i I in jail. Wiley Thomas, who was pro. which fancy paints it While! it think that

."- the inspection of the Board-to invest the moneys in his hands in Swamp Lands, from 23d January, 1856, to November 1st, 1856, 1 : nounced by tho Jury of Inquest to the best class of emigrants- are 'tbosr who
obtained decided the accessory '
such manner and iu such securities as the Board may from time to 36,338.53-100 acres, producing in cash $$15,326.98.109, nnd in a victory, placing two have slaves, and'who go Jo till the groaod,
time direct. lie was also lequired to give a bond payable lo the bonds 83305243100. This is an error. The sentence should latter in positions of discomfiture. We apprehend the deed, was likewise arrested at the same it warns them that great care will be reqoir

President of the Board and his successors in the penal turn of fifty have read thus: I have sold of the Swamp Lands, which were : our neighbor has committed an error time and placed is also in jai.-JrzdisO ed to preserve the health of the slaves, especially

thousand dollars, conditioned to discharge his duties faithfully, with !, brought into market on the 23d January, 1856, 31,848.07.100 acres i in this statement, for we are creditably I Messenger. I t untl the' process acclimation ii
securities to be approved by t e Board. at 81.25 per acre, producing in cash l5,32i.)8-100( ) and 827,304. I informed that Mr. I Ii r completed. The climate may tt&tt prove tin
Myrick, notwithstanding
c' In considering bow and by whom these several offices should be 80 in bonds." In the statement of bonds on hand at that date, the Gen. Winflcld Scott. most fatal obstacle .to the trajiuotiojr| ofAmerican

c- filled, and as the 'appointing the Trustees clearly contemplated amount should be ((882,218.28)) eighty-two thousand two hundred i his inflated efforts to parry the well directed From a letter of John Van Burn, read at i alavery into Niearaggagath.

," expense in the management and sale of these lands" and authorized and fortJ.'ight 28-100 dollars, instead of 888,715.01. The error I blows of his equally skillful adversaries was .ing white emgratioo tile, ,'sajr.-
r the Boston Democratic Banquet, we 6
the payment thereof the Trustees determined to make the I occurred in copying. driven to the wall, from which ho extricated lear In regard to white! coeutz

t ; from their own number, as well because there would appointments be j Respectfully, I I himself by the frank acknowledgment that the that,.in the late Presidential canvass, .Scott, agree in declaring emipAn.1Oth

greater facility and despatch in business, as because the duties could j D. WALKER[ Register, 4(. Know the great soldier of our day, victorious overall utmost regularity : '
I
I
Nothing party was a humbug ; an organization
baperoiwed at a less compensation, than if the appointments were i II the enemies of the country, and only defeated I in eating and ,drinking will enable them to
M I so contemptible that he ceased to withstand the debilitating'effects'of'the tropical -
otherwise made. Accordingly they selected out of their num- Which was read. when arrayed against its (friends, !
,,.bsr,.aJSalewnan at a salary of six hundred dollars a year-a Treasurer On motion, ordered that 1000 copies of the message and accompanying I have any connexion with it, and sustained its gave heats' acting upon the rank 'vegetation
I the of his to the Demo : '
name
at a salary of five hundred dollars, and a Secretary at a salary documents be printed for the use of the House. I nominees in the receut canvass beeause solely, i ii weight great which everywhere abound
of'ourJiuudred, dollars. These several amounts were considered but : cratic cause. The Democratic muster.rol
t I of their opposition to the Democracy. The oThe alaim certain
occasioned
ajast compensation for the services which had thus been required of I i for 1856, for the first time has inscribed on at
American champion of the Senate also admitted '
w.tbfie officers,by the rules of ihe Board, and less perhaps than they HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. I I it together the great names of Jackson, Clay points in distant States by vrgue' rumors(
be obtained for"under other circumstances. I I that henceforth there would be but two insurrections widen and asa
negro ampUflet
.ci9iiIa and its the .
TUESDAY December 23, 1856. i and Webster, cause upheld by united -
?. iVithin the time prescribed: the fifth section of the net of Gth parties in the country, Democratic and Black of those Mec. natural result. South Carolina and Virginia
of the
jJanuary.1&5, r rcfened to, the Trustees were duly notified of ihejftflLaccenlance The following message was received from His Excellency the Republican, and should the former present a efforts possessors are now included) in the area of appre-
of the provisions of the said act by the following Governor : reliable man in 1860, he thought he would i iI cas of American devotion, the Hermitage, o
bension. Of the Alexandria 'Vir
: I EXECUTIVE ClIAMBluU Mnrsbfield !" rumors at ,
and
kTRjtilroad Cbaipanies:' The Pcnsacola and Georgia Railroad ) Ashland
him. Now if tho Sentinel claims thisas
't j opj: | inyrjTljc; Florida Railroad d Company, The Atlantic and Gulf TALL.UIASHEK, Dec. 23, 1856. j IHov. I support ginia wo are happy .to.see that, though main
II. V. SXKLL a Know Nothing victory, ho will excuseus The construction of the for without
sicoattaiiinIrpidCompany; ; and Tallahassee. Railroad Company. f towers ly foundation, proper prcoaatiooary
or On the I7tli January last, on the application of the Tallahassee Speaker of the House of Representatives : if we liken him to tho fellow, who when the suspension bridge over the Ohio at Cincinnati measures were instantly taken. The Rich-

Railroad Company, and on being furnished, .with tho evidence required Il SIR-I respectfully) submit the following nominations for the ad. emerging from a fight with both eyes gone, is progressing. The towers, which mond Whig abates; that a tIegrapoe! dc ateh

by law, the Board resolved, endorse their guaranty on the ; vice nnd consent of the General Assembly : vociferates well, boys, I have come out second boih foundations are now laid, eighty-six by reached Goremor! viSe on 8amliy'iaorDfcg
; Bonds of said company amounting to one hundred:and twenty thou. For Santa Rosa .County. best how."
f tlc*aud dollar, 'beuig.al tjie rate of eight! thousand dollars per mile for I Auctioneers Joseph Mitchell and L. M. Rowley. any fifty-two feet at the base, will be two hun from Alexandria, for arms, ,which' wen'seat

fifteen miles, and on the 2d July last thirty thousand,dollars bonds \ For Cadsden County. 0-::: The sugar crop of Louisiana, says an dred and thirty feet high, and one thousandand by express the, .same_ :evening._ .'-:, _<.- -'

l I, {or the purcb.iseOftlieneccssary.equipments, were guar- i I will not reach six feet, The cables will be anchored miss.
;; #.anlce3,*being at the rate of txvo'thousand dollars per mile for fifteen i Auctioneers-D. L. Kenan Joseph McMillan, Samuel Gee. intelligent planter, 100,000 apart fJ:3-: ; The steamer Jasper, Capt TII,arrived
three hundred feet back each side
on
For Sumter' .! hhds. I think it will be between 75,000 and hero on IastSunday morning.wjtii.Qen-
r 4'. jJ .i3t-hb, .U .- .j-i.-i.4uru S. : County. the river the of'the towers
of
"' b r,aoptoer- apj4ealipn;; i1'pnad for our guaranty up. Auctioneer-Cameron Kyle. 100,000. In 1849 Louisiana produced 226 pass over tops eral Harney.and suite.: The GenersTUon, '

7. naizsuedbywd-coupanytr(tiK;purchase of ihe rail,spikes, For Hamilton County. 000. hbds., of 1000 Ibs. .each.. and thus be made to sustain the weight of the. :>' tour otjnpeation 'to.Yae >ft! "
&cJF Hi e remaining JVro'&Qd!:three quarters'tniles, hnd the guaranty i V ," .* \> bridge. The. entire span will therefore be paratory to active operatfon 1VffsiSi 1Jti tt
Auctioneer W. S. Purviance. stated'thst duns. He visited the -rO .M
t waV accord fagiy given for ftriy-five thousand dollar TEIEGRAPH TO CUB .-It is ,sixteen hundred And sIx feet-a little short of posts at >a

: it p j4& Hlkojily! : granted! ')y. y.f he.j second,section-of the act oft For Waktilla County. 'i'"...:; parties )have been for ,pome time,in .correspondence one third of a mile. The elevation of tho the first part of the week and W.returned here d

fSS5i hvcs the 1)lUStflQflSIU" stocks of the United Slates, .Auctioneer. Geo.: G. Holt. : 'j, wiih.the .Cuban Spanish authorities floor at the' middle above l low-water\ markwi again that flags I yesterday of, trace; morning.:hare ,been hot pN"t l.4 tht

t., 4&psp14c.zevera1t&Les, or)the Internal! Improvement! dads i is- : 'of." : i* For St.. Johns. Cuttnly" .-' >:,> ;" for: .the privilege of laying telegraph be one hundred and twenty two feet- different posts and "thioogh: ,:.

