The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Beport of the: President_ of the Pensacola !r our road, and to a-speedy connection with the Atlantic, I Our great object is to ensure a road running across our of which, 9,581,000 acres }have been confirmed.The whole The number agents of

the Board propose, if found practicable, to land a portion I, State, and connecting Pensacola with the nearest good har- are still engaged making selections. '
and Georgia E. R Company.OFFICE : of the iron at Cedar Keys, to be taken b)' steamboats to i;i bor on the Atlantic. It is not material whether this is accomplished acres which the State will acquire under this act:will exceed .

the point of crossing the Snwannee river, and to lay the : by ourselves or by others having a common interest 14,000,000, exclusive of the Everglades, of various value

OF PENSACOLA & GEORGIA R. R. Co.Tallahassee ., ) track East and West from that point ; and so, when we I with mi. If the Alabama and Florida Railroad company but a large portion of it, the 1IIC>Valuable: in the StAte.

Dec. 3d, 165 6. j} I IG continue our road West, to reach Pensacola Bay, iron may I or any portion of our fellow citizens of West Florida, During the time intervening between, the passage of the

"LlYEsThe.Board of Directors feel that an apology be delivered at the crossings of the Apalachicola and desire to construct the road through the Western _part of act and the transfer to the State, about $125,000 was real/

) is due for the imperfect manner in which they are I Choctawhatchee rivers. I our State, we will assign the por;iou of the road West of ised by the Federal Government from? the sale of these

obliged to discharge the duty of presenting to you a report I ,I Apalachicola river, in conformity with, the provisions of lands by private entry, (which will b
of their action during the past year, and of the present condition THE EMPLOYMENT OF A CHIEF ENGINEER. !I our amended charter. Should a separate company organize Improvement Fund of the Stato,) and a large !amonntwere .

of the Company and the progress of our road. The I Our Company has labored under most serious difficulties I to construct the work from Apalachicola river to the covered by $75,000 of land warrants, for wjiich tl eState :

unavoidably protracted absence of the President aud Chief j for the want of a Chief Engineer. Capt. Griffin, our i intersection of the Alabama and Florida road, we may will be entitled to float Tim fast is mentioned to

Engineer of the Company, who did not return from a visitto I ,first Engineer, was prostrated by sickness before the completion ': make an assignment to them. And from the point of inter. prove the intrinsic value of this gra t. ,
New York on business of the Company till day before of the location of that part of the road now under i section to Pensacola we IIIay make an assignment to tb.3 It is impossible to make an estimate of the value}of this

sterday, has left little time for preparation. But we are contract. lIe remained with us till the latter part of Alabama and Florida Railroad Company, so as to entitle Fund, but there cannot be a doubt that it is more tnaa efficient

j enabled to mate a report not altogether satisfactory to ourselves March, though unable; from ill health, to discharge the duties I that Company to the benefits of the Act of January, 1855. to meet the interest on any and.all the BlJnda.whichIllay

but such as will give a sufficiently clear understanding I of his office. Some time after the Board secured the From Tallahassee to the proper point of intersection be issued and which the Trustees are*.authorized? ; to

of the progress, present condition, and future services of Mr. Powers, who continued with us but two I. witluthe Alabama and Florida R. R., the distance is some- endorse. ,

prospects of our road. months, being obliged to return to Georgia to comply witha I what less than ISO miles, and about the same to Deer. Point, The Company is required to pay tb:the Trustees half. :

At the time f your last meeting, our Company was lit-* conditional engagement previously made. It was with opposite the City of Pensacola, to which point it may be of one per cent. semi-annually, as o'pinking fund to redeem "

tie more than organized. Partial surveys of the line of difficulty, and after much delay, that a competent officer our interest to go if no satisfactory arrangement! shall be the Bonds, after the completion:; of the road. I

011r road had been made, sufficient to enable you to deter- could be obtained. But we are now fortunate in having made with other parties, and no adequate subscriptions obtained Besides these securities, Congress at its last sessin< granted
mine its location. secured the services of one of the most valuable men in his i to justify the adoption of a more northern route. to this Company 120 sections of l land for every SO miles ,

profession. Mr. Garnett is a gentleman of large experience I From Tallahassee to Feruandina the distance is about the of road, to be selected in alternate sections, or 3:40 acres

CONTRACTS FOB GRADUATION, &C. very favorably known to the first Engineers of the i same. By making a connection with the Alabama and per mile, of which, probably not more than 3000 acres per !

Soon after your adjournment, contracts were made with country, and has been connected with several of the prin- I Florida 1{. H., we shall be brought into communicationwith mile will be realized. These lands arfc intrinsically valuable j

responsible gentlemen for a large portion of the graduationof cipal roads in South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia I :Montgomery and the Coal Fieldsf the Marble quarries but their value will be so ,ranch enhanced by;, the; ;,

the road, aud by the mouth of February the first sixty- and PeIlusy 1 nmia. and the Iron beds of Alabama, equal, if not superiorto construction of the road, that they shonld not be sold ..till'its ; '"

one sections, of about one mile each, were put under con CHANGES OF LOCATION. any in the Southern States. completion. To estimate them *:$J5OOO a mile, after
the road has been in operation, is not extravagant. Bat
tract. In The entire distance from the noble Bay of Pensacola to
! These contracts were all made with our own citizens, consequence ofthe hurried manner in which our first Fernandina is about 360 miles, and to the point at which put? their future value at $10,000 a mile, and we hare a r ,
none of whom have had any experience in rail-road build- of surveys were made, and the want, during several months, : we shall probably intersect the Alabama and Florida R. fund sufficient to take up all the Bonds the Company \f

ing. There was consequently considerable delay in getting of a the competent head to the Engineer department, a portion R. somewhat less. From the A. and F. R. R. to the Ten- authorised to issue for iron and equipments. The State t,
:' the work fairly under way, and in some cases much instructed was the not, Board satisfactorily to located.the road under The stockholders i I saw river, near Blakely, at the head of Mobile Bay, tie has also granted to the Company the; alternate sections of '
" loss to the contractors. But the progress made has been put contract : distance is about 40 miles. There is now a charter for a its lands within six miles of the road.., This grant amounts
generally satisfactory, and will compare favorably with without delay, and it has been since ascertained that the j I road from the Tensaw to the Perdido river, with which our to 65,000 acres for the road: between Tallahassee and Alli

that of any other Southern road. interest of the Company demanded that a portion of the j I amended charter authorizes us to connect. Fernandina, gator. Much of it is valuable now, and will be greatly enhanced t
work in Leon and Jefferson should be abandoned. It is
< Except for the first three sections, the Board of Direc- {i one of the finest, if not the best harbor, all things consid- by the construction of the road. With our Bonds x
tors had no reason to doubt that the contractors would now believed that we have secured the best location on the !i isurvey I ered, south of Chesapeake Bay, is less than 400 miles from thus secured, and the credit of our ]lands, we expect to iron
line adopted for the location of the roadS The abandoned
complete the graduation by the time the iron rails couldbe I Blakely, and nearer than any port on the Atlantic. We and equip the road. .
I work in Jefferson cost $2136 but the location j I ,
by new In the estimation of all who have
obtained. are advised that the Mobile and Ohio R. R. Co. propose to investigated our secu- r
there will be a saving of 192,1!) 56 cubic"ardsofexca'a- :
The first section was, at the request of officers of the I extend their road to the Teneaw river, near Blakely, at -rities, they entitle us to the highest credit. Even before S
tion and embankment or $26,901.84!) at 14 cents cubic !I II
Tallahassee R. R. Co., reserved from contract to other par- : per which point therefore we shall be brought into connectionwith the passage of the act of Congress, granting us alternate t
yard. The construction of the road on a of the located !
ties. That Company had hired aj considerable force to rebuild I part that great enterprise, and through it with the entire sections of land, our Bonds ranked among first class Southern ,
line in Leon was found impracticable and the work '
their road and lay down their new track,'.all of which I 'I valleys of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers. A road to securities. Many of the first houses in New York t
was abandoned. The change made has given us a. good
it was supposed would be done early in the fall. To give Vicksburg will connect our Atlantic sea-poits with the terminus were anxious to undertake their, negotiation.. They have
location and without loss to the In Madison
employment to their hands for the balance of the year, the Company. I of the Southern Pacific R. R. by a shorter route than not now a regular market value, because none of them have
graduation of the first section was reserved for them. No changes were made at a saving of 85,020 cubic yards of any now eontemplated or which will ever be made. New been offered for sale-the act of January ?55 re requiringthat t
I excavation and embankment, or $11,902.80!) and in Leonat shall not be issued till the arrival .of the iron within
doubt was entertained of the ability of the Company to execute Orleans will also be brought nearer to the. Atlantic over they
a saving of 42,519!) cubic yards, or $5,966.66.!) the of the State. But iro 'has been
jurisdiction purchasedon
this work, and it was not until sometime in the our road than by any other route.
month October that the President of that Company no- LOCATION EAST OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER. These connections, when completed, as they will probably time, upon the obligation of the .company ,to hyppfhe*

tified your Board of Directors that he would have full em- Finding that the line West of the Suwannee could be so Te in a few years, will make our road one df the most cate the Bonds at the rate of 80 cents ;<>n the dollar, which }, .,

ployment for all the force then engaged on the Tallahassee much improved, and knowing that the company would derive important in the South, if not in the Union. To reach could not probably have been done with the Bonds of any

Rail Road and that his Company could not grade the first no present benefit from the immediate construction of Pensacola and Mobile bays, Savannah and Brunswick, and other Southern R. R. Company. s

section as was expected.The the work East of that river, the Board, against the remonstrance the citizens and State of Georgia ate now expending mill- WHAT HAS BEEN DONE UNDER THE ACT OF JA3TUABT, 1855.

Board had no reason to doubt that the contractorson of many stockholders, suspended the letting of con- ions of dollars. No road they can make can compete with The Board felt confident that undtr the provisions of tho ,1

the 2nd and 3d sections would execute the contract by tracts for the grading beyond K ortoI;'s Sink, in Madison, ours, and we should not hesitate to seize the advantageswhich act of January, '55, the entire magnificent system of Rail ;

the 1st of January. They found, however, unexpected difficulty = and through Columbia county. the beneficence of Providence and the liberal policyof roads, in the construction of which we are embarked, will

in getting laborers, but until the month of August'rEcpiembcr There was greater delay than was anticipated, in consequence our Federal and State Legislatures have given us. be completed. Already greater progress' has been made
expressed no doubt of their ability to comply of the want of a Chief Engineer. But the countrv I, We have felt it our duty thus briefly to refer to the importance QY the people of JS'16p.dAm Tnil Il ..a maaever
with the terms of their contract. In October they applied through which the road will pass, iron section 61 to Alligator j of a rail-road to rensacoia aim aioone nays. uut accomplished before in the same space oftimebp any-

to be released from their contract, expressing their has no+v been thoroughly examined. The locating 1 our present aim and object is to open to our people an out- Southern State. One year ago we were without Railroads

utter inability to comply with its terms. The Board did party, in charge of our valuable Principal Assistant, Mr. let to the Atlantic Ocean at Fernandiua and; Jacksonville, of any description, except the dilipidated road from Talla-

not feel authorized to rescind the contract, but instructedthe L. W. Du Bois, has just completed their labors. The esti- I and thus to enable them to avoid the dangers and expense hassee to St. Marks, laid with old worn out strap rail, and

President to hire additional labor to complete the w ron mated cost of grading the line adopted hows a saving of I of the circuitous navigation around the southern capes ,f which could only be worked by horse power. Until the a

sections 1, 2 and 3. .219,322 cubic yards of excavation and embankment, equal ,I Florida. passage of this act we were without even; the hope of a road ;

The inability of the Tallahassee Railroad Company and to $30,705 os on the estimate of the former location. OUR ABILITY TO BUILD OUR ROAD. to connect us with the rest of mankind. But soon after
j This of the road about 44 miles, has been advertised its tHe spirit of Internal 'Improvement inspiredour
of the contractors on sections 2 and 3 to grade the fist t part The Board has had to contend with difficulties of more passage
three sections of our road caused some embarrassment, but j for contracts, to be let on the 15th of the present I than character. But what has embarrassed them people, and stimulated them to1 unusual 'exertions..
will not it is believed result in loss to the month. ordinary Now we have the Tallahassee R. R..tpuilt in a manner to
pecuniary company than anything else is the want of confidence the
though it will involve considerably increased present I The changes of location have only increased the whole people more of Florida seem to, feel in their own ability. Bnt compare favorably with any Railroad' in the Union, and- ,j ;. '
of the road one-third of a mileOnj'] fifteen iu successful
expenditure. It was essential that the work on these length percent have confident that the developments of operation.
three sections should be done at an early day, as no iron of the whole line is curved. There is no curve on the time we and persevered the actual, of our work would demon I Ii '! The Florida Road, from Fernandina; to Ceday Key, has .

could be laid on any other part of the road till they were line of shorter radius than 1,910 feet ((3 deg.,) and no grade i strate the practicability progress of our great undertaking.A been graded for 45 or 50 miles, cross-ties furnished for
45 feet mile. These data show that i distance bridges erected substantial wharves
our costly
exceeding per some ; 1
completed.Energetic r first class road, newly laid with 60 lb. iron, is now in
taken to the road will be as well adapted to economical transportationand constructed, the iron purchased for 75, miles and fifteen ,
measures were at once procure from Tallahassee to St. Marks 21 miles. The
: operation ,
doubt rapid transit as any road of equal length in the Southern miles laid, over which a locomotive \is now running, and
necessary labor and materials, and there now no i Florida, Central, Gulf and Atlantic R. J?. Co. arc con
!that the work will be done by the time of the arrival of the States. 9 : st;acting a road from Alligator to Jacksonville, 60 miles, the work of track-laying daily progressing. The whole of '
this road about 150 miles is under
iron rails which have been purchased.By SURVEY IN GADSDEN COUNTY. and have the whole under contract to responsible parties. contract. ,
The Central R. R. Co. has some 20 miles of their
the terms of the contracts, the first sixtv-one sectionsof Sundry citizens of the county of Gadsden having agreedto From a point of divergence from the F. C., G. and A. R. graded
road. The entire distance 60 miles under
our road are to be graded by the 1st of October, 1857. pay the expense of the survey of a route through that R. to :Fernandina, 45 miles, a road is now graded and the and the work to Alligator, -, ,
These sections have been let to 17 contractors, all of whomare county, which will be a continuation of our road towards iron J purchased, which is now being rapidly laid down by contract progressing. r-
Our has 61 miles under contract which
at work. The price to be paid is 14: cents per cubic Pens cola, a party was organized in charge of Mr. Wm.F. the Florida R. R. Co. We are engaged in the construction own company on \ .
one-third of the work has been done and 44 additional
yard for excavations, and the same for embankment.The Lee, Principal Assistant Engineer, who made preliminary of a road from Tallahassee to Alligator, 105 miles, to ; :
let in weeks besides miles
miles located be 44
number of hands now on the road is 362, and the surveys from Tallahassee to the Apalachicola river. i complete the connection between the Gulf of Mexico, at I to to location two from Tallahassee, to the surveyed (

number of carts 89. In consequence of the number of streams to be crossed, St. Marks, and the Atlantic Ocean, at Fernandina and preparatory Ap-
alachicola river and !has iron for S3 miles.
The excavation and embankment on these 61 sections is the work through Gadsden will be more costly than was Jacksonville, the one about 180 and the other about 200 purchased .:-
The Alabama and Florida R. R. Co. have their road
estimated at 1,261,821 cubic yards of which 360,484: cubic anticipated. The distance is near 44 miles from Tallahassee put
from Pensacola the Alabama line 46
yards have been done. The clearing on 34 miles is com to the river, and the estimated cost is $5,738 42 per miles.Why should 1 we doubt our ability to construct this part I unker contract to t"

pleted. Several of the contractors will add materially to mile, including bridging and trestling. The length; and of our road? We have a subscription more than sufficient | miles, twenty-two miles of which have been graded.

their force, and the work will progress even more rapidly cost, in the opinion of our Engineer, will be materially reduced to prepare the road-bed for the rails, including bridges and i RECAPITULATION.,
for the future. Only'five sections of the road have been on location. So soon as adequate subscriptions can cross-ties. The greater part of the funds necessary to pur- i The whole lenth of railroads finished,or under construction -

;Deceived from the contractors, but so much work has been be obtained, this part of the road will be located and put chase iron and equipments we expect to realize from the since the passage of tho act of 1855, is 337 miles. Iron

done on other sections as to leave no doubt that twentytwo under contract. sale of bonds, which we are authorized to issue. has been purchased for 119 miles, of 'which: 36 miles have

continuous sections from the depot of the Tallahassee SURVEY AND LOCATION THROUGH WEST FLORIDA. On the completion of the grading and furnishing crossties been laid. ;: '

R. R. Co. will completed by the 15th of March. The The continuance of our road West to the waters of Pen- on the line for ten continuous, and every additionalten I Road finished and in operation, ... . ... 36 miles..

balance of the grading will completed. faster than the sacola Bay at some time is inevitable-a necessity of com- miles, the company is authorized by act of the Legislature I Additional road graded,. . .;;>. .. 93 u .

