The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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INDIAN AFFAIRS. It is not enough to pay. ror the service performed. This however, From Oca Carter to Lieut S. Ft Kendrick. tier, say one third of each ,company for. local protection i bar

would render material assistance. But the people should be reimbursed SPECIAL AGEJCCT, Stite of Florida, l directed the appointment of a competent individual from etehleooi .

Gen. Carter to GOT. Broome. for supplies fur.iisned the troops in service, and it should Le Tampa, March 24th, '1855. S pany to keep a record of marks and brand, with probable age aaiweight'of .

SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) done without delay. This would afford at least temporary relief.erst SIR-You will! visit Hernando County, without delay, and par' all cattle taken for their use while in the field, so that the

Tampa, March 10th, 1856. j jStR ; there is no probability an immediate assumption by the Fed chase on the faith of the State of Florida/for the use of the Volunteers owners"may be paid. This order will greatly stimulate the troops,

-I bare the honor to report that Captain L. G. Lesley's com- Government for service, and supplies furnished, permit me to in the service of the State commanded by Captain Francis M- and if properly supplied would make a favorable report soon..
Volunteers will be suggest the necessity of immediate effort on your part to raise fromthe Respectfully ub'dt seiVt, 1
of Mounted mustered into the service of the Durrance, any quantity of corn you may be able to procure, not exceeding I your '
and will be resources of the State, sufficient means toHncet the outlay for thefirst JESSE CARTER;
inst i
lute on the immediately placed Qn PeaseCreek one thousand bushels at rates liberal and equitable-in no
at the point indicated in my communication of the 29th ult. two months !l'n'lce. To disband the State troops without pay, case to exceed: one dollar and fifty cents per bushel-and at points I, Special ApL

Covering the frontier line of Manatee county-the importance of would l be to consume their substance, abuse their services, and turn moat convenient to the head quarters of the said company. I His Excellency,
them .
which is fully shown by the late attack at Sara Sota, and in the fact out upon public chanty. You will procure the service of teams to transport the corn pur JAMES E. BKOOXE, ;

thst the Manatee settlement is on the point of being abandoned in a Hoping soon to hear from you on this subject, i chased at liberal rates, not exceeding that heretofore expressed to Tallahassee. FlaT .;,
I have
few days-this movement, however, will give confidence and protec- honor p'to be I yon, and report your proceeding's herein as soon as practicable.By *.* *' -

;f Very respectfully, authority of the Governor, From Oen. c Carter to Cap parr.Dee. d
The impossibility of supplying this command from the resources Your ob'dt l'eryJt.JES JESSE CARTER, . '[cow.] I

interior induced me to make an appeal to the merchants of i E CARTER, Special Agent. J'I !
Of f the SrKCIAL AOXXCY: STATE Of FJ.Oam l i
Special Agent. .
this place, in a general! inte'rview.this evening, who have responded 11 His Excellency, J Lieut. S. F. KKNDBICK, I TAMPA April 5th, 1856. $
proposition to sustain the command thirty days. This I Q. M. Co., No. 3, Fla. Vol.. 1
in a patriotic j JAMBS'E. BROOMK, Six-Reliable information has been received this office of
at an I .
which gives time for the interposition of I Fort Frazier, Florida.
I required, authority :
wsitQ your % I
Tallahassee Fla. attack the Indians the
for them. This by on premises of Dr. Braden,Manatee, on
make provision will involve I
to arrangement the night of the lit inst several and moles. 1 1
carrying negroes
-81500 which I have
given I I
M expenditure assurances Gen. Carter to Gov. Broome, From Gen. Carter to Capt. W. H. Kendrick. They are reported 11 be in two or three parties, retreating in the direction .

trill; be promptly met by with you.the State These and merchants! have not the ability Si-EciA-L AGENCY, State of Florida, ) I SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, of House Creek, with the view evidently of crossing Peas
business most, or all of them hold
time ,
to do a Tampa, March 15th, 1856. \ Tampa, March 24, 1856. ''I Creek in that region.
services and
issued for military supplies furnished in 1849 I
State scrip failed redeem SI1l-Capt. Jernigan's'Coinpany of Mounted Volunteers was mustered SIR-I have to require from your command 20 men under a com- You will order a detachment of 15 men from your company immediately t
State has to or provide for which
which the the credit of the State, not in this greatly but into the service of the United States at Fort Gatlin on the 10th rnisioned officer to join similar detachments from the companies of if in your judgment they can be spared from your post of

depreciates the country.r.l1us fact furnishes only a community barrier in the inst., by Capt. Gibson, U. S. A., to the officers of which I have delivered Captains Johnston and Durrance, at Fort Arbuckle on the 3d day of frontier, and dispatch them down Pease Creek at discretion, report t
throughout great next with subsistence and for 16 return of the detachment.
commissions No. 6. April forage days. your proceedings on
supplies here on the faith of the State. I ,
way procuring This muster fills the requisition from the War Department for You will direct your officers to report to Capt. Francis M. Dur Respectfully, your ob'dt Ie"'t, ,
most earnestly, to place in funds immediately
lhave to for request the liquidation you of this purchase. The me supplies will be- three mounted companies authorized and designated in your instruc- rance, who will command this expedition on the Kissimme, Estopogaand JESSE CARTER, 1 i

tions to mo of the 4th nit I Okeechobee.A Special Agent State of Fls.Capt 1

famished fit the merchants this aid.cash prices, and I hope they will not bepermitted The foot company under Capt. Turner is about full and I haveauthorised I forage team will accompany your detachment to assist in transporting FJU was :M. DUBHANCE: .-

to suffer by Capt. James P. McMullen to raise the second foot com their supplies.By Fort Frazier, Florida. I t

Hoping to hear from you on this subject at your earliest convcn- pany authorized, which will soon be ready for service. I I authority of tho Governor, 1

lenee, will be in JESSE CARTER .
two detachments ,
Jernigan's one
Captain company operating
I am, respectfully, I Gen. Carter to Capt. A. D.Jobation
East of St Johns River, and the other "rest-cooperating Special Agent .
Your ob't '
servant, I [COpy.]
with Captain Johnson's command. dipt.' \V. II. KENDRICK, I ;
JESSE CARTER, This completes the line of frontier protection. I Com'dg Co. Mo. Vols. SPECIAL AGENCY STATE OF FLOKIDA, )

Special Agent, State of Florida. I }have the honor to be, I Fort Broome, Fla. TAKPA, April 5th, 1856. \S'I I 1

HU Excellency JAKES. E. BHOOME, Very respectfully, your ob't svt, I SIK-Reliable information has beers received at this office of an t

Tallahassee, Florida. JESSE CARTER From Gen. Carter to Capt. Abner D. Johnston. attack by the Indians on the premises of Dr. Braden, Manatee, on ,

Special Agent, State of Florida. I SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, l the night of the 1st jnst, carrying away several negroes and mules. .f 1

From.Gen. Carter to John lx!. Price. I i His Excellency JAMES E. BROOMS, Tampa; March 24, 1856. They are reported to be in two or three parties, retreating in the ,*

[COPY.] i Tallahassee, Florida. I IGell. 1 direction of Pease Creek, neat the coast Capta. Lesley and Addison I i I:
Sin-i have to require from JCpur command 20 men under a com are in pursuit, and I hope will overtake and chastise them. I \ .
FORE BLOUNT, Florida, ) i missioned officer to join similar detachments from the companiesof deem it to admonish be I
Carter to Dr. Elisha Carter. proper you to vigilant in scouting duty on
March 12, 1856. $ Kendrick and Durrance, at Fort Arbuckle on the [ 1 I
Captains the frontier, as they design attack the settlements
SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) may an on at ,.
Sis You are hereby appointed assistant surgeon for the troopsin Tampa, March 18, 1856. \ 3d day of April, with subsistence and forage for 16 days. You other points. .
the State) of Florida. attached to the of will direct officer to to Capt. Francis M. Durrance, who
the service: of : company Assistant. for the your report By authority of the Governor, i
mounted volunteers, commanded by Capt. Leroy G. Lesley, with the SIR the-service You are of the hereby State appointed of Florida, attached Surgeon to the company troopsin of will command this expedition on the Kissimee, Estopoga and Okee- JESSE CARTER. I 11 11'J'

rank of first Lieut., to date from this date. Mounted Volunteers commanded by Capt. William H. Kendrick, chobee. Special Agent State of Florida.Capt 1
with the duty of attending the company above You will direct a forage team to accompany this command to assist ,
with the rank of First Lieutenant, to date from the first day of January : I
of assistant Surgeon and it is expected in transporting their supplies.By '
designated in the capacity 1856. You are charged with the duty of attending the company Fort Carter, Honda.
the thereof. I II authority of the Governor,
in discharge
will be vigilant
TOO above designated in the capacity of Assistant Surgeon, and it l

By authority of the Governor, JESSE, CARTER, I is expected you will be vigilant and faithful in the discharge thereof. I II JESSE Special CARTER Agent, I From Gm.Carter to Capt Win.H.Kendrick !

order of the Governor. I t
By [COpy.]

Joit!i 1. PRICE, M. D., Special Agent, State of Florida. Com'dg Co. Mo. Vols., Ft. Carter, Fla. SPECIAL AGXXCY STATX OF FLORIDA, l

Fort Blount, Fla. 'I, TAMPA, April 5th,. 1850. S SI
From Oeii. Garter to Capt.F.M. Durrance. SIR-Reliable information has bee.nxer.J ** iLia .m ee or as 1
Fort Brooke, Florida. i il'rom I ....... i.j4i.... luuiauo vu uiv premises of Dr. Braden, Manatee, on
riviMn, >
Gen. Carter to Capt. G. L Lealey.corr. SPECIAL AGENCY. Oi+niw of
[ .] Gen. Carter to JoLu 1;. Eieliellreer.;! !, Tampa, March 25th, 1856. $ the night of the first inst, carrying away several negroes and mules.

t-tvntx 5 :SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) SIR-I am in recept: of your communication of the 23d inst., and They are reported to be in two or three parties, retreating in the
( direction of Pease Creek the
near coast and Addi
March 12, 1856. Tampa, March;\ 18, 185C.) i in reply, deem it necessary to scour the cou,.try in the region of Capts. Lesley
son are in pursuit, and I hope will overtake and chastise them. I
12 16 at Fort Blount Sin---- You are hereby appointed assistant surgeon for the troops in i Kissimee thoroughly, and for that purpose have instructed Captains
of to admonish be
SIR-You will place' a detachment men : deem it proper to you to vigilant in scouting duty on
with its and the service of the State of Florida, attached to the company of mounted Johnston and Kendrick, each, to furnish a detachment of 20 m n,
under commissioned officer, charged protection the frontier, as they may design an attack on the settlements at
a the frontier, and will move forthwith volunteers commanded by Capt. Abner D. Johnston, with the I under a commissioned officer, with 16 days' supplies, to meet you at other
the of scouting duty on points.
performance the remainder of your company to the frontier settlements on rank of first Lieutenant, to date from the 26th day of February, I; Fort Arbuckle on the 3rd day of April next You will detail from I By authority of the Governor, t .
and with 16 and
20 men, days' supplies a
detachment of 10 to 15 men in the 1856. your company company JESSE
the and after a
Alafia of Alafia bridge, under a non-commissioned officer, proceed I You are charged \\ith the duty of attending the company designated team, proceed to Fort Arbuckle on the 3rd day of April next, and Special Agent of Florida. l

with vicinity all possible despatch to scour the country from that point via above in the capacity of assistant! surgeon, and it i is expectedyou I assume command of the detashments! above named. Capt ,,"x. II. KENDBICK, Fort Broome, Ha. '
where will select a suitable will be vigilant and faithful in the discharge thereof. I You will make a thorough reconnoisance of the country from
Manatee Miaki, to Pease you -
tho Bv authority of the Governor, I Fort Gardner, Tohopekaliga, Istopoga, Kissimee, Okeechobee, Car-
point for your company head-quarters, as near coast as practica JESSE CARTER, loosahatcbee, below Fort Denaud, and, if necessary, cross the Kis From Gen. Carter to GOT.Broome. r
shedsor r
You will erect suitable
bee, covering the Manatee settlements. the result of return. SPXCIAL A State of Florida M
scouts Special Agent. simee, and report your expedition OJ: your XWCY, l
block: house to secure your supplies, and keep out regular with Indians while out, will kill or Tampa April 5th 1856. r
deem I JOHN B. EICHELBERGER, M. D., Should you meet you capture S
above on the creek, and in such other directions as you may and will all I have the honor to the this ,
discretion destroy or SIB of
of this and I Ocala, Florida. I II them at your you property grow- report reception morning reliable
advisable. You will be vigilant in the performance duty, : ing crops belonging to them. information of an attack on the premises of Dr. Braden,-Man-
report to me your progress as often as practicable. I From Gen. Carter to Gov. Broome. Bv authority of the Governor, atee. by the Indians on the night of the 1st inst.

Bv authority.. of the Governor, CARTER SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) JESSE CARTER, They were repulsed, carrying with them several negroes and mules.

JESSE Tampa, March 1st, 1856. ) Sp'l Agt. of the State of Fla. They are reported to be in several parties. Capt. Addison with 13 '

Special Agent. SIR-I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your com I i Capt. FRANCIS M. DCRRANCE, men is upon the trail in pursuit of the party with the negroes and I + .

Ctpt L G. LBELET, munication of the 18th ult., and in reply have to,ay that 1 have this : Com'dg Conip'y Mounted Volts; mules, and Capt. Lesley in pursuit of another party on Miaki. I

Com'dg Co. mounted Y oIs., : day tendered to Col.! Munroe, commanding troops in Florida, a detachment 1 Fort Frazier, Fla. hope to have a favorable account of them. 4 '
Fort Blount Florida. or part of a company of foot Volunteers under Capt. Richard \ I leave at 2 P. M., today for Manatee. Capt. Gibson, U. 8. A., .

B. Turner, which have been recognized and instructed to fill tip From Gen. Carter to Capt L. G. Lesley. accompanies me for the purpose of mustering a detachment at Man 1

.* From Gen. Carter to Gilbert L. Key. to the full standard of a company, when they will ho mustered into !I SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, l 'I atee, as a part of Capt Turner's Company, in the service of the U. ,

FOKT FRAZIER, Florida, ? the service of the United States as one of the companies authorizedby I'I March 26th, 1856.SIRleaving 5 S. Col. :Munroe has ordered Lieut Hart, with a detachment of ,

March 13, 1856. ] I hope this company will soon be full, and am engaged in :r Capt Turner's! Company, to Manatee for a short time. t ,
vou. i received assurances, since your departure for Charlotte the State to and have ordered detachment '
of foot authorized.You notify troops a
Sit You for the troops effort to raise the second company t
are hereby appointed Assistant Surgeon an that teams be employed at Manatee to
i Harbor may transport
be down
blank commissions fcr the foot from Capt Company to sent Pease Creek.to intercept -
transmit to
b the service of the State of Florida, attached to the company of will please me command at within the
that point
from point
your any
supplies and in
the Mounted them if possible, to act co-operation with Capts. Lesley
of companies.I
mounted Frarcis M. Durrance, in the case
volunteers commanded by Captain Companies, as I of country designated as the field of your operations, I am
region and Addison.I
with the rank of First Lieutenant, to date from the 21st day of February enclose herewith an account of a recent assault by tho Indians satisfied that can be supplied by way Manatee: with much f '
of you I fully on return.Re.pectfaUy i
Charlotte Harbor, as detailed in the I \ report more my
18 6. the Coast at
the State and
on facility and smaller cost to can at the same '
: ob dt rt
your Set> ,
You are charged with the duty of attending the company above this date. : time afford the same protection to the frontier. You will, therefore JESSE CARTER. ]

designated in the capacity of assistant surgeon, and it i il expectedyou Very respectfully Your ob'dt, serv't, upon receipt of this, fall back to Addison's or Oglesby's place Special Agent. '
will be1gI.ant and faithful in the thereof. : and establish
discharge JESSE CARTER on Miaki, or in that vicinity, your company His Excellency, .
By authority of the Governor. Special Agent., I You are charged specially with the protection of the frontier of JAMES E. BBOOXB, I '

JESSE CARTER, Manatee county, and will employ competent scouts daily from Sarasota Tallahassee, Fla I t #

Special Agent.GOBEKT His Excellency, 'I )o Charlotte Harbor, the Miaki branches of Manatee and t I

L. KEY, M.( D., JAMB E. BHOOME, i Alafia, co-operating with Capt. Hooker's scouts on Pease Creek, and I From Gen. Carter to GOT.Broom I t

Fort Frazier, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. I proceedings to this office as often as practicable. Consult .1
report your : [COPT.]
-- I with Capt. Snell as to the best pont for a company station.
Franklin Branch of the Governor SPECIAL AOEJJCT, STATE or FLOBIDA.{ i I
From Gen. Carter to : i By authority ,
Gen Carter-to Go,. Broome.SPECIAL SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida I I. JESSE CARTER, TAMPA, April l 12. 1856. (

AGE: CT', State of Florida, ? Tampa, March 22, 1856. y Sp'l Agt. of the State of Fla. SIB-I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your communication *

Tampa, March 14th, 1850. S\ of the 18th ult, received on the 9th just, and. in

Bnt-I have just returned from the frontier, Blount's Station, SIR-I am in receipt of your communication of the 19th and in Capt. L. G. LESLEY, Mounted Vol'trs, dience to your instructions, have countermanded that part of my I

Pease Creek, where I inspected and mustered into the service of tho have to state that I have no means within my control, otherreply I Com'dg Comp Charlotte Harbor Fla. der to the State troops of the 29th February last as relates to obe'I 1'I t
State, on the 12th inst., the company of Mounted Volunteers commanded than the credit of the State of Florida, with which to sustain troopsat I character of the service required. I regret that 1 should have I'
which I tho reach of the immediate resources of the I P. S. Bishop will take your supplies to Manatee at reasonablerates. '
by Capt Leroy G. Lesley, commissioned No. 7, any point beyond construed your views on that point, as the order was based

the pleasure in reporting as very efficient, both in men and horses. conntrv Those now on the line of frontier are wholly dependant I impressions resulting from an interview with you in the Executive i tofce
limmedUtely disposed of this command ''as follows, via: A deix&ment upon the resources of the country immed.atelywithin .on the 4th of February last Your expression of anxiety to I

of about 15 men at Fort Blount, under Lieutenant Parker; the vicinity of the their operations, an sudppl.es on I From Gfu. Carter to 00,. Broome. maintain the present line of settlement and to protect the frontier f t r

tottther of about 12 men in the vicinity of Alafia Bridge, under, the lino of Hillsborough are now about exbausted limited My an-to I [COPT.] inhabitants! induced me to view the cultivation of provision'erupt as i i

commissioned remainder of the under muster troops f for the State's service is strictly an important feature in the system of frontier support That
officer, and the company thority to each. I at SPECIAL AGENCY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, ) portion I ..
Capt. Fort Blount via Alans, designated with a fixed standard of 88 men of the however thus far engaged under the order bar*
Lesley, .to scour the country from TAMPA, March. 25th.. IRfifi. ( troops, .
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Etnat.e, Miaki to Charlotte Harbor, and to establish a station on tended at Fort Meade by appointment on tho 21st: February would have, to SIR-I Kayo the honor to report that the Indiana have committedno I been serving at intervals, have been at all times ready when warned I

Pbls Creek, at a practicable point near the coast muster troops for the State's service, when Capt. Lesley buts depredations on the frontier since my last report Frontier and have at the same time furnished protection to life and property.

