The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAM S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JANUARY 3, 1857. vnrY 4-;)X- s l.. ._ t' }

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SATURDAY, DEC.. 27, 1856. On motion of Mr. Snell, said bill was amended by adding theretoan An act to repeal the fifth section of nn act entitled an act to.organize *+ t lj

The House met pursuant to adjournment-a quorum present. additional section, to-wit : the County of Sumter, approved January 8, IB.,>3; 'f.\LLABA.a. Deo.'27, i860, fHoV .. )
The reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed with. Section 4. Be it further enacted, Thai all moneys raised by the An act to provide for the location of the County Site of Orange H \. SXELL. -" ':'A?,*.': ** .
Mr. Buffington moved that the House reconsider the vote upon bill entitled an act to provide for the payment of the debts of the County ; Speaker of the House RrprtttnMv&t t". .

the} passage of a bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the Railroad Stale, are hereby appropriated for the purposes therein expressed An act td fix the time of holding courts in the Middle Circuit of SIB-I respectfully submit tha (following tat19natOr. the adExxonxvxrCa&m i
J. Companies in this State, and for no other, and that the supplies for subsistence and forage Florida ; vice and consent of the General Assembly: **: : .
Which motion was agreed to, and said bill was placed among thejjr. furnished the Slate Troops while engaged in protecting the frontier An acJt td protect actual: Settlers and cultivators on State Lands in For Nassau C&txty. <
of the c1ay. shall be first paid. this State; ", 1

o Gettis offered a resolution rescinding the 6th Joint Rule, Slid bill was then put upon its passage, upon which the vote An net to provide for the maintenance, care and custody of luna Commissioners of PHotageatfenrjr' ,Simmonsfames EMd.
Which resolution was adopted, and Messrs. Penn, Gettis and Ar- was: tics or insane persons in this State ; dangh, Julian E. Acosta, Jose Finue atfi John Hi :Gtinb/. ." $;", '

nao were appointed a Committee to communicate the same to the Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy Braddock, Brokaw, Buffing- An act to secure the better working of Rdnds ; For. Lima Coal- ,. ,,.,* ? 1 ) ;
Senate. ton, Campbell Carter, Clyatt, Davidson, Fontane, Frlnk, Gettis, An act to require the Register of State Lands to have all the Cotton Weighers'-kdlert Heir, John P. Culee. > f f k

Mr. Snell offered a resolution for the relief of Lieutenant John Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingrem, Johnston, McLeary, McQueen, School Lands In Columbia, Marion, Levy, Hamilton, Hillsborough, Auctioneer-John R. Lloyd. # :,{'v ..' 'r, '1

Addison and others, which was read the first time, the rule waived, Nicks Paikhill, Smithson, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-25. Santa Rosa, Escambia, St. Johns, Alachua, Madison aud Orange For Monroe Comity. ',.. ,:.. 3 '. :
read the second and third times!:! by its title, and put upon its passage, Nays-Messrs. Cousins, Duval and Penn3.So Counties that have not been offered for sale, appraised and offered ; Commissioners of Alexander Patterson Frederick filer I
4 Pilotage- ,
the bill stated. An define the line
which the vote was passed-title as act to boundary between Duval and Nassau .

upon t'as-fr.: :Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Brokaw, Buffington, Carter Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A Counties ; andResolution John Curry, Sen. : r'. .. ..'\ ',, t 1
Clyatt, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Helvenston, bill to be entitled an 'act to amend an act incorporating the St. asking Congi ess to establish a mail Route from :Mel- Respectfully JAMES, E. BROOMED --. ; t '

Ball, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, McQueen Nicks Penn Augustine and Picolata Railroad Company, lonVille to Bayport. '
Holmes, nominations tnereJn cvt&Stfod* ":
Which read nnd motion
Was read the third time and its which the Senate bill be entitled was: on I
Whitfield and Wilson-23. put upon passage, upon to an act to provide for the payment of the :
Vogt vote volunteer of Hansford wore advised and consented to. :$ & '... I
was: D.
Captain *
; and ;Mims\ company Dyches,
's-'Il'ssrs. Bellamy
; Campbell ,
So)the resolution was adopted-title as stated. Yens-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.! Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and third The Committee on Enrolled Bills made the following repotttST' '
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Buffington, Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Fontane, times by its title and put upon its passage,upon which the vote was : The Committee on Enrolled Bills ask leave to report" 'the following

Senate bill to l he entitled an acl for the relief of James N. Hendrv. Frink, Gettis, Helvenston, Holmes, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, Mc. Yeas Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Braddock. Brokaw, Camp bills and resolution as correctly enrolled: the duties" of the
bill l be entitled define
Queen, Mims Nicks Parkliill Smithson Whitfield and Wil bell Carter Cousins Davidson Duval :Frink to an act to specifically t
Sheriff of Hamilton Vogt, Hoennans,
80n-27. Helvenston Hull Johnston Board of County Commissioners'of Monroe County ..:.:&:.
Ingram Mims Nicks Park-
McLeary, ,
Was read the third time and put its which the .
upon passage upon Nays-None. hill, Smithson, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-24. A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Haley, T. Blocker .". I'
vote was: So the bill sed Sheriff of Leon County; "
title stated.
Yeas-:Mr.\ Speaker, :Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock Brokaw pa as NaysNone.So
Resolution asking Congress the grant to St. .Fjpncb ...
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A the bill passed-title as stated. \ 1 ,.. J
Campbell Carter, Clyatt Davidson Duval Fontane "
the of St.
bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the Railroad Companies Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A City Augustine; I
Frink, Gettis, Heermans, Helvenston,. Holmes, Hull, IngraIn, Johnston in (this State, bill to be entitled an act to define specifically the duties of the A bill to be entitled'an act to authorize< Daniel Young to establish"a 1
McLean', McQueen, Mims, Smithson, Vogt Whitfield and Warehouse or I
Ferry across the Suwannee River at or Bear the ;
Was read the third time and, on motion of Mr. Buffington, indefinitely Board of County Commissioners of Monroe\ County, with Senate ,
Wilson-27. postponed.A amendment thereto, A bill to amend tho Road Laws of Nassau County : ,
Nays-None. An act to amend act entitled an fact to provide for the appoint.
bill to be entitled an act to fix the standard of Weights and Came up in order.
So the bill passed-title as stated. ment of Inspectors of Tar and Turpentine in this State, approved
Measures\ On motion, the House concurred In said amendment. ..
Ordered that the same be tertified to the Senate. Jan. .
Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third time Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate, and that: the bill 6, 1855 ;
The Committee on Agriculture made the following report : A bill to be entitled an act to facilitate the construction of the St.
amended be enrolled.
by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : as
The Committee on Agriculture to whom referred the bill
was to Johns and Indian River Canal
\ Senate bill be entitled for the relief ;
Yeas-Messrs. Brokaw, Duval and Parkhill-3. to an act of Sumter County,
be entitled an act to fix the standard of weights and measures, Was read the first time the rule waived read the second and third An act to prevent unnecessary cost in suits at law in this State ; ,
Nays-:Mr :Speaker:; Messrs. Arnau ,Braddock, Campbell, Carter, :
REPORT: Cousins, Davidson, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Helvenston! Hull, In times by its titleand put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : An act to authorize James A. Pierce to establish a Ferry oirYet. ''- f
That they have had the satx.e under consideration and deem it in. gram Johnston, McLeary, Mims\ Nicks, Smithson, Vogt and Wilson Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, low River. .
expedient to legislate upon the subject at this time. -20. Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, C. P. CHAIRS, Chairman. .; f

Respectfully submitted/ So the bill was rejected.A Heermans, Helvenston, Hull, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, Mims\ Which was read. I;
GEORGE WHITFIELD, Char'n. Committee from the Senate informed the House that the Sen Nicks, Parkhill, Smithson, Whitfield and Wilson-25. The following bills and resolution which bad passed both Houses I' /
Which report was received and concurred in, and the accompany.ing ate concurred in the resolution rescinding the 6th Joint Rule. Nays-None. were transmitted to his Excellency the Governor, viz: .
bill placed among the orders of the day. The following message: was received from the Senate: So the bill passed-title as stated. An act to define specifically the duties of the Board! of County -t I

Senate bill to be entitled an act concerning limitation of actions, :SENATE:; CHAMBER, 27ih December, 1856. Ordered that the same he certified to the Senate. Commissioners op Monroe county ; -, 1 tAn "
Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third.time by Hont Speaker of the 'louse of! Represenlaiires : Senate bill to be entitled an act for the benefit of those Counties, act for the relief of Haley Blocker, S.tlenff of Leon county|. 1 t I

its title, and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : SIR-The Senate has passed the following bills and resolution, Cities and Towns, which have subscribed, or may hereafter subscribefor An act to authorize Daniel Young to establish a ferry across the' ,
Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, viz : stock in any Railroad or other work of Internal Improvement in Suwannee River at or near the Warehouse ; :-. k '1r--\ i: t1

Buffington, Carter, Clyatt, Duval], Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Helvenston House bill' to amend the Road Laws of Nassau county; this State, An act to amend the Road Laws of Nassau* county ; u i"
Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, McQueen, Mims, House hill to be entitled an act to define specifically the duties of Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and third An act to amend an act entitled an act to provide for the appointment ti ;
Parkhill, Smithson, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson25. the Board of County Commissioners of Monroe county, with the times by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was: of Inspectors of Tar and Turpentine in this State, approved i i i ;
Nays-None. Yeas-Mr. Messrs. Braddock Carter January 6,1855; -
following amendment: Speaker, Bellamy, Clyatt,
So the bill passed-title as stated. Cousins Davidson Duval Helvenston Hull Minis Nicks An act to facilitate the construction of the St. Johns and Indian
Strike out the words to the maintainance of lunatics and insane Vogt, .
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Whitfield and Wilson-15. River Canal ; + J .
Senate bill to be entitled an act for the benefit of Nassau persons. Arnau Brokaw Fontane Frink Gettis An act to prevent unnecessary cost in suits at law in this State 1.} .... .j 1
county House resolution asking Congress to grant the St. Francis Barracks Nays-Messrs. Campbell, .. f It
An act to authorize James A. Pearce to establish Yd ..
Heermans Johnston Parkhill and Smithson 12.' a Ferry on p. t if
to the city of St. Augustine; Ingram, McLeary, .
Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third time by House bill to be entitled an act to authorize Daniel Young to es. So the bill passed-title as stated. low River; and -" t. I
its title, and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was: tablish a ferry across the Suwannee River at or near the Warehouse I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Resolution asking Congress to grant the St. Francis Barracks.to" f 4
Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, ; Senate bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Nourse & Brooks, the City of St. Augustine. I f: f
IJuffington, Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, (House bill to be entitled an act relative to associations organizedto of Franklin County, The following message was received from the Senate : ;

Frink, Gettis, Heertnans, Helveaston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, John- construct Lines of Telegraph; Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and SENATE CHAMBER, 27th December, 1856. = f .
don McLeary, lIcQaeenoHms:\ Parkhill, Smithson, Vogt, Whit- House bill to be entitled an act to facilitate the construction of third times,by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote Hon. Speaker of the House of Representatives :
field and 'ih'on-28.. '. the St. Johns and Indian River Canal ; vas : SIR-The Senate has passed House bill to be entitled an act for I

Nays-None. House bill 10 amend an act entitled an act to provide for the appointment Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnati, Bellanvy, Braddock, Brokaw, benefit of Commerce. Respectfully, "II"IIthe
So the bill passed-title as stated. of Inspectors of Tar and Turpentine in this State, approved Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, Frink, S. JL PERRY, Secretary of the Senate. t .
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. January G, 1855 ; I Gett's, Heermans, Helvenston, Hull, Ingram, Johnston, :McLeary, Which was read, and the accompanying bill ordered to be enrolled. '. t t
Senate bill to be entitled an act to regulate the Pilotage at the House bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Haley. Blocker, Mims, Nicks, Parkhill, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-26. The foil wing message was received from the Senate :

Port of St. Marks, Sheriff of Leon county ; Nays-None. SENATE: CHAXBBB, 27th December, 1856. '
Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third time by An act for the relief of Nourse & Brooks of :Franklin county ; So the bill passed-title as stated. Hon. Speaker cif tIle House of Representatives :. t I

its title, and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the Sheriff of Madison Ordered that the same be certified to [the Senate. SIB-The Senate has passed the following bills and resolution,m : J

Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, uffing.ton county ; Senate bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the Sheriff of Mad- House bill to be entitled an ,act making i appropriation the ,ex. u:r
Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, A bill to be entitled an act for the benefit of those Counties, ison County, penses of the State Government for the fiscal 1657,, and for
Frink, Ge ;:s, Heermans, Helvenstm, Holmes, Ingram, Johnston, Cities and Towns which have subscribed for or may hereafter sub Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and other purposes; .. ?
McLeary, ;itO( Teen, Smithson, Whiifield and Wilson-24. scribe for st.ck in any Railroad or work of Internal Improvementin third times by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the House bill to change the names of Lucinda Hunter and ,James
Nays'n.: <*Jrokaw and Parkhill2.So this State. vote was : Newman "
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the bill passed-title as stated. House bill to be entitled an act to divide Duval county and to Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, House resolution authorizing the Governor to turn.over forty mus 'I
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. organize a new county to be called Baker county, has been rejectedbo Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Frink, Gettis, kets and accoutrements to the Ancient City Guards.. --- ....,- .*, S
Senate bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to organize the the Senate. Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, McLeary, Nicks, The Senate has receded from its amendment to'House'afll to be

Supreme Court of the State of Florida, Very Respectfully, Parkhill, Smithson, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-25. entitled an act requiring the Register of Public Lands to. bare .all
Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the S. J. PERRY, Nay-Mr. l\-lims-l. the School Lands in Holmes and Calhoun counties appraised/And:
vote was: Secretary of the Senate. So the bill passed-title as stated. offered for sale.

Yeas-:Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Buffington, Carter, Which was read and the Senate bills and amended House bill Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. The Semite has indefinitely postponed House bill to.be.entitled
Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Duva'', Fontine, Gettis, Heermans, Hel were placed among the orders of the day, and the House bills and The following bills and resolutions which had passed the House act to regulate the cost for advertising Sheriff'Sales in ,the peblio ,
venston, Holmes, Hull, Parkhill, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-19.Na3s resolutions which had passed the Senate without amendment were were'transmitted to the Senate, viz : newspapers of this State. The Senate has also indefinitely .
-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brokaw, Campbell, Ingram, 31 c- ordered to be enrolled. Senate bill to be entitled an act for the relief of James N. Hen- ed a resolution relative to taking the Census of Baker county.pocipon-

Leary, McQueen and Smithson7.So Senate bill to be entitled an act explanatory of an act to organize dry, Sheriff of Hamilton County ; The Senate has adopted House amendment to Senate,bal ta? 'Be
the bill passed-title as stated. the county of Volusia, approved December 29, 1854, Senate bill to be entitled an act concerning Limitation of Actions; entitled an act for the relief of James N. Hendry, Sheriff Bamfl- "
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and third Senate bill to be entitled an act for the benefit of Nassau County ; ton county. "'

bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the Perdido Railroad times by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was: Senate bill to be entitled an act to regulate the Pilotage the A bill to be entitled an act to change the name of Ellen E..Branch J >

Company, Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Bro I Port of St. Marks ; House bill to be entitled an act to incorporate Marion Lodge No. \";
Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third ti.no kaw, Buffin'jton, Campbell, Carter, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fon : Senate bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to organize the 19, in the Town of Ocala, Marion county, East Florida; .

by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : tane, Frink, Gettis, Helvenston, Hull, Ingram, McLeary, McQueen, Supreme Court of Florida ; House resolution for the relief of John Addison and.others;" ,
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, Mims, Nicks Vogt, Whir field and Wilson-24. A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the Perdido Railroad A resolution for the relief of John B. Cason and David Gray j ; ,'. :t,t ..

Bnffington, Campbell, Carter, Clyatt, Cousins, Davidson, Fontane, Nays-None. Company ; House bill to be entitled an act to amend an aot incorporating the :
Helvenston, Hull, Johnston, Parkhill. Whitfield nnd Wilson-18. So the bill passed-title as stated. A bill to be entitled an act to regulate the cost of, advertising Sheriff St. Augustine and Picolata Railroad Company ;
Nays-Messrs. Duval, Gettis, Heerraans, Holmes, Ingram, McLeary Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Sales in the public; newspapers of this State ; A bill to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Perdklo. :

: McQueen, Smithson and Vogt.-9. Senate bill to be entitled an act to fix and locate the county site Resolution relative to taking the Census! of Baker County ; Railroad Company ; ** .% f*. "
So the bill passed-title as stated. of Orange county, A bill to be entitled an act making appropriations for the expensesof House bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the St. A ngtastine, ... eN; .t.4

Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A Was read the first time, the rule waived,read the second and third the State Government for the fiscal year 1857, and for other purposes and St Johns River Railroad Company. .,.: .,
bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to times by its! title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : ; Respectfully, .r '. '.' ;.'t-l.;."!' .....
amend the execution law, Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Braddock, Brokaw, Buffing- A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act incorporating the St. s. J. PERRY '

Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third time ton, Carter, Cousins, Davidson, Fontane, Frink, Gettis, Heermans, Augustine and Picolata Railroad Company ; Secretary of.the Senate.;i v
by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : Helvenston, Hull, Ingram, Johnston, McLeary, Mims, Nicks, Park- Senate bill to be entitled an act explanatory of an act to organ- Which was read. ; .;,...
Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy, Brokaw, Carter, Davidson, Duval, Gettis hill, Smithson, Vogt and Wilson-23. ize the county of Volusia, approved December 29, 1854 ; Ordered, that the House bills and resolutions which bad .;
and Helvenston. Senate bill to be entitled an act to fix and locate the county site the d, .._'
Nayj-None. Senate be enrolled, and that the Senate bIlls and resola4ionz.ijr..... .. -
Nays-Mr.: Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Braddock, Buffington, Camp So the bill passed-title as stated. of Orange county ; placed among the orders of the day. .' ..
bell Cousins Holmes Johnston !Me-\ Senate bill to be entitled an act to provide for the payment of the : .".'".... ... *'
Heermans, Ingram, McLeary, Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. The following message was received from the Senate: 1
Queen, Parkhill, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson-16. The following bills! and resolutions which had passed the House, Volunteer Company of Captain Hansford D. Dyches ; SENATE V
entitled for the relief of Sumter CHAXU2, 27 Dec., 1858. :
Senate bill to be an act county ; ,
So the bill .
was rejected.A were transmitted to the Senate, viz : Hon. Speaker of the House .
the of Senate bill to be entitled an act for the benefit of those Counties, of Representatives_ : i i
bill to be entitled an act to regulate cost advertising A bill to be entitled an act to benefit Commerce ;
Sheriff sales in the public newspapers of this State, A bill to be entitled an act to change the names of Lucinda Hunter Cities and Towns which have subscribed or may hereafter subscribefor SIB-The Senate has concurred in House amendment to a bill to* S
Was read the second time, the rule waived, read the third time and James Newman, and for other purposes ; stock in any Railroad or work of Improvement in this State; be entitled an act in favor of the Araercan. : Telegraph Cowaiay.: .' .J"
by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the St. Augustine and Senate bill to be entitled an act for tie relief of Nourse & Brooksof rize The James Senate B. Brown has also passed a bill to be entitled ana* ** tai Mtfi...", '

Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnao, Braddock, Brokaw, Buffing. St. Johns River Railroad Company ; Franklin county ; and, to establish a ferry across the StJote I* .. I
;t oI..Ki-'
at Buffalo ;
ton, Campbell, Carter, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fontane, Frink, A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the Railroad Companies Senate bill to be entitled an act for the relief of the Sheriff of or near Bluff. .. I

Gettis, Heermans, Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram, Johnston, in this State ; Madison county.On Very respectfully ,, : f- .. t
McQueen, Parkhill, Vogt and Whitfield-23. A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate Marion Lodge, in the motion, the House took a recess for 15 minutes.At a j.OvCrBUrv.' PEDDV" ,. --..., I
Nay-Mr. Wilson-I. Town of Ocala, in Marion County, East :Florida; the expiration of the recess the House resumed its session-a Which 'w*> .tblt' oof 4iHE;'J rUflB ,..
So the bill passed-title as stated. Resolution for the relief of Lieut. John Addison and others; quorum present. was read, and the accompanying bin,placed Bison. *"or..
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Resolution authorizing the Governor to turn over forty muskets On ,motion of Mr. Gettis, a Committee was appointed, consistingof dera of the day. : *\TT '-;*'1If6, .<' ., t I
Messrs. Gettis and Helvenston to wait the Sen- The following message was received from the Senate r.'v: : *: *;' i
McLeary ,
Resolution relative to HSjjig the Census of Baker county, and accoutrements to the Ancient City Guards; upon r.n. "" t
Was read the third time Sftd put upon its passage, upon which Senate bill to be entitled an act to incorporate a Bank in the city ate and ask the return of Senate bill to be entitled an act lo amendan SENATE CUjXB1Dee.. 27th.U Z. ....
the vote was: of Apalachicola ; act to authorize the business,of banking.A Hon. Speaker of the House of Representatives : :'7' I fl

Yeas-Mr.;Speaker, Messrs.\ Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, Senate bill to be entitled an act increasing the salary of the Gov- Committee from the Senate returned said bill to the House. SIB-The following bills have passed the Senate tha'Iir : I.

