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: February 14, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Titles of Acts and Resolutions 852. An Aet to change the name of Sarah A. Falann. tatires of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That CHITTE* 78?.-[No.,a]

853. An Aet to authorise Richard Ellison to establish a ferry oo the Suwannee the bonds of the several Railroad companies issued under the provisions AN ACT to tbe Tetegfnpb[ iViis* *d pats fa th. Emits of} tin awe
the Session of the General river.B54. of the act entitled nil act to provide for Iud encourage a liberal other ."
F&ssed at Eighth Assembly, and for purposo.+ .> .
An Act for the relief of N.O. J. Staley,Tax-Aueseor and Collector of Jackson system of Internal Improvements in this State approved January

1856. county. tth,1855, ] and guaranteed in accordance with the provisions cf said WHEREAS: Many of the citizens of?the State.of Florida.sr interested

655. An Act to declare Yellow river navigable. art, shall for all the purposes of tte; act to which this is an amendment in the construction of lines of the magnetic telegraph and dcsir*.

85C. An Act to supply the deficiency of the appropriation of die last fiscal year be considered as public stock of this State and may be receivedby l the protection of their property and the privilege of using the pub.

for contingent expenses of the Supreme Court. the Comptroller of Public Accounts on lie saute fooling with lie roads and highways for thefr post and wires-Thereforr,

Ca.rrr* **6. An Act further to define the duties cf the Board of Trustees of I 857. An Act to supply' the deficiency of the appropriation of the lost iencsai} other public stock. SECTION 1. Be it tndcted oy the Senate:and House of,Representatives
enacted That the bonds which }have
Sacs 2. Be it further been
the Internal Improvement. Fund. A emb1y. of the Stale of Florida in General AI.rembly.-C'.o1lt'; That
or may hereafter he issued by any Count City, or Town in this I I
':G. An Act to accept of the gr.r t and carry into execution the trust conferred 858. An Act fur making appropriations for the cxpenfes of tbe State govern State .for the of stock in of) the Railroads other any company or individual may erect posts and wires and bther fixtures
upon the State of Florida by an net of Congrew entitled An net grant- went for the fiscal year 1B$7, and f.r other purposes.RESOLUTIONS. works of Internal shall Be received the for telegraph purposes on or lx> idc of anjr public road orbighwayy -
Improvement by Comptroller
1 in this State Provided Thdt such poets, wires or fixtures 1 shall
iug FLbiie Lands in alteina'c sections to the Slates f.f Floiida and Alabama : ,
in the same manner and the same terms \\ith the public stock
1 1 upon .
to sid in the construction of certain Railroads in said Statta," in no case be so set of1! placed! as to.obstruct, hinder or any way interfere .
aprro"ed of this State, or cf ether States of this Union, or of the United States
i I with the common uses or business of said roads or highways.SECTION .
: 17th. 1E6G.7T7. I
May under the second section of the act to which this i is an amendment.
amend and alter the law in regard to Auctioneers in tl.is StateS78. 2. Be it further enacted That if any person shall I wilfully
to -
An Act I I St:<'. 3. Be it further enacted That the ttventy-third section of :
An Act supplementary to EU Act entitled an Act to provide for the relinqiMahni'nt I+ this destroy, damage or any way i injure said telfgrapn posts,jrirss
1. A Resolution asking Congress to establish ,a.Mil Route. an act to which is an amendment be, and the same is hereby repealed i I
tu the United States in certain tsars of title to and jurisdiction 2. Resolution asking Congress to establish a Mail Route from Mellonvillc to Bay and that the private property of the Stockholders in any such 1 or fixtures, heh, ( or they so ffTt-ndmg eMU foe mNgw1t.Y' of a
i! misdemeanor and bo indicted in the Circuit Court of the '
over land fur cites of Light Hoasee, and for other purposes, on the Purt. banking association, shall be liable for the full amount of all the liabilities may
I! where such damage be done and shall on toDtiction
mast and waters of this State. Re oluti eftnUinh, Mail Route of saik bank of nature and rata county may ,
3. <>n ling C..ngrers to a every description pro aCl'or.ding
I be fined not less than dollars( or imprisoned in the
fifty common jail
779. An Act to.amend nn Act to untiiorite the Lusincea of Bar king 4. Riso>Iti'mll asking: Congress to grant lands to this State in lieu of the 161Llections to the! amount of stock owned by each Ftockholder. :I
of the county not less than: six month, or, by both such fine: and
7SO An Act further to define duties of the Probate Courts of this State (! : :o Forbes" Purchase and the Arredondo Grant and all other [Pawed the Senate. December 27 1856. Passed the House of Represent* I I imprisonment; at the discretion of the jury ; and i there be uo jail
781. An Act relative to Ass<'ciatious cirgtnircd to construct Lines of Tflegraph. c rat it*. Ii tiv, **, December 27, 1S56. Approved December 15V, 1866]
I I in fiaid county, then in any jail in the circuit or district.
:8:. An Aft to protect the Telegraphic Wires and I'osts in the limits of the 6. Resolution asking Congress to grant the S4 Francis' Barracks to the City of I I I SEr TIO- 3. Br it further enacted That the Circuit Judges of tho ;
and fr oll. .r .
State purposes.7S3 St. Augustine. I !i State shall give! this act in special charge to the Grand Jury at every
An Act granting a charter to tie American Telegraph Company to enable 6. Resolution fir the relief of John S. Perry. term of their Court.

them to .:truct Lints of Electric Telegraph in this State, and to maintain 7. Resolution for the relief of R. H. M. Davidson and M. M. Johnaon. CllVl-TER 780.0.. G.] I'I i '
I' [Paned the Senate. }(.e. 17tb, 1356. Paced the louse of Repmectatitu
the eame.7bi. Resolution for the relief of J. W. define duties of obn Stnt .
8. Bryant. AN ACT farther to the the P.' .e Courts, of this i Drc. 23J 1S56. Approved 1 Dec. 30th 18,56.] ,
Act granting to Trustees for the benefit of the Alabama and Florida :
An 9. Resolution.If. t I
SECTION 1. fit it chacted by the Senate and House of Representatives i
Railroad O-mpary l IIIDdll granted to the State of Florida by the Congress Resolution for the relief of John B. Cason and David Gray. I of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That !

f f the United States for the purpose of aiding it- the cough r.ctiou of a 11. Resolution for the relief of Robert.Yuun blouJ. nil said orders of the Probate Court granting authority to SE'IIIiri..

Railroad from Peusacola to the State line of Alabama, in the direction or 12. Resolution authorizing the Governor to tern over forty muskets and aeoou- tary Land Warrants heretofore made to the guardians of minors are [CHAPTER 783.-[:". O.j]

it'1ltg..mery. tremeuts to the Ancient City Guards.l and shall be declared valid ; and upon the application of guardiansfor

7 f 3. An A
7 E C. An act to protect Actual Settlers and Cultivators on State Lands i fc this Santa Rosa county. the Probate Judge shall have jurisdiction to grant said order, and them.to construct lines of Electric Telegraph iu this State,and to tuaiisame. l the

State. 14. Resolution providing fur the copying the laws passed by thU Goccril As his fees in the premises for the order, cer ificate, &c., upon each -

:6:. An Act to amend an Act entitled an Act to authorize County Commissioners sembly.' .I" Military Warrant, shall be one dollar. All laws that may appear to SECTION: 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofReprrsentalivcs i

to extend charters to Bridges and Ferries. conflict in any way with this act are hereby repealed. of the State of Florida in General Assembly conxeneJ, That .'

19;. An Art to secure the better execution of the Patrol LAn .,. SECTION 2. Be it further enacted, That the Judges of Probate of the American Telegraph Company of the city of New York a c'rira-

7S9. Act to r. "iae Pilotage nt the port of Fernandina, to the county of LAWS FLORIDA. the several counties of this State shall have the same powers in relation pane organized under the laws of the StAte of New York 'nre hereby .

Xasiau, and the port of Cedar Key.county of Levy. to the sale of the real estate of deceased persons and of authorized to construct lines of electric telegraph within the .

790.! An Act to prevent Slaves: from hiring their own time, and for other purpones. minors as i vested in the Circuit Courts by an act approved the limits of the State of Florida, and to maintain and operate the Mmt'

CHAPTER 775.-[Xo. lij] 23d January, A. D., 1851 ; and they shall be governed by the rules I SECTION. B: it further enacted. That the said company is

791 An Act to benefit Commerce. and provisions of said act. hereby authorized to locate and construct its lines of telegraph rs
AN ACT further to define the duties of tbe Board of Trustees of the Interim!
792. An Act to provide fir the maintenance\ tare and custody of Lunatics or Improvement Fund. [Fussed the }House of Representatives, Dec. 11th, 1866. Passed the Senate, aforesaid along and upon any public road or highwnyor, across anv

iueanc persons in this State. Dec. 16th! 1856. Approved Dt'c. "-2DI'', 1856] water or upon any railroad or private property, for winch! permi-

'93. An Act prouJmg fur the payment to the several counties of the interest SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and [{OUS' of Representative I sion shall first have been obtained of the proprietors thereof Kv tbe .

from the School Fuud not heretofoie drawn. ---- erection and construction of all the fixtures
arising of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, 'flint necessary including

'94. An Act to amend im Act entitled an Act to authorize Judge of Probateof the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund be, and posts, piers or abutments, fcr acstainiiigthe.wires-when stretched

the tcvcr.1 counties in this State to appoint} Guardians fur Free Ne. they are hereby required "to report biennially to the General Assefri- CUAr-tEa 781.-[No. 7.] through the air, and the necessary excavations when placed under

gr"es. bly upon the several matters committed to their charge, and such AN ACT relative to Associations organized to construct Lines of Telegraph. the ground ; but the same shall not be so constructed as t incon trod

with free -f colnjin! this State. be deemed the public use of eaid roads or or injuriously Interrupt the
785. An Act to prevent trading persona < other matters as may proper in connection therewith. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives highways -. ..
'96. An Act to .iocitt the Ser&juary of Learning to be established: West of the navigation of said waters.
[Passed the Senate December 18. 1856. Pawl the House of Repiwnta: of the State fat Florida in General Assembly convened, That '
SECTION 3. Be it further enacted. That said shall Lave
Sun aiii.ee. tins: December 22, 1855. December 27 1866 company
Approved ] any time hereafter any ten or more persons, of whom at least five
797. An Act to n u'.t. the Pilotage of the St.John Bar and River. shall be citizens of the State of Florida, who shall be desirous to forma power, by agreement with other persons or bodies corporate, to' .

79S. An Act to fix the time of holding Courts in the Middle Circuit of Florida. for the of i connect by.lease, purchase or otherwise, their lines of .h.Jl"-raph :
company: purpose projecting, or extending or erecting
constructed within without thin State.
7S9. An Act to nu.cnd Act to the tewu of Hilton iu Santa IU CHAPTER 770. No. 2. or
HH incorporate
>sa -[ ] line or lines of this State from
an} telegraph through or one pointof I
SECTION 4. Be it further enacted, That(said company 'h11
county, approved 23d February, 1644. this State to another, or from any point in this State to and into nave :
AN ACT to a'vp'' of the grant an-1 into execution the trust Conferred and enjoy for a period of twenty-years from the pnseigw'of'lnxi! act :
in suite law in this State. vrm
&'o. At Act to coat at
preveut unnecessary other Stfite or make, sign and file in the office of i
the State.f F urtdu, l,. ui act of Cm vies* entitled An art granting Public any country may I I the right of landing. submarine cables or wirrs'for.telegraphic |fcmunicalion
EO! An Act to facilitate the construction of the St. Johns and Indian River the Florida the Secietary State of this State a certificate in writing, in which c wn- '
LII'Y- in alternatesecti"r.f 'tl1! if and All1blIM\: ai-15n 1 the tho shores or within the
territory of
Cali L caustr;ctiou rf certain: Rail Road iu .uu, States" approved May 17th, 1856. 1 1I I shall be stated the corporate nam- of said company and the objectsfor upon .jurisdiction
this State: Provided, however that said shall wilhiu4wo i
, 602. An Act to authorize the Register to cell ((16th) nettious in certain c&sts. I I8e which said company is formed, the amount for which each of company .

: An Act in relative to I'llt'tajis at toe port of J{ryV est, ID the couLty o SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate. and House of Reprcsetitaiitei said persons subscribed and the amount of the capital stock of the years connect the Island .of Cuba with the American. continent. by a
M urr.e. I of me ffia/e ttf rivridtt in the Lards, rights and privileges granted to and conferred the consist the number of Trustees or Directors, and their names, who V s
604. An Act authorizing t'' c County Commissioners of Esrambia county to subsen upon construction of all land lines as aforesaid, shall have Ji right to cut
State( Florid the act of entilled An Act shall .the of the said for the first
Iry Congress, granting: concerns
manage company year down ornamental
>e fur stuck in tLeI..L.ma and Fl lida Railroad Coii'pany.80S or remove any trees, except or shade trees, which
An Act to incorporate the Perdi.lo Railroad Company. public lands in alternate sections to the States of Florida and Alabama and the points in this State from and to or through which the said may be within the limits of the highways and whichwould: obstructthe
to aid in the construction of certain Railroads in said States," line lines to be extended.
81! 6. An Act to create and organize the countie of Laf.iyette and Tn,lor.tk'1. erection or construction of their lines or injure them-by falling;
apprO'edofI) 17th 1850, be, and the same are hereby accepted, Star 2. Be it further enacted, That as soon as such certificate '
and lands the side
of road
An Act 1.u in'"rp 'rate a Batik in the City of Apalac1lic.la.O trees standing upon by any by whid the
Upon the terms, conditions and restrictions in said Act of Congress. shall b? filed as aforesaid. the persons who shall! have signed the said Eaid lines shall be located also he down I
cut removed if
An Act bange the name U th. site of Manatee county. may or necessary .
to ( SEC. 2 Be it further enacted, That so much of the lands, interests certificate, and their successors, shall, after the day of filing such for the of such lines of and .
809. An Art to rrp"alllli Act I is rt.'httion to a Road Tax in the counties of Putnam safety telegraph ; owner of J
rights powers and privileges, as arc or may he granted and certificate, be a bo ly politic and corporate, by the name stated in said land shall be entitled to compensation therefor tobe ascertained '
Hi;4 Muriiili. conferred in pursuance of the Act of Congress aforesaid, to aid in such certificate, and by that name they and their successors shall and if the do' not 1
parties ,.in the same manner as damages
610. An Act to ptctect the Lhtlitants of Duval county from intrusions by sailor the construction of the AHbarna aid! Florida Railroad, extendingfrom may have succession and shall in law lie capable of suing and beingaped are ascertained for land taken ngrtf for highways ; and tho Bald' i

nn tie Sabtwth day. Pensacola to the State Line of Alabama the direction of pleading and being impleaded, and answering and being answered 'I shall be held to the amount so ascertained. company*-
811. Ao Act to define the boundary line between Dival and Xassau counties. hereby disposed of, granted to, and conferred unto and defended in all Courts and pay :.
Montgomery, are upon defending being place SECTION. Be further enacted, 'That it shall be tb*duty ol" the
Eli. An Act to require the Register'-f Stile Lauds t! have all the School Lauds i Florida Railroad I
Alabama and Company, a body corporate, whatsoever, in all manner of actions, suits, complaints, matters and. whenever line constructed by thenllbaU'bain readiness
of Columbia. Marion, Levy. Hamilton, Hillal uruugh, Santa R St. Jubits. AlacLua. Madison and Orange counties that hAve not been make alter and their messages persons corporations -
December 1856. Passed the House of i mon seal, and the same may change at pleasure ; t
[Pasted the Senate 20. Represents!i'ee, on the payment of their usual charges and under the general ,
offered fur sale appraised and oOtred. December 24, 1850. Approved, December 27, 18M] and they and their successors, by their corporate name, shall in law rules and regulations of slid ccmpany.and transmit the same in

818. An Act to provide kr the election of a county site of Holmes county be capable of buying, purchasing, holding and conveying any lands I goad faith and with impartiality : Provided, however, thai nothing

814. Au Act to rt'pn! an Act entitled an Act authoring: a road tax IB Her. and tenements necessary to enable the said company to carry on I in this act shall exonerate said company from liability for the

nando evUUI!. jpprortd Dec. 14th. 1855. CiArrr.r. 777.-[No. 3.] their business and operations.SEC. of damages at common law for any breach of contract or payment for
815. An Act to amend the road laws of Zfansau conuty in this StAte. 3. Be it further enacted, That the stock, [property and co!. faith.SECTION.
AN ACT to amend nnd alter the law in rcga\ii to Auctioneer in Ibis State. goad
816. Au Ac to tepe 1 the 5'b section of an Act entitled an Act to organise the rerns of of said company shall he managed and conducted by five 7. Be it further ejected That .
of January 8th 1853. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprctenta Trustees or Directors, two of whom shall be citizens of this State, any person doing any intentional
county Jiumpter appro or wilful injury to of the ct said
lives of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That those for the first shall be elected at such time and any property telegraphic 1
817. An Act to exempt the ruadenU *f Cedar Keys frrra road duty in certaiu who, except year, company within the jurisdiction of this State shall, on conviction
caste so much of the law regulating auction sales as compels persons to place as shall be directed by the by-laws of said company, and pub thereof, be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor and punished accordingly ;I
employ n licensed 1 Auctioneer, when offering their own private property lic notice shall be of the time and place of holding such election!
site of Calboun given
818. An Act to change the location of the county county. and shall be liable to said company for all damagea to their r
at auction, be, and the same i U hereby repealed, and that here. thereto in the nearest to .:
]less than
tea previous ,
619. An Act to repeal an Act entitled an Act to permamntly locate the county not days newspaper said property, to be recovered in an action of trespass tht rerar." : 1SKCTION "
after no persons failing or refilling to engage! the service of a Licensed the where such election is to-be held within this State : and the
cite ct Ilrruando county approved Dec. 29th, 1854 and to provide for place : 8. BP it further enacted, That this act shall tak+ effect 1 gl gland
the more central and satinfactoiy location of the county site of said Cuunt!. Auctioneer( shall he liablf }or d images therefor. election shall he made by such of"the stockholders as shall attendfor be in force from and after its approval by the Governor.
the of Duval.Ii Snc. 2. Be. further enacted That no part of this law shall con. that purpose, either in person or by proxy, and all elections shall I
S road hw to
20. An Act t. amend the applicable county
flict with the present law now in force so Jar as relates to all incor- be by ballot, and each stockholder. shall be entitled to as many votesas [Passed the Semite, Dec. 10th, 1856. Passed the Howe of BecKetentatms' 1 q
An Act to separate the office of Tar-Awessw loud CoL'e4ur from that of Dt-c. 23J, 1856. Approved Dec 27th 1856./) '
porated Towns or Cities, in this 5tlteor any property, goods or he owns shares of stock and the persons having the greatest

Sheriff Alarbua county. merchandised that has nrrt been in this State nt least six months before number of votes shall be Trustees; and whenever any vacancies I
822. An Act to fix sod locate the site of Orrnge .tai' .5:
the offering of said property goods or merchandise for sale. shall happen among the Trustees by death, resignation or removal .
.,. .
823. An Act to and amend the 4th section of an act entitled nn Act au- -
repeal f"f"I j
Passed the Houte of Representatives. December 15, 1856. Passed the Senate out of the StAte, such vacancy shall be filled for the remainder of .
Dec. 14lh 1855. [ CMAPTEK 785. No. II. r '
tbtlrizjeg a road TAX iu Hernando county approved -[ ] t'A11
December 18, 185G. Approved} December 22. 1856.] the year in such manner as shall be provided by the by-laws of the .
824. An Act to define specifically be duties of the Beard of County Commas. I
said company. ict to provide for the payment of the Debts of the Slat*. u 1
warm of Monroe county. SEC. 4. Be further enacted, That in case it shall at any time .
825. An Art &'r the better g v rumc&t of. slaves in tie county of Monroe.' CHAPTER 778.-[No. 4.] happen that an election of Trustees be not made on the day when SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate aid House cf Representatives '

82C. An Act fur tLe rei ef of Dr. George D. Fisher. of the said it to have been done the of the Stale of Florida in General .
AN ACT supplementary to an Art entitled an Act to provide for the rclin- by the bylaws company ought Assembly convened, That
U7. An Act to enable Joseph M.Taylor of Hernando county, to enter and pay qu'sbmeut to the United State in certain cares of title to and jurisdiction overland said company for that cause shall not be dissolved, but it shall and the Governor of this State be, and he is hereby authorized and"di

for certain tortions of the ConJtnon School Lands. for nites cf Light Iioue, and fur other purposes, on the coast and may he lawful en any other day to hold an election for Trustees, in rected to issue bonds, in the name and in behalf of the State of Florida .