This mortuncnt I trust will quiet the excitement prevailing in the been mustered for service on the frontier of Manatee. lie filled County,and scouts report! signs in the vicinity of Pease Creek, Istopoga Lake Besides, in the disposition of the State troops, t have been com

taut emenb at Manatee and Alafia since the attack at Sara Sots and company not being full, could not mustered. him up with and Miaki. I have placed Capt Lesley's command on Miaki, in pelled to have reference to the facilities within -i control'to supply

Ifcd uard! will render ample! protection.I was mustered on the 12th inst, when I immediately placed the vicinity of Charlotte Harbor, and feel assured he will clear them them. Being wholly dependent upon pnrchsftes ftom the county i
of 50 efficient men, Pease Creek near the coast, coveringthe the faith of the State, I could not dispose of them at
have the honor to a command made with the from that region. I have ordered an expedition 'under Capt Durranee upon 1 points on
Respectfully! your ob't svt, frontier of Manatee County, under an arrangement composed of detachments from his and the companies of the Gulf and Atlantic, remote from*the'resources of the interior with
JESSE CARTER, here to sustain him at that point thirty. days, in which the limited means of transportation.
merchant immediate Kondrick and Johnston, to rendezvous at Fort Arbuckle on )
Capts. "-
< State of Florida. I could report to the Governor the necessity an for 16 with instructions i Respectfully, ob'dt earl
Special Agent, time I have been informed that a de- the 3rd proximo, with supplies days, to your ,
Hk Excellency Jam E. Bfcooxx: for hiV further support. stationedat thoroughly the Kissimee, Okeechobee, Istopoga, Tohopkaliga JESSE CARTER Spcisl AgC ,
Kent 10 from Cant Hooker's Company, are scour His JAMES E. Bxeovs Tallahi.... .
Tallahassee, Florida. of men shall Carloosahatchee, and to kill or capture the enemy and to destroy Excellency :, ,
..... the of me .
and ten men you require
Fort Hamer Manatee ; his wherever found. 1 hope, on,their return, to give '
shall be- supplied property
that that they
'lie assurance ? of them.Respectfully. From sea tfiaetesr G.T.Broom* '. ;
Frump Oco. Outer to Oov.Broome. SeresoBroesofthe community there. Tins assurance is ne.cessary you a favorable report .1'1'
from your ob'dt Set.'t, [COPT.] "fj .?*.:
SreciAL AUSSCT, State,.of Florida, ) cannot be supplied at that point I have '
HareK 15,1856 j All without it they deUchmentStlocal JESSE CARTER, Sp. Agt. SWIAI: ABXHCT ,State of Florid
*. Tampa; Governor the neces tyof recognizing a \ *.
? the Tallahassee.
the bluibitants to main. to of the inhabitants there, and Hi xeenency) JAMES E. BROOKE, Tampaa'I I2th, 1 38.wry
composed .
.1"Iaf-W.hile eneouragiog Manatee r
: :
at '
oa-the frontier: service Six-4 have the honor to acknowledge
bill cropsI have made them. I have no doubt this : the receipt l "
myrbtUu and muster
their position-ami to cnliirate provision authorized, will attend mnnication of the 10th of the .
jf 'which I'assure -when assured of the of theexecutive. From Gen. Carter to Girt.Broom adrfainn me ,porchaso a I' r1oar-i:
ctreamstancesi I folly .
; am
and made
,,-. th.theirsitP&n will be as Orleans $ wf ierAHI' f .
recognition for/ttofr Jafe; .
State of Florida -
commendation tad sympathy; bat line of settlement.Capt. SPECIA AGKNCY: ) :
1ao aadatscidiatc.d iq eeduL; .. nly. .. tdsef:: .*rt:.. crmnlv m: iMOPMOUa. .* sustAin the present instructed! to scour the country from Alafia Tampa, March 29, 1856. j jgIB rl dgutlsja,ttuitbotitt, my geD. ", 1 t6.ttt -t d ,.s, ,. .'
has been
i.franderf "'t .,,-- .. t- bod tjep yu mut cI .,Lesley and Miakito Charlotte Harbor, and to keep out ccniUnUWuts the honor to report that a communication from Cap.taro taehment! alp Icatee' defei'ted dlot'O-: : h I r 1Iu&lr IV* ..
1.Qe eDceDeD. ofyf nd4 i.le vla.:Manatee -] have t it indispensBbb::undereaereeno?.M stir + _
L ,. to thodafor.IO = ; q t b sudden': p from the coast, woper&ting.and meeting with those of John_C. 'Case*, U. 8. ,A. in-special dntyi; Fort Brooke, Fla., witsreceived nication Olb:Jth aJt"I'fe]>Yaed: tJ t 'mumt.o, : .
fll r-Pr.cteeungwe fi'ontIIer po Pease Creek.; I must therefore expressnio.ithat4oo.lo me thatIbarDepatta .I\A-l6L-3I --d4, 'Itlrilth "
4 pam ? !::: 'GaptfH Companion at-this office yt'terdall1srorming 0ZI.'OI r m-., .. : .. ,
te aroer+o6"t1nD c suttr r an estimate is placed Upoo4be! protection to authorised capita revard premium to be paid for It.'If U at. '
p abltcwuppU ;. :: r menthas a per "T ..- ort to lndece' Pr -
;!ce.Itarj. >eho ilezha rretastedd I-.tbe-leoMri-ti.. ... of. tjor of.Manatee County, from Captain. i._sleyHi-Command. 'In all lisig Indians captured or induced to come' in for emigration, a RM- ;wiid'' cneiyjrf.J .-a--WU'.:._ ...Lon ; G .Mt"i tilt WI.-II-"
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i"DilF"1. .a itit .atsd out;,aD. y. (f.! j:. :I. Respectfully. your ob'dt scrv't, i were issued to the State troops under this date to operate in anysection ,. .i.,'. .' '''' UiU vu.th.. .....' :.. -i.:
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.1 Of the gross',and net amount of Revenue of.the State of -............,. ._....,..-'""" "..... V. V"........,.. .... '''_J' _V' VS V ..... ; ; haVd never yet 'seated' ourselves in a. Congress ,delivered V* speech daring the of rnehIigeneer! ,) ft 4e& hladk. cove,, ;, .9P' V

: J' :floicJaforAthe.year\18< .: ',.t-..t1 : :. : :. TALLAHASSEE_ ? .J' Railroad .car,'bnt what'the' mind: Has! been pendency ot the jl.cuasl.on. in the .ofRepresentatives thaVbjoltwd) terj cr! ver and verycalju ? ..I,

(PrRLIslrb. ACCpaD/NO To ACT 0.TBE .G4II" .AsSB;. xni4.) . -P forced to contemplate the glorious, 'future of in: reference. : to the message !te.tprllad: re bjr the 'editor cgjh'V
, ..;.t- .. Saturday ::Jan. 17 1857. ,: our' country,, It excites.within us torrent. of of the President, which >bi", ben issued from II Methodist! Prmftf ? to his t delingsubscribers.
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; .. ..4' : !c :. 1 Ad r n .I. (I 'I Ltcesses.-: ..t heart fills with form iud : Wej:0py the article
nttrri 1 :__ .- .:....--. patriotic V enthusiasm. Oar Washington\ press i in pamphlet : simply fa. '
; Gro. 8. 4 Nctj. ; .t Gros; I. W'. k :(i 8..t 'J.Y t.. the amusement of our readers ,
Floridian. & Journal-Redaction of the .gratitude: at the contemplation of our great, we presume generally circulated. The Nash! : for, a, M?

.. :t .tcambitr; ; _3 2'ii : '3,068 7F 3 341 3 I I-l; 5 'uo '1 :r25'2.ll -,) Price-Cash System. glorious and free country, in which the best yule Union; ppcaking of its' merit*, says it affords Randolph used to say of f his consthaentj? .;
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- Santa Rost'".,.." I....%881 Z67'2 18 22 21 53' 455 00 43"2 25 The proprietor of this paper, desirous of extending i j&of- constantly centre. With of the and have the best and noblest set of iD
, .j \\alt n; '. :81.:4: 77 . . ;.I.I .....4! . ... . I' the sphere of its usefulness by cheapening! its cost to i another illustration! ability : ihat Hood ribi'ra
., .: :l \\uhmgton, 1,13801 1O2473, .. . .. . .. . . subscribers, and at the same! tinns to secure himself us, the term our Country" combines those I ready tact of Mr.I SMITII in debate. lie always !. eyer redand'susUTntd.'a.. pibl

. IJoInies, ....., .I3U0.. 10 : 301c 121.. h . . .1. e e S I. . from serious losses incidental to the credit system, "recollections! of the pat! t, those joys of the marches straight up 10 the question be journal. They therefore, ns a bod?:nrfd '0

:: ; JAckson 8,944 46., _8,5.14 2-79 2 54 00 51 30 i has concluded to adopt the present, and hopes of the future, which strike 1 is discussing, and upon all occasions! renders such! ingenious hint, but should there lit

:b Calhoun, 94673 84600 I . . .. . S . I found here nnd thira an
. ,I..I. home to man's heart mid dull indeed 1oFitiO1S andhis arguments exceptionable
1 his impregnable,
CASH SYSTEMvith every { moro h V
Franklin 2991 04 2,759 ,07 245 8 283 380
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" ';.1t t Gadsden, 4,88.1;, ,447 41 . . . .SUI. .,t 46 18 44 18 \ all those subscribers who retide out of the St.te must be the heart that 'can resist them ; ;dull I more conclusive, when interrupted is at liberty to cDidertha? UuwaUwan* :Ja;

I .rt: Libe1ly, '; .. &78..0& 78'2 54 . . I .. S .1. S S I S I . S of Florida, accompanied by redaction ia the price Indeed, must bo the mind from which no impulse and questioned by his atlversades.!' :Mr. SMITH .peal addressed' to himself

= Leon, : 14257 45 13ts7 31" 230 25 216 75.., 294 00 279 30 of the paper. Under the system thus instituted, this comes.forth at the thought of country I has been but four years in Congress!' ycHie I Should jou'ftsk' u a 'whfffiis dunnrojr ....

\Vakulk; 2,488 32 2,298 I 44 05 41 2 00 20 00 paper 'Will be furnished our subscribers out of the 'ad home' national reputation t Why lhee!ad complaints ind murmur,
291 has acquired a '
':: Jefferson 07 13' 98 13 355 00 25 already Murmurs loud about delinquent
; : 9,124 8,741' State, at f 2 per annum in advance. This class of I I
" V. Madison, V 7,218 731 6,784 lii! . ... .I. . 288 00 27360 our subscribers will be allowed until] the 20th of February I But how long since was it when our country : seldom attained after years of hard! service Who R.aid have what read they the have paper weekly.

; Hamilton, j ..2H 2,230 10 r . . . . 200 50 100 18 next, to make payment for the present year, seem divided into three hostile camps, and in the field (,f politic! In :addi'ion, to thi, Read with pleasure and never with paid profit for,

: Columbu4B a 63 4,555' 57 19. 13 18 J8il; 252 25 239 G4 I and those! failing to do so will cease to receivent. 1 the voice of party} feeling was loud and fiercein 'I ho i is one of the most useful! members of Con I II llend of chnrrh affairs/ abd! pro pret> V

; '.;L Alacbua, 1 6,2:23: 34 5,913 88 38 92 3G 800 00 760 00 I The paper will be furnished our Florida! sub'cribers its denunciations ?JVIany kindred friends of When we say uvrfiit/ !, we mean it, in I Read of news both home and fureitrn'

. D41va1 4,44942 ,4,180 94\ . . . . . . . . I in I gress. Read the essays and the poenn.
1 at $2 per annum advance, or $3 at the end of the [ freedom throughout world have been on tho the 'ensh'e of that word I Full of wisdom and instruction
!\nssau, 1,23245 1,1135I: !\. . . . . . .\ . . them i i most l' signification : } ;; .
allowing two months from the date of Road Uie taMe of the
-:'l 81. Johns, 1,579 02 1,425 22 102 .101' U7 34 38 50 6 58 year of expiration : anxious look out,and when they witnessed that I! Useful tolhis country, to his ronsliliUMi'F' to Car.fcl1Y'COTTeeUd, markeU, .
subscription, in which to make an advance weekly-
. Putnam, 1,46283 1,33007 .. .. . . 2500 2375.l payment. These term will be adheied to rigi I melancholy pictuie, they were astonished! and I his State and to his party. Should you sk' oa why this dunning,

q Ornige, 355 :35 :97 361 .. . . . . . . . The political character cf the Floridian d IY-1 excla'ined, doubtless, that the country under There are hut fow members of CongrtsaI II We should,answer, we should tell you, V

olusla, 7aO 4. 581> . .. . . . . . . whose intended take shelter i I From the printer, fiom th. mailer*
001 is well understood. It will continue to advocate wings they to I who could not be better spared I than U r. SMITH FromTlie kind old
, 1;,t Marion, 5,163 33 475 ... . . . 276 50 262 68 paper-maker,
, f Sumpter, I Noreturn. '\oreturn4 . . . . .!I 88 00 83 60I I Democratic principles, independently( of all cliques was about to be rent asunder. They thoughtthat i and we sincerely trust that his services wifj From From the the landlord man who, from taxes the letters"carrier. *

I i Levy, 70S 38 622 . . . . . ,. a i looking only to the integrity and permanent success I the result of a struggle between the North : not ht lost during the impoitant period of the With a stamp l'mom Uncle: Samuel

, -.. Herna"do, 1,770 8Sr. 1,627 2711 .. .\\.1.1 80 .1. 7600 | of the Democratic party. We solicit those who are ,and the South would be a breaking np of f the next' Congress. The country requires thoi I Uncle Sam the rowdies call him ;

.t Hilisborough, 1:830 1,6752111 26 76. . . .... i I pleased with our paper not only to continue their I Union; ; and we have no doubt they asked services" of such after the crisis From them all there comes a message, V
i just men, kind V
i Message but
.. . . owu subscriptions, but also to aid in extending our I I III firmly spok tJ.
::: lanatec, No return . . who is Please to
Monroe, :,932 75 Noreturn.\\ 582 07\ 552 .1.\\ 1,052-60 circulation by getting up clubs in their vicinity. I!j to uphold the cause of freedom, and j I through which we have pnssed: and the State Sad: it is to pay hear ns what such you owe u,."
.. : who i i. to check mcuage
Brevard, I No return. Norcturn.\ . . . . . . a . -- - I our despots when. thoy exultingly L a representative upon whose zeal, ability and! When our funds are all exhausted;

ii Dade, I . . . . . .4. .. The Courts. II I shout, down with liberty and Up II integrity she may always: rely. We do not When the Jut bank note baa left 1I8.. ,
_\ The, Supreme Court of Florida is in : with When the gold coin all baa: ranbLed.
1 mJtm27035 now I despotism. But these_friend ol free know what are the views of Mr. SMITH: in Gone to the ker.
; 93 pay
: $97,946 461 $1,332 29 81,2637 86.183 5,875 06 session in this place. Present Ballzell I dom in distant I ptlper.rn
: of the
parts world, whose feeble reference t to the next Congress!! but we doubt Gone to pay the toiling printer,

. T. \V. BREVARD, Comptroller.STATEMENT Chief Justice, Messrs. Du Pont and Peaison, efforts in its cause have been ill-timed and I not that his constituents will unite with the I Gene to pay the landlord tribute.
Gone to the satle
CO-IJ"TKOLLlRoos QfucK December 1st 1856. pay carrier,
Associate Justices.'l'Iie : unsuccessful, did not know the strength of the party throughout tho State in urging upon I Oone to pay the faithful mailer.