Bnffington, Campbell, Carter, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, fontane, ernor's Private Secretary ; Said bill was read a third time. An act for the relief of Joel Walker, !late .Sheriff r,(t J t
Frink, Gettis, Heermans: Helvenston, Holmes, Hull, Ingram,Johnston Senate bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act The rule being waived to permit' amendments t. said bill, on motion county ; \. : :
McLeary, McQueen; Miens, Parkhil!, Penn, Smithson, Vogt, to raise a revenue for the State of Florida, and for other purposes, of Mr. Gettis, said bill was amended by.'adding another section A bill to be entitled an act to)locate tha .Sem ouyr 'E W'io JU1- '

Whitfield and Wilson-29. approved July 26, 1845; thereto.Said. be established West of the Sawannee ; -.. -:. .
Nays-None. Senate resolution for a division of Duval County ; bill was then put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : An act to authorize Fitzwilliam B. Ta y cir, of Je ir .t 7 to '"
So the resolution was adopted-title as stated. Senate resolution for the protection of public property ; Yea's Messrs. Arnau, Bellamy, Braddock, Brokaw, Buffington, assume the management o(.bis own estate i "
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Senate resolution in relation to the accounts of Captains Jerniganand Carter, Cousins, Davidson, Fontane, Frink, Helvenston, Holmes, An act to 'amead' an act to eatabliab' -th&* G' _"at :$c oltt'ttdad.'
The Committee. Engrossed Bills made the following report : Devall ; Hull, Johnston, Mims, Vogt and Whitfield17.: repeal certain acts in relation thereto; .. .
The Committee on Engrossed Bills'ask leave to report the following Senate resolution to allow double per diem to the President of the NayS-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Campbell, Duval, Gettis, Heermans, An act to anthorize Adia Eleazer. WdfUZ'. '
.1ft ill t.
bills and Ingram, McLeary, McQueen and Wilson-9. and be contracted With ',to .i.
as correctly engrossed, via: Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives; i' :I 1.
A bill to be entitled An act to amend an net incorporating the St. Senate bill to be entitled an act for the better protection of prop- So the bill passed-title stated. A bill to.be entitled an act to amend ar' t. .
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. tablith.the ad wrlort J
Augustine of
: and Pifoltta Railroad Company system tazatior
; erty. ; ,
1.. ""
An,act making appropriations for.the expenses of the State Gov. The following bills and resolution which had passed both Houses On motion, a Committee was appointed, ,consisting "of Messrs. 1855 4- : ?- ." .; ,
ernment for the J3tcI'yesr' 1857 and for other purposes. and had been duly enrolled, were transmitted for approval to his Ex. Gettis, Nicks and .Davidson; to'wait upon his ,Excellency the Governor House bill an act to authorize '. ; "tt.1't
'him that the General be .
and Inform Assembly would f Suwannee a
prepared !
JOHN FRINK Chairman.t cellency the Governor, viz: ; i'
mw.I .
Which,wu'hd- 'l. An'act to provide for the payment of the debts of the State ; to adjourn sine die at 5 o'cl kiP. M. Vt 'D "r' '' :f : {
A. toU to.be.'entitled'ttract" 'making t appropriation for the expen- An >act.to regulate the pilotage of the St.John's'Bar and River; On motion, the House'took. a'..receu..0.-. until. 3 o'clock, P. M. .. '.! A 8.'}.Bittr.1-tI" :

!rJlt! K.ff t l! C'toi't6eflsoal: year year' 1857, and for* Air'act to)'secure the better execution of the' Patrol Laws ; \ :' ; a---r.-:.... .
,. .; 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. WIUOII..WU read. ... .. tf<
...,, --""". "; ,, }.- '' ,:An 3ctgranting'to, the'..City'of .Peniacobv, certain l lands therein a., .w.. ,
< J' ...,..-. _' (. 4 .- r' ". .,.;' ., '.. mentioned ;; u1-cr. .,' ,: ';4.-d: ;*." : :'< The.'House resumed its.:session-=:a.quorum 1 present. .; 0 ere&httF *e. Noaae. thiIb. h<< ., i\roU et :I; .. -i:1i1ti t tIi z
hIi 'WIf : ."' bill ammenIof'theameuatas amend'an .authorize extend The following ws* received from ;Hit Excellency thM n la veil limo tit amen Qf ( ;
: "' anieadtaenta f aid.. sas ,An act to ftct. ount'yPP'onera.to mesuge : :I .... I a : ". 't! '';''' '... _. ,\
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& .\TJo; ('uAUss..nth 1)ec., 16J I For Culull I. .! ('.lint.'. Florida Conference Appointments*
it IraniHl.T Order to reign in Kai-sas
f appears under
i Hon. Speaker cf the 11nK..edf licprefrniaticcs : uctioneRen'Len II. Charles. ihrrihinn We are indebted to the Rev. Anderson the

'.' iKThe Senate: lias passed to folloxving resolution, viz: RespectfuJlv, -- for a I list of the appointments of the Florida firm and judicious management of GOT. Gear,.
JmesVe6tcott.. JAMES E. BUOOME. I He has already shown himself a "bo
A resolution in favor l ; nun
A L I. A HA SR E : i Conference for the present year a* follows :
fa Tiie Serrate has concurred in the amendment to the bill to be entitled Which was read, and the nomination therein made was advised I cannot be trifled with. Knowing his dnti
,1i : an act to ametnl an act authorizing the business of banking, and consented to. 3 lSS' i I TaJlihaxxee District-. R. Plummcr. E. he has verve to perform them and! nil .

.i adopted by tire House of Representatives.Very Ordered that the same be certified to l ifis i Excellency the Govern Saturday. JaB'J -- ._ I! Ttllah:15.'t.---J' M. Wright. feel tonfid.nce in his ability,discretion appearto
- -- J. Anderson J. J. aiui
.t( respectfully, Qnincv- Scaly, SujtI.eon

is. J. PERRY, or.Th? lolloxxia message xx-a? received l from the Senate '. Floridian 2L Jonrnal-Redaction of the -Geo.; \'. Pratt. power in his appropriate sphere. Had G
Secretary of the Senate. SE-XATI: CIL\:IREI:, Dec.1S.6. Price-!Cash System. Leon Col'd Mi**.-J- II. :M. Gardner.; Geary; or such another as he, been the first

Which wa read aid the accompanying resolution placed among 110,?. Sjvairr of the The propnetnrof this papl'r. dniroll'l l *f fitwrttns Chairs Mis*.-(. B. .Standby.Npxvport Governor of Kaca, w*> verily I believe tJatI

the (.r,5 5f. of t the
r rule lwin J waived Mr.I Gettis i .troducet! a resolution for the SIH-The Senate ha, rejected l (House resolution for the relief of *, an.! at the ..i w tim t.. d rurt-- 'l.nm.-lf Wnknlla.C. (Cannon.Gnd He
succeeded 1 weak and ;
nlief of II. ). Derrick. H. ):\. Derrick. Very Hesftectftilix. from !'nuu. losses in..j.I.It31 to the orwlit, .v.f'm. ; d'n-E. B. Duncan.South a unprincipled man m

\1.ichL read the first time, the rule waived, read the second S. J. PERRsecret' a rv* of the Senate. hat conclu'tal! tll adopt the (. d-h.----A. W. Harri-. the person of Ret-der. and a dividab* de :.:!.

.. and third: limes by its tiile.Mr. Which xx-n- read. SYSTKM \pI rhi"lIlt-G.; \\'. V&SS- chef, incapable of ,performing the high ,jot Yo

Hufiiiftoii mnvd I that the rule be waived to T permit him to Senate bill, to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act CASH S. P. UtchanNon, Bible .\t. ; J.i*. Pttler, entrusted to his charge in the person of Sit

offer an amendment to said resolution on its third reading," establish the ad ,'a10rem'tem of taxation, with all Uxe 'nbscribr who rrtidf out nftkf Stairpf Tract Agent.Jlainhriil Ilun.rnw !!
'l lponhich motion the yeas sue! ua\s were called for by Messrs.IJutiin Was read the first ticue.Mr. Horitlo, accompanied by ft reducUon m the pn. ."f It ml.-W. M. l Kennedy, I P. E, i t outrages 'f"n-

ton arid Penu. and were as fol.oxvsea : ( Gettis moved I that the rule be waived to read the bill a second of the pap"r Ludu the [y"tm thud imtitnteij. tLn W. ire result of these two hinni9tration of the
B-'nbrid L.
\ -Mr. Speaker[ Messr-. Aniau. But1in toll. Carter, Davidsoii. time bv its title, up' which! motion the yeas and nays. were paper will hh l furiji,ht .i our unbvribvrs! out of the -;p J.--A. Towers.Murpln.NVxxton government of the infant Territory of }beautiful

s-oii. h fitane, Gettis, Whittit-Id and \\ ikon-U.Nas called for hv \1 IS!!:. nuiin_ton and Penn, and were as follows : State at -i per annnrai ndi-anrr Tim clay 1 otour Ulakelx -R. II. HA.VIVII.Milfnni Kansas. Fanaticism for the present rnkil.

-Messrs. Ikaddock, liroktxv. CampMI, Cou in$. Duval, Tea.-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Urokaxv, Burlington, sub-vnbori 't\'illl. allowed! nntil the "Oth of February I Miss.-J. M N. Lnxve.Morgan the hour and as is usn"I1"the case the work!

._ Hecrraans.,. H"lx-enstoji. (Hull. ItI r.tu. JIcLeary, Mciueen( Minis, Campbell!, Carter D ival. Fontane. (;eui, Helvenston. Injram. next. t" mike pavmont for the pre! >nt year Thoum Coleman. lowest
the and debased
*?miiavou and Y o=t-14. Johnston McLearv.. McQueen( Nicks, Penn \ ogt, WLitfiel I and and l tliu *) will ra"N t> receive it. Albany-F. A. Branch. over rnont portion of

>o the House relu-ed: txaixe the rule WiUon-IU_ The paper will i,j furr.i-hii our Florida subscriber'a Decatnr; T. A. (Camlth.Thdmurilf' society were foremost in the melt With

Tae resolution was then put ufX&l its piage.I UK \\hich the t\-'Il's=r:. Cousin* and! Heerman :. : f'2 ]per annum in advance or :*3 at the en.1 I of the nothing to lose and everything to gain bv &v
nul.-p. P. Smith P. K.
xote was : So tiiere xanot a quorum x-otng: .vea-, allowing them two months from the date of ex i: change urged on bx those superior to them

"4.3-Mr. Sj p'.J1.cr1t'S'rs.. .\rlnu. Uraddock, Urukaxv. UuSin:. On motion the House adJourn(snir dit'. piKLtinn of suWnption. in which to make an advance Thom:1.s"illpr; hJ.m. in knowledge', wealth, and the influence

Ion, C'amlltell: i Carter. DixKU'ni, Fontane. (;dti5, HeennansVhit- payment. These term will be adhered to nzi.Jly- roo\'rsrill-'I.; C. Smith.Troupvillt of
-- --- the they rushed to the
-C. Itai fort I. priesthowl slaughter
liei'i i and IVil holi-ll: The I political character cf the t'lornit'in. i Journal

>;".--Messrs. Cousins' D\ I. lUlvenston. Hull Ingram. 31cIearj CHIEF ENGINEER'S REPORT. i i b wet!: uuierM'xn!!. It will continue to lvocatf Al.ip.dia Mss-A. Davi- : and( to an extent became human fien l.. it'

McQueen, Minis, tuithson: ami \ ugt-10.rvTtbv I>i m'JCTatc principles ill lepcn I lently of all clique; I 4l Aucilla Miss.-\\ W. Griffin., such a term be admissible.It f .

resolution was adcp't.'J-tillt' a* statetl. l'K>kiri': only t.. the integrity and permanent 6ucee3c Grand; Bat,: J. W. Jackson. will! I*. understood, of
Ordered that; the vame I be cei tilled to tier Jennie. o)r"rtcl: m PF.'i"-\I'OI.\" (;ioiii\ R:. R.: Co. ( cf the Iteruocraiic party. We soliou live* wh) areplfattl Isabella )ti i-s.-To }b pnpphed.Hint coarse, that m

Said resolution was transmitted to the Senate.A 'l'tLLtt1A-,-E.Dccenibtr'.J.1'3( ( River-F. I R. C. E11U.Oclocknee this sweeping t51'rtion1 do not wish to in.
with! our paper me otily t-> continue their
Comnutteti'lruut the Senate asked the return cf a bill to be en. 7o th' President and Directors of tin owu subscription, b'-.: al- ta aid in extending our Miss.-T. J. Johnson. elude all l, or even a fourth part of the settler

tided an act m-ikm;: appiopriations :fur iiie expenses 0: the >tate Prmacola anil (;corg ia Rail Road Company.iETLE.ME : crcuLition b\ ;ettirs: up club r> tiier vicinity Moultrie Miss.-('. P. Mnrdock.R ( of h3n ts.'e have reason to believe that

for the fiscal 16."i7, and fur other I II. Lucky, Fletcher Institute.Muduon .
year purposes..Messrs.
( : > :: Since I cnlt'red'our service, on the -Olh of October the great mas- of tlni-e who emigrated; j there
luram4tt and McLearx were sppomted a Committeto Ih'ilrlfl-J. W. Mills P. I:
r bill the Senate. to short a time has elapsed that 1 Mould not prepare a report for rHe; :; \\'. N.Chandom. a Baptist Min nth the hones? intention of beronnn bmuiJilt
return said to annual meeting. a< much in detail a- would be desirable. Madi on-D. L Kennetix.Mnnticelln e
)Ir. J liudington moxed that the ruIl'Cl i n.d to permit him to -your istfr.. xx ill preach in the Methodist( Protestant residents. were a* good mt-r. a- thcoon.
From the 10th i" the 30th of \onom Jt'r. I was ab ent at the Northon -S. oodberrx-; .
introduct: a resolution fur the relief oJ Mel*on Navies, upoiLich: ) businesforth'. Company and iiaxv. only time now t" lay before Church on t. morrow at the usual hou. South Madi-on-T. R.: BaWtt.Madison : try trill on aa average {rodace.Vhnt n-e

tiioiiou the yeas and nay- were called ior l i\, Messrs. liutlingtotiaudIvnn. YOU the resultof the change-in location jn-t completed, together l ---- --- Cold Mission-To \supplied do sax i-the effervescing- tin earth tunic
The Exerciseof'tht: Florida Institute will
l l"llox\s.!
J and were as : '\'ithill alt;'ruxrnlte'! o-timnt" of thc >-? of{ tj-! Bind which 15 l eliexfd Santa I'etTu t b.* sap .Iied. marshaled th- country over and J piled ul thPr; ,
I \t.as-Mr. Speaker, )It H.5. Atnau, Duthngtou. Carter. DaxidsonFontaiie. i comment'oidnedax! IIt'XI.ot ,
; t. }beverx nearly accurauc.I5x Hamilton W. K Turnerr J. Carraxvny.Sup. for the most
(;eta-. lieixesmon. (Huli.! McLeary.: McQueen, Mims! -- unworthy purposes, bv m-n onotl.
: .
: and enenrvof th .I i.mt Kncri .
U(:- ecri.Mr. -
; 'iic kr Penn iMUithson. \ "tgt. \\hitneld and \\ iison-1. a Candidate statesmen p p lJii1 ei.tn. and far worse
: L. W. DuB/i- and )lr. \\m. 1' Lee ill charge of parties in the Suxvannee .Mission-W. P. O'Cain.
:' -Messrs. Uraddock. l)>okaxi Campbell, Cou: ,iu.5. Dax'ai, We lap bee. requested l I.x Dr. Win I K.Hnvxvard CnlumbialcCu'Jk. clergymen-and thuwliat JJiuuJJIt"l ha
rield we have re-located about sixty mile- of the Road nnce the oecurred. -

t II l't.'mU15. wd ingram-a. '-(:h of October thereby. O.IXW< ) cubic to announce. that he i i. not a candidate .\Hiator-J.\1. Hendrx. th:y were ant) in future will \1)1 |ItpI{
refused waive the rule three-fburtiis
: tiie' House to not
thereior.Mr voting yard- of es:th xvorL. winch at tnarteen cent:. i Ie';jual! to'nty tho:.- for th, nliiec of Intemiant. S. Mary Uul.-T. N, G'ardner 1. I II resjx! >nsible for in the page of hi>torv.

Swith son oGVrvd{ the folloxving re ohitivu! which were cnaaiinouslx sand dollars. --- St. Mary:J. W. Points.l'entretilb Threspectable and decent portion of tt!w
Tile Ilrid the Suwannee River the location i i" tiicaragua.NonvithtauUIBZ .
:e across present .
adopted: and Saltilla Col'd.'H. .-G.J inhabitants of Kansas, from North and South
.bulk inlhtuit drmr, ltnd! I there will W no objection to thatat the of tntel'igefCe
a l presanv : reception J S. ). 11'ilson.
Rtsvind. (Tsai UK. thank* of tLi House are herein tendered to o\'Hlr. Mace done ne, in
the C'olumbacrostnr .) trill not cost more than thirtx thousandtioiiars. except self-detente.
tLe (Hon. H. \ :"MiilJ!; i:'r theaule and impartial! manner iii xxhicii IK : from Central Am'rira. nothing sati. Brua is wick ta.-'nlO.o. Gardner.; _
and can he built !f<>: ies? than that ilno unforeseen; diaicultu1-: and mark it* men thousands of miles axvav
bas }>rtnied over its deiit.erauoas curing tue present session.AV. factory i* know!! coticenn: :n: \\ d {':;. '!! *' Brun-xxicK (Circuit-A. M 1. DivLltam .

