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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: March 7, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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LAWS OF FLORIDA. for the purpose of holding courts therein ns a Court House, and that tativf'of the State of Florida in Central Assembly convened> That alive of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, Teat

until said Court House is built the Courts shall be held at Abe the duties now required to be performed by the Sheriff in the collection Mary. Morino, a minor, be and she is authorized to assume the manageJrient -

I .', Spring Bluff, in said county. and assessment of taxes in the county Alachua be performedby of her own estate. ,
CHAPTER 813.-[No. 30.] SEC. 4. Bc'it further enacted That it shall:: be the duty of the an Assessor and Collector, which, : shall! be a separate and distinct Sic. 2. Be it further, enacted, That the laid Mary Mlfrrao M
Judge of Probate of &alhoan county to give notice of this act at the office from that of Sheriff In {the said county after the year 1857 ; and she is hereby empowered to contract and be ,contracted with
AN ACT to provide for: the election of a county site of Holmes county. :I time of ordering the election for county officers, as provided in the i and that an election be held at the several precincts in said countyon and all contracts entered into by her shall be as valid in haw as

: first section of this bill, and the Inspectors of saiV election ..hallmakl1 the first Monday in October, 1857, for Assessor and Collector in though she had attained the age of twenty-one years.Passed .

SECTION' I- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 1 return thereof according to law: as hf other case of election. I paid county, who, before entering upon the duties of his office, shall [ the Senate. December 6. 1866. Pawed!..be house vf R.rrrtD'
; of the. Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That SEC. <>. Bait further enacted, That the Board of Canvassers of I take the same oath and give Loud and security! as other Assessorsand tins, Dumber It, 1866. Approved December fl, 1856.]
nn t-tf! ction beheld on thf first Monday of April, in the year 1857, for I said election for county officers shall canvass the vote upon said Collectors are required to do, *nd also be entitled to receive the I

the t purpose of locating permanently the county site of Holmes Count question of removal as in other cases of election, add the Judge of I same fetfor. his said services. I
tv, and it is hereby made the duty of the Judge of Probate of saidCountv Probate shall certify the result of said election to the Board of CQi.1u. SEc 2. Be. it further enacted, That alII laws and parts of laws i
to advertise said election in the manner provided for in the ty Commissioners for said count}'. conflicting with tl\e true intent and meaning of this act be and the CHAPTER 830.-[No. 56.}

election of County Officers. SEC. 6. Be it further enacted, That so soon as said Court Houseis I same are hereby repealed. "
SEC, 2. Be it further enacted: That it shall be the duty of the built nnd ready for the reception! of the Court, tho County Commissioners Bill for the relief of Isaiah Cobb ex-Sberiff.of Santa Roi.COU &f.,
[Passed the House, December 4, 1866. Pawed the :Senate December 5, I .'
Raid
of Election, within five days after the same shall beheld p
of rsid shall l the the Clerk of the
, Inspectors certify same to
county 1850. December 11 186&
Approved
] Be it enacted t the Senate and House .
SECTION 1. by bj
and transmit to the of Probate said Countv
Judge
make out
I to I Circuit Court of said county, and from and after said certificate the I Ii
the number of their I Mire of the State of Florida in General Assembly comenedt. That
of votes cast at respective -
a statement precincts i place designated shall be the county site of said county, and tho Circuit JI ---
the of Public Accounts be add he is hereby authorized[
voted for such bite and it shall be Comptroller .
for each place its County Courts in and for said county shall thereafter be held ut said I
of the Judge of Probate within ten days after such election, I Court Ilovtse.. I to audit and allow to Isaiah Cobb, ex-Sheriff of Santa Roaa eowity .
the duty CHAPTER 822. No. 46.
-[ ] i iI elg1t two dollars and ten cents for taking the census of children in
statement of the whole number of votes given for each : ,- .
to make out a SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That all acts inconsistent with this
place voted for as suSh County site and tho place having{ the major be and the same are berth it-pealod., AN ACT to Fix and Locate the County Site of Orange county. year 1854 and 1855, as per act 1852 and 1153. .

) of the whole number of votcff gin.nl.t said election, shall be the I W HY.RJ.AS the citizens and legal voters of the county of Orange have [Passed the Senate, Dec. 4th, 1856. Pawed the Htrate of Representative,
sty Passed the Senate, December 19 1856.; Tanked. the House December
[ : CO,
County Site of said Connty. I 1856. Approved Dec 27, 156.:; ] by} vote elected and located the county !site of said county at a Dec 8th, 1855.: Approved Dee. 12, 18S6.: ]
SEC 3. Be it further enacted, That so soon ns a suitable CourtHouse i place called Orlando, said place being on section twenty-six ((26,)

and other buildings necessary for County purposes are built, township twenty-two ((22)) South, range twenty-nine ((29)) East;
at the place selected; in said County for the county site, the Courtsof : and whereas it appears that a majority of the It'gal'oters of said i
said Count shall be held there until which time it shall be the CHAPTER 81U.-[No. 45.] : counf of Orange are in furor of the county site or Court House | CHAPTER: 831,-=[No. 57.]

datv of the Sheriff of said County, under the direction of the County of said eoiihty being located at the said: place known as Orlando |
minor
ier/aty j
AN ACT to Watson Ashunt a to act as Cl tk.
Commissioners, to provide a place for holding Courts, and for the AN ACT to repeal an Act entitled IIn Act t to;rmaner.tly Locate tbe County Site Therefore; I t empower
of Hernnndo county approved Dec. 29th. 1854 and to provIde for the'raore
transaction of Count.business. within five miles of the place where central and satisfactory location of the cuunty site of said county. I SECTION: 1; Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives [ SECTION 1. PP it enacted by the Senatk and House of Representatives
the Court of said County was last held. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, 'That
Pasted the Ilouae of Representativee.Deeember5,18S6. Passed the Senate, SECTION 1. He it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives I I the next fall term of the Circuit Court for Orange county for the Watson Ashurst, a minor, be authorized to perform all the duties of

Draember[ 8. IS5It Approved, December 15, 16M! ] of the Sl&r of Florida in General Assembly convened, That I year ((1857)) eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, and the subsequent Deputy Clerk for the Connty of Duval, and thai all his! acts shall be
, an act entitled an act to permanency: locate the cotlnfy site of IIera ; terms of said! Court thereafter, shall be held at tin said place called legal and binding in law, as if the said Watson Aahurst had attained .

-----1 I It a nando county, approved December the 29th, 1854, be and the same 1 Orlando, in the said county of Orange.SEC. the age of twenty-one years.

J JCII.U'TtR is hereby repealed.SEC. i 2. Be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws inconsistent I II Passed
Parsed the Senate December 19, 1856. the House December S3.CUAFTJER .
814. No. 40. 2. Be it further enacted, That the site of said [ ;
-[ ] j county county I or conflicting herewith: be and the same are }hereby re I@66.l'pnved December 30, 1856.]
shall be permanently located by the legal voters of the county in the pealed. ia
AN ACT to repea'! an Act eutiiled an Act authorizing; a road tax in Her- manner hereinafter provided by this act.
nando, county approved Dec. ]4th, 1855. j SEC. !3. Be further enacted; That the Judge Of Probate of said [Passed the Senate, Dec. t6th, 1856. Passed the House of Representatives, I
Dee. 27th, 1856. Approved Dec. 30th, 1856.] ,
SECTION: 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Hvitsc of Rrnresens j I Ittlti county, with the Commissioners of said! county, or a majority ofthem !I .t 832.-[No. 58.]
shall select not more than two places within five miles of the I
of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That I AN ACT for (he relief of Joel \Walker, late Sheriff of Jefferson county.
centre of said said centre to be determined the I
I reputed county, ( by .
an act entitled an act authorizing ng a road tax in !liernaodo{ County, said Judge of Probate and County Commissioners! or a majority of I SECTION 1 : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives .
} CHAPTER &23.-Xu.
December 14, 1S55, b?, and the same is hereby repealed. I 41)) ] I
approved the State of Floridd in General Assembly convened That
of
them,) to he voted fer by the qualified voters of siiid county, and ,
SEC; 2. Be it further enacted, That all laws i in reference to roadsin I !i AN ACT to and amend the 4th section of act entitled
:: citizen or citizens select other places (not exceeding three) repeal an an Act authorizing tho Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to draw his war.
: before the of said net, shall be, and any may ) road tax iu llernanJo Dec 14th 1856.
existing : a county approved ,
said County, passage for dollars
the Treasurer 40.100
within five miles of the said reputed centre of said county, to bo rant on (832.40) thirty-two 'fa
remain in full force and' virtue, as though s idct had never been Ipaued. | voted for in like manner as those selected }by the said Judge of Pro- SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprescntafivcs vor of Joel Walker, and the Treasurer directed to pay the same.

j bate and County Commissioners.SEC. I of the State of Florida General Assembly convened, That [Pass.-d the House December 23, 1856.: Passed the Senate December s7.
[Passed! the Howe! of Representatives, Dec. 8lh, 1506.\ Passed the Senate, 4. Be it further enacted, That all selections made by the i the fourth section of an act authorizing a Road Tax in Hernando 1856. Approved January 21857.] ,
Die 11th 165;.*. Approved January 2d, 1S57.] I said Judge of Probate and County Commissioners, and all selections! t County) approved Dec. 14, 1855, be and the same [is] are hereby

; I made by any citizen or citizens of said county, in conformity with : repealed and annulled. -

f '. : the 3rd section of this act, shall be in writing and filed in tho office [Passed the House of Representatives, December 18, 1856. Passed the Senate -
815.-\0. 41. i ir of the Judge of Probate of said county within three mc'mitts: after the 1. December 22, 1856. Approved: December 27, I8 5.J] I CHAPTER 833.-[Xo 59.] .
CHAPTHH ] passage of this act I AN ACT to empower Arthur Macon, a.minor, to assume the management of hi"
t SEC. 5. Be it enacted That after the of three II I, own estate
further : expiration
: this State. ;
JLK ACT to amend the rend latrs- Nassau C'out.tyb
months from the passage of thict, or as soon thereafter as practicable SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives

SECTION 1. Be it cnarted by the Senate and House of Representatives I the Judge of Probate of said county) shall order an electionfor I ClI.4I'1'KK 824.-[No. 50.] of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That

of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That I the permanent location of the county) site, giving not less than AX A CT to define specifically the Duties of the Board of County Commissioners Arthur Macon, of Leon county, (a minor,) be authorized to assume
from and after the passage of this act the Road Overseers in the I. thirty days notice thereof and specifying the several places which II of Monroe county. the management of his own estate .

Count of Nassau, tluill> J ix entitled to receive one dollar! per day for have been selected, and returned to him, and the several places thus I SECTIO 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative SEC. 2. Be it further enacted That ail receurtn. boa., ot.r,6iitions
verr day they may be engaged in collecting the Road tax in said specified shall be in nomination to be voted for and none other. of the State of Florida iv Otncrul Assembly convened, That or contracts of whatsoever nature hereafter given, made or,entered
Connf\".r SEC.: fl. R" it fnr'lirr enacted, That ..lid election shall be con : hereafter the Connty Commissioners of tho county of Monroe shall, into by) him, the said Arthur Macon, shall be as valid and binding .
SEe: 2. Be if further enacted, That it shill be the, duty! of the ducted in the mairrrcr now provided by law for the election: of Son.i- after the expenses: of collection of the revenue assessed and collected in J:".- or equity ss if the same had been given, made Or enteredinto '

Judge of Probate and County Commissioners! of Nassau County, tors and Representatives: to the Legislature of this? State, and the returns I for the use of said county, cause to be }built a suitable fireproof after he had attained the age cT twenty-one years ; and he is
when settling for County purposes, to nudit and allow the above of said election shall!] be canvassed: by the Judge of Probate in building for the safe keeping of the county records, provided ?it does hereby made capable! of suing and being sued, of pleading and being1
named compensation to In- paid from the County Treasury. I' the same manner as is now provided by) law (for State elections;; and I not cost over one thousand t
SEC 3. Be it further enacted, That all laws conflicting with the I if it shall appear, upon canvassing the votes of said election, that Sr.c. 2. Be it further enacted, That after the necessary expenses [Passed the Senate, Deg I. 1856.: Passed the House, Dec. 4, 1836. Approved
provisions oi thin act be, and they lire be repealed.! I I any) one place has secured a majority of the whole vote cast, !muchplace of keeping in good repair the County Court House, Jail, schoolhouse }>fC. 11. 1856.( ]
: shall: he the permanent location of the county site of said all other fences roads
and buildings, &c.
Dec. 2SH 1S55. Passed th. Seutte, county bridges, ,
Passed the} Uouse <>t Representative! : ,
[ :; Approval Dcc..ith,1856.; ] I county ; but if no place' shall receive a majority of the holeote the balance of the revenue collected shall bo applied for County
Dvc.96th,1b56.
cast, then. it shall r>e the duty of the Judge of Probat* to order another I School purposes. ,

i I ( election, giving not less than flltecn: days notice, and to designate i SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws CHAPTER 834.-[No. 60.( ]

the two places which received the highest number of votes at i militating against (the provisions of this act he and the same are AN ACT to authorize Fitzwilliam Taylor, of Jefferson county to assume the
the previous election, which two places po designated shall be in management of his own estate. ,
CuxrrER 810.-[Xo. 42.J] hereby repealed. .
I nomination, and none other; and this election shall be conducted in .
SECTION 1. Be it enacted the Senate and House .
I [Passed) the House of Representatives, December 22, 1856. Paged the Senate by of Representatives
15 ACT to repeal tie 5'h Section of *n Act entitled na Act to Organize the like manner as the previous election, and the place receiving the! I December 26. 1856. Approved December 27, 18S6.] of the State if Florida in General Assembly convened* That
county ef Sumptcr, approved January 8tb,153. I highest number of votes at this election shall be the permanent loca Fitzwilliam B. Taylor, of Jefferson Connty, be and he is hereby authorized "

tion of the! county site of said county. I to assume the control and management of his own estate
SECTION: 1. Be it enacted by. the Senate and House of Reprrsenta Six. 7. Be it further exacted That aa soon as practicable after II and that all contracts and agreements made hereafter by tbe said

i itxs of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That of the location of said county bite, as hereinbefore provided, the County I i iI I CHAPTER 825.-[No. 51.] Fitzwilliam B. Taylor be, and the sane are hereby declared to be as'
the filth section of tin act entitled an act to organize the county Commissioners of said county shall! provide a Court House and him the would D'e he of lawful
Sumj.ter. be and the same is hereby repealed. 1 Jail, and such other improvements as are necessary for the use of I i AS1' for the letter government of Slaves in the County of Monroe.I binding upon as same were age.

:SEC:; 2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be,the duty of the the county at the place so located and until such improvements I SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Reprcsen- [Pawed the Hou is Approved January 2, 1857.
said to order au to lie held at II made shall be the- of said Commissioners I Florida in General ] e
Judge of. Probate of county ejection location are it duty) to pro- i\ Wives of the Stale of Assembly convened, That
the several l Arcincts in said cot_ t.\ on the f firs fendar in the month vide temporarily for the holding of the Circuit Courts of said county} !i from and after the passage of this act, it shall not be lawful for any

of August, fa the year one thousand eight hwRred and fifty-s ven, and for (the transaction of all county business at or as near Pierce- .! person in said County to loan or advance any slave or slaves, any

for the purpose locating a county site, and the place receiving the ville, in said cctonty, as suitable accommodations for the Court ci.n i! money or property to enable such slave or slaves to purchase his, CHAPTER 835.=[No. 61.i]
majority: of the votes of said county shall be the county site of said be procured : Provided, such place shall not be moro than three her or their freedom, or t& enable him, her or them to remain in a*
Pierceville. nominal and shall be I AN ACT to change the Names of certain persons therein named.
,, count. miles from i condition of slavery ; any person so offending
Pawed the House of RepresenUitivea. December 19tli, 1856. Passed the Senate SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That the Judge of the Southern t I liable to indictment, and on conviction thereof, shall be tined in a SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent- .
[, Dee. 23rd, 1856. Approved Det 27th, 1856.] Circuit, upon notice in writing from the County Commissioners that j sum not exceeding five hundred dollars! nor less than fifty dollars at olives of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly scanned That I
they have provided for the holding of said Court, (which notice shall I the discretion of the jury. the namo of Manuel Leon Jordan and that of May Isabella Jordan, i

state the place by some particular name,) shall make an order to be ;t [Passed the Senate, Dec. 22J, 1856.: Passed the House of Rfpreseutatm. be and arc hereby changed to teat of Manuel Leon Creipo and May
entered upon the minutes of said Court, directing tbe Clerk to remove Dee 24tb 1856. Approved Dec. 29th, 1856.J} Isabella) Crespo.

CHAPTER 817.-[No. 43.] all the records and papers of the Court to said place, and tbe I, [Passed the Senate December 18", 1858': Pawed the Hou a December 22.
terms of the Circuit Court shall be held at such place until suitable 1856. .Approved December 27, 1856.]
AK ACT to exempt the residents of Cedar Key from road duty in certain casts: buildings arc provided at the county site. .

SEC.: 9. Be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws ; CHAPTER 826No. 52.]
,WHEEEA the residents upon Cedar Keys, ki the county of Levy, conflicting with the provisions of this act be and the same are hereby ,
times in AN ACT for the reiief of Dr. George D. Fisher.
and
main land at ,
several 1 miles from the consequenceof
are repealed. CHAPTER 836.-[No. 62.) ., _
it is inconvenient for them to from the it enacted the Senate and Housz
pass Be
weather 1. by
inclement SECTION: of Representatives AN ACT to allow Wm. 3. to enter the Northwest
Perry of section tix-
quarter
main land and whereas it IS desired' that they hall [Passed the Senate December 17. 186. Passed the Hotiie/ of Represent the State of Florida in General Assembly convened That
Keys to !'" ; tires, December 20, 1866. Approved, December 27, 1856.] of teen, township ten, range twenty-two of the Common School Tf"yK
b; relieved from wo.l't ::>g on the }public roads by payment of thb Comptroller of Public Accounts be, and he is hereby authorizedto SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives F

money In lists thereof at certain timesJ J horrfore, audit and allow to Dr. George D. Fisher, twenty-six ((26.00)) dollars of the State of Florida in General; Assembly convened, That

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate avid House of Rcprcsen.tatties for his ittendancc on the Coroner's inquest at an examinationheld the Register of State Lands be and he .is hereby authorized and directed ...

of da Stale of! Florida in General Assembly convened, That CHAPTER 820.-[No. 46.] on the body of Hustes Gonzalez, in the year 1854. to sell to William S. Perry, of Alachua county, the Northwest

hereafter it shall be lawful for the residents upon Cedar Keys, in [Passed the House of Representatives December 3d. 1856. Pawed tbe Senate quarter of section sixteen, township ten,,t! }gmtttomty-two, South
Levy county, to be relieved and exempted from work upon the pub. I AN ACT to amend the Road Lw applicable to the county of Duval. December 6tb, 1856. Approved December 11,1856.] and East, belonging to the Common School Fund, at sock prteq per .

lie roads in said county which they may be summoned to perform SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rejiresentatives -, I acre as shall be determined: upon by three disinterested persons. ;, to

under the laws of the Slate, by payment to the proper officer of a of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That be appointed as hereinafter directed. .., ..
sum not more than one dollar nor less than fifty cents for each and whatever amount of road tax is hereafter assessed upon and collected Sat 2. Be it further enacted That the Register shall designate
shall sot work the road when CHAPTER 827.-[No. 53.) and appoint three disinterested ,.residing in Alachua
every day they or any of them upon from, or whatever work, labor or material shall be renderedor persona county,
summoned so to do: Provided; nttctlhcless, That they may work furnished in lieu of money for the road tax by the citizens of the AN Art fo enable Joseph M.Taylor of Hernaodo county to enter and pay for who shalt( appraise the land mentioned. in the Brat section,of tbfe act
upon Raid roads under the Slate taws, if they prefer so. to do. town of Jacksonulie, in Duval county, under the road law of said certain portions of the Common Scfcool Lands. and determine the prico at which the same shallbe sold according

[Patted the house of.ieproentatives. Dec. 8th, 185C. 1 tined- the &natt, country, shall be applied solely and exclusively to the improvementof SECTION' 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprcsentalives to the first section aforesaid, and, upon the: said W m. 8. Perry-com ,
the law in
reference the
plying'with to sales of said lands
limits of the said the lAidKegisfer
Dec 23d. 1858.] sidewalks within the
D t llth 1666. Approved the Streets and corporate
the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That shaft
of execute to him certificate of
Jacksonville under the direction of the Common Council of a purchase or .deed, as
town of Joseph M. Taylor, of Hernando county, be and he is hereby autho the c&e may be, at tho price determined upon by said appraisers.
said town. rized to enter and pay for the West half of S. E. quarter and theE f 0 ;
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Collector of Taxes for st half of S. W. quarter of the sixteenth' section in range 19, [Passed flab Senate December II, 18M. Patted the House Decembt 16".
CRAPTEa S1&-[No. 44.] all monies which he shall receive from 1856. Approved December 37,1858..l '
district shall
that pay over tbwnship 23, S. and E. of the Common School Lands, at its appraised
Site of Calbona said citizens; first deducting his legal fees therefrom/ unto the Treasurer value, under the privileges allowed by law to purchasers of .. ,
the Location of the County cOUIlty.WnEUU
AX ACT td change of the said town of Jacksonville, who shall account for the lands.
Calhoun it the Common Council of said town ; and all persons who State ....J.
of
of the citizens county, appears same to
; by petition Passed the Senate Dee 8th, i86 Passed the Home of Representative*. CnArrw" 837.: No. 63
law shall have [ -[ ,. ]
that they desire to change the Court House from Abe Spring wish to commute their road taxi as provided for by : 16, 1856. Approved D ee. 22, 1856.] ." ,; : .,'
Bluff, where the same \\'allocated br act approved January 10th, the privilege of doing so by giving notice to the raid Town Councilor Dec. -, :AN ACT to uthorix William H. Watson to ..tab1i Ji a I.iYICfOll have of the expenditure and Witbimiaoochee mere. .
184O Therefore, ftf the Officer who may superintendence t .

