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 31, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00523
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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AFFAIRS.- do. Flour, 28 sacks Corn, half 1 I and Alafia Swamps. You will immediately order such force from I Gen. Carter to Lw.uL F. W.Durranc. I :' p

: your command as Jour strength will justify, to such points as you SPECIAL Aoir Ncy, State of Florida, ,1
1, : deem most to intercept thorn, or find their trail and Tampa, May 26th, 1856.
Frra Gen. Carter: to Lieut. B. W. Cr.ws bbl. Pork, 2 bbl:*. Flour, bag may likely pur \
SIR-!It is necessary that you should report to me in person, whIchJOU
18 sacks Corn, 2,( 'l7 Ibs. : sue.
.SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) result of All the commands will do at earliest convenience. t
: detachment engaged in I You will report the your pursuit. : on your
Tampa, April 2Sth, 1850. \ I Dr. Braden has not been 1 1I ; this line of frontier have: been notified and ordered to pursue these J.v authority of the Governor.
:'IR-I am in possession <>f n small amount of State stores, is not getting along well. j: marauders. JESSE CARTER;: ,
wilload! 3 to 4 teams for your company at any time sent in. I I : Respectfully, your ob'dt serv't, Special Agent, & :. I

tin: has now arrived when every man in service should be at his ] j Respectfully, your ob'dt serv't, JESSE CARTER. Lieut. F W. Durrance,
and actually employed scouting on the frontier. An order to 1 JESSE Special. Agent, &c. Fdrt Broom Fla.
died was issued from this office on the 12th inst., to all S. A. State Capt. F. ;M.\ DURHAM'S, Fort Frazier, Fla. -
of companies in service of the State, and if not conmlunicated Fla. I Gen. barter to Lieut.B. W. Crswi. '
you by your Captain, you will on receipt of thi:11'11 every : From Gen. Carter to Capt. A. D. Johnston.COPY. ? SPECIAL AGENCY, State of FloridaJ' 1 ,
(\1 your company, not now employed with tho Captain! South, to Tampa, May ijCth. 1856. J +
j port: In you: at your company: station without delay, properly Carter to Lieut. 1-'. W. Duirancc.coiv. I [ .] SIR-I am in receipt i of jour' communications the; 21st, 23d '
for eiiicient service. You: have in the absence of yon: Captain [ .] SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida I ) and 24th insL, and in reply deem It a very hard ijXse( that the inhabitants ,
men! under your command, thirty of which at least, will be on SPECIAL AGENCY, State of l Tampa, :May 17th, 185G. \ who have shared the preference in the State's service should

at your station, and in scouts every day in such numbers you Tampa, May 7th, G E\TI.EIE\-I am in receipt of your communications of the 2nd refuse to sell? on the faith of the StateVich t supplies! as they have to .
deem proper. The t o men you: will dispose of among the T of your communication of the I and 7th inst., and, in reply, acknovvledge pleasure in their perusal. spare; and such as the State's troops engaged in their protectionmust
cants on the l.mmeJu\te frontier, at points regarded most( the following stores lir Captain I I appreciate the tone of your letters.!' They are in the right spirit, consume. With the present limited means within the controlof
keeping' up daily scouts! and holding themselves subject to your I and shall be transmitted to thC Executive.. I need not add that I the Executive for supplying the State's forces, such refusal mutt

der at a moment's warning.Should ; barrels of Flour ; 1 bag of : ; | am assured the reputation of the State in its military interest at the result in disbanding the Volunteers. _
any disobey orders or refuse to render service *YOU 1: Cypress is in good hands, and will! be preserved with pride audi I have no funds in\my possession with which to supply you to .
note the time, discontinue: issues and report to this (lfli(.: I (\' you that until my order of i j honor. purchase corn, but wiln submit your application to his Excellency
again: admonish; you to exercise great vigilance}: and energy in stoiesvill be delivered I I have seen Col. :Munroo relrttivo to your request} and! hope you the Governor.
discharge of duty, and it is hoped you \\'IlIlIIspire your men CapL I lJe dricls' company, will receive full ration of grain during the remainder of your stay You will evacuate your present station and fall back upon the immediate
M.nihr sentiment and action. Keep: me advised of our !)toot :: lh, I shall deem it my South. line of frontier settlement, occupying $uch position as will
authority of the t Governor, live them red skins bullets before you return. I shall probably enable yon to render best protection to the inhabitants, and from

JESSE CARTE. Respectfully your ob't. svt., visit you before leaving the Cypress. which you may most conveniently operate against the enemy. .You
8pC'l.ialgl'ut. JESSE .\ Capt. Bradley was attacked on the night of the 14th, with the will continue to keep out scouting ptfrtles regularly! and report your
Lieut. U. W. CCETV,, Ft. Carter, Fla. loss of two children. Capt.: Durrance's train was taken today at proceedings under this order.

:\(' :, Simmon's Hammock, with the loss of Starling and son and Roach. Your commander will be at .his pbst in a few days, whose api'ro-
( Florida. All the troops arc in motion. val of your selection of a station, on the line of settlement; Will be
Ii"cm flen.Carter to Capt. F. M. Duinuicv.SriiiiAL .
Respectfullv and truly, necessary. _
AGUM-Y, State of Florida, ) JESSE CARTER, I can load three to four waggons with subsistence and forage for
Tampa! April 2Sth, 185G. $ Carter to Capt. F. SI. Duiraucc. Special Agent, &c. your command at any time you may) see proper to send them in.No .
SIR-I am in lyceipt of your communication of the 27th in SPECIAL AGENCY; State of ? I Captains A. D. Jon.\srov and late news with us here. .

and, in !icply, han loaded your three wagons in part with : Tampa, :May lOlli!., "'. II. KENUUICK. By authority of the Governor.i;
as per invoice herewith enclosed. I have not subsistence: on of yours of the 8th, and also JESSE CARTER: i

VUiiake up the load! entire. I have no salt on hand: and could Special Agent, &c. .
I From Gea. Carter to Lieut. F. W. Durrance
t get it, and nails none. I have ordered salt, which will soon disappointed in engagements for Lieut. B. "'. Crews,
Itere. 1 have purchased: fir your command about two I : !haul. from this point. I send [COPY.] (''ortt ')'. X o. 5; Fort Carter, Fla. 9
bushels of corn at the planta'iou! of Mr. Cross, Alafia( and a I be furnished until supplies! SPECIAL, ;AGENCY, State of Florid-i, )l ,
will!! be there to deliver it upon the receipt of notice here of the : expected IIOI \\'. Tampa, :May\ 17th, 1850. $ From Gen. Carter tu his Excellency, Jarnck. D. Brocrni.
year teams can be there. I I to write you relative to SIR-At 8 P. M. last evening I received, through tho kindness of [COPY.] i J

Accompanying this is a note to :Mr. John Hooker, which you i It the following calculations, by !. Capt. Thos. C: Ellis, information of the attach on Capt. Bradley by SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) t
forward to him. It is to hire his team regulaily, which you thu Indians: on the night of tho 14th inst., detailing the melancholy Tampa, May 27th, 1850.) J
take with :Mr. Hagler's; + and Mr.!\ Seward's, into the service of J i $5 per day, and feed teams, ; result. Capts. Lesley, Addison, Hooker, Durrance and Sparkman l SIR-1 have the honor to t acknowedge the receipt of your communication -
I company, as also one more 4 horse ort mule team, provided I each!., at $4 per day, were immediately notified and required to ord r from each com- Cf the 10th insL, embracing extracts from Capt. Wright's ff
can be )procured. The pay I have adopted for 4 horse teams I drivers, mand such force as their strength would justify to such points as letter to you, relative to the evidences of Indians in the Gulf and Sq- '
regular employ is %j>3 per day: and forage. I wish your train to I they would be most likely to intercept them or discover their trail, wannee Hammocks, a copy of which is transmitted in obedience: io ;
fit: of 4 teams, 1 horses each. Two hone teams are not (>t1 I $ presuming they would take a Southerly direction.It your request The State's forces' on the frontier will be notified of
and should not lie cmploj-ed. Supplies sent you from this otlice teams earn but half the i is presumed that you are already in pursuit, with such portionof I this intelligence anti warned to vIgilance/ and activity in their reconnoisance. i+ f
the 12th and 23d insL have not been vouched for. A simple I case in loading Acne, then it I your command required by the emergency, and will Continue I .

ceipt in triplicate! sending me two and retaining one copy, is paid that of four horse! to wit: pursuit while there is hope of success.If Since early in January last to the present day, active and efficient sI
that is required.! This voucher should be given far nil I : not already done, on receipt of this! notify Lieut. Crew, at I mounted scouts have been constantly employed on the line of frontier' !
and that used the road should! account for '. issued in I obd't t Fort Carter, of the of Indians on the frontier. You will
on you ( v "\ Respectfully} Jour serv,; I presence I from the Gulf, near Sarasota to Orange County, and no party of Indians t tr
abtfc'ict of issues. I JESSE (, detail such detachment from your command as may bo justified by I hate been kno-Jvn to have passed that line.at any time: whose t
:Xo\y, Captain, I sincerely regret that material cause of cOlllp' Special 'its present strength and circumstances, and place them at the disposal return South has not been ascertained with certainty, except.the .
agdinst; you should! rxisL My communications and orders] are I :\ i:, of Capt. Bradley, after consulting with him fqr the protectionof I attacking Capt. Bradley and the train on the 14th and 16th fast's.party ;
acknowledged and vouchers not given for supplies furnished Frazier, Florida. that settlement, until further ordered. You will report to me
:: I It h believed that that party is now in the Hillsborougb Swamp/and. :
ports of service. Hat> of details, accounts of purchases, Arc., not m.. 'I'I'i i! your proceedings under this order, with list of detail for Capt. Bradley I it will be thoroughly scoured in the 6o&rse of this week. Under these 4

i am, therefore, compelled to notify you, that until these duties Gen Carter to Gov. Droonic.corv. i at your earliest convenience.My I facts it is to my mind remarkable that the Indians should be "in eon.,
;formed, no further delivery of supplies or communications can 1 I [ .] : order of the 7th !inst. has not been acknowledged. You will siderabU forte. ia the region ofSmvannee. Cot l\fttnroe left yesterday ,

snaiie to ..\-ou 'rent this olllcc: and 1 must pursue that course SPECIAL AKM-Y, State of 1 I I acknowledge it and report your proceedings rein-your present I for Fort Myers to return in a day or two1. He recd your com i'

by duty. Tampa, May Hth, ( 'I strength and position-without delay. muncalion? in my office before leaving, as also that addressed to him, .
By authority of the Governor, By authority of the Governor, I which will be acknowledged on his return. You_will see by refer. I '
of communication of limo
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JESSE CARTER.Sp'l your JESSE CARTER, ence to my communication of the 19th, tranBmitting the requisition
.\t. State of Fh. an addition of eight men I Special Agent, &c. I for foot volunteers, your suggestions have in part been anticipated. >a
Capt. FRANCIS M. DtR1 XeJ:, on tho 7fh( inst. Your I Lieut. F.T.. DiRRANtE, Fort Broome, Fla. I fear yon will meet much difficulty in organizing foot troops at this '
been presented, recruited in I
Mt'dVol'trs Xo. 3, / i for grfch service at the
ComMg Comp'y
season, present infantry pay. t
I the of I
regarded discharge From Gen. Carter to Gov. Uroome.COPY. : .
Fort Frazier, Fla. : Respectfully ob'dt serv't '
your h
and loss of time, as a great .
i [ ]

Morn Gen. Caiter: to Captaius Keudiick and} Juhn ton. For'l believing quiet, and it the would troops ivceivo healthy}* Ilill.borough'I I! SPECIAL AGF.'iC'Slate: of Floiida+ Special CARTER Agent., r
4 P. M. His i Excellency! James! E. Broame
SPECIAL AGENCY, Slate of Florida, ) letters from Captains J I Tampa, May 17, 1856.I :: ; ,
Tampa, April 2StIm,1856. \ aro in the ri ht1il"it.. I SIR-I hive: this moment received information of an attack by tho Tallahassee, Florida. i
Imi.ms, at noon today, upon a train of three wagon*, under n'n escort -
tr.\TLEux-I; am in receipt of your joint communication of i Federal of 3 to 4 men, in the immediate ,vicinity of Simmon's Hammock Gen. Carter to Gov. Broome. ;
that the ] Government
2ht ini>t., embracing number of men composing furnish Jour commands in in the work} of removal in about 13;] miles from this; place, in which two men and a boy, SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, r ,
the present expedition, which you will please a more : viz : :\Starling. and son and Mr. Roach, were killed.amid one man Tampa, May 27th, 1856.
in the Indian This is
tailed form. A list of of those the : country. i
names Indians robbed the SIR I have the honor to
aud ultimate removal. j aiH 1 a mule+ wounded. The wagons:: of the pro. acknowledge the receipt of your tree
desired separately.! : visioiH, ammunition, some arms, wagon covers, &c. They are estimated communications of the 7th inst., and have duly noticed contents.My .- .
: obd't y't }
I was much surprised to learn that my order of the IGth was JESSE your CARTER ser ,, 1 at 15 to 20, and! are doubtless the reheating party from Capt. order of the 16th ulL for 30 men from the command of Captain ;

received by you till the 21st. It was sent to Capt. Durrance I have E. BUOOMI:, Tallahassee. : Bradll>Y's. The troops are all in motion, and I hope to furnish you Francis M. Durrance, to serve south of Carloosahatchie for 30 days,
instructions to forward it to your camp without delay. I :a favorable; account of them" This train leti this office on top afternoon was acknowledged and executed on the 27th nil, on the day that .
thank you for your prompt compliance. A communication : : the second compiny of i of the IGth inst., with grain for Capt. Darrancc, Fort! Frazier. Captains Johnson and Kendrick reported at Fort Denaud. This i
date of the 2Gth inst, has been received at this office from Lieut. be well to receive them from : It is reported that the little escort made a gallant defence, but were movement was tartly, and was not made until I notified him that all '
lance referring to me for advice, Capt. Ivcndrick's order to him J. C I rcpul-ed. Mr. Starling and Roach were( members of Capt. Dur- further communications with him and delivery of supplies for his
10 men to join his command at Fort Denaud, and I have rauce's company. command would be suspended for your instructions. Under all thecircnrnsfances .
advisable to retain them on the frontier. Such inductions as Carter to Capt. F. M. Durrance. Respectfully; your ob'dt serv'f, believing future good will result from i it, I have re- .
deemed advisable for the of the frontier in [co I'\".] I
most protection your JESSE CARTER.His tamed a copy of your commun z Han? and forwarded the original to
fcence, have been given to Lieutenants Durrance and Crews. SPECIAL AGENCY, State of : ) Excellency! James E. Broome, Captain Durrance. ,
on the line of interest s nee your departure. With best wishes Tampa, May KHh, $ Tallahassee, Florida. Messrs. E. G. Rogers Sc Co. }have written explanatory apolo .

Miecess: in your efforts, of your! communication of : gising( for the condudt of the steamer Vanderbilt," which I feel tc I
I am, respectfully, jour ob'dt wrv't, as per enclosed invoice, for From Gen. Carter to Gov. Broom called upon to accept and hope you will approve. By the steamer '
JESSE CARTER, receipt for 40 bushels corn, SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) C. Vanderbilt and schooner J. J. Taylor I have received Subsistence m rand
Special: .\ the parties delivering Tampa May 17th, 1856. ] forage for the State's troops from Messrs. E. G. Rogers & Co.; i

Captains KEMJKICK AM JOHNSTON, receipt for the whole quantity 1 Siu-At 8 o'clock, P. M., yesterday I received, through the kindness as per invoice herewith transmitted/ .
Fort Denaud, Florida. ( at your station has of course of Capt. Thomas B. Ellis, information of an attack on Capt. R. Respectfully, your obt.'syt, :

will be charged in your D. Bradley, of Hernando county, by the Indians, about dark on the JESSE'CARTER, i ,
From Gen. Carter to CapL F. M. Durrance. evening of the 14th inst., killing two ( his children. The Captainwas Special Agent. ,.
SPECIAL AGENCY, Slate of Florida, and hope you will corne down in bed, sick, but sprung np, seized his gun and drove them from His Excellency: James El Broome,
Tampa: April 20th! 1856. be made correct. his premises.! They are estimated at 15 to 20. The direction of Tallahassee: j

SIR-Your communication of the 27th, per Mr. McClellan, is to retain Mr. Stalling's team their retreat has not been ascertained, but presume it will be Southerly Gen. Carter-
to Gov.
of the have use for it, or rather two- on the course of the Hillsborough and Alafia Swamps. I immediately Broome. t,
cured commencement
and, in reply' am gratified: at the .
of four horso team, of SPECIAL AGENCY State of !
cation of order of the 16th and hope it will be productive a they may notified all commanders State troops to order such Florida
I Benefit to the my service and the command individual),} The : of I Indians have been so force as their strength wqulJ justify to such points where they TarapaVfflay;; 27th, 1856: \S'SIR11i ,r
list of the command will be placed on file.: I regret to learn Keep out scouts constantly, they would most likely intercept them or discover tneir trail, and to make :'e the honor to transmit herewitK'..copies of orders andcommunications i t
to commanders
the have pursuit. Similar orders were given by Col. Munroe to .the volunteers of companies the service of the f
of Indians which murdered Mr. Carrey succes '
party State, and will at the earliest moment possible transmit
in the here. in the service of the United States. The result of this move. copies of all
evaded all of they are yet
pursuit. I am opinion ohd't serv't orders and communications emanating from this office. Yon
continued. Our Respectfully, your men! \\\\l\\ be communicated. will z
Swamps, and vigilant pursuit should be the JESSE Respectfully, your ob'dt serv't, receive herewith copies of letters receited from Captains Johnston .;
is now broken up, and it remains to do tho best we able carivHh: to Special .\ JESSE CARTER, S. A. and Kendrick at the Big Cp'r8ss. My vouchers and abstract of t
sent means within our control. Have you been : His Excellency James E. Broom6, Tallahassee moneys received and disbursed will 'bet transmitted! iq i a few days.- 1 }
the cause of fire at Mr. Hamilton's Florida Vouchers: and abstracts of subsistenctand forage recerred, and furnished -' I I r
I need not assure you that my sympathies are with the From Gen. Carter to Gov. Broome. will also be transmitted soon. -.. t
>d the but is limited.with which fact you I have found the duties of BO-.arduxm
country, my power my agency that I have been F
fIt \\'itr.' Carter to CapL L. G. Lesley. [COPY.] compelled to' employ assistance. . ,

Yot bare now under your command Sftnen; and will make [COPY.] SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida! :ftespectfnlly.yonr.,oht:.,avt: f
best di' duty. I have SPECIAL AGENCY, State of '" Tampa,' May 23, 1856. 5 JESSE CARTER' :m

beard/from the Governor since he left Washington.. Tampa, 8 P. M., May }() SIR-I have the honor to report, that scouting parties have been ::'.'. -Special ; t r
Respectfully, your ob'dt serv't, received information of actively employed in pursuit of the party of Indians since the 17th His Exeellerie"famgs E. Broome, . : \