cE.tlj''p'rorauou. pf gala net, 1fab the Trustees s directed d'' their of' '' Auctioneer-George. Zebnbaucr. Y: .t. line'betxve'cn Cuba and the United States. It great flood of 1832-the highest on record" the purpose of calling.io.ihe fa4iap '.ltl i
; I Bono's
.rti ,a1r& l ui .bi"r.p nely'9f.r.tiir ... ,.. ; f Tla rose sixty,two feet above low water ;
i.tf, > >> For Escambia County. desired to have talk with
; a a. I"911"a Ij proposed, to"lay,A cable from tho point a
p 1 9If1S; IJ, fo a.kl ; ory.fiiousfln 8, ; ; pf ,and, 'making ,allowance.ven for thisJhere the.'faibl
.. Jjd smLinnLI coup n.lT and Commissioners of Pilotageose'phW'ilkinsy R. iUr oks, Sable the ..extreme : bnpg Jhem' (ItoUrm.
t-i1Lwv L4 111./1'.cq1i.4lie ; on Cape, Southern poijitofFlorida ,will remainsixty feetvbchJ i Mi considerably fr
'.?* .w-v'J J White John Gi,FeH. J teQeraLtii.-.nMMrnliHf teth*J fr -
ft Leonard Thomas } J. ; ; i:
Vf. Samuel'A. ,
1 h rfij s ft l1 :rr nsa.
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to Uavaua-thodistace: beiogaJhtIe than wilt be rot
6 e&I i7c{ q .W!:: ..j 1Grf ff i j : ; ** ; more required bhightstamboatpipeson ,
1i" pfai 1.M'd. h' Port WardefTs ChesteV:P. Knaftf, -Henry'F.Ingrain,'Stephen CGonzalez. ; r ptAl Ia .t/J.P 6IrJ.1 ;'
; lffl l"a.J.'Fr'1 i' .' 'oJ:' .:,. ':nma1d.NF Manuel Palmer, Henry Johnson. *,*"*- > -,-P> 'bv'er seventy"'miles--about 'tie"-same'stretch' <. : thejjver. I k -.. 04 :
,
nUL "ec J.llt/J"ct' i' .' n."" ''.'I Jira l, Qn'.t', ,'.!E tAlicifoti :,t.tA. -joVy'YMwtra... ; 'M.P.D/E.. .' Riobo, Stephen C.1 ':as.' ihfuVacro83sthe*" .* "" .'"C fiulf. ,< of,I.'St.', 'La...,rne..'" ( u: .L.---i 7YHI4a .eii '.-- cJ3.! 'n1! mdf.itlro -
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:''..' .& ... J", tQ,1 ID OH' fll 1it.. ahd .ere- tUThfl2Y ."" :. '., o' .' .* r .1 _____.J. *. ---.-* > 0.c oon ,4ving b1lbtd" 'Ima .It.di-rt a.w. v .r'"l.
'.., ,b lr .i ; b.0 J, ,W. r.t-Jf 1 t. "C b r UlU (. .' For Franklin County.PorfWarden' : .'j 0-: : Mr. Van Burel, Samuel D. Ingram, in 178. VaYfer, d.J r y (or a..r rCiDCI .
Ill'J S 'tf i1' V. ? rI.T ---f.- 0 \I ,,..,- .- Erthn mar' V44 hio'i,1tf his se s0-zi
: : b h :1..lt' ':George'Rcugale.:' **' "and Baii 1 1N: ;n tncmbeyo J utrh, J Jv1 .te 1It1t J.S'iI
t : 0die f ) J '. irb 1 ili 'I"we1.e } i
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; ilti : ''JaJEI x ; 'SJ'ttl.L i 1JIltf5'i' A t'i/!'"' ,QetrArt.J UbYI&1 'J .Cm. nI Ji r.u.:Ja'' i.oi dlt iJ NQUBC ll ill
r.1 ; tWefnntained.1re
: T.; i4'Ji'Eta I.r Wstitrfi VVhjch ivjuft read, and.on mo ; ] .
dttLtJfaxfcounty
< .. ,t"l w i 'llf# t', ,III2d '" (,'dit.1 t tctdAUI 'uv 1'? 0'1 r t 1", I r"lls'ahE tNta! : 'a o' u4diid4i.tisestiniatedJrild ..h6ti.I..d
I In ieeuf#'! operation, we nave' ffifll it &I .nu tv. t- ', 'attlVfoi ; In i hj1 OOOO ,
eve ftl 't,191. djogd 'a"tnaii: a year linalegisltture, bnt it hs' yet. -
tlfecell
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welt "Df'lftf.l-I ,'h" .b.Pud. I. crt r L Oidered that the lame_ ,be ( itii. u feltr llt t 'fhcp'ov vel11., :' ***** ''* '
as I
rr .. dl'Kailroad *, 71 to I ,r1 M. :' I rlf"ttf' #t ;o1r ( a year. by thOPfor I.!" \ f &l
The Trustees 1..11.. .':.ra.t eil1 oyn 0 'or. unl"yal'i ,' o I IDt h I J JI ,j;r. fr .H h 815oO "t i., 1 I 9It. :. ,., '* t '

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Sovereignt/ ''_' TW.C of aemJflly ir N.Tritb '
Irftmttier .
2C&zs.vOle.lntter{ Qn ) Cla'DD"ft_ ...Aa4II'", '. .. tjr'., : ; ltntlfin'conanwjees oa the 20th of' Julr.adt and ', ('.Sffi.,.? 1t" ?# l', '., 'Vj'h., CW r",' "" 1 IIJ'.WJ.! "" .tt'1" 1.. "

d11 veebt1rhieh a.. t-A a 1'1ie J.rl Es&i .." .. < ,
gattOn fo-fr"Yirgt j s. .ff -
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rorthe '' .
t '4'JDn tb e J&tfr'bf febrnaff, atfd. eadx .{ 'fo'
thy
aredet r1"
ee>'lSL-In.the. Senate tO ..- :; the liberal pat e to.n. \ .' :-Otbof.1m1.t : -. i .: Jv ,"h.1 'THE'Eno. lori"tiw'witt dtbe. ," ri, ; '" .Ii': .t .'" :

diplomatic and Legislative, hope to be able to.-pp1.1,, 4. Hw a oank*pprw3riated to the lilirti trite*J the, *..;_#-ruaa..lf-0. ''I.;.; :,t. p is.: : -- +-p -- _.
jjjf t11e' .
I'kxeeotJre Appropriation Bills market. aDd ;11.. .. ;. withAdd.:. ''LWatere bfa1a; UU last$aaeion,1i :thed i; ffer for asks,jmtbofrhy,f ibe i I aMiia1 tiJ1PeOfJ: .. .., ,. : :' ,t tin1t.. ., r .
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Lamey in additional f"Thft ; 1opertr'kW "
expended building o
stock ofSUPERIOR erecting 011
House of R ,.will, therefore, be accommodations, at the beginning i ..1. A tract vf land eit *ted oa Black 7 acre. are. de". ". Dim..t1t1tintinftMd. : "J-njf! .J
r : .-The j QUALITY of the next term, for fifty Cadets',ia addhi.n to one- ham nmnty Oeorgfo/about 12 miles b :feowi. And there are? pq ,Ota ; iitya. 4pres .to ..- ,
(1OpttjJthe reeolu'inn in oj> > hundred and thirty, the number. 1 rand, from SnTlIt1ftaJi, containing 839 good ne \: .""atJ u'-IItl.IaIIJ.at'c. .. .
I.! : give f.Mi fa4ion to all who patronize them prtsent dwelhny7ff *t-boosea,.9 ift -r. ;
: 'refrn1 or tb, Blaue Trade, J bave some A No. 1 saddle horses may *me of the The course of studies, and systems of instruction as the Springfield PIAnt t* The good Urn gin-bo e and ereV. JQI Jf t'" 'r_ (I <. .
and discipline are modelled after the West Point plan lin of the proposed Chatkwton & PaUnIOO ll UflTh5dtP t !
sort. Thy no be fouod at P. B. Brokaw' ,lauds are sItuate > the IIut l1t".W '
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jot: !. : and Sale Stable. -the purpose being to insure to a young man a thoroughly portion of it has fbrnKrry been cul the road, leading% fromi Moutkello to I
-iG.Iu-tbe house i-daythe R.M. SCRUGGS. on public ;i u" & t'1' 411ps ,
JBRADFORD. eck'ntrfic tart practical edaeat.1". to develop IL A tract of land in Hsbersham Court How, tit eleven miles, from.Wad tiD&f"'O_. ..i, A. I 1.jJiJ p' .," JN
.Appropriation for the civil nnd \ his physical strength, and to teach turn-to be including the Dwelling House and The Rail Road -
We can be found at "Erokaw's Stable." punctual I and twenty from Mootfcello. ?
ere reposed. Ilie consideration 27, 1856. 52StI systematicindustrious and economical in his bab Summer Residence of the deceased being constructed from,Tallahassee to Jackson .
__ I i its. as Rockingham;situated about 3 miles the' .5l.
ribli'r e Tariff ha* bcett I and Savannah also puses through planta '
The Faculty consists of six professors, (all of them yule and about 25 miles from the fresh and level and of the first .
tton The Isuds 1\
are
rrstTusdY.in January.Dec.T t and Negroes I southern men.) The Superintendent, and the Commandant Gap Railroad. The tract contains and the plantation U believed to be on. of tn at of tlM iiames.- .
.. e President has pent I ISenate are graduates of the U. S. Military ACAdemy average upland of which about 40 ;. desirable in Middle] Florida. tern Georrja fr *d.and ;1'1oridiIa -" ,.
tbe nomination of Mr. j j In Florida. for Sale, I at "West Point. cleared and cultivated; the remainder i they visit Tallubaspee. to call aodexanSw tb pr" -*r--

es Chief Justice of t ON A LONG CREDIT. : Expenses for board tuition fuel lights and washing, with the ordinary growth of the ( -ALSO-- of our goods before Uvj pureLase cooMsting ki prt, ii .X

iTfirtocfcy, removed. | per term, in advance, fl2! SO I! ling House n large commodious I the same time and place] will be sold for Cash frllwwt: 9

