The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
February 7, 1856
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1865?
General Note:
General Note:
Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note:
Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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INDIAN AFFAIRS. I lion Was "n the mfrniing of that day, disturbed. by an impropriety on have been able t to do but little or nothing in the way of active opclations. i! the troops directed to lie tendered to me are now on parade' !'

the part of Capt. Sp'aikimin, followed by language very ducourteJ I I questing! my attention with you to receive them. In reply,.IwII{

J I l tl: me.j .. I Since the first of the month the country Las been, and continuesto I he ;in attention. .* It

f'r"m (( n. Carter to (. ,tad Durr.ii.c.rorv. .-. j. 1te-pecliully'! i be, literally inundated. While we have he>n thus prevented from Respectfully, .

( .) Your ob't seiv.uit action, the Indians, from the same cau.c, have been unable to annoy Your ob't servant + AUK>"-'C". State of FIlII ida, fTiUips. JESSE CAUTEU: u*. Our expedition to I-topng'\ "iIlmwe the earliest t day practi JESSE CARTER, .

Jinn- 121 1; 1s3(.. *. Special Agent of tho State t of Flb'iidn.J''r cable. There( ihul liitlc doubt (the} 'TticMah! are ''n that region in Special 4gent of the Stair of Fforiffa.i'( -'

( a4;. !F. 'M. DmrMicc.' force, with their families. : '.
FiTi[ Fn ". 1'Jorid.i : "'ii .Jen.; Carter io (;kv.Cnr'r. J'ri.'oii.e. Ro +
the the
rem same to s ama
Su--I; I rriurned la-t ning-fiom/ ;i s-cout of twelve il.s) in Hein { .) Your obit servant.JlISSK. I *"
t. s-carch tf! of Itniuuis. d! in; the hami : CARTER ; [COPY.] **>
nd-, coui-Sy. in a patty report Srr.riAL A't:>cv, Slate of FloiM.i., /j'I'amp1 ,
J I i,,iM--k-of AnnutulJg't uij-J CIa.ocClchattl'') (. and have} this: morning rerl June 24 1 ?.")(?, \, Special Agent of the State of Florida. PIIKCKVILLC, Florida, t'

f r'i\' *'nr rt'portut lh" 14th :uui ICJih inat.'Mailing! the tni'lan- EACfllcncy. I James E. Hroorne, 'IillS ; September 24, 1856. 5 '

\:1101\: on the !frontier since the 14ili in -t. Taliahasr.ce, Florida : !'jvtii the) IIII the aino; ;. I M. Whit Smith, .

White 1 Jt(.l'Y: sympathise in tin- los of >everil: ] roil and brave Sir-I have the honor to report that in accordanee( with my' communication (() Commanding+: Battalion : .

men aud alms wi'h their bereaved families! I can but rejoice.. ; in the : of fiche Nth ill!t.. I left! her on the motning of ih? Oih l'Ir.I.\L ACEXCV, Stjilft of ]oriJa, ( Sir-Capt. II. F. Smith has furnifheii me a written statement'of '

jilorioiw re-ultt. of thcfO} e :;i Demerits, a> they fill heavily! Uj>.,n tlufiifi.iv inst., for ll e purpose'of scouring the hammoeks of lie rnaudo coun.t Tampa, August 7, lo.;(. S his intention to disobey your order instructing him to report his command .

and ii'lL-c! ; cuxiil on lh troop-: l'nlg"cI.: I haH handed t ty, where it was reported Indians: had been peen n'cl'nllr.h'l force Excellency. Jame E. Broom, to me, and he i il therefore not considered under my command.

\our r*;i''>rt to t!.(, press, uiid ii uil:; be p.ihi.-h! < ,1 in the i 1'Mie con-itrd of Capt. L'ley! and eighteen men of> !h-t! command: ; and a Tallahassee. Florida : Tho (detachment cf foot tronps under Capts. Bell and Hughey refuseto

(: ', and it thai!! ia promptly t.I! rittd< Io the (;(.>nwr.> The co-operative force of about sixteen men under Capt. Spaiiiuidn: under Sir=The intcres-t-s.of ll.'o Statelhe: reputation nod efiicicncv-of remain in the service of.lhe State till these commands can be

entire.; community hereboth _j*npalhioe and n-pice: in i those events.'IVndcr order of Col. Munroe. A few men of each command were di.. iti service. di'n'ands the immediate exercise I.f pavers not fully ;delegaled filled up and received into the United Stales service, and they cannot

I to hoe braiv l jy! my hearty clll1gratu'alCI: ;. patched ii iri lEe' creciior! of Mafia, ois tin ninrnin r of the day we in ) o'ir written il-trucII')ti.; but l fully implied in the character be received in that service until full beside, many of these men

It was niv irttertion t to fend forward! s-upplics; :! am! rcinforcunents; left, to puisue a small patty of Indian*, the gigue of which had been of my appointment, : HIH:! duties, as an A:'(:lIt of the State. .\11111 are sick, and unable to render service or Io return home. I there t '

r.,: Iho rtsIJi"g, : ;j'dtty. 'J.ul* I f star 11' i'? now too late.Resncrul.v dir-covered the tiny/ previous. appeal! to your Excellency Io sustain mi in what I may rightfully do. lore suggest the necessity of providing them with subsistence and

:: : "'c occupied! about two day] scouring the Cypress about eixdnysin I hue dt'tfimined! ; to disband the commands of Capt. Wm. II. Ken. transportation to the point where they were mustered in, and there

. Yur; ,1,'t Mvi\ant, the hammocks and s-rrubs of :\ Anti'iMnli (CllOcc,. chat.c.. and 'IV- rick, and Lieut. John Addison, tin former on the 2"th inst., and the I I muster! them out.

JESSI-: : CARTER, achoatco, and came in by way of HilKboroi} : ,- hammock, examining latter Oil the Sh: proximo and will make rublic call fur a mounted I hope Capt. Sullivan will succeed in filling out his COmpllll), aadirf"et r

Special' t Agest 1 of ihe Suite c 1 Flunk.Fl'tn shoal and crocing.. and returned o-i! the evening of the :31-t, I coinpany+ ', to fill the vcacv! of Copt Hrndrick's:'!, to be mustered on !! 11 l Tampa fiir'the; United States service. l

not han: ;<; discovered Indian, or sin" UW'II which, we could relv. that day, and a detachment of thirty I mounted men at Manatee, and You will please, deliver at Camp Jpyard, ten days ration, from t

*;cn. Carter to raft 1\clIhkk. There i iII doubt the !Indian-; were !there<, a* reported, but after un: will propose Io inu;'er the remaining force at that place, as footmenfor State store in your pM ses+ion. where I will cornrHunicate with him.

{(OFY.) king a lecfmr.oisruioe probably left to ii-turn south! prior, to our arii leral ;''lard. I will also propose the question of mustering out Repp ct ut1f9 t ,

v:d."t.! were joined, in Hernando bv Lieut. ;John McXeill: with and re.or aniztlliol1 in Capts. Johnson, Durra tire: and Lesley. Thereanns Tour oh't servant; ..
SrrvijiL! A JI.M-Y, state! of Florida,
t Tampa, JIlC'iI.] I 1S-1G. (. about eighteen ti''ii: oi!! hid i'lilepeii'lenl command: and several citi- : which impel me to this course, shall; accompany Ill} report JESSE CARTER. j

\ 7."ii-. Ol! its peifohriance: ; Special Agent of the State of Florida.
IIKurizick.] .
fa1'' \\ m. our servirc vac pr-i formed mostly on! I font!, andS very thcioish.Oir liecptCj, : )!: '-, : 1
Foil HrnMH-j rioiiil.i: i : ,
; .
( ; nif>veui'Mils! quieted, to a great e.xUMi'.the e\cit"ment prevaiin! <.' Y Hir ;)1': servant, ,t r..
ir-I; I Hinl t cip;" 'JipJ5": and( tiisa\I"J(nlm"nl at 'otlro e11Cerrom From (H Carter to c.Smith.COPY. \
in ih' cosnimmi'y.: The inhabitants of {Ii-rnan-io' an-' much expo-i-d, JESSE CARTER;, : . '. .> '
IIII' ti! .your post till my al II'-II.(', ani !.I i! I ai-I-!: cf t\vo and I three I fiinilie I I( ", at variouspoint Special Ag'Mil of the S'nte of! Florida.: [ .] t
intention to V.' ihre 0:1 i.l&l or t ln'! next \.a- juoviin ,1PIERCXULLU
'rhnllllr lily.
Tln'n'1 be dotib} th '. Indianfli'siijii, i in that
!- call no an : ; I Florid. .
;;:11 1. Ihat ni, o.l+r of tin* :! t nil.! }liastifiihci ,
]\ known ill you : a-i ) qu.irtciety! >oon, and the only k I( reeIt:!I my iit;; pos'il liir, that service P. S.-I I shall be able to show you the necessity of this action, 1.
September 24 1856. \
ackti-nxloii 'd <-i 1-ieruli"tl! and nnntiic tlisappoiuttiicnt !
1"- ; -
i is the conijiany of Capt.;,t I Kendrick, which I have taken rnra!ure.: to :and \ o.j will see the. CIll ialle recnltin the improvement and elliciency Smith
Cnpt.H.F. : I
'ntrtl ftlllJlI h of of
oi *v':r unprcc''( = 'hirty-ttto tii ji your com- place: ii; an efficient position, occupifij three pointfrom! (i the ea-tern of the seivice. The reoiganiz-.ition:.? shall bo placed; upon a iir-I ill of communication of the 22d ;nstlo'
fur "fii'ira :*. at the "atne tint?, which you will llnill; (-\liUcly om receipt your '; \
mind line of feliii'inenl! to the centre of the: county, we-t. at which III. inhabi'ants more wholesome basis, and, so far ns |possible, relieve it of local: ins today of
f J nc.tll'lh'-it iou to 1 1m at 1111'! :111,1! r'adfur duty at handed'J yourself on acknowledging receipt au "order"from
rtcr.l. !, ai p.iji in iv. assembln j for; pr-itection: and( from which. seoiiting! duty' cumbrance The local gourds of Manatee' should be foot, and the Col. \1. Whit Smith
I nomcii''s! warn 1, 'I'h.t 1 p-irt: i.f the 1 oruer1 the :ala 1 ua.! rr'iairin'T : instructing you to report your command ,. .
a be ; the Cypress, .' \ViihIacoochee mounted) detachment should} be employed in active duties .
(may l'ertillll1d! c!'ii ; as ranpeid.JKSSE to forthwith for stated etc. This order I
me, reasons ,
: t men of ur C'onnan.1 i to act jointly 1. : r ill: :v d'lach.PO' presume, was
rjvi central! hamrnuckwith ficility.! Tht'+ 'C'I \ice of an ad-lilional CARTER.
issued in obedience late Executive instruction
comrnan-l. t'ccn yiiig Wihc.icliec:} ferry, to ?, and I am here
anent of Capt. Johahu.1's. ill hat i < and should l be .
company: county actually: neees ai\! rinploi.e.l under the to But without
rmancit'l1. You will fetn-uiithen detachnvnt, at same authority, rcceireyou. investigatingthe
is hereby rount your !there if po--s1bk.! I theiefiie renew my! :'pplicati(n fur such I'l om the same t,) the ,iiIcort' ::e.
I I entertain
r\lJI1.J 1o twenty-five men. You will irnmediateh! h ctiab-' reasons assigned must assure you no desire to
the .
canin fine; oral j lead .: detacliirenl.:'. .
( )
!i-b i a t': 1i'un of thirty men :.I 1 I I'ii'rce iili', unui-r a <"onr.ii-, ;:>i''d 01. change jr'iir determination, nor to attempt to Influence your command I
The of 1 Indians, pursued in th% direction of .Mafia th9ih -"
: on
the n-iuaindei. of will he i pall SJMX-IAL: acs:acv, date f.f f Florida, / in the least. .
with :
ricer, and your conipainyou ore-spy in !!, piob.ibly I ] of those from Ilennndo' ,
weie a iHuiningM'Ulh
? part \ I have .
15 .
1356.IIi to
e-i iTnatcd a? .lour head quuiter. You will ifnuiih! ;.- ini'iio- aulpa.lugust t no authority discharge you.Respectfully
point they evaded 1u-:tot. James. Broom -'
Excellency ,
of IIIt'miter! of th. .
diate attendance every your conipjny: al t pointsahoe
J..inat..I!: :,11.11)1nOpth' ecuti :this order. You are herrbvau'horizcd He.p..ctfiilly.Your Florida House, Tampa : Your obit servant, .. ,
ob't t servant, Sir Your just ructions cf( this date 'I JESSE :
: K fill (!clicicncio# in Jour tnnimand, t-curring{ by death!;, :accoirtpanying Cc'l. Munroe'-j CARTER"
rrcruiiinc: tlnci i 11: men in th"i ii, !,I-tc:3. JESSE: CARTER, rc'lllliiiulIl[ for Three companies rriourited. volunteer, and instructions Special Agent of the State of Florida. '
Ly 'pf'ciagl'l1t] of the Slate of Florid-i. I relative of the State forces ss:
( : :, .I ( te a re-organization present have been -
1r-Ind' received, and will he strictly observed. "i i
: From Gen. Carter Cov.
j to Broome. .
county in ieivic". 'Ynu" iH incienir ref.'ort l t. this i ofiict the ntnv! rei'lII! tLC hale lo tit! !..J\l. I. I have also received from; your E .elf'lIcrlIndrv! blank commissioi's ..a.fcoPi. .f'
troops t lor ollie.ers: to he elected ind'-r Col. Alunroe's late requisition.! [ .] ,
of every nix if an-, icu--in! : to hIW"filiI' onleis, with the date of (coi'V.) .
fcudi ieu-ii.i* Yat.I.t'y'! ; \ri.;;'l I ')" imll-.'.drili 'h >:tnc.iii; from she: rust, a;.dfctfi J5J'KI \T. A,, ;Sulo of l-'loii.Jii P : Itc9.i.tG.l!| SPECIAl. AGENCY, Stale of Florida i'**
r Your ob'l sprvanf.
'I-lit niru irv-iuii i'l UciIHV\ \ f, Tampa: June :4, l 1"- (!. } Tampa, October 20, 1?56. \S.
Yi/u wi1ll.utily the. inhabilanU in the vicinity! f f yo'ir station'avA1 -, t/ Evrellency! i James I E.: Browne, JESSE CARTER, His Excellency. James E.: Broome,
of the Slate of Florida.
: iheni'ere! of iis prote.-tion afiorded ai .hc.-c points. Tallahassee, Fioii.ia : Special+ Agent Tallahassee, Florida! :

It is CS?.ctt".l that: >ou \.-::.1 t--.c 1ile this o-il-r whIr; pr )mpfr.>?.-, and) Sil--I! 1 have ,the honor to lranrrnt herewith a copy of (;apt. Dur- Plum llicsnmeto time Sir-I have the honor to transmit herewith, abstract and vouchers a

tncr;., and you are tent 'red ti> report it !tit ly ex *cuted by the ll'i raucf'1'0 ofiicial report of the 1 1,1h. detailing a series of conflicts/ with n.ima. I fir money received and disbursed for the State of Florida, from theIst

day of n"lt m,nth. the Indian on Pease creek, from that day to the 19ih, :n-t., in tfhich (COPY.) of June to the 20lh October, inclusive, 1856. which I hope will

'I mint t again remind you :hat; the rr ports of nurchaTs: i is'iifc, etc., we have lost Several ;good citizens*, in killed, and a iiitmber wound- SPECIAL AGENCY, Slate of Florida, / meet your approval.

for jour corn ma ftd, MI n-peali-dly called for have nut bf-en furul&hed.By ed. 'I hil'1 weyin;>ati-e.]? with those who siifier, vcan bu rejoicein Tampa, August 1C, 1836. S I must again request a remittance of about $1,000 to meet current .

order of the tovcnrt.T. the unpiec'd>nted achievement of 'that little band of gallant men. Hi. Excellency James E. Broome, expenses, and other outstanding accountsnegotiated: here on,a t

JESSE! CAJTE? ;, ; The Iniinshad!! selected their ground, and knowing the} strength of Tallahassee, Florida : cash bgsis.; r

Special Agent: of the Slate!
P. S.-It h proper I shoot! stale tin!, until these orders ar+ exe- charm of the little party produced a panic in their ranks, and being lions, of date the 15th inst., relative to the immediate reorganization tho 22J, to accompany them in ihe field. I expect cross Peaso

mini and proper l buiHirreeled f,r the saff-kfepin! .! ttipplics, posted on the river bank,.were compelled to meet our troops at the of the present State forces, and retention of [five mounted com- creek on the 23d, and will scour ihe country between that stream ,

the f rthl'r dt--lrvoi\ f ub>i i-ttlCe and tore will heu
CARTEU, -ult of the diy. From the battle ground the enemy retreated down requisition for tutee companies of f volunteers:, of date the 1st As Gen. Harney is expected to arrive at an early day and to assume ..