JESSE CARTER, about dark on the \' inst., and, I regret to say, without success. The Indians retreated Tallahassee.From ; I '
Special Agent, & children. They were repulsed. from the point where the train was captured immediately on the -
had been in the direction of the
Capt. FIJAXCIS M. DmKANCE. but presume they will route they travelling Hillsborough Gen.Carter to GOT..Broom .
and have successfully evaded all pursuit. It has not been \
Fort'Frazier, Fla. the Hillsborough and Alafia Swamps, GENERAL AGENCY, State..of"Florida; > t
those taken
ascertained whether they are yet m Swamps, or some
such of .
-- portion your direction for the nation. Tampa May 27; 18&C ( I
Leefe/! to such points as other SIR-By the steamer C. Vanderbilt vivid receive !
From Gen. Carter to Capt. L. G. you may is operating in the viciuity of Pease Creek you a petition
SPECIAL AGENCY?State of Florida, / or to find their trail and purs with Captain the'view Lesley to intercept yet their relreat.Respectfully from'this community praying your' ?,,recognition of accompany, to consist .
Tampa May 6tb, 1856. J who will co-operate with you ob'dt serv't, in part of mounted men, say 30, to be employed in scouring the
of the 28th your swamps of the Hills borogh and branched; AltOs, Thou tou. I
communication JESSE CARTER S.
SIR in
I of ,
aID receipt your. result of your pursuit and Simmons Hammock, Little HiUsborqdgh and 6 Mile "
lh and am gratified to know we have carried peace His James E. Broome, Tallahassee. Ia
olt Excellency
If and '
ol frontier. 1 hope you will -ed from 15 to 20. Old Tampa/ :, necessary, thp' Cypress'to within H- .
Quietness> toth eoP le'ofyotiine scouts, Respectfully, your obd't serv't, county.. Every party of Indians, kntnen. to have passed,,' J rte ..
but continue vigorously.
tr lat your energies,: ? your JESSE From Gen Jesse Carter to Capt. Abner D.Johnston. line of sett meat have ken ft*.route, and, on some c. D4o.-
from U..'S. stores at anytime you report
Yen will be supplied Should, desire to move In that Special SPECIAL. AGENCY, State of Florida, ? signs -small parties, discovered!within a,levr.ml*,., Jirf frontier' I
fe Southern P oats. you shall be much gratified, and Tresca.. Fla. Tampa,,May 25th, 1856. \ bavQbeon ,reported;.bat I.bate, .at,no :time; hAd t.. '.colons, the
'ilh,rfbout 30 of instructions yonr anytime desired. SIR-It is expected that all the State's.trop serving South.will disposal} to. pursue', antf.barn: not deemed 1t ,e 01| this lace.
'ie'y o. written fbV! the frontier"on {he 27th ,fast tion command here from the, frontier';5Jre'" Here
from at
the' of Atzroth'should have been furms .Carter to Capt.F. M.Durrance. take up ,their return ptfps ray
family ;
1 promptly?w The-gatu. It! i.for helplew l females, not the 'dram shop, which we [COFXV]j ,Fort: :Denaud. ;, ,It 5s so ordered. Should: :this r chJ'? before ourdeparture ders here of J"l companiea.pnder mce rmy digpatch, "lt-be 7iY tea ,p"('to draw and stt ..
*.'protected if..Mr.-Ateroth'forfeit tl' his right to protection by, SPKCIA& AGENCY, State of .you' will. make.the best, possible reconQOusarJfbLof J .* '. the to tome extent expense? Such ,a co* 4 J1o btba havinff, men "l t

#, )mprqper traffic with the guard, tben they.mutt be recalled. Tampa, 8 P. M., May 16, S Country. .on your return inarchlti'Respectfully" ,; your 'L'sv't..,' I y + ployed t m.th regaon.lgdicated,;and, aaqarffW t:, ',late parllei comman..phlth: U

'*fl-ft edts/I let us do our.duty. t 'received information of ," '. :-V JESSE CARTER, -. I general..e." 1- ,be!'p for r the ,' ,', ..,$$'mi y.be Pro8ta ,..
:: *f:: fliehop 5th',April;a. fo] ows,'viz.. t the Indians i about ',i.. b.t 4\. *
t'P per blank. county,,by ; I' *X Speei4Ageatf&e! ,, : .0000Krepderfp; < tenrwe in a?
#"sacks.tArn" -3,20T ibs.,23 do.1)ata (weight ) two of his children. '"' : : mfl 4 '
killiug t .
Cant; ADncrDVJohnstonFort ,-.' .. ., p tfrib'yai t'(litrorAhle considerstton. .-
: ',b)1J. Posk,,7. do. Hard Bread. 'estimated, at 15 to 20. ,It is > ,Dcnaud,. FW. -" .., /, !..I.it-.,i... f' 'r't
arb "the trf' the Hf( Excelleacy.James F '
-t tO Jft"ee. .. ,direction'on course i'lt ftr1).yaar'b'd'\Iedt ; t _
follo81% ,
!:i ** nrir&di 1 detachments" yesterday' as
< jour rr 'J BSSE. CARTER.. ,-Sn' A:: ,
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From tbe hVwsilc.(X. J.) Mcrccrj.- T1nriiait !1The Mail from South Western Georgia I F.c th:* FloriJian it Journal tv.: But if we refuse to accept the terms and The XoilsTllle Jtvnul Re* llafel.Mr. 11

& fourfla1.j Mr. Editor allow sectional strife to be again roused upon English, a Democratic"roemlw of Conj 11
Members of fortress ard the Press. t i and Florida. It is a trite, but a very true saying, -
this subject, after it has been once quieted by j prrss froh Indiana, m a recent speech In the
.4 The nbuve are the comments of the New __ __ ___. The Savannah Georgian Ac Journal complains that it is impossible to please everybody. held!
--------- --- --- % r ; the recent decision of the Legislature, House, Kentucky know.nothrngbni lj

;_ Voik Times on the langaageused by various |! TALLAHASSEE : of a want Of despatch" in the transmission This remark is elicited by the perusal, in jour may lose forever a prize, not only of great strict accountability for the aid and comfort> *

memb-rs of :ie truthful Housemen 1 For Friday; ant they : of the mails from this section and thro' last issaej of an article over the signature of vaWe to ns at present but which may l be of w hich it gave the black republicans of Indiana

arc eminently a member of ; Saturday Jan.31 1857.I South-Western: and : B." reflecting upon the passage of an act, r incalculable benefit to our posterity. I ear- in the State elections, and read ih proof aa
Or.gress: to pur on airs i and assume the superiority says of
the S I| neitlv hope, therefore, that tire citizens extract from the Louisville Journal urging the
the late establishing m-
over the conductor of such a jour-I The fact has just been brought to our notice by Legislature, .
Tallahassee! will look well to this matter. know nothing of Indiana fo
nat .he New York Times is Floridian & Joaraal Redaction of the the United to be located "il est of the fbr the
; as most supremely in relation to tire dispatch 1.tof) mary of Learning ] Their interests and tlw prosperity of their black republican candidate, Morton
1 ridiculous. When they \\i\\\\ have retired Price-fash System.Tb : States Mails from Tallahassee! and adjoining Suwanr.ee river, at Tallahassee, certain against
upon 1 city be involved in it. The time, too, Willard. Mr. Humphrey Marshall, the
to a small lawyer's, apothecary's or farmer's p rc-pnetor of this paper desirous oft it eo ding region in Florida and Georgia, which may reprcentative -
; conditions. Now sir there two should evince of the Louisville
; T i are always i ii Las come when the Capital mi district, .
;; avocation in omo tenth-rate tillage, the New the fpbere of it* usefulness by cheapening! its cost to is worthy the attention of the (department. Interrup.I
sides tc and friend to the act interest in the cause of education-when we ted him and said :
case, as a
York Times, in its metropolitan( character, subscribers, and at the same tine to *eeure Limsclf The mail (ay of Tuesday) leaves Tallahas-! i i every ofi '' wish
the character I
\ should endeavor to retrieve merely correct a miippreheB.sio'i .
and witii about 10 o'clock in question, and anxious to see it ratified by i
; its high reput.ition. will be giving from serious losses incidental lo therettt sj-stera, see Tnesdanight, arriving
lesst in
i State the establishment of at one of tbe gentleman representing the
tone to public) atlairs. The Press of the country Las concluded to adopt tLe at Albany on the ensuing evening, it remains the citizens of Tallahassee, I desire to make our and Journal Louiville -
successful and endowed College as He is
ray organ.
i? rising beyond tit' powerof public men, I there throughout the whole Wednesday j few observations which investigation j ruuiaJsen
a ;
CASH SYSTEM upon j thus render it no longer necssary for our in point of fact : anti when he speak* of the
and is more able to give them reputation, than : night-the excuse being that it is not neceaI I
with all those subscribers who reside out of ike State i by an unprejudiced mind, will I trust be found youth to frequent other institutions abroad.It1 .- paragraph from that paper to which he hasalluded
to be injured bj their attack?. All H has to t ; sary. in order to make the connection with I j I
: fact that with all our splendid -which I never saw hut have
: rf Florida, accompanied by a reduction in the price correct. is a mortifying heard
do is to go steadily forward, and the small j jir the Ilailroad train at Sumter City, that it
': en who seek lo belittle its just iuHaence, of the paper. UaJcr the system thas instituted this ; should leave Albany in less than twelve hours For a number of years past the location grants of school lands: we have as yet no j commented upon-I merely desire to Mr that

:i M-il! find themselves without the tbghtestpower. pap* c-J our subscribers oU cf the ;I after arrhing there. In this way all the mail of the Seminary Bunder consideration has been institution! of learning at which our young the suggestion imputed to that journal

State. itt :! in cJrintr. This class of men are proud to receive their diplomas. correctly. I presume-of a desire uj-sn the
The made the New per Rmnni matter l-i low* Albany, inchidir the line to
charges by a bone of contention to both Middle and West will
This should be and if citizens of thai journal that the know
York behoved to be our subsrril'trs will l< allo-rcd r.ntrl the I'Oih cf Feb- Thoiiasulle, Monticdlo! Tallahassee, St. not so, our part nothings
journals are universally Florida. Different offers have been made by but harmonize, act in concert in regard t trt the of Indiana should! take part in the election
I ruanr ceit to mate f.-r tLc prefect Marks and Now Port. the hand and of
;' .. correit, acd it is a suspicious payment year j 0:1 one ,
; that so cf the speakers shoulJ have gone .: and those filling t>) do so wi'l cease to receive it. I Newton. IJainbridjre! Qtriney aul: Apalachicola .: places in each of these sections of our State, endowment recently granted, wo may, in a Morton as against Wjllard, ties notjimla re-
few months lav the foundation cf Seminary in (he knojc
to abasing the Press, instead of endeavoring The papwr will be furusheil! our FloriJa sutscrilrsat on the other is delayed ttcclrr hours iu j: with! a view to obtain the benefits to bo deri- a sponge "nothing pang of my tfc-
: of Learning which in after I lion of the
may coimlry.
$2 in adTar.ce. :) the did of the its (transmission North. years
to disprove the charges per acLuni or > at veil from the establishment of this Seminary j
rival the best and institutions, ; Thn the abolition
A great deal! of the indignity with which year, allowing tLern two months fro:: flse tlute if ex- The reined is of course, to shorten the within their limits, but heretofore most flourishing proclivities of the Jonr-
corporate the land. D. 1 nat
the Press is treated by small men, raised for prat- c f 5ub' n. ra which to raalce aa adrocce stage time from those pei.-ts to iumter City they have been invariably refused. Two ri: inference are repudiated.Ve which such are gratified at the

r. biief time into p-'Sition, arises from the tact pajrr.er.tT}; c tfnr* trill l j a-Jleipdto! rupily.Tl .- by requiring the inal 1 cotches to leave Tallhassee ::- j i \\-ars since, the Corporation of Tallahassee ; Grid in East Florida. with} it. That ha a declaration! carriV*

; that in many instances the Press docs not e ;>->:Itical! cl .racttrcf the Flfridijn J: Journals : and other points: IK low Albany twelve i made the : paper long been a rnr e
a proposition to
I ; Legislature somewhat i The Palatka Democrat, of the 221savs ii1t : to Southern interests, and an in hours ln't than do. Thas H>
respect itself. Controlled by those who can ; wdl uaurrstood. It -afil cc-ntir.uc: to & ivrca:
not discusfr'prindples! without degenerating dtni-cratic rrisclrles. iiid'TKri-Jfttlv; A
into personalties! they lower the character o: ; only to the Ltejntv an-J prcancnt success from iVJihwetern Georgia, Middle and Nest The !lower House acceded to it, but the intlni i On Monday morning lat, we experienced for lon prejudices hu the eouzltr-r. it has-.0!

the journalist, and the influence which they of the Democratic partv. Ve solicit tlK-se wh<.> r. i I'h'rida.! er.ee of members from the West killed it in the cold-at weather that has been known year5 jing South with! nhan'
-., might exert. Unable, aj are gratified thousand
with measures upon L1c merits, or with ;jubli owa subsen'f tcn: <. but lo tci, j : in xtea Jcg our of Coheres* from this District and from was again revived and after the greatest delay the cold at sixteen degrees above have !heretofore nursed the *

t t > men ia refercr.ee to their public net*, thy clrcula'j-in by gettiic up c' :1'l* in their vlob.itr. Florida to call the atteuion of l'tlstIater and most until ing nppo-ition, the bill lo- zero. We saw ice three inches thick in a it from them. yathrille viper are now casting
deal lather in slang terms than in consideratenrgHiiir'its. ( Gtneral; Campliel; to the subject I It may be eating the Seminary at Tallahassee pa- *vd barrel of water. Truly the North i is bearing -

_ We believe that there are tinusuhea (. r The j r' 5traioi of the editor's farnily! more coforiable: fur travellers! to spcr.d the both houses-the Senate only concurring on upon u.Ijromn--. Xo Bible at the Capitol of Wssotri.*
the conduct of our public nicu should night i-i: bed Albany that in the stage coach- the last of the
with day sesion. A second time the same paper we take the followO.TDKI I
the ni.Mjles will account for the limited The St. Louis Demnmt n{ Monday
Hut tiii- is thrit that have contains
be canvassed boldly by a free and independent vs. c-e we ectionsl influence -
; came very near defeating '
Press, and we trust that such may always ouanir oiOri nnl rnitur iu O--tyS' i- 1per. i ever kown wu-re! the mails 0:1 ai: important i izVheu gentlemen from the Middle would int: : : the lo.lowing. Tlr? state of affairs at

.. and :* mOM Grx.: HAR\KV.-We were i the Capitol of Missouri ejtn3? to oe as in
rnutc detained n-
ally daily
( S abound, but we have a thorough contempt woresystem. ; : refer, by of to the handsome
way r.rgrrmerit
( for that line of policy which makes a p'-i' .ic 'j:'T PHILO CotnvKN." in J-J-'y to the twt l\o hours t-> give j--rerigers an uppoitn- inducement-..-and no doub it i i4 such-he'd permitted to see orders i isuetl bv Gen., liarney lar and extraordinary as ft f fs tleploral? :

t journal the mere instrument of personal rr..iievolence. aiticle uf 15."' in our last issue, will appear nv; of slevjii:):: away the thue.I out by the 31 ay or and Cotmcilmen of the City and transmitted to the commanders! ofC..rupanies. "Tie! city papers would prohibtr! !tsve
lisbed (; Polk's
The order w-re to the efft-ct pill tiv. ItIaUtUTn1I! addresses
The journal of position is an institution : -
next week. \ of Tallahassee; the} replv of members from
that each should! in active tenLty morning bu' for the delay of
character end I Seminole Delegation. company engage ceremonies
of known principles, the Wect would be, We will offer favorable

3 i every day presenting i'siws' of public policy ;i KTlIcv.J. II. Pi.vs; rF2 will hold! his j I! A letter: from Tuekibatche Micco, a will term: *-iivc us but the time." as The Le- duty in scouting the country for fifty miles tation in, the makinsr cause known of which we have no besi-
)Mie around their respective stuions. If an Indian to our readers; and
t and moulding, through them. p opinion.Tlie first (iiarter meeting at Tallahassee!: 0:1 "iat- !. known Creek Chief, formerly of Eastern Alabama. iri-latnre however, very projverly determined > si 'ti was discovered it shotdd! be offer it ss one of the strongest reasons in the
Editor nbe weik, but v p'rr-
; changc-d every ,
tirat time hail already been allowed-i
f he ho combats tho argument* and poly of tri-iv_ (:...dav.) ; (( to the capture or extermination cit world why the seat of government should be

the journal, need not care if he b chiigfdtiaily. : : that John Juniper, a Sona.-.oSe! Chief, had re- were to all others. Such \is the the Indians. Notice of any Indian d'-covery changed at once to St. onis.
COSHES paramount should be communicated headquarter "The cau-e reported i is, that the
i TIO\-In tin.State Treasarer's report eeived orders from the Commissioner of Indian brief history of this matter. promptly to inaugural
Ti -. It is promised that the soldiers ceremonies were dvlaye-d! at least half an hoar
TI A fter some very little ev'c-ru nee :i. tC coniurt of receipts and di-Stjr>emtof!; m< oev. Atl'tirs, to rrake preparations, and be And now, Mr. Kd'tor I propose to answer in
of the
shall! be supplied with all the rnunitiotis huntirg up a copy Holy IIiUenp
t \ of a journal, an editor knows how mall 1.u,1i.h4fl} ;} : l in this pijvr *jf the lOih( in-t.. the ready, whenever called upon, to send' one some of the objection* of "II"notthnt l I of war. It is ordered necessary that the frontier which to administer tLe gubernatorhl oath.It .
; i is his influence persovai to th -t of the power deem them of real weight bat for the
\vhich wiihoriihout iiim, enters the family ptucr: made a ir.istake in the amount paid ; hut.drul! 1 men to I'lotida. The writer stite< | any t settlements must be protected from the i is farther a 'ded, that after an unsacc*?;.
fear trial they iniiu %
I of Ciiui.nl IVo-tcuri-'i:5 in KscaniMa : mav possibly nc a f-wi Indians. ful search of some minutes, !ht Was tcousht bv
expenses is
with it* | Jumjjt-r now (OctoberMir
_ or room every morning ) ready- i who have not or may not carefulv!! invest-! J the
:; record oftvens and its summary of current Coar.iy. The sum .1* pri.'itod reai'57V.' .'{L with! his reii : bat ad !'s : I i.i not thii.k he gate the facts. In the first place! he s'&ni- 1 Gen. I Hariri has a high reputation as an many that inaugural would have to be
Indian warrior, lint it i all at stak" against postponed until a copy of the! book cuM be
( in Kveu: the imiiviJualiu f Ir. Greelev 75. h should have bct-n S7.3. .
Ion. !
? can be ready until thro} is an appr.-piiation to harp particular upon the tax of $-,000per IJowlegs. The attenti'u of the i* ol.tainfd} from St. Louis, but this proposal!
has been !lost siLt of in the splei.did tal- -
to be the
of ti.e money rtc: .eary to fulSI the Lite by corporation, to frx-'il on (;elI. Ilanirv. The intereof! met with the most determined and malignant
-r.t crnplo\ed on the Tribune, and much mnreso "One of the City Counciladdressing usiii secure the locution of this -n.inarv irr .urmidM
is tl.is tire! in the bothof the treaty. I am tuld that the .zI1iat.le [peopk-! Southeast Florida are suffering from this war oppo.-ition from Gov. Price. Happily at this
i case vast the Iat >:# ntn,J, has very stratig ly, but : but he does not tell your readers that critical juncture, a Bible \vas handed in from
journals on our exchange list. Kach! are will satisfied: with their treaty, and : receive for
pr.pr. many we are to the of t ti.e new
btlkve support From the Frontier. the and the
[ oath
we c2nK-t wilfully, msrt-itrcc-atcu; ; Penitentiary, was then duly
however, L.i a distinct: position anJ character of them! have already gone over the line betwvcn 1 school the interest ajcruiui and to accrue administered" '
I and of ibem the of the obvious ;.: :; oJ: or remark resperti.ni -
3 son? th-ipe: politics them and the (Cn-t-k*. and are marking upon the sum derived from the sale of two \ Ton-1, Jan. 17, 1$."> Ano'her interesting itm! connected with
their > spective States. Industry, taler.t, ar.d Tallahassee and the auxiliary '
i ; Seminary townships of excellent laud in other
oit tin! ir locations for their new homes.Thty or, : ARMY Nrw*.-Capr.; K. T. K-ndricks Co. Missouri legislative! matters i?, that the price
political consistency will! mae any journal legislation for is benefit by the !last Legislature. word-, (-iuo; acres-for such I inder- 1 of board JtlTerson
and the uiil make are ready and anxious that the riited of Mounted Voluritevrs: wi> "rnu-tered into at the Capitol!, has been
itron, reverse ain journal -tand
into connected with theI '
He alleges, and l very pn-perly. a : the I. S. -erviee bv )Major-'. N. Pstre, on rai-ed! to -S30 per week si'ice the assembling
t weak. The wrecks of r.ewspairs; lie states ( o'.ertinu-nt should hasten the fulfili i L-iml ( )dice oi* the State i< the amount ot .1 i
last our Tiespijr.der.t II" assail: the action Wednesday, 1 11th. of the I> gtslatnr?. TLe members rect-ive
I scattered over every comma: :ty, because men: of the late trcatv."' t trjn the Seminary Fund. Nor d.ies he tven tell SCI week.
of the! late (Council the ; Co. I, 1th Arti Ivry. are to b moved | only per Legislature fsaboot
they iv ere started for special pjrposcs, or be- City : touching t them that list annual: tax of 2Odmi, is, by to adjourn to St. Louis in of
0 from Fort Brooke Alatia. ,
cause they surrendered tLe vantage ground location of the StjjiaryVcitofthe Suwan- The above we clip from the Tu''ihn-sce' : tir-* provisions oi the act its lt', l<> fie cjjcntlnlttr to the exorbitant prices consequence