Iron can be laid. merce. The only question is, whether we shall now to "issue coupon bonds having not more than 35 Additional und r contract,. . ..... . .. 206 u,
The actual cost of the five sections completed is less by ceed with the work. Should the citizens of Jackson pro-, years to run, and drawing not more than 7 per cent annual I To be let on 15th December, . .:. .:: .. 44 "

$1,621 45 than.the original estimate. Holmes Walton St. Rosa and Escambia interest, payable semi-annually in New York or Tal- -
Contracts for cross-ties for the first 18 miles of the road counties agree to pay the expense of the survey, there is lahassee, at the option of the purchaser, at the rate of I Total,. . . :. . 381 f
have been made on reasonable terms, and there will be no no question that the work should be commenced and the $8,000 per mile, for the purchase and delivery of tho iron By the end of the next year our .prepress will be still
difficulty in procuring ties for the residue of the road. rails plates and chairs and after tho rails have more gratifying.
road located as soon as practicable. It is desirable in spikes, '
Four brick culverts have, been made, and a considerable many paints of view that the location should be made at I been laid down, the additional sum of $2,000 per mile for All this has been effected under the influence of the act 1

portion of.the trestle :work has been done on the first 20 an early day. We name one which may be conclusivewith i the purchase of necessary equipments,; and said bonds of 1855. Without it, we should have remained for years
miles, and a contract made for the construction of the you. shall be a first lien or mortgage upon the roadbed. iron, in our condition of isolation. Let it'stand intact on our

whole. In of the act of Congress, approved May, equipment, workshops,.depots and franchise." statute\ book, and executed according its true spirit,and

rmcnASE. OF IEON.By 1856,consequence granting the State of Florida the alternate sectionsof These bonds can be used for no otter purpose than that there is scarcely a neighborhood in the State which will (

direction of the Board, the President recently visitedKew land through which our road shall pass, for the use of specified. Everything else necessary to the constructionand not feel its beneficial influence. It does .not propose to,

: York and .PhiladelphIa.WIth a view to the negotiation this company, the lands in West Florida have been with. operation of the road must be paid for by the company squander the munificent fund granted to urby Congress,

of the purchase of iron and equipments for,the road., drawn from sale., Unless the road is located within a rea- I out of other funds, and,'when procured, becomes security but by its credit to build up a system of roads which will

He returned on the 1st inst., and the Board has,the satisfaction sonable time, these lands will be again offered for sale, : : for the payment of the bonds. vastly enrich our State and add immensely to the,value" ofc"

to inform you that 1,000 tons of iron have been when the most valuable ..will be disposed of. To secure The bond-holder is thus secured by a mortgage oT the the fund, to be applied to other purposes' of State aggraa. *:

pu hased.on .f.vorable.tenns, and a conditional: agreement them, the location should be made. But the Board does articles which the proceeds of the bonds are invested, dizement.

,-Bubject your,approval, made for 1,000 tons more, not feel authorized to apply the general funds of the com and also by first mortgage on the roadbed, depots, &c., Ours'is a sparsely: settled agricultural communityr>:'without : ,
: 'the to put and 1tinuo.the road in operation; and banks, or ordinary financial facilities, yet. no other,
on similar terms to be d delivered.at intervals to suit thevenieuceoftrack .panyto this'purpose yvithout consent of the stockhold necessary
: a.Yin : lie has also'obtained favorable ers. We hope that our fellowcitizens of West Florida will costing as much as the .iron.' The security is, therefore, community has accomplished' more or so much in so short.a .

pro 0fials' for. supplying] onr company'wIth engines, show just appreciation of the benefits to result to them double the amount of the bonds. '' time,.as hasbee accomplished by'the. .Northern.frontier,
F The of the these bonds, counties of lour State from 'Tallahassee to the Atlantic Ot
eArc. 'frourse"eral 'establishments and for furnishing from the construction of a road through their section,;and act Legislature authorizing con- -
spikes? nd, !hairs; Negotiations'for;a;much, larger amount will make liberal subscriptions, enough at ]least for the veys in trust to the Governor=, Treasurer, -Register, Comptroller cean. ;How' gratifying a'comparison:'might'be drawn: :fee. .-

of' 'could have been 'made but 'in view.of the early] to secure the location of the road. .and Attorney! ,General of the State, and ,their successors tween the _progress we have made and, are making ;;aa& (
rpn charter "is authorized and ; all''the lands'and funds arising from the sale thereof that of the N ortb- &stern road and the Savannah, Albaar .-
"Meeting of the stockholder the President did not feel By the amended our company
: .
y and to constitute a fund for the payment of the interest on and Gulf R. R., though the:foraer-is backed and,urged by
without to set over assign portion or portionsof
to make farther purchases, sa1ctlon'land empowered any '
: your *
the bonds.- The -Trustees are 'required to endorse the the wealth, and the banking capital of Chjirlestoa (iHl.
? ; !
or.extenaions :
approval!. Tba iron purchased will I'* ig1 h 'nbout'51. 1 their main line : to any persons or properly '
: desirous of the bonds and to guarantee the payment of interest as it ac latter,by all'the resources'and energies, 0( the[ciacfi,'
: r 1'ncitl"krdrot about 80 tons ;-lJ&'mtle.: TWo 'oiganizcl"company. constructing same, on"their An 1
1 hop d i 23'iniles : turu&OE making ?a*bona fide subscription of.stock bearing a crues. \.anua equally favorable'nPu i>ton- mlbf"saada '
Bt1r1dbout: 1ithnece&SarY The ''.Internal Improvement fund" consists ,first of agrant with other ral1.hid! has been 'cootG6tdia: tt
section ; : any .
the of.road undertaken becoustrpeed.by
"{ E1do tfi 6.9. + J i\lU, 'dtielproporfcon! ,to ,; *P to ,
.,0(. 500,000 acres of land of which Georgia and other"Southern! States. a
by ,Congress !s
5t. i ni.jbf 1i 1rt) iwIU commence in, January .,them,-.and in, .t ateyeut. such persons! or
: ,
f.r + '450,000, were selected .many years ago ,and appraised, at By reference to the Report of tb*:thief) EittrtnMttifasK..*
t1t J shall 1 have distinct i with ]like
f d in the .month. a
a 1ui1'1\e; ofr; organization, I
1r2'- hL ff .....rf> .:. TMI'_ipe'bt, "I'j' ; : .company: r duies.attd rivilees'tvith'tke'saidensacoia near 000,000.. Most! of'itis.still;; J held by..tho'State. ,with submitted,'it'winraw> rtbl11tO _i.M":__ r

..: -.' : .. 111{;. -T ;.' .t oiJ 'fr.rtit') ; ritsJ' ,rijhta.'and.powers giaTRaTlroad, pojijpany ih'sncn) portion About 400000.: have, been! ,realize from:partial Bales,andinvestedju '.-ro..awith: : :eqmpmejiij'h"$1,6cHde I8'f.wWik"l _. -i:
,. n pcos>mnetico.. b" ? stocks, acres aro : 'aft\ aHowancVcConUnj --1 '-' '-"af "- .
.1j tP1t I> '1 'itijr" "" 'v \ their extension "' and ;:bonds and pay ing .50,000; yet M ...;
:'" b9rlh e:,\ < 'JU: f J ;lc hf1nrJ S7-lPV1' Jqp'f9, .roaJJ or : set over asHR1fWP'f'n.nf tobe selected fTfie.cashrvaTtieiof! IiU sgi'pf'iK :fund t(: ( ( -, a distinctive -name and shall'be .
IUI m'' a.t: e' e ttt ... we otnhJ'or ih'all adopt v '''' "
..i" J.r-nag. ,.&" r : .. ,ceeds ) 'ta @: :\tt! ..&
Jd' : :1J./b'r'I /. Ji 'boar and so recognized in;all courts: : *, / .. : .
P\f A corporate, rf '
?!" e.wut. : J A.> l ettoodi if. 4 14 rr 1, -Provided that ilXlontha' notice ,!Bat the\:moat valuable part oftlie; fund.ls, the, utbCon : y .liefgre'4tate d, ra'are. imtliortMgc{ .. '
,cuted.toas', T1t ._.. somatic, ,.r ., ,;r:., :" .,of,;la e-ifJoEt gfluity : two .. ess.in"165 o(till the .f Swamp?) ,lands,. and. lands'I table I "'the.' company- .with ihe interest '. : ,.' ',
enVtb thaBosrd: of Trustees of'the Internal Jm'prpvcment "
tkr .t rao T.p 'iia"61owe f \ppen4taUhii: "Ja..1.gCUtra1" ab 1i : of the t to'overflow* Th| actbaa,been.Jiberaljjr;coostraed; "Un.: 'Improvement Fundfat'the Jf "
"" Fund of such and. ,
isaowBfrf: I'ii-cnniietB monthjis fair work, if pro& '\ assignment, a. copy' der.its provisions, th a State, ,bag aeleetodl133A; ...00Q, Atirae, 't. f tli :.I COntri Ct ihl f t iC1la ''fit ISb.: ti a. '
)l'erlr done. With a vi ;w to expedite' !' the t-oujploiiou: of I, same. be filed ,nth said Board.' of TriiBtccb.! .. '; ,f '., I



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: I-to tbo extent of only 27 cents per acre,'{Bese lands would -T

8 l*> ) The lands granted by tha State and Congress are estimated cal interests in Georgia at the sacrifice of the best interests meetirg the Commissioners of ,tb t.county: represented to jtvthe aggregate be worth $125,000jnoyftfnoi, } at pnetent.Thre .

d to amount to 3,500 acres per mile, or more, the.cash. of onr company and State. Fortunately the act of 1855, the Board thai!; there was dissatisfaction at the amount donbt of is no doubt bah tbat the ,,Ii ereased l value would) Be

h valno of whicb, 6n the completion. of' the"road, cannot be: forbidding connections with Georgia west of the Alapaha their county subscription$ and! some;anxiety: and to' ,5,of;:10 times as great. V .

less tnaii $3 an acre.V e see' 'confident their valua "Will-0 } be without our consent, gives us the power to protect.our- to the ability of the county to pay so J large an amount reduced* TJie taxable property of the ponntyji! retained at $4,-

more than double: this amount. selves, and to counteract any local policy, and prevent the They suggested that their subscription s otId.be with-Jefl'erson 1 S,519. Three per cent. on this amdnntT-wiH realize
The for the road -with construction of road into Florida] which be to $12 OOO to them on an equal. footing
n resources building ., equipments, any may an- put $124,155, 57-100, very nearly enough-tb ,pay the county
may therefore be stated as follows : > tagonisticto the interest of our great enterprise.The conntr,.and expressed the opinion that this would,, he entirely subscription. Surely! Ii tax of,three ,perce; 1. for one year

Total cost of road and eqnip- .. Georgia companies having refused to accept;? our liberal satisfactory to the people o1"tlte county. The Board thisis or,1 per ccjit. for 3 years, will not bankrupt the Count y.':-, .

? menu,. $1,017,201 7S proposal, we cannot believe that any true Horidian did not feel authorized to reduce the subscription, as There were in 1855,4,148 slaves the County. The number

4e Purchase of 'Tall alms see R. will give countenance to schemes hostile to our companyand the province of the stockholders, but instalmentswere has since considerably increased. .A contribution of

t It. stock,_ . . . 60,000 00-$ ,707,231.SS in conflict with our general rail-road system. demanded from the county on only $125,000 until thepresent1 $30 for each slave would realize $124,540, and pay the *, .,
RESOURCES: : Our people want a communicaiion by railway to the At- meeting of the stockholders. The Board now recommend County subscription. Is there! a slaveholder In. the CoUnty'who

'. Capital stock, property, &c.,. .$022,799 99 lantic-we offer to make it, feeling confident of our abilityto 1 that the subscription of Madison county be reduced does not feel that it 'would be to his interest to subscribe -

Guaranteed 7 per crl: bonds do so. from $150,000 to 125000. as much as $30 for each slave if by so.doing he could

t I for 105.66 niilcs at $10,000, 1,050,060 00 We have no doubt of our ability to build a road across The Board is concerned to hear that considerable dissatisfaction a railroad through his County ? There cannot thero.
Madison ensure
Do. for Sn wan nee bridge, . 50,000 00-$1,729,405.92Excess the State of Florida, so as to connect the waters of Pensa exists among a portion of the citizens of fore be foundation for the apprehension that the
--- cola Bay with the Atlantic. It is certain that our means on account of this subscription, and that some assume that any of Madison people
of the rich County are unable to $125
.. It pay ,-
'of resources,. . . . . 22174.14 and resources are larger and better than have yet been exhibited the payment of this amount will bankrupt the county. 000 for a railroad especially when they receite stock..
; and
: saved in the
Add value of 369,810 acres of land 1, at $3,. 1109430.00 by any other company seeking to make a connec- is easyio prove that the amount exports which will in all human probability Be productive -
tion with Pensacola. It will be many years before any j imports of Madison by means of a railroad will exceed '. very

S Balance available resources,.$1,131,604.14Or Georgia road can reach the Chattahoochee or Apalachicola GO,000 annually-consequently, if the stock should not bo for every dollar they pay.

$24,938 14 more than sufficient to retire all the bonds river, even should] they ever find the means to con- worth pne cent, the people will be largely] the gainers by CONSOLIDATION WITH F., C. G. & A. K. P.. CO.

which are authorized to issue.GEOPGIA tinue it to Pensacola. Before they reach the Florida line the construction of the road at a cost to them of only $125- There has been a good deal of correspondence between
shall in all have road 000. The merchants in Madison all concur in this that they
COS BCTIONS. we probability, our completed. the President of this company and the President of the
Should be and fail in what could sell their goods 25 cent. cheaper with a road 1 i
we disappointed seem reason- per road the of tho
Central on snbject terms of
At rcnir' .last meeting the following resolution was adopted amount of goods sold 'annually, is :Florida junction
than without The
able and when out of one.
expectations, some company our of the two roads, and of the consolidation of the two
t : State makes a substantial proposition, with good and binding over $200,000, thus proving in the simplest way that $50- whose interests are identical. But
RcsokcdfThat the President and Directors of this Company he 000 would be saved to tho county. All experience companies, nothing
obligations and guarantees to do what we fail to do, it annually concluded. We feel confident
requested: to negotiations: with the Savannah, AI- increased value of lands within the definite has been that a sat
respectfully open will be time enough to consider the propriety of abandon has shown that the will be made.
bane and Gulf Railroad Company for a connection East of the Alapafia railroad and railroads influence of a railroad is more than equal to the cost of con isfactory arrangement .
ing our admitting
present system
river said connection to be made in the county of Columbia&, Respectfully submitted
the road should increase the valueof
from with it. of what structing the road. If
Georgia conflicting rumors
and after the line of road front the Suwannce River and the Florida Vague E. C. CABELL, President.
Brunswick and Savannah can and will! do should not be the lands for ten miles on either side in Madison County _
Railroad has been completed.
regarded by us. They are irresponsible, committing their -
of in regard to its Georgia con- Commercial CtBTeitlti.
The policy our company cities and tend divide and distract The Incoming Administration
only to
sections was indicated in the last annual report of the Jtoribian &i f Dttrnal.TALLA Buchanan, our The Contention met
_ councils, and to create sectional jealousies and to impair our Since the election of on Monday the 8th

Board of Directors, as follows : ability to help oursch'cs.Vhen} our main trunk Last and ,- .r ___ '.' r .... risibles have been considerably exercised bya instant, and organized by electing James
Holding tlic. key to the Gulf, we do not proposeto lock the doors West road shall have been built there connectionswith I in of President '
rtankind but will throw them to ad- are LLA HASSEE : portion of the opposition press indulging Lyon, Virginia, and on.ee
against the rest of we not open
Southwestern Georgia and Alabama which will be I of the Cab President from each State
nit the entrance of those who may not consult our interests, and speculations{ as to the composition represented (fa
desirable and which will doubtless be made. In the
who mar seek to despoil us of benefits and blessings which a kind to us, I inet, and as to what may be the policy of the next day, it appears from the list of dele-
201 85
time let look ourselves] and and Dec. .
to standing Saturday
Proridenf e has conferred upon us. The rule to be observed in the mean us the new administration. gales published in the Savannah papers, that
f working together, endeavor: to promote the interest and I
social relations of State to another in this
political and one connection the .
Some have so far as to name persons there were 245 in attendance, and others
welfare of State and Pensacolaand gone ex
of the President of
is thus hud down by the State of Georgia in a report of a com our own our own people.SOME I Report
who are to constitute the Cabinet, andto pected. The State of Virginia alone was
R. R.
mittee of her Legislature two years ago: GJ.SERAI.TISTrC6 AND PROBABLE VALUE OK STOCK. Georgia Company. '
"c There is nothing illiberal or selfish in the determination of Geor. define the course of policy, foreign and do represented in the Convention by 110 dele.
before readers in this i
). Wo place our :!sue,
of the
the of
gin to lore upon those gifts ofrnature and a bounteous Providence, In consequence protracted absence mestic, which the new President will pursue.Of gates, and Georgia: ,by about 100.! North
of the President and Directorsof
the able
dent the Board. is unable to lay before detailed statis- report
have been so exclusively her own, and by their you '
which seem to proper coarse, all these !speculations! are chimerical and Sooth Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama,
and judicious use to secure for }hvr own people the greatest possible tical information going to show the probable profitablenessof the Pensacola and Georgia Rail Road, as
without the least an. Louisiana Florida and Texas
and and
advantage. Such determination is in nowise incompatible with our road when completed. Only] few general statis- a contribution to the lively) and increasing interest premature, were repre

her political or social relations to other States or their inhabitants.' tics can be given. The value of taxable property, as returned manifested concerning this important thority for their foundation-moonshine emanating sented.