SECTION 1. Be il enacted lythe Senate and House of Representatives of the said fund. SECTION 1. Be it enacted Howe. of Representncened -.-
the State Florida in General Assembly conT'tlcdl.That SEC. 3. Be it further enacted., TIlst for all purposes in cUnneition CHAPTER 828.-[No. 54.] i ativcs of the State of Florida ia General Alma 9 ,.flfoat,
tf of shaH have and they are hereby with the prof feions 6f this act and to carry them out more con' .William., H Watson be and, h e k:hereby antaorited! toestabHsk: *
the citizens of Calhoun Bounty the Court lIMise power.of sajcLcoijniy from Abe veniently, the said TovJn Council shall have the same authoritytoremit AN ACT to change the name of Joshua Jesse Stafford te Joshua Jesse Sanfcrd.Szcnon Ferry across the Suwannee River sit Cofumm[ ibd alao-fcmes( ocj, ,
authorized to,remove; ; aft Of the tax imposed the citizens of said Coll bui'tb' HamHtoo .Pofot fa Ham2ton asidfeattft '
located bill 1 entitled so act to or any part upon County > u 'j1Hamiltbn .
the by a .
Bluff where ume was enacted the Sends and Hottsc ,
Spring 1. Be it by ofRepre
have had to remit the tax imposed the River
site of Calhoun county, and for to\vn.ad the County Commissioners Pojnt across Wfthlacoochee to )fadil oa Qoqntj.
the
locate permanently county I0th 1849 and to establish and upon the citizens of said county. tatives ffrom the State of'Fw: >rtatf"(tit.Cenral-Assaubly; convened, That I for and during the term of tea year fnrffl.f&e Sliaji M Tthi| aefi.
ether pa'rpo eI.. approved January enacted That all laws of I laws and after the1 paseqeof this act-'the 'name of Joshua Jesse Sac- S." B it
different in said SEC. 4. Be-it further or parts conflicting : ; furthercueele&3'ltdlha nod:Ww 9 lLWaon,
other
at or place.
permanently locate determined the same and designated any by a majority of the legal J .with the provisions of this act,be and the same are hereby Stafford/ of jMadison County, be.changed to that of Joshua .Jesse his bjrrs and 'assignsV shall at au times keep& t good JfeWferrybdSrt s. t
eoootv, to be Sanfotd-- or fiat loaded aDd 'dzo.a.hesha
to'.cross1 tra oos Joirtt"
election far officer repealed. :
voter* of &ittcounty, at the first ensuing wmnty Pawed Deediber i [Failed the Senate, DC4mb r' 1.,186t Pawed;the Haws, .of. ltepresenta.titer red'eire such rates of. wrrikg ,ai,rfjiJl .... .; bfromtoi'to ._ '
of said county after the of this actScv Pawed tb. Bow December 61866. tt', taeaalr' "
passage [ dDecember U1U
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;Dceember 3Oe.l!l PtOT ;time byiiy: : CpnntT r Jilt blip
That at said election.each voter at December 18,1866.) . ; >
etutcted 1W6
2 Be further Approved r- .
'
't; ,Count",'and, : ti'M 6 W'EBC. t&pl ut4 CotD1i1 r h.0II'I.r.1 _
I1. .
he would! 0, I' >' "'
ticket the which t .. '
his 'J :
each ifezfl declare place .'" : : 1)61-t '
precinct open .-. -. ; 'tLoW
# .r .... '." : 2. & t autcte t ba3 f iftl, 'a '''3''
prefer for: the toontj site or'said count!1, and the place receiving :' -' ... r. ... < i'' :.' \ : ,.' ,; ,'w. :iCttrarts ., I son ,shall ail f O'eatabli; (\h..aUdt"'wf t : ,ottiPassage :-'i'l." .v
the b' elf'ober"ot'vofest'aid I : election shall be the eo.ntyrite. ?: : :: : --.. ><' No M:a aACT of tnSi act then: the and ,, .,
4 d6Arr AliJ-tNcfAj / .. 'ripe. pririlcgt* g a a
.of aod remain until otherwise changed by law .. ; .' "' -" "' "' ... ,. '. 'lJW!.
: 6xc.saiaibnnty 3. 'i e,it. further: enacted.to 'I at.nm the county site of aid' .tN-dth'b ;: 'the offi .VTt*tss+raar sod Collector ftt;;;thf+.; Hof SIted'. (.:, .. to "tte1r: l&rjr. Mw&A' a' mix' 'to Wi,fAt_c4etstrtafe i the Sea ui'jtmentVf. !Wr.L' ..&re\0id.- ', .. l": 't'_ .' .. .'. ..'.\...."....t..r'l.:' ,. J....'....:"'"' .

: cttuttj .rigiii hive:been bdabfihed'by.Vote accordfcg to' tie provision. I separate! ;. io AJchf eoBatjr.", .-"- '* : '. ,_ ; .' : ,'..,own',;' ;wisp.'...JJ '- '-. -/yv .....:.:.::> T'-'', u;?;! '. [hpsed t Jioose Deeembee 11IU,1 e.., 113S.. Ptesed the. .td'I..0a.' v f ...... :.. '"
It :
Apyr4ved. Dtcetnber. ,_ } 0'. :
and .
,ball W Ai dut die of House Rtpresen- "
bfttitet,1t ( 9r County.Cei! misponera : BRSt enacted by of "-
: it'enacita; : ;the S'oii and,i ;; BRCttexIt: : j
fy Pfrrtstn.
#II'9: l?> btr1tottctx&-.a! 5e.to thf,""' Wlfnhr: n niltable ..huiWinr! r.svrrox1p 1; ? CgH I

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-- -w.c -- RTid the ircll understocd Monroe doctrine of nor.-in-I I A Difficulty In ones. Soath Florida* j jWe The American "Republican ConTentloa. yeiee

: .j sHarito c.i .f ourmil. : ;tfrf 'rnce. we take it to be entirely clear that Great The ccrretjx ndint of the Jfew York .Xtn' giving elrve in the Peninsular of the. 7th. the j rocfedings The THiun* la'the following in regard to the SunJay, Feb. JJ. 18$ .

-. -,'_-__. -' -' -- Britain has no duty and no right to interfere in en account of the difficulty between Mear Wright of a meeting of the citizens .llernanda.. j 'recent Couventionatlicwbaven, Conn. The bill- Th ttoi-t truor/in rJKeh ngea of front I LaTfevcT.'ae
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;d TALLAnkSEk : matters exclusively] .pcrt. iniog to American politics. Tennessee, and Sl.ei-m.in of Ohte, MVP, duriag Couhty, held for the purpose of considering the | i fngn >cooiDtg bet'veeii tttIiepuL1icnne'! md ,n among feietnbtn tion ,of a: legislative lody

in their character ] to i the amendment lisle Americano" ,Ia interesting-i-very We travail characterized thea of a portion of the IIon
belong
-- All things American debate on striking out the providing present condition of the inhabitants.* Joseph *

8ATTRDAYWe LucI1.1857. the dW-cstic. policy of the country, with which j i for the expenses of the next Lcjrfflutive Assembly Esq., was called to th'e ch.-dr. And nfter a free i'n-i j (anti-Abolition person of Know-Nothing procliHtfca' -- todjiy.On Saturday they adopted the loci injend-

I -- .--- -z------ trsns-Atlar.tic lands' Lave 10 cocwrn at : 1L Tl.e \ of Kansas, Mr. Wright of Terna ec. filt it to bchia: terchavze (ifjev s and opinions: sagij'-sted by their j 1 1exjxjMd ill read the following with-ttcntion : went in.Ctommittte toxieJr-ftetr oftho Whole, that i. an amendment

are inda-t J to the Hon. &. n Jlaxwdl for i ]principle Lich lies at th< 1 asis of American Indepiudence duty to pronounce a statement made by Mr. Sl.ef"-- cocdition to the sava ; foe, ret.ntniued ,' "It ha* lieen rumored that-the Convention was giving member a fifteen honored
i l the .American If Filch were the facts In the House
CljngrHeifl for' i 1-. that
p. .- ..- --. --------- i lis-li fr itttlf its own form of povvrnmt-ut, and forfi of policy relative to Kanea* A lie." It was wid j of xolunteors for t.i\ months or a Ion.;* r ; ,publicans* three to one, us was i-tated in debate, cing the mu-ie, only twenty-seven member*, voted

.,+. : Lr: The lion's. GE( S. HAWSES, and J. J. Fivre n inter f reiu f w ul.l of cuurrC I e fetal to the ( j in rn undtr tone, so that it ni'u'ht! ruii-h Mr. Slu-i--i poiLtd, to pt r.inibul.iU- country Ijui-eiit U the j i i the more honor to them-for it rnhsncrt the vnlne on the ayes and not for IL .To-day that tote mreons.ithire41

.' _zTt $ cow ia tVis City. free oxcrcije of this iijht 7 Vi . -.. i but of and feeling, for the sake of prin- Was 'there each indecision in
pride ever
-- > intr government niu t bo takn to be that! which the ] i IIi.n-\ Mr. >-rman to-day called thentte-nlion cf inflin iipon tht'r' f.irn": and pio-ccute the work of i party hud whilom followed lepui tITtFffriSatfy
fvim'l 1 .&. Smith.cept -will ac [ ciple. Man fur man, who ?
body
Hon. '
The Eiilion has cstablUi! for itself. T1e fact that it
| j i the il<>u>o tu the report; of the riuaiks. and a-Lvd i of eiltix.ititiii. | the banner of the dark lantern, rode in this place,

our thanks for ft copy of 3 his truly cie1ez.t exist is tvidt-nee that the prtpondtraneo of th] national an expl.tiiatlt n of Mr. Vrli.t. The latter a pologized j 1 111 I1.L1U' ai-t. lji ... .'. I and said that to adhere to it at this juncture, to in- If all the raem>>cr, would keep the?, j

I1 occh on the President'* Ilessage. will IF in it- fax Jir.J thus H-t an affirmation of xvli.it is called the American wouM not consider the proportion to furtJ.lj thI
1> ; or, pre-uinj.tion C'Mi- t<> the Tlonit, but Stilted that at the time he [ ioiid to (idi. Ji'"e ('fl ter. the S.inti-'s tp> eiul Asjeiit.o upon
-n H-- W principleould Le the death, riot ofa political with them objectionablej thi-*
who has tinuu.til thj gov. nina i.t i-Micc vfully! ehangt-d. what he did be believed] wh t the gentlitn.-m -t ijir.jj ti::: tIc Iri- d">::-.% all witliiu hii pow r for I Jor Mtint to be a
of Mr. Bowea but of the One might
Notice the advertisement j party3 freatcnu Liberty. I in their having a
library to
in of the xn *- I The r cc2t coiiJutt of Briiiah tfikiI14 in C ntrni ]had RAid to be untrue, and tl.ct h* believed so fll. : t tie! rrotvction of inhubitants of their county. almost xvi i-h that the Convention had been packed propriety acquaint them
his Manufactory spite
antecedent
.: reconstructed hie the destructive Aincri to ;uLvcTt the Go .-ruiiiCitiyjc.'u/ hc-aufi j j jj and refused to explain any fLIrthr.r. Cftpt. S. L. S1 j aikman'Ornjutny( of Mounted Volunteers i for so noble a purpose. But it could not I.avobeen.Amirieuns. with the legislations of Congre*, jjn

fortune that were showered upon by Walker was a infraction of the Monroe we are told, voted for Republican* and unfortunately for the discredit of Congrew. it u
j bv pUpable < Shcraian then attriluteJ the remark to exi i 'n4 mu-t.-r< d out of the I'nitcd StHtt-'s i-r-
1 fire last rammer. Republicans for Americans at the primary ninblie i HUjjJe by some the mere mean of
1 I doctiino, aii.1 the tri-nty conccion by tliis CJ..'virnj j citcrAer.t induced by iiitoiicstioa. Mr. Wright very l xioon Tii-uay, tin* 17th int.. by xlrtu.of the ex- *. and more than one member utHrmed his utter I through the wile of thce book inmaking their

Florida Cadet. ; raeut to the Britidi Government cf the right! to in- }properly NiM. that he would take no farther notice 1 1of ji'r.-uion* of the! term of inliTtir.PTxt. Capt. S. re or- ignorenec of the party afliliatiom of hi* candidate pay, can't b had in sufficient Many othbooks

1: The Present of the United State* Las nventlyconfgrrcd tmorc ct all is equally illative of the j>olicy cf I the frentlein.Ti until ho had removed the iijiputa- ;pmi/fd his Company and xn rc-ni'--t.Tt-d, ft-r ix I for (;1.-eritcI-hi.S only |tu-tioii bring, i* he true to quantities to tuppl?
It. .lYlm the requisite number : the reak i b, that tL.
: West Point Cadaships upon blaster Webb j Washington. (lion which had been ca-t npoa him ye t "r L'iy. Mr. j luoiiihj} on ame dav.Capt I set of books Ma$
- -a--- pas* through twenty hand
tfcClcllan, ton of Cpt Geo. E. MeCMka, of East j We- repeat whilo we urge uj.on our Govcrnnn-nt | Shermnn exhibitexl no very chivalrie Fpirit IP. nttributinir Carter's Conijiany it. V'it Wzt > mu-t* n-d Into England, 'cr,4a and ILUNSJ*. 1 It was, however, no more than

*. M H"a. IX P. pyithf flOU-iLterpOtiofl eiilur! dirertly or indii i Mr. action < the U. S. wr\ic the 10th ult.Cipt right that th*
.a
1 Flori-.it, nn-1 Mfttvr John Il-pie. ( Wright's to xvnut of.sobriety.ani e u Vre-ilne-tlay, The Lundn Stan of the ICth. xHiich came by the !j Clerk should be saved harmlcwi again los

: Hopof this CitV. From perwnnl acquaintance j rectlytitli tliv internal &2F..ire of Ct-ntral America, J that too \ -hen tin latter had again npcated L. G. Lesley V Co. M. YV. was mutred out Indian, cout&ius the following- paragraph, which :! books untie; the reoIuti.au of the List for purchasing -

; c: we know these to be clever xt-alLg, wcrlViy o:: th-> c-r any &thr jMiv r, v o welcome with irladnr
IKIR: distinction: coi.fenvd ap-Mi them > htsrt tl!' gliaxs vf sui-iti.o that will bhortly be i to be due to Mr. Wristht to s.-iy that I was Wo uaii'T-titnd satile Ptnittfirfar, th.it xigo- ,.I We hams f be-on told, upvp authority reliable ; the head by the Compensation 1-UL wa knocked i in
The
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4 9' -- ------ cvrtei iso P..i:1: o-lie.i sun rf lll-e: :y and rcr.r.blicr.jii.us with him both l'cf.ire and i.ftcr the incident ve-tr- i runs oi'0ritioii5: arc now I'IIiIg j-ro-cwited in the I, that we need uot lme.dtate to stata the rumor, that I ride the presentappropriation

The Rl> net. ;fin ;iy; t-labiiened toilluuriu> that l >- diy, nn-.l I'-vl i.iy eye *n h'mi at the time he iu.-r.lt- 1erg1.ie.: J vtithin tho) last few hour-, certainly withih the lai-t I over anti-book provision in
fi-w days, a dipionwti- eiruular, or has the Conipn-ction bill There u no legislation
thisaoralr.gwithout .1ted niul I .1 l.ir.LPrexldczil : protect hi
Wewrct Laving t. gc to pr-si <::=lra.'t i ctl 31r. S'i--ir.-2: and that ho wn not into\icit -- -
I 1 I r iebed our Foreign office from RUAMU, 'tatiu to the the country eo ctnily subverted ly subsequent
cone.rain the new : --4 --- An Affecting Scene. *-
dennite information ? Mr. \\ rlir'-.t is hiqh! niindM honorrilile
u : irent'ion.an i effect that Russia h quite of opinion that Persia tion a that xthk-h ciTcct the

Cabinet. It upposr-d to 1 l'o con-titutvd thus :- Huclianan fierce.On and. Kx-Preiident : of i.ei-l--nt: habits firuoron* tf-inperaniei.t. I| A V."i..liigt! <>u foirt j'tind.nt of the Montgomery :j should evacuate lbrar. ai"l moreover, exprwly I the mciubrr* th -mselces.The personal interest* of

CUES o&Michigan, ecretary of State : C lbofOecrin :, the ;}:ii hsi ia compliance wit thv i-UjMi-nie xvh.'i el l'ai: i CNcitid, never says niiythir.i but | (Ala. ) AJi'trti-er 1 and Stat Gazette, (criU-i n truly ; di-olaring that Persia i Billing to do PO ; but, at J

: Secretary of Trea. nry : Fl yd Virghiis : Stctctary (, Jaw cf the land, Mr. linch:>i.in was uuly und Mein-! chat he means r.r.d i- rr.tirly ur-v.--rthv of the i toit/hii'r nvuni- that m-eiiiTed* over the dead tody of the une time, Russia resUt ccrtaiii other demands Hon. J. Glnney Jones' generous declination
which our Go\ eminent has iiuule upon the Government of a seat in the Cabinet, in order to
p; ofWnr; Brown ofTme ee. Secretary of lv inaugurated m> I'riVid of the Unite tflie*.- c'.aracter which! Mr. tlurmr.n r.tl< ax oretl: tt> fix upon ; the hii1' i-t M IJrttok- Indi-i-ribstbly painful, must j;. of Shah. Fui-tL.&rnndas if in anticipation of in the in preeerve harmony

the Navy; Thompson of Mi iIpp:, Secretary of Y\"e shall Lc able ia our ret S-sue to jrivc all tl:*" < ]him to- lAy. It w.i* s-pjioed tht.t after Mr.j t.ive h b oi the death of ore &o !lo\ril to the venera- i such an event, the Uu-sian circular to which we be accepted by party Mr. Bucianan.Pennsylvania Mr., will, itIt ,4] ,

5 t tk"c Interior' ; Toucy of Connecticut, Attorney G i I.-: .ii'1 divott-d Ju.lgf IJutK-r. allude, declare that if England continues to occupy JoneV many '
of that ince f which Buhire is the friends regret that that he U not to I* a of
nnd J. Clancy J-w. Po=t Mater Gcacrd. c&l'i* to r.iji-l, thiit::: a few months! t-ince. the vonvictioa i gvt: it, he would chal-i-ase Ifr. Wright : but uji to Xo oao Inxinjj -x'in thf common en-iLi1iti of I any prox cap-i part tLs
; ] tal"hhe will herself be tinder the nece iity cf march- next Administration. Senator Weller.
------- ':ir nature, can read what fole! >u unmoved : report MVIi ,
% -- -- ; that the Unl ri was in Tt-ril, v-as deeply in- i this! time ho has not clone to. j jA' into Persian
j inj an army urritory. i will substitute him. Every Democratic
5. The Lass. of last General As'wmlilr. .: prcavl upon every o-.iui thnkig niir.d! in ;Kna- -- -- .out tn minute1) nfu-r hi* death, the \encrable Senator
t
old Sn ft'or. vlKi4"-} 'kfi nn* i.ow whit. with! thv has enforced the propriety of Mr. VT-lkra] 8klo
I \Tith nfcron--1'.tho pv.Mi iv ,n of the law iloa. Wl. ..l.icrot UM-.V beliold with ratituilc, !I A Diplomat Scriiiim se.; j' Slave State ont of California. f-: .. -t- of j., cam.- ii.to ti.f room, and upon .Meinirr. as Secretary of War.
Ly tI( L1 (; i:. r 'i tfl1 !: t i. !4'tT the j-r .iauiJiy of that! dire xcnf -inkinirinto utt .r ; The London corre-pondont of the Donoa !'.t \ \\\r. cold i in tin* tmhniCf: of dat! >:, thtv.v Litif] I The San P'raneiico Herald, urtr.ng the Democracy I to learn that the Hon.

that wo Should rU-ite. tit .win-To the c r.(.r'l ] t <. 5:.rir'mn>.. :!h. :.:.'l that 1 p ::< ral! fsviing of hopiful j sives: the followingl": : % account of u roxv" betxvi \ upon Li1 1 o. m .:t.d n-t1.t ri ifh:1? hrart xvould of that State to a careful i.eleetionofSerators.ioundI I regret ill J. GLtncy Jonw jI l

: alenee.-f nua-1.-. i-i t.i" .vsnv.ity! darit.? t'.ie: C":ri'y i* p.r-.ri.hr.j' tl.e iiation.tizice : -n two dt.-tinru-h<'d Rriti- I)1iI.-n1ata< at i l-'jr-t fro'M! its 1 oiid". Jue 15n: !It r had! 1-ixi hed I Ii upon the Kansas-Nebraska piitforci: says : I! seriously

.f .i Fliuary (\.t1Ctifl : i t'itlintitin! t aii.l: :tffI.( tii.n of Many: } ta r4 u; on Mr.I |' It svas reported In the house to-day that Jfr.Simonton .
: CT.ater j rtirnsf tl'.c wcsiOis January tlie result of T"t-: tclion hr.s tnui-pir i itlicro "Vr'e have no hesitation ia as* I Ilr'-ok?. and he Kinid t to be tlie :' .<.; tant object J cf The New York Tune
last. vrl.Irfi v nat* f ,T woal w-vlsh fth are tiiouiid: r.nd ti-.it ii thonsaiid- nicivLo Xcv iVon C in-tia! '.!:''j'le .f hi" s"i-itU'if exi t'aand \\iiilo the death
: i isA.iit .
f-f the f.rmin coriCiTninj the prinripajitit-s! nt llc.i- ( : of tu-! United States will be called for the I Ii sul sequent dispatch corrected the error, but ask
taU to compleK tKuotiiocnaic upon
IC---K '
I force in o-ar oi? w e ha e did not vote tvk i. wL.! in ; Ptiil t"od ujM'ii the brow of f t I.e immortal
: '. Fchid I'i'c'.i.iV horse on tht13th: } 5nt.t., did not a iJT i prfletlwil ascmti.n of the principle (.f that} law, ly j he was drngeroualy indisposed.
the f the Lnws in tiT.* for the lhtr! he irt6 rrj'iicc ov r the triui. cfur c.nndlc".at' -Utir[ thf vld msn called to tr! Jli-eii.g M.irit in
publication ipi without 1 tl.o '
U qtwrrtl, nt ctvfn rcpre.scLt.'iti s : the udrni.--ion efa >I.ive Mate oa the Pacific coast i The avidity with which t-lSce i Is
t i : Sprins Court fts w* ntracte-d to io' with the a, Kcnu r.f the happy tfToct it lias b.vi up.-ii of <:]':iTvuat niitii>. I but bi-twtvn th.- two Rritihrfprvseatstix' ; t'ii ofrrnxv, that movid the )jiityii!:?' l h1* art- s.fh.s. 1 North of tl.irty-- de n-e= and thirty minuter. I eonghtofier btrtis
who -I'.1 r.(;;:.ii to f -ar-" b > so that if a clerk!
My Icy, my great get uawell hi
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;. Secretarx* of SttV.Xo 1 thcncnl; -.v 'If.ir.The ,
I nIneh! of an-1
who < Sir II. Hilxv r. Ti-f I Ittt-r. who} had! irlxcn j'4in of 1y o- a *-t !: t n.ouriiing &or- j advocate, with zeal .aa.] ereri-y, th rlfht: of the! immediately applied for upon the contingency that he
Mr. 1ioria I'now 7 iiir.r fK- .dUtracttd
4; 1 l"aie is cl ,reable to Vilkpigue. our < : ti.fiuasintuo : rw, ii* wrt< wit.c'I tlivre, raiiiiot! be C'T.iprtlun-I
,. iiiiiatenci-'hUTi. _' t!. reading of tbo Hrmnn. innicliitely : people of such -Utte to decide upon their own ; will die. A man' breath an sooor le-fiv, his
his wh .la in the cf the !have i.d d'-.l, Much If" d h'-re. lody
'i.lMrl duty j ponpl rtpi-ati
}I'
I proaiptly < av.ay.rij < : ui i-oisfluMim rop :;n-!, t-i the atniiien' I i in.titutiorwithout rcfrer. to gtcirahcaI! I than his place i is filled. Seine n.an i ii
premises, but to r.=. if bl :iue c.-.a be sttributfora \ -n ve ie\icw ail t'.i-'! painful] c".rtii-ttne. ihuttrai3Sj i. f all!, I-j'ci ly rij-roach Lord Mnitfonl J'.T I >-- > -CM' -- i hints?" generally