.,'t accounts
the Road! has are v.ry r.
The whole 1enth of been increased than
berebx ienderJ ta the Clerk and. other O:liver for the faithful ding not more .p..h--J.. L. 1Vi ltarits.IItintewkly'li. or declaiming; from the pulpit or the rostrum
one-third of J, milt- by these chances the location tJ.tE'IJH.Jt.\: potts that he victorious. in urge-at t\':lli-i t"' ,
charge of tnti- duties during the present sessionMr. J. "h'k. one tit beaJ"d.. xxhVtproi! ally could not U- induce! bx' love
But1in ton Hayed that tie rule be xvaixcd to jtcrcut him to shows an estimate oi'the cost of the l Road with equipment- suaicientt and another: in cio,e succession that b-- s f :-i>- W aresbom-\\'m. Peeler.
p U shows or money to n'ntnre"ithin the reach of heraing
the Statement the len til of th
introduce a Tn.o1o:0i: for the relief: of Melton Haynes.The iierin transjiortation. = solartlv annihilated and not aea->y spot of 5: Marx\ River. .Mis.-J. S. Quids.Irnm -
(HOlt and l'' Ienti Jf! curt- and st.-ai ht lines. that only but have induced
t : ( : showing gunpoxx-der. those \
Miss l J. J. Giles.
Cnjur decided sail II1o.io1 ou of order the pious > (iuxing {Luti leu Tha; I li.- was driven t. the moan -
i i- carved.Then
1 l.'i of tin li'f i
cent }
rc-iu-eii! i to wlJn' trie rules lur that purjx M a short time prl'iou:5.ir. pe- Cindt-I F. Lamer. intelligent bat more cour.T;eou- than thra-
i in'i curve of shorter radms'thal 1010; feet and b 0 tuns to preserve hi, lift! v. ;di'ja: a man to
liuthugtoi aj'poaled troth the decision of tue Chair ) OcmuiytGate.(; selves to face the brunt. The eah htened
trade ex<-eedm: .1: feet [per mile.Statement back him. I It H mipo,-i ibie to nice any opine ;
Upon the (lue 1'Jc. shall! tae decision of! the Chair! be sustained (. f.how= the whole number cubic yards on the work. Jaeksiardlr )hr!.-R, McK.I T inS: P. 1:. conscience teaches us that as citizens: of: this
and calami: for iJ)1 and Penn ion except by mess, and not Lean a Y ankee.
the tea nix.- were -: r: Duiiington J:1.cssol\'ih-I. 11.
the amount done, and tii amount necessary to be done on the If.December. : T mL rlak" excellent government, we are responsible to
and\ere A, folloxxs.; wt' are not good at true=;tn;. "let tn'"l!! venture Dlack Crl't.'h-\\"W. Kuxvard.W :
for the
Ten--Slewt.lrnau, IJra :dock, Hru iw. CampWi. Cousins.Duxai i integrity of our motives and conduct -
the prediction that Walkerrill so net \ (;. M QuarteroKro.Palatka .
Before 1 took eharre of vnu- work vtu had instructeti. \rn..
lot! that he '
Fontaiie. Ileermans. IIdn Jobuston. 31cQueei. holds nicely adjusted i haance !
ml u, McLeary, -
later !lie! has ntcliect -:M. V Well
F. Let. PriU'IPlliHl11t Kmrineer: t-j make an experimental sure or come oa: triumphant. -
.. \ ojt: au: \ hi.riul.1. scal from which none
sac from Taliaha-see xxt-ftxvard t" toe Apalariucoia riser xvbsch he ( and with Feriandiro-\Vm. Da if-. can caf'f--
enenri to accouifilish anjithui ;
Nav -Messrs. L'utiin:tou. Carter, DaviusOt. (;ictus, Hull, Penn, ; '
Duval Mss.-J. A. W. John-on. that all are xveighed and jnilged
had just complete) when I arrived here. I have not had time ti.exa'iiiiH acconliuZ to
yet the reach of mortals and feel
Smtiison; and \\ ilsouSo -' HI common : wv
the roati but :i mar and profile of tutlines run iia= been Volu-ii i Mi-.-J. S. (Cotr; their deeds, and in connection with tie intin.
tie liouse ustai.ieil ine decision of the Chair. satisfied that t then commzinder arrayed
; : 1= nto ( Miss L. Ii. (;iie5.ewnt.rmiil.J. .
LurolleU Hill made, anti from this have prepared an approximate estimate, as exhibited Orange -- epee of their deeds. We that ty) (> ir-
: made the expect
Tlie Committee oa: following report : in statement I D. showing that the Road: cast!) ije graded for against him who! i? ruquijiu-- the occasion, : K. (Glover.; : J. II. Danlw.St .
titer the
T tie Conmttet-! llnrolied j Uilis; ask inner t41 report the followiuz = men who have influenced the deed
S >.4b: : .I.: per wih'I r. Lee thinks that further surveys will improve or arm be regarded ns his equal. (;Jen. Walker JomJonnson..
bdis; as correctly enrolled, xiz.nact : of which have '
tht, line first traced.I J. c. Lex. Micanopy Institute.Tawpa wrong portions o:
is evidently trying to make himself a iVe '
\ rda.utl essociatiou i tin oi i iTvlegrnpb
\ : 'igauuetl+ to construct to
I await your fuftlier, instructions as to the prosecution of the sur- DMrw-T. \\'. Cooper I*. C- Kansa trill: iiax-t- a sennns time of it when
: and tern .NajHjlt'on lieceam aid! conatanti\;
veys vest Hf the \idachtcohi) nx\T. TlffiJJl-D. I Lvne.. they Inlk.Uf' their last a<-conr.r.A .
bend C-onrnerce. >
.\H act to from the I"rated States if he can hold out
L':. P. CHAIR1IS: Chairuha. j 1 From: tharrantr'ments now mad" for the xigorons prosecctitin of Key' \\ est-W J. Duval. ,
'Lich! a:s read r your work I let! confident in expres-m ;' m% opinion that txxentxinn for a brief period, and oar f-uaiat. of: the )lanatet-To j IP supplied. Bill for the Better Protection of

Tin fuUu-ttiug mecsage received! from tie: Senate : *'- fit; tit- Rum; oil! complete; .! alit: ill operation bx Y' the 1st of man icorrvcr.. hwill found a ,:o\t'rumen t .Iartol-J. J. Richards.Ctda Slare Properly.

wafc September next ; of .- ktnti doubtiefor K" 1 J. Johnson The Jacksonville ilican of the
l'n: t.)181:1.:, Bet -7, 1Iti.. or dynasty s ytn trood vs- > Jry u 24th
On im late' visit til t .<: Northern r tie.-. I had oppor uniti- corifultm Surnter Mis.,.-J. 1'.Ittdr'w.,
the e'and I ult. rather
Hull. >/".uLf't to pre : future mhabnanta u''ttiar: contain- irn| erfec. account of
:; with Many iK !ron- \vei!! infonn 1 on the f-neral >ar.f) ct C'Raiirond :: Hiiiiboro,' Mi--,-J T Mucktoi .
Ilw:" n' ;"f:1".trf'n11lln' :
; far distant the the Senate the
H.-'Curjti and! th i bx nL: wathat th lanu It t> safe to sax that thr proceeding- upon consideration
npimon 'xprl's't..d: -
r, Hemaado J. M MIIL.
SniI1Jak Las fussed tinbi iH!! ttJ i-. utit ed m..kiu
< an act ; iioi.o- .you offer vt'th:: ,' iat''re pcured! bx th" Internal, Improvement condition! of, the! people cannot 1.be readiij.! of a (bill entitled as above, enacting
aj;' 'rop,i iation tier the: expenses of the State (;unmUHent for the fiscal l Next Conference' to tee held! at Jacksonville. .
p fO lund! n' tie ttle. mu=; rank atnon ort class securities and made worse, even if Walker be the most ni.scrufjuloos .- that from and after the passage of this
xxith: the
Jest of 1S57, (J"incaTUt."n mf'nt. xiz :
Strike out "'1 OU" and insert the following : "65000 for tij! ; .- can t>*. iieiTotiated on favorabl" terms a? soon a= the monpx. market is example of a military conqueror Payment of a Portion of the Volunteer. } act no judicial process, being the prnf pem' o''

and journals of the piesent "hes-ion of the General: As-einbly." To relieved from its present rre=nrl'' asjij despot afforded it:: the pages of moden any person or persons residing in any State
Thrnpii! ;'ln wr/;.. of th" \;t"tern+ State-. and th-} number of new :
wail; nmeuument the concurrence of the Hou-e of Repretewtathesis The whose !law throw thewav
obstacle in
history. following communication: !. enclosed tons statute: : any
into exi-t'' i i1"" b* has tu..lu!
enlerpnz spnncnnr: ir" as ; rna:-ic. crt :
i respectfully regii'\ unprecedented i demand for money, uorroxxet] at fnormnus rates and'i The Caittate6: (;Jovenitnent H throwing |i by the Hon. D. L. Y uit'.. containinfor- of the recovery. of fugitiv slave> from
try I S. J. P1IRR1, eerttarx. of the Senate. ;( aseii' in! than. ca-e- fqp'lrf".e[ tnereiv cprrulatirrTlhecotistqueuce al! ia nilluence t<. prevent the shipment of mation of unj/ortauce to ruanv of oar c:zeninJrT.'i'T : any of the slavebolding Stak'J1.: shall: be l levied

is. that many capitalista are now holding tmirmoney : I .\ (;iE EKvt'UFIICE. slue or slaves in this State."
Which was read. men and supplies to relieral t.'r. It is \ : / upon any

The House concurred in Senate amendment toi (,ill to 1 b? ('n t1laJ to avail teetns"lves of d.inirerous venture tempting rates- the policy of thi- countrv. inan uratetl bv the f i W\5in>CKO\ Dec !:.. lN"G. ) The measure was made the special order
lan and of the best Northern Railroads are
some now twenty
rrmn: *
HM. D. 1.. 11..rnutc
act making appropriations lor the of the State Goxenmient '- |I Yulee : or
fxjx-nsep for WIH- :and rood IVa uingtoh, not to become a particular day, at which time i iU
for the ti cal \''*ar 1-">7, and for other purposes.Ordered ; per cent money. DCAI: >IH-In reply> to the request of Alirerno'i -
l All ot which i i- Tl.'E}f'dfuH.su. Jmitit, embroiled either i 1:1: foreiirn war between adopted by the Senate without discussion, as
nations list
that the same certiiied to the Senate, and that the bill : 1 S. Spear. ]., enclose} in your letter

as :uneIlJ 4i I It* enrolled. THEOVOlUI: ; I-rr, or civil! feudamonr tIle same. Let of the '-UI in::, that measures may bt' we are informed and. peradventure without

The following bills Lich had jiaseed both Houses of the GeneralAsscmbh t Chin J.nsinecr.STATEilKXT others fight out their own quarrel and we taken for the payment of Captain Rntlantl's the consideration due so important a subjectby

', and had UVn duly t'IHHII "<. were uansmittid for appro- I fight oars, a\uMnir all cntanirl"ment- withen'l' (late Jernisran's) company of Florida Mounted the members of that respectable body.

gal to His II>'eleuethe! (;overror, xiz : A. Volunteers I have the pleasure to inform you says the gentleman who iatrouced the mea-
bo iTin i is all }
An act relative associations organized to construct lines of Telegraph < very r'irht and [iroper that the Paymaster General; [ states fund have

: and CO"'it of Hmiti with lguiJ.rnmls. Still many of the l hold and adventurous > been sent for the pavment of trial and also! oJ: surtThe very day of its passage, however

An act to ber:( lit Commerce. 1. :35,044 cclik yards earth TVjrk at 14c'cu.. .. ... $1. ,90G lf spirits of this country continue: bv hook or the other cornpanie- \ which tlie President of the Senate, Mr. Dell, moveda

Senate resolution tor the relief of John IJ. Cason and David Grax; SnuamnaeDride. 3G."! OTrestle by crook, excited by hope of train. oriVdtniis J served\ during the same period to Paymaster reconsideration of the vote, which was sustained

Was read! the t time, the rule xvaix-ed. rend the! second and third i 1tidlrr; and Culver Ma-o a.rc. 50,000 OA? I II. Leonard, Lomy.. at Tampa Ha.N and the bill! made the special order for
I 10560 roi; ropr-trnctur. a' *7,50o j tlt"t" mile,_. T9i,450 00 of p patriotism, as the case may }be, to flock to ;
times by its title and put upon., its passage, upon "hid, the \'ot'a= : ., I erx truly and respectfully,
I Add fir "JDtin'cIJCld 10 per cvat. of al ce._ lU'J.935 61' 1 another day ; at which time Dr. T. B. Lamar,
\ea_Mr. Sj eaker Messrs. Braddock. Urokaxv Car Walker's standard which i" destined! to come Ii j font Your u>'dt :'IT't,
Campbell, I Add "ri"u:11 UWll.'UC loJr Ht'I""u.) Eqtpmts; Lt gng, the,,. 4.001J (t)
ter, Davidson, Dux-al Fontall{'. (;etti 5. Heennans. Helxeiiston, In t, victorious, utile;..- suddenly! cur down and | s. COOPER the able Senator from Leon, replied to the

gram, Johnston, McQueen, Smitlison, Vo:t. hitfield and Wilson I.H.I: .: that witLoat rehh..dy' I Adjutant; Grnrr al. published! are meri in behalf of the measure
I cost mile. I5,590 S'd.I '. II
18.Nave. Average pet ; J Gen.; of DuraL The Dr.
I The payments here referred to are to those by Hopkins portrayed

--:Messrt. Uuifingtou, Cousins, McLearxMirn< and Perm I Florida Indian; not inclined to Treat.' Companies which were in the service of die : in the most sLti iactoTm.1nuer. the
r I
-J So. the rtC's.lctiOll35 J.dOl.H..J-titlt" a* stated.Ordered I, STATEMENT JjL The h.e.t.5t' cot respondent: of the Sa- j. United States under the requisition! of Col. many reasons that induced him to oppose the

that the UZHW be certified to thY S
Senate bill to l lie entitled an act to change- the name of Ellen 1 K.: Whole Length of .. . I05.66mite. .;th ultirii' stat'-s that: xvt- have hte arrivals points of objection were so elucidative and

Branch, I Leug di of Curves,. .. .. .. ... . .. ... .. 15,50 from Cape Florida where two companies of ;' passed law to raise 8500.000 to complete as to induce a reversing action on

Was read the first time, the rule waived, rend the second and third: I the *,M I \rtilie-x are stationed Indians I' pay off the debts of the Statt-that's one who
no the of of the members
a majority
its title and its which the ; Length cf Stret;:t Lines S'o56" they did but themad.. in part )
times by put upon passage' upon] vote was : thing no change
15 ePnt. cf the hole line Lein curved, and 5 h:1bEcn seen by the soldiers, although fresh ;I voted against the ado, tion of the bill.
Yea=--Mr. Speaker, Messrs.I Uraddock, Uruknw. Uulfiugton, Cater Only per ; (only per cent of the the revenue laws, which was promised( and w *

Cousins Dax-idson. Dun Fontan". ( K.-I-i II:< K--nston, Hull l.i-t il i n.iles: i i" curved. traces were d -cf\'cred. The troops were i, which the {eopie expected. Hotrt thai '- We have neither Spaee nor time at present

Ingrain, Johnston, McQueen, Mims, Nick-, Peiin, icithson, Votrt I! occupied in cutting roads :(louse the borders j Sentinel Drc. :.. to indicate the convincing line of argument

and Whitfield-il.Nav1 STATEMENT C. of the c'erbJe1 tl'> il 1:5 have been f' And! why wait that: no change was made foHJ1wt.'d bx the Doctor, and regret that he did
:Messrs! and (Wilson '.
; placed at proper intervals, to :attract the at I in the revenue laws We will enlighten the not follow the example set by Geu. Hopkins,
haste number Cubic Yard the vprk
So the bill passed-title as stated. \ of on Amount direr and
Ordered that the same be certified f to the Senate. amount remaining; to bf done on 1st IerrmbrrIS3i.( temion of the Indian?, thus far they have ta..1 Sentinel. A bill for this purpose passed the of furnishing his remarks for publication.

The following bill and resolution which had passed the House "Wiwle number of CuLk yud.,. .. I.535y ken no frunidiy i notice of them. The flags Senate and was sent to the House on the last ar--

were transmitted to the Senate, xiz: Aniouot dui e,. :C0!">4 truce at the edge of the Indian track, have day of the session, when a motion was made A Jude Impeached.

Senate bill to be entitled an act to change the name of Ellen: 1. many of them, been pulled down bv the sav that the rule be waned to allow the bill to bread > The committee on the Judiciary in the r.
.etna'-'Mjg'; ; to b. don-j on 1st December,. .. ],4'4.5.0
Branch; and ae5.rh by this means, express their determination I a second time M its title, upon which S. Senate are investigating a ease of alleged
Senate resolution for the rtlief of John 13. Ca-on and David Gray.Mr. .
to hold no intercourse with General motion the and called and corruption and malfeasance of Judge Watroos
Gettis moved that the rule IK; waived to ;permit him to intro yeas nays were a
STATEMENT I). Harnt'I! the : of Texas. A very strenuous effort will b*
not being bill lost.-
: } duce a bilL i I quorum present was

>, Which was agreed to, and! Mr.I Geltis introduced a }bill to be entitled Approximate L.*!1n.'lC afros.t of ruilla..jo"f, ; ; Trestle Work The United; States transport steamship HashI I But txventy-one members voted and bat two made for his impeachment. The prosecution

r an act for the relief of William Crawford, a Lunatic, confined and Jlrid:i.i!, from Talialuisw to the Aj>alachitoa liner, taken ;on. Capt. linker, arrived at this port the ,'.Tat of that number Know Nothings, and the remaining has been going on for two years, and is carried

in the Lunatic Asxlcm of tiie State of South Carolina, from the Ehleruarlal.5srrey. i forward by parties who manifest, isjs
floor New York, en route for the wet coast i iI i nineteen Democrats., The presenceof
Which was placed among tbe orders of the day. 11 l.3Si,347; Cubic YarilEarth Work at 14 cert; I the Washington pets, J."ef'J' cordial desire

: The following mess 'ge xvas received from his Excellency the Governor ; Clearing and G ru LbW.. .. . .. .. . .. .. ',"lHJ CHI of Florida bhe will at once proceed to I a few more of the opposition[ would have -
disrobe the Joage. He is old
: I Bruize! at the (Jclnckmnw Hirer.. .. .. .. . .. IO.ltOOI Charlotte Harbor, where she will find orders saved the bill. I to an acqumI

j I:)Ect7lvE DEPARTMENT, ) I at Little River. .. . .. .. . ". 8.10O 00 from (;en. Harnex. Several officers and soldiers taince of ours and we sincerely hope he will
I' TALLAUASKK ; \ Tr *leBriilgin?.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. lO.SS 00 Wall Sheet Villainy.A the ordeal with undamaged
Dec. 'J7 19.a 6.
AdJ 10 per cent fur t.'Ontingcncit-.. ". .. .. .. .. 2i953 65 are on board. They will join their respective !i pass through an
HOX. II. V. S.NKLL. A : York Broker named Hnntin don character. We believe him to be inn eDtT.L1.HUUE

Speaker of the House of Rejtresenlatitrs : Whole Cost. .. ... . .. .. .. .. . . -25.J, 9(1-' 24 regiments, now in the t field. Surgeon 'I' has been arraigned on twt nty-st indictments O I I B 1

Sra-I resp.ctfully recommend the following nominations for the Whole l length, 44 miles. Arraje: coot per mile, f$5,7."i tIn Simpson, long attached to the garrison in for forgery, and is now upon his de I Dec. 31st 1836.
of the General this city, having been ordered to Fort Dtlla, !
uh ice and consent Assembly :
: i fence. He forged to the extent of over Mr. EUITOR-It ha just come to mjknowledge
For Dural Count y. I 1S&, says the Clevelander, after a long and se\"t're"spell! of will be relieved by Asoiatant Surgeon Johns : a that a U iu circulation in
hundred thousand dollars.! The evidence is report
,. Summer sickness, Stephen A. Douglas! left Cleveland on a canal boat in searchof at an early day.
Charles Ea&i
AocluHseer- a home and fame and fortune. lIe wags then young and poor and! I i overwhelming. His ingenious counsel are this city, startedby a gentleman from

For Sumter Comity.Auctioneer unknown. Twenty-three years had passed away, and he returns to t Aid for Gen.! Walker. i I trying to make out a case of insanity, bat Florida, that I had been initiated jqto a Kao*

-Allen J. Ca!sady. the same city xxith a world wide reputation-an abundance of wealth The ship Tennessee left New York one i will fail. Nothing Lounge I feel i it doe *o injictf to

Respectfully, -and i is received by the roar of cannon and the loud huzzas of his day last week for Nicaragua with over three state thus publicly that the charge is without
JAMES E. 11ROOME. Energy and industry will do much for in ''ais
Which was.read, and the nominations therein contained were advised country. ,: hundred filibusters on board, and 8 ',OOO II I Another Fillibnsterins Expedition. foundation and must have had Its origin in a

.. and consented to. I If yon are in a harry, never get behind a couple that are court worth of provisions in her hold for the use of l A Washington Correspondent says that rmlicioas desire to injure me wjtb the Derma

, Orderehhat the same \be certified to his Excellency the Governor. ing. They want to make BO mach of each other that they wouldn't (;eu. Walker's I some of the filibustering gentlemen who lurk crat. of the Senate, who had conferred upon
y orntv.
c The following' message was received from] His Excellency the move quick if they were going to a funeral. Get behind Jour jolly ij i about Washington and New York, are suspected the honor of the SecreUrjsJjip to that
married folks, who have.lots of children at home, if you wish to get j me
/3orernorr along fait Hot it is best to he a little ahead of cither of them. Death of a Disitagiiislie> Texan. I by the officials Washington of being ,i body. I have never, cither formally or informally

EXECUTIVE CHAXBZS, ) The Hon. J.uues.ebb for in connected myself wjti jhe ,*&w.
a engaged for
preparations expedition
many years an
TALI-AHASREK:, Dec. 27, 1856. j jHOX. GOOD.Father, what does a Printer live on t' thing and to the Itbrjeatioa 1
; Why, child t" cizizen of Florida and Judge of the AdmiraltyCourt against Venezuela. The representative> of the party, cxpoae
II. V. S.TELt I hope you will give thw .pUoain.JieeoJaoJ'
1 t Speaker of the House of Refmtentotives : : Becanre yon laid you hadn't paid him for three years, and till at Key West, died a short time since, : Venezuela Government has taken alarnj aDdI I't of Jour paper. "

Sr.-I retpe fun/ ncomrwned the following nomination fir I take the paper." of cholera, near Gonzalez, in the Westers I laid complaints before the proper department.This ,Yerv ,spa.tfiy+ .. ,.

the adriee and ectwnt of the G nerrl Ats nbljr Ir f Wife i spank that cl.ild. part of Teza quixotic shoot will w nipped in the tmd. T 'S"r J. rEJJ I.