V United States District Court for the 1 genuine tree of liberty here, planted by patriotism him the importance of his continuance for Gone Uncle to Sam pay the old rowdies Uncle: Samuel-call Lim
V Northern District Florida is also in session, supported by justice, and defended by two years longer in the position he now oc- Gone to pny the Southern paper

; Of Balances due Officers 1st December 1856. Judge Mcintosh presiding. ; God. It but few Three and twenty hundred dollars t
by Sundry ( ( was a days ago that the cupies with so much credit to himself, and I Sad it is to turn our ledger.

Iffi storm raged most fiercely. But one dayproveti advantage to the Turn the leaves of this old
St. Marks. |
... I j sufficient to restore the cause, for our V ] urn and see what sums are due us,

r C 0147Z11C8. I years: reading
V J. C. CrosbySberilT: de., Rev... 1854, $15 05 members of the Grand Lodge of Florid, respect the laws which they themselves have I Masons of the State of Florida has been in Due for years of toilsome labor

; 1855, 5 8840 93 with their imited guests, including ourself?, Grand Communication at Masonic Hall in Due despite our pntient waiting,
V Donald DavidsoD. Auctionl', Auctiun tax, ;j.J 8t 'enacted, and uphold. the institutions which t Due despite our constant dunning".
A W Nicbohou. T. C., 118 6t f made'a trip to St. Maiks by railroad '0'11 they themselves have: founded. The this place during the present week. The I Due in sums from two or twenty.

Iortimer Bright, Sbff., &c., Fines, 57 (\6Ii Thursday! las t. At o'clock, in the inornitv majority :Subordinate: well Would} you lift a burden from ns?
__ A J Oollins, SJffd.c! :, Rev. 1851. 15S 80 In uit.t decides, }but the minority have lost none of Lodges! are represented.We Would you drif a spectre from f
F. de b Rua, 8htf: &CV1 185_, 1\S.! 29 the party were comfuitably seated i in the..l cars. ., their (lights-citizens differing yesterday! in have been furnished by the Grand Sec- I Would you taste & pleasant slumber you

a V Licenses 191 08-1,1 37 In suit and, after a pleasant I tun of about ono 1ioui'/ ; with the list of officers for ; Would! you hare quiet conscience I
I V F M Maura, Sh'ff, Ac.; Rev. 1854. 1'T09 01 arrived opinion arc to day united in feeling, and their n tary following Would! you read a paper paid for f
St. :
V Licenses.. 844 70 at Marks.: After spending a short feeling is, our country first, our country last, V the ensuing :Masonic year : I Send ns money-send ,s money,
} UHI, 148 87 time in looking at the various objects of in- J. Y. Grand :Master\ Send us money-send us money;
i Auctiun tax, 21 95- 2,224 12 III suit. $149 99, on deposit. our country all in all-our country great in Henry, \ : SEND THE MOSET V
i THAT TOP OW>> ts \
. Snnt.aRos. teakh Cobb Jrv Sh'ff; ctc.,' Fines, 516 56 I terest, party repaired to the Railroad p.rJ species of greatness, glorious i'i! every I J. :M. Baker, Deputy Grand Master,
Licensee, 539 19. I! Hotel, where the excellent host A. 1 B'. I
D. McCranie: Grand Sen. Warden
species uf indeed in : Mormon Family ArrangfmeDtsl(
Auc'JouUx, 11 78- 647 S3 With Solicitor for suit. excellence ; great extent
J:1.I' C.. rcArtbur, Sh'ff, dc, Rev. 1856. 293 67 .. I j Noycs, Esq., had [>rt>pared a banquet' which! and! power ; in wealth, in industry, and! in the I II I Houston, Grand Jr. I The San Francisco Herald! of' DecembW
,f Auction tax, 22 66 i for profusion and richness has been
: rarely of millions and I Thos. Hayward, Grand Treasurer, 4th furnishes list of the
fi Fines, 120 50 score upwards: of freemen, a members ddM/

V Licensee, 455 00- 891!)1 83;; I j attained in all the good things that excite the that in a few years will[ be cfoubled. Great J J. B. Taylor, Secretary, I Supreme Council and [House of Representatives .

W W Harrison, Sh'ffic, ., Licenses-, 88 24 ) of the most fastidious .
i I appetency epicure.i
i Rev. R. :McK. Grand
: ; Fines, 22 0060 24 indeed from the Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico T\dings, Chaplain, of the Territory of Utah, and appendsthe

! I: James RrMims, Sh'ff, Ac.Jf :Fines, 44 06 V 1 i ? part pitched into an earnest. knife nnd and from the Atlantic to tho Pacific.- ;I :\i. W. Smith, Grand Lecturer, number of wires possessed by snch.-
Walton, C Monroe, Sh'ff Fines, 34 00 r fork discussion: of the merits of this excellent
E. R. Ives, Dep'y Gr. Lect'r East'n Dit.; This list shows
There is 420 wives
, r; Washington, John A Tabor, Sh'fl; ic, Rev. 1855 4 24 90 j : not a country the equal of our own. to forty men, or
(, Fines, 14 68- 439 57 With Solicitor for suit. I doing ample justice thereto and! anonspicing Tiu young giant, yet conscious of his might : Jos. Moore, South'n an average of ten to each member.\ We

V Kennr-Clark, T. C.. Rev. 1849, 11! 86 I the occasion with interesting toast: \ Sam'l Irwin \\'est'n "
4 holds forth the hand of t the names of of the
t, Calhoun, Tboe.xl Land Sh'lf. Fines 'i 63 12 In suit 1 right fellowship to the copy some more liberally
V 17 Isui s Jackfoa, Sh'fl; tc.. Rev. 1847, 55 32 II speeches[ &c. The incidents of the occasion l highly civilized nations of Europe, while with D. P. Holland, Marshal, provided : '
U I ;;, Fines, 5 0060 32 afforded much enjoyment to the whole T. Fisher "
)H. Sword.Beoftr'r
I his left hand he beckons across the Pacificto : Governor Brighgm Young C8
James U Stone, Sh'ff, Ac., Rev. 1656, 209 5S I
I party. The highest satisfaction: was expressed : J. P. Duval Pursuivant Herb' C. Kimball President
. f Fines, 61 38- 270 96 the nations of Asia to come withia the paleof ; r of the
t1i JID,oo. C C Cobb T C. Auction tax, 6 50 with the general character! of the : L. A. Church, Senior Grand Deacon, Council 57Daniel
V ___ civilization. Tho is not far
. A James unmu, OL.-CT, VI c J; 07 day distant
A. Wells Councilman
: Lkeuses! 54 00- ill I 27 With Sol'r lor suit. mi\ mul manv rumplimcntarv allusions! ",1.t>n ,\mpripan industry entprnrize and : D. K. McDougal, Jr. Grand Deacon cross
.! JuhnTMjiick, S1.'ff. Fie'', 128 C9 made to the courteous President thereof, under cao- ( D.IIIIKII eyed 19
V (lrltntl T\U-r.
ital will
.. take its in that network eorge
: : Franklin. Join Lucas, Sh'ff Ac::., 60 00 part of Afbert Canhigiuii, cripple and nearsighted
. V .4 Rev.1847, 118 49- 178 49! whose efficient supervision; it has attained Raiho.id which are to combine: all the nations 'I Ire Grand; Royal Arch Chapter: of the 21

Benj. Lucas, Sh'ff, Ac, Sundricti, 1,281 37 In suit.i an amount of running excellence, net of the world which to the I State of Florida, which convened Monday: Wil'ord Woodruff cripple 12
i Gadsden, Sam B Love, Sh'ff, Fines, 173 03 are lay open
surpassed by any other road in the United last, is also still in Grand Convocation. Lorenzo Snow, cripple 25
James M. Smith Sh'ff.B 15 66 of our fathers to civilization and iudustry, and :
L C West Sh'ff Ac 60 31 States. Isaac Monley, 72 years old 5
nj. make i The following are the Officers of the Grand
for all
provision mankind. Great is
tV Rev. 1847, 40 00100 81 I !i our Ezra Benson, old 15
L H 0 LclDTC, V Rev. 1851, 4341 ; The Ocean and Florida Telegraph country in the vastness of its physical power, Chapter for the ensuing: year : -

t. V 1853, 415 07 I but more glorious in the marked and moral Gad Humphreys, Grand High Priest, j An Eagle's Pen.
; Auction tax 32 12- 490 60 With Solicitor for suit. I At the solicitation of :Mr. Tibbats of New
The Lancaster
.Lion, H T Blower, Sh'ff, Pines, 1,989 38 i iI attributes of its people, and in the services Jns. Ellenwood, Dep'y Gd. High Priest, Intelligencer says that Mr.

Licenses. 30 99- 2,020 37 I York who spent several days in our city which it has rendered mankind. Let I Jno. McKinnon:\ Grand King. Buchanan, in writing his inaugural address,
us enumerate -
't; L C Demjll.. T. C, Auction Rev. 1855 tax, 230 230 25 57 I during the recent sitting of the General Assembly t: a few of them.! Who caused our nv. i I D. S. Walker, Grand; Scribe, will use a pen made from the feather of an

,V '1. -V V Rev, 1656,5,843 26- 6,304 08 a law was enacted authorizing a ers to bear upon their bosoms the steamboat ? Ii i Thoi. Hayward, Grand Treasurer, eagle, dropped by the bird at the feet of

; V Dap McEaenj, T C, 1850, 527; 62 : northern company, of which :\Ir. T. i is the\ I J. B. Grand Senator Brown of Miss. while
. Taylor Secretary making a
The Fulton.rho
J V Re". 1851, 959 42- 1,167 04 In suit I gi vat gave us dominion
; .J John H Rhodes C, 1853, 969 49 : agent, to construct a line of Telegraph commencing over the tides and distance ? The American Rev. J. II. Hummer, Grand Chaplain, Buchanan speech in the late campaign. The
I I V Auction tax, 20 00- 959 49 With Solicitor for suit.Licenses I at Key West, along the entire V
peninsula E. R. I\e, Grand Lecturer, eagle was flying over the spot.
Mors"' ; Who firot proclaimed and full '
i Jcffrn.V{ WmH Andrews, Sh'ft, 9 50 ) established I
S r Fines. 9 15- 18 65 I of Florida, to be continued into Geo- ) the equal rights of man ? The D. P. Holland! Grand Marshal: ,

r LV V J D Morris V T C, Auction tax, 13 98 i gii; as far ns :\\J\: ( OIl. It will connect ut KeyV I). C. Daw-kins, Grand Capt. of Host, ME. HAMIIN, of Maine, has resigned his '
: 4 1 : Rev.l65G, 373 58- :387:! .56 American Congress through its s tr.tecman,
I seat in the U. S. Senate been elected
West with the sub marine which having
: '*'_ MjieonT M Amdersoa--, :Sh'ff; Fines, 1,905 01 i [ 'I'elegrapliis ....., Th..inas Jefferson. But.. for the want of Josiah Paine, Grand Principal Sojourner, V
. 't LIcense! :34- 1,905 35 With Solicitor for suit.HamiltoB I to IJe laid between theic and the Island l>f. !' C. C. Fletcher Grand Royal Arch Captain Governor of his State.
time and! 4'e must! God: bk-ss ,
JHPftterson.Sh'fii Fines 99 00 space stop.
!: Cuba. We were so fortunate' 'as to :mkko! The marriage of the Princess Royal of
. p A Vann, bh'ff U 66 10 our great country and the remotest V, D. W. :McCranL', G. :Master of 3d! Vail, I
t J License"! 10 6066 70 the acquaintance of )Ir. Tibbatwho impar-; : ; may pos.terity H. J. Stewart, :, 2d England i h announced to take place: on the
, e WaVulla, G G Holt,Aud'r, Auction tax, 22: 70 exclaim, Our Country, our great and
much information November
. 21st
led to us interesting coi-: next.
J. Mitchell:\ 1st"
4V V J bn Sowell, T C. Rev. 1856. 888 32 glorious Country." i; ,
'.; J' < .. I R M Spencer, Sh'ff Licenses, 22 00 cerning the many magnificent enterprises 0(: 1 George Damon, Grand Tjler. The death of Benjamin Flanders, of the

to Fines, 118 00140 00 V _._ _
. .; J X Hendry, Sh'ff 680 21 this character in contemplation! including an A Specimen of Florida Swine. s B ri firm of Flanders & Co.. one of the oldest and

V < .V V_ Licences.Rev. 269 34949 55 f 725: 66 with Sol'r for suit.WUh account of the path of the Ocean Teleguiph' i iby I Philip T. .Pearce, Esq., of our place, i THK WESI-KKN PORK TKIDE.-The number most esteemed merchants of New York, is

; ..'i" -" EM Lee, T C, 1856, 2,415 89 Lieutenant who sent of hogs; killed at Cincinnati to Tuesday -
IJorryman, was out up
) few since announced in the that
, .i H M Stephens, Cloit :Fines, 15 00 slaughtered, a days a four years papers city.

, 't. 2. Fines, 63 48- 821 68 the \ fiom j time last The Cincinnati Price Cur
to ascertain depth: by soundings, when cleaned, six hundred and I year
: :1. Columbia, R HnRana. Sh'ff.: Licenses, ,. 458 00 Solicitor for uit. twenty. much money as we pay our President ia four
. is AJT Wright C, Revenue 1855, 1,007 67 .. .. New Foundland to Ireland. lie started out :, six: pounds.( Let this indicate to Florida rent of Wednesday reports the market firm, hundred and forty

G W Cole Auctioneer, Auction lax, 29 10 making soundings thirty or forty j the I- and adds : years.
by every planters obligation and of
L. 2 A A Stewart, Sh'ff: Li""DH'S, 22 00 practicability By recent survey the total length of the
LKMickler.TC, Re.. 1852, 48 71 miles, varying from ono hundred two thou- i raising all the meat for home : "Our advices from the West leave no doubt
: .
I 1853, 26 17- 74 91 the latter 1;; whatever that there will be a marked falling
sand fathoms ; no place exceeding Vast of
T M MicUcr, Sh'ff Licenses, 252 25 II' sumption. amounts money annually i, off in the pork packing business this year one hundred and thirty-four miles, and

. .i V Fines, 82 13- 284 33 figure:! that being the deepest point In almost escape from our citizens in the punchase of as compared with last, and upon a careful their surface ninety thousand square miles..

TH \Vm M Dub, T C, Rev. 1856,4,835 63 every sounding, he brought up various I Western! bacon when Florida bacon would 1! comparison of our notes, we have but littleI
Auction tax, 19 13- 4,854 76 A gentleman, the other evening, objectedto
Alachuaji C L Wilsor, Sii'ff, Ac, Rev. 1848, 363 69 kinds curiosities such as shells of every description i answer just as well and can be more readily i I hesitation in saving that the crop of the presi be
cards with because
4 1 1849 367 78 gravel, quantities of mud, &c., all and obtained. i! ent year will not exceed that of 1854.55, playing a lady ,
, ij 1850 231 47 With Sol'r for iuit. Balance 1! which was twenty eight per cent. less! than said, she had such a winning way" with:
-h: : < V HIMM;(j* 70 (::11<- on Revenue 1856 not of hich have }been deposited in the'Smi.thso. We thank :Mr.\ Pearce for the savory specimen .
last year's her.
. 'p ".: licenses. 800 O'J' 2:11: ; 64Rev. kuown. No return for that nian Institute. I, crop.
. .JGh". ." V TCE1U Sh'ff; Ac, 1847, 267 95 year. presented us of the huge prejwnderosity 1 The packing of J bacon for the Euglishi Frederick .'Bowers, a young .French0
.PVA 2'"" V Licenses, 24 15 Lieutenant B rryman no where found any of his extraordinary pig. i I market, is: going on most extensively at all other

, 1 ,.. ;> .. :. I Fines, 25 60- 257 70 'obstructions or impediments in tho way, and I r- tho leading points throughout the West, andi aged twenty.one years, was notified the

' .". i.. A E Oeiger, Sh'ff Licenses, 5 35 establishes} beyond the shadow of a doubt tho THE COTTON CHOP OK 185(5.-It has already !. i i I there can .be little doubt that the increase in day to take a letter from the: SL Low
, 'r' ,:: .** *> Oeo.B Ellis, Bh'ff, AcUriah Rev. 1856 1,81944 which'he walked off reading
? of this article will
V 41 I been well settled ((88.8 the Charleston the shipments to England postofficewith
:. : Duval, V JJowden, Sh'tf V 1863, 10 14 practicability and feasibility of the submarine .
.V. ;t Fines, 476 83486 97 With Sol'r for Iuitj between the two continents. He Courier) that the crop of Cotton for the be fully twenty.five per cent. greater than as he went He was soon observed to be
; \ fit V;ts r V 'V N n viugbt: : T C, Rev. 1855, 2.4715 39 Telegraph year those of last year-the shipments from this be tore letter .feto
:: i'J.* 4tV...:., .,,,,. V 1856,4,449 42-6,924 81 $2,475 89 with Sol'rforBnit. states that the whole thing can be accomplished 185(5 will not reach the amount of three millions point alone, of box meat, being 0,080 boxes weeping, and finally. tb.e
. P ,. Joo. T C, 1854. 267 34 With Sol'r for suit. fragments, took a pistol from his pocket and
. : ; : y: V McEnlej. in ten days after everything is in read- of bales, and. as the season passes the this season, against 3,890 do. the corresponding ,
r j Chas.DeWall, Auct'r, Auction ti; 6 21
: ,aMV: V probabilities are that it will fall short of thatat time last season-an increase of nearly shot himself. dead. V .
&:: ;u'L W Hifginbotham T Cltev.1854, 70 18 ness. During the month of July in his judg- V