*iiftpjx>intiiK-t wJ'Wi !hss 1 .n th result of an afflictive >ie-l during thf nvj t f-xoi'.Ii.g eanjpaL'n. n"t tr :.' ;i.L' liii-i in a urirn.-r: d.: > to a man Jilino-i rontt'iupTiited' Iinpro\etnentH in Tallaha-I i ----s.--- lected out of the li-t of applicants to f.Il the office
; his 'cuah in rant >.'hf-l by lo Kot' before the incumbent di *.
: a- : l j
ii-j qiuvn :<-r I Ait Cue!.
di-iM-nAii ii of ProvideLce.C arc E-W 1 haxt1:01 i.11 truiAi: < ricnn iir rt.xhoe ;>atrj.-.is i Expected
I r}'t-cijl r. ]>rte1.tnt I Ifl1h; 9 Ik'.t: bfl r.t i.t:.-. I 11.u f.- Wt have relinl.I li.fonnation. that 3Ir. Yule has i Inwaje-cRs** whwothe chEnce* of death
ttitcniric ill1* tk .ii'1 wiI have tIc Cited has Jut been con"...no1! 1 y the! er.rkor worm of par ,>.u-c1! L rd ford i"\V.u.mn'.oreN, Feb. 'J>>.-A qi.irnl 1 and Ktrt of fraus ere gmt
> M rat I ofhr.vii-tf k him
< j t in pi rf-t t ti ittriwiiii'} ia the I'nit.-il Stattar-'tnate a rc-olutk. the cosunivtion i* fillea with tie
of the
I! ia a then tin.<\ ty >irit. n-a-on to tljRTik in all -inc.:rity, anil.< of th- iju.._ti"r., <- took p'.tii to-day between th" IK-a. John V. race roeee -
ul.ichhaal: hit.i -fiTi.-l to tiie Coir.mittec. & /.- bef.-re tbo retth has left the
; the pn.'fir II. Rr.lxvirv *tnt t-> Judiciary Wright, Dem. of Tf iiafsee, and the Hon. John t( yet officer. A
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t. Tl e ;zeli4.I for or.laiiili.ir thr.t the l. of a t-e-.t'.onal Trk-\v. alth'm h it xxa- the dj'y of th- n.l Me lordn.l ii'.ri-ftinir an -r.iirv into tli'- }propriety of na fclu-rmaa. Uhifk Rjpublirar, of OIiio. From all ni I -fflcr of Cor; rcji or.ee recom.iaeaded a man to'

iK'-rily to hixe _o:lU2: n.ivatd to him what tk prlatioii for :i i-ailtiiu it tui- place to acw.rai i fill a eierk-hirt soon as tLe holding it iliouHj
I The foilonic Ivtur frtni fi.e ?cond Asristatt rriivltnt taJ a tefle! .rid a civ;] v.-r: l tav. l >tn apj.r l yet tranepiretl r. d'! f 1 :1- exIocts.1 to crr'e-oFbttween I party
: pt' fin tin- '-o-.fi'rcr.(f f tifinil'! ; --idors. but tr.cconsiiitfi <> hit.t.f! Ur.ilid Curt und other die, V l' then in Iad
it < health.
mo r1. e public j itig One
very day
: : I'oEt 31:15r Gvmral : > tit* IV-t Master of Apal..chkola averted, a> 1 lLat a frr.at :vtor.il staU iaan aisou : 1I. hia r.5oit It. lie; thu ueelaivd ti.i- the-e pcutl.-mea. '
oCiO of the Fi-ii. i--.l (ii i-; another clerk die,]. The
ts ernirt. greedy made
i' in rtply tns .itljncl to himn tha 4ilinit. : nnJ drtemnnol se Sirs* in las power, ti djuticv -, firnri to be nicuTi'.jlcTf- ::i ei'itVtU|
n ., ia regnru to tl.e ikurtloa of tho :a.il a; Alianviw tu all 'ctioas of tii- Ui.ion, hr.s been cLo-t-a iXa ,'f
j is ictlie jui'jj'cl rp, urv.i vrjh rajy.tni I in ft u1nr- of.:!." A Cu\CAnEii tux. .V.%->Itt'.iJT.c.-iiie: liiv. Theonv Many of the livers in the Western tate, inclcdj j Lfc Coa re&sionfll friend in the..e words nendead
tranaciioa Vjoh, palihhcJ icrlde its desthJcs.Of
: it" to .
c .f4rixr ] over o..iu.J 1ii Foir.-tliiig t" the: lift(t. '.''..it hi.ilo!.'. v Jjj Parln-r. "i.f >ftV' thne jh.i'.i-ftnd re-vI-x.j 'Ie- I ii'i the Wabac'i, are i.igl..r( thin thy have been |? df- all yen era fjr m*." He nrglecting to
A piIe1Ikt1! I rto the jiatriot aL.U staicFiaaE, Uts. Pierce who j i-e< re- j Jiy i <: ut''r.of.altT IVairla.MY) *- i
i the flood s.f (rat
i.iu : Mace {Treat ISJl. danj'tgf l9s j tlie name c'fthe pirty really dead and the
Dzr1TMryT.t tirn Lav do'-- etiri'>i-n thepn5stl rommi :onr ia i.IL. leaving
PO'T ( TL. E e c KO from the nmhifrna eire- any wav.w /
> h.id r-ot a giv .t rt.-tM-n.: :.o j hilo=ojilic poxver. i:>, I Ii beea done to property. Inference tU'.t the '.xho,
(\JMSACT: Omti, Ft:'. IT. liOT. aLd oasiliil'ithe pnTiikr.Sal! chair; witli !' 1 Ihilvtr; thr-u [jrinluc !hiS -jieial instrurti'-u-i 'ne e place the emler had

f 1i .' h re-j a ,.nd t ; >- i.f list- :.!..i5r.; : n- X2t ( ; :; chcrfui !:<;crt ar.i r..k-ivd iricl hii] Tzcrr t> Lirz. Mr. T. F. ieentkln
> -jinki'.ertrfivr. .: r %?. ,
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Lord >' > ? lie .tared isilit'i of I
irci 10eI2 > : :r:"! si iri( : 'eii-iri.r.t. r j e-ut tingk oai. wa-j not an j (oie member wert o the Department azsl dii .vered

t ;44n, (nt., ic FLt.. fcr 1.VtIIPv *Co :1iir niidvd) ciiizt ? ,f tl.: Lt
3ti ( ree the reaures : *-\ <-r vj'.K'ti":; fbi:1: -> i.sarkal: lo in.teiiiv.i1v.i ; ilos: \\ jion L> -t!: I I "f-i F'kf'! tji :t: ; thrr' 'r t1-* 'r>r>'jf:' i iTit.iMed: flfrorhs> j>-iih! ," :i!>l til.1 ron fl.r : il tii!> I white mantle for 15 days, and one that ectuflllysarvived i i one wa*. and ai* pe! already fii.1.Th. l.Mt l.
<\:..vhe I h.'t.i t."t 'x-n ru'h'.i: but i .
ti.r.t
wiivh .t t i titue rtri"i- :, :i-i-l : ..f..i.i %< M for 21 days without fool r.f: kind. Alien La"l R&iut1itr.s" are.stijl .win ther
may priIcr ] u.u. the 6me : that Lad V r< A-\\ ti-- .u t he w.iui-1 vat the f.eitha.t !1. lixidsi.d tI.-ti a livehoM! i ixv'kh any ;
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1IeMi1aV! i1. ais: rrrc t,., 1-3thi: ., cx'inI.iiied: in i his; brii:<:i; dear. ft1 .' r.virti'f I biloaKiij! ; to Joc'.h Jeftrie IXj., was rut out > against K.tawi. yotwith-t.andin! ; tLtv Ira,
r frcrvt 4th ] s iiaxc act : :i- he <]:.1! : :
Very rcfp trs"y.! fLttions tj.t! ]. 'rtain to tiio CLi-f nnitrav 'Ivr.Ml.lo) r'I : t-i Sr II. Rr.lv.r, 1 it; to th i.ii-i. '. r.'hilc L. r who gi '.- t. t ...ri.SulI..r mdl the luahiti.'e by a ttinr'.ii whce-J} after hiving been under the ,i Le i'hture will be Free Soil in It* mnjoritr, they

VolroVc *
: w. lLIUyj: >AS.Sci : ting o'.lficuhlc-s xiiut lies..t the j'lticrn'f !Lj-i.d- :' ci-ush.jr.-.. !.n-cie t-Ir i-nr'n I II. I Rulwtr that J'ii-.dii.t( :rc/ii.'d| ritol.n;. :.in xva-obllci'i, end tli..tac .- t j a htro afj n -: ii.t, leeauxve supjK.-.' he i.- rrt a I j 111' hogs after it lia l lix ed! oa i hcrt pllowanci1- and .I appropriation to pay the expended of the next Leg

Oi A>a. P.lLGcutl n< :::!'rMien. wouil le aa o'sji <-l"tii .!-; ;. >.*- 'o r.v. '} h'l'.i: .-If t.f l.2'h.aha* hit. *ia<: st.'pji. .1 i i j elaveboLKr.This ri.-vert-.d y jitI.-in.ii i ii one of the j cold comfort in a frnow drift for 17 Lvs. So tnys th islative Hor.e A#* they rnbly.will When let doiri they one The to voting will in

:v I I Ar14:11-.it4-A.tIVi-- -- --.---- ; :.r-ii '", ?!:? ] tiit.iu virtue and thi chann lie ::i ij. t'-voca :!h'i <'i'<.-aid dt.Kimati-s.. i'i ( rii.t r-i-l i..tiir.iiig. limits t.nc t/f the i< jiders ansi the M'arrvnitfit, I'a., .llitii. setain n-i more of the Kansai tnn'bn1'. ptpple

I1I L : c. :: :. .1 ;, : : .;L -ii z. I.T" TTJ-T *>-<.r<- y. n. n* !.ianu Lord of At.i'n .
trt.JLt tL.
II It is -t ::*! a .i..vcit'm.ttr' reac report r -- -
iran"1. b.. i il .'. .. .. ; v.a{ Ii.it a-; \\\. -t .I. -en : \
: .iat Ir li.
; .arn > i ,
.s& try tl t .! tie.- > j ':iirf.- : rty. Lat MvJ; giH Iyli An vcriacnili'-n 01 lae fcianv .:iiuat.l5T- ] -. ; If. ; Tcr, vl --. -- cer.t'y teen *ulmltti.? t"the Board cf education. Wtrn 3ae crowns the labor cf tl* profeiiicnil nua hu
v.11 .
; / CT..rff"xi Lv
t-a t > :i? rv. --
k tigc- tif (; ernu : tna- : vices lyrJe-red tlie c-vry Is Link, T.il! be a j k Bart t J-'HiZ i{ iK-1 It.L: *, ik tho ene r.nd tic! j i st \; TE: CLAY il M UEI..-11.e I>Ireilcry o"th Clay i in Yew York city, \xhich tstimat.-*, DU hutisictorj* a: req''. : a) tatrt : t rrrerve a-lTinuge*. Not *o

I \ part fij i jrj lu tL icW7 Min single notVasls1 -* tJt.-3:. whlc'.i wlil i< h
: ; < rery mr.tt te I* li>ut to the reward of fall
i-cCvr icii X.k.r *a-i h"rfi}rci5ari : in (. i- 4iLatt. j u iwu'ginuwa Ly j.o m mi f.sxuru! Le. Alti *-. / i t'.. ->:tn.l 1 childr ia t-.l: city l txrccn the rp en-
Ia.stkct 'tl 'i. I.'n i"r the uaUvrval ape
C_ a : i-inuin.nt toe j jj terj.r.sf. dihcse3t CHKSE! !ail'afc hit wsre an 12nI /..R.T.i.. !_-1f- ", thst a t-? tlit i i rvr.cJi ewI-'aV. :-e is ia *'riruti 'n -pitej !'ar: ', uponrepu.toa
t "five
iry -- -- ---- ', ( ei.d e'ut'Havhoftre is
'C.r ",.-.', 1.'.cll.-li:: <.'._ wtls's: r avd In a 1 si' ,' l ifUla! t'.Tc.: i..ilcry :e1r that {..ncc. os-ti- ti.maIib .-- i I frrowi3g ep igcoraicand ;l.e ir.Svie iiro-jgli yran of wI: *tj enormous nUilU'i' -
h2e, Witik-, iii 'vtran t"rT', f-f vhiwe :: !...* ; _tricrean vn. r ; ::, : vac.ii.onuU.rj. thfir.aelrr ;> !! c*moiejA* a ra.e a iceut'on' the tact
SR Mtticg to point we
:
( 1 JiHit<-h, r.rs l rolling: ia tI! .; 4 : 1.u.ard: I i.--e r.-'Tx'. --- Titrc'f rriict \j '.. future rf a vile truJ having made iw ppearanc te the shape
waich foilowt-d tlip ifJhifr ofthf finij'jn, thf <...> | ; ti.r n-i:2 .. 3 -.: -r .tt ru i 1 o btv1 IC <- -u-er nj.im stdett.I ef
cr"1 t.i ,1i l the fpjihiea ( ;ihf- i i"i tae= t.ti ii ersation d I :rah, purporiic lobe M'Lane's Vt-rni.ae ncrt Liver Flu,
.JTV.I.JI .r o ois. :af .r < E.gIai so ; ] x u >-r tii ijiij r ...ed ;*. -4'rvi'.l nn.I i cl-'oiir. i hut <-'l an-1 niaeten fet, anti u'Or. the 5u11flit f Vjr.v-.-Aa Rr.iirrftrji I* the dissolution oi"anTf The genuiao irLanVfnalfjjre an.t Iaer Pi!:s are maast'tict.me.l -
? 5 i- .: r< f.r.i': > :i T .- .,;i: r TV;, : : : :;ti h : : :r i.o further ct : ; j
OCt'-A--.i. A = '. hthir .. there will Ue ]>! >i a colv ; al f-tciiiu of tr,? Jcpu I only b.y Tleiair.,; Brc. of Piltiburgh, T*. rurehitrt .
: ". L. : contra-t to ti.f t''i.Tr'-l of >: i wor-l r-r sentence in litters &* its !cni -nts and then
in .
rcaewel 5 ; ii tl ::t luc-i of :c.niiy. tj>e < i --i; toilcy Centrals ..:Jn&aiaCI. l'l be rsrcft;! to note thaT each hot tat U
'j.- or i tnrriopeda
two rrIt honoml ntriijii-e-n ted stateu.itn. luve iecdd:
fij-j. I :
: ; < i it .
laic, vretlunlr, vil: oon Ix; luI_tl c fu 'oi e -.\ ;] s .a, ; vhlcli the French rtmlr.-:y construct tiU! ii.oiiuaet: "f : nt'ktono.. flui fiL.ldr.gIm: ether!
l\i He r'.j-l i cable to t.t r'ns or tr.nr'i! a-ircc : ia t'h irl:::a.! -
: fcoos pass a-.vay, tad jainf J iuucrtanty 1..* cosvirJciiVjjoyoui fiitaiivv" > 5, 1S57 : >Svr cad tii" A/Ian: lutcricio observed lows. '-
liuiistone uich i.-isr.id i ie ia'iestruo-
rtiagaccia to !
r<..LR. Sioii our sntioij.tiuoi.? j jlc iTdt I* sal*', .ir! of nin>ii-t: <*risg : i.d 4vsei tic J :aih ()t.e-.". as woJ cr w nt.'ne. Tr ere r.-e wonisuf this iescrirv | j. (anze Case.
liritb r-ir.-j 1t.tr- t _--c------.- -. j tii.ic r.a Kgyptaiu i.rane. Il it di-niprned toiiy: the tf In'h of ancient! j.rd nMutI'-.ii In t'-.o: CcsTi tlmps of
rcallrt-1, thoj. l.c tVuC J.J >c vrx-c irs r.sr K'rs a? n r .ryr saia >n. ; npjiJien.uoa, 3rissoiF.pi. twenty year*

T.: ivhavc ?* Tvr vi'gratiJ.ilv>n. tiiat ]}riti a :t14"; that ret, ..<;.!:.-- of our own peoj"{. IU.z TIe jaili.-ion: Jfe-stKpef of the 2."ii! ias'., rtjs, :..] ;i ctr:"T tone, on il.e i2'i .! y cf April, Henry dux- w.ici! exliil/it colne-idf-n. e-v tt! are truly -urprinn;. ur-i; Rlihard >. Graves, its .k'.Iui. Treasurer perr -

cjrjjJ1* up tholrlua in horror *it the prospoot jtreeti.tvfthe *- unr'j'-cc'-Bfi.l li'.rt'-.I'.y.; : T'' e Okinr o.n-l Jit per!tr 'Jiys th-it I etrated a i-.uiilfcei.t r.'isciuUr I r imlerzlir.g the
i-tl-.ii. t wi; laadc oa the nit/icing <>f jusd uffori a peculiar fun-i cf annernett. The
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4egxs r.ro i ij>;ilv.i c-a thi*. C :itint't, ffr ig the ra ,i-al o4Sj r v'.ty fhe cr' r.ry.: ItUtn- Edward Everett will j deUv..itfl cudi't1 the very i ifollowic --.nds cf the butH* csrsprj jostice and sight of

: t 'otric ; of Ivi' sr-i i-ivilliutlica an oj'jiiuaitylo ( .. .Lt'dI- 4n.e ji ln neefl.t f tht2'Jd, to li-ra des;!. 'I he house of Col. I?. C. IVp; ? \j j.f upon :.' Is a celtotu ifsonie of the best transpositions hln: was l?st, cntil hmi.t: Pamrn'r the memory of

I f : h.e hauulisi <-iK-r u ici',5j.. iid j-ir..r.s a r.' t.-o, vv i ..% .; xwu.j <> ;r ,. lliat flac\ I- :-jTj-. Grave was sttddnly revived, by.an tnsuccedmI
rritory frc-m a lhtl l I'- ilin ;t Milli.ia 'f f qu.rlajl : --- --- ---- ThrL.4i reform-H.ire mad frolic. altunpt to l I ring Lira from CaoaUfi, wlure he has/

.S. ovtr :Li fkr'ous irlaai" tl-atliio u.aa < f"livKiny 'p, to fcbou ihri' ::.iii: n=. ( 11-nv "and. Jh i.t '"ZJie Can are ('on.Ing.5Tue i NLvD.r-i iv MCBK.V X\.-Ti.t> U'llcwintf ii frora a i ii A :ronnavr' Ifooa starers.I J.c n rt*IiiiK for t' n ye.ir. past, uad- the extraditicM -

,** t'uc r<.-j.rc-=er.tr.v.\c <.: An Ticaa jr : ( t V.i: 2 C r .-. L.-.- I in ?? '* 'ie wh. ieJtuf in.tr.M .- ckujavillv'.' urein e-cstapit-s fiindl ho i! traveler: in the wilds of, Xil rri'-ka : I Ij Dincerrteal1'onal I traJe. cau, cf the As\l.r.rtoa treaty. He was ar-

cLt1l ha.t eiL'IiIg EaI: n; i \Vi ] ji.ij.ers We oil thi-m I I.U41.CL45eIt-A* nice .M r..t.1.t atil after sa inveintion f>S.>re two jndieial -
: t i.Utie3 t.l.t-in '/) over the fact that the iiree1r ofj j got our Imri-i'S l.'itelntl to a cctton | ct pie. _
..ftightyie : f.jna.miliP.. tud the funetiem.aries ia C'acada, it was dtoided that the
.t ntrc I.."i-..' : t&ii i-.zd h. iedI + t-.Ir! : ]' ;. ;,t.zt1 have c*-iij l. ' Walker the i V-j t-f the s-lj hioit I.t.r"vrcr.ce y
1 I # f.-out tr, I.c.j et tf n-tr:v .igbt .:u ; ti:.c j-iVfCr.i ititisj- ti coi.iracto.-a, wln-reLj the ] ",Ve 2"tnn; 1 aiyr., ztoLs-cs, rolled jjun.pkia und I!! JlU-ir.t'jri-iit' 'Tinre him ret. aee;. rail ply ti1.tiIt.j.
.rly
ij on the pr.rt: of this G& v
I alfjirs of tl.it country. 1.va lin.c r.ougaliS i c-c' tour territory. ?'< h.i< nijuired about bine After mal xva% pi-sed the \vcnu-n aid to th.* i ij Old Er.il--?-O.-Moa! !a'i.lrtijvtiiaiTkt rav. -c (o the L'i.titj estr.aciag a letter
Iv to allow the publicclriractt r of \; A-h- :}.ou&nd T-r ei:t.;: W..ivc- increnf.-! three-foil I II I of tl'r.s contract makes tl.a llnilroa 1 a fi\ei3 fact, I Ij in rsvtr3. from CaauJa fro.i iL< dei"-jllzg treasurer. In Hileller
past oldest jrirl Now. !>ol.1v Jane ; !
in srt.i. *!.< i/-.t-.y ful'l And :y > the i* shocked j and no eunlia f-noy, the means arc jiroxidrd and ia j j : yc>ttiv< j jt t .t -. -' thmp.1.cvokon ho :?.'--s:
icstontrtl-c v-a in its jj t ptrsjwtirc, r.r. l theiu1et .
while *.viije> Ii.l '> : rz j.ft. I'X'.A r ac.j.i=:uoji, lui-i h-ir.il V\"e- will Lo f.hlc in a few days to live tin- j! to kfp that ol-l fl\t: and them ere j ups from t-l.-oji-; -To love riiia.Telerr I "T have tecsnear; :"v''".?! cav rs an t-xiicliiing
of h.% i.'iaiIiiiatTK.Joa i? ::pjir-w<:3'<- ii.rtc ia : in in this hn-al box ) ia this SerLrof Arerle.i tefrill
A f..l In this
complain* :'i<-ri ai: fovi"n dual) j j I I..ic any .sn..er. makircthiij ; <.r>r>>--"n-rit heljis.Pcnitenir.ry exptia.-Jt to
writer ccapetnt 1 L apjiixLtnd end i .-?esert ti.ffTcatrewof givc-ly bir-1. Whs*, the. -hl wiTV /'ft tVapp j iitrar.eer' corn bresid \vafrat naturally p.'t-re'l -Nuy I repent. 'I ellii. ite, wwere ti-! mercury u.tt.n eiuks to 4il degrtee
li'i.e i.f the I'.riti'h.n V 'Vhv. l.-r Goi.J r.er: .. Jlitp: the hal in srotion. Wiowrt; ntt.tl f r.il that i dear
lttira : *
] ttr5o1 ui rai1y Ihr.t ii>; :rvd In* 7- -vji>r.in i to fli-atii pivk'n the im.ill luirs .in-1 dead fleas or.t -- - frj :n to me on
. North America al'-r.o J'1 K r \:: _.'3xv tl; ;. i-i; 3 - -- t *:artK i'unly tU! is S'.4-.t punl&Lment for sU
*. \vKlc-in that l hi.tLar from Kanwa.
.an t'lo territory of the Laiu-'i f.-t-ste*. H-T! AuVril-r:. Apiaeh1i-oIa 1xporti. came pesky pupa ; and if they ny pr-v.is acts r.ya Ifliid been living in
v.c <.];ihc will L.-> f>un ; .iIiI1Ifl *I.' IflW, ( Ti' !la-t C"mttmti'c'hl A'irrrtiSfr sletp a lons r it wont be fit for ue. :.y offeaie! wouu! i.c hixi n.iritodthe penNimmt -
'r -.5-tiy of couti.aipla.Uon tfid c-lrairatica, tLan the than ail s4 hoM. In th.! --JI tln.r:. *. ',na t.rrl1-y c eor.t.ilu-. talleothibitiin I Lfia paKitl a law declaring resistance to the Territorial < i have tisdureil

::1 fariijn polic-y wLich lt- -tal>rhl fcr: the iati-.n. I. linr.T than -w-tlb-.1 I panf thl"ij;/<-i.'z tt. -. i ; th<- 'jiiMillM r.r.d .-'tim.-it.-d x-r.Iueof! 8!Ii- j A Torr.ii* -T.>::Y.- Tlie Syracuse Standard telll cia huthorities rebellion, to Le published with I j Yon purely! e-ar.nrt. rtt f"rtcen Vairs cf parihmer. -