SII'| : cial Agent, &c. the river, supposed to be in boats or on rafts, and wvre warmly pursued inst and your instructions of till, date relative thereto ; all which command at once, I am impressed with the impropriety of extending
iI t
e lI'1. J\IIIrk.' bv our forces, }but they have returned! unsuccessful!, the Indian* will be strictly olhwrnnud promptly attended to. ( my movements beyond that event. .

: having'juit( tho river on the south side i arid could not he trailed. Respectfully shall be pleased to hear from you soon.

I Viry Re.spccth'.Hy! Tour obit t servant, Respectfully, t
rfttln (Sen. Carter. 1u {*rt. Lei; y ( f
Your ob't I servant, JESSE CARTER: j Your oh't tenant: .
(COPY.) 1 JESSE CAUTJ-R, Special Agent of the State of Florida. !ig i JESSE CARTER,
5rv.flAL: AI J:"CY: : ', .lair.of Floiidj, ) i Special Agent of the 'tale of Floji'I.i.I' i trpe6ial Agent of the Slate of Florida.

.J'alllla. .I;Iftll 23, 1 1850. $ from tie!, same (to the same.coryl ; -

(":1.V. L. G. Lesley, l I from il.e same to tits time.COPY. ., ( J i iE P. S.-I was too late for this mail in getting up my abstract and

ilountcd Volunteer!*, ( .) SPKCIAL.AG-KNCY, Stale of Honda, ) I E \'ouchcrs-\villlrallomit theme soou. ,,. .

Ala f t Floiiiir. : G, 1 95G. \ JESSE CARTER.
1 SPECIAL AGENCY, State of Florida, ) Tampa, September I ".
Sir-I am in receipt, of! your communication of 1'..tPlda)', and in ( His Excellency: James E. Broome, '! I -
Tampa, July 28, 1850. From the t1! .
same to e larr.e.COPY. :
station .
rrply, am gratified to know you found jour iu gi od order, James E. Broome, : Tallahassee, Florida : i .. P"- : .

:nd occupied I by fifn-cn men( of the detachment present should you :: His Excellency; Tallahassee, Florida : I. Sir-! have just returned from the frontier, and hope to report the r ( .) '. ..rn I

occupy temporarily! the Cross place, divide your coirrmand !cuing a Sir-Your Excellency will pardon the liberty exercised in submit. organization of the State troops, under your late instructions, complete J i BIG CHABLEY POPliA. i
sufficient guard at the StaHon: -relieving them is you m.iy deem advisable I ( in the course of two week i iI
the Saturday M. October
f for consideration, following suggestions, presented 25. 18M.'S" i
ling your intention take the field the 15th October with the '
; It is to Ly ,
my James E. Broome
with view to the pecuniary interest of the State, and the efficiency His Excellency ,
While] I feel 1 assured the State! would sustain you in the purchase a service. five companies mounted volunteers being now organized, leaving a i Tallahassee: Florida
the : ,
.f and to secure jt i!, it seemsvto mea : of present : defensive the frontier. To do this I ; f
le corn referred to, my anxiety small guard on effectually must I miles
Sir-I south-east
Instead of placing deposits in commission houses, as heretofoie, am now twenty-five of Fort 3eau; .
hard care that Jon should! be required to make yourself personallyipspnusinle. I would suggest tho transmission of funds to me, direct, or depositsin invoke your prompt aid in procuring necessary supplies. I should ; my forces crossed Pease creek, late on the evening of the .23d{wjjt&f9.ins'.
Ynl rnUst 1 act in the matter accoidinj? to the dictates I now be employed throwing out supplies to our outer posts, from which i ii command consists of the
forces viz
I safe hank in Now Orleans or New York, upon whicn ,I may i My following : Capt. Wra. H.
fti your own j z grf ent. in future. will of i to draw when in the field, but they are not ou hand. I would alsoi Kendrick rank and file fifty-two Abner
j draw in the purchase of supplies, .1 present some present men ; Capt. D.
Fort be :
Respectfully, t make a small shipment to Myers, to carried up to Fort Do. file
rank and
i the advantages] to the Stale under this regulation : Johnson, present, forty.tbree-absent on special duty
Your ob't JESSE servant CARTER, I 1. I can now purchase some articles of subsistence from the li.i naud by the steamer Ranger, but cannot until a cargo is received I I and sick, six-Surgeon present ; Capt. E. T. Kendrick fink and .

i S. Commissary here, with cash at New Orleans costs, saving to the here. I file present, eighteen-absent on special duty and sick thirteen- fAss't
Special Agent ol the Stale of Florida. I State, commissions, and all other charges ; such opportunities aro KI.owing tho uncertainty and irregularity our communication I Surgeon present. Our train consists of fine foils and 6ce t
and item Orleans, I must to deposit the sum i '
shipments request you
horse teams and
here mule teams, two two one single horse wagon.
From ten Carter to C6L Mucroo frequent 2. Grain may; be purchased here from planters, with cash, below of $0,000 for the purchase of subsistence, at your earliest conveni : We aro supplied for about fifteen days, and officers and men are t

(COPY.) New Orleans costs and charge, which may be made a material facilitate all in gad spirits. We are to some.Client retarded by sickness.

FICUL: Aor\cv, State of Florida, / i item of saving to tho State, and will, at the same time, disburse the : i I divide my command at this point. One division with mn mores I
of detachment of foot at each frontier
Tampa, June 24, 1856. $ State's fijWs among her Own people, which to my miiid i is expedientand i, Your recognition a guards for Istopoga and ''Kissimi ;; the other down Pease creek.along tie
active force and facilitate the
station greatly augment ,
w911d. Calloosahatcheo. I '
coat, and up hope to make a good report.
Col.:: John"Munror, equitable ; I (
: winter campaign. '
Commanding Depaitmeht in Florida, 3. Such supplies as must of necessity be purchased in New Or. Respectfully

Fort Brooke: leans, may be procured through me, direct at quite' as moderate i I i Respectfully Yottr( ob't, servant, Your ob't servant 1
Sir-I h.*e the honor to report( that I left this place on the 9th I terms as through a commission house. ; JESSE CARTER, ? JESSE GARTER : I

Jn t., according to our previous arrangements, accompanied by Very Respectfully, I Special Agent of the State of Florida. Special} Agent Of'lbe'.State of Florida..,

Capt. Lesley and eighteen men of- his command, and your co-opera- Yotrr cb't servant, t. I t t t .
tbe JESSE CARTER, i I I From Gen. Carter to GOT.Broomc. ,
tivc force of about sixteen men under Capt. Sparkman; to scour '
ol the State of Florid '* From the name to the same. **
where it Indians had Special Agent j
Hernando was reported
hammock of county, PICRCEVILLE, Florida, i.
1>f en seen retentl J ..* I *i I (COPY.) Sept mb rS, 1856. f

We occupied near two days in scouring the Cjpreai on our way, I ; From the same to the same. :rI SPECIAL' A OENCY, Slate of Florida, ) His Excellency James E. Broome, .

and about six day* in Ibe hammocks and scrubs of Annuttaliga, Cho. (COPY.) r 1 Tampa, September 6, 1856. f ,, Tallahassee,:Florida.? I .

cochattee and Tea hudeo and retomiog, ,'examined hammocks, StEf1Al. AGENCY, Slate of Florida, ? I His Excellency James E. Broome, I II. Sir-1 have the honor to acknowlege,the recipt of:your communication
eboaleanderossingVof H illsborough down to Roble's bridge Most Tallahassee, Florida i of the 13th inst. and the I
Tampa, July 30, 1856. S, i I. ; accompanying ,copy e(.Executive<
6f file service wtf peribrmed on fool,.aad was thorough. We were E. Broome I Sir-I have conferred with'planters.: : .in Sumter, Hernando. andHihsbta instruction to Col. Whit Smith, .commanding special battalion of J .

assisted in our examinations by Lieu John McNeill, with several His Excellency James Tallaha&se,, Florida : I ';ough couutiei, relative to the purchase of' corn. for tbo'troops; date-the' 9th inst., and J in.obedience: thereto', in being'notified try"Col.AYhit j

members of his independent eommand. ,and citizens of the county.We .- generally and frequently made manifest in the.serrice of the State,,. and have j enjjsged about' sit thousand, ,; Smith i of his .readnessTattended! here ,"to receive th6 trpq* .
of the 2Ist int. not hating discoTered Sir-The anxiety existing bushels a.t 81 to $1 25 bushel .de iveredat our stat.OD. and I tendered
returned on. the ,erenhig 'volunteers' Ute service of the Stale, to he mustered out per to be me.- Captain 11, F.:'Smith declined :to.temifl'ia
Either Indians their recent among can purchase at these figures a sufficieatupply for.the four,mountedcompanies the service and to 11 of his
sign written
or of six months from the cfay.of mustering in, renders ( report me :.cop, 'declination{
There is no doubt the Indians were there as reported but had at the expiration Excellency's i i for their Jerm, jof,six .months' vrbich,!you will see upn and my reyly with .en (, .
probably returned wrathward, prior to our movement, and the inces-, it nefcessary' fhut of re-organizing ge upon the,present your service} as continuing Considerationtbe six making BStimWwif will require about twelve thousand bushel The The foot companies of Capts. Hughey, Bell' and SuUivanjire'neither ;

lint rains Lad obliterated their tracks. Their object was that of re.connojasance propriety of majority of each Mannatee will be supplied by purchase in New Orleans. I need full. In an interview z with cc l. Jphn Monroe, 'cotnman Qg,
the muster provided a company
and they doubtless design an attack ui that quarter months from desire day to accept,it, acid authorizeme in .that event to, 'j Dor .estimates. to show youtbg salt\I'g'1 to[' the State! >in these : the Beparlmen, beTore leaving Tampa ascertained thatibey Woold

,feoo. The Inhabitants are much exposed, being at bomA, and in express a to. .them. ., purchases, to say nothing of'the propiil1yof'Inrestilt. : money with. : not be received till full. Captain Sullivan> cori m.lid"ma-,*.

parties of two and three. fatnillen, at different points. The only dtechaTgOyand'ro will organtu much complaint confusion? and, probably our own people' ,. .+ eDt buvthere' is reason to beliere.hecaa; : 'fill.up, ao4J'ihere refddressed -

force at."my disposal in that county; Is the cbrapany of Capt.,Ken. This course prevent wahave. several dismissals, lor intnbordina. I hope,you wail I. my command,. by tho 1st of October next, him ,a communication .relative thereto, a cola of wgicb I..herewlth i I.

Sficlc, which I hare taken measures to place in efficient position, mutiny. Already hare Hett filled recruits. 015,000; to caveat as above, wbtch'wtllenable me to secure at once' eoelo'ecY. .- .. >t" "

uxupying three'points from'tbe eattero line of settlement, to its cen.. lion, which be vacancies to hear from on by this subject, at your earlU the necessary,supply ofgrain f !fBr'theJsix:( : months': ,term.-ap&: To 'dis The commands of C pts Bell and Hoghey, present ''with'',the:,4 exception -
shall pleased you
tree at which the Inhabitants may assemble for protection, and from pense ;with' that hem of team .hire, which has beet very considerable. of one man, peremptorily refused fo remfeU iiribe serrJe ors

which on the Cypress, HiUsbor- est \"errieoce. Respcctlully, i the State Jill the commandscootd .
scouts may with facility operate .- Respectfully beIledwlbiehrlntator[ t stfasjgjsr.
Very t
ough and WitWacoochet, acfd to tbe central hammocks. Our more.ttent .. Your,ob't servant, .Your i'' ob't servant, tive but t'to'drrt .discharge* See copies'of: ,cimioiQaicaUeaaio'Col.

'qoieted to' a great extent the excitement prevailing in tbe comrnunlly JESSE CARTER I' JESSE CARTER M.Whit Smith, herewith.epcloted.; "f
on our arrival.On : .s cal; Abetit orate Slate,of Florida. Special,-, Agent of.ths Slate,of Florida.Trom Under date bf to-day leave "i sued 1 deo Captsllu \tyfirfBel ,.

the ,UUh lost, while io Chococbaltee.hammock, a report of .' ...,. .. 'i ',. '" .. ), to raise each. a'foot. company, Ddp"n .them''' aftba'' .t. r

.an attack tf-Mr: Willis on iho'14th, reached in, when I suggested .4 : ,-.JS 'l/FJ' I e ,b. ame:. '. .: .Gen._ :Carter to MWhit: Smith. .dara cN'bade, tortbeUBttdSwte* .nke, S-ee copiei_.., {

toC.j"}. Sparkman"the probable necessity'of the Immediate return of !"i ; :. ((0C7Y4)). 1 t,:(i I .,;l.,'a ';.In. (QorT.'t; ,,.1 .ti"t tL idPtiL + ,'. Sj'f "s stone 'Aoirt 3rupotel ittasQf 1.1"Saq+"I"'tn* 'rrebablYall .