'J, -,... ..j."'-. V V : V V 44- 1855, 138 10 73 -ment is the time it should be done. Ho fur. least 300,000 bales. The senators and two hundred per cent. The business l last V A French correspondent! ,writing! .from.
:' .V'.. : *4I1Sl JobD'I; Jaa. A Mkk1er.Sh'ft&e; 1855 1856,1,232, 45- 1,665 1,440 49 1,113 95 on deposit with ther siys that the wire would sink down into Representatives from the cotton growing year in it, paid and enormous hence the profits great to those engaged wi h !: rusalem, and describing how much that city

,V 1bu to. _. .. R B Caoors., Sh'fl V; Ac. V Licenses Fines, 88 99 88 13 Treasurer for suit for and baL with Sol'r the ,soft muddy bottom, and that nothing .States.in Congress have been communicating I which it was entered into this eagerness year." : Has been improved rind'raodernized* since'w*

V ,_ '-z:}I"- .. V Auction tax, 6 83194. 34 could possibly interfere with them... V ..., with each' other regarding their personal observations i last visit made twelve years ago, *says tBsl

'Oil; A A Canora, Sh'ff: Ac, Revenue 1849 23 92 i.I Who does not wish complete success. :fo an upon the matter, while canvassing I minister from.Great Britain. many of the new:.houses. reminded him of t&*
; dV ; 't 1847, 676; 22 ID suit.With V
c JOephSSaneb'z.Sb'tr, Ac. districts the I The National states that Mr. house 'New think of the bo*
their Intelligencer at York
,; ; V; w' :. Paul Sabata, Sh'ff. Ac, Finca, 20 00 undertaking which will be one of the gteat- during late political cam : Only

:; L V Licenses, Si 50 V est triumphs( of human. genius, .We Craonat paign, and their conclusions upon the com i Villiers, brother of Lord Clarendon, has been I ly city being rebuilt after such a model **

i'1. Jr..",. Auetiontaz,10246. of this and last Minister to the United States from New York
f t V the social political l ami:, ..pa.rativc'moun year's crop appointed
Rev 1856, ltJ57 62-1,718. over estimate e Commercial V

1; :: .'. "Futaim; S..: ., Ji atbao' ;N OJ D, Sh'ff, Licenses Fines, ,V 190 98 1 81
"; ..'J:' "ii ; ; ;"V 'JB.Bnjtro,Shrike: Fines, 25 88 VV '" together the two: greatest and most, enlightened hip will exceed that of 1855 by 20.per cent or. his way to this country. the 9th instant tJ Ve-eleclH; l by tM Hoe** rf

,; -a .. 'V V License*, 12 60. .. "c people in the wot hi. Tlwf application J V'-m' consequence of increase of land in cultivation I ; Representatives ofjha .MUUC1ISSUVL .
.! ; V Problem.
: Rev. 1866, 1.462 82- 1,501 66 '
;t, Sampler Swicord, V 1866:-No return 07'4.to'Crt'dlf: of llic remarkable\ :resources. of-etcctruHty:; : Jo and"Jiands frqtn! immigration. In some I A lady has four marble slabs, each of Iator, Uniled.Statea Senator, lot fou7$9'

f.1.:1i': 'Brtnrq' WID D Ward Sb'fIL. .. 184ft-6, 401 85 .. .t,, the i instantaneous! t transmission i in'teflrge'rfco l .portions of Arkansas the increase will bo 10 which -is exactly: two and half 'i inches i iI in from the foartn; of March next.
Waterloo I A
Sb'fl die 1854, ; {
Rob't ; 669.
,J '11... ,Lrrj V *, V Fine., 10 00 .. VV V ',between distant places is prIiapsthoinost: per cent from a similar cause, while in other I thickness throughout, and with: sides perpen. 'stood 333. to 12.. The ,SenaJj. U. eo.dit:, ; .

:: ..;i, V ..t V ROT. 1816, 288 16-: 864 84 With Solr for luit.it astonishing cxnmplc: of the power of_ agaii on portions it will fall shoit twenty l per cent.- -
V Uenisdo E L T C 1854, 451 38. .. the dicular. to the base ; but, in form, two .are .
V ; Selph, V this earth that tho world has ever,wftnessed. Louisiana reports crop twenty per. cent. 'TM SecretfGc dsThre0ing :
(-, 44. :'V -' V, V 4 t.. 1" ,.l,028 8'1J" to .. tI _. short ; Mississippi from one-quarter to one. .unequal squares and two unequal rectangles. liktf; ia misftrtpn*. ;NUt' tk
: V AUt&. tax, lf-10 1,48886 distant when the courage ,
The time is not far news
.:,ti1;.";. V n l' Jrddriek' Sb.'" "''''' .1'i V 180 00. half! ,short ; Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, If one side of the one qoare be add d to oca in God, and Itr his 'bre .reHaf'Prtrije J
;i .:,;JI .. "ip. ,. "7 T':' 'U S'11n '11 .. pap r / 'our 'breakfast table will acquaint us North.Carolina and Floridteli. like Itt**th
.; V a ; the'other saltatkni
U"14' story himself U
t p; .:. : ;) 'V ;.,V. .-vh : ;\: : aide of the tarn will b. 4 feet and maa's faith in
- .:V.C .....:..' f': ',,. e Jlu ..-..., SbW.A..... r.' .. "ID ? 33.. V. -i VV with'any event of moment which bas'oecur and in South Carolina, Mr. Orr estimate the fthorUr secret of'HI: power V and' niotfeaa1 It ,M ttfl
.. ., V" inches but if tho tide otI1 J Jeawr
.: :aJ.\.s: ;;;. .: .5flrJJ'9Xh !, Bbw'. ; '. 4 18B4.,810 01 .,? -, -t n : V red the' .York I lIriS'of' crop at one-fourth short of,1805 ; Mr.,Keitt ; 'secret of'.good !locl .VOU : :It'
on prei1ou&nihtinNew ,
.. : ,
q-" ..26.'Z. .
H. 9. 'AacLtu, -1,86&'Z7. ... -, '' rectangle be added.to'the J longer *ido.of the.. '
;; I' 1/r. ', '. .' .d ; V at one-third short ;, Mr. Brooks at one-fourth to1g; iih \ n id:1fo: rtc31
) 'n t.Ui London. %What .will be '
: :::;,f ?t,-. :?J : .y '' ,, ,18( L,4L:7 1,6S8 \4 .with'SoTr for !mt" accomplishednext abort;. aud Mr.rBoyco: and Mr. McQueen at greater, the .$em will Vqnjd 5 fatdtwo-*\ >\the phflng'litiel. It. 'opcn '".; ot1t

'''' ...,.'. .L.a lootap.Au. ta! eerAuetiooury., : ., -, ., ,,, '1015 .. ,,1" ... to -.render remarkable the incoming more'than one-fourth ,ahort.. thirds of an in h. dJNo\"ctA., oar '4X' \ il ;AA C1". .
r..t, .V.''..t'Ia' ..".. .. a-.a..,'. r.' .' ....ij .. ; .t. .V V .__. ,,V 4 V century? .: in aretust fc eoaal'KrtJk-tirtf rw*: 1 '1ban i id tDt,'_' We'ar;
.It,. ...,", 4. .5''r\ .-.. -. ,.,. ,- i .t68'f-fl 77. < tiia .. '.._ 'dodid: i
: MB. :FOR bai received 'f'f: I.
. _> : JtY: J'QClU warbU'' ;
:e V -- ; foebtt : ...., mW
.... V\. tangles. 1I0w'numyr.ubl _teNant DOW' to ,: -.I'
i. .
'.,"'" V : BREVAriDi J. I'. SJMMO.NS' : has been) eleCtetli1' :S.: '.Sonalar ,nomination for the' 'II.1: S. Senate from the are contained in the fourr ta1Ja} r ,. 1 i' Rri' O'fta..ti itt ttjr.. .. tIwV
! V T. W. ornpiroUcr.rV .. .'J q' "tS
V :
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DEL/IN. "t'
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Interesting Statistics." l.rtW'IIf' ini.. Ia&nmy dear s-ir, with great esteem and A HOMESTEAD FOR $10 !V a \CQ
; Administratorsof I J
f .
.Moral, like nata'.al; regrd, obliged;'and affectionate humble ;.. _
g official beauty, be said to jour (to.*Ut V ,4"- V
rotlo interesting "LiUe fias may -DIVISION. rl rUi 0 .bj "I
TV *)e Kt off servant, 1 s, .
I by Us -j &. .-f V
been communicated' bj(to Secrt4rj; '6f&clYe I American Revolution opposite, deformity.. The (;Eo. W' SHIN TOS'. ,$810,000 worth of Parmt S Bfliidin*Lots Mil at JWblia ._.,befof ib&C.intt V JVVFA.. ,.aif :4Jl1JJJI.J: .. ; .

ry:, lo accompany his itnnaal I. it-part of I contract Of presented some striking P. S.-.-.Our left wina 1t1Ivt'tl'-e te I lay IN THE GOLD REOJOlOF CULPEPPER TI'NN sfuldsstatqpitIRth t 'tb1 d y F.Lruary I # wd.i 'efThr1i'z: TU V, V
cliariicHr. No'COlltra. ; bo divided U* '
: COUNTT. VIRGINIA, to amongst following '
n.ne : ,. t was morning and our right. lies rm the route to t8 7. Sub- CoontyiInuJ8taOf7dsQ Wt' : ; LlttUUJ L )Ji.Wl E a s
rb SRcaZ mdro Conspicuous thxu that the North :, 10,500 rolwcribers on the 18th of April. t 4D ,_ .,
between River.ReotrkablC.
Washmgtoo the 8o *dboO smX; .
List bahof
personal Wtelth $ fficValue trthCd I BcriptRfrtS only ten dollars -acb; oaf half dbwn tbe tntet f.rf ; ur l' .t ,.11uza2)
States, 1850. and Arnold. The point of difference -t t rest on ti*delivery: of the Dxttt. Every ftibBcriber Northeast quarter 0 t eeetion

I were indeed but it V Position of the Planets.All will get a Building Lot or a Farm, faflgitijf ia valueirohi seven; Southwest. qi of UM SovtlMMt f.or V
.. 0 fStatcs many, was not one of $10 to $25OO0. These Farm and Lota are, section NX: ; vtvif fHa- OJ' T:4: Y1f51f iLcjiV

Population.835.l9i proIietty..UzhLnIa I them that the active heroism, the daring bravery the present time and until the end of sold so cheap to induce settlementa Sufficient' number tfof Section !; and the avtUlwest qTrr, J"Vrr"NortheMtqusrtrrnfsfletinoMvin.an of the r ,

I of the former January, all of the old planet and the two bf.int rworvwl, the increase in the ftlne of which in, V. .. l" ..it --,f.--.

7O,23O27 surpassed those of the Int. of importance discovered in 75 and 10 years : -coiapensiite for the Apparent tow price now 1R1e1NUrhandW.eet Onrntr of Cgntavml VorintI stit;,.,., : .
253.J :. 64,240,726 ter. It was rather the lofty moral will be visible !,I aokitL The Property of the niSor ad.utt.hen orMtu'eAlate. JDaarll1, UK' I'. "
(kanl principle, soon sunoet, and five of" j FdKEHAND Adm'x- I' ,! ,
California, 335,000: lr ,OOOOOO: the high toned and Incorruptible patriotism them west of the meridian position wOrthy ,'i.. A :r&pany' fetUers called "The Rappahannockriodevr 2857. BARAlt IIraI'oti |I '- -. -.
Association/ Rod will Jan. 3, Oo-PartaenJdft"NoUo. -
now forming commpnceua'settlement -
Connecticut, 491,292 / 3,759,831 which distinguished of particular notice, as it may not again I I r in the I I .
W.295 from that spring. Ample secnritywill nadersfeiMd bav.tile<3atejfef.d,tA Vw- V .
Delaware, 30,466,924 ambitious General and occur for years. : be given For the fuithfnl petformance of contract's : ;; THE .
flagrant traitor.
florid 110,72549,461,461 Wasit Mercury, in consequence of its proximity and promises.tST ., are hereby cautioned not to trade for !f WHOLESALE: RETAIL/ .
935,090) alone a wise and humane policy combinedwith to the More Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers ALL W. r A <
GOIgi 500,000,000 sun, is usually invisible, so that many certain promissory note g van to, George 1 j I .
JHrnots, l,242,9r, 333,237,474 the personal benevolence of his character persons have never seen it. There will be avery to whom the most liberal inducements will beprivtn. Fowler ot bearer, for Forty iwo dollars and fifty cents I DDD'GBU. A''
1,1 49 'd06 Some Agents write that they are making dated 00 the 26th &ij tf Atirtl lUG: as I Will not !J under ttt won iIDcJ'rtyl* eftriRT -' '
dian ; 301,858,474 that dietated favorable for it in .
Jn certain portions of the instructions opportunity viewing f200 per month. Advert sing will be done for every it tittles compelled W do so by Iw.WILLIABH.
Ido\-;; 35,013 110,000,000 of the Commander-in-Chief to Ar. tMs! month, especially from about the 7th to I Agent where possible. For full particulare Subncriptwns pay :'j t lU't: I AMES&-tiELV.: VV5

Jnt:1y, 1,086,587 411,000,198 nold the 20lb, as it will not only be at its greatest Agencies, &e., Apply to Waukcenah, Jan. fc. 1907. I-it I i I -- L.
when be was about to march into Can. BAUDER, Port Roval Caroline Co. Va tn.rJ
t sana, C00.387 270,425,000 eastern elongation on the 15th, but its south iiif be pleased |o 1M their

ne, 623,862 131,128,186 ada, or did the sagacity of Washington, penetrating declination will be much less than that of the Or to .R. W. .WHITE, Agent 3Fairbank's Tallahassee, }1s.Jsn.1Z7. aHdjtrousatth.o14staodotD.ffAsow.ire/ .

arJ1snda 639,580 261,243,660 the savage disposition of the daring sun, so that on the llth it will not set in the i, -.- _. I .f't .1 tbey,Trffl'l.m kelp rai ps.rqpsrta3thote tMft I Imf

'MwsaciiBseUs: 1,133,123 597,936,905 Arnold, seek to place him on his guard W. S. W. until an hour and half later It '! Ferry OFFICE PENSACOLA & OEO. R. R. CO, > ; D. H. AH13.:

Thri1n I 509,Q*4"*iV.t "1 :1! ,593,580 against indulging those will appear as a reddish star of the first mag j TALIAHAMET DEC. 80th, 1850. f I M. LIVELT.

tiisRpp&, 671,49 251,525,000 sanguinary proclivi. nitude. After the 20th it. rapidly returns to SITUATED on the Ocloekoee River near the Geor PROPOSALS be received at tbe January 1, 1858. 1
ties, which stained his "boown as the Lynn Ferry,beingnow SEALED
subsc ient career the and in Tallahasse until 12 ,
the ,
831,215 223,948,731 sun, soon disappears. Company :
I chartered and well established and
1ILtI having a
;eW"Hampshire, 324,701 103804.326 when he had turned his sword -against his I Venus, although very brilliant, will new nnd excellent Ferry Boat ten feet; wide and fifty o'clock oo Monday the 19th day January 1857 for I MILES NASH & CO.. '
cross-ties sills fur the Road between
New Jersey, 569,499 179,750,000 own countrymen ? Tho letters below, taken i ue to become more so until about contin\\ the feet undersigned long; being would competently respectfully and constantly inform attended all who V the furnishing East end tbe of section 18.or and the East end section I DxALZZI Xf il

$w York, 3,470,059 1,364,154,625 from the archives of one I rthe old continental ilts, greatest eastern elongation takes wish to cross the River that thry can mws at Fair- I :36. being 18 sections of about one mile each. V

Nortt Corolina, 921,852 239,603,372 Stales, the "immortal Thirteen have February -27th, and inferior conjunction on bank's Ferry at all times with ease and safety whether Two thousand six hundred and forty ((2640))sills are j DRUGS, PAINT, A

,; 2,215,750 860,877,354 May 9th. So that for four months our even- the water is high or low. I' required for euch mile. and bids may be made fur one '

( 0f lvania, 2,542,960 1,031,731,304 been submitted to our inspection, with leaveto ing western sky is to be ornamented by this HARRISON FAIRBANK. mile or more, stating the mile or miles in the bid, and > MEDICINES, B OILS i
fciin Jan.17:17. the price per sill, to cover cost of t'mber in the woods !
them. beautiful 3
Rh<\le Island, 166,927 91,699,850 publish They belong to a rare and planet. 0- hewing, hauling to the road and pilling. T\7"OULD inCurs their friends sad thrptibti&tlrtV

.Scuth Carolina, 705.661Tennessee 303,434,240 original collection. Each word is given pre. I Mars will be in conjunction early in June ; Notice. The sills to be 8 feet long, of good sound heart pine T they hAVe on hand a good. assortment of ma I 1.
j it is, therefore in that of its orbit in ha. commenced, to be of a nnit-> I ,
1,092,470 321,771,810 part most ,whjch DO decay rm I articles as are generally kept m their line of boiineafc
cisely abbreviated. I
500,000 240,000,000 as spelled or The great I, remote from the earth, and shines with a SIX weeks after the first publication of this notice, thickness of 9 inches and to show not less than 8 inches ,. and, will be receivinic regularly.fresh supplies. Theii 1
Texas, Chief was accustomed to write his given I faint reddish light. It is little will apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon of b!art on either face; the top face to be smoothly |term.shall be reasonable.
Wrnront, 325,206 91,165,680 now a very county, for letters of administration de bonis non on hewed, and the bottom face to be even and otit of | Tallahassee 9th 188314.. .
Virginia, 1.512,593 530,994,877 name Go., in all those original signatures west of Venus, in the W. S. W., but the distance the estate of John Burgdorff, deceased. I.. wind and well hewed ; the side t<> have the bark and i

Wisconsin, 522,109 87,500,000 which we have seen. After mold's appoint. is rapidly increasing. JAMES ELLENWOOD. ..1..1.lIap blocked off; the cuds to be butted or sawed I f MEDICAL NOTICE.
the I II Jan. 17, ':'. 3CwAdministrator's '
Jupiter disturber i
Dis. of Columbi59,000 25,568,703 ment as Brigadier General in the British great of the system square. -
service The bids be fur cash only or for part in cash
I goes down exactly in the West, altho' may Ta1of&axwell
Minnesota, 65,000 20,000,000 Washington wrote to a friend : "I am also Notice. and part in county bonds or part. in cash, stock and Bfg '
New Mexico, 83,500 7,550.000 approaching its conjunction, (April llth) county bonds, statIng (he proportions of each. formed a co-partnership,offer their Mr-
36,000 7,775,000Washil1"ton mistaken if at this lime Arnold is undergoing and therefore the more distant part of its or- SIX months after date I will present to the Hon. Pro The most fatoutable bIds-prIce and mode of payment HAVING the public of Tallahaitee, and iU viacinity. .