. It, Ha isattvr vrcf t pt mieostrol.s tc-po'.ic'Jy! :] a !pottulation of f on.- jj>:aurod c''s lAjK-rtB4. fii-M that j h.rt fur the ]Iat( :.r. Tijrr.s < j man inund Finju-y. !a that city, who, while \omi- d.-ath. !; when ny head i* bilvered with trouble ard

ai 1 f'rty iilon';! D'-'idc1 t!.. -o, tin- hi Jjcr lt'a.Eg i.cn ;! ):; i aI' 'f Ujizi.I c..n. ThI I age, whe > n-y ch'elrtn! have grown up around me.
. our *-ifflv"-7.ici fti: ]lj.tc rian<, for it has < t L. t ; tins, foreeti one of hi- yt-s oompletf-lj' out of tie The lower hou e refused to pass a bill for the repeal -
isivis.! Mi-l -.1 l n.ual j uuconscous of their fther'
I provIn---e, military: j Mniioi : 1 Utal -.v.iittt-1i i value of all nni.-i.-s misfortune, wish to degrade -
ii appreciated in 1tl full. ekIr> .iUtiLeuvv; eo ') ia ev.-r E.-ann.l! on < -ry--horo, It i: .-i I (u 1 bvh] <> I I, ->ji 'rI' t Kielceln that it li'incr down un"a hi* cheek. The of.the test oath.. j me any f Jrthrr."I .

intiier.t VItem ofcr boast cf> .in thr.t tlie] iiid not fft her :.l I i- ? 1,710,4IS' 17. which iii'ik-kfes r.i nrnouiit of ball allowed! -- have a wife sir.; born in
r. **, as an aii. !* p: ?in upon! ini w.i> to renviir. iu that position sevt rail the fcucoy South

1 Action. The thh parjiofv for which Wafhi..ptoah i pire ; bat whiehcWT si l<; of the glob 1 c turned t<> !j 1 r sir ess rf--.t th.'vt point, that iigivi-al ly Miqiri- days, until il finally Svvoile-d to r.a enormous izenn.1 ; From the North Atncricnu & Unitqcl Btatcs Gazete. I whose relation* reraifr & L-LiUiron county, who i*

that iuirm.'iiTr.d ; Isorr of th* i t c ,; ', The Uni'.L 1 f.ttcs\ DMriet Important from Washington. action*
: any tw.-aty-fov.r.: Court of 11-jridj, most to fitum to her native State. She n'
1 r.ud ir.to lie wcrld1y the humor of i %
the
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Lai rer.t t bein
to *PII qr.anied
#>er.-.s e j rye ; intercepted, j it 50j Jjetalls
I| it i. :. .! tv Jid, it* ra\ tIU' n on a ro iioof i is -till; ia cir'f.ii lit Apaiachic-ol.i, Ji'tlje Mclst'' hre ; cj'tle Jftjfitan Trtaiif Ditapprcral) by f/* cy deserted her p.\rent3 her Some, her all, fotI -
IVoiMonoe, was the Jevlopraent ar.u Nrurily lh .' :;'' 1"r rtUcnr.ll: tiic rrili.-tj M: te*. j tually begnatosiyitlfy. A : .} san' (Dr. Light- Celine aid 1-eijeit-1i jl1 bf returned niiacted I li: H her husband into ixile ; htT punub mt o k**

:l *.tf the inherent jauoiiajity )f the country, tit it lj Xr.r1 i. 'in : -.for?* to tv'Itr i I htr tli>r.ia'ii 1 1I In :i ic- : ]- 50nj. '":!) xv.. itI' .i i:), and succeeded in forcing tT' -r-c : been greater than i icc. She uj least ixtet,

free from ell dependent condition*, cad to launch '.t i laxed iai sw tif lier iRrVo acqciit: jn but: on -1 -a-- lci Wx-HJNUTON. Feb. 2f. j but this has cot prevented the clhn t* from doing
the contrary, they an. ..t thi? \ cry tiwv Lci"n nrc.- !*. C! and Servt. I its lur aud she
r its own free wnnrate career original, priciaiyandtlfgiid I I The new treaty with Mexico reached here last worst up'a h grad.oallv srakinf Into -

cpon .] graiie-c. Jlavintj been chidyinstrnni fc I j; e-d fvrvari wiUi *-* loa!, Ulii !by the Uovirn- The fol3ox\.Kj, from t&1i &teen1e.1 (. t* Tl. 9t.te! of MK-curi has increased 'j night, and wa.- >ul mitted to the Cabinet nt the j jI the grave. All he bks U to \je perailttd tu return -

ractt cn-l its subj vt". very rapidly meeting held to-day. It coashts of four condition I I to htr native btata, iliatissippi the sunny
. ital i in tirmit"s? 4se logsil nbjetJoa cf j TLy denounce! wforursillosjiti iVrjurrt naii- t1 3Iacon (Ga.,) Teltyrajth, dilo.e: -> one of tl:>- n in pupu'.uuon) : within the iat live years. The cen- I] First, Reciprocity between the United States and 'I South, to die. This she cajt t dd uuI A-bcr Lna-

the country to England, be wa* 4ernr.l! l to H til I tain a'striet nfutnllty towisi.K <.tIlPI (OUIiIie. ; hut j Mjrnifican.t factsfre uciitly to be met with aij.njj BUS recently taken eliows the population in IbSft to j Mexico professedly predicated en the pria :5ple of ( band is free"

i free from -v
nev to the Europoanpowi 'hiring aliigli ttimate *- Ject; : And our ft.-.tuU* i-.r" iioristrict, 1 iiiink, other) shoxxiiig how perfectly adapted to the j.h\>iral i- an increase within that- time of 214,8-10. I! fifteen millions of dollars, to be becured by the Mex- I islature, and wy tba*. Jf5t meti the approbation
j and have been bttr t.' '-rd, limn! ti"--! ofino-t and m--i.tal coiif-titution of the || ioan customs revcnu.'simitt; million of the loan I of that 'body h i-all icterpaie no oLjeUon."
i the
upon the p1kIf Waiii.n, v.-e htvevitn countric8, li Great Britin, th.-yarc li.il.U-nt any negro < cini are to be paid to Mexico, four millions to the British I Ihe ViclaLui wing," jtftrring to ,this caM.

.' M with psisifal! apprehension the course pursued lime to 1 bo r-uMK-ud'-d I y tj. v'.ll! of the('ro\vi ; rta'l i -j dltion ofv I'll rega-hitcd servitude :- ANOTHER HI.XHUI FUR SIR JOHN l'it.CNKiiN.-The j )bondholders, and three are reserved for the payment bays :

.. by the United $titt-'s Govrnnitnt in b onir.gontanpled ; in fact, hodies of m-ir.y: I th<-u->.iKv in< / hav<- b-n i>rpaniz The editor say*: We haven c-c\xlure! the Driti.-h Wiiiic says that preparations; are being made i of claim* from the United State. Third, A comm'Kicn In her nrjiilterinj devotion her husband aU

d without ttbjeotioa in and aliout l L. nd atriard., as waa bilievetl of I'JDcars of f i i-. t" eontitutod for the has of
with the British Govc-rnuient in a ) tn, to I agfxth( < in Canada for nit expedition) to go in M-urcli of Sir uiijiidicution ( f ; bwutJlullyexempHfied the ttnichiDg1 torr
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treaty j carry oa warnia the -fani.i! Pcninsuln! and c-. bud teen in oae family nearly a century) sjiortini : John Franklin. For this Dr. Rae is build- $ AmericHii chiinrsR. Fotirtli A jio'-tal convention I ;I Is Ruth r.nd Naomi and no man worthy of the nam
t for the preservation cIa preseriln-d state of thing j where, while the Governtnc-ut nrof-s-vtl to bo nt i p.n-1 chuttins with his littlo disci-adar.U of tile third purpose I the basis of that mad!* by General Gadfdcn. No can foil to sympathise w ith her. We well remember

ia Central %!r.t riea. which way ultimately provevery j pvacetiih the j pIrtis' siMjiiled. Indeed, c<>mpini: <>'( j nnd fourth geuer.ition." ins, in the Kingston dockyard, un Arctic schooner, territory of any kind L* accrued or contemplated, Mf*. Graves a we KIW her a few days after htrnmrrtuge.

-i cnHiiHTae 'ing to the pi-ople of thic..ULtry.- '. have 1 n chartered by the I'arli.nneut lo carryn 1 [For the Tilcpraph.] to be ready in March next to go to Quebec, and and to .advantages( are proposed not alreuilv exist la the lirs dush of youth, the world

If the Slonroe doctrine has been recognized as the i wlutl would in t'.u-se' days be culled iillihu>u'riu; j J/r. Ciibu-TIir is a woman in Bibb thence to the Arctic regions. ing. The xv hole proposition is contidt red txtraordinnry xnis. evuti-ur & row'M her, and'we never saw a
oJIer4ticIn The Ett JflIja and 1Iuin1 P.ity Cvuipauks negro and the sentiment of the Cabinet the sunniir smile the beard
I who has one hundred and nineteen diweud- --- -* -- -- -- at lighten free of a bride, a
ecttled policy of this country, what right Las Great re CXaflpiCi.. Tlic r r" of the Uniteti j uuU county, and is yet in the poMte&aiou of all her faculties A NARROW E cirE.-During the freshet in the Fox 1 meeting to-elay, was very decided against recognizing wore joy on* Jan hconie ringfast from the lip of
Britain -c\teud the Laud of direction in the settlement : Statts are asai1ed 1eeau.e a few iadj1dua1 have! cx'c it eo far ns to ask the advice of the Senate. outh and biuuty. .Alia T iiour thjld, (for Shim 'si
I ]>t Mglit-she has teen blind for sixi Yeflra. river, Illinois, a hou.-e was carried off from Aurora
; of American politics with treaty guarantee gcie down iuto: Ccitnl Aniericn to aid Walker. i Sixtr-sevtn of her descendants well herself This treaty luiviug been originated by Mr. Fowrth. a mere: child,} her -dwam"bf bliss wa'of short duration

p from this Government thai the piay exercise it, What would they, then, fiiy of us, if Congre-yi shouMcliJTter j are now owned by a gentleman ,in as this aa with a woman and child ianidc. They were rescued without iiit-triu-tious >f any.kind,and being opposed A w\r nioutha sivnher: hi band branded with

} a conijjauv, the "Tra'usSt Company," for exsmple Another heir county.I after floating some twenty mile to the views of the Admiaittrntion, the Executive s I a feler/a nanii, "flying frvok, (h* aveugjng liw he
thereby makicg ns a pnr%* to a portion if not all the I now owns fifty-two in another county.j .
] -, und furuUli it with men and money to con The of the <_ will probably take the responribHity of disprovicj had outraged, and nvia tia dayitp-.thiaehchCA
name woman is Scn She
cabal of Eughsli diplom&f Washington MW the quer and ho'd Central America for our benefit ?- j throe s1ave inherited by a lady married* was in Louis-one of Mr. Cu.xntra M. WELLS, of the firm of O'Hora t the act of Mr. Forsyth 'entirely.I t shared his exile. *W ftl>l-. "weary"JyUra fth.iv htIcentoLerl AJ-

peril in such a course; and provided a protection I And yet such nIL P-ct would be following the example| i I viTlerJenVrson county, Georgia, in 1801. Wells, Kew Wet, Florida, died in that city on the I f And its that cold and iafepi* .2)lCilUltf '

for 3 against it With special refercnc* to the bel- | of Great Britain in chiirtering anti upholding the; I mention this as a" fact in slave utatiatic*-from 6th instant. Mr. Wells From Wahncton.WASUI.VGTOX -where (sh. ha'onnd .srfiig* 'a i aIue.
I Last India Ccup ny, and enabling it to conquer which-the inference was a highly esteemed merchant Feb. 27. HOUIH luat how her heart ,ha3 ycarue for th un' bozm
hand sinister domination which that country Las j may be drawn, that negroes -Tjie night x.eulpated t |ij:
und enZave a people! five times as nuuerous as tlia 1 hardly and held the office of United Stnte Marshall the Hon. W. W. vTeMi of Cvnneeticut- "where, young ,:'years we're .eiietiii X. the
not in
are used nos
Georgia would
very or tlu-y
.. i.'ereMupired: to attain! over this, he left the warning whole ul tion of die United States. exile
poj.... .__ not increase such a rate. during the administration of Gen. Jackson. from the charg of corruption allodged by the invwtlgating cJm Icnoxv. herwilcerV i ,j' Jut'Gr4 es.
: ioueI abstiin tram all alliances" ; : luck.
- to entangling If fed 1 I Committee. come IfhArfumIs the
you a curiouVity to see the old lady and her
.- :&Tri h European 'powers. It'wa*' the intention of PoIdentPIercc: and Virginia.A descendants, -will take pleasure in showing them TUB VOTING FOPCLATIOX or THE' UNrren STHTE>.- To-tlasy the House tabled the bill to prevent cor.nation cdiiTroury, ,well and guot ; if haonot 're'tiIIMyI

.- Washington that these United! States bould be put Virginia cormpondent'bf Richmond En- (to you, as all live within u few hours' travel of each The whole white population .of the United States reported by the Investigating Committee', x welL But -. wtf 'u

qvtircr prppjases, that the State of Virginia rake, by other.. Respectfully ,. r They also refused to accept the Senate' amendment aiice more: on the hoipe ofhex chUd> o JId ben1ei
into the foremost yorii
rant of nations J.hatit should 21
hajr of be '
; over. years age pminned to entitled to : eyea-'cloae.! death '
individual subscription, ft gum mitScientto purchase RAY GALL to the Tariff biU, and ikod for a Committee of Con !! ; urns
be Oie first la th. world influenced by'nonew vote is about and time frfeadij and th '
power a Southern home; find present it:to him, as taati&Iapprova1f 'Fub- Swift Creek, Bibb county, Ga.Feb. 22, 1857. 5,100,0X, yet votte cast at a ference. th w a
< >onBSbl to" one-4 ooking snggestions from Presidential election seldtm exceeds 3,000,000. The Senute'havo pawed the Post-office bin, with _t___: ; a-is.i. -L._ '
his -
administration of the Government ; -
'1 t:: uon---indepefldevt -even to a fierce haughtiness! Tne N'ew, York an amendment.providing: for an overland mail to Fotani'4v ii-4-WivSiIc
w
v 'Allowing no jfulduncc bat the Irapabes bIts own ,'Ha corresjwDdcnt* to pay one him- j Kny t. A Weetern'editor, oa hearing it remarked San Francisco.- have also pawed the Deficient dera .41.Frth of
:The Aincriean State Council "oMicxv bill-) and
York have
dred.dolhir* a hi >hare. cy adopted a resolution calling the 3Irciigeu
that in .on $
all
Tn a drowning condition recollected jk.isugmaonof
hooor ana !n,1nat1bm-1i.h. oc that circles'! persons
.t
.
resolved to aloli h oaths, grips, degree, Ac., and President for the Kansas eorrecpondenoe hp o.tI U1ti4.Sta ?.I 'Q 1
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Ia ihor gitr&rR; i <5e-M; 'The foreign policy Tm Iffiw TBEATT WITU Mr.xu'o.-In' addition loSoEJTSr have substituted a pledge honor. Their platform the transactions of their lives, wi-hcd that few of WASHLVSTOX, Feb. 28. lie House to-day tabled ted bats thefunzthoga7 ty .

;k 4. o1 Y1ngtdh i -ea ''foiloved] by h:? escceeforath tlie treaty embraces a ce' >ion to the United the extension slavery. his delinquent subscribers would take to bathing ia the resolution for the cxpukioa of Hon. P. LEd- 'ntniln from tnefirsfiiavgaratlaa Bdntot omrmi .

43 Palisi "lYeity. sr.dthc so: 1 l St&tcB. t the* { greater* part, if not the whole* of Lowtf opposes,: r deep water. wards, of New York, aa presented by the "lovteU-i, : m4. Sunday format: W t threi h2 I 0? nor.jIi .

: i ,.a WecoDcejtfi ri wleKJie'formeha.i;! "been mode reel riuliioua is the purchase The revealed gating Committee 5 .. > n '-. : .
Catrnla.1'Tiftee
.has
1 money telescope upon tLc,surface of. LEOBLATIVZ.-Anact rep.caling] tho law egalnt Shnontouand Triplett-we're expelled repor framfl Ot
la ttte lofty dignity wLIch America has Lsretofore and three millions'of thli Sum will goto the payment the planet. Mars, the'butlines of continents ters. 7. ltd
tinged betting on elections has paased the LouLdana Logislatura .oucgoverpjwn,% itthi S.bt4.. .They irng-
cijoy.&. 47 '. -.- I- of the chxlms of American citizens on, tie gov- withTk dull red, teas distinguished by their also I The Senate jiww-d various *IIouM 'Mil- kmong )e l the matter to *i W that (LVdiy for.th* *t(0C
green- ; aa th l Inw
act rrpwiliog whiph rroWMh them that mt.kjng irgu'tn, Gtorgi; a of d1.- 'tnanw cf th ''tfl-0t
V1thii.4.4 the priiw of lha poli y of "Washington! i 'eminent of'Mexico. jih bc: and whl spot near its po et lr H rff.. J li'verv. port full onafinndayM-tbichundrc.iycare ecremonMii of, ta rjpi tlOTw







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oriVedlf' Maulm. BT OIAEIT* SJCKAT; S To ra'-rpTi fftmi/e/or the City ./ Tdla.7in&ue,1fr *

THESE 1It1t"> AiD EjcrnT-TnEii Xckiaxs Exen "fortune -vritJi a rroifinjj face S POET OF ST. MARKS.ABEnXD tn'ftevlytar commtncinff on thcji i! day of A'P'il E. BAfiNARD zr. S

?. ttwK TW FLBJI tr A LU>T AXD SHE Situ.K Strew roses on puri \, in f>e year one thousand eight I&tuthed and '. NTiQ t- S
P, .
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_V.-\ES. The) enhjt 'Ck young l: dr, nineteen Whrn shall we stoop to pick them up? S fifty men. t Orrrer.Tebraary J. 1 67.T WI1L :

: of tIueT1perut1rIt, 'trv Todayi7' j'orr. lo-day. March S.Pear. Wad Pigeon, 0Lcarr from NuN' OTI''I..I 1. Hi it w-daiid y the fnle" the da s'it' "T. f *e nct bl tfrnitr laiJnttcr- But fhould blcir'ttca"v-ltL face SECTION Tallimhastt. )UOPOSALS f'r carrying tht 55
or caro. T Cedar Key Council of fir city ff 189. Mt
:. N. Y.he first And talk from lit July. 1 *?, fo SOth June, AT THU. OLD WtAJfB,
: i tser>' courty cnnse too of OOIP'.D; sorrow, Tlmt} the 1st section of the revenue act of the year Sute. iu
****, 1 55. \ have n dle fbstratnuA'r CX.EAr.EP, route in tbe State of Flori la. and
rjc
rtjslftecricvc the
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..\pril priere xve mist! 1846 be and the name is contained in full force apert > on
.- ; .'ft rm. w Lich she salu got in. accidcni- 7b-pwrrc.tr 'sic k-:2.orrc: March 35. Bark Frances Seeor, Ring Xeir Tort wtta I2T9LslM of this Ordinance.SBC. the timrt herein specified, will o receired nt the Con ; ;
UOCTAJ2
ft IPOV!* Bundle (.f9.et qs.-" coUon 161 dry bide., P IHJV end C9 akuu. 2. Be ordained, That these *Lall be tract Office of this Department until S P. M of the OF TUB ,
If thoe
h wwinjr cvJi, wlufirorge 1 us own their faults, further I.e decided the 25tb April.
[ a niodliun-'ml v HV>H found And IN POET, levied and Collec'ed the following taxes for the fiacal 31st Mireb uezt, to by

:. etTCt tr)2n t'er'c.c t11' 1r&rbF1e 1hz f th fore itir When kindly shrJl pity Wi-'li-te-j pray,itnd forgive F.ark It. II. Gamble, T welL year romaicnciia: on the 1st day of A-put, 1856 : followiac : and Corner of Clinton nnJ Monro
.'u : vrt ti& tfl.ow. 1 a'.l: tutrchr.nts vowling goodd warea *udflt1e1olmmT4 6S60 From Cdar Key to New Orleans, Lo, .
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heLie4i To-dvv mil lore, tu-day. Eric lloral.l. Km>ne. ?chr. Wild rtgno'Letq.* -Upoo January 19, 1S54.
wvtk
: Vt1X1, : ht'rrn.
i1-au Z cy ;; e hunrlre back three times a week, in steamers.
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of centa
tar thirty-five on every ,
Dut: if t-tern justice urgtrcl.ukr Bteamer Ttrnjia, McKaj. a -
ri'pa.rm
.. I rir.d d *
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-, ciAI And vurtnth from borrow --- j dnil.irs ic value of the stock :u trade on the first Bidders: will propose a scbednle of departures i CopartnershlpNotlce.T t f
in the U.-d-f the}; rrin, a l.an1 suUu-'uce. incuvury and will state the Iast tiine in
day: of :1 next us near aa the Mine can be ascert.'lued. and arrivals,
1 Cfl jr v l 10 J* a ruj; inulirtv> the first, I Y.'hcn tlinllwe ihidc-.f aide we dareToiort'c.i' Sea Island Cotton Seed AJM which they will guaranty to perform th.* lIE uuderagnei1 Lave this day catered iota s -
lo (
s"m\.r e. c.-plrTow. thoWHOLESALE.
-Mi l ''- 'ii a i- i.r.t-r. O partnership in
and merchandize )
2 Upon all venders of goods wares
1 ;:'i ( -: iitdi 2V(1(1t, it1f1 If tl>oso to vhomre owe n debt II 'f\ BUSH F.LS of Cae Lnn.i ?tip'e C .tton 6 eOU j (other than Itinerant traders,) who shall! com Proposals- for daily service will be eoni Mred. & RTALDc "

: iiit-M.-. I :W sv i-r. /re )lifirit.d unleo- from Edisto lblan.1, Snth Camhi-a. New York, N. Y., and
: ryp we pay. mrncc business after the first day of April next, a tax 6301 From } ernnndina to : : ISS.
... uhih ': !' :1*'t.t MX 4L?.-, -. Fora1eby G A- J. MEGINX1S3.llarch .
When sliflll ttruislc to be ? I week in ste-mers.
w just of thirtv- ve cents on hundred dollars in value back, thfefe times a
t1. i'.fTii! ..'..on s.ijt] ., IhtiLr l.ad 7 '57. In-4t every under the name and style of S
sabss.lcJ will state
Vfier Tttit i ni'j kT(. I ft-cay. I of their stock in trade, to be. estimated and assessed B.dders will propose a schedule and
... not-d.-; ***!c t fi.i.. !ur debtor fail our hope forthwith upon their commencing business.S the least time in which they will guaranty AMES&LIVELY.T1IEY .

*. !!!< I.- :iv '. UKv.. May .vtb.' ftticuJ And plead hi> ruin thorough, Tallahassee Sash and Blind -Upon fill household funiktire, including gold and to perform the trip.