Jua'eLPC0mP.< OFFER for sale my PLANTATION of 1 1 85 I Expenses. Surgeon fee, per annum f5 00 pair The site convaauda an extf'ns j SEVENTY VALUABlE SLAVES, Staple Dry Goo;! of every dctetiptko I *
lobi W. H. ,Underwood of ( | acres of Isnd. situated in Madison county, Middle For further particulars] or for a copy of the lleguJations I Blue Ridge Mountains. A fine j Boots. Shoes.;H.U, X*rrya. blaoktia, *a .. '>

elsobeefl' nominated as Judge of j six miles from Madison Court House, and of the Institute apply to Col. A. V. BKCJCBV I near the Dwelling House. Ou the I ding one Carpenter and Blacksmith, oil a gvoJ. i 20.000 best Havana CIGA ." ;-"f

in Nebraska. the Railroad now building from Tallahassee to I Superintendent or to A.J. HANSELL, Kitchen ,,3tables Carnage House, I servant and lIl'am.stre5S. I Fine Groovrie French BrmnJk' -. .

Court has nlso sent to j i OD\'ilIe and Savannah. It has a rood dwelling Sec. of Board of Trustees. House, DrywellVater well nnd I -ALSO- Superior lfad ira;Portend Sberry'.Wa.
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Tie President i e. and abundant necessary out buildings iu good December C. 185C. 493mExecutor's House, all conveniently and About 6000 bushels Corn, SALT-A quantity bandeotd cheapfercu&Xf* rr-

for CCn5nnatSon the treaty Iri with 600 acres cleared and under fence, worth I I orchard orf the grounds contains a ; pounds of F .lder.CO GROCERIKS FUwr..Sojar. OdfecJtic r .
tt with Engtond in relation to I $15OOO. Salei""VVTILL rare fruit trees of various descriptions. ; 4' 20,000 bushels Seed Peas, Whiakeyevery thing to wit the'waaUcf the pewpi .- .

& affairs. 1 -ALSO- I be sold to the highest biJlcr.on the fourth! |i II I. The following tracts of land I 250 bead of Hogs, NOT.b. 186& 45 'J. .8..LWY ___
American T''f Monday next at the Town ofAlli- tract of land in Alachua county !I .', .
January :
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time -
extend the of filing j jf of U (0" Cattle.,
bill '0 : gamr CO Negroes most ot them and .
.\ onng Columbia section 10, 9, 19. .
gator, county, Florida] nil the Negroes, I as township rauge Wanted A
1 .1 14 Mules! ;
WOIking
debt one has j jWaller TKUNS: To au nppioveJ who] will '
Texas year pa purchaser The lies within 4 miles
( the the l.nd: and negroes entire, I will give 10 I II. Land and other property of John W. Lowe deceased, : acrts. tract I large Road Wacom, HIDES for which the cLrbest prioe:., J 1- ;
years Fernandiua and Cedar Railroad. 500
jjouse. k ; I. if consisting of four valuable Negroes SOO acres of land Il i Keys two.horse Wagon, i in catb or Menhaodu*
One
It desired follows The I light paid
as
of Alabama made a : purchase money to j l lying near the White in Hamilton 160 I! Three tracts of land in WnkuHa l1J..C
Spring county .
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Ox
pecured good Wagou, .
by B.mJ with good personal security. di .
number
Lot 360
IS containing
House to-day, in into % I acres lying near Columbus in Columbia county. i i Yoke of Oxen NOT.8, J 836.( 4&
.. j equal annual n&tJ.lme'.1tl bearing interest J 27, containing 360 acres, and of I 1 1"Lumb'ers'
J. TERMS mnde known on the day of sale. : part '
of Gm. Walker in '' : : j date at 8 per cent, nud mortgage of the Proper- 280 I One Lanier Mill, -
ASA A. STEWART containing acres.The ;
course ) I koz
I Blacksmith's Took,Farming Utensils, Ac. .
Tie iuteree on the whole to be
t sum paid annn- JONES.Ext rs. in Habersham i -
JAMES S. j property county the Lands and Slaves will be made by
title
President uc-anan. '! I together in Charleston with the instalment So. Ca.] falling due; and I II j I December 13, 1856. 50-tds ined by application to Alexander i to of the Northern District of Florida, tin TIT E hate'oahand.fiv or*, ,ttt\ k__ __,_.
Inpaid ,
I rifle: that in Alachua county by app T feet of good Ssj5osx Lruaxa of Ss
Sinee the flection the Black ( I property cnn be examined by calling on John I 50,000 Havana race Merry. Esq Micanopy Florida: !will nt decree be as and will unincntnbered.be advertised by him, and y trb5ehv ril! n delfrvred in ';every.L.I .4criptioo.
Segars.
discovered that Mr. Courtney now iu charge of the plantation and ap ; l.i county by application to iluj. good AUGUSTUS L. FISHER. Those wishing.u J\x can address ernat.nrviU.. '
repers hare : tlOn to lbe made to me at Statcsburg, So. Ca, I ALL persons who love to smoke good SEGA US '! hassee. I Bills sawed at short notice. : '
THADDEUS P. LANIER.Administrators .
is not only a very a'.le, but a very to W. E. Richardson, Suaiter, So. Ca.t find them together with nome choice Turkish '! For terms apply at Savannah]-, Ga IL df' AVIL: COMBS 4 CO.
of
talk in regard to him now not sold entire by 20th! of January next, I will I I and Spanish smoking TOBACCO* at the Drug liams, our of the Executors. 15 1856. Augustus 46-7w Lanier I Sept. 27, 185 S. '89 .- fI'\ b
Their the same at Public Auction on the premises on I Store of AMES & LIVELY. THOMAS[ M. BERRIEN ) .
wonderful contrast to :what they day; tIle negroes in families and upon a credit Nov. 29, 1856. 48 I! CHARLES. JENKINS, V ; Georgian &Journal,Savannah and Cliarlostcn I FALL MI ; "

2 and 3 years; secured as above. : ---.- -, --.------ __h,_ HENRY WILLIAMS, ) r will please oopy three lime a week for one i j
,
Here is t j
n ft'w"eck ago. a : I I : will also ofjf
bv a correspondent of the N. Y. on the Plantation, say: 10 or 12 good mules. 80 I I I ceiving. by expreM. thronghottt the season; ike .'. ,
him cattl, 3 yoke oxen, 100 head of hogs 2 to :3000 I j V1 TOS. *, "' 8 and 4-a superior artic'e for crushing : Executor's of Land and Negroes. latest and most fashionable styles of "
recently; visited : of corn, 15 to 20,000 bundles fodder 1000 JL 1 Corn and Cob->-constantly on hand and for sale, I i.at ,
"The first remark of a stranger hels peas cotton seed also 20 bushels of Owens I at manufacturer's prices. bvHOPKIJSS i SIX mouths after date I shall TILL be sold under a decree of Court on Wednes, PARIS MILLINERY, '
j and vouchers to the the 7th day January, 1857, at the Es Ribbons, Flowers and.Featbers 'also rtci MJel&Ni
Buchanan, would Island cotton eeed (pure.) 2 Gins, Bacon Pota & MEGIl' ISS. j day I' ; a
"
jn<* Mr. Slips Pindars, 8 or 10 Hogsheads Syrup. seed Nov. 29, 1856. 4143Executor's I Prubate for Jefferson County, as Plantation near Sandy Ford on the Aucill liiv of Dress Trimming, with a Tariff.'of Dress and
What a fine oU! English] Boilers] nnd a first rate cast iron Mill. Black. Johnson, late of said Countydec'nse 1 Hundred Negroes or so many thereof n. may Cloak Patterns. Bonnets, Dresses Cloak. H.ad-

had been introduced to him many Tools, Plantation Tools, House and Kitchen Notice. tli8mis iou nnd discharge ne such 1 for the payment of debts, and for dis Dresses to. made to order. Bonnets bleached pressed ;

at GacUb/E Hotel], Washington ; A LL creditors, legatees and persons entitled to 1 W.JAMES HIKES, belonging] to the estate of the late Col. and rbapes altered. Orders from &' toftttrr :

