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 Material Information
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 10, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00521
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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 JAMES JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JANUARY 10, 1857. VOL. IX.... q. 2. .

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IGfEIPTS; it 11' THE TRi4SURY.A I Hamilton, 1,397 40 j do C C Cobb, juror and wit 'tf 7t\.1.80 do C II Austin, Assignee do 2103l5,22025) do X A McLeod, *hf do 7475sisco do T.Hay ward ,uDd..htf' cffic 240
do Miles Nub ; 6 33:
ofrnoi's rt'cd\'cd 3Idjbured ; do X Camphel.: cio 9 50 i ___ I -- postage
Liberty
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tu1:1r t1\ft'mcnt ojj( 1 00
: : 8S do F It Fildea pubbahing 12 00
(,o S.A E\lwards do 1 00 $ :
hy c. H. Au fin, Stllte 1'reaurer, : I' do Vo'ilmaJ1soll, rlo I 0\(\ I Feb 15 do H Archer jr 1 10
1655 to October\ aist.p56 : do! 'Critchlow Fi ber & to tnnd'e 7 85
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ovemlier', 1st, 39,479 90Colurnba do H. McKiniiey, do 2-14 75 I ItIo CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS GENERAL I
from i I ICounty ADJOURNED SESSION OF ; Mcb 22 do Jacaci E Broomo Governor 1200 00 '
showing the amount received from each' Jo' F Villepigue] do 8 00 ASSEMBLY.
1835 '
in th**. I"tani' the branch of income I 1,917 31 do J Howell, J P fees, 1200SO 1655 I I do same 180000
al the di-burs. Ala! do J DarJinjuror and WilcLf 12 00 Nov 17 Paid E II Crow, Shff few, 43 65 29 do II Archerjr" 3 13
amount < V" 00
j Deo 15 P"iJ D
which recicvd. : o ::11U8, 2,241 24 i 110 I II.llosnauperdicm&e.$70 Apl do M D Papy servant hire 60 00 ,
from R Gl3rl.t. do 26 i5 do same, do 57 65 ,
Maiion do J J Collon do do 70 80
whom paid, and on what account Vaid : : a,605 43 ; 2 do Godbold 5 00i
Dee 3 d J d3
ttt0 : A T Wriht. : 17865dl 19 do R H Alexander, do 61 27 do P Desinukea do do 7311fide
Source. Amount. I Duval, 3,644 54 '! i 3 do B F Allen printing 154 00
tvl CIonroc: do
irl m rtceiered. \ \ > 17045 t do s-une. do 57 45 ) W J; Kilcrease do do a 00}
1 Alachua County.i i Natsau, 999 53 do A C 1)ouhis, coroner fefb 15 60 23 do C J McMinn: do 199 74 do L W 1800do do E J JuJah f lili,hinj 13 SO I II
Rowley.arr' oCmleIJte
cLV1lb0ft i Sh'ff, Revenue 1855, 1,391 34 1: St. Johns, 55 58 I do D Ii McDonlld, do 31 25 do C H Austin, J P fees 5 GO'o A L m..i"r", per diem & tnil'ge, J4 00 i 12; do B F Allen pnblUhinj 6 00

'a 1654. "'CO 33 Putnam, 1,740 06Ornng' do E L T Blake, juror and wit ctf 1 (Ill <' WSDiUorth, Sol 1 fees, 'JO 00 do D G Prescott, tlo rlu 130 00 i 33 do M Nash' postages 9 60 '

AuetioiTax, 21 b7 do E M l W'st, do 10 30 I .' do G G Holt, J P f-cs. 4 80 do J P Penn do do )40 00do do F R Flues publishing 10 00
., uGeg I IEl" :370() 28 I IVoluMa |I MaT do C E Dyke publuhinif 3100'( .
"! 1' 39 00 : 4 do G BowtrM juror anti wit eLf I II 5f (10V M Garrison Cik fl'es. 53 G'J H. G Mau Jo 16G 00 *
D !'i, v. to 1 ?
I 567 76 do NAvaught/ do tH t1 I 9dd ell) J A Boyst, Still fte (GI j 00 do 1> FennII Jl do 124 00 12 do M Na>h poltagee' 11909do *
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Q,24L 21 I Sutnpter, 490 71 I G Gall d" 56 25;; 2C dj ,T C Knight, Clk fees, 8 05 Jo W S Dilwo1'lh, ell) do ';200Jo : C S Reynolds publisHing 15 00 J
Colombia County I' t do W Bowdrn do 2658! : do Mil Stanlev, do ]10025co .: J do do ISO 00 ; do W&T Ball carpenter work 12 75I

Shff, Revenue 1855, 1,727 44 : 5 do r Stewart 110 165 lIO S House, d.l: 21 t 28: do JBrown Darling, 10 do 12000do I June 9 do James E Broomc Governor .149 60
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Wrighl I 15,823 i jI I ,
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J.J *, 189 87 6 do J G Smith do 21 95 do J Jf Hen-lry, Shff fees, UO? 32 G IJowerq do du 130 00 do J S .Tone printing 78 00

1" 11L !-iclkr I I -:- i 1 do PS TUtnf'r 110 3 00 do J Friuk, Clk fees, 29 00 do n \\' Belarny: do do 6S 00 Ii j 17 da C11 Austin pd stind'a (officee 39 tS

1,917 31 I Lev-, .. so r.-> j; do S Heh"emton do 2-1 50 do It R GoldenSbfffevs, 211 46 ; co J T :\lnick du do 9000Jo do D Cameron painting 1 $4I I

Puval County, i Hfrtiamlo, 305 56 !! dlJ S Scarborough do 92 70 do S Hclvenstnn, do 20 10 A. W Nicholson, do 17a toOdo July 1 do-t D Papy sernA hire 60 00
72 tIo A J T do 47550' do R C Letter: elk lees 13G( 97 j 5 da M Nash pottage* 1857
vghtT C, H..enuel655, 1,456 I Ii Hillshorough, 110 29 j Wright VS Criglar do do 16:) OiJ
do G Damon cabinet work 4
SIt 250) 32 I do J. C do 12 10 io! E Carpenter, coroner fl.4ll 75 j 00
Shft' F"es! :: Dcnti11y do W A Brinson, du Jo 8G (10
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i: lWwden, Liciriuei, 1,957 50Fine Munroc, 2,497 25 1') do J 1\1 Smith 110 t 50 110" L B MeKinney, elk fees, 14 35 do D W 'Fhompson, do 160 1)0 ,! do GDMetrair&CoU'kbouki&eltCT ,

--j jI : 11 do \\' II ndrewR! do -4J! 25 do C JMcMinn"shffeet, 63 23 do G'n Zant d" d. 11500 1 15 do MoD ugsll&Ilobby.ta'ry&c 14219
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3.644 54 !I I 2099G1 iI j tIo Iartin, d; )lilll'r do 6 25 27 do C Tbigpen, do 237 :55> Jo E IIopkiul, do do 150 00do do J C Roger; publishing 11 00
31 do Beard $ Denbam freight *c 1723:
Eicambia: County, do same do 550 do P M Anderson, do 1023 WJJ Duncnndo to 10000

Shff Revenue 1855, 2,618 80 I 15.718 97 I do B MiIligan corollcr's fees 15 00do do W P Moseley, J P fees, 3 95 diJ 1\1 Br4iwrll ,co 410 70 RO Sept 18 do J S Jones printing &c 300 50
I do M D hire 00
Croey, \\-.et. I Oct 1 Papy servant 60
J| C LiccnseB. 269 80 same .f u 15 00 do J Howell, do 21 S5 doV M C Ned do ,10 8800tlo
j Middle 39,479 90 I 27 do M Nash 50 05
Fm, 85 03 I I do same .f" 34 80 do !M leCart}. cor fees, S 50 A S Speer do tj 26000 poatagn

Revenue ls:;54, 400 00 j I East, 15,823 47 I 12 do .1 C Crc'sbv juror and wit elf (j41 45I do S Tnrman, P fee, 4 30 I I do J It Haddock, do dQ 10. (\IQdo 4 ,

r M )!facra, j Suuth, 2,999 64 I do G WFriti, GOI'oller' feet 15 00 I do J Cobb jr, shf (fees! 133 01 t i I \\ N Cone, do' do 12000 U.84232Len I ,

3,373 63Frnn.lin I de S Young Juror and wit etf. 3jO 75 do Cruse, elk fees, 11 35 | cIo FNFuy, do do 14200 : am't rec'd f m J.H BrowneOuv',9 00

County, $74,021"9Si 13 du Darling do 5552 do same, do 19 80 '1 d" M S Perry. do do 13000 i i3'su 3: I
do G Bowers do 36 do do do 2470 i :
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T C Revenue 1855, 4,890 58 i do PJkll, do do 16000 :
C Thigri", Fines, 42 85 I ---LI -- I do SlinJe do il 10 do R Clarke, shf fees, 32210 ; do II Joncs, do do 16000 --- ,:

Auction tax. 203 23 loans! from School and Semi- j I do J 13 Brown do fl ;'0do do J A Tabor, do 150 40 ) do DBByrd, de do 7600 POST MORTEM EXAM IN ATIOJC3. f J '

-- i ry Fund, Act 123:; of 1855, viz : I }) G Leigh do 94 Su do Hogans, do 21750do < do ED Tracy, do du 14800 1855 If

5,141 66 School Fund, $12,500 00 j do .J H llrown do 4Jl: 31 : same, do. 90 00 do J. W Rowlt'r, do do 1'6 00 NOT 14 Paid T A Bradford PM'Exam'. 2000SO

Gl.dsJen County, do E 1. c'lph do 81 15 do R S; Foster, cor fees: 12 03 do 11 V Snell, do do 26000 I Dee 1 do G C JTa" *' dodo 00 : .
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Revenue 185.;;, 5,182 99 Seminary 5,500 00-18,000' j do same do 4570I do N Monroe: shift fere: !, 1 50 do J M Smith, do do 63 00 Ie do G D FisLor rz 00 J '

jMSmitU.TC" .< 1256, 3,920 35 .1 Add bal. tabular stutem't Dec. 6, 55, 304 50 |I do J. Ketl't'v do 1! 40 do D K McDonald, .1 P 2 U5 do W M Yvcs, du do )2000 do R B S Hargisdo dodd 20 00 t f I

MAtktw, Licenses, 331 55 1 do A J Alejajder: tlo :! UUtt Dec 1 do G Bow ers, elk fees, 20 85 i II' do T Langford, .10 do 90 00 W Spotsvooddo 4000 .
6 B LOT*, Shff, do 5 do A Guinn, do 7 15 W A Brinaon dod 20 00
Fines, 311 36 : $92,326 48 J AMuyo Otto( do J Porter, do do ))0200
-- do W Scott JIJ 4 75 do J Q Sanderson, sol fees 50 00 : do R H Shine do do. 60 00 14 do J M G Hanter 20 00 J
do H. leKlI1l1ev do U Bowden uhf do GOO(\ 59 1856) :
9U6 :5 14 do 115 70 vo WBWynn, do do 9600
Holme County, DISBURSEMENTS. 1 do A L Hivit're do 53 65 do G Stone, elk do 250 31 i j do J B Galbraitli, do do GO 00 June 17 do R n Shafer dodo 2500

Revenue 1855, 1851GHilhibotou 18 do 1I l' Blockcr Jo 27 95' do S Helvenston. shf do 24 20 ; "do M\l ohnsolJ, do do (ji 80 do J M Valentine 2000
RCGoia, TC, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. do L J P do 75 'I do Harrison do 2000 1
&h County, j do GMT Brinson do 222 01)rio ; Wright, 13 J do BCPope, do do 8600do :
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Revenue 1B55 11028 1855 ------- T C Ra\bOil cronc'rf f"ttI, J 8 75 do G Worthington, elk fees, 44 25 G E Hawe!, do do 16400Jt 19 do same do 2000

ETKindrick.Shff, Hamilton County, :, Oct 1 Paid F L Villipigue! Li'n qr.. :.oat... $50 00 I do I'LatIforJjurorandwiLetf 770ct do F C Humphreys do 12 05; ) J PaJ'llOnl, do do 180 Of Mch 14 do G D Fisher dodo 32 00April

1855 d.) same ec'y 150 00 I 1-; ::\Icrsitoi do S 6 1do I : do R Hogans. shf do 253 73 do Thomp30n.. do do ISO 00 1 do same 25 00 1
1,2104J
EM LteTC. Revenue 9G .! do T\V 13rvardCorn'r" h :-5:! ; toO j !M\ E h'rshJIJ, do CI do 1) T Trebvnnt! shf do 6 25 do TJEppe2, do do 14000 I 19 do C B Gamble da 2000 ,

:\ lleDdry, Stiff, Licen.l'I!, -- do H Archer jr as'l, 4 .I 125 00 I do n F' Allen g\J 26 t) 30 1 du A Bryant, A" 22 10 do M.A Long, Jo du 60 00 25 do came dodo 2500 "1'.
do C II Austin Trea8 200 00 J no do R Hogaiis!' do 31 25 May 13 do JF Mowe ; 20 00 '
1,397; 42 do Gw\'nn do : (i 4\1\ do J B Whitehurstdo, do 92 00 !
IlernanJo County, i ao J.E Broome Gov 375 00 do J Parojs tIo 27 OJ i do A Young'1' fees 9 90 do A GilIis, do do 12000 do Roger* & Peck dod 3600to 1

Rerenue 1853 54 28 dn J L Broone rent residenco 125 00155ii d'Jlame do IG 50 do S Scarborough,J P fees, 85 3j > dlJ J Taylor, do do G800 July 21 d* JPDuval d oo

ELSrlPhTC, 64 1654, 105 91 I :22;: dJ 1. C Dcmilh' tlo 230 sudo. do .1 F Allen, half fees, 7 (00\ do G Chairs, do do 65 GO I Oct 11 do P Robinson ? j4 00

d .. 1856, 106 82 ; Jan'y 1 t o F J.lipigu\ Secyqr 8<<1. no 00 "' .U Warc'I.h 15 5(1( do J Wilson, do 4 (00 do W 1) Moselev, do d112 00 I Sep27 do Gamble & Betton do185G 2500

FB11z'm, :18 55 I do same Lir3rian, do 50 00I do .J II Patterson do 97 95 do \Valker, shf fees, 4 78 !; do J D Christie, do do 65 60' I : it :

C J McMinn, Shif, Lieeiwes, -- I do J D Westcott, pri sec do [.0 (00) 29 do J C 1auud tIl ;S 85do ; ; 11 do WII Andrews do S 06 do J Pilor, d. dl' 300 00 1 $46700; \

305 56 \pril1 do f'L Yilipigue! Liu'n do 500U J Galt-II do IS 35ISSO 12 tb!'o }) McDonald.: J P fees, 2 55 do D 1\1 Turner, Chaplain, 50 00 I S -.3-; 4

: ao sameStcrctar.State do 15000 I (!o. J C Crosby, shf fees, 320 35 do J Anderson, do 5000 INDIAN HOSTILITIES. j

Jifferson County 1855 39 do J D :Ir.tcalf pari scc'}" do So (10j JOIn 1 do B Dew do ,10j ; do i 1L: De la J Iluu, elk fee*. 753 75 do J S Purviance, Sec,}. Senate, 100 00 ---- .
J D Morris,T C, Revenue 5,338 j do II Archer jr, Cl"k do 15 00 14 do SR Sessions do 13 15 ,
38: 25 do "' H Meircoroncr'5 (t''s : 00 cIo A P AmOker. AI'S't do 8000 Jan 29 Paid II R W Andrew Interest
W II Andr, \\ t, Kliff; License!, do T W DreurJ Compo do 275 00 15 do j) A Brauch juror and "it etf 4050 I do S Glinski, do 3 05 do H A Cerley, Chief Clerk, 100 00 and 10 per ct on scrip 327 *a
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64Jaekn GO .1 E Broome Godo 375 00 17 a., A D Gillis do 4 00do do do do 0 35 I| do \YSeott, Au't do 8000 do J :McDongall do 1,533 69 '

5,66G do came rent ruiJeJce do 125 00d" J L lcKinnon d 1630 18 do H T Blocker] ,bhf fees, 372 78 : do M Atkins, Enrolling do 8000 Aug 15 do B <: Lewi do 71261

C.lUnt-: C 11 Auttin TreaS'f do 2(10( 00 I do J\I: Andeion d) 10 70; ( ,. 19 do J H Patterson, do 159 16 !; do A L Fisher, EDgros'gdo 8000 do D Keein for toe of horse 125 00

C C Cobb, TC, Revcnu1S5.,. 4,71454 ; May. 13 do F L Dancy Eniu'r! supplieR! 82 00 I do It M Spf'ncer c.Jo 81 53 cloY Leight, cons fees, 13 52 ': do TSiaughton, do 8000do I
1.fJfl Count do same 2<1 and 3d bal '55 bOo(" 01) do STunnan.J P do 30
90 qr 19 do D G l.t.ih do 15 !Itl J G Smith, do 8000 I $630 75
LC PemUy. T C, Revenue h 155; e,03-1 :19 July 1 do C II Austin Trcas do oo 00 dO, W Day do 18 SO i do DG Leighelk do 1725 do J C Jones, Srl1rg't-at-Atms. 8000 !

1856 4,414 86 Q6II Jt) F L jllpiguc! Sec')' do 150 00 11 do A Mage do 6 65I I 29 do J C laund, do 44 35 do A V Carman, do 60 Oll ; CAPITOL.
.AuonTax, do arne LitJr.man do 50 00 do G Stone do 104 15 cio J White EXPENSES:: OF
744 87 I do R II :Shfftr: do 56 55; I Doorkeeper 80 00 :
Blocker, 51.if, l.ic'nst'I', r L ] do ':'j 50U 00 do U Bowden shf fees 38161do 1955 4
T : (30 Dancy Eng'r: ) i do H R lJivane, .to 7 00 I do A B C"mpbelldo! 8000 ,
2 :, It' ".1m':! 1 tot do '5. 500 (0)do ,: 24 do C II Austin assigJ1te 1 00 EGbzier do !2! 50 do! ,\lcDougall.lIlationcrr: 27;) 00 : Dec 1 Paid W & 1.Ball carpenter work ..

13,2S0Ltvy 11 \rchcr jr, Cl'k do 125 00do I 29 do J A Tabor juror and wit elf II! 50i ( : 18.16. 17 ;I" 'T' T n"u..n. __JIM.. et", 00 r.> I 1Q -
Ccunt3It -, T \V Dc..u.I C01l11". t10 2;:';':; 00I I I : dn JCtewarL do 500 ; Jail 9 do 11 T Blocker: shffee! 112 (10 dn F.GoJ IOIrir.gingbdl.! 5no May 12 do T White tin and copper work 14425 .