8:8. An Act to change the time of Joshua1 Jesse StaSord to Joshua Jess SaLt waters of thi.stau.SECTla such manner as shall be directed by the by-laws of sqch company. for a sum not exceeding five hundred thousand dollar*,.which

fortl. c 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Sru. 5. Be it further enacted, That the capital stock of any company bonds shall be feigned by the Governor, who shall causa the great ;

629. An Act to cutbo'ixe Mary Morlno, a minor, to .uLlne the management of of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That organized under this act may be increased to such an amountas seal of the State to be affixed to each countersigned by the Treasif-:

her own estate. whenever It shall be made to appear to either of the Circuit Courtsof the stockholders, or a majority of them, may from time to time declare rer, attested by the Secretary of State and. .recorded. in the office of

S:;;. Bill for the relief cf Isaiah Cobb cr Sheriff of Santa Rosa cocnty.SSI. this State, upon the application of any authorized agent of the and determine to be necessary to affect the objects of the as the Comptroller of Public Accounts.SEC. .

An Act t. empower Watson Aaburst. a.minor, to act as Deputy fleck United Slates, that the said United States are desirous of purchasing sociation. 2. Be it further enacted, That said bonds shall be bp.d io

832..An Act fur the relief of Joel Walker, late Sheriff Jefferson ounty. any tract of bind within the limits of this Stalfe for the erectionof SEC 6. Be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for any such sums, not less than one hundred dollars, as the Governor may r

823 Ao Act to empower Arthcr Macon a minor, to assume the management of a light-house, beacon light or range light, and that the owners of company which shall organize under this act, to contract for and deem expedient, and at such time or times as may be found oecttaa-

his own estate. said lands'are unknown, nonresidents or minors, or from any other purchase from any person or persons, corporations or governments, ry to discharge the debts and liabilities of the State, now due or run

624. An Act to authorize FitzwiUiam B.TaJGr..t Jefferson county, to assume cause:'are unable to make a perfect title to said lands, it shall nnd any grants, concessions or privileges, of whatever nature, which they ning to maturity, including all loans made by the Governornnd used a

the management of bia own estate. may be lawful for the Judge of the Circuit Court in which the lands may desire for the prosecution of their enterprise, and to issue stock in suppressing Indian hostilities in the year one thousand eight ban .

8SS.: An Act to change tLc names of certain persons therein named eo designed to be published shall )be situated, to order a notice of to the amount of the costs of such concessions, giants and privileges, dred and fifty-six ; and said bonds shall be payable in the 'city of '

836.An Act to allow Wm. S. Perry to enter the Northwest quarter of secti-ra the said application to b* published in some newspaper nearest to in payment therefor, and the stock so issued shall be declared and New York, Charleston or Tallahassee as may fce deemed beJ1 for

sixteen towMliip ten range twenty-two of the Common School Lands. where the said lands lie for the space of three months, which notice taken to be full stock, not liable to any rail or demand whatsoever, the interest of the State,.and shall.bear interest at the rate of svjen

857.,An Act to.utbrit*,WUllaa'H. Watson ta establish a ferry across the Savmnee shall contain an accurate description of fhe said lands, togetherwith provided that all such concessions,grants and privileges' be necessary per cent. per annum, payable semi-annualy! ; and the said bonds

WKbUooMbee riren. the names of the supposed owners, and shall require all per. or material to the objects of the association, and provided_ shall be payable twenty years from the day on which they bear date. 1

aid the will el John Perry, deceased. sons interested in the said lands to come forward and file their ob also' that no banking"privileges shall be acquired orcxerci&d by any SBC. 3. Be it further enactt That the Governor this\ Stale be
838. As Jegalixe
4ct relief cf William H.HJckmaa, of Putnam jections, if any'they should have.to the proposed purchase ; and nt company organized under this act. requested, and is hereby inthorized'tane'S'itiata'thettale' of_ said bonds,
the county.
8J3.;An Axttjr '
the expiration of the period provided in.the. said notice, it shan and Axe; t.: Be 'it further cna&edt That each an4 every stockholder authorized to be issued, or.so many thereof as may be, necessary far .
tfathaniel Fowler

8o. An Act empowering the Register to to a quarter section mny be lawful for !the said Circuit.Court empannel a jury,*in,the shall be individually liable to. the creditors of said;)corporation for so the. lnrpoae, ,aforesaid, and shall,have power.and authority sell the

of held manner now provided by law 'to assess the value of said, lands, much as may remain unpaid upon bu or her subscription 'and no same at Dot less ,than their par value. .
ML toutbcri Harrisoo Fairbanks to establish a ferry aerou Oclock- 'l| ;
An Act
Sxc.,4. Be it enacted
further I'bat in t theGovernorMnnot
which amount -when so assessed; together with tbp entire coat of further. case
pet river.tit. said proceedings,.sVnll be paid 1 into the. Ke"i>try of the,Court,' and Sac., 8, Be further enacted, ;That no organization t made:under l sell & sufficient amount of said bond",at;par, to pay'tbe'debts'of'

.. An Act to euftoriM- f.Tits Jameaon t to establish a ferry aeroas: tbe. Santa thereupon the Sheriff of.the said Court shall. execute to the United llis act.shall bear .t thewi, ue of anv:jreyioos: r organization orcompany; 1 l State, then.he,js requested, and t'authorized.-to 'ti &j & rf-

"fnM.Q States deed of the said lands, recrthig the proceedings in the said which miiy havo'lieen formed under this act., 4 ,'loan/or and behalf. of.the.State.on tie' bett ter mmmmto pnedsYsg tid t r
'In: An Act to antliome" Dairt-Yoocg to c tali! h a ferry aorctt the Suwan- a SBC 9. Be it furfhtrenacted'Thtat t'everyc.ompany't' be organ- hypothecate the said i bonds or, $cuof d.
cau'se'; which said deed shall l convey to the said United i States a good ,, 91 many 'u I.,_
oe spec tt or bear\VarehouJM.. and absolute title to the.said lauds against all personswhatever.Siwzori '.- iced under:tins act which shaH net commence active operations ibis aecessai'y; as security for the money so.borrowed*> ..
BUl t tb "rrlirrof iUfej T.::BWker' SberhToI Lroi"countt5. ; taelve i the certificate of SKC:'5. ilk'it furtKer'enactedl, That'the > :
An: for / 2. ,Be'it further enacted That the money"0 paid into State:within i rriqnthsfrom ling organization Treasurer IS Tic f athodzed -r t

An Act te ir3xin. .*..'Sazaofcl. A1." Fcaree- .. v"to 'Mtablkb- terry,... cm tit Yellow !the ,Registry of_ said Court shall there remain, until_ 'paid out by the in the office of Secretary of State, shall.be and is. hereby_xlffclar**! .and.requlred to pay if mi-annnany thelhtereil istf beeethff,
a > t: divested of all the pnvileg ett'a'fired under this act, and tho ajdori ", oo.Mchijbonds": n&y be fssaed under the tbi
Trr.gib. : order of :said.C to such person or persons as may by sufficient ? ; proviuioai'or .. i
An .Act.to atho 'Oeorr. J' 'BU. a"tnfanor, .to auutne. J. ',uw_"tnanaeemettl*. **. J.. ;ofJ. evidence enttt' plnisefveii grt to'recen'e. theY (J.o or any'part thereof. ganuation tantU.9wde-eme&itiid: held| to be disaofvetfittod! fold,.. \3 !:t1 A'ct.\ gad Ol\; euh loans aa.the Governor-WHry-tfcct
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ht>ovn'.Mtate.' ? ,', I '. ,. M... 1 ; A/p5A ; WcJ >,.Tmt'the! : stockholders of;anyjpon." BJs.u.iJ'it'f urther matlClfld.1bManaiJIO mo.. titb '

.:'849.tin'Act''to't. rani i WB',..ol.[.", tin establish a lerq aeroaa'.i- .-:-tLe"St.l -.. ..: .. Paued tie Hone"of lteprtuentattvei.+ .D<.mbei.6tb.1866 8.] ensued' the. Sen pan o r.Jck r die att/or a tna JP..rjJ1"a"oI, :shall, l have.! pow.r .:: .IhSP e. jat6e Stat? b 1.-tho n-1 .f'::t J(n.;: { 1s ee :
Dee Appro I.tlrd"18 ..
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: gelKer pnj for:-wTtITsarti.su printing said in bonds.as may bo necessary to I Bills creating two new States! hero, passed ::11 We are credibly informed"that Clergymen Notwithstanding all that has parsed: between p1t"tt"ith'The history 1 t lu'tli.rY"\.drniD cL-time past twenty* to the.ve pc-plo"rs re of ltra lTo JJ.in Cftflfj, aLe"B.P9si-"

V SKC. S. Beit fmiker enacted, That the the Congressional l House of Represeiitatives."ITiej in Florida are still,engaged lathe 'auti-elerV ?6hn Bull and Brother Jonathan, of an un. 'Southern States V of' vonEeanepbim,4nt as t 111ft Art 0

sum of fire thousand dollars _a year is.hereby tfTb are* to be* ..created-* .,out_*of, Oregon, and ca1npailnnpf" converting' y people" tKi( i% !i\ 1dI1.: -,.nature xidncenring i M r;Cranston's *. :. Tbe. few siihlaiitl; t Scattering rloti's.tThC1i I LI L'4fa1atui OTHleiroredWoatj I t.. .bow telJ that tir.the t&t: Seminary. and

directed to be wt apart arid afiecially reserred Minnesota, t The". bill, authorize*. the formation ,I NjShinglbm! l instead Christianity.. tfHie T ::follies'and: imprudences of"Vhich the trans-- political horinn.nd '. they ai.Umptel" in\bW 1 bad dosl,

I in the Treasary, as ft. sinking fund, for the Constitution *, and<,come into die (lIion.- names, .9( the! **; pulpit. politicians 1 we decline, I 'Uapi.( power was ashamed, but would not hovered on oar' Io eiquTre-2. W&Uier Jhe yic>n., I
i i proceed the
ultimate redemption of the principal of slid .' :sWhicfc from their insignificant proportionSese..rpcd lilAC .
.I Treasurer There seems fa have been but little oppositionin min 'puhU through1; ,tbedtl1ln of, ojir ::.acknowledge it/It seems. they lie about to consideration" dcrconsineratioaf fc f o ho regarded is "
sum to be invested by the with the : the observation ftlIa .
consent of the" 'Governor, in stocks of the < 'House to'these :measures.-: This will columns On account of the high regard we entertain Strike'hands of friendship once more and become Southern men have law' conditional in its enactments and

Free State for the church which friends Lord Napier has I of the large majority dependent upon the option of the City tV
if.yf 1 Unit/Ml States, or State securities, or in bonds result in a considerable Increase of to they belong. good again. dimensions and already Ie.

; I herein provided to be issued bj the provisions Senators, and consequent increased Northern Having been allotted to their respective fields been appointed Minister to the United Slates, I swollen into huge cept or rejectf aahartfciy the ira rt'A d
I and obscure the greater part of our virtue of 'a contract rC.; ",JfcAoj ,
:t; of this Act.the Free State influence In that body. It is the of religious labor by the regulating power of young Scotch nobleman, of comparatively darken .his own cause, tfemah'just; ( li facomtthandteareJttih ,fiIt,

( HOQM of ReproenUtire December general impression nt. Washington that no their organization, it i is strange 5m.Ieedahtthey moderate abilities, and not much diplomatic political firmament. A1w," i,1t&J_
i .Jl, 1656. Pawed tb Stnate.Demnber 22, 1856. retrospect '
mrrc cursory
i Approved December 87, 1856.] bill will be passed At this session of Congressin should so far forget tin? purposes of their experience, but of illustrious origin, backed, In taking R extraordinary .: .If tho1 I lmav a4mit .of'no \t"% n.fttJ rj

t rehTHnn to the formation of a State Governj j I II I mission ns to lose sight of Christian duties, and by indubtry and int grit}. HO\A, a relationof American politics it requires no 'truit tbtf.p (u poi pt.bi '.a7''i\ii..itid:
4 that
I ment In Kansas, nor will the bill, now before recklessly cngnge in the less Congenial pursuitsof tho eccentric Admiral Napier, of whom we sagacity or research to discover our that he Citj.C lJcd_have not ct"'tI1Irifl'd"
1. j'I?rihinn & 'O11T1II1! condition has not been tweed upon therrisclvesv antMirat tnere is
!I tho House, for the annulment of. the laws of -the electioneering politician. These unworthy have lately bend so much. present woolO t (6r
; an r.'uproaTt.IWJlm' dati f u
but that it is the l giimatd're.suIt ;
. .' .- __ .. be It will bo left of the Christian us unawares ; e.
t ------ "- -- esr '-- - the Territory passed. to representatives character i ii town c lerk. 'N&hhig.sno re would lenefsary
Chief Justice of Kansas. and supineness, which IA. 1h
TA LLA HASCEE : i alter and modify their laws as it may please. will doubtless remember, that when t of that flpathy in J this I. casp, than, toassignre x>&srhr

L. ,: It ;Js also Understood says the correspondent Senator Douglas Introduced the Kansas Nebraska i It i is not true that Judge! Lecompte has been has. marked and) characterized the political the conditions of 'the enactment shouWw*

Saturday Feb. 14 1857. [ of the Charleston Courier that the territorial Bill into the Senate of the U. S., :3000 I removed I by the President upon the complaintof conduct !tnd counsels Southern Legisla compiled > ith. But as these.wIII appear irlI
; : : Gov. Gt':1rThe functions of the office tors. the subsequent part of this diicustion, thl'l'
r_ -- --- I II I i legislaturevill not call a convention for the political clergymen of the North sent to the I be rt
.. I !j arc still exercised by Judge L. Mr. Harrison L -t it not be said, that warning was lacked, I considerationjnay postponed while" n'.II
4 draw attention the notice of I 1 formation of Slabs Constitution hut await Senate the t
"- \YTe would to a a petition denouncing repeal of the I notions of :i contract are pawing in

sale of negroes which appears in another colT I! the passage of n law: for this purpose by the Missouri Compromise, and professing to speakin I I recently nominated by the President, will not that there was no intellect: to grasp and fore I The simplest definition of contract i iI rnie\f ihat

1 T umn. Col. Berry requests us to state that I next Congress, when the population c.f the I the name and by the authority. Heaven.It i! supersede Judge L. until the nomination of tell the gloomy consequences- of indifference it is a !mutual promise." Hence, a'll tho

:i the former i is confirmed by the Senate. The and that there was not the boldnessand rules applicable to promises, apply *!iib
a the property is withdrawn from private sale, I! country may be sufficient to justify it. i i was then that the people of :!tho South denounced II repose ecaal
force to contract But it i is
. j nomination was consideicd by the Senate a patriotism in the South, to ncur the as more coovonient
. and that it will poHtively be sold on the day .; A great deal of apprehension is manifested I these sanctimonious politicians in I for the in hand I -
I.! purpose shall fol.!
few days since, giving rise to wann discussion wrath and indignation Northern I
: advertised. : by the Southern press generally, that Kansas j black coats. as they deserved, and treated j i I low the definition admitted in tie common
.I without final action it. The sufficiency and counsel reals ance to the stealthy
; will apply for admission as a State with an their [pretensions to speak in the name of a i upon :\. to-wit. "An agrcm nt made in one

,. Our thanks are duo the Hon. S. R. Mallory ; anti-slavery constitution. Our mind is pained I higher than earthly power with the contemptit I of charges against Judge Jecomptewas I aggressions upon the Constitutional rights I form between parties capable of contracting

:. ; for a copy of his interes ing speech upon by no such fears. Every popular election or I Ii I merited. Hence the clergymen went to : coii&idcied and a division of opinion in i of the South. The words of the great and for a legal object or "purpose,and upon a IUC-

; the legibility : work
j legitimate political demonstration that has occurred i prr:1chinglnll praying against the Democractic presents itself is, does the united action of
; Senate. Wo ate likewise indebted to"the I !! if Judge L. is not removed, Gov. Geary will veracious language of prophecy ; and we tin
1 from first to last in that Territory has party from that time to the present. Legislature and of the City Council toml.t .

: Hon. L. O. B. Branch of North Carolina: fur :i been favorable to the pro-slavery party.- 1.1 \nd what! is the result ? The clergymen met t !!: resign. I find ourselves in the exact position which I' pond with the first feature of this definition?