4 oi principle bat members of Congress and flee at ti.i= f-oii, and l improperly charges the Vj.f/ of Tuedalast.. l By it. it appt-ttrs! the nluctttion ofthr if'ntth of t>t'r cily, an-l Several Companies are on scouting duty

wLiffetiac rcliticlans have never \et had the Editor of this paper with endorsing the positions the bill d'r.iiiing: the -inty: of Madison! i i> i uo'iflu r purple vhncrcr ; so that in tact the in the Hi:; Cypress. Wbat Is said of it.

; ower to tti iLe tlirn down. '' made r.'jll and void through! !the down-r hicareKnes only bonus given by corporation: are the The} Volunteer Companies arc all under
In the
r.ssuiMid by 11. Fraukn aud =- | noticing of the !lae
negotiations -
-- ju
-- of Mr. I Del1!!, tirt! President of the ; (CoSI i .L'e edir.ce and Jot-, and a small sum, orders! to commence scoutirrg duty irnrnediately. '
; the release
to of the Ilrunsvrick
Extensive Fraud. secure
Alleged licc K- onrseJ"rquire: : cto state that such Senate. This i i* a nice piece of b'jiine8 !- which, ii: a.hii.'Ii to* the appraised value otsuid .

'II The most iiiies eating news of the past forttiigit ; iijteti.in do The their building and lot wilf make thou- ; Company, the Albany Patriot exp'tes the
was no our : ::or we believe that people pay public serv.-ui's: to _'.i > ten *
i General; Harnev left this place yestt'zdavmnornint' opinion that the charter of the "M.iiti Tiunk '
; from Sax; Francisco i is tLe exposure of the spirit cr the phrase} !lory of our last to the Capitol of the State to re ulr.tc! tr.eir sir d dollars. In re'ation to this bonus it with
Capt. >pa.-kmin"< Co. as an should be returned to the next LeuM.tture.Hie .
Limantour frauds. J-.se 1. -
L the etupendoj? r.l-iifi! .' !m-n. lo awl behold upon .reaming; may bo well rein irked, that: as the buiidiriz
w-k's editoria! will warri the remark form escort to visit the Ntapog.i He is Patriot thinks th, State made
J ; country. ;i
Litaautour claimed under Mexican : great
an alleged tion f hV tiie Ivxecutive. the business they have :itit i Iota were originally i.u-ided: ; for edue.

grant, dated IS 13, not only: a !*rge pirt of re tba.-i Itslf of tat article was nr.tj.in j.erl'ormed i Iof ro; ue iri the world, Irom tia'ial! purposes, no loss is to IK? incurred bv j--.tiguirie that Indians are in that section.Gen. .- mi-take in counrtittiug' it-elf: to a subscription!

the county of San Francisco hut half of the more or !less then a tissue of sincere :ratua-! the fact that tire! [-rc-idin oiticer nlerted! tire transfer of the same, under more favorable 11. oes out for the"three-fold"' purpose to the road-and is of the opinion; that its
of endeavoring! to catch Billv, of inspecting aid, when given, should t/e by rail
city itself. The claim, though regarded Inmost lion its do his \VeIl it i is all rihit auspices for precinly similar 1 ei.dorsing
-- u] on location at this point, with the to duty. ;porliap? : a bjrr' the troops at the different stations, and of 1road bonds rather than subscription of st ck.t .
r of the citizens ns fraudulent! was confirmed but we doubt! whether the people! of A bonus, then, of ten thousand dollar has .
I addition then,, of approve ,
en r.teiur.edivid others where he deem The Columbus
narration stationing at points may t tadvantageous. Sentinel makes the following
by tie late board of laud commission such! been offered and for the benefit. ofa -
rit-gli ence.: As to the division of the accepted, *
of tLC' solid lie will, probably, vi-.it Fort j jCRpron : remarks the
advantages that upon same subject :
Limantour arrived i ii this few many
t er* city a school fund wh-ch in few
county, we not care a tit: ourselves; ; but a years, and Fort Dallas before he '
months anovith the of prosecurtVgl.i would result to the people oi the -State, and returns. | 'Upon a thorough review of the whole correspondence -
i purpose it was the desire of onr So-jtSiern: fu-d: atlil4'tI proper management, will be sutficierit to es-
pretended claim, or making compromises closed the! rambling o-ition : and sustain first class Cnzhr Indian sidfctvtcre discovered in abundance I' we are forced to the conclusion
romj> witli the following that account, was glad; to learn of lhe a Tniversity in ,
with holding property within the Hm our city. But the! tax -S'J.OOO that's"the on HorseVIek last week. | that the Brunswick Company are determined
I persons sujpjsed of the till. -
intelligible and emphatic remark : ; pas.trf: |
its of the alleged rairt. He had already received "The Tallahassee! I _lLtZijiiliIt .liceiii'r, Jwz. 1. 1 rub, quoth friend "H."' Well, my dt-ar fel 1! OCT:: 31OO0, for the payment of the three !j to defeat the Main Trunk road at all hazards
from and that their
I over Ki/KK; )) from pprsons buying up "vinuisry! apart its i V\"e beg to inform our Mndi-on cotenrnorary low, deut bo alarmed. That money, as I 1 Compasies of IT. Volunteers, (Captains 1 J I pretended negotiation was all

a.- l.i title. hi-rciof-re iutriusic merits, iri'l rccd-c a
p O.i Wodncsxlay, December lOih.the (irand iirmrutf fti riftiiily from ihc xmnificrntrn'luvmfnl that the bill dividing Madison co'intyva the education of th- youth of. this city-of served under the requisition of Col. Munroe, It will remain for the next Legishrture to

Jury oUlie{ United States were called togcthr lately cvtiferral b'j the Legislature \ sigiiod; by the officers of both Houses the young "Hs," if there be any. Yes, it is \ was brought to this place on the steamsh'p consider whether a company comp.-sed main-
<- by the Circuit Court, and in an ho'ir after and approved by the Governor; before the i to be expended in that Manner alone, and!, at 1 Snwar.nee on Wednesday last. t i ii ly of New Yorkers shall be allowed to defeat
which, with its well appointed instructive | a great State work which, when c m lete1
[ the einjannelment found an iiidictaient I. islatnrc adjourned. In the Fl-iridinn of th? average rate of tuition as. now charge i! AVirn tiroicnt-d uul a hair-lireatllh escape. ,
force will entitle it to the and will add millions to the wealth and
Limautour for false patronage great'y
against presenting papers by the ( Academy, woul educate seven- -A serious casualty occurred on the night
tire Ith i iuIt. corrected the "
'' : we themis'ahe; of | i increase the population of the State.
before th land coniinission. On the ncitda coiiiiderjce of every riujiJian., | !V.tive or eighty students, (as many probably of the 7th inst. at Manatee, by which a negm j

t \- Hmile Lotauufrnr, Lis private feecretary This, of rstlf, is a suliku-rit indication o f Sfnisnl on this point.To as the city would send for years to come.) man (Louis,) Iit-Ioncim; to Dr. J. A. Braden, |i TJ e are inclined to think thai the next

2; amancensi*, was taken beiore :h. Grand; the -- ---- free of extra charge to their! "IJ"1 drowned Mr. William! Gritiin |j Legislature will repeal the charter, unless in-
position! wt occupy with reference to this parents. was ; barely escaped 1
I Jury of the county, and contV-sed! that he Lad carry out tie! recosnmr-ndation! of the ad'nits that the interest on the Seminnrv with his life. %Ir. Gii.iin, wishing to deed tights under it shall have bten vested

a: forged tire alk-ged 3Iexicau grart in ISo'J, subject. Ulack Kopublican Governor of Massachusetts Fund i- at present about two thoti-und dollars. cross the liver obtained a small boat, and, j jw I before its as.mhisge-aud" thus lorever" dis-
at Licianlour's re JCst, and und.*r his direction. ilhout\ trachiu'! blam! to any person, This then would pose of the question of State aid to Soaihern -
j relative to the r cription of foreigners, say? sum, go far towards ith Louis, made the attempt. The weather

I The stupendous fraud, which i is now we did take exceptions to one or two j-nni- the I Federal I'uioir, \l r. I Humphrey I .Marshall, defraying the cost of competent instructors : being boisterous, the boat swamped| in the ;| creats Georgia Railroads.much it Such a step cann t

2 looked upon as one of the most atrocious and ions of the law locating ihe .Seminary at tii-! I: of Kentucky, the leader of the Southern Know and, when aided by the fees lo be paid bv channel, and the negro sunk immediately.Mr. .- .' surprise, Savannah as may cause regret.

I artful nn record, may therefore be icgarded lace, which exceptions we b--lie\e to be country scholars and scholars from a distance Griilin was rescued from his perilous condition i Georgian.

: as compk-teK foiled. Limanto'ir yesterday [ Nothing- i ii: Congress, introduced a bill the would be amply sullicient to procure al'er being in the water about thirty !

1- & nabob to-day whhout credit arid hon r- well founded, but tcmaikfd in connexion.: other dmia that body, requiring a reside.c.-: tho l.est talent in the Sou'-h. It is perfectly minute?.-Peninsular.i Montgomery and Pensacola Railroad

T now lies in prison in ile'ault of 30,000 Ij.-iii. that //V lorr.i'niu hrrc irua jmin xnLicJ, apparent: therefore, of We are gratified beyond sion in be-
of twentyor.eear:; bt tore a foreigner can! as a mere matter i (("O" Francis N. Page, Ass't. Adj. Gen. U. expre

The ptojicrty claimed by I*, was valued at mitl ihul ire mus! trul lu /future Legislatures > I be entitled to the privileges of a citizen. Tin1vi'te. tciiu.iLmIv, that it i ia incumbent upon the citizeTis S. Army, advertises Corporal Daniel N. Floan j; injj able to announce good authority, that

1 0,000,000.( the '' of Tallahassee to embrace with alacrity the President of the Gulf Railroad, Cot'Chas
lit rfrnarc oljcrlioiis. 'Ve incidentallv j the motion to sti-pend the rule-, of ; and private Charles Lynch, of Captain
the provisions of the act referred to. It F. M. Durrance/3 of Florida Moun- T. Pollard, has completed all the arrangements
Railroads lathe( World. stated a sarmounUble) objectios'.s! to the Company
the I louse ia order consider the bill
I to was ( would be far better policy to appropriate two ted Volunteers and William H. Williarns and sent forward his order for rails
Tire whole number of miles of rarho.ii! iirlh law, when our c's reonde'it I II ignores 1 private -
? ; ayes ;:'t.l, cornposetl iii ttrcnty-one Southern j jKIIOIC thousands dollars annually, to be expended of Captain A. D. Johnston's Company enough to lay thirty-five miles of the track.-
<> world on the first of July last as it i iL is the whole matter and demands of the City ,' above stated aid thus have their After and arduous the
.Yc'//r//Ji'/ five Northern Know Nothings j children j I of Mounted Volunteers, as deserters, and of- a long struggle, one

L said, inside of IiO.000( miles. Of this amount Council a positive rejection jf the provisions i atitl l sixty-three HLick Ilejmldicans. educated without additional charge to them- 1 lens 830 for the arrest of each.-\VaktiUa hundred thousand dollars of private subscriptions -
than osvhalf7S."X( ) ruilcs i ic in tiieCnited
U more ) eilvps than to continue the and of the
of the law. We he j jTljen present srsteni Times. was accomplished, course,
s.iy yea says nay.-
3 tate. Railroads were first started one Democrat from the North or South voted
of fixation, so far as it relates to the exist __ endorsements of other companies, dependent
in England, and yet in ten years MC pas't-d : where is the similitude between our for the motion. ing Academy, and at the same time be com- on thit contingency, secured.It .

.her. At the present time, the model repub- affirmative arid !his negative position --- polled to pay the tuition fees ia addition tj Brutal Murder in Genera. is hoped that the iron will be received

Jic has three times as many miles of railm.sdas Ha\5 i. h- il J ih. there Tiie West Florida limes of the 13th inst.
I g- .g n ij j.-iz" ii was some Idilor Flor'ulian Journal j thereto. j j here in May, and he lard iu time for the next
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Great Britain and France uni't-d. The opposition to the! localioa of the .Seminarv j' j Now, friend B.," since you have broached j says : crop. We presume it will be brought bj
DK\K.SIK I ask in columns
: following table, showing the miles of railroads here under the! pro\i ions of the present Set I space your | that subject so alarming to the sovereigns. j From the clerk of the steamer New Bos- |, the way Savannah, in order to prevent the
in dirTerent countries, we clip fnrn a ; to that One of tho Couiicil"whoii
1 of the for the say City -high taxes-I think I can show you, and ton, arrived from Geneva, we learn die particulars j possibility disappointment, in consequence
made lo Congress three weeks Legislature, purpose of conciliation
report some evidently clothed with higher official authority the CitizenS of Tallahassee, that the Corporation of the shooting of Mr. Lewis Laird, :| of low water.

since : and satisfactory settlement of the than is possessed by an ordinary mem- pays at present a considerable j'/um over in that town, on the 4th inst On the night I This is really glorious new for Mont-

I Great lathe Uuited.Slates,.27.S50 8CKXc > question at issue we suggested the propriety ,I her of that honorable body hits, in his f two thousand per annum for purposes of ed- of the 3d, Elisha CaJlouaand Nicliolaa j gomeiy.-JUbn/. Jiai21 jf.Prfreniioc .

Franee, ... .. .. .. .*. **.. *. .-, >0 of submitting the matter to a vote of the city, i pert t,'* not to say iinpctlincnt allusions to me 1 ucat'on. There are throe teachers now employed Pace attempted to break into the house of !

.. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .531 with entire confidence that the action of the 1 and; they alcne receive the sum of I t Mr. Laird, with the avowed intention of doing of Scarlet Fercr.-A correspondent -
in the
_ Ru.sia, .... ..... ........ .. ...... .'*v Sentinel! of the 27th! inst., to use a thirty-two hundred dollars-twelve hundred I him personal injury, and they succeeded in of the Boston Post suggests a simple

- .' .... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .*4v City Council would be sus'aiucd' by a majority } homely phrase, barked up the wrong tree." to the principal and one thousand to each of breaking through the panel of two of the preventive of scarlet ferer. He says :

2:3we.kn: -..75 of the tax payers. It is quite clear that he intends to insinuate the two assistan's. In addition to this, there doors, when Laird fired them wounding Globule Mia dana, taken every morning;
.. upon
t .. .... .... .. .. .. .
Germany.. .. .. ...... ... .. .. .5,800 We have no feeling in this matter, and that 1 am, either as icrilcr or some how else are other incidental expenses, which, as you both, but not seriously, Calloway in the arm by each and every member of a family-a*

:- Spain. .. ... ... .. .... .. ... ... .. ..60 care not a straw for any particular mode or connected with the ", I well know, will increase the amount to at and Pace in the hip. dulLs, children, servants and all inmates-will

Africa, ... ....,...... .. ...... .. .. .. .15 of the communication of IJ., j least thirtv-five hundred. You did not man Next day Calloway and a man named Bailey certainly prevent the spread of this dreadful

-fr India, ...... .. ... ... .... .. .. .100Cuba. ( manner securing educational boon published in your last paper. If such be the j ifest any alarm-you did not sound the tocsin both armed with double-barreled shotguns disease in every household that may adopt it,
.... ......... from the State if the
359 ,
course adopted
secures fact, (and I think the matter too plain to admit though you were aware of the existence i I sought out Laird, who was unarmed, as certainly as vaccination will! prevent the
t British Province*. ..... ... ....... .l.COO
I. Panama, ....... ... ... .... ... ... ..50Suaih : the great object and satisfies a majority of of doubt,) all I have to remark Is that tire of these facts-but you are horrified at the i and told him they had come to kill him. lie i small pox. Ten cents will purchase a year'ssupply

America .. ... .. .. .. . those interested. of saddling a much less from A wet
.4,:: .. CO insinuation, or whatever it may be, is as barren prospect sum upon replied that they could do so, as ru? had no j any of our homapathkts..