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f Florida' Conference; Appointments x .Kansas Quiet.
; SKXATK CIIAMBKR, 27th Dec., 185G. v. ,'soy '. .' Order appeals to reign in Kansas
v aiyEftfl1. under
'r 1 Hon S icahcr: oj the House/Representatives: : Auctioneer-$ i We are indebted to the,Rev.; Mr Andersonfor firm and judicious management. of GOT.

II Sis' The Senate has passedto following resolution viz; ", ."': -w. ;: ... ,. ., a list of tho:appointments_ of the Florida has Geary.
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shown himself)
A resolution in favor of J..meh1Yeateotrf :T ""1' ; He already a man who
; .L V J. _\ TALLJtBASfJJEi-" Confe nc.(for the present year, as follows :
:, sr The Senate has concurred in the amendment to the bfll.to been-i -Which: was read, i '; 1 f .. P. E. cannot be ,trifled with..i, Knowing his dtitie,

4 tiled: an act to amend an act authorizing! the| business of. banking,' and consented to. Jan.3 Tallahassee Di.rtricl-J_Plummcr he has'tterve .to perform, thtm, and all 1 appear
.,.. adopted by the House Representatives.' .' .;.::. ...: Ordered... that the turd y, ,_. T lahusce- 1\1'1' Wright., to't. feel tbnfidance in his'ability,discretion and
c .' Very: respectfully or. Quincy-J. Anderson, J-J. Scaly, Sup.
1 "t' S. J.: PERRY, Tho following & Joarnal-Reduction of the Leon-Geo.. Pratt. power in Ms appropriate sphere. Had Gor.

fl t Secretary of the Senate. Price-('ash System. Leon Col'd l\Iiss.-J. H. M. Gardner. Geary,"or such another as he, been the first>

Which was read and the accompanying resolution! placed among Hon. Speaker of the of this paper, desirous of extending Chairs Miss.-O. B. Standley. Governor of Kansas, we verily believe that

:j lie orders of the dny. of its usefulness by cheapening its cost to Newport-J. O. Branch. no' difficulties, would ever have arisen. He

i* -i. Tlie rule being waived Mr.\ Gettis introduced: a resolution for tho Sin-The Senate \, and at the same time to secure himself Wakulla-V. C. Cannon. succeeded a weak and unprincipled man
:t relief of II. M. Derrick, H. M. Derrick. Josses incidental to the .credit system Gadsden-E. B. Duncan. in
Which was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second to adopt the South Gadsden-A. W Harris. the pereon of Reeder and a dissolute delan-

.. "'f 1 and third times by its title. Which was read. Apalachicola W. Fagg.S. chee, incapable o'J Mgfrrtning the Ugh tlutU

r Mr. Buffington moved that the.rule be waived to permit him to Senate bill to be ( CASH SYSTEM P. Richardson, Bible Agt.; Jas. Peeler, entrusted to,his, cbarpinthe; : person.of Shan,
offer an amendment to said: rt.solu on'00 its third reading,* to establish the ad ,' those anbscribers who reside out of the State Tract Agent.Bainbridge. non. The most disgraceful outrages

:t Upon which motion the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Was read the first accompanied by A reduction in the price Dist.-W. M. Kennedy, P. E. the result of these two administrations of were
; and Penn and follows! I Under the system tutu instituted, this the
BufHngton were as : Mr. Gettis moved W. L. .
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Buflington, Carter, David. ond time by its title, be furnished our subscribers out of the Bainbridge: -. A. Towers.Murphy.NewtonJ. government of the infant Territory of!beaati.ful .

;, con, Fontane, Gettis, Whitfield and Wilson-9. called for by Messrs. $2 per annum in advance. This class of Blakely-R. II. Ho,vren. Kansas. Fanaticism for the present ruled

; Nays-Messrs.\ Braddock, Brokaw, Campbell, Cousins, Duval, Yeas-Mr. will be allowed until the i0lh! of Feb Milford Miss.-J. M. N. Lowe. the hour, and as is usually the case the world

'tJ: Heermans, Helvenston, Hull, Ingram, McLeary, McQueen, Minis, Campbell Carter, to make payment for the present year, l\Iorglln-Thomas Coleman. over, the lowest and most debased portion of
J. Smithson and Vo Albany-F. foremost in the melee.
.r r!. So the House refused: to waive the rule. Wilson-19. will be furnished our Florida subscribers Decatur T. A. Carruth. society were With

l'' The resolution was then put up 8l l its passage, upon which the Na.rs-\Iesrs.! ; annum in advance, or $3 at the end of the nothing to lose and everything to gain J h y &y'
Thomascille Disl.-?. P. Smith, P. E.Thomasville .
.t e vote was: So there was not a them two months from the date of ex change, urged on by those superior to themin

I ycas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Braddock, Brokaw,l1uffin On motion, the of subscription, in which to make an advance -A. Graham. knowledge, wealth, and the influence of

1: ton, Campbell, Carter, Davidson, Fontane, Gettis, Heermans, Wbitt These terms will be adhered to rigidly.- Grooversville: C. Raiford.C. Smith. the priesthood, they rushed to the slaughterand
field \Vili'on-13. character cf the Floridian d: Journal
Nays-Messrs. Cousins, Duval, Ilelvenston, Hull, Ingram, Mc CHIEF understood. It will continue to advocate Alapaha Miss.-A. Davis. to an extent became human fiend, if

:t Ft ff Leary, McQueen, Mims, Smithson and Vogt-10. principles, independently of all cliques!, Aucilla Miss-W. W. Griffin. such a term be admissible.

W So the resolution was adopted-title as stated. Grand Bay-J. W. Jackson. It will be understood of
only to the integrity and permanent success course, that i fa
'1 Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. OFFICE ; Isabella 1\ii s.-To be supplied.
party. We solicit those who are this assertion do
sweeping we not wish
Said resolution was transmitted to the Senate. : Flint River-F. R. C. Ellis. to in-
A Committee from the Senate asked the return of a bill to be entitled and with our paper, not only to continue their Oclocknee 1\liss.-T.. Johnson. elude all, or even a fourth part of the settlersof
To the President but also to aid in
criptions, extending our
'1 an act making appropriations for the expenses of the Stato Pcnsacola Moultrie Miss.-C. P. Murdock. Kansas: We have reason to believe that
clubs in their
for the fiscal 1857 and for other by getting up vicinity. R. H. Fletcher Institute.
government year purposes. the of those who
GENTLEMEN:- _. __. . _ great emigrated there
I u
Messrs. Ingram, Vogt and McLeary were appointed a Committee Madison District-J. W. :Mills, P. E.
with the honest intention of
.r to return said bill to the Scnate.- ber, so short a time I : Rev W. N. Chandom, a Baptist Min becoming bona
your annual meeting in the Methodist Protestant 1\ladison-D. L. Kennedy. fide residents, were as good men as the
i Mr. Buffington moved that the rule he waived to permit him tot : preach Monticello-S. country
WFrom the 10th to
\ introduce a resolution fur the relief of Mellon Haynes upon! which business for the on tomorrow, at the usual hour. Madison=1'. R. Barnelt. will on an average produce. Whnt we

'!./t motion the yeas and nays were called for by .Messrs. Buffington and on the results of Madison Col'd Mission-To he supplied do say is-the effervescings of the earth were

,,1 Penn, and were as follows: you with an approximate <, <: Exercises of the Florida Institute will Santa,Fee-To be supplied. marshaled the country over, and piled in there
,4 t Y('as--Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Arnau, Buffinglon, Carter, Davidson, on Wednesday next. Hamilton W. K. Turncrr J. the
Carraway, for most unworthy
to be by
nearly purposes men of
( Helvenston very:
Gettis; Hull
Fontane, McLeary, McQueen, Mims
Whitfield By the promptness Not Candidate. Sup. note, statesmen, politicians! and far
:: Kicks, Penn, Smithson Vogt, and Wilson-18. a Suwannee Mission-W. P. O'Cain. worse
Mr. L. W. DuBois
:.'; Nays-Messrs.\ Braddock, Biokaw, Campbell, Cousins, Duval, field have have been requested by Dr. Win. R. Columbia-S. A. McCook. clergymen-and thus what bloodshed has occurred -
we -
n Heermans, and Ingram-7. 20th, of October to announce that he i is not a can Alligator-J. M. Hendry. they were, and in future will be held
So the House refused to waive the rule, three-fourths not
therefor. voting yards of earth work, for the office of Intendant. St. Mary's Disf.-T. N. Gardner, P. E. responsible for, in the pages of history.

I f Mr. Smithson, offered the following resolutions which were unanimously sand dollars. St. :Marys-J. 'V. Points. The respectable and decent portion of the

adopted : The Bridge across Nicaragua. Centreville and Saltilla Col'd. Miss.-G. inhabitants of Kansas, from North and South,

Resolved, That the thanks of this House are hereby tendered to built Without a draw, ( the reception of inlel.'i.! Royster, S. M. Wilson. have done' no fighting except in self defence,
l t' the and at the Columbus ) from Central America, nothing satis- Brunswick Sta.-Thos. Gardner.
the'Hon. H. V. Snell for able impartial manner in which ho dollars and be and mark it, men thousands of miles away
.i Las presided over its deliberations during the present session. can : is known concerning Walker. The Brunswick Circuit-A. M. Davis ..
and housed in their luxurious
in the safely
That the thanks occur Altamnha: Mission-Willis Hall. abodesor
;' Resolved further, of this House are due and are conflicting. One n
hereby tendered to the Clerk and other Officers for the faithful dis. The whole length very Alapaha-J. 1... Williams.Holmesville declaiming from the pulpit or the rostrum,

!! 'i; charge of their duties during the present session. one-third of a mile he is victorious in recent collision:: -R. J. Cook, one to be sup'd. who probably could not be induced by love

Mr. Buffington moved that the rule be waived to permit him tot shows an estimate of in close succession that he r.b- \\'Waresboro\\'m. Peeler. or money venture within the reach of burping
introduce a resolution for the relief of Melton\ Haynes. to begin the annihilated and not a greasy spot of Mary's River Mis.-J. S. Child
and the gunpowder, but have induced those less
The Chair decided said motion out of order, the Houss having length That he was driven to the moun Irwin Miss.-J. J. Giles.
.. 15 per cent. of the Clinch-R. F. Lanier. intelligent but more courageous: than themselves .
refused to waive the rules for that purpose a short time .
pr'IOUS. his life without
.10 There is no curve ( ) preserve a man Gates. to face the brunt. The
Mr. Baffington appealed from the decision of the Chair. Ocmulgee- enlightened

Upon the question, shall the decision of the Chair be sustained ? grade exceeding 45 It is impossible to give any opin- Jacksonville Dist.-R. McK.\ Tydings, P. E. conscience teaches us that as citizens of thin
and called for Messrs. and Penn Statement C shows (' by guess, and not being a Yankee,
the yeas nays were by Buffington Jacksonville-I. W. Timberlake.Black excellent
the amount done, and government, we are responsible to
and were as follows : not good at guessing. Yet we'll ven Creek Wm. Edwards
December. God for the integrity of motives and
Yeas-:Messis. Arnau, Braddock, Brokaw, Campbell Cousins, prediction that Walker will sooner W. G. M. Quarterman. : con-
Duval, Fontane Heermans, Helvenston, .JohnstonMcLeary, Mc Before I took duct, and that he holds a nicely adjusted balance
i F. Lee I come out triumphant. lIe has intel Palatka-:M. V. \\ ells.
i Principal
Queen, Vogt and Whitfield-14. Fernandina-Wm. Davies. scale from which none can escape-

Nays-:Messrs. Buffington, Carter, Davidson, Gettis [Hull, Penn, vey had from Tallahassee energy to accomplish anything with; Duval Miss.-J. A. W. Johnson. that all are weighed and judged according to
Wilson 8. just completed reach of common mortals and we feel
Smithson and i ;
examine the route, I, Volusia Miss.-J. S. Cobb. their deeds, and in connection with the infla.
t So the House sustained the decision of the Chair. that there is no commander arrayed Miss.-L. B. Giles.
made and from this I of their deeds.
ence We expect that the in-
The Committee on Enrolled Bills made the following repot : hibited in statement : him who is requisite for the occasion,' Newnansville K. Glover, J. E. Darden.St. .
The Committee on Enrolled Bills ask leave to report the following : Johns-A. Johnson. citers, the men who have influenced the deedsof
$5,738 45 per 1lIi!<. be regarded as his equal. Gen. Walk
bills as correctly) enrolled, \iz: the line first traced. J. C. Ley, Micanopy Institute. wrong which have desolated{ portions of
make himself Wes .
trying to a
relative to essociations to construct lines of
An act organized
I await your Tampa District-T. "'. Cooper, P. E. Kansas will have a serious lime of it when
and :I polcon. Receiving aid constantly
west of the they make their last account.A .
B. up
... An act to benefit Commerce. United States if lie can hold! out Tampa-D. Lyne.
From the Key West-W. J. Duval.
C. P. CHAIRES Chairman
, .: .' Which read. your work, I feel I period, and our estimate of the Manatee-To be supplied. Bill for the Better Protection of

The following was message was received from the Senate : Holes of the Road cMld."w' correct, he will found a government Marion-J. J. Richards. Slave Property.The .

SENATE CHAM HI-:)!, Dec. 7, 16.;>G. September next. .. II of some kind-doubtless for good Cedar Keys-B. J. Johnson. Jacksonville Rejublican of the 24th

lion. Speaker of the On my late visit to I present and future inhabitants of that Sumter Miss.-J. F. Andrews. ult. contains a rather imperfec.. account of
with '
House of Keprescntatii : suiting many Hillsboro 'lis8.-J. Stockton. the of the'Senate the
I Railroad securities land. It is safe to say that the proceeding upon con
Sm The Senate has passed the bill to I be entitled an act making Hernando-J. M.: Mills.
bonds offer, with of the people cannot: be readily sideration of a bill entitled as above, enact.
f appropiiation for the expenses of the State Government for the fiscal you Next Conference to be held at Jacksonville.
t fund of the I I that from and this
t : year of 1857, with the following amendment, viz : ment worse even if Walker be the most un ing after the passage of

i Strike out "84500" and insert the following: "85000 for slips relieved can be negotiated from its on example of a military conqueror Payment of a Portion of the Volun- act no judicial process, being the property of

: and journals of the present session of the General Assembly.) To The afforded in the pages modern teers. any person or persons residing in any State

i.. which amendment the concurrence of the House of Representatives enterprizes rapid springing progress The following communication, enclosed to whose statute laws throw any obstacle in the

is respectfully requested. unprecedented United States Government is throwing us by the Hon. D. L. Yulee, contains information way of the recovery of fugitivslaves from
Very respectfully,
i S. J. PERRY, Secretary of the Senate. used in many cases influence to prevent the shipment of of importance to many of our citizens : any of the slaveholding Sfali&'shall be levied

J 1 Which was read. The consequence to avail! is supplies to relieve Walker. It is ADJUTANT GKXKIUL'S OFFICE, > upon any slave or slaves in this State"

t The House concurred i in Senate amendment to a bill to be entitledan and money of the best of this country, inaugurated by the WASHIXGKON, Dec. 22, 1850. \ The measure was made the special orderof
for the of the State Government some Hon. D. L. glee U. S. Senate :
act making appropriations
expenses cent for good Washington, not to become a particular day, at which time it was
t for the fiscal year 1857, and for oilier purposes. per money. DEAR SIR-In reply to the request of Al
J Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate, and that the bill All of ]) either in foreign wars between na- gernon 8, Spear, Esq., enclosed in your let adopted by the Senate without discussion, as

'i as amended be enrolled. civil feuds among the same. Let ter of the 20th hist, that measures may be we are informed, and, peradventure, without

r The following bills which had passed both Houses of the General fight out their own quarrels, and we taken for the payment of Captain Rutland'slate the consideration due so important a subjectby

i.f' to His Excellency the Governor, viz: Volunteers, I have the pleasure to inform you save the gentleman who introuced the mea
This is all and
body. very right proper. that the General funds have
An act relative to associations organized to construct lines of Telegraph Paymaster states
.c!' ; and many) of the bold and adventurous been sent for the payment of that and also of sure. Tho very day of its passage, however,

,to An act to benefit Commerce. 1,825,044 cubic :yards] of this country continue by hook or the other companies of Volunteers which the President of the Senate, Mr. Dell, moved

Senate resolution for the relief of John! B. Cason and David Gray Suwannee. :Kridge. excited by hope of gain, or feelings served during the same period to Paymaster a reconsideration of the vote, which was sustained -
: Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and third! TrestleBidgin;; and II. Leonard, II. S. Army, at Tampa, Fla. and the bill made the special order for
the be flock
10566 mile8Super! !) as case may to to
times by its title and put upon its passage upon which the vote was: Add for Very truly and respectfully,
4 contingencies ] another day; at which time Dr. T. B. Lamar,
r. Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Brokaw, Campbell, Carter Add original: estimate : standard, which is destined to come Your ob'dt serv't,
i- Davidson; Duval Fontane, Gettis, Heermans, Hehenston, In- unless suddenly cut down and S. COOPER, the able Senator from! Leon, replied to the

} gram, Johnston, McQueen, Smithson, Vogt, Whitfield and Wilson remedy. Adjutant General. published argument in behalf of the measure
cost mile,
-18., Average per The payments here referred to are to those by Gen. Hopkins of DuvaL The Dr. por-

r Nays-Messrs. Buffington, Cousins, McLeary\ Mims and Penn Indians not inclined to Treat. Companies which were in the service of the trayed in the most satisfactory manner the
A; -So the resolution was adopted-title as stated. Key West respondent of the Sa United States under the requisition of Col. many reasons that induced him to oppose the

Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Length of Road, ; Georgian and Journal under date of Munroe. passage of the bill, and the elaboration of tie-

r Senate bill to be entitled an act to change the name of Ellen E. Whole Length of slates that we have late arrivals points of objection were so elucidative and.