We shall not rigidly enforce this Georgia rule against the inhabitants by the owners to the tax-collectors, in the present enterprise.It from moonstruck editors. We pre. The Journal of the 10th says that direr

of Georgia. But we have opposed, and do oppose, and, so far year, in the counties of Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, Madison sume that Mr. Buchanan has not yet seriously and sundry resolutions and propositions bare
embodies all the data for
as this Company law:ully may, shall ever oppose! and throw every Hamilton and Columbia, is $23,265,067. necessary a thought either upon the personnel of his cabinet been made with reference to tbe repeal of the
in the of connection of the Georgia railroads comprehensive understanding of the present
legal obstacle way a Nearly everything exported or imported by these counties I or the system of policy which he may tariff, revenue laws, direct taxation, southernline
"with the Florida )'stem-railroads, and w th the gulf Mexico: at whether through Fernandina and Jacksonville on the I condition of the work. We earnestly com
adopt. It cannot be reasonably conceivedthat of steamers, education, &c., which
and in such will be injurious to tR; substantial were
such point manner as Atlantic or St. Marks on the Gulf, must passover the whole mend,it to the attention of every member of
interests of our ora. State. We do not suggest an illiberal poli- I. he has even finished acknowledging the referred to the Committee on Business. The
or part of our road between Tallahassee and Alligator. ,' the General Assembly', now in session and
('WRut when Savannah and Brunswick seek to appropriate to 1 t I thousand congratulations which are resolution offered by Mr. Gaulden, of Geor.
and bounteous Providence which"are The white population in these counties, in the year 1855, Irus'i'that' it will receive; from them a careful many

themselves exclusively"those ours gifts,of by nature proposing a to build a railroad through the was 24,440, and the number of slaves] 27,117. and thoughtful perusal. It will be apparentto pouring in upon him from personal and polite gia, porposing the reopening of the slave

lower counties of Georgia, and skirting the northern border of Flori In an interesting report made by Mr. F. P. Holcomb to them, as it must be to every reflecting mind icol friends, since his election. tit e shall not trade, wa laid on tbe table by a decided vote

da, to enter our State, and connect those cities with the Gulf, so the President of the Savannah and Albany R. R. Co., it is I that the true interest of Florida will be best undertake to say who will constitute the cab Speeches were made on the subject by Mr.

far West as to divert the trade, even of our own country from (Iurown' stated= that the free white population embracing the whole inet of the new President, for the best reasonin Calhonn, of S. C., Bethnne and Peeples of

roads,.and to endanger, if not to break up the magnificent sys district contributing to the way-travel of the Georgia promoted by frowning upon every attempt to the world, namely, that we know nothing Ga., and others.-Selinel, Dec.. 16.

tem of Internal Improvement projected in this State, their schemes Central road in 1852, was ,53,255) and that the number of alienate the magnificent fund or any part of about the matter. And yet we probably

should be and shall be resisted by every legal means, as necessary tour way-passsngers was 44,459. Assuming that the number it, donated by Congress and appropriated by Mr. Buchanan TIle CoalBff Battle.

<) own protection, and due to a proper regard to other interests of of way-passengers on our road from the counties above e- tho State, from the purpose for which it was know as much as any one except After the arduous labors of the late Presidential

oar State. We invite them to act in concert and harmony with us, numerated will bear a relative proportion to the white pop- wisely set apart by the legislation of 1855.- himself. That it will be composed of contest, we expected that tbe nation
4o approach as as friends, and not as rivals or enemies. We offer ulation shall have from these counties alone 22- able and experienced statesmen, and sound
we over
The time is far distant
not we predict, when a short're-sIite from the toil and
them a'"U alf connection, but insist that they shall not enter Floridaat
; 000 way passengers. But there will be a large way travel and truly national democrats, we do not doubt.
be fatal interests. The of such no matter by what excitement of political but
a point which may to our point entrance every attempt partyor a campaign; ,
from the lower counties of Georgia and other counties in There are such within the broad limitsof
.into our State-in the County of Hamilton-proposed by us! does Florida. and as our road will be a connecting link between by whom made, will receive the condemnation this republic.many And Mr. Buchanan's large judging from recent demonstrations nude by
increase the of road which will connect them
not materially length of the The the Black malcontents in Congress
the whole of East Florida and the west and northof people. RepresentativeS Republican -
with the GulL They will find a temporary outlet at St. Marks ; but country acquaintance with the public men of the country -
Tallahassee, it is fair to assume that the number of from theV cst will also perceive, we trust, we do not see but that tbe next fight
.acting in harmony and unison withus, by a concentration of our energies will enable him to select such a Cabinetas
; we may construct a road to the noble Bay of Pensacola, and through-passengers will exceed the number of waypassengers. that the welfare of their own section lies in the nation will and whose must now begin. The fanatical agitatorsseem

thus. secure the consummation of the objects so earnestly desired abandoning all schemes for a railroad con. approve, one not to be satisfied with the sound drub-

q by us all, and of such vast political consequence to our Govern We have not the data tit which to give the present pro- nection outside of the State and iu imitating abilities, experience and personal virtues will bing which they received from the bands of
ductions of the counties tributary to this of our road o: give lustre to the new administration. We
ment. part ,
the example set them by the counties of the the Democracy on the battlefield of
1n ACCCrt'Qa.ncc witti lJCi3U vJ".. ,...J I.. vhrv ]:_ _.M ...., ... I hit nn estimate of their extent and value may bo inferred look with full confidence for an able and distinguished
Middle. 'ITio facts cnntinpil; I in !\f r. f'nltcll. the nation and are therefore ak wing; itgna
instructions, propositions have been invited from Savannah from the statement we have made of the amount of taxableproperty ] cabinet at (the hands of the
I' relative! to what has been dono and is graatest of renewing the contest even at this early day.
report ,
in six of these counties which '
or rather from the Savannah, Albany and G. R. R. } as we have seen, living statesman of the United States; and
Company, looking to a connection with our system. The I is more than $28,000,000. The production of cotton alonein doing in this section, show what the peoplecan when it is formed and to the They are resorting to many ingenious arts

President and one of your Directors visited Savannah}( last these six counties in 1850 was 3770 bales. It is much accomplish when they rely upon then promulgated and expedients to keep their rank and file

spring, and, while there, were assured that the views and more now. But the present productions of the country afford selves. Jackson county, needs only the en"terprise world, we shall announce the names of those embodied and to inspire them with confidenceand

wishes of Savannah fully and entirely accorded with the no reliable criterion by which to judge of the businessof to become the pioneer in the 1 work o f who may constitute it with pleasure. And courage. '

interests of our company.The } the road. Hail roads always create business for them- extending our mold through the Wi-et. She with regard to the policy of the new admin Tho Democracy of the Union should not

Board received no official communication from the selves, and it is now universally assumed that when a rail has abundant ability. In 1855, the taxable} istration, we believe all our brethren of the disregard these pregnant signs of the times.

Savannah, A. and G. R. It. Company but all the commu- road penetrates a country as new as ours, and as remote Press are as much in the dark as ourselves. battle
property of the county was returned at $t, They, too, should be preparing for ,
'mcations, written and oral, between the officers of the t\yo from market, the exports will soon equal its former produc Nor do we believe that the President elect .
companies induced the belief that that company earnestly tions. This will be more than realized by our road, be* 400,310. Madison county in the :Middle re bearing in mind that eternal vigilance is the
himself the
desired a connection with us at the point we have indicated. cause of the facilities it will afford to get lumber and naval turned in the same year a taxable propertyof has yet prescribed to programmeof price of liberty. In the Northern States, at

"We felt that we were offering a. boon to Savannahand stores to the sea-board. The experience of the Tallahassee 4,138,519. Jackson does nothing Madison policy which will guide his administration.Yet least, they should immediately organize their

thought she BO regarded it. But no official communication II. R. shows that the receipts from freights on imports ex- subscribes 8125,000,and now has a road the public are not without some light on forces for the near campaign. ey should

coming to us, on the 27th of October the Presidentof ceed the receipts from exports. located from one extreme<< of the county to the subject. They have in the first place, be in the field in advance of their opponents.We .

this company addressed: a formal note to the Board of j But the great value of onr stock will consist in the lands the other, and in a short time the snort of the principles and public character of Mr. are aware that the odd Are seemingly

Directors of the S. A. & G. I*. R. Co., with which be enclosed 1 granted by the Federal and State Governments. The two the iron horse will bo heard echoing through Buchanan for a guide in drawing conclusionsin against the Democratic party in numbers,bat

a copy of the resolution] of the stockholders: and rc- grants amount to about 4,500 acres per mile, but so muchof I reference to this matter. He is a demo- and the moral
all her forests. We from this what the prestige of a good cause
; see a
quested reply in time to be l laid before at the U. S. lands have been sold on part of the line that: the old school) with
you your pres- of
crat forty -
I years experience which
the national
1 self reliance do.Gentlemen influence of victory
To this communication the amount which will become the of the ) enterprise' an can -
eut nieeting. no answer has been property company II
in life which time
,. public during ,
.received. may possibly be reduced to 3500 aeres per mile. With of the West !-up and go to work. they have won,will be equal in effective forceto

Having suggested the!! point at which! we were willing to the facilities afforded by its proximity to a railroad: a great- PiiVyour: shoulder to the wheel in right man adhering firmly to his political principles, he thousands of voters. Besides, the miser-

permit a connection with our system, and having understood part of our lands, which must be selected] in Columbia] and ly style, and it will not be long before you has been moderate and conservative in his able flupes of fanaticism cannot ,help being

that'lhis connection. was acceptable to, and desired l Hamilton counties, are among the most valuable in the will be astonished and gratified at what has views. He has been eminently a nationalman disheartened, and the rank and file will not

by Savannah, we considered that the point of connection State. Lands) contiguous to the Central R. K. of Georgia, been accomplished. with views which embrace his whole rally in a new contest as they did! in the last
was fully understood and settled, and that this companywas which were considered worthless }previous to the construe country, and not any particular section of it campaign. The Democracy will l commence

committed to it. But it does not seem to hare beenso I tion of that road, are now and have been for many years& An Important Measure. exclusively. Well stake all the reputationwe under
the new campaign encouraging
the S. A. & G. R. R. Co. and worth $5 an acre. It is not unreasonable to assume that very
regarded by we are now have, that he will be the President of the
The lion. B. W.
of Jefferson
absolved from even an implied obligation to them. the lands which will become the property of our company, Bellamy, we circumstances and with a firm resolution to

We are abundantly able to work out our own destiny, and will] be worth as much after the completion of the road.- see by the proceedings of the House, has nation, and not of a section. His patriotic win the battle. We predict for them a glo-

will best consult our own interest by "securing to our own Assuming their value at $5 per acre, the lands] of the corn- given notice that he will inttoduce a bill to purpose is, to harmonize the jarring elementsof rious triumph.The.

people" 'exclusive connection between the Gulf and At- pan will be worth $17,500 per mile-considerably more be entitled "An act to exempt from levy and discord which have embittered one portionof -

lantic. We cannot now be cha.rgedith selfishness or a than the estimated cost of the road. sale in this State by execution or attachment, the Union against the other, by doing im Election in Gadsden.at +

want of con1it). For years the people of Middle] and West INTEREST: ON INSTALMENTS. or other process,'one slave." This may very partial justice to, and protecting the rights of We have heard tbis the contest -

Florida ear estly sought a connection with Savannah or But though our future seems so bright, our lands and properly be regarded as the most important both. As to the foreign policy of Mr. Buchanan between Gen. Allison and Mr. Davidson -

Brunswick-scarcely] a session our Legislature has passed stock are not now available. Many ot our stockholdershave legislative measure which has been introducedfor !, we believe it will be guided by hon for the vacant seat in the House of Representatives .

for 20 years without granting a newclarteoramendingan! not been as prompt as they should be in paying their : the wise consideration of the present General est and straight-forward purposes and inten- has resulted in the election of the

old one for a railroad! from, some point on the Gulf to the instalments. The Board has authorised the President to l Assembly. It to create a speciesof tions, and carried out with firmness, decision latter gentleman by the meagre majority ot
Georgialine. From the da}' of the first contemplation' r'f the borrow to meet the engagements of the proposes six votes. '
money necessary and Like his he will
homestead in slaves energy. predecessors,
by specific legislation,
road accustomed ourselves look Georgia
Brunswick we to to and trusts that this intimation will induce all
for an ,outlet to the Atlantic. From time to time pl"Oln- company delinquent stockholders to pay the instalments demandedon as additional security for the permanency of ask of foreign nations nothing which is not South Carolina.

.jses'and assurances apparently well-founded, were given their subscriptions. The Board also recommends Hint l slave property. The policy which constitutes,! right, nor submit to anything which is wrong. The Hon. R. F, W.Allston bas been elected -

that their road would be speedily built. But they proved the instalments should bear interest from the date on which ,tl o predicate of this measure is both wise and The conduct.of his administration will be Governor of.this State.

utterly fallacious, At length, despairing of the accom- they should be paid, at the rate of 8 per cent per am nan., just, having for its object the stabilitating an high-toned, dignified and just. Tbe of the challenge of Senator

plishment of our hopes through the iUitrUluenta1ity of The purchase of the stock of tho Tallahassee R. K. Co. institution which is so intimately interwoven report
Hon. James A. Stewart. Toombs Col. Fremont is stated to be
t' ] resolved take destiny by
enterprise we wisely .to our demand the stockholders
Georgia makes a heavy on necessary. i' with all that is socially and politically vital,to
into diir-own keeping, and. to endeavor to do for oui- This purchase was authorized and required by the votes the interests of the South. Let the idea, Virginia, Louisiana and Maryland are three false. .,.

selves 'what,,we [had so long hoped Georgia would do for us. of the counties, and a proportionate amount of their subscriptions Southern States which originally supportedMr.
It is rumored thAt the Hon. T. H.
The Act, of January, '55, was passed. Our people went to is applicable to this purpose. justly founded\ go out to the abolition hordes Buchanan in the Cincinnati Convention,
the North that male inhabitant of the and Hon. L. M. Kennett will be sent to the
work in good.earnest. and shewed that Jhcy had both the REDUCTION: OF ENGINEERING EXPENSES. pf every and it has been suggested that this circumstance -

will and ability to, form a Gulf and Atlantic, connection The of the have been slaveholding State forms an inseparable partof will not, perhaps, lessen their chances United States Senate from Missouri :bj a

throu i and: within the limits of! our own State. Againnew engineering expenses company the institution of negro servitude, and you coalition of Americana and Benton Demo
large, in consequence of the desire of the stockholders tohave' for consideration with the President elect in
life seemed be imparted to tho Brunswick scheme them of the last of in
disarm hope success crats.
tho entire line of the road put under contract at the making up his cabinet. Virginia will, doubtless
and fresh assurances were given of the wish and determination their schemes of fanatical madness. The diffusion -
This has made force and
of the Brunswick to construct roads into Midrdleland sametime. a large necessary, ,present the name of some one of her distinguished
company New
Cou FREJfON'P.Pink
V has involved increased Now tbatlhe en. of slavery throughout every ramification ,
camp expenses. and
sons, we are gratified to see
: West Florida if would abandon -
we our own
aystem'of tire line has been finally located, the expenditures on this of society and condition would strengthen correspondent ;of the' Cbarlestoo Copier,
improvements. Savann&h also renewed herp proJoitions that from Maryland the Hon. James A.
( account will be materially reduced, unless the stockholders ] both politically and morally, the institution wiitea: I have ,heard it reported that Fremont
extend her roads to Florida but desired
to ,,[ to enter Stewart is mentioned! as likely to be tenderedthe
; determine to continue their surveys and the locationof it tbe interest of to has been ,arrested three times at the
the State at jtointa which will conflict : with our system.; making, every owner Navy Department. Judge Stewart is.
the road West to Pensacola.The ?
But we.c iutd not,:if we would do anything conflicting withthe.provifiions ef eferc''so the elective franchise, and, if neces complaint of hit :creditors-Uiiy alleging it
item of $20,642,52 in the Treasurer's accounts paid, now in Congress for he first time. He represents -
ofa)Jaw we: had,urged the Legislature to pass, eaty,;figbt for his property. as their, belief that be intended' l leaving the.
of embraces all on district heretofore and
on account Engineering, money paid a strongly fa
rn: nor akd wean better'reaao .than formally believe. that I" bill not be de. State. Horace Greelj went his security
this account-since organization .of tho ..and I a.! Bellamy's may or may but which
be fulfilled. company, \.1" ( overwhelmingly Whig, throughhis la the
ese.promlses.would, of !! include hire of negroes, and purchase of instruments, 'f' "'fee ise I in some of its details, but the principal personal! popularity and abilitY'as'ua'debater one case and Bowen & MtNamee
i 'Ther-terms '. fcbesg propositions being impossible, we 1i I
,horses, wagons, and camp,equipages, also,tho J amount paid'on object is a valuable one, and deserves the second;
: wereAtill; -indisposed to, act in an illiberal 8iJl if., Avowing I was redeemed in 1855, while each of ... .
of,the of in Gadsden and consideration of the
fl l! tmr'' purpose t6'Desist; ,the I .construe. i nor a'-road.from expense surveys! county.. ,. Jnture.I. intelligent the other five districts of the State was carried 'Froz, Kaasas.CiiICAeo '