' a of his able address on the President's I I =r- -- i his mighty mind so cleat ly and vividly depicted I B/' denies, arId assigns two felIlOnshi h
copy with
j Whitfield was twice elected to Congress by ;, no bolter lurk in tlc: Court of Heaven, : The New Cabinet. ',
.. : as tho consequence' of a tame and by the way arc identical proposition, that
message. and the than in the Senate of the United Slates.
overwhelming majorities, legislative Thu !
. I i Wi unite heartily in the Illngl1:1geIId passive' submission to the continutd aggressions may by summed up, in his own word, thus:

Important Information. councils have invariably be-on composed of i I I powers' above seem to have treated tho cltrgymeii sentiment of the New York Journal of Comrrerce of Northern Fanaticism. I It (the act of the Legislature and of iL*

the most rabid pin-slavery mel1.11 through with utter dUrefpect and iiiditTez once, : Council,) ii not a contract, because here is
", : We authoritatively informed that arrangements I when it says theme is a growing probability Who can recur, in this day tu the patriotic ; a want of mntoality essential in
. j the recent sanguinary commotions of whichthat 1 i and have Mi'tained the Democratic every con
,; have been made, at the instanceof : pnrty.- I| that the Hon. ".01. L. Marcy will be counsels of that great t man and not fe I In tract." What are the proofs of this want
. : i the theatre the Border It will result in the ;
1 our watchful representation in Congioss, Territory" was I, same manner with our ; letiiined. at the head of the State Department, glow of giatitudo within him for his paternal !; of mutuality V It is averred tl1.t.tbe LeI .
, i I Ruffians, as they wcie reproachfully termed, Florida clergymen. The people of Florida did not the
the affairs of which, for tlJh t four gislature accept proposition in
.. by the authorities ut Washington for import. year solicitude and solemn warnings I I
_ : i exhibited decided both in will ftibtain the Democratic Unless I
a superiority num- I party and rebuke f terms. am very much mistaken
ho has conducted with so much credit to ,
into Florida and believe Louisianaalso I j Who refl-ct them for .
; : ing \ve cnn upon moment -
1 hers and effectiveness, and when not parnlizei! the political parsons: ; and the voice of the the bill expressly stipulates that, in accor
from the Island of Cuba tronsiderable] I himself and the nation. If there' J is any man and, not feel n sense of shame and huI I dance with the offer of the Mayor, as
s'i ; by the interposition of the Federal troops. people is the voice of God, as runs the old I :1t'ceptt'd
:, quantity of seed cane, to supply the wants | who l' experience, ability and tact, in that I mil:1t otl that so pure a patriot rhould have I by the Legislature, the ScminarvVett
1 victorious. Those facts : ir.axim. The
t of our Sugar planters. Owing to the severi.ty : were uniformly are f pnrsons therefore must submit j ia'l'orta; : Department, would add moie t to '!I passed from Karth I without a consciousness I of the Suwanneo be and is hereby locafod in
; patent to the public mind every where, and !: to the condemnation! which}. they- have and the of Tallahasf, cond tion
; City on of the
3i i : of the recent cold weather the quantity of I i iwil !, the strength, chnr:cter, mid safety of the,I ofu just appreciation by hid loved, bat deluded
: : we cannot conceive substantial basis upon continue! to receive from God and tl-p | ; proper conveyance to tie Board ol Education
' seed }has been much diminished Administration, or to the confidence ?
't cane veiy which to rest the supj,osition that Kansas is people, and henceforth we adjure thorn to lot countrymen I (after provided for) of the property, sre.I .

: throughout FJoiiJa] Louisiana and Texas, lost to the South, 'Ir. Stephen'ill-timed and political matters alone. Another old I wit'.i: which: the people are prepared to welcome But, it is not the part manhood, to waste I cified bj the Mayor. So far it is h.n'agrte.

:; which renders this timely ;interposition of the adage run : its advent, we know not who that man its energies in vain regrets. The stubborn ; ment made in one (form. B." still insttta
: unauthorized to tl.at efft-ct not- thus Let the
predictions t Cobbler!
: Mick to his last. The is where he is tu be fOUImd.I that it is not, because they added thereto
U. S. Government no le-s commendable than or %! fact is greeting us-its tunes can no longer I
, |i wi.thstuuiins."t.. have the movt implicit( spirit of the adage i is as applicable! to travel i -- i 0 --/ I by providing for a reverwon of the ;prflpertv=
bIt'. The Collector t West in the midst
\ccepta :1 Key I!i confidence, growing out cf the contiguous- ling clergymen as it i in to cobblers.] Let theparson The Late Mr. Brooks be silence']-wo are heaving I to the doi'ors (the City) hereafter tiltIori.tion .
: has been instructed to despatch from that I i surges and our \essei has sprung a leak. I should! be changed." u B. Imo
Kansas the !
nes to State of Missouri, the stick to his pulpit. may
Notwithstanding! The 1 lam r.l'd death of the lion. P. S.
point: a snal! vessel for the required supply. i: I : : : Not only so, but our crew have become I studied Chitty on Special Pleading, a"well
inhabitant? of the latter 'JUo\'ing heaven and the almost
effort !
super-human made bvmanof
Bro ks much
sensation South
\r e lire not advised as to the points hi this I ) '; produced in I rehfllioiM! and their bickerings and diuen- i as on Contracts, very thoroughly ; Lat methinks .
;! earth for the attainment of the great Southern] i the clergy in the last election in this Stateto Carolina. Demonstrations of the learned if could!
-State that will be made laces of depositc! an affecting sions are fast tending to ac'.u-.l and [ jurist, present
object, that the Tvrritoiy in question when defeat the Democracy, we came out aheadof character, tllII-pilt'tI l various places. At I open i scarcely refrain! from smiling at such an application .
for share of the shall seek I Let becomes who
conflict. act
Cllrgo.r us
our e as men,
,. applying for State lecugnilKin, will present a '[ the priests, and the and i of his principles If A deposits with
prayers preachingof | Charleston a large Pnlmetto Tree, standing
further infcrmution on this point and place it know their rights-and knowing will dare
of with the
I I M a sum proviso that the
constitution } with the institutions ; tilt latter money
} j
homogeneous have
i turned out to I 1ft much : .
: : so on one of the street: was draped in mourning !
in due time tcfore our citizens. maintain then in'erest of it shall! be annually appropriated

: of the State which gave it birth : empty gas. They injured the cause they es- I;! and the flags: of thu shipping in port and We fear, the period for p-illiatives ha* by M( to a certain object, after deducting a

Small Pox. ; The wakeful population of Missouri have :j poused. Even the sensible Know Nothing : on the public' buildings placed at half mabt. scJ-wc fear, l that gentle remedies ;: specified proportion of it for hu services in

this matter in charge and ftol lthc responsibility i i condemn the indelicate interference of the may 1: the premises, and if M accepts the trust npon

The subjoined communication from the for its proper denouement. Meantime we I! clergy in politics. It t is prostituting the t ; Dr. Landerer. a medical man :Athens, :, no longer avail.. We are not unmindful of I the conditions named, (L would be a clear
Mayor of Thomas*'ille a subject of great i tho inestimable blessings, hich have 1 do u"
upon i ninny ca>o of a rJ.t.fac contract, Hot" want
I that he has discovered
,I think it would be well for the South through ; for which announces n sorereign -
nmch interest to a large scope of country, j j purposes they are clerically institu t i resulted to the whote country! from thia once t ing mutuality." But If M thould, with! hut
i i the instrumentality of the Senate, which is a i ii ted. We hope the Florida priests at least t, ; specific against sea-iickncss. His rem- t of the tro. volunteer to
: both in Florida and Giorgia, will be read I t glorious Union. We are not now-nor ever acceptance
:i conservative body, to resist orrather, hold in :Iwill have the honesty to heed this rebuke, and i: cdy i ia to give from ten to twelve drops of I (what A did not ask,) his bond fur the return
with sitis1ctioii.Ve: doubt not his predictions will be, averse to the Union, as it was-the I
:. ; abeyance: the applications of Minnesota and forthwith repent of their sins ; set a better example chloroform in water. The chloroform, inmost I of the money, upon the contingency of his removal
with ref lencc to the farther development Constitution as it i is. But we are regardingthe I ,
from bis then of i id'llCtthis!
i j Oregon, until such time as Kansas shall place for the accursed fanatical clergy of I case, removes nausea, and persons place rr
of the disease will! verified, and therefore events of the times as vise men ever j/iot/W/ t addendum would beyocd all controversy .
j herself in a similar attitude (,f political trans- the North, who discourse by the hour sabbath who have taker the remedy soon become
t apprehension of its spreading cease. on I -harbingers of things to come-beacon I that he did not accept the proposition
: \: may i! formation, aud the trio pass irto tic liiotl.tr- days for the dissolution of tho Union, able! to stand up and set accustomed to the I the and of the I in terms;" in other words, this, would vitiate
1 In the meanwhile} a general resort should be lights, to warn prudent wnry
i, hood of States, pan passu. It has ken. the : or the emancipation of the American slate, I fl1.)' 'Ul'lIt of lh9 \'cssel.houlJ the sickness -i the contract So. forsooth bpcansn the Lei .
Ki th.5r;
msde \accinatioa which is infallible i dancers whirh 'spt potliwov.
? an i heietofore and I though it be donc : retur. rr..J .lrtc. i. to Lo taj;ii. i' i! gislnture accompanied their acceptance of tan
custom we see no good reason even over the dead body of '
.' Pf.-. !lth-e. The phvsicians! of Tallahassee j I f .-_.?.. .. ..uvjcaurt... |jrCCCl ., ..- ..t' ue mailer to relieve nsver been the objects of our deques at
__ VOLCANO YmGI The ; anytime
? tf i this iusta tlCl'. u o u. Ilockin"- I perty donated by that offer should nevtr, by
: ') the. citizens here of all danger : 1 Pensacola Dry Dock.A ham: Register learns from the most reliable i neither has it been the points aimed at any act of theirs, be perverted from t-e!: on

:. TBOXASVILLK, Ga.. Feb. 10, 1SOG. A Factory Destroyed. :- bi'l has been introduced by Mr. Mallory authority t that the shock of an earthquake ; by many School of those," whose patriots motives of the and South Carolina I gina! purpose of the donors, (fo; this- is the
purposes i the their
import objectionable proviso.) action -
I Mr. EIHTOE-The SmrJl Pox has! made its I We regret exceedingly to learn by the last i i I into the United State Senate authorizing the ::, wa felt in Pendleton county, Va., some days : have been so cl'UtIInntl unjustly traduced. i lacks the first element of of a contract.I .

: appearance in our town, the panic produced I Madison Messenger, that Capt. Willard's I j Secretary of the Navy, under the direction ago, and that an aperture has been formed in i It is presented to Southern men and conservatives I Cre lat Jud us.

.. by which suddenly depopulated our throng! i of the the mountains within two tint-c miles of all parties, as a choice of evils, as ,
of the
; Cotton F:1ctorr:19 destroyed by fire on the President of the United. States, to cause f or I! The supposed depreciation of propert'r.even ,
We of the : the dernier It should be considered
ing street are aware exaggerated stone dock Ciicleville, in that county, (rom which volI resort. if it touched the main question, is purely
nature of rumois going out npon the invasion j; evening of the 5th inst. The disaster was |I a dry for the naval service, to be and discussed i in this light by us and among I The coutinuo In

of each diseases, and take this occa. j the result of accident. The loss estimatt-d :it j constructed upon the most approved plan, :.t I nines of black smoke are issuing, and largo i I us. calmly and soberly, us rational and pa. ;imaginary.be worth for educational property must as much a*

; sion, through the columns of your paper to !| 810,009. i j tho Navy Yard at Pensacola, and to defray stones have been thrown to a great height. J! triotic freeman. ; it is ndw, as it will surely purposes!w kept in good

!#i inform the public of the true state of the case. i| This h a sail usitation r>( misfortune upon !j the expense thereof the stun of $100,000 is i Already have we seen many, nearly all, of t I condition ; and unless the 'history of the institution .
There has been bat a solitary developed i! MORE CAMELS -\munn.-Xew: Orleans, the Constitutiunal men and patriots of the I
case i be I that
,( our lend Capt.WilJ.1rdhg: policy insurance i to appropriated. Wo have no doubt of contemplated differ widrly: from
as set, and that has been removed by the i i Jan. 30-Tho U. S. store ship Supply, Com I' free States stricken duwu by the blind and of other similar institutions. the wilt
its ultimate property
: town authorities several miles in the ; j having expired a few days In-fore the occar- passage, and congratulate our relentless spirit of fanaticism, let us gather
.: country.The j mander Porter, has just been t telegraphed at : be improved.and enhanced in value. It U argued
diseae was bronght t( Thomasville tI by; | rence. But a man of Capt. Willard's uncoilI fellow-citizens of Pensacola upon an event so both instruction and warning from the recent t in this connection that tho General
!! the S. W. Pass, from! Sim'rna with forty-one ,
[,f: IJ. Thomas Avera, a grocer in the place I who} I I querable energy and fine business capacity j auspicious to her future commercial improve- I camels on homf-all of which brought I remarks of G ell. Cass iu the Sl>ns.te' of the I Assembly failed to provide! for t the refunding

doubtleM contracted it in New Oilcans, from j is not to be crushed: hJ any calamity short of j rnent and renown. This city is destined to : were i United States. He two has fallen and why? .i to the City Treas'ury'of the 82000 per an.
: hence he returned on (Saturday the 31!t ult. l be : ever without difficulty, and in good health. i It cannot be said then, that it is premature, .i iI i It be t
the destruction of life, and we know j one of the chief commercial ornaments ofi num. might replied that ifihe provisot
i -
j very
He examined on Monday following i I unwise and unpatriotic, to discus the
was by question :
:, the
Florida Srnrjrc TBVVKL. Tho .travel > restore 810,000 upon a contingency,
1 wt-11 that his mind will soon recover from the i we would just as soon think of 13j I !
experienced physicians, and it was on TJmrs- I of Dissolution. Il i is the part of wisi vitiated the the i.
contract, contract
as n
:., day, after a further and sufficient develope- I'j' shock, and that he will enter again upon business parting( with ono of the limbs of our bolt a:*, I just beginning to pour into New York, and the i I dom, ns it is the part of true courage, to i iI so to refund this 82000 per annum would pro\

i. ment of the disease, decided to be the SmallPox life! with his accustomed activity and I seriously to entertain the proposition tu pint ::1! hotels are rapidly filling up'. From the sec- look danger in the lace and meet it half-way only vitiato it the more ; for according tiM >

J' ,: beyond a doubt. As a whole week has I! alacrity. The Messenger states, also, that i with her, to become incorporated with Ala- j oi.id week in February to tho 1st March, I i iVo cannot avert the storm by stopping our I I BL," this would be a still wider departurefrom
pissed without the symptoms of another case, : !, ears, or like the Ostrich bj hiding our "
I the b-ibiness of the the His honor too
# ; families left this catas- bama. j season will bo at its terms. Mayor
arc by
,. many poor
wa sincerely hope the panic. trickn citizens I
I headTim I with all his keenness of perception, certainlynever
,; : i may soon be able to return to their business !I tropho in a very destitute condition. : Honor io Whom Honor Is due : height. -- root uf the disturbing evil, the very I contemplated this. But, I would rather

} \ without fear of untimely death or long suffer. i seat of the malady is to be found in the social : ask is the fact stated B. "
The GRETht' following gentlemen have as by any
..1 ing. Ae for ourselves, we have very little : Chinese Sugar Cane. honor of first projecting a line of Tel. and political organization of the Southern of want-of made in form t"
'I agreement
; .. fear of its !long continuance if the proper steps : This rcnti is attracting coflfciderable alien- !i cgraph across the Atlantic is duo Gen. Horn- been nominated for Congress, in place! of P. States. Nothing shoit of a thorough : Does not the bill!! stipulate expressly, in accordance -

i :, are followed to prevent it, which proper steps tion at preae-i.t in the agricultural world. The j tio Hubbel!, of Philadelphia, who, as early as S. KOOKS, deceased : Gen. J./. II. HAM- revolution and upturning of the foundations :: with the offer of the city, through

the Board in council assembled this morning result of experiments in various I I )1840, presented a memorial, to Congies?, : 3io\o, Hon. J. P. KI.NARD, Col A. G. SCMNKR t of society and government can satisfy the the Mayor, that the said 82000 per annum
numerous i 'I
; are suggesting by proceeding to disinfect the I Gen. SAMUKL McGow.vrv. J: cravings and demands of fanaticism. shall bv in the education run
: asking, aid fiom that ; expended or
house from which the case was taken, and i, parts of the country, rnd particularly in the body to enable him to I I ---- .---.-- -- j It is therefore worse than tally to think of : YOLTH; or SAID CITY, in such manner and
keep the tamo closed up, thereby cutting off South! has been }highly satisfactory. Aside I j carry: the project ;into t"f ct. The proposition I INDIANA.-Messrs. Bright smith Fitch, democrats securing permanent tranquility by further : on such terms as shall be agtecd upon between

all communication whatever. Rumors always I j from t the value of this cane as a batid i for the i was then treated as the dream of an en. : have been elected by the Legislature l submission. I Ij I II i the .corporate authorities of said City
exceed the danger, and we have the proof in I (husiast, an idle chimera unworthy I 1 This deep-seated hostilitJ'of Northern what
and the Board of Education !In On
ii'.nnufrdnre of which i is it s o i
J. sugar great ; po : now in session, United States Senators from i iI '
this for while numbers for Fanatics in t'l1nllJ malice
i case ; are fl\iug I rious attention of an enlightened hotly, which j originating not t ground, then, rests .obligation of the State
the remainder beIng vaccinated scales Hl .1.y excellent GlIli'il' in the fodder i that State. in must be met and fMr- !
are philanthropy boldly
ti few ._ _____ _. __ __ ; tq refund, pc.tbe right of the City to demand
to' I a days law for the
ago passed a mate I u I
from n solitary case nearly two weeks oLl.- :, n.s forayi? for block. The climate and soil of I j.lesbly.I The issue is now fairly and disiinctlymade. : \ .the refunding of, the annual'appropiiatioo of

4 ; We trust a merciful Providence does not }et Florida arc peculiarly adapted for a luxuriant I development of this supposed chimera.of OJ-: Tho pews of Henry Ward Beecher'aI : I "i],: 82000'? It'savors as much of modesty it

see fit to 'isitwith such desolation nttd death il growth of this exotic, and will yitld an I of Mr. Hubbcll. I 1 church hnvo'been rented fur 813,000 for the j \'e have a truce at preJont, but a delus've! !!, does of reason, for the City tu ask from thus

as is sometimes poured out upon larger and I I "- 1 presentear.. :' tiuce.: Our enemies are constantly and en. IJ I, State the restoration to her cofllrs of the

>, f r *':. lees"'favored cities. Respectfully, amount of saccharine matter, which in point I Gen. Pierce and Lady. ___ _._. ..____ *:1 J ergetically active. They are rejoicing over j jI i! 82000 annually expended in the education of

r M .'-'v. L. HOLLAND, Mayor.Mr.'Haxweirs I of value, we are assuied!, will exceed the pro- It is now given out upon authority that j R. B. Rhett, Esq, has purchased: Ta- I their! recent exhibition of strength, far beyond '!I her own )'ou'th. F s lids 1m son .to the University .