Oregon 5,500 1,650,000 the torments of a mental hell. He wants bit, its light is not apparently less than whenin Court of Gadsden county, my account and considered, will have tlie preference and any or .
vouchers as administrator de boo is non of tbe state all of the bids be rejected. It BflsL
opposition in Boston Travel may ; Tallahassee, Aftg.f.l8S6. fbp
Utah 39,000 4,250,000AIUls'aS feeling. From some traits of his character September*- of James Poindrxter, deceased, and at the same time Sills for Sections 19,id and 21 to be dtlVd-by 15 July.

11,000 2,350,000 which have ler. apply for a final discharge from the further administration 22,23 and 2t. -
lately to
come my knowledge, he Aug. Br. Miles S. :if ash
of said estate. HUDSON MUSE. "
Nebraska 4,500 1,235,644 25. 16 and 27" Sept i

_ seems to have been so 1acknied in crime, so OO: G. B. Dixon had a trial before Justices Quincy, Jan. 17, '57. .-m 28, 29 and 30" Oct. I onus HIS ntor' ssioMALSKa VICES TO,TBS mmjM orTALLA&mrr
lost to all of honor ----- ,l 31 32 and 33. ,. Nov.I I
sense and shame, that Jutt. :]:IQOOnft1'.
and Hinton
9,817,611,072"ldd last and "
Total on Saturday 3-1. ;35 and 86" <4 Dec.
while his faculties still enable him Notice. I with Dr.M. eastof UM
for property, not valued to continuehis was bound in a bond 81,000 for his appearance THEODORE S. <*ARNETT,. I OFFICE hunmediately -
for under valuations sordid pursuits, there will be no time for ALL persons indebted to Solomon Sills, as admin Chief Engineer P. and G. R. R. I *
before the Circuit Court In April of the estate of J. Wilford, deceased, i May 19 1855. 20
January S. 1857. 1-St [Sent 2t.
and for the rise in remorse." will please call and settle. *r he claims will be sued copy

the value of property next. forthwith. Persona iuJebted fa ale inditidcally are Male and Female ----ItE-DICAI. NOTICE. t
The I Quincy I
letter Washington alludes to the Wiley Thomas likewise also make immediate
shice J850, the sum of 1,500,000,000 was bound in a requested to paymentJan. :

condition of Arnold's leg, which was woun bond of $500 for his appearance at the same 18, '57. 2 S. SILLS. A OA.D I' Drs. chtmi; & Betton I
next session will begin on the Tuesday in
Total wt alth of the U. States, 1855, 11,317.611,072 ded by a musket ball during the attack on time.-Madison .1-ff' Just; Received THE Miss Isabella Given, who has for several I O FVER their Professional Services to tbe Pub- J
lic. the Store of Messrs.
In connexion with the abo\\, we give the Quebec. Whilst Arnold was ravaging the 8enger.'I years past been connected with the Institution, I ,Scott CJOffice& Poole.opposite .
list of the Governors of the States Per Wild Pigeon"from New Orleans t will continue in charge of the female department I ,
following shores of the Chesapeake, an American captain At a meeting of tbe City Council, held on Monday CASKS Sides, Although the female department will receive the benefit January 6, 1858. 1 ",,
1857 I
for the
and Territories year : 12th inst, it 10 of the and instruction of the Principal -
was taken prisoner, of whom he inquired wns unanimously'Zesolrcd 6 Shoulders, supervision MEDICAL NOTICE. '
States. Governors Tei rm expire*'. Sakfi S what the That the tbanks of the Intendant and 4 Tierces Duffielda best Sugar cured Family ,yet his more immediate attention will be given i _... t
Americans would do with him if he -- '
to the male department. The school is provided
Ala., J. A. Winston, Dec. 1857 $2,500 Council are due to Capt. John Parkhill, of the MinuteMen Hams,
should fall into their hands. The officer I 5 Bbls. Lard. I with an extensive apparatus and a large collection of DR. BURROUGHS
\rk. E. N. Conway, Nov. 1858 1,800 i replied and Wilk. Call, Esq of the Horse Company, "Oil minerals. Students from abroad will be accommodated I

Cal, J. N. Johnson, Dec. 1857 10,000 I that they would cut off his lame leg, their officers and men, for the ilacrity and zeal with 20 2"" Whiskey,, with board OB reasonable terms. For further particulars HAVING located b Tallahassee1 offers his ,pt&

Con., W. T. Minor, May, 1857 1,100 and bury it with the honors of war, and which they volunteered their services to the city authorities 50 Extra Family Flour, respecting regulations, board. rates of tuition Dr.BarnArd' service Slore.* to fists piSblic.l CflSte opposite' V

Del P. F. Clausey, Jan. 1857 1,333 hang the remainder of his body on a gibe in the late emergency, and for the very efficient 50 Superfine Ac, apply to N. H. STEWART Principal., Die 2CT. 18f5 Drug*. 5t-in' !
Fla. J. E. Broome, Oct. 1857 1,500 150 Bushels black Oats, ;
services rendered them
in tbe
bet. respectively 6 Cranberries, December 20, 66. Sl-6t V
Ga., H. V. Johnson, Nov. 1857 3,000 performance of patrol duty, both in the city and 1 BbL Kegs Nuts. Dr. IT. G. McDONALD
Ill, \Vm. H. Bissell, Jan. 1859 1,500 To COLONEL BENEDICT ARNOLD, commander I country around 1 Walnuts, ORANGE SPRING I t

Ind, A. Willard, Jan. 1859 1,400 I IIn. of the detachment of the Conliment'al army !I i Resolved, That the foregoing resolution be commu- 1 Cocoa Nuts, Male & Female Seminary.rpHE 3IONTICKLLO, FLA.
J. ,,. Grimes, Dec. 1857 1,000 destined against Quebec. I 1 Lemons WILL attend with assiduous care all eosM en I ,
II aicated to the Captains of the Minute Men and Horse For sale by R. H. BERRY.Jan. situation of this Institution is at one of tbe to him.
Ken., C. S. Morehead Aug. 1857 2,500 SIB You i JL finest Sulphur Springs tbe .ountry, and is unsurpassed Office adjoin the) of Col. DiIwortlL-
are entrusted with a commandof !r Company, and through them to their officers and men 10, 1857. 2 ,
La,. R. C. Wickliffe, Jan. 1858 6,000Me. for health. It is easy of access for steam March 22, 185&.
the utmost consequence to the interest and !I! and that tbe Clerk of tbe City Council cause tb se boat and a few hours staging. liLlyR.H.BERRYVJ/ .
Jan. -
Saniud Wells, 1857 1,500 i I liberties of America. Upon your conduct ', resolution to inserted in both the papers published Proposals for Erecting the I The Principal with the experience of twenty rears

.Md., T. W. Ligon, Jan. 1858 3,600 I I and courage, and that of the officers and soldiers I I in this city. Marine Hoapital at St. Marks and aided by a corps of competent assistants will devote V
Mass, H. J. Gardner, Jan. 1858 3,500 I IMich. I hi. whole lime to the hnprotemeiit of bill pupils. .
detached on this expedition, not only the I! By order of the Council, ELORIDA. Auctioneer and Commission '
: ., K. S. Bingham, Jan. 1859 1,500 i The third session will Commence Monday, January ,
Miss. J. McRae, Jan. 1858 3,000 success of the present enterprise, and Jour 1,I CHAS. HUTCH INTSON. Cleric. 12, 1857. For particulars, address, MERCHANT. .
i own honor, bat the safety and the welfare of R. ANDERSON, Principal.
Mo.. Trusten Polk, Dec. 1858 2,000 i TREAIR'ay DEPARTMENT ) TJLLABASSEE, }' *, Bell !9. 185& 39
tho wholo o iitinent mnv T plmr Nov. :-29, 1856. 48
Hepond. W
N. H., U. Metcalf, June, 1857 1,000. e j Tallahassee MarketCOTTON. ASmxtTOf, Dec. 27, 1856. J fI J V
N. J., W. A. Newell, Jan. 1859 1,800 you therefore, and the officers and soldiers' I .-.hs. 16, IS..7.-The sales this week )lWPOSALc will be received nt this departmentuntil For Charleston-Regular Packet. I JOHN R. LLOYD
under command, as value own i the 25th day of February, A. D., 1867 at ,
your you your i
-N.Y J. A. Jan. 1859 4.000 amount! to 1,200 bales, at the following priees: 800 at
safety and honor, and the favour and esteem i 12 o'clock,non, for the construction of the marine HBST VESSELI I Au.cUonecr
K. C., Tlios. Bragg, Jan. 1859 2,000 of country, that consider yourselves |I j 10, 200 at 10, 100 at 10J$, 200 H< 11, 100 at llf, 50 hospital authorized to be erected at St. Marks, Florida fi 2rrpHE regular packet brig HERALD, AND f

Ohio., S. P. Chase, Jan. 1858 1,800 your you at 12, 50 at 12J. Market closed dull. according to the plans and specifications preparedat jjytSi: -*- k ecue muter, will have despatch for the .

Penn. James Pollock, Jan. 1858 3,000 as marching, not through an enemy's country SEA ISLAND.-200 bales sold at 20 to 24} eta. this department; said proposals to be either for above port. For freight or passage apply to COMMISSION MERCHANT, -
but that of our friends and brethren, fosuch I the whole building or separate for the different kinds D. LADD New Port.
K. I. W. ". 1857 HEIR A COLES Cotton Brokers.Sijip ,
Hoppin, May, 1,000 TATff.AHASSEE. FLORIDA.
the inhabitants Canada and the Indiantia- of work; bills of parcels must in every case accompany Nov. 1856. 46 .
S. C., R. F. W. Alston, Dec. 1858 3,500 tions have approved themselves in this unhappy eacn bid ; with the amount of each" kind of work, ..------- -- ------------..-- July 19. 1858. 29-ly 4 .

Tt'nn. A. Johnson, Oct. 1857 2,000 contest between Great Britain and A- Brros. and the total amount carried out ; the department reserving 1000 Pieces.of Wall Papering. t

Tex., E. :. Pease Dec. 1857 3,000 1 the right to reject or accept the proposals received a large assortment of variety S. S. KNIGHT
That check motive of every
roerica. you by invited deems JUST ,
every hereby or thereof, when it the
I any parts
Vt R. Fletcher color
Oct. 1857 750 and
quality, Window-Papering plain
Ta. H. A. Wise Jan. 1860 I duty and fear of punishment every attempt to I PORT OF ST. MARKS. interest of the United States requires it ; the depa.t- and figured. Burdenug to suit alLMcDOUGALL AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
5,000 ment also the to exclude the bid of *
plunder or insult of the inhabitants of reserves right anyperson
I, 6; jJashford, Dec. 1857 1,250 I Canada. Should American soldier be or persons who (here is just cause to believe Nov. 46 7MLLJUIAISIK, 7LOSIDA. V I
Territories. any so i Jan. 8. Brig Jessie Rhynas, Pendleton, Porto Rico* will not faithfully perform the contracts,or which they 15,1856. _. V September, 865, OS V '
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base and infamous as to injure any Canadianor 11 Brig O.T. Ward, Fish, r ew York. have attempted to obtain by indirection ; and all bids -- -- I V V

Oregon, W. L. Carrie, 3,000 Indian in his person or property, I do most I Scfar. Jenny Lmd, Apalachicok. when there shall be parties in interest who do not join New Books WILLIAM SCOTT, V

MiinesotaV.. A. Gorman, 2,500Ner earnestly enjoin you to bring him to such CLEARED, in the bids and all bids (bat, trpon investigation, are JUST received, a large assortment of V
Mexico and below a fair price for the work. '' : Bucks, comprfcrin! I A TT IMIrtlEV AT LAW
D. Merriwether, 2,500 severe exemplary punishment, as the Jan. 14. Schr. Wild Pigeon, O'Leary, Sew Or- ,
Bids will not be received in gross, and no contract Standard Works Prose, Poetry and Homances I
T'tan, B. Young, 2,500 i enormity of the crime require. Shouldit leans. MOSTICKLtO, FtA.
may will be awarded to a bidder unless details are furnished I withAkll the resent publications: :
Washington, I. J. Steven, 2,500 i extend to death itself, it will not be disproportionate I 13. Brig bales J. 0. Anderson Noyes,tobacco for New York, the department of the prices of thc different Bancrofts and Hildreth's United States.. I Jot! ao.18U. SO 1 1 jaaEICHAE.D j I't'
I with 649 cotton, 194 cases 133 dry
Nebraska, M. W. hard, 2,500 to its guilt at such a time and in hides, 4 bales skins, 1 carriage fixtures, 4 boxes mdze. kinds of work and materials, which shall be subject Motley's History of the Dutch Republic,just lubi i| -

Kansas, John W. Geary, 2,500 such a cause. But I hope and trust that the 1 bbL and 1 trunk. .-' to tlie revision of the department, so that it may adopt I lished. :HAllison's J -. .T., -Bincnrnr.- -_nr..LD_.___._.)owvura.BIECHETT ._.
the whole or,part of the bid, as the interest of the Continuation of the History of Europe, \
brave who have in I ft DOWSING V
men, voluntarily engaged
I IN ORT, United States may require. I 5th and Cth volumes. i ,

Senators of tbe United States. this expedition, will be governed by different I Barks H. L. Rutgers, Delano, Linden, Kelly. Ninety per cent. of the amount of work done and Abbott's and Scott's Napoleon B naparte; Theirs' !| ATTOBNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR eLms

CLASS OF 1857.-Messrs. Adams, of Miss.,* vievs; that order, discipline, and regularityof 1 Brigs Times, Phinoey, Jessie Rhynas, Pendleton, materials delivered, according to contract price, (said I French Revolution;Gibbon a Rome; Hume and Maf f IV O. 400, Seventh $'reel, .

Bayard, of Del Brght: of Ind., Brodhead, behaviour will be as conspicuous as their G. T. Ward.'i.h. amount to b* ascertained by the estimate of an agentof cauley's England 3rd and 4th volume..; Rolliu's Ancient I WASHINGTON CITY.
of Pa., Cass and I also it in Schr. Wild Pigeon, O'Leary, Jenny Lind. the department appointed for that purpose,) will I History; Thirlwall'i Greece; Ro'utaon's works; I
of Mich. of Wis. Fish. ,, valor. give charge before
Dodge tbe Court .
courage practice Claims and
I be paid from time to time, as the work ,and Prescott's :Ferdinand and Isabella, Mexico. Peru, WILL
of N. Y., Footf of VL, Geyer, of Mo., Hamlin to you to avoid all disrespect or contempt of j' ten per ceut. retained until the completion progresses of the contract Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Russell's Modem 'I claims before Congress amid the several ,

of Me., J"mes. of R. I., Jones, of Tcnn., Ihe religion of the country and its ceremonies. I HUGH A. CORLEY, and acceptance of the work, EC., by the agent Europe; Hallam's Historical Work*; The Works of : 4 Departments. .t

Mallory, of Fla., Ia ont of Va., Prattof Prudence, policy, and a true Christian spirit i at law aforesaid, and be forfeited in the event of non-fulfil Lord Bacon, .Addison Goldsmith, Irving, Scott .-July 28, 1866. JO:
Md. Rusk Attorney ment of contract. Dickens; Irvksg's Life of Wasbicgton, Spark's Washington 1
of Texas, Sumner, of Mass., will lead us to look with compassion upon I
Contracts will be awarded to master builders and A. PERRY AMA&EK!
only Headley's Washington Miscellaneous .
; -
FLA. :
Thomson of them. While I ,
N. J. without
Toucev Conn. their
Wadef errors insulting
and mechanics and the aseisnment thereof except by Writings in 10 volumes library style
of Ohio, Welter of Cal. we are contending for our own liberty, we January 17, 1857. 3-ly_ consent of the Secretary of tbe Treasury, sill he a Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature in 2 ATTOftBSY AT LAWtTAT.T.A.tIASXEFU.

CLASS OF 1859.-Messrs. Allen, of R. I., should b? very cautious violating the rightsof forfeiture of the same. I volume, just issred, containing an account ef the .