Tiomaaville which! } t'od3runsw7ck.Co.de-!' MADISON COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION. ," Legi ; Bee. I i,18 *.
,to Tallahassee ,:,!: 1 by the Know Nothings. As a member ,Thursday ,
sire and also Jo oppose the elJr4! ,nce of the, !Brunswick:3 J The riginal.8nbscrip.ti n of the 'county:of- Madison to'tbo 1 I. Hew Counties of the,,Federal .Legislature, he has taken a We have received Kansas dates $taH1inst. Wal.ker >>
sdd& : .jorlda( point .tl1Capab&Pb fcapitalBtock'of the $150,000. Jefferson Tbu Free State mflilia,gDd Capt> -
': + vann JGrpadsjntQ: J-I!ties jyestof; companywas His the '
t before the
speech '
are Legislature providingfor high position. on slavery re-
sAl MD*$ of"the. ..manifest. injury thelrrconth-uc. 'Ion) county subscribed $125,000 and Leon $100,000 to so much have :teen, : dwbt; deiC at ,tbefrownquest
the organization of three new Counties.Two .- question during the last session delivered 'the Free Slate prison**,
of of the'road lies'Last Tallahassee in said Sixteenior;
da a i t-)1f"P1UJ: 9n PW if.) .c general,pferest as Bounty.The I
to be taken from, the, Southern'portion while Black Republicanism WAS raving ,at tried for murder In the first degieij. haft
PI Ib* 6i8t9.we-offur(4 fQ,}J.V u .and Savannah a tuft ] 'counties of Leonand Jefferson made.their subscriptions to . > *
t .'. angt=CtiO>tllrQu #g HIWJ.f.$ P: 9 unty,and, ,the. 'town, pf Tal-! the, full amount it was"'estimated they:;could ,subscribe of Madison, to be called I Lafayette. and Taylor the,top of its'bent," evinced rare powers' of 'bera I'. qui tN, nd of rune are 'still retired wTtflaL-: br J1e

"it., :sblcllduJI9t.lpcreaseJ, th ,,distance one'mild. 'the:county subscriptions ingHmited
f -In: s t Q nor l m IIallitssep.to} T>_ z ri swClillor: O'J. off p onstructin ,the roa( through the c tint1. :The ]lengthaitd'couB'e'quent'cost named Bcker, as a compliment we suppose, 'then of the" day. We would are sure hail that'thiS the selee l Democracy ] last late. ,Navigation! wss Qtirely'_.closed,
r somewba 1 on'ger than thezoitto ,of the road.in Madison being greater of Maryland
J lr""l' :I qIUJJ.lJJJfft j L ; to the distinguished gentleman of that name tribute favorite

U JiI1!! } )Jouu.tr.; ,liTweking,a Gulf.cgnneetton!. than jn the other 'counties, tbe, Commissioners of that who-was<< recently'rite American candidate for eon tion,as and a the well country deserved at large find.iu to a him'an Tho.Abl d gdD.e1 t Ya.. .). li ,)ec0p1e,

tbe Brtinnrtek ,Aiid.6fyannaL-Jl; II.. core auics..matpfest 'a c u'uty"were'autborized'to'inake u ]lurger'subscription, And able and mobt efficient officer. out iu favor ot rbo{ P.cik.R.ailf1)ad.Ii .
wish} and deteruimation. ,"n' t they'can, to consult' certain lo- sub'scribed fur $150,000 of stock. Shortly l alter your last v



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of tha Legislature1 His Ex- LNIfB CuaiA .Taurtrcae.BR08.'of manta'aira G orgia Hilitary Institute, :Cheese.KVBOXE3ptrJLH. Large 'Sales. Cheap
1be members -A opportnnitr flaw offered at-ti** innillfiiet f I *..
the Govcmor ul 9t.hStnte offi. .FLt..rl\G :rnhburs' rho.I !'. All otlidr 'Ver J MA.B.tETTA G-A. Gamble. ',01 THE A UMotoftLebcsinMtaeaaoe):.Sr our" Sodfe-- .
D cr : ; *J\J 85 boxes .Cbe _. .
Dairy f. .
tt'll *
\ of in
is th St. mifuge;,
the Presh1ent':1ud'Dlrec compariw.n.nre wortWew.. Th.. MXane'sgenuine 1-. For sale by &Uh IL II. BRIt FIRST TKUB3DAYIN3ANT'UTILt tm 0 Oeorra/rVnd aiHUFJorfdZan,gtnm% wlMatUy

etllUil Road. Conijiaoj, Majgr Chase, -Vermifuge. ,_also hU Celebrated Liver Till* TIlE first term of the academic j-enr at this, In. November :2, 1866. 47Executor's -0- fiit Tblbili#.tot*a CD* IMI b *Apue'-:
can pow.be had at all the 20Ui of .f our good If tare tUy purduu eooaiftaff ryH:
Alabama and Pensaeola respectable commence on July mnl ,
.r'd t Of Dnig tore. Arc"t BE ON'THE PREMISES 0 th a* follow*: .
R03d Comp'lO.f..and t A number of citi-- genuine without the*>>H i tun of 60 end on the 20th of December. The and second ends term the Sale. 'i' day aLe SL Icn at public outcry, L Staple Dry floods! of every" dwcnption;
eoTMnences the 20lh of February, on
n cats for St Marks, 6n 'fSaturdaj Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and Ttw amount appropriated to the Institute by the JL Berrien.late Chatam county,Georgia, deceased, *. cmp of first J"n two 000tbea& Havana CIOABS
"it ( offer for eak.'by authority of the same, the following TIBMS-One third Ca h. and the Ffae Groceries French BraodM*,
ne pUS g0 vas made in 47 minates, by one agent in every town ;Jn the South. Legislature of Georgia at its last session ha been property : equal annual instalments drawing eight per cent m Superior )fMIeir.Porta11dSherTyWiDe9SALTaUty _. .

!}lIIe 51'lVlcs*,) ..stoplng five niinutes at .he - .- will expended therefore in ,erecting be nceornmodiition additional' *,buildings.nt the beginningof There 1.-A.tract of land situated o Black
( dl ation-U1I1.-ang 4C tnmutes rUhtngmid Do You want PiCtUre'il"HE the next term, for fifty Cadets in nddrti.n to one lam county Georgia, about 12 miles b) Augn..t acs are cleared add fa cultivation and GROCERIES-Bacon, Flour Sugar, Cvfiee. Kice'
4 .' a hundred and thirty, tbe number. road: from Snvnnnah containing acres, excellent fenc And there are on the premises a Whisspy.every thing to suit the want of the people.r
I Undersigned would' respectfully announce to The prewnt ns the Spring&cld The tract is near the comf,>rtable dwelling, good out houses 9 good n -grtcabins > Nov.8,1856. 45 J. R LLOYD
the Compaivabout( 80)) 'sat, course of studios, nod of instruction Pantatio.
iil1li o'clock Ladies systems _. .
e and Gentlemen of Tallahts.ee and and ]li in.pf the & Savannah Railroad. good barn gin liowe and Krew.These --- -- .--
lo a dinner, served up1n our friend A. Vincinty that be i is now fully prepared to take those -the discipline are modelled after the West Point plan' A portion pled ha formerly Cll11 been cultivated in rice. lauds are situate in the Patterson Hammock Wanted #
? ,
i insure
being to thoroughly
purpose a man: a
o stJlt ollsisling' of boatitiful colored. young I1."A bf land in Habmham the road leading from Monticello to
he-"t soups Ambrotypw BO much admired by scientific tract county. Georgia, on public *
COVES' and education which the
t> practical to develop T A A BIDES for bicbest price will befJJ
chi kens ducks lui.venisn '. all lovers of art.: Those wishing work done including'Iba-Dwelling House and lately the Madison Court House, about eleven miles from Madison
V chowders i oj>ters, would do his physical strength. and to tench him -to be punctual gds \ paid in cash or
well to call early, as.his Bunxner Jtcfcidcnce of the known and twenty from Monticello. The Rail Merchandise.J.R.
poik, beef,. vegetables, pies, soon him engagements elsewhere will systematic, industrious, and economical in his hab deesed Tettor. Tallahassee to Jacksonville LLOYD. ;
cause to leave. constructed from
keV3, VTM KUHNS. aa Bockingfiam,fitunteJ 3 miles sou now being
Arc to which tho company did Dec. 20. '5C. its.The abut mArk- Savannah also through the planta NOT.S, 1868. 45PROViSIONSplenty. ila ;
; A-C. 51Blacksmith consists ville nd about 25 mites the line of the pisses .
of six
fruits Faculty all of them
professors ( -- --- --
-- Gap The tract contains 250 acre of fairaverage tion. Tho lands are fresh and level and of the first ';
--- .
ample Jgice.&fter dinner, wines and brnttdics of theciloIcest for Sale ,men.are graduates) The Superintendent of the IT. S. Military and the Academy Commandant Rir. of which about 40 acres have been quality, and the plantation is believed to be one of at Iaat: .;.,:

brands wero introduced, and n num. at West Point cleared and cultivated; the remainder i i-well woodedwith the most desirable in Middle Florida. r7fI \ BBLS. Flour .!
THE undersigned offers for 8ale his biy Peter.- the U 8 Casks Bacon Sides
of the The Dwel- and Sboulder.
ordinary growth
drank, and speeches deliveredppropTUtte one desirons of obtaining a valuable Smith. Expenses, for board tuition, fuel, lights and washing, country. M
hero toasts the occasion.! would do well to call immediately. If not disposed of per term, in advance, $112 50 ling.House is lrg commodious and in complete re- At the same time and place, will be sold for Cash, 2 Dnffield'a Hams "
to The an extensive river of the IOBbls.MessPork. ,
: o'clock the Company eft. St. privately will be offered at public Auction onJhe 2nd Expenses For further, Surgeon fee, per annum for $5 00 Blue Ridce Mountains. A fine spiiiig of water is SEVENTY VALUABLE SLAVES, 2 Lard and 10 kegs do. .
At ,hree Monday In January next. particulars, or a copy of the Regu _
return to 1 Tallahassee.. PreionsLinjr. D. C. lations of the institute, apply to Col. A. V. BUUMBV I near the Dwelling House. Ou the premises are including one Carpenter and Blacksmith, and a good 4 Molasses 20 do.Rectified Whiskey, .
\f* WILSON. Kitchen,Stables,Carriage House. House,Smoke 10 Sugar 4 do. Frmeb Bitenit For caUbv
thre 1 _. House, Dry-well, Water and Dwelling McNAUOHT ORMOND CO.
to Q' Sec. of Board of Trustees. wel 'amer'J ALSO ,
kulla Dec. 17, 1856. -- -- --- House, all built. ---- Nor. '
An 56.
.sOfEs.-n December 6. 1856. 49-3m conveniently substantially 8. 45
Dancing N tice. orchard on the grounds contains a large number of About 8000 bushels Com, --

FrcmvE SLAMS is CANADA.We se 1 [R. TITUS will each every Friday and Saturday EXecutOr'SsRle.'XTU.T.I rare fruit trees of various descriptions. 20,000 pounds of Fodder. India Rubber Bolting.

Canada that a 1l10'C.It ., 3 o'clock P. M. Next IlL The following tracts of land in Florida : A 50 bushels Seed Peas, LARGE SUPPLY
dated in the papers Lesson gived Fri- be sold to the highest bidder,on the fourth A of India Rubber Bultin .of
tract of land in Alacbua Florida 250 head of Hogs,
day 29mb.Deeenther2O56.
foot in Canada to secure the passf January next at the Town of Alli- county M two, three and four ply. warranted fully equal
t's on section 10, township 9, 19. 6)0ncn6. ) 40" Cattle,
gent act Parliament by which fugith'efe 51 gator, Columbia county, Florida, all the Negroes The tract lies within 4 range miles of containing the line of the 14 Woiking Mules to Leather and 75 per cent cheaper; in fact coo.i,l-
( an Land and other property of John W. Lowe, deceased, ered by those who have tried them, to Leath
the Uillled Slates.a .
back Road
be sent to Fernandiua and Cedar Keys Rnilroad. Two large Wagons,
tS m\ Circular Saws consisting of four valuable Negroes 300 acres of land er. All sizee from 4 to 14 iucbea wide. constantly
tracts of f laud in Waknlla county, known One light two-horse Wago
: Democrat edited Mr.lhnkS Ijing hear the White Snungiu Hamilton 160 Tree a on hand by D.LAD "
Side by county
The and HOE & co's um er H, containing SCO are. Lot number good Wagon, Oct.
acres lying Columbus Newport 18 18M.
who was the last nominee of the Ciiculnr Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, constantly TERMS made near known in the Columbia of county. 27, containing SCO acres, and part of Lot number 28, One Yoke of Oxen, __ 42
: nemoc'ratic members of Congress for Clerk] for sale at a co-nmission on manufacturer's ASA on day containing 280 acres One Lanier Mill,
is cut in an article 1 a column 1 prices, by D. LADD. JAMES S. JONES x.rt. The property in Habersham county may be examined Blacksmith's Tools,Farming Utensils, &. Lumber.'ITE .
0fijie f House Newport, December 20, 1856. 51 December j f by application t Alexander Erwin,Esq.,Clarka- The title to the Lands and Slaves will be made by have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousand"
electors 1 13,1856.
adising 50-tds
1 long, assailWhe Virgink for vile:.t1at in Alacbua county by application to Horace the Marshal of the Northern District of Florida, under f" ketogoodSwonLseof every di-

Mr. Buchanan as to Ins Cabinet.TFroo Fresh Rice. 50,000 Merry, Esq.jlicanopy, Florida: that in Wakul- consent decree, as will be advertised by him, and eription. which: will be delivered in Tolkhasae low._.
Havana Segars. la county by application to Maj.John Beard. Talla the title will be good and unincumbcred. Those wishing Lumber ean addrera us at CtntreviHe.

the Key of the Gulf, December 10, 1856.) JUST received direct from Charleston 50 whole ALL persons who love to smoke good SEGARS hassee. AUGUSTUS FISHER, Bills sawed at short notice.

l half tierces llice. For sale right by find them together with come choice, Tur- For terms apply at Savannah, Go, to Henry Williams THADDEUS P. LANIER, A. R. COMBS A CO.