If duct of the ordinary sugar cane now grown. I the health! of Mrs. Pierce continues so much II ber's interest in the Charleston Mercury. .1;I their previous calculations, and are elated I! 'of: Vfrgiiii.1.and deposites \ 'ith| the
f Speech. of seed be t : with the prospect of a complete triumph in i
t} Small quantities may bad uy '! Bursar 8600 per annum, for three years, to
The speech of the Hon. A. E. :Maxwell on j application to the agricultural. department nt j affected that it' is thought uuarUisable for her t Respect to .the Dead. !. 1800.i ( I II he expended for tho'use ofaid 80n1 the

to undertake journey either to the Not-thor i It is not time then we were discussing and I i Bursar has fallen io
any end of that the
ACGVKTA Feb. 9. The of tho late period
delivered in and ,
; the President1 I mention
Message, Congress Washington, we this fact, hoping j
the value of the Union !
{ I South until the settled weather of the late Preston S. Brooks will arrive here { estimating 1 debt to'Fin the sum of 81800! This j"BVargument
A few daIs since, is we'tbink the ablest vindication our citizen( in different parts of the I lion. H. B. !: in The
} plain'Engltsb. City agrees
spring shall have arrived. In \iew of her .1'.1'V.
I It will he met at tho'I
of that excellent document .that has State will procure some of the ieed'and test Wednesday morning. to pay to the State such'a" bonus"aa F pats

ix: been made in either branch of Congress this the utility of this plant condition, it is said, Mr. Buchanan has invited I depot by the military, and be escorted to the !I I Till LAST or TilE HEROES.-Of the origi- i iI to the Bnrsar.- Of course,' ;in fifty years, tae

> winter. It has been complimented by the -*. Gen. Pierce to make the White House r f City Hall, where it will remain until evening I nat fifty-six who vveut with Gen. WMker i ij ill State :"ould'bee' indebted the City hi

leading journals of the The The Treaty wlih England. his residence: as long as he shall desire to remain 1 and then be taken to Edgefield. A great I. the brig Vebta, to Nicaragua fium San Francisco the'snug sum' of 8100,000. Methihka bear
c country. corre. '' in June 1855 ten now living, the the defunct Legislature -
in the city, and it is stated that the invitation arc I the galvanized bod.oI'
J and is
epondetit of the New York !{Nr6 who was The Senate have had under consideration has been accepted.Mr. military display- expected. [ rh:1\illgbeenkilll.llin battle or j Ii I ; which made Bach a"'contract,!' eftclahn,

present and heard the rpaech, speaks of it in the treaty lately negotiated by.Mr..Dallas, 1 j'i From Washington. i having 1 fallen. under disease. The names of -j I with one .Shakapeare'a worthies Write

the following complimentary terms: "With. touching Central American Aflairs. A lengthy Jefferson' Davis, the only member of I, the living! are : |i ir t iHc.domi an tU,.":

'-- out desiring1 LaJnvidious I think the House discussion led to:.ho satisfactory 'conclusion. the present.administration. to whom Mr. Buchanan WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.-:Mr. Buchanan, the I Moses Anderson,. George Leon.trd, i;: This would be a "Jo tit du"contract with

.. bear witness that the his President elect, 'left the city' this morning accompanied -I r James Small! torg e.(.aujJl,' j ift vepgeance< The :fact il',&* wpst haft
will made
bo defeated ot
me. speech The teltYit is thought, vip! either developed general ideas political
hh dinner.
by t twenty or more of polHcnlfriends' I Fred}-, aliaa"Dbbliii," Capt. Dough, concocted this part of his article after
on yesterday by the Hon. A.,E. Maxwell of' or it)will be' ratified with same impor. policy, has expressed himself fully satisfied : .' f Samuel Kennedy, Daniel Bailey, I I II l uhi ,.,eiag in;:good homer with bimtCl&..o

Florida, upon the President's. Message and. tant amendments.. .is grossly unjust to tho with the programme, 'and'.intends to give The Committee of Ways and Means: will I Jacob Cohnus, Charles! Dougherty.- I Iw II I was disposed tojpieribe to the State a very

.: the result of tb recent election, was one of cause of Walker in Central America, and we him 'a,cordial\ support in the. Senate.predica: make a favorable report nit the Senate submarine I I. .J'" ::-- ., ,.-: !Urge heart, sligbUyobfuscated: viston-.

1t .the.ablest discourses that has marked the'debates sincerely hope it will!defeated_ ,if not so modified ted. :upol. these r representations. !. telegraph bills,. I May Il leave a few tracts ?I" asked a To show We f want .mutuality aentbl" that
b.tp The House poat-office committee have\ post- of who iueerycontractit !t.t!farther agne4. ,
an elderly lady, respondedto
of.this Congress. I seldomnotice i (the. not, to'. 'militate* 1 against" ,tJie f f, extension* of ",*r ROOKS A.'PaoiL- The Washington Stdlearns 'p'oned l further action .en tho. 08n'. hill service his knock. 'the Legjslature}reiejyeajithi l t of rscfedjng .

speeches of individual. : members, but the mer-. liberal political principles our neighbors : Thursday. "- i die loeattoo whu no "p*
: J !.. ? nnrpng I that :this :.gentleman .has retired. 'from .. Leave.somo tracts i Certainly you may, by changing '

;:;,ii'r, Mr. Maxwell'seffort. deserrea high.iceiun. .. en- 'of the.;Central l American'-Coast t; To .bis connection L. -" '"with'the\RfcJftnond' Enquirer ...- .. -. 'J- j taajA-she,looking at him most benignly. over guaranteed ljOr ..givento. the cUyV AM.t4?*.
.t y I < .. .. l, toiieer.tainly
; !. .": 9 ";. 1. : uietI l1t1the'treaty. wcroM'focjIi tflrtaal. .iufi- '.' aiutia probably- won to Jj0 wocfate4 the" '. \0A ,trailj supposed to. have been madebX Ipex| &; -v":leave them 'with tho heel to City Connca/iii mak ngtheirj>rppo |
% '' :'ttho M' P doctrlAe 1 "soofo eight .tea Indians discovered wards J tho.honse_ if youplease !1' 'coutemplated'anehja.TeiiefvaUofl_
brbe or was ft.
.reqdei i T : Us
cditoHal .department tlIeifeMer. 't .
nrii"hibn the otthifirst1
1 J "
.il'I 1' ; t : part .St
*s ""
&.:!' \ Oapt.LCXI1b: m..lo" : : ."fO' I I,: .-- ..1 '. '.t1t4! ,', '. by Ltf Moody: ofCapt Wt,H.. Kendrick'sCqmpany. f .t. : Jj:
4 *'' 'Thti aceom'plisbe4 Officer and clever I -. J't: iJg.ienei: a!TdAf uarny1.comxnandrn.- .1: .eu e s f : '.J, _) ,' r! ......- \i _. one day,this'week,' near Fort Arjcile" A FRBK MASOX. The King ofH, uov r reply,:.that the.Legislofa'chang *t.:: *\i:
: genl .. I" a .p -- ,I '1.10 \;'' 4 -: II ; -:'4". J_ : .. has been admitted im-raber? Hanovertiin -bf itioi1C1tytherhttoaUt goa-.. .
:. : a .
Lt.foody seout a
: was on a ,
: haa been directed by the War DepartT UJ f1e.'i H. ._... .I'f" 4:1IUI1p; ara1l.1J. 'tb
fPrrFJ ;
eman 'L ; l White Oorao of Free AI eumidi
*. i- i ; \ t ** *- \*-* **- small detachment, and i immeHatolyitarted iojp Lodge ( ) lOnL
+ the oftfoot..ol ( d r I :1 Awrf I11. il1i1h 1* -' 'd iateditoett 'wft i 5TO ta'
the dpUea of .
'ment tcr assume oiacwxe of 'quUUioB.forthreeconapania" 1.(1 rsoit7 Cap .,; .!th 1bftlM1.j1 ,Majesty was |palled by ''fpec1aIJdipldraa'through
Ei !Indian .Agentffieer 1;' cuse. :teei1 Thrt wffl bie.ivdTti hk -( : G lI lr.po"if,1," ter wards j joined him, and i it iiqabLitbat ) the) thee 4e re!*, andwill o-1J .Ir.to...a _be<1'I made"-apop. f|'S.MTUMJfte.Clit I'.i.I.A Ut-

,:&Ddthe.a: tw ei,thIi. beri "maJICi'ttdj ilx"-fdl t&. fi t'aifi'i 'm 6Y 1\&t'f'& Uib 1'ftt1 !f11; ..AAMtfiMr. ere tbhtitboJed.1kii: '.'a'e; \'1(.:-b'laa1 r ted Grand Mfitertif11rtl'! Ilaub.; ',.o 1 U9'l cit .1'1.Cbt' Hr 10'.

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& thaf'r.qutflt.Cd ItHJo bus,*M KSfSfrfXZ thai 1 .Jtry ,, 1 : HIGH A. CORLE1_ I.- prOft.5Oflfl1jLarD5. I
U4aele (
with, the term* on which the uI. nre doing first rate buwtieM,and can afford ME, : &t'hIt'ttthe-.Vs'old Olal3t'f Jeremiah, K. WAS pisiiog .- ;! Auiption!: ] I i- __ __ -

,uai.yEa&: of the; Suwanorfras jpcated il., to mafce it knowiL; TV world'oWto! pat- ; ON WEDNESDAY ortt February 48th will be ; Afaomey at law; : ; I

Ocala ; And as the same dipulutlons eon.taincd roniM! those whom it thtIlksflIdoing well ; by 1 prn\\liijriffn Mfiitftrr.: : siWtha.o1lthau: ?% IVftbeen) > -? o23 before the Court-Honne' door &r Cub, the I PALLMIAIE! ; ,
in the bill of 52 which ar* embraced.in .. *' nd liberal adrniKine is-n snfailing ti-n (: 1n' Ir.vife (?.* .sTa-.N .i7i2q
I Incgiri Water "all the im>n for JanV ryi7. 1857.Sainbridge. 3-1
die .present bill, H muf J> go. t Ia, \ to wash \\iih, and that 'p< se I II - ---- --- DP.UGik" & .ME1bJ.C irt : BY.V S Str
thafac they tidiut8jeci&| as a condition beyond question, mw ,f the ve>ybe 'l to form TOM, a coopor. Nn. 1 hand, aged 35 >mrs.and his S Hotel + : .
I| for il ?r '
of the contract, that tie location should never at the beginning of got family, vu: StTSANNA, f band ir.-d SX ,veais. tn x
the vtar. and ss SUCh About ninppeji" MAT. a bo-. ngd H yen SHARPHtLa toy.aged i rpHE umK-r-iuTicd hatlnj: !em fd'f pisee :
be changed they'VeitJ prepartd.to bargain we sincerely couinu-nd! it In all Iriei.dt &nd *4 Nun-pence j Sbe told lni lhat: the doctor 1!. JENKINS, a boy, aged 7. SINGLETON, a boy, 1 known asHibWrd'. Hotel" hopes fay -

on like terms with the,citizen?. of Ocala, beliexing readers. would pull a tooth for me snhiclimu !T' aged 5 yeir.'l'IIIsBE U strict httention to business, nn I to the om.ns eft ink 'Lt0ZT42,

that the legislature would act in as aged 18. mil her sister MINERVA, .. of lilt cuct to merit a tbart of the public ptnnnr. :

good faith towards Tallahassee as they haxp Repni-ted f.r the Wnltnlla Timer.STATEMENT aged 1C-both No. I W.inen. ITw tab:> will b.- supplied with the! best the .
EESPECT "l!' SAM. SC. Center of Clbt* and Monroe *tietsTaTh1ii'.ri.( .
recently doinj towards Ocala, in refuwng to TRIBUTES 'o.l.bsn.ing.ed country zffur'Ls. .Tm.urrr 19 18j 1
EMAITEL.a1irtretzonulcr. and
used Su,
JAMCS ROGERS, ftopuet r.
Seui when the
remove the nary petitioned hy / IIM qvtmlity find estimated calve )liis Wife MILLY, fir.'t late ban.I. IIgetI 26. J.nuir31i857. B --- --- --' 7rCooPtrtnetsh1p : :----- -
of \ The people of Ocala of Ar/t- Al a special meeting the V'try of CLriftClutrrhonticIlo ) .
citizen* f\licjuiopj" 1 Woman and 2 children-1 Woman and 1 child. -- -
des of Merchdndizc, of domestic 'rosrf1z.and Feb. Stb, 1856, the following Preamble -. '- -
secured the location hj an offer of 8SCOO, and -ALSO-- r PHE uuderiges1 I LaTt tbu dj entered iato a oo-
a antifaclurc and Rcolulions were unanimonsly adopted j Sheriff's Sale.
exported from the Port I JL
1w a guarantee of the return of their properly of St..Marks Fla. the WHEREAS It Las pleased Almighty Gtxl in his On account of Truto% 1 likely Girl and Child. partnership IB theWF4LESA1r
in the event of, a. change. As B." during year ending wise Providenc to call away from arth 'ur beloved' if. H. BERRY, Auctioneer. T>Y virtue of a writ of lien facias issued from theClerk's &. RETAIL
31 si Dec., l856-alj I JD office of Leon Circuit Cyurt, Middle fir-
shipped cottsttrisr. TUCKER Senior Wanlpn I II February 14, 1857. '7
pk-JiJs practice" as an aid in ascertaining I Brother Col. JAMES R. ilcFarlaif i.
Cotton, Tpland, 46,636 bales I of Christ Church : Therefore, P. S.-If the above Negroes are not s"ld before cult of Florida, wherein Allan plaintiff
of the Executive I commend I
the duties this aud the executors of J at 13 bale RESOLVED, That while we bow in m pK snhmiasion the. 18U> February, ut private sale, they will ba positively i
his consideration in the per 52,098,020 00 defeii'lants/I end will for
to determining ba\e levied
case upon expose AMES&UVELTITETwIII '
but in
feel IOPS sold Auction.
to His Tvfll xre cannot our oit great at \
validity of Legislative contracts. It would Cotton, Sea Island, 6,641 the removal from <>u'r midst of one HI kind and gei palp, befwe the Court Ikime door in the city of Tidlaba .
bale, at ;65, : ee, on the first Monday in Mai-cH. 1657.; the f I-.1I
431,665 00
that the eenlous for the of f
made and
then proposition so prosperity
seem, by crous ns a mum B LAC K8MIT HING !
Cotton Yarn, 742 bales I losing described property t > wit : T i oftlu N E J. I be pleased to see ticir tneodt
at /he Church.
the City Council' has been more than feeminpltj I 11natrd ...fS.cV. J of the N W 4, of St-c 4, S E }l of theN and patron at the old*Un>Iof-D.II Amo ,
836 bale RESOLVED, That vhile we worship on ground -
acceded to by the General Assembly," Cotton per 25,712 00 br the deceased and iu a Church built mainly firm of BROKAW t \V J, of Sec 4. W 1 i'ftheS \V i of Sec 4. N K i where they will iesp a full 'rjJ generil

and that it" has the first clement of contract Osnaburgs, 87-hales by his efforts, we would < ratefiilh bear him in memory THE having been dissolved of the S W 1 of Sec 4, all in Towiuij, 1, Range 1, I aortdentofArticIu apperta'i: to tfeirue

i i.i it," to-wit : *4 an agreement made in one at $55 per bales, 4\7ft5 00 nnd would alco tender to his afflicted widow and the uud(rsiiti6es his South ard East: and claiming 32u acres more or less. 01 business 1>. it. ****- .-*

form," a mutnnl )bargain, voluntary, and Hides, dry, 56 Imlcs, 8100 faiuily our dp sympathy in this their sore bereave old customers and the ptiblic generally, that he has Letied upon as the property of said tlcfen-lants. iL LIVELY.

\\ithout force or fraud and therefore including I per Iale> i,600 00 ment.RisozVED.. I made nrrnngtmentsvilh D. C. Wilson, by which betakes and, to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri fucias according January 1. 1556. .1 v -. "-

bsna; Hides, dry, 6,7t 5. itt $2 TiO"ch That H blank page in the minute book the b bop formerly w oc-upi-d: bv him, under the to law. II. T. BLOCKER, Sheriff. :
aa assent, given frJc"In be dedicated to his name. flrei of Yet 7.1S57. 6-4w "IdLESSTOiLDE

the strictest sense, as appears from what : 16,962 00 I I RFSULVED, That a copy of the c Resolutions be .

has: IK-CM tinted, tile vtrv circumstance Leather, rolls of, 16, at 830 published and sent t<> the) family f>f the deceased. H B Fitts & Co., Burning Fluid ALIBI IX -

\rhich, according' to B," invalidwtVs the per roll, -ISO 00 W. II EPPE.S, Chainnnii.V. air! i? now prepare 1 to txecute all work done 'n A .SUPERIOR QtJ.LITY.jtist received and ;
I Oil Rosin I "\ 0. ticir hue c.f business \iz OK DRUGS lithTh
conttnct complies with the arknoulrdgrdml 1171. at 87Pr Secretary. : sale bv AMES A LIVELY. ,

bbl., 8,197 00 JIone Shoring, Ironing and lieC 21/1857] 5
in morals, ns invjaw, that wlialeivr is ex- --- -- -- --'-- -- OILS

peeled by one party, end )Imnrn: to l>c so ex- Oil, Ilosin, ca ke, 14, at 835 At a mwtinEf of the Students of the West FuiiWt | pairing Carriages and lh'q. jff('\ MEDICINES,

each, 4PO 06I Seminary, held in the College Building on Tuesday i" gics. I'lala'ion work of (fcvery Trustee's Sale.
i>fti "l by ihr o'.hcr, if to Lr deemed a par' or i "VCfOULD inform their frfends arid lie _nIbTt.ti.
tatb of L. SAUNDEKShaving
the 10th inst.the li W.
erudition of the confrc f. But are the pnitiosin I Skins Doer, bal -g of, 54, atj morniug been annoonced in appropriate terms, on intion <> description, i (U'NDEUand by virtue of the power hi trte ve tt-d T 'i they hare c'n hand a good Msortment ofiue

ile!: prt-iiiibi s capable of contr.ii.linn i II j 825 p-r bale, 1,350 00 LAWRENCE ANDERSON was called t<. the Mill irn.i and rtpairing same, IroninglVa.- \ of"triwt, executed by RicbaidT. l irrlu articles as are generally kept in their line ofbu.m.