-' O.VAoj 'i.rhr fcm1 UV-H. on the Os1 tn Wln! *!mll v e w vish )hibusJi of faith ? silver plate and musical instruments, and upon all Proposals fur daily nerrice will be considered.CS62 .
will be to their fntnd
.. thv : r. S'Sli. S'xci] eitircre Taken fivai Th-iwrr.ite lvi-f, to-rr.ci roi-. r hundred Fort Gate lola Like, Fort pleased see
watches, a tax of :thirty-five cents on every From by Orange _
and it the oM tUndof D. II ADJW
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and vfthe' patron
-i Shell
arm' '-. .Kr w.-i. pir- If Lf. o. .n-ntr d, iouM once agft'.nHer rf HE undersigned 'Itn.i r.eL'I 1 >f inform n duli.m: m value thereof. Drane Flemington! Wacahootie, and where will keep fall and generalnuortmcntof .
< the let they
.:!!. .rir::;&: ( 'n. tn-\ <-f ihem Mi. Pond Pond 70 niiles and kick,
4 Up >: all improved or unimproved town a to Long ,
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:i[ a1 JL the tliiit l.e btts tecMsu'eHivd the ahoveit.tflP1' : -
:
2p it. i rc fu-vh. :ud a riu.l.r :itrtly uuicrn&.V& : : tinikihejiLiy, puhl c, hundred dollars value T.eek.Leav LI:41:: Articles appertaining to tLeir
Vi'Lra la1 kin i-vf ? th- of lnhah.f-t-1'e: n-id Wfuld buppnsel tf x of thirty-five cents on every once a
4el- < of :: ? we = proiTcrctl 1'p* in city D. IL AMES.
o. T \ krp- t;:c. lay \\ith two threi.f Fort Gates Tuesday nt 6 t m ;
To-day J.'Mrrc, to-dav. ] t.i nct-ive tbe ulionuguf hi" frifn !s Shop e M. LIVELY.
-.1. .r..i niCitl iu th<> r:. *hial art..'.rity.n { -
5 Uin: all slaves own'd employed in tbe city, Arr.ve at Lo'g Pond next day by C p rn
i.Ik !f.iurd Hut, if pbeVo.'-! I Indulge rcret, r.t te:, hail K"ad Drpot. :I.V.. liDVrEN. I ; or 1 .
j: : *** lyhitr directly* Or cv ell -with yii < rn w, MArch 7. '57.; 10 : (to ')- p-i (1 i f-y tiie owner or c-vne thereof.) a tax Leave Lc=r Pcnd Tburwliy at 6 a m, January_ 1.1650. _
UK I %>- ', r.t ihi ihUr.-eitioa of the deltoid nru.- f < f t'uirv: five ccnt. ca every hujdrc-J 'Jol'ars value Arrive at Fort Gales next uay by 6 p in.Elds -
Whet tl.ill if
tVit.lrC3A; Infiflr.niv.i .ur.ix! *uppurat"n nt TO-JGTrCV ve loz v .t-p t'7FrTL weep ve must? tI.ucc'." to end ct Witcafcontie will be considered.C263 MILES!( NASH' & CO. .
C, Hoes &c
Jureit1.
ucti k o its ttit'fl. :, fwhfvtio Ploughs .
6-I'pon[ a'.l pleasuie carriages, and upon all Ilorse From Jackeonvillc. br Jodiah Lewis, (on .

;.'jov il.o 3 h ft. and from t Irtu't. T.e
-,,- froiu ti: ; Tl.e ir.lr.uteB will] n<>t stay : : on evtry hundred dollars! value thereof. and back, once a week.
: tzrctid . We- ..iwcxtiie 'X (*A 1 I'AINT1' :
to tbtra '
*: viKonit flb' St half Jacksonville DRUGS
S 7-17p-in all Auction Sue! a tax of onu per Leave Monday jit 6 a ra : ,
9 iJi1t' (Ii. t1'tt'si.. -rli : Uc ti! -.r tvcntvat. 7-cF. p.' ; !oc: (n-djl. .:: ;) Ni 5
.! / j < -. :'; :) the jrro s anioui.t ofsUrnti uae Arrive at Trader's Hill: next day by 12 in ;
: -'Y> .iva the 1H irccrt in-i kf ide f Cut car % r.f.er.tKit, s. gry vord-1. 2i) I Ii.( .nd 11 1 ;pLt.;;. *S_? ']_ >_'ea _gr all 1 Uun'ic Agencies, buvinsjor selling er' Leivc Trader's Hill! Tuesday at 1 p in ; MEDICINES) OILS

A'sd tnr > filling! f-envv., t'0 j t'ctrlt c'ir.-'je, draw upon any phiee h'j; or I the limits of Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 6 p tu. ,

u Z :... t 'f vr 'tr, I 2. the i'- Ccmc: ft ;< <. 'r.. if'tv aj'-jcar; 3 AllrsiS:: ; btiiitv ( ute! this S ute, a tax tf tma.? cent upon every hundred do-! 6"534 From Mariana to Ocheese- 2 miles and Uclr, 1TOULD inform tlieir friend au4 the pubJIcihi '

-' ; t qiasr-. TJ.cw c ::llr.utsl :.l t't To-->.';-;.>! /r//t to TV.'ns Eridt-M aud l'i.ntfli ttel 1 ITof-s, i ii riount s-j bought fiueiery hundred dollars in two horse eoache: three time ft week l f tbev hiTe on Land a good. tuMcrtaitot ofino S
-. ,. w.. r i ff October t15th Jut," an.i I twice
: Li 8.utr.t. S'i it> year j renjr from 15th articles as\re generally kepi in their line r>f l sine fc ,
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1'.1. : : 4 t sn ICR! I t n ttt' t5't1ie. L : ) :: te : ascc-mttivtit if such lax a wetk the residue of the yew..CM mud will b receiving regularly frel' tspplita. Theta
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f4... ." It," .*" "A is i"Y sfft-tT si : u. r A iili !r .- p: -,- u the Jlouro of: itp.c'tnthe; A su-ply of! B'jmiar Ftud.rurstkb i ths;! c; /". 15/A October lo 15'A Jur.e. terms shall be reasooabie.Tallahaaaee .

d.. S S S : t ft"t' t .: : p n ri :.'nc2 f.i 11)) f.r 't.e! tf in.-trw 'ti< ifi "G. il J, IIEGli'XISS.: I s T"ricu !.'.! .\fctici.-i of Iiiiiurance Compauie, Leave Manana Moiiday, Wednesday, ai.1 Friday April 9th 1853U..
Tconoul ff :i. Ft rt Kear'wj in r<<'": r::-U", via tar cf two per CI.-L'. uj>on th" grin Amount of all eocinsi -
..... S L.---. T. 'k of tl-t-sii ;: Match 7. 57.O lCttt at I p ra ;
.::., .. :- .' ** ';f-r t-c: jcJO"s'sf.. Hi** st!> |;rof 'Ht r.iv >,T stains. !o U'C east- ->ii-j joceived fi-r and li.rng the jtnr next preceurjsr S Arnve at Osbccsee by 7 p ra ; Hl'UU A. CORLET,

..' ,;-. .- :_ >."..- *: :S. \rtu* Ci.i- ii 144.ij.-1 ilr.i: of Ca/ "5'5.i." < linyr Lskt, ': -- a I the d.te ofr-e jnieit. Leave Ocbet-see Msoid.mv, WeJacjday, and

_. : :. -. r ii, 1iLJ( > fi-'i'iv-e < Tt?, ?:.i>? ri ::T it <*"i.At tvi lU andlroni rues;* : <'.
.;S.. thr: rj '. :..hily:; &\ tliorked from j-wi lliugii y S'S S.'' ;:.S"! '.":. : 'hi-' 15 ? j. V'iyls: I; :- rscs u: W.:1 '. -t.i : S ii Si 1 siztv. SS vt r-1, a Pol! tux of one Anive, at Maii.iua by 12 rn.Fitrn rALtII.tE Fi.
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: to tIt : afyrv :j" I ;tUi 1'r. J .> k-*% 'k'e '.f; ('ii" Mi.!(!' (_' '. .ft: C.nrt, in Ch-in-: ,
":_. : :ic'ek19e.Li.et 11:e sun: of ?_ .v."t i-s i3<=i '! "I.! I. C'-tini'H't!: :nd John Ii U.-i nil FitC.. r<>'J! ?i1l.weenthe.lI e' : l''t Junt /:' uh t'r.3. Jatltary I" 557Br 3-Iy

:; r.ito F. rt Yui.i::. s.i the inoath of OUo river; and i IA. II. t> vapo. SldriJn !'. > i u'. 5;.-. h.-, u i jkn i ftHi.. I o'! !**'! ty one :-ni tilty ye:.rs, a tax cf t.rj .dollars.i Lave M.i'-an: i TurUay md Friday fct S p re ; ;

t ; ., v.r :"uil until $:r vii fwr the -strict'":! <>f a w-at'"n r-i from Catrr. Tir- .-. : ....' -Vlt-;.-. i v, ill s !i :.t mb cicr i 12_T"p-jij : Fie C-iI irtd Females littween the Atrr.e at Oeheee l by 10 p in ; )Miles H. Nash
Je :; "ess. 'J.c C li-rau.t itCS ol twenty one and liity \ f ars, a tux of five dollar Luave O.hf-esec Tuesday and Friday at 8 a m. ,
t .S j.S. ::_; \-h< :. tl.cre- ibrt lad. pen : *, w c, to < \ f H CiisL l 1p'C: -rt iim-u dn .r, in t't :
: : : :. :- : : rr4r. c5y of Ti1ifl1pt.A. ti M tnht'r b Apriit't. *. or after anv.iJ r'1 n-.ait from Apalachitfiia; ovrEC.s a is rc.oEs.3ox.-.i. KCS.TICES TO THE crrtzjn orTALLA3ASSEE
S I IS: -Upon every Slave p-Micly! exhlbifed for lethe Airive 81 'Sriiima by 2 p mt. j S NotltaODiXGCCct&T.
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: J" tL5v e! ud i.alr- OtWttb '* t <-'mue 7iinn StVP
S tS, ::.'S' S, : : ..: 'ti:5.i'i or bro- AtIT flLt ?AI::' -T;:& I ill to I (5r4'a4' t pt J"'in.' ill oil AR'"LES. Ji, juaater. S wit..ia corpijr.ue limits cf ti.r> citj. ttaxoffitirdollars. 6555 From Pn>s.C"Ia to Gri--rivj.Ie, Ale, 10 gnii.n'l.I 9 with Dr. u! Nah imnce-Jistelr esitof tl .

"- L c t" i tho ]r.rro tr\. c rrf of the army ilassrtl the SrisatiTtcd y.T1 Match .;. 1S5T. 10-Zv? brk, tvrict- -x trk.Leav S OFFICE "- .
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t.: > t Lfit the rlznel. Thit there tLall Lfli eusac'jla and Sam
Stv-. 2. fur i ilucdny TburrJcy tt
ii.Tt.a v'/u l.r.lfc. :allli-'is "ihr
; '.. v of 3ir. c i inquire % May 19 IS5. -,
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:::j- -. .... f ..:..ii: JT : Uiri S ITr-dcr U < T r: i -i--f a si/arj" will 1 ,I<\ 'iti p'ran :i levied arid lh-cted the follt-win LidM'p Tai.e3 : ; |
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: 1 I < "s'i- '. :Vrti; r.i."yi : iu> BruracL'T 4 .< u.tt.ITE iO. Tiii.. i > ._1. _, 2.J.1 j 1 1-Upon airetvT3:! spirit'1.--us "r vi-iows liquors Arrive at Greenville next Vedncsdav* an 1'Satrd j MEDICAL NOTICE.BS. :
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f h :; ; *- J'7t\rior si 1c j ay
; ? f ? < : r.e fl' i.i 1 V1 th liur incr< ie p'V < fiiii I rir difr g *n ia3 >; 5.1.1ft1 .- I I. fi : a Oti... jirtimi .--i'i- -ii.-. riveu bt 5 lum tot d .I.ars. Loare tiicetix-i.le: l.!.>r.dur- ouJ! Ti..i.-kisj nt S BUE'SOUGHS
; % ( "- tw a .1:11': Pi i.f Ct-' .'i ti' ii f fir the : all B5HLai\I; ; TJ.L- : :! K-.v"n5 A"v>,
S trvtrd '. tnd dtetd iivihe ; ; colanel. ? . .L1r i>: ..v1 ty (i./,..:s. ;h- >':iif s::i.: r.ote not rerollrrtv or Ten pin Alleys. t-cl.iiou.iy: :; eoral' .J, u3ed (r lure, Arrive rt Pen acolr. next \7edtt- Jay nsJSat-
; tl... : : located hi Taliaho.-ee orers
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S : :- 1. I d. tcnciti- it. ia ,tweatlive doli n?. HAVING
:.1qre ,. --_ : s-ni t.< t to par eohpqaiticeot n tax i i.rday by p m.Ei
fl1 t"jfrl at ij-.T >rala xill r..9 t tie 03I i
S -li TJ" < seri-.ctA > puL'L'c.
\ f ;, 5 ] > .54I j 1 .. .i. '55i:5e: zti'e f.:'a-t of e..jtS Ii .-, JAS. il. CO'JKtJadidi 1 t:-:I'u'ia c-'f.j'; dray 'r car*. u-t-J f .r Lire, it tax rf Usrs will tiame ntermeJuto potru*. Pro- a opoait. S
-tni 15'.li, 1' Vt. w1u*i I ..ATJJivd; ?bc sheik's vrtge Dr. fl.roarifb! Drug: a.oie..
1 p. tr '
i-.. Ha. I-Iau'i' 7, 7 7 10 2wXdVifip0 <. fiht fjni.-are. pistil for weekly ervice, with longer runrin -
t-3il "f 2iivJ.i !sn in teh ; Dec. 20.1825. -5c
,d tLre
j jDr.
:: used I-JT
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: four Ltrse
S---- -S 4-Upon even-- two or Trtgon ? ; ttrre, will L-c "n-1dretI.)
1 :;: ( : f tt! *! *! um V.'inierwerdu's
ft i. 1 : Itna x.An :4wi13pzr. .
i.3 icr 5 } r.SI: .vty ii.ck or public cprrniro ted fur t and 1.). i il.; iisch, tn P.i.lIs.vsv5s'\ tttt J tack, I\7. G. McDONALD
:; rr ill te sr 'or -i ;t-- t f. j sir ertJiangt- writing upon il-ls pafijeo:. .".'s : ; : : fttr it.5. he in !erko. .i ctTS hire, a l.x ofigbL i dollar, cicept hacka and carriabf'onjrinir once a veek.; ;

t- Thc Biaji'rity wf r ad't* ia Jo li.lnl. that iK-il- _' tu ti'i- llii.Jii ._' < t mil.; < (7jrivn eo'jwtv ; <; :4 to public livery "tables.b : !Ud'lri trill tale th-j distance, and! projw a MfTICELLO, FLA.

fl.: : ; t'e. lug can Lcraor.Sfl.. !' t. i. i.. i:, t.c! --.i'- if V/.i. U{..ju e\rr% pulilic Uvery StaV.e, a t ts.x cf dV .5 *c!*f h'Te of departure* uad Rrrira.li.SSE7 \ T1 LL attend with assMuou care, all eases e.

.-Ic". :V-.t'1 thec rt' j ; ; ; i ut of al! tindiiT "o.t
.r: : : 4 : I !:!u.S. : an.n r..akv tht-Ir Lr--a til: 1 Tier, t: 'Tc i iS = r.i if.cr i;. VoKLVI.'Y.M 7-Jp-.n t-yc-y Ha-iker and Pedlar enuisg rood.w.ues .-, B'uIF, O5i 1 tack, riva week. OfEc adjoining that vf Col. Diworth.S .

r; ::'. ;. :- .. :S. w.rr -* f.milv: lx.-1'.cve. ; :i -. t :. t!:<- r Ii' j. -r.'rawi :T' h 77.: 3'' -tuInsolvent attd i.nu'i.nil: iso *-soeut f.r tireiJu. of Bi.i-ies trill t't'. th.. .! -; : -. snd propose a March 22. 156. 12-lr P

ir ; h. flS iLi.'lL.!] ; > that: < f :"' :nc paper. Th : <-i r. :S clsvts and :.tiia ->. a lax of! MKJ hun IreJ d >iirtr.b .- i_: -

L. : < f x-rij" *Is > :iv I--: ?, i ut !:: vas. It Mftas tit r. jpiira :..i.r *' ot ; .1 t>':l<-!:' r *..VIT or P k'n 1er 1- Estate Police. .-Upuf. a'i vtndv-ss oi I Li tt tirs '1 i i-l.-.ti, a 'as. of <,;:SS Frnm V.\c..b.i _.C. '. y IAOJ Ft'rtto Atseaai :
:rt. "r/-i 1 v Hr> >ri* u iiii 1 mtiTt .'f ih<.n. re tn.3 iL C'Mj'i' '. .1 a five dollars at.d nil retaii of *
lit-art. A tu: tt.er ; -r -Uet ? ; is pirl ou or MC ua i Ou. t'.J miles aud back. if.we s. wesir.Lta .
.. ;, :-.. a"l 'i <'fiiw3i vfcS--L !jafi Ixin in the anchor: si niTi.n _"!< S STATE OFFi.OH: ) IDA. ) iiqucfd a? r.f>irt>ad. all ke.-jiers biluard tftbles. or : ;e WttLSotit Fri lay r.t 9 a rr% ; S Auctioneer and Commission
JEI-TIIUbO-N; CoUXlY.f c
uf T a kTg tafit1. Ti; % TIS iiiisvtsi 1tt si:<; rjrt <>:.". nor :iatv -, i>"r :tn uaforvfix-in onv.An : bow'in? or ten pi.i <i-\8, ai;i kepeis! of *very dray 1rcart. | A: live r.t Atstan Oti-> zt day b5 p -n : V 1I V A 'Y r't 9
-: '.rr -j in ti'tW KIITO LIn i. *vi-jcatj! from nt etlltr mu-t of !'wt *iT turn LUU-K. iiiiout! M. H. .IIf\i. sLi.Tir; sitth :: L- l1V' c f "r! b.rwa< !), "r hack. trc.rri.e public j I.ejv e A:4' ..'. Ol.S ediiebJi at 9 a tn ; U S

:t ure' : 7 Tmise. rv !<- the nui.lit 1J<. i"Ti! :<'t 'if a Jsypoc.ii'e; armore ; \ .s: <>fK : ;': J'e trt-s. :.t. oi! Duvid \VooIf. luteo: u-e'f f-ir h'-ri- : afrsttd-afl J-etpti1' of iir.ibi I Arrive a' Vt.cau u i.; next dsy Ly 5 p EI.I TAR.AnAi'tEI:, Fia. Sept. 9. 1655. 29
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nfl- a tt thc rS oth .ji-rh" hiMf! Jff r----i e ":;r ;:. -5.ciss d, hm tllu-d jD tJj ProbateS ha.1. .! 'i-i"- ult of
than a iiu'band c "ii i \ i t > Ii i V --: -s, K -rsan v-> ; v -n-irra lottery PnjpG6.il3 are e i f >r stn\i\ weekly service
: it; ; 3i t3i: Ho Ti-t cqi.-"e i ini-elf in nfl! thi. he Oo. i. n- iinih -" _> fj! !F-ii.1 i nv. n M png f-ti< 's tint ticket shall. tiider j or.ally vi di>ube! the Us i in cu.-c I I i iu t'.voh'irse CCM.-LLS. a..) r unJ trip to be
B.
i. -! is ii:?;: 1:> i 0 *..: i.f k5wn.r \\Jwn, in clect:: ? thr ilfourl.ts yf otieras in i.n<:rLni5.1 u. 'h--- .. '- '' Divid Wv-oif-; ieittu.veut. 1 o.'iailure. leioro their veral av.iu.tmno.& Ci'.I.ic", <
J.TII rv5r Jt c; ;I" ,-cirlT" e.rirrr, ** it AK>: ? f--vi, t'a ;'i r '*' b *:u-r wav f .r h'rtiit\ Ti-! !"'Z.' ei- gi n tu nil p'-'nnt Lavitg a .if'te-td: ui.iv be ireued. Kir' Ul)' ri the : service ts) c-KHrr-eace at Li : P, nd tvillalto ; _- ; c tezz: .o r S
e r: : I jit: L; 45.t # he -f from : CIKII v au.it f--. bu't! : r uiii i fiietr.e .nn" obtain !Ii- a
S ''h*' ii'it-rt i.1 K.j:! 'rrt'k! v, 1. ijisvrhh i-> ipp.-! piiyiiiint r Si ithitas.ei levied r.s ufoi esittd!, ? be con-iJi-red. '.ND: t.
; S.: ...i: ue4. 1ojg1t ;., J'fl't-( 1 I I'' ii t'.v' < Saul c otj <,r le- ; :
V."lm'r iu
: aftor ct.lrr.ji. :iai.d K* rnficatlot =. M.nty ese S') to c\j from the Liter:du t tj b? countersigned For forms if proposal 1, guaranty, and certificate ;

1 i brS fU<:e e'5tole:ally V.:! .-> JM> ditcrm i : i.'rt- the i-'c ti "I I't-Cffr.hcr :i-it. v. !'. tI.tri: Wi.lIt i h- tl.e Tr..isuier, itii i f u.-Ii i.e"nr shall iri be ii=a-d S K'SO. icstracti.ins. rjjJ r quretr.eafs: to be embracsJ COMMISSION MERCHANT
: dt'n a tf te f ffriz th-an hncry hiof cuIIrtrieiiik ) a j 'i> iaa *r b 'f 'ntifiiie funds belou uijj to ft-; fh'irur prod tl.an uiite.. -
in
'r*- an & iiu- j a ia: the cotttrr.ct>. soa this .jvertUerue'.t! paujphUt
tj omd uf h- nrnifit !h cr. ii't- '-, tlui *i-f: tt 'nttL'hM' TALLAHASSEC FLORIDA. 1
iam SHItatt. < 9 u\l\ eiuws. "ttSicr tuna circuj.-vs 1t ,
S Jia tii- : w -Ua eq'IcbtIan form at the pnr.ripil rxist i-rli %ea, aud a! S -SPieri.ri S :JSP !bc -aid V.'L.J ti.i ii. A:> .t wv.. ill ff pv f. r hisnaal t-xUi.: U'>:. c. t-ix: "! five d.i1.ra: a.id on hi! <'ircni -c>-i or 1 tscmmt of Janujrv lii. iS'*. July 19. 1356. 23-lj i

tt1i: -': ( : ') irt : v. '.nu". r mt cfr'harirja u e ;> i.. i. rnun <'k i s--.i: etu.Ul.. ij le .ria:. cxiiibiu.i.is. a tax t f tt i dollar shall! b<> J A 11CS CAMPBELL! _

i .3 Ut I ci'ILv'-1, vhli J't-ll LLtEt.-\Vii T. '-h'-rraO, f rnicrSvt i"\l l. ."- I ( 1vir.i snd c-i': ft-d { .- i -< *! esi.iuitoi: : a licence tuT I Pjstmajter GtLeiaLj

S .- .!- >f trV3T t"-t a: w. !i til J.ITp"Haa -' flI.4? 'ifI v"ie-t<>r. Va. wi- j.-- jii1.;: appoint >1 ln-ry o: !' "& ,I 'rjjc.t 1S T :i-if..r>ri7ewhlcli rut; lret t.- .1' t-ri> : rr.-in the IimtnI Febraa-r. 'i,.;. S S 1Juct S. S. KHIGET,

I _.- in *1 Is r.i: >?*. %.ti r. fiha if ua.' ia : vt'U.tv. Ka ir'a-, : -. ih- < 'T)5 <.', art. < n>v. ) :r. 1";-9-n j rL.tt: find c< utitiTsl; iied by: tl.-T reasi'rer, uu !er a ptai j S AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MESCHANT

!r.i-.y l.-t n r'tT.. 'o: s !l ..it r<
f -I:: wi.- :, < 'wiry "i.ct r.Rllror.ofjJifrt1 .- l at.J-rcc: ," Ii :1: ii iI.t-)4 h' c.ve thy Lime or iai'S3 -I'p-n[ r.ll itinerei-l trader* v hi> s'.rll t.'"> good!; I TALLAHASSEE, PtOEIDA.

i 7 tvns h a i cu rkLi rhutih -rra >,l lva= n 1 ra w.r3-d! !.:.-l.otut e S wares c ni-rch-nd.zj! fir ee in tii! ? <.: -. Sirf s'.nhhe Fresh Crackers September 1. 13C5, 05
HAKUE'-S' r-'i'.t I.IMHofM.re-!
caof ainn ii: UL Jr T l.o.p I.RS< !". c M' TK- I.t.refirvith ; rtf5 ; : :.t S
s
hi? tth' T..r.ity. levi vl nnd c.nleited a iiit.f h-.u.ired dIbr
pirsi'nsiura ; m.e ;
; 05 ii f. i <-ii- !.>w fir eacb. a n.!-. Per Bark R. 11. C/jr.i/r, fro'.i/ .Ycv YbtL.I -
of Center !nt .rc.-t. .' :.r.-y : i.I :-ty-itry titan tfei :- f-.aU'; ', that p-rt" a rf .*: !:ivff -i qiui.'v. I and a license so to f-li! sliall fiNe Lf dotuined from the VIILLIAMSCOTT

: tf." r' : *v- r--iii.* I* ; pri j ..!is ji Mlr.c-5; iithI i t! f ""v .' t: JUiJNV.) RAYSOR. IndcitJant as aforesaid; undi-r a penaltv. in case cf DULti. Sinvr CrackeM, i ,

: : I-t'1NEfl. 3!. D. !vr v.-hii i.n <-pp.ry': t. i.alify &:. a -rtii', ; "T-'cl-.e Di'*>? soi.ti east t'f 11-Jflictfl.( ). 4 failure! s > t-i 'I.1 >, ol"a.. !" b'e tax \\t t he iT.v; >*<1 1.sVr. 1. I O Vtcr ATTDJJ &I V AT LAW, -
Ttb. -22. 67.; 9
-- ?>- :,ni d'l rd Mr. h'-rrlru"- 'ta; h'riT : 4. L .' fur S/S. f'riliiitnl. That every T.i 5 Better MONTICELLO

, .9fi.1?; cr of n Fnize. Ti.ivr.i; 'loop nlmort' be ae' imi W S S g1rr&tv pi'-.. '"''lore rur"i! ?uc-i ? -ii-i1: is i'i tirtr. -. 5 IhTSti'tlri. FLA.