Wae-son, S1.r! Revenue 18)4: f6 5Libty ta F L Daney Enfr ::d C!) 5G 500 l'O' i ii i LO F.JI/C d.) 5 ('t// do S Helvenston, do 66 35U 19 do Mason Drown, errant, 20 OJ I do White & Slusser work on roof 37 25

Couty, i do J F:: Broome Go\'r dt! ) 3-5; 00 d') fllJlC cIo 50 i I II I do C Tl.ippin, do 235 5fi! :1: do Damon & Dray. cahincl ,,"0:1e, 1833 i Aug 4 doV & T Ball carpenter work. 144 00 ;

G W RubsonT C, Revenue 1556, 201 00 ; do unc rent reridence I 3 00 I Feb 6 do N l' V.l'larJ t1\J 17 50 do r. Illlnrdee, elk! fCts, 6140 2-1 do S D Allen, wood, 4'J 00 I Sept 20 do R A Shine plastering &c 157 00 ,

Motroe C'unty, ; d.j J D ',y es colt pr, ff'C" do 5::) 00 t do t;: Watson ell) 9 60 : :
SYoug.T: C. Revenue 1655, 1.215' 48.r. :: Oc 1 do J E 1roorne GO\'r do 37500 I .j": \\. Hpndnon do 10 ]10 ; 16 do TM Anderson, shffees 3985do 1856. ,.' do R A Shine"plastering &c 43 CQW3075 f

."uctiou Tax, l1 '(Iir. ", arne rent rcbithnce :125; IJI I I tll D S Wa1er; d" 3G8 70 RM l Spencer, !hf do 83 i5 Jail 11 1 Jo An C.ampbelJ, opiub Inws, 75: 00 --

C alk, Sbff, Fme 1 t'6 ;7 ; do II reer jr, c1'k IO' J5: (tO) -i tio TPJ Carrol do 610 I do :?'I R Ses::! ions, cons do 12 10 30 do T Hayward, contingenctea 3 13 ,

I.iccncl, S7 0 l3 : ('0 F I. Viilipigue MCC'y do 15000 doY.I F'eJkd d.J 51: !00d do WDsy, do 12 15 Feb 25 do J S Jones, printing JawlI, 19000 t

-- do awe: Librarian dl 50 00 ) C L w is'n: do J.l Oll' i do E H Crowshf, do 57 ;3 :' .0.1'1 7 do 1J F RileD, printin!;, 110969 ; RECAPITULATION.

,491 2t1: 1 do C H Austin 'frear do 200 00ao (10 same .. ::4: so 1 9 do S Scarborough, elk do 110 10

MArion Cutty, : J 1J Wescott pri i sec do 50 00 L 53 GO do T Beasler I jailor, 7 45 $10,3-25 ISEVENTH ; -
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T Jot t Wmil T C, H"nnu 1b55: 3,451IS :; d4) T W I3relrd compo GO 275 00 do J F; Broome do 1501) do J Walker, shf do 27 89 Executixe Eepartment. ... ..,. .... (8,683 Op t
lcLeod 8Lff'il1l's 3.9; 30 3d do 5(1000 do W II Andrews -hf do 255 Judicial Department .. .. .Hoo. .....13,7IX 6O:. t
N .A iJJ F L Dane Eng'r E 4 00 I It ,
: ) i Watson do
Licencg, -1 75 : -- t I 2-1 do dQ H C Pope do G (00 do do do do 18 74H 1855 GENERAL- ASSEMBLY.: i I :Military Department... .. .. .. ...- 531 SO' .. I
----- ;: 00 dJ A Tabor. do do 7 75 JurorsandStatewitnescs..13,22025Criminal
3.805 43 iSj6S2 21 J" C I:: Dyke. do 340 Dec 13 Paid W A Briuson am't mileage 14 00 prosecutions and contingent ex- '. ., i
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Jo G W orlbillgton.elk 15 95 ,
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IJtmCIAL do P Moe1y do 12! 30 18 do J Carter do 20 00
Meilison County, DEP.\ItTtE : do Moody &: Garribon J P fc. s 11 1 uti I i do J C Stt-wart, shf do 23 50 pensesofCircuitCourts..11Z60i8Adjourned ,
C, Revenue 15 55 3,904 03; Jo ..JY Pooser elk do 218 55 --- tesion General Aaaembly..10,826: 19
iKilTJT > .J C and wit clf I 11240'o ) Feb. 1 ,
155: d. wartjuror S34 00 : 7lh General .. .. .. ..... ... 34
Assembly 00 f
Finos.Licenses. 9S5 CO : bhf do 25
J II Panerton, :'hfi'f, Oc 1 1'aa: J M Baku Sol. qr sal ( O (i'j I J S Rust coroners fet's 21 75do 6 do Watson, 54 t
273 GO ; 41J T Batzel1! G J do 5/.lt/' l'Ijd.J A V and wit etf ?'IJ:1 Uj do R Hogans, jailor, 34 i 5'5do : Contingent expenses Supreme Court... l,87o H
VrigLt juror : do Census of 1855. .. . .. .. ... ._. 2,6o843 r
--I llJ P.py loa' Gen do 123 (10' I n.\ do IS 25 I J M Buker, sol 20 00 : CONTINGENT EXPENSES: OF SUPP.EMECOURT. i
5,1'.2 63 do .1 J J Finie\' Judge} do 1''O 00 : do B F AIltD l\lcaghn do 1600 do C A Bryan,elk do 4030.: () Balance contingent fund .. .. ., .?. 3,8431;? J '"'
iTassau ; do i hf do :: Post :Mortem examination....,.... .. 467 oo ..
; County, : do T ahzeii C .J do SOU 00 do E CarpeDt corclI'r' fees I 50 ; I II Jo C L Wilson, 11291 1 l55; r
LHirjzeiibotham.TC: Revenue 1S55, 933 204'J : do C II DuPont C J di 50000' II (10 D G L.igh juror r and wit elf 93; 3tl i I IMh do L C Demilly, ham do 11 00 'JPaid J Griffin elk fees 37 25 Indian Hostilities 00 00 .. . ... )688 28 I ,I

A J 13ra dock,Shff.h 13>> 91 do J W Baker CJ do 50000do 15 do J B Brown do :n (10 I 29 Jo' iC :Monroe, shf do 58 90 do1: D Papy pr diem Au Gtn 41 uO Repairs of Capitol. '. . .. M_" 63o7fi .

I.k :nier, 10 45 i 'V A Forward Judge do filiI() 00 do J R Gamble do :; 01)do ) ; do E WaUon, do Jo 2395 Dee 8 do N Cunningham elf fees: 18 00 State boundary line (Georgia and Florida 5oo 00

f do 11 IJ Ken irick So: d. 200 00 17 J n nrown do 32 IOdo ) do TM Mieklcr, do do 37140do 12 dW H Mereduh do! 43.JI Lands bought in for taxes: ...... .. 93 3C

990 50 do T F Eing Judge d.) 50:) 00 S Tnrmm corfecs! 41 i.i i NGJStaley.JP do 16 tit) 31 I do J W Poser do 1116 'l'axesrefunded. .. .. .. ... .. Solo t r

Orir.ge Consty: : i do Judge do 500 (10do and wit cf 13(10/ ( I ,1'1IlJuh.: -V Garrison.Jo Jo 52 9JJo 185G : Loan from School Fund.-' .....M 4,333 oo. t tI
arne do GChinc juror
J C SleI.tt, SLff, Revenue 1555; ;;;, ;::7:5\) ;: : J 1.1 Baker Sol d.) 200 00 do E 11 Crow, dl 2o 50 MlV.nulb J ; j dodo 642 Jan 5 .10 B F :Pen Printing Reports 1,34750 I, Loan from Treasury Fund .. .. .. .. 534ooLoan '

Putnam County, S B Sll'Thenll Sol do 200 00 Walker do 6300 : do D G Lrizh.ilk;; Jo 2 25 25 d.) G Dainot! repvrs; ofro ,m -3 00 from Internal Improvement Fund. 3,133 oo
Revenue 'I d) jl jlprill r do DS shf do IS 3S D Cameron ; Treasury ccrtifjcste .. .... . ._. 4.47763
J B Brow, Sliff: !; 1355: 1,069 03 W A For.vard Judge do 50000 do D E Hull f'e ]1 50 ; do J\ lIenJr) do painting do 33 00 0 .
.0 cor !
Fines, 2GO 92 j .\ do J W Baker .. do 500 00 21 do! S 13 Lovejutor IIlId wit cl( 69 2(1 I d. do
Licenses.Revenue! 237 50 i do J.J Finley] Judge do 500 00 do J Parsons do 12 35I : d,. J J Wells, J P do 1907 Pcb 8 do II T Bicker shf fees 63 00) ,

2s Norton, T C, )1354; 172 61 do B M Pearson 115'1 jus frac eal 15000 21 do H 1. Rutgers do 3 00 : Jj J U Taylc.r, elk Jo 33 30 clo HoJgkiss, Scott &Pooleearpet.c73 64 : $92,325

--- do same Jus qr 681! 50000Jo do H F Alt-u! do! 2 no c1.> J A McCorJell, elk Jo 63 20 do G C Townsend shf fees i> 00 I C. H. AUSTIN, ;,

1,740 06 Baltzell C J do 500 00 do J L Crow do :11 95 : dC McMillan: :\ : do do ,12 25 I Itch. do TV IrE; >\'ard elk fees 16 00 Stale Treaturrr. 4
do J IJ Brown, bill Jo 19242 do G \\' Edmonson 2 13 t
;
Sampler County, Sol do 201100 75 repairs I
rlo J M Landrum do same cor fees 21 Treasury Office Tallahafsce! Dec.6, 1856. JI
S hail, T C, Revenue 1855, 313 13 j do same do 20000 do L FraMer do 12 OV : :\ 1 do TMMickler.shf: do 33 75 9 Jo J .McDougnll_ _Stationery. 1281 I ,,

:E H Crow, Shff, Fines, 83 9S j do JI D Kendrick Sol! clo 200 00 dt, J Cobbjr jururalld wit clf 39530' do E 11 Crow, do do 1217 do McDougall & Hobby &c 73: l ISMchSl : 1 n .. L. ,

Licenses, 83 GO d M D Papy att'y gen'l do 12500 .l\pr7 11 do NPotey do 3565 4 do G (C TownstTid, bai'.f!' do 1925': : do M D Papy per diem Atty General 41 CO : State Georgia :

GRMoblfj, Fines, 10 00( ; do\) S B Stepheni sol do 200 00 12:! dO J Marti; do 8 15 I do R C Lrt.ter, elk Jo 27 73 --I '
Jo S B Love, shf do :345: 98 I l,87021 I In Richmond County Superior Court--Oeto-
dl 500
do C 11 Dupont au'tjus > 00 do C A Bryan dl l 12 :!O'do I .
490 71 : do II D Kendrit.k Sol do 20000 F Payne do 7 50 I IJ4 :5> do G C Towuaend, l-ailf Jo 5 00 1erTcrzn,18G : t ,

St. Johns County, 1 do 1.1 D P3pi alL'y gen'I do 12500 do J l\ll oberlson do 2 ;; I Jo J Allen. do do SCO l C1\Sl'SOF: : 1855. James L. Knight and 1
July do C J I McMinn, ehf (Jdo 37 60 ,
JAMicketTC Revenue 1855 17 33
do 20000o do 1590
do H D Kendrick sol'r 16 do G C Townsend! i 1655 -- :Martha J. Knight (his
Jacob Mickler, Shff, Licence, 38 25 .J M Landrum do 200 (iOJo 18 do Ii B Fill" do 7 jO I do M M Garrison, elk Jo 33 15 Nov 19 Paid R H Alexander taking cenaua J 11)5 1 I wife) Complainactfl ,
00
II Piukham P do 26
I same do 200 00 do G Hopkins do 9 50 do It i do J A Boyd t.lu 69 II vs. In Equity Bill for Diacoveryj 1-
: I' do 12 25 :
55 .>3 do' B M Penno" 1II't, jus do 50000 19 do .J M Wass do 750 do F C Humphreys do EMLea do 113 IS Abner P.Robertson.Ei- Account and Relief:
J: A Htckler ntis a deposit of $1,113 95 waiting ; do J W Baker Judge do 50fl 00 21 do D W Owens do 8 20 do W J Stokes, do do 121 95 :j: do S D Fel'nannez c10 60 39 : ecutor of the Will of .
iarmrcriom a* 10 its apulicttion.Simla! .4 do 500 00 do 8 30 do do do do 8 45 i do I
do J J Finley do N Johnson do S lIelycnlton 18-10& Martha M. Ptc dec'd, J
; Rosa County, : do T Baltzell C J do 500 00 I do G C Townsend do 14 75 do J M Landrum, sol do 30 00 do JOConner do 7175 I and others. Defendants. .

cOb1 /ShE, Revenue 1855, 1,064 89 do W A Forwlri'' Judge do iQO 00 24 do 'r S Boswell do 16 20 do A F \Vtlis, jail do 33 70 29 do B F Parker do 2-1-1 73 1 tIT
License, 393 tsGJ do! 50000 do 8 40 do W J Stokes, elk do 41 40 do do appearing to the Court thai the Der.odaDu.J'obDureh
JI C II DuPont au'ljUJ 26 do W II Allen I Campbell 23876 I
i and
Wells do 1250 John Kennedy and Eliza L. Kennedy
do A F jail I
do 21)0) (10' do .J L do 9 10 do J A Taber do 89 9G
M 1J 28 Dugger
do Papy reporter i do J Groner, restitut'nof ju g't, 44 71 I (his wife) reside out of this State,to wit :in the Btat 4
1,458 75 J do fame au'y gen'l do 12500do Mn6 do 3V Wood do 1 00 I Aprils do D W McCranie d\ 88 70
do do 42 85 of Lousiann and the defendants, John Milieu and
Volusla County ; Sol! ,10 200 0') do 19 65 do S S Knight 1 do D do 19328
S B Stephen 8 do .J R Megmniss Tompkins
i William H. Milton ahw reside limUa of thi
E Wtlsor, 8Lff Revenue 1854, 4* 15 : .10 n D Kendrick: U do 20l) 00 do W E DaneJley do 9 45 I do T White, do do 42 85 j do T lIusrhey do 48 60 berood the J
wit in the Onnotioaof 1 1 1Comptainanta'
85 State t State of Florida
do do 45 :
1855, 525 61 ; I do G C Townlend do 15 60 do T G Gaskins, j i 30 do E T Kendrick do 11028 ; t ,
!I I II do J Martin, do do 45 05 ] Solicitors, it i ia ordered, that nld Defendants -
do 1765 I II I do I
do .J
101 87
$13,70000 10 do J Boyle
I I I Spencer do 4285 ,, and answer lAid bill of complaint on
1 do J'F Broomc, do appear I
M'; 76 do 38 55 do Pol P DeRi boo do 1398S
do C J McMinn
I 2.1 'I do W Moore, do do 42 85 or before the first day of the next term of this Court. .
Walton 1 I do B Brown do :
County, MILITARY DEPARTME I dJ Grsmblillg do 805 J 83 69
: in
do do 42 85 to bd held on the second Monday April next, and j
K C Munroc, :T C, Revenue 1855, 421 67 I! 1866 do W Gwynn do 2t O GO do do M W Liveley, do do 42 85 ,I do M Gulls do 61 OJ ;' that service of thi order upon aid -D (eodu>ts, be t f
Wakulla County, i (62; 50 do G G Holt cor fees J 35 75 Woodey, : lRM I
Shine
I! J1n 1 raid R A rent ofarmory I W Smith do do 45 85 made by publiabhe..,QJ1e io the New Orleans
J
N Po**y. T C, Revenue 1855, 2,231 32 i I do J P K Savage Q M G qr 131 7500 do r.\. McLeod jur r and wit clf r300; I do elk fees 1650 I Feb G do E Wataon do 33 40 'I Picayune and the Tallahaeaee" Floridian (public Ga. I

Auction Tax. 47 62 do tame frac do 12 50 28 do T 101 Mickler do 49 75 Jo T J M Richardson, do do 64 55 I II do C L Wilson do 14788 zettes of laid State and baring general eueujatioo,)

JSenell, II Reveotte 1856, 1,600 00 I I April 1 do II Archer Q M G frac do 5000 3J do MICeil do 5631do I 12 do C A Bryan do 5 65 do J JackFOn do 61 9-1 ; once a month for four month prior to tie out term j
Rid 8hff F1ies 136 80 I of (6250 1800.luu2 do J J: Wells, J P do G W do 9 70
Bower Ferguson
Spencer, : do RASh ine rent armory WIL co ees of thi Court.
: I do 569 61 I 'I
1 I 1 do 11 Archer jr Q M G qr sal 7500I do 1.1 Gillis juror and wit etf 8 4f. 8 do U Bowden, shf do S Conder do 43 55 '
:\J 4,015 74 July do It.A Shine rent of armory 62 50) do N A McLeod do 169 65 do J B Taylor,elk 4do 6100 I do JWJohniort do 6209 I STATX GKOZGU j ,
or ,
'. wsdngtonc3unty, I IJ I IOct1 do IL Archer jr,Q M U qr sal ,5(10 3 do J II Patte BOn do 159 30 14 do J C Munroe, do do 3985 45; do F L Villepigue ser cen returns 100 00 ; Richmond County. }) Clerk' Office Superior Coort. \

A Taber, T C, R.v.nus1854, 188 91 do It A Shino rent of armor)' 62 50 (6; do D F Horger do 3 00 do G G Holt, J P do do 46 1 05 !, do J Cobb jr taking cenl118 1244-1 I II I hereby certify that the foregotcg iiatrv.pyrfanorderwhichppetnofrecoM t .
: do J Sessions elk
.* 18Sf, 183 20 do lITl3locker do 1100 June 3 : ---I i mil. 1
oo at.* Fiae 51 45:; j37 50 Braddock do 64 00 do J H Patterson, lib( do 87 22 I $2,608 43 i
i $ do A.J do 6 45 Superior Court, this twelfth day of Deceml' er.1'56. I
do G G Holt J P ,
--- do T 101 Mickler do 11 2fi I Witneu band and the au! of said CoJ.t tbis12th
-- 141 65 ; I my
hf do
: 423 SB do PWiHis do J6145 i do R Spchccr, dsy of December 1856. .
-, JUROR AND ITSESSES.I do 20 00 do H T Blocker, do do 68 80 CONTINGENT FUNDS. I
I do J ickIer BENJ. F. HALL Unk

;;RBOAPrrULATIOH.Cotatliet. I Nov 1856 I P.iJ T H ParlODa1jutor- And wit clf. 2040 23 do do WGwyn do do 117 840 30 I I do T M do Mickler. do do do do 10837do 49 37 I Nov 1855 13 Paid W &, T Ball-work (or office 25 87 i December, 1856.. 61 .. .

r do 20430 I 25 ume do W H Andrewi .bf do 33 47 do A H Cole printing 25 00 i I
%3 do J Parson.. do 7370 I II I 14 I [
do DGLeigh
Ainuzzl.4vtiicnba 1 40 J D Morrial, do 2S4 36 do NAMeLeod do 10615 i idQ I i do SIIeIvenstondo do 16809 30 do J McDongall stationery dec 154 69 |k To Rheumatics. & Others. J
July7 12193 I 18 00 .
do Npoiey. do 12075do do N H McLr.oddo do Doc 4 do Register & Rowel advertising t
%373 63 55du T (: Ra'bou cor fees 1900 I do 52 26 I' 6 00 ; rpo all person inffering from RbeuiiCCoinpIant
.,T J Chll8e do 4 do J Mid er, do do A Marzoni pub proclamation
2020 J I .
ihi .1. offer in/ .&(.
remedy isiigtingLiniment.
,
I du D El-lull we a poutiv /
-&a&Rp.- j,45s7r) do IG 60 elk do 8815do do II \ Weekwin 5R 95
., ... E CMcGeneliy, dO S Scarborough, i I' "
; < and wit ctf 10 00 : ,24 It ha been effectual in the permanent
8 do T 101 Alickler juror
67 do 5 64 McCordell do do5430 14 do C E Dyke printing 161 50
raJicD:1. .,421 ao E Raebaeta, 9 tiO J M I cure of CbrOoie'.Dd" Rheumatic 'dueaaea... Thonaanda ',
Holmes __ __ ,_ : -_ 185 16 26 'io MLively .. do) 1280 do limo 10 do J M Landrum sol do 20 00 15 do J B Carlisle printing 9 00 I. huenodonbtbeonrscuwdfiomanniin.37 deaXh
--- ---V do L Hiuenbotham, do 4Q 00 do J2one! 3 Q GQ 5 eoc1 1M do 3700 I 1 18 do H T Blocker heriff 55 95 I
.W&hingo c f!' "' ; 23
: I 1000do
179 00g4t
..
; i "-1. do. J R HA dockJ dQ 29820do i5.i'S-BCiamWWi b ar fc do B F Allen printing: ?
For aal. and.at WhoMl
by
FI&uuini 5,141 06 do' 3)870 do_ H L'Ri&g.ra do 287 73 do 16 88 do 5 D Allen wood 6000 Druggut generally
Golden
.. : R n. do cow ,
-- : .ft .. and Retail ) AJOBAUVELY.TaJUhamt
5210Aug.1" ,by, ., :,
do J M Willia do
30 7 95
Jcksr 54 do '
4,714 8720
: do' cn 1856J
.,. ...:' '.:.- v .. *::* : ._ 'do "NFo1 6130 do J Morrison May,' 1 'r .
do L do B5 '
CDemilly 308 46 -
do "me, do 1466:) do )1 C Peterson, elk do *n3 do T W Brerard for school fund 2' : ::
_
20 110 N A McLeod dB 66 60 S6 05 60 00 ,
I 27' do Jt Smltbldo: 43200d4 do Griffin do do do, M D Papy servant hire