tftniew then vas of short to pay for all necessary paper .f-\ distribution in the estate of Henrv Saxon, deceased i November 22, 1856. Harrison deceased. Also one of the moat faithfully and promptly filled. The ladles of Tallahassee
-- ] Plantation in Middle Florida ]lying in Mad : and vicinity ari solicited to rail ] '. .
W. W. REES I nre hereby notified to exhibit the"same am rxamiac
of him for to the
I
time I kid jMsscfsion Statesbnrg, So. Ca. i undersigned Executrix within two from tins Notice. i iON i County. near Sandy Ford on the Aueilla River at the house knovtft as Mrs. Gir.rlft opposite ,tM"rH .
.
lemarls be made years i Fifteen Sixteen Hundred Acres of first _,if. II
One of the first 27, 1SS6. 52-4d i date, or the same will be b.urc.1] at the ext iration of I the 21st day after date hereof, or ,Episcopal Church, Monroe street. !
the residence of the
tbe pre ellttion of a New York I that period. ELIZABETH SAXON ': to the Comptroller land. This plantation was _Nov.. 44Notice 3 4 ;,
apply .
Col. Richard Harrison and has the advantages of -- _. '. L I
-
that the portraits which had Le Nov. 29, 1S5C. 48-Sw ix cutrix. Florida for re-issue of Warrant r
was Do You want a Picture ? i _.____ I a fertility,durability of soil, convenience to mar- TALL
ofljaidunrg the in favor of Samuel S. \
canvass were 1 ORANGE SPRING"Male ye r. 1856. I excellent health with access to good range ?,
caricatures, that those who had HE undersigned would' respectfully announce to chargeable under head of Criminal '. The following is n description of the lands persons having'demands against the eta *t<#
1 the Ladies and Gentlemen of Tallahassee and 73 Act 8. N('. 1. and bearing date i Ford the Aucil- Watkms !
said tract IatiofJefffteon.cgy.d..wpceased
him horn his I & Female i iu near Sandy on
raustimagine &ity that he i is now fully prepared to take those I Seminary \. of Sept. 13. 1&5G taid original \ ] to-wit: The S E i of Sec. 81). the S W 4 of will take notice that they must present Aot .
rum as an ogre, M Koreas he had ''l] colored Ambivtypes much admired by I situation of this Institution is at one c.f the ]lo-t Dli laid. the
rrHE or 27, the N .E i of Sec.34, fho E J of the S E 4 to underigtted duly authenthrmted within the time -
ever known an uiji-heerful moment in ;: lovers ot art. Those wishing work done TV'ou1'J do i t Sulphur Spring in the ountry, nnd is nu November 22, 1856.. 34, all in R 6, T 1, N i W; the S W i of the prescr1bedbyIaur1hnutee will fit pleadLio bar !

In'fad, in slate of the weight of ] to call early as Lib engagement el"c\v1jcro will furpassed for health It is easy of access for eteaui |I --- --- !I 4 of Sec. 31, T I. R 7. N A E; the S E 4 of the of their recovery; and -.lt persons infebteU4osakl (

tvhc evidently feels his ( : cance him t. lea\. WM. KUHNS. f boat and a few hours stJIgi(;. For Charleston- i of Sec. 3G,1' 1, It 6, N Jt E; the E $ of the estate are hereby notified to make 'immedpsyoment ( .

and .20. 5C. 51 I The Principal with the experience of twenty vears. j'.' FIRST VESSEL. of SIIe. 28, Tl.R6.NiE; the S W i of to the undersigned j 3WM. }
mirror of hapr.wrwghts n ----- ----- ---- '-' ---- and aided by a of assistants. will devote l
I IBlacksI corps competent HPHE I 29, T I. R C. N & E ; the SEt of the N W J W. HWB .
regular packet
dispo tion. He looks a hale, for Sale. ; his whole lime to the iuipiovement: of hit pupil". '! JL Keene master, will have S W j uf tie X E 4 and the N E 4 of the S Montlcello, Nov.l I8S9. 8w-44 .. i
The third session will i '
JlDuari
of 60, massive intellect, hard, i commence Monday. For of ec. 3i3.T 1. R 6, N fe E. Also] the following
abow freight or
hut with ci.uon' as the 'HE uiJeroigaed] offers f.r tale I.i" bay Peter.- I 12. 185 7. For particular, address, I port. passage I). i tracts of h nd: The E i of the NEt of Sec. 1. Walter Owynn "' t
energy desirous of obtaining: n valuable Smith, I R. ANDERSON, P1 lIripal. i\ a
Anyone R S t W theN of S E4ofSec8T5, R _
fl.
;
Nov 46
:
uoraland ;intellectual 15, 1856.
trait ot 1.5s; ) c do well to call imme iatel\. If not di!powj of t __Nov.___29.__1656.. 48 i! __ _nO. _____ A E; The-N E 4 of the S W J of Sec. l.T 1.8 OFFERS his KrricM to-persona, wial ..rJ{ : ,
I judged! him to be on of those \
petaous daring characters, nho I by in January next.: Notice i iALL i 9 ; the E S of he N E i of Sec. 9. Warrants,T otbmr ,He;villsUs*S" :*; $ '

experience of the folly j'ielding t', 4) C. WILSON. I persons having demands against the estate of !' JLJ.lyVnestarticlt 1 A OflA RECEIVED by names of the negroes tire as follows : attentioo tn such boslnera as ma/betfltrtnfetl!
.
mtn in either of the other offer far
I 1856. 51 T
? theCaprtoL 'CIII' .
had gradually acquired the habit Lu R. Blackledge] late Jefferson count, (Iej'j 1000. I '. Isaac Pickena, will be reasooable.eoIIleapo .
-- ---
for"sober feccoud thoughts" to ceased, will take notice that they must present'them ; November 15, 1856. 46 I Dick, Aleck Being Deputy io the Sate Ian 01B t 'W_
Dancing Notice, to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time j ,: I ; Sam Slick, Warren will make
for business
hi action. His no charge in that Itet*rtaIaa ,
.
govern every prescribed by law, or this notice will be iu '
bar .
plead :acQb, Billy, '
tbows this. Occasionally: his TITUS will teach every Friday and Saturday of their recovery; and all persons indebted to said i i 1000 Pieces of Wall ,, Caroline, Hamet May 17.18&8..- ,- 1O--J1- ... : : .. .
both of l his blue 3 o'clock P. M. Next Lesson givcd Fri. estate are hereby notified to make immediate received a large assortment i
]lighkn cp, large payment i JUST Emily] Winny, I Co-Partnership' Wotloc. .i
29th. i .
i to the undersigned. color and
-
quality
their distend, and before lisieneit Us arc ( 20, '56.. .. 51 j I II THOMAS 0. ODER Administrator. i i! and figured. Barriering to suit all. I i Isaiah Jufant,, Henrietta Jim THE undersigned have this dsv entered" .iat* .."eo-.
profound i i
gaze i --I m theWHOLESALE
ov. 1856. 8w-48 I I I IKov. Arthur, Joe ,
,
look. Suddenly! however, one Circular Saws. : --- -- --- : Ui. 18M) 46 Solomon Giles. : & RETMt: .

. ,
closed his: head inclines: Notice. ---- -- I
half -
slightly I Syboy Ruth. DB.: -- aUS .hJ 8. I,
one file, and word to / & GRIFFITH'S and HOE tvcry appears 1k'I'.\ Cucular Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, con- ALL persons against ,the-name and style of "" rAMES&itL'v
ed}infne balance.: Yon slway find for sale at a conmission on manufacturer's B-jatwnght, deceased, latu of LeonI I received a large assortment I"J.!!, Sam. Vincent, '

sne conversing with an ( : : : D. LADD. county are hereby notified to present them to the fj Miscellaneous Books, I Daphne Adam t ti ;. :
by
I
cee undersigned Admin:strator within the time prescribedby Standard Works, Prose, Poetry and i. Alfred Becky, S \
and Lis December 20 1656. 51
man; unpretending uuo Newport .
law or this notice will be plead ia bar of their recovery mances with all the recent Nancy, Jufant THEY will be pleased t*- e. tie* Mfcxb ,
simplicity adds rather than detracts ; and all persons indebted are requested to I I I Bancroft's and Hildreth's United ; Allen, Aleck. and patrons at the old stead of D.B.

impression, while his unaffected Fresh Rice. I make payment immediately. Motley's History of the Dutch Luanda Jiue where they will keep a full and general f

and fcespiulily win your heart, whole] B. J. E. tsOATWRIGHT, Adm'r. lished. I Midge, Anne, George, *assortment Articles apnertainingtotaeirJ
from
direct Charleston
received 50 I '
UST
judgment has resolvtd to Nov. !9, 1856. 48-8w Allison's Continuation of the I Aaron, Zilpby, of busiuss ).H. AMES': i-
tierce Rice. For sale
and half right by Jackson Candac,
5th nnd 6th volumes.Abbott's 'M. LIVEET.; '.
ance."I D.LADD. Buckwheat. aud Scott's ; Betsy, York, '1.1858. toe '4:
Napoleon
: January
I .
December 20, 1856. 51 ;
am a Republican and he is a Newport, French Revolution] ; Gibbon Rome; Boloinon Eliza "

hot I pay him this willing.tribute, OA EIGHTH Kegs cauley's England 2rd and 4th I Mansfield, Martha, J

proichesas n ally to my ideal} of Male and. Female Ow For sale 10] quarter by do. R. IL BERRY. I I I I cient Prescott's History Ferdinand; TbirlwalFs and Greece Isabella; 1 1I ;I I ,.. Tenah Frances, Nancy.lichen MILES NASH & CO.. < ,