Bell, of Tenn., Benjamin, of La., Brown, ofMiss. conscience in others ; ever considering I Oil Paintings, Landscapes, Each proposal must be accompanied by a written ; literature of our country from its discovery to the present May 21, 185*. V SOItl. .f 1 J
of is the of the hearts of I guarantee, signed br two responsible persons, (certified I day, with u Memoir of the Authors and extracts ,
Clay Ala. of Del. that God alone
Glayton.J Doug- judge cS30.
to be so by the United States district judge or \ from their writings. The beet book of the kind extant EDWARD WEST. 1
las,' of [IL, Evans, of S. C., Fessenden, of men, and to him only in this case they are For Sale. attorney of tbe said district,)in the sum of $5OOU for I

Me, Hale ofN. H. of Texas answerable. I the whole work of amount if Simiu's Border Stories and Attorney and Counsellor Law
Houston be seen at the vacant store, next door to Mr." or a proportionate for i Revolationarv Romances at +
Hunter, of Va., Jones, of Iowa, Reid, of N. Upon the whole, sir, I beg you to inculcate I CAN Hayward's, during tbe ensuing week.- any part, that the bidder wIll. when required, if his in sets ; Statesman' Manual; History of the 1

C.:,; Sebastian, of Ark., Stuart, of Mich., upon the officers the"necessity of preserving I I They were brought out by a gentlemen for himself piopnsals be accepted. enter into a contract and bond, Republic; Webster's and CulLoun's W ort'., complete, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
with and sufficient securities in 6 volumes.
for its faithful 1S56.
Toombs of Ga. the strictest order their march through i but failing to get tbe the house he desired, they lire proper Aprils, 14
Thonpson'.of Ky., Wright, daring performance.Form Blank Boobs and Stationery. Letter, Cap, Legal I V
for sale at costThis
of! N. J.,.Wilson, of Mass. Canada, to represent them the shame, disgrace I offered is a rare opportunity for getting such articles of bond and certificate required will be furnished and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens with and FLOYD & HOLLAND

CLASS OF 1861.-Messrs. Bell, of N. H., I and ruin to themselves and country, if of house adornment. on application to the department. i w Hhout handles ; Envelopes fancy and plain; A'isit-

Biggs, of N. C. Bigler, of Pa., Butler, of S. they should by their conduct torn the hearts I I Apply to Mr. JOHN PARKHILL in Mr. lIay.ward'l' Plans specifications, and working drawings can be iug and Playing Cards ; Ledger Journals, DayBooks Attorneys at Law.
had to the Record and Pass Books practice in the Circuit Courts
application department und ever article of Middle t
C7.UoUamer,"f VL, Crittenden, of Ky., Dur- of our brelbern in Canada against us. Andon Store. ) WILL
.V No bid will be connidered unlrts tlfnfli/ complitt usually found in our business. West Florida and in the Supreme Court
kee, of Wis.! Fitzpatrick, of Ala., Foster, of I tho other hand, the honor and rewards I Jan. 17,57. 3-11 in all tin details with the requirement* of thi* advtr- Nov. 15. 46 McDOUOALL A HOBBY.t,fthe State. Also ia the District Court of the Uaited

Conn., Harlan of Iowa, Johnston, of Ark., which await them, ifby their prudence and Lost Mislaid I litemtnt. 1 States, ia the Northern District of Florida.R. .

Iveraon, of Geo, Pearoe, of Md., Pugh, of I good behaviour, they conciliate the affections I or TIle proposals most be sent to this department addressed Plantation and Negroes, .J.FLOYD Office Apalacbicola. 71.

Ohio, Sewardv of N. Y. Slidell, of La., Truraof of the Canadians and Indians to the great interests SOMETIME in January a small Morocco Pocket to"the Secretary of the Treasury, and plainly In Florida for Sale, 1 Dee. 22 I). P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy, JU.
endorsed the Ma"ne 51
: other tbe following Proposals for Ilotpital at
W! : ). YuVw/of Fla., California, mdiana&d of America, and convert those favorable among paper St Mark, Fla. and will be opened at one o'clock, ON A LONG CREDIT. V

Missoorfone. vacancy.ffefferson 1 dispositions they have shown, into a last. One: note on T. L. Sbebee for f 1000, given in 1856 p. m- of the hut day named for receiving the same. I OFFER for eale my PLANTATION of 1185 WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, 1

ing union and affection. due January 1. 187, payable to myself, with 8 per JAMES GUTHRIE, acres of land situated in Madison county Middle Attorney and Counsellor at Lair
Davis chosen to succeed Mr.Aiiai Thus wishing you', and the officers and ceot/interwt lifter maturity. Secretary of the Treasury. Florida, six milee from Madison Court Rouse, and ,

;- soldiers under command all honor; safety One note on J. H. Sbebee fot ?200. given in 1856, Jart 10, 1857. 2lwTrustee's near the Rail mad now building from Tallahassee to MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.
your due on* day after date, payable to J.T.Herring, with Jacksonville and Savannah. It baa a good dwellic V
Anlhonv Kenneday chosen to succeed and Sale. practice ia the Courts of the WiddU Clr-
success, 8 per cent. interest house, and abundant necessary out braldmgs in good WILL I
.Mr. Pratt'fEr I remain your most obt, One note on q, B. Sbebee fur $90, given m 1856, UNDER tad by iirtue ofthe power in me Teeted order, with AOO acres cleared and under fence, worthat March !,A.and 1QC Thorns. and Lowodes County. Ga

Mas a. Mr. Rusk Mr., Wade and Mr. humble servant, due ODe day after date payable) J.T.Herring",with deed of trust, executed by Richard T. Bir- least It-ly

Foot re.e1eocted. GEO. WASHINGTON. 8 per cent interest. chett and dated the first day of September 1849. t16000.ALSO LONG & GALBHAITH
ODe note on Charles Herring for about$1 60 aa well and by virtue of a decree of the Hon. J. Wayles Baker ,
Deceased, and Joseph P. Comegyt ape Cambridge Head Quarters, Sept 14, 1775. u recollt ted. given in 1856 due ODe day after dale dated 19th April, I860, directing the executionof A p at o Negroes most of them young and ATTORNED AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. V
Tcztts To
TiI1t 1b1:_ tho,vacancy temporarily. payable to J. T. Herring or order. said trust I will sell for cash, on the first Monday likely.take the land and: an approved purchaser I who will .LONG & J.B.ALBRAITH ban asseei.
WASHINGTON TO One note on my..lllor $307, given in 1855, due February, 1S57, in the town Marianna, in I beCoooty negroes entire will give 10 years themselves in the of Law.
credit if
1HIa. Legislatire.IXDIAItLPOLU BKUNSWICX, 6th July, 1778. let January 187, payable to J. T. Herring, with of Jackson all the righttit.ie and interest in be secured desired Bond as follows with : The purchase money divided to. will attend the Courts in the .Middle Circuit tbe They Supreme '
8 cent interest which note has been but I good personal .es ity,
Jan. S.-The per paid law or in equity of the said Richard T. Birchett in Courts and the District Courts
Legislature into of the ted
annual instalments
DKJLS BIJt-l received yoar favor of the am >ot certain whether my Mine mu torn oft and to the following described tract or paroel of Land, equal bearing interest j 3tatetT11a1IU.... .'
GOT.WillArd called the from date at 8 cent, and of the
-ntioJE?;Ltsat 30th ulL,:and thank you much for your kind The public are cautioned against trading for any of situate in Aid county, vis: lie North West qUi Cer The interest per the whole mortgage to be Proper Office opposite the Court House.
jrgF:. i. Rolk'was selected as and affectionate congratulations. As yon these note, as payment has been itoppedTRICHARD of Section seven Township six North, Range teu ty. 'with on the instalment sum paid anru- October 18.1854. lv
t teox Mr.: Willard ref edtoH'ThiIfrandt1ie 8AUNDER3. West the South of section falling ; andto
pro will have seen,before this'the account of the ;; West quarter tarn DO paid ia Charleston So.Oa. ..
17, 1857. 8w -and the West half of tbe North
Democrats Januiry Townsbip Range
were transmitted Congrew Tbe can be exawioed John Dr. A. W DAVIfl D. D8PRACTfCIH1JDTI8T-'
action (at Monraoutb) to V Eaaf. quartet and tb*.West burnt tU South Ee.t property by eallittj on ;
MThewie.! p.the1tepub. H. Courtney DOW ia charge of UM nfritHi. and
: I shall only add since that was given, quarter, of same section Township and Range; and application
Carriage Shop .
A to 4be made to meat ,
-1 (rom IP4g.GP9kmJ. Section SUtesborr, So. Oaaud ,
more of the have been found dead in tbe'SMith East quarter of twelve, Township -
enemy to W.E.
or'Ga; vpoa&ahtorMr.: : UNDERSIGNED leave the eleven West 640 in TAf.T, HA8.8E .l'LOlUDA... '
tne wood near the field-of action, and on THE bega to ialorro six Range. -containing acres alL U not mid em. by 0tIa oJawisiy-, I wffl .
W t aa.l 'ThIoie was of Tallahauee and that be bas D. P. ROGUE Trustee.January December 27,185.6.
their route according to report, and that desertions viodnity offer the earn at Public Auction on' the 'prerakea on ; 6 ,,:.' -':
.or'Dized 1bb'boce -Mr.-Bollard, Dem opened a Carriage Shop m. this place, for the purpose 3, 186'1. 1-8w
that day the families and
:. yetfrevail in a pretty considerable of doing all kiods of work usually done in an establishment fgr The Marianna Patriot will pK ase pub .h fall ; negroes apoaerec V1Wi11s1OOITeTOOth&tYJU.V',4 D2PVP. : : :: -
Gorernor'a and
l : Hie message of 1, S 8 ;'second above. LEWiB I
been favored with Mr. he do years V :
'W1 :f "; degree. 1 hare ala of the sort and that is prepared to day ofsate. ,V .

t. lit: Oro",. i: the 'snate Frank,'* |gter{ of the4tb..and. was sorry to find GOOD WORK, and at the shortest notice. All those on the Plantation '10 or I! rood every'mules tblng'elw 80 e. tlited
V who wish work done in a manner that will not ail to say fill'J f. that be know
." rone
had with violent Notice.V bpotseteion of
a zoo boa afflicted a oppressjonTnTyobr bead cattle, 3 yoke oxen, 100 beadofbogi 2 to 3000
J' : t V. : ii: give satisfaction would do well to give him a call Hthe latest'laprovwmeoU DoctV
.. I '
st thac1L- .J hope you ara relieved 1 LL denmndi the estate of bushels of corn, IB to 20,000 boodle 'todder 100Q'
'J N.i York Herald .Jajtb.JLG9.0W Before trying elsewhere. WM. KUHNS. persons havlug against try.I lit; The'erjetJS. of Tteth. wfcbomt vrducin_
i fenutrlutbld and from 'it; sod shall also be happy to January 17, 1857. S-tf 1. James E Tucker, hie Jefferson County de- bushels pens cotton seed, also SO toahela'o; Ow_ p' y 'of al alappUeationF h
; qo.nii
&'ar. 8 a Island eotton seed ( ) 2 Gins Bacon. Potatoes -I
oeaeed will take notioe that must them pure
.;.; L'IIirIo t W C L.BeDtoD". ThfrjjcYoarsGiieTzi'l:7tpw bear, that! : ydnr' leg .is,in.a very .air way of re- to the undersigned duly ted tber within present the timeprescribed Slips;'indan 8 or,10 Hossbeaik Syrop. seed in ap=aaafV&ialfr. .- .".'-The iui f_mixture__ Ie \be 1q-
UUMt 4-
f coveiy.V. Notice.A cane. Boilers and a first rate east iron Mill Black ** i MtfV _
Litooof.tb.nai& -.v by law, or thi*notice will be plead jo bar 8etoa '
Temporary Qutta
a Pertba .'
"T"e; ; fn S &Jhpt1.Crutou! has rfully suffered in GENTLEMAN miffing Mar Tallahassee, lost of their recovery ; and all persooi indebted. 'Mid smith's Tools,Plantation, Toofc V BOOM. and Kitchen worn with comfort, aid: 'hie, till U ".1- .

V ." :.:$ -."' eveI hlg.iB&r6&.through Jerssy. From desertion, a few days since, in the city, or oo the,rued to estate are hereby notified to make immediate'payment Furpiturs.'V Pwd. .." -Prma wt p. V "
,..4"'G ,Lcto7em/ 1, 1 I tmlrmld? < d hlf army has experienced his residence, a pair of gold Spectacles. The finder is .. to the undersigned. ., Purcbai &to pay:for all Decenary papers. U.,b.tao c 1J o :' ; "
.,1' ; IP.'r4J..eTer.b diminution of two requested to leave them at tins office. for wlikb. he V WM.H..WARE. \ '. > W. W. REES. so much t1a sad a J. :. .. .
tW men
'va1hOUnijd A thetwaryj! will"be suitably rewarded. I IJUD. SMITH SIMKJNS.fAdmr* Statcburg. Bu. c. perfect e!.aalmr .I -- ,,

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.;I L J. rit1 i teth"etatfHkrfy Saxon det -' J JL Dr. W.ioJyV Infirmary at.Griffin, Ga, for the "- W.sV ORT|< FMp: VE'MJPyG

".4. dated, are hereby notified to rxniUtTfee tarn* (a the ; parpoM of obtaining relief ofa very painful and distresting -0- VJNGpurdaued IU fatmt'iXr.Tvf*" I ;

1 4 undersigned Executrix wilbio two jean 'from this CASCX& at the note-and+yev iJfy DOM was JLL RiesAiwoje of toe late firm of Rica J&MAH ? ; r'
Mi thA'i'4t QBt Arthur's Patent AirTightCANS. (
Lf ( &te. '' the same will *be burred at the exfiration oft ,all entirely' gone before I vwited the Doctor beside WBTTAXU) **tender to our friend and lbptibn 1 4 I t tour LITER PILLS'

.j hit period ELIZA BETH SAXON Dealer.is 'ReaftrVtto', Ciotklsg and a_very deep ulceration nj :cheek and about my .fin prltmt"l* F1IItSOflI Thna- services ia the Storing, Buying.Sellie,. Receiving I j _' .

.. Nor,,29. Itt&i; 48- w ,*Executrix t. '. Gentlemen's ft1flIgIngGed3. eye. I am happy and prouct to say that Dr.Mosely JOT H'iatrr J I'*.' 'Th J* article! ,extensive and Forwarding of Cotton and Metthaudlx ''I Tw.>9t the beat P..pa.ti.a>.'r t>. *::
\ did relieve me and bad it not,been for my having to ly used in the East and Northern'States last season, ,To'ocr friend and patrou we retcio our dome I! A ,.

j Daniel T.lingo, AdintY, Ac, ) Jeffenon Circuitt -_-4_. -.--' expo* myself to very extreme cold, bad weather, I will be introduced to Uw-eiUzeo of Tallahassee and thank, for,tbo patroouge heretofore extended 111. and t '

,.' Y*., ., Court. I gm now receiving toy Fall and Winter tupp do believe that I would have bad DO return of the surrounding country bj the undersigned who' has row hope, by our attention to their interest, in futare to They: not 'recommended
r Ssr C..9rangft' ) In Chancery. Cloths Cassimtrts disease. :I visited the Doctor a second time and he the exclusive: right to manafiictore in this Vincinity for merit enntirnsance.oftbesame.P. i I

ttp:. appearing to the ealiAfclion of the Court in this of Yestingt, dfc., oj relieved me again; and BO far as the various leports the coming season. It is only neiewary to.mil and .K. a BAILLI, FLETCHER WHITAKER. as Universal

l"[ r causethat Walter.Onnger, Willis Granger and Every Color Style and Qnality about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these article and the' recommendations of New Port, Fla, July lit, 1856. J .
they are false. A Dr. used convinced that 'Cur -alls but
t the heir of Washington Granger (Ie<***ed, defendants positively regards Moseley's the persons who have them to be .simply for j
skill in the Treatment of Cancers, know of no Physician | they Are the best most simple and economical Article! .late I
tq :he above staled cause reside beyood tIle which I am prepared to make vp in the most I r Haying disposed rf my iuterut to )
in the world that I would sooner rely on than I I I for the purpose ever offered to the pnbb'c. 't1J r can to }[HfOtl. Baillie & what their
. limit:: of Florida to wit: in the State of Alabama so firm of Richardson t Wl-itaker, <
'ii'.t.i thnt the ordinary procec* of law cannot: be served upon fashionable styLe, on.thort notice him. As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN,he is equal be used(hy the most unskilful person, without theslightest I II' Whitaker, would tender my thank to my friend abd I name'p *
to in the Southern States aud I I I
Ihcm: It h ordered Uiat said cause be set for hearing I AND REASONABLE TERMS. any that I found him to be ; am happy and to I' mk of failure. with I pAtrons for their former kindn***, ned confidently recommend ports. .
My a perfect gentleman circular
twPurchasers: are supplied a containing succfML
in ext and that said their favour and
tt 1 on the first Monday April ; ALSO to support my t
Philanthropist and advise all afflicted withCancer full and reliable directions for fruits r
persons ingup
defendants disappear and plead l answer or demur, in business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. J 'The VERMIFUGE
:ft to visit the DOCTOR as soon as sod and in these Can the whole for
possible tomatoes ,
by that tiro*,.I lh Tw_ said cause will be tried on A LAUHB A:WELL 8BLKCTKD STOCK OF their I placing process July 26, 1866. SOTHOMAS I' ,
have health restored.
: RANSOM conveniently within the reach of housekeeper.A .
' every
' the Jaet*charged aaid U'Proided.'Tbat: a i COPER t
in Talla copy READY-MADE CLOTHING, Rome. August SOt 1855. largo supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin expelling Worms from.
'f thi..order.be published a newspaper At *
4 liasiee for the space of three months next before said Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear Qf Mr.. r signed i the above in mypreseoce. store. Persons wishing to supply them.eh'eullGuld I WHITE, the human