incline* t j the j-ot-ition chat the i'lty C'tiunil [ Skins, Deer No. 1562, at 25 Chair and N. BrrLKft appointed Secrelary.! goius find Carts, tt and tkud the first day of Sep't ember. 1849, and and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Thu

cents each, 390 50i On mr>tif the Hon. J. VTa\les B-iker, terms shall be reasonable.
I ha\e stultified tbrinw Ives, but vtiaighunsij dated 19th ISSG.ilirecliugtba execution of said Tallahassee April 9th 1863K..
i Turpentine bbs.! the chair, consisting ol Mes-rs. Robertson, Havwaul Iron nnd Steel all "f which -WAREINT.. and pledge April
>:it ihe re-collection thit that body j is composed I ; Spirit, and Woodward to draft resululions exprei siug the our'eh to execute at tl.e bl.ortest n tieo.U. trust, I will sell for cash, at Tnllahauec on the first "- "

of ientlnnen remaikaMe) fur inttlli.T.MICO I i 3,515, at 616 per bbl. 5624000i wishes of the meeting1 and after retiring fur a few U. HITS. Monday of March. 1857. the third part, Lt-ing a>i undivided MEDICAL NOTICE.DrS. .

end rajiable ;.u all respects[ of making i Turpentine, crude, bbls.! 31, luoniputs reported the following: Feb. 14, 1817. 7-ly interest of wid Bircbett in following lands
i at 82 50 lull 77 50 has in his all- i eitnated in the County of Madison viz:
contract/, Yet, \\itli this ndinisvnn, he per WntEEAS, It pleased Almighty God. Tay1or&iiweU
n and
Section 15, Township 11. Range 10, South
Tar and Pitch bbls. 434 Wise Providence, to remoie from this world our friend
tluir to nuke the contract in | at Notice. )[ fcfnjed ieo-p.rth.mWp.TetT.rtSsir .
ienis capaciU and W. L. SAUNDERS whose virtues I East ; North half of Section Township 11, Runse HAVI5)J -
<3'jttlion. "The City Council: j imd ,;.. tight I 2,50 per bbl., 1,085 00j and companion demeanor were so marked and unexceptionable rI MIE undersigned has made amusements with IIJL I It). South and Eaat ; Northeast quarter of Section 13. the puWio of T llah M.i, and it* via.

i' Fi-ll: or comoy av. ay the piopeity <>f the i j Tallow, bbU 11, at 825 per as to endear him to all his associates : AND WHFEE- B. 1'itls to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop I Township 11, Range 9, South and Kut; North half cm.ty.Tallali3. -
bid. and and solicits for the firm the of Section 1, 11. 9 S & E South hf ,fe, Auj. l 3,18B8. S2 Sentr'y
in such Jf the City i !i75 00 AS, We, entertaining for him tbe Tvaniiest friendship hand's new patronoge I Tmnehip Range ;
i-itv any s1n&triry way. of his eld customer D. C. WILSON.Feb. I and Northeast quarter of Section S6. Township 8.
| Tobacco. Leaf of and while living and that he is
cases regard now n'> longer
Council hold 'a p wt-r i-f attorm-x and 2SOO, at 8125 ea<.> 350,000 00 reckoned amid cur number, will cherish his memory 14, 1857. 7lyAchilfihistratOr's I Range 8, South and East ; and the West half an i Dr. Mil H. Nash, ;,
have pel f""Hind an act not specified in Leconunission j per do unanimously adopt the following resolutions ns n Snuthwf qr.-.rterof Section 15,Township 8, Range
| VatnUh, bbls. of 11 20 I ov1zjs HIS 8eiONALIiEKVICU $ TO rae CITUX9 Or
) B occupies Ftroug ""mood. per token of our feelings towards our deceased fellow Sale. 10, South and! East, con'a'niu in all 2000 aers. u
bbl 220:; ooW'ti. : Also lots Nos. 1 1. 29, SO, North half County quarter I rALLAJ.sSza Acb sUaaolN! Dn'GOOVcTaT.
hi5evs in accordance with the student
Cut iue; : virtue of nn order obtniuod from the Hon. J. nnd lute Nos. 50.<> 67, South half County with Dr. M. NajhiimiueJiat.1i'atoftb.
Lees; bbls. of 16 BY quarter
1 tl of at 1. Rifiou, That in the de'tth of W. L.S IU.VDEKSwe OFFICE
de.iinn5 to r municipil Circuit Courts of
% powers Wa>K-' BIlker, Jude of the situated in tie Couut> of Leon.D .
ctrjKrationM ir, ate they functioned by the [ 850 per' bbl., 800 00 hae }lof t a kind and affectiouate friend ; the Institution tbe'Middle! Circuit of Florida. I will offe- for sale fit I I P. IIOOUE. Trustee. May 19 1855. 20,
Wool, hales of, 50, at 860 an industrious, intelligent aud docile btniienl ; Bellrille. Hamilton county, Fla, on the firstSnturdjvin ] J.iruir
fails in the ease I I ?hg Ik-veto a :;i, 1557.; 5-Sw.
exjiit-ss his friend and relives ofvhom 1 be
(>oe they
per bal, 3,510 00 March next,A part of the real estate (,James S. MEDICAL N OTICE/
respectful diibcnt. Without i presuming to proud; society one who was destined to be n n' bo! .
deceased wit
said 160
I ; Bell, late of county to : nrri'sof
eater at large anon the dis-cussion of the citizen and the State a youth of more than ordinary land known as lot No 2, in section No 7, and lot

Conner of these question, 1 would m rely Tola! t'fetimatrdalnc of ExI1" capacities to reflect credit, in future, on her name and No 6. in ectton No G, nil in Town hip No 2, Range I HE ubsciibcr, en and after the let dfV of Fehru- DR. BVBBOVGSSi

state that the piiuciple jiivwhed underwent nerv I! '**, 82,607,701 00i position.. n.: North and Last. Terms of sale made known ontho riwry of tie present year, will confine his business located in Tallahassee offers his
2. Rr-dOLvun That while Lhu tribute t"
we pay a i MATILDA BELL Admt'x.Feb entirely the
.' day. upon services
3tin\ in iu which r to public. Office ppoilDr .
: thorough Mr> a oa-e our dai'y'! companion, we are not unmindful of the I !
1457. Iw
cttb. Barnard'
the City Council of ( hailr&lon was a paitv !i STATEMENTi virtues of another late friend and fellow student, vht yitem Drug Store. '

and in which thiir li iht to Mibjciil
( his Groceries without for them, are
will find and elcoine in I paying
{:"500,000 to aid !ii the construction of a rail- : of?I Domestic growth and manufacture* cr hearts. The ever came a of\arm ALEXANDER II. UOGUE place will I weeks after date I --lull apply to the Hon. informed that (heir accounts will be placed in the Dr. N. 0. McDONALDrr3IOXTICELLO

: r.r..d in TfinicsM'f was uestitneJ. Objections | CTjortcd from the port of Tampa, Fla., be long cherished in our kindest recollection. FOUR of Probate, of Jeffi rsoo county, for an order hands of a lawve'f' for collection before next ntum i '
pti-ciM-'ly hiinHjii to those raised 1y"B' j during the year ending 3lsl Dec., 1856Conzricr. S. RESOLVED. That as a token of respect| for the le- and decree for the pale of the following decribedla day. R. H.: BERRY ] FLA. !

in tic preinUcs.. were made, but wereverrnit'l ceaied, a suitable badge of mourning be tacked Upon > d, belonging to the estate James R. Tucker,.deceased I Auctioneer and Coiu. Merchant. TTTILL attend with awiduous car*, all ca ei. an-

And without inarrogmrr the entrance door of the College for thirty day*. tf.-wit: The W $ of the N E i of See 9, and I January_ 31. JS57. 6Carriage T T trusted to him.
l Lv the Cuit. Cotton; .S, JM ba'es, i 77f at 4. RESOLVED. That a copy of these resolutions be the E i of the N W i of Sec 9. all in Township 1, of I I .. I Office adjoining that of Col. Dilwcrtli.

tending : I hn\e no hesitation in | 805 per bale. $18,005 00 sent to the family of the deceased, and a copy to the Range* TT and E. al'o the S E i of Sec 30, Town- Shop March 22. I851. 12-ly

. tf1it ntiug. tIt if the case ill question fclunildiver I, Cattle Het-f, 340, 81.r each 5,100 00 city papers with a request that they be initrted in ship 82, Range 5, N and E. containing 320 seres !
be JMnyjht into the Couit*. of this State, Cedar Ilei! feet their next 1t18UC3. more or les*. To be si i for the payment of the del tsof rPHE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to iufonn the R..H..BERRY
j logs
-1,800, JL citizens Tallahassee and vincinity that l be has I ,
a like decision! wnj be made, if it be made- to | -10 cts. per foot, f 1,920 00I On motion, the meeting L. ANDERSON adjourned. Chairman.N. naij estate.. WM. IL WARE, ? I opened a Carri 'ge Shop in this plaeX for the purpose Auctioneer and Commission .

appear that the contract vith the Lrgisl-ture I Cabbages. Xo. 500, 20 cents BUTLER, Secretary. SMITH PIMKINS, f Allflt rs.Fdi. of doing all kinds of work usually done in an e tab-

for iho JnCJlion ot the SviiimaryV.-st of the each" 100 00 14. 'st. 7-4wNotice bment of the sort and th.it he is prepared to do MERCHANT. .

Suwjuie1 it t Trll.i5.a--c-e! w.is entered intoby Deer Skins! .bales 32 $30i GOOD WORK. at.d! at the shortc notice. All those TALLAHASSEE, Fla, Sept.29,1855. 39
I who wish Murk dtn'ie in a manner that will not fail to
the City CoMncil for lhbrnt-fit of the i each, 900 00 / give satisfaction, wi.uld do well to rive him a rail "
city and w th tin* kuo\\ledg nod consent of Fish, bbls., I 145, 86 per hbl., 870 00 On Thursday evening, the 5th int., by Dr. David 4 L"L persons having tieinauda aga'n< tbt- estate ff bcfr.re trying elsewhere. WM. KUHNS.j JOHN R. LLOYD ,

the citizen Now, hat nr" the fids upon (1 Hides, d.y, 1757, 52 50 vnch1.392 00i L. White at the re-dence of R. C. Lester Eq., Mr* JJohn T. Clark late of Jefferson county, dfe j January 17. 1857. 3-Jf u.at1cx1Joc3'

this point J In" tinh'ifct place, the naked Lumber THOMAS W. JONES to Mis SERENA E. LES ceased will take notice that they must present tbni ------ A N
rnucd. feet DCOMMISSION
i pine, to the undersfgned duly authenticated within the tui' I Notice.I : -a

quettiou WMS subtniited to the citiro' s ol I 35.000, 81.:-> per 1000. 52500Lumber. TER. .- --, ____ prescribed "by law orll.M notice will be plead in bar MERCIIMT a
'I'allithat&ee wlutljt-r 01 n<,t th''V woull I submit Oak, J>i\rfeet, 5- ., -4 : of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to said I S months after date the underoLjned u ill prpnt tfjjtt

to taxation for the e lablit>hinei t of :i free 300, GO 1000. 3,150 00 ] Ui' estate are ber. y notified, to iruka immediate piynicnt : ( hH accounts tiU'l Tocchere to the'Julgo ff Probate TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I
per i for the county ofOad-Jen and ask for a final
fccLool. Tlie bcitttit in piopfct, lot the Molasses, blls., of, :350, emI Departed this life on the morning of ihe let inLtin to th* uu'kroi.ri.ai.JOSHUA; TAYLOR, Admtr.I I -"i-ttltraeut Hnd i-charge!; from tie arlmim'atratorsbip I July 19. 185c. 29-ly ,

mode of government, wi6 the isu upon i pobbl.., 3,500 00 I j the Kty t-f Tnllaha-see. Florida. FLETCHER I Fib 14/57. 7-Sw ( of the csUte of V.'m. P. Kirkina. late of paid county "

nbich P. S. Ya'ker, E-q, was elected Moss, bales of, 5. 815 deceased. THOMAS! H. SCOTT. A.Iiwt'r.! S. S. KNIGHT .
per WHITAKER, sou of the late Geu. Eli n. Wl lUker ,
Mayor; and, I may &dvl, that the edific1 ; bal*, 75 00 r Notice.SIX 24. 57. 4-6m AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION
in the 8ith year of bis age. -- -- ---- MERCHANT

which has been eiecl"d is an enduring mnnutnent Otter Skins, 3 pks, 820 ech. 00 00 With much ngictiln we record our loss in the I nioiitbx after ulate, I will present to the Hen ; Notice. TALLAHASSEE

of his driotion to tho best iutereoU of Palmetto Logs. 300, 81 each, 300 00 Court of Leon county, my accounts and I I iLORIDA.
death of InC st nuiiablo and umvtra.tily beloved wecka after date I shall
tlic- -community, as it is a nurit substantial Potatoes bbls 75 $2 50 vouchers ns Administrator of the estate of Matthew I S apply to the lion. September !, 1865, 05 .
per Trained I Judge of Probate, for the of Hamilton fur
coirectly by relyiors parentshe wa ccrnty -
exempt Alien deceased and the time
evidence of ihe!, of his ftllowritih J. at same apply for n
co oj-eration i bU.. 1S7 50 letter of administration the "
f om the preVuiiig! : vices of jontb, and early in life final discharge from the lot ther administration of aid I on estate ofVzu. Howell, i WILLIAM SCOTT, .
in thu inaink'naiice the piinciples S' 2ar. hhd%, of 308, at f 60I estate.- It 0. ALLEN. late of saLt couotv nfoieaaid Jfctaset1.
of which he was the icpresfntative. Again, I I each, 18,480 00 bccninc a Christian and united iu the fellowship cf' Feb. 11, '57. 7-6m ALEXANDER BELL.Jan. I ATTORNEY 11' % ;
the Methodist Protestant Church. A few iln n after 54. 57 4-6w
during the ''Miit.istratlon of Thomas Hay- Sugar, bbls., 5. at 620 each, JOO 00 MOTTICELLO, FL.

ward, Esq., an offer timilar to that which hab 4 I Wood, cords, 1010, at $3 50 I his attack, it was impresbTd on his irjnl thai he I Notice.SIX .. --- -- July! 30,1853. SO tljaaK1CUAUD '
would not and prajed fervently to his Heavenly Lookatth.is ,

been made by the present Ma\or tvad made !i per cord, 3,535 00i wks from th first publication of this notice, .

to the Legislature, sustained by a very strong i Total estimated value of Exports Father to make his way clear. So.'n lAi prayer chall apply to the Ju'ge] of Probate cf Len HO TE LOVERS AND BREEDERS OF FINE I --- ..T. B1RCI1ETT.- cis.atzs w._nowiq___.__

memorial, presented by Medicus Long, E>q., $61,289 50i was answered and he called iijion ns to frinjr the c.>unty, fof lettfis '>f administration on the estate of STOCK-now isth* time to make your JACK. I BIRCHETT & HQWsfSS?

by and with the knowledge and consent of : praises of God. lie then took Lid relations pren-ut Elizabeth Oati, deceased, late of> Leon countv.S. for Wishing sale to reduce my stock I otTer four o t of five ATTORNEYS AT LAW k ACE5TSA'O. foE cthi
I 1 S. KNIGHT.Feb. ; two native yotmg Jacks bred from fine
S the citizens generally. If there was any The Correspondence with General Sf by the band, embraced, kissed and bid them farewell, :14, '57. 7-6w I stock, and four feet, S to 4 inches high, at $40f ; the <29O, Seventh !lrcct,

counter action or reniouitrance on the part and requested them to bid all his relations, ciranec- I other 4 feet 6 or 6 inches .high, at $5uO ; each five WASHINGTON CITY.

of any, B can show it from the record.If .- i \'Ar1INGTON, Feb 4.-Th* correspondence thIns and friendb adieu. He then turned to his wife* For Sale. I I ears old. practice before the Court of Claimsaad
the between Gen. Scott and Secretary affectionate farewell. Three very superior,laree-fine, imported SpinisH I WILL claims
City Council on that occasion did embraced and bid her an Seeing I before Congress and Uw ycral -
Dims, of the War Department, is spicy. __: lIE Tavern stand now occupied by JACKS one 4 feet 7 iuche high and 5 j ears old at
what they had no right to do, it is passing the pervauts standing around, he took them by Oapt. Keadlti, in the town of Quincy. I *700; one -4 feet 10 inches high, 4 years old,at ?1000 ; Departmeuta. *
Datis under da'e of July 26th 1855 char i July 28.1835. SOA.
fctrango :Lit the question was not raised the hand and bid then farewell, giung them gooJndtue I Ii i i1 f..r sale. on reasomble terms. I ts Incaticn I the other 5 feet high 2 years old, at f I5iK> Sti there

at the very next election for Mayor, and that ges Scctt with the exhibition of peevish tem for a Tavf-rn. fur which purpose it lu\s is high Jack low Jack. and you can make the ginieI PERRY AMAKSJH
been Uot'1 by him and others is most conveinerit f..r awl ,
I by coming purcnasiug without dtlay. A irajority I
BR" voice was not heard above the warofdements" per. much bhall iuii I ira
We to think how we
grieve securing th<> largest amount of trnrel. fronting iminediirtely I of them be
Scott Under date of July 30lh, that can been my plantation on Lake AT7'AYLI&w;
in f.tvor of reni1itIg t the bchoOl says from among us, but we have every reason to believe nu the main street by which the Noithciuutaire I Jackson, ten miles North of Tallahassee on the Meridian

under the govcriiiiit of the city. Further, enough has been done to warrant more than our loss is eternal giiin. entctd the town. Fr tinns apply toH.MUSE I roa-1, till about the 2Uth March, after that they TALLAHASSEE.FLA. .

luring the pendency of the bill before the A suspicion thai Davis considered it his 'pecial '.His flesh will dumber, in th<> pound I Quiuoy.Eeb. wi'l be sent Noilh or WcbL "VVM. A. CAKR. May 21, 1853. Q' .
late minion bv npeated aggressions on Scotfs ( 7. 1857. 6-8wNew I Jan. 24, '&'. 4-2m "
Legislature when it was generally k own Till the last trumj>et'p joyful scund; I EDWARD 31. WESTAltonicy ,
-- -
him into ------ --- -
that the very otTer now so much complained rights to gor.d some perilous attitude Then burst the chain with sweet surpri.e,

of had been made to the Legislature, why did of official oppoMlion. If he i j to be crushed, And in his Saviour's image rise" Drug Store at Centreville.B. Notice.A and Counsellor at Lavr,

B of he prefers it to be done at the hands of military bis N. Gardner & Co person having demands against the estate of
residence in Mon'icello
the advocate
as frit-nd and city government DIED, at December ,, ..iRobert M. Edgerton, late of Oadsden county I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,

hold his peace although single p"ers.Davis 16th, 1856, Col. JAMES R. TUCKER, in the 52nd HAVE on bund n good assortment, and will be I deceased, will take notice that they must present I April 5,156. u

broadside from him might have 'sent the in an unofficial note cf August 2d, yenr of his age In the midst of", life, we are in receiving a fine supply DRUGS, them to the undersigned duly authenticated viithm I

whole concern.to Davy Jones' locker !".- says : Your accusation which charges me death." which th y will sell on at good term as can be I the time prescribed by law,"or this notice will be FLOYD &

What e\iJence is there record that the with usurpation for most unworthy ends, and bought in the county. plead iu bar of their recovery ; and all persons indebted HOLLAND

administration of Mr. upon with reference to itnputr motives inconsistent with official integrity DIED on the 7lh February, 1857, STEPHEN Centrcville, Feb. 7. '57. 6-4t I to aid estate are hereby notified to make immediate Attorneys at Law.

the Eppes that of Mr. : is considered ba ely malevolent, and MILTURN formerly of North Carolina but for many payment to the undersigned. TT7"ILL practice b the Circuit Courts cf MiddleT
Seminary, any more than pronounced utterly false. years a resident x>f this State.Tallahassee Two Thousand Dollars C. M EDOERTON. AdmtV., per T and West Florida, and in the Supreme Court
Haywaid or"Mr. Vi4ker] has not been sustained .. WANTED, either Ladies or Gentlemen. S. B. Lovr, Atty, tc. of the State. Also in the District Court of the United '
by the community I The truth is the Scott, August 6th, says he shall (real allDavis' MarketCOTTON. AGENTS: town and county in the United State, January 24,1857. 4SwNOtice. States, in the Northern District of Florida.