man of ins old school as any one it Y November 2!, 1856. 47 Ben, Doctor, DBALaas Lit : .
.A.C.A.r r ___ __ I Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; :, : :: '
my good fortune to m('t. injct session will begin on the lit Tuesday in I Europe; Hallam's Historical',orkll; 1 I Fillis. Willis. .ttm -
,
,
Fruits
January. Miss Isabella Given, who has for sev I &c. Lord Bacon, .Addison, Goldsmith Amy i
been connected with the Institution West Wind to arrive in few Dickeus; Irving's Life of Washington, I Leach,
Dr. H'Lane'sCelcbratcdLfrer vears past a days
continue in charge of the female department I PER whole boxes Raisins, ington and Headley's Washington; i I about Forty head of Mules Corn, Fodder, &. MEDICINESD' OIL8fDRUGS f
of sale] will be cash for the Negroes. The
cellaneous! Writings in 10 volumes\ I I'I I .
PEEPAEED UTT FLTEtftNO the female department-will receive the ben- 20 half" '
t ., U Chamber's Cyclopedia of American will be sold] on a credit of ooe and two or three inform their'frjentli and tie pU14t J
of till supervision and instruction i> the' !- 0qr. WOULD
W -Are.rat.led amoii the muet yet his more immediate attention W given ; 1 barrel Currants 'I volumes, just issued, containing an with part cash -credit payments bearing in- on hand a good assortment-of' t
2es literature 'four country from its from date. articles as are generally kept in their_line of'est.
of the day. That it \uU sore liver the male department. The school is provided 1 Almonds] soft shell, ( J
., : sent with a Memoir of the i ISABEL M. HARRISON Adm'x. I and will be receiving regularly fresh snpplrei. Their
lick headacbe, and dvfpeptia, is now. an extensive apparatus and a !large collection K>T. 1 Walnuts. .ro day .
15 56. 46tdsNotice
.
shall be reasonable
Students from abroad will be accommoda 1 Brazil Nuts, I from th'eir writings. The best. book t terms I
Bead the Miowing fermouy ft cm& with bonrd on reasonable terms. For further par. 1" Filberts, tant i I II TRn.hAMee.Ap .Kli 18SS- t4 ;;

aad geo leman uf our own city: 1ars Tttpecting regulations, board. rates of t tuition, I I 1 Frail Dates, I. Simm's Border Stories and I t .
P.B.BitOXAW'S. '
Krw YOEX,August aip'v to :N. H. STEWART For sale by R. H. BERRY. mances in sets; Statesman's' Manual]; I weeks after date, I shall apply to the lIon. "
\
Mr.and Mrs.VrKBams; Xa 248 Seventh PrincipaL,. I I November 22, 185G. 47 Republic; W t'bster' and Calhoun's I' Judge of Probate in and for the county of Jeffer LIY11IT ilil IALIflhiLi4, J/
Decemler 2 0, wj. 51-flt __ in 6 volumes. for letters of Administration on the catatoof I
lily that tkey hate boIL bt-cu TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
suffering I I. Books and
Blank Stationery
Severs late of said countv dceeacd.'JAlES
II I Daniel T.'Lingo Admt'r' WJpbuBt for about five during I and'Account Paper; Gold and Steel SEVERS. ; +
,
jears for Sale. v*. }I Court. ,THE Proprietor would in- ;:A It
Late pent a large amount of money and and Negroes, :I Sarah C. Granger et a!. ) In Chancery. i without handles ; Envelopes fancy ; ". 15, 1856. 6w-46 : hie friends and th*,JlfS i S

Temediet,tat to noprp Finally Ilca \TILL be sold under) a decree of Court in favor of I I appearing to the satisfaction of the Court in this : ing and Record I Playing and Cards Pal's.Be; Ledgers public, that be bas rabnilt i.w, .fTTS

'lTLM&.Pills.prepued by Fleming Dro :V Benj.Waldo. L JLHarrison, Admt'x. of K. IT !', that Walter Granger, Willis Granger, and Books usually found in our business. 1 Notice. large Brick Stabbs,.at the old -stand and,it .no w
: estate on Wednesday the 7th day of Jan- I heirs prepared to accommodate ilsfrffnde and customersHe t
the Washington deceased
Granger defendants entitled dist
i LL creditors legatees to
four 46
Nov. 15. I persons
boxes-Lkli they took according t* {} and Slaves I also bas attacbedUA Stables f
.. T S57. the following Teal estate or so in 'tthe abe stated cause, reside beyond the I : bution or otherwise interested io the Estate of a good Blacksmith "
tions aecampanjicg each box and :h thereof as will be sufficient to satisfy the de limits of Florida to wit: in the State of Alabama, so Rev. John Wesley Rhodes late of Jefferson county Shop where be.will have have done all l&da of j I

'terx1elyeL perfectly! cured: of that & e rendered in said cause-viz: the E i of the S E that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon For Rent. I : deceased are hereby notified to exhibit their Plantation work Hone shoeing and Carriage woclrjn f I

of See 3'; W i or the S W J of Sec 2 ; so much of them: It is ordered that said cause be cot for bear- p r rpHE I I residence situated on Clinton I and demands within two years frem this date the very bestnian ti and with promptatts. sad disv J i'//

E i of the S W .Ilof[ Sec 2 as lieu W of,e ing on the first :Monday in April next, and that said JL ately East of Mr.J. R. Lloyd's Budd my agent at MooUcello,or the same patcb.November. "1

.J5T Pnrdaeen-wm be car r 1 t '' Rad, then from f"rk of said Road*nd defendants do Appear and plead answer or demur : nnd healthy location with six rooms, be barred; and all persons indebted to the said 5,* 1823. .144.: ,. t I I

i4XZ'' C axwuru):Ttttsarc E;' in---a Road direct to centre of N line of the NEt b; that time, otherwise said cause will be tried (IQ I lIe out houses and a good well of ; ] are requested to make payment to my said r- I
:rz.EXZ3rQ Bao.of Pd.' All 2f W i of See 11, thence due S to centre of S line the facts charged in said Bill: Provided That a copy ". piece ground suitable for a fine who is fully authorized to settle the said estate Dr. P.,P. Lewis : ::: .t

Phtslurg, said i into equal parts; the W J of the N of this order be published in a newspaper at Tallahassee Posession will be given on the first LAURINDA M.RHODES,Adm'x.., IVES notice to his frieoos 'and .

ntIeI:ID comp-rUoa are worthleM. of Sec 11;'N E l of See 10; S E 4 of Sec 10; for the space of three months next before said 1 particulars apply to P. cello. Nov. 15, 856. 3m.4 6 ... .T ronsthatbeisnowiapcsie.iiipef pal 1. 1all I

paaiae' Vermifuge, also] his Celebrated E l of the 8 WJ of Sec 10; the W JoftbeS W first Monday. Done and passed at Chambers this I December 6. 1866. i ** iha the latest improvementsln Dtntie- I

cm bOW be had at all!reipectable'Drag ofSec10EjOftheSE EioftheNElof t SC90E&SE4 16 the W lof 3rd December, 1856. Mackerel and Herring. .try. lit, The extraction of Teeth, whonpo a r _

''ftmtine without Ike,s,.tUT..f See N W 9; of Sec 15 17 acres more or; less of E J..WAYLES BAKER Judge. !. Executor's Sale FEW HALF BBLS.each No. 1 Mackerel and pain by L4 aid,ot a,1oea1aJpGeaio! win 8OM t.
J ; DeCt"mberlS.185& 50-3ra
.E N W of Sec 15 the S 4of tbeS W4of ; I SHALL on the first day of J Herring direct from the Fisheries.- For sale at apptyinran artificial freennjr mixtare'to the pnrta I
J ;
co".f. :
accordance with a decree of his rate by : until fully benombed.: Zd.Tkf ansi e .of ,
Sec 11 the N E
of J
E
the S 4
Sold the.W. of ; *
at aU of the Store in 11 Seed
Drog ; Oats. .
4 ** the gEl of See 11 th" N J of the N W 1 fec ker, the tract of Land and McNAUGHT. ORMOND & CO. a Temporary Set,?n .G Ua Percha. mlueB can oe '1 ,

,oj ooe agent to: 'erjn tlie.3outk.; 14'; the N W 4 of;Sec 12; all in T 1, E 8,S and AA BUSHELS SEED OATS, in fine order situated immediately North of aud 8, 1856. 45" : worn with comfort, and ease UQ tie Gfoaa ate ftdly '
O: U i/ also SEED RYE. ; hassee, whereon the late John S. prepared for a permanent Set" then inserted
T 'also the S W i j of the N E i of See 32, and i of now hnding and for sale ; ea .
O lTlbt.. ; B.E l of See 32 T 1, R 9. N and E. The names by HOPKINS 4 MEG INNISS I previous to his death. The said that beantifnl plan called continues Gaai,wllck ate ill

-, the Slaves are /allows: Prince, Nancy Phillis Nov. 29, 186 4t-48 tains about 91 acres more or less A BBLS.Lime, fresh and in good order,just so much worn and admired, fur beautj tbt. tad .