Branch, Length of Curves,. Florida, where two companies of They passed a law to raise $500,000 to complete as to induce a reversing action on
Was read the first time the rule waived, read the second and tlnrd't Artillery are stationed Indians pay off the debts of the State-that's one members who
no the of a majority of the
times by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was: Length of Straight thing they did-but they made no change in part
't Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Braddock, Brokaw, Bnffington, Car- Only 15 percent curved.. of :; seen by the soldiers, although fresh the revenue laws, which was promised, and voted against the adoption. of the bill.
Lift 41 miles is
ter, Cousins, Davidson, Duval, Fontane Geti: : :?, liel; \'eltStOn, Hull, were discoveied. The troops were which the people expected. How's that? We have neither space nor time at.present

l: Ingram, Johnston McQueen Mims, Nicks, Penn, Sinilhson, Vogt in cutting roads along the borders Sentinel, Dec. 30. to indicate the convincing De of argument

t' and Whilfield-21. C'ergladcVhito flags have been And why was it that no change was madein foUcwed by the Doctor and regret that he did

So NaJslesgrs.the bill passed Heermans-title as and stated.Wilson-2. Whole number of at proper intervals, to attract the at the revenue laws 1 We will enlighten the not follow the example set by Gen. Hopkins.

r Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. amount of the Indians, thus far they have ta Sentinel. A bill for this purpose passed the of furnishing his remarks for publication.

.t r: The,(oJlo"igg.iIl and resolution which had. passed the House Whole number of friendly, notice of them. The flags of Senate and was sent to the House on the last -

'f were transmitted to -the Senate, viz Amount dune.. .. the edge of the Indian track, have day of the session, when a motion was made A Judge Iiapeacbed.

+ t: 'Senate bill to be entitled an act to change the name of Ellen E. Remaining to of them, been pulled down by the say that the rule be waived to allow the bill to be The'committee on the Judiciary in the U.

+I t Branch; .and Who, by this means, express their de read a second time by its title, upon which S. Senate:are investigating, a case of alleged
r Senate resolution} for the relief of John B. Cason and David Gray. '
to hold no intercourse with Gen motion the and called and corruption and malfeasance:! of Judge Watroni
: : { Mr. Gettis moved that the rule be waived to permit him to intro yeas nays were a
'. not the bill of Texas. A very strenuous effort will 1 b
i.:! -: duce a bilL } quorum being present was -
e.. Wliicb was agreed to, and Mr.: Geltirf introduced a bill to be en- Approximate / \ United States transport steamship Fash- But twenty-one members voted and but two made-for.his impeachment. The prosecution

titled an act for the'rclief: of William Crawford, a Lunatic, confinedin and Bridging, Baker, arrived at this port the 21st of that number Know Nothings, and the re- has been going on or"1\Yo' -years, and is car

i.r' the Lunatic Asylum of the State of South Carolina, from the York, en route for the west coast maining nineteen Democrats. The presence ried forward by .parties \ ,manifest ;says
Which was placed among the orders of the day. Cubic Yards the verycordial dears
1,385,347 Waihingtc a
The following. ncss-ge was received from his Excellency the Governor Clearing and : She will at once proceed to of a few more of the opposition would have japers
disrobe the, He is old aeqoatV
to flmge.
;. (a ,. :' Bridge at the Harbor, whore she will find orders saved the an

t .: !. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, )lt at Little lliver, Hamoy. Several officers and sol- bill.Wall taince of ours and we" sincerely I ho1'ehe will
t Trestle ,
; Dec. 27 1850. \ Bridging Slice Villainy.A the ordeal! undamagedcharacter.
r TxLfJuiA KK, Add 10 per cent for on board. They will join their re- pass through .with. an
no< II..V. SHELL New York Broker 'named Huntingdon We believe him to be innocentTAUUUBUCK
TI regiments, now in the field. Surge.. ,\ 1 ."
: : Speaker of the _House of Rejtretentatives: Whole Ooat.. has been arraigned on twenty-seven i indictments ,' .' -. ,I -# '0
;c ,> SIB-I respectfully recommend the following nominations for the Whole length, 44 long attached to the garrison in for forgery, and is now upon his de : : Dee 31st, i8.6 ',-

: advice, and consent of the General Assembly : having been ordered to Fort Dallas, fence. He forged! to the extent! of over a Mr. EOITOK-It 'has just come ,to n\J

:. f.'1 ... gip,1 -*: 7 For Dural .County.. ,r -In 1833, says,A. relieved by Assistant Surgeon Johns hundred thousand dollars. The evidence is ,knowledge that,a report U _!Iu.circulation 1 1I jn
t,'::: ,. ,Auctioneer-Charles. Summer -, .' ,- \s: ', Stephen day. this i I 'fr4roM
-' .>'... -.. of a home and fame overwhelming. His ingenious counsel' are \ city,:startedby a, gentleman !!
''I" For Sumter County: ','J. .,>' :'., unknown. Aid for Gen. Walker. trying to make out a case of insanity,' but 'Florida, that' I had' been initiated\ i Jo, MowNothi'ng'

'".": ,Auctioneer-Allen J." Cassad y.- ." the same city with a : ship Tennessee left New York one ,will?fail. ,Lo<'ige..,IM: i it do,* '
: ;. Respectfully, : -and is received by ; I fewftfao
: week for Nicaragua with over, three state thus publicly th tthe.cbarp: : :
-4f4 : party. Energy and 1 : Another n'a
';:!r;' "; 'Whichwavread! and- the nominations therein contained were: nd-. l filibusters on board, and $2,000 Filllbostering Expedition foundation; and'mostllave'l1.idita: originj'riMlcSwf

ri'/t.? vised and consented to. # .. -, If;you want are in of provisions in her hold for the use of A Washington Correspondent says' that: desire:to1:ID1'!tom me *ifc$e-fl r 8;

_I : t'-.:prderod'titat the some be.certified to Excellency Governor.i, ing:' They;.if to : : army. some of the j filibustering gentlemen who lurk cra t of he'Seiate, who had conferred upon

.J!.,: The following jneiMge: .'.'received from] His" Excellency the ''move married quick folks, they who w ; 'about. Washington:! and New York, are suspected me the honor of_ the Sefl .+apyebiP.to', :tint,.

.', !.tot jGovernor. .' along:tfasti: 'But it is of a Distinguished Texan. ,by the_.officials at Washington of being! body, > I bays never, eiUtaa or,w '
1' Ylflft'H! "I. .s. : EXECUTIVE CHAMBER, / Hon James Webbvfor! many years a engaged t in. preparations for an ''expedition *. ..fDonne49tedmy. { ,1'ith.! .tke: wl j
{' 1 'smxUfc; !t... T TALLAHASSEE, Pec. 27, 1856. JHpx. J -.GOOD.- and to ,tJ\etJl
\ ;
: : of Florida and of the thing party, expose \
.' ,' child I"! Judge Admiralty against Venezuela. The representative of the B1
.-.II. V, SJ u., b hope you will givtM iIl-cuo -
i. ) Have i Becaure .said at Key West, died a short time since, Venezuela Government has taken alarm: ad ....
; i ctes& '&JBpker o l *. of foffsstniativu you .. .. of your: paper,.** 3*'*'''f'1.-1t 1of\I\ ::" .trtti"
Sa I respectfulncommehed! the following' nomination, ){ 'forr take the paper.'* near Gonzalez in the '\Western. laid'complaints,before.th' roper<
k' ** the advice nxA( contentpf f $the.!. GenemTAiembly:. v Wife.. .,.spank that Texas. \ quixotic'shoot t will Be nipped ton the iJud. )_'rJnR1.:
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li'}., a

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EDITOR-Please inscit 1 in jour issue Sm objections' have* rxri PAVILION Land'an Negroes for Sale. ; '
M& extravagance with1 Winch_ ihc !, !f" ::-, %-. -L
oftornorrows.date', ,, have been 0. be sold under a decree of Court in favor or "tx TILL 1 W sold,under a decree,of Court,oo W dflVYdsythrt7th .

For Inieadanl given _away by WILL .Waldo vs. L M.Harrison, A JJ\t'Xo of R. day of January 185T. t the'Ei B. B ABOARDrV7TUB '
hcnfit.or certain railroads AND ART !. Harrison's estate, on Wednesday the 7th day of Jan tate Plaiiati..n near Sandy Ford tfrf A< Aucillii. River ,_:

EPPES. A : 1857, the real eatate aud Slaves or M One Hundred Negroes vf' nUn*rt rVtO1* amy ,- .
FRANCIS capitalists. It is Eltlnn .'INC unry following ,C I1Tfx. "' : rftDRU8
true that! WI.r
sail! f.
the of debts, *
much thereof will be sufficient to satisfy the decree be necessary for payment
For COrl1irm-; :. to the advantage of individuals MUSIC, COMIC ECCEN : rendered in oaM cauw-viz: the E J of the S Ei belotiging to the esUte' of too late Cot r & MEDICINE BUSINESS

efits will i I J ofSec3; W J uftheSW 4 of Sec 3 ; so aiuch of, Richard Harrison, deceased ''Also ''10 of this most J3J" XT : : .
f. H. FUGG, GEO. N. HEIR, result to the States FUN, FARCE, i the E J of tin; S W i J"f Sec 2 as lies W of the valuable Plantations in Middle Fi..ntla. lying in Madison .

H. DERRY, H. L. RUTGI2RS. ro.ads:1.re now in progress or AND FOIBLES, Thomasville Road, then from ,",.k of said Road nnii County near Sandy Ford, on the Aucilla lliver, I
B. with Village Road direct to centre of N line of tbe N E j jof i containing Fifteen or Sateen Hundred Acres of first I OF TIlE O 1AR,
JEO. MEGINNISS, P. B. BROKA. a present population of a Miscellaneous Melange that N W J of bc 11, thcnco due S to centre of S line rteloJ This plantation wu the residence of the ,._., ( J'J'I

BETTON, U. A. SHINE will soon be the highway never fails: to please. dividing' .nili info' J'I.Il1. parl-; i'-o': W'tif the NWIofSeellNEIofSte'tSE4of llt Hchnnl Harrison,and has the ndvpnf.ipes of fmi."t '
L. .
T. tern States at Tallahassee on Thursday: and Fri- ) ; Sec 10;; great ,durability or.lut. cuvenilur tn ni.v I C.nier of Clinton /T labJlu -, .' f

Respectful! and the far West 8th and 9th. N E 4 oft'e S W i of Soc 1 to ; t'm W J of the S W ket and access to good rang r)' 11. 1S i, ,
MANY VOTERS. yond the Missouri river. 50 cents. Children and Servants 25 } of Sec 10 ; E i of the S E i Sec 9 ; the E i S E Jof J for cattle. The following i is a description of the lands i j ji

At the flirt session open at 61 Commence nt '. Sec 9; E 4 of the N E 1 of Sec 16 ; the W 4 ol cllltai'Ht: iu said tract hear Sandy Ford .n the Aucil- i Uoe.
of the B. F. SMITH, Agf EJ t.i-wit: The SEt of Sec. 36, the S tmZ of ; rpIIE undersigned bare this Jay entered into a eoptenLip

EDITOR-We o ggest the following Congress-last session-acts Jan. 3d, 1857. It-I of the N W J of Soc 15 ; the S J of tie S W 4 of! Sec. 27, the N B i of See.84, the E i of the S E JSec. J JL in the ,
Ma. i ---- Si-c 11 ; the W J of the S E 4 of Sec 11 ; the NEt 34, nil in .6T, 1, N & W; the S W J of theN
ticket f 1O r Mayor and Councilmen, \drich you I granting public lands, in ( of the S E 4 of Sec II ; the N I of the N W J of W 4 of Sec. 81. T 1. R 7, N A E; the SF 4ofth t WHOtESALE &RETAIL I

insert in Jour issue of t -morro\v aid in the construction of : _fi- Sec 14 ; the N W 4 of Sec! 12 ; all in T 1. R 8,S and N E J of Sec. 86, T 1, R 6, N & E; the J of theN I ]DXtTQundcrtbe- .

viII please : States of Iowa Florida E; also the S W 4 of the N E J of Sec 32. and i ol K4-ofSec.28TiR6N&E; the S W 4of I : name and style of

For Intention!, the S E 4 of See 32, T 1. R 9, N nod E. The names See.9T1.1t6N&E; the S E of tho N W 1
fe GEO. R. It. CO.
Wisconsin, Michigan and \ of the Slater me as follows: Prince, Nancy Phillis, of the S W i of the N E 4 and the N E 4 of the 1 AMES LIVELY

W. R. IL\YVRO.. Under these TALLAHASSEE, DEC. 30th, 1850. ) John.! Bull, Jrff, Peter, Fannie, Charles, Aleck, Ivrr- W J of cc. 36.T 1, R 6, N k E. Ala->the following I, -- ..
it is
acts, ( ) will be received at tin son, Sc.itt Eliza, Emily, Sancho: Esther, Nanny, Snn- other tracts of land: The E i of the N E i of Sec. 1. THEY will to .e their friend

For Councilmen, eral Land Office Report, that: the Company in Tallahasse, until I' rho: Bob, Patsy, Scilla; Lewis, Hector, Jes, Arthur, T 1, 1t6S& W; the N J of S E i of Sec. 8, l 5, R I ( And patrons b.pl'nNJ sUndof D.U Am**.

PEARCE M. D. PAPY Iowa for 1125 miles of road y the 19th day of Jllnu ry 1857, foi Vina, Emily fmh Jacob, Caroline, Sam, Isaac, Stephen 6, S A E; The N E 4 of the S W i of Sec. 1, 1. SofR6. where they will keep a full and generalasortinetmtof
:p T. cross-ties or sills for the Road between ; Mariali, Stcpney, Dick. Jack. E; the E J of the SEt of Sec. 8 ; theSJof h Articles appertaining to thu.ime .

4: J. PERKINS, D. P. HOG UE, receive, section 18, and the East end ofect ion I. M. HARRISON, Admt'x. Sec. 9 ; the E i of the N E J of See 9. I of busiuesa D. H. AMES.

PETTIS. 11. C. LEWIS Florida, for 630 miles ( : scctions of about one mile each. December 1,1 1 86. 51-tds The names of the negroes are as follows: M. LIVELY. ;
tf. R- ( six hundred and forty((2640))sills an '
Alabama 12tH" -- -- --
S. W. 1, mile, and bids be made for Prince, Issac: Pickens, January 1, 1836. J
Louisiana 620( Male and Female.A..O.A..DE1ofY. Aleck
stating the mile or ni'les; in the bid, and Quincy Nancy Dick, '

Respectfully, Mississippi) 330 sill, to cover cost of t'mher in the woods, Esther, Sam Slick Warren., MILES HASH & COO- ,

MANY VOTERS. Wisconsin, 560 to the road and pilling. Nanny oacuL. Tm.
1075 be 8 feet long, of god sound heai I pine r "lIE next session will b'gin on the 1st Tuesday in Jinny Curlnl DEALERS IU ,, '
Michigan 3
hj"J commenced, to bo of n. uniform January. Miss Isabella Given, who has for several Sancho Emily, Winny, -,'
indies) and shew le.s than years plstlJCcn connected with the Institution Patsy, Jhi),. Henrietta, DRUGS, FAINT,
the to not 8 inch-
:)11.! EDITOR-Uy ir.se'jtiug! followingticket will continue in of the female I Juf.int, -lim .
Making an aggregate of cither face ; the top f ce to be .monthly charge dcpaitmeut.Altlioush : Bob: '
i in join paper to-morrow) you will ob- There was granted to the bottom f-ce to l le even, and out of I the female dspartnient will receive the ben- Syll.i, Arthur. Joe, MEDICINES ILS'WOULD ,
ffit of the and instruction loinou, (Hle .
l supervision ( the Principal Jim, ,
of the tax citizensof cousin for the of hewed ; fie sides to have the baik and
vast majority paying
lice a purpose off; the cuds 'o be butted or sawed yet his more immediate at teii'ion will be givento Scplen! SyUy, Ruth inform their fricmls afldtbe poblieittmt j
Tallahassee : struction of a railroad from tile male department. The school is provided Vinoy ParU, Mariah, on lw nd n assortment of such '

For Infcndant, lumbus, )by the way of Portage be for cash only. or for part in cash with an extensive i>pparnh amid a ]ar.je collection of PliillK Sam. Yinctut, articles ns a.e:generally J.pl god i ir line of business,

St. Croix river and lake, I l Jill Is. or ppiis iu ca.-h, stock and minerals. StudenU from abroad will accommodated Bondon. Daphne Adam, and! will l he .eeeivinrgu1sriyfresb supplies. Ti II

G: TllOUPELXrELL.. twenty-five and thirty-one, and stating the proportions of each. t with lx>anl on reasonab'c 'jrins. For further particulars John Alfred, Becky, tcnni shall be rl'able. I.
t rcjulation board rates of I tuition Mariah Jufant, -
respecting Nancy
end of : l>uU-price and mode of : Tallahassee, April 1853- 1-
For Councilmcn, to the! west Lake pay, tc., ajply to N. II. STEU'ART.Principal.\ Stepny Allen Aleck, 9t- ._- .j
will have the and ----- -
preference, or
Hayfield; and also from -my Nelly. Luanda, Jesse, MEDICAL NOTICE.
p B. ROK.\, D. P. HOGUE, Lake may be rejected. December 20, 6C. 51-6t Jtb&e Anne, George,
Winnebago northerly to
1 9, 20 and 21 to be delVd.bv 15 Jul,. Milge. -0-
R. A. SIIIXEV.. R. HAYWARD, every alternate section of land 22, 23 and 24" Aug. -- ---- Peter, Aaron, Zilphy
ORANGE SPRING Drs. Taylor&DlaxwellTIAV
Fanny, Jackson, Candace
odd numbeis for six sections in 25, 26 and 2'1" Sept. r
B. Charles
Betsy, INCh formed a co-partnership, offer their ser
28, 29 and 30" Oct.
D. WALKER, F. H. FLAGG. side of said roads respectively. :31,32 and! 33 to" :Nov. Male & Female Seminary. Albert Solomon, Eliza, to the public of Tallahassee, and its vin- .

When it is made to appear 34. 35 and 36" Dec. r""A Ug situation of tlii Institution is at one of the Iverson Mansfield, Martha, ciiiity.Talluh.wsee.

Respectfully, tion so granted has been THEODORJ- S. OARNF/1T, -L finest Su''p'Jllr Springs in the ountry, nod is unsurpassed Scott, Frances, Nancy, : Aug. 9, 18M. 32 S.t. opy ;
for health. :t is of for Teuah, HcIIen. __ _
A VOTER. easy access steamboat Eliza
right of pre-emption has Chief Engineer P. and G. IL R.
and 1 a few hours staging. Emily, Ben, Doctor,
authority is given to select 1857. 1-3t [Sent. copy 2t. Tbe Principrl with the experience of twenty years. Jiff, Fillis:, WillkSancho Dr. Miles H. Nash, I

[For the Floridian.] of; within fifteen miles of the and jni'ed by a corps of competent assistants i will devote Amy OFFERS HIS SSIOXALBERVICXS TO TBS CITIZXVS OTTALUUASSCE J

EDITOR Please the following road. Reserved government Notice. liii whole' time to the improvement of his pupils. Jack, Leach, AND 8CKaOC5DrJTO CCTWTT.
MR. The third session will commence Monday, Januarv Also about Fortv of Mill vs. Corn' Fodder i
sold at double the minimum j having demands against the estate of will hear & \FFICE with Dr. M. Nasli.immediately east of th. !
ticket: 12,1857. For particulars, address, Terms of sale cash. for the Negroes. 1 eland (
dred and sections to be Tucker, late Jefferson County, de : Post office. I f
twenty R. ANDERSON, P1 llcipa'. will l he sold on a credit of one ansi two or three
For Inlciidant, twenty consecutive miles of notice that they must present" them Nov. 29, 1856. 48 years, with part oasb-crelit payments bearing: in- May 19 1855. 20MEDICAL
duly authenticated within the time date. -- -- ------ --. --
--------- ---- ----- terests
Oz-The Supreme Court of law, or this notice will be plead iu bar: ISABEL [HARRISON, Adnfx. NOTICE. \.