VirtL3fl arrri i VL'ry Li N3ice. al evt-ry non re--i-lo.t: Deit[ ;. t, before mm.i': > : -Ja Circuits : JaTj R0.1SS3. SO tljaa '

I I E .rL-Th' character.IV'ET'K. .4 IrL I".3: l..ili: ; ." 'it-iti'k: aa5nt ii eitat rf> his j rofe-niou vtihin tii lit.uts of this citv. sh. ll pr.-: !:L [I. tHRP.Y.Fob. : : .
;: : f ISi' ir, .- Ie r- KICOAKD T. UrSCKETT. C1US1.E3
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i1 J" -- --s- % .Tii1.: T f1t ; J.:1ft-i5ci couiiy. ( .S a tax of ten dollars! t.:, I t.Iu a I: "-nfr.m II': Jr 2::, T.. ""-" % DOWX1KO"
: : .r .ftht.3.rfthe :k f j.ti5rji >S.T. S.
:: ." .r ". in -vht. OLj, ii liif Jr I 1L'.LLL lf R n. <. '.Zi- ME>:I'-'> -1 1\* '-.':sea, ;>v ( .-.L-.l. will f..ht: t..Iice that tlifV 1flt. p'v-ait UM..MIprescriUd t-ndiiit, : stud !upon f-iih.re: or refusal Si> to d'>, chxll: yHotieo. BIRCHETT &DOWHOfG, i

it: -- '! ..t Vcr: 'S < th iUxieai* e-jK-r.il. I). Jn-iqnin KHH-!, .1io. it t bv l.-.vr. <'r tin- uwiioe v.ti! i lit ]>! : ] in U.uf .- fcicr.; 5. br itfurtl'rOrd .i-n-l. Thut i1!' 0.'dnnr.C; "T7'O"R weeft date I haIl apply to the U<>
ri- ..K.s]; once lh Lit Lri of his Lruixsr. r aL
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S --. ';. :4.- > .: fn m i>:- Itou! < n the ild.fcLd'V ;; vs. i- .:i lii- e aiith r vi h t1. pr.j vt ota pro- t1ir reC"Vi-i-. : ,,: '. i..I:: t -. i. itiht
S >rd tvl>i Li avi i i r ilatt!"- hail icfj !..iiuT.Iu. t.iCU.i--U t/tli- U n'.Ivl Mi1-- .n i- tinjitxioaaua- > ate Jure'-y ,ii .sineii to ui 'av: iMiceduxte jvixrc atid t1-amiZ:) of! this Oidiuw.ce, he nn.} the Hani art and decree f r the sale uf the i'owmn : V.'ASHINGTOX CITY.

tioa i1... r-ali/-1'1. nUrto> iti.. n.Icter. >d to r.K.< ru.n 1 ; l.iiiJbtliinipii to the e tuJe of John Sever, deeaed.tsi V\7lLL practice before the Court of Claims, and
'! I Le a *ljJ -!.tOSV :!i. Il-xie.in i public. : TAYLOR, Atr.rb pit-.et1 lii--v Ctnncil, I'.n.J npp oved this twenty-third it The S. W. of the S.V.. of T, claims before Congress and the
S i rf.ijj f-T 1 r :iiara: >fa. : >ry, r.d *j>-wn -y.-re ar< U5od. WarJ'-s i Gfn. ilan
: longerAJCII lie \\ili prof v.l llr fiiy to clit UitdstA. I'. EPPES. Intendait.AU ''es. To hi sold for the of 2S 133. 20A'
S I.re:: re. .Lrir.. re1* ly !. a lAI or* ire* more or payment ,
3 t Ptnr.iEs Ih-rt Cltik.BLACKSHITHIHG.
t. SSi' irid nxt tbtt 1t.- \fiyM.n un-ov. the dielw of sai J tetite. -

1: 1. 1 5,vA m,.si K>*.,I-y in irii-.tl, and that lir SS-S-- i LL pors"'i h fl-h3.r ItL1'O!< srn'nst th! ? t-staf-1* F :9. 17. .itt) JAMES 3CVEK. Adui'r : PERRY AMAKER,

w K LI.y' ItrH Ixxu 1 urni !;. her ysrn L-uiv. In a j.kcf 35Lancs Worm Fpccilic; ; .: \- of B L-.i-h I ':<-< !<.' 4.! will: p;< rnt them to Fcbru.irv 2S. 1S5T. 9__.iw S

; 5h u ar u>*- list'sljm.iTi l .r.'>s vre k4fl.- S.; uicoa. iitiro.iJ.. CLice. w! < : : d! : t: .iM-v-'ii to i-rttlr tin1 & arr.TL-.w,
S rr.-a'.ir.i.D uv FLI MIXG NEXT PACKET FOH
p K: K LJKLtIY.: Adntt'r.il .
f tpr ihv aht.i eiri, :inJ tft kt1-! SStfltS S TALLAUASSEt. FLA.

: Twa> Jin: j r r"iK v< i o u >o fu-jiid vliu h ere reo- : r* The foliow.csr. from a cu ;f nwT thow the ii ernan.ILi't ititici'il-i. F-b. "i.57. ftUw rIIF firm of DflOKAW t: CHARLESTON .S C.JPF. May 21,1S53. 20

orr.5i.-l r. tho vu 1 y ilrx T."i.rJ.Tii thlirtS1tmeJh1e: hcrtWl lieriv it l.a l.vefl -4-!; I I'lTTrf Inning ?;e.n di H.I- ,

< .'j'ii:. i,. wi'o iat l* th carcli f <;:nd::birr dint itro5 -1 : Notice.TMl '; i veil, the ulsremtrimesl notiitfS his tjlE I brit? iiEtiALU, 1ene mabr. will EDWARD M. WEST.

kf S *r'ltiu.-; iliy \' > i:M. tl.at :!..eff- tof Mr- Itocr.. Tii,ra Co. J'a. M_rdi 3.>. lO.. urtfrom ts I t-Id: euatuiiicrand, the pibiio t; n *rally, that he btu 155 J'>!low Brig Tnnta for above port. Thocehttviig
1lAXV/EI.! inivii.
1 e S.
r prC wiSKii well forward.
War 1 had .*-a"t!! 1 un.:. TJ ; look 'f ><.r .ru.k. >1-iLS.. FLt..G JJttfi". iritiJvmrn .-In eti qucn'- _t-/ iii nii'dii-iiic. thf) c'i iitx: ieret.fre txiiin I Mativ! jui.mgf..i'.iit with D. O. Vie.i. byihub: he e-'ttan t .hip to hurry it Attorney and Counsellor at Lair, S

r j>ii-.--. <>f ."r--ti-. '.m.liT. ai..3 <".v-, tend itLtrSW t'i* yr>at "fu>*j.ii iof jour V.'orra =t'Ccif.it: i tV1 1 I1LC. : L-f-t'.vt' tin"i!p ?. i>r-it.'p tiitrebv! seioive.L- I t.-'s ij..' FUU[t-> f.na.er.y :jc upkd )by }him, under the For freight .r p-iss.i je apply D. t Pott.
LADD. ,
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TL< riC'tii<:i.'1 i-fiii.- !fi :!.ar4 ),!?:.Id! in tliu FLb.,37 6
I.,. i \.tt i- i.o S; ;;, :,".,,H-irui-<- .f f l a111: y }<-<:r firaariii'ir. 1.1 f. rm-r, N. V., S A. iVrrv Amulv-r. :!!.q} fir c.,ie-t! :; *" April, 1J56. H

"'- .:':'A vs-.lt. L i :. .. > n: 4 tL* LJ-:. r : nlltd.tlns 2 i.iii5 iUi y.tir L11, t'I ii u.) i.i 1 riu-i iif tlif inJeriguci. pfr iM 3 ii'i-r>t-.d wi.i j buecuke I >.i VwJjt )

*: '-.. V' f>nid: Covered vtl: ?I.r.-! pi.t: J--X. the! !/-.i.i'T- navment.: JXO. H. TAYLOR. rud i- i..'\v prt-pared lo execute all woik dine in GARDEN SEEDS .5 FLOYD & HOLLAND

U3i"i;: -was j.-o ibsTsd .ni a uat it. tU( i'j.jM r ]>!ut < f From tie )osiOrf 'es f f kai.l rj> ''-ifit" in lIi'; nflttV; S ;. Tjiourr! : MAX\VF.LL. i tLeir HI-J rf Lusim- \iz.: GROWTH OFTE 185*?. S

Ii !" -.-. A nshir.t't.enrvh *'?!e-2 the travof S t..rlj.Ml. tlitrv rouM If ,. ii.l a:1i1Lu3! a larpiii.nlJt>, il Jo F 1). S, :;;. ii.lt : //Dr.N'ihv'inz; Ironing mid lie- would call the Attorneys at Lavr.
\ Kttmtion of friends
and
Li--. '. :. .*h r | ;rt* < f"li1 ?'<>l'v.'S 1A i4 r.ot frum i'r' l'al a a-iiL If our 7"JLI practice in tie Circuit Courts of ITiddl
\' > th! rii'K.'Ti hsi t. i rtJ.l ol or 'ii<'t, .S ,.oSI w.'otI i .otn'rlatl a 1.Pr'o 'T tOI.ifr1t !1t1 tt'I' ITotice. ;i t/?} \ ]>airi.g Carriages and litttri ( : the public gener.i ly. to our present Large and T and West Florida, and ia the Supreme .Co art S

tii. \ > v-H! tvil. '. tl.s* ste J h.i4 Iii f' u'.Iv do ,>. i i i gt:5555 1 JLaT.rn.r'r iCftrK of ; well seki'tcd Assortment of S
v. .at i itni.n?. Ith'.nk I '.--uMi.uU-: i t3 your 'd :iTae V. i i of the State. Also ia the District Court of the United S
r i L: .. ? i l.ff f or v 1 urr.t, they -rr n* > xtsfi: !. Votir-. rt-hLU;, V M.! M. MAU.oK V, i O IX moi.ilm afti'rd.ui- wi.i j:r-itit to tl.e: H.'i1v I t'i: n/ ufisrritilion, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. States, in the Korthern District of Florida.R. '

,5_..: -r4f1 4i f.:1v char \\ E. I'OBTI. k::, ri'hte (5.tt4. of L.eOH (.tLttttS t/ niutt. ziii.dzrit.trtt.r i.-7 J. FLOYD. Office
i 1'cr ; Xdi.lro.iv; c: rrpnirins save, 1onir.sYi\ :- Our; Seth> ire procur-tl frma a Cold dim ate, nndCi'D ApalnrLrcola! Th.. S
r .''.-, >> :, r. tr"r"aUjti! t..rli' !SS I'll- M'l.NK'r; > itfirs] i>* ,\ : ii the tsinte of Matth! *>w j equentiy will rl"Ufi ii ti.e better in a warmer one, D. P. HOLLAND, 0 c Quiaey. TU.Dec. .
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S S .- ,'.. .-. -lo v-i u iJ.ird vi'v. inS :s r' pcreh.rs w IU! K >'ir< Tul! t" n k 1 S r'ttaisa .1. Al'it-n, r'i >a-'!. n'.i I at 't c' tirr r.pjily! fur afi gru ('l: t such a oui*. T" Call : ur end > : ..:: : CKJ.rriiTK:!) % KRM'! I'Oi;. mrrnf-rturod hy el d..1.ar&t f, M the! f.t.t! r huir.i-.lr.ui.- i.f sniJiif. and: in f.ict every oilier dicription! f f work mnde of the \aiicrir iy desire.
S T: ? f?' rttit'v&.ra. AKjther Vnc' is1 r.-si.ar.- S' U G. ALLC.V.i' I| Iroti' and Steel, nil of which we WARRANT, and pledj! ;.* that von n: *v secure \ou
--- ; AMES & LIVELY. WILLIAM S, DILWORTH
1 I 1 a- < <.,!;'..<.<_ I" M'Vr3 ;r'nl.i.- \r1tCe. : i-i' A I i our-lves to pxecutct the sht'rtst notice ,
iner tb. LtJr. .' F4. ) _ t January 31, 1857. 5
11!:.. I" ;j. H. Y.. FITT Attorney and Ccssseilor; at Law

: T : ;:: -:. : sory t..1 ::1:'i.; e: .;' ,.i .: e I ?I r, ) ut ceivedi. I Fc--i. 14. !?-7. 7-1 y : ,

:; s jif Z'. W(4L* 3.j1 4 t tLt tiiiv. S [SS ; :.!.', 'S ; I : i New Books MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.

-%:.d rtfrv.r J aVl* rkIjr- ': : atcr- i. Fsoi : ; o-k. r fuzct. eiI r ft5 tw TLsT received, n l.irjre aortiiiiitf.1 sf 'TILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit -

; A' :U '- fl7 b'I t4v! 13i1\.1 tt I :: ;; 1 ivLiOvr ili-iclLne'HH: D, t ks. v>nt\rn\ tnStanl.ird i iS 1' and Tho and Lowndes
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05..' ( rz.tl: S ; : !; L';. C1: fL4r. !!! -1 with II County
: tk ,.viii ti.f cuife r.il b" u-: i-rs\j: t.r.! in.- nrranffen'ept UcrLs. Prose, Poetry uul liiiancea \> March
22. 1856.
S, t'r: a f< f : ii t4Ji 4 of r. rur.E S 1 LiV.ll.U.siKluin: _ S 1 1 IL 1'iMrt! t.. itO! ol a- .- i.f his Lsksiiiith;! L-ip with all the recet (iuui.atons! : 12-ly

':. T. Li 4i t" t.e ; v1.t to v, J TTUITKUtliiT, v.ff uf J. Jackson "WklU-Siur-t inf:* nnd iliiclrcl'i's Unitet! tates.I LONG & T

: .; j-raf.-i:. 1 1; JtJjorItauiisanncr:; : "Tvllt I 4aterf.fl Liz'. 1: : J3Ciili: IlirVy in U.e2t-li j --r "fj 2 !:<..>;:,.:u u'.it. of his did customers. P. C. AVILSOX.j I Motley's History of the tcteh) Kepub'.ic,just pub- GiLBRHTH, '

'T ha& Liti'r .t Vi-g j tor cge. JLra.** "* j i _IVb.JJ.: 1S57. 7-lyi S lishetl. tTTOREVS AT L\Vf, TALLAlf AslE*, FI&.

Stn 3.'t .' : ikt Le: j-ect the lr&.ati ; Tluf Ipisttw of jilety tir.g'.t ia ohn.t!: v .l nia-lo in early en.J !, :; C.tkb Scotch Ale, fiiuts, Ahison's: : Continuation rf S the History of Europe \ 1'A. LOSO 4 J. B. G ALBR AITH have suocii1 -

<- ty hive :::altr iC'i J}. nlilUs."T.1I !; la v.n iwj ri.m on 2tr Litrt. A cli.M;
tira 1 m farrai.! with: prvr.t i.r.mVr C'HinU', 'ie jrovr in Iff-a l-e k nc.l h'ut.I. voinsn, e-.t-r i A-J Per "WJI. R. PCTTIS" from N. ORLEANS : ;7OITLD invite the atf iiti >n of the citizens cf Ah'xitt'b and Scott's Vsi'olooc| : B >nap.-.7t<; Theirs' will attend the Courts in the iliddl Circuit,tfc. Supreme r

of J.rai. LP M-S anKat.c jn. and tin.1 1 w.stll irw.kwarup revly n ymui.irt; w.th Uu1 affli.ttmJ lo o-wi'ribuU-1 tKfI I ( A CA:: I*. Sides.: this and tta aJjuiiiing counties to histools. French Uevo'tio'>; Gibbon's Konie ; Hume afl.l t Ma- Courts j nd the District Coortc of the United

a tivma* lot:: a< ;.n Jadlau caa 1 L* f. uudt I Ii ]>jiir, >< 4Sf ll < nr.K-.n-! 11r. -1!" unill ii<-r-il witn lli | 1 U 5 Hlids: St7r. S canley's England. Srd and 4th \olumes; Rolliu's An States at Tallahassee.Oflace .

t'. J'i'-.ii. i <'. if tiV O iu5:. M. II Cbjdi: ii vei'r vf Ir inI e.rtirtz'.IS t! 2 1 ii-r
:.:!i .-i-s-J! hr I 1 Hhl L-ird ( b;i.I i. : (:ONS1siiG OFIfK11S Pres--i' rdiuan-I: ami Isabella. Mexico, Peru October 28, 1S54. lr

i r.xi: tr..I.: -. .v steal ju.-. tn; f.-on th VLit --. t t.r.r 'Lly A' hi' vt's oit : n1 beIoeI I -Hi H'ul-i. Fn-tiilv Fo! ir.IVr Philip the 2nd nud Miietllitni-ju:, fluoell"! Modern

in eny imi.nrr. a flOth& :t< a'lJ kn.1n.i 1 riCal U' rk:, TI.o Works f ----

** A4c tJio: j i if tin-v rws'mixT the fi u4 tt Ash Inda'! IlL SLie hrwl.'Sa larji* circle of r.IjiU. i'. i! Feb \ 1, 1 s57 7 Bggiei without Tops, -71 Lord Bacon, Add-on, Ooldsmith, Jrvirar, Scott, Dr. A. TV. DAVIS, D.,0. S. ,

Holi-iw." Utr: 1 sn.1 cany fri.Mvl* who itl 1 Inf-u ''in5i"fto!: I Dickens; Irvinq;* Life Wnsha'Kton. Sf>arL* \Vasiinirton -
Jit will Iff rwriffSJ*reO trt a JTr at najiibcr of 5I:1rr21 alnttarrftJi'ore h rlwH bn-1 ilji-i lt.'gi' thl<- New Drug: Store at Ccntrevilie.H i! nf a rrtotLn iso soothing that thf.se who ride in I hem,, and lle.idley'sVirthinrtoii; Chamber's illsctllaneous S PDACTICINGDEST

the Indian :uxd.> their % c.'>r>'' through n > ia ilio; pTi q'J Ptt. th..rTW u.t th'n.. "i eIuUg I i.iilevi Lucy are parzioulir. will soon find the drliei"us Wriiin s. in 10 vJinrnei. library style ; TALLAHASSE ,

hill* that th> GfUfral; Liiev* uotliin of ur.til t<>-> S fC3 nil i11nt'v' of ZW a t'k*, sluen
laltj wh) Z I1.4ut. anJ It a iro utimx' t1i.i s14ehion' I iiiA\ E on ItenI I :> t'-< u-si'rtnirr.t. and will i>* of all kinds; t volumes, jus-t usue
'i'1I t1m that I 'ft i pi.e' frr t--cra to eenjie ? LG1II1 jn Wfa 531 blie .rui.ti-'g'.ne corn flae.or'ow9 J. I, ci> -(. y r' ivi't, u fine mpjily of DRCi S. 1 ErMiesnnd M.i:tin gales : literature of our country fiom its discovery to the present S

throng, thm, to prcvit my tr vos from killi.reryone ( and tr.ubki f ffU W tiie Lliv.fjl ati'de of Ltr r -t.er! aij ; w! ii-i! ti! v :!! fill t'ii ::* good terms a-j can b
of th ai;" and licontin: # i. turwng hi* j llcaron to ciap the t wt-U aro= U lli re, inJ wear them usbrilLaul ; Kii'1 T in tl I C '.' nl'i'v. H.irm-'s of all kind ; from their writi' gn. The beat book cf the kind ex "

'j,', ur his ehouldfr to Lis ufr, it's lucky forViem : diJ; IC UC cr.V.n f L ; J. I ('t.rlr'vtTe. F-i! 7. ;7. C 4tFor !I India Rubber and Leather Belting ; tant. (T IVE3 notlc to b frienct aiJpaj

I lld not fcnow w Ii<>rfl it wa-<, or I jJ liavc kill ----. -_--- Hemp nnd India Rntiar steam Packing Si-nmV Border Stories and Revelotionarr Romances ronsthaLbeisooeiopiwi.aufaittbe
fi d 1 rtdskin in the 1toi1w" i ; in seta Statesman's Manual latest improvenjfcnuip D.nt..
ver? -< A2I'OIT1EFor Sale. Lnri-ij) and Upper Leather ; ; ; History of the
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try. CTbe extraetioa of Teetb.wiois.cL&ig
Ilfpublit- Webster's and Calhoua'a Woik'
Ii a Inter*S froni Judge Lcpomptc.S JatcJucul f/u: 7Vu: 2geii2 o///c FlvriJa Conference-each (S 2E Tiivcnx ataud now occupied bj j Colinrs.O.tlf.Humes.Lining:Tr.icw'nnd Sheep Chains Skins, Saddler's; Hard-ware, ia 6 votnmei. complete, pain, by. tU aid of a hjcalapplication,,-. ..oow.is

j1'-U'ot1lieV Ciing, he *ay Le hfl> tOOl1rt&,4It to be a tiro-dey* meeting, unbracing the Saturday S : 0 iil; : 1CHIJ in lh town of Qj'sicy, [ und in fact every thing kept in a Btor of this kind, BLink Books and Stationery Letter Cap, Le nl m rppljitu; an arufkial fr'e ziag ouzMve la thp.rt
te is fir .i.k. leiiMHinble t lt 'J/-c uutli fully bcaucabed 2d. Tb tmm ti *Ui<
I a Paper GoJU) Steel Peru with
nml iuUiwrtion n- ; and
\ to to any the Salltih ,mentioned: j ft3 well ns some things which are not such f-r in-
aafij. before
f. Tavern f.irliich it h.isbe a Temporary Set, 00 Gutta Pereba, *Lkh b
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tuni ir a purprs without handkfi can
& ttblta cUlu TJLIi 9fiHaI or pcrwhfil conduct.aik j btiuiee as Ctton Wapgons, a few of which aieon ; Envelopes fancy and plain; Visiting -
Th A& Wauktna, Jeon, 2d abbsb to } &rc. i.iH-d b him and other w inos>v. eoiivfiripnt fRfcuiiii .r and Flaying Cards Le.Imers JtmroaU worn with comlbrta&d, ea p- till UM Gunia arafullj
t-cd I v th caikvilfornilfoa Joct 4 4 1 wa to Vc rcoovfd.lwil .- S. FiiigaLeon, 8i ; tLv ijrgobt uniouut e'f travel. fr.Hitnnj immei'ut"iy Book. Records and Pasa-Rioks. and every article prepared jTor a permanent Self then, jr. ertfr ca

copSa noe up0" *'Llcl1c oeor4. Leonr4tn .1 ou the iwa.u street by which tbts J' >rtheru6tu B. Repairing done on shnrt notice. usually found in our bu ine* that beautiful plan called cuotinuooa Oum ,4r jeii arso S
101th3.tfc1fl S S
< ilH .; tLe,6atl en.iodco1Iecti.fl will be Ukea up totnppJ inucli worn and admired, fur beauty'atr i3fft& and
I t lb* eenter the louo. For ttrms npply toH.MUSE lfor.35. 45 MoIXUOALL 4 HOBBT.BTotice < ,
34 tail ril.*! a* the last wccrity*Hhcnit*a hearing 3tjus.ce, iLMhe S U 5 Por*nd Uesiuit. with our 4igOuR Tre8 &ndS S Quiney.jb. Tallahassee, Feb. 21, 67. 8-Sm [Sent copy. perfect eleanlinetr.! f -

r.trL3d aAiBSiAtker Tr&L* Th# MiUri cf ilic reepcctlv ctzJif* willS 7. ISS7. g-8w May SIV1856.- ;)f -,
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wouj i.jt felt to fcntnbnte to pltafc give no.ceto theIr cocgrep*tio .. _, MEDICAL NOTICE. S rt

t before te JAMES'P1XLEE, JLgtnt.TAI.I.A1IASSEE .
Notice
S ? ptr1t S S : A persone vkig demands ijramsl tle estate Two Thousand Boll&rs, -
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5'S luswofkl
$TpozttDtxt:: CfGO-# GeT \S tie rcpml Und. --S ---- .5 S T IlEJIEIiV' fcive n-.tice that 'on tbe I laV. Saturday of Brs. Robertson & BondS of Tlioma Hv Aver.Ue. late of Leoo county, deceased. A .GNTS WANEDie1UJ L S