':' first Jfnpdaj., Done sod passed at Chambers, thie such as Cloaks.Talmas Coats,Vests, Pnnll-, Rome THOMAS PERRY, Pod Maltt/ apply immediately, ns the fruit season '*near at hand. I I Iron i system, has
SOlh 1855. and Sheet
which will be of at low August All Cans sold by the undersigned and warranted TV Copper
disposed priCK.Also
3rd December, : 1YJL dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been
Ware and
lt 1856.J. I snfe. P SLUSSER. ,
WAYLE3 BAKER,Judge. a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars administered,
., December 13, 1856. 50-3 Undershirts.Cravats Stocks, Hosiery, tc,
.\I desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their THIS is to certify that Co1 S. I. Harris, of Crawford Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he with the most satisfactory

. .r India Rubber Packing. 1 own interests by giving me a call as all the above ar- county, came to me te year 1851,with a Cancer I PianoFortes.. now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize
him in his line of business. He also tenders his thanks
f" DIA. Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses, from St j tides have been selected with great bre, and with a on his chin, of fourteen year standing,the chin- .IXTE afe prepared to furnish Piano to his friends, and the public generally for the very ? results to various animals .
I their thi"ft1arket.t boue and Ind all
ic to to glands become
w adaptation : much
16 to i inch, constantly ou haud at D. LADD. i special I Intva very I rrJ'TI1 Fortes, of the very best quality, liberal patronage with which he heretofore bUll
t October 18. 18l G. diseased, constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris
.1 Oct. 18. 185G. 42 ly-42 the most liberal terms. subject to Worms.
; Newport. ----- had been under the t'ntmrnt of eminent upon favored, and be 'hope* that' continuation of the same
\ many They are second to none iu- any country either a* will b. granUd him. ',

Ii.3 Executor's Notice. ; A. B. CLARKE physician, of Charleston, and among, and them also, was the the celebrated great Dr.Dr.Shepard Mur-- II to quality! or price. He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all 't The LIVER PILLS, for
,, Every Instrument will be warranted. of Ware his
. sorts | usually kept in an establishment of |
I slmll finnl shall, of Macon, who treated his cute twice without
months after d.ite present my ac MILES NASH & CO. the of
line business full
of A Sheet LIVER
I assortment Iron. cure
t I SIX ; flit vouchers to the Honorable Jii'Jje of I IS now receiving: his Fall and Winter Stock of removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Marshall February 23,1856. 8 Sheet Lead Lead Pipej Sheet Zinc Cistern COMPLAINT
.' Probate fur Jefferson County. as executor of John t Goods, suitable for I a he it-formed mo, the third time, and he rrfus ; ; Pumps
Johnson late of nil) County,.d'CeaseJ, aud ask for a HtfgiNS' WEAR : ed to do anything more for him. Scooafter that time '1..1.1n..1n.e. I and tion.a great many other articles too numerous to men ,f all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

I dismission and discharge as such executor.W. I Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I : TO BUILDERS. i I

.u .J AM ESIIINE3,qualified executor. !1 consisting in part of Fiench and English Cloths, CSM'I had made, and visited me at Griffin, as a last rt'/ort received 600 OrccKs Slllpll Quinine, i i, SICK HEADACHE
1 t November 22, 1856. 6m-47 | meies and Testings of all colors, and of the best quat.I i I commence d treating his case, and in six I JUST Bruilil, together with great variety : Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Couduatin
't' I j ity, which be is prepared to manufacture to order ou Cancer Mas all removed and the sore nearly healedTin's .- of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. Pipes Ac. all of which be promises to do in the most j &c.
: i the most reasonable terms and in the Most case was seen andwitnessed by more than five work-man-like manner and style, and of the beat ma (
14 I
:.i "Notice.ALL I FASHIONABLE MANNER hundred poisons. I have the Cnncfr now in mv pos- _Aprils._1856._ _. ._ __ __ '_ ,_ :I terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms t Purchasersvill

persnn having demands agiiut the estate o session aud any person can see it b) calling a my office I Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the last eight ymrs in | pleasebe ,

.s : .t Houclc,'w ill present them to the undersigned i Together with a geucVal assortment of in in Gnfhn. This case was witnessed by i SUPERIOR article for Table uw. Just received business nt this place he thinks it unnecessary to re- particular to ask for
administrator within the time prescribed by I READY-MADE CLOTHING THOMAS JONES of Oriflk. A by AMES & LIVELY. I commond hi'n'ielfany further to the public as regards I

law. or this notice will be plead) in bar of their recovery .i Dr. J. D. MARTIN, i. April 6. S856. 14 I hIS capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he J Dr. C. McLane's
f ; and all persons indebted are requested to make that will compare favorablyvjtb any stock of Cloth .E. W. WILSON, II __ assures nil that favor him with a call, good work and i Cele-

"J payment immediately. ing ever exhibited for sale in this city consisting of 1 CRENSHAW, I' Flower Jars. j jI cheap prices.Ilavmg [ brated

,. JOHN W. HOUCK: Admt"r.'f. Fine Black and Colored! Cloth anti Frock Coats, I I do ceitify, that myself, and many others, of this LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes : removed from the old stand formerly known | VERMIFUGE and

December 20.1856. Sl-8t Fancy Cassimcre and Beaver Frock at.d Business I place, were eye witnesses t the above stated case, i A Just received and for sale by I I as White Slusser, be will be found at his stand cor- j

.\: : Coats, ,!. aud that Mr. Harris: left perfectly welL AMES i LIVELY. ncr of 200 foot street, where he will he glad to waiL .i LIVER PILLS, prepared bycLVflVf1

1 Notice. j Black and colored C.oth: Beaver and Pilot Over- A. H. HATTON. April, 1S5I 14 : on nil his friend THOMAS WHITE.

f I Sack Surtouts, Griffin, May, I 1SS2. ,, Dec. 1, 1856. 48 ,
ALL persons having demands against the estate of I Raglan's Black aud Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere I PROVISIONS-plenty at last. --- 8f : i'\c; .

:: W. To\vnsen l, deceased, late of Leon i Pants, i -'VILLIAIP. LUSSER ;
To the Afflicted of all Conditions.I .
county,nre notified to present them to the undersigned I Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, I 70by BBLS. Flour, ,
t within the time prescribe by )la w.or the y will be barred. Fancy Velvet, Cassimere, Silk and Cashmere tI<., I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with 8 Casks Bacon Sides and Shoulder7. : Ta,11ahassee, Fl.a. ; SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -
and all indebted arc requested to make payment I White Silk d., a Cancer ou my upper lip! which caused me pain in 2 Duffield's Ham, ;

Jmmediatelr.persons : Gents' Shawl, Dressing Robe, Fine Shirts, Silk, I I j describable. After trying the akll of all the mutt 10 Bbls. Mess Pork, MANUFACTURER OF COPPERTIN AND SHELTIKON I; Pa. and take no

L. M. WHITE, Adnifr. Cotton and Merino Under shirts, j eminent Physicians that I could : of, and that 2 Lard and 10 kegs uo. ; WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I I ,

" f December !, 18:6. 51-8w i Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. t j without relief. I gave up my caso as hopelee and, a 4 Molasses, 20 do. Rectified Whiskey, I I DEALER 'IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNEDWARE. I other as there are various
j I I thought, with death eUriiuy me in the f,ce. But for- 10 Sugar 4 do. Trench Biscuit.: For sale ,

Notice. I -ALSO- I tunatelv! for me, I beard'of Dr. W. R. Moseley'a great McNAUGHT, ORMOND t CO. :. I other

I A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and !uccs!in the treatment of this disease, and as a lattI 1 ov. 8, '56. 45 Stove H-cad-Quart preparations now
t 4t LL persons hat'in;* demands nja'nsl the estate of Satin Stocks Ties and Ci a vats. Collars colored and I resort I placed myself under his treatment, and in one A SPLENDID assortment Cooking., Parlor ;
j before
.1-1. John R. Blrtfkledjje late Jefferson county deceased white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck nnd Lisle Thread i mouth from the time he commened, I was perfectly India Rubber Belting.I I I 3 and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness the public,.pur

I will take notice that they must present them I j do.. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and i sound, and have been soccer since. LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting, of S and durability, at reduced prices.

t.4) the undersigned duly authenticate nithiu the time j i Silk Handkerchief, Brown and Fnucv Cotton, Lisle i ELIZABETH JI KS A two, three and four ply warranted fully equalto I Out Door Work. porting to be Vermifugeand

prescribed by law. or this notice w ill be plead in bar :j I Thread and Marino \ Hose A", itc. CALL AND Butts Cuuuty, Ga, May 27, 181. Leather, and 75 cent cheaper ; iu fact con,id- :
of their recover; and all persons indebted to said per I Roofing Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering, Cop Liver Pills. All
'I F BUY. erfd by those who have tried Ihcai, superior to Leather. I!
notified make immediate and Tin !
estate are hereby to Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet
pay October 18, 1856. 42i Horrible Case of Cancer C red All sizes from 4 to. 14 inches wide, I per I I
anent to tLe undersigned. '___n __ ___ ____ __ I it constantly | Zinc, Lead Pipe, Patent Cistern Pump Shop work I others in
THOMAS O. ODER, AdminUtrator.Nov. BY DR W. R. MOSELEY, l D. on hand by D. LADD. i' of every variety done at fihoit notice. comparison

.v .29. 1856. Sw-ts : FALL MILLINERY. I I do certify I was for many years bodily nfilicj -Newpert. Oct. 18, 1856.. -- 42 -.-- ;j!' City and Country Merchants I .with Dr.
j i ted with Cancer on my Lip nnd Chin, I tried all the MCLANE'S, are
A Notice.ALL i i i 'IRS. DAVIS has opened and will be re .' remedies I could hear of, but found no relief. I finally Town Property for Sale. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur

. ( 1 \ by express throughout the season, the 1 heard of Dr. W. R. ) great success in the r!"IIE undersigned offers at private sale, the followJL !I chasing elsewhere. i worthless. >
V persons having claims against the estate o I latest and most fashionable styles of lo8pleya i f N. B. All articles manufactued from the i
treatment of Cancer and visited him at ing described property, known as the Jrat i iot Lots, j very
,. 'On Boatvvnzht) deceased, late of Leont. PARIS MILLINERY, Griffin, and in the course of six weeks he had the Can viz : IxUN,'!. S, ?5, 27, :W, 4S, HO, 141, 142;- 143, I i iIU I best material and warranted durable. No other arti' The GENUINE McLane's'Vermif1ie
county are hereby notified to present them to the cer all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted 226, 227. 235. 22-J.240, 241, 242,2-13,24.1.245, le will be offered for sale.

t undersigned Admin strator within the time prescribedby j' Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers; also a rich selection I I with the disease, to uit him and have their health 24S, 246. 250, 252, 253. 254, 256, 257, 258. 258, all tan I October 20, 1865. 42 and Liver
law or this notice ill be plead in bar uf their re- of Dress Trimmings, with a variety cf\Dress and -
j restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most tLe original plan of the city TalUhasiee. ---- -- --
c.very and all indebted are requested to I Cloak Patterns. Bonnets, Dresses, CloaTja Heal-
person skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. LIFE INSURANCE.
make payment immediat ty. I Dresses, te. made to order. Bonnets bleached: preosed -ALSO- ; Pills can now be had at
: ,. B. J. R. BOATWRIGHT. Adm'r. I, and fbapes altered. Orders from the country -. Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin, On. Dr. J. Lots Noa. 1,2,3,4, *, 6, 1, io S County qr.ALSO THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO

I _,-Y. !9, 1856. 48-8 wExecutor's !I faithfully and promptly filled The ladies of TalLibassee Y. M. Puckct, Harris county, Texas Greet ; i I ACCCMOLATXB CAF1TAL.... .'I.000.000. ail respectable Drug
; Bishop
----- -- aud vicinity are solicited to call and examine I Company issues policies on the lives of
Giiftiu, Ga.Scl..hns. Lots N 's. 4. 12. 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 1"UIS
at the huue known as Mrs. Girard'n, the for Stores.
f Sale. opposite in the ,' ene or more years or for the
62 South i Serllf\DS
I'I'Y Episcopal Church, Monroe street. I County quarter. whole ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM.
VI TILL be so'd t<, the hi.h tbidlerou the four hI ov.l U I! Brca ran be Cured TIle above described! property formerly belonged Dividends declared to the insured FLEMING BED'S "-

l' )" : January next, at the Town of Alii ___ ____ _. ____ I LET THE PUBLIC READ 1 1L to Qov. Brown. For further information and terms, !' for life.PUIT on policie i issued .

I fd, Colombia county, Florida, all the Negroes, i FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.' > mercy to the afflicted, and gratitude and high wh'eh' will be liberal,apply to .1..Perry Amaker, Esq I FEEEMAV 4 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA!
' and other Attorney at Law Tllllnhn Actuary.-MouUI FRANKLIN, Prea'ttr
property of John W. Lowe,(1I'CeIlSel', j GROWTH OF opinion I entertain Jf DR. MOSELEY a* a Surgeon I Sole Proprietor
. of 1855.RUTA CHARLES P.. MANNING. j Applications received in J
: >n isting four valuable Negroes, ZOO acres of land | and I'lnsicir.n I deem it duty mention the Tallahassee bv
my case
. tying near the White Spring iii Hamilton county, 160 I Hag, Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, le of my \'ifc. hoping at the fame time that all personssimilarly Until sold, the above property will be for rent. I January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. I SCOV1L ,

acres lym near lumbus in Columbia county. i i received, I afflicted may bo beuefitted by it. In the A. PERRY AMAKER. I No. Ill, Charter* St.New Orleans.
TERMS made known on the diy of'aV. ', AMES &: L1VELT. I first part of thN: year my wife had several unall lun'p February 16, I8. 7-tf AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. t General Wholesale agent for the Southern State, to

1 ASA A. STEW ART, )l E'i i, -January 1856. 1. to make their} appearance in her breast ; they coiitiu- ---- -- ---- -. ._--._"*: C\MTAL,. .. ,. . ,500,000. I item all orJ rs must De addressed.
JAMES JONtS, C !I! TurpentiFarmfa; ued increase in size, until the whole breast became Cod Liver Oil. I I Sold by Ames fc LiTel!! E. Barnard. Jr.. JCes
Decerobr U Sale. I undersigned, of the above f Nash & Co. Tallahassee. IlL J. S. M. Davioa,
:, 186. 50-td diseased nod Agent Company, ;
a mass, very painful. I procured the A PURE .f the celebrated Brands" lIe TIlE
Sale oul"eleven! hundred of land I FRESH I receive for and make insurance Gardner & Mill. W. T.
FOR acres !oI best medical aid in the city of Horne and notwithstanding Clark UCon d Rushton's. applications Quincy; Newport; Carpenter
: P. B. B rl 0 K.W' S. I with a small farm and improvclJ1en ,and the earnest and faithful attention of the most For sale by < AMES A LIVELY I against I loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings, ter t Wankeenah; Mosely & Pope. Mathsoa;
will be soW nt a b.inraiu. inquire of I skilful he continued !. Fnrniture.Merchandize. Palmer & Bro, Monticello. 8.Pulesen.! Mootietllo;
physieiaus, to worse and ApiilS, 185C. 14
LiVEBY AHA SALE STA1LES, JOHN U. RHODES or A. P. FCLLET. worse, until they gave the case PS grow incurable, and ----- January 19,1856. 3 B. C. LEWIS. W. Rogers & Co, Cbattahooehee; Baltzell i$ TALLAHASSEE Wakulla, Fla October 4, 185G. 40 up on, Marianna Nicholson k Zeigler, Bainbridge,Ga{
FLORIDA. _._ advised amputation. I was ad\5scd i by many of mv Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. T* I ;
--- -- -- Notice. D. H. Dickinson E. Tbomasville
visit Batnbndge ; Seixas
friend to DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin G.C. I
wjuld in OF the most LANIER
Proprietor CORN
i; {THE bis friends and the Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Blan- which I did, and astonishing as it may seem, he had 100 MILLS for sale approved by the Subscriber. These SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Ga.
I her cured iciihin iitnnth I and ,he of Probate iu and for the of Jefferson February 23, 185ft. 8-ly
'f public that be has rebuilt his. kets. : entirely one i* imtc Mills have been for some tune in use through this re county I -
': l huge Brick Stables the old in good health I! I would advise all who are afflicted and lower of I for letters Administration en the estate of .
at stand gion and
: and is -< A AAA YARDS assorted Kerseys lto.1 1 Ca part Georgia give perfect eat Blacksmithing.THE
: JW'I with Scirrhus, aud Cancerous affections, to visit the I Join Severs,late(I If said county, deceased.
i:1 prepared to accommodate hw friends and 1_ Plains, isracthn,grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise I I Undersigned
He also has attached to his Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied by experienceand in the with less than the JAMES SEVERS. ,
I Stables! a good Blick- l.GuO yards Wool and Cotton and Wool Linseys, day ordinary gm power applied forth.por-A
'I smith Shop where be will have have done all kinds of I' 1,000 pairs grey mixed and white Blankets, observation, that he U the most skillful physicianin to it. The maker furnishes a baud toput it up; Nov. 15, 1856. 6w-46 ,au__ > poe of carrying on the Blacksmithing .V
the Southern States,in the treatment of that horrible
Plantation work Horse shoeing} ,and Carriage work in 1,000 pairs Ru.set Brogans. and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Busmen in all its various branches. Particular -
disease Cancer.
j: tlie very best manner, and with promptness and die With Wool Hats Osnaburgs, and such like articles WILLIAM Call nnd examine them at D.LADD'S. Notice. attention ia given to Carriage and Spring Work

f pa1f.l: for Plantation 'in any quantity, byD. M. E. MITCHELL MITCHELL, April 21. 1855. 16 I SIX months after date I will present my accounts and to laying Axle of all kind'of Vehicle Tie
r November 5, I 853. H ----- -- ---- vouchers Aduiimistrator the estate of Bro-
LADD. as on shop ia convenient to the Livery Stable of P.B.
J W.:
Oct. lQ. 1856. Lau'jhltr of Bradbury, Rome, Ga. O. McLeau, to the Hon. E. C.
Newport. 42 Notice. Hugh Love Judge of kaw, and special attention given to hbrse-sboelng
Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854. .
' A Fresh Supply of Cigars. Probate, for Gad den. County, for a final settlement, Firming implement of every description done to qr-

RECEIVED by late arrivals. Fr Livery and Sale Stable SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac. and apply for a discharge therefrom. der. P. B. BROKAW.