ARRIVAL Of THE TEXXKSSEE. D. LADD. kish and Spanish smoking :TOBACCO at the Drug I one of the Eeeutr Administrators of Augustus H. Lanier, dco' Sept 27, 1856. 89
Newport, December 20, 1856. 51 Store of AMES & LIVELY. I THOMAS ) November 15, 1856. 46-7w

Important Sews from Nicaragua.cr.iVpr'8 Nov. 29, 1856. 48 CHARLES J.JENKINS, f!Executors, tc. *** Georgian &Journal,Savannah,and Charleston FALL MTT1T1jy
Quincy Male and Female.4.0A.OEJ1WY. HENRY WILLIAMS, ) Courier will please copy three times a week for oue

Forces Surronnded-Brilliant Naval 'rScott's; littleTGiants:' November 22, 1856. 47-1 m month, and send bill to this office. .lii" 1ES.ceiving E. DAVIS has opened and will be re. I
express throughout the season, the
Engagement.. TIlE next session will begin on tbe 1st Tuesday in TOS. I, 2, 3 and 4-a superior artic'e for crushing Executor's Notice. Sale of Land and Negroes. latest and most fashionable styles of t
Miss Isabella Given, who has for several -Li Corn and Cobs-constantly on Land and fur sale, \ J
steamship Tennessee, Capt. been connected with the Institution at manufacturer's months after date, I shall present my final ac under decree Wednes- PARIS MILLINERY,
The U. S. M. years past o prices, byHOPKttS SIX "f 1 TILL be sold a Court,on ,
arrived here on the 9tn inst., from will continue in charge of the female departmellt.Althougb & MEGINNISS.Nov. and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of ,' I T" T day the 7th day January, 1857, at the Estate Ribbons, Flowers and Featben; also a rich selection ...
Forbes, she left the 4th in- tbe female department will receive the benefit 29. 1856. 4t-48 Probate for Jefferson County, as executor of John Plantation near Sandy Ford on the Aucilla River of Drew Trimmings with a variety of Drew and
San Joan which port on of the supervision and instruction of the lYinci- -_ Johnson, late of said Cuntydee and ask for a One Hundred Negroes, or so many thereof iu may Cloak Patten Bonnets Dresses Cloaks HeadDresses -

riant She brings _400 or 500 passengersand pal, yet his more immediate attention will be givento ExecutorTs Notice. disiso and as executr. be necessary for the payment of debts and for distribution Ac. made to order. Bonnets bleached,pressed !.j

onwards of 900,000 in specie. She remained the male department. The school is providedwith creditors, legatees and entitled to W.JAMES HINES,qualified executor. belonging to the estate of the late Col. and fhapcs altired. Orders from the e wntry

here until this morning, filling op an extensive apparatus and a large collection of ALL in the estate of persons Henry Saxon, deceased Ko\embr 22, 1856. 6m-47- Richard Harrison, deceased. Also one of the most faithfully and promptly filled. The ladies of TaU

and water,'and at 9 o'clock left for minerals. Students from abroad will be accommoda. are hereby notified to exhibit the same to the valuable Plantations in Middle Florida, lying in Madison aassee and vicinity are solicited to call and examine t
with ted with board on reasonable terms. For further par. undersigned Executrix within two from this I Notice.O County. near Sandy Ford, on the Aucilla River, at the houses known aa Mra. Girard'a, opposite the ;

New York. ticulars respecting regulations board rates of tuition, date, i-r the same will be barred at the years expiration of I. the 21st day after date hereof,the undersignedwill containing Fifteen or Sixteen Hundred Acres of first Episcopal Church Monroe street r':
\. large number of her passengers remain & apply to N. H. STEWART, that jerio. ELIZABETH SAXON apply to the Comptroller of the State of rate hind. This plantation was the residence of the Nov. 1 44 1

bere to take passage in the Isabel for Savan- Principal. Xov. 29,1856. 48-Sw Executrix. Florida for: a re-issue of Warrant No. 440, of fiscal late Cot Richard Harrison and has the advantages of -- _.

n&h and Charleston, on account of the cholera December 20, 66. 51-6t ye,r, JS50iin favor of Samuel S. Wester, or order, great fertility,durability of soil, convenience. to market Notice. 4
the Tennessee. The ORANGE SPRING head of Criminal Prosecutions, Ch. and excellent health with access to good range I
being on total Land and Negroes for Sale clrgeahle'under, and bearing date with the original for cattle. The following i is a description of the lands ALL persons having! demands "s1"081 the estate' of I

: number of deaths on the passage to this Male & Female & of Sent 13, 1856 t. saidoriginal Warrant having t been contained. in said tract near Sandy Ford, on the Ancilla Watkins late of Jeffermn county.d. .

from cholera was twelve and one last [;TILL be sold under a decree of Court in favor of situation of this Institution Wit I' mislaid. JAS. S. JONES.Nbverahur I River, to-wit: The S E J of Sec. 36, the S W 4 of ceased, will take notice that they must present them .
place of IOt.o
wharf. V V Benj. Waldo vs. I. M.Harrison, Admt'x. of R. rpHE finest one the 22 18M. 47 Sec. 27, the N E i of Sec.34, t the E i of tbe S E 4 to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time
the in the ,
at Sulphur Springs <' and i is
2 night Harrison's estate, on Wednesday, the 7th day of January for healtk ountry. unsurpassed ,' Sec.34alhinRGTiN&WtheS W J of the prescribed by law,or this notice will be plead in bar .
from California of It is of
Ve have no news a 1657, the following real estate and Slaves or so and few hours easy access for steamboat Packet. N W4ofSec.31T1,1t7N&E; the S E 4 of the* of their recovery ; and all) persons indebted to said
character. Tl.e State went for Bu. a staging. I' Chaleston-Reglar T 1 R N & E the E of the estate are hereby uotifitd tu make
special) much thereof will be sufficient to satisfy the decree The Principal with the of NEt of Sec. 36, 6, ; i immediate wtr-
chanan: by about 16,000 majority. The Legislature rendered in said cause-viz: the E i of the S E and aided by a of experience assistants twenty years NEt of Sec. 28, T 1, R6.N&E; the S W J of meat to the undersigned, -

will stand in the Senate 18 Demo i of Sec 3; W J (theS W 4 of Sec 2 ; eo much of his whole lime corps to the competent improvement of his, will devote : THE regular packet brig HERALD See.29T1R6N&E; the S E i of the N W J Xptr WAI. W. HEIR, Admr.

Americans and 3 Republicans. and the E J of the S W 4 Jof Sec 2 as ]lies W of the The third session will commence pupils. itm master, will have despatch for the of the S W j of the N E 4 and the N E 4 of the S Monhcello, NOT. 11856. 8w-44

crats, 13 Thomasville lload. then from fork of said Road Mid 12, 1857. For particulars, address Monday January above port. For freight or pass:ige apply t{ W i of.'ec. 36,T 1, R 6, N & E. Also the following --
in the Assembly there will be a Democratic Village Road direct to centre of N line of the N E J R. ANDERSON, D. LADD, New Port other tracU of land: The E 4 of the N E J of Sec. 1, Walter Gwynn

majority over all of 21. Fremont did nut of N W J of Sec 11, thence due S to centre of S line Nov. 29, 1856. 48 Principal. Nov. Ii, 1856. 46 T1R6S&W; tbeN4ofSE4ofSeeST5R F'ERS his ,
J a single vpte in the city of San Diego. dividing said J into equal parts the W | of the N -- -------- --- 6. S A E; The N E 4 of the S W i of Sec. l.T 1, S O land the services U'. to persona, wishing to enter 4

get from Nicaragua is disheart. W Jof Sec 11 ; NEt of&c 10 ; S E i of Sec 10; A Fresh Supply of Cigars. of It 6, E; the E J of the S E i of Sec. 8; the S 4 of Warrants,>a S. Land Office, by locating Land -

The news Walker has been very driven from N E 4 of the S W i of Sec 10 ; the W i of the S W Notice.ALL 1 A HAH DECEIVED by late arrivals. Fi- Sec. 9; the E i of the N E i of 5. 9. attention to or such otherwise.business He will also give prompt .
f Geu. 8 be I'ntrSsted
ning. Jof Sec 10; E i oftheSE1See9theESE4 persons buying demands against the estate of I / net artkls manufactured-?100 per The names of the negroes are as follows : in either of the other offices may to bun
f' everyplace except the transit route, and at of Sec 9; EoftheNE4of Sec 16; the W i of R. Blackledge, late Jefferson county, deceased 1000. McDOUGALL &HOBBY. Prince Issac, Pickena, will be reasonable in the dapttoL Charges

last account his forces-some 400-were at the N W J of Sec 15; 17 acre more or less of E i will take notice that they must present them November 15, 1856. 46 Nancy, Dick, Aleck, Being Deputy m the corresponding State Land to se"ieH rerlormed.
of the N W of Sec 15 the S i of the S W 4 of to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time Office he of conno
Granada completely surrounded by the forcesof ; -- ---- --- --- --- --- Esther, Sam Slick, Warren will make no charge for business
W the E of Sec 11 the N EoftbeSE4nfSeell prescribed by law, or this notice will be in bar in that Department .
t Rica, San Salvadore and Guatama- Sec 11 ; the J of S 4 ; J plead 1000 Pieces of Wall Nanny, Jacob Billy, May 171856.
of their Paperig. 20lyCoPartnershlp
and all
; theN J of the N W J of recovery; persons indebted to said Caroline Hauiet I
: la, which they had been flighting for the nine Sec 14; the N W 4 of Sec 12 ; all in T I, R 8,Sand estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay. JUST'r\'e a large assortment every variety Jinny Sancho, Emily, Winny,, .-----

davs previous to the sailing of the Tennessee E; also the S W 4 of the NEt of Sec 82, and | oftheSE4ofSee32T1R9NandF. ment to the undersigned. quality, Window-Papering plain Isaiah, Henrietta, N oUce.
The THOMAS O. ODER, Administrator. and figured. Bordering to suit al.McDUGALL Patsy, T.HE undersigned have this day entered into
I. Gen. Walker was on board of one of the names Bob Jufant, Jim, a eo-

on the lake but has no communication of the Slaver areas follows: Prince, Nancy Phillis, _Nov.29,1856.----------.- 8w-48 & HOBBY. Sylla, Arthur. Joe, in theVVHOLESALE .
with Ins TTU'. 'Walker men John, Bull, Jeff, Peter, Fannie, Charles, Aleck, Iver- Nov.15,1856.. Jim, Solomon, Giles & RETAIL J.
1'10 an A Notice. --- -
sancuo, Boivn-i, K.OU 00cho
son, ;cott Eliza irmly } :
tight lace-are suffering for the want Lewis Hector, Jes, Arthur, New Books. Stephen, Syboy, Ruth, DB.UGBU&XNmSS, i
i Bob Scilla ,
veiy Patsy ALL persons having claims against the estate of Viney, Paris; M.rinh, wudor .
provisions, clothing, &c., and are dying Vina Emily, Isiah Jacob. Caroline, Sum, Isaac, Stephen son Boatw ht, deceased, late of Leon Jus'"rrceive a Large assortment of Phillis, Sam, Vincent oaia and style of '

off by disease.Walker Mariah, Stepney Dick. Jack. county are hereby notified to present them to the Books, comprising Bondon, Daphre, Adam, AMES&EJVELYTHEY .
has destroyed Granada and Ala- M. HARRISON, AdlDt'x.December undersigned Aduiin'strator within the time prescribed Standard Works, Prose, Poetry and Ko'(John Alfred, Becky, -- "" N i

1, 18)6. 51-tds by law, or this notice will be plead iu bar of their recovery mauees, with all the recent publications: Marjab, Nancy, Jufant ) will be pleased to their
see friend
; and all peisnns indebted are requested to Bancroft's and Jr -t.h's United Allen Aleck
saja.We Stenny, and
at the old
failed to procure any papers and give Notice. make payment immediately. Motlej's History-of the Dutch Republic,just pub Nelly, Lucinda, Jesse, it where they will keep stand fall of and D.H Ames

the above from what we could gather from having demands against the estate of B. J. R. BOATWRIGHT, Adm'r. lished. Jesse Midge, Anne, George, > assortmer.tofArtklesappertainmffioUieu general

the passengers.We ALL persons Houck, will present them to the under- Nov. 29, 1856. 48-Sw Allison's Continuation of the History of Europe, Peter, Aaron, Zilphy, ne of busiuesa. D. H. AMES,. P

learn from a passenger by the Tennessee signed administrator within the lime prescribed by Mb. and:6th volumes.Abbt's Fannv Jackson, Candace, LIVELY.

that one of the most brilliant naval engagements law. or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery Buckwheat. and Stt's Napoleon Bonaparte; Teirs' Charfes. Betsy, York, January 1, 1858. 1 ,
and all indebted are requested to make ; Gbbon's Rome; Hume Albert, Soloinoii, Eliza,
took place on the 23d Nov. ; persons QA EIGHTH Kegs, England volumes Rolliu's An. Mansfield Mat tha
on pavment immediately. Ov cauley's" ; Iverson, -
the Pacific in view of San Juan del Sur. JOHN W. HOUCK, Admfr. For sale quarter do. cent Histor ThirlwaH's Greece; Ro'utsou's works; Scott Frances, Nancy, MILES NSH & CO.
by R. H. BERRY. Ferdinand and Isabella, Mexico, Peru, Eliza, Tenab, Hellen, ,
He states that rumors had reached that December 20,1856. 51-St November 22, 1856. 47 Preott8
Philip 2nd and Miscellaneous; RUlael'8 Modern Emily, Ben, Doctor, IJT
settlement that a brig of war under the colore .' Hallam's Historical Works of Willis.
Europe; ; Work Jeff, Fillis,
of Costa Rica, was about to enter that State of Georgia: Fruits, &C. Lord Bacon, Addison, Goldsmith, Ivi I g, Scott Sancho Amy, DRUGS, PAINTS, 1 t -

port for the purpose of landing reinforcements In Richmond County Superior Court-October West Wind to arrive in a few days, Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington, Spark's Washington Jack, Leach DEA.itIERS

to operate against Gen. Walker's rmy Term, 1856: PER whole boxes Raisins, and Headley's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous Also about Forty head of Mules, Corn, Fodder, &. OILS&c.
20 balf'" Writings in 10 volumes, library style; Terms of sale will be cash for the Negroes. 'l eland ,
-which rumor having reached the commander James L. Knight and ) 2Oqr. Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2 will be sold on a credit of one and two or three inform their friend and the .
of the "Granada' (a small pilot boat in Martha J. Knight (his 1 I issued of the WOULD public Ij
1 barrel Currants, volume just containing an years, with part cash-credit payments bearing interests on hand a good assortment clench
the interest of Gen. Walker), preparation was wife) Complainants, Bill! for Dis 1 Almonds, soft shell, literature of our country from its discovery to the pre- from date.ISABEL articles aa are generally kept in their line of buaines J '

made to give the brig a suitable welcome.The .- r*. f In Equity, 1 Walnuts, sent'day,.with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts M. HARRISON, Adm'x. and will be receiving regularly fresh suppli*. Their J .

pilot,boat schr. armed with two six poun Abner ecutor P.Robert&on.ExcoveryAccountandRelief of the Will of I : 1 Brazil Nuts, frqm their writings. The best book of the kind ex- November 15, '56. _46tdsNotice. terms shall be reasonable. 1

ders got underway as. .soon as the brig appeared Martha M. Pace, deed I 1 1 Frail" Filberts Dates,, tanLSimtn's Border Stories and Revolutionary R TalbthaueeApnlvth,1853. 14. /I

in sight, and by skillful man uv ng and others Def'ndants. J For sale by R. mances in tct; Statesman's Manual; History of P. B. BKOKAW'S.LWEEi t
Defendants H. BERRY. weeks after date, I shall to the Hon.
to the Court that the John apply Jt
was soon to windward of the brig some two TT appearing November 22, 1866. 47 Republic (bstr's and Ca1o. Work's complete, SIX
JL Bnrch and John Kennedy and Eliza L. Kennedyhis in 6 of Probate in and for the county of Jeffer. UB SUE STABLES

or 4hree miles, and then bore down upon the ( wife) reside out of this State, to wit : in the Stateof Blank volume Books and Stationery, Letter, Legal son, for letters of Administration on the estate of TALLAHASSEE t

brig, the latter heaving to for action. The Lousiana and the defendants, John Milton and Daniel T. Lingo, Admt'r. ttc. ) Jefferson Circui and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens Cap, with and John Severs,late of said county, deceased. FLORIDA.

schooner being very low managed to get so William H. Milton also reside beyond the limits of this ve. )V Court 1 without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visiting JAMES SEVERS.N Proprietor would (.

close to the brig as to allow all her shot to State to-wit: in tbe State of Florida; On motion of Sarah C. Granger, et aL J In Chancery. I and Playing Cards; Ledgers Joural DayBooks v.15, 1856. 6w-46 llTBE hiafrienda and iD-.k I $
it is ordered that mid Defendants appearing to the satisfaction --- public, that he baa
Complainants' Solicitors, IT of the Court in this Records and P article Aboilt
the every
hull the
of schooner and Bok
pass over by appear and answer said bill of complaint on cause, that Walter Granger, Willis Granger, and usually found in our 4 Notice. large Brick Stables, at the old stand and is now
frequent backing under the stern of the brig, of the next term of this Court the heirs of Washington prepared to accommodate hU
or before the first day Graqger, deceased, defen Nov. 15. 46 McDOUGALL & HOBBY. creditors, legatees entitled to distri- friend and customers
engaged her for two hours, when the bng to be held on the second Monday in April next and dants in |the above stated cause, reside beyond the --- ._-- ALL.persons or otherwise interested in the Estate of He also baa attached to his Stables good Black

fi.ally blew up. that service of this order, upon said .Defendants, be limits of Florida, to wit: in the State of Alabama, BO For Kent.E the Rev.John Wesley Rhodes late of Jefferson smith Shop.where he will have have done all kiad of
made by publishing the same in the New Orleans that the ordinary process of law cannot be served county Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and C4rt'JA1."ork in
The commander of the brig was at San upon Florida deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their ilr 1
Picayune and the Tallahassee Floridian (public Gazettes them: It is ordered that said cause be set for bear T residence situated 0 Clinton Street, immedi- claims and demand within two from this dateto the very beet manner and with promptness and dia- >
Juan del StIr when our informant left, with of said State, and having general circulation,) ing on the first Monday in April next and that said 'ately East ofMr. J. R. Lloyd's, a very desirable William Budd at Mooticello years the patch.
some of his which had to the next term defendants do and and healthy with six suitable.put my agent or same November 5 .. 4
forty.vor. fifty crew once A month for four months prior appear plead, answer or demur, lotion rm Ktben will be barred; and all persons indebted to the said 1863. 4-
been picked up by the cforious crew of the of this Court. bj that time, otherwise said cause will be tried on boue a good ; a large deceased, are requested to make payment to said
ground my
suitable for fine Garden.
the facts in said Bill piece a
chooner aid landed at that Tbe charged : Ptovided, That a who is authorized settle said
to the
port. brig copy agent fully estate
be Dr.
will E P.
Posession the first of Forpartfeulars
of this order be published in a given on January. Lewis
STATZ or GEORGIA l newspaper at Talla' LAURINDA RHODES .
is Adm'x.
have been with six 18
reported to armed Richmond County. J f Clerk's Office Superior Court.I hassee for the space of three months next before said apply to P. B. BROKAW, Monticello, Nov. 15, 856. 3m.46 r .IVES notice to his friend and
pounders and to have haa a complement of hereby certify that the foregoing u a true copy of first Monday. Done and passed at Chambers, this Deb 6, 1856._494wExecutor's (WUI. \-A rona that he j U now in poueasion pat of