For Councilmcn ; and all persons indebted to said, Buckwheat.OA November 1 15, '56. -
S ha confirmed the decision of 16111
notified to make immediate Drs. Gamble & Betton
pay EIGHTH Kegs, ------- -
: .IV. R. PETTIS, J. G. ANDERSON, that members of the undersigned.WM. OU, quarter do. Notice. IIl'ER their l roCessionnl Services to tile Pub-
incompetent to testify in courts IL WARE, )t O
C. G. ENGLISH, R. A. SHINE, SMITH SIMKINS Admra- For sale by R. II. BERRY. weeks after date, I shalnpply tim the Hun. lie. J2f Qffice opposite the Store of Messrs.
coiding to the laws of that j f November 22, 1856. 47 SIX Scott i Pool
Jan. 3, 1857. l-8w of Probate in and couuty of Jetfer Hodgkiss,
-- son, for letters of Administration on the t-siateof January 5, 18it5. 1
THOS. RANDALL, McDOUGALL.. Condensed HORSES Fruits, &c. John Severs,late(If said county: delee.1 -- .

)ER West Wind to arrive in a few days, JAE' MEDICAL NOTICE. i1:
A VOTER. (:'J time City of Tallahassee, I
and Harness. 15 whole boxes Raisins, Nov. i5, 185G. '- ill
cciplJt and Disbursenczztsfor ,.
20 half" -- -- ----- DR. !
roil THE FLOKIDIAX.Mr. ing Dec. 31, 1856. will exhibit and offer for 20 Mackerel and Ierring.A ,
few days, n tine lot of lociteilin Tallahassee ofivrs his
Etltior-The following ticket for In- 1856. Da. ] barrel Currants FEW HALF BBLS. each No. 1 Mackerel. and HAVING pro-
the Office
shell services to public. opposite
cash the AND HARNESS HORSES. 1 Almonds, soft the Fisheries.
Dec. 31-To p'd following Herring, Jinc from For sale ata '
tendant and Councilmen is suggested to the 1 Walnuts. Dr. Barnard's Drug Store.
Teachers salaries at 1' from down to fine low rate by I
eight pair superfine 1 Brazil Nuts, Dec. 20, 1856. 51-Cm
voters of Tallahassee as fit and proper to bo Btitute they are determined to selL Thankful Filberts McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO.

elected, combining as it does the requisite talent To 1'hilosoph'cal' A patrenage heretofore extended to them, 1 1"Frail Dates,, Kovembr 8, 1850' 45 Dr. N. G. MCDONALD
To other at - -------- -- ;
be able
expenses to supply the demands of the
and governmental experience, besides giving such as :Furniture, Stoves '. and its iucinity, with saddle For November sale by 22, 1856. R.47 H. BERRY. LIME. MOXTICELLO, FLA. .

to every portion of the city a representative pairs, advertisiug, To salaries paid to WILL
lauded and fur sale
in the Council Board. An insertion of it tendant, Clerk, ( Q; UA LITY Cheese. by ORMOND CO. to him. t t
Office that of Cu!.
.c AUGIT. J adjoining
in columns will oblige Marshal, !.faction to all who may patronize them 50 BOXES per R. H. Gamble. 8. 45 March 1856.
your 186. 22. 121yR.H.BERRY
To fees to Intendant, 60 A No. 1 saddle horses-some of the 35 boxes English Dairy Clicrse. -- ,------ _
MANY VOTERS.For of misdemeanor tried ( can be found at P. B. Brokn: ,', For sale by R. II. BERRY. White Pine Lumber.
Intcndant's Court, November 22 1856. 47
Stable. R. M. SCRUGGS ") A II FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted, suitable ,
To salaiies to Street J. C. BIIADFOIU W lor Cabinet} Makers, Sash and Blind, Makers Auctioneer and Commission
Iiilenda.nl, tors, bo found at Brokaw's For Charleston-Regular Packet.
? Stable.
: or Joiners Work. Not often such a lot for sale '
Dr. G. TROUP MAXWELL.For To lumber for streets and 27, 185C. 52-3t FIRST VESSEL. here.: McNAUGHT, ORMOND J CO. MERCHANT.
labor, *
Councilmcn To coiifns for Taxes f$ rf"MIE regular packet brig HERALD, Nov., '56. 45 TALLAHASSEE Fla, Sept. 29, 855. 39 '
JFJTn Kceue master will have for the -------- -- ---- '
T. B. DHOKA W, It A. SHINE, To Licenses into due collected ou State, :I'V and Negroes, above jK>rt. For freight or passage apply to Cheap Cash Store. JOHN R. LLOYD Htict1cxioer :
D. LADD, New Port. ,
II H. BERRY P. H. FLAGG. Jau. I/56. Florida for Sale, \ x (opportunity is now offered at the commencement
Nov. 15 1R3(5. -lt
G. IL MEGL ISS, Dr.W. R.HA WARD, To fees in the cse of ) A LONG Oil E'lJ 1 T. ; -- I of the Tmsiuess season for our South-wes- : "
vs. The City, Georgia i frcmls and Floridians, when AND
PHILIP T. PEARCE. II. T. BLOCKER. 1000 PieCes of Wall Papering. 1.1 generaly.
To arbitrators' award i in 5.rsale my PLANTATION of IIS3 -.- tlTi it Tallahassee to call and : pr res MERCHANT
and costs, situated in Miu county, Middle (J-ST roofived. a large assortment of every variety our ( before they purchase consisting iu partas I
Half Interest In the Gcoroian and Jour To loan from II L. from Madison Court House, ami J of color and quality Window-Papering plain follows : TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

nal for Sale. \interest now b lildiu'j from Tallahassee to and figured. Bordering to suit all.McDOUGALL. Staple Dry Goofs of every description ; July 19, 1856.
29-ly ,
The senior Editor offers for sale his interest To contingent expenses, and .Savannah. It has a hood dwelling & HOBBY. Bmits, Shoes Hats, Kersey, Plnnket., de
Nov. 15 185(5.( 46
jug on Cemetery necessary out buildings in good 20,000 best Havana ,
(om'.half) in the Georgian $ Journal establishment. tising, repairing wells, < )' acres cleared and under fence, worth - -- Fine Groceries, French Brandies, S. S. KNIGHT, "

The paper has a very large circulation To LaLtuce on hand 1 New Books. Superior Madeira. Port and Sherry- Wine AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANTTALLAHASSEE I"

(a little over four thousand,) and enjoys --\L80- received, a large oitment SALT-A quantity ou hand, sold cheap for cimh. : I
1 JUST GROCERIES-Bacon, Flour, Sugar Ck, fee. Hit,, FLORIDA.
of advertising custom. : ( Books, compihStandaid ofdJll' ,
a good run
60 Keg iocs most or them awl i
185G. Ca. youp-; Whiskev. thing to suit the want of the |x?<>ple.
finisho I \oiLs, Prose, Poetry and every 8 05
nected with it is a thoroughly job s: To aa anpioved purchaser \\:J') will Nov. 8, 1856. 4 J. IL LLOYD. September 1.1 A
Dee. 31 cfl-h from the
office. To a gentleman with capital the investment -By : and negoesentire, I will give 10 years nianoe-, with all the recent publications: _u : __
Hal. from report tf 1855, Bancroft's and Hiltlretu's United Stntts.Motley's WILLIAlSCOTT :
follows The
cd. as : purchase to ,
money Wanted
inducements.Five .
holds out many tuition collected ,
Bf of the Dutch ,
Bond with di- History Republic just pub.
good personal security, ,
thousand dollars will he required in rlo. Institute, rnnual instalments hearing interest I lished.Allison's! :.00 HIDES, for which the highest price will bef AYYO&iNiEY[ Air LAW, $II t

cash. For the remainder of the purchasemoney By.. taxes.4 on ac't 1855, 8 per cent, and mortgage of the Proper Continuation of the History of Europe, paid in cash. I Merchandize.J.. MONTICELLO, FLA. I .

long time will be given, if desired. 1656 ca t'je whole bum to }be pa'd; annu S tim aii-1 I Cth volumes.AUioiL's R. LLOYD.
By fines impcvd bj ; and Scott's Ni.olcoIi Bonaparte; Theirs' No8,1856. 45 July SO,1853. 30 tljan j t
:'with (the instalment falling due and l'
Persons wishing to purchase must apply kit''Court \ ; ___
French Revolntion; Gibbons; Home; Hume and Ma- -- --- - -- -
CharVton So. Ca.
before the 15th day January, 1857. By License. \ y can be examined, by calling nj Johu caules-s England. 3rd and 4th volumes; Ri'liiu's Ancient Lumber. R1CUAUDT.""" BIUcnKTT. Cli5L8WaWI13- -.___.__a f I i

By loan by H. L.\ row h cbn: ,e of the plantation! and ap- Hit >ry; Thirlwall's Greece; Ro'utson's works; "1"t, TE have on hand Five or Six Tbnns.ui S BiFvCHETT & DOWNING, .
Peru bundre
A NORTHERN VIEW OF THE LATE TKOU- \ i the made to ..Ie .it Slatesbui", So. Ca, Philip Presentis the Ferdinand 2nd nod Miscellaneous nnd Isabella; ,Russell's Mexico,Modern, IT feet of good SEASONED every dis ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAI3S j. 1
Ricbai-dsor, Su.nlcr So. Ca. which will be delivered in Tallahasoe low.
liLt ix TIlE SotTu.-The Albany Evening By balance brot down I IClIAS. cnfi'e by: 0.h Jaauarv next, I will Europe: ILilUm's Historical Works; The Works of Those criplion wishing, Lumber can address us at CtntreviHe.- NO. 499, Sevrnlli irecf, r ,I 'f

J Journal one of the'most rabid and prominent at Public Auction on tile premises on Lnnl B..COII, Addison Goldsmith, Irving, Scott, Bills sawed at short notice. WASHINGTON CITY. P
TALLAHASSEE, De. 31, 1856. Dickens Irving' Life of Washington, Spark's Wash-
Black Republican papers i in the North, h: ; negroe in families, mid upon a credit ington and; Hradley's Washington; Chamber's Ms-; A. R. COMBS & CO.Sept WILL practice before the Court of Claims,and.
.. ; fie tm-d as above. f
before and
ye-rs 27, 1856. 89 claims Cougrets the is--
some sensible remarks the late domes'! J cellaneous Writings m 10 volumes library style; .
on ;:; j Instruction the offer ou tlial day fur caih every thing --- -- ernl Departments.
d American Literature 2
of ,
Chamber's cljpcilia in t
10 or 12 good mules. 80 ) P.B.BJOKAW'S.LIYfW ,
disturbances in the South. It would be w ? say issued} account of the July 28 & Zft
and Branches volumes just containing an :
Higher t yoke oven, 100 head of hogs 2 to 3000
for the literature of our country from its discovery to the pie- AND: SUE STABLES 1A.
patrons of the Journal .0 ponder er i 15 to 20 000 bundled fodder, 1000 ,
l pent day with a Memoir of tile Authors and extracts ,
cotton seed, rita 20 Ix-shels of Owen FLORIDA.
its te cbings. It says : Gentleman, who has had from their writings. The best book of the kid ex TALLAHASSEE
A >n teed, (pi'iO.) 2 Gins, Bacon, Pota A TTT AT LAW"
"The nervonsness, the vigilance, the vigr 7 t teaching, and can offer high ( i, 8 or 10 Hogsheads Syrup. seed taut. .- TUE Proprirlor: would iD
the thoroughness of remedy exhibited by the desires a situation as private tutor, and a first rae cast iron Mill, Black Simni'a, Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances his mends and the TALLAHASSEE FLA. '

Academy in a good community, for Plantation Tools, House and Kitchen iu sets ; Statesman's Manual; History of the public' that he has rebuilt his, __ May 21, 1853. 20 Sf
whites of Tennessee on the occasion of the peusat'oc. ]Republic' ; Webster's and Calhoun'sVoik's, complete, large Buck tables, nt be old stand, end ;is now .

recent alarm of a slave insurrection in that ADDRESS : to for all in 6 volumes. prepared to accommodate hisriends and customers EDWARD M. WEST.7
necessaiy papers.
State are noteworthy things. They who RET. BISHOP RLTTLEDGE, pay W. W. REES, Blank Books and Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal lie also has attached to hi. 'tables, a good Blac'- tT -

know the South know that, under similar circumstances MAJ. Jon.v BEAED, } Statesburg, So. Co. nud Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with ands smith Shoo: w lie e he will have brve t'oneoll' kml.of Attorney and Counsellor -Law, ;

below DR. J. H. RANDOLPH, ) 27, 1856. 62-tds \ 'thout handles ; Envelopes fancy and plain; Visiting Plantation work Ho.e shoeing, and C.rriagework in t
, the entire while population JUDGE J. McCAxrs, J ,, and Placing Cards ; Ledgers. Journals, I ay- the very best manner and with promptness and hiS TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. )

Mason and Dixou's Line would exhibit ; COLe J. M. RATSOH, f Books. Records and Pass-Books, and every article patch.November. April 5,

the same qualities of character and of ac Oa EDITOR OF FLORIDIAX A Jouinc for Sale. usually found in our bu!mess. 5, 1853. 4
& HOBBY. ,. .
Nov. 15. 46 McDOUOALL -- -- ---- -
tion. January 3, 1857. 1Trustee's & oSTers for sa'e his b.y Peter.- : '

In the slavery debate, made perennial dcsirou 1 of obtainirg a valuable Smith, LIFE INSURANCE.

cow by the continuous aggression of the politicians to call immediately. If tyt, disposed of Fresh Groceries. THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. ,,
he offered at public Auction on the 2nd WILL
New Orleans
of slavery, this anxiety, this watchfulness UNDER and by virtue of the uext. JUST received from ACCUMULATED Cn1TAL..l,00t.UOO.J ) i
and swift of the masters, of trust, executed D. C. WILSON. f Bushels Heavy Oats fTMUS Company issues. policies on the lives of of the Stutc.
vengeance nod
chett and dated the first day of 60 barrels: Extra Superfine JL White persons for one or more years or for the Ud States in
are a concession which cannot be mistaken.To 20, 1856. 51 5 do Molasses,
d by virtue of a decree of the whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. .
-------- -----
the humane and the wise at the North as ker, dated 19th April, 1858, d'-ecti 20 do Irish I'utatocs-l"ellU\f. Dividends declared to the insured on policies issued D.

veil as to the men of color at the South, they of wid trust I will eell for ca on Circular Saws. 5 do Lard, for lfe.ILIH Dee. 22, f

teach a lesson that should: sink deeply into February, 1857 in the town of 4 GRIFFITH'S, and HOE & COGS 2 lo do Lard Oil, FUEEMAS, Actuary.-MORRIS FRANKLIN,Pres't

sense,and memory That lesson is the hope. law County Jackson in ,tof all the t"ie said right, Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, con 20 1 do Dried Whiskey: Beef '. Applications received in Tallahassee by \ I

lessness of an armed contest by the slaves for and to or the following equity described tract at a cojarniusion ou manufacturer's D. LADD. 2 tierces Duftield's Hams January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. Attorney :

the of their freedom. via The 5 hhds. Clear Sides
recovery rtoate in said eounty, : 20, 1856. 61
., white 5 do Shoulders, AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO.
Color makes all men of blood in of Section seven, Township'six
the what. West; the woutk West quit ter 1 box Dried! Tongues. For by CAPITAL,.f WILL i
without any exception and Range tbe West Fresh Rice. Nov. 22 47 R. II. BERRY. 500,00. ,

rveq'. compact together solidly for defence and East Township quarter, and tbe; West half direct from Charleston. 60 whole -- ----- THE iMidersigned. Agent of the above Company, XUrch; 22. 1

support against a common danger from color.A quarter of same section, Township Rice. For Kale right by Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, receive. applctos for and make insurance -

ivtiiu band will never be&uad in ,a ,cam tbe South East qr i'> /of Section D. LADD. For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. against loss by and Frame Buildings,

of the ; ii be. Range eleven West-containing 20, 1856. fil has received FumitureMerchandze,&e. ATT
insurrectionary negroetiMB passions THE Subscriber just a January 19, 1S5C. 3 B. C. LEWIS.
of the most nervous and exdffRe .branch ofthecouquerigSaxoz ; D. P. large supply of Carriage, MA. :
family would be stirred Jaiuaiy._ 3, 185'1. 1-5 wJ3f Flour, Flour. Buggies, and Harness which he offers
Marianm Patriot will FALL HTTiTiTNERY.MBS
The Al ison Extra, for sale on the most reasonable terms. will attend
in t1te Sooth to'perfect phrenzy by a servile nf sale.Administrator's. .. ;
rebillion. day Crafton November 18, 1854. 46 B. DAVIS has opened and will b re preme Courts j"y
Mills --- -- ---- -- -- --- States at
City Superfine.
\iug. bv express, throughout the the
Questions, therefore, about the issue of the CAKAP CASH STORE, WILLIAM P SLUSSER, litest and most fashionable styles of Office oppo

slave rebellions of those .which are partial THE undersigned JOHN R. LLOYD. PARIS MILLINERY Octob r'28.
S. Forehand. fl, 1856. 49-St TaJ.J.ahassee, FJ.a. ,
and those which general can be s ,cedily
Are ,
sell at public sale before the TIN SHEET &bbos. Flowers and Feater; also a rich selection Dr :
solved. would be ruinous and men- OK ,
They the 2nd
Tallahassee, on Monday Dr Trimmings wit variety of Dress and
table errors. That the local ones would- cv. next.the following lands of said Segars. IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cloak, Pattern Dets. Dresses,. Cloaks HeadDresses -

?7,where b* crushed, and with -excess, of county( of Leon and State of Flonda who love to smoke good SEGARS DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED Ac. made t ocr. Bonnets bleached,press

punishment aggrtvated severity .of future East half of the Southwest ; them together with some choice, Tur- \V ed and (shapes from the country

,who have North'eart quarter of the Northwest smoking !TOBACCO at the Drug ARE.Stfn'c IIcnd.qI1Rl1el'4JASPLENDID ? faithfully and promptly! filled The ladies of Tallahassee December
treatment- is clear all acfrate
to any. -
seven; Southwest quarter of the So AMES A LIVELY. and vicinity are tolicited to call and examine
knowledge the, (acts' of ".slitvery.lat .- section iris' Soathwut quarter of the 48 assortment Cooking. Parlor at the house kwn/I Oirard'ioppoeite the I
trimmed with neatness ,
uo.gneralconipiracys.n4:COlJ,1preh kr of Section six; and t.M tovea, .' .. '

,sive pUu\of[ rebellion" can .ever; !be matured.ag Northeast quarter of section wen;' C. H. AUSTIN reduced prices.Out Epi5p_44_._- S

>instthe"watchfulnesi! intelligence, and re-' 1, Range,I-North and.West Door Work.
oorees 'clear.: The property of the minor and i ER of Deeds for the States of New Roofing,Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering:'Copper Havana Cigars, > try. tat The.
of the whites U equally
estate. SARAH Virginia, North and South and'Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet '
TUST IL H. Gambia 5000 best by tin
** be per qunlJ pain;
If 'reve
i is to
the end of American slavery ,.. 8.1857. 1-lm Georgia. Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pump Shop weft. ( ity and try them In lI pnlvinif

conquered' )b'* feeprmsi j dpratioa. will .:. .49-3t- of every variety done at.short' notice. cip Cal MoDUGAL. HOBBY until fully

be etennWdrtbertf) pbilathops.cuot; Notice. City and Country merchantsAre August 2.1856. a *
Ij-'eng ft in'ny plaii i(;rot Hs i ?tannin B lionwbieh ALL per' n5 are h-'rcby note ca- ;: Gin. respectfully invited to give me a call befojd purriasing A Fresh. Supply of worn prepared:with for' ;

4 tnlUt iheiarainiiy tliet,poll i promissory above sire has elsewhere. Cig.
410 .. second band GIN.of
Fowler bearer, for FLIrt tire doll N.B. All articles rnanufactued from the Terjr by ::. that tifltM
or rvar
nd 4s and J3T OO\REO.VE Fi
cjr*,* :*y aipatbj of:the*South.Eman daUd OD the 26thdvff>"AprUrlM used to gin SO bales. Cottou as best material and warranted durable. No other artt 10,.0 I 10 t ue .ecv
ri pa U'onU a'Southern i"N ort: For M!. low by. .,. ". :
'Cu88Uon..The 80 by 1000. 4HQB3 YIC tfcch1taDt
nay it wllcuomnelltd, McNAUGUT ORMOND L CO. le will !be "('?red for sale. )cDUGALt' -.
c:1lr e'(r hav :U'1L"'ft'i. ,v a r.Ici.ol .' _, : b A4LILM ;' 45.li October ?O, 1855., 4'i NuvvublI1;: \8I \.r".y at. ,
..r 8, 53. -I.
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li {' Executor's Notice. NEW GOODS., TO THE PUBLIC.I Important to BAIHIE& I P Dr. : &cLAB.E'S'

: and entitled Housekepr General Merchants : tiL1iBRTD
tot "
> creditors legatee* nertoo* ,
ALL DO in 1854.1 I
CERTIFY* the year visited AND t.I.
ii in the estate of Henry Saxon deceased PRAT 0 Dr. Vf.Mosdey Ifr at.Griffin, for the FARMERS FLA.HAVING YERMIFTJGE .
4 are hereby notified to exhibit the earn to the JOHN RIO US .1 I
of obtaining painful dis the of Mr. [
t undersigned Executrix within two ,from thIS pre Te a purchased i"ureL TuoK' .
truein CANCIE: of the nose nod eye. My i ] *. (of the late firm of KicHA* eojr I\i AibLIVER
I date or the aame will be barred at the expiration of MERCHANT'TAILOR, befie visited the Arthur's Patent Air-Tight d
that ELIZABETH SAXON. entirely gone Dt bides WBITAXXB,) we tender friend. the public i PILLS.Two
period. Dealer I la Ready Mate CI.thiog aD.Ge.tlemen'e a Jeep ulceration my cheek Frrth Fruits and Towa- t o n I .
: Nor. If. 1856. 48- 8v Executrix. fry o a aut my CANSprnening olynscdin"'the *ernce* in the Storing, Baying&tiog.ltecrivmgand f .
I am and proud to This article
eye. nappy say tt Mosely I of
eclTe Forwarding
I Famishing Goods. did relieve me and had it not been my having to East and Northern States season, To our friend C aD Merbanin. .i | fib* boat Preparation..f th,A...