.mjfu .J 5d.i.m Bull Jeff Peter, Fannie, Charles s Aleck ,Iver- i, acres are cleared and under fence, landed and for sale by, perfect cleanliness. ,1; ,1

yrangtst aagliteT of:Jboma J%; 'and ,Soott Eliu Eoulj,Sancho. Esther, Nanny, San-' -House. for Sale. wood land. The sale will be made McNAUGHT, ORMOND CO. May 31. I860. 22 -. '. "
Hector Jes Arthur, to the highest bidder in front of the R. 1856. 45 1
apdayttri,aadnarljr"jnaoUia.. 9ne ,Bob Patsy & Lewis -h. "
&. Emily'Isiah Jacob. Caroline, Sam Isaac, Ste THE subscriber offers for sale his di' Tallahassee, upon a credit of ODe, "" : XTPB T
$&L.e La beea cfl.d awav/rom earth to .; Mariah'Stepney Dick. Jack. ( trstret, Tallahassee. There are four years, the purchase money to be White'Fine Lumber! 7i1ii

\o.b k&i_ nffldldren. to. .sv _- .. t M.HAEEI5ON Admt'x. roonis on the first floor, and on the lot a good cistern. and good security, and the title l 1Q FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted suit- THE NEAOCUXCtlTKD .br CD.

4.b e! ( Dcce$1, The terms to a good purchaser will be low and ac- same 11 folly paid.ROBT. 0 able lor Cabinet Makers Saab and Blind ..Ma : NP.u.......tlU00t,00.Comp.isy .
_. modating.. WM. H.
KUHNS.
ea '
a .
the
f
child u'&nj Jwarts have b en ma .4MEDICAL -- or Joiners Work. Not often such a lot fur sale THIS 'purJciee o Urn
.ba '' NOTICE.DLBURBEOUGHS.' :No. 29,1856. 4HC November 8.1856. 48-8w McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. tt,penooa fcr ooe morrrma: : ;pr lor UM
rewM to be comforted bec 1iH-- ... .' 8, '56. 45 wbole'period of fife,ON THE tUTU At.&l1rr t.

votes vjnunuienng bMonoro lie&rd 'InTOxl:the: : For ,Sale, I Havana Ci Dividends'declared to' the bsmretl. on pob'cie s istced 4'
: '- '
,ioHIcVely a wor t cf_ ', FIRST RATE COOK. Washer, and Ironer. a- I JUST received per R. H.Gamble Buggies, and Harness' for life.Pinrr _
A
; &ruwiater. -SbebazoneIotherive' .4i ; HA VlNa located in Tallahassee, offers hit professional ged about 28, with two children, boy and girl cigars.' Call and try them For, Sale by P. B. Brok&w. FuD.fL Actuary.-MoaaaQT Fiir.t'r' 1

; 'belia ti -Tfbe'eaHfcr afreet services to the poblic.01fice'op *ite Terms cask Enquire at this office.: Subscriber just 'received a *Aprikatioas'rMefnd b'T. *nabasMt. !>r ;

_,be DTrow rd"ba.1J, fbr thV ."B rnard.' Drug.Store. fjl-6m December 6. 1866. 49-3 wAdministrator's August 2,1856. 31 .THE. large suppy''Of Carriages, .January 19, 1856. .. C. LZWOL i
,,
tuh ?aradiss of Oo4 there / Dee.,. ..' -20,. 1856.- LONG & Buggies, and Harness,which be offers. .,. .- .L 'I ".. ,I ..
Sale. the most reasonable terms.
en
tarrcpted bsppmew of an endless- Notice.LL ATTORNEYS JLT LAW, .-46 AGENCY OF .THEITNk INSURANCE CO .
011I. '."' ', ,- .M "* : B virtue of an order of the Honorable Wajles : 18,1854. ,CAflT4ta............al. .
.,.,. BIt OJ
,. '.. 1 rKIiPe3r1vd44 ._. .. .'tpf E Began,'JH6 of Lon eoanty.'_deceased,will of Florida the undersigned ,.Administrator de themselves in the A.L..FISHER'1ATTORNEY.AT.LAW rnuE nndemgned,A44" :the aba,.. esspny ,
,J- c .notice that they jpust present i them to,the JJDder. bonis POD of the estate 01! John Willford, deceased, will attend the Courts in the Middle JL' .-n-m rrrsiTt ifagatostloailinp .. Jlli. A-.

. _. TboM' ': .-Una"'e. .. ', .' : 'dul/auienticaU d within.the tim prescribed will sell at public Sale before the, Court House door preme Courts and the District 'TituuszzF&: &. Kroa, )4" ..r r. .
.
{ ,
f *,:4 {. :"T-Gr.' \.-. ebe. .r law. or this )rwrnpl! din bar of fbeir.'reT' in Tallahassee on Monday the. 6th day of January States at TaJta 'the.Ooirl.Hoase.: "L 'practice in the.Oon'ta"ofth Middle, hn. Ke..k..ill .
t if : aDd iodebted to said'estate are next to the highest bidder,the. real estatein Office opposite .Dls-, : 1. t8N.Ii 'B .t .
: \' K4d. *"** !' aH JKOTOW following' October 28. i84. jlr V trier,and hi Tbottsr Coooty;Oai' .. -"" : .. 7' .. .
..* n.teW'aoa : brwUfi J.to nak immediate payment the which the minor and other heirs of said John Will- .. '. -
) p..t o- Office in the Capitol Id a orr.fjotr 35alelv '
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; ;- "wrrq'ff; East quarter, Section, t thirty two, in Township two, received from New Orleans ,, Jl t1er$31L

_ .. (_:8If. trMtt''MII'' I "; :r: North of rang e two. East;in the County ofLeoo'sod JUST. ,. Jfcahela Heavy Black Oats : ;': i'* FtV
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: :State of Florida. Terms will be made known oaths .60' liarr'j3t Extra and Superfine. E ) BARARii: I r ., .gU&U.-- ::''i Fk

i ",u Ssronrd'eed fdr'the'8-Dr New day". fSale." ;: .SOLOMAN SILLS, 8 do; Molasses, .-.. .*. '- .. .
_l ..l lI.1i'.- .t\dM9'i Ic. 'If lrioi"V'N'ortti; aDa"S otb 't/ Adnr." de bOeia'POD.. 20 do" 'Irish Potatoes- 1i( ) :_ '" .ok ._ coXTivia. -. ., ,j r'' \,'' T "ttaa. ;
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it d.,:, !, .saeld ur.ll_._ "(with'JI "'br>_ : 1d3P.YVLt... T: ., -y-. "4 m' ..PERRY,. ;Poet. Jifee4r.-. .pp It Zaatt!: diak ly;;aa the frnlt aeacon* (ftpear.U. ...! 1 :\1. : ., ,. .. l .: \

\" t- :' .It -' >'N improvemesase 'Wab11a'J1&'OetClW.. ;., .' c" ,; 1. '40' of,,;: ,: ,,7 >.Jt"i, .!.f\'I.. 'f-'-''..t' ,.. *' 'I" ,tAU' ; 'tatdwstnadt bi tM'ubden P area.ip o 1If ANUFAOTUREK, ; 8I.f S feSs

; ._N" +t*tk1M'ta.. 1Decrcfwl' {,. >- 7'';;.* 'fJ' ..',:,;Ji'f., .. '.,' ...',-.' ; ..,. .y':.. "" nin'treilfr sl. -:' . "W1L:rI'-SLUt1,4ER';: ..IVi Ware. ,tod dealer."lii a kaS*of PWaa r Fin- > i. ; I
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.J : ,..._Wrilit1iW.BBOB01IJi-II. ( l "rat W;DECEMBER ju at the Court. er.onbU.chln: .11., <.rffowteea'j gW ds alh9oarnemush lI5qebla''boneand =' Jfr&MiW' prepared'I"'Jf..to;,fortolsb?Piano i iHi 'f to w.'.fritod*,7 tbtl they pobto> c i j"et Ae'vrtxUbja I

.. : .'hd'J It-.d.. .a1ev.)Hoose diwr.in the'city :;of.TallahftBes,- TwentytwoBandred .diseased dh .cootfltotloii'Deteljf; nAwdiv'JitfHarf' !fi : J' :*?** of...'.cr,*;bat,_qtfflty, r pstrosri rir fchJtfa:bs6aai'bereiflftt*V uv

r! ,a "! ... t., eaEtle,1 3: ; i, = and Four Aereavvf bed *nality>O AK and ris tea iiEen"'fiiidtt,. ; ; the treatment '?lma' emiteot'iiidriung'tbeta upon, the most' liberal.terma'. *.. ;' -rff* f .i '.,int'tt"firaednd. bebupe{* tbfxo0DtttUktioa.1;!,-'I"'l4.i.! >f iMit';:
e .4. 'altt .GIftIae.m.: HICKORY'LAKD.+ .beWtn 1'dabsestate or Dr. .c ttcond .uue Io.'H" j'-"tJ- \AJ
I/ ; wai< the"great Dr.Sbep 1 They ire to Done'ta'inJ aoun4r7"eithei ; ;
; .a.er'io on".1ttt* u1 Whitehead. This is" ofUw beat ; f" .H..w 1 eo8stantiykeep: >onbaadafen supply;of%
t ( ,pel v : one .Cotton Planta or- Iestao'tmidleo} .th.lete+ tId Dr.;Wary:, itofl UMpte* ; ... r ; ] rtT ; *

x t. 7 :' .. _M._,. _._ ,-.1'_- _, .J_O.ar-_-'___.. -tkwin. 'Middle Florida about,;one4 alt,Cleared and "tb t'. Maeno,who/treated/ hi*":,case twice without, reip-Iwttameutwill, be.:aar'ianteo,.._, "&$ asarte, .otW.aUf1pt.t" .

under ftnce;'the remainder.In woods:k,,,:. .,. 'f/<.v.. removing;.the<'dirndl Be.finally .went to DfMared ? -.- : '<**. MTLEaNASHj.';((30., :.1ist off riai;: 1l\-, rtabrrytm e otCY14ft: .eetlrort,:'::
I, II.W coops.TAILOR: The ImproTement*consist of a wmlortable 1D lP Inbmed time ltebrnary28185x.; 8: .T' SbWt L ad; ad'.fI. i Sheet _ihuDp*,
T $ ahal!II are,the tbi ;aDd 11. nlua-- ., _. :.
; ,1" ing and aa'neceeaary out*buiJdinRS j s#. good'Orerse* to.do'anything mOre for hkhv 8 on after.that time ,. ( .,.' '. ;.' 4r sod. at-great many .tberartf.. .. "ntsatt.., x aw, "to_,,mea'Uoo ;;-- F731 ,
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ere house Gin House Screw stablea ,Corn::,hauls j Mr.:Harris beard of the many,wonderful", tore that I -'Q" 113.0..11e...... ; = -, -TO.' T .." y r ri t rtt
i ., fit1R1T.O.ltIO: and twemy.negro.cabins,all framed,bnildinga and in had made, and visited;jme at Griffin; 'as a last retort 'J > Jl4- #: .J., 'oM. st ..