.. .... j..'>. ; : > : ..$157197; : ,' ,E Cpfercorofllt'TS fee., 11) "rU do GCT 'n.end do 20 60 I I do N A !toG' 'd,'ftf do 4 75 t I 19: Oo M Naeb postages 5994 HavI"a-N-; :: '
,' Oot. .
., ;9.1 .."... .-, '._"' ......:I': : ..do "Jr, do' 30 75 Oot4' Jo Sowell i do 228 20 I do fD'Brown do do 13s 28 :, ndo D H Amei >andri 'a for office 17-13 ... .. .
.J .
$h tlsd.ell ._ 9 46. 25. ;I "" 1575 dJ Brown do 32375 I do 28 do '0 CTowoaend 33 60 received;; 'B.H.<&nti U"left l.
., :0... .......w. .: ......., '1 r' 'do.ao, ,. ,4ct ,,, do do do Z\M\ i TtTST p .
'rJ ': 11 do 8 S Moore' do 2525 do Jc-ne fce 14aOO I ( ..t..j.i '
J .
8 sUudt
;. na, ... U.- 13fi90'S2 .-- doao., : ;do 1500 1 do G R Mobley do ; do printing tcitrt ; ." _
'\r.1t 'It.. .- o't : !." ,:i!' : '. ,74 I do C ThifPcn, juur ut, wit ctI4n 25 1Gdo.WGitobin'on.. do 100eln Ho .TWdk'er. do do' 3" 0 I' do J 1>MoDoug ',und', for ofEcer 44OO-..0I' taI.w w'mAt'L 41 B 1raY'..t

.. u a. ; .! 0: ,4,013 do G G IlGit. coroners ftc, I 18 7b1tT .C W Branch do 595tb I Jo D G Leigb, elk do 8 :1- 1 i 3Q do Ilay ward & Randolph .1. 3. IB: I _.._rigust'2,1838. ,i'l.;...., _
tt'non. :. ::. a.GGO Gi d 1 1100 M 8 Atkian Jk 1 10485 I '.. .
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_.. ,...-t .- _,,;- --..-.'-.-r-- ---:S: -_--- --- Itv - t -- ...,,- r- -- a -- -- - -' -- Corruption In Congress. The recent Rttwaert la Kelti. -
II CorrcipnodeiKM the J-.onul of Commerce. palitical paths we fctl as deep an interest as The Fillmore Farce. -

.lEt A 'few. words about John C. Breckin JfaribiiraTALLAHASSEE& .nurna1. herself. Florida: wonld hail his appointmentwith Tho California Express of the 15th ult.t The Washington correspondent of the New FuRTKXft rAI 'LJL-Te telegtspl1

..f ridge -___w-."'.- --",..._....... -- the _rarmest" pulsations of patriotic desire t publishes the following secret circular of the York Herald, addressing that paper in regardto announced four briefly/1 dajs sgoh1
ot
,, KKSTCCKT, Nov. 26. 1656. : and party pride. Black Republicans, which was issued some tho corrupt practices.o( members of Congress :I family persons of th nanro oVVojer.

.\ The election of Major, John C. Breckin- Mr. Buchanan will doubtless feel inclinedto time prior to the Presidential election,not only says your denunciation of lobby members I, living some miles'from Louisville, were .11

.f 1;: ridgo an object to the of Vice sufficient Presidency intere-t:, has to the made whole him Saturday, .Jan. 10, 1857- take an old line whig from the South, either as a literary curiosity, but to show democrats &c., has created a good deal l of* flutter brutally' murdere and their dwelling wjij,

what kind of warfare the California that class of Whilst their ult. con.ame by fire. The fol'o:
' nation, to correct false statements relating to = into his Cabinet or for a Foreign appoint. abroad ing amongst patriots. .
'
Limself or bis friends, which might other wise Floridian & Journal Redaction of the ment. We express no choice among Southern Democracy had to contend with, and as an you do them full justice, you do not go far ing additional prcala we gather from tbe

.I pass into the public mind as true ; and his Price-Cash System. men. If we did, we might feel constrained apology for not rolling up a larger majorityfor enough in exposing the evils of legislation Louisville

.; own nature on 'he other band, would shrink Tbe proprietor of this paper, desirous of extending to individualize one of Florida's no. Buchanan and Breckinridge. It i is.a rich h,'re. The lobby members"-and by this Tho house was the property pf William

from pplausej- founded on fahnlojs claims. the sphere of its usefulness by cheapening its cost to Joyce. a young man. who was fortnnjrSr
-t J ble sons, who would fill one of the Depart paper and fully expresses the part the Fillmore I term is included ex-members, newspaper correspondents I
.i; If you will allow me, I will correct some errors subscribers, and at the same tine to secure himself away from home on the night of the tatrti

'+::t.; of both those sorts, which appeared lately from serious )losses incidental to the credit system! ments at Washington with as much ability as men played in the recent political drama and fellows like Thurlow Weed* to attend a wedding. He had, however heft

".?t 1 in the Journal of Commerce, in a transient lifts concluded to adopt the any other man in the Union. We repudiatethe : !! who, having graduated at Albany and around a brother Richard Joyce, aged 19, at '

. ;. letter, dated Lexington, Ky., October 30 ; CASH SYSTEMwith deleterious example set by the Electorsof CIRCULAR.SAN I the Common Council halls in New York, house, to take care of his property and It*
I.t and I willlTdd a short statement containing 110 family during his absence. The
FHAM-ISCO Oct. 24th 1856. I
Virginia. infest this city as regularly fledged prac. inmate of
} the truth about this remarkable man, all those aubscribcrs who retidt out of the State now the house were
young Mr
To tht Rtftublieant of the State of California: titioners-could do but little damage, i if they Ldl her
/.1 r which may, possibly, prevent fu ure misrepresentation of Florida, accompanied by a reduction in the price I Richard Joyce. a young man of 19, aiD
Indian Renewed.It We the
>. -or at least, may interest the of the paper. Uuder the system! thus instituted, this Depredations FELLOW CITIZENS arc now upon did not find amongst tho members themselvesthe Welsh her daughter, a widow, and tie UL,
Thousands
'.,w,I public.J paper will be furnished our subscribers! out of the will be seen from the annexed letter, eve of a mighty fellow strugglo for Liberty under most corrupt and pliant tools. This is | ter's little daughter, a child of three jean.-.

J It i is not true that he ever taught school. State, at $2 per annum ill advance. This class of kindly furnished us for publication by the the lash of of our southern beings, writhing to for the difficulty. It is well known here that ''r The oldest son, William Joyce, the owner oe
,<. It is not true that be commenced friend- our subscribers will be allowed until! the 20th of Feb tyrants, cry us the house, as
Hon. E. Hawes of St. John's was
.. G. county, Shall stretch forth mighty arm members and even Senators bror .tate.
our ,
help we -
: less. It is not true that both his parents died ruary next, to make payment for the present year, many aye home. The to a.ll/ro
: in liis infancy, (his mother tilllive8.) It is and those failing to do so will cease! to receive it. that our troublesome Indian neighbors bave to their aid tVe will Shall we, as patriots who came to Congress poor, are now wealthy. late Thursday night, and bart the te ;raut

not true that he was educated on means, any The paper will be furnished our Florida subscribers renewed the bloody war of aggression upon as freemen, stand longer idle 1 No Some of these scamps unblushingly avow the an investigation led to the horrible
;
In view of the interests involved in
.jj part of which was earned by himself. It is .it $2 per annum in advance, or $3 at the end of the the exposed frontier inhabitants of Volusia the election mighty I desire make I fact that they have become rich by being interested the entire householdhad been bleCtb
to
coming aware -
-*[ not true that a rich uncle befriended him, year, allowing them two months from the date of expiration county. What is Gen. Harney about, thnt you The charred remains of the two
and
| of the following facts : As a matter of in the passage of bilN ; althoughthis "
i'r and then abandoned him because be was a subscription in which to make an ad raneepayment found the fire place while! ;
,
he has not (! in that lear of
Democrat. There is not one word of truth placed troops exposed vicinity policy the Republican party are desirous of avowal is not a secret to perhaps a sin- !: IbO
Thesetei-ms will be adhered to in the
1 rigidly- man were lying
":1 t in all this. And the uncle probably alluded The political character cf the Floridian it Journal to preterit such melancholy disasters-!.. weaken carrying the this democratic State for Fillmore, which will glo member in the House, no one seems to I I i young to have been occupied! by the place bed. aappl i
without
j to in the statement, in a manner so injurious, I is well understood. It will continue to advocate PILTKoDec.. 31, 1856. vote injuringour I have the courage to move for their expulsion. I II. Mr. Wm. Joyce returned his home
We have of to
prospects. no hopes t
.1 1. while he never did, nor ever had occasion felt to !| Democratic principles, independently of all clique!*!, DR. G. E. HAWES : California, and we must use every endeavor carrying When you inquire of honorable members--I I I find it a mass of smouldering ruins, and, with

do towards much him for from Major his Breckinridge-has infancy almost as to- j locking only to the integrity and permanent success Dear Sir-I have: just returned from up to defeat Buchanan, as he is our only opjwnenf. mcn like Letcher, Jones, Haven, Cobb, ( I I the assistance ol the leihbol instituted a

l1 wards a son. Now for the facts : Major of the Democratic party. We solicit those who nre the river. There is great excitement in Vo Mr. Fillmore is a mere Will-o'-the- mean of Georgia) why they do not take some I I vigorous the investigation of the disaster. premiaa In
1 with to continue their cause ;
pleased our not only at
whom have
paper
from fear.
1 father, the late Joseph Cabellflreckinridge lusia county owing to the Indians Wisp, we nothing to action and the ae.
Breckinridgu's having to try purge Congress, reply fastened several of the
own subscriptions, but also to aid in extending our From the most authentic information received 'i upon negroes in ta.
a most eminent citizen of Kentucky murdered a family by the name of Shiley is that would be futile. Nothing vicinity and, on the
t circulation by getting up clubs in their vicinity. or from the East, the American party will attempt : searching premises of

4t died at anearly age, in 1823, leaving .- .- -- .- Shaffer, living at Sheldon's old place near not carry a single State ; consequently our could be proved, for members who would accept :i Mr. Pendleton a watch eoat, pants,and other .
i his John infant not quite three I
only son, ,
old and all! several and The New Cabinet. New Smyrna, about eight rniles'otT. I believe fight is with the democrats. Therefore it is bribes would not hesitate to swear themselves ; things, the property of Mr. Joyce were
I years ; leaving daughters I I i found secreted under the house. Bill
a young widow, who was a daughter of Dr. i Every succeeding week, through the medium : they were found by Sheldon's son.- the duty of every true Republican to vole for clear. The mass of Northern members ::| of Mr. Pendleton, was then ,a .Lye
let him andconfessed
Fillmore this State and ,
Samuel l Stanhope Smith, of New Jersey, a I of our exchanges, presents us with a There were four in the family-a man and elect ;candidate carry Mr. Fremont. you are corrupt, especially thoso of recent that be and three nrreste
our ,
:. grand-daughter of Dr. ]and Witherspoon lineal descen-, of I new Cabinet, and the Northern Journals con I wife, and two children, all killed, and the Again, should you have any conscientious growth ; whilst it is equally true that the ': the family, plundered and then fired the hou.,.

: dant Revolutionary of the great memory John,Knox,a the Scotch Re tinue to indulge in odd conjectures and predictions : house burned. The citizens want protection scruples about voting for Mr. Fillmore, the mass of Southern members are honest, high I At this revelation and the greatest excitement

:t: former. From the death of his father, till he I, with reference not onlto' the ministers from some source, or they will quit' thvir following facts will put them at rest : Mr. toned and above suspicion. This statement forced prevailed at, lynch but calmer law was abouHo be en.

' LtI graduated at the College of Danville! Ky., I Ii' but to the measures of :Mr. Buchan II homes. Fillmore a3 Mr.is as Fremont sound on, and the in republican order to proveit doctrine of the comp.sition of the existing Congress is action once of the more hasty judgment and overruledthe the three

under the care of his brother-in-law Dr. John an's administration. I remain &c., of linen in the other
yours to you I will cite his letter, dated Buffalo, a melanchody washing dirty negroes implicated were caught and
President of that I It
.tP,; C. Young, then nnd now We think that we can 8.with) great con. J. B. BROWN. Oct. 17, 1838, in which he'says he does believe face of tho world ; but the evil has become ,I tied to stakes to make them confess"which:
r College-which he did when about seventeen I Ir I I
did and
old-ho supported by his father's fidence that the new Cabinet has not only I -- petitions to Congress, on the subject of I so glaring, the danger so imminent, that I they finally were committed to jail. '
i was
years From the Wakulla 1 stated that
aboat
l1lell.i They they went the house
and the slave trade should be receive -
't J mother. The venerable lady, now nearly I not been determined upon, but that the President slavery nothing remains but a combination of public I t
broke
i Marks Marine midnight, the door and
St. Mall
Hospital Steamer 'I. That he was not in favor of the annex- ; open encountered -
t eighty years of age, was left a widow in elect will l hold this responsibilityof opinion to remedy it. Richard the
grave I between New Orleans and Key West. ation of Texas, under any circumstances, so I Joyce, brother of William.

,1 early life who by the death of that John leader Breckin of selecting them under advisement until near We have been permitted to make the following long as slaves are held therein. That he is The reasons of the greater honesty of I He was brained with a cluS! in the presence
..i ridge was so distinguished a
the old Democratic in the of Ad- the close of the present session of Congrt'ss. I extracts from n letter from :Senator:; in favor of Congress exercising all its powersin Southern members arise from the fact that I of his mother and sister. The aged mother
days
part, :
11 )
am and Jefferson, and has de\"oted.nll her I Such is manifestly the dicta'e of duty no less Mallory to A. B. Noye-i, Esq, dated \Vns''I \- abolishing the slave trade befepeen the they are not obliged to resort to the practices I seized a pair of tongs to rush to the defence

.n-j subsequent life and all her ample fortune, to than of policj' Cabinet ministers must he ington, Dt>c. iJ7, '56: States, and lastly, he is favor of the immediate which so generally prevail at the North, in order of her the son, but on the instant was attacked
'I by one of whom knocked her
negroes
I find here two hundred and thirty-eight abolition of slavery in the District of ;
and her children and
> acts of generosity, to chosen from those States which bring into to secure their election ; and consequent. senseless with a club. The daughter Mn.
.
letters multitude of Columbia.If
their lived to bless four upon a subjects, to be an
. posterity of-them.having As the House of Representatives the greateststrength I swered. Pardon me, therefore, if I seem to more is required to prove Mr. Fillmore ly a better class of men is returned. In the Welsh, attempted to escape out of a window,
ri generations soon as Major
Breckinridiie; quit college, he commenced the in support of the general principlesof I I write rather scrawlinglv! to you. to be n friend: to our cause, examine the following North, through the odious and demoralizing' but was caught by the feet, dragged back,
:
I study of law: with? Judge Win. Ousley ; and the administration. Somo exception may : "I send you today the publication of the : On the 21st January, 18-12, Mr. system of primary election-a system whichin i and then beaten to death. infuriated:
for St. :Marks Adams the ruffians then sacked the house, took the little
I
proposals Hospital. presented a petition praying naturalization
Fl it was this gentleman, who afterwards at times be made when a small State presentsa nine cases out of ten succeeds in giving the .! of Mrs. Welsh threw it
,, I called at the and that girl the bed,
Governor him the I yesterday Department: and of free negro foreigners, opn
ar of of Major Kentucky in one, gave of the Kentucky commission man possessing peculiar and generally acknowledged ; would not leave it until theso proposals were thebe allowed to hold real estate Mr. nomination to the man who pays highest for set fire to it and fled, the child actually

regiments which went to Mexico, an extraordinary fitness for a Cabinet appoint I: ready, and a copy I have had sent to the Wise moved to lay the reception of the petition it-the aspirant for Congressional honors loses burnt alive. '

p mark confidence" I ment. But the general rule must necessarily !I Floridian tSf Journal. I have examined the on the table. )Ir. Fillmore voted in the his belf respect from the beginning. From -
personal as was I I
r thought, at tire time, fully justified by the exclude from such a station selections from plans, and the edifice upon paper looks well. negative, with the northern philanthropist paying money to be eected! it is an easy and Mr. Buchanan and the Kansas Question.