The average cot of American railways The Editor of tins (taper is responsible of which the Corporation. Strange inconsistency. I arms, but if they would wait till he could provide i finger applied to a globule and placed upon

1 has been estimated to "be 5OOOO, a mile for his individual statements sentiments ground on to rest as it* author admit, Mr. Editor, as most of us do, that the t himself he would fight them ; all he the tongue of a child or adult is all that is necessary -

which is rather over than under the rnrk.t .- only is of decent excuse for giving utterance to it. act establishing this Seminary is deficient in wanted was a chance for his life. They a- to be done to prevent the spread of

t The English lailway* have cost, on an aver and opinions, and has nothing to do, either Moreover, the entire allusion to me, so far as some essential points, but it was probably the ', greed that he should have arms, and the three this disease.

age, $200,000 a mile : the Belgium railways from inclination or duty, with the private or the impression is sought toJat'Conveyed that best that could have been obtained at the |F shook hands upon it, and walked together in HALF A REPORT." How this world is

*90,000 the French railways J3OOOO I public conduct of others who or time, and now are we to sacrifice so magnificent i the direction of Laird's store. Before reach- "
; ; ; may may j I am now opposed to the offer made by the given to slander said a maiden to an Eng
the German railways, 856,000. Many reasons not be connected with him in the depart to the of the a donation simply because the act grant- j I ing the store the parties became engaged in lish nobleman. Can lordship before
Jpcation your
City secure Seminary it manot hare been drawn in the j
; may be assigned for these variations.ti. .- of his business jug up I angry discussion, when Bailey stepped one of malicious report -
ments and the correspondent it-some my acquaintances
The German and American roads hare in ; here, after having once favored it, is uncalled most skillful manner-because, in the hurry i side of Laird and made a feint as if to shoot | that I had twins." Madame," replied

: general but one track ; the French and English of the Sentinel, whose communication we for, unjustifiable and contrary to fact. of legislation, it did not provide for an institution j him, Calloway standing in front of him with 1 II his lordship, I make it a rule to believe only

'- r! two. The principle ;pursued by the arc reviewing, if he be one of the City Council Very respectfully, solely for males, or because at some j.I- his gun cocked. Laird turned his head to half what I hear."

English engineers, who also built most of the has had no provocation from us to justify CIIAS. K! DYKE. future time the Legislature might be so wanting look at Bailey, and &* he did so Calloway

French roads, was to avoid abrupt curves and the irncourteous and indelicate inuendo contained in honor and good faith as to take away fired upon him at the distance of ten feet, the Wjt. H. GAMJ D, the defaulting CitY

; steep gradients, by grading and cutting ; privileges it had granted, or annul an agree charge striking the neck of Laird just below Treasurer of New Orleans, has been acquit

hence a large increase of expense. in the paragraph commencing Surely, Qzi- A bill admitting negroes to equality ment it had entered into without the consent the ear, and causing instant death. ted. His trial! was commenced on the 14th

I it the Kditor does not know," die.Trusten with whites as witnesses courts, has passed of one of the parties concerned ? I sincerely No effort for the arrest of Calloway was inst., the charge being that of having embexzlfd -

,v- (fir SHEEP ix OHIO.-Tbe Ohio Farmer the Iowa Senate, and will undoubtedly be trust not. LOt us without hesitation avail made except by Mr. II. W. Laird, the brother the municipal funds to the'amount of

'- -s.-. -V estimates the profits on sheep in that State o-. Polk has been elected U. S. concurred in by the House-both branches ourselves of the benefits of this munificent endowment of tire deceased, who despatched a man in 6300,000.

*i iJJaat year at.$6,000.000= and the whole cap- Senator from Missouri for the long term.- being strongly Black Republican. ; and jf the terms upon which we pursuit of the murderer, but with what success SKATO SuxIL-The MasttebowttsSenatn

*' jut inrested at 860,000,000. :Th number The total value of the taxable property in are to receive them tnaj not be quite as favorable U not known. by a ballot for United Slate* Senator
Mr. P. is the Governor of Missouri
of sheep :i is probably live millions, and tim present .Tjiomasville. Ga., u $665tG2-the receipts as many of us could desire, we should This deed adds another to the dark'catalogue ( taken last Wednesdaj.Bnantao l/concurred

_ --wool lip last, year reached 10,196,000 having been elected by the Democrat last.year fr'om taxes, fines, lecenses, die., for last year, not harbor the least fear that the generosity of crime which has made Geneva and in.the action of the House of :R prefcentatiTes -

pounds ons-fifth of the en'ire' wool clip.of the over the Bentonite and Know Nothing > SIOH 21 ; expenditure all sorts, $1,500 and fostering care of tho General Assembly 'vipinity notorious that it is called the fn choosing Ouule ;6oraber> U

Union.. candidates. 2 11-and balance iu Treasury, $137 10. will, at its next session, remedy every difllcul- murderrange.." United States Senator rorlxyears eotowSji -


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I I fhc; ; Fucl_ FABine_: ,- !V_at T the Wes The Atlantic Cable. -- STOPMXO PAPKES. An exchnngo says : Piii; '1 Notice I yroftoiniiiil Carte.E. i i

There sppears to be great suffering in Messrs. Kuper and Co., of London, are to '. WheM a man gels man and stops hla paper; ON the first Monday in February, will be fold at ALL i 1"roM having demand Jefferson* against the county estate, dc-of ---

of the Western cilis( on account of make one.hatfoftle, Atlantic cable, and Mr. he always borrows the next number of his public Auction fur cash before the store door of BurgJortT.that late prwnt them ; BARNABD Jr. till

r.iany tic scarcity of foci. The Louisville Journal Newell, of ( at..h.' | the other. It tiny assist neighbor! ) to see if the xvithdraxval of his patronage R. H. Berry, in Tallahasse. forty-five Uile of Ext'r.cotton. I I! Ceaseb to the will.ider.'i0TJed take islke lulv authenticated theynict ivlthiimm the time
avs jnt.|, thC} !a!:l bushel of conl Las tiisnppoarcd the reader tu M fair conception of the hasn't killed the editor and t ( Jan. 24, '07. 4 prescribed bv law. or tLim.tiee xviTl be plead ia barS '

from that market. There j is little immensity of the t.i fc, says the (tateshead the columns in mourning. This jrroxvs out their n-co'vi-ry ; anti nil person indel.teJ. tos.iU DRUG & MEDICINE BU.S'tNESSOF

Observer ol the fact that none to ahoxv their *pite estate are hereby notified to makt iinniedutc payment At fa OLD s1AU, riic& _.3
In the cellars of tin- citizens, it none in the if we Mate that our ingenious neighbor Jiy Look at this !
xvbo "nn- to the umkTiin
ar.Js of the dealers. At Cincinnati coal has will have to twist strands of xviie, as an Ill this xvay, but the kind of people JOHN D. REICHBRT, Adiufr.
and GO bushel. A outer the electric wire itself agine that the xvorld rest i on their shoulders. HO '
ceuU protection to
'row Up to SO per I STOCK-now is the time to make your JACK. Jan. 24. 57. 678xvNotice TIlE 3IOKTAK,

town lint'ting; has been held } a futl comnriix' 25,000 miles in length-or long enough to LONDON.-A fagged school association ina Wishing to reduce my stock I offer four out of five .

ore-mired ; n )locomotive purchased and go round the whole earth, and leave a sufficiont public appeal, states that there are Ill London for sale ; two native young Jacks bred from tine B AM*

,heed; oil the 7mes>villc Railroad for the exlu j length uf wire for Aiehimides to swing !( 1.400,000 who never attend public worship I stii'k; anti four ttret, to 4 inehes high at *4M ; the ) A LL persons haxing demands ntfninst the est te ofLt f Corner of (tiliuto and Monroe A'CoPartnership 8tr *U,Talh hae..

i xr transportation of cval < o the City.- it t n-mid his head with, if he had but that i ; 150,000 habitual t drunkard'I* ; 1 IHO.OOO() () other 4 feet 5 or f inches high, at 500 ; each five John Severs, late Jefferson cotor.ty deceased. .iatu.'iry 19, 1856. :i
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The t-'iucitinau Gazette relates sevenil ilis- | standing point) \xhichhe coveted for his experinicnts. profligates ; 20,000 professional beggars ; -fill6 very uirinr, Inrg fine imported Spinich will crsiiried take notice that authenticated they niut. within present the thorn time to prescribed the Notice.

tresincr.ses of suffering for the xvant of 10,000 gnmblers ; 50,000 destitute children ; JACKS, one 4 feet 7 inches high and 5 years oM! ,nt un<: bv law duly or this notice xxill fw plead in bar: of :I rn E undersigned hare this dfty entered into a co.

"'uc1.We rjuute : j j4On -_ 3,000 receiver of stolen goods. i\lore than! ?;(H>; on.j 4 feet 10 inches high. 4 years old nt Sli'i'O I t I ; 4 I tlu-ir re<"very ; and all persons indebted to said estate X partnership in theWHOLESALE
xx'trk of olliiaU czr; FLUJLITV.-Never forsake a friend.- thousand under ; th.- other o feet high 2 years old, at I 1500.() So there make immediate RETAIL.irnc
isiihl; ; last one our city ; ; (ten young men, eighteen nre hereby notified to payment i &. .
i is Jack I low nnd make the
high Jack
out of xvitli When enemies gather round-xvhen sickness ; of committed for theft you can game to t ll.e trdi s'gned.;
MW n man come an alley a j years age, are annually A -
<- by coining and purchasing without delay. majority .
o.d Lis fchouldvt I He-went falls on the heait-when the xx'otld is dark ] in (Treat Britain. JAMES SEVERS, Admt'r.Jan. .
mad of on up of them can be seen at my plantation on "LikeJa under the name and style of
21 1 T;;. 4bxvNotice.
to him a il.i caar t-J him xxith stealing it.- j and chrrless-is the time to try true friend ( 'k on. ten miles North of Tallahassee on the Meri'lian .

The reply v.-as : I have: stolen "rt. My chilJren ; ship. They xx ho turn fiom the scene of iis- OBITUARY road!, till bout (the 20th March, after that they AMES&LVELY.TIIEI .
tress their and that will I.- ent North or West. WM. A. CARR. .
with cold. I have xvood betray hypocrisy,
tin prove
are freezing Jan. 24, V.7. 4-2m LT, having demand* against the estatt' of will be pfeaied to sea their fri uJs
interest only them. I If lime Died, in tb'R? CitVin, (the 27th in =t.. ALEXANDER \ persons '
Tlhe from xxhorn moves a
I Iluxe
and no incnoy. man you I Robert M. Edgerton. late of (Jndsdwn county at th* old stand of D.H Aratw.
fiiend who loves and! studies interest 1L. eldest son of D. P. 1f.gue, I>T. >" the' Hih; year antipatrons
of wood. t
taken: this has plenty When | you youi Notice.SIX deceased, will take notice that they mu present where they v'Al keep a full anti general
time come I \vill go and tell him and happiness-be sure to buMaiu him inridversity. of his ag'. ScKlnin I.a< the buml: i-f death 1'ceu liiiJon them to the undersigned duly authenticated! within AMortiueutof Article* appertaininjfto th IrM.

tVttcr have done anti him. If Let him feel that his former kind- | one Axhiisc early talent nnd xirtiu-s had given t"U'-h I months after date the undersigned will present 4 the time prescribed by law, or this notice will be I I buiueS>
x hst I ;jiar you | ,' iic.nints and voucher]( ? to the Jndire of Probatt plead in bar of their recovery ; tout id! persona indel! flee LIVELY!
is and that his love iiiiji'-atii of future Just ii.to the
vi-'i' l p'-J* J: hi j""K" I v ill ? 1 the stalinnhouse ness appreciated was not j jthroxrn n jjmmise. sttppiiig for tlio county of Had; 'den anti ask for a final ted to paid estate are hereby notified to make immediate 1"HlLKlMl

xxith yon without .M word; but, sir, axvay. Real fidelity may be lare, IHl rtil:* iif Iiua)1Ild!) aijil( happy in the tinticipation of : .'ttUmerit and! discharge from the admini-ttratonhip; pavment to the unders"cn January 1, 1836. ___

f,.,r GoJ's sake: lot me lake this xvood home but it exists in the heart. Who has: not seen a life of uefu1nt-cut] off before he had cached the .'f the fttte of Wrn. I*. Larkins. late of paid countvdenaMd. C. M. EDGEKTON, Admt'r., l>er

iin>t-' Another 5nftanceW7is nf n family near and felt its power ? They only deny its j jxxoith viyr of his yours \\bile all around
f iheiulerseciii'JJ of George and Mound street?. ami poxver who have ne\O" loved a i freshness of life's ni'>niiiiir hour", tmt leaving as a J1II.-1. 'f>l. :4RtnNotice January 21, 1857. -lSwNotice E.tLERa,1 *

\\ho fn.ni rri c.ii,1attn to t}hi isov IID mourn him a upu'ution t
fu-0 and without lood. The ronsoouence spotless and an unblemished cluxi actor, iljiny were ,
T \ :: A "WOXPKKITL MAN.-There i i'; Slid ; | IX xveck after date I shall apply to the Hon.k xx-ceks altar the tirst publication of this notice,
th was that, nwakjn Lis individual excelleiifie, and, adflrned with thf! ehi SIX
of -privation! on to bo living on the Western Keseixv, in j. : Jtrdire of I l'robit: for the county of I Hamilton I for i ._ will applv to the Judge of Probate uf Leon MEDICINES IJ OILS ,

on Sunday morning they foul tht-ir lit- Ohio, a man about forty-six old, whose j ;li siicial qualities which tendered him eminently! |. hitlers of admihii-tration on I the et ate of Win. IIowt-H, county, for letters of administration tie bonii Don on ,

ik infn,| i rf live months old laying stretched! turned years bone xxho an object of esteem and 1'ive, in the intcrcoijrH' of late of sii I county aforesaid deei-n tit'1.' the estate- of John Eurg.lorff. dereasrd. A \ OULD inform their friends and the publici'i* '

out lonn from privation and C"ld "' joints are completely) to : life 1 he was amiable aol ardon', hla -einy! warm ALEXANDER! BELL.I JOHN D. REICHER'I.Jan. \ \ they have on hand! a good assortment of cannnt make the s-lighles-t movement except Jan. 24.7.7. -1-ttw 2157. 4-Cw in their line of biumMh
t'4-)1. ('ham'.MS' in the! ronrsc of some reinarks I Ihand. I II nml strong; amid the jiifection bestowed on him tli('n I articles as are generally kept
and txvo of hi. right fresh Then
opening I shutting: lingers 1 and will be receiving regularly eupphe
held in Cincinnati
: at a us-rUr.g a fexvj.v I 1 His 1 body is as rigid as Iron, and j now giyes (1 1'th and energy to the inelaHcholy A1ing I HIGH A. {'ORLEV{ Notice.V terms shall be reasonable.

:ig.*, 10 deviw means of lelief, said that could not be bent backward or forxvard
he ': A' il- 1' the t'oujicil: [ Chanrbi.- 1'ieiii without caking some of his bones. This Iriemidhip! nialihim! xvann w.thli< r f.i ; Attorney at Law, _4 a few days since, in the city, or on the road (to "

lEM ininc. xxhrre hexitae.! srd the iot soroxxful process of ossification, which has been going vt.rs. nor woic they ]les atilently retuniuil. Cm-; TAI.LAII.Vb.-KK: lLA.Jiina.iry I "hiresidence.. R pair of gold Spectacles. The tinder is MEDICAL NOTICE.
'lircre lit sound live I hundredntn. j requested to leave them Rt tins uffire, for which hei
5r"K S. sciouof Lis : end, he ed n \\ll
on for twenty yea r commenced) in his ankle aj proaclun! txpte : I 17. lS.r 7. :3-1:y i will be suitably rewarded. Dra & Maxwell
wonnn and children not beirgar*, but joints, :nd: gradually extended through his linirness to :<>. tad q'ii.tly: j>;is-vd into the Sfiiiit land! 1 Jan. 17, '57. S-2t Taylor

.*otiTe with money in their hands, seeking \\holu > ; fi' 'l. He had ; .yst vices to the public of Tallaha&aee, and iu vinSnt. -
in opportunity to pureLa : A HOMESTEAD FOR $10 !
les*. I He conxerescs iluenlly, is cheerful and worth. I "" OMETIME in J'lnuary a "rnnll Mnrccco Pocket .
them! and heard table bedsteads
*aked! vith : appears contented and happy.KO Gone; i in the fuil! ila-h "f yontli) S' li""k, C'liituininir, amon other paper- the follow- i SECOND DIVISION.i Tallahassee, Au-'. 9, 1856. 32 .opycinity.
:tnd othe'* furniture had been consumed tot Oonf Crt thy heatt: Iiad: f--lt (e.irth wit lier1l! caie- i't' -

S :tTt ciildrei? from perishing. One) xxon."i crT: < KOI: Fr.oHin x.-The ship Arkxxtight Etc the stein xvoiKl l.a.l s-cii'd thy spirit's( truth, I I :' ,ln:) <- n-ite CM 1. L. Shr-hee for ?I 10'"iO. civet in 1 185C.ir i $310.000 worth Farms & Building lots, Dr. Miles H. Nash

\\\\n\\ had boen waiting for hours for anmlcr sailed fron NevI York on the *>()thi Or sown dark soit'ow there. ir due .1 sniiarv I 1. 1 IS.'T. j 1'tvable: to myselt, vith j> per 1 IN THE! iOI.I REfJlON OF CL'LPEPPERI ,

wood said sho could wait I'l'-il like drcuin j cent interest after tnaftiiiiy.: I I COUNTY. VIRGINIA; tob*> divided nnic.ntIII.o OKFERS VIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE ClTItl ffl OF
for no with threhnn
i nit., for Port Myers, Fbi idt. u away Sub-
subscribers the 13th of 1S57.
One note on J. H. Stichee) T-r J=2'JO. riven inhie I S.'i.' j on April TALLAHASSEE AND SURROirXDIXBCOUTTRT.OFFICE .
nid 1'fe's auroral )bloom
)->" er; hor children! would perish, and she tbed recruits from (lovernor's Island, to rein-; Hut jratenlay d.iv d.iti- J. T. ilcniiiir xvitli ecripti"n i otdf ten dollars earb ; <>Oil: half down the
To fail x\i ih-M-late and ( nii: siller jniyuble to with Dr. M. Jfa hiinmediaelT, cnitoftha
wa coinj'-Hed to go' to their protection.He .- i loree the command of (ien. I Ilainey I and enable day I iriay I 1 S r cent inteut.i I rest on th--delivery: fif the Urt: Every eubsprd .
inuid t iub. p.
< >
Sigli )' thy lowly >
I ur eu the importance of immediate ami him to cioe the Florida xvar. The folloxxing )- i (One note on S. 15. Shehee (f..r >00. cix "n in IS.ir, 1 xvill lypt a Buildintr Lot or a Farm ranging in va'ue I )M.xv 19 1855.MEDIc3ALNOTICE.. CO
1'onJ lira!* were lit atiii ,' hhf'i.Aii'l ';. I die il.iy utter date payable to J.T. Htrriiuj, xxitb 1 tro-ii >10 to *_'.">,! '(). Thee Faniis and! hits are
i icjett actiort. oie.es! : went out in the Arkwiight : : "tie '
l"iijed to meet tliy -.-\cl! knn i'.icc npiiu.Ah : il'.teies'. aold ?o iheap: to mdui-e( fiettlcment. a suffieiiiit riuin1 -
-- --- i i JJrextt! Major L. C.; ArnoKl-JJ l Aiti'lerx, ; l st 1 little deemed tliey D) alli was lngviii: uish, j I pel Due eeiit.note I on Cli.irlo lien i tug for abyut 1(Of) as well 1 bcr btinrecrved, tins increase ii the value of which I .