.."- .. .- -If. I commenced .treating bin ease .and ior ra week* the JUST recersed60050oucrm'Sel 1. Offaey :Tia Roohg,Gattertiug ., ppr.'T"i% ocdiiMsnq.

R 'C '. this Plantation are' referred Cancer alas all retnovsd,and the sole nearly'healeeU-; ; Braud together. with ari'e tYarietl": Pipe des,all of wbieb be promise jo dole;:the most,

..! fi.iiir \4ij: '.. ,a' II: ; .. lo' Ur./EicLard Sauoders;,, on the i place,,, For' :Thai aise'VM teen wad."'.witnessed by more than fire of pure Chemicals. AMES 4 LIVELY: .work-m' 'n-like manner and style, ,and::of the best m* t '

:! _. .. n'. < : :term*.' leW;addm th'subecnbd.at; Berzetia> lam. hundred persona-,. I have the Confer now in my pce- April 5,185ft. 1.-. teriaJ], on *nprtfl,.(:notjc and most reasunsbkterm.flaying *' '

J !:G ,.kia county Ga. and it b been engaged fur the last l1bt.lWt In. .
t n'J. session! any peraoq'can tee }'Calling'a.mJ.of.fi.ce Olive" Oil.AStJPERIOR -;*. j ,
JOHNB WHITEHEAD. QnmW witnessed business at this be41Lmk's,. it"nuneeeuary to're-
j '. torn 'This case-was by be arnoilar to
1 Yasu 'iii tail ,Wigter I. StrpC August 2,1858., _,. toVSl Executor, fin, "THOMAS'JONES. f.ijri1Bc.. ;artiel*!::.for-Table-nse' Jut're :commend hlnaself any farther to thrabCefe uFd*
tor g.f1tJ.f l : u 'his as wecwanic,but at the ,
1 :. Dr-'J.; D. 'MARTIN M 'AMES4LWELY.ApriU. e&pabiHUe a tame timit be

4j,; ,J .uinterup; ;w'tltg4. :. "oJ: ,India.Rubber Pa ktDIr. II.S.JWWILSON... S856., ,14 ", : ',. :'ch..orl all that favor' him.aitL a"ealLgood. vorkand" ,
.s. H ..> t.fIj f.t ': > CttENSHAW ., prfce* .". / :
i '> > Robber Packing of all thicknesses,from 3- ,R L bfed
l '- r aF m I't".Sy1e' nd Qnaitft! INDIA i inch,constantly hand at D. LADD. I.do..eertitlth& ;'my self> ,add,. many.';.other*,'et this PloWer':" r. ;;Hating removed:from &Gold siarxlformerlrkanwaash ,,, F y. d yet

Newport DeL 18,185G. 42... w:> ';' place/ were eye,wftae e* to .the above.ted eau A 1.ARtlEwortneut ojf Flower Jars;vajk>oSiXjL Wbiteda8lu.aerberi11-brfw'etbis tVBdeor-: h
>: r "lti rryffrwfto'mate up in toe moil and that air Harri left oerfecUy.well:. :' v ," J se\ Just received and.for-... sale' T: :: J ner,of 200 foot*treet;:where' be will be gkdt wait.

J .t.ti1{.tkoH.iw&ct.' Shoes,.Kerseys. Unsays and Blan- Al H HATTOK.GrifB.MayI4l1852. .. & x* :'a-t.ES" 4rUVELY., .. on all his friend THOMAS' ? 1TE,'"'
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1 f 'I.J kets. :!: ,. .AprU.s.i85a '14. .. ; / *, 1-"I:
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ALSOLL YARDS assorted Kersey and Ga llie.Afllietcdiof' nil Coiidlf I lone. PROVISIONSenty;:at last. .N'P.-nr G'Q ,,
.J lUiUUU .Plainv To '' .ft* ,f,'tfsff-: :.tf$ ;

: ':.' 7 4:".l) ..CIc r! 'ULECTBD.IToCX OF, '1.000 yard Wool and Cotton and Wool Linscys, I do ;;ghat I.was most horribly afflicted with f7BBLS.: Flour, .,TO'VLEi&11U. ,gBS ;of

I : -. gEAD1' .btOT-IINQ' ,f.OOO pair grey'mixed and white Blanket, a Cancer my upper lip;which caused roe"pain'indescribaMe. .1 U 8 Cask Baeoa'Side* and Shoulder.. ,. "" .; _Ang: "Y'.' .h'ir.z.t''ie! ; .
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., : 1,000 pair Rntset Brogans: After trymfr'the skill of nil. the most. 2 DufBeM'aHani*, ,-,-i10BbU.MePork 'arrivals frous N.w for a8ubisi6ableisrd 3r
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't 'ajtable for wmtK wear, .With Wool Hat,, Oanaburgs and such like arti' eminent Physicians that I could hear of and that ;'. >', ', .; well eeIeel I toekrr.c."Wu L9' ,

{ .>;i ..: -T 'Coatsi"Pat.,:PantardtcAe;. ties for Plantation use, in any quantity, by without relief I gave up my ease as hopeless,and as'I 2,, ""'Lardand 10kegdo., "' '. :;... ",;,. j"hud ; M ;
'f : 4 Molawe.. 20 do.RedrfledV'bi' ;? Jewelry. 4w
< .weuposf. D.LADD.: thought,with death staring me m the(. But fortunately k.y /

.r I*!, s krtrfPlam arxi Ancy Shirts, Collars, Newport, Oct.18,1856. 42 for me,1 beard of Dr. W. B.Moseley's great 10- ;Sugar 4'da'Frnneb Biiaet it.,Fer salT' ., Cons Hnff of%edBemi5** gold kongold leiera. tJ'sa-

i vats Slocks Hosiery, -&, < success" the treatment of this disease and a* a lASt by KcN4UJ 01WQNDCO. lever's l *ilT'rleTer 1.bunting,':aneboi;Je and' ?.,. r

I J 4.. f:'_' SSJSS thcrovgIa .6twdl eorsnlt; their Livery and' Sale'-Stable resort I placed myself under bis treatment, and inane Nov.'' /68.. ,45"; 1 uartJ erw.tcba'r.Cameo, ;J M .C taHd altgold .6

: .wmlt.1J1l'rbtg mesa lt lei all the above ar- ,. month from the time he commend, ,I was perfectly boPinI'eaningatieeklttaeq-goW aryl jetcici

} .tWililiiaft: ie1eeiIcI1ritIa eare aDd wild a c .IBB undersigned sound, and bare been so ever since. 't India. Rubber,Belting .. ;:sex; itnd';keket f f hahr,and" dagu6irbo ;

m tb$&, ,J. : tice, that he glVUDO-k ELIZABETH JINKS. tJ "gulj and.batr iraesletij's large aasatarsnrtton. C i .
f;. ,l; wIn ta tWradaptAlioa ;LARGE SUPPLY of>1U Bubber.BeWng.of. iam i s
4. chased the Livery Butt Ga 27,1840. A d"aam'rubri 1OTi IIg-raft;oo.J ai1d
1. p 1I86I.. JJ County, May two, three ply; warranted t 'fullyt eqaal tufd '
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William H.Kewsom in TalUbassee with the .t ogtr ring.genUsmru's di m*j ifi
: ..,..- ,together to Leather, md.'l!cent cheaper; ill loot+.enaiI-' f
t : : good will of the establishment and that be is nowpnpared ,erect those tried ahem sleere bottcn pbriar eameo;ODJX'aod"cornelian; '.. ,+g+' + ,
Horrible Case of Cancer Cnretl, f ;by ;anperiortaLuth'ter.

t : ,A. B.. oLXRKE',, and promises to carry the public on the, with business good in all accommodations it* branches BY'DR. W. B. MOSELEY.M. D. : .hand All l sites' from 4 to,14 inches. ,wule-:' constantlyon .'great chaics variety aealf.-keya of atoda ffA&flow and.gold sir er'rest'pea,_fob J and!pencil guard pay tl ei'S' Yl'1' CQIIIZ

\ : : hit Fall and Winter Stock oft in his line on reasonable terms I do certify that I.ai'lor many Jean bodily afflicted -' by' D.LADANowpor' : sex, and cold, *flrer and steel spectades,gold,and sik
4':1' s notr tteeirteg u RICHARD SAUNTERS. with Cancer on my.LrpandCbui, I'tried all{the Oct.18, 1888. ? _.41 .:?.< 1 .P. i ver tbtin III .'