Ms cbmrnatid 'le'llie\ frodtftr, .which I reported at riben .f the lSthr' ;. : ; r .. : :', :& ::, Florida, ? L. consumed. 111 the;- uta.tratr/. .. his t tt booD. .. .
: hAd ; "(1'.JtS uL' A o>eState. Florida, '.,...' .. '1 -- '- ""' -. .. ,tf 'lqliC'cL.
ad Hillsli n 21 56 -
OQ Ihe'+&eraoonof tKo 19th, be.lefiUlfoR, the : ou '.J'r' "' I ertr'm' 1 ; DectiUU\..
.. N"lb54. f". !, .
.1"' n 'to .rjJ il 1
.It mP.8t" .y. tt 'le
I'ftDnae Id'hit port.;\ iCipt. ._ f.4.. : r ; '"hit Smith.. f Ont ou.t &1'A fJ .
.'Bpuhnrnrt.i. ( coovnlied iota ,.all maUer. .cbnnededlwhich iji. .Escellenc' aair'e Bro1mep1_ 't..11 .' j e --nit 1 CommatJd D$'Batli mon : M. 'JE88BAgrrnt \ ;: .fbl

with'our movemenl&; , the afternoon or the l thln; all Tallahaieei}! Florida: ;f..i-- 't b, 1 j jv-j g,t VtiriiraMrn itr t.ofyoili': : ::ribleTof{ thU tet dforipiDi', mo.t1i:1: i ofrtb ttar111q I s

III fm1l eoncnrrr-d, iubd;.I' regret 'to'uj, th&harmon7 or"co-era. Sir-I h ,:tfte hoHor t* -''''tthit.1 : S t. "f r

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:4 Jomhablo! resolution and self reliance of the I Sound Sentiments veil ?rsscth: :-nn-ty:: ? W--n In.i v\v the first ovUence \- very as she ;pleases, and she will !>e welcomed The Legislator?, the Seminary aa4
fm-tid 3.
:; with .,
Jtortirian it into llie L'lu'oi open arms by ver>
: J Journal.TALLAUASSKR iuleiligcr.t masses. Let our people then takp I i Few of the many speeches to which thy t> ns this of tie continent! pownof? Excuse squatter me sovereignty sir-, office institution! t from tIlt Arostonk to tin" Mr. I'niT.JK-TIu* ridtcolo wMi-LycBrcor! .
2 _-.-----'.-,-- ------.- -,'.-.-- '-'-.'--.,---- -- -- an interest as they aro beginning lo feel, i.i PrcsiJenl's annual message gave rise have but I undertake to say, that the first exhibition Rio Grande, and fioni the Atlantic to the fnr'off respondent "B" caste cpui tlu Ia. tci 0.

,4 : the various projected works of improvement ( '.' -i >:-.Ved, in our judgment, tlutt delivered I by of it was in the State which you have Pacific. Sir, the Democracy has stood the Legislature with rafcrcncp to the

; S >- and endeavor to elevate the prosperity and the IIoi. A.; G. Brown, of Mississippi, in the the honor solely at this moment to represent for fifty" *years like our own ocean bound l Re- lishmcnt of the Seminary West i.f tho Susp.- .

Saturday, Feb. 7, 1857. increase the power of our beloved State. U. S. Senate, on the 22nd of December, 1850. tin the floor of the Senate, [Mr. Weller in tin and Tho they waves havu of broken teflon in|litive hnirnles benUn! life, the cans-tie tre.itrm-nt which he ailninli.tets .

chair. When% the of California assemblexl upon ,
If Mich course should be adopted it will The first portion of this excellent speech is ] people Ft stand fit the Council-fur tlu-ir
a convention! and undertook to ripples, at its feet. to day a Jo City shr.; f in tla
: The Communication from \% II. B. will all desire. With all j devoted to a vindication of President Piercc's yi of ci>intry; -tlu h'ipeol'liu' { the
accomplish we our fram 71 State constitution for themselves, they type our gloiioits prot-evtling, earnestnoi with wi-li!: J
in the next issue. last Horn the violent assaults! of Seward I in land, and a boai-on liglili !
appear immense resources, there is no excuse for the j message were all sqnitler3 ; they were- in the country oppressed every 1 il'vpreeate-i the consummation of a scln-me

; want of railroads ill Florida, and for the citizens j and other Black Republican leadeis. without authority of law ; there was no law I i to the sons of freedom throughout the w 'ii hi. Mliich, I in, its present aptct, ,
The ucarv. ti
Pensacola It will Jjj4
papers announce in It will uphold the Constitution. prs-
appropriate theij When
be then
We wish we could find for the crush authorizing to : they assembled
of the State to fail to feel an interest in space
and affecting terms, the death of the ii: Convention on the high mission of serve the Union. It will; the tyrants mind tin- mlilariri of cxmscinrnnt folly

; & \ValkerAnderson, a distinguished law- their vigorous prosecution, would not be a ing replies of the eloquent Mississippi.iti to making a State constitution! they assembled : of the old woilJ, and the enemie-j of : and the $fear wl.k-h !1.. bi-Jiays K-t tinhsti.tiitiotj .

creditable exhibition of devotion to their own f tho objections of these fanatics, but are com I libeity in the New. Democracy will onj
and estimable citizen of that there to peifo'nn an act sovereignty ; when go iu question thonld bo pLiceil riitlrelrfoyond

L i yet place. : interests, preferring rather to wait upon Providence pelled to confine our quotations to the con- they made the constitution and set tip a State j conquering and to conquer, until till {-nitics : hi* control and jurisdiction aj a citf.7in .

Mail Facilities. or tome other mysterious agency to elusion, which truthfully presents the attitude government in all ;ts forms, it was an act of : shall confess its dominion, and the whole of Tallahassee are so ninny clear indicationa -

', the South and of the Pivstdent elect Mr. sovereignty performed by squatters and by i world be converted to the euhliim* tiutli* that he regards the
;. t:3 We are indebted to our Senators in Con build railroad? to increase their wealth, without of ia in mis-ion. measure umlir consiJoraifn -
[ which il teaches. This
nobody el.-e. Now, sir, I ask senators On the : .is Tits! to the intertcts of thUcnm.
grtts for the annexed communication addressed even the appearance of effort on their i I Buchanan : other side of the chamber, whether they did i We mean, Mr. Presidtnt, to stifle! this idaI Tiinnlty.! In thn opinion I perfectly

to each of them i ii which it wi'l' bo pait. But such we are proud to know, will I The Southern State, Mr. President, havf not sanction that proceeding ? I pray you, I J very question! on s firm and lasting, because with him. rot u-ij.>

eeen that arrangements have been con'ummated not be the case. Thank Heaven, our people been accused of violence in the maintenance gentlemen, were you not, one and all; in favor i on a just, liberal, ail c-flnsti'.ntioual: basis.I .- TV le -r m-t !u b -l\ui* thf: qutSo* "
under the Constitution
of their rights as they California I' VVo to ngitalii we nu-a.i to givercI.1e
of admitting under her mean stop ;
for the prompt and regular transmisgion are too intelligent to persevere in stipincneis understand them. Our people set down squatter 1 lint I beg leave to dentiir to the CoIlhhlift
are to the South, ami i quiet to ftu- whole
sovereignty constitution! ? Was not the Senatnr j
of the mail between Now Orleans, and j in view of a bright and glorious destiny. as lawless, and are constantly charged with to rout I lln Ahrlillonistsi which he l hit> deduce! from tlu /l\ics\ .
fin in Illinois the advocate for the admission country ; we mean
: Key West. We have the most creditable attempts to carry their point by force. A of California! under the constitution thus i and bury IJhfk: Ripub'icaniMii so low that .iiaN-J by himself! as t'ir; ns the vitactrnent
Cases Decided by the Supreme Court wduld be conclude from tl..' contract, the interest of the city
to Ih.l l
assurances that the Postmaster General has ; Granger very apt formed Was not the Senator: from Nt-w the sound of Gabriel's lumipt-r.[ will not reatlii the ;; the

used ia his SITTINU AT TALI.\H.\SSEU, j\x TrRMj i57. the accounts given of us tint every Southern York, ynJ he from Ma sacho tts, anti h- ;i it on tilt, day ()ljUdgIIlCIit Tiii id our hope ; duty of Council are involved, tnd | ropose. -
every means to secure service Ill the
power citadel. I shall make following to
trialias a walking: ro voisith.r
: from Ohio, all nrutind the chamber, wherever this our prayer ; this! onr confident expect-:)
in suitable vessels upon this line, and to defence against charges like this-our States these ;points seriatim.
they are, wore they not friends of the admission tioti ; but if we .shall l be ikctived in this! -ifI
1. Mooie i. Montford, MX Vs.. Are.. Appellants j \. bid "the lastetMon .
Never th.
the defensive.
this end faciliiy to the e\tei.t of the and our people stand on Lrislatun
I God eink's -
every it shall
of t Caliiurnia under her please to er>
: prosper > "
t Felkel and Wife al. ; squatter .sovereignty .
vs. et Apptlce& fiiu-cei'U in the '
power confided to him has been afforded. Decree reversed in and remanded for sir, never since the government was founded, constitution ? Then what! right have 1 if there shall, be no srtth'inetit :'Citation; is a/tempi to jvavj :iii net
part, has the North had reason to complain) that j to locate the Seminary of Learning \Vest
Vexatious failures and to they .to complain of .sq'mtttv sovereignty ? kept up-if'ho ritMilli can have no, ii of
delays greatly further J.
proceedings. Opinion by DnPont. either the Southern States 01 tho Southern Ithe Siiwrin .-(' at TnHihneT: B yj ,
And! then who vas* the! (list ( ntative of oiir enemies: hsve the [po tv -r. :.ii'l aieieolved i. H
the inconvenience of our State, have resulted 2. James Kirksoy, Appellant! vs. The Fl.-i. people hive interleu-d wi lb their domeatic repre cotistitutfoiini: gnmiuls. I lit. mav l Le,
ni-jn and
squatter: sovereignly oi: this ? When to ue it i in: breaking up Use L tramp-
from contractors taking the service at too !c Geo. Pink Road Co., Appellees. Judgment concerns. I have no reproaches to utter; but California was admitted, there were a I ready i ling ilm Con&tituti'jn on-Ier foot_then} we correct. I Jut. does the lan uat'e r>f tiuV'on.stitntion .

}1.w a rate. This, w are assured, is now affirmed. Opinion by DnPont, J. can our Noithern friends bay as much ? C-in at t the door) of the Senate two fentlemen a-k- 1 will lurn to [the setir.tor ;Jroin New York, thy Mimic of no other coiutructiou that:

4 3. Samuel B. Love, Appellant. II. II.Scheffelin they say: that they have never infer feted with lhat which be. places i tlpt..i{ it ; or, so ruhrit-:
obviated, as the incrr-ascd compensation will! ing for admission. One of them was John ; {.'i eat chieftain of his party, ant I ihe author i.fal '
& Co. Appellee Appeal Dismissed. our duiiH-stic afTaii> ? and will I itu and his ting, iiiis the rnn>t h.gj-alf Let ns ee.-.
fairly remunerate the \\eare also i Charl': Fremont. J He came: heio i :as a Senator O'.T woes, We en lo
patties. [ When the Kansas bill :r.ed, 'I hat ai: act .4( the Li.i-ltt, l tm .
I. Opinion by Baltzell. C. J. was j> we the tii>t who presented himself from C ililoinia ifiiatuattd allies aAbiaru, snJ.I; lL.n : tr.j.y bccotur
informed by Mr. Mallory, that the contractors l be e'lil tVis 1 a law, it j b re.-arv'li .5t
Lope there wou'd an of coiitoversv. -
1. Alphonsc! Loubat, Appellant! VS. Kip ansi the veiy embodiment, rf Mjii.itterscnjriignty. I.el there be no 'hi'1: 1 !pr.iy tilt C. !;ttweei:

expect to purchase the fine steamer Sc Voting, Appcllt-. Appeal Dismissed. It was intended lo take the question : \ I II'1 had no constituency I but a me loki t thee, and bc-tvvovu Lily !herdsmen; and I Hon I >e.s, (ffitla-r tii.-ta'ls I ag nirritted tirthe

Eastern and >econd boat of \v Raltzoi'! C. J. o-it of Congie.s*, 'tnd tinitafer: it to tinp! o- bu-ilrvrn. ptcHJrf.) it sLnnld lie (Ij.jlrot Cd r.yipon th
City, a tqnnlelze Opinion I '-iiattor o\ertignly constituency, I lie l came : thy henUiiien, for wo aie Is not

and powers and to place ervrc: on tl.o .". Chaiios, et ul. AppJlant) vs. C. i pie of the Ten u..fvised- Ii properly belonged from no St.te: but a Mate brought} into being the whole land before thee ? Sepa-ate thys--If, (5;4 veinur. I Ilia signatnre i, idn of hi.,
bad the, that of ttiI I
and who, a* wo all agieed, a- : n 4'cr.t of f rfie Senatu
G. Shopard, Appellee.! Decree set aside and i i bv stliIattt aert:2. Tie-! gentlemen! to I I pray thee, from me, it'liion i wilt I tako the -
route at the earliest practicable moment; batas at the time to settle it for them- and other orlicer i i, .f that the till
I light, proper pro h.ibtoii ,
jemnnded for fuithcr proceeding Opinion a man, ads ocatt-d his; admission.; They not : lelt hand, ti.en; ; I will o to the li hi ; or if -
vessels of the ;proper size and aca: qualities i' Lves. What ths proper lime! may be was for the! fir-t approved by boto H .u c-s. Jet,
by Pear-oi, J. onlv went admi-sion oj'tin* Sfate.( but thou d *p:,rt to tie right !IUUI: I, then 1 will g->
combined! with! the requlsi'e! draught of a subject left open for disu-u.-sit: : and to this for tin1 ;\ilmis-.ion) of her SenitoiThus they to t'.io! left." I If this appeal fail to reach the Governor might be ui1osetl| l to thwart ths
6. Stewart V. Mitchell. Appellant, vA.. notion of the
water for tVss: fpp inl doty, are diilicult to point I will recur presently. (cnthet''l I the v.hole procetdinij up to that the heart: of thy and his aliie?, there Legislature by t v.iil.FioKlim-.! hi*
J. Duncan, Appellee, Judgment! ,' 'tfliiined. cHence I .
find, it i Is not improbable that be It certainly was not contemplated by any time.: I suspect (that they, and all their class will be hut ,,ite alternative l ltt U-S :tiiI they: Pearson, J. the
Opinion by ron-.tituti
may tiiat violence I be used
us was to by anv jmwer. u fnrriishf check
of politi'nns are very much like or." 1 heardpeaKiig an appeal 1 to the go I of hat'tk' May 1 I He.ivei -
compelled to build one and to place an in John Rabun Ti.o State deci-ion in Kansas Tl.e I :nfitis.t: : Kx-ciUivc > in
7. ; Appellant, v- party to coerce n He u .nllowi ii the
said he
in !
lately wasi-i: for squatto :, its meicy, awrt t such a c..iuiit!
fetior boat upon it temporarily, or perhaps of F'oridi, Appellee. Appea'continued, and : people there those who were bimi title citizens i- : soxertJgnty if it woiKed in his favor, Legi-latnre to uky it for granted that he approves -