1 young man's conduct in the arn%. Beforehe the small States; because Cabinet measures ; But you can j'idge when you see the specification and against southern oppressors. natural transition to receive money for influence I The Washington Union copies an attic!.

was of full age, or about that! time, he and I : !>. Now, when it is in borne in mind that :Mr.f I from the Lancaster, Pa,, Intelligencer, in
however just and expedient, tmis-t fail withoutthe f and votes after lie is: elected. And thus
Dibble and
his Messrs.
Thomas W. Bullock native of Kentucky t I' We are in the midst of the holidays, but Fillmore, in letter to
Esq., a
which the latter
find now a lawyer of Lexington, in : necessary power in the national Legislature f' I am working like a slave to gefour affairs others, remarks that his former acts will be it is that many seek position in Congress simply .I I journal assumes to disavow
;
that State: commenced the practice of law at ; I to give them vitality! ; whereas a weak I straightened a little. Cozzens has caved in typical of his future course, and in view of to make money, utterly oblivious to the I Mr. Buchanan's responsibility the viewson

its I with his mail contract, not being able to get the record here presented, I am sure you will slavery, squatter sovereignty &., expressed
Burlington, Iowa ; whence, after a year or Cabinet may carry measure with such wrong, and neither caring for or feeling the I
two, both of them returned to Kentucky-,and j I boats; and I am now busy courting offers accede to the request. degradation. I by Gov. Bigler in his late speech in the United -
power.In ;: from different sources at 848,000. The con Use overy exertion to enable our friends to
married Miss: Burch. ;
.Major Breckinridge j States Senate. And the Union adds:
i
glancing at the condition of the Democratic ; tract is an excellent one, and whoever carries be in possession of this Circular before the I have in my mind's eye at this moment a
!
moderate
-if Scott fortune !
: county, (a lady I with
In connexion the above have the
anti excellence and settled in the party in several of the States from I on the service well must make a great day of eleciion.: The issuing of it is a secret, member from one of the interior districts of a we
great ,) j
deal of If ofFer and must he kept inviolate from the democrat*. I approval of Mr. Buchanan in saying that the
no from the
county town of that county (Georgetown) in I which Cabinet appointments must necessarilybe money comes i State not a thousand miles from where the
the of the law. Not afterwards i I parties addressed, I will have it :again ad'tr.I Yours, following extract form the South Side Demo.
: practice long made, it will at once be seen that Mr. Buchanat I Herald is printed, who boasted a couple of I
ho removed to Lexington where, I believe, i i for deliberate I tised. Herman Livingston, of Sew York, T. \V. PARK, crat states correctly his position :
has and
: great cause that his re-election cost him $35-
, President State Central Committee. ago
years
offers to take it, but to run it with .
proposes
he was born, and where he has resided for I As for Kansas, Mr. Buchanan has never ex
cautious discrimination!. in the exercise of this 000 but that he would make it
ten Or tw lv jvc....o tfaci. lie.vrcte clvotoci j one snirtll propeller-too small for freight or pay, never either the other -
. prerogative. Maine and Connecticut at the I t -and this I have objected Kx-Governoi Branch of North Carolina. And it is but pressed an opinion one way or
twice to the Legis-laiure of Kentucky, twice I passengers to. I theless. doing justice to the :, in favor of its coming in as a free or slave

to Congress, and now Vice t..sident-the East; eYork and Pennsylvania at the : [The intelligence here communicated is This venerable and time hono'ed gentlemanis honorable member to say he is greatly slandered I State. He has prudently conceived that it is

remarkable fact bfing, that his clei! tions have :Middle ; Virginia, Georgia North Carolina : indeed gratifyiug, and will save us the trou. now sojourning hiswinter residencenear if hf has not kept his word. Such are a matter with which he does not mean to

always been carried against heavy and decided | and Louisiana of the Southern ; and Illinois hue of inditing, as: we designed, a severe this city. His numerous friends in Flor. the materials out of which it is expected Con. I, meddle. It is a question exclusively wit the
majorities, so far as Kentucky was
party and Indiana of tire Western States the ida nml! elsewhere will he learn people of the Territory, with i
"
1- concerned-a distinguished testimony to the may be I phi'ippic against: Postmaster General, gratified te gress will become an honest body if lobbymembers" I content to leave it for solution. He will ire

I personal character of the man, five times re- ( regarded as those from which he will take which he richly deserves, for. a flagrant dereliction I that this distinguished; living reminiscence of are excluded from the floor. No, to it that the principles of the Nebraska law

peated, and never refused i, his ministers; and in hut few, if any of them I! of duty in not rectifying the insufferable the glorious days of Andrew Jackson, is in sir ; you must strike deeper ; you must first II are carried out in the letter and spirit, impartially .

?21 He is a lawyer in full practice ; about thir- doe* the general! sentiment of the party: con : abuses aiiMng from repeated defalcations the enjoyment of excellent health, and a mind inoculate a healthy moral sentimant. through. and without fear, favor or affec

Jjl' ty-six years old ; possessed of moderate, perhaps centrate upon anyone name for a ministerial on the part of mail contractors on the unimpaired b)' his great age. The politicalcareer out the country abolish primary elections tion.
I{ hardly competent, fortune, consideiingI i! I ,
I i his public position ;ind i is the father of five i i.J appointment. Ii i route fro II New ()i leans to Key v;est.So .- of Gov. Branch transpired long beforeour and hold members when elected to a strict Central America.An .

.J{I or six young children. This is just the uni.; Virginia, which} led off at the Cincinnati ne fivo months have elapsed since the day, I but it is familiar to the country thatno accountability, personal and prompt, for n. exchange remarks a there seems t b

'f I varnished truth of tho career of :Major B., Convention with the nomination presents a I I caving in of [the Messrs. Rogers of New Orleans man was ever more faithful, untiring, con ery act, before you can ever hope far a re- a fixed determination on the part of General

from his birth till this day. i divided front. She is truthfully stid to be ,i ,\ the original contractors, and yet no scientious and upright in the discharge of his form. Walker and his filibuster friends to conquer
The writer of these lines knows I
j. personally the mother of Statesmen, forshe has so manyat J I practical arrangement effected for the restitution duties as one of Gen. Jackson's ministerial' Central America and either form
a separate
t j all the facts, and all the people, material in SITREME COURT ox WILMOT I
TiE
rjH this! statement. As for Major Breckinridge, this time that Mr.I Buchanan\ will rind neither i of mail facilities along the entire Gulf officer.-- And now that he is enjoying the I PRouo.'lneVashington correspondent TiE of I i republic or. annex it to the United States, i

'I I have known him since his birth, and am an easy nor a gracious duty to deter coat ot the Florida Peninsular. This strangeand honors of a green old age, after a long and the New York Herald states that the ,I may b interesting to the public to know a

i: old enough to be bis father. Every time Le i. mine upon which of tht-rn the! robes of oth'ce i i, unaccountable neglect of the postal in. distinguished career of public usefulness, it Unite little about the extent and population of the

1\ was ever tried, 110 matter at what, he did ber1 I shall fnll. The opposition boldly declare. as : t'r"lIts: of so large: an extent of country has seems not out of place, (though a stranger States Supreme Court have come to a decision I Central America comprises fire

'- ter than was expected; and keeps on doing ;j we are informed, that whatever he rrray do i added nothing to the refutation of the Postmaster to him,) to award to him the tribute of our upon the important questions presented I States country.Guatemala, San Salvador, Honduras
4 so. Every time he.ever appealed to mankind : in the case of Dred Scott, recently argued -
. he cannot make a wise choice and this is : General: for and gratitude and praise. His manly and patriotic -
of he was found to possess the most ib- !; ; efficiency integrity in before that tribunal. Judges Taney, of Maryland ,I Cost Rica, and Nicaragua. The first con
; solute spirit of popularity," as Lord Clarcn- ; met by the assertion that if he does not make i i the discharge of his official: duties.Editor efforts when assisting Andrew Jacksonto tains 43,370 square miles, and in.
Daniel of of Geor- 8,0
Virginia, Wayne,
? don said of John Hampden, of any man of : a wise one he had better pass Virginia over. : Floridian 4' JoitriuJ.] throttle that great monster the United States habitants the second miles and

.\ his day. As to his party politics, I have not '' Alabama's Presidential Electors have : Bank, will stand a? the enduring monumentof gia, Catron, of Tennessee, Nelson, of New ; the 9,70 third square

f. a word to say.. As to his b-ing Vice Pre?il i- sugges Heath of an Officer. York, and Grier, of Pennsylvania, hold that 3.0 inhabitants ; 3,5 square
ted the name of :Mr. Ymcbutslw.. has his ability and integrity, constituting hima and the fourth
many miles
at thirty-six, I consider that his greatest: misfortune We have seen announced, and deeply regret Congress has no power over the question of 357,0 inhbitnt;
: other able and aspiring, men whoso claims model worthy of imitation by those who
and misuse of four of UK- and
1 nearly a miles ;
,
I the death of Capt. CaseJlate of the U. slavery in the Territories, and that the Missouri 13,000 square 126,0 inbn.biunt
t best years of early manhood of one like him.I are being canvassed. Louisiana will prob' would attain to greatness, and like him retire the fifth Nicaragua, where Gen. Walker
,
and for Indian is i
He is probably the only man who ever held ably find it as difficult to concentrate i S. Army, many years Agentat from public} life, carrying along the vale of Compromise unconstitutional, and
with indifferent
V that office who did not desire it, and tried to j upona : Fort Brooke, Fla. He died at Tampa the .commendations of his therefore of no effect Judges McLean of now operating success, i
man .is \ rgidnor; : ; will Illinois, Indiana, declining years approving
,:r avoid it. Bit \\hodifler from him in many 23th nit. His disease was consumption, under Ohio, and Curtis of Massachusetts, hold that 2 miles long, and, in its widest part, 150

$: things, and who have no earthly motives to New York and Pennsylvania find it less so. which he had! been sufferer. for several! countrymen. Long may he yet live Congress has power over the question of slavery miles broad, including lakes Nicaragua and
him hesitate and it Wo are prepared to see a Cabinet i to enjoy repose and the approbation of a pure
J. magnify not to say, say strong ; i years. lie was endowed with n brilliant in tho Territories. The decision will Managua. The population is estimated a
}1 withO profound conviction, that I should con- men of weight, and men of talent, whose i I heart, gathering its reward from a benevolent divided in order follows Whitei
mind order of business talent 268,000, :
evincing high a-mounced in few
a be a
formally a days by Chief
f.' S Eider my country saff, no matter what party j: names: will be suggestive of States rights contemplation of the field of its exercise and Indians

rules if all pjrty I leaders were as able, ns antecedents will their nationality -; I united to a, character without reproach, and tile sphere of its usefulness Justice Tanev.. 3,0 Negroes 19,0 9.0.

: upright, and us patriotic as this young maa.J : anuso quurantee marked by a combination of those qualities mixed 135,0.

J There is no need! of fabalous statements to and ujrm whoso patriotism and I which so beautifully illustrated and adorned The Suprene Court. THE VOTE FOR TUB PaEsIE. .-Full The most populous cities and town ara

.s character' to like this. The J firmness! the South her Constitutional official returns have been received from all
may repose
give men story < I a short but useful life. In tho language of This tribunal commences its winter term in Leon 30,0 inhabitants ; Maasaya 16.CCO
t of his life, truolJ'b!. good enough. And rights.! the States California and Texas
'' ; it ought to be truly told-for the sake', not i another, he lived up to and by the line, and this city on the 14th inst. Several cases, involving except Managua, 13,0 Granada, (tamed bj
W hear that already indulged will the result
are which
suggestions not
; only of the past, bat of that future, which, i
j i unless I greatly err, God has in store for him.I I with reference to the relative po-itions points are before it, the settlement of The following is the grand result of the pop. New Pueba, S,3 ehicbigaJp. 3.000;
ft. which will 1)0 occupied by those who, were I. 0. 0. F. of Florida. ular vote in all the
4bi: Seven years ago I was listening to him at a I Ij : which will illumine the jurisprudence of our Stat : Vialejo, 1400; Teleca ; tad

{j great meeting, the night before one of his e- i originally,)' Buchanan men" and those who The Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. of the State. Buchanan. Fremont Fillmore. A coy spa, 1000 each.

di Jections, as he repeated in outline the t rrihie I voting for Hen. Pierce in the first place, went State of Florida has been in session in this 1,860,455. l",336,815. 870,232. I This is the country which the

.t.:' canvass he had passed through, and was I over to him when his nomination !became apparent place during the present week, and closed Municipal Election. The votes are divided a follows : their fibaur
to to authority,
; subject ad.
ardor the
with probable propose
f.4 summing up, great this will night. The session has been harmonious The election for Mayor and Councilmen '
*gi result. "They say they will beat me. They and upon point we not per Thursday In tire noii-slaveholding States : tablish therein what they eatf American

, 4.; will not, if my friends are true to me."- I, mit ourselves tp doubt. The President must and its proceedings highly satisfactory on Monday last, resulted in the re-election of Buchanan. Fremont. Fillmore. TotaL civi'ization." At present their dunce

.5' True to you-Beat you !" exclaimed'' a man, I regard the Democratic party standing upon to those present. the present incumbent, Mr.\ Eppes, and the 1,210,81 1,35,58. 3,3. 2,949,740.. success seema small and we heartily o

" { perhaps the humblest in the audi ncc: We The the officers elect Hon.J. old members of thaRoard of Councilmen. w
g I the Cincinnati platform as a unit. This must following are : In the slave-holding States : I that it still better than it is.
] will make you President before we are done J. M. W. G. M. Dr. S. B. I \a
. be obvious; and any other course would seriously Finley, ; Todd Buchanan. Fremont Fillmore. TotaL
'Si with And the whole audience SenSTOr Mallory.
f you. responded cripple if it would not destroy tho R. W. Deputy G. M.; T. P. Denham, Esq., 649,172. 1,247. A loLa Tuxoi i TH* BLUE RIDC-
:E with bursts of enthusiasm, to an utterance The Washington Union announcing the 49B,2 1,13,62Gen. We are glad to announce that the Bin
but which of his administration. R. \\ G. Warden'; Hugh Corley, Esq., R.
.1f. apparently so'extravagant, power I I re-election of Mr. Mallory to the U. S. Sen. Packenham Curious Fact. Ridge Tunnel is finally earned through tlje
., in reality, only made andible a profound pop I W. G. Secretary. last
. ,i; ular instinct! The Greeks would have called There i3 one Northern man whose political I i ate, speaks of him in the following very flattering We copy the following from the New Orleans mountain. On Monday morning achieved-

., it an omen ; but it was more. It was a proof course, no less than his private worth, has I I From Tampa. terms. He is one of the most valua. Picayune of the llth hut : augers met and the portio .inch apart
an
not
They were
.!'f', that: there arc public! men-not many-but won the warm regard of the South ; and we I Capt. Durance's Company mounted volunteers ble members of the body, for no other is more .We were yesterday credibly informed The Irish laborers were tan on the occasion

:: ? there are such-whom parties do not use, fed 1 confident that we }but reflect its united was, says the Tampa Peninsular of intelligent, industrious! inflexible in principle, by a gentleman who resided near the spot and struck work,.deihe that tM/

';t hut I ye! AH is said in that one word. This voice when we express the earnest desire to the 27th ult, mustered into the U. S. serviceon or more steadily keeps in view the public interest that in September lut the well known pan would do no more until the next year." t.
f.J:"I 1oru. And who will
whom hit which General
under now
a mm party tree be carried on
see him in the Cabinet. We know such a Monday, 22il inst., by Major Page. CoI in all he does United States Sen 1857. Te work wi
an
as
t is':\ rise up and say this aim doe not dtl roe thitlave enham were a few miles blow this with and in few month tk'
.:# ? desire to exist with the Democracy of Flori. 4th Artillery; !Major Scott in command, arrived ator." burie feet above the energy, very eHmDiag
" I city was thirty trains will their laborious
_ _ exchange
1v. da. Bold and decided in action, with A mindc1assicalh' I at Fort Brooke, on Saturday, the 20th i ground, by a gale of wind, a cannon ball, the mountain track for the easy grade etbrough
;:. AN EDITOR TO HAVE A CARRIAOC A::(>> I VUlalnyTanlshfd. I over
' cultivated and adorned, and guided I inst. Calt.lcNeal's! Co.mounted volunteers fired from'tho British lines during the battle, the Tunuel.-Erclsaage.
i ; Tbe friends or E. G. Eastman
! HOMES W '
Huntington Wall
\: editor of the Nashville Union are about pre by great political experience ; with a spotless I was mustered into the U. S. sen ice on the the famous street forgerhas was found imbedded just where the trunk

;;;; .; senting him with a fine carriage and horses fame and high national position, the Consti. 26th inst. Capt. Moseley's Co. mounted volunteers been convicted under the first indictment, broke oft lie rredieBfs Leree.WASHINGTON. .
I Thus it was that the brave Briton slept PTId"levee
; Democratic' editors are getting South have found and sentenced to four years and ten months JAW. 1.-Tb
\\tto to atch. tutional rights of tire no : arrived at this place on the 26th inst. under of his own missiles! u his monu diplmatic *
one all
.I ia the it on the Irish plan: confinement in the State Prison. It is cause was at bv t
up pictures-going wore ready and able champion than honest Theywill be mustered into the United States ment." tdy. full ne the h* of .f
''; When fortune smiles, well rid. in chaises, of satisfaction to the whole that neither corps ,
be Jasus P Isaac of,Connecticut.: The Democracy service in a few days. country of the r
And< when be frovrnvwe'll walk, Toucy : Cabinet. many Congress ;
' . Father the memb .Ite
: ----- --' of Coiiuecticot claim and cherish him wealth nor the most brilliant legal defence ;Matthew, great Temperance offle rs army and navy, aJCd

; ....... Senator Sflotoerhas announced that his .il1.&J-ttir' bAr; flr harts ; hut he fills a large Gem Concha,the Captain Gqperal of Cuba, has availed to shield this financial daredevilfrom Lecturer of Ireland, i dead. He was born 'dlctr. ocers. Many members wj-

; t: 1&lLLJ1i1 o improved .lufficiently to..enable! and from her cold hills! .as a has been removed by the Government ofSpain the just! reward of his fraudulent-con- in 1790, and ,Administered th pledge to oror. J gross kept open Hous and all tb(\19 Q.
,
place, looms up .
. '\ Mm 'fo retitne his scat in the: -Senate early in J I half million of ces were .
I :. Jetiifirr% .. I Una of marked ability and integrity, in whose I and his- successor: appointed. duct; pereous. I r cosd.j

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in this Per Wild Pigeoa"from New Orleans' THEnoderatawd r
naIbic'h are becoming an important phco Wednesday last, the j deeeawa, _wilt offsrand J :
1IoOrr.manufacture-t lit which it dives wttth ulL, adjounutl on, Tuesday the 30th -f A CASKS Sides, I; sell .at public tale before the Omit Horn* door hTallahassee To& .ax.i win twgfa C UM 1s TM i E. _B A.Rf t

briDe h of His Honor Judge Forward vacated the Court IU 6 8buuld..ra. !; ) on Monday the ;2nd day of February iuiry.i ttaWb Giwn.with the Will'DRUG / a1. j I
b.eneoiineeted CQ
to their co t. preparation. &c' House for 4 Tierce Duffields best Sugar cured Fnmily tbe folio lands of said estate situate ia the eral years past JRid
Hen *8 their accommodation : next *iiig f.J
and condo female' N E S
Hams. : will option il tharg of the departmentAltbonjrli ; & E 41 C U.S I ; tI1
County of Leon and State of Florida lo wit:
ao. Itylel$ of skirts are numeroa, varying ded the business ,,f the term at his chambers, 5 Bbl. Lard t East half of the Southwest uf section aix 0* female dpruf will receive tbjbw- I atsoiraYDs2C1sr.i
quarter ;
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:i ze And* C08f Not *leas than* *ev. by which means they were furnished with n 2" Oil. I Northeast of the Northwest quarter of section cut of th* aeperrMon *' 'oftli' nrtaci- .f [. *
quarter .
_.. :. .
i will bo
.fir kiads arc sold at the e8tablishmentf i commodious an4 confortable Conference ,20 Whiskry, seven; Southwest quarter of the Southdat.quartuofIection pal, yet his nw iut attention. givento
.
t eebool provided
rcaed& to, the wholesale '1 Ices of which ;i room, separate and apart from the Church. 50 60 Superfine Extra Family Flour" MX; Southwest quarter of the Southwest quar.t with the'an male dpt The and a hare collection> of or THE KO&TA

75nge from ,ix Collars to *evpnty.five a dozen. : The session was interesting and harmonious 160 Bushels black Oats. Northeast r of Section six;of aml section 1 the Northwest seven all quarter in Township of the mhwraln. Students Com abroad will be atm- '4

Tber* srv for example, the Skeleton shirt Seven preachers were admitted on trial, fourteen 6 Kegs Cranberries. 1, Range 1.quarter North and WeaL ; ted board D 'lntC terms. For further particulars Corner of Ct end Mooroe ar."ts.TafebsweevJanuary
of tuition,
era varieties of the Zepher skirt the Li continued on trial, and nine were receive 1 BbL. peacan Nuts. The property of the minor and adult heirs of,aidetnfe. mrtn ttiO', boa. rates 4 I v\\
1 I .
ikiit the'Congress, La Sylpbide, and ed in full connexion.On Walnuts. SARAH FOREHAND, Adm'x.Jln. Ac, IT STEWART.Pnncjptl. .

tbt rs1ge Union .kirt. Silk, muslin' haircloth cac- Friday night the Tract Society held its 1 1 "" Cocoa Lemons.Nuts, __ 3, 1857. 1-1 m I December 20, 66. Sl-6t PGp1I Co-Partnership ,.Notice. "_

ldoth, and other' materials! lire employed anniversajy meeting. The Rev. J. E. Evans For sale by R. H. BERRY.Jan. Notice.ALL I THE trodertigmd bate'ttJ* day entered t-a .