'! i. ,.G. .--1 for N. B JameeT. :anthoriiedagebt remedies I could bear afi.bat found no relief I finally for:Sale.-' '' .
tk.. .'1Ut QJr"tYJ2" : rm Herring'rem duly .TownProperty Fine .CBlScry :an* .. ', ,
.. .;.) ,V\I..G Vnl ,'and has entire control of tbe.bwoess, representing heard of; Dr.W. R.1I.* great I: success 'in'the :Dinner ;tre .
: 'J of Cancer affections and visited him at frerj..CFtnteUiil and; kuTea wltLndforkab t b kiuvet
treatment undersigned
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f me as MIl' was personally present. THE '
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r1f 't rer + setts,ewrer*and itHl lk.7 } ._ e .
RICHARD SAUNDERS. Griffin and io the coarse of six weeks he bad theCahcer described property known,a*the JravkLtTi ; poelr's:
: : taws and Vriimgt of all color,and of the beat qualto -' '. all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted LotJfofc; L-2,27.30,48,140,141,10,143( ;et : sfrgars, Cehaat.iuid':W; &. ;dould.berrclled .: }y :
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.:J{ srtiMt ht V gpared macttfacture to. ortki on Sep.6,1856., 36 with the disease,to visit him and have their health 144; 22fi, 227. 2S5.;t3tf.240, 241 24S. 242;244.245.- r")< Ift :i 'lEm4" .,.

I* !5a+ tlwitiu&o &Is terLSa aid 1 i the rnoghi' Dissolution of Co-Partnership.: "restored. He is,beyond all kind of doubt,the most' 24%; 246 250.,252;258. 254,258. 257,258,; 268, all .'m. ann/, f. tedlteel.ju.thle,. .tad" .

o ._ 1 NERi skilful Oaocer doctor in the Southern State in the original plan of the citj of Tallahassee. common El Y a......
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heretofore between John
partnership existing wade Y r mltla.
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'assortaatat.c!' THE Cherokee Co. Ga.. EMANUEL DOMINO AS.Bmsncxa '
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i0 Broome and. Robert Heir in the weighing,storage Dr.J. D. Ga. Dr.J. Silver "t Pidjcd' .tY '
Martin Griffin
t' E CLOTHING I and selling cotton business is this day dissolved ; Lots Nos.'1;2, S, 4;i,',6, 7. m S..County' qr..a '-' ,. .., .Ware' -,.'
of.n.1IYx : Y. M.;Picket, Harris county, Texas; Greer Bishop Salver table desert and wlrer fork*, '
by mutual consent: BROOME i HEIR.' .' tear aonp
> d es ".-m.o 1 Aron b1r1ritb any,atoclc 'of Cloth, August 14 1856. 33' Griffin, pa.Seirrbas.. -ALSO-- and Cream Ia Ile ?
_erer exBTD for sale m tins city,consisting of -,.' 1 -" Lots N* 4. 12. 13.;15, 10; $2; 25, 89'40' ,48,.61 forkiand'poaosv waiter ;esttora cake u.lfrui11u 7 ,
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: wfbM idid Colored doth and.Frock Cpata, Bredl .can be Cured '6t,in the South i County quarter: .- kets electro plated teaietavand; eommoafeo serrfee. o

:. ttney Ceasimertsnd Salver Frock aiid ,Business lI'ew'Co-partnershiu. .v LET THE PUBLIC READ t The aboy described -property.: formerly belongedto butter,sugar,and crcaw;disks chamber i Qd parlor .

o.BJa .. ROBERT-HEIRANDJOHK P.COLEsTaTe this Jj mere, to ate afflicted and the itudo and highapinron Oor.Brown. For further infbrmaUoo and terms, eaodJeat aalt eei>ua,,Jiognef.Iwldert; .eard*:and, i
Bearer and PilOt Over- which will be liberal Apply to A.PerryAmsker;Eeq, flower bukdl.ud brittwt. Pro ,o8cp
k and colored Cloth m the business of I entertain of DR. MOSELEY' as a Surgeon rare; .. ;
1 .".8sckSartoots* weighing. storage and selling cotton and also to make and PbysWsn,'1 Seem it my duty mention the ease Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. '.' "MleceI1u-Article .0'J 1I.govt

.f,,' .l' ; '*?jSack and' Fancy_Doeskin andCaaumere liberal advances on cotton cent to their care. of my Ue.laopmg at the same time that all,'persons CHARLES P. MANIONO.: Ladie ,JAilrk i.pu J.Berlin ( 8zl 'r,4.JI.
"" Until sol j, the above property will be for rent ih I.
ss- -. HEIR & COLES. similarly afflicted may bo, benefitted by it In the A. PERRY AMAKER mm,and morocco port tn i Serf OrtoadineB raihe*,Satin sod Cloth Vest August 14. 1866. S3 first part of this :wife bad screnu mnall lamps t teraT eeiet
SiDt and Cashmere do, I Im year my February 1C, 1856. 7-tf necklace.and"armlets,iei his; .f whon*'aH ordew mastfce:>JJieeaeilm ,
Faoey Telret Ctawnere, to make hi her breast they continued
I *" appearanee ; necklace*,and bosom ptba- napkin ringa.balraad toothbrushes Sokdby F4rlvteJ/! "';!1,1tl.
Wbsee dg,, : Valuable Plantation for increase m site, until the whole breast becamea revivers shell .
,hat 6nfralindna nbbec aria' ,
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Bobea.Fiae Shirt, Silk, Cod Liver Oil.; ;
., tom Sba..h Drea o diseased 'mass'and; verb painful. procured the iroryeomo: china and,wax .doli rattr,atrbpl and, L 1 tLter

,,'flatten sod Kerino.Under shirts Sale. best medical aid in the city of Rome;and.notwithstanding F RESH't PURE of theeelebntedgimanCUrkiCoABasbton's. "BraDd.I, .Di. caaedfeatber nsteTi-pwW and # oakX a ,.

w. .Jlaonel and Jeans Jra aLI Plantation known a*.Cotton Land, belong the earnest cod faithful attention of the most ".. dLD.1JobemI1 g ise'iafd. ebma'Vaie*arid""baa' -4 '..."

t :, -.A .q-: T..1m the estate'of the late J ba w.Gotten situated" skilful pbjsiciau,,she continued'to'grow..worse and. 'For sale by .A11E9'di LI'' L Y' ., ketaterrseotta raaee '.-tite&x&patteuH bottle,.

aheyt and BLek- 5Ukaod ten'miles North East oIT .''.. U for sale; The ,worse,'ontn'tber gafe the ease up as ineurable;and ;AprB5(1856.. l 14: s I.?{. )._ -Icaeaare : .';. Dbirrsnasa;,IHcb.lapa ark t
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# wtte>Kid ate OaontkU Silk Glores. ,Bock Linen 'Cambrie sad ins, gm bouse and aerew, and.other' ttsnalimprorementtvall .. ".hich|dM; and nstorrishing*it mayjseetp"Jlker .& 10'0"011 the: most;;approTeiLA: : >fIER,:COBJST' '; ,.d ti atli> ga-,lltasaM s bssu <

:aauXKfi Bindkerelae&Bnnroadaney sapenor Count; Lisle in good repair.: There la an abundance entirely; ntred-itfun' ome'month lsadj7e 1t now". fot-Ja1e?by the:Sjb jbeKTbese. ,I. e'7trmdiag a'stssa stt'.'+- 3":' .iJo:9'1 ,.
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Y.-' 42 .l :* _.:; ; 'P.Bi COTTE. >l;.;$itAug. '. ,Doctor without T."I..aaUaftid"="i ttfaetiotfgrindinz'wlth ease o,boeiw'an4'fiie'ri**:' : '- L.a.y. ii'itf."t'J 'J-' '4.: .

Qtobe! 18,185& .801858.. .85. -, :. ,+. "sodcbprrtat4thnthaiitlro modem fu1 i ::10 the dAy,with less than the rdmajry gat'powerip- "' '

f '. .:Jn.. the. Southern StaUa.in "the-'treatment of rr"';thai-'f JWtJL' : plied to it* .The maker fuftjishwsi.band topot it vpi : 'Y"ii IotiC .

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,' .. '3fegro/Sc* ;.plendid WeUofeoohr&tera8dcoodJ. ',; ,Arrt''r' soo*?hat are'desirooa bfiaraulB8rt"lhemeltea "and voucher_to the' t Jt% of Frobgite'Cbuleston :; ., -.bet r thelust b Detwmbtr.h ".

J. ":; 'Tbekare' wrath tiM 8gcara;100 I.be: ; { '. : of Die HOSELBT ervfeea;.wiffind him at: .ot..1 eouot"."'.rol=.r-ND;' '1l l ympro'ralaiJ;",--.. *x$&&. -1- .

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.' .offered to Jbote persons,wbp may, desire I boarded ;.dE> $ mocth. JAMES Bl' "JIf' Jftt'Mr" b ". :* ? -
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