:. to make twenty davs trips in our first class ccrtiorari ordered to perfect tho record. Opiion of the Ti-trito'v, were to be left pifect and I against it it djil not.In txtenslon ofthe Telegraph.On the bill if I Ic do m t return ii vviih hjjjHgnatKre

Halt/til C. J. free settle their domestic afl.ii in tliri/ within five Tuos
by ly to ? nn act of
boat for a time. lily opinion, Mj'ia'tef' :; w; a
.s ( the tiTth inst rec'-hcd for th tlr-t
8. John Habun. Appellant, \ <-. The State ;1 ow's way, '-uject! to but one! iniliienri'! anti iin-ii''t'r. ainl tfiiitoiial sovereignty a humbti4. t was the I Lcgi-Lturt may; bet-f-rue a l.ivv without
We rejoice Lcartily ovei this srrangemeiit, that the and l iniluvnce of the time at \\i It-graphic despatch th! sL'--tnre: : of tho C
of Florid;:. Appellee. Motion fcr :Sup<---e- benign pfiiceful 1 'mi'lerntaiul' sir, what is meant! by Washington C'ify. ; ;tVerbOr. ()-j the! cor.

by which we will be, placed once more in das dismis.-ed.: Opitii n by DuPont, J. Constituti.'ii.) No st.'Iier had this bi.l pi-eil State eoviTei.riity.; and in my upr.-iion: there from, the Inland of NewioaniilMiii!. Atably irp.ry, tire Le :i-atnrc! tray: bt di<.po .,.({ {ti,

communication with South Hoiida which than a conceited ami poweifi.1 etToil vva 'el i ia other Ivi'id take Ivaiitag'- of thr-s p.mj-o f>f tie ('onsti.t'.intz -
1Faribli Caiter, Appellants.. A. (*. no of sovereignty exiotii'g: in this : has been liii: I con' M>tin!' this lutitl
foot Iieie and taken in tlta New \j ; to enact a !law :
: on rapidly up despite t.e Kxcrutive.
has been even more difficult! to hear from at cinnies. i-t :-il. Appellee. Traiibfcrro.i to i-uiiritrv.: : Squatter sovereignty, teniloiialsuvoitiirnty. with the |sl.snd( of C'ap > Breton. nm\: \ rl-i 1 hek
Hi-nee the
I Stuti-s to Colonize th Ttruto v Ifjti.-lai'r
England ; ? : ; in
Times than tee Pacific side of the Jack-om'ilJi1, nd to b' heard at the IVhuary : and popular nviv.gity! (when: surjcti"r
continent : another the latttr I-I.uil with the
cnm.ectinii that If the
terns, with a vagrant population. Men were en appii _'il t to the 'l'cri itories.) al! bl-l4IItc to die.unK ptovuo LegUlat.'jri', by its vljour.nnt -

POST OFFICE DLI'T, < his ieI l snd sent there, not to cultivate the boil cate and veal! Nova Scotia, where it connectwith: th- irt. [prevent ho rt-tr.m nf a lail!! bv theGovernor
: oiy; they ; pohtifal ab.siirdilies -
CONTRACT OFFICE Jan. -23 10. S.-iiitli and Arnii>iead. Adtn'rs., A.O., within *
1S57. $ and the five rl.iv
not to erect work-shops carry on in American lines of Ti 1 The tii-tance ;ter it shhI have
my: opiiii->:i. I am not p It-graph.
SIB-I have the honor to inform you that Appellants, vs. Br\an Croom, ft al. Appel mechanic! aiU--no, not for these purpose*.- boe the Senate gli'Ig bien pre.-entt l t.r him! "it .*!hahI: it, H a
to by giving the tea-sons why fVom New Tomi'Mand; to % W-htiiji! i- "
lees. Continued in March.
to special term '
the Postmaster General has ordered (Let n 1 They went not with the attizan's tools or the I think so.We law irmit -o V *i :mure. Here is the! lanjjiiajjft -

contract be made with J. M. Howell, George 11.] Asa :May and Wife, Appellants. impleimnts! of husbandry in their hands, but agreed to let Kansas ami! all the other but little short of tw.t th<>ustntl miles, and : of the instrument, : if any bill shall!

Whittier, Pittficld, G. W. PatteiEon. Alvin May, et al. Ajpellee5. L'ocree reversed with rifles, bowie knives and other deadly 1 Territories thur own iflairs in tln-ir th? despatch wa-* n--'i-'e'l in i.nv Iiour from not l>e rctnrc-th, by tho Governor wt'hin fivo

Sam'l! Fullerton, J. F. George, J. Rose and and cause remanded for further proceed weapon Their objects could! not be mistaken. own W.1\, 6ltJjtCt manage()/;/// It} I fir CoU.itii'Hiiuil. : one extreme to the other. Tliiouliaarv, days (Sundays e.u-epfet!) after it! !! |IST

Company to carry the mail from New Orleans ings. Opinion by Pearson, J. Insleud of colonizing the country, We difilred a to what a Tenitory mi.. htligSitfullv time of travel !bct%veen tb' two points bv mail been pnsen.'ed to hlfu, :!le s.-jint shall! be a

La by Pensacola, Fla., Apalachicola and making for themselves beneficent: anil l law. in life! manu-r as 1 if lie !h-J signed it, nnIt -
The Court eloped its re jul; r term at TallabaHsee I do np'K'i-'! the C''itititiin. Mv. 5r.bout mo-nil. This N'tiv Four.ul.ij!
St. Marks, CYdar Keys, Tampa and .Mana wholesome I.ivvhwa under v.-!:ik-i! tin v friend from a >s tie (General; Assembly! } by their atJocmfliCIht -
Michigan Mr !
tee to Key West and bick, twice a month, yesterday, for the purpose cfhuldi'igthe meant theii-vlves to live people went tn and' still thinks. :: rritori-tl, [ I Cas<- i-i.ittire] tliurght, such, li.e: i 5- u\-! >li.iil { > f.-iiu; the We-t--nj ct'tii't-c- prevent its iPtt-nJ iii which ra.-c' it

III in frt class tide-wheel sea steamers of not term at Jacksonville appointed by law to Kansas for no higher than to fan the as that in Kanssi-, ha-s the rihf, ur-drr the thou of the Atlantic S.iiHii.-iiiiie Ti-li-rah. shall: not bt.1 law." .vuT j-ct this cLnse of

less than 400 b. held th-j tliird of the flames discord and make laws fro tlu Conafi'iitijn to
tons custoai-houso measurement on Monday juesentmonth. of to n Con-tituti.-n (to c\cluie! slive.-y.! ; I tr.k! tiiffren'.ly. a rigiJ logical aafvis,

., t at S70.000) p-r tuitinm : snd tl.e part es The term at Tampa, which i is all which they meant themselves to flee. Th'\ fie I is not seekSiig: to have idea- Tlie Mear-Kr TiHne.setItit! New Y..r:... tor aIti! will i: not appear that the lojjicsl predicate

have been directed: to put the service in operation ho IJL-I.I! ., went! for mischief, and they got it : the;, of "Jt"; (th.- bill!!; i\ the sa e-in both
poiijte'i to on me u.=t MuuJ.t_ ; into a law: !by t 'on'-iess: nor atn I.It" .-. Nicaragua the I Nl irist, arid wiu-ri iut-ttle of
as scon r.s sowed their whiiKvin f and of this!
practicable.Verv Um
a.uim.; it.
rcapi-u lilo parts coMpound fr-titrrirc.! : to w
fr March will bo in of ( admits lira If !>.l.ituif of I Knn *
positioned irt J it is riirnorodLe rt-rt-ired '
consequence andjHook' UO
repectfail i They were sent lo Kansas lo niak*> Kansas a has: not !he rigb* under tin' Constiti.tion > :S'r.l! I F... n !.:vv. i.-< cifh- had
W. n. DUN DAS, tie: interrution of the communication with j free Sta'c nolens rohnsrai\d ihe Missouriaris; er.cln'e men, somo cannon, an-l I j; lur .-.nti'v; : tif Albert it'." \. jib the aKeuijnj! } -in-.t'* in the
slavetyCongress raniirt crnf it and
ficcoiid Ass'l Pcslmztlcr: Ce::';. : : ; :: were inflamed t maii.n-ss by their con ''uct. I kfiow j if the legiahi'rrn- the right ;(*ongroas mail nrnii, i.d: rnnt.itii-iH of latter j jiart to coiresp.nJ witfi t'ie M cifivd

-- A serial :, .-.-;< r. ill!! he h.iii; 5:. T.'illaL'.iefon It was not, -r: that these men wcr.t, or tie! cannot fake i 5i a-ty. Tlu-tifu-i ntiI-< -- contingency ? In other wrrds '- rtol rhtat! -

The Spirit of Improvement lo Florida. the fir.-.t Monda\ M; reh, at which time 1 States from which they went, that sliTc-d the cr projo ttint(! Congress .shall! : do xnvthi'ijr.! < ;nMKIICM: OK VIKISI.VIA.; -V V l had iSiopp. ter part if thus (--hUM.j-I.-anly 'llij'ticaf/ arid Uit

: Within the few : blor.d of the Misouri.ins, hut it was lha pwi- 'Sc voJ''J toff'-'tlicr { .! irrtcfii'
weeks have the Kansas
past we received on : anti
letters the it L expr-cted that the cae of Smith ard Ar- i i poe: for which they went. When the Kai-: a revd then in refer all!! our diflbreticL' of! opini'i1 cfnce, <3cn.* Charles {'. Mficor inn of the few by it, m .vtaUabovv! to furniali t-lecfc

communicating gratifying intelligence :nLtoad. Adin'rs. &c. vs. Bryan Croom, w.5: 5nbill passed, very few of us expected Kai-: Id {the Supreme Court of tl.o lnitedStr.tes : siirvivi.i:: ; iiginia htflU-eneti.! .. roe to against K\uMalve! -iirpnttni> ? It fi,How-.

that the spirit opposition to our system l be heard and determined. Judge Law of s.-, it) lx come n sliveState, and very fAv ofj -:.-the only tribunal 1 on earth t : iiisiiiir-tii.n daring the fit qii; : it-r ufthij.rcs; th.t, if a bill;!, which !has paetd I l M.ti} Muso

railroads i is j cared much whether it did not. But COlIIHto He served uiid has b.-eti crrrieii l thron h the us'tiil! !fnrnis
: rapidly dying out. That Savannah and Mr. Pettigrtj of Charleston are us or det-ide btwi-en u s. When that decision Chit century. it: the ('nngrts'a ,

f confidence every where displays htelf in the counsel in thi. and will ', when we saw an attempt made by the enemies is rendered, we both stand solemnly pledged hidi in lei'20, na sed the Mis-j.-nri Cornpromise reeeivt.- the syut firo: of ib Gorc-rnor wiJitu:

public mind, producing a warm deFire for tho engaged as case, pioIjably : of sl-iver> lo plant on the borders of a.j to abide by it. I speak not now of what Bill. Many jears'iie, w-is a reii- five days alter it snail hate been nre tiitid ti'

bo present at that time. slave State free-soil with 1 dent of FloiiJa, him, it I't-romt-s law. I eoncchv feat this
: rapid development of tho j a colony, no higher a sovereign State, ii; tie! exercise of her re- t fhcn became! enjra ;tti ill tiie a

great enterprises The Clerk has been directed to furnish the purpose than to harrass that State-when we ?evt-d lights! may do-that is a subject for service of Texas, ami l Laving vtitnin a few con-sirucffon I i-, more in accordance- tht1

: now under way, the prospective advantages Head Holes of the opinions delivered, which saw* an attempt made by stranger to enslave future t'untiMcration and decision. Now, sir, months pa-t rttu tied from Unrobe Js now nn spirit of the Constitution than UV Th

t of which are beginning to dawn upon the have boon law : the bond Jidc white settlers in Kansas byi the difference bet'.veen my honorable friend his way to Tallahassee, then t-' spend the remainder coistitutiojil; liiriitatioi: of five dave operate
as required by by
minds of the most prejudiced and unreafonable. I i forcing on them, not a Kansas but a New rnJ myaelf is piecisely the difl i j-ncc: bet ween of the winter. He i, l.iol.i-.g! re n* a rl-pf upon the two brancbc-s of tlC government -

It 'n a recreative pleasure to turn the Judges Tvho delivered them respectively. England government, our peoj Iu ro-c en Demoer.ilwho believe iii .sqnatter-; overeignty markablytfl\ for a of his v ear*. and. if there be. error in t the! con-
a moment
\ masse, and swore, by the God that and Democrats: who do believe [. : ? (;earii: :'i. stntctioti of the instrument to which theY
not isi it.
from the !
disputatious, and perhaps, uncharitable The Senlind;; ; alluding to the election of 1 them, these things should not be. i if t b;>tt! Ore their powers, the third branch intervenes
an unorganised Tcnitory, s-ucli: as Callf.irnia (ien% MKKCCK: has rencb this ciry and i is to
labors of general politics to thoso Cameron in 'fle rcsalt j The Senator from New Hamp-hiie [Mr. i'i .-!* an umpire.-) If it be said that thc
Pennsylvania I8ii7 such '
says- was as Kansas was in
more grateful subjects of public economy however, has taught Us one thing and that is HALE] the other day paraded befoie the Senate I 18"J.'J:: such r.s the Indian Territory ouUide be found at Mr. Demllley's.) His numerous word- "without tho signature of the Governor -