their manulacture bewdes the tape cord, ol the Georgia Conference delivered an eloquent 10, 1857. 2 (ORANGE SPRING & ralhe .. \

lone nd steel which* are needed to give' them and interesting address on the occasion, persons ate hereby cautioned nol to trade for Female Seminary. I WHOLSAL&RETATL. :
I' FLORIDA INSTITUTE! certain promissory note given to George W. Male & :D1ttJG- u
their ,.t. In the matter tf hoops a general after which a collection was taken up, amounting following students obtained the first grade Fowler or bearer, for Forty two dollars and fifty cents situation of this Institution fat one of tbe under the and:

jjrefereuce is expressed for the round whale- to two hundred and thirty dollars.On TIlE Scholarship at the sit semi-annual examination dated on the 26th day of April 1856, as I will not THE Sulphur Springs in the country, and is nosurpassed came '

.- when boiled in oil, loses that Saturday night the missionary meeting : pay it unless compelled to do so by law. fO bet It is easy of access (or steamboat AMES &, LIVELY I

brittko-s which has been the main objection was held, at which able and impressive Preparatory School. WILLIAM H. TURNER. and a houM staging. .. ,.

to its a-Ie. Some, however, prefer steel, and : speeches were made by Bishop Andrew and ReadingGeo.. Lewis, Jno. Walker, Jno. Gallic i Wankeenah, Jan. 3.1857. 1-tt T Poipl corps with of the competent experience assistant of twenty will year devote *. t THEY will be plea t see tbelr frtcssdaandpatronsattheo1dstandofD.UA -

ifiieri insist uPon cord*, which, with crinoline Rev. Mr. Evans. The contributions at this Jajnes O'A'eal. John Da vie, James Taylor.' Spel- his whole lime to the imrro\'emet of his pupils. and
full .
coMtit 'CS a sort of compromise fashion. i meeting amounted to about six hundred dollars ling-George Lewis, John Davis, P. Demilly, W. __ _5G : The third session will commence Monday, January assortmtntof where they will Article keep*tpftertaioin a r; '

The roost popular Btjlw of skirts at present and we are told by those who know, Robertson R. Blocker. English Grammar: 1stClass 12, 1857. For particulars, address. D. H. AMES.
Broome, J. W. F. "
to be the Union' l the Skeleton and La that the whole collection from the Conference II George Hall, G. Sander. N.Demilly Baker., 2d Claw Robertson -C.- OFFICE PENSACOLA k GEO. R. R. CD, )t I R ANDERSON 48Buckheat, Piinrpal. oe 0 liel M. LIVELY.,

ipI gjlpbide.! The latter is a simple:, tasteful article for missionary purposes will not fall short of West, T Lloyd, T.Broome, Henry Damon,J. Walker TALLAHASSEE, DEO. SOth, 1856. J JSEALED f NoT. 29, 185. January 1. 1856. 1 .

bell-shaped, and in size is just mediumbeten 86,000. B. Baker. 3d Class-P.Walker, W. Randolph, PROPOSALS will be received at the -
The M. Baker, C. Croom, H.troom. N. Eppes. L. Austin the Company in Tallahasse, until 12 NASH & CO.
ungraceful straight petticoat with : preaching at the Church the MILES
during :
o'clock the 19th
,C. Dyke R. Wt'stl J. Cameron, James Taylor. on Monday day January 1857, for ,.
its folds collapsing round the hips and legs, session was unusually good, but the sermonsof Ancient Geography-G. Brooms N. Eppei, T. furnishing the cross-ties or sills for the Road between 30 10 quarter do. l

and the full blown ultra mode which is such the Rev. J. E. Evans Wednesday night Randolph, N. Butler, G. Saunders. History : 1st the East end of section 18, and the East end section I For sale by R. l BERRY. DKALBRIDRUGS : !
and of Class W. B. :36. being 18 sections of about one mile each. November 22,1856. PAINTS :
annoyance to the warers companions in Bishop Andrew on Sunday morning Randolph Baker. Henry Damon, C. ,
gn Two thousand six hundred and forty ((2640))sills .
are
deserve Vest, T. Baltzell, James Dyke. 2d Class' -M. Baker -
If has extended
omnibus. three bones a more notice than have I
theatre or an we I for each mile. and bids be made for '
tbe R. West H. Croom required may one
James
Fruits
Taylor P. Walker OI
Sf.
the lengths of which are fifty-six inches at the time or space this week to devote to them.-I James O'Neal. Latin Grammar : 1st Class-John I mile or more, stating the.mile or miles in the bid, and & MEDICINES, ,

eventfour in tire middle and ninety-five We wish every body could have heard I Demilly C. West, V.'. F. Robertson, Geo Broome, the price per sill, to cover cost of t'mber in the woo'ds, I I PER West Wind to arrive days, inform their friends and the palli
Raisins
top'the bottom. These are considered the them.-Alligator Advertiser. 4 N. Butltr. 2d Class-.C. Croom, Johnson, H, hewing hauling to the road and pilling. I! whole bxe WOULD ferad a good assortment of uI
d The sills be 8 feet of sound 20 half
to long, good, heart pine hn O
Hall. G. Saunders. 3d Class-B. Baker, M. Baktr. intb line of btun! f
though we have I I' articles kept M.
seen
proportions in which has commenced be generally i
no decay to ota uniform 2Oqr. A a
proper .
Disunion Convention in Geography : let Cla s-W. Randolph, E. Randolph, fresh suiJiea. Their
Massachusetts.A .
some skirts at Gemn s which, at the lower N. Butler, J. Nash. H. Hall, Geo Broome. Aus- thickness of 6 indies, and to shew nqt less than 8 inch I ] barrel Cftraitts, and will b receivin regularly. .
than number of the citizens of Worcester of heart either face the face to be I 1" Almonds soft shell, terms reuab. f
bone, measure no lees one hundred and tin, T. Broome, T.LIojd. G. Saunders. 2d ClassC. es on ; top smoothly 1883' 14.
Mass. who hewed, and the bottom face to be even and out of ,I 1"' Walnuts. Tallahassee, Aprl ,. '
to believe tbe result of .
inches in circumference. As for the profess Croom, H. Croom, Henry Damon \V..lker,
fifteen
t and well hewed the sides 1" Brazil
wind have
to the bark and
number of hoops tastes ,differ. Some ladiesgo the recent Presidential election to involve I P. Walker C. "'est. M. Baker. Alrrcbra-Gt'orge. blinked off the; ends to be butted or sawed 1 Filberts Nut, "* MEDICAL NOTICE. .
four of Broome, \V. F. Robertson, II. Hall, G. Sounders. I. sap ; I o .
high as six, whilft'few are content with years more pro-slavery government I 1 Frail Dates,
square. !
less as than 1 woo and a rapid increase in the hostility between I I N.Arithmetic Butler :H.1st Hall.Class W.-G.F. Robertson Broome, E., John Randolph Nash.G. "., The bids may be for cash only, or for part in cash : For sale by R. H. BERRY. Drs. Taylor & Maxwell .

Tbe skirts most universally worn l last summer the two sections of the Union," and further j Saunders. 2d Class-C. Croom, H. Croom. W. and part in county bonds or parts in cash, stock and I I NovcicVr22.1856.! 47 formed a offn- their MTt

were the Skeleton Skirts." They were believing the existing Union to he a failure I Randolph, It. Lintlmrga. J. D. Perkins, A. Wood- county bonds stating the properties of each. Cheese. HAVING the public eprhi and IU viacinitv. I
TIle most favourable bids-price aud mode of '
have call for conventionto wtrd, J. L. Demilly, Thos. Lloyd. 3d Class-T.Baltzell pay- i iI iI ii it
wade of round \\halebone hoops, held published a a ment considered, will have the preference, aud H. I
first any or K fk BOXES per R. Gamble. I,
Thos. Brown, G. Johnson. 4th Clans N.Eppes Tallahassee Aug. 9.1858. M Senltopy
-
together by tape; but these were complained meet Worcester on the 15th of January J. Cameron,J. Walker, Henry Damon. 5th all of the bids may be rejected.Sills JV35 boxes English Dairy Cheese. r IJ
dearer. A to "consider the practicability proba. for Sections 19, 20 and 21 to be del'vd.by 15 July. For sale by R II. BBRRY.
,
of as being apt to trip up.the deep I Class-Herman Damon. J. O'Nenll/C. Dyke, Jns. H. Nash
Miles
22 23 aud 24" Dr.
.
A
border of muslin was then added, which ren- I bility and expediency of a separation between Taylor. Latin Header W. F. Robertson, George 25, 26 and 27 ng November 22, 18M. 47 ,

dered them all that could be desired. Theirgreat I the free and slave States, and to take Broome, Norman Butler.Academic I 28. 29 and 30" Oct.Sept. For Charleston-Regular Packet. onEs BIB raorissioNALscsTicEa TO tttc:ClTUrri or t..

werit'.consisted in their extreme light- I such other measures as the condition things Department. .. ::31, 32 and 83" Nov. TALLAHAMKK ADSclaOEXPfl1GCOtXTT.
I FIRST VESSEL- %
DCS8. During the busy season, three thou- j may require." Should this convention of I Herodotus-Anderson, Robertson Hayward, Patton 84. :35 and 8/3" Dec. I HERALD OFFICE with Dr. M. Na8bimmfdiat .utoftb. I
regular packet brig .
day made of this kind alone.- madmen resolve to go out of the Union, the I and Westcott. Cicero- Anderson KoberUon, THEODORE S. GARNETT. iRTH ."
were
und a master, will have for the 2D
1855.
19
Chief Engineer P. and G. R. R. May
Atoiher sule] is called the Union skirts." It I fact will be promptly announced to the world. I Patton Patton,and Robertson Westcott.and Westcoit.Livy-Ander, Hayward Shinr, January 3, 1857. 1-3t [Sent. copy 2L I above port. For freight or passage: depth '
Algebra- ,
; D.LADD, New MEDICAL NOTICE.
dark cloth with the lower Pot.Nov.
is made of white or Austin, KoberUon, Hayward, Woodward, Westcott, ,
A 15, 185G.( 40 -0-
Poisoned-Six Dead.
Family
part quilted in large diamond, finished Anderson and Patton. Antiquities--Patton. Anderson Notice. .
--
--- -- tOFFF.Jt
round the bottom with jute cord. Above the I LOUISVILLE, KY., Dec. 3.-News of a terrible WeAott, Hayward, Robertson, Austin and I 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering.TUST Drs. Gamble Betton
Shine. Geometry Wo lward. Greek Grammar A LL persons having demands against the estate of I their Professional Services to tbe PnV f
and affair the death of .
whalebone ;
quilting a hoop, about a I involving probable a L\. James B. Tucker, late of Jefferson de. received, large assortment of '
I -Patton, Anderson, Westcoit,Hayward,Robertson, County a every variety -Office opposite the Store of Mtisri.Hodgkiss :
quaiter of a yard above that, another. The whole family, has reached this city from Har.I Austin and Shine. Greek Testament-Shine, Austin ceased, will take notice that they must present them J of color and quality, Window-Papering plain ,Scott & Poole.

back is then finished by three small hoops of I I den county, in this State. It appears that a Robertson, Hayward, Westcott, Anderson and I to the undersigned duly authenticated within tbe time and figured. Bordenug to suit all.McDOUGALL. January 6, 1856. 1 I '

whale bone, which form skirts one above another family named Stith, residing there, having Patton. Greek Reader-Austin and Shine. Caesar prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar & HOBBY. .1
from excited the malice -Austin and Shine. Composition-Anderson, Hayward I of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to said Nov.15,1854. 46 MEDICAL NOTICE. .
and extend over the }hips. These nre j some trifling cause, .
notified make immediate ------ -- ----- -- -----
estate arc hereby to
Westcott Austin Robertson Patton Woodward payment -
,
joined by tapes a quarter of a yard in length, i I of their negro cook, were all mysteriously and Shine. Declamation, ,, Wect-- I lo the undersigned. New BURROUGHS 4

which are suspended from the front of the poisoned by the wretch a few days ago. Six cott, Austin, Robertson and Shine. Logic-Ander- I WL H. WARE t AdmraMoulicello. received a large Book DR. ,1

binding and attached to the hoop in front of I are already dead, and two others are suppo. son, Patton Robertson, Westcott and Hayward.Best f SMITH SBIKINS, r .i JUST& Book, comprising g located in Tallahassee offers his prer : j

the tkirt. i I sed to be dying. The affair has created great Writer-Westcott. Best Examination-Rob- I i' Jan. 3,1857. l-8w i I StAr Works, Prose, Poetry and Ito I HAVING service to the public. Office oppotHe \

In regard: to hoops, we arc told that everyday I excitement.A ertson. Best Declaimers-Austin and Shine. HORSES mnces, all tbe recent publications: Dr.Barnard's Drug Store.
The next session begins to-rnorrow at 9 A. M.- Bancroft's and Hildreth's United States. Dec. 20. 1855. 61- m
adds something to the novelties whichare I MERITED COXPLUIEXT.The nomination It is important that students are present at the open Saddle and Harness. Motley's History of the Dutch Republic,just pub '

said to combine all the advantages, with I by the President of Brevet Major General ing of the term W. Y. PEYTON, Principal. lihe Dr. N. a. MCDONALD

none of tbe difficulties, of these which preceded .I Persifer F. Smith to a Brigadier Generalship Tallahassee,January 10, 1837 2-It HE UNDERSIGNED will exhibit and offer for Continuation of the History of Europe ,
them. The gutta-percha hoops -a. late 1_ sale in a few days, a fine lot of 5th and 6th volumes. MOfTICELLO, J"XJi: I
in the United States crearted
I (
army Proposals for Erecting the Abbott's and Stott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Thetis' with assiduous all' casoY i
have in attend en
invention, proved quite impracticable AND HARNESS HORSES- care
I at the last session of Congress) was sent to SADDLE French Revolution; Rome; Hume and WILL
Gbbns M- him.
wea r.g. They break immediately, and will the Senate yesterday ; and in the place of referring Marine Hospital at St. Marks, They have eight pair) from superfine down to fine cauley's England, volumes; Rollin's Office adjoining to that of CoL'Dil .'.

not bear stretcLing twice in one place. ,Another the nomination, as is the custom in ELORIDA. No. 1, which they are determined to selL Thankfulfor dent History; Thirlwall's Greece; Ro'utaon's works; March 22. 1858. 12-ly

strong objection is the fact that, on i such to the Committee on Military the liberal patronage heretofore extended to them, Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella, Mexico, Peru, _
j cases, they hope to be able to supply tbe demands of the Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Rnnell's Modem
becoming warm, they emit an unpleasant j Affairs, it was immediately and unanimously TEIASVEV DEPARTMENT, ) Tallahassee market, and its vincinity, with saddle Hallam's Historical Work; The Works of R. H. BERRY,

odor, which soon cendfrs them intolerable.The .- I confirmed by that body. Never was a compliment WASHINGTON, Dec. 27, 1856. J fI' and harness stock ofSUPERIOR Eurp' Addison. Goldsmith, Irving, Scott, Auctioneer and Commission

steel hoops, a still later production, are more richly merited ; and we feel ROPOSALS will be received at this department Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington. Spark's Washington

free from: some of these objections, but are i I sure that the selection of the President L until the 25th day of February, A. D., 1857, at QUALITY, and Headley's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous MERCHANT.TALz.sue.uxaFla.S.pt29.1855. .
neither elastic flexible the round quite 12 o'clock.rx on, for the construction of the marine and give satisfaction to all who may patronize th.m Writings in 10 volumes library style ; .
so or as of the S9 ,
I I and the prompt and generous action hospital authorized to be erected at St. Marks, Florida We have some "A No. 1 saddle horses-some of the Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2
whalebone boiled in oil, which is the best I. Senate in thus honoring one of the most gifted according to the plans and specifications preparedat 2.40 sort. They can be found at P. B. Brokaw's volume just issued, containing an account of the "

material for hoops we have seen. Made of and gallant of our milita.y heroes, will be this department; said proposals to be either for Livery and Sale] Stable. R. M. SCRUGGS, literature of our country from its discovery to the present JOHN R LLOYD ,

very highly tempered steel, they are also very I heartily endorsed by a grateful and admiring the whole building or separate for the different kindsof J. 0. BRADFORD. day, with a Memoir cf the Authors and extracts j2LTJ.OtiO13.OOr
expensive, 86 each being the price asked for t.J7zioiz.I work; bills of parcels must in every case accompany 23 r- We can be found at "Brokaw's Stable." from their writing The best book of the lid ex ICOMJI1SSIO
1 people.-Washington each bid ; v itb the amount of each kind of work, December 27, 1856. 52-3f I
some, which were onlof common materials. I and tbe total amouut carried out ; the department reserving tantSimm's Border Stories aud Revolutionary Romance i'MERCHil.r:
They are also very apt to break an exampleof The Commissioner of Patents is now sending the
right to reject or accept the proposals in it. ; Statesman's Manul; Histor of Je
which was afforded a few evenings since I to the State Agricultural Societies a parcel hereby invited, or any parts thereof, when it delt11sthe Plantation and Negroes, Republic; Webster's and Calboun's ., comple.e, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. f

,, at one of Thalberg's concerts. A lady's seel! I oTChinese sugar cane seed, raised under interest of the United States requires it ; the depn.t- In Florida for Sale in 6 volumes. July 19. 1836. 2 -1y
hoop broke aud into her leg nearlyan I the direct supc rvision of the Patent Office, ment also reserves the right to exclude the bid of any Bank Bok and Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal f
sprung person or persons who (there is just cause to believe ) A LONG CREDIT. Acunt Paper; Gold and Steel Pens. with and I I
inch deep, the wound was severe, I sufficient to plant sixteen acres, with a view S' O.lt S. KNIGHT
very will not faithfully perform the coutracts,or which they without handles ; Envelopes fancy and plain; Visiting ,
and may make amputation necessary.Few I of extending tbe culture of this plant. It has have attempted to obtain by indirection ; and all bids I OFFER for sale my PLAN TIY of 1185 and Playing Cards ; Ledgers Journals Day- AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT'TALLAHAtSEi : I

persons are aware of the extent to I since its introduction into this country, when there shall be partiea in interest who do not joinin acres of land, situated Madis county, Middle Books, Records and Pas-nok. and every article <

*hich the business of making hooped skirts- I proved itself well adapted to our geographi. the bids, and all bids that, upon investigation are Florida, six miles from Madison Court House, and usually found in our busless. :, FLORIDA:
below a fair price for the work. near the Railroad now building from Tallahassee Nov. 15. 46 McDOUGALL HOBBY.
a business scaiely three years olJ-is now I cal range of Indian Corn. It is of easy culture Bids will not be received in gross, and no contract Jacksonville and Savannah. It has a good dweln t d Septem1,erl,18ft5, 05 11

carried: in this city. One firm in the business, I being similar to that of maize or brownI will be awarded to a bidder unless details are furnished house, and abundant necessary out buildings good Fresh Groceries. t

besides their establishments in Connecticutand I but will prosper in a much poorer soil. the department of the prices of tbe different order, with 600 acres cleared and under fence, worthat WILLIAM SCOTT, .