10,000 nest article inanutaetured-1O) per I ._-_n.a rf Ml BundersTgned gives uo- \ A OAB.D.ALL and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate ALEXANDER GREGORY, Admt'r. H. B. .

;' 1000. McDOUGALL Nov.mberl5,1856. I StaLlufWiIIiun of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at late of Charleston, bo. Ca., deceased and ask for a
40 _ thawed the Livery _
J __ __ dismisaiou from administration : Wines GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
____ H N eW60m,in TallahaiUee.together with the bisINFIRMARYBROADWAYGRIFFINGEORGIA. my. of said rstnt Syrups, Ac.OLD :

j. One 45 Saw Gin. I I good l will of the establishment, and that ho is now I JAMES BETTNER. I Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, I II -0--
. J| prepared to carry on the business in all its lirpmhe', I Patients boarded at $1 per day, or 116 per month. October 18, 56. 42 I Port, Old Port Juioe, I DR. T. J. CUR LEE
SALE, a &* d hand OIN of above ,
) size ha FEES in all be
, FOR and promises the public with gvod accommodations case agreed upon before under ; Madeira, Brandy Cherries,
! only used to gin SO bales Cotton, sn.l as I, in his liue on reasonable! fenn. i: taken. No case will be received into this csl Lli..L. Drugget, Carpeting and HearthRn I Sherry Sardine, I Practicing Deitiit,

101. g.dl new. For pale low by ; KICHARD) SATTNDRFiS_ ___ I meat unless it is believed on examination: that. it oan Rn Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, j THOMASVILLE GA and M MONTICZLIO
--------f. ,
t McNAVGIir, ORUOND & CO. : un I _._ .., _._ _. _t _.1: r .S ii __ I 'n -- p.-- IN
I N. B-James T. Hen ing u my duly authorized I uc cuicu, uf uiuijiL UI iriici. in ;4t5 11jcuitru Will I -c Flavoring Extract, Pears, I MADISON, FLA., and their respective and
\ November 8, 66. 45 I invariably bu charged f 5. for cxaminiation and "civlct'. FINE LOT Bnueels two and three Ply Wool
___ agent and has: entire control of the business, reprc Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, adjacent counties. He insert any number' Artsala -
I -- -- I seuting me r.s fully as if I wo ppr'mnjly) present.KICIIARDSACNDKIIS.,. I Atllcuc-r-. fntitki them to notice, must enclose Carpeting. Also a few pieces Wool and Cotton Spanish Olives, Spices, Teeth from ONE to a FULL ictt. 'on the late*!
1- Carriages, Buggies, and Harn-ess, I ,i a"st U 111 1'/' for the paymentf pOitag't' mid he direc-: do., and fine Hearth Rug and Drugget for sale right Corn Starch Pickles I improved principle giving them that beantiful life
Sep. 6,1856. 3G teJ to \V. U. MOSELEY D, D. LADD. Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil like which Nature
l' For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. j I Griffin Newport, Oct 18, 1856. ..12Executor's I appearance approaches to nearly
Georgia. i English Mustard, Capers, I as to challenge detection by the closest observer.
t. THE Subscriber just received I'I'f I Dissolution of Co-Partnership. I February 23, Ifc56. ly-8 -- -- I Claret, Cocoa, Persons needing Dental operationson their NATURAL

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: large supply of Carriages, partnership hnrttofore existing bet ween John -- h Notice AMES & LIVELY. J Teeth and wish him to 'perform theffi;canby

-k for .Buggies, and Harness, which be offers I THB Broome and Robert Heir in the weighing, storage MILES NASH & CO. SIX mouths after date, I will present to the lIon. January 5,1856.Circular. I applying soox;have them done at following prices1

-a.", November sale on, the most reasonable term Mil selling cotton business.: i it' this day clH*.>lved I Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. Court of ,Gadsden county, my account I I which will be found to be MUCH lower than DM ever
18, 1854. 46 by mutual consent BROOME & HEIIf.Aujustll and vouchers, an executor of the estate of Jobu W. & Upright Saws. been offered in this section of country befor, to-wit:

Mackerel and I 1856. 3-J I JUST received from New York per bark R.II.Oem Malone, deceased, and at the same time apply for a
I Herring. I n general .iifsoitment of articles in our line,, final dichaig from the further administration of said HOE, 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on band and for I and $2 50, varying according to sue of cavity said
to\ A FEW HALF BBLS.each No. 1 )!.ck-rel Bt.d : I such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluiu, estate. THOMAS MUNROE. sale by D. LADD I amount material used r Extracting teeth,in ornci
't Herring', direct from the Fisheries. F >r sale at I New CoPartnershiu.RO White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window aiMs of r Quincv', October 11, 1856. 416mGeorgia N wPort.Noy.3.1865.(4 only 50 cents-out of office II.

a Ijw rate by i ERT HEIR AND JOHN P. COJ F&",:'this best quality.. Putty Uruahcs, Potash, Soda Sparkling -- -- ---- I His suez for a full upper or lower sett of Ueth ea

i; McNAUGHT. ORMOND CO. lay formed n C/'pilllkrihip in the business of GdatlU,,J.nudou Mustard, French Brandy (very best,) I t ri.svz.witb CONTINUOUS GUMS if Demarjia)
j. Novembers. 1856. 45 vtizLirg. storage ti.I ..I.ill'l ;ittiHi.nod nleo to make for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper. Lemon Syrup,, Military Institute Burning Fluid only $6 per tooth and pt rfid satinfaclion gaanoud

__ -- l ll'jtral advances on cotton scut to tiir! can. i Inks Quinine, Peruvian Dmk. Fluid Extract Buchu.tc M EI.XETT A, G-A.. OF a superior Quality, Just received and forsale in every instance.

LIME. HEIR 4 k GOLFS.Angnst &., and a general assortment of Popular Patent -_lwp'iHE by AMES & LIVELY. Those desiring his services. io any povdeol tie

J,: BBLS. Lime, fresh and in good 1 order,just I 14. 1550. 33 I Medicines., We ki-ep none but the \ery best and I first term of the academic year at thi Institution iJay31,1856. %2. above named counties or any other SACOOQ of ctmtaj
; 10". landed and for sale byiMcNAUGHT I' hope to merit yo.t.r patronage. I commences on the 20th of July, and I I can upon applicatioD by letter to ,either o/tie bore
k ORMOND & CO. Tax Collector's Sale. MILES NASH, t CO. ends on the 20th of December. The second term DR. R. N. GARDNER named Poet Office,or otheTFiMjrtctive yrorrri HtentioD.

i: November 8. 1656. 45 BY virtue of I he authority in me vested by law, I I I _March n_ -_ __29, 1856.____ ____ 18 commences 20th of on the 20th of February, Dud coda MI the OFFERS his professional services to the eitixeo I 1 .

will expose for sale at the town of Ridleysvillc, I July. and surrounding country. Office -
White Pine Lumber.! Corn and Cob The a. S a a a b i a:
in the county of Liberty, within legal hours on the Crusher amount appropriated to the Institute by the at Centreville. I i

9t FEET \TLite Piue Lumber,assorted suitaUeJorjCabnet first Monday in February-1857, al the lands in said / 1 RANGER'S Corn Legislature of Georgia, at its last session iou been Sep. 20, 185ft 28 I JvD4 ,Coti oa.'Qeorp.'
2 patent and Cob
0 Crusher _
I r
jf t .JJakere. Sash and Blind ila- county known M Forbes Purcluisc" assessed as the \Jf have taken the expended in erecting additional buildings i, There I Hop.LL.Szwiu, t '
,. ken or Juir Work.. Not often each a lot for sale property of the Trustees of the Apalachicola Lrvml ( Cob Agency for the sale of these superior will, therefore, be accommodations, at the beginning Circular Saw Mill Agency. I ITHE JUDGI LOU,. 1hi.G:
Lere. : McNAUGHT ORMOND | Crushers unequaled it is said to any in of the next term, for fifty Cadets io additun to one [ /.8. WOOf, Z Q, )f
& CO. muoh
C.: ; Company, (r so ni may bo sufficient to the Co ntry. A strckof these Crushers, will bu on hundred and the undersigned has the agency for the sale of !
thiity, DjliroiTH :
number. W. S.
1' 1ov.. 86&, 45Lumber. pay the State and County Taxes assessed thereon for hand'early this coming Fall. Prices low, considering The of studies present .Herrick'i ,Improved Circular Saw Mil," Eaq,
vry course nnd system of instrnetion I C. GJu-Esq.. I .
L. of the sale.year 1856, together with Wot the costs mid expenses great saving in feed. $45 (55 f 65 each I and discipline are modelled after the West Puin|plan consisting of three size for'42.48' and 82 or 54 Inch Melin W.Jr. J.BCDD. f loatlceD..J'I&
G. ROBISON, for these sizes. Prices uniforn Saw The, CircuUrt I
throughout the are decidedly the best in
-the nse,
county. to insure
beiug to
purpose a young man a thoroughly Col. E. E. Bucxrcsv. J
t. Tax Collector, Liberty Co. I For further particulars call ami examine for having several improvements the "
\XTEuYeon hand Five or Six hundred Thousan I Oct. 'M. youreelv I scientific and practical education to develop over Page"essay Jsnuary 12, 1856. 1.d&moJ .
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\.;. T' left or good SEASONED LCMBEE, of every dis : so soon as a stock fur a sample arrives. his physical strength, and to teach him to be punctual other Patent in use ,The cost is about 1800, |350, .-

cription,.which will!-be delivered ia Tallahawe low.- Removal of Indians I D. LADD. l, systematic, industrious, and economical in bie hab and 450 for various sizes according to extra carriage, '
;, Those wishing Lumber carfaddress us at Centreville. Newport, July li, 18M. 27 do. For further particulars apply to db ,Ll.ve1"r

4 Bills sawed at short notice. 'l'IJE l War Department hating authorized a per Its.The Faculty consist of six professors, (all of them DANIEL LADD. TALLAHA8SEE.FLOBtD I

ri.:.r A. R. COMBS A 00. ( reward for firm ; Indian, who maybe Administrator's Notice. southern mea) The Superintendent, and the Commandant Newport, Fla, November S. 185C. 44 Whole**!* and Retail 'la

.Sept 27. 1856. 89 ctptured or induced to come in for emigration, premiums are graduate of the U. S. Military Academy tt' =
for hostile Indians delivered to the Commanding SIX mouths after date, I will exhibit my accounts at West.Point NOTICE. DRUGS LID )

Circular Saws., Officet at Fort Brooke, Fort Myers, Fort Cupron or uJ vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Gads- Expenses,for board. tuition, fuel light aid wsbin SIX months after date the undersigned administra Perfumery, Dyeat 1 8Qrgira r=iets "

; A GRIFFITH'S and Fort Dfllo! South Florida will be paid by the undersigned den county as administrator, in right ray-wife, of per terra, in advance, $112 60 on the estate of James Holderness\ deceased, Spices Snuff, Window Qhu*,J>ajatf,
r.. WELCH Saw from HOE & GO'S at the following rates: the enfato of John Ingram late of said-county deceased Expenses Surgeon.fee, per annum, $5 00 lute of Leon county,will file her account and vouchers Oils,Vanishes.Putty MaaujcluradTobsac. ,
for salt at ,commwioo 42 to 64 i inches sire, constantly For each warrior living, ,. .. .. ,$250 to f 500, end apply for a final settlcme.it and dis- For further particular, or for a copy of the R+gu. and apply tq the Judge of Probate of Leon coun and'Gla'a* Ware, Patd1t adki**. ': .'

i" bf a on manufacturer'sprice woman .-. p. .. 150 to 300.I' charge from the administration of said estate. lations of the Institute. apply to Col.. A. V. Btrxnr ty for a discharge from said administration. Fine Soaps, FiDe Tooth. PaN WID. and

December 1656. D. LADD. boy over ten year* liring.. 100 t. 200.) LEWIS D. JONES, Adm'r. Superintendent, or to A.J. HANS ELL, ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS, Admfx. and Hair BrcsLea, forlfedfcana pwpc***,
I: Utwport 61 The highest rates for ail but the Infirm and helpless In right of his wife. Sec. of Board of Trustees. Nor. 8. 18M. 4
: ana* for these Dot less than above. S"pt, 13. 185G. 37-6in December 6. 1856. 49SmNotice. Garden Qeeda, TIDe Ba'azta$epa.' .ii J
4s'. Fresh Bice, I JOHN: C.; CASEY:.Captain U. 8.A. Administrators Notice. They have roeeotlj l received a Lvgirupplyot ei&J4

\f ', 1U8T reedred direct from Charleston. 50 whole Fort Brook*.'Fla* Oaf$, "U.473m ,The Union Bank of Florida IT of articles BtttaT 1it ::1if
s.: ,' J anJIulftUiceaBict. Forul.rgbtby ] SIX month after 4ateT sbsU-pre.j my-accounts drnggiaU. 'PlanUr and Piyafciam Will Iwsy. :JfI
D. LADD. TO Rheumatics & Others. Smallwood va. P. Allison and}( Leon Circuit Court- SIX weeks after date the undersigned' will apply voucher to she H.: Judge of hobat 'fur/ at thw sa&thlishtnerot: a.fbU ropply.f tirjAlf( aM'
.Chancery the
1'.N.wport. Honorable Judge of Frobateof Leon Leon County M the adminUtrator' of the ettate.of B. dd. ont mod .
Dooember 20, 186.. '61 others. and. liberal&im ') ,, : >-<
*: .npO all pjjroo *uffrnDg/roruRh unwt'<5 Complaint: county; f5r letter administration upon, the estate S. Hay ward deceased and ask for rf final discharge Order*,fromU> ''Cbaotrj 'ij.J.I
we oner ajpositiv*remedy, iu J.,',Stimulating IT appearing t to the Court, by affidavit made b (this of Antonio Botolo, deceased, late of Loj county; from administration. { jruaraaUed rbsJJaa.Iu1
; on ,
50,000 Havana Segai T". Liimrnt., U aUrea'effectual. ", in Ute permanent that the above named defendant. Smallwood R'A.SHINE. : THOMAS..II.TW ARD, Adm'r. "' iaJi #

ALL peraoM'wlto lor tounolt*.good SEGARS euref.Vhrptia Rheumatic, d Tlioiutod' P. Allwoo, resides out of the State of Florida and in December 13, 1856. -w' July26, 1859. .34ITotiqe)- a" Alao.Eppoxr'tcoespeaod 'JaW- iI'._
the Uuited
.bare States: It uordered! and decieed the
; .0. 00 doobt lee rcacwid from aa,untimely deathbjJlMio that -
fiad Ihem toeetlu with .
4D ,
aom*choke, Tor' ** of thi great retndjr_ aid Smallwood Allison <3 lo appear and fflead! ,or -"iF
i'i6h < -p
nd ..tf o.!
SpwUli smoktos rrO3AOO the Gwynn: t :
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!. :1non uf Drug l* For 1&1. by,DT2aMgeuatatr ncI at Wholesale answer the bill of,complainant. filed in this cause, : L ; : n ,1 '

:1.. --lV'. 9 .It__. ini. AME2&LIVZLY.. and! EetaiLbyJUm 1 4 MVELY. within. four months from the date of I he publicationof OFFERS his services to persons'wishing to enter A.,LL pentona having demands against ib- ,taUUJT3L .' i""',
t. .,1J. this or-'er. the alt bill -
or of
t. : TalWiauee.Msy $ .l . county ,*ijl
. 2 --- ttken for confessed against him. And it i Ii further Warrants, I C
..-, .-. or .otheqrtWyiHA, pill! also give prompt take notice that they moat present them to th-nnderfc
.":. h' C.KeAUST'j: .' Havana CliarsJtST / ordered, that'this order be published once n week in attention to such) bmluen is. may be fotrosted to )him signed duly authentiotUd within UM Urn; prescribed
' -t lt' a newspaper' printed in Tallahassee, fur ,the space of l ID either.bf the pthor' 'oflfele*In'the, CapitoL 'Charges bj hir tW ootlce U
.a PfDe J. t* the ? of Ntwt rtceiredper B.H. Gumblt I.000, t#t qnal four ttxmtu' will be or will, plwd ib bar of their r i
t I.u'J; t'l'Wall 'tt-irm | -'.. JeCotTellpQtK1inrW. pertor ned cotery;', and all Mai'iadejbtod to', Aid ,..sttesz
:... t.la 1f& '.od&uth_ tIgsra; ,Q.tr and frr-tbem- Passed in open Court- ,this ?8c1.1 Oct.1W56 I Being Deputy iq the 8hit ,LaDa 0c. ':'h.]0/c
: ... tur'a."v.u : .. .11fcOOUOALJ, d, (, DT.ufJ J. WATTLES DAKER/JtJg: *. ill make no charge for bui. ea. in tt>M.D.p..rtmtot ? ,- .. TL C/OBIS8ETT A dr.t. tWCkt.
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