124 men. The schooner armed with only an order, which.appears of record on minutes of said 3rd December, 1856. -Mackerel and Herring. -' -& .- all the latest improvement Dentis

two six pounders and having a complementof Superior Court, this twelfth day of December, 1856. J. WATLES BAKER,Judge. Sale of Land. FEW HALF BBLS.each No.1 try. let The extraction of Teeth. without produein a
Mackerel and *
Witness hand and the seal of said Court this12th December IS, 1856. 50-Sn A pain, by the aid of local
twenty-eight men. The commander of my I SHALL on the first day January, 1857, sell in Herring, direct from the Fisheries. For sale ata a application which consists

the brig reported to,.have stated that be day of December 1856.BENJ. F. HALL, Clerk. arda with a decree of his honor Judge Baker low rate by m until applying benumbed.m artificial freezing mixture to tbe pasta
Seed Oats. fully 2d.The
of Land and improvement thereon immediate insertion of
about to surrender and had th'e te t ,
was given or. December 20,- 1856, 61 a Temporary Set, Gutta
BUSHELS North of and adjoining Talla on Pereba which U
SEED OATS, in fine order situt imtMatly November 8, 1856. 45 ean .
der to firing but a second two before 600 worn with
cease or also SEED RYE now lending and for sale late John 8. Sbepard resided comfort and ease UH the Gem are fully
th fatal catastrophe. So close were Notice.ALL by HOPKINS & MEGINNISS. previous to his.dea. The said tract of land eon- UME. prepared for a permanent Bet; then inserted oo

the opposing forces, that he attributed the Nov.29,1856. talus about 911oe or les.of which about 30 that beautiful plan called eontmnotn Duma which irs
demands the estate of 4tr-48 1 A A BBLS. Lime fresh and in good order,just BO much
against worn and
persons having under fence, the balance bein admired for
acre are
accident to a wad from the guns of the sch'r, clr ad ; JL\J\J lauded and for sale byMcNAUGIfl' beauty,streugt1i, and
deceased late of Leon
n W. Townsend perfect cleanuneta.
wood sale will l>e made at public auction -
setting fire to the brig's magazine. county,are notified to present them to the undersigned House for Sale. to the li. bidder, in front of the Court House in ORMOND & CO. May 31, 1856. 22

The engagement tfe&rd and viewed by within the time prescribe by law.or they will be barred, subscriber offers for sale his dwelling-bouse Tallahassee, upon a credit of one, two November 8. 1856. 45
the residents at San Joan del Stir; and the and all person indebted are requested to make pay THE McCarty street Tallahassee. There are four yean, the purchase money to be an bd White Pine Lumber. LIFE INSURANCE.THE -

wounded crew of the brig were at that place ment immediately. rooms on the first floor, and the lot a and good security, and the title reserved until I
when informant left.. L. M. WHITE, Admt'r. The term to a good purchaser o will be g ctem same is fully te 2 0 W FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted suitable NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CLAXVLAUD
cur December, 1856. 51Swp modatin. WM. KUHN3.a H. GAMBLE, Executor. -lor Cabinet Makers, Sash and Blind Makers
Trti1y*this was a most gallant'affairand 29,1856. November 8. 1856. 45-8w or Joiners Work. Not often such a lot for sale c.u'iTALlt0O,.
48-tf .Company iwuea
-and-and we could almost wish that we MEDICAL NOTI XP. here. McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. TlUS p81'l1OU :for one policies or 'on iU.lives ol '

.had had a finger in-that pie.. __ .iids For Sale, Havana Cigars, Nov. 8, '56. 45 wr eperioaoflifeONTHEMUTtrALSTOTQlrA more .--

I DB.HAYING. BURRO \JUrposes,1 6y a cit 7f, A FIRST RATE COOK, Washer and Ironer, a- JUST received per R. H. Gamble 5000, best qual- Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, for Dividend life. declared to the in Tired oo polici*.iNAd'"_-_'.
taf..HAXXXX, 10. 600 FCCSTH n&zzr,sirs or cigar*. and try \ 3
ged about 28, with two children temMcDOUGAL
located boy arid CAl
girl For Sale
iL f'
: p by P. B. Brota PU1fT
\r as HOBBY. F&aziax
Dr. IH'Laxe_ Celebrated feral/age, Bervitf ppoa1t Terms cask Enquire this office.December AetnaryMoua 'P' Jlf. res'. _

rUPAJtED'DY tUOOSQ Dr.Bamard't Drug F .D'U t. th' 6, 1856. a 49-8w _Augt 2, 1866 THE Subscriber has JOlt received a &T ApplieatioM received n TaUahau by, ,
I I : Urge supply Carriage, January 19, 18.
** Dec. 20, 1856. baTing dt. LONG & GALBRAITH _ .1X .
NET You MAy 16, 1852. ,I' .- A \ -' Buggies, and Harness, which he offer. .

ty A child of mine showingv mptoma of worms I ministtor's'Sa. .ATTOHNEVS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. for sale on the most reasonable terms. AGENCY
November 18j; 1854. OF THE
I gays tt*baitl of Dr.HT oe', Celebrated Vermtg { / the estate Judge Circuit. Court of the.Middle( 'TUT 'A.LONG; & J. B.GALBRAITH have assocf INSWAHCE
ALL perflOtnst.. of Florida, tbe undersigned Administrator trYJated themselves in the practice of Law. A- L. oAtPiT---------..._1500 000. ?
de They FISHER,
vtfob Lroogbt away bunch et..worroaBtan- -! R. Rega, _.oJ duty,deceased, will Crt .. ,
of the estate of Willford flrill attend the in the Middle Circuit,the Su- 1'\HEUDd L&b
..bering,J, ho<,idjndg >.* ,$ thirty., The ebjW waa, tab notice that they mu.eat 4 them to the undersigned D public Sale Jo. Court d Court District Court of the United ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. .' .1wil1rec0i. ,Agiritof y.
Authenticated within the tizneprescribed.by1worthisnoticewiUbeP105dflbaT0fth wiaeat HOe dori r a te -wfOf ndjriie: inItir1.iJ&nuary .
*eryidc during theoper&fi. but is )W welTaiuI duly recovery Te on Monday ibe 6th day of Jaur 1o = \ TALLAHASSEE, FLA., agam.tl la 1 GII Brick and BFurnitareMeP' .::
: .
.Leutr.Hn. and ill persons indebted to said estate .are bidder,the following ,the:Court Howe. TT7ILL practice in the Court of the Middle Disv ;'M_ ......
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Jwut, No.IS Aveno*. D. vritct under dat hereby notified to make immediate payment to.t e "hi the minor an ot he of said John Will- 1854. lrI" Ytrict,and in Thomas County Ga.fjy 11$5! I. .
Gf E.C. ORISSEIZ 4mt'r.Deceznber1,1856. inteted The East half of the Office in the Capitol), 2d story,immediately .t1
Aogoit 10, 1862,fed s jrkl>. bad been troobbd nodersigoed. and the West Fresh "
of the North Groceries
6 O-8w' Nor hf over the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court ,
*& WIBC f1uo.tla. jev,.and that.jib* iooka ; Et qu of Section thirty two, Township two received from New Orleans, July 21, 1855. 29-ly R. ItaERRY: ; .

< *>_ tiVtI; >r. WUatt:,CdAnttd,yem&s**: H. AUSTIN ofrange two East, in the County of Leon and JUST Bushel Heavy Black Oat," ,- .
Pvpvtd C. St of Florida Term will b* made known o the, ,. 00 barrel Extra and AucUoa and .,Cc1ij.
bjr Fhm-.whbbfcnxgfctnr*?fobs; I Superfine Floor, E. BARNARD Jr. .
(OMMISSIONEB Deeded .the State Gf New Sale. SOLOMAN .-.. .;
.. SIL 5 do Molasses, ,
?tirWfraodre4 worms, Kg *ad,fctil "ShIrn VirginU. JfcrUi a Sooth 'MRCBir.
York,Pennfylyanit, .
A d b Dn. 20 irish Potatoes-Yellow WILL CONTUHTE -
BOW. .bditm" luneL'to. be entire]J v free frod- ''c'i Carolina sod Geotgi. December 5, 1866., 49t' 5 d Lard, ,' ,-L THK TAUJUU;J'k.Sep&f..1N.s. '. .
"- d
10 1111.' ea.-, 1854.. i4 .2-j T.rdOfl. v-.U DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS I ..'

lti, :. 1iaIP --- : Flour, 20 do .Whby. Dr AT TUX OLD VXAJID, UGX .ii: ... .. --

'J i1k l '. One 45 Saw:Gin, Fou l:,< d ( >'" !"oticer : '. VL. T _;

.tl n1JL.. ... ; hand OIN'of above a1H'bu! : 2 0 BAR Ali 2 Dumeld'a Rams, .* .<. : weeks after data tbe-dj "
. J ,. .. .. R SALE,n '. O f ". .. .te .,.. ms-;: SIX: .
, LjIr' f.! _"' ". .Idl: JD been used gin,|0 bale Cotton, and a* & i' P. Rkles{ ; XOIOUx.Oot the Honorable .JMp W Il6.'"
t.: ,u. 1J _' <' .aro.' d -.SI.UiI oolv s 'by t r1 1 \. .',.. ,.. "sn-s.r' .1.-:,. ....'. \ .ot coonty,*e faQvt.. dixu&iAiQiOB'qlftc! f"4t.
t : .au.1 1 itLt..1iei coodwuew.T7U5 For : u __ I ... j' { i-- ..

itu'fIII t..m..1 +. h ._ JacI c. UW'I.. ;,;#tJi. ./ 4. AVaitr.. tutoBbci ,F .sa t C .u.C CUp .. r aeW.. er of Cliuteo and Monroe ata-ta. .. ."I f For t .
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; JOHNLLOTD. L Tos. i 19,1856. ? December, : 13t'185&. : ..
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I.* *'t.} : 1tIEDI' -(L- NOTICE- .-' neyoneYJoneyH-! !! TO THE 'PPB :1.0. 1 .JibFIait-, ;l b :-1 housekeepers ij ; "- :"','. AItIJE.General -CeaaissfoD Merchants, f Dr.: : CUtfiBRATEDVERMIFUGE McLAHE'S -

I WHY'BE MONEY J DO CERTIFY dIRt in the year' i854, I visHcd -I '
I :
: 1-1 Dts..T yl &Uazwell Dr. W. Mosele-" Infirmary at Griffin Ga, for the GlOn.RRl- NEWPORT FLA. :;
11THEN it is for to be around .I
just aa
VII'G formed a co mrt&ership, offer their 'M'- V T with full easy not. if think purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing purchased the Interest of.Mr.Two>". I
n.\ a picket as they so. anLIVEItiftj .
B .! } vices to the,public ol Ta'lahaiseo', and its riuciiiitr. I have got a new article from' which from fire to ., CAXCEK of the nose and eye. My nose was '! Arthur's AirTight(1ANS HAVING: IOf, (of. late firm of RICHARMMI *,.
1 ; all entirely bl'lIe.fvrc I,vjwted the Doctor WsUes Patnt' tender to friends cud the public ,
twenty dollars a day can be made,either by male'or WHITAKK,) we oar : J s
'i'"i nab r.Aug.9, 183C. 32 Sent.copy; female. It is highly respectable business, and an article a very derp ulceration on my chetk and about my 'I fel Juts and Tunalottjur tour sertices in the Stor'wgBdylng.Selling, Receiving { --
which is wanted in family ia \the United eye. I am happy and proud to say. that Dr. Mosely J 'in/ r U"'. This article 5f xtvnsire- and Forwarding of Cottou and Merchandize. Twoofthe best Preparations of ,."
every "
is$ Notice. L'\tf'S. Eiiclose me two dollars by mail at my rnk, did relieve me, and baa it not been for my having to ly used in the East and Northern ''SLte.IMt l season, iL, expose myself to extreme cold, bad 'weather I j introduced to the -audsurrounding heretofore extended and "f
demands and I will forward by return mail n' Circular, with 'er' .H b ctio 't thanks for the patroiu.ge \I'
hating against
: '1LL persons do believe that: I have bad no return of the by ,. bus ;row j their interests future to They are not
; -i. Alfred W. Raysor, late Jefferson county, de- full instructions in the 'rt. The business is very ('lIiI"-. I country underre."b hope, by our attention to In recommended
disease. the Doctor second time ] for
and he
cti!ed, will take notice that must them Try it, if you Arc out of employment and you will \"i.itec 1 : the excutirc right; to lnucturr th. they present relieved me again, and far as the various to call and
leports the as
never regret it for it will lie better for to 5 coming !Cfn. I nnelsr P. 1C BAILLIE, FLETCHER WHITAKER. Universal
.4.t to tbe undersigned duly authenticated within the time ; you pay I
the Doctor's failing to relieve of
law the above sum, and insure a good business, than to I abut injuring or me, examine these nrtilC and rtomlndatio New Port, }' \., July 1st, 1856.
; 4 pirssribed by or this notice will be plead in bar arc positively fiifsc. As regards: Dr. Moseloy's the who have used them to Le convinced that I| Cure- lls but
r: of their recovery and all persons indebted to said estate pay t twenty-five cents for a spurious advertisenwut.I skill in the Treatment of Cancirf, I know of persons best and economical 1 article : simply for
no Physician they are the most simple i of interest in tie late'
I Tl.Uis) it! 52JHaving: disposed
Tiii'it Tv'\ll Ad my
110 humbug.T'v
t notified to make immediate ,
are hereby
S payment I' in the world that I would sooner rely on than i for the ever offered to the i public. They can i Messrs. BaiHi ..tj what their
to me. ALFRED RA.YSOR. Ext'r.October I dress your letters to 'D W10 UT MONROE, purpose | firm of Richardson & WhItaker, to name
Ik' '* 18, '56. 4Sw I I New I.rk. him. As a SU ItG :mIIIJl'SJlANheis equalto I be used by the most unskilful person, without theslightest !j Whitaker, would tender my thanks to my friends and pur..
in the '
j i Sept. 27. 1856. 3 -3mI j any Souter ; am happy to risk of failure. I It2J patrons for their former kindness, awl confidently recommend :
Land and for Sale. I nay that I be a perfect gentleman and Purcer are upplied with a circular con- |I to their favour and successors ports.
Negroes I -- ------ -- --- ------- -'-- support my
: Philanthropist, and advise all afflicted with taming directions lor fruits
Turpentine Farm for Sale. persons puttingup in btwincM. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. i The
C., THE undersigned offers for Rale a tract .of 253 Cuucer, to visit the DOL"OG as bOon as possible and and tomatoes in these Cans, the whole process I i VERMIFUGE for'
e of LAND. )lying on the Miccosnkie Lake I FOR Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, *o- have their health reltorE'd. RANSOM COOPER.Rome. I conveniently within the placing every housekeeper. I July 26, 1856. 30 _____ I ,

0 : near Herring's Store. The land is first rate quality, ? with a small farm and improvements,and August 30th, 1855. I A large supply of these Cans will h constantly kept expelling Worms from
Oak and Hickory-about 225 of it cleared and under !, will be sold at a bargain inquire of 35" Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply tbeleh.tlhoul THOMAS WlIITE
fence nnd well watered branches ; JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY. the human
good with running prewuce. THOMAS PERRY, Post Matter. apply immediately, as the fruit I has
and never-filling lpringThe improvements consist I Wakulla, FIn. October 4, 1856. 40 Rome, August 30th, 1855. j AH Cans Bold nre'm.iJe by the undersigned i and warranted 1 MANUFACTURER Copper nnd Sheet Iron system,

; 4 of a comfortable dwelling-house and negro cabins safe. WM. P SLUSSER. I in all kinds of Plain and Fancy also been
; administeredwith
4 ,. good barn aud No. 1 gin house and screw. The pre- ;. Lake: Jackson, Fla., Plantation Awful Case of nncer Cured. May 31 1,1850. 22 I Tiu Wares, take pleasure in informing the citizens

sent ear's orUon will 3000. Any I __ ____ Tallahassee and the that be
) crop bring over is surrounding country, IS the
For Sale. THIS to certify that CoL S. H. Han, of Craw- -- I, most
u gentleman wishing to purchase can examine the premises j in now prepared to wait e>n all that wWi to patronize satisfacto.yresults
ford county came to me the 1851, with a Cancer Piano Fortes.
: and buy on accunimodatin? t rms. If desired, r'F not previously disposed of. will be sold on the his chin of fourteen year : i him in his line of business. He also tenders his thanks :
on standing,the chin- : to various
.. fifteen or sixteen likely NEGROES men, women and Tuesday in DECEMBER next, at the Court bone and salival glands had years all become much _ 1ITE are prepared to furnish PianoFortes (; to his friends, and the! public generally for the very animals

children, can also be purchased with the place, as also House (luorin the city of Tallahassee Twenty-two diseased, and his constitution nearly ruined.very Mr. Harris .. \V of the very best quality I, liberal patronage with which he liftS heretofore been
;r horses mules hogs, tock cattle tnrminj utensils, 1 Hundred and Four Acres ot best quality OAK and had been under the treatment of eminent- i upon- the most (cyrus. fnvoied, and he hopes that a continuation of the s: ine I subject to Worms.