.;. which effect the rr.aterial improvement of that the ft handbill-and he did it with a flourish of AiKansas now Is, shall: undertake to ex- friends and acquaintances arc [f-ie.iaed to s<.e j ," or their equivalent. shouUI have beer
bhould not put their trust on of that would have done honor | added the claus
trumpets to elude him mice nioiv in their tiiMst. to under consitlfrniron: to
the Seiuttor
communities. Wo material | shvcry, fro.n: Michigan am!
say improvement, the Pennsylvania Democracy." And whero j the fat knight when ho claimed the credit of J that justify the interpretation winch! I give to
: myself agree it undertakes to do what it I
be&tuso we know that mental cultivation does would the i killing Hotspur. The hand bill' spoke of Buchanan of the Constitution wilh reference the
pray, Sent'nel have the South put has no right to do. But if an organized Territory WALKKKPoiTfOi\.-The news from part to
r not depend on material wealth. For a country their I In and Breckinridge and Free Kansas like qjiestion [Holding, I would respectfully: ask,
trust the thirty Americans, who, Kansas or Nebraska, undertake?, Nicaragua, which! we publish this morning, '
may be in the natural of The Senator evidently tSiought! he had made where is it tcrilten that the Goternor shall affix -
very poor agents withouta tii digit i iLs legislative council, to exclude
solitary exception united with the dots not give us anv new light as to the e- i
a grand discovery. I do not certainly mean his signature to a bill prior to the adjourn-
and rich the Senator
productiveness in the slavery, thinks have the
resources they
Black Republicans in the defeat of Forney I to approve of that hand-bill. It probably do it. act position in which Vv'jiiker is placed. Mere ment of the General Assembly! in order that
to I do
right think
of material The barren soil of r.ot so. he |
power. some and the election of Cameron? It would seem suggested nn erroneous idea to many who <-alIs popular sovereignly. I call it the assertions- made that 1 h arid his aimy: are i iin it may become a law i The tame question

of the most enlightened countries in the world when it dissatisfaction 1 saw it. It may have sugg'sted lhat the assumption and that! might be. asked with reference to the eigiM-
so, expresses with tho : : of a right not conferred I by the good spirit they in'end t lo iet are striking examples of this truth. National Democratic party was for Kansas free, as Constitution tures of the officers of thv two Houses and
Pennsylvania Democracy on account of the : ami tliereforu not existing in the transit loute, and recover they have '
T wealth is unfavorable to the i the Senator fioin New Hampshire uiuKistoori the act tit presentation: to the Executive.
the 'I'eri
scquifeition of itory. He I bu right. I think he i '
defection of three of its numbers who voted may lost. No reliable data, however
the word free;" and if it did, it t>'igfiisfed is are given 11" says the Constitutmn-clearly! contemplates
mental riches. In fact not. But neither of desires
teems to be us or
poverty for Cameron ; and abstains from uttering a n falsehood. The DemocraticJfartv expects i iConcrefcs to show the ability to carry this intvttinn: out. tliat; it shall be presented and! shjrfd:
: the fruitful soil of the latter. The to 'eciile between us. :
easy luxury word in condemnation of his entire party, | as a party is neither for free Kansas nor ;! Tho from, (Mr. THUX- From all that we can gather, s'V Co3ta iii. during the session.: TLis H obviuuy! rnftr-

and independence of the former are apt *o i slave Kansas, as the fiee-soilers understand' cntiil. Let him not theu demand tuns it
4 who united with the Fremonters to elect the ,I BULL,) the other day interrogated the Senator can are in ove-vvnelming! foce: around a
: beget an idleness and inattention which repels 1 the words Ii cc and "slave." The Demo is tcritlcn ii; justification of a proceeding not'
Black Republican Senator, ;, from Pi-nnsylvani.1, (Mr.! fligItr.) as to r Walker, and LH ability t> rtcov. r wh.-it he f
all effort to amass these treasures which after cratic party i ia for leaving Kansa perfectly what Mr. Buchanan's in accordance with! his views of the Constitution.
\iews !
It i is appalling indeed, according to the were on this has lust, was not, at th6 moment the steamer !
a 'free, at the right time, to settle the slavery ; It is perfectly clear, for it is vritttK.
all point. lend
constitute the value of life-knowledge. My from Pennsylvania the.!
Sentinel that three mercenary Democrats question for herself, restrained only, as we all cli.ied to because sailed, really any greater than when the Cos- that a J>5il must receive the signature.- of tie
: reply, he had j
Buto authority
are not prepared to that Florida
say bhould voto for Cameron, but the correlative are in our action, by the provisions of the to du so. 'i'he friends of Mr. Buchanan ta Ricans gained their 1:ist advantage over respective oiHcers of the Legislature and of
has acquired as yet tho right to boast of her Federal Constitution. In this the the Governor
sense and that within five days atter
fact unworthy of remark, that thiity Americans were satisfied with his position rn this poi it J him. I
; possession; of either the one or the other.In .- fhculil do the Democrats are for KEEE Kansas. The Sena- j befi e they riominnled' ; and elected him, and .-. _- presentation ; bat whether tie! siiatnre.

a material advancement at least she has b 'cn very same tMiijjf. tor's idea, >f I understand him/ is to tuk: j they are not likely lo fall out with him now I j jon ; 11RZLN-l'hie Charlottesville Advocate! fehall!! be ninde w iili! black ink or red i irk, irr:

i1 We fear oar cotempomry i is blinded too j Kansas frc l releasing the black man fiom : the Capitol or out of it, before the adjournment
very tardy, and allowing her a reasonable! account of any b'uggestion coming from learns that several have been frozen
much by party prejudice, in thus attempting the authority 01 f.U master, and then force a his enemies, negroes or after it. is ill) where vritlen. I d>
secret or That be will
share in the improvements of the understanding 0:1: the white people in the Territory ] open. i to death, iu Albemarle county. One of them not the correctness 01
to indicate the mote in his neighbor's eye, j government hold the scales justice in equal balance beI [ ; pretend to question
j it will not be amiss to call the attention the of New old '. "
when at the same time there is a monstrous through agency England : I ween the N'oilli and tho South I have no w-as a very man, and wlu-u found a good B's position as to the general prat-tiff Intho

,. of her people to the wants of her commerce. ( emigrant aid societies. His free Katun doubt ; and if he does, his friends North and part of his face had been eaten away by premises; but, will a departure from that
beam in his To illustrate the |
V. For sometime past, tho popular! mind of this own. singular j makes the negfo free by enslaving the white j South will adhere. They were strong enough j Norway rats it is supposed. I practice have such \itating energy th.nt a bill
unfairness of the SentinrJ, we bubmit for its but free Kansas makes the white according
man which has
; my all the essentials of a law
; State to elect him and ii he fulfils their ---
tt has been absorbed in the incidents of ; hopes, as j -
solution the following arithmetical proposition, man free and leaves the negro hero the | I to n written Constitution, will thcrvby bo
-; election am sere he will, they will show themselves Death of lion. Andrew Stevenson.
political exclusive of nil other
*, pub Constitution left him the M t
If three Democrats committed ono ounce of -subject autbotity strong enough to his administration converted into n nullity t' May we n
lie interests. And of his carry | The Hon. Andrew Stevenson lied Ben! of
now that tho excitement master. I in ( at conceive a case in which n large number
in for Cameron how through trinmph. Mr. Buchanan !
error voting
;Lt: in that canvass has subsided, it is not unreasonable many I_was somewhat surprised, Mr. President, i laugh his enemies to scorn. He has only may to helm, his residence in Albemarle county, Va bills are crowded into the proceedings of the

pound of error were committed by thirty the other day/ to hear tho Senator from Illinois feel the j at 9 o'clock I last day of the Ees'ion, and that, for very important
: to hope that the people will be iu* inspiration that moved the hearts of I on Sunday, the 18th inst.
dined towards these Americans for doing likewise. The answer [Mr. Trumbu!!,] in catechising the senator his friends at Cincinnati, and stand firmly reasons, it is desirable! that the General
immediate and on
practical is solicited. from Pennsylvania, [Mr. Bigler,] wljo assembly should adjourn on this paiticu-
respectfully the platform laid down by them, and they oziFitly hives of bees were received in I
concerns of'our State, which pertain to her i i.progress. MM H was then addressing the Senate, raise the question will throw him their : her day Some of these bills may have undergone
over and build New York
onThuisdny he Erie Railroad -
arms by
,F: ; Tito development'of her various | Mr. GfddJogs. as to how fur we on the Democratic side of around him a rampart that will defy the rely thorough discussion, nnd may
i ho House concturredin the for shipment to California. They cameron involve and inter
; works of internal improvement i is opinion upon moo very important principles
a commcreial The deliberations of the House of Representatives power of the Black Republicans and all their
?: ), social, and moral necessity. The ted point of squatter sovereignty. I suppose allies. ( Sullivan County, and the owner, goes ests. Does"the Constitution say that no but
grow at Washington were brought to an the object of the senator in introducing that with them in shall be passed the last of the session I II
Bat out tnu George Law on the on day
? return
to Territories We of
wealth of her demand it :
lag people ; and wehave' conclusion last week the to make mischief to "
abrupt ono day by point was cause strife the Democratic faith all that 30th instant. !I Does it clearly contemplate the possibility

:. ; very little patioace with the class of our sudden illness of Mr. Giddings, who, while between senators on this side of the chamber.If at'the proper time, settle agree the slavery they question may -- I of the Governor's affixing his signature io

I citizens who would acfopt and that WHS his let mo to him these bills without time ? examine
in purpose say taking tc -
persevere discussing a question before the House, was for thetnselcea. Some think it may be done CR There Is an oak tree near Raleigh,
that that he fell, as he will continue to fall, very them, to see if (ho Constitution itself may not
fed which has been .
: raven abandoned
policy but
attack sooner all that when
of the ; we
$ prostrated by an atrophy far short of his mark. That there be agree a people North Carolina, at the sun's meridian, covers these
by enactments ttrampled upon
; by every other State in this Union. heart: This h the second attack of Mr. Gid of a Territory meet in Convention to frame a with shade of nine thousand very -
shades of difference in our opinions is very State a a space feet or the interest of some portion of tbe.c'

: We want means of communication with dings. likely ; that I do not, on every point, concur admit constitution exclude, they may, in that constitution It would afford shelter for four thousand five raunity disregarded t Does it not ".clear

j?. .the productive soil of the interior. Our rivers with my distinguished and venerable friend and or slavery, as they please ; hundred meti.FAuzNG ly contemplate" Governor as a OHT
we further that their decision ia
I .. are not reliable as commercial thoroughfares. The arrival of Mr. Buchanan in Washington from JVlichigan is probable ; but that there is final. If agree Kansas, comes, here with constitu man, not under the influence of iuspiratwn
: i They mast to a very great extent be superseded City a few days since, was not known any difference between ns which can by pos tion made by her bonajide people free from IN CALIFORNIA. farmer in nor possessing the wisdom of Solomon ;- out

; bjr railroads. Some of our people, wo until he had proceeded to his lodgings at the accomplishment sibility prevent our of acting certain in harmony for the all outside influences, excluding slavery, there California statesthat he has ploughed 75 as requiring mind sometimes, at least will fire notsgna days! tomalme.uphis

Hotel It is said that his will bo great purposes is not a Democrat in either House of Con whether ha or
fear, aro too avaricious. They must advance a stay short, which the national Democracy have in view, acres this year with a yoke of cows. He given bill that it may.become A law.? Dee*

portion of their gains for objects of, public and that in a few days h& will return to Lan utterly deny. I should prefer to have my gress and if,who on the will other not vote hand,for she her comes admtaton with a; says they are faster walkers than oxen-that that Constitution "ctearlycontemplate .IM

i caster friend"agree with me, as he may prefer to have they milk, and the Legislature! as enjoying their "otiia cjca dtf"
;.convenience. They must invest some of __ __ ___t___ constitution similarly made, tolerating slavery give save expense* of keep- *
. with hi' hot difference is not sinai glasw
n our or
mo agree ; cracking joke; orpindars,
; their immense in stocks of railroad ( is not a Democrat who will not vote ing another team.
profits Death of Honi P. S, Brooks such as* I shall presently show, that we may for her admission. Break at the rale of -.(oar 'd Uar? a day for th

:. improvements, which will still farther increase without sacrifice either side up your emigrant blessed tis
not, on act together w period f flt dayavhiU ,
WAsnixoToji Jnn. 27. Hon. Preston S. aid societies at the North and all interference
; *
03:: Senator in late
. their wealth, or remain in their present dlsrepntaWo'poJdtjnn. *** r < -< on practical issues. from the Sooth will Then Kan Benjamin, ;speech Icnny,".wrapped in a brown fctadjr, oijit1t

: a a : There was never jet any Brooks, of South Carolina, died this eVening, But cir, how comes it that the senator from sas, being left perfectly fr.ceae.* to regulate her on the ocean telegraph, vorj aptly paid : Mr. ting the will or nil of -hi* signqt0b

41 of thickening ofihc larynx. He liad been Illinois, how comes it that other/seniitors on domestic affairs iu her President, let as not alWays be t14IIkIii of bill Yet. If 'B'a" rendeHng-ofj tb! CO1'tittion
good or own way, anerabl
- rjptat; grand, acepwpKshcd may flUiSt, )
llLnearl.y sU the wttkb'ttt' his tide have.alIofasudd3a.: found something her people b conventioo'fram Mr eon War; let us ho using mean to pa-am a b
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the Legislative must, j in the latter, be.converted From Washing con. I Mr. Btnton a Factory Boarding House. GARDEN SEEDS Carriage Shopt Tr'

into &n assembly of idlers during theperiod WA8UIYGTON late called at factory ''T'&n UNDERSIGNED begu-kIP! ? f' \ O
Toreday, JRU. 27, 1857. Mr. Benton in his visit, a GROWTH OF 185o.T7" has

cf dieestion allotted by the Consiitu- boarding house in Lowell, Mass., which would call the attention of out friends and A c-tiiensofTallabawieaiidTtDCinit/ Ireopened E BABNABD Jr.
the ,
Tbe for ,
Excellency. In the instance gentleman now here connected with a Curri'ce Shop in this plate pirpSe
to his present he thus describes. They livd in large, bbt T T the public gwiera'ly, to our present Large and done luIish.T 51] eatab.
kinds of work usually .
of all writ conTnrcz TEX
has been advantact-ons. the Submarine doing-
the delay peculiarly Ttlegraph! Company, were en'S houses and in the well selected Assortment of I to uO
ly, elegant you enter Bruno >ei.t of the ort. and thnt be is P P01"GOOD .
Had the friends of tiie.biJI, which has started | gaged yesterday jnd this morning explaining j tninner as yon enter n parlor !In Washington.i I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. WORK and at the hottest notice. All those onus a, MED1CIEJUSJNESL2cT'

"BV* bile, been anxious to prhctice a fraud | to members of Congress all matters connected i You ring the bell ani! wait t11! the girl comes > Our Seeds are procured from a Cold Clirn .te, andconsequent'y who wish work done in a mariner that will /v't fail call to : .&r TU OW ,r.az4 i -4
the community, they would hate hunied satlsfuetion, would do well to .&!iI huh t '
i will fl.ujrish the better in give
on 1 and the door. You are shown into the a warmer one,
it through the forms of Ifgislution ; md, had 1with that important subject. Thu's much opens where the kind of furni- such as ours. gj? Call early or send your orders, &fcre trying elsewhere W"M. KU UJ.3.

the Governor been indifferent to the lights of mi-sappreheiuion has been removed concerning j I turfe parlcr as, you you will see find in same a Congressman's j that you may secure the' varieties AMES you LIVELY.desrre. January 1 7, 1 857. 8-tf______ or THE ;

the citizens Tallahassee, he would not have it, and the prosj ects are hourly improving hoarding house in Washington city. You {I .Tannnrv Rl, 18S7. 5O < Notice.SIX .
jninriUteu seveiftl days to t-lapbO ere he affixed fur the of the Senile bill Cvruer of Cuutos au.] ilobro stiseti, T3MLS. .'
passage by the ; sit down and fnquirc tbr whom you want.i .- months after date the undersigned trill present 2CoPartnership
Jat.rarrl9.lS59. -
his signature to tiie Fill i in qtn-nion. It House of Representatives.Mr. i It was near dinner lictrr when 1 went rp t.' Burning Fluid accounts and vouchers to the Judas of Pro- -.- -- -- ---- $ -1---51 '

was too important a measure to be consutnnistetl i"rbp.n .ir.v.nd hrrr at 11 o'rlorj; : one of Jhfse hm*>e>. ami I.c.iriiotl rny cuiinsity bite fs,1- the e.untv ofndlen; and p3CC< l fur ft final Notios. .'
c-iil indeCfiit h.vtt* r.ndet forfOolh r \ M PKRIOIt QUALITY, j-r-t -ix eJ raid .. 11- K'.liMnI-.ira:. r-.. ijfi
rc t
Itii-. iiMirt i ii.: .-.!a1! proceeded to it- National; I a.k. oi tin1 iiou | fl-i'fi: :.n 1 .ii-Vimry.-"in
) tatas to i -el
> ri'qj r: Iinrc tlrr's iercd rntJL
jVrrKiried ei-
trn : day 't
i is i'ntM idii.e! ihat l-il! f.-r ';*! I"- AMKS & LIVELY.JaniLTV i .-ftl.e ssUu-of Wm. I I'. Larki.w.. Ltc of 5ud I t'uityI.
it : r < Juti-l! I ""
\\-jf: ;i uunbiT nf friend' wre \\ai- l I. lake we infi the crfok'ntr; department nniMiou : :31. lsr.7 5 THO.M A.S 1 1. h'CCTT. A'Imt'r.j4 p.'irtnerohrpin the .