other places, occupy three floors of a I A correspondent, writing to the CommUsioner kinds of work and materials which shall} be subjectto least $15000. fj TUST 200 Bushels received from New Black Orleans Oats,, ATTORWiSY! AT LAW i ,
Heavy ,
I the revision of the that it ,
department so adopt ALSOA .
and may .
building in Broadway, two hundred feet deep I speaks of the extraordinary richness the whole or part of the bid, as the interest of the 60 brrel Extra and Superfine Flour, MO TIOELLO.FLA.
and thirty wide, in the manufacture. In the'busy I delicious flavor of the milk of cows which United States require.Ninety ban of 60 Negroes most of them young and 5 Molasses,
may likely. TEEMS: To an approved purchaser who will do Joly 30,1863. CO tlja.nRiCHARD
S season, three hundred girls, (a charming I had been fed on description of food. per cent of the amount of work done and take the land and negroes entire, I will give 10 years 20 5 do Irish Lard,Potts elow. .

congregation, by the to the admirers of materials delivered, according to contract price, (said credit if desired follows The to CHARtlS W.
way a : purchase money 2 do Lanl Oil, T. BIKCUETT. DOWJCIBOBIRCHETT
HIRERS ,_,__ ._
.
I IMPORTANT TO THE OWNERS AND amount to be ascertained ky tbe estimate of an agentof OJ -4.'a-----
Bond with divided
female be secured security,
beauty,) earning from five and a halfto by good personal 20 do Whiskey
Court of this tbe department appointed for that ) will & DOWNING
den I OF SUo ns.-The Suprcn.e purpose into equal annual instalments 8 bean'ig interest 1 do Dried Beef.
dollars each
week in
a aie employed I State have recently! decided that the hirer of be paid from time to time, as tbe work progresses,and from dati at 8 per cent, and mortgage of the Proper! 2 tierces DufHeld's Hams, ATTORNEYS AT LAW k AGENTS FOR CLilHSISO. : z
cutting out and sewing skirls, three thousandof ten cent retained until the completion of the contract f
hire is per ty. The interest on the whole sum to paid annually hbds. Clear Sides .
contract b 490 Seventh '
of !
I slave under a general 0 'rt"er.
and of tbe work the
which are turned out in a day One hundred a acceptance &C. by agent together :with the instalment falling due; and do Shoulders
I guilty of a conversion, if he hire said slave to aforesaid, and be forfeited in the event of non-fulfil. I 5 WASHINGTON CITY. .
and bf in Charleston So. Ca.
.ifly fof Wheeler'ilson's sew. to paid 1 box Dried' Tongues. Fnr sale brNov.
I ar.other during the term of hire, without the ment of contract The be exaroJcod! JohnH. practice before the Court of Claims! ,and I
and property can by calling .
ing machines a vaiiety of ingenious laborsaving on 22 47 R. "BERRY WILL
inventions I consent of the owner, and is liable to an action Contracts will be awarded only to master builders Courtney now in charge of the plantation, and appikation claims before C ngr' i and the several of'I
in
are constantly play, and mechanics aud the assignment (hereof, except by .
value. The question I II made to at So. Ca, Departments.July -
for his to Statesburg
I of Lbe me and Harness
trover
so that a tingle skirt! It made in ten m nuJes. I consent of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a Carriages, Buggies, 28, 1653. 80
Bell and to W. E. Richardson. Sumter, So.
We have known a husband enter the store, I was made in the case of Cummings vs forfeiture of the same. Ifnotsold entire by 20th of Ca next, I will For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. -_- t
give an order for his from tbe Circuit Ceurt of this county and I II Each proposal must be accompanied by n written Public Jauar A. PERRY AMAKER;
wife's skirt, have It pat I offer the same at on premises on Subscriber hn just received a f fA
terned and made, and receive it all done I will be reported in Third Sneed's Reports, guarantee, signed by two responsible persons, (certified that day; the negroes in families, and upon a credit THE large supply of Carriages,

and ready to be carried home before keAad up I which is now in the press.-Nashville Patriot. to be so by the United States district judge or of 1, 2 and 3 years; secured a above.I .Buggies and Harness, which he offers TTEtl LAW t'
attorney of tbe said district,)in the sum of $SOOO for
also offer on that day for cash every thing for sale on tbe most reasonable terms. .
half smoked his I the whole work. or of amount, if for wi "
cigar.A ELECTIOXS.The a proportionate
spring mules. 80 I
CONGRESSIONAL else the Plantation, 10 or 12 good November 18, 1854. 46
say 185X.
21. fOEDWARDM.W'E1' ,
May
ton of cord is consumed in a week in I elections for Congress, &c., will occur in any part, that the bidder will. when required if his bead cattl" 3 yoke oxen, 100 head of bogs 2 to 3000 I r

the manufacture and not 1 less than 66,000 I several States soon after the termination of with pioposals be and accepted sufficient, enter securities into & contract for its and failhful bond, bushels of corn, 15 to 20,000 bundles fodder, 1000 Mackerel and Herring .' .

worth of whalebone in a month and then I will be one of proper. bushels peas, cotton seed, also 20 bushels of OWens A FEW HALF BBLS. No. Mackerel aud I
session. Virginia *
; the present performance.Form Sea Island cotton seed, (pure.) 2 Gins, Bacon, Pota- ec Attorney and Counsellor at Law i
what acres of muslin and crinoline-_what I the first States to hold an election after the of bond and certificate required will be fur- toes, Slips, Pindars, 8 or 10 Hogsheads Syrup. seed 11 Hern direct from te Fiberie. For sale at ., II

lengths of thread and tape-what enormous inauguration of Air. Buchanan. nished on application to tbe department.Plans cane. Boilers and a first rate cst iron Mill, Blacksmith's rat McNAUGHT CO. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I j
of little specifications, and working drawings ean be Plantation Tools House aud KitchenFurniture. ORMOND. u"
quantities brazen tubes to unite the I the Tols, Novembers, 1856. April 5, 1856. f
bad to department.
on application .
hoops, will in process of time he consumed, I Rev. Mr. Chaudoin will preach at the No lid will be considered unltu itfuJlif compliesin Purchasers to for all I
it has pay necessary papers.W. LJMKf FLOYD & HOLLAND t
not entered into tbe bead of man to es- I all its details with the requirements of this advtrtiteintnt. W. REES. i! '
timate. The imagination fairly breaks down I, Methodist Protestant Church, on Sunday the Ca A A ,BBLS. Lime, fresh and in good order just Attorneys at Law. t.

in the contemplation. Though tIle new fashion 11th hist., at half past ten o'clock, A. M. The proposals must be sent to this department, ad. December 27, 1856. Sttebur'S.2-t 'I 1UU landed and for sale byMcNAUGHT ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle \
has not I dressed"to'the Secretary of the Treasury, and plainly ORMOND triumphed universally, it is irresistibly endorsed "Proposals for the Marine Hospital at Sale. November 8, 1866. 45 (the State. Also in the District Court of the United It Ito t
contagious. Whenever it is seen it 13 lm n l lVJ 'dir 0I St. Marks, Fla.," aud will be opened at one o'clock, Blacksmith for States,in the Northern District of Florida. ,

admired and adopted. Perhaps it is not ex I lawis, wife of F. B. Irwin, of Washington p. m.,of tbe hut day named for receiving same. : undersigned offers for sale his bay Peter. White Pine Lumber. R.J.FLOYD. Office Apalachicola FU.D. .. '
travagant to conjecture that the Mrs. RACHEL JAMES GUTHRIE, THE 91 FEE f White Pine'Lumber, suitable .P.HoLLAND Office QoiBey. Y1A.
day of desirous of obtaining valuable
may 31 I I this life on the 17th day of the Treasury. I one I Smt 2 0' aorte
FUu, departed Secretary .
come when, secure in these co I would do well to call immediately. If not lor Cabinet Makers Sash Makers Dec.22, 1855. 81
moVIng towersof
bone and I December A. D, 1856, in the 44th year of her age. Jan. 10. 1857. 2-7w privately, will be at public Auction on the 2ud or Joiners Work. Not often such a lot for sale J
steel invincible I
our wives and }
This simple announcement will bring sorrow to Monday January next here. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. WILLIAM DILWORTH,
daughters in the Commonand i
will Instruction
laugh at the exploded theories somewhat checkered life, D. 0. WILSON. NOT. 8, 66. 45 _
of female frailty, and when every wozflan'sjEtticoat many a heart. During a childhood to the Higher Branches of a Thor- December 20, 1856. 51 Attorney and Counsellor at Larfl1MONTICELLO.
her
wherever she has lived, from 1
will be her castle. whether enjoying smiles of prosperity, or bear ough Education.A Luber, FLORIDA. t I ,

grave the lovliness of her character Gentleman who has bad much experience in Circular Saws. WE' have on hundre Tbousan WILL practice in the Courts o( tbe Middle Otr- .
of
SENATOR BELL'S SLAVE Htrwo.-A Ten. ing the reverse fortune and her teaching, and can oTer high recom-nendations, I feet of good SCASOXZD Imusu every di.eriptiD. and Thoiun and LowndM County. Ga I

new papej Bays, Senator Bell will lose was too apparent to escape observation, desires a situation as private tutor or instructor in an WELCH' A RIFIR', and HOE A CO'S which will be delivered T.n.JaS low.Te .- Mrcb2.I8&_12-ly_
iuohes size,
to 64 constantly
About 810,008 by the inBnrrettion panic.- pure, kind gentle nature never failed to attract atten.chris- Academy in a good community for reasonable con; for sale at a commission mauftorer'. wishing sawed at Lumber short can adr us at Centnie.BiU LONG & GALBRAITH 1 r
Four of his tion, and win esteem and regard. Her wu a peasatiou a uotce ,
iu his absence .
wero by '
negroes, prices
LD. A. R. COMBS & CO.
hung by one of the local courts, and five tian life and a ckristian faith, in all the fulness! of its I ADDXXSS : Newport, December 20, 1856. 5 Sept 27, 1866. 89 ATTORNKV AT LAW, TALLAIU.SSXX/FIA. I

more afterwards by the mob. strength, supported her in the last great trial. I Rrv. BISHOP RcrzfBat,1: ) MA.LONG & J.B.O1LBRAITB u..ueociI I

MJU. JOHN BZAED f'Tallahassee. Fresh Bice/: P.B.BdOKAW'S.IVEY themselves in the practice of La*. They
Da. J. H. RAXDOLPH, ) win attend the Oourta!in .'Middle "',the Sopretne k
GE X SCOTT'S BACKPAY.-A iJill 1 passed S urns; JcDo.J. McCA1t1 Monticello, F1A. TUST received direct from Charleston. 50 whole iiil SiLfi iTAlLEf, Courts and th. District Oottrt of the Tlahed

the House, on the 22d nit., paying General ip .cc1L J. M. R.u80&. I, '*.nd half tierces Rioe. For sale right by TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. State at Tallabaesee.CHJicc .
ocott, under the resolution creating him Idea- PORTOFST.MARKS.ARRIVED Oa EOITOZ or FLOEIDIAN*JOCRSAL,Tallahassee. D. LADD. opposite the Court House.
tenant General the January 3, 1857. 1Trustee's December 20, 1856. 61 THE Proprietor would October _". I'f _
in addition to
27,000 Newpr. and
4 vr
fn hll feD ._
.L._
: *10,000 already_received, and patting him one Delano. New York. Sale. '-_-public, &t b b \.'iU. A- W" _DAV18D.D.S.-:
Jan. 1. Bark H. L. Rutgers, large Brick Stable, > > : _..
same (footing-with Washington, M proidedbythelga Mobile. the in vested Fou Fou & at.
5. Bark Linden, Kelly, from and by virtue of power me prepared to his
Schr. Wild Pigeon. OXeary, New Orleans. UNDER deed of trust executed by Richard T. Bir. 2 0 20 .' Crafton: He also alt his Stables, PRACTICING. DESTIiT t'

CLEARED, chett and dated the first day of September 1849 60 City Mills smith Shop where he wittbave have done all kind*of, TALLAHASSE, n.n I'! A.
4The valne of the real and es- and virtue of a decree of the Hon. J. Waylrs Baker Supmo
personal via by io '
York Plantation aod
New Carrisgework .
Baker CASH Peeember'W.
Jan. 1. Brig Mary Hamilton I 1850 directing the executionof For sale at th CAP wok Hne sh 1856. 0SDr.
19th ,
dated ,
April
ta.t4 Of the United States, ii reported for the Kew West with 81* bales cotton 8 passengers to ; eaid, trust, I will sell for cash on the first Monday JOH .LLOYD. the very. bt IV promptness. and dis- .

,7er 1856, by Mr. Secretary Gnthrie, at Kew West Hon.James Filor and and Mr.fami1y.Hon.-Duval. I February, 1857 in the town Marianna*, in the Db 6, 1866._ patch.November B, 1853. 44 P, ,P.. J '
J.H. Partridge
Heerman Jackson, all the rig t. title and interest t in
11,317,611,672 .. that It over eleven and aPrter IN PORT, law County or in equity of the saId Richard T.Birchett in JftQQO Havana Segars. A Freah Supply of GIVES notice to bb fr nde aadpal f

< billions of dollar. I The total popoi Bark a L.Bitpri, Delan, Un den. Kelly. : and to the following described tract or parcel of Land, Cig. ; that beU BOW b tneeeniott ei
who lore to smoke good all the :
RECEIVED latest
parsons SEAR 1 A fifiA by FiJLU.UUU imprui.k fWtil
latioll i Brigs Times Pbuinej, Samson, .14U1T11, J- 0deVBoo. An j situate in said county TIX: The North West'qIW tar ALL
h6,964$12i4u with tome trat1ca :
; :
.'North' teu n find them together oe nest article mannfaetured-IOO per ': ,1at1'be. PI Tetl4 pNduui C
I RaBge-
__ of Section Township.
fi Naves.&hr. seven Stnoiah smoking {TOBACCO McDOUGALL A BOBBY.NonmM tbe aid of local ,
> I Id West, of same ectlort, kish D 1000. pain by .a applieaHoivwlH ..iin
.Wild PJgeoo,0'Lury West; the South quarter i a .
A AW.-lt is 1866 46 applying an arafiaal freenef u xtwe too '
PKESCKT: ; ro* M*. Bt1CRA Township and Range; the West half of the NorthEast .AM 4 thepu
until folly benumbed. !d.The I MdUtetheertMo'efa
No'vy29,185&
ifif iht. and the West half of the South Eastquarter '
Jr; Lunei of Ohio, quarter,
,
McEftenej
; .
and Set CID OotU Perdu. which ao' W
section,'Towzabip and Range One 45 Saw
of ;
viw fo ITotice same worn with comfort..od ease till Jbe Gome ft .
I G are lr
forwarded -\v new year'sprt&ent
to aUarid. as a East of Section twelve Township C. H. "
tbe South quarter
LL persons indebted. tc Solomon SiTIs a* admin' in all. AUS TOR SAE hand size,b prepared for a, parnooeot Se tTltei JiMerfed'e.t
to :Mr. Buchanan, a Lug arm chair, A Utratorofthe estate of'J; Wflford deceased, I alE Range eleven West-containing 640 acres of of New JC. el a.e XO bales, Cotton, and thai beautiful plan called oootioac-m 6 aot.biek cm i
HOG U Trustee. .
D. P. Eo
***flclag.can. and broom ftiTcarved:from will. pltsM call aod settle er the elafcns will be sued I COM Pennsylvania, Virginia. North and South good as Iorsal.lowbyMCNAUOHT 10 mvdb worn i. actmn.l fbr bnujetig v ..
3 1857. l-8w .
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fortbwltbY FersoM indebted to me iodividcally are January and ORMOND CO. ittnfeet eleetibnts. : .
*ickorjr in:fli molt elaborate and ingenious requeslsd also to taake inun edi te jajrmeDtJ |f_Tba Maitanua Patriot-will pfciM pnbluh till Carolina lhc. 8,, Georgia, 4,-tt November, .1. 4ft Hay, l. 115.. ''' .5 .4:

,.IJ'' 'c% hls o-p hand, and Iwo "iU turkeys. : atL1L'5> 2' 8. SILLS.. day of P 158 -



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.I* .UN"- _..' 1f tice.n i\i'l"W': GOODS.JOHit : ". :TO THE PUBLIC. ,1 Important '(to 'Housekeepers, BAttUE- & WHTTAKEE Merchants I: Dr., CELEBRATEDVERMIFUGE M LANS.1r .

. .nod' pcwons entitled to DO' CERTIFY that io the year 1854, L'visit d FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS General l Commission ,

b2tion in the "Ute o( Heftry Saxon, c.t- I Dr. W. MoselcyV Infirmary at Grifiiu Ga, for the NEW PORT, FLA. !
'**.. an liefbj notified to exhibit the same/ to the PMTOEIOTJS of of and -0Arthur's -
relief
purpose obtaining a very painful djs- the Interest of Mr. Tuoa
purchased I -
'' uniWgned Executrix withitt two year* from tbu trellISing CANCER of the nose and ','. My nose was' Patent Air-Tight HAVING of the lute firm of RICHAKMON & AID

II Hat. c1' fife tame will; be b rrf4 at the cx-iration of MERCHANT TAILOR, all entirely gone before I Hited the Doctor, besides WuiTAnE) we tender, ( to oar .friends* rind the public, LIVER PILLS .

thit p-ri..L ELIZABETH SAXON. Dealer ID Ready Made Clothing and a very deep ulceration oa my cheek and about my (1ANfui rrteuillJ Frs ft-vits and Tumatonj > service in the Storing. Buy.g-St'l1nJg., Receiving ,
Nov. S9.1858.: 48-8- Ex-rntnx.. ye. I am hIPPy and proud to say that Dr. Mosely _) .r I- This article I coextensively our and Forwarding of Cotton and Merc hnndiie. Two of the best Pl'epaaUou.
Otth4PAg .
. I" Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. t did relieve me, and baa it not been for my having to used in the East and Northern States last season To our friends and patrons web return cur sincere '

. i Daniel T. Lingo. Ad.tr, dc. ) jitr.cn Circuitt --- --.. --- I upoN inytelf to very extreme cold, bad weather, I will be introduced to the citizens Tallaliaesee and thanks, for the patrimge heretofore extended us, and
. ft. V Court. I ti. now receiving Fall and IVif/iter sup. j do belie that 1 would have had no return of the surrounding country by the un t'nifned..b has row hope, by our attention to their interests, ia future to They are not recommended :
ii SarA C. Granjjer, et aL ) In Chancery. my disease. visited the Doctor a second time and! he the! exclusive right to manufacture in this vmcinity for merit continuance of tie samp.

appearing to tntisfactinn of the Court in this p of Cloths, Casshncres, Vesting, Afc.t oj ; relieved me again and so far as the various: teports I I the oomiu2 season. It is only neefI nrv. to call and] P. K. a BAILLIE, FLETCHER WHITAKER. I as Universal
recommendations of
IT about the Doctors injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these article mel the I
'. that Wnlur OranrViIi! Grander and ; New Fla., July 1st, 1866.
. ;;. I heirs*of dcfendoota I Every Color, Style and Quality, they are positively] false. As regards Dr. Moselcy's] the persons who hare u!ed them to be-confinced, that l'ort : Cure-alls, but simply for -
the Grander.
Washington Deceased the; and economical article I ,
V* skill in the Treatment of Cancers, I know of no Physician they arc best, most simple interest in the late
. -: t in tbe above ttated nuai, reido beyond the which I to make in the most world that I would : offered to the public. can i IT Having dipoed of my :
, '. am prepared up i in the sooner rely on than for the purpose! ever They to Messrs. Baillie & what their
t limiU of Florida to wit: in the State of Al 1xuna. BO i firm of Richardson & Wlitaker, ; name 'ptir-
I him. As H SU RO EON nod PHYSICIAN,he is equalto be used by the most unskilful person, withont the
.._ ; that the ordinary of law cannot be served up fashionable ftylr, on short notice I Whitaker, would tender my thanks to my friends Iud
; ptoceM any in the Southern States and I am happy to I slighted risk of failure.
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said be fur hear for their former kindness, and confidently recommend -
It fe ordered that set
,: i on them: cause AND REASONABLE TERMS. ; cay toat I found him to be n perfect gentleman nnd I' t y Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing I patrons
in and that said to their favour nnd support my succesrsin ports.The
.. ing on the first Monday April neXt I
-ALSO- Philanthropist, and advise nil persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for pntlingup fruits I RICnARD O .
? defendants do and plead answer or demur business. T. J.M. VERMIFUGE .for
appear I Cancer, to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and f and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process I II ,
by tbat time, otherwise aid cause will be tried o : AND WBLL SELECTED BTOCJC OF t July 26, 1356. SO I
.'j : A LARUB have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. I conveniently within the rcncn of every housekeeper.A
. the factcharged in said Bill!!: Provided That a copy will be expelling Worms front
CLOTHING Rome. August SOth, 1855. : large supply of these Cans constantly kept :
.1 : of t hi*"order be published) in a new"pper at TnllabacFee READY-MADE _. themselves should '
iASVHITE
t Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my in stor<. Persons wishing to supply 1'HO
for the space of three months next before said Consisting: of every garment suitable for winter wear, ; presence. THOMAS PERRY, Post Master. Ii I''II apply immediately, ns the fruit season itl near ntband. the human system 'h .