'mt iaHe cute to the AUKEr.S JL Ftl-rnnrv. 1857, iliere will be a incftmg fthefjtr will take notice that they JflL345JlV nt tbfem C3. iza every 1 4 pu y Ia the Uait,4 *

ZCCT M Go,. Gccrr of reer.ng facts.tb ce- .. J-"C'.-* lv< Ptlt'* nf>iiSwTti! :, 8llic -S (4khOi.Itft' <-f th Jefferson Southern Riglits MnnujfUirins HAVING firmed a ca partnenhfp in the practice to the undersigned uritfiin tha tinae prnc bcd trr Uv, hxa

: & teAr"4 cu was ifl et* ntluZ&k' *' C 1o'itng prlen.: 29 al 10 iJ '/ Cumpnny. at the F etory near MonticeHo, forth ; profession offer their terrices to the citizens or this uotice wilt be,plead jo barwf their reciMrery tnd make froar one thcnjufid ti> twa'jear' !bibg;:

dtT4 perUr oct&1 s28 pa d 1rs-ids c.sFoNly 4e&$14M *4 a*JU 80 at tIM; >J at jafSO atHCIR I jrp-wo of elettJng fira Tnu>tees to coinage the 'Tallfihajscc! and surrounding Country. all person*indebted to, saM estate are hereby

fie th2'atez3t 3 l>*d refuted to T. 4MDX $ S S S I bostiue* cf Mid eomp ny fur the ensuing veor.WM.DENHAM S ::jgT Offi;* erf the Store lately eopiea by B Cl'in notified make immediate payment, t the unJS S

fit* oa ca bil i He *TOWS he 'willdry. t:;(. bifI- d M 15 to 4 eeitts. S SeyF A Hnjgs.rV' S *ir JtSSEE AVERETTE zI. S ..qa S
nro.Btroll d b.y $4 ? -2Z. 'B: atf Feb. 51.l '&t. -
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I STORE. I: NEW C'O Oi-- Proposals for Erecting the Important to Housekeeper THOMAS MITE r, MoLAHE'S

'RUE subci ibcr oo aud after tb. 1 st day of Fel.ramify Marine Hospital at ,St. Marks FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS CELEBRATED
; L of the prt'aent.ear., trill confine his Iw'i.t t| JOHN PRATO RIO US !* ofCoppw and Sliest JI\ID '

r4 entirely upon the II I I I i ELORIDA. -0- MANUFACTURE in all kind of Plain anJ .Fancy VERMIFUGELIVER'PIJLLS.

I ; Oash. sys'texn,! LMERCHANT TAILOR, :I Arthur's Patent Air-Tight Tin Ware*, takes pleasure In Informing the eUceni I -
j TauSAT DEPAETHKXT., ) of Tallahassee and the unwinding country, that Le u
"..(.. w HI::"keep no accounts. AU those who have .
t. i obtained Lie Groceries without paving for them, are Dealer-In Ready Made Cloihlng and.. W.uRllfOTO. Dee. 27, 1856. J f A' prrterri FrrtFrwtt and T IIIJ. DOW prepared to wait oo all that wish to patronize .

i )nfirmetI 1 that their account will U placed in the Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. PROPOSALS will be received at this departroen CAWS Jar H'inttr L''. This article so extensively Lim in Lie line of basinet. JI. also lenders his thanks _

: liauds of a lawyer for collection before next return day of February, A. D., 1 857. a used in the East and Northern States last season to bit friend., and the public generally for tb. very f w..f tfc. IN., PnpawaU..s of tk%Ac..
R. H. BERRY. 4 -- 12 o'clock,m on, for the construction of the marine will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee aud liberal patronage with which he lists heretofore been

, day. Auctioneer and Com. Merchant. I I am note receiving my Fall and Winter sup.p hospital authorized to be erected at St. Marks, Flori surrounding country by the undersigned who has now favored, and b. hopes that a continuation ef(the sam They are not

I January 81. of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, 4cJ cia according to the plans and specifications preparedat the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincinity for will be panted him. recom-
.t ; this department ; raid proposal. to be either for tIre coming season. It is only ncieswiry to call and He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all mended

1357.ATeacher Every Color Style and Quality the whole building or separate for the different kinds examine these articles and the recommendations of sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of bia ;I as Universal
l ,
of work ; bills parcels must io case used be convinced ofSheet Iron
very accompany the persons who have them to that line of business. A full assortment f

r. "1T7HO has bad several years experience in teacbT which I am prepared to make up in th most each bid ; with the amount offeach kind of work, they are the best, moat simple and economical article I Sheet Lead; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pumps Cure-alls, but simply for
and the total amount carried out ; tbe department reserving for the offered to the I 1 and other articles too numerous to men
T ing, a graduate of Emory nnd Henry College, purpose ever psblic. They can a great many
rv (f fashionable short notice
'I Va, and w ho will furnishva good recommendation 1 styli on I the right to reject or accept the proposals '' be used by the most unskilful person, without the tion.: ;. what their name pur

{ .j from the President of said College wishes a situation I AND REASONABLE TERMS. j!I hereby! invited, or any parts thereof, vrhenit deems the i i slightest risk of failure. TO BUILDERS.

in some Institution, Aqaslemy or High ScboohTbe : ALSO !|j i interest of the United States requires it ; the depa.t. tT| Pnrchasers are supplied with a circular coni Tin Ro.Cng Guttering Copper and Tin Conducting: ports.
ment also the to exclude the bid ,
reserves of
right -
,; desiring to employ will stale the nature off ; !I any i taming full and reliable directions for putlingup rruil i Pipes .<\, all of which be promises lo do in the most i
. A WHLL SELECTED STUCK OF j ]person or rMT>rtns who here is just cause to believe I and tomatoe in these Cans, placing the whole process : The VERMIFUGE
>e situatiot, health. tc. as well as salary, ami I address L.RUE1D will ;i work.mnu-likc manner and style, and DC the bt.t ma for
not faithfully perform the contract which I Ii
*,or
j they j conveniently wkhiu the reach of every housekeeper. notice and moat reasonable terms ,
I J- M. DAVIS, Wentworth Ca, : READY-MADE CLOTHING j teriul, on shortest ,
]have ) obtain
i attempted to by indirection ; and all bids J A these Cans will be !
large supply of constantly kept 1 been for the lait in
t AS soon as practicable. I Having engaged eight years i expelling Worms from
when there shall be parties in interest who do not i ii
uitable for winter i joinin iu st. Persons to themselves should '
". Feb.77. 6Aciminitrator's Consisting of every garment wesr, | rc. wishing supply | business at this place he thinks it unneceasary to recommend ft
t 'j !i :etichas Cloaks. Talmas, Coats, Vests, Pants,
t Sale.BY which will be disposed of at low price i below a fair price for the work. Ii I All Cans sold are'mac'e by the undersigned and warranted his capabilities as wec-hanic.. but at the same time he system, has

i Also, a binje l lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars, j i will Bids be will awarded not be received 1-iJiler iu gross, and no contract ,i safe. WM. P SI.US3ER. assures all that favor !him with a call, good work and ,; also been
to unless details
,J virtue of an orJer obtained from the Hon. J. : Und rbnu. Cravats, Stocks, Iol'ry. c. Ac. j| a nre fur- May 31, 1656. 22 j cheap prices. administered

,t t WajK-i Bjker, Judge of the Circuit Courts of i Those desiring .1 thorough out.lt wi
;; ;*. the Middle Circuit of Florida. I will ea for sule at (interests by giving me a cal as the above ari i| |tr the rotUion of t'ue department BO that it adopt I j jj Piano Fortes. as White & Slusser, h! will be found at his stand corner ixost satisfactory
,! B11siflc! Hamilton county. Fin, on the first Saturday i 1 tides have been selected great care, and with a j! may : : of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait
the whole or of the bid, as the interest" the ___ arc prepared to furnish PianoFortes 1 results various
j part ; to
' market.
real of James iew their adaptation to tils WE i WHITE. animals
f. in March next a part of the estate S. ; special t !| United States require. i ii : of the very best quality, : on all l.is friends. THOMAS
, DeHl late said deceased to wit 160 October 1 16, Is56. ly-42 j; may Dec. 1,1855. 48
'tI county : ociesof j
i i Ninety per cent. of the amount of work done and i j upon the most liberal terms. I subject to Worms. .
: land. known as lot So !. in section No 7, and lut i I -- -- ------ -- -
. materials delivered, according to contract price, (said They arc second to none iu any country cither as I.
No 6. in all Ai No 2 "TviLilAM
6.
ectton .u Township Range I P. SLUSSER
. A. B. CLARKE amount to be ascertained by the estimate of nn ager.tof to finality or price, The LIVER
11, NorJfa and East. Terras cf sae made known on for
PILLS
I ; ,
the department, appointed for that purpose,) will h\crv Instrument will l.e warr?nf ll.I'
" the daMATILDA BELL, Admt'x. i Ta,11ahasseo F1a.M.
. fcb.: H. 'n. 7-4w I: [S now receiving hi* Fall and Winter Stock of be paid from time to time, as the work progresses,and I MILES NASH CO. i the cure of LIVER
: __ j, I L Goods, suitable for I ten pet ccs*. retained until the completion of the con February: 23, _1856.. 8 .\ rF.ATtRF.R OK C'oPPEH.Tl.N AND SlIEKT COM-
tract. and of the work, acceptance agent
IRON WHOI.KSALK UKTAIL
.v Notice. WAREJ AD i' all
i !] & J wa l i .: uf.n-snid, nnd be forfeited in the event of non-fulfil Q- in..in.e. i DEALER ix PLAIN, FNCA1'iD JAPANNED: PLAINT, BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -
'
weeks after date I shall apply' to the H-n. and Cloths Ciasi ment of contract
; French English ,
FOUR contisting part ( will awarded \ UST received COO OuNckSfl1p1I Quinine' WARE. SICK
to nJ\r.h'r.bu:1J HEADACHE
. of Probate, of Jdf rson county, for an or- j and Vrstiogs of all colors, and of the best !' Contracts only : -
d r ati'l decree for the sal* of the following described !I' melt which hs is to manufacture to order qla on and mechanics and the assignment thereof, except by f> Firr Brillld, together with a great variety Stove IJr.adQun.'I'rf
prepared
land, belonging to the estate James R. Tucker deceased ity. consent of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a of j.ure Chcmionls. AMES Jt LIVELY. &C.
. tha most reasonable terms and in the most II J, 1856. 14 '4 SPLENDID assortment Caking. 1'arlw ,
to-wit: The W \ of tbc N E J of See 9, nnd forfeiture of the same. April I HA and Wood Stoves, trimmad with uealucf* ,

,. the E I of the N IV J of Sec 9. all in Township 1, of FASHIONABLE MANNER, Each propc.fal{ must be accompanied by a written : Olive Oil. *J&& IIUlI durability, at reduced prices. Purchasersvill please .

Range, X and E. aho the S E i of Sec 30. Township ; Together with a general assortment of guarantee, i'1 iyned by two responsible: persons, (certified : *
62, Range 5, N and E. containing 320 acres j I to bo so by the United Sttes district judge or 4 SUPERIOR art ide f-r Table W. Ju.t re Out Door Work.lloi.fing be particular to ask for

. k. mute (!!eE3. To be Suld for the payment of the debts i j READY-MADE CLOTHING, torney of the said itriel)in the sum of $5.00) fur 2\. ceived by AML'S I ,t LIVELY.Al Ormmeiiln! Frmt Head! Gitering: CtJp"

. T' of Laid estate. ,') that wi compare favorably in with any stork of Clothing the whole work. or of a propottionate amount if f'r __Al nl 5.__ __ __14 __ __ __ pf-r nnd Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead. Sheet Dr. C. McLane's Cele-
sale this
i exhibited for city consisting of : that the bidder will. when if his ZinI.f.'afl Patent Cistern work
W\1. IL WARE. )l I' any part required. Flower Jars. Pipe" Pumps. Shop
.. SMITH SIMKIXS, | AllmlreF : Fine Black; and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats pioposals be accepted, enter into a contract and l..id' of every variety done at short notice. brated

'b. 14. to.0),. 7-4w i It. i Fancy Caasimere and B. a\r Frock ai.d Business : with proper and sufficient securities for its f.uthful A LARGE: nsoitmont of Flow..r Jars, various Sire City and Country 1'1halilii VERMIFUGE and
C ats, ; *, Jtit received! rind for sale bv !
and colored Cloth Beaver and pcrforrnaufc. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie' LIVER PILLS
Notice. Black : Pilot O"eri i Form of bond anJ certificate cquircd will be furnished AMES'A: LIVELY. purchasing prepared bye.xllu1
1 i ii' i i Sack Surtouts : on application to the department.Plans April T. ISoti. 1 J.t i elsuwherc./
lah' Black and Doeekin and \ti1: S. H. All articles matiiifactued from the
months! after date the undersigned will present R' Fancy Casiiincre I specifications. and working drawings cau be vervb"t tf6'
SIX material and warranted durable.! No other
art
t l accounts and vouchcie to the Judge of Probate !, had on application to the dep.u: tment. PROVISIONS-plenty at last. (Lio.:
lc will be offered for sale.
Best Grenadine Barathea Satin and Cloth
.t fr the county (-fGad.Jen] and ask tor a final | \Vsts, : ..YoiJ uill be conx'Jered unlrsi it full complies : _rv BBLS. Flour, j
: October 20, 185[. 42
Cassimcrc Silk and
Fancy Velvet Cashmere do.
:Z ; s rttkm<-t.t anJ discharge fnim the administratorship tct in all its details trii/i the rtquirfMtnts of thi adi-tr- ( \) 8 Casks Bacon Sidi and Shoulder-. _.
White --- -- -- -- -
1 the estate of W m. P. Larkios. Late of said county ; Silk do, ;. (;Sl'1l1'nf. 2" Dnft d.rR Hums, LIFE mS RANCE. --- -- SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pitts-

U.t deet-aMHl. THOMAS H. SCOTT, Admt'r.JMII i G.nu' Shawl, Dressing Robe?. Fine Shirts, Silk, The proposals must be i---iit to this dej'artment, addressed 10 Bbls. Mess Pork

24. '57. 4-6m Cotton mid Merino ruder ihirts. tn the Secretary of the Treasury. and plainly 2 Lard: and 10( kegs do. THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. burgh, Pa., and take no
.
Canto Flannel and Jeans
Drw< etiilcir, "e-l J'rvpoiolx fur the Jfathtr Jfoxpital at 4 MohiRsea. 20 tlo. Rectified Whiskey, ACU-MUI.ATCD CAPITAL.$I,ttO,000.) )

I t Notice.SIX -ALSO- ; Si Mark f'lu." and 1 will be opened at one o'clock, ;I 19 '' Sugar do. French} Biscuit. For sale ;; rI"HIS Company i issues policies on the lives of other, as there are various

, of and
A tment lurk
general nesoi Fancy Silk and
'
weeks lifter date |I shall apply to the Hon. JAMES OUTHRIE ; whole of life OX THE other
MUTUAL
0" R, 'If 45 period SYSTEM. preparations now
S-itin: St >cks, Ties and Cravat Collats, colorpjL
Probate lor (be of Hamiltt-n fur ) lad .
e of county of the Tieasurv.Jan.10 Dividends declared! to the iU lurt'llllI !issued
? Secretary -- -------- -- ----- pylicie
J letters admiuistinUun the estate of Win. Howell, white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle ta,1
If on
( J 1857. 2-7w India Rubber Belting. for life. before the
dc' Gauntlet public
Linen Cambric and
Ii late ohaiJ 1 cuuntv. nf.'r?said deceased.ALEXANDER. La.lil! superior pur-
-- -
BELL Silk Handkerchiefs, Br 'wn nnd Fancy Cotton, Lisle ----------- ,4 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Bcltii?. .,f \ PUNY FHEEMVX. Actu3r '.-Mounts FRANKII.N, Prcs'l
HOMESTEAD I
Jitu.4, ':'. 4-6w Thread and Merino } Hose, dcc.. CALL AND A FOR SIO A:'. two, three and four ply warranted fully equalto -:5?" Applications: received i in" Tallahassee bv porting to be Vermifugeand

. BUY. SECOND DIVISION. : Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper ; in fact con-id- January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS.
October IS 1856. 42 tred by those who have tried thcbi, superior to Leather ------- Liver Pills. All

Look at this ,_ _____u_ _---- --- $310,000 worth Farms & Building lots, All sizes, from .1 to 11 inches wide oon-tantlv" AGENCY oTTHT/ET INSURANCE CO.

'.t YE LOVERS AND BREEDERS OF FINE FALL MILLINERY. IN THE (GOLD REGION OF CULPEPPEKCOUNTY on hand by D. 1.\1 0. CAPITAL,.". .*500JOO.( ( others, in comparison

. HO STOCK-now i is the time to maka yi/ir J ACK.VisbJn2toieducemy VIRGINIA to be divided amorist ; .Newport.. Uct. is. .ffi..::; 42 .
I "\ tv>ck I offer fowr o t '4 five : \ [RS. DAVIS has opened and will le receiving 10,2iiO; subscribers on the 13th of April, 1S57. Sub -- -- -- ---- ---- TIlE undersigned Agent of the above Company, with Dr. McLANE's are
To.wn Property for Sale. receive for and make insurance ,
applications
by throughout the the I
t express season,
: for fak ; two native youug Jacks bred fron: f icitock 8elipti"M only ten dollars each ; 0110 half: down. thc I
I an-! four feet, 3 to 4 inches) high at $400 ; the ]Htest aud most fashionable stales of rest t on the delivery: of the DEED. Every subtcribiT : f ''lIE unilc-rfigned offers at private ":ile, the follow-i againfit FurnitureMerchandize loss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Building, worthless. .

other feet 5 or 6 inches high, at -SSC'O ; each fire : PARIS MILLINERY. 'R-J.J yet a BuiMIn; ;: Lot or a Fill rn, ranging in value :, .1. ir.ir described property, known as the Jravis Lot, tc.

,f t yearsolJ. I Flowers. and also rich ; fi.i'ii ?1 10 to 25,000.. These Farms anti.! Lotare viz : Lots No*. 3, 25, 27. HO, 43, 140, 141. 142. 143, January 19. 1S5C. S n. C. LEWIS.. The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
i,1'nl F'athpl; a F.1cctiul: : 141,226, 227. 235. 39,210, 241!, 2 t2, 243 n ------- --- :
245
Three very superior fcirge. fine imported SpanishJACKS : of Trimming', with a variety of Dress .nd a-ild FO cheap to induce settlement, a suiEcient n'm- 244 Notice
one 4 feet 7 inche high and 5 years old at Cloak Patterns. Bonnets, DresK-, Clokl IIt--i-: her being reserved the increase in the value r.f which : :18. 240. 25ii 252, 25:5.; 25'1 J. 256. 257: 258, 263, nil anQ. Liver

J700; one 4 feet 10 inches high 4 )'cauol.I.t l 10uO ; i Dr'tsei itc.. roade to order. Bonnrts bleached, will compensate)} for the apparent low price now i in the original plan of the city of Tallahasoee. SIX months after date I will present my accounts '

the other 5 feet high 2 years old, at 1500. So there and shapes altereJ. Orders from the country(pressed : asked. -ALSO- ) vouchers as Aihuimistrator.! on the estate of i Pills be had

,: is high Jack low Jack and you can make the grtnie faithfully and promptly filled. The ladies of TuB:,. A company of settlers, railed The Rappnhanriock I Lots Nos. 1,2,3, 4, hG, 7, iu S.COUII' qr.A Hush 0. )McLean to the U(.. K C. Love, Judge! of can now at
by coming and purchasing without delay. A ir.aj}>ri- i bassee nnd vieiuity are solicited to call and cxarr.ine Pioneer A"!oeiati-'n," is now farming nnd will commence I Probate for Gadsden. County, for a final settlement, ail

.i ty of them can be seen at my plantation on Lake at the biu'e kii.:; t Jackson ten miles North Tallahassee on the Meridian Church, iloiiroe street.Nov. I will be given for the faithful performance of contractsitnd : Lot N v.. 4. 12, I:. 15, }16, 22, 25, S9, 40, B,61 ALEXANDER E. GREGOIiY. Adint'r.I .

. c road till about the 20th March after that they : I 41Administrator's ;"romi': !. C'i. in the South J County quarter. I July 28, 1856. 2S-Cm Stores.
. wil Noilh West WM. A. CARR. : More wanted TIle above devribed formerly .
; be sent or -- -- ---- tT Amenta are to obtain buhscri- property belonged ito -- --- ---'- ------ ---- *
I JaTL'4, '57. 4-2ai I Notice. bers, to whom the mo t liberal inducement- will be Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, Wines, Syrnps, &c. I. FLEMING BRO'S,

______ ___ which will be liberal
'j u iriv-n. Some Agents write that thy apply to A. Perry Amaker, F. ( ,
are making I' 60 WOOD
: Notice.VLL OIX_ months after date I wil present to the Hon. Pro- ; ?2uO per month. Advert sing; ".1IIJc done for every Attorney at Law, Tulluha<"(!c.CIIAIr.r.S. i. ()LI Old) Otard Port,Brandy, Old Sparkling Port Juice Cidr, .il ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.