:- tc, with all the corn, fodder, tt, made this season. I HICKORY LAND, belonging to tbe estate of Dr. and them was the many i They are second to none iu nn country either as will be granted him. '
:- "'. Apply either in person or by letter at Miccosukie. Whitehcad. This is one of the best Cotton Plantations ard, of Charleston among, and also, the get'Dr..Shep-Marshal I k quality or price. ) He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all The LIVER PILLS for

Oct. -tf 43 G.. W. MOORE. in Middle Florida; about one-half cleared and of Macon. vho treated his case twice without Instrument will be warranted. sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his I ,

I' under fence the remainder in woods. the disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar E-er MILES NASH A CO. i line of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT

i NEW COODS. The improvements conakt of a comfortable Dwelling removing informed me, the third time, and lie refus I February 23, 185& 8 Sheet Load; Lead Pipea; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pumps,

: and aU necessary out ouildings ; a good Overse I hal do anything more for him. S'.on after that time i I I and a great many other articles too numerous to men all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
: ers house, Gin House, Screw, Stables, Corn houses, Harris tion. i -
\ }Ir. heard of the many wonderful cures that I Q"iie.JUST
JOHN PRATOBIOTJS and cabins, all fraiaed buildings, and in TO nUILDE .
twen'y negro
: I had made, and visited me at Griffin, as a last resort.I I : SICK HEADACHE
i good repair. commenced treating his clse. aud in six weeks the received 600 OICi Siilph Quinine, J I Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting ,
MERCHANT TAILOR, j I Persons wishing to examine this Plantation: are referred Cancer was all removed and the sore nearly healed.- ? liraild, together with a great variety Pipes tc., all of which he promises to do in the most I &c.Purchasers.

Dealer In Ready Made Clothing and j i iCcnlleaen's I to Mr. Richard Saunders: on the place. For This case Was seen and witnessed by more than five of pure Chemicals. AMES J LIVELY. I work-mau-like manner and style, nnd of the best ma ,
:: terms. Ac. address the subscriber at Berzelia, Columbia hundred I have the Cancer in April i 5. 14 tcrial, on shortest notice and most reasonable
persons. now my possession .185 ____ __ __._ terms will
Furnishing Goods. : count- Ga. ,and any person can see it b) calling at my office Olive Oil. Having been engaged for the last eight years in please

---..qI -..-- -_.- JOHN WHITEHEAD. in in Griffin. This case was witleBet by i business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend ;I be
August, 16M. tds-31 Executor, Ac, SUPERIOR article for Tnble Just particular to ask for
am now receiving my Fall and Winter sup-l THOMAS JONES 1 of Griffin. A use. received I bimselfany further to the public as regards
: -- ---- Dr. J. D. MARTIN, by AMES d LIVELY.. his capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same time be
p of Clo'Jis, Casiincrcs, Vesting, 4c.., J India Rubber Packing. .E W. WILSON, I April 5. 2856. 1 assures all that favor him with a call good work and i Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -

Rubber Packing: of all thicknesses from 3- CRENSHAW j Flower- cheap prices.Having ,
1 Every Color! Style and Quality, j j jvhich j INDIA J inch, constantly on hand nt D. LADD. I do certify, that myself, aud many others, of this j! Jars. removed from the old stand formerly known i : VERMIFUGE and

in the I Newport Oct 18, 1830. 42 place, were eye witness to the above stated case, I A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si- as White .. I am prepared to make up most -- -- ----------- aud that Mr. Harris l"f peifcctlv w ell. i J\. ze% Just received and for sale by of 200 foot street.where be will be glad to wait LIVER PILLS, prepared bywmna

t fashionable style, on short notice Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and JBlant A. H. HA''OX. I AMES J LIVELY. I on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. .

1 t!I kets. Griffin, May, 14, 1852.t :j Aprils, 185fi. 14 i Dec. 1,1855. 48
J -ALSO- YARDS assorted Kcrsevs and Ga ; A. W. DAVIS ---NE'V-oo ( ;A.O.\
10 000 Plains; t To the Afflicted |of nil Conditions. i; D. D. S. ( ) 0

A LAIWEXD WKLL SELECTED STOCK OF I j l.OoO, yards Wool :and Cotton and Wool I Liuseys !I I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with :t' RESIDENT. OFFICE,TALLAIIASSE, FLA. I II I TOWLE & MYERS i SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh '

READY-MADE CLOTHING 1,000 pairs grey mixed and white Blankets! a Cancer l'l my upper lip which caused me pain iu Important Improvement in Artistic
4 ; 1 I dtrscribahle. After trying the of all the I ARE now receiving by recent
Rn set
I l,00.i( pairs Brogans. ski must Dentistry, from New I Pa. and take
Consisting of garment suitable for winter wear J I Cfli'fl(7t that I could r of, and that I. Yorkafash- no
every With Wool Hat, Osnaburgs, and such lika arti- Ihvsil'ians
which the face is _ amid
1 restored
Jonable well
to I selected
original contour, stock of
such as Cloaks. Talm.is; Coats Vests, Pants, tc, Lc, des for 1'lai.t.ttion use, in any quantity, byI I without gave up my case as hopeless, and, as BY and with} it the loss of the it other is there
which will be disposed of at low prices. I D. LADD.I I thought, with death staring me m the f ce. But fortunately : elude detection. supplied so as I I Watches and Jcwcliy, are various

Also a large lot of Plain: and Fancy Shirts, Collars, I Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 for me, I heard of Dr. W. R. to Samples of thin improvement may Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting levers ladies i
be also I
Undershirts.Cr:\:1t Stocks Hosiery,
Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their i i livery and Sale Stable. t resort, I placed myself under his treatment, and iDt'lt Gntta I'lirchn, I i qunrlier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic, Coral I and all gold
own interests by giving me a call, as all the above art i t month from the time he commcued, I was perfectly 1; In'a few hours, so that persons laving teeth re- bosom pins and earrings, necklaces gold and jet cros I'' before the public

tides have been selected with great care, and with a i, M"HE undersigned gives notice sound, and hate been so ever since. moved can have a complete substitute immediately. I see, 1xW"mjins and lockets fur hair and daguerreo- : ,. purporting

special view to their adaptation to this market. I|, I _L that he has purchased ELIZABETH JINKS. ,! Children's teeth extrcted, advice given t parents I hair bracelets; a large assol trnent of to be Vermifuge

October. 18, 1856. ly-42 the! Livery Stable of, I Butts County, Ga., May 27, HH6. in regard to the management and treatment of the fine plain diamond ruby, pearl and g met ony and '
-"" William H Newsom.in Tallahassee together with the i teeth gratis. Alliterations warranted to suit the most I cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diamond *ins ; I and L-iver Pills. All

: good will of the establishment, and that he is now Horrible of fastidious. in towns I sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, and cornelian
Cancer Cured onyx a
Cast te principal ;
A. B. CLARKE prepared to carry on the business in all its branche. ( great variety of stud., fine I
; and BY DR. W. MOSELEY. M. D. ( thiouifhoiit : Faculty of J gold, vest, fob and guard others in comparison
; promises the jvblicvith good aecoinnud.itinnsin I I do that I R for :j the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who I chains seals, keys, gold and siver pen anti pencil cases ,
now receiving his F1l1'aud Winter Stock of I his line on reasonable terms. certify was many bodily afflicted j' he i daily for.i ard gold, silver and steel I
and silver
Is Goods suitable for i RICHARD SAUXDERS. I with Cancer on my Lip and 'ear tried all the i : operating thimbles. spectacles, gold I with Dr. McLANEV are

: X. B-James T. Herring is my duly authorized remedies I could hear of, but found no relief. I finally i2G,185. .17 ,
ft-J1 iN 51' J 7AL agent and has entire control of the business, representing heard of Dr. W. R. Mus,ley's great success in the I' Town --- -for-- -Sale.-- ------- Fine Cutlery and Guns. I II worthless. ,:

consoling in part of Ft ench and Englit-b Cloths, Cassimeres i. me as fully as if I was personally )resent. treatment of Cancer affections, and viiited him at Property I Dinner and breakfast knives without krks knives I II

and V6tio of all colors and of the best quality 1 RICHARD SA'CNDERS.Sep. I. Griffin, and in the Course of six weeks he had the CanCer i r HE undersigned offers at private sale, the fullowJL I and forks in setts, carvers ami steel single, fine pock The GENUINE McL ne's

which he is prepared: to mauuf.iclure to order ou C. 1856. 36 I Ij 8n remO'cll would advise all that are afflicted ing described property, known as the Jrat. Lots, ct cutlery, shears, scissors aud razors; fiLe double I ,

L the roost reasonable terms and iu the most with t'nc, to \l-\t\ him and have their health : ,'il: Lt YO!. 3. 25, 27, :3D, 48, 140. 141, 142. 143, barrelled laminated steel and stub twist guns, Vermifuge and Liver

i j i Dissolution of Co-Partnership. I restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most ; 144, 227. 235. 239,240, 241, 242, 243, 241,2j5. ; mon gun,shot pouches of various patterns fine com'I'I

FASHIONABLE MANNER, j partnership heretofore existing between John skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. I, 243, 246. 250, 252, 253, 25 256. 267. 258, 263, all I common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps Pills can be had
I now
-gether with a general assortment of j THE Broome and Robert Heir in the weighing storage Cherokee Co, Ja. EMANUEL DOMINGAS.REFERENCssDr. in the original plan of city of Tallahassee.iALSO wads, wad cutters,and materials for gunsmiths. I II at
.J. D. Martin, Griffin, Dr.J.Y. I
and selling cotton business is this day dissolved Ga; Silver and Plated Ware. ail
i respectable
M. Pucket, Harris county, Texas; Greer Drug
that will favorably with stock of Clothing I by mutual consent. BROOME & HEIR. Griffin, GoScirl'llu D.hl'p Lots Nos. 1.2, 3, 4, R, 6, ', in County qr.ALSO Silver table, desert and tea spoons, silver forks soup I
compare any j t August 14, 1S56. 33 and cream ladle., butter and pickle knives, plated : Stores.
ever exhibited for sale in this city. consisting of -
forks and waiters, castors cake and
Fine Black an J C.ortd! Cloth and Frock tat ; Breast can be Cured. Lots N..s. 4, 12, 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 I kets electro spoons plated tea sets, and ,communion fruit bas FLEMING BRO'S

Fancy Cossimcre auJ n aver Frock a1:.d Business New Co-Partnership. LET THE PUBLIC READ I i l Ci.in the South i County quarter. butter, sugar.and cream dishes, chamber and service ,

Coats, ': p OISER HEIR AND JOHN P. COLE"ave this IN mercy to the afflicted, and gratitude and high ; The above described property formerly belonged candlesticks, Halt cellars, boquet holders card parlor and 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBUEOH: P A.
Black and coloreJ C.otL, Beaver and Pilot Over- I'i'I > day formed a co partnership}, in the business of opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELEY a Surgeon 1 to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, I flower baskets, and brittannia ware.miscellaneous Sole

Sack Surtouts, I weighing storage, and celling cotton,and also to im.ke nnd Physician, I deem it my duty mention a the case 1! which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, Proprietors.SCO .

.. It.\1ab': Black aud Fancy DjcAin and Cassimere liberal advances on colt jn sent to their car of my wife. hoping at the wine time that all i Attorney at Law, Tu13hM see. Articles." VILA MEAD,

.. l'.ants, I HEIR ,t COLES. I similarly afflicted may bo beuefitted by it. persons In the ', CHARLE P. MANNING. Ladies eticnles', satchels, work boxes, pearl Berlin ( NO 111. Charters St.New Orleans

:Bst Grenadine Barathea S.itin and Cloth Vests, August 14. 1856. 33 first mrtof this vear.mv wife hud seveialiiiillliHiip<) Until sold, the abve property wi be for rent.A. iron, and morocco port monaies, pearl card cases eo- I f OencraI w1..t_ m ttJ.sa.J.t .
,; Fancy Vel\etCas imt-re, Silk and Cashmere do., to make their appearance in her breast; they continued ; A lA1t. rat ueaas, wrai necklace and armlets,jet tracek.s, I whom all orders must be addressed.

-_: White Silk d..., Valuable Plantation foi-I to increase in size the whole breast becamea February IG, 1S56. 7-tf necklace, and bosom pins,napkin rings hair and tooth Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard Jr. Miles
Gt-nts Shawl. Robes Fine Shirts Silk unt brushes,hat revivers shell buffalo, india rubber and I .
diseased i mass, and very pliufu1 I procured the -- --- -- Nash & Co, Tallahassee, FU.; J. S. M. Daneoa.Quincy
Cotton and Merino Und r shirts, Sale. Cod Liver Oil. ivory combs, china and wax dolls razor and I I T.
: i best medical aid in the city and notwithstanding I strops ; Gardner Mills Newport; W. Ckrpen-.
Cqsto Flannel and Jean Drawers. i, the earne-t and fiithftil of the money belts cigar cases feather pailor and ter& Co, Waukeenah Moeely l HE Plantation known as Cotton Land, belonging! nlti'l most A( PURE of the celebrated I Brands" He door bells, bohemi and china I ; ;
-ALSO- JL i skilful phyficiHLS., she continued to worse and] FRESH glass vases and baaI I Palmer & Bro. Mont Uo. S.Pulesten. HocticcOo;
to the estate of the late J hn W.C .ttn, situatIten J grow Clark L Co..tt Ru.htrn't. kets. terra cotta and
ore, until they the case as incuiaUe l und Fur I vases pitchers rfume bottles, I W.Rogers & Co, ChattaLoocbee; BaltxeU & WUg.-
miles North East: d Tallahassee, i is fill' sale. Thetract \ gave }up al> by AMES A LIVELY
A general irtraent of Fancy and Black Silk and jewei cases, suspension and sule
advised amputation I wa* ad\i isel by of 1656. lamps lamp I on, Marianna' Nicholson A Z* 1er Baiobridge Os;
contains 1790 acu of first late land iimyfriends April, I
10'0 of
isitin Stocks,Tie and Cravats, Collars colored andS I j 1 shades, chimneys and wicks, violins and
i D. H. E.Seixas
which to Msit DR.V. MOSELEY, of Griffin, G a", Dickinson, Bainbridge; ,Tbonuunlk
is cleared. On the premises are rabI I I -- - --'-- I
aod Silk Gloves and nrjjif-e I tambourines
white Kid Buck Lisle Thread banjos ,accordeons clarioDe tWS.gultars.
ins and which I did lnd. astonishing as it seem, he had Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. i
do. Ladies Gauntlets Linen Cambric and gin house screw and other usual jilantatiouimprovement may II fifes,guitar and violin strings, fine eolo, Oa.February
Silk Handkerchief, Br.iwn superior and Fancy Ctton, Lisle *, all in good re-pair. There is an abun- I her entirely cured ul'hin one mUIt.! and n'te is innif 1 A A OF the most proved LANIER CORN '' perfumery! and a general aaortment of Toys. t 23, 1856. 8-ly_ _
in !!
Thread and Mariuo J Hose, fcc, _Ac. CALL AND dance of gtod water mi tli" place. For terms nfj>ale gordhnilth \"out nd\i.e whu are afflicted .1UU ILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These I atches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the BlacksmithlngBE -
with Scmhus, and aft>ctioiw, to visit the ,
or other ii.fuim.ttion to the Fuli > in I Caurc-rus t
I BUY. applv on '<-r T.illahawee. : Mills have for some tune in use through this re I j best manner.
_ F. R CO ITEX, Ext"r.I I Doctor without delay.as I am stiste.l by experience and lower of i } Undersigned have formed
October 18, I85G. 42 gion pait Georgia, and give perfect sat I Octoher20,1855 42 J_ for the
Aug. 30, 1856. 35 and o .l.r\ati"I that; lie is the ro physician faction with ; a co-partnership pur-/
,priuding case -10 bushels and the
----- ------ rein the Black
--- ---- -- in the Southern States,ia the treatment of that horrible i pos of carryiog on
---- ---- f
For Sale. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.' ] disease-Cunccr. the day, with less than the ordinary gin power ap, Insolvent Estate Notice.State smithing Business in all its various branches. Particular
| plied it. The maker furnishes hand .
to it
!I WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, I t a put ; I I attention is given to Carnage and Spring Work,
GROWTH OF 1655. and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. of Florida ) '
T Beautiful Location where I i M. E. and to hying Axles of all kinds of Vehicle Th.
.rImA on Clinton Street near the College now re1 j 1 RUT A Uapa, Flat Turnip Cabbage. Beets, Ic Datighttr of J MITCHILL. Bfudury, Rome, Ga. I Call April and 211855.examine them at D. LA DO'S. County of Leon. J fALL I shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P.B.Bio-
received, Rome p having claims the and attention given to ---
are over five acres of Land attached 4, Ga, October :5, : -- -- ---- ----.-.----- -- persons against Estate of law special
--'U AMES i LIVELY. -- Jinkins,late of Leon I Farming implements of description done to or
to the resilience undivided by streets; on the premi ; .j county, deceased every
) .es a fine Garden. Stable, Corucrib Carriage house, : January 5. 1856. 1. 4 cADa Notice. are hereby notified to present the same to the Judge der. F. B. BROKAW.H.B. .