Sleep. I Li4 tIt. J. A. DeLauiel; 'Jd Arlil.ciy: ; Dr. 1' With his f.ul tuaeral: traia. j j I fl4 reiiillected. given in 1S5G, due one d.iy after date, xx-ill: eompeiiaate? hr ll.e apparent low price mnv BUR'EOTIGHS

cK> tablMa'd '. Medical I Lieut. I 11.i I. .1. I outer. a kc.l. DE.
There if no fact more aiy Quinaan, Depr.ttment ; Yet pea 'e, -acl: I.t-uits-be still'] : jMvabh- J Ilenii'i or ,
in the jmysiology of man than thi*, that the i IJ. Ljons, 'Jd Artillery ; and !Lieut. J. )I. To..k upward to yon az-re: >ky, and kn; "" I'ioneT so'-iatit-n, is t.ow firming commeiiff JTAVINO
''rain expends its energies ;>.:n\ itself dung: Hildt, lUh It.fantiy.C htztv tiI.r! lIUSie i \\ill I his boM.iu thiill: : of ,f.im.irv.: 1 >.) pax able to J. T. I let ring. with n .-.tth-r.ifi in the fprin. Atnple Feenrirxt services to the public. Office opposite
\v here balliiicr blecZes blow. j tr et-nt. intere-t, \ lii'hi note }lin1: Ix-eti paid, b'.t Iiti. Dr. Uarnard's Store.
this hoars of wr.Kefulnes?, and tkat shoe arcTpfuperaU'd : riot wt..\\hrtht-r my name xvas torn t>:F. t will I be given for the faithful performance uf contracts Drug
Dee. 01-Cm
; :7 :SiNATou: : Si >J\KK has niramI ri-lujiseI, Tor hini hath )bloinin-il r.nd pPMni-. rt. 20. 1836.
if the tinr.Vh' .
during sli-ep ; rtTiiperatioiij : a i.pi] Th- ptibe!: cautionnl: a an-t; tiadin I; ig firaiiy ol"lifjt
(j, .'s emial the <.-x]>*c fl>xx-ers j ft'I irnnial ilck I a 1ii iu-r odVhose I--- ., : i.ote,. a.ji::% m-nt h.t-s I b'-en -t | .ii. 1 I/ More Agents are wanted to obtain suhst'riI I -ii.;;:

'vitbe this i is insanity. Thus it is, that in seat in the Senate as eailv i as piomi. ed.- \ imMC: i I' the sntiu I hat ?( !:>] !h's sings RICHARD SAl'NDr.llS. b-'i'r, to xvhom the most liberal imhiceti'ctils will bririvvn. I G. MCDONALD,
Some xviite that are making
1 I His I nervotfem.: it i said.ismore shattered \ bo-e Ii1.t; the iiriiie <-f Cod J.rnurv IT, 1f57. ::-w Agent they
-iTh I .u:1ih: bi-t >ry j persons who were con f 200 per month. Advert sing! will be done for every JIOVnCELLO, FI.A.
l than hi* bend or the gutta-percha cane. WeI 'Friend of my x-( '.ti1. t'.neweli here For full particular, Sub- 'l l 7ILL attend with assiduous all
ri >m-"d to died inuniacs thus ;I hoped 'hat his wound*, bv a sympatheticcongeniality T.I thee. we tiii'-t, a hupjii.-r life-i< iri fii- Carriage Shop, ttriptions. Agencic. te, Apply to T T to him.
-U'ej'In, always raxing ; xvould h-al I xxitii those fjf"bleed- One tie to c-aith for ti* h.ith 1 IIHK-.I! hi- >j>< 11, i E. BAI'DER.I : Fort Royal, Caroline Co. Va. Office( Hljoiiiin that of Cu?. Wworth.
.t t I',. ui-'i.;\ that those who are ttarved to death : ", An ther! formed for 1L avcu."' *** ; rrill rXDr.RSIGN'EDl.! leave to inf-rnr the Or to R. W. WHITE Agent"Tallahassee.! Fla. March 22. I8.8.
!' ing Kansas, but it seems th.it: the panacea -i. ritizt-ris''frn ahltltet. and -iiicintv that 1> has 12-ly
the brain is noutished -- '
tecome insane; not :-r---- :KFairbank's:
Jan. 57.;
in I thi* for the ___ ___
xxliich has nnd that Territory i fieu" h.sI opened a CarrrShop! plaee purpe
The < j --- -
and tuey cannot! Ilt-( p. practical iuf-jr- Tallahassee Market- 1 of doing :all kiid-: < of xvor'c ii-u. lly! done in an etab-! R. H. BERRY -
had healing offeet t its champion, but ,
elites an- three: I no upon COTTON :;.o. l.soT-Tb" ale of thi xvoik.ani''in IMimen! of t.i-sort! and! that he i* pr'p-uvd: to tin Ferry ,

1. Tho.-e who think most, who do iuot i leaves him J-lill sore-headed and unfit! for duty.I in t to T-'MI Imlr*. at the follow j>ri4'I; U t tal ( ;< KM I) W( MIK, and I at th-> shorten noti'-e. All t the i ITUATED on the OcWkuce River n-ar the Georgia Auctioneer and Commission

woik nirt t. l 1'u i at lo.) !15 n :it 11 -. l'i' o at 11. fI> at 1 I U ."" x. h > x\ i-li xvork d-.ne in a rna'r.er that xrill not f.iil tnj )_ line, foi aicrlv known :sw th-' Lynn Ferry, being MERCHANT.
brain require sleep. I (czr::: THE VT.RMOXT STATI; Horsr. at? Monti at 115'o 1 : at 111, 2'J at 1 2. 10' at 1 U'j. ilai ket elo.e.l.lull. j :jne satisfaction, xvouM do xveli to irive Mm a rail ii w chartered und! x\ell established ; aad having aiw
t2.TLat time "taxed' fiom inccary sleep i pelier, xxiiicli was de-troyM by lire on the b't if trviI.r pIewhtt.re. V31. KL'HXS. I n and excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wide and fifty TtrLmmssxE, Fla, Sept. 29. 855. 39

is infallibly! destructive to ui'nj, body and | tith insL. was bt-guii in IfvJ." and Jini-hed i in Si A 1-iAMi.-If'o I bale-, sold ;it 1 S lo iT. 1 J.muar';:_ 17.; IJ7.Proposals 3-1 f ftet long ; being competently and constantly attended,
esUite. HEIR k CObK-5.; Cot.11; lroVr? the undersigned would respectfully infonn all who JOHN R. LLOYDLtct1cI1c3ox'
The total I: of x-.hich
: 1 cost xxa? iW,077, ,
I River that muss- at Fair-
wish the can cress
{. Gixeoar eh", our chi dren, your servant | l.ri.00( ()( w.-i? contributed by the inhabitant* for Erecting the bank' 1-Vrry at all times with ease arid safety xshethtr :

jrive: all whme nnrter yon, the fullest 1 of Montpelier, and the r.111.lilI''r! xxs paid Sljip 11riu.I'Ull' I Marine Hospital at St. Marks, the water is hijh-: or low. A N DCOMMISSION .
amount of sleep; they will take, by conipellincr ; HARRISON FAIRBANK.
uf the State I It
nut treasury.: t vas a simple :
bed OF ST. MARKS.A Jan. 1''t7.Administrator's. 5 MERCHANT
i them to go to ;it some n-uular hour.
but imputing structure. The Veimont State ,
nid to arise i in the ui'-nnn tlie! in nnent they AItUIVII), TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
built of lane? and
I was granil ', architecturally TuEs1-aT ])
IrarriT: ,
nxvake of thcr.isilxx-s, and within a fortnight, w.'ithe handsomest .State t 2'2.:: I'rijj I[t-r.dJ, Keciic, from C.rKton! : aEoiuil -- WA.-HI.NGTOV, Dec. 27, 1s34;. July 19. 1856. 29IyS.
uaturc with almost: tLe legularity of thci lis- nidzp. months aft< r date I xxill! pr< spuf to the H-.n. Pro _
New En lar.d.CO" t x\ill br received at t.i-! SIX
House in
unloose the bonds : "">. I5iij; i S.'ibidf.Vtkcr.: fiom! f.ilvr! tf>ii, 1 ai'zi' lug sun, will of sleep the I div of February, A. I)., 1657, nt S. KNIGHT
Dark I-'ran'v) Sc r. } irig. fioiu Nee V..ik, imllj-t. t voucher as administrator do I.onis nun <.f the state ,
has in-en secured for 12 o'clock, ni on, for 1 the I construction i i of the marine
( .tiuori-V1i15 method i i
moment Tin
enough : : : new
repose ;
I 1 21. 'trig East, llfj-Uiirn, CJalvestou, 1a1la-L! I 1 of James Poindrster. deceased! and! at the same time AUCTIONEERS. COMMISSION MERCHANT
the wants of the system. This is the only of robbery has been introduced into! Xexv CLEARED..Tan. 4 ho-pitnl iiiithiiiized to brcm ted at St. HI.ukFlori npplv for a final: discharge from the further:i da, according to the plain' ;and specit'r.-atioin
safe and su'Tick'iit rule and to the !b preparedt of MI i itate.. IIL'DSOX) MUSE. TALLAHA} FLORIIH
; as question ; Yoik, it having en successfully practised ..
; 'i 4. tii'tz! inmt! >u, Murray, to Brudic it 1'cttc-, tliis department ; said firo[> ;.is! to l l,+ cither fi.r
how much sleep any one requires, each i upon a print'-r, one n'ght last week. (larro1 Nevi irk, xx-ith IM I<> bd: -* rpl.ind! cotton, .';0 dS.. I tinxvhvle litiiUiiiLj, or separate fur the I'.irFerent( ; kiiuN! i Quincy, Jan. 17. 'o7. S-6rn September, 18C5, 05
--- -
must be a rule for himself: great Nature will 1 ting eonM>ts in seizing! a man by the throiit, I. do., :; lo. deer -kiu I l'i> e.in.3 leaf tobacco, 1'J'J dry of work ; bills of p:irct-ls must in every ca-e sic
never fail to write it to the 4'b-cvcr under and cn l >l k iiiLr him so that he can give no nkirm, hides, 1 buggy. etc. each: bid( ; with the amount of each kin I of work, Notice* WILLIAM SCOTT,

?regulations ,1 just given.-Jour. of JlraliliCJiarJrg 1 xvbile a conffdeiate: rils! hh pocket?. I He I IN TOUT.i and the total amount carried 'nit ; thf department if- ALL persons imlcbted tc Solomon Sills!! a? admin ATYORNSY AT LAW '
-trviug the li.'lit to iij .ct or :accept the PrIlrJs2ils of the estate of J. Wilf.nl. deceased!, ,
1! i is left slran"l"d and almost si-nseless.' and be- i Bark Aa Fi.-h Wolfe, II. L. linkers, I Mann.) Linden. htrcby iiixiti-d, or any p.uU t thereof, xxhcn it deems the ,: will please call and settle r the claim* lull be sued MOXTICELLO, FLA.

B. IIunJinfqtn Thi- trick the i.iLiit uo n orvs the right to tx'liiiltthe! bid! uf nnx* | also to make immediate
persiU \xlio has so latelv (iecuptd: ; reach. has; been all ragellncng IS.iltiu. I Hooper Tinn'a, 1'hinin-y Jlt-ruhl[ KWne KailHepburn. pavn.entJan
; ; :
I i ]>er the public attention in a ciiminal way, : the more daring thieves of London tor DOWNING
xvill n-'t faithfnlly ptf:1'>ram ffit.contracts,or whiehi they -
reached the piison on Friday evening last. n vear or two J past. j fcjrhnj Senator. "\ViNon, J. V.sil, I It-i.iro! loutrorcVinsloxv j luxe attempted t.> ol.tsin: 1 l.y iiuhrection ; and all bi \\i Just Received BIRCHETT&DOWNNG'L1TTO1MEYS

The warden at first tlesigned to place hin> in j ; \ Jt-rrny Lind, HyUia.; i \\IK-II! I then.* i-hall !be ).1rtiLs in iiitcrt'st who do not join AT LAW% i AGESTS FOR CLAIMS

the hat shoji to work : but I Huntington I being | GO" S.i"rnsiNG: IN Lincui.v Hecent let- i ii: tin- I.lids, and all bids I that, IINIII inve.-tig.itioii, are l'e11iI.1 i'ieon"fron Arir Orleans : : 'o. 49O, Seventh Sirt-cl

a cabinet maker by trade, was placed: ::i the ters from Liberia repiesent the &ulfering from iARDEN SEEDS j I bflon-! fiir pi ice for the work. i f'\ CASKS Sides. WASHINGTON CITY. ,
of food Simon I Bids xx ill not be rt-Cvixed in gross, amid no contract; 1_U 5 Shc.uUIeis,
cabinet thop. He prefcirrd it tothc bat shop. sen city Iii coun'y, (MIOWT1I OF 16f.fi. "ill awarded to a bi.KKif tulcss; details arc fur- J 4 Tierce* Duffidds best Sugar cured Family 117ILL practice before the Court of Claim,, neil

On Monday he was bus\ nailing together bi-d- i to !lie veiy great. The[ Hoard jf Managers; "IT E would call the attriiti'.n of our fn I. n i nridth I iiirhe.! the department of the pii'vs of the TlilFtrpntkiniin Hain4, 'I 'i prosecute claims before Congress and tbe .e?-

stead slats, and packing finished bedtends i of the Ni-xv York State Colonization Society. TJ.in. f xvork and mateiia's xvhicli I shall be il.j j -etto I I 5 fills. Lird. eral Departments.

for removal. He maintains his fotitude: and j have directed an appeal to the humane and vrl1 f elected Assortment of the revi-inn of the depirtmer.t. f<> that it mav adopt 2 (Oil, July! 28, 1853. 30

works cheerfully. The overseer of the shop i henexoient for contributions, on behalf these FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. th xxhol or part of the bid!, ns the iutcrrst of tl.eUnitid 20 "Vij key.U .
States m.iy r<' ,
A vessel is (frI
m which he works, desii!ing to inure him gradually poor people. cow loading i. Our Seeds are procured from a Cold Ciiinite, and JHT cent i-f the amonnt of xx-oik done and 51)) '' Smmi.cfun. '4I

to hardship, which Is the practice xvitb i I Liberia, at Xexv Yoik, which ofl'eis to take consequently x'ill flourish th<- totter in a xvaini.-r one, I mallrialdelixeiud I l i accordini; to contract j price, ( aid I I I 150 Riishels black Oats, AT B1B AT LAW,

new arrivals for the fake of health, told him j fieiizlit! free for this object.j HK'h, as urF. ::g/; Call early or i pnd your oidc-rs, amount to IA ancvrt.iiri'l by thf! timate of an agent G Kr
he might woik with his coat for few 1 that: x'ou may secure the x-arictips yon (dtvin iif the ilrpartnif-nt. appointed t f;>r that purpose| .) xvill 1 I'M. }x>aran Nuts. May 21, 1853. 20
on a I j CCr" Ivn.vTfi KV is the mo.-t gallant and AMES .t LIVELY. I !* piii-l from tim to tune, ns the xvnik pn ies t-Sjand 1 Walnuts

days of this cold weather ; but Huntington i chivalric of Slates. There alone, in this : January 31, 1857. 5 I ten per cvnt retiined 1 until the completion of the c->n- 1 Cocoa Nnt. EDWARD ii!. WEST. *
took off his coat and woiked aa actively and I tract and acwopfarvt'of the work, ArM by the ni intafousaid 1 Lemon,.
1 the world is the right of suiTiage
cheerfully as though be bad all along been country or conceded the Hexised Burning Fluid ; and be forfeited in the event of nun-fulfil! For sale by R. H. BERRY.Jan. Attorney and Counsellor al Law I'
to woman. Hy -
i expressly I merit of contract. 10, 1857. 2Administrator's
the instead of
bench in
working at engaging : Statute any woman having a child be- OF & SUPEKIOIl QUALITY, just rcwive.1 and I Contracts will be awarded only to master builder TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

feats of financial ground and lofty tumbling txveen the age ot six and eighteen years may for sale hy AMES A LIVELY. and mechanics and the asignmnt'mit i thereof. xeept bvoonvnt Sale. Aprils, 1S56. 14
in Wall street. It luck at J.umary :Cl, 1857. 5
was Huntington's of the Secretary ofthe Treasury, x\ill lie a
; vote for school trustee. right was exerciscd -
his first prison meal on'' Saturday, to march forfeiture of the Mime. 'T'HE undersigned AdniinUtratrix of the estate of
into the hall next to, 141 ud be seated at the a year ago by several widows in (the I Trustee's Sali.TNDEIt Each: pnifxval mut be accumpanred bv n vrh ten -L William S. Forehand deceased, will offer and FLOYD & HOLLAND,

side of a large sized specimen of the African noiihe.Mi ]lart> of the State. j T and by v'rrtuf of the power in me x-pst.-d I iznanmtce, signed! by two responsible jerson (certified sell at public sale before the Court House door in Attorneys at Law.V7"ILL .

i lj by a dcd of trust, executed hy Richard llirchett to be so by the United States: ilictnct judge or Tallahassee, ou Monday the 2nd day of February practice in the Circuit Coir ta of Middle :
race. This was new to him, and of course czT-; : A Fremont clergyman met a Democrat and dated the first day of epteniber. 184'J, and attorney of theViid district,) in tIme sum of ?5.H'j for next, the following lands of said! estate situate in life T T and West Florida, and iu the Supreme Court

not \ery agreeable. This sudden transition Oh the sidewalk, and said to him, JJroth- by virtue of a dorec of the Hon. J. Wiijles U.ikiT, the whole work or of a proportionate amount, if for County of Leon anti State of 1'loiulu, to wit : of the State. Also in the District Court of the United
from to fare from any part that the bidder will s lien required if his Ent half of the Southwest quarter of section six States in the Northern
luxury prison spacious, er, can xou account for this remarkable result ;, dated 19th April. 156.directing:the ex.-cution of siid ; District of Florida.
richly furnished and beautiful apartment: loa } in favor of IJuchanan. alter all xve have ; trust I will fill for each h, at Tallahassee: on the fir .t pioposaU bo accepted enter into a contract and! bond Northeast quarter of the Xcrthxx est quarter of section R. J. FLOYD Office ApalncLicoIa, P1*.
of March. 18o", thf third with proper and sufficient securities for its faithful seven ; Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of D. P. HOLLAND Office
Monday Quiney Fla.
an ,
part un- ,
furnished cell cold "
narrow, gloomy, meanly said !r' Yes stil l the Democrat the Huchanan
: < divided interest of said liirchctt in the foIluvjii lan.ln perfi'rmance. Auction Ms ; Southwest quarter of the Southwest quar Dec. 22, 1855. 51 -
and dark-is a change which must produce men trusted in (the Lord, while the sitiiated in the County of Madison; viz : I Form of bond and certificate required will Le fur- t-r of Section six ; and the Xorthxvest quarter of the

most painful sensations i big mind. He ha* Frenionters relied on th<* clergy ; now you Suction 15, Town-hip 11, Range 10, South anti iiifhfl on application to the department. Nom thmeast quarter of section seven ; all in Township WILLIAM S. DILWORTII

expressed his desire to the keeper be made how much! better the Master does his i Et; ; JSorth half of Section 22, Toxvn see had on application to the dq>; rtmeut. The of the minor ami adult hein of raid and Connsello/at
acquainted with the iu1e ol the prison, so *' 10, South and Ki.ct ; Northeast quarter of'S.H-tion I':,'. property Attorney Law
work than the ,
apprentices. 1 Township 11. Range'J. South and East ; North half _.\Q bid trill lie considered unless itfu/li/ complies es/ate. SARAH FOREHAND, Adm'x.