He communications as equally official.M .- in business which thor R.J.FLOYD, Office ApalacLiwla Fk
very reverse of what B imagines. to engage a genteel by can ,
2Iys, As by a vote of the people'it was established There are beauties in ihein which onght not .-FIB. IS,1857.-The Bales this week a male from cue thousand to two thousand dollars a D. P. HOLLAND, Offi, QnJ T.,Ik.
school then should have to be lost, and it shall not be my fault if I do mounting to 628 bales, sold at the following price: I year. Fur particulars, address, enclosing stamp, I LL persons indebted tc Solomon Stlln, a? administrator Dec. 22,1855. 1
a city so not render in this correnpondence 50 at 8. 50 at.p. 150 at 10. 100 at 10J. 150 at 10J. 8. A. DEAVEY A CO, A of the estate of J. Wrtfbr, deceased
been a like rote f change it iotojfi.State Institution. your at at 11 20 at 11-. 'ILLUM bILWO1tTU
<> memorable lie shunned 50 11. 50 } b at 12J. Box 151, Philadelphia Pa. A ill please call and settle, er toe claiirs will be sued 8* ,
." Mr. Editor has it to as an example to by SEA ISLAXD.-100 bales sold at 18 to 25. Market '
Why, come I Feb 7, 57. 6 I forthwith. Persona indebted to me individually are and
this, that, in order to ascertain the sentiment .your successors. more acdre. requested also to make immediate payment Attorney Counsellor at Law,

of the community upon any question no other Davis, Sept. 7th, Ears Scott'n threat Is the HEIR
method exists zat ? tint of submitting it "in a merest bravado in one who affords the most -- CHARLESTON, S C WILL practice in the CourU of the Middle 0 r-

formal in IB there memorable example on record in thts department and Thou. and
manner writing no significance Urtos. Lowodee Cotmtr.Oa
HERALD Keeno will
jip master
brig ,
of a vain controversialist and a false ftf&HpHE "IUST received assortment March 22. 1856.
in the re-clect.ionof Mr. Hay ward I j ralg JL follow Brig Times for above port. Those a every variety 12-l7T _

a iid of Me Eppes after having atiempied such accuser exposed. PORT OF ST.ARRIVED. M4RKS. I having cotton to ship will do well to hurry it forward. S end' of figured.color and Bordering quality to, suit Window-Papering allMcDOUGALL plain LONG & GALBIUITH
Scott next leave of absence to Col. ,
'itn unconscionable bargain" as "B" regards grants For freight or pasiaga apply to '

the transfer of the Seminary t, 1 insist, Hitchcock nndereizcnmstances not approved D. LADD, New Port.Feb. Nov. 15,1856. 46 A HOBBY. %TT0UEY3 AT LAW,,TjiiAHAssiB, Fur.M .

fir that the 'citizens of Tallahassee have by the Department, and refutes to comply Feb. 6. Brig Suwannee, Sherman Now York. 7, '57. 6 / --WS0 J. B. Ofl.BRAflIjjj,
7. Sch,. W. R. Pettis, Wilson, N. Orleans.IN the
with an order of the Department to revoke ATeacher1Tli0 Ia practice ef Law. The1
acted in this matter and that it is .
already nol the leave of absence. PORT, New Books. wiLl attend the OoarU in the Midd'e' .Ciredttb. Snezne -
> an question whether or not they baa bad several years experience in teach- Court DUtrk
nger open Cgtst
Barks Asa Fish, Wolfe Frances, Secor, King. received, a large assortment of of-tb. ThIt.4
The endorsed the this
President for
reason T of and JUST otates -
of the Whether therefore T lug, n graduate Emory Henry College at L'llilt.s..
approve ,. ,
Brigs G. T. Ward, Fish, Baltic, Hooper. Sabine, Books- comprising
as unsatisfactory. Davis recommended the Va, and who will furnish a good recomuieodfltioo Of.ce opposite the Hooiie.
the powertroT corporations or the facts in The Walker, Herald, Keeno, East, Hepburn, Suwannee, from the President of said College wishes a situationin Standard Works, Prose, Poetry and Ho October Coatt '
removal of the of the to 28. 1854.
case, he coufldered itj*. plain that the City head-quarters army )Hberman.Scbrs. some Institution, Academy or High School. mances, with all the recent publications: jy
Washington. J. Vail, Dellano, Montrose, Winslow, W. R. Bancroft's and Uddretb's United States.Motley's .
Council havd jdone .no.war* than they had a Tboee desiring to employ will state the nature of
right U> do, aDd4 enc that they were cnpa- Then follows a lengthy tirade of abusive Pettis, Wilson. the situation, health. r. A. w.TALLAHASSIV.

from Scott. J. M. DAVIS, Wentworth, N. Ca,
tie of with the fir PR&CTIDGDETIZT '
contracting, Legislature Allison's Continuation of the 'History of F
the establishment'of: the Semioary. Davis, Dec. 2Othtakezrip some of Scott's Notice as soon practicable. 5th and 6th volumes. jrone ,
Feb.767. FLORIDA. ;
In uhat remains to be s.aid'iL, will still further money dealings','nnd.charges him with meanness I HEREBY give notice that on the last Saturday of -_ ._--i- t _J-_ ,6j n 1 T. ._ Abbott's and Scott's Napoleon Boor parU- Theirs December S7118&*. '
vd&ihAytwrereiieiibavM minors, in taking what the law did not allow him February, 1857, there willjbe a meeting of then Masters Sale. French Revolution; Gibbon a Rome; Hume audMa- 52, .
appear .while n)lexico. Stockholders of the Jefferson Southern Rights Manufacturing cauley's England 3rd and 4th ,i9mef Roihlu's An

.1 Scott replies January charging Davis Company, at the Factory pear Montieello,for BY 1frmne of a decree of bis Honor J. Wayles Ba dent History; ThtVF1.eec ; Bo'uta'. work. ; ;Jfe P. P. ISWBfnoticetohifiK
EJflLOCOI4WRN." the purpose of electing five Trustees to manage the ) Jpdge of the Middle Circuit Court, in Chan rrescotti }Ferdinana .Isabella, Maico, Peru}
*v"T O <- wirh-contiimdd recklessness of character: John Martin and John Fhiup UK). 2nd.and p.- : '
_: business .of said company for the ensuing fear. 'eery whertjin complainant dfiscellaneduA* Ruaseli's Modern
..? ; ;:t -- Davis! February 29, says he has no intention WM. DENHAM, Sec'y.- T. K. 8eTa'geMaHl)4 8. Savage,his wife,and Boiling' I Europe; Hallani" Historical ,Writ's; The Worka of ("M-.xR TR. i.ft'iettbat bE W'Do'v lnpiu.e. f

1Iewpapqi. A sIg' to force Scott into n dueL :No disability Feb. 14.,'67.. 7 Baker, Trustee, are defendants will,-sell at public hint B1cOU, Addi n. OoUsmith, irving, ScotU : lit lZ the tt:
-- for cash before the Court House the Diekena Life I 7' ; IU4rS .i.TWlthOite&i: .
outcry, in Irving's of
'r7iugaephcki Hugctht .Jar making I of age,* or plea of conscientious1 cruples, Just Eeceived city of Tallahassee, on' the first-Monday doors in.March') ingtoo end .EdieysWashingtos3 Washington,Cbs.mbS Si Miss p&m by the aid of a local application *tW eonftuWtt

$ Etizftt5r 'dotie, 'can be admitted *shield" 'a ,slanderer! ..frtomrrebqWi next between tue tours of sale,throe negro slave. 10nn .n* irtUalftMrfttl Mti.-
,,, .": From,New. TiorV per "Swannee&. HuOH4iIcHa, Jr.futrJan. 1fltary st71. ; faflyj. zuOe41. *&* of
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of 1 1ort .. 1 tsm re .
l jr coa&5'tbth following r Jtonpotary SeV Gntt*. Peretiar rMcfituUi
Scott again retorted. j 1 E BBLS. Crashed Sagar,. ; 1 U7 : h :a I Btturevtoursentde' U'cow3t.4f the worn with comfort, iuiI'.i.tili-tbe Gu.n, ftflI
'Tt1iitt iiasitj.i14tcs340 Davis March 20lh.Wpiied at-length,' and .! Lv 1 ,be tHollandOin ,: I PP4 .4tI-bIfefl5dOe

hereai; Jn.PhilIe1jihf -Scott agaitf-retorjed.compassiotrate-tennil 1 JanakaRum: .. S. ;OAEDEN SEEDS! Trot4 thefrwitL'tent. .with a Mfr and I' t1tbesbt1Mpi

Hjf jaaktfj x lfej-if-jpa are i ill anj"1, The last !? &CfriKDoW M y &fyto .. -. .e 2 2 "'. jnencan" Gin,, .vI _.t en&. '

: UI wiilockytliat -VOQ- wjll pusirit with jMoqo jgwhicb.j io s.ib has as >egard: --T u7'old: of cendeandwc RoWetMW. .) LJ..W.-----senbneej! _. ----tL
-t-; -
.. MsiL't. 'a.
e\c ''KferjaUr Eliri entMprife $cot'subus,; arid gratified to lie' mlevoui-I xp".* + a'i: t. ..- I I r---- --. ,* I #.., .
4.'i -
....;: 4I 'I i'.Lt ; 1.4 ,,.
rDef 1;/jUaijr.tof k'bl.J ) : ieJS. '- + *_ .ae4 jQ5Q5fl'h. 9-A
I *tarkvd enmE'mingthe &..bole.cetim ino efl1et4rel r ; P' 'r s r' i- *., I
rtekIger.4b .. thst ia .. .- i8. i,1c : RE8H GAIDEN SEDI 4
nw 1cis hh'ssd. **
& 2t: .' .7 V.L. L and
Cold1 C1IIU18 &De
J S j.Ilu D jj A I I wlft it1i el ebpe 1te Jw ptainVisitl; Fe4vbhPee; ,;te Forty two J lTawfijdftrV'fcidri'--*

1dtiafet1h14 .;; y->-.;jrv"V'yj"nrff' | tTft1i I lag and Pliyfajf Cards; LwjgertvoonnvH, 'Dav-j tlati'd oo the estb dWy of April l&KWfci-\m, uui '
ktu ber Joteflded, justified fcnvdjftj I such earlyor.SSnu 70 article it unless to
:bnly mnk s'Ti as onr I Books, Records and Pasi-Boos.n3d ererj pay compelled GJ so bylaw.

..' :atn.ILty.u; ism. '4ih be acen bj piotiaths pa i'A Wbatsoflrer-w oujj'tbat' For 40Bbls.FmnyTloir.tale far CASH that you may .eurq I usually fousd !is our bu roess. WILLIAM n. TUBE'Sli.Jan. ..
?i1(n tlui-J 1 d-j trite ; ei. do cu ro to to Ihcrn." R. u riERRY Nor.lK. 4 j Feb. ,
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:: L forrecng the i -:NEWCGODL 1Y'- TO 'TH&PUBUIO.I ." V. "1I11p tl lif"'tO"lf ie eePr ; THOMAS luTE., Dr$. )EOL3tE8CBLr4 tlD V

Marine Hospital at St. Marks, DO CERTIFY in the J I'1854.. I vbitcdDr. FARMERS'AND FRVlT GROWERS 11 /TAXUPACttJfUSK 'cf Copper ,and Sheet !nmiVl :

1. KLORIDA.t JOHN EMTOEIOUS W.Mnseley's Infirmary at Griffiu. Oa, M tW -0- .Ware, and dealer 1 in all kind of Flaito anal Faa- TERMIFtrOEAS:
parT.oEe of obtninftifT relief of a rainful and di. n. :
tery Tin Wares, take pleasure In Informing the e<1* .
,trMstot* CAXCCB of the'BOM and eve.* My nn e was Arthur'fl Patent AirflghtG&K9.f ey Tallahassee and the aorronodingcootitry, that be? I. S *
TUA17&T Dtrziiiri. i. MERCHANT TAILOR, all entirely gone befi re I vUtled thft Doctor beside wait all that wish Whim t-tntOile LIVER PILLS.Tw
W tote. 27. 1854. Maic Clethlb a ul rat OD' .ultacn'o JPROPOSAtJS J Dealer In Ready lD. very .deep_ on my my iu hi. line of business. He also tender his thanks ,
will hs received at this department *,,. I am hnppy and prr>cd "to My that Dr. Mosey tltntrr V: '. This article "extenively i and the bribe of tJae beat Pr .
Goods. tn his friends public eeoerally very pru aM r
Gfntlcclcn's tb
th dav of Fe-brtlrtm A. b.. ltd?. at Farttlshlnr tM relieve me. and bad it not been for my having to' used in the East and) Nttrlhrrn Stateseason." liberal with which he baa heretofore been *A* .

It D'doCk.flLN. f"f the coftltrtiCUm( or the marine --- 11 ..-- expose myself t.o very extreme cuM, bad weather I will be introduced tn the cti7.ns of Tallahassee and favored pnlronaee and be that a continuation .ftb. MID

t boopital antfiortte.1 to be ererted at St. Marks n< rida. I am now receiving my Fall and Winter sup. do believe that I wonld have had IK return of the snrroutuiin country by the undersigned who has row will be irrantedhim.N-pe They are not recommended
the anJ discI \isltrd! the Doctor a second time and be the exclusive n'ght'to manufacture in this rineiuity for
nccvT'limT! to plans pecifieations preparedat band full "f aa
Cloths on a
He will keep
of 'astirnrrett constantly
ibis department; _pH 1 "'"', to n* either fnr p Vesting, $c., oj relieved me tg"ill, send M far as the Tarintis leportsabiut the coming aenstm. It 5 ill only nevcsary to call 1 and sorts of Ware usually kent in an establishment of his as Universal

thp whole rmilifiir''' aepnratc for the! different kind Colon Slyle! and Quality the D. i-t( LV"s juriiir{ fir failing to r..tieYOle., examine these :iinicle and the revnmmendntJons of line of hurimvs A full assortment ofSheet In o.

r: o! work t Wll, .,f pnrcelinn t in every .cr nccmipiinv Ecry) they are pcJti. ity} fuW. As regards Dr. Moseley' r .tlie persons who have used them to be continced that Sheet L ad! Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc. Cistera Pumps, Cure-alls but simply for

ef-h lil l : with; the ain-nnt .each lin 1 f.f w.vV. tfiiich I prepds&i to make in the most skill in the Trealirrat of Canc yx, I know of uo PLy. the arc the best most s'mple and economical article and ; otLwr artielci too uuincrou to men ,
and tin t..tlmnnt rarrie; l out ; th! departnT-tit re am up jicinn in the w<.t 1,1 that I wonld sooner rely OQ than for the ptirj'wij'f' ever .
; '\ing thr ":It t.> rej: : -y bpfc.bt' T any p.trt tbcrrof win-nit d.emsthef to any in the Southern States ; and I am happy tony slightest risk of failure. ,.
htt'r''t .- tl e Uiiitetl :tt.s.rHj-nrr* it : tf-e! dfpi.trrtnos AND REASONABLE TERMS. that I f.iund him to be a perfect gentleman nr Pureha-vrs are supplied with a circular containing Hoofing, Cluttering Copper and Tin Cowluctin!
.1 1m'flt al1' the rtr it t" exMn' ?Ie th. bid of any ALSOA Philanthropist and adise all persons afflicted with full and rrliable! directions lor putt injr up fruits I I"ipes
: -n ." |v.rnis irl I., here i is ja t cnnw tn Wirte LAROB AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Cunctrr to visit the DdcroK as soon n* possible and and tomntsM' in these Cans placing the whole prnm. I work.auau-like manner awl styli, and uftL..I..t mtcrial VERMIFUGE, for
1w-re nnd reasonable term
have their health restored. RANSOM within the reach of on shortest notice most
will n,.t ihHfn'Iv! pfrf -nn the CI'fItnct.l'rwI11t.hth..TM"f' COOPER. conveniently every housekeeper.
attempted t .'.t"in indirection.; and all bids READY-MADE CLOTHING, Rome._ August 30th. 1855. A I larpc snnplv of these Cans will b< constantly kept Having been engaged for the last eight i II arsin expelling Worms from

.. wb Ti th re &'1R1 itU p.rtie. in intrr whdo n join Consisting of e rment suitable for winter wear, t 3? Mr. Ransom! Coopor ri!,ned the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply' themselves>shnnKI business at this place he thinks it unnecessary! u"rf'gard.to recommend -

in ihe W I Is. and nil I hi; '! hit.. upi" rnvctigatkin. are such a* Cloaks.every Talmas. Coats.'es. Pants ic, Ac, pre.euce. THOMAS PERRY, Post Master. apply immediately n? the fruit SCIIMHI vnearnt linnd. himself any further to the public time he the human system has
his 'ltel1RlIi but at the same ,
lur'ow fair for the work.Biih Rome August 30th, 1805. All CAIIS sold ore nmi'e by the nixlpr>?CTied and war capabilities ns a
a pnce which will be di ed of at low
prices. wtrk aid
po rantfflllfp. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him with a call. good been
wi 1 not be redivrd in ?nx!. and nn contract Also a large lot of Plain ami.I Fancy Shirt*. Collar also administered
( : iiI! he nw.tnl.tl t a bi.ler unless details are fur- Undershirts.'. !. Cravat. SockH"iprv.. 4c, tc. Awful$ Ca'n of <'n irer Ctu.... May 31, HS8. 22 cheap prices. I known
removed from the old stau furmeily
'i-; nilie.l 1 the (kpirtt: .t the pricesf the different These desiring a thorough cm-fit 'will consult their Tins is to certify that Col. S. II. Harris. of Crawford as Having White A Slusw-r, lieiil be found nt hi* stand corner with the most satisfactory

kinf: work arni m.:tt"rialj1. which shall! be subj, ct own interest by giving mia call as all the above articles county came to m. in the year 1861.with a Cancer Piano Fortes. (.f 200 foot street where he will be glad t tu wait

S to the revi-t wi elr the deptrtment. so that it may opt have been selected with great carp and with a t'li his (chin of fourteen yours standing,the chin- : an prepared to furnish PianoFortes on all !his friend THoMAS WHITE. results to various animals
interest of them
tic? ,t'b .1. or ptrt "'ftiM. as spt-cial \iew to theiradaplatiow to this. market. bone and sahval 1 glands had all become much ,1'TE
very of the very best quality D..c. 1,1855.. 43WILLIAM
United States nwy r-qniie. October 38. 18U. ly-42 disett'cd. and his nniMitntion nearly ruined ilr. Harris liberal subject to Worms.
the most terms. ------ ----- -
of the "nnt of work cl.m. IIn,1 upon
; : Ninety p T rent had l been under the treatment fcf emiivnt
Toa'cri1 delivered acc-rditi t.i contract pri '. ("" .1.1nm" them many They are second to none in any country either as i PTSLUSSER,
a phYti'ituall,1 ninonjj was the great Dr. Siiepart to (r price. The LIVER PILLS for
b ascrrtnrd by the estimate of nn a.ent A. B. CLARKE quality .
& '1"t to < ]. of Charleston and also' tl.e celebrated Dr. Marshall ,
}.very Instrument will be warranted. Ta11nhassee F1.a.
l r.sr that purpose.) will : ,
nf the depArrmvnt.ppoi"t of Itaron. who treated his case twice witbout
..l' K pniJ from time t" Um*. as the w.-rk pgres ,andt IS now receiving bis Fall and Winter Stock of removing the disC'a." He finally went to Dr. Mar February3.l65 6. MILES.SII 8 A CO. MAMIKACTOBKK OF COPFKR.TINluo.v AcD SJlF.XT the cure of LIVER COM
> *nt. in..l11"tiltht"l completion cof the con suitable farMEMS' shall. he informed the third"time; '
n per Goods ns flu o. and he refused \ ARt:, ,\rJlOL.: \LE AXP RETAIL
tract. and aceepUM-e ,-f the work it by the agent to do anything more for him. S>on after that time PLAINT, all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -
f.tf..t J. k".1 6."C..it iIl t1.. event of nonfufilC. ] WEAK Harris limrd of ihe many wonderful cures tlmt I Qu.in.in.e.J DEALER PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANMUWAKE.