I .:1. Daniel T. Lingo Admt'r, &&, ) Jefferson dreuittT --- exp myself t very extreme cold, b wl'aler. I will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee andsurround4ng thank] for the an pt extended us. and t. '

T*. V Court. / am note receiving my Fall and Winter svp- that would have had n retur country by the undersigned who has row hope, by attention to their ia future t They are not recom
itrnt. ;
'::1; Sarah C. GrangeY et al J In Chancery. disease. I visited the Doctor A second time and he the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincimty for I merit continuance ou the !

' IT appearing to the ,satisfaction of the Court in this p of Cloths, Cassimercs, Vesting, 4c., of relieved me again; and so far a tbe various teports the,eoming senson. It is only necessary to call andexamine I P.K.BAILLIE a FLETCHER lme. WHITAEER': mended as Universal

: -i cause that Walter Granger, Willis Granger iwid Color Style and Quality about the Dtoa injuring or failing to relieve me, these article and the rlmmtndalJ of New Port, Fla, July 1st, 1856. ,j
At the heir of Washington Granger, deceased, defen. Every they are positively false. As regards Dr.Moseley's I i the persons who have used them to be convinced that I Cure-alls but for

,. f dante in!tbe above stated cause,reside beyond the which I am prepared to make in the most skill in the Treatment of Cancers, I know of no Phy- I I they are the best. mot simple and economical nrticle ( t Having disposed of my Interest in the late : simply
:: 1 Iifl3itlOIflOrid&toTitiatheStsteofAl&bamaeo vp sician in the woild that I would sooner rely on than f for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can | firm of Richardson A. Whitnker, to Messrs. Bailli ttWhitaker ; what their
fashionable style, on short notice him. As a SURGEON: equal 1 used by the most unskilful withont the name pur,
that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon rHYSIIANheis I I.I.b person j would tender my thank to my friend and I
.. them: It ia ordered that said cause be set lor bearing REASONABLE TERMS. t any in the Southern ; ad am happy to risk of failure. I j patrons for their former kindness) abd confidently recommend '
.1':i AND say that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and Purchasers are supplied circular con- I' ports. 40*
on the first Monday in April next and that Mid t t wit 1 to their favour and support my successor
-ALSOA Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with t full and reliable iorputlingupfruits I I Ii RICHARDSON. .
'j defendant do plead answer or demur, in business. T. J. !
.1 ::1 by that time, al"i.e&O cause will be tried onthefactsehargedlnaadBdl LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF CIr, to visit the DOCTOR as soon ns possible and j and tomatoes in these Cans, placing tbe whole process July 26, 1856. 30THOMAS ) The VERMIFUGE, for
have their health RANSOM ____
: ProvidedThataeopy restlre. COOPER. j conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A
of this order be published in a newspaper' at TalUliasfee READY-MADE CLOTHING, Rome, August large supply ol these Cans will be constantly kept i expelling Worms from

) for the space of three months next before said Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, kju Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the nov in my j jprlsenc. I i in store. Persons wishing to supply elvs WHITE,

.- first Monday. Done and passed at Chambers thie inch us Cloaks,Talmas Coats,Vests, Pants, Ac., Ac, THOMAS PERRY, I i I i apply immediately, as the fruit season near al band. the human system has
and Sheet Iron ,
Rome, August SOth, 1855. ., MANUFACTURER
and Copper
: 3rd December, 1856. which will be disposed of at low prices. All Cans fold ar'malte by the undersigned warranted i .
J.VJL Ware, and dealer in pll kinds of Plain and
I I safe. WM. P SLUSSER. FaDI I also been
I J. WAYLES BAKER,Judge. Also H large lot of Plain awl Fancy Shirts, Collars,
S December 13. 1 SM. 50-Sai Undershirts Cravats Stocks Hosiery, Ac, &. Awful Case of Cnucor Cured. I, May :3 n], 185G. 22 cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizen administered
Tallahassee and the that be is I
out-fit will consult their THIS is to that S. ---- surrounding country with the
H. ,
Those desiring A thorough certify of Craw- II most
Hara. now prepared to wait all that wish to satisfactory
India Rubber Packing. interests call as all the above ford to I, Piano o
own by giving me a articles county.came me theyear a Cancer Fortes. him in his line of business. He also his
have been selected with great care and with a on his,chin, of fourteen years standing the chin- tl'odtt tn" I I results various
Rubber of all thicknesses from 3- to
'f Packing j furnish PianoFortes I to his friends, and the public generally for
INDIA inch hand at D. LADD. special view to their adaptation to this market. bone and salival glands had all become very much ,!i, WE arc prepared to very ;' anima/
I constantly on I best liberal e with which he has heretofore been
of the qsality, patronage
.1 Newport. Oct. 18. 18SG. 42 I October 18, 18t\6. ly-42 "" disese been and his under constitution the treatment nearly ruined of many Mr.eminentphysicians Har I! upon the most liberal terms. very I favoied, and be hopes that a continuation of the same !,, subject to Worms.The .
will be granted him.

Executor's Notice. A. B. CLARKE ard, of Cba"leto, and among nnd them also, was the the celebrt great d Dr.Dr.Shep j; to They quality are or second price.t none in any country either as I He of will Ware constantly keep on in hand a full supply of all I I LIVER PILLS, for
usually kept of his
Instrument be warranted. an
'r mouths after late, I shall present my final ac- |! shall, of IC1n. who treated his case twice without ;I Every I srl of business. A full assortment estbli.bment Iron the of
his Fall and Winter Stock of the disease. He ofShl'e cure COM-
and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of j now receiving removing finally went to Dr. Mar.sbal "
Lead Sheet
Sheet Zine
,r IS suitable for he informed the third time and I: }February 23, 185&. 8 Lad; Pipes; ; Cilten
Probate f.tI' Jefferson County as executor of John Goods, as me lie refus-! I and a other articles too Pnmp
many numerous all
: Johnson late of said County:deceased and ask fur a : tr-JJ \?J Fl1' do anything more for him. Sannafter that.time tion. great PLAINT, BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

I dismiSion and discharge as such ex(cutor. ; Mr.Harris beard of the ninny wonderful cures that I Q-iie. I II TO BUILDERS.
". W.JAMES HINES,qualified executor. consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cawi had made and visited me at GrfD. ns a last resort.I I SICK
i November 22, IS56. Grn-47 I. mores amid Vestings of all colors, and of the best quality commenced treating his :n six week the I JUST received 600 OUNCES Stilpll Quinine Tin Roofing, GuteriDg. Copper and Tn Conducting: HEAD
t i which he is prepared) to manufacture! to order on Cancer was all removed, and the so-e curly .- BrillU together with a great variety I Pipes tcn all of promises to in the motwork.maDlike ACHE &c. -
the most reasonable terms and in the most This case was seen and witnessed by :more than five I of pure Chemicals. AMES d LIVELY. manner and style, and of tie best ma .

,I Notice. i FASHIONABLE MANNER hundred persons. I have tbe Cancer 11077 in my possession April! 5. 1866. ____.,_'__14_ _' __ __ : terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms I s will
ALL persons having demands nsjainst the estate o ,nnd any person can see it b) cjlliu" rt my office Olive OIL.I Having been engaged for the last eight years in please
S. Houck. will present thrm to the DIll leI't Together with a general assortment of in in Gnffin. This case was witnessed by business at this place be thinks it unnecessary t recommend be
t signed administrator within the time prescribed by : CLOTHING THOMAS JONES of I I A SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re himself any further to tie public as regardshis particular to ask fo

't Jaw. or this notice will be plead in bar of tleir recovery : READY-MADE Dr. J. D. MARTIN, Grife I crired by AMES d LIVELY.April5. capabilities 881 mechanic, but at the same time he :

.4" ; and all persons indebted are requested to make that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing .E. W. WILSON, I 2856._. 14_ I assures all that favor him with a call, good work and Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated
payment immediately. I ever exhibited for sale in this city con ting of .F. CRENSHAW, cheap prices. .

i: JOHN W. HOUCK Admfr. Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, I do certify, that myself, and many others, of this I Flower Jars. I Having removed from the old stand formerly knownas VERMIFUGE and

.oj December 201856. 61-8t I Fancy Cassimere and Beaver :Frock at d Business place were eye witaesses to the above stated case, i LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sire White d SInsser, be will be found al Im sfpud corner -

I I Coats, and that Mr. Harris left perfectly wel A *, Just received and for sale by of 20 foot etreet where he will be glad :to waiton LIVER PILLS, prepared by
i Notice. Black and coloreJ Cloth: Beaver and Pilot Over- IIATTON. I AME'.1 LIVELY. all THOMAS WHITE

I Sack Surtouts, Griffin, May, 14, 1852. April, 185B. 1 Dec. 1,1855. 48NEW < R
demands the estate of Black and Doeskin and Cassimere I ---- ----- ---
ALL persons having again Raglan's Fancy ( ) (yy.Vei.
". W. Townsend, deceased, late of Leon Pants, To the Afflicted .of nil Conditions.I II I PROVISIONS-plenty at last. GOO1)S.TOWLE ) L"li"1
.. .; county,are notified to present them to the undersigned Best Grenadine Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, rrr\ BBLS. Flour _
+ within the time prescribe by law.or they will be barred Fancy Velvet Cass-iim-re Silk and Cashmere do. do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha t IJ 8 Bacon Sides and Shoulder & MYERS8ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -
: and all persons indebted are requested to make pay. White Silk do, Cancer ou my upper lip which caused me pain in Calk Hams now receiving by recent I

: ment immediately. I Gents' Shawl Brewing Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, desoribable. After tr>ing the ski of al the most 10 2 Bbls. Mess Pork from New York.stash- Pa. and take no
J L. M. WHITE, Aduil'r. Cotton and Merino Undershirts, eminent Physicians that I could r and that Lard and and well selected stock of
2 do.
<: December 20, 1856. 51-8w Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. without relief I gave up my case as hopeless :and a kegs other there
.2 .
.. I thought, with death etariiiT me in the f-ce. But fortunately 4 Molasses, 20 do. Rectified Whiskey, .Jewelry, as are
-.ALSO- f.r me, I beard of Dr. W. R. great 10 6 Sugar 4 do. French Biscuit. For sale gold bunting levers, ladies vaousother

Notice.A I A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and sneers;in the t.eatmrnt of this disease M03eleJs a last by McNAUGHT, ORMOND d CO.iov.856. gold levers, silver lever, hunting anchor, lepine and preparations now

i A persons having demands n *ainst the estate of j Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats. Collars. colored and rsorl I placed myself under his treatment and in one I 45 quartier Watches ; Cameo,Mosaic, Coral I and al gol

:. J\. Hartwell Watkins late of Jefferson county. deceased white Kid and silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread fiom the time he commeued I was per ectl., i bosom pins and earrings, necklaces, gold and before the public,. pur-
will take notice that tbey must present them j do. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric find- sound, and have been so ever ioce. India Rubber Belting. ses, bosom pins and lockets (II hair and daguerreotypes -

f:1 to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle ELIZABETH JINKS. ,4 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting of j jXX '; goluand hair bracelets; a large asset tment of porting to be Vermiflige'and

11 prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead' in bar Thread and Marino \ Hose AP, :. CALL AND Butts County, Ga, May 27, 1846. two, three and four ply. warranted fully equal I i fane plain diamond ruby pearl and g met ony x and I
oftbeir recovery; and( all persons indebted to snid BUY. to Leather. and 75 per cent cheapr; in fact cornelian finger ring; gentlemen's diamond iu; Liver Pills. 'All

t estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay October 18, 1856. 42Foi' Horrible. Case of Cnnccr Cured, ered by those who have tred ,superior to conid-I,I sleeve buttons, plain cameo, onyx and cornelian; a
: ment to the undersigned -, er. All sizes, from 4 to inches wide constantlyon I great variety of studs, fine gold, vest, fob and guardchains others in
BY DR. \/. r MOSELEY M. D. I 1 scale keys, gold and siver pencil cases comparisonwith
W L W. HEIR, AdmY. hand by D. LADD. I II pen ant .
.!" Sale.a.r1'HA I do certify that I was for many years bodily nfflic- and gold, silver and and silver
Monticello Nov., 1856. 8w-14 Newport Oct. 18. 1856. 42 steelspectce gold Dr.
ted with Cancer. on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the I I thimbles. are

':. Notice. T Beautiful Location where I now re remedies I could hear of, but found no relief. I finally Town Property for Sale. Fine Cutlery nnd duns. -
Clinton heard of Dr. ". R ) great success in the worthless: -
;, ALL persons having demands against the estate of on five Street of near Land the attached College treatment of Cancer l'J.leys and virited him at THE undersigned offers at private sale, the.follow Dinner and breafat knife without forks, knives

t.:: R. Blnckledge. late Jefferson county deceased to tbe residence are undivided over by acres etre .ts the Griffin, and iu the couise of six weekalie had the Cancer described property known as the Jra,is.Lots, and forks in sela, carvers and steel single, fine pocket The GENUINE

; will take notice that they must present them fine Garden Stable, Corncrib, Carriage; on premise hou all removed. I wouh advise all that are afflicted viz: Lots. NOB. 3, 25, 27, 30, 48, 140, 141, 142, 143, cuter shears scissors and razors; fice double McLanc'sVermifge

p it t. the undersigned duly authenticated withiu the time I I Negro a houses, Well of cool water and "p, with tIle disease, to aud Lave their health 144, 226, 227. 235. 23V,240, 241, 242 243, 244. 245 laminate steel and stub twist guns, common and Liver
1 prescribed by law or thi notice will be plead in bar j Cistern. There a splendid several beautiful Or good the rl'sL.n,1, He i i. beyond all kind of doubt, the most 248. 246, 250, 252, 253. 254. 25G. 257. 258, 268, all guns, sht pouches of various ptemg. flue and ;
of their and all indebted to said i are Squires ( in the of the of Tallahassee. common powder cleaning anti
p. recovery; persons West and North side of the Collide suitable for rf-i- : doctor in (the Southern Siats. original city fks. ros caps be had
can now
estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay I deuces which I will tell at private sale. This is a rare Cherokee Co.Ga.; EMANUEL DOMINGAS.REKtRENcr. -ALSO--- wad, wad cuters, ad materials gunsmiths. Pils a

f.- meet to the undersigned. opportunity. offered to those persons who may desireto "-Dr.J. D. Marlin, Grifn. Ga.; Dr. J. Lots NOB. 1,2,3,4, f>, 6, 7, in S. Counly qr.A Silver nnd Plated Ware. I l respectable
THOMAS O. ODER Administrator.
I locate in Tallahassee and educattheir children in Y. M. Puckct, Harris county, :: ; Bishop, .Silver table, desert and tea spoons, silver forks, soup Drug
Nov.29. 1856. 8-7-48 L s
L either of tIle male or female Colleges of this city, unsurpassed Giiflin, Ga. 0 and cream ladles, butter and pickle knives, plated! Stores.
Lots N. 4. 12, 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61
; & and
Notice. by none for the ability and acquirements of I fork waiters, castors, cake and fruit bas
62 in the South spra
the gentlemen in charge of the above institutions.For Scirrlms Breast can be Cured. J County quarter. ket tea sets and communion .eric BRO'S
:' ALL persons having claims against the estate of particulars apply to JOHN R. LLOYD.Stpt. LET THE PUBLIC READ I The above described property formerly belonged I sugar.and cream dishes, chamber and parlor FLEMG ,

Boatwngbt deceased, late of Leon 27, 1856. 39-tf to the and the and to Oov. Brown. For further information and terms, candlesticks, st.celars. boquet holders, card and ST., PITTSBURGH, Pi.
. county are notified to them to the I mc-rcy aficted. gratitude high whYh will be liberal apply to A'.Perry Amaker, Esq., I flower baskets .
. hereby present ----------- -- opinion I entertain MOSELEY as a Surgeonand ware ; Sole
1 undersigned Admitrstrator withtn the time prescribed FRESH GARDENYEE DS.' Physician. I deem it my duty mention th case Attorney at Law. Tallahassee. Articles. PoprietorSCOVIL
0 by law. or this notice will be plead in bar of their CHARLE P. MANNING.Until lUbcelancons
recovery & MEAD,
of wife, the
at time
GROWTH0F 1855. my hoping same that all persons sold, the property be for rent Ladies icticules, satchels, work boxes, Berliniron
and all
. ; persons indebted are requested to similarly afflicted bo bcncfilted ab\'e parl No. Ill, Charters St.New
Flat may by it In the A. PERRY AMAKER. and morocco port monaies, pearl Ore
make Hafra Turnip Cabbage. Beets, Ac coral -
: payment immediately. RUT (fiist pirt: of tlii ye.itmy wife had several beads, coral necklaces and armlets caes. General Wholesale agent for the Southern Sttu, t
B. J. R. BOATWRIGHT AdmY. received, )lalllmpRIJ February 1856. '-tf ,jet bracelet
AMES A LIVELY. make their nppcurance!in her breast ; they cfltin. necklaces, and bosom pins napkin hair whom all orJe must be addrl
Nov. ---- ------ ---
29. 1856. 48 8 --- -- tth
f w ued increase sire until the ring. Sold Ames & Jr. M3s
January 5, 1S5R. L to in whole breast became Cod Liver Oil. brushes.hat revivers, shell buffalo rubber by E Brar.
a diseased mass, and vciy I the combs china Nash & Co. Tallahassee, .; 1
--- painful procured j ivory and dolls, razor and Ii
i Notice. Turpentine Farm for-Sale.- I best medical aid iu the cily of P.me. and notwithstanding FRESH A PURE of the celebrated .Brand He i I mouey belts cigar cases wa, feather dusters strop and Quin. Gardner&Mill. Newport; W. C