circums-tK.K-itl cr.; be ;.H..vt\" to tu! liu t ii see ii'-u. mriiO'.v hlio ru'ilvi.-! ht* *)n> w :n ;, !4. '5;. WHOLESALE fi, RETAIL .'

form *"il 'lTect of a law I'jsr !JV it fjo >jj.f "\r.! nttrh: :ii!! \rt- acro'npni.i.-d tn V.-i.'u- for Trastee's Sale ___ -5--- -
: taken Hnr.ivnn-s and: was not | r<'jv.rc it. 3D] Lt ;]: .
; ; niKisv.that a nn-n* m; lily -!:: < \ <-rfirtjjiiitste i i t 'H Irntt: L'iei; L U-r I bv I li!!< '.. frifiul I Notice.
; n iKima 1 said! that that was exartly the thing rnnl.-il. Y 7NUKU: aii'l I byirtue of the pnwinin me v*>nfi under? the name and style! of -

il-i* bniit f*'r ;: p-oi'ei'iin:; 'L tK' It'ibeit: :M. Ma! raw TIJ.., r.f i-iltimi) -: AtMljcli I wanted lo see il as U was everday.. V\ itli- t>;. a deed of trust. r.xiTiiVil by Richiird T. Hir- .J IX wevks nftiT date I shall apply to the H. aO

Hart of the Cky: t'otmcil>u i.g tuch in-: i i 1. paid his its-i'V'c's f.i tin: Vrsi- out more ado she rfpeneil the door! arid led me oiu-tt und
iHMtant ii-fiu-i*. IJtiT, 1-ji-i "IJ" "'ic'-vodcr! int.U iliut. :irnt il <-., i;:,!,!, ;., ] Lli.t.; nMspij lie in, nnd I here was tooliinggoii'g on in a room b> virlueofs deeiteof tU Hon. \Viiy5e3 linker, let,er.. of admiuUtmtion; rn the cstute of U'rn Howe!!. '_ _- I.;.
ti..ed Ivtli; April, IN";5i; dir-cliiij tbt* exceutitMi '.1 ,-jtidti I sal 9akl deoeacot will be ti their fttebd *-
lute &f 'TIfET s *
of J count n pleawd
to < : v. t-.t ;e :,et :t r. .-t-- : v >
;i attfiHJit 9 Jfcejtii: n ho neat that a l.-uly might carry 't't. I vrfell\;\ iII -a-h. nt llalni on ;thf fttitiit'li ; ALBX.NfERIELL kY' anti pnlpHrt at tlu oW stanfof D. H AIDM. tut,
i.. HP,!: tt) l<* if ardeJ :.>. n laxv !:Io !he 7 p.'t 3 -sit t '. .ttnlv \\-eloi.i'irtl him. Tiie ornamentalvurk. .' -
; jtr : luy <>[ Mmcli.) 1 >7. t tiie tl.ird purt: beiijtj nn nn- ; :., ? 4. a ;. where they will keep a full *nd generaL *t>:
reaches: :hat jKiiiil he iwsM show. i ihvr tiir.tI {'u'-iii-.t r' : di illy give ted hin; and tendered :' \\- the condiiinn i ii:: which I lo-md the hoii.Hsof ; diil-in! ] c'f bitid; bliciilt! : ii Tlit follow ing 1t'sls 4 j aWTtfleflt Al A ii idea a pp.rtaiimfrizti.tltei:

1 I- o( nt-triuiioii of tU. CoiiMhtitio'i i- ilr biaj the .;oiirili.: j.-ut <.i"a di! In..r): with invitedjliost the upi-ratives, and to ;.ii tir-3! vorirt'ortth"y -; MI i-tU-j: in rb'* Cn'iiitj .if a'ii"'z : Look at this ne of busiiiesii I*. ILAilCV -

:! construction of iirh: it is rafclf, or, i-s tiiti J udg. )... .* and iMhers, bit: ad.i the I I.'itr lo VrH :in'l cultivate the I'-ist;Svc.juri; .N"ilh 3.>.half T..wnslip of Section 11.22!Ka-j, T..wnsbip. 10 I, South 11 1, Ratine and Vi: LOER.S AND BREEDERS OF ITXC K. IJVELY.PlNTs '.
thnt it icby !Icpcal ii.Ti'-.sItv. te!; I ia.' (.fl11. j thn* t-cliii '- J !li, d'thI tint ftln\v! citU'-ns HO i ithe time 1 ti make JACK. .lJtnaary 1. 1C.
m..V mind. I IIF.tP1 asotic I 1"I I. 8. jIig] wjjiU'ii more :IKHI th;> ji'ijnt than r. 1 Itsirlnu.oi nt( th.Natitur.l} I IloUi i I' ac'r"i of the fiicrrnitati'es wliiohirtick nu1 inmy Township 11, ;li.m9,! Ei l-; North half; ; WHiinjT to reduce-my block I oifcr foi.r o t c f five --- -- --- -

i awtjcipati'd, I tus:. tiv i Ki too ti-iilot-* :;n : ,)t* J; :iii}] \i'ioi! >, b-Jt is jiut oppre>-
nic'e cJiibi?dyKu t liatv t.iy npou jhembjoft thdr ..tit iiti utj. UPviJ! f -'riMri! Lei-1 J N-ithea*! qu.-irt.-r r.f Seoi..n! S'5.' Town..hp? b, stock. :i"l; fiv'r !e--t. 3 tsi 4 i i'h."t )h igh.: fit j-1u'O ; the
!ln.i..e .c, So'uth and F.i-t : an 1 thfffl hnlf. nn, I I'unii.wtft othr-r i fret 5 (.t d inchM Lurh at >jOO ; each t Ic UIALER INDiltG
of" Cor: :::.'t- in jii<>Ui<*r >ar.rv.HilLt u3i i
j 'or a \ or jeinlivii A\ () ( lo.vr.. Mr. .hH.
.. ;M: (i l.1I ir.: 'J'ijipins. fj'iirtt-r' of y eti'iti I 15. Toxinbrp P, IvMi a .-ia-c

COLIil R.\V <.'.<> :; \Vvn.Kll, tinII. .ui. K. .S. K :- : KVepvr of the Hay Seal. -., i in rcU'i-Mi-irg, >. .S..uth an I, o<.n hi.iiii' ; in till iiiOO l) acrea.Aiso Tiirte .'i .etL.t_ fr..' itni.'rtel SpIilb -

wrios. n i7'it ><-r r>f 'he Ilou J -.-.- ; t'm.llosi.I I uieJ o;; Suii'lnv iii ibt!, at ;\ 'irv advanced lutr. X >s. ] J. '!"A. :.f>, Xirth half d>m.t\ q.nrjiM : JACKS, o-ie t fret 7 indie-hi n aim-I 5 vf*Hrsi iIil at | :

Laic and Interfiling froe .Uexk-3. '; U.1.k .2tfl4I "t2L (.. Jehn.tji, ,.: ; .:n.Ir r.p1. 'i'iIe 1 Kxpread s.n.s: : Mr. Tipj-iiia, we '--:-, lotJ>'"-. ri.!! 57.; South half CYiu/y qvi.irttritunltd t *7'' I 11"i> i-t Ifiiti'-hos hiE"'.!. -t-tr-t..ol.l* at fll'OO' ; MEDICINES, Hf OILS -
i iu the C'n'Jutv of L.'t.n. the itlit r 5 fe.-t hizh 2 -en' ol.l. "cf Ia 0 >. So tlicn! :
Nu'.v t'i'ir.' *, .i.iii. :.I.; ---TLfrfir..,jtorA"iT.a l ; ;!! <] 1 H 1 ii:4: T\ler of Fcuneyhanta: : vei learn I i \\aSa revoiuti: >niry clJiir nnd icetiveil I). P. OGUE! Trustee. | is hrrjb Jft"k. l.'w J.irk. nd you win make th jrir;:'' YTTOULD inform their fricndu and the pnUicf i iTnllaLa

: has r.rh; ''r, t il* to iL<_- brio,( (_ (: nItttt... ttP.4n a pension: foii liineriirjn-n; *. ile was iiitiluatrlv. .t: tntl y : .- ; by ofniin-f and purvhti
I Tijf lloj-e i i Vt-j seen at ir.p>;in".avu.'n vt Like as mv euerally kept in th ir line of bmirw* ,

;e TeJflL= z1.t tin* '.'iLv I't-t'ay ici itii to rpor! in of Dr. IlaievV and \i-ited him: fre ji ii.lly: Ii. fore j iiideath.; .- CASK STGSE. i Jar: !.ton. I ten mil"* North t!i <*f T.i.tiut!! .ee nn t'ne Me- and will be rcoeivi.ij regu.ary! fresh upplie Thoh 5. -
Iii ai n u>j. tin tl- '.'f tli -M..r."Ji. :.liter t-ri'm 1riii b'. reac'nnF'le. S
.ciept1_ f>ir.'I'hc :- ii.t: i.f e'jairivis Nevr Voii.: i '\ir. Tij 1 ninv.a* th! *.' O'ir! telte!! "I"_ th*' re o! Ihe rA'T.'ii'a r- fUn[ "(..! id.-i. ID ( .,}fr i': -t 'iHV i r.-i. ml wi 1 t,.. -. llt North .T: \\ v-t. WM. A. CAKil. .ser. April lh I85.V 14.

t Loe; ofUr'U: Jlie ( .I '! 'iVorl ir. > 4'tt the A rim \'" i r t j... > -' il K'lirltihi ,..i i '
:ia&; )r::?! I j--4i.i! r.lAVnv.a :; t C4Itifll1iIl.I) i i > cMie: .r! \< < .r.t-i. *.-;. V.T. 42mNotice

; : liv _: .- <,fV tatitvein! .- 'i'o lu ik rn.=... uHiIri'iv i.p'r.: thetm.:2 NOTICE.
i.u oe; < : !), ( ia I'a :i is rne tirii.u's, : u l r.i7.L of reu-r.i trj.: < ur-on uu rIEDIG&L

cheh, rii Ztb1 C ir:1 4rv Tiie -tene s-ir .- tu 1..arli!) at St. Tli: >rnns i.!.. vsV r.i.-e was hike .. : the pa e ofhi 7i4c 121 -0'I

t.i'i doilais, I's'j there f u- viff.U"_ l y jjirirh:;:.!* K-i-b 'o.-. :imi D jn>iirira, and c:'-ir v. .; -.' >'v : aii-i to liiU-n lo his
ii-.J Letn earned j\tnr. S. ; and isn d. .iI.!! anim.iteil wnuid i-btiirnu I bis Hti.r. lies j wilbout fayi-g: ; : f<'r tht-ri are.ri..l : \ Ili'bert 11. Kd he:ton, !lae ouf (Jii'l'iivridrcfa v.intv.
;:J :- ; ;- r 5 rfOfij.t; (JfiiV-! tnviii \, i. : s or patiiutic, TTAVlX'l I fwru ?il n co-partner'l. .trer their tr.i.L -

There had been MvLrjil llriih; i' j : u;; lt r i jjrualty of' -.O'lO' for o'u-h trip.It I II }1k.. n dfii II1Y!t' .t *mt!:.ey lenttnt n.ti-'t4 presemmtimmit vi-jf to tie rtl.1ect 1ahiiilik5-c.: artdrti vlucs -

!'- n!.' : that unr coniineif'! '. wish i: ihcregioni! { mo-netits re tii'iy : d..j. 11. H. IUKRYAnetlon : the- ti'me -ioe'1 law. l!>incfi ** wiii be
preset iiy ; or < .. .'.. t i at. :z Seiit.

Terrible AcridfEt on t-ic !! :H. ; or oji -siiirof! the t-'itiie Aineiiran coin- Ilf is P'\V f;. Iie. and; p-ice lie wilh hin.: J T.u-iry ol. lbr-7. ;"> ted to said; eslali wre herebv r. Milcd t(* mate iurfl.--

\G5-T \, \K 1 \ f. !.;l.lfui; :te<%iV'ltjii II-.i.'J.-e. ditc rytLct to th'' mmnrbr2npl.! Dr. Hiles H. Nash,

currcd To trtij.. :!*. : i 1-'i <>a ttf li..'< < *i I J.*.* l''iniiill: ti'C rii-o otd.-nd a bit] to rerrpm feMncanly! : i the I-Ingliili: lii-trrian, \is to Bainbridge Hotel. C. M. F.DGEKTOX; Adm'.Y.. pet ur1'4 EH raorEsioxAL SFRTICES TO THE rrrrziN? orTALT.AILl.SSCZ
8. B. LOVE. Ally, Ac. "
:.ri1; Railroad tudsy.U; i-(-i rlbrf ;t wnt "a t .i i.i ffi\ur M" tin* line of Hli-vrk'-r atid have 1 1000 for wiit2ig: tl-e: epitaph on thcit' p ----, "inHK: uiiIrLpe'l r having Ia-ed the plnrejrfi"n January 2 i, 18i7. 4ScvAiOrmSTEiu AXD8CITllf>l-Npl>;efOrMS.V.

:i.-f aio\u Ai.yL t:;. \b; t forty |\! '..inrort <".*h 'r : ecu Panama, :m-l Vaiaiii-s!| and 1 of Jjondon tiu'nuiiH-nl !<. the late I Cuiieof -*- kno-.rn a.i IIib'nT'i' it Hotel," hope* by O FFICE with Dr. II. Knriiu: iUj3[ t-trict a'-nlion r.i bi finii ar e more o r KC i i> T f d. i' <.1 JofciJiO'i, in favor of ti! .- lino of C. W. HsiriiPti }lktveenNen FOS, 810 !
Wellington. oi !t1i-t, rues! to rn -rit a > are <>f th-- public pat if.iy; 19 ISa.MEDICAL. 20
ifTefltCi: Lid L5xm;i broien. ant! two Yorl; amj Ciluckstndt Rnttfrdainini roimee. His ribe. will be vup|) led wi'.b the best the SECOND 1)1 VIS I OX.

lck'5.vren-'; -ly i\jy! r'- '. The ariica- : \ jrlh Knrnpo. Tii-j-e au coiii ieredtinp eountrv aifjrJs. NOTICE.? .
.y1 r' fr) fi $310,000 worth of Farms & Building Lotc-,
k'1vi' v st yt J.- -rl.tsitie;'. (irlance |Ii(1.T! tjn'Tft'S.! [ Ji: t-I jii .LI JA31CS i flOG ERS. Prpi ictor.
-- --- --- T.i! -nTiii"! <: p'ouoshion! for foVfign mails ; On the IStli iast, by tbi: Rev. J. L. Krng. nr. thc : January 31 ,.1857.. 5Master's IN COUNTY. VIIlGIMA.tob* divi.iert arnoa-t BE BURROUGHS ,

Vv'c S.ti'.v 'U5i b?< -i jrrrTi' J, on \i-Iiirp; {bt vrstcjyfT \\ill 1 pob.iLy: !;e tit.-cidt'd uexl 1'tie.Jay. .. resiJtrce of Ijer f.iUjr, in Hnndolph c-juutv, fcro.. i li>.''n'J) subseribors, on th- IStii of April. 1S57. Snl- located ia Tallahassee offers his r>r<..