: k bale Court of GaH> ( county, my arC'urtU, i Asrent where p>c ? persons having demands against the estate of vouchers as administrator d'i IfcMiS* r on .f the -tae ecripti >n!. Asjt>nci ".. itc, Apply to i Until soil, the above Property will IMS for rent Madeira Brandy Ghen iee,
: M. E
deceased! will take notice lL. they r.iut rrrseut ajij.lv fr.r a fi.ial discharge)Jioi.i tl\,(. f utJ.f i I; rnIniioistruti : Or t., R. W. U-11l' '. ,\o.t" Tal1i-'c! Fh.Jail. Febi-miy'I C, 1 IE tJ'f' Sparkling fJelsfiuf. Preserved. Quince, No. Ill, Charters St. New Orleans.
. them to the nuderfigned duly authenticated] with'ii} ; -> "f.ai'! --tate. HUDSON; MUSK.Qaiicy 17, 'Z-. : ; \ Fia; voting; Extract., }'ear General Wholesale Agent fur the Southern States, ton

,'I the time prcEcribtd] by inw or thi'i rj"tice v iil I bopitad : Jan. 17, "57. 8-Cm a Cod Liver Oil.RL'SII Ytast PowderTamarind*, h< m all orders must be addressed.
---- -- -
] in .f tl.fir 1 all! inoVb, Sr'lni Olives, Spices. Sold by Ames & Lively E. Barnard Jr. Miles
I :Ir ( recovery ; an pet a'In5 ---- --- --- --- .
irI led to said .sialc .ire hereby notified to make itiimeftate Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Blan. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, I : PURE r'ftbe celebrated Brand," lie Corn Starch Pickle. Nah t Co, T.ill hassee, Flu. ; J. S. M. Darison .

.r < pavmcut to the un-lersianed.! for Sale by P. II. Brokaw. giman Clark it Co.. it UiiaiitonV.For Vt'oi cestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, Quincy ; Gardner i Mills, Newport; W. T. Carpenter
kets. pale by AMES ct LIVELYApril5 Mustaid t Co, Waukeenah dt Madison.
J C. M. EDGERTON. Admt'r, per r IIE Subscriber English Capers, ; ilosely Pt-pe

.i 1 S. B. LOVE, Atty, :. 1 AfA\ YARDS assorted Kerseys and Ga i Jt very hirge supply just of received Carriage*a, ,_ lb5C._ __ h___ It_ _ ___ __ __. Claret, Cocoa Palmer t Bro, Monticello. S. rurt'II'en.' Mouticello.;
VT. A. C Chattahoochee! Bultzell &
1S57. 4-8\v lw5rn./u plains, AMES i LIVELY.Januaiy Rogers ; Widgeon
,
t J January .Buggies, and HarncM wl. Most
dhe lffer"fur ; Approved Corn Mill in lsc.,
l.O'iO 'varkVooL] I :nnd Cotton Jlt101> Liu=ev sale 5;, 185f. ilananna ; Xichol on & Zeitfler I Bainbridge.Os.l .;
the most reasonable .
i iI 1 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering.: ;| 1,000 pairs: crey mixed: and white Blankets, November on 18, 1854. tel m 46* 1 C\\\ Or the mnfL aPProv''J ANIER CORNI ------ --- -- ---,---- -._- -------- :D.l II. Dickinson Bainbridge ; E. Seixas TL\wamllo,

j 1,000 pairs ]Ru.-sct nro nnl. -- MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. The"e Circular &. Upright Saws.HOE Ga.
------ --
--
JUSTreeeivfd. a large assoj tment of every variety With Wool Hats, and ---- --- -- Mills! have been for sonic time in ii"e through this i igi..n February, 18:'. 8lyTALLAHASSEK.
I Ofinaburijs, such like aitl MILES re : A- CO. and
NASH
i quality \ 'ind w.Ptpcriog plaiaftcj : & CO. and lower of 'I Welch & Griffith Circular Saws ____ _.___ .
u
figure L jrdcnng to suit all.McDOUGALL. des for Plantation: uc, in any quantity, hy in part Georgia aod gie perfect sat 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, i>n hand and for : :
i & HOBBY. D.LADD. | Dealers Drugs, Medicines, &c. isf.iction, grinding with ease 10 bushels anti the rise ; sale by D. LAUDS .nl.eS cb Livc1y

; r ". Jf,1856. 46 __Newv1LOct.iS.i85r___ ___ __ __ __ __ ,. 42 1 j I TUSTicci-ivedfioin Nw York p'l'llluk It. 11. Gram."I in the to dny it., with;The I l less maker than the ordinary band ytv power tipplil I!: '\v Port, Nov. S, 1855. 44 FLORIDA
ftirni-hes
: < ) a M it .
.. | t ( u spncral assortment of at i tided iu our linn, put up : ----- ? Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Liverv and Sale Stahle. L and tvery one warranted: to give perfect satisfaction. 6iJ F.JHi.
) fiucli CJ''s almost
rtd II f every KIJ'I. Burning Uui-i :j Circular Saw Mill Agency.
Fairbanks Ferry I Cull and t'XlIlIine them at D. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. l
White Lea l, Zinc and other ; oi" : TDD'S :
t lJnJrsimed ivils jnmWindow Glass
t .1'H : no- 21 I, 18\5. I rf HE undersigned has the agency for the sale of '
April '
r on the Ocl-cknee ime.- !I--" the Geor- best Puttv Brushes Potash. Soda I! if Surgical Instruments
SITUATED .- -ancc> that he b8 purchased .lli qnaliiy Spaiklin '.- '-- .- |: JL W. Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills" j l'erfumery. DyestuRV ,
t; 'rnr1ykiwn rs the Lyua Ferry. being the Liveiy Stableof.! .. GclntiiiM. London! )Mustard French Brandy t vciy best,) --- -- consisting of three SIZ:B for 42. 48 amid f 2 or 54 mob 'I Spices. Snuff, Windows Glass. Faints

t n'w chartered :ind well! established. ; and having anew William 11 Newsom, 5uTailaha''5 'p. t" f-th''r\\iiljhe[ f,r medicinal prrpoees, Sp lrs. Pepper. Lemon Syrup, !: Notice. i, Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, Oils, Vnni bel. Putty Manufactured Tobacco,

f and excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wide and fifty good will of the eetibkhment! and tintt he is now Inks. Quinine, Per'iihm! BUI:. I'luiJ: Extinct Buchu, :IX :t.o>Mlia: ;.fiiT date, I shall present i.oy final acV i i bavin several improvements over the PJg'''' or any. :, and Glass Wure. Puteut Medicines

fretjonpf ;bring competently and constantly attended, i i prepared to carry on the business in nil its Lrani-he, 1 d(., tic., and H general a3"ortmcnt! ',f Popular Patent -/ (count and vouchers to the Hon.Ju.ige Probate !!I other Patent in I...I. Tl.enst ;is nboat f 200, Sfi6, I II Fine Soaps. Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Br nJj.

f the wudereiguecl "( respectfully: inform al WK> sttid prouiises (the p-.'L'ic with good accuminudaliocs Mwllc.ne-j.! We h-ep none but the very best and !: "-f Git''!1.I..u! county, aa executor Richard Carnochnn, !I and ?450 for vniicus sizes,according; to extra: carriage, nod Hair Brushes. Medicinal,purposes,

i I with to cros the River that they can cross Fair- ill his Hue on reasonable tE'l nm''. hope to merit your p-itronago.: I late (If Chaileiton, :('. Ca. deceased and ask forailfemifcsiun !. ts. For further particulars nppiy tDANIEL-> | Paint Brushes, FaLcy Article! .
( Lu"Fery at all titnos tvith case and safety 'whetber ; RICHARD SA L DERS. : MILES SASH, A CO. from iny adiuitii-ttntion: of said Pf=tnte. HDD. Garden Sf'dil, Fine Havana Segsrt.

er t1e wate ia high or low. ; N. I>.-.Jamts T. Heiiing is my duly nntliurizedagent. Match 2'). 1S5C. 18 JAMES E. BETTNEU. Xewport, Fla. November 3, 1S55. 44 They have recently received a La'gt and Ft.A

f HARRISON FAT IIBANIL : and has entire control of the business, rcpre -. ---- --- .--_ __ ___, n __ October 18, ':,;. 42 ______ __ n_ -- -. -- -" supply of every variety of articles! usually kept by
,j Jan. 14,';'i;?. 8 i I druilllil.. Planters and PbYII'um.'In always find
: .uting me as fully as if I was peuonally prrpl'lIt.I Corn and Cob Crusher. NOTICE.
i r
t'Crpeting I II j this establishment a full supply
RICHARD SAUNDERS.Sep. ( and Hearth at eTerjUu'iTg Deeded
I; ) RANGER'S patent Corn and I Cub Crusher I mrnths after date the undersigned adminiutra-
Notice I 6, 1856. CG ; ( SIX and on the most liberal terms"
;I K have t.iken the Agency for the sale of these su .,I'I Rugs. i on the estate James Holdenwfls\ deceased.I Orders from the Country promnly0nlled ADd*ati.f.e-

A LL persons haviijg demands against the! estate of I Dissolution of Co-Partnership.: I parlor Cob Cru"her<, unequaled it i it said; to :ny iu '! :FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool : late of Leon county, will file !her account and vouchers tion guaranteed, with regard both prices and qDaUPbysiciau's

ii. Jape B. Tucker late of Jefferson County. de thc C.> ntiy. A sV'ck of these Crushers, will bo in' A Carpeting. Also, a few pieces Wool and Cotton and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon county I prescription "artfully compounded.Also .
ij.
I b to the niiilcrsijrucJ duly authenticated within the timeprwrihoil | JL F. Brr ome and Robert Heir in the weighing 6toI I bi.ll-lill:: great savin; in -ud. *45 $55 ?C5 en'-h at U. I.A1JV.I ; ELIZABETH HOLDEKNESS, Admt'x.Nov. I 5, 18316s

r4 It I hy 1 Inw. ur this ."ti't will l be plead in bar I rUJc; and selling cottou bu&inet. is this day" dissolved I for these sizes. Prices tiniforn throuchout the county.Itrurther j I Newport llRIS5;. -i2Executor's i iI 8. 1856. 45- m -

of ther recovery, ; nod all p T8"iis indebted to said by mutual contcut BROOM! '. etlte are hereby !i.oti6ed to make immediate pay- 1 August 14, 1S56. 23j : so toon as a stock for a sample arrh'c ORANGE SPRING

I t' m\ut 10 the iiuJcrsigned.WM. D. LADD. Notice. ;, III Richmond. County Superior Court -October .

H. WAPE. ,a.I j New Co-Partnership. ; Newport, July 5, IbaO. 27 : SIX months after date, I will present to the lion. Male & Female Seminars : Term, ISM :
SMITH SIMKINS.Adru > I ) '\. Court of Gad len I
f
t account .
county r
my < situation of this Institution is at ( the i iI
one
: i xir> ; and
Mouticello.Jan. 3, l8., I-Sw i I) OBEKF HEIR AND JOHN P. ('OLl :iiave this Administrator's Notice :: nod vouchers, executor of the cst-ife of John W. J- James L. Knight
I I finest Sulphur Springs in the and is !
JLX : ountry unsurpassed ; Martha J. : his
Knght (
formed : 1
) day a co.pattnthlip in the bu!ineMi of | Malone deceased, and at the same time for
t i f f: Daniel T. Lu .); Admt'r, cc 1 Jeff'Tson Circuit j weighing storage, and selling cotton,and alco to nu.ke t SIX months after date, I will exhibit, my accounts I, final dischaigu from the further administration apply of said a II |I boat and a for few health.hours staging.It ill easy of access for steam '[ wife) Coatplaina.t.ot' .
vouchers to the of Probate In Bfllfcrlhicovery
of Grids- I
vs. f Court.J [ liberal advances on rotten sent to their care. Judge ( i| estate. THOMAS MUNROE.Qniucy : Eouity.
Sarah: C. Granger al. J In Chancery. !I HEm A COLES. !i den county a* administrator, in right of toy wife, of October 11, I85C. 41-6m |! The Principal with the experience of twenty year j Abner P.Robertson.Executor ( ,account and Relief:
c : Anguat 14. 1S56. 33 i the estate of John Ingrau late of !nd: eounltie.. ;, __ and aided by a corps of competent assistants'will devote j! of the Will of r
-----
,1 to the satisfaction of the Court in tlli"'f -- -- ----
appearing his whole liaie to tbe improvement of Lit
I
1 IT i ceased, and apply for a final settlement snot dU- ; pupils. ; Martha M. Pac-% dec'd,
that Walter Willis nndthe I
II
J Grander, Grander
: J CUSf charge: from' the administration of enid ehtute.LEV'IS Georgia Military Institute The third session will commence Monday Jatrnary |, and others, defendants. J
; heir of Washington Granger, deceased, defendant One 45 Saw Gin. 12, 1851. For particulars I addiess, :
I :In the nbov elated reside D. JONES, AdmV. JM EI.I Gr I appearing to the Court that The Defendants Joba
tlx- I -
cause beyon-l :
; R. ANDERSON rinca1.Nov. IT
SALE, nd liau-1) OIX of above tize. has ,
; ;a *cc i' In right of his vrifi
I., limits of Florida, t wit: in the State of Alabama. >o 1r'JR used ,I ----- 29. 1856. 48Notice. t ti Burch and Juhn Kennedy and Eliza L. Kenned}
I bales
to gin :1) Cotton and
I that the ordinary process of law cannot be wrvil tpon I: good its new.- For ale l low byMNALTGIIT as j I -_Spt.- 13,1856.- 37-6m__ __ : r "lIE first term of the academic year at this Institution -- ----------- (his wife) reside out of this State, to wit : in the State
commences on the 20th of July. and of Lousiana. and the John Jliltos and
them : is ordered that said cause be set for ht ar- defendants
The Union Bank of Florida
f: jag on the I tnt Monday in April next anti that saiddefendants 1 j November 'zt. ORMOND ,t CO. j I )I Leon Circuit Court ends on the 2lHh of December. The second term II i ;, William H. Milton also reside beyond the limit of tats
8 ;
appear and plead answer or demur j I __45. _ ____ |j Smallwood vs. P. Allison and} III i I eonmcnceii on the 20lU of Febniarv, uud ends un the II i ,4 LL personhaving demand against the estate of i State to-wit f in the State of Florida; On moton or
I I)* that time, otherwise said cause will b tried on White Pine Lumber. others. J Chancery J 20th of July. J.\. Charles Uurgdorff late of Jefferson county, dc- '!| Complainants' Solicitor, it Is ordered, that'AiJ Do

the f4eis -lutrged in C aid Bill: Provided That a i I TT to the Court affidavit made in this I I Tlw! amount appropriated to the Institute by the I.I.I ceased will take notice that they must present them i j II fendants appear and answer said bilI-i.tcs.mparnt? orj .
copy appearing
I this .rder b pub'isbt' iu A newspaper at Tall ) A It! FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted suitable I!! A. that: the above named, by Small wood :j Legislature of Georgia, at its last cession, has been to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time I j or before the first day of the next terra of this Cr...
defendant.
ns-ev f,t the space of three months next before said \J lor Cabinet Makers, Sash and Blind Makers j' P. Allison case, resides out of the State of Florida and inI i i expended iu erecting additional buildings. There prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar \: to be held on the second Monday in April n VI aDd'

fret Monday. Done and passed at Chambers, this or Joiners Work. Not often such II lot for sale] I the United States It isordeied and drcieed that the, ; will I. therefore, be accommodations at the beginning of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to said I that service of this order upon said Defr.i.,5' ..
Srd December, 1856. here. McNAUOIIT. ORMOND & CO. : ;I of the next (erm, for fifty Cadets in addition to one estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment made by publishing the same j in the T. '
sHill Smallwwwl P. Allison do Orhesos
and
J. I Nov. 8, 56. -l5' appear plead or I hundred and thirty, the present number. to the uucleri lIecl. Picayune and the Tallahassee Florii- w
W.YLE AKERJuJge answer the bill of complainant filed in this cause, I The course of ktudies and of instructionand JOHN D. REICHERf Admfr. I ( .
1! December 13, 1856. within four months from the date of the publicationj. sysl ems zcttes of said States: and having &tru'at .rnlatjlc)
i t BrfOKAW'S. I discipline arc modeled after the West Point plan Jan. 24, 67. '67-8w once a month for four months prhr "
I. of this or-'cr. or the said bill of complaint will bei r the twrttfnD
i
: India Rubber Packing. -the purpose being to ins ire to a young" matt a thor- I otlbla Court.
I LIVERY AND SALE STABLES i taken for confessed against him. And it is furtJlerordt'red. oughly scientific aid practical education, to
.t Packing, of all tbickueasea.'fioni 3- I! that this order be published once a week in' I develop Notice.SIX --
INDA.Rubbr his physical strength, and to teach him to be
coobtaotly on band at D. LADD. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : Tallahassee fur the offour punctual weeks after the first STATE or GCOROI.V )
printed
t iDtt. a newspaper m space systematic, industrious, and economical in his hab publication of this notice, i
Newport. 18, 185C. 42 I I month will Richmond County. f ClerV:
Proprietor vonld i in- apply to tbe Judge of Probate of Leon I Qffic JujAnor. Cowl
THE Passed iu Court.tLis 2Sd its.The for letters of administration I I hereby certity thM the ." rf
r open Oct. 1856 county de bonis non on foregol tn9 wfj
; his friends and the Faculty consists of nir professor, (all of them
50,000 Havana Segars. J. tVAYLES BAKER, Judge. the estate of John Burgdorff deceased. ; an order which appears '.r record ,, minuteso/ttia/
that be has rebuilt southern p
public, his_ men.) The Superintendent, and the Commandant Superior Court \> tw
Tcste Concert A. BRYAN Clerk. M .
persona who love to smoke good SEG RS I large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now are graduates of the U. S. Military Academy I JOHN D. REICHER1. I WItness han.' 4lftb day 0ecember. 185
ALL --- I Jan. 24, ('. 46wCircular ?! and seat aaid Court thin
of
accommodate
his
find tlern together with some choice, Tur. I, prepared to friends and customers at West Point. 12tb day oC ecem'j
kish nnd Spanish amo'it TOBACCO at the Drug He also has attached to hid Stables a good Blacksmith To Rheumatics & Others. Expenses, fur board tuition, fuel, lights and washing, I 18w j'F.

Store of AME& LIVELY. Shop where he will have have done all kind' of T0 all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint I per term, ill.advllnce, ?112 (O Saws. DecetrberfIS Kfi HALL v C1erk.

Nov. 29 1SS6. ( Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage in we offer a positive remedy, iu Jay't Stiittixatiity Expenses. Surgeon, fee, per annum, f 5 00 WELCH & GRIFFITH'S, and HOE & CO'S | -- 5. 51

I: the very best manner and with promptness and dis L'tniinnit. It has been effectual in the permanentcure 'I For further particulars, or for a copy of the Regu- Saws, from 42 to 64 inches size, con- Tur pentine Farm for Sale. -

Shop patch. % of Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands lations of the Institute. apply to Col. A. V. BRI-M- staotly for sale at a coumiwiou ou manufacturer's j
Carriage
Novembers, 1858. 44 have no doubt been rescued from nn untimely death BY, Superintendent, or to A. J. HANSELL prices, by D. LADD. .j JIo f' ale about eleven hundred acres of Ian j, !to-.

THE bg leave t inform the by ths use of this great remedy.For Sec/ of Board of Trustees. Newport December 20, 1866. 61 I ,I.;: .f ther with M small farm aod improvemer sad
!Tallahassee vincinity that be hat Mackerel and Herring. sale by Druggists generally and at Wholesale December 6, 1856. 4 -3m I will < sold! at a oargain inquire of

opened a Oarmge Shop in this plate fo tbe purposeof FEW HALF BBLS. each No. 1 Mackerel and and Retail. by. AMES A LIVELY. I I I Fresh Rice. JOHN H. RHODES or A. P.FUL'JET.

doing all kin of work usually done in an establishment A Herring, direct from the Fisheries. For sale at TnlUhasbee May 81, 1656. 22-ly ; Walter I Wakulla. ILL, October 4.1 SS. 40'r ,
of te so nnd ,it to do low rate Gwynn, JUST received direct from Charleston. 50 V.iole t tI d
a
prepare by
T. GOOD WORK at the shortest ntice. those MsNAUOHT, ORMOND & CO. Havana Cigars ,OFFERS bie? services to persona, wishing to enter I half tierces Rice. For sale right by !I The Floridian- &Jouthial-z

who wib in a manner that wi fail to Novembers, 1866. 46 the U.S. Land Office,' by locating Land D. I.1DD. ,
no .
give atirun would do well to v a call JUST received per R. IL Gambia 6000, beet qnal- Warrants or otherwise. He will also give prompt Newport, December 20 1866. 6) :: U poblianod trkrj .SATURDAY '
1 WM. KUHNS. cigars. Call and try tbemMcDOUGALL "t
attention to such business be intrusted -
bfo bi e1.hc. aa may to him
1 3Bug LIME. 4 HOBBY. in either of Uw other oce. in tbe Capitol. Charges A Fresh Supply of Cigars JAMES S. JONESEDITO& 4 P1opzzo.

100 BBLS. Lime, fresh and iu good order,just August2.1856. 31 will be Omlblecorre pouding to It"ieH perlonned. 1 A f\\C\\ RECEIVED by late arrivals.L Finest At' Two Doz.z.azer 1-"chaut'f.
Fluid landed and for sale byMCNAUOHZ Being Deputy to tbe State Laud Office, be of course \'\\)\,U articis mnnufattured-Il00 I annum ;
ORMOND CO. Notice.ALL will make DO charge for business in that Department 1000. McDOUGALL A per I -

.j -- Q F A ,just received and Noember8,186., 45 persons having demands against the estate of May 17. 1866. 20lyExecutor's NoVsmber 15, 18B5. 4ft ROBBY.I TERMS", car ADVERTtj6l3fO.One '

I Jo ale b1' ,_ AMES 'LIVELY. Severs, late Jefferson deceased sqaars of 48 lint a, or 1 leat firsV ins,rtiwv H'.
!I. 18z.!. 6 county I.- .eb .. 'f ,
.ullaa1 sur qoent _
will take notice that
they must present them to the Notice. Lumber. -

:,:. .: :. Notice.IXweela Notice.an undersigned duly authenticated within the time prescribed months after date, I shall final 1 lIVE have on band Five Six Professional_ .and/Josiness Ctfds Hte4-t.fl0 per of
SHU!! kw SIX present my ac or hundred Tkmsln aDDam |LiST
persotu i by or this notice will be plead in bur of
ALL ideeenred and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of V feet ofgnod SUIO
of the estate of'J. Wilford. Eb..J.t.nrU.. or "ij- die .i not JDarktdwithth ft.in.rgedinaertfC08
their *
from U firtt nabljcation of this notice aDd all indebted to said
> recovery ; persons estate for
Probate Jefferson
e. ( will call and County, as executor of John cnptjon which will be delivered ia Tallaha.l ,_ will W cootinned'mjtH. foid i 4accordingly.
I please settle r tbe claims trill be sued >w aa
I siajl to the of Probate are hereby notified to make immediate
apply of Leon
Judge
forthwith.'- Persons indebted to payment Johoson, late of said County, deceased, and ask for a Those wisbincr Lumber can mcWrw.111 st eitmflle. .. """ .
individually
b Vltora'if ma arereq'Umtd to tbe '
u 'f. M te.et of nadcrftigneil niuioa! and discharge as such ezeeotor. Bills fawetj at short notice. .Csrtifica/cs r.flit5
.Uza.tbVtdeeirnstdlateofL.on also to snake immtdia'' pajnient1Jan. JAMES SEVERS A'JmlV. of. pablkattoo of Jnolvitt J Isi J !

't" ..t' "v.'t-; '- 7-6w S.S.out. II, '6'1 I B. SIIJLC, Jan. 2', '6'1. 4-8. N'otcmber W.JAMES 22, J I&B6. HIVES, qualified m-7 execukor. i S pt. :7, 186. SO A.R. COJitts" CO paid.CASH : will uotVbe. ginotjl' the .fftil i.U' .


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