,: first MoodilY Done and pawed at Chambers, thic I such as Cloaks. Talmas, Coats,Vests Pants, tc, de., ; Rome, August COth, 1855. All Cans sold are mll.,1e by the undersigned and warranted Copper and Sheet Iron ,
. .. 3rd December, 1856. wbich will be disposed of at low price I : safe. WM. P SLUSSER.* MANUFACTURER in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been administered '

J. WAYLE3 BAKER, Judge Also, a large lot of Plain find Fancy Shirts, Collars, I Awful. Case of Cnuccr Cured. I May 31,1850. 22 II III Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizen
: .: December 13. 1856. 60-8 I lTnJtr hirts. Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery, tc, fcc. of Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he i i. with the
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'. I out-tit ill consult their Tuis i is to certify that Col. S. U. Harris, of Crawford I I satisfactory
: Those ito'iring a thorough v to wait all that wish to patronize
:. J India Rubber Packing. j counfj, came to me in tbeye 1861, with a Can Piano Fortes. I IWE now prepared on
I ,own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles i him in his line of business. lIe also tenders his thanks
. <. p results various
...r INDIA Rubber Paekinr. of nil tbickneiises from !- i 1 1f. have been selected with great care, and with a i cer bone on and his salival elfin, of glands fourteen had years all become standing,the much chin- _ lire prepared to furnish Piano i to his friends, and the public generally for the very to animals '

:1 f.: i ioch, constantly ou bUild at D. LADD. : I special view to adaptation to this market. : diseased, and his constitution nearly ruined.very Mr. Harris : 10 Fortes, of the very best quality, ; liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been to W '
. Newport Oct. 18. 18M. 4! : October IS, 1856. 1-" upon the most liberal terms. I favored, and he hopes that A continuation of the same subject rms.
bad been under the treatment of eminent
---- many I Thev are second tojionc iu any country cither as : will be granted him. i

c.1: Executor's Notice. A. B. CLARKE -.0-1 physicians. of Charleston and among and them also, was the the celebrated great Dr.Dr.Shepard Marshall -; to (juaiity or price. : lIe will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all ; The LIVER PILLS, for

Every Instrument be warranted. i sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of bis
month after date, I rhall finnl act I of 1bcllu. who treated his case twice Without the of
pr.esein my LIVER
SIX MILES NASH & CO. I line <>{ business. A full assortment Sheet Iron, : cure COMPLAINT -
: Mid vouchets to the honorable Judge of I his Fall and Winter Stock l.f iorno\in'. the disease. He finally went to Dr. Marshall
S now receiving February 2:, IS5G. 8 i Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; SheetZine. Cistern Pump,,
r Probate for Jefferson County.. as executor of John 4 4I I Goods suitable for as he informed inc. the third time, and he refused i all
------- -- and a great many otLer articles too numerous to men BILIOUS DE-
Johnson late of said County:deceased and ask f.r a to do anything' more for him. Soon after that time ,
dismiseioa and discharge n, fuoh eXf'C ltor. NI @ ] A l p Mr. Harris hoard of the many wonderful cures that I Q"1.1in.in.e.: tion. ,
1 ; I had mado. nnd visited me at Griffin, last resort.I TO BUILDERS. RANGEMENTS SICK HEADACHE
t I W.JAMESIIINESquahIfiedeZecUtOr.t consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cs5simeree as a I received 600 CEs'SIl.ph Quinine, ; ,
6m-47 commenced treating ]his case, and in sis weeks the JUST Tin Roofing, Guttering Copper and Tin ConductingPipes !
November
22,1S56. itil! colors and of the with
and Yestiujjs of bestqual lirillltl together a great varietyof
i Cancer was all removed, and tho sore neai I ly healt'd-I ic. all of which he promises to do in the moat &C. -
which be to rnanufaTture to order on Chemical AMES do LIVELY. ,
it prepared:
is :
pure work-mon-likc and style nud of the best
; This c.ifce was seen and \\'itn'Q'etJ by more than five manner material
4 Notice. the most reasonable terms and in the most I hundred persons. 1 have the Cancer mnv in I.IV possession. I Aprils.:; 1856. 11 ___ ._ ], on shortest notice mal most reasonable terms : Purchasers will please

'f persons having deiuatuls naiust the} estate o FASHIONABLE MANNER,. ., nud any person can fee it b\ calling at iiiy office Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the last eight years in

r ALL Houck, will prefent them to Ole under '' Ti'getliePwith a general assortment of iu ill Grillin. Thw ease was witn's.ed J bv SUPERIOR article for Table Jut business nt this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend : be particular to ask for
signed administrator nitl.iu the time prescribed by THOMAS JONES of OriiTic.Dr. I I use. re himself any further to the public; aa regards
S I Jaw or this notice will l.e rlead in bar: of U-eir reove '! READY-MADE CLOTHING, : J. I D. MARTIN, J.ccived by AMES i LIVELY. t his capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same time he I Dr. C. McLane's Cele-

J ; and all pcrTous i.-i-lebted are requested to make that will compare favorably with any stock of Cloth ; ..' E. WILSON., h. _April.--.-.5-. 2850.--- ----- _J4_ _- I, assures nil that favor him with a call, good- work and

pavmcut imme ultt'h.' ing ever exhibited for sale in this city con :fltin; of F. CRENSHAW, Flower Jars ; cheap plces.having brated VERMIFUGE and
!.; JOHN W HOUCK. Admfr. j Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock (Coats, I do ceitify, that myself, and many others, of this : removed from the old stand formerly knownas :,
December 20. 1856. l-St : Fancy CnsVimere antI Beaver Frock AI d Business place, were -ye witne se! to the above stated case, A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Size White fe Slusser, be will be found nt his stand corner -
'1.. Coats, and that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. I Just received nnd fur sale LyAMES of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wail LIVER PILLS, prepared by

r Notice. 1 Black ansi culore 1 Coth; Beaver and Pilot Over- A. II. HATTON.Griffin & LIVELY. 'all his friends.! THOMAS WHITE.

Sack Snrtouts, MH\, 1.1, 1S52. April, ISofi. 14 : Dec. J, 1855. 48 :
t 4 LL persons liavin: demands against the estate of i iJL Hawaii's Black and Fancy Doctkin and CatsiraereB ; I "- ---- -- --.-"- ( ) L.mi..w... .
: \. John W. Tuwi.sc.nJ, .le euc.J. late of Leon : PROVISIONS-plenty at last. I "WILLIAM P SLUSSER ktu.T1 .
', To the AfHirfcd of all ondiUon ,
., couuty, ire notified present them to the undersigned: | BBLS. Flour ;
B.!rt Gren-uline. DmtheSatin: nnd Cloth \\Eti1, A ,
t law. th. will: k ban ed. I d'i ci-rtrfy that I was moct t horribly r.flhcte-1 with SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
witliin tbe time prescrihc or v | FtneyeIvCt, Cj*im.ic, Silk an-1 Caelnncie th, I Cancel which caused in ( W 8 Casks Bacon Sides and Shou'dcrp.! Ta11a.hassee, F1a. -
a 'II lip me pain
i indebted requested make my upper
and all l are to
persons ] p.iy.ment : White Silkdo., describable.] After tr\ lug the kilt of nil the most I, 2" Duffield's Hams, MANUFACTUREiy>F CopPER/Firf Sit Ei.T: i Pa. and take
immediatelv. j Gents Shawl Dressinij Robop. Fin ShitU, Silk, that 10 Bbls. Mess Pork, : no
flll/lfllt Ph\icians I could heir: of, and that :
IRON "
L. M. WHITE Admfr. -\RE"VIIOU.UE RETAIL
; Und, shirts 2 Lard and 10 do. A?;D
Cotton: and Mvii.vi T kegs
December 20. 1856._ 5l-8w ;' C\uto Flannel! and Jeans Diawcr without I tho'.i:ht.leiief with I death gave: tip sUiinij my cn me!c n as the/hopeless f.ce. ,But and,for-as 4 Molasses 20 do. Rectified Whiskey, DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAI' :;:J-D i; other, as there are various

lv for heard of Dr. W. K. 10" Sugar, 4 do. Frpneh Bifcuif. For sale WAKE.
; .1 L S 0 ttm:it 1\1< ilosc-ley's great other
Notice. :
bv McNAUGHT, ORMOND t CO. preparations now
success in the treatment of this di!f-nse, and as a last Stove Hcnd-Qiiaiter1
having! demands against the of ; A general avsjitment nf Fancy and l Black Silk and resort. I under his tieatmcnt, nnilinnue o8, '56. 45 .
placed myself
t.. ALL persons ed'at4 Satin Stocks, Ties aid Ci vats, Co lru s. coorcl) I ari.L l ---.---- ---- -- A SPLENDID assortment of Cool dog, Parlci before the public
Watkias Jate ofJe3ersonfounty.de- Kiucrth fn.m the time he ':-ommened, I was perleetlys : I pur-
t t L-:1: ,
anIVood I Stoves trimmed with
white Kul ai.d! ifilk GltBuck and Lisle Tin, -n-l India Rubber Belting. neatuese
ceased, will take notice i that they must piesent tlum *! und. awl have l>ein 6oeveriiice.. ,
the undersigned doly authenticatewitij'n! the time : dn_ Li.hicGatw.tkts! suetior| Linn, Carolvic!: and ELIZABETH JINKS. A LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Beltingof : and durability, at reduced prices. porting to be Vermifuge

:: t prcsb by law or this notice will be plead i bar Silk: ILiuJkcrehiefBtiwn and Fancy' Cotton, LileTheal BatU Cot.Rty: Ga May 27, 1IlOtlibli' :H I JL.JL, two, three and four ply, warranted fully equal Out Door Work. .
.. :
L; recovery '; and nil r
4 elute are hereby not,fled to make immediate pay- BUY i Case of Cimce ( (H'.t, t by those who Lave tried them, superior to Leather find Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet
incnt the underpinned, I October is. 185C. 42PATALIILLINERYI All size, from to 11 inches wide, constantly Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop werli others in
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WM. W. HEIR, AjI : ui han I by D. LADD. of every variety done at short notice.

. .,, Montcelo, Nov. 1. 1859. 8w-4 ; 1 with il-i etrtily Cancern: that I my wis Lip fur and many Chin years, I tried L>o
,. Notice. DAVIS ha opened nnd will he i-> remedies I c',uM! hear of, but found no relief. I filah'h.1" ; Town Property for Sale. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing
MRS- \ of Dr. '\". II. Mos, in the elsewhere. worthless.
bv tliiiiuIiut the !ea '..n, 'he ley's great sucefss -
ALL persons having demands apvnst; the estate of littst und most! fashionable e\jness. etv.It's of I tn'attn<:ut (.f Cancer afleetions, aid; visited hiui at r!'ITK: undersigned offers at private fc:t1e, the f.>lloTfJL W.: N. B. Ail article* mannfactued from the very

: n R. Blackle-Jge! late JcflVrson county deceased I : G ritfin, and in the course of six weeks he had the Carlel ing described property, known as the Jra\'ia Lots, best material and warranted darable. No other nrti The GENUINE McLane's

i will take notice that they: must prescut'theaito t PARIS MILLINERY, r flll removed. I would advise all that are afllieted I \iz : I ..UNos. 3.25,27,311.( 48, 140. HI, 142 143, i le will be offered for sale.

the undersigned duly authenticated' within the time : Ri't.bons Flowers and athers; nlso a rick pfecii"M! I with! the disease, to vi.it him find hive their health 14J. 2'2t5;, 227. 235. 239,24''), 2,11, 242 243. 244 245. I I21S. October 20, 1855. .12 I Vermifuge and Liver

prescribed by law or this.lotice'i.be ptnd] iu bar I "f Dre-s Tr'nniiiinj, ;*, with a variety (if Die-s un.i! r -st<'H-ti. He i is, beyond all kind c-f dt>ubt, the. most I 24 fi, 250, 252, 253.; 254 256. 257, 258, 26S, all -- -- -- - -- --

of their recovery; ard : persons indebted to said: I iWk Patterns. B.-nnels. Dresses, Cak! l, HeadDiesses. ; \- skilful! Cancer doctor in the iJuiithin States. in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. I II LIFE INSURANCE.THE Pills can now be had at

estate are hereby notified: to make immediate pay : d<.. made to order. Bonnets bleached prte -!<- I Chwkee Co., Ja.; EMA.VUEL DQillNOAS.HrKERENCts -ALSO- !
. NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
went to the undersigned.THOMAS ;: , 6, 7, in S. County qr.A ail respectable Drug
O. ODER, Administrator.yov.25. faithft.Hyan.i pionijtly| fill.-d. 'Ih ladies cf Tallahassee I ). Pi'cket, Harris count, Texas: ; Gieer Bltliop: : ACCCHCLATED CAP1TIL.$J,tOOOO. -
i 1656. 6n--JR- nnd vicinity are soliciti] to Dill aud examine : Giiflin, Ua.Srirrlnss. I L S 0- 'P'HIS Company issues policies oa the lives of Stores.

1 at the Louse kno\vu ns ilr*. GliarJ's: oppos'te! thEpicopal : : Lots Nns. 4. 12, 13, 15. Ifi, ?;2, 25, SO, 40, 43, 61 JL White persons for one or more years, or for the .

Notice. Churth, )1onr..e ttiect.Nov. I Kroast Its Cured. C2 in the South i County quarter. : whole period of life, OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. ; FLEMING BRO'S

r A LLpeisoas luting claims! against tbe estate (-( ; 1 41 I ran The above described, property formerly belongedto Ii\idcnds declared to the insured on policie issued ,
LET THE PUBLIC READ (; Brown. For further information and terms for life.PLtSY' .
"v. 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH Pi.
-<' Dawoa Baiivmiht I entity are hereby notified tn present them to the i FRESH--ci- N SEEDS: I nv.rcy nn' high wh'eh will be liberal, apply to A.I'erry Amaker, Esq., FREEMAN, Actuary.MORRIS FRANKLIN, Prea'l e
opini-'u; I entertain ('f DR. MOSELEY as n Surgeon at Law, Tallahassee. ; Sole1 Proprietors.
i; undersigned Admnstiator witl.ia the time r.re ciubedbylaw GROWTH OF 1&5. 1 nod rhysici.ni, I deem it my duty to mention the case I CHARLES MANNING.. ::g- Applications receive i ia' Tallahassee! by %
this notice! -will! be r.Vad in bar cf tbeir ro 19 1S5 ;5. B. C. LEWIS. SCOYIL& MEAD,
or ,
and all iidebit-l j. RUT A liagn, Flat Turnip, Cabbng Beets, ic j of my nifc, hoping at the wmc time that all persons I Until soil, the above property will. be for rent. January __ __ -: No. Ill, Charter St\ew Orleans,
: : re
4 covery ; prrsnr.s : rcq..ste.jJ t received, !: !iu.ilarrfilietell] rniy be* l>enefitt,id by it. In the : A. PERRY AMAKEK.Februnij '
make pavment iinniedi.itc1y.if AMES tt L LIVELY. : first !part of this year, my wife hal several! :'I1tlllumps! ', 16, 1856. 7-tf AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO General "Wholesale agent t;r the Southern States to
J. BO AT WRIGHT. A m'i.i..I -. whom all orders must be addressed.
._ B R ;' January !. 1?:& 1. to make their appcaianeu in hem treat ; they coalia-: _. CAPITAL,.f SuO.tOu. Miles
Jr
2fov.9, 1' '. S-S'.v -- --- -- ------- -- --- -- -- Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard. .
ted to increase in e'izur.til, t.u! whole }lireit't became
--- - -- -- --- -- '
_ Cod Liver Oil. '
Nash t Co, Tallahassee, Fla. J. S. M. Davison.
-- of the above ;
---
i a'd and I I l !,, undersigned, Agent Company:
Farm for Sale. a dis<: ma s I'Cry painful. j rrocur.\ TIlE .
Notice j Turpentine best medical aid in the city of Rome, : ii'I n',twithftatidiag 1 7RESH A PURE of the celebrated] Brand. He receive applications for and make insurance Qui 'J ; Gardner t Mills, Newport ; W. T. Carpenter
FOR Sal a<.lIt cII'.'-n hundred neres of land, !to- : the earne-t aud faithful: attention of tIC! nw*t : 1 R-nmn: Clark! & Co., A Rushton's. against : by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, A Co. Watikeenah ; Mosely & Pope. Madison

SIX weeks after date the unjcrwcrtil i v.ill npr'!y : ; *- with n small farm and improvements,and skilful! pbj'sieia..?, she continued:: to jjiowcrse and : I'.r Ffcle Ly AMES LIVELY Furniture,Merchandize; ,&c. Palmer & Bm. Mouticello S. Pulesten. Mouticelto;

&4 the! KcK-i.iUe Judge cf InJe: c Leon | will be. sold nt a hir aio, inquire (.f worse, until they the ease as bemalJIe. and Aprils, 135G. M January 1?, 185G. 3 B. C. LEWIS. W. Rogers k Co. Cbattahoochee; Ballzell & Widgeon -
. gave up
county, for letters of admini.tratiinj i upon estateef i JOHN H. RHODES A. P. FL'LLEY. 1 Mananua Nicholson J Zeigler, Bainbridge, a.;
or I aihi-e.J -- --- -- --- ----- ;
-a Antonio Botolo< deceased, late of L R., oj A.,coHnty.SHINE. ; Wakulla, Fla., October 4, J 1856. 41) friends advised to amputation.visit DR. W. R.was.MOSELEY by, of many GinKn; !:of, OK n.\ ; Most Appm 2d Corn Mill in I'M j 1 Notice. ; D. H. Dickinnon, BainbriJge ; E. Seixas, TLoUla"l",

--------- -------------- I which did, nnd, nstoni bill as it seem, he had OI' the most approved LANIER CORN shall |! Ga.
; December 13.1850. 50- w | may 1 A A week after date, I apply to the Hou.
; __ .Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Blan : her entirely; cured ici'/iiii: one month and rfc it now I \/V MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. Thee '! SIX lfc'o of Probate in and for the county of Jetfer. ;, F1-ruarv23. 1SSC._8-ly

Notice. i iALL kets. !, in 'luCId health !! I would! advise all who are afflicted! : Mills have been for some time in use through this re '! eon, t tor lett rsf minUtration ou the estate of : Dlacksmithing.TIIE .

with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, to visit the gifii and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect sat ': John Severs, late of said county, deceased.
YARDS orted! K aud
' 1 persons having demands against Ihe estate 10 000 as rsevs" GU Doctor delay a. I am satisfied by experience; isfacticn, grinding with ease )0) bushels and the rise I JAMES SEVERS.
; R. Hegan late of Leon county)', deceased, will i Wool Plains awl observation, that he is the must skillful phytlim ., in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied j I'' N.v 15, 1S56. 6w-46 jMglH co-partneisLip "for the PulHflHcGSi >
nj Colt
take notice that they rcust present them t the undersigned 1OuO yards i ; duly authenticated! within the time prescribed I 1,000 pairs grty mixed and TV hits Blankets, disease-Cnneer. and ".-cry warranted to give perfect satisfaction. : smithing Business ia all its various branches. Particular -

by law or this notiec will be plead in bar of their recovery 1,000" pairs Rut nrll af\". WILLIAM H. MITCHELL, I Call and tixainiiie them at D. LADDS.April Insolvent Estate Notice. : attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work,
I.t ; and all indebted to said ebtate nre I With Wool Halt, Oanaburgs end] such like nrliclcs :. E. MITCHfcLL. 21,1855. 16 |I State of Florida, ) 1! nnd to laying Axles of nil kinds of Vehicles. Tb.