S ero l houses, a pleudt Well of cool water and good of Probate of Loon County at his office in Tallahassee Frrrs. '

Cit<-rn. There are several beautiful Squares on the :'' Tax Collector's Sale. AL of persons DR. 1ELEY'S that are desirous services of will availing find him themselves at- SIX months and after vouchees date,to 11 the hall Hon.present Judge my of final Probateof ac fer,on or before the first Monday in December next,. Jan. 12, 1856. 2-ly

4 W cst and North fide of the suitable for reei- payment pro-r.ta.
College BY virtue of the authority En me vested by law: I 11sINFm ,GRIFFING EOlt. Gadsden. county, as executor Richard Camochan, D. W. GWTNN GEORGIA 1M FLORIDA
deuces Q hich I will sell at private sale. This is a rare ,
will expose for sale at the town of Ridleysvillc, GIA. late of ChareloI So. Ca.. deceased and ask for a -0--
opportunity,offt-red to those persons who may desire in the county of Liberty, within legal hours, on the Patients boarded] at $1 per day, or ?I 16 per month dimision Iron my administration of aid estate. May 24, 1816. 21 Judge
locate in Tallahassee anJ educat
to their children:
first Monday in February, 1857, all the lan"''n in said FEES in nl cases to be agreed upon before J A lE E BETTNER. ,
either of the male female this
or Colleges city, unsurpassed county. know n as Forbes Purchase" assessed as the taken. case will be received into this establishment October 18, '56. 42 Practicing Dcntiit,
by none for the ability and acquirements of unless it is believed ------ Notice.SL"
property of tl.e Trustees of the Apalachicola Land on examination that it can .
the gentlemen in charge of the above institutions. i Company or so much thereof ai may be sufficient to b cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth. months after date, I will present my accounts IN THOMASVILLE. OA, sod MONTICELLO

For j particulars apply to JOHN R. LLOYD. j pay the State and County Taxes asfecdaed thereon for invariably b charged f 5, for examination and advice. vouchers as Administrator, on the estate of MADISON, FLA, and their respective and.

_Sept_ 27..1856._ 39-tf I I the year I 185C, together with the costs and expenses All to entitle them to notice, must enclose Rugs. Hugh O. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of I adjacent counties. HabserU any number,Lrt.aialTeethfromflNEtoaFULLsett.

I of sale, WM.G. ROBISOtf, a "stamp" for the payment of postage and be direc A FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply WoolCarpeting. Probate, for Gadsden, County, for a final settlement I on tta Ulest

Notice.LL 1 Tax Collector, Liberty (.0. to W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. Also, 1 few pieces Wool aud Cotton aud apply for a discharge therefrom. I I I improved principle giving them that' beautiful' lifelike -

'' Oct.1850. 42Notice. Oriflin, (ii)., and flue Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale right ALEXANDER E. GREGORY Admt'r.July appearance Trbith approaches Nature nearly
LL persons having demands against the estate of i February 23, 1856. -Oeq-a. at LADD. 28, 1856. 28-6m aa to challenge detection by tha closest b.crvsr.Persona

Hartwell Watkins, late Jefferson County, deceased Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42Administrator's needing Dental operations on their NATURAL .

will take notice that they must preseot'themto Wines Syrups &c. Teeth, and wish him to perform them,-b1.
undersigned duly authenticated within the time i having claims against the estate of MILES NASH &CO.. Notice. applying soox,have them done at the foUoringpoces .

prescribed by law, or this notice will Ls plead in bar ALL persons R. Ryan, deceased, late of Leon Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Ci" r. which will be found to MUCH !lower than hat erer .
of their recovery! And! all persons indebted to said are notified to them, county, SIX weeks after date I wi apply to the Hen. Port Old Port Juice been offered in this section of country'before te wtt:

estate are hereby noticed to make immediate pay to the undersigned present administratrix properly within authenticated the time JUST received from New York per bark R.II. Gam- of Probate of county fo letters ofadministration Madeira, Brandy Cherries For filling teeth with Gold Fofl $1 00.1110"1'00and
ment Jo the undersigned at Monticello. required t a general assortment of articles in our line, upon the estate of John W.Townsend, Sherry Sardines to of ud
law this notice will be $2 50, varying according an*
by or in bar of
I IOd. pleaded such as Oils of almost kind, Fluid deceased, late of Leon Gelatine Preserved
WILLIAM W. HEIR. every Burning county. Sparkling Quinces amount material used Extracting teeth in omc*,
their and all those indebted ; ,
25 1856. 8w-43 ; to make reooveiy, are requested White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Oas of L M. WHITE Flavoring Extracts, Pears only 60 cents-ont of office f 1.- .
payment immediately. belt Puttv. Brushes, Potash, Sparkling Nov. I, 18M. Yeast Powders, Tamarinds t
61Eecutor's tettt
I IalCHAIZ.D SUSANNAH RYAN, Admtx.Ot3b.r eua1ty. Sn His nICE for a full upper or lower sett of
., T. BTBCilCTT. CHARLES W.DOW. IsaJ 18 'J6. 42-8w Mustard, French (very best,) Spanish Olives, Spices, FLATs (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary,).'
BIRCHETT & DOWNING;> for medicinal purpes. Spices Pepper Lemon Syrup, Notice. Corn Starch, Pickles only $6 per tooth, and rite satisfaction goaiaoUed
-------- Inks,Quinine, Baik. Fluid Extract Buchu, Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil,
ATTflmrs AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS ixx. etc, and a general assortment of Patent date I will present to the Hon. in every instance ,
If Removal of Indians. < Popular SIX Court of Gadsden account English Mustard Capers Those desiring his ervkea, in any portion of the

RO.- 490, Seventh !frccf, t f I 'HE War Department having authorized '
1 your LIVELY.
WASHISGTOX CITY. _L capita reward for living Indian, who may be patonae.MILE NASH A CO. Malone, deceased, and at the same time apply for a January 5, 1866.Circular. can upon appKcation by letter to eifher of th*abort

WILL practice before the Court of Claims,and j ciptured or induced to come in for emigration,premi- March 29, 185. final dischaige from the further administration of said- named Post Offices,or' otherwise Teem prompt. aitentioo.

4 ute claims: before Congress and the sev ', urns for hostile Indians delivered to the Commanding estate. THOMAS MUNROE. -
& 0
OfEceis Brooke Fort Quincy October 11, 1856. 4I- m Upright .', .'
Departments. '! at Myers, Fort Cupron ur Corn and Cob Crusher zriaXO1t '
: July l 28, 1835. 30 i! Fort Dallas South Florida will be paid by the under- HOE & CO., and Welch & Griffeth Circular Saws ., "
i signed at the following rates: patent Corn and Cob Crusher I 46, 48 and 52 inch. sizes, on band and for Jcooz CoLe,Macon Georgia. -
I ;J For each warrior living .. ...... .. .|250 to $500, the Agency for the sale of these su Executor Notice. sale by D. LADD .
JOHN B..LLOYD : 44 .. Cob New Port, Nov.3, 1855. 44 HOIf.J'L'SZWAU'l' '..
woman . 150 to 300, perior Crushers unequaled it is said t any in milE unde i ed"'Ee ; last will and '. : J '
boy over ton living. IPO to 2oO. the ntry. A st'ck of these be ltori t-'i
u.o't1.on.cer years C Cruher on .L
: i testament of late of 1i"--
1 The highest rates for all but the iufirm and FalL y, B. Dn.woam. ,,,.
helpless early thi coming Prics vtry low considering Leon county hereby gives notice to all persons having Burning Fluid C. G.Faz.EaQ.s I !' t '
AND and for these not lew than above in feed. $45 each .
I ( saving f 55 f 65 }
demands said estate to them featies11Q 1'tL -:
W.&J. ,
i JOHN C. CASEY for these sizes. uoiforn present properly F n superior Quality Just received and forsale
Captain U: S. A.Fort throughout the
.Pric O ,.
county. authenticated, within the time law *. .
MERCHA.Nt prescribed by Cc.L E. BxAcaEsaui.j t j \'"
For further LIVELY.
BIToke. Fla Oct. 18, 58. 4'2-3m particulars call and examine for
yourselves A
this notice will bo in
_ or
'I t January, T&66.,
plee broCheluever May O 2t .
stock .
so soon a a for a sample arrives. and all those indebted t payment .. '" IAmo
The Union Bank of Florida") D. LADD. immediately. JOHN D. BRANCH Ext r. r cO'ft. I -
i July J9, 1856. 29-1 y i
Smallwood P. Allison and |I In Chancery. /\F5ak up WeaslonlI services to tb.cHi *n8 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

EDWARD M. WEST. others. J 1 Notice < HUL presenf **"urroanding country. Office -
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Sale. ". .
appearing to the Court, bv affidavit made in this Adminitratr at Cen" ,/ i :
I Attorney.and Counsellor at Law IT ease that the above named defenJant. SmallwoodP. S my accounts 8ep, .sh 1 48 Hl DRUGS JDmolid.j' .
Allison, resides out of the State of Florida and in and vouchers to ibe Hon. Judge of Probate fur BY for Leon county, will be sold Joe otP, Perfumery, Dyestuft Surgical Iasttat ,

-; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. the United States: It isordeied and deeteed that the Ln Ont ,as the administrator of the estate of R. the 8th of ''Demb.next, before the Mondy Tail aXAtor's Sale. 8F'. Snuff .- ,Wwtews Glass Paints,
:* ::14 and ass for a final discharge '
April 1856. said Smallwood P. Allison do appear and plead or Hayward door in loJong' land, :: TILLbeSetbe Court House door inV )thsvani.be.Putty.Manuact1sdTooe; '
I answer the bill of complainant filed in this cause, frm sd W half of N W quarter, 25, In Township and Glass Ware Patent Medjetne*,
THOMAS Y the towd.9 CrHvflle the first in -
.FJLOYI*$; HOLLAND, within four months from the date of the publication 26 1859. S0 Adm'r.July 2, Range 1, N and E, belonging to the estate of Jobu February next'throwing land on, to wit Monday the C W ,Fm Soaps Fine Tooth,. PuN WIDft, and B.b&a
--S of this order th. said bill of will betaken 1Clestn deceased and to sold for : Jof .
or complaint Judge .b .payment of debts. section 18 11 and Hair,Brusha iJr fad-\pwses;
,, Attorneys at Law. I ( township range.14lened upoo aa
for confessed against him. And it is further Terms on day'of sale. ,
; Paint BroshM PiocyArtjeleu ,
this of Charles and sold ,
: TT7TLL;practice In the Circuit Courts of Middle ordered that this order be published ooce a week, in So. Ca. 'EDWARD BRADFORD, ) the State property, County and Road Byrnes tax., Terms cash.satisfy Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segart! ". .

C Vl, and West Florida, and in the Supreme Court a newspaper printed in Tallahassee, for the space of R. a BRADFORD, jAdmrs. JOSEPB F.'PREVATT They hare heeDtly'.r.wnd' a L .Jl4"1'I
of the State. Also ia the District Court of the Uni four months. &:CO. November 8, 1856. 45-5 b
Oct.'25. 43 Sh'ff and ex officto Tax Collector. :*v p/y of every variety of articles eaoall $r
_V ltd States b the Northern District Florida. Passed ia open Court,this 23d Oct. 1830 <_ .t --- )driJ* Planiem -nd T3>.-8111 wW.I'Y*
ApaUchieoU, i NOTICE. 7 Circular Saw :.at thu esiablUtoeot a fiIidedandontbsrnostliberaIt.fnS.! : '' ,
D. P. HOLLAND OffieaQoiacj, Fla. Tcste CotrscH. A. Bar';Clerk. .b... Mill.Agency. ; ..
I -
'C.:1 ,--- D ., 1 WM. M. LAWTO. R.I SIX mntb after date the undersigned aitr- mHZ undersigned has Un agency for 'the sale ofJL : Ord ra from the Co- wPJ tcJt'
i. NOTICE.su W.XWJUGB!CO. estate of Jams* Holderneos, '
I MEDICAL. JOSEPH T. LAWTON tix o te de "W.Herrkk'Impnvd Circular(Saw Milk 'tic*g5aTtnte lritb hgsr botlr 'pdos M&'qtI'
DR.. MILES H.. :HASH ; 13 Dn.L WixsoaN Ja lt county, will flui'her account" consisting of three"Ibfi for 4t. 48 ad'&1 or 54 ioeh I (tj. Fby*i sn'a prt.fpticn!lftfaDj ("U"l ":
Sept. 37.4mnAdmInistratoiS
DRS. GAMBLE & BETIONFLirEfttbeir 185f. era and apply to the'Jbdge of Probate of Leon county .- Saws. These Circnlars art deddadV the beat ia nae I Also,. pon %s.compound". Lfrs4.yL."

t orrcxa ml nomsxetvit attTicxs ro TBX cmzxm or for a discharge from said administration. ,. having'several improvements over the .Pegs or another / Ja 0. 18510sW .
} __,!ALLAv1kkr.z AXD arUOOXDIKOCOCVnT. ( Professional Servicesto. the Pub- Notice. .ELIZABETH HOLDEKNXSS Admt'r. Patent in use. The cost to aboot toO, J860,;) ,of .
with Dr. M.J r OFFICE ,Bcott ct'Poo'' I month after date, I will.exhibit Ac. T Qo1le tor IIi .
",.: v"' ;j. SIX 07- aeat -I -; j'..?! For further particulars apply to '

[: i I tWi9i8 ,; ,go, .. ?' January 5, 1856.A. 1o vouchers to the Judge* of' Probate Ga- 8.. DILWOBTB ". XIANIEIJLADD.Nevp9rtFIa. oid beh.1ho Ooo'
i den as administrator In'right of "- Towaofllo,ft tha flnt NcIq1.
-rl I county my wife Koyember 3I185Z.. r 44 ,
_ : .iJ ) 1ttWILY.a1AMCOTT; : :PERRY. :AMAKER, t the estate of John Ingram late of said county Attorney and Counsellor at LaW 'Jaooary next. tM foUovioar Dc1t.wft. Ta*'. .'

.;f4s'f1YNI'.TOKNiEY.-; .. .... : _'; t" ceased, and apply for a finsl-. *ttl.a .**.*xi
; AT LAW- AITflRThTMW charge from the administration of said estate: ., MQNflpE.I4 JFLPRIDA. ., .' f ,ElA edP liStlit. tt< te'
: : ,, 4 LEWIS IJONE Adm'r. YTTILL practice in the Courts of ILo 'Hiddte'Cir- )nffc, $ACESrS&Iir, ceajifoash.u atd sold to satisfy' \Wi d ,:1

1' SrlcELL;'pr TALLAHASSEE* FLA.r ? In'r hi* wife.S1it. TT cuit.ad The 11..11 and Lowndes, County tie ;"i) J. It tLOY!.-' JAM p. ) '.,-

Jill,' '0,185a ,, : t'ljan May 21. Ilt3. 20 l. II, 1856: 3 March 2!, 1850. 12-ly '.< .Nov. P.I 85(J. 45 Sept 27, 155. ,: _"


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