!1 t: '; the <]'-i! r in
4ueI.; t? Ct' tI. i iUi.1"f: iu c viry3. Qu'iner. Flit.! virtue( of ii Hpcn-e his Honor J. VayltBa rest (Ill the -lircry l o{ the Df EI>. Every -tnrri'r \) B.xrnnr.lV Drmg Oiuro.D .
Crmj-btll of O1ir: >, Zfl.d3 embraces ihefolloxving I 1)Y will tret Building lt Farm i-dicinj in
a or a \atc ,
r'puiar Dr. M'Lur. Ce ljrR'i Vcrmif T, m-iyc ff the MidiJI- Circuit tVurt. in Chan- c. 20, 185C. Sl-6m
iVtlurehe' : I saw two c'o-j-ia nt uiorn. fr.i-i>1 10 t.) > &On 0.) Tl.e-t Farrus ml I L-1 are
: : svtjer-i'1. Jnl.n Martir.I i : i-t riiirirniit. : rnJ John
;; il their ci-iy. [
rU'i i.iv' pilcrl tir-r ,
r .or
je i.p ith the i"l l ('} to riihire! "Jtttt'e.iieLt- siitiicieJit:
Tinirc'l V. ritiiiir sun ; : < so heuji iittnilxr -
\rrv bcautifd laWs and the c>a-j. sicat tj< rt-! .= ; ''.:!- s five, ier. and (iff en ncr cent, of And in tl.e d.iwn thoy fla'.p'l t-n. P.H.ikr-r.K. Srfvrje.Trus'.op: Mjiti.a, ire c'ctendai-.r-i'B. Savai'',. I IIM will vrif.-ijell. and at JJoIbiu pub'ii-; beiir: re <-rv-d. tL inarcHsc in !!I..* value t-f v.l.iclt Br. N. S. McDOlTAlD,

a I.ihh- jrps'.5: apjn arftn 'e. W<; ibink Fl'-rainir! til.:' act of ]1SIG, wii: :*v> tfxfeption ar-i ;tbsorLecl Aj'J rniuglrd lulu ciue. o'tcry' fur ca-.b, 1/efi-re ths C..uit Hou-e flour, in ti.e will ciitiipeutiite for the appnnnt I'-w {'ri'eir'.t M'J.NTICii.LO.' : ri t. '

lni. ot I'lltsVtrgb. *Lo r* the ujtnsfanr.reri ui by tlit* fiee iiit.Tl1. May their aettiug sun bhiae more I ri2bt; on tint city; .f Tjilaiin-; on the tinM >nd..y; ia March r.bked.A r.f rlli-rs.! c.l.d! rh" ltppa1.anncikI'is.iieer ,' .TILL attend wiiii assi'Juouj care.. all vdaii&r.r-'

pip:>noM' cf thi-- j:41cek Lr1 cd tneii n
furvti..ucli crecit fr t3rt aTJ..:iJiKl.icli hcy 1 cjncc-S is :il <--, wiiii; !,to vxcepiion! o1 a few atom thtrrakv. May Lc ever be tru-- a'i'l arui.. I i Jan. 31 JS57 IlfGH AUCHEIi 5 5w Jr., Ma-U-r. iv.i-nce a settk-mv-nt ii the sputi Aiij-V seeuntjv. that of Col. Dilwt-rlb.

it.T/iF ear: 1fI to tie! ite !Ii-t1 i uh'nh reduces id l be : for the faithful Mati-h22, 18S6. 12-1?
|- ..ce tberj before the | ul Iio ; in <>ur iiiin'l it i> nULraM : never a cold mini I.e. M. J. A. give Ieri'rzuec1
ir! n-vtnuf ?&bnit 3LOtOOO3.{ {> IIUGU A. ORLEV and pronii's.. ,
coflLfj-'jiitjc- &--re -wt'Tiwl.Ich: ) ihcy aej' Jesse B Lsiter. 1 1 hursJ evening the loth | r3
Thf hiuiure-l bclnlu'e: By on ty : r. M"r Ar'rta a' r oit.t1i sun"ri- H. BHRRY
cent tjiirits, I rt.u
:j:2e'J.. VVe nro U.lj Jj:.t a l'ririi'r; ftij-J lrsisljjnJtaioa per bvr \vhnm th librral iiiihict-uienN will be ,
January, at the i<**rJ ncec>f Mrs, Miller LAFAYETTE : at Law to most '

; Lis Lu!_. iij.iiic its appf.iai>cc ; :i td jiurrliicra i: brought d.nv.i; o.;; -l'lf. I' L Iirvrr.v, E-q.. t Miss CAUOLI.SC M. MILLER, all ffVKcLington Attorney t'iv. n. Jyvse Ar.t5 wri'- tl/:'t tlVy .re rnnkin Auctioneer and CoinmlssiouMERCHANT.

Lid idler "k tjt.: Sc tl.ata. 2t rsj-er !.- 5-gnr, tr.o'isv.'s, lead, gait, \\o->and I hemp \ I'la.Tallahassee. ;, TAL AHASSEP, FLA.JHCJHIV *:i-0 pr m<-nh.! Adri rt !'jmi: will b<* 'i-r-ne for every .

are p'j; :st tc-n per ct-nt., leducicj te r t'-ii- county.. Airt-ut wLer*' p' :Ue.! For full particular, Sm- -
!gnJ Fea.rng -- --- --- : 17. 1S57. ;ilri
= u-> rl.o t S7OtOUOO., Heriptiits. ATfrioi" ". Ac, Apt'lv toI' TL\HA-J IE. Flat..S.'pt.29. 1855. 2'JJC
------ ------ :
:. UA'UDER. Port r'vl. C.irol.n.CV Va. -
Iron vj'Jon, 'tI.-n! j-.r.d .il:':; rua'.iufa! :: ure.sin '
w :
: ,
rrc't t of Fiflbtc r. i Lost or Mislaid I Or to U. W. WHITE. Agent"TallnhnW.! Fa.Jnn. LLOYI.tLot1Dac3er
> nta''l! : r.s ri'; .: .-FEU. C, 1657.-The dulc-e this week, u 17. '57. :J .

New VOKK, Jan., "N. The &t -- : ? filet The: old! tuvjfit! ; .r.d tliirty per cent.rhedci rnoun'itig t"'ji5 bales PolJ at the following pi icvf. 1 O01IETI1IE in Jnnuiry: a suwll Noircr-i Pocket .

; ; was d !:'iint-r to day in ro:>oGt: 'r.Citrri 1 3 Ri"k. : follow'
r riinlHiirug1 amungol'i-.r p.'pcrti.e
are nt-t rnateiiaUy change:!, but 50 rt 8. 50 at 9. 150 r.t 10. 100 at luj. 150 at 1I1. Ferry A X DCOJ1MISSIOX '
tinishc-i''. ?. vorrJ iiUt.I. -
puifa Ji'.t.. being ;! : ,-jT-ne ite = :u them} aia carried to the free HO at 11.50 ut 11 }. 20 at 11J. 5 a12,'. ()r.e wi T. L. Hitl.e? fr SI 000, given in 18.16, t%1 ITUATEI) on tiiit OiI. eknec nr the G'orI 3IERCHAST -
} iiioiuai. C .l. Falvn
ii: i > \\ i.rrott o, : J,
IIPC known th ,
"" J ;r1 iu forrnerly :i= : Lyiui Ferry being: ,
list. bales bold M.tikt
::i EA I31.AND-O) ut IS to 2i> due January i. 1 :;< payable t* rnysell with 3 j>er >
Ak'\advr Ls'-vt- < :!.k* Nu'Sirajruan Colo r.'t-.v chartered and cell' etmblm1ieI ; awl having anew
The direct ''eduction; of tte i evetue.: antiu- cl'f.eJ dull. i I cent iutvivrt after rnatui itt-. TALLAHASSEE; FLORIDA.
i.iratiuu Agfnt. asiu !Henry iioitmi: his tie: i. \ Qjc noff i-ii J. II. Sh-jhee for f 200. ci ircn in 1855* and excellent Ferry Iw>at ten feet wide ar I fifty .:.. lm.
will U.bout 823.000,000. v.Hrh it U 2-1y
ally, Ii & COLE. Cctton T5rt ker -
t .
lon beii
feet &ttnde I.iu
: ; g competently rm' oon-fnntly :
f'fibju Ljvii'vin-t orrieri'. !lli M'rt-r il.ite J. T. _
: < vxrc to give ; ( ; fix d.y : payable to Herrir?, TrihI -
.: *.ij'p'isi"t: will be Inc l ea21-I! *ornt' rriiiiioiis by iiii'JcipInod V.H1'; r'-t-i. etIi.r:' h'-t-i.t : !! wLiw
J4ii! i-i tJtObuuj ,f tfS.tyOO(; r.h \vitirb I b ]Hrnt.. interest. t I
< v. as
: ,
the fiTect- the mcab'jrt in stItLit'tin! V21! Mi tn cro H the River that tbi-y cat en** at Fair- S. S. KNIGHT
:i D''tC Shti-.fO Lr ia
; $ .PO. 185P. ,
nf'i-et!. ?rd: tl'O v.:. je coiii.ittfd! : to prison.Th tiii1 tlulD5. : bin "s. Ferry at nil tiins s ith .&! nod lafety betiiI
Znat41 :turtir t.'Sf tfl : oI i_ | !
'j i'. irjes&t-c i is at.ijtaue'ld lo sai totnoirow r the wutt-r is hi.'h fr low. -
i ctit. nterC. S
moriiiu:. POUT OF ST. MARKS. j per ii"'<: nn Charles IIonii.2; for aWiut-SlCO aa wtrllas I1AKRISOX FAIRBAJaa. : :. FLORIDA.Fpemt'er1 :
A Trrrjfic Snow Storm-Perhaps the 17. .7.; ;S '
CI.EAUED.) | pe ill one 1955 03
Gifcatcst, ever Known In Virginia.On .
A Young: Lady ar.d Scrvaui Frozen. Jan. Sr>. Bark H. L. linger H. I). Dt-lauo. frj payable to J. T. Herrii.jj or order. Notice.ALL --- ---5--
the wealher cloudy note on ,m Helf fur tO7. uivcn in 1SJ5, WILLIAM SCOTT
S-Hnrilay! w-* j New York, to Brouie lie! !Ji'-avv
Dining *no\v st.-ni on AlnraiaxJ..ff. ; 1st of January, 1857. payable to J. T. lictriti;. v.'thS indebted Solomon admin
tc Silk R*
Ms< Vri.iit i daupLter of Mr. Thomas JK> wind bo'.v] ng gently from S.V.. At 9 j j 1J6( B.irk"Linden dry l.iJes. H. Kirb-. to Srnullwood. .4 n-.lfr-i-jn. per cent interest, which note a4 been pd.? but I persons of the estate of J. Wilfurd. dwexe.l. ATTOaNlY AT LAW,! ic'idir.c :i1i : rnJ 1*. :? I. iiii'd: changed; .? to N. E. and ntnv : am not c-rt >iii whether my name was ttmm off. will plea=e call ant settle. r the claims will b*' sued
lien- : pi ice, ; n negro ; ACo., N. York, with 1227 biVs: 1 bile wool, : MOXTICELLO, FLA.
ci trie.CeG ;o f-tll! rapidly. At h1If past 11 The pnLo: cautioned! agnimist trading for any of forthwith. Persons lebted) to individually are
gi'l, v.-fre tic-4;; to dth. It npprsrs that I 2 Ixlu. tkins. mid 150( dry Lules, t. gun.liit-s. Jny! SO.I8SS. SO:t 11 -
these has t ten : jan -
n teo stopped. ,
becatuc eveial decrees ) payment requested also t" make immediate :
tie! tii ceased w.-.g: on .1 '.iit(t to her brotheri.ilaw ie; teutptralaie I 3 1. Briif Times, E. Pinnev. to Charlectcn. ujtl: 429 pnvtu'.tit.
itlUI.iAii.lJ SAL riJi.Ko.Januiry
( colder, and a very heavy gale st irr, bales S.Lcotto 66 bides Uplcnd d<>., 21 boxes rnJze., Jan. 16, 57. 2 S. SILLS. alcutaa T. p.rrtciiETr. CUARLE3 W. DOTTKr Jt
Mr. Wrtj. I. '
( Ht-ny,) and, having 17. lba; -w : _- .- ___5___ a -' _
hulf bh's and blAt bbl. rundueri.l'eb. 5
and 2 3 1 Sli.' to _
tiio wind syrup
been iufornird of the illness of a servant wo- blowing cirifting 2. Scbr. Senator, \ViIun, for \-w York, to Just Received : IRCEETT & DOWTf nG,

rr.: in one of the qaaiter some distance wailiir: the t-now about in every direction. Smallwood. Andt-rson t Co., with 611 ba'cs cottou, Proposals for Erecting the i Per Wild Sex Orleans ATTORXEYS AT UW & AGENTS FOR CLAlII.t

from the dwel inr. s".e determined to po and The gale ritinutd! to rage w-itli unabated 22 cast's tolmceo, 152 hides 6 bales do. Marine Hospital at St. Marks J'igcon"from iso. 490, Sevrmh gfrccl,

after tie fcifl Id violence during Sunday, and as early as S 3. Brig Jessie Rimms 1'cndieton fur ew Y ece :
: accnnip-inied by a negro 1U WASHIXOTON CITY.TV'1 .
with 803 bule-s ISO Sta and Miry I ELORIDA. 3 Shtiultien,
nYl'>cl; the snow was backed: uj alniig the Upland cotton, Isl.mJ.
gir', started, but hnd nt.t pone far before bides. 4 Tierces Dufilelds best eared Fs-nify 1 practice before the Court of :>i t
: il/- %ts fu :r or tire feet high-in places -
t ey were so coi>ijIt'tc-1y tcrrounded by hc ary many 1 : Ham, 'I prosecute claims before Congress and tbesvr
oliiJructi'i ti.e rJong the side-walks.Tue LV PORT, Tar.sra I)ip.t CTM r-t.
c'riits and Uindt-d by the wind and fj.ilhrg : ; passage ; 5 Bbl?. Laid. era! Department
Barl.8 Aea Fish. Wolfe. Frances S"or, klnz. WAm\GTo\. 27, 1S5G. J Oil '
continued to in fury, 2 Zit
ti.ou ihit they co'lil not get to the house, tempest Brigs O. T. Ward, Fifh, Baltic. Hooper, Sabin, I PROPOSALS will be received at this department 20 WnUkey, nly28lS55.5__ .:
r.nd when fuand i and aboii .11 o'clock Sunday night, the i until the 25th day of February, A. IX, Io37, at : ""
they were standing erert, Walker, Herald, Keenc, Enst: Ilepbum.Schrs. 50 Extra F'smuly Hout.CO A. PERRY AMAKER '
almost c-ntirtly coieifd in the d:lIt. and lifrw ; wind suddenly changed to N. 'IV., and per- J. VaiL Delloiio, Moutrose, Wrnslow. 12 o'clock ra on. fur the
h.Hi'b the mobl terrific etoini ever witnessed in hospital artborize I to be erwtf-d at St. Mark" Florida 150 Bushels black Ostts. .
5Q extinct, iss C. \t.i5 estimable
aery the and cordinr; to the plans and specifications prepared ,
this r4ge(1 fi Cianberricb.
htitirr through night 1egs
:\ourg bidv, beloved! bv all who kn"\v h T.- For Sale, nt tbiii departmcbt ; said propos-iis to be either fur 1 BbL Nuts. TALLAHASSEE. VLA.
continufd till 7 o'clock peacan
The unfortunate deceased wa in the tJ4tbytar : yesterday rnornmg. i iThf Tavern stand now occupied by the whole building or si-pjirate fi>r the different kind 1 \\Valnnt Hay 21,1858. 20 -
houses eh.-ok and trembled THE _. 9
hi: ongest i it'sij'Ia'JuSIy fif work bills of p.-.rcels uiUt-t ill ca c '-
of her agt.-JIarlbroY (-W.) Gazri'c..Message Keadle. in the town of Quiicy: ; ) every accttmjiany 1 COCOA: \Ut3,
-l-_ : ; thunnejF, \\ >ila! find porches I i ft i is f'r sale on reasonable terms IteLcaTavein. raeb hl.l I ; wilh! the amount of eneh kind* of woik, 1 LeniIE4. EDWARD ii!. WEST. .