1 hereby nnticJ to persons make immediate! payment to theundersigned. ; foi Plantation use, in anv q-iaatity: byD.LADD. Dat'i'tltr IJf J. II*. Jirud'jiny? Home, Ga. --- -- ------ -- ------ County of Leon. )f | shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of T. B. Bro-.
; horse shoeing.l -
ad attention to
i E. C. Gla A mfr. Rome, Ga., October 25, 1 fi:4.I : persons having claims against the Estate of kaw special given
f SEI. Newport, Oct. 18, 1W 1C ; Notice. ALl. l }Farming implements of every description done to or- H
December 13. 1S55. I Jinkins late of Leon deceased I
,
loSw : county, B. BROKAW, I
--- --------- ------- -- -- -- der. P.
. 't ; i c ;iit D ., SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac are hereby notified to present the same to the Judgeof H. B. FITJ'S.F P
Sale : Livery and Sale Stable. I and vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate I Probate, of Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee i, .
Administratr's ALL perkniii that: are decirous! of availing tbernnclvis !F Jan. 12, 1856. .IyI
I of Gadsdeu county, executor, Richard Carnocbau, on or before the first Monday in December next _
i: J. Wayles "HE! undersigned give1 i ?no- .f DH. MOdELEY'S services will find him at I
r
; BY Ju-ge of the Circu't Court <.{ the Middle i I ,- L tics, that ho !ln' purchased -( I hi'INFI RM A R Y, BROADWAY, G RIFFIN,G EORGIA. I late of Charleston, So. Gu., deceased and ask for a for payment pro rata. I GEORGIA MD FLORIDA.
dismi&eion from administration of said !
estate. D. W. GWYNN
J' I my ,
t>f the unl r.iie,1 Adminifctiat de the Livery Stable "fLl : --0-
Cirut ForiJa
JAMES E. BETTNER. i!
; fl.ifl f tit' ltate 0- John Willford deceased, I William II Newsom, in Tallaha?s,,'. togcth-i 'ih; the :I I I'aiL-iU: itriled: at $1 per day or SIC 1 per month. Judge of Probate. DR. T. J. CUR LEE ,
October 185&42
irill sell at public! SAle. before the cut Hou"c door good will of the establishment, in.I I tlia I.c i is nt.-.v FEES, in all: ca.-< .- tbe agreed up:
i jo T.Uhss) 0 Monday the lth day January t prepared to carry (Ill the bu-iiif-ss in all its branch', I taken. No case will be received into this cotublishi : Notice.SIX Practicing Dentist ,

nut t the bi hrtt l>i.Jder,the following real eeUtc I I..ftnd jroni.- the public with! g'.od aeemridtic.ns" !i iner.t unless! it !is believed on examination, that it can Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth THOMASVILLE, GA, and MONTICE1LO

; the minor and other btlr of said John Will- ; in }his line ou rwi"nable term :! be.cuied, or admit of relief. All cases ejected will I Rugs. I mouths after date. I will l present my accouuts IN MADISON FLA, and their respective and

lord are interested, to wit: The Eart half of the I RICHARD VUNDERS. !! invariably b: charged, for examination find arivice. vouchers as Admimistrator, on the estate of 1 counties. He inserts number of Artifi-
Wool adjacent
FINE LOT Brussels nod three Ply any
two
North frest quarter, and tbe West hahftf tie NorthEast j N. B-James T. Hen ing is my duly authorized] i| All letter*, to entitle them to notice, must enclose : A Also, few Wool nnJ Cotton Hugh 0. McLean, to the Hou. E. C. Love, Judge of I >ial Teeth from ONE to a FULL sette on'U>. latest

r. quarter, of Sccti"u 'l.rty: two, in Township two. agent and has entire control of the business, rgpre( i a "staizp' for the pavmpnt of postage, and bediicci i: do. and Carpeting.hue Hearth a and pieces for sale Probate, for Gudttden, County, for a final settlement 1 improved principle giving them that beautiful life-

.*- North of range two. East in the County of Ln and : seating me an fully ns if I ,vaa p"rsonally present. i ted to. W. R. MOSELEY, M. D.: Rugs Drugget, D. LADD.Newport rightat I aud apply for a discharge therefrom. ; like appearance which approaches Nature so nearly

State of FI.rla {Terms will b* made the RICHARD S.U'NUEUS.[ Griffin, Georgia. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY Admt'r.July to challenge detection by the closest observer.
Oct. 18 1856. 42 as
rl day of Salt. SOLOM AN SILLS. ; Sep. G. 18.-.. SO February 23? IS.'.G. ly-8 _, __ ___,_ I! 28. 1856. 28-6ui Persons needing Dental operations on their NATUj -

.
,4 Admr. de bonis : --
non. ---- -------- -- -- --- Administrator's Notice. j RAL Teeth and wish him to perform them can by
I Decembers, 185( 49-51 j Dissolution Co-Partnership. MILES NASH & CO. I Wines, Syrups, &c.Or.D aplyiogsoml,have them done at the following price
rt HE partnership ]heretofoi cxiiling between Juhn : 'i SIX weeks after date I will apply to the Hen. Otafd Brandy, Sparkling Cider, "I which will be found to be MUCH lower than has ever

Walter Gwynn JL F. Broome nnd Robert Heir in the weirjhin:, storage I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. of Probate of Leon county, for letters of I Port, Old Port Juice, been offered in this section of country be/or/ to-wit:

and selling cotton business ii thi (div ch -.JI\'e.1 I received fiom New York per bark It. II. Camp administration upou the estate of John W. Townsend, Madeira, Braudy Cherries, I!1 For filling teeth wjth Gold Foil $1 00,$1 50, U 00

/"VKSRS his xrvires to penwm. wishing to enter by mutual (oU l"Jt. BROOME"it HEIR. I JUST a general assortment of nilieles in our line, :i deceased, late of Leon county. I II Sherry, Sardines, | and $2 50, varying according to sIZe of cavity and

II; V7 And in l'U.. S. Land Office, by locating Land. ; August 11, 1S56.New 85 : such ns Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid I L. M. WHITE. i iI Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, I i amount of material used; Extracting teeth, in ornci.

Warrants or ot1erii. He will also' give prompt .I I White Ix-ad, Zinc and other paints. Window Glass ofbett ;, _,Nov._ 1, 1S56. 6w44Executor's ._ I Flavoring Extracts, Pears, : only 60 ccuta-out oC office. 11.I .
-- --- --- --- -- -
lli.1I
i attention t-. buiot'f nl may b intrusted to CoPartnershimp quality, Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, I His TRICK for a full upper or lower scU of U.th os

in either of the oilier offices in Capitol. Charges : (Oelatm.,London Mustard. French Brandy (very best) Notice. j jI Spanish Olives, Spices, I'u.n. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary) *
: will! h uaWc.corresponding t w-r ieco j l'frfonl.I.! oinn l r r HEIR AND.! JOHN I'. COLIiave this fur medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, Corn Starch PIckles only $6 tooth, and ptrfect satisfaction guaranteed
( IX months after date, I will < cut to the lIon. j per
Being Deputy in the State Land Ofe. h, of..l..e I. d!: ) ii.mied a co-puiter.hiip iu the business of : Inks, Quinine, Pel'mian Bin k, Fluid Extract Buehti, I. O Probate Court of Gaddden : Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, :I in instance.

.a: will make'no charge for busineM I l'pOtrtmtut : weighing storage, and selling cotton,nnd also to make 4e. lc., und a geiii-ral assortment of Popular Patent 1 and vouchers, as executor of the county estate, of my John account W. I: English Mustard, Capers, [ every Those desiring his services in any portion of the
May 17,1856. 20-ly ;"libcrul n.flCe* on cotton sent to iheir cnrc. cdic'ncs. We keep none but the best and Claret, Cocoa of country
I very Malone, deceased, nud ut the same tiuie. apply for a I above named counties, or any other section
.fe' i iI HEIR .t COLES. I hope to merit your patronage.MILES fuml dUchaigtt from the further administration of said AMES 4 LIVELY. I can upon application by letter to either of the sbovs

August 14, 165C. 33 I NASH, 4 CO. estate. THOMAS MUNROH. I January 5, 16M.Circular. I named Post Officesor otherwiserectire prompt
------ -------- ------ ---
. Georgia Military Institute, i Plantation March. .29., 1S5C.. 18 Quincy, October 11, 18M. 416mExecutor's I & Saws. I tention. _
Valuable for --- - ---- ---- -- Upright '

JMA.a.JE. ,T.A., G-A.. I Sale. Corn and Cot Crusher. ,I --- HOE & CO., and Welch & GriSTeth Circular Saws i I aKJ'&aZ i Ola:

.4.. ---p I Ii Notice. 40, 48 and 62 inch sizes, on hand and for 1 JCSGX COLE. Macon Georgia.
of the academic at this Plantntion known Cotton Land I patent Corn and Cob Crustier I lION.J. L. SrWARD.
{ first term year In : as belonging GRANGER'S sale by D. LADD I )
' THE commences on the 20th of July and THE the estateof late J hn \Y.Collen. eituated I the Agency for the sale of these eu ; THE undersigned Executor of the Inst will and New Port, 8,1855. 44 : JCDGI Lovx. }.Thomaunle a.

"i'i' ends on the 20th (.f December. The second 1 term :I ten inilrs Nmlh I East Tallahassee, is for Iml\(. Tin i prior Cob CruEitern, unequaled it is said to any iu : nt of N. N. Branch, deceased, ]late of I II i J. S. WINY, ESQ J

.;1 conmeneeo on the 20th of February, aud cuds wu the tract contains 1790 acres of first rnte land 1000 of the Co utr)'. A bt-'ck of these Crushers, will be on I Leon county,-herehr gives notice to all persons having I !I W. S. DitwoiiH Esq, '

m 20th of July. which is clenred. On the premises are negroe C:1 bins I hand early this coming Fall. Prices v"ry low, e<>nsideiing I demands against said estate to present them, properly I Burning Fluid j I C. G. FIK. Esq,

TM amount appropriated to the Institute by the : gin liowe and screw, and other usual plantation great saving in feed. $45 $55 $65 each I authenticated, within the time prescribed by law OF a superior Quality,'Joat received and fbrsale i I Messrs.W.4 J.Dunn.. f Uontieello,FU.

,. c ; Legislature Georgia, at its lart wssiou, has been :I improvements, all in good repair. There is an abun. I for these uizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. :, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery by AMES t LIVELY. :i CoLE. E. BUCUUK.Jr.

expended iu erecting additional buildings. There I, dance of good water on the place. For terms, of mile For further particulars call and examine for yourselves ; and all those indebted are requested to make Extr.payment I May 31, 1856. 23 j January 12, J85& S _
the : other information to the uliscriber in Talla so soon as a stock for a liinple arrives. immediately. JOHN D. BRANCH,
.; -will, therefore, be accommodations, at beginning or apply I I'
,. of the next term, for fifty Cadets in addit;.n to one hassee. F. R GOTTEN, Ext'r. D. LADD. October 11, 1858. 418wAdministrator's DR. R. N. GARDNER, I .ATYtes db XdvelyTALLAUASSEE

. )j hundred and thirty the present number.a.q j Aug, CO, 185C. 35 Newport, July 5, 185. 27 i I.- I I II OFFERS his professional services to the citizens FLORIDA,
ntndieer and of instruction I' -- ---- --- !
The course systems Sale. I and surrounding country. Officeat I Retail Dealer ia .J
\.5 modelled after the West Point I IJ Wkolesale aid
.discipline are pan Administrator's Notice. Centreville.
.
. _'-the purpose being to insure to a young man a tboron&hly II I Tax Collector's Sale. I BY virtue of au order from the Hon. Judge cf Pro Sep. 20, 1856. 88TaxCollector's 1& DRUGS AND MEDICIBES. JI
:: scientific and practical educatiou, to months after date I-will exhibit Accounts : for Leon county will be sold on Monday,
. "1- develop Y virtue of l he authority En me vested by ]law. I I SIX my Dyestuffi, Surgical Ir strum.ntk
...4', biB physical strength, nnd to teach him to be punctual B.i.ivjil exp 'se for sale nt the town of Ri'ileysville, !vouchers( to the Judge of Probate of tads- I the 8th of Decombcr next beforo the Conrt-hou&o I Perfumery Snuff Windows Glass, Paio"

.I k- iiyitteraitic industrious, and economical in his hub in the county of Liberty, within legal hours, on the den county, as administrator, in light of my wife, of I door in Tallahassee the following land, to wit: The Sale. I Sricea.Vanishes, Manufactured Tobacco

i! its. : first Monday in February.: 18S7. all the Lur's in said ,i tbe estate of John Jngrnm Into of said county deceased W half of N W' quarter of Section 25, in Township be sold before the Court House door, in I Oils and Glass Ware Putty Patent Medicines,
The consists of six professors all of them and for final eettlemeut and discharge 2, Range 1, N and E, belonging] to the estate of John WILL
:t. Faculty ( county known as Foibes r lcll'llI' assessed as the I apply a I town of Levyville. on tho first Monday in I Fine Tooth, Pure Wine tad ,"
!.'. ; southern men.) The Superintendent. and Ue: Commandant property of the Trustees of the AjMhtchicola! Land from the administration of laid estate. I. Judge deceased, and to 1)6 sold for payment of debts. February next the following land, to wit: the S W 1 II Fine and Soaps Hair Brushes J dicnial purpes,

.. ,*J 'are graduates of the U. S. Military Academy C mpany. or so much thereof nil may be sufficient to LEWIS D. JONES, Adm'r. I Terms on day of sale. of section 18, township 11. range 14. levied upon as Paint Brushes, FatiJ ArticI.

!:" l at.Wet Point pay the State and County Taxes assessed thereon for In right of his wife. !1 EDWARD BRADFORD, ? Adm''I. tbA property of Charles Byrnes, and sold to satisfythe I Garden Seeds Fin Havana s.pn.i

.1 : Expense, for board tuition, fuel, lights and wnillin the year 1656, together with the costs aud expenses S'-pt. 13. 18.i6. S7-6m R. H. BRADFORD j State, County end Road tax. Terms cash. i They hare Meetly received a Lag 'endwppy TraIi
f1 term, th advance, $112 60 --- I I November 8, IS56. 455w"NOTICE. byI
per of sale. WM. 0. ROBISON, I JOSEPH F. PREVATT.Oct. i of variety of articles usually kdruggi .'
:.; .Expenses Surgeon fee per annum,. 8600 ;I I fax Collector, Liberty Co. The Union Bank of Florida, 25 43 Sh'ff and ex officio Tax Collector. I lsl&every Planters and PbjskiaM will a1iJS .

-.t For further particular or fur copy of the Regulations : Oct..18i ' '. 4 of UI.ll1Jtitutelprl1tQ c)l. A, V. Bar*- I } Circular Saw Mill Agency. '
,. P. Allison and Id Chancery. demand on the most liberal terms .
months after date the undersigned administra
, '>r,.6up. rinlcudeijl U A.J.JI ANSELL, I I others. SIX undersigned has the for the sale of ( the pmpyofllleci$214Mt
Country
-- : on the estate of James Holderness, deceased, agency Orders toni
Board 'fr.itett Removal of Indians THE
Se. of (
b \:. -,,- 49-8m o i IT appearing to the Court, by affidavit mad this late of Leon county, will file her accountand Touch Herrick Improved Circular Saw Mills. tioo guaranteed with regard both priceS and qti

//f -':. "D- cembr. C, 1858. ,I. f 11HE War Department having authorized a per case, that the above named defendant. Smallwood ers, and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon connty consisting of three ',izea for 4t,'48 aid 52 or 64 inch '-. PbIsiciaD' presaiptino'arrfaDy conpooded.

i ") JL capita reward tor-I i vine; Indian*, who may be P. Allison, resides out of the State of Florida ami in for n diaehare from said administration. Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the beet irius, Also Eppm 'i eomptxmd ftdd Extract of PC

.: ". Sale.TJLI iptored t>r induced to come in (or cmlgratiou, premiums the United States: It is ordered and decreed that the ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS,.Admt'x. having several improvements over the M Page or any Jan 5. 18510s _

:'" be ,old to thehlgbe tbid'ler.oa the fourth for h'Mile.Indians delivered In the Commanding said.Smallwood P. Allison do appear and plead or Nov. 8. J 1866. 45-6m other Patent in cse. The cost is about $300 fS60, '

:4 i : 1; ',"/' / of Jsuoary next, at the Town.of Alii- OfiRcei8t Fort Brooke, Fort Myers, Fort Onpron or answer tho bill of complainant filed in this cause, and |450 for various sixes, according to extra carriage, -I TaxColleotor' Sale : ,
/
:i.. Monday Florida, will be the under. within four months from the date of I he publicationof &45. For further particulars apply to hdi
South
jCt 4 gat9r. 'Columbia County, -Florida all the Negroes Fort Dallas paid by Adndnistrators.Notice.: be sold be&ra aLe Court.boos* door
this order.'or; the said bill of complaint will be WILL
: DANIEL LADD.
,
rates
.t: "14ndtherp'cIty of John W. Lowe;deceased, signed at the following : otHootieeUo. OD"tM n& M0J.
: 11'1 encsTs'lirte'of four Valuable! Negroes, 800 ncresjof land For ub..nrT ,rliTiDp.o. f!rot> $500, taken for"ooorfMed against bird. And it ia further SIX mouihs aftetdata I shill present my accounts Newport, FU November J. BW. 44 net. fu1Jp-.int Land to-witn. 8 .fl
rA woman u ;. . 160'to -300, I ordered, that this order be ataooce a week, in .vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for January tiIcd 11btIP.S1f'--
; -
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lyingrtfjuttifWiite Si rin iu corinty/1 CftbeSESept. 1 T lblp'
i r: > | a printed in TUhi* ribr tie of Leon the administrator of the estate'of R. ,
-1 'lnn2-faf Coliimuus.in Colombia..conuty. boy over ton years living. 100 t. 20.( i newspaper epa.ce County, as .For Sale Eo' -Lmv1.dnposaIb.prpdy! .flii4'
t -4 aer {infirm and four month 8. Hay ward,deceased, and ask fur a final discharge -
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J ": TERM xaaeknovn on thdsyoTial4i4 ; ; I Passed in open Court tbia3d Oct.1856J. from administration, ACES of SAL, chwo for cub. atd soldto tha 8tats and
STEWART 4 for these D t less than abot. 300 Tax 'Alet !
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F.xt'r!. U.S. A. WAYLES BAKER, Jed_ THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r. _
JA lh'i) i. JONT.S" f fExecutor's JOHN CASEY, Captain ISi3. !'l, 1886. i4'
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