that he may strictly observe them, and he OO SunirAKi.NK TALKCKAI-U i of Section 1, Tnvnship 11.I lanjre 0, S I-OK TIlE
will best of it.
make the ; and Kortlieast fj'.iart: of Section :SO, Towii-hip l 8, WILL practice in the Courti of (lee Middle tlr-
_/ DCELLINC IN NKW ORLEANS.-Messrs.'Louis given their approx-al to the proposal for laying I Soulhxvest quarter of Section 15, Toxvu-hip 8, Range to the Secretary of the Treasury, and plainly rcevive a large assortment of variety I March 22. 185ft._12-ly_

Packenham Leblanc and George W. down a telegraph cable in the Persian (julf, 10, South amid East, con'uinin? in all 20uO acres. endorsed Fropo.ahr the Marine Hotpitiit atS7. JUST color and quality, Wiudoxr-Paperiug every plain '
Also lots Nos. 14, 20 SO North half County Marks, Flu," and will be opened at one o'clock, LOAG & GALBRAITH,
I ,
White, both well known Creole citizens, and by connecting it with that already lad quarter and figured. Bordering to suit all.McDOIh .
fought duel on Metallic Ridge, at 1 o'clock I down in the Mediterranean, placing the whole and lots Nos. 50, 57, South half County quarter, p. ni., of the last day named JAMES for receiving GUTHRIE the came., ALL & IlOhifly. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALI.AHASSKB, FL.I.MA. .
situated iu the of Leon.D. .
P. 31 on the UOth inst. The weapons used of Europe in direcfcomnrnnication with Asia. I County P. 1IOOUE, Trustee. Secretary of the Treasury. Nov. 15, 185S. 4C LONG i J. B. GALBRAITH have assoct-

were double-barrel shot guns, loaded with I The project is still under consideration at the January 31, 1857. 5-5xv. Jan. 10. 1857. S7xvTrustee's themselves in the practice of Law They
will attend the in
New Books. Courts the Middle Circuit,tbe Supreme
East India [louse.
ball, and the distance wes tivcntyjuir nfl Sale Courts and the District Courts of the United

At the first firp Mr. Leblanc was killed, being CASK STOBE] TUST received, a large assortment oft I States at Tallahassee,
I TXDER: and by virtue of tie in me ve.it.md ) Misccllnncoiis Books,
0Lieut.: Maury ol the National Observatory power wmprisin
shot Through the heart THE eubfcril, ou and after the let day of Febru [J by a tired of trust, executed by Richard '1'. Bir- Standard Works, Prose. Poetry> and TfBiauce Office opposite the Court House
| in a lecture in New York, said : 1 1j II of UM nt wilt cwiiine hi tusitutWely I October 28, 1854.
The 1T
body cube deceased was brought into prei year elicit u'nd dated the first day of September, 1849, *, xth! all [tie recent publications;
his late residence, Bourbon sfrei-t, for j have always found in my scientific studies ) ,; upon theCd5a and by viitiie; of a decree of tbe Hou. J. "tYaylt-s B.jLcr. Bancroft's and Ilildreth's United States.

an Inquest. Mr, Leblanc was 42 years of I that when J could get the Bible to say anything Sy1om dte1 l io'Ji April, lb5C, directing the execution Motley's History of the Dutch Republic,just pub Dr. A. W. DAVIS, P. D. S.

age-deriving bis middle name ( the co j on the subject, it afforded me a firm therefore wilt keep no ncconnts. All those who have I of said trust, I will sell for cash, on the first Monday lished. PRACTICING DENTIST;
incidence of nnr\ platform to stand upon, and another round in obtained his OrocerieB without paying for them, are of February, 1857, in the town of Mnriiina, in the Allison's Continuation of the History of Europe,
being born .ou the day of the the ladder by which I could safely ascend." I informed that their accounts xvill be placed in (the I County Jackson, all the right, title and interest in 5th and 6th volumes. TALLAHASSE, FLORIDA-
battle 'Chalmette! when ( en. Packt-nbam I hands of p. lawyer for collection before next returu law or in equity of the said Richard T. Birchett in Abbott' and Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs I December 27. ISSg. 52

was killed, and was Deputy Sheriff in the Sovsi | day. R. II. BERRY I and to the following described tract or parcel of Land, ; French Revolution; Gibbons Rome; Hume and Macauley's -
Supreme CourtDELICATE Or; x-It is said that during ain i Auctioneer and Com. Met chant.j situate in said county, viz : The North West qtiaiter England Srd and 4th volumes; Rollin's Ancient'Historv

storm Troj-, New York, last week, it flock j January 31, 1857. 5 of Section eevcn. Townchip six North, Range ten ; Thirl wall's Greece; Ro'utaoo's works; Dr. .P. P. LEWIS

of wild ducks flying over the city, became West; the South West quarter of same section. I Prescott's Ferdiunn CHETKTMAK G r rr.-On Christmas Township aholl"Hffige} ; the West half of the North Philip the 2nd anti Miscellaneous; Ruwell's Modern
loaded with k-et mid VJT
several of them fell to Bainbridge Hotel. L rona that ha i iiv B.V iu pwseiwion of'r
day, N. P, Willis sent a lady a pair of the and their East quarter, and the West half of the South East Europe; Hallam's Historical Avork,; The Works of c&a tll the latest iraprovementHJu Doutii-

garters, representing a wreath of rums, acoinpanied ground were caughl wings being THE undersigned having leafed tlie; plaoc quarter, of H.ime section, Township alit! Range ; and! : Lord Biicon, Addison Goldsmith, Irving, Hcott, try. 1st, The extractioo oO Tteth. without pnxlaeing
< so fro/en that they could not use them. liii aa JlibU-nfs Hotel," hopes by the South East quarter of Section: twelve, Town.lup Dickens; Irving' Life of Washington, Spark's Washington pain, bv the aid of a local application, which eooaicU
: bjthe following rhymes: liii_ strict attention to businob8, and! U> the coni- six, Range eleven West-containing 640 acres in alL t and Headlev's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous in applying anificial.n- cgiulztv/re tu the

Wbui ctjjiil with morning rmge re, O:7- TEKCIBI.E COLD AND SITFKKKI.M | forts ut' his guests to merit a ahnre of the public pat- D. P. UOGUE, Trustee. Writings iu 10 volumes, library style ; until fully benumbed. ?d. The iramWiateniMrtion perU ofa

.. Awake *nd tiring be, Charleston, Jan. 2$.-Wo have advices frojn 1 ronape. Hi* table will Lebupplied with the best the January Z% 1857. 1-6w Chamber Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2 Temporary Set, on Outta PercWa, uliifh b 'btf

And whh your pretty flnjrr Petersburg to day up to Thursday. The country aflbrda. if" The Marianna Patriot will pK-ase publish till volumes, just issued, containing an account nf the worn with comfort, awl ease till tbi CJi'fln' *fful>

Clasp tint about your \rutc. cold there intense that that JAMES ROGERS, Proprietor.Junuary day of sale. literature of our country from its discovery to the pre prepared for a permanent Set ; tbn iuVrrtcd oir y
was t o day
> upon 31,1867. 5 sent day, with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts that beautiful called Oiuns
ooutlnaous ithreWar
WLep plan
with ,
day eve repotet, 18 persons were frozen to death. No mains} from their writings. The Lest book of the kind ex much '
And stars begu to see, Notice so worn admired, for beauty.strragtli, aed.
have be received from the tant. "
as North '
perfect clcaolintn.
ITnejMp Ihia band of Master's Sale. '
rottt, having demand against the estate of Simm'a Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances *
And, dewett, tLiuk'of ALL persona( May 31, tS5 2
ma. 0 :7" An Editor in Arkansas shot B virtue of a decrue of hU Honor J. Wnylw Baker B. Tucker, late Jefferson County, deceased in sets ; Statesman's Manual; History of the -- i:
xr-Tbc marriage of Prince Fredeiiek xvas lately Jndge of the Middle Cirruit Court, in Clmricery. will take notice that they must present them Republic; Wektttr's and Culhonn'a Work'*, complete, -
Mild-of PrpBiawith the Princess iu un nffiay. Luckily, the ball came guiii6t wherein John Martin cornplauwnt and JohuP. to the underaigued. duly authenticated*withii> the time ia 0 volumes, j Notice .tili
114LI lloyal a bundle of unpaid ceoun'5> m hw, jiorhet. K.1 Savage, Iiha; B. Savage, his wife,sad Bolting proscribed by law, or- this notice will be plead in ban- BUn 'Cooks and Sat n ryIettsr, Cap, Ljal ALL person an hereby raotiiiMtl m4- btrid.r

te2IatpfNo'cIl1Pi Gunpowder could not get ttirouglxiilut I [Baker, Trustee. SIB defendant, I will "sell At public of their, recovery ; and all persons indebted to laid nnd Acertimt Papr; IoU and Sleet Pens with and certain pronnwory Unto giviioGscrgW. -
: :; L57wbej the P/Ince: will coin- ontcry, for cash before the Court'House door, in the estate are hereby notified to maluj,,immediate pajment without bandies ; Envelopes fnnry and plain; Visitin Fowler b trer;tar Fortrtvo dnHmanJ fllrrfwladatHdonth026UidvcrAprU7

ple&j.r $eYeute8fltheir. The =PAlace of (ttT' An ordinance has b eq published at I ]city of'Tftllaba ee'on' theflist Monday 'in March to.Uiei.mi.deni'eqfld'.V ; and PlajuTg Cards ; L.<% M Journals, DayBooks } *, I wffl act e

Urter rXWfen, har BerUn. U Uii/g/ fitfd Wurtzburg prohibiting dancing at tho xxedJing I'nezt-.-between The hours of sale.'three n'gri 'elavi. WM.TL WAPK ) AUmrs-, /* Records wid PassBooksand 'everj.. article -pay it unleMroarpent"ifl... > *oinr'liw..
tip fear fftQlmadcnce'rf the BL'GB'ARCUKK' ; Jr., $aater.Jazi1IS5V SMITH SlilKlXS.f ..
jroung con je ofiJuxvo and wldovt&n. b-Sw j I iiouiktllu, Jnu. S, 1857. 1-8\r 15. 411 JlclXUGiLLHOBB'i\ Wkeenahm.Jna.1 -r'U-41 "

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Executor's Notice. : TO BAUIIE & WHITAKER >; Dr. M'LLA'XE'S
: PJEW GOODS.i THE PUBLIC. j I' Important to Housekeepers, :

; VLL creditors, legatees sad perv.ns entitled to j T DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854,1 visited i '' FARMERS AND FRVIT GROWERS j GeaemC.tualSSI'DMerdlaDII, |t CBLEDRATED

.-4 bt ort in the estate .1 H :nry Saxon ., JOHN PRATORIOUS ,
l j
: c e.4J. are lierrby notiS- t exhibit the same to thetHiderssgael j purpose of obtainfllg relief of."a very painful and distrewing -0- VERMIFUGEUVERJPILLS.
iuterest of fro Thaiz
within two from this
J Execalrix TTAVING purchased
years V :
:. t date! .T the same will be b.un.-l at the expiration of ;; MERCHANT TAILOR, all entirehgvne CANCER of before the nose J visited and eye.the Doctor My nose besides was ;j'! Arthur's Patent Air-Tight J;I IL RICHARDSON, (of the late firm of RjcnAaDon t I'i .3I

C thatperioi ELIZABETH: SAXON Dealer In Ready Made Clothing andt a very deep ulccralioa on my cheek and about my frnminf PlrrA Fruits and Tna-'{ WairAKEa,) we tender to our frifods and the public I't : .
lSSG.Isw Executrix. CAXS/tf I services i in the Storing, Buying. Selling Rec i||.g
I Nov. :'. 'ye. I am nappy and proud "t., say that Dr. Mosely H'inttr Ur. This article extensive our ,

I -.----- Gentlemen's Furnishing Good V did relieve me. and had it not been for my having U ly used in the East and Northern States but season, .i, and Forwarding of and Cotton and Merchandize. sincere. ';, TWo of fb. best PrwparailoM- of|&. Aw..
To friends we return our
D.lld: T. Lingo, Admfr. &e., ) Jefferson Circuit _. V expose niy clf to very extreme cold bad weather I will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and onr patrons heretofore extended and ,
V. VH.Sarah Court. I fn 110- rcc ring my Fail and Winter-sitp do believe that I would have had no return of the surrounding country by the undcrsidfced who has row thanks, for the patrow.ge u., I( They ate not
attetlich b their interests in futon to
C. Granger et al. ) In CbU1 ry.IT divase. \isited the Doctor: n second time and he j I' the exclusive right'to manufacture In this Tiucinity for : hope by our recommended
Cloths rt' '
f Cassi-nrrcf
( !illg$ 4.ci$ merit continuance of the same.
p n
r. i relieved me again; and so far ai the various i eports : the coming season. It is only necessary to call and !
=rpeuio to the satisfaetivn of the Co-irt in this) P. K.: BAILLIK. FLLTCHKh WHlTAKER. as Universal
tlial! \\'a1"r (;ran'rit1i Grancer. and Color. She! and about the Doctor's injuing or failing to rel'eve me.they examine these :article and the recommendations of
*:'<-, Every Qnalily New Port, I-la, July 1st-. 1856. i
) faUe. As Dr. convinced that
the heir c.f VUngt&in Granger, '!'ec ueJ, defrna are positively regards Moselrv's the pefO'lS"ho have used\ them to be Cure-alls but
4 V skill in tbe 7-eatrtf of Canetrs, I know of no Physician they are the best t..most simple and economical articlefor simply for
ts :n the a xwe stattil cause. t-side l.)lcd the ;-,..icI am prcj-arcd; to 7ircc up in ie mostftishhnallc cr Haring disposed ofmt :inter*.t in the: late
in the world that I would sooner rely on than the offered to (the public. They can "
: l.mits; of i Flori !a, to wit: in tie Stite <,[ Alabama so purpose ever firm of Richardson J Whitaker to Messrs. Baillie & what their
style short notice him. As a SUROEOXand YSlClAX.hc is unskilful without the name
on equal be used by the most ,
that the ordinry!: pr"ee'* of Lsw cmrntxt\ !erved upon Whitaker would tender my thanks to my friends and pur-
to any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to slightest! ) risk of failure.
them : It 'n ordered t2nt said eae be vt for hcnriaj AND REASONABLE TERMS. patrons for their former kindness, and confidently rei j
that I found him be
.. say to a perfect gentleman tVPurchasers are supplied with a circular containing
on the first Monday z: April next, an 1 that s.iHUfenJant : -.AI.SO- i commend to their favour and support tar successors ports.The
and ndvUe all
Philanthri'pi.! persons afflicted with full nnd reliable directions for putlingup fruits
; tlo appear auJ plead answer (.r demur.bt in business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. !
C-icrcr, to ,Visit: the DOCTOR as j-oon a! jxwsible audb.e and tomitoo? in these Cans placing the whole VERMIFUGE for
;. that time.; c.ierIie sai;.1 th" facts charged i i'l 8i 1 Ii 11 : Provided. That a (' "
t py READY-MADE CLOTHING, Rome. Aiirn 80th.! 1855.y A large s-upplv ot these Can will be constantly keptin expelling Worms from
c *.f thi* orivr be pub's1- ia a newspaper at TaU' ;
t Mr. Racsnra Cooper signed the above in mvpre.cuce. store. Persons. wi ishint;to supply themselves shouldapplv i"THOMAS; WhITE
; h'!-Q fur tlw spa" of three moJ.tliS nu.b".Jre f IJ1irsl Consisting; of every garment suitable for winter wear, ;
THOMAS PERRY Post .J02 ,. fruit ;is hnn\1. .
>t( immediately as the season Dear at the human
Monday. D Sri December 1S5C. which i will be Ji.pl l of at lorr prioeg.Als Ron.e, August SOth, 1S55. All Cans sold ere ml\l' by the undersigned and war- JANUFACTURER Copper and Sheet Iron J; ,
*. rantod safe. Wil. P SLUSSER. XV J. Ware and I dealer in all kinds of Plain anti Fancy
WAYLUS BAKER, Judge. n Lir re lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars, also been administeredwith
.. Dt'Ur 13, 1550. :. .nw Undcrthiits. Cra.ll Stocks Hosiery. tc. .te. Awful Case of Cancer Cured. by 31, 1S56. 22 !; Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing citizen

i i. -- _ .- --- -- ---- t i Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that be U i'
Those dt:!iring a thorough! ( Jtt will consult their THIS t.) 'l'rtiJtL.t Col. S. H. Harris. of Crawford V the most

India Rubber Packing.JNDIA orn iutereets by jri iir.gr mn a call a! all the aboVf articles count*-, cam* to me in the year 1?51. ,'ilh a Can- Piano Fortes.ffTfli'"TE I j now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize satisfactory V

have been 'f'If'Ch'h! great care aad with a err oa his'chin of fourteen ears standing, the chin- : him iu his line of business. He also tenders his thanks i results various
Rubber Packinr, cf all thicku< e!, frr-m :- are prepared to furnih PianoFortes I II to animals:
his friends
; to and the fur the
i. I public generally
and saliva! very
special MCW- to their ad Jptation to this market.October bone glands had all btoome very much
; inch, eon-tanty! on hand at I). LADD.Newport. dipMsevl and his constitution ruined. r of the very bast quality, i iupon" 1 liberal} patronage with which he has heretofore been I II
IS. 1SOC. ncaily Mr. Har-
Oct. 1 S. 1*55. 4 ly42A. the most liberal} terms. subject to Worms.
I -- ... ri* hail been under the tieatr.icnt of many eminent voted, and be hopes that a continuation of the same >
---- --- They me second to none iu any country either as .
will be l him.
phj>ic.ine.: and among them w as the gn'al-Dr. Shepard. t
Executor's Notice. B. CLARKE. ; of Cha-lt>tou and also the celebrated! Dr. ll.irshall. to E\crv"lnstrumentwill nuahty or price. be warranted. J;I He will constantly kcrp on hand a fall supply of all i isoi The LIVER PILLS, for
U of WarS usually krpt in an establishment of his j
} of M > who treated }hi
nonths after date. I slall fml :?- Kv\ cae twice x\ ithoutrenwnjj NASH .t CO. 'i
present my
<..J:1t and vouchers to the II w-rabe! Jude of now rcc.ixirj: h's Fall anJ Winter Sack <.fGoyl : the discs- He r.n:1Ihwent to Dr. Matsliill. lint of bu"iacjs. .A full eortment ofSheet Iron, the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -*
IS February 23,1856. 8
: JVobate for JeST executor of John 'I !*. suitable f'.>rTsj a s I'e informed :'. the third time! and h* rofuj. I IV I: Sheet Lead ; Ix-ad I'ipea.; Sheet} Ziuc. Cistern Pumps
-' --- -- ''
Johnson late (.faij 'ont'c"et'. ) .. and! a'k fyr a ; s if.? ., ed to do a'.yihing: more for him. Son after that time : and a great many other articles too nutntrous! to mention ) all BILIOUS DE-
.._ .- :1 --UI1212 .
0 U :W JJ Mr. Harris :.e.ln1"t i the wonderful cures that I
and tharc b many I I
<]ismiioa as '.i" cxfcut'kr.W.JAMES '
IIINES, qualified executor. asstlc: : : in part of Fiereb =ni 5 Lc-h!: C1o15.; ; C: siincie :- hai made and] vi-ited! II\.i Gritnu at a List resort.I received 600 Of.sCEs Sulpli Quinine. :, TO DUILt ERS. j RANGEMENTS, SICK HEADACHE