1 weeks after date the undersigned will apply (lie earnest antI faithful attention of the most Clark d Co, "Rushtn's. i dsor bells, bohemi glass and china vases and baskets < C. Waukenab. Mosely & Pope. Mad
SIX Sale about eleven hundred acres of land to For S.Pulnt
t the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon FOR skilful j liysiciai.s i the continued to grow worse and by AYF. A&LIVELY I terra cotta vases and pither perfume bottles, Br. In} ;
with small farm and
n improvements,nnd 1856. 14 W. 4 Co. Cbattahoochee Baltzell "Widge
until the April Rogers
worse, they case 8S incurable, and ;
county, for letters of administration the gave up jewel cases, centre suspension tide ,
estate lamps lampshades
upon will be soM nt a bargain inquire of -- Mananna Nicholson& ,G*
<.r AnU/uio Botolo deceased late of L advised amputation. I was advised by many of mv I chimneys and wicks,violins and bows, on ; Zeigler Bainbridge ;
on cowntv
JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY. Most Approred Corn Use. gitrs. E. Seixss TbomaivjlJt.Oa. .
RA.SHINE. friends to visit Dt W. R. MOSELEY of Griffin, (Ca. IUllln accordeons, clarion l. Bainbridge; ,
tnmburinel. -
Wakulla. Fla, October 4,1856. 40 < futes .
'* December 13. 1856. 50- w ---, which I llil.] 11. nlonihillI as it may seem I he had 1 00 OF the most approved CORN I guitar: strings, fine cologne other
her entirely !r ole mQlt! and,'.t M nine I MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. TJWMills I perfumery, and a general asortment of Toys. Febra 23, 1856. 8-ly
I' Notice. Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Blan- in gaud health !! I would \ e who at e afflicted have been for some time in use through this re I Wathe and jewelry repaired promptly and in the .
kets. with iicirihus, and Cancerous affections, to vUit the f gino and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction manner. Blackmthng.THE
ALL persons having demands against i the estate YARDS Doctor without delay as I am satisfied by experience ,grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise Octolier 20. 1855 42 -K Uoeni formed *
nuorted *
: .\ R. Regan late of Leon county,deceased. will 1 1J A AAA U Plain, Kerseys and Ga and observation, that lie i is the most skillful physic-ail; in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied I' li F fur the par-Jfjg)
1 take notice that they must present them to the under- in the Southern States,in the treatment of that horrible t it. The maker furnishes hand to put it up; gggRtS pose of carrying on the Bliexjf
1.000 yards Wool and Cotton and Wool Liuseys 1 Insolvent Estate Notice.State Business in all its various branches. Particular
; r Figned duly authenticated within the time prescribed and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. smithing
i by law, or this notice will be plead! in bar of their r-- 1,000 pairs grey mixed and white Blankets, dl"CIUCCancer.WILLA)1 H. MITCHELL, C..I nnd examine them at D. LADD'S. f of P'loridaJ, attention i il given to Carriage an Spring Work,
t and all indebted said ],(,0lJ pairs Russet Brogans. and to lay jog Axle of all The
covery; persons are )1 ITCIILL Apri 21,1855. 16 County of Leon, fALL bd Vehde
t, hereby notified to make immediate payment to theuadersignwl With Wool Hats Onaburgs and such like articles ]Dauyhlrr iff J BradlwR07r., Ga. shop is convenient to the Srabe J.B B
\. S E. C. GRISSETT, Admt'r.December for Plantation use, in any quantity, by I Rome, Ga, O.toLr 185. persons having claims against the Estate of fcaw, and special aUrnt .
13, 1856. 508wAdministrator's D. LADD. Notice. Jinkins, late of Leon county, deceased, implement oferery description done to or
Newport Oct. 18, 185& 42 are hereby notified t present the same to the Judgeof Fari P. :B. BROKAW.H. ,
months after date I shall
: ----- A. cA.ILI. SIX present my fnallc- Probate, of Leon County, Lt his office in Tallahassee B. FITTS.
: Sale.BY Livery and Sale Stable. ALL persons that are desirous of availing themselves Cluntl and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of < on or before the first Monday in December Jan. 12, 1856. 2-ly
. f- virtue of au order of the Honorable J. Wayl'-s of DIL lSELYS; serviees."i find him at of Gailtwlen county R executor Richard Cuniochan, fer payment pro rata. nut
"lIE undersigned gives notice late of Cbar1Cto So. Ca deceased, and ask for a GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
# Judge of the Circuit Court ('f the Middle IisINFm ,GEOR- D. W. GWYNN
that he has purchased dismission from my administration of said estate.
Circuit of the
.! undersigned Administrator de Judge of Probate.
bonis non of the estate of John Willford deceased the Livery Stable of, brde at $1 per day, or ?16 per month. JAE E BETNER.Otubr May 24, 1816. 21 -
William H. Neweom in Tallahassee togetbe with the 18, 56. DR. T. J. CUR LEE
in be ,
will sell at public Sale before the Cuurt House door FEE al cSel. to agreed upon before under
. .;. in Tallahassee on Monday the 5tb day of January good will of the establishment and that be is now case will be received mto this eatallwh- Practicing Dentiit
:l next to the highest bidder,the following real estate prepared to carry ou the business in all its branches, met unless it is Llievel on examination that it can Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth Notice.SIX ,-

i in which the minor and other heirs of said John Will- and promises the public with good accommodationsin be cured or ( r.lief. All cases rejected will Rugs.A mouths after date, I will present my accounts IN THOMASVILLE, GA. and MONTICELLO
" i lord are interested to wit: The East half of the his line on reasonable terms. invariably b charger! $5, for examiiiiation and advice. vouchers as Administrator, on the estate uf MADISON FL. and their respective and
): North West quarter and the West half of the NorthEast RICHARD SAUNDERS.N. A1lellr:, to entitle them t notice, must enclose FINE LOT Brussels two and three. Plv Wool Huh 0. MrLan. to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of adjacent counties. iortf' any number of Arbfloial -
quarter, Section thirty two in Township two. B-James T. Herring is my duly authorized a"otarnp" the payment of postage, and be directed Carpeting. Also a few pieces Wool and Ctton lrbte. Gaseo. County, for a final settlement, Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett, on the Jln
{ North of range two. East in the County of Leon and agent and has entire control of the business, rcpreseuting to W. R MOSELEY M. D, lOb, and fiue Hearth Rugs and Drugget. for right ad 1 dilha e therefrom. improTe principle, giving them that beautiful,
State of Florida. Terms will be made known on the me as fully a if I W:personally present. Gnfn. Gcoigia. fct LADD. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Admt'r. appearance which approaches Nature 1 nearly

.. day of Sale. SOLOMAN SILLS RICHARD SAUNDERS. February 23, 1856. lv-8 Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42Administrator's July 28, 1856. 286m. as to challenge detection by the closest observer.
Sep.6,1856. 36 Persons needing Dental their
Admr.de lx>nis two. (pratO o NAT.
.:. December, 1856. 49-51 Dissolution of MILES NASH CO. Notice. Wines, Syrups, &c. RAL Teeth and wish him prfor tem b
Co-Parnership. & SIX weeks after date I wi apply to the Hen. Otard Brandy Sparkling Cider, ,have them done tfoDWp
Walter THE partnership existingbetween Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. ( of Probate of J.D county for letters of OLD Port Old Port Juice, which will b found to MUCH
Gwynn, Broome and Robert Heir in the weighing, storage administration the estate John this section of to-wrt:
received from New York per bark R.H. Oajn- upon of W.Townsend, Madeira, Brandy Chen*, b cutr bfrl
- : OFFEr Shis, services to persons wishing to enter and selling cotton business, is this day dissolved JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, deceased, late of Leon county. Sherry, Sardines, filling teeth with Gold $2 0

(: in the U. S. Land Office by locating Land by mutual CQnellt BROOME d HEIR. such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning 14 M. WHITE. Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, and $2 50, Tai according to size of cavity
. Warrants or otberripe. He will also give prompt August, 1858. S3 White Lead, Zinc rnr? other paints, Window Jluio. Nov. 1, 1856. 6w44Executor's Extracts. Pears, amount of wed? Extracting teeth,i orncx
' !f attention to such bueine a*may be intrusted to him best Putlv. Bruuhes, GI"1 ------ ---- Yeast Powders, only SO cent*-out of office, $1.Uisrascxforsfullupperor.
Polh. Sparkling
f in either of the other offices in the Capitol. Charge :I New Gelatl ,Lndon Mustard Brandy Soda(very best t.) Notice. Spanish Olives, Spice Taod, lower aett of taeta O
: will be rcasoaablecorrei'pondmgtoervieespertorni.il.t CoPartnershin. for purj>ose Spices Lemon Corn Starch Pickles. nan. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS i Dtal')
; Being Deputy in the State Land Office be of course 1)OBEn F I' this Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark Peppr. Syrup Buchu SIX mouths after date I will preeeut to the Hon. Worcestershire tiauee, Salad Oil, only {6 per tooth, and perfect guaraot***
will make for business in that ) day formed 1 co-partnership in the business of Extrac te Court of Oadsden accountand in instance.
no charge DepartmentMay : :;, 17,1856. 20-ly weighing. storage, and felling cotton,and .also to make Medicines. We keep none but the best and vouchers, a executor of the estate of John W. Cocoa, Those desiring his service* in any portion of tM
. \ liberal advances on cotton sent to their carp. to merit very Malone deceased, and at the same time apply for a Claret AMES i LIVELY. above named counties or any other section of country

, HEI d COLES. hop your patronage.MILES NASH, 4 CO. final dischaiga from the further administration of said January 5, 1866.Ciroula. can upon application by letter to either of the abort
Georgia Military Institute August 14. 1856.Valuable. :3 March 20, 1858. 18 estate. THOMAS MUNROE. named Post Offices,or otherwise,receive prompt Mtendon.

--- ___ _. Quincy, October 11, 1856. 416wExecutor's .
: t. at A. .I..TA., G-A.. Plantation for -- & Upright Saws .

. c Corn and Cob Crusher. HOE Sale. Notice. 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for J COOl COLS Macon, Georgia.
I ( first term of the academie year at this In. / 1 RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher I 4
4 ; THE tlOD commences on the 20th of July, and THE Plantation known as Cotton Land, belonging vJT have taken the Agency for the sale of these *u undersigned Executor of the last will nnd ale D.LADD Heir.J. L. SXWIID, )
r r ends on the, 20th of December. The second term t the estate of the late J.L W.Gotten,situatedten periwr Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in THE of N. N. Branch, deceased, late of New Port, Nov.a,1856. 44 JCDCK Lovx : .Tbosnuvhl1.. a.

:. commence on the 20th of February,.and ends ea the mie N.l East of Talabass is fnr sale. The the Co ntry. A st"ck of these Crushers, will ,be on Leon county, hereby gives notice to all person having J.S. Wnor, Ej ) "
l' 20th of Jnlj.Thn 1790 acres rt land, 1000 of r hand early this coming Fall. Prices vnry low, con- demands against said estate to present them, proper Fluid W. 8. DILWOETH, :Esq, ]
:f amount appropriated to the Institute by the which is cleared. On the premises are negroe cabins sidering great saving in feed. $45 $5 $65 each ly authenticated, within the time prescribed by lawor Bug C. OJI", Zs I IMeer .
..; 'e. Legislature of Georgia, at its last session, has been gin house and screw, and other usual plantation for these sizes. Irice uniforn throughout the county. this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery OF a lupor received and forsale *.W.A J.Been, f MooUe flo,FI*

expcodtd in erecting additional buildings. There improvements, all in good repair. There is an abundance For further particulars call and examine yourselves and all those indebted are requested to make payment by AJE LIVELY. CoL E. :E. BUCDVEA. J

". '-.: will therefore, be accommodations, at the beginning ., of good water on the place. For terms of sale .o soon as a stock for 1 sample arrives. immediately. JOHN D. BRANCH, Ext r. MaySl,1856. January 12, 1856. *
,,!, of the DutterlU. for fifty Cadets in additi.n to one or other information apply to the lubrihr in Talla D. LADD. October n, 18M. 4wAdiitratr's I -
:. .i.; hundred and thirty the present number.; hassee. F.hi. Ext'r. Newport, July 6, 1866. 27Mministrator's DR. R. N. GARDNER, II I A.m c'TAISEE Jdve17

f The course of studies and systems of insinuation Aug. SO, 1856. 25 Sale. OFFERS professional services t the citizen ,'FLORIDA
.\-.Ii and discipline are modelled after the West Point plan and country. Office '
SUla WhoIss'and IUU11 Dialer' ia .
-the purpose being to insure to a young man a thoroughly Tax Sale. Notice. Judge of Pro at Centreie. >

l-t' scientific and practical education to develop Colectr's months after I exhibit BY for Leon. county, will be sold on Monday, 38 I. DRUGS AND MEDICIHSSPerfamery .
-i his strength and to teach him be virtue of I Tested by law, Iwill SIX d'le wi my acunt the 8th
:, physical to punctual BY vouchers to of Probate ,- of Decnmber next before the Cuhous Dyectnffi, Surgical InatnuMeU
; 4' systematic,industries, and economical in his habit expose for sale at the town of Ridlcysville, door in Tallahassee the following land,
county in right of wife, of : Sale. Snuff; Windows .Pabiti
the of within 1 legal 1 the .administratr. my Spices
Liberty, on
*. i county hors the estate of of W half of.N W quarter, of Section 25, in Township Ta-lectr's. ToUe
Ingram deceased Oils Vanishes Manufactured .*>,
L The ( eoosisU of six (all of them fir Monday in February, 1857, all the in said county 2 .N and E Hue door, inthe PaUl .
. 1' Faculty profosson and apply for a final settlement aud discharge Range 1, belonging to the estate of John V V and Glut Ware PaUotMidieiacs, .
t..t't southern men.) The Superintendent, and the Commandant county known U, Fob Pura A th from the administration of said estateK. Judge deceased, and to b sold for payment of debts. town the of Levy vile] o the first Jondyl Fine Soaps, Fia Tooth Pun WInes and Brtafi*
February next, land to wit
of the following ,
; we graduate*,of the U.Military Academy property L day of : t
i iP AdmV. and
;," atWeatfoint.utI Company, or a much thereof may be t EDWARD. BRADFORD, > of Motion 18, township 11, range H, lev1 upon a* Hair Brushes f Msd4'purpsse.
the State and Taxes assessed thereon In righ his wife.s1t. the property of Charles and sold to Paint Brushes, .
County o Byrnes,
ExfeOMM_for board tuition fuel light and washing. pay IS, 1156. R. H. BRADFORD, J Ad' satisfy Havana .
Garden Seed Jin Segtn.
.. r 'Z-ftrtitntto-mhttfct; '.' ?118 60 the year J 1856, together with the cost and expensesofsale. -m November 8,1856. 465wNOTICE. the State, Comity and Road tax. Terms cash. ehredFtorfArtieks., '. ZwsSICv ..# "
TheykTer ceotlyr
, : fee .
Expcnses.Sorpeon per annum f 5 00 PREAT
4 I The Union Bank of Florida Oct. 25 43 Sh'ff Of.YeTy'n.riety 0' anw. .UDy' 'pdrugst&
" Tax Collector, Liberty Co. ,1 .
tj. For further particular or for a copy of the Regulation i I a e.o Planters aDd Pbyakia.s d hraI tM
.j *of th. Institute.pplj' to Col. A. v. B&mT OctI8'O. 42Rmoval.of V. (_ Leon Circuit Court- .
fJI\abliMhmd. full of evtrjtlii
: P. Allison and f In Chancery month after date the administra Circular Saw Mill Agency. at this supply *
Smalwo undersigned
i a T, Sapcrffltendeui, or,to : AJ. HANSELL SIX ded aDd cit the moat IteriM,
q ;: : See. of Board Trustees. on the estate of James HoMernesa, deceased, *
Indians the '
( the d.
appearing to the by affidavit made in tbi* late of will file her THE underge h agency o sale of Order from the Ooanb pro. oIJW
: December *, 1856. 49SmExecutor's IT Cu Lo county, account and Touch Saw Mill.t with bot1. sad qilSty.
tlon regard poses
; : that the Crlar gnmnnteed, .
.' authorized A and to the of Probate of
| per c abve nm0 Smal..odP. er. apply Judge Leon county consisting of three size for 62 or 54 L
! -4 :' JL capita.reward for .r"0 may bee .Ali red outff of for a discharge from said administration.ELIZABETH Saw These are 42'4 the best ia in Pby.Ieian's pwseuiptlc'a eomp aniat.c .4Jaa .
Sale the It uordeted Cir, decidedly Aho EppmW.
decreed the U
j : ; iptured or.induced to. ,premium a HOLDERNESS, AdmL'x having several .
; ;; Jd to the hfcbeat bidder,on th.fourth : for hostile Indians delivered L the- Commanding aid Smallwood P. Allison do appear and plead or Nor. 8. 1856. 45mAdministtor other Patent in use. ,The cost oye ia about Pat,or$350 any, 5. 18J1B -

.J[:. WT..MI4T Juuaxj next, At the Town of A1Htor Officei afFor Drke Farr'M.e Fort Capr o answer t bill of complainant, filed in this cause,
.t according extra
. month m'UO t nrol carriage, ,Tax CoUectofs Sale.
; from the of .
.the uuder- publication
the Fort by "itbiD'
t ,Coluw&y: Fiorfcb *li. Negroes, Sout 11r.i b ab Notice. r apply to
to ; ". lAPdllX other property.of Join W.L . t each .. .. .. ., .$250 to $500 for 'confessed against him. And it is further account oUlentieeUo..toa the W 'UOOJLk
: *tiBg_ofimr.TaJnable.Negro**, 900 cre*of land Fo ITI. S my Newport, Fla, KoT'ember 818 5. 44 V P
t pSi. 1jipc eer the.Whit*Spring.io.HamUten county, 160 !: ? .., -omIJ, '.. ..-. ..;. .,1 ao t 800, ordered, that thi order be published once a week, in and vouchers to tbs Hon.' Judge of Probate fur January next, tile AdlowiWr .lad to-rif TN I j
9p1c ii.1cf1IJ: !! MW- i**o ColumbU eoonty. j I If ., Uy over tea yean lri. 100 200. a D w'pper. printed in Tallahassee, lo the space of L County, a the admiilrtr of the estate of n of the 6 E J,Section M TovwWp iiaae...

. f ;' : tERK: made Down ou the day.orad&. ,Th hight rate* (c all but if and helplet four Haywar.de ro a final dir .or Sale, E. Levied upon a*rb. propwiy of DJU Y.a .
'". n ASAA.8TEWm,1, I and .' than above. Passed in open Court,this !3d OcL,185ft (rm QflH SACKS of 8AtJttMp ftr cask and old to sadsJr the SUt. and Oowt; .a-

i .. -,.U.tES 8 3ONS. J 'ra l JON, 0. CASEY, Captain U. S. A. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, THOMAS HAYWARD. Adm'r. ,oUU IP J. R. LWrnNv. : JAMES D.MORRIS TEItpi ee&tt.
;,' DeebE 1f.,U5!. For Brooks, F OcL 18, '5&. Tcta-CoB:crt A. BUT: Clerk. July 26, 185?. 3 -6n 8, 185,. 4ff 17, 1819. If

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