'mt'-1t .t 'J"ltrrt' consisting in part of French and English Cloth.. Cani- had made, nnd vi ited mc at Giiffln. ns a last resort. UST received 600 Otcea Sttlph Qtiiniii :. SICK HEADACHE
.' irt "itl I. awawM 1 onlv t.t master bin\der* ineres and Wstiogr of all colors, and of the best qnuI. I commenced tn-ntinjj bis case, and iu fir weeks the Fuss lira 11(1, together with a n-at. variety Stove lIetd.qulu1'rlASPLENDIl

ail m'fln iio* nil the a '*i. niel t hereof. .-xcept by itv. whih) be is prepared to manufacture to order cu Cnncvr vra all removed, and the sure nenrlv healed. of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. assortment Cuok'mg. Parlor &C.Purchasers.

3 c..not.nt4.th-"errry oftbe Treasury: will be a the most reasonable terms and in the most This: ca-c wis serii and witne<,'d by 1.0;. Uinn five April g. 1856. 14 :*, trimmed itb oeatueas
I ? forfeiture f Ih} same. hundred persons. I hnv the Cancer now in my will
FASHIONABLE MANNER posseMion. and durability, nt reduced prices. pleasebe
xcl h propo-al nnwt bo ftcro;psn'exl! 1 by R written "'id any person can see it b\ calling nt niv. of Olive Oil.

I i fi-ir.ntce. fi. ne-1) br two rJiw>:,.ibe! persons, (ccrtinc Toge'bcr with a general assortment of See. in in Griffin.! This cnse was \vitiu-6Acd, by SUPERIOR article for Table twc. Jest re Out Door Work. particular ask for

I i: I ti be M bv the TTnit*d States district judje or READY-MADE CLOTHING 1 HUM AS JONES. of (Iriffie.D. A ceivedby AMES & LIVELY. Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads: Guttering. Copper to
n'tornev cf the"said (litiiet.iu i the "!im of*5.000 f..r .-. J. I n. )MARTIN and Tin Conducting Pipe's, Sheet Lrarf. Shti
that will fav.. with stock of Clothing pn15. S66. 14 Dr. C.
1 rahly HIIV McLane's
..f >p.-rti"iiite' Rinount, if for coinp-ire Cictein
the 'h'h I trotlc. or K pn E. W. WILSON, --- Zinc. Lead Pipes, Pattnt Pumps. bhopncrkof
exhibited for s.11e! this consi ,
that tt.e MJ l Itot trtIL wheti requirwl. if hi* ever in city. lini; of ., Flower Jars. dim at short notice.
anv p-irt. F. CIinNSHAW, 'I every variety
Fine Black and Colors! Cloth nnd Frock lclltts. brated
;:; sah be aeceptetl. enter into ci-ntrnct and h..n.l. I do c.riirtblt myself. mid, otheia of thispl.ioo. ; and Country Ittcrchnms VERMIFUGE and
pi p. Fancy Cftssimerc and Be.iver Frock a: d Business many; A LARGE a'sortinent of Flower Jars, various Si- City
I with proper and *ufficifnt, securities for iu f.uU.fii! Con's, WIT -j <. wit iesos ti.. the above slated case, / re'. Just received nnd for au bvAMES'4 Are respectfully! invited to give me a call l befoie j';rr LIVER PILLS
.. t performate. nod that Mr. ihrris left perfectly well. LIVELY. prepared by
certificate will be fur- D 3 i n-l < required
Ft-rm of b"> an S.irk Surtouts. "A. II. II ATT ON. April =. lFi5'. ]34PzOV.StoSpbi.ty 3" N. R- All! articles msnufactoed from the vfybebt

I ..he.On "ppl mtion.v'nnl the depwrtmeut. be Ra llu"" Black and Fancy Doetkiu and Cal imere, Griffin May. 14, 1S52. material and warranted durable.! No otbrr sitile 6. t V
*t : Finns. ?peciliCAti. working drawing can 1'ants, at last. will be offered for sale. Jlt'\\\\\\n QJ.\.o .
to> the dp irtment.yt .
bd..n I
fl application'tJ,11 6ec0n'Wrr J *..*' it fn'ly cempiitsi Relit Grenadine. Barathea. Satin and Cloth Vest, To thn A01icl-d oT all Condition -rrv DnI S. Flour October 20, 1855. 42 C

{1 ;:-j i i* all.i il* Jefailt seth the rtqtiirtmtnts oflli'n adttr- F. ncf Velvet C..uirncn: Silk an-1 Cashmere da. :I Jo certify that I was most horribly afflicted with i iJ S Casks Huron Sides and SWU1d I! SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts.
tr tj"fI'. .1 Cancer on my upp:'r lip, which (Mused me pain. in 2 Duffield's Hams,
The proposa's most If ent to this department addressed Gvnts' Shawl Dressing Robe*. F.ue; Si/nti, Silk.: irM-ribnhle. After trying the skill of all the most 10 Bbls. Mew Pork. I NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. .1 burgh Pa. and take

to the Secretary c.f the Treasury, sn-1 plainly Cotton and Merino Under &.irt.. '././if flf Phyiiici.ns that I could hear of f and tliRt 2 Lard aud 10 kegs do. ACCUMULATED CAnTAl. 4 .?].'.(Jl'.OCoO. no
J/iwmr Cauto Flannel and Jeans Drawers w ihout relief. I cave case as hopeless, nnd. as 4 Molawes. 20 do. Rectified Wbjckey, I
L enJorsed Pr"p9nl for Pie Itutpitai up my ff"HIS Company i issue policies on the lives ifJL other as there are various
i: : St JrllrkFi..,," and will be opened at one o'clock -.1 LSO- I I thouijlit. with death st: rint; me m the f cc. But (ur. 10 Sugar. 4 do. French Bifcuit. For ale White persons for one or more vears. .>r for th* ,
: the last dav nnmei for reeivin the '"IDf'. Ioil..telv? fi-r me. I heard of Dr. "'. R. Moscley'a great by McNAUGHT, ORMOND CO. I
p m of whole period of life, OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM.Dividends I. other
A ewrai assortment of and Black Silk and '
? Fancy IIl'CIISS'I:1 2Vov. preparations now
the treatment of this and 8. 56. 45
: JAMES GUTHRIE. disease as a last ..
t declared to tie insured on icie' i issued
Satin Stocks. Ties and Cravats. Collars colored and I '
of the Treasury.Jox rl's trt I placed myself under his treatment and in one
Secretary white Kid and Silk G1"v .. Buck and Lisle Tinead for life. I before the
857."w ( t month from the time he comni ned, I was perlectlvtutinJ. India Rubter Belting.V public purporting -
: f 10. 1 do_ Ladies Gauntlet. superior Linen C!.bric find : and Live been BO ever since. LARGE SUPPLY India Rubber Be1tin ..ofr "ii PUNT FtttMAX Actuary.Mora:* FRAMCUS, Prea't I, ,

t : A HOMESTEAD FOR $10 Silk Hiftdkerchirfc. Brown and Fancy Cotton. L1eThread ELIZABETH JI n S. two three rmd four ply. warranted fully equal |2P Applications received iu Talahr.ise! by I to be Vermifuge
and Marino i Hose, I Butts ("cntGa.., May{ 27, 1846.llorrlbl to Leather! ami 75 percent cheaper; iu f.ict con,idered January 13, Ib5u. B. C. LEWIS. I
Ml?. and
SECOND mnsiox. Liver Pills. All
by those who have tried tbfin superior to Le.tth |
October IS 1S56. 42
5 $310.OOO worth Farms & Building Lots, (> Case of Cancer Cured, of11 sizes, from 4 to 14 inches wide. coatantly AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE. CO. i

.t THE GOLD REGION OF CL'LPKPPER FALL TYTTTJ.TNERY.MES. BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY. M. D. II on hnnd by D. LADD. I CAPITAL.tS'jO.lOO.rT I others, in comparisonwith

V IS COUNTY. VIRGINIA t,> bs divided amnujst 1 I do certify th.it I was for many years bodily nQic- y..wpf.r'. O.-llS. 1656. 42 undel'lgned.gl'.nt the above Compant, I

lO.Sl.'O eubscribcrs, on the ISth of April. 1857. Sub- DAVIS has opened ant will he re ted with Cancer on my LIp and Chin I tried all the I Town Property for Sale. I JL will receive applications fur and make insurance Dr. MCLANE'S, are

,: criptiinw nlT ten dollar ea-h ; one La'f lowrt.. the \'ir by express throu ljout the aeagoa, the I remedies I c. uM! h.ar of but found; no relitI finally aainctloes by Fire. on Brick and Fran- Building

t,. rest on the tlrlivrry: of the DEED. Evrry eubsrnber litest and tncst fhionaWe ttvlt-s of heard of Dr. W. It. M-is-ley's great 8ucci- in' the THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow- Furniture,Merchandize,tc. 0 worthless.

will '-t a Building Lt or a r'rm, ranging in va'cefron'SlO PARIS MILLINERY t tieatmentf: Cancer aflcct ions, and visited him bt decribetl I 1 property known nlJ the Jra U Lot. i January 19.1356. S B. C. LEWIS.
:, to ?25.0fKi. Iliese Farms and L',ts are I Griffin; and in the course of fix weeks he had the Cancer I 1 vix : I/.uNo.. 3. :'5. 27. :30. 48. 140. 141. 142. The GENUINEMCLanC'SVermifuge

; E.ld so cheap t" mdace settlement, a sufficient number JUbbons, Flowers and Ffathcrs; nlsaa rick selettionf I all removed. I would 8lhi"e i all tint are afflicted f 144. 226' 227. 235. 2SV .2tO. 241 242. 243, 244. 143'1 Notice-
4 being reserved the increase in the value of which '., Dress Triinminc?, with a variety <>f Dress nnd I with the disease. tal viit him ail have their health I 248 24 G. 250. 252. 253. 254. 256. 257. 268, 268, V a/id Liver

will compensate for the apparent low price now 1 1Jakt"d. Cloak Pattern Bjnnt-is, Dres 'I Administrator tl.e
i1e.. made to order. B-mnrts blearhed, voucher on -state fHuaU I
prtsstrd skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern Si.iUa.: Pills be had
) McLean ti.e 1I..n. E. C. L.v.Ju of now at
O. t- ,
and altred. Order from the I > je
called *haj>r8 cmizetrvfaitbfuly Cherokee Co, So. EMANUEL DOM ING AS.RtrERKNCEa .
I Pioneer A company AMwMI3ti'fl.: of wtUers." is now f..n lillg The aad Rappalssnnock will: corarnrnce I and promptly filled. TIle lJ\Jit'5-lt Tidllhassee I -Dr. J. D. Marlin, Griffin On.; Dr.-J. Lots Nos. 1, !, S, 4, *, fi, 7, in S. Ccan'y, qr.A Probate. rur Oodsden C unty. f..r aiinal settlement I ail

t, t and are solicited to call and examine Harris L. O- and apply for a disi-harfje thercfr.m.ALEXANDE1 respectable Drug
: a settlement] in the 'spriru Ample cecuriu vicinity ; Y. M.! Pu"tct, count v, Texas; Grecr Bishop
I-I will I lj given for the faithful perfumance of coatracuaaJ : at the house known as Mn.OrarJ.: *, opposite the Griffin Ga.ScfrrftLl, Lots X"*. 4. 12. 13. 15. 16. 22, 25, 39, 40, 43. 61 E. GREGORY Admtr.July I Stores.
.imi-f Epi.copal Church Morrro street. I j 02. in the South i County quarter. I 28. 1S56. 2S6mCircular !
r pr
JgT M.re Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers. Nov. 1 44Administrator's }I Brri can be Cured. The above described'prl'perty f,rmtr1.r.eJnnged I Wines Syrups &t. FLEMING BRO'S
i ,
14 to wb'.ui the most lheral; inducements will be LET T'HE PUBLIC READ tr Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, I ,

pv.n. Some Agent write that they are making i Notice. i\ IK mercy to the afflicted and the gratitude and high which will be liberal. apply to A.Perry Amaker, E q, I OLD Ot.ird Brandy, Sparkling Cidtr 60 WOOD ST., PrrrBBURon, PA.
$2'K) per nv ntn. Advert sing will be done for every i SIX months after date! I will present t. the Hon. Prc. j opinion; I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeon Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. I Port Old rVrt Jute. Sole Proprietors.

: Asfnit where ps!ible. For full particulare Sub- i i.cril Coutt of Gadiden county my nccount hiij I and Physician. I deem it my duty mention the caae CHARLES P. MANNING. I Madeira Brandy CLprii,

::1 ) -,,. Agencie & Apply to I vouchers a* administrator de boo A rum of the tate :j of my wife. li"|'it>g at the same time tbat nil personssimihirly Until sold, the above property will be for r -nt. Sherry, Sardicrs. j 6COVIL.IMKAD.Jfo. .
RI Caroline: Co. Va. James Poindextrr. deoeaaKi. Lob l at the time : A. PERRY A J\liFR.: Sparkling Gelatine. Fret rv Qnincro Orl .
" E. BAL'DER. Port 'al. I same [ affiit-ted may be Wueb'tted by it In the I 11 1. Charters St. New -' '
. S Tallahassee Flo.J.iu fir final! from the further ndn ini tr i itionofsaiJ February: 16, 1856. 7-lf Flavoring Extracts, Piars. State to
Or to R. VT. WHITE Agent" 1 apply a discharge first p-ift of this yeai. my wife had ">ral .mallluD1} Tarnaiu-1 General Wholesale agent f-r the Southern ,
L Yeast Powders .
1 7;"57. 3 j wtate. HUDSON MUSE. Ui make their in her Itreant ; they) continued whom all ordeis tc Quiucy JII. 17, '57. 36mNotice increase appearance in size until the whulu hrea&t became Cod Liver Oil. I Spanish Olive, R.ic..8., Sold by Acnes .t Livrh. E. Barnard. Jr, JirsJTn

Fairbank's Ferry I j a ci!casejvi.*.
I iiuce, ,
beet ineiikal! aid in the city of Home xnd not, ith- Clark d Co. t RUl htnn'". Qui, .v; Gardner Mills. Newport ; W. T. CarpeoterACt. --
Ocl.-ckllee River the Geor-
coil the nrar i English Mustard Caper,
For ale by AMES 4 LIVELY ., VTaiV: mh 1)(1Ct".t} Pt-pe. Harttann
SITUATED the and .ithful \ ;
" ." fcn now chartered and well tabliehed ; 2'(.l having anew : ST.T late ..fJetTerwrIounty "iMjcaceil. i skilful phsiciakShe to grow worse anti AMES t LIVELY. r.ttrtl1i.
W. Rogers ct Co.. Chattal"N che :-
*L and excellent Ferry B' at lit f't wide and fifty .iJ: take mlicf that they must p!""f>nt thc-m to the i n.I\'j"e.1 worse until they gave I was the case aIvia-.i! up)sa incurable of and Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. January 6, I85. on. Mananna Nicholson J Zi !er.D. flaii.kittge. 0;.
I fret long; b4ng competently and con"t.ntly attended, undersiiid 1 duly! authenticated within the time pre- amputation. by mllliY my
I 11..tCu.iYII..
II Dickiiis-ju. Bahibridge ;. E. ieiiGa. .
friends t' tsit DR. W. R. MOSELEY of Oriffiu. OIL -A A Of' the most approved LANIER CORN
rrthi & Saws. -
the und i'lIetJ"uhl peftully! il.ftorm all who scrilitd by law notice will be plead in l bar elr Upright
I which I dM I. nnd. astonishing as it seem, hf had 1 Uv MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. Tbcse I .
wish to crurfl the Rivrr that tliy can cross at Fairbanks their recovery ; and all persons indebted to sid estate Welch. Circular
& CO. and GrifTcth Saws
t' firr entirely ..r-I ,t.h", oie month I and,;-t ill nnr Mills have been for some time in use through this re HOE i Jo'"hnl'lry 23. 1656. 8ly.8..xI:1.o3
awl make
c Ferry at all tim"l with ease! safety whetb are hereby to immediate paymentto :
h. bo I in ;", i'oi''A .'/ ] ou'.d! ,itdvit Jill! wlio are afflicted ci.n niid lower part of Georgia and give pt'rft't't.nt 46. 43 and 52 iuch sizes, on hand and for I
cr tile water is high or w.HARRISON' I utdrrsigte'1. sale D. LAUD) cb Livoe1y'j
FAIR:3.\ K. : JAMES SEVERS A-la-.fr. with ciniiu", oii J Cancerous affections to visit the iefactipn grinding with caseJO bushels and the rise by

JIm. n.':.-. S Jan. 4,'5'7.48w Ii Doctf-r without del.t. ns I am satisfied 1 by experi.ceIL1.a in the due, with l less than the ordinary gin power applied I New Port So\. .1S'i5. 44 :, FLORIDA
olm-rvati'-n.! that he is the skillful it. The maker furnUhes hand I
I most pli\t.ic.nn to II to put it up; Wholesale and Retail Dealer In tciJ
Shoes Kerseys Linseys and Blan in the Southern States in the treatment of that horrible and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call Circular Saw Mill Agency.
: Notice.ALL i I I dueaeL-Cancer. and examine them at D. LADD'S. TilE undereiened has the aeency for the aisle? ol 1 1:1 DRUGS AND MEDICINES.: i

kets. WILLIAM H.MITCHELL April 21.1855. 16 Hemck's Improved Circular Saw liJll.'' .
pf-ntoi hiriiuf tlemsnds! nzninst the **tate of Perfumery Dyestuff 311'1if'lJ In trum-nti .
.I, B. Tucker late of Jtffersro Cou:>ty. de 1 A AHA YARDS aa'ort! J Kerseys and Ga I M. E.: MITCHKLL.DautjhlirtfJ. consisting of three sizes for 42. 48 a.52) ort iuch Spice*. lIuff.Tia..lo.., 0 lass. Pain'*,

teal.- I. ,'i; take :.lice th-it th-y must prrSKot them X\/5UUv/*. : If. Biadiuiy Home, Gn. Notice. .I Saws These Circulars are decidedly the best in me, Oil. Vaiibhe Putty Manufactured Tobacco

to the tin !erU''e,l duly r.uthnticatrd within the, time l.OirtJ) yards Woe.l and Cotton and Wool! Linse,.. R., JC, Gd. October 25. Ib51. V having several improvements over the Page" or any aid Glass Wjre. Patent Medk-ine.
or' l.WX) mixed iufJ "hite : months after date. I hall present rny final ac- other Patent in use. The cost is about ?300, $Z5O. Wins
.. '-ril>c 1 I.y !.". tbi notice will>e plead in hsr r"ir" crey Blankets SIX Fii.e S'Jftps. Fin Tooth. Pure ant Brandies
: of ihfir re"v Tc ; anj a'.l: p.-nkms mdei.ted lo said I 1,1 iOn pair Russet Bropann. O.A. iii: and vouchers to the Hon.Judge Probate j and $450 for various izea. according to extra carihige, I and Hair !Bmshe. f'r 'f'innI.l'ulI.-' .