Nitnber 2. 156. G:1-I'; ani V.sticks of all c.Inn, n1 of the brstquility. !. I c"'r.1:1fl11: tsentin! his case.n,1 in six weeks tLC V f JUST UraUil, together with a great varietyof Tin Roofing. Guttering Copper and Tin Conducting i

I ---- -- -vrL'"!h he is prop-ired t.) manufacture to order .a rt .Cl'rV:- all rcm',ved, and! the} sore ne..ri\ hc: ..i.- pure Chemicals.! AMES JL LIVELY. Pipes il<*., all of w h'ch be promises to d. in the most ; &C.Purchasers.

tile :act resjonal-'e knr.s ::d :n tLs I."!t Titlca: -e w.is seen and Tsituc-5e: I by 'r.or. thin the April 5, 1S56. 14 i work-milo-like manner and st\lc.1 nnd of tie best ma ;

Notice. FASHIONABLE MANNER hundred 1't'rWG I Lathe Concur now in mv pi-s- terial I, on shortest, notice nnd meet rea 'iiable terms, will

1 LL person* living ,demand aipiu the estate o j<-5ioa. and any person can !ec it b\ calling at mv. of- Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the last eight years in pleasebe

.t.1. Daniel Hojcfc. will: present them to the uixKrhlgned T"' Khcr wit:: r. general assortment of tee, in in Gril ,. Thi case Wit w'iI"'S5c.1 l bv SUPERIOR: article fur Table u'(. Just re bu5n-s at thia place he tliinks it unnecessary to recommend .ask for

aJ:11i:1i"tratnritbin the time prescribed Ly HEADY-HADE CLOTHING, :, THOMAS L JONES: of (;,-:: .A.V eeivcd by AMES:
1. law. or this iK'tice will be plrad i ia bar of tMr rc-<"m-- Dr. J. I). MARTIN I .. ."56. 14 capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he
!''pre fiverably! with any ftoek of C1 ; icimeJiatelv.persons ir r .ver exhibit! for sale 1:1 this city. con-isiu: of F. CRENSHAW, I Flower Jars. : cheap pricec.

payment :JOHN W. HOUCK. AdmtV. Fine Black and Coo'! .,i Cl ih anJ Fnxk Coats I do certify. that myself. and many others, of this LARGE as-ortment <>f Flower Jar, various Sire Having temored from the old stanJ formerly known brated VERMIFUGE and

: December f 0,155. :1-*t 1C:1s5ill.HC an VI 1 Baser Frock a- d Busings: place,. xi ere eye xtaeecs: t<) the above stated case, j V *. Jut received and for sale byAMF. > as White: it Sluver he will be found at his stand cur- '..

------- -_ _ Cat!. aiJ that Mr. Harris l lft perfectly well. ; "'4Vt LIVELY. ner of 20O f x.t street, where he TV ill be glad to wait LIVER PILLS prepared by
Black! an J cWc C' /.h, BJ Pilot Over- "A. II. HATTON.Guffiu 1S5R. 14 i'I on all his friends. THOMAS WHIT i ij ,

Noticp Sack nrtont!. : May, 14, 1S52. April, iI j Dec. 1,1855 48 ,
na !a"'s Black and FA'JCV Doeskin: ai.d Cs imcrelas I gft.\\\\\
\ I.L pcrs' u l b TJn; demands against the estate c f PROVISIONS-plenty at last.r VV --- ---- I .\( .

.-\ Jobn '\. ToTvnsend dec*l. e-J. late r>{ Jxontv To Ihe Afllirt'l of all Condilioiit: I II I It i WILLIAM P. SLUSSER
\ BBLS. Flour 0
B-t Gren-i'Ji'f. Satia 1 Cloth Ye ,
noti eJ to them to the undcrsijnc. Barathea :n =la,
NU within: the are time pre-crihe preseat by ]a"-.or they will II irroJ. Fancy Velvet.! C.1-':THre, bilk \I.J] C.:; mHc Jo., (1') certify that I \'-:* mo;t b.rrihlfRI"te.1 witha ( \J, S Casks. Bacon Sides and Shoulder. .' Ta11ah.assee F1a. I. SOLE PROPRIETORS PittS-
.]leUel arc requested to make Wbife Silk! do, Cancer on my upp- !ip, which caned me pain in : Dufneld's Hams, ,
fO.D.111 jxjrsons m pay- Jt"rbblftl'r; tr\ing the skill elf all the mostamnriit BI.I Me 1 Pork MANUFACTURER Coi>rKRTi.\ S1IL-LT I
GeitSbaW Ores-Ins Rob->1', Fine Shirt.! '.. Silk.CViitop V J 10 so OF AND burgh Pa. and. take
: tnfl snrnt-diatelv. Phicians that I c"uld! hear of, and that 2 Lard nnd 10 do. no
L. WHITE.. Adail'r.December sud MHnj! I'nJer shirt I ?. : kegs IRON \\.\::, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL *
1' 20.1S56. 51-i t" Canto FJanucl xriJ! Jean Diavrtrs. : without; relief.) I gave up my case as hopeless! nnd. asI : -1 M ohu>se<, 20 do: Rectified Whiskey, DEALER IN PLAIN F"cYsv JAPANNED other there Various
I thought with death sUnn ? me in the f ce. But fi-r- 10 '* Su;ar, 4 tlo. French Bi'-cuif. For sale ; as are

--Notice.- -ALSO- tl nlthf..r me, f hoard <.f Ir.V.. Ii. Moscley's {real I bv Mt-NAUGIIT, ORMOND i CO. ,\ .\RJ:. i I
A frener.-.i a'"..rtrvi.tf! Fnn'-y ld I Black! SiI: and sere:5' n the tro.itn.cnt; r of this disease, and! as a last I :;II\-. S, '16. 45 Stove Head-Quarter1 preparations'now
4 LL ba,-n. .m\D']* az n"t tie tHe..r Tit'i and I h< ,m.lt! .
Satin > ( res-irt. fcatmvi't.
persor t'P\ s, Ciavat Collars. colorel and pIn".J myselfu'idi-r one --- -- -- ---- SPLENDID ParW 'in.l
JT1L Jcbn R. Bla\klel c. latf of Jtif.'n <'J-.:lt.- dcai *- white Kid aJ Silk Gloves Buck r.nJ Jjsle: Thiead) month' from t'"J!! liii'c !I.. corjiiKncd, I wa per'ectlv'! India Rubber Belting. \ : Wood Stoves vrtm-nt, triramwd Cocking.with neatue before the public, pur-

eJ, T-H1 take notice that thy must pr..t:t thT. ,!h? Lade.]:: Gautitl--! '.* superior LIn:.n. Cambric: and s;il! 1.nvc been *., evirincc.. LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Dc1il1g'.f J and V ] reduced I
durability, at prices.
to the uodcrsi- ed duly authenticated iihi-i ih} tine Si'k Hiudkcnhiefr.: Br.wn and Frtbcy C ply fully t-qual i
prtKrib by law. or tl.i" r.etice will t-o plead i-i bar Thr'-ad and Marino: j Hotc. A-.. ..c. CALL AND Cults Cuur.ty. G.. il.iy 27, IS 1C. to j.e-atI'r. and 75 in fact conid Out Door Work. !
"f'' their recitvfTv; and all }HT,JJS iJ.dA..J too 'ail! BUYOtnbcr. per cent cheaper ; Rnofin Ornamental Front Heads Guttering Cop- and Liver Pills. All
irc-d by tl.oe who have tried theui. superior to Leath
ate are hereby notified to make :11ek.e i'JY ; : .r and Tin Cornlnctincr Pipes Sheet Lead, Sheet '
\ IS. ISS h. -12 p ;
Cast of Cancer Cured, tr.11 ?i/ raent to tbt cnikreigned.THOMAS Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop ork others in
0. ODER, \.JI! intra'r.NoT. : BY I)R W. R. MOSLLEY, M. n.) on hand bv D. LADD. of variety done at short not.ce. : comparison. .

.-; FALL MILLINERY.V I do c\'rdfy that: I wa for many years bodilvalllctod : N-wpor\: Oct. 1 1S56. .. 42 every I
.::?. 1551) "
-- V and Merchants .
with Cr.c-r.m; my Lip lid 1 Chin, I tried all the City Country | with Dr. McLANE's are
A FES E DAVIS has opene-1 POwill! }be Town Property for Sale. Are incited call i' ,
Notice. re rcir.odie:: I "uld hear f. but found no relief. I finallv: respectfully togi\e me a befoie pur

_t 1 ctivin, by exj.res thioujhout the sc.'on, 'he} lizard'f Dr. \'. R )b."fs l great succc in the r|MIE underpinned i offers nt' private ale, the fdiw- : chasing el"ewber worthless.

\ Lr PEsJ..t'ir; elBable jUlts r-f tn-atm'it <,f Cancer nflectious, and M'it'-d hin at 1. i1l6: -cribed property known as the Jra* is Ijot, ir N. IJ. All articles manufactued from the very

-JkDavsoa Batn.nrht.. decease, li-; ff I"Tcouutr. P.\IUS Gilfii'i.; and the of siv -k4hchad thoC V Lest material and warranted durable. No other art The McLane's
in ) < ''urse \* no MZ : Ix-tsN.-. 23. 2i. S'i,4S' 14nI4U' 142, 143 GENUINE
are beicby, notified to !eut ibex t( tl"v t le wilt be offered for sale.
pr all: rvinovod. I ud! advise all ll-at afH.ctedv
r are 144. 22ii, 227. 235. 23V1.240, 241, 212( 243, ?44. 245.
rublx .
Flowers anJ
Feathers) V
:r. ricr. :
Ailnni ctrator witLi-j th time ; a N::t':1
idersljaed prern \itii tlu- tii-rase i to vi-t: him, and hat e their health 2JS I 2-tt;, 250. 252, 253. 254. 256. 257. 25*. 253, all : October 20, 1855. 42 Vermifuge and Liver
f Drs TI irm" .
:l ilh variftv cf Drtn.1
bvlaw, cr this notice \sill be pl a-i! 1:1 bar of th-r: re = a .
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1. Ho i iq, -\ond all!! kind f doubt! the -
r-st' re > mostskilful in the original pjan t>f the city Tallahassee. .
ICHr.m.i all rt'Tis nidebtc 1 are rerj.< 'P..j > Ckak !Patttrm. B> ci.c'f. Hni'-f.)! Cl :tV*. HeaiDrtSr 1-
p Cancer tb South-in States.Ch LIFE INSURANCE.
u"Cr in ;
be had
I *rua;e immediately. ,"!. tlc.. iui.j. to odcr. B..n.t,1':1"1.i }pror.ii -?- -ALSO- can now at
parmeot r.k-cC.i.Cx; EMANL'EL DOM[ING;AS.RFIEUFMJ .
15. J. R. IJOATWRUJIIT. Adr. (.J] : ,i hajis a'teuOr !o rs f:'oui the cntn.trvfaithfully I : :--I>r. J. I n. Mai tin, Griffin, (Ua.: ; Dr. J. I Lots No*. 1, 2, 3,4. S, '6, 7, in S. Cc-uu'y. !, THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO ail

Nov. 25, 1556. -i?-;v.Executor's auJ promptly fi lel Th hIi..n.f TallaLaas Y M I'lK-kft. H rr.s coui'v, Texas ; Greer Bih"p.Rrrasl II -A L s o- ACCITMCLATED 'ITAL. . .?1 I.c.l'O.Ooo. respectable Drug
--- e a'i'J liclnhy; arEhclt.I! to call andx] :r.Irse rI"IH3 Company i issues policies on the lives of
(;rifli::.. (;a. Lots N.s. 4. 12 13. 18, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 '
: Sale. r.t the hoc"; kn.w'1s Mrs. Oirard: e'I'I'te:: the ___ I JL White persons for one or more vearor for the Stores.
Ep.pal: Cliuich, lt'r.r'e street. G.2. in the South i County quarter. whole period of life OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM j .

"\ \"ILL be o'dtt the highest bid-j..r.<.n tL? !--r'h Xov. -11 .St'itzhitc can be Cured. The above described) property formerly l belonged Dividends declared to the insured on policiei issued | FLEMING BRO'S,

Mi-niay (fJaruartxt at tl.e T<"5u c; Alia] -- : LET THE PUBLIC READ to G.V. Bniwn. For further information and Urnis, for lif{.

..1 ;jtjn, Colcmbia CO M)." Iloridx all the ,T\rt.. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.' ; I> incrcv t. the it3ited; and the platitude and} high whi'-h nil! be liberal, apply: to A.Perry maker, &', PaINT i .. 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.

$i Las-i and other i property (,f J.;!hn: W. L/jTe.deo 't d" GROWTH Of' 1S55. V oj} iin.i I ,:t-Ltfr'ain! of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeon A tt'l r..-. at Law, T.i'Iahuvee.' FKEZVX, Actuary.-MORHIS FEAXKLIX, Pres't J Sole Proprietors

, .-1t9titZ. ; of four ..tttoAl.le"PT.:
., 1 215 near the M, '!hite. Srrinz in llan i't<'ij o.urt\ iGi(1: 1) UTA lia:n. Flat Turr.ip, Cabbage. Eee s ,'.e m\ \wife h-ipiiig p.t the same time tlat:1) pf-r*"icj Until fol.l, the above prurfI.llIJf'. for r"-nt. I V January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS i! SCO\'IL& MEAD,

f' l yin; near Culuinbus :a Columbia count7EK.M.S \-. j just received. miil.irlv ntlliftdl may be -jpfitted bv it. In the A. PERRY AMAKER.Fcbruaiy Xo. Ill Charters SL Yew Orlexa1

4 made kfY.wn on the day of Fal; AMES ,i LIVELY. llrst p:it t of t'.i"! yrsr, my v :fc h.id several j-r.ir.ll: lur.iiia 1C, 1556. 7-tf AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. 1[ General Wholesale agent for the Southern State, to

ASA A.STEWART, .. Jar.urrv 5. T-"j<. 1. to n.ake th'-ir Hj'jM-aranoe; in her bn-ist : they c iutiuod V V : whom all orders must be addresned.
V : C.U.tT.AL. .. . .. .?500t'OC; >.
,L&MFS.; JONES, ,f"1" Turpentine Farm for Sale. ] to i.' :as- in ?;izc. until the \iiole 'breast 1-cea'ne Cod Liver Oil. Sold by Ames A Liyely. E. Barnard. Jr. lCeeI

Df'NmLPr 1 1; 5i'-di' a ai-eased mass, ail \"l'1T painful. I procured tl., r.ESII .; PURE of tile celebrated Brands" He THE undersigned. Agent of the above Company, I Nash t Co Tallahassee, Fla. ; J. S. JLQnincy Davisea,

-- -. -. - FOil: Sale about ":lex HI h'ndrstl) air- of bu.! *o. lest rcedi'-al aid) in the city r-f Rome nn 1 notwithstanding I I ijirnaa Clark! i Co,
P.B.BzOKAT'S.L1YEY tl.l'w!:h a cil:'!! f.inn; all: i'llr'ro"UJ1' r.t", and] the eaiuett and fiifhful attti.tion (.f 1 the most ale by AMES do LIVELY against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, & Co. Wmukeenah ; lloselv
srill; Ve 5,1.V! at a b
AMD) Si.lE STABLES JOHN II RHODES A. 1' FULLEY.Wakdla worse, until they give the case up HI incurable and! I ---- - -- --------- Ja.oWlrvI9.1856. 3 B. C. LWIS. W. Rogers A Co, Cbattahoochee; Baltzell A Tadge.on .