't, eta!. ire )'er. bv notified to inake iniracJitterne.nt payt : With Wool Hats. naburps. and such like articles ALL .n* that aic de..irtlUII..r avaiKnc them- of Gadsd I'ouniy.; as executor of Richard Curnochao tc.: For further particulars apply to Paint Bniehe. Fancy Article!
per" Ittte of So. Ca, dt t"led. and ask for
io tL? ui dismission from ftiiniinfctration of said
I. n. WAPH. ) D. LADD. his INFIRMAR V, BROADWAY, GRIFFIN.0 EOR. my- JAMES E. BETTNER.estate. Newport. FIs, November 3. lb.15. 44 They have recently receive a Ja't SMITH SIMKINS.Adnirs.f XewpnrL Oft. IS. 18.rC.; 42 I --- of variety pf aitioTts rcrlFekept!
G I IA. October 18. T 6. 42 NOTICE" niP} ." every rydiutrir.Ht
!"n ocn.t.J! n. 3.1857. l-8w Patients bairded at $1 per day. or $16 per month. *. Planters and Phytiri.i.e will ;Ilr \. f ndat
I I'l"Il
Livery and Sale Stable. FEES in all cases to be agrFed upon before under and Hearth SIX rurnths after date the nnder -igned aiiniinlr.v: this esiahlithirwit a.full MI pi ]Jy of.\"efJ thing; needed ,

Carriages Buggies, and Harness, K und'-rsurned i taken. No case will be received into this tstabli b. Drugget, Carpeting : on the estate of James Holilerncus. deceased, and on the mott liberal tm f

P. B. tice. that he inlIlo-k I meLt unless it i ilS l believed on examination that it can Rugs. late of Leon county, will file her account and vouchers Orders from the Country promp'yofilled and.at.f c-

kU Kor.Salc by Brokajr.bcribtr _ chn ed the Liver !be cxirrtl. or admit ol r.-li.! All cases rejected will FINE LOT Brussels two and three Wool and apply to the Judge of Piobnt of Leon county thin guaranteed with regard both prices aod quait -

L1E fJ ha juft received nvrry William il Newcom.in Tallahassee! together with the ', invariably. be charged 5. for examination and advice.All A Carpeting. Also, a few pieces Wool and Ply Cottondo. for a discharge from said Kiwinit11ratiun. Physician's scriptim*ar,fnlly rorr j oiW.'cf.
I. l"rire uppy! of Carriage good will of Ihe etnbli.hment, and thai he is now letter-", to entitle them t. notice, must enclosea ., and fine Hearth and ELIZABETH HOLDEKNESS Admfr. Also. Eppme's compound fluid Extract of EucLo
_- _-Bii.'goi. arvl Ham.. which he offers prepared to carry on the business in all its branche-, I' "stamp" for the paj ment of postage and be directed at Rug Drugget, for D. LADl tale rHit Nov. 8. 16:6. 4560Administrators Jan 5. 18816
for sale the most reasonable terra. and the with I
on promises p-'bic good accommodations to W. R. MOSELEY. M. D.,
r"C"etuLt-r IS. 1t5t. 46 io his lice OA reasonable terms. Gnffin. OcOC"' !Ne.-po.t.OcL 18. 1656. 42 Notice. State of Georgia:

Daniel T. LaU. AU.ut'r, 4c. I J n..nul Circuilt N. B-J Ame. T. Herring RICHARD my duly SAUNDERS.authorized I February 23, 18:!; ly-8 Executor's Notice. SIX inoaihs after date shall present my accounts In Richmond County Sifferior Court-Qd r

V Court. vouchers to cbs Hon. Judge of Probate f' her Term 1850
h n. r ,
: agent and has entire control of the business representing I mnjiilj after date. I will present to the Hon.
Sarah C. Grander ct aL ) In Chaneery. me as fully as if I was personally present. MILES NASH & CO. SIX Court of Gad drn county my account Leon County as the administrator of the estate of R. James L. Knight and

IT appearing t' the sitUfaetiun i.fthe Court in tVis RICHARD SAUNDER3.S'p. I| Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &0.JeST and vouchers as executor of the est-to of Johu W. S. Hay ward,deceased and as K for a final discharge Martin J. Ku'ght.; (his

*"-*-. that U'altt-r Grai."c-r. TTillll Ornnzcr nrd 6. 1856. 35 recrived from Now York per bark R.II. Gam. Malone deceased ind tit the same time apply for a from said administration.THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r. wife) Comphinuu.ta

the hnr nt clllliiton (rInt'r. .'eci'a cd, dcfentlanU a ecnrral assortment of articles in our line, final dischaigu from the further administration of paid r.. In Equity. Bill for Di-
I in hip' *l'',. statfl en ii>.>. tei>fe lioyrnd the Dissolution of Co-Partnership. such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Fluio, estate. THOMAS MUNR'E. I July 26. 1859. 506mORANGE I Abner P. Robertson.Ex- \" .Account and Relief:

L littiitg of )Flori,la, to wit : in tr Stte of Alabama' ro paitnershin heretofore exist ing between John White Lead Zinc and other paints. Window Glass of Quincy. October 11. 1856. 41- m V SPRING 'I ecutor of the Will of

c. tlitt the <>r linary prm- n* of|It\\ cannot be served upon THE Bro.me and Libert Heir in the weiphin-j. slors best qnaliiy Putty. Bruohen. Potash. Soda. Sparkling Martha M. Pacdec'd, V
-I th'tn: It it .sr.I..I 1 that said cau. be .et fur heat- Gelatin Lxnidon Mustard. French Brandy Male & Female Seminar and others defendant
e r.nd selling eottou business i ill this (lay di*lvedbv (very best) Georgia Military Institute
.- I inz _n the first Monday in April out; an>l that eaidlrfen mutual mnsent. BROOME & HEIR.At f..r medicinal pnrpwrr. Spi tl. Pepper. Lemon Syrup, situation of this Institution is at one of the TT appearing to the Court that the Defendant.John

; >LinU d.! appear and plra.l. answer or demur, :;-..* 14, 1851.New U Inks.Quinine. Peruvian Knrk. Fluid Extract Bucho.Ac SJCu2LDFLIE3Tuj. ., GAI rpHE JL finest Sulphur Springs in the (untrv. and is Unsurpassed .L Burch, and John Kennedy and Eliza L. Kennedy
In that time oilierwise said cause will be tried m A,. and a trent'ulAolJIlrtmpnt of Popular Patent (lii* wife) Rude out of this State, to wit : in the Stats
.w "the) f ACTS charged in sill Bill:"Provided. That first term of academic yea at this JQ. for health. It is easy of access for steamboat arid
copy Medic ne" We keep n-me but the 'very best and THE of Lousiani, and the dffrndanti. JulIO Milton
this order be published in a newspaper lit Tslla4S Co-PartnersMp hope to merit your commences on the 30th (July and and a few hours staging.The William H. Milton also reside beyond the limit of this

e*(< the space of three months next bsfore waid P.COLF ..:lvf'lbit patronage.MILES NASH, db CO. end on the 20th of December. The second term Principal with the experience of twenty years. Sute to wit: in the Statu of Florida ; On m<.'>n If

; first Monday. Done and passed' at Chambers, tbi ROBERT. a rxirlnriliip In the UiIIPP8 of March 29. 185G. 18 oonmrnces ou the 20th of February, and ends ra the and aided bit whole by a time corps to of the competent imrrovemrtit JtS! tanta.of bispapilr.The *ill devote Complainants Solicitors it i ia ordered that nA>\ Pfendant

*rd December. 1W&- weighing. stnrsge. and .Ilinsr cItron.and also to nuke 20th of July. and answer said bill i-f Ct mplau.1or -.
WAYLES BAKER,Judge. liberal advances on cottxi sent to their can Corn and Cob Crusher. Tlw amount appropriated to the Institute by the third session will commence Monday, January beft D.e inher 1 8. 1 856. 6Va: HEIR 4 COLES. Legislature of Georgia, at its last session, has been 12. 1857. For particulars R.ANDIRSONI address le NJ held-on be second Monday in A|pri I next. a> d

Anut 14. 18C6. S3 .V1 RANGER'S patent Corn and Cub Crasher I expended in erecting additional building There Piincipd. that service of this urder, upon said rtJnQt.d"i b*
India Rubber Packing. \JT have taken the Agency for the sale of these su will. therefore be accommodations at the beginningof Nov. t, 185$. 4S made by publishing the AIM in the Nsw OrlrtS

Rubber Paclinx. of all thicknwM from S- To Rheumatics & Others. ps-r.or Cob Crushers unequaled it i ia laid to any io the next terra for fifty Cadets in addition to one Picayune and the Tallahassee Floridiaa (public Gazette

INDIA i inch, constantly on hand at D. LADD. tin Co ntry. A st ck of these Cnuliers. will be on hundred nod thirty, the present number. ,Notice..ALL of said Satrs: and having 'gene cl eirculaU"Ojooee )
Newport Oct. 18, 185C. 43.P.B.B4OKAW'S.. npO JL all persons suflTtrtng from Khenm..t cConijv'amt) hand early tile coming FalL Prices v.ry If,". eon- The course of studies. and systems of instruction persons having demands against the estate of a mnnth for tour montb prior to tbe next bc1a
we offer, a positive remedy, j in Jajf&irn ohtip ei.it-ring great saving in feed. $45 $55 (6S each and discipline are modelled after the West Point plan Burgdorfif. late of Jefferson county deceased oftauCoortSTATX

Lmimrrtt. It baa bun effectual in the penlUuu.nLeare for tlirse Prices uniforn throughout the county. -tbe'PUf'J'OH being to insure to a young man a tiior- will take notice that they most present thin -
..f Chrooioaod Rhramatie diseases. lLoussnds For further particulars call mid examine fur yourselves oughly scientific and practical education to develop to undersigned duly authenticated within the time or GcoaaxJ I

Lull ilR IlL STftBUS hare no doubt been rescued from an untimely death su soon as a stock for a sample arrives. his physical strength aad to teach him to be punctual prescribed by law or this notice will be plead in,bar Richmond County f V Clerk's Offi. Superior CuorIherehyeenifythatIbsfcregoingiatruiOP -
tb of this .
by use great remedy.For D. LADD. systematic, industrious and economical in hi. hab or their V recovery ; and all persons indebted to said Van

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. sale by Druggist generallr and at Wh.1.1eand Newport. July 5. 1858. 27Administrator's its.The estaU are hereby notified make immediate payment order, which appears record t-a minutes 01-

T-HF. Retail by AMES & LIVELY. Faculty consists of six professors, (all of them to the undersigned. Superior Ooort tlii* twelfth'day el December. I.ISt-.
Tall.hsssee. May 31, 1658. 22-1 y southern uun.) The Superintendent and the Commandant to"Itth
prnprietnr.OOJd.iD.k JOHN D; REICBERT Admt'r.J. Witno.my band and tba acal of aid Oat
Notice. are graduate of the U. 8. Military Academy '
public, 24, 67. 67-8w d,j of December 1856.. -
large Brick nabltot-.t the oW stud and is now Havana Cigars,. month at West Point. -- BKNJ.: y.HJLlljCUk,
after date; I will exhibit account
prepared accommodate Li* frienda.and customer received per R. IL Gamble 6000, best qual. SIX vouchers to the Judge of Probate my of Gads- Expense, tar board. tuition fuel light and washing. ", Notice.SIX DeeemberW, 18S.. 81. __
Bet also ha attached tit hi* Stables good Blacksmith cigars. Call and try themMcDOUGALL per term ill afaiiiet, $11* 60 V
$ .where be will have have done all kind,of 4 HOBBY. den couhty.as administrator, in right of my wife. of Expenses.Surgeon fro per annm $6 _00 week after the .first publication of tU notice Turpentine ,Famtforflftle,
the of John late
uttate of said de.
Ingram county the of Probate of Leon
will to
Plautatioa work Hone shoeing sod in For further particular, or for a copy of the Regulation apply Judge
th- .best manner.aad with prmaptD and dii.vpatth. Augusts. 1850. IiWhIte5PIne ceased, and apply for a flail aettlerneut and discharge of the Inlt tl1te. apply to Col. A. V. BECKr county for letter of adaua oo -He boni ooo on FOR Sale about elaveo imdrtd Vr of V land to

'' F .very. Lumber. from the acnnmistratioa'Af said estate. Superintendent or to A.J. HAHSELL the estate of John Bwrdorif.. deceased.JOHN with a aaW1 turn and improreaiMb,aw>
f-, LEWIS JONES, AdmV.In See. cf Board of Trustee. P. RE1CHER1. will be oU at a bargain inquirt fv
: November 5.:JS5X 44 OA W FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted, mitZU right'ol' tii* fc.' De.eember6.1866.? 49-8i Jan. U, '$'. 44wCircular A. P.rot.tET.
able los C.bmst Makers Sub and Blind Makers s.pt. U. 1866 37-6m I I' -' W.1 JOEODgs--.r fO V
Mackerel and Herring. or Jpu.ra...Work. If* often such a'lot for sale Saws.WELCH'A -

...A FEW IIMA DB1S.each N, 1 Mack.el and here11C3ULTGHTORMOND: 4 CO.. '. The Union Bauk of Florida" Walter Gwynn, .

XJL .fiUrrinj. direct from the FUberies. For'uleat- V NOT; 8, 5$.. >. : 45 /f T*. '' )[LV Leon Circuit Court- OFFERS"his wrvices tope ,-'wishing to enter GRIFFITH'S' and DOE GO'S The.,..Floridian & Journal

( sjuwtat.by Smallwood V P.V Allison and V f ,In Chancery, the Th'S. Land Office,' br'loeating Land Ba'wa, {rein 42 to 54 i inches sue, eoostaatly Is TVR.DAT.P
4- t. M.HAUOUT ORUOND oo.. 'Saw.Gm.UOaSALI ntljera.1 tVVJ Warrant*;or otherwise.: H. 'will ,also'give prompt for sale at a eo ..nnssioa on manafaetnrer PVb4&I .

: :November 8. I"I. 4ft tiaWi UN of siw. TT appearing to the Cosrt.' T by i aflSdavit mad. io this .attention to such business as may be intrusted to him prieea.br D. A DO.N..port. JAMES JONES; EMTOKJ& PiorsivrotDouUaa "
above '
a liii
in either of the otlier:office* io ibo Capitol., Cbaqre: Deefl b.to.I 61
: J. the
that above named defendant mail wood VV
;.'. .- "-i .,' : Iooolf'O"BBLS. ; J? bt' eel..frlI.f je&ixo, btX rr. ,Oott.oou'- V P. Allison case, resides oat oftb.8tt..f.ThrkJa and in ..vfll b TOasonDUcorTespoodir to service*ptribrmed S__ A' T'Wtt per WUBBI..m ad.aae%
iMt b V
_a4 .ar-- .
Lime, frrth and h .'rood, fdetJ'Iat. V 'to '4I"t' ":'1YAU HOBJ A' V V the JTnhed tatt : Jl is ordered and deaei&.that tbe Being Deputy inlh State Land Office. he of eooraa. : .Fresh'Bice. S61" ADvEtri
. will make for bcsinen (in that mo.: ,
.. itncl" ,,. b.0 .. v ,".vv.J j .. .1 I : aid Soiallwood. Ahli.oadaparV; and plead or: no ehargtf DepartmentMav1't,185& "
O'f1llllUCl" ..from *
/ IOAUOH1' 01WOrD' .'. to.I, reftind;dinet" Charleston. M whole ''OM MuareorisiioeorIe a [rttu ; ; 'Th J. { answer the bJ1r. of eomplainsp?, filed- ita .thi.1igle. JUST half V .
..tNIfrmber.18b6.. (5 '. -.:" : 'ti ; : within fourmonth* from the"dote'of lhe pi'st1.su V Uerce."* l'* Rse., For. .aa1"] right by .duu IO&0
." .- .1 ..E& t fAJ ce. I V '., .to _,_ ) a.p.At : Lumber. V V : V V : D.LADD.Kawport. : ., Protesiiocxl tad Doali. Card*fe ert.i at 110 praaanou.
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