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Fia., October 4, U50.10 advised ampntafi I wa advised i ] bv iianri: >fniv* Most Approved Corn :Mill in [see : ------- ilananna ; Nicholson it Zei:Ier. Bainbridgc,(Os.
- -- -- -- -- friends to visit DR. V,*. R. IOSELEY of (:.itin. ('.a.. Notice. i D. 11. Dickinson Baiabndge ; E.. Seiias, ThoaairiUc] ,

I H'IIE Proprietor would in- 1L- Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Blan which I did all'I. a-Ir-i-.hmg:; as it may 1'1111. he It"d 1J f f\A\ ) OF MILLS the for most sale approved the Sub""r:1 LANIER CORN Thee weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon. 'I Ga.
-L form his fri nd and tle by ('r. SIX
: hr etittrtlicured ai hin c-ne 1OiVl'l 3.r i. limp February 23,
kets. Pn-bate in and for the .8:1yVV
of Jeffersi'ii.
t1 _ _
( Mills have K' county
'u for some tmie in this ;
.public: that he has rebuilt Lie_ in ijui.d Italt/i .'! J would adsedl\! are i.fiitedwifh use through re
4 It rue Brick Stables, at tbv old st.-iii-l. au.l \> DO-. 1 t\ CffYARDS aj.'ored! Iversejs an 1 Ga hcinlr.: ;!. and Canorous alT--tioi, t., visit tl.f) ::inn and\ lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfacti"n. fr letters cf Adiciuistratkn en the estate of I Blacksmithing.TlIE .
John Severs late of said deceased."JAilES .
JUjUVjU Plai:.. grinding with ease 10 bu"hels and the rise county
prepared to acc mnxtdate Lie friend!* and cutnnlfr! Doctor without JdI:111 I am satisfied by cxpeii-ncennd ; : Undef'igned'hJl1'etormid
his 1/jnO yardiV.H>1 rnl 1 C'.! nn aid ""rifl, LiiheVe. in the (lay, with less thnn the ordinary !?ni wer SEVERS.Nov. .
.. He aLto has attdcbed to Stable, a fr--l Black.iUi observation, that he ithe most skillful pliy-ic-nii; jx applied I : co-partnership for the |
15 1656. i i pur-
s: .: Sbop.wbcre he will have have c..ne-jtll kim! ,( I l.f)J() pairs prey i.ix 1 aiJhile Blankets, in the Southern: States, in the treatment (>f that h"r- to it. The maker furni-hes: haiul t >put it up; 1- -- Cvr-46 ., pose of carrying on the Blacksmithing -

Plantation work. Hone bhutin RI:1 Carriage-aork in I,(.Oj rmira Ru-i' B:" an';. lible disease-C.incer. and tvcry one warranted to give j perfect satisfaction.Call Business in all i its various branches. Partie-
tloe! l cst i.nd with and dis With Wool: HUF, O.nI.urSIIJ: } : Mich l.ke nrli-! and examine them at D. LADD'S. .: NotIce.
very > laanner prompter WILLIAM II. MITCHELL : ular attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work
des for Pla-it iti'n use, in any qu:intil; v, bv April 21, 1855. 16 months after date, I will accounts
patch.V M. E. MITCHELL _._ SIX present my : and to bying Axles of all kinds of Vehicle The
D. LADD.Newport ---- ---- ---------- -- -- .
? *>i ember 5;, 1 S5:. 41 Iiall.7 ltr '!.. ]1I\\r. fiiadhuy, Romt, Gi. vouchers Administrator, on the estate of shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of f. B.Bro-

.Oct._ _IS. 1P6.: -J2 __ n..r-a-.Ga., October 23, 1&54.AM. : Notice. : hugh 0. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love Judge of i f kaw, and special attention given to horse-shoeing.-

A Fresh Supply Cigars. : Probate. for Gadsden, County, for a final settlement Farming implements of erery description done to or
Livery and Sale Stable. i months after date, I shall present ray final ac- and apply for a discharge therefrom. I der. P. B.
late arrival Fi- SIX BROKAW
CtfC1ECK.VfcD by c, B. I
( .
JU.U'JU 1 \ \ \ ait.cl; f.utnre.lfol] f: ,n..r"iIIf") : ; and 1 vouchers to the Hon.Jud je Pri/bate : ALEXANDER GREGORY, Admt'r.i ILB.FIVI'S.Jan. .

nest m:1 J. HOBBY."tor rcsrI"'H tV/! >. thr.t) h.- I.\in.IIt'"lffi piin that aie desirous of av.nling them-1 of Gadwieu county. as executor of Richard Carnochan i! July 23, 1S56. 2&-Gru i I 12.1856.! 2lyQnincy

1IcDOUGALL. ---J- da-cdthf. Lir-r !,,\'.. f.I DR.)} IO..HLF.Y''rvi
;; -November- 15, 1856. 4 GOne \\ ili:1I11 II X,-'n'ini "i: ''Ial.ihi! : '.. t.igth.'r wri! the hi!:: I INFIRMARY, BROADWAY; GRIFFINOl EOI li- dismission! from my administration of said estate. ; Wines, Syrups, &c. i;i Male and Female

d nil! if the tai..hmwt! md that lie i is (;1 1.\. ; JAMES BETTNER. '
p.H> < (" : niwpr I ; Otard Brandy
45 Saw Gin. Fart il i to carry on the business in all its l niithej: ', Patients boarded at f 1 per day, or $16 per month. !I October 18, 'l& 42 I OLD Port Old bparklmgCider Port Juice, I!i A..OA.DEI1WY.
FEES in all ca-t-s, to Ic agreed before undertaken. ---_-----.--- -- -- ------ """ "" next session will the 1st in
'n begin on
SALE, a second hand GIN I abovea'ze. h: aid 1 pn-iui-os ILl) public! with ;')'O<1 acCt.T.livJ..tii.n up i, Madeira Chenieo THE
: L"OR. nlv u >f'lll! ,) gin JtO bal*i Cotton, and 1 as V in his line on r"\.I b!,- t tnn ,,) case will be received IUto> thm establih-: i i Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth I Sardines Brandy j}: Miss Isabella Given who has fbrsrr-
.. For sale low byMtNAVGliT KlCHAUDSAr.VDKILS.X. ) tnet.t uii-f* it j is ;eli, "e(1 on examination, that il oan j I Sherry I|! eral years past been connected with the Institution
good a* ucw. Gelatine Preserved Quinces '!
ORMOND A CO. B James! T. Iluiiivj! i> my duly authoii/cd be cured in admit of relief. All cases rejected will !i i' Rugs. Flavoring Sparkling Extracts, Pears 'I|,i, will continue in charge of the female department

?l November 8, 'flG. 45 ant anil has ('ntiIe! C'liitnil of the b'i.Hcss, reprcntiiij invariably! be charged 5, fur e.vuninialiun and auvice. : \ FINE LOT Brussels two nnd three Ply Wool ;i Yeast Powders Tamannds Although the female department will receive the benefit

-V V- V -- -- s me nfullv a- if I was p rs"iiaIv! preIIt. All lettert.. rntitlt- them to notice, mu.t enclose. I ri. Carl' tin:. Also, a few pieces Wool an f Cotton Olives j I of the supervision and instruction of the Principal -

4 and Harness ]RICHARD I SAI' : JI-:1S.: a "htamp'' for the pajnwit of ]K>sIag-, and I be dirtc- I d-)., and tine Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale rightat ; Spanish Corn Starch. Pickle Spices, i!.! yet his more immediate attention will be given

Carriages, Buggies, Sep. 6, 1836./ 36Dissolution ted to W. It: MOSELEY, M. I), :. D.LADD. I Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil to the male department The school is provided

t For Sale by P. B. roka f.THE V GnfMn! Georgia. : NewportOcL 18, 1SBC. 42Executor's I Mustard with an extensive apparatus and a large collection ofminera
: '! 23 1S56. English Capers, I Students be accommodated
Subscriber just iccchcda Co-Partnerahip. I February lj-8 -- --- --- -- I Claret, Cocoa from abroad will

------ --- --- -- ------- Notice. I with board on reasonable terms. For further particulars
V large supply "f Carrinpt rl"MIE partncrbhip Ifi toforo cxi-tinqbctwern) I i i AMES & LIVELY. 1
I board. of tuition
rates ,
Buggies, and I Harn r' w .ich he ofTcre V 1. Bnxtrne and Uob N. H.
____ apply
sale the reasonable and! cotton business i in this dn.ih fd i:
for on most term c f-ellincj day Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &..c.JUST Court of Gadaden county, my account Principal
46 bv mutual ''lit. BROOMED HEIR. and & Upright Saws.HOE .
NoremberlS,1854. crlll vouchers, as executor of the estate of John 'V. I
received from New Yoik 'bark R. II. Gam December 20, 66. 61-6t
----- -- --- - -- : August II, 1856.:3 i per Malone, deceased, :and at the samu time. apply for a f general assortment of articles in line
a Mackerel and Herring. such as a Oils of almost kind], Burning our Fluia,, final dischaigu from the further administration of said 46, 48 and 52 inch size, on hand and for : ORANGE SPRING

FEW HALF HilL'. cadi X" 1 Mackerel and New : every estate. THOMAS MUNR'E. sale by D. LADD
Co-Partnership Lead Zinc and other Window
White paints, Glass! ofIntt
: Male: & Female
Herring direct from the Fisheries. For sale at Quincy, October 11, 1856. 41- m New Port, Nov. 3,1855. 44 .
1)OIJER1' IIIUR! ANIJOI1N P.COLEs'lmvpthis fjuahiy.' Putty. Bushes, Potash Soda Sparkling I I
r -- --- --- -- -- ----
a low rate by .. (ivlatiue London Mustard French : situation of this Institution U at OM of th.
I V day forr. T vi flfl rvl'ip ill lie bufine of Brandy (very best) THE
IhXAUGHT. ORMOND JL CO. -izhinpr 'tor i,',-<'. a-id! I-.lilI; :e1tn i rind :11'10 to IIInke (I far medicinal purjioces, Spice Pepper1 L-monSynip, Georgia Military Institute, Burning FluidOF I II Sulphur Springs in the onntry and ia unsurpassed
iot"embu 1)56.( 45A for health. It
_._ liberal ad\.!!)<.<', on cott n !CIt! to their cure.HEIR : Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Burbu 'i J.W.A..B.JETT.A.: C3rI -.. a superior Quality, Just received and forsale : is easy of access for sUm
-- -- --- I boat and a few boors staging.
A COLES. i tt-c., .tc., aul.a general assortment of Popular Patent
LIME. j -- --- -- I, by AMES & LIVELY.
V Anjni'tl4 1S56. S3 j "Medicines. We keep none but the very best and i "HE first term of the academic year at this Institution I May 31, 1856. !2 t I The Principal with the experience of twenty ytan.
fresh and in good : and aided by a corps of competent assistant; T ill devote -
1 (\(\ BBLS. Lime orJci.just -- hope to merit your patronage. A commences on the SOth ofJulv. and I :
\J\J lauded and f'>r sale byMcNAUGUT Tax-Collect .'s Sale. j MILES NASH t CO. : his whole time to the improvement )llpnr -
: jBY < ; cuds on the 20th of December. The second terra DR. R. N. GARDNER, ;
The third session will
t: ORMOND JL CO. March 29, ]185C. 18 ; the 20th of February aud ends the commence Monday January.
t': Novewber 1656. 45 virtue of the authority in me f"! f"1y\ law I ---- -- commences 201 h of on on OFFERS his professional services to the citizens : 12,1857. For particulars, address,

will for sale at the town of RiJlejBullc! July. I and surrounding country. Office ; R. ANDKRSON, Prinf'nJ
-- -- ----- ---- -- expose : Corn and C bCrnsher.RAXGEll'S !! The amount to the Institute the .
f White Pine Lumber. in the comity of Liberty ithin le;al hours, on the : appropriated by at Oentreville. I NOT. 29. 185 *S
of Georgia its last scstion has beeuexpcnd
first l"lI in 857, all the l.in''s' in said) Legislature at Sep. 20, 1856. 33
lay February. / \ patent Corn and Cob Crusher I 1 1V
C) f31 FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted suitable () in erecting additional buildings. There I
V \J lor Cabinet Mnkers, Sash and Blind: Makers county. known as "FoibrS Purcl.n (" ascesH'd as the j K have taken the Agency for the sale of th-se su ,, will, therefore, be accommodations, at the beginningof -- ------ ---- -- -- For Charleston-Regular packet-
Circular Saw Mill
property v of the Trustees of the Apalachieola! Land Cob Crushers it is said in Agency.
or Juber W 01 k. Not often such! a I lot for ale ptrior unequaled to any the next term, for fifty Cadets in additi.n to one FIRST v2S8ELn :
here. }McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. Compinv! or so much thereof as may be suflicient to j jpiy the Co ntry. A t/'ck of these Crushers, will bo on hundred and the number. i 'TMIE undersigned has the agency fur the sale of
thirty present regular :
i. NOT. 6, 56. 45Lumber. the State and County TAXCS assessed thereon for baud: early thie coming Full. Prices v"ry low, cmi- { The course studies, and of instructionand I JL W. Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills," ; THE master pack. u% HERALD

---- -- -- --- -. - the vear J 1856, together with the costs mid t-xpeufces iof side ing great saving in feed. $45 $55 $C5 each discipline are modelled after systems the West Point plan consisting of three sizes for 42. 43 and 52 or 54 inch -port. For wil4' _n. .pateh l thee -
sal l WM. G. ROBISON. I i for these piles. Prices uniforn throughout the county. -the to insure thor- Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, freight or pass**e apply to

Tax Collector, Liberty Co.. j jOct. :For further particulars call and examine for youraeh '! oughly purpose scientific being and practical to education a young, man to develop a having several improvements over the Page"or any ._\ r. is, 18' .. D.1.ADD. New M"0

I i -\\7; E have on band Five or Six hundred TbousanT 18. 'ofi _.-_ _'-42-" so soon as a stock for a sample arrives.. his phYlicnlstrt'Dgth, and to teach him to be punctual other Patent in use. The cost is about 1200 f S50, I| 45 .
------ --- '
T feet of good SEASONED LUUBEK, (>f die D. LADD.I and |450 for various sizes :
every systematic, industrious, and economical in his hab ,according fA)extra carriage, j a..3io,4
criptiou, which will be delivered iw 1'allnh.tsse low.Tliose .- I Removal of Indians. I Newport, July 6, 1856. 27 | its. ic. For further particulars apply to j dJ 'V'e1y

wishing Lumber can address us at Ceutroille. : r 'lIE War Department having authorized a per I II ----- ---- --- --- --- I The Faculty consists of fix professors, (all of them DANIEL LADD. I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA

Bills sawed at short notice. I reward for Indian who be i southern men. The and the Commandaut. Newport, Fla, November 3. 18.35. 44 f fNOTICE" '
; A. It. COMBS % or induced to elJlne'in for emigration, preini-j are graduates of the U. S. Military Academy .

; Sept. 27, 1856. ---. -89-- -. _. : urns for bttilc Indians delivered to the Commanding I SIX mouths after date, I will exhibit my ace',unts ;, at West Point 1/ DRUGS AND WRflIuL.V

Circular Saws. Officei at Fort Brooke, Fort Shers, Fort Capron or vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Gads- Expense, for board. tuition, fuel, lights and washing, SIX months after date the undersigned administra perfumery. 1NtutH. SUIgIeI'Inatium.tJ

i- .!, Fort Dallas South }Florida will be paid by the under- I den county as administrator, in right of my wife, of | per term, in advance, $112 50 on the estate of Jame Holderness deceased, Spices Banff Windows Glue PmJaU,

: GRIFFITH'S and HOE A. CO'S Kijjned, nl the following rates: I the estate of John Ingram late of said county deceased ,, Expenses, Surgeon fee, per annum, J5 00 late of Leon county, will file her account and 'vouo'!.. Oils Vaulehes hU1 Manufactured Tobacco,

;.. WELCH: Sa rs, from 42 to 54 incites size, constantly For each warrior living . . .?250 to ?500, and apply for a final settlemeat and discharge I For further particulars} or for copy of the Regulations ers, and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon crun, and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines

for sale at a co _mision on nUIDUru lurer'lI I.I woman 150 to COO I from the administration o ri* estate. I of the Institute, apply to Col. A. V. BBUSJBV ty for a discharge from aaid administration. Fm &.Fin Tooth ?drt Wines and Braadit

I prie**; by D. LADD. : .. boy over ten years living. 100 t. 200. LEWIS D. JONES, Adm'r. Superintendent. or to A. J. HANSELL, I ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS, Ai>mt'r. and Hair Brushes, for 9f Med.pvpoM*,

Newport, December !O, 16M. 51 The highest rates fur all but the infirm and helpless In right of his wife. : Sec. of Board of Trustees. No,. 8. 18M. 456mAdministrators Paint Bruae*, Fancy Articles.

: -- .,, and for th se not less than noon.JOHN S"pt, IS, 1866. S7-6m December 6, 1856. 49-8m : f Gardea eeecr HIM Bavaoa Segara.

C. CASEY Captain U. S. A. They hare n e&Uy received a ,.Lm and Frttkntfplyot
-- - '- --- -- I tyt
: Fresh Rice. Fort Brooke. }'Ia. Oct. 18, '6G.12.1111 Notice. i every TarUtj of article wually kept _ky

4kV received direct from Charleston. 50 whole The Union Bank of Florida ) SIX months after date I shall present my accounts droggMla. Planters ud Pbyiidao wfl alwaji dad
JUST '! v*. I t Leon Circuit Court-i weeks after date the undersigned will apply : vouchers to"he Hon. '
half tierce* Ilice. For sale right by & Others. } SIX Jn/ige of Probate f.r at fau eiublikhiDMt a full supply vtrjtiiDg M-
To Rheumatics
V Small wood P. Allison and In the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon Leon the
D. LADD. j Chancery. I County, as administrator of the estate of R ded, and on OM moat liberal\ptts .

: Newport. December 20, 1856. 61 I rIO all persons suffering Rheumat'cComplaint others. I county, for letters of adminutratiou upon the estate B. Hayward deceased, and uc for a final discharge _Qrders from the OoDDtry prompJlofiUed and..tj.Eatioo -
we offer a positive remedy in Jay't Stimulating IT appearing to the Court, by affidavit made in this : of Antonio Botolo} deceased, late of Lt-oj county. from said administration. guaranteed riJ btfa prices and qualit.T. -

Havana Segars.I I Linimrnt. It has been effectual in the permanent that the above named defendant Smallwood i R A, SHINE. THOMAS IL&YWARD, Adm' M *yen', u uv arefufly r.uiptcnded.

: 50,000 cure of Chronic and Rheumatic di.'Iul'I. Thousands P. Allison, resides out of the State of Florida and in I December 13, 1866. o1l' July 26, 1859. -.45rn Also, Epping's compooad' find litract of Bcc '.

iwsrsons 'who love to smoke good SEGARS have no doubt been rescued from an uotimcly death the United States: It ordered and decreed that the j --- .1. S; 18111.
ALL n find them together with some choke, Turkish by the tiC of this great remedy. .* said Smallwood P. Allison do appear aDd plead or j! Walter Gwynn

tad Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug For ale by Druggists generally tnd at Wholesale answer the bill of complainant filed in this cause, I Notice.ALL .

Btoreof ..UIEStiLlVELY. and Retail by AMES 4 LIVELY. within four months from the date of I be publication : OFFERS his services to persons, wishing to enter persona having denviqda against the eUU Tax-Collector's Sale. .

( Vor.W, 18 6. 48 Tallahasiee, 11'131. Hl66 22-ly of this orr'er. or the said bill of complaint will betaken the U. S. Land Office ,by locating Land R Regan, late of Lew county, .. 111il1 V be wMr.fiiJbra the 'Court BOOM dpor. 2 ia

V V for confessed against' him. And it is further Warrants or otherwise. He will also give prompt tAke notice that they most present them ta the 1a -* WILL town of Lerrrme.'on tM fret Voadbirja

ordered, that this order be published mice A week, in attention to such boiiness as may bo intrusted to him .signed duly authenticated within the time pn rihed February MX*. tINt thefO11OW1Iid to witH- C.*U

C.. H. AUSTIN, Havana Cigars, a newspaper printed in Tallahassee, for tbe space of in either,of the other offices in the CapitoL c..Charge by 1&w. or thk notice will b* plead b Ur of their recovery of ectioQ.. f. towmWpr l,.TOJ MI ned npejIt. < >.

/ OMMISSTONEE of Deeds for the States of New t raceircd per IL H. Gamble 6000, best qual four month*. will be reasonable,corresponding to services performed. pmd all person indebted to said estate are .< property of CEath rr **_ __?L*-y i t tst.JT'
: \J York, Pmnsylvams, Virginia, North 1 Sonth t JUST dgar Call nod try themMcDOUGALL Passed i ig'op n Court this 23d Oct. 1856 Being Deputy l la the Btate Land Office he of coarse hereby notified to make immedMta payment to the'' SUM. dtaDd "- Tertnaiaui.|

.. Carolina, aDd Georgia. HOBBr. J. WAYLES BAKER, JaJjc.Tcile will make no charge for business in that DepartmentMay I t unde igned. K. C.GRISSETT, Admtr. f : JOSEPH F. PREV A 1T.

V Dee. 6, 1866.JL I August 2,1856. 31 -Corjcit. A. B&re.1 CUrlt. 17,1856. 20-iy December 13, 1856. 60-8 Oct.tt Sb'ff and officfo Tax Collectrr..L..L .