were blown down ; ic-.ces; Itvfll?'.! ; the !leaf .1 U tion for a for \\hich pnrpns it }ma and the total jitvniut carried out ; the depaitiaeat re For sale by U. H. BERRY j and Counsellor '
from CoT. to the Kansas Attorney ni Law
Geary been used him and other i most f-r Herring the i liulit to reject or accept the proposals ,
; 1-s-s !:.uti= of tees scattereil about, while the by convenient J.ii. It). 18. 7. 5 f fAdministrator's
Legislature. hereby rnvite, or Is thereof, wlii-h it deems the
securing the largest amount of travel fr.mtiiic i-iuui! ; any pn
advance SLit,'.\ fev cpt en iit-Iv from the streets in many1daces { 'liateiy on the main street by which the NoilhernBtage intereot of tLu. Unifwl :tilates ri'cpiiies it : the depn.tnieit TALLAHASSEE. FLOP.Ili .
The St. Louis

Republican ;publishes an w.ib heaped up in others twenty feet enters the U,\\n. For tinn : pp'v' to : also i tfr\'ea the ii-tht t<> ext-Iude th* bid < fanvperMin Sale. i Aprils, 1856. lFLOYD.&JOLTj:15r- v

copy Governor Gc-ar\'s messag.his ".- high On the Noith side of Main, Free Mnion : U.SIUSE. Qirincj. or r1uns who ibt-re is jirl cur: .e to believe '"P'lIE irnderwsjnetl Aunm'&trutrix of the estate of

vifvsson Bqur.tter sovereignty are ernodied \ViJo Water, and other streets running ] Eel 7. 1 857. ft-8w will not. f.iitlifn'ly' perform the contracU, or whiehtheybivi J William S. Forehand, d, will offer and i

'. in ihe following \vords: When the : > :tenpted tn obtain by indirection ; and all bills Ef-11 at public sale! before tho Court House door in I dt '
J East and and on tho West side ol Attorneys Law."I ;
i ij \\hon tht-re shall \be ties in intcrot who do not join
iuisreats the shall State put Tallahassee! on Monday the 2nd of
of require r tidy FeL.rimrynest.
: people New [
is j! Catharine, Gran by, Church and others running Drug Store at Ceatreville. jn the bM, amid nil biiU that, UJMBI invetjtigution, are the following land" of said estate hi the ILL practla* i.i rise Circct Cfiirls of MMdrV.

government, and a dire'-t poprjl r voto recegwry North and South, high and continuous i :B N. Gardner & Co below a f-iir price for the woik. County "f Leon aiid. State of Florida, fa wit : and Wf FI .ridi. arl m tire S>;pr "ne O.urtof

to give it sanction and rfi\ct, then will ridges; extended, biding (the doors and winclous ,, I'.i'lrt wi'l not he red ived in 2ros, und no contrat Fist halt of ti* S'oatbwj-st qnr.! (ter ef etcti"rm srthctst tho State. Ajoifl! <.Lv'Dt trKlCo jluf the UniiidSUicv

be the proper occasion once for all, t.) dtciJo : the : HAVE on )band a poo i aaortment. will be will be nwanlod to a bi ider nnlesa cieUuiJ are fur- \ rjinrt f-f tbj Jf- r''. v-.sti v.tcrnj tcr ci' i*.! il; l\-tUm T.'r-trut crn--'iia.! !

the political; ques'ion wlicb; unlierlies blocking up entrance .itj.l pieteiititig receiving fine supply of DRUO-\i n-bcd the departin"':t ot the pm ie'ol tbe ilirfei'ontKini. ; So'-iriivvesi vf tbe oa'ubecli P..J. FLOYD. Otttc. A ittlirLtfo'a. Fia.p. .
crave a io...t a&tonUhing sight fur this s-cliun. which) th y will: sn-Jl o" s.i g'od terms as c.ii be i ibonifht .'*! sil well rcgjlated Ccnnionlh: ;. j. 'n six ; SoniLwfbt qoaiterof( Sorlhne "
'i'he driven small in rlic c the M
snow was through every | : i cvrsion dcpurlui'iit. to nuy utiopt i -
yf ScCtrun sis and the Northwest of the
The advl the ; quarter
Governor s- gidnturo rt. Inlet <"VnHie.!! PVh. 7. 57.
6Uhusaia : whikoi- ol thp bid tho ijtere- of the
in the windows and doors a-.d the pirL as
opening even Northeast quarter of section eevea ; all in 'los-H-ltp j .
alone where the Constittition
slavery in parlors and sleeping apartments t1- United Stit 3 may recuireNinety ; 1 Range 1, North arrl Weit.Tho WILLIAM S. DILWOKTH,
places it and in refeienro many Two ; Dollars ci-ut. of tIme jm''imt, of work d 1''IIC and
forego iegiblation '
; fine while and frozen particles were accu- per property uf the minor and adjlt heirs of said j and (Counsellor
Allomey at
to it, until a State Constitution is formed : TS WANTED: I titlier Lulieor (*. nllemen. materiala delivered Recording to contract price, (said e/ate. SARAH FOliCilAND, Adu.'x.

recommends that errors and onisssions on I nui'ated in considerable quantities. AUIiN t ,wn aril county in the United Statts, ntnonnt to be aseertained by the estimate of nn agent Jiui. 3, 1857. 1-lm J ilONTICELLO FLORIDA.' r
The tide rose quite high during Sunday in of the department. appointed f.>r that ptirjxtsp.) will ,
the Statute book be corrected denounces to engage n genteel luibinrss l liv w hich they can -
; bat hated when the wind veered make } tlionsjuij lie paid fiom time to tinlenstbeworkpi'ogrtssesandten \\TILL practice in the Co-irts. of the i.'i.fdle Circuit '
: night, soon ; from one lhnnginJ: U> two dollars a 1000 Tieces of Wall Papering, i iJUST
the test oath act, and recommends its repeal ; per cent retained until the romplethm of the contract and Th uI sail Lowudes .Cuuulv; Ui%
around l > Noiihward and this timely! year. For particulars, uJdrew, cnclo disapproves of the present mode of collecting < ) change S. A. DEWEY s'amp AGO, nnd nceeptanre.of the work, &c., by the agent received a large assortment of every variety starch 22. 185 A_12-ly_
and recommends thtir election lot in the direction of the wind, no doubt, prevented Box aforesaid, and be foifeited in the event of non-fulfil color nnj quality, Window-Papering plain ; --"--
juror ; 151. Philadelphia Pa.
heavy losses by our merchants ; for, ment of conti-act and figured. Bi-rderrng'to suit nil.McDOUGALL. \ L03JG & GALBKAITII,
thinks that the adoption of the ballot of Feb. 7. 57. 6
plan had the gale continued from the Northeast, Contr lets will be awarded only to master builders t nOBBV. i iNov. tTTO2NY3 AT LAW, TIII.AIIASSKK, Tui.MA. .
T.iling should IMS insisted -on ; and suggests and mechanics and the seinent tlu-reof except by 15,185C. 4G: j
the tide would have soon liten ibove some NEXT PACKET FOR I LONG &LE.O..tLB1tAlTHbnvsjsse
the enactment of a law lequrring a resilience content of the Secretary of tbs Treasury, will be a -
i in the; of ten to illegal i ol the wharves.j CHARLESTON S C forfeiture of the same. New themselves in the practice of Law. .They
Territory days, prevent Bookjs. will attend the Courts in the Middle
!j S''Vi-ral vessels in the harbor were injured Each propc. nl mut be accompanied by n teritlengnar. Circuit, the Supreme -

: voting. on Sunday, one of the masts was blown from fiffS nnHE brig HERALD Keenu rnater will ..ntce, signed by two responsible persons (certified JUST received, a. large assortment of States Courts and the District Courts of the United
; follow Brig 'fimts for alxvefort. Those Books at Tallahassee.
-yy; to lw to by the United States district jude or comprising -
ELCCTIOX OF U. S. SENATOR.-Hon.J&nies a schooner, ttnd some others were damaged having cotton t<> yiip] will do well tu hurry it forward. attorney of the said district. the sum of $5.000 for Standard Works, Prose, Poelrv and Ro \ --_ Office opposite the Court House.

slightly. Had not our harbor been almost For freight or passage apply to the whole work or of n proportionate amount, if for mances, with all the recent publications : October !8. 1854. 1.A. y

Harlan, who was last week declared completely land locked, we should have to D. LADD, New Port. any part that the bidder will when required, if bispioposals Bancroft's and Hildfeth's United States. --_- ;_.-. .

by the Senate to have been irregularly and 1 record heavy looses among the shipping in Feb. 7, '87. bo accepted enter into a contract and bond, Motley'. Hiatory cf the Dutch Republic,just pub I Ihsbed. r-. W. DAVIS, I$ .

with and sufficient securities for its faithful
illegally elected to that body from the! State ; port A Teacher'oper Allison' Contwoation of the History of Europe, PRAOTIOjG TTST'

f fowa elected i Numbers of wild ducks and some geese, 5U and 6th volumes.Abbott' .
was on Tuesday regularly t has bad several la teach Form of bond and certificate required will be furnished TALLAHASSE

United Stales Senator by the present LegisJature j frozen and disabled by tho cold, the snow WHO n gnuluate of Emory years experience and Henry College, on application to the department. Involution* aud Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Tlieire' December 27 l6. FLORIDA" ,
and the wind the Plans, f-pecilicatioua, and working drawings can be French ; Gibbon s Rome; Burnt and Mucauley's 52
of that State, he having received G3 were picked up along Va, and who will furnish a good recommendation I England, ?rd and 4th volumes
shores of tho river hard and stiff and from the President of said wishes situation had un Application to the department. ; Rollin'a Ancient
votes tid his His ; among College a
competitor term j ThirlwaH'
expires History; Greece Ro'utson'a works Dr. LEWEF"GIVES
; P.
jVo lid mil be cnniidtrfJ unlrtt it
fully can'plies ; ?;
in Institution Aca' School. .
Marcb 4, 1861. I other largo birds found, there was it bald some Jemy or High in ulHnjItltiilr Those desirin; ro employ will state the nature of the 2nd and Miscellaneous 1i-.h notice
eagle. Ijseincet Philip ; RuwelTs ModerfJ to itkoua nixl pat
the situation, health. Ac. iw well on and ad- -
Tho damage to the shipping along the The proposals must be sent to thin department, ad- Europe; ilallatn'ii Historical V.'orka; The Works of that he U now hi J"nekn vf
c7- Rhode Island! i is (be Slate in drew J. M. DAVIS, Wentworth, N. Cii, L"r only coast must be and we fear we shall dressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, and plainly Goldsmith, Inrir-ff, Scott, improvement* in Dent-e-
great, u toon M practicable.
1st The
Diekena; Irving' Life of Waahicgton, "Wash Irj. extraction of Ttetlu witl-mt produciinf
endowed the Marine at Sjiark's
ew England ,that ulll be represented by nn hear of loss of and life. Feb. 75 7. 6'Sheriffs Prflposalt fur Ilospital the aid of'a
property and local
great ington pam
St Mtirk*. FlaS and will be opened at ono o'clock, Uwdlfj'a Washingtou; Chamber's Iliacellanrons by application, nLn-l wnfiu.

Republican in the next Congress. During Sunday and last evening, the weather p. m, of the last day named for recemng the same. :.Writings! in 10 volumes, liirary alvle ; in applvingao mruficml' freezing mixture ta the port*.

continued exceedingly cold, freezing SaleVY JAMES GUTHR1E, Chamber's Cycljpedta of American Literature. 111 2 until folly benumbe'l. 2d. The immedhlWrrtioiJ of

(;::r Here is a fifty year old jeu'd esprit water in rooms in which fire was burning, virtue oi a writ cf Lien facias issued from the Secretary of the Treasury. Tolotaefjustissued, containing account of the a.TemiorrySeton worn-with Gutta Perrfa l ilfcKearib?

that is quite as goocl as nexvV A rich old and rendering the snow as dry/ loose and B' Clerk's office of Leon Circuit Court, Middle Circuit Jan.10, l857, 27wBFbtice literature of our country from Its discovery to the present for curnlort, and ea o till the Gnrne are fully- '
day, with A Memoir of the Author and extracts prepared a perraiioent Bel ; iitf i'ertd
gentleman of the Gould married ofFloridm, wherein Allan McFarlau is oi
name of a plaintiff that beautiful
movcable fine aand. from their tmffoij*. The best book cf the kind extant plan galled eoiituc't
girl not out of her After the and the executors of John O Gamble, .deceased, are S 1flUCII ir.
yet teens. This Etonn will be long remembered for ; Ilk wu ,
defendant, I have levied and will for f a )
wedding he wrote the following couplet! to Us everity and destroctivenea, fcfr fb'e violence ale. before the Court house upon door ia'the city xpnee of Tallahascee A LL person* naviiig deoaaads'ajrauuft&e estate of Sioim'a Bor d'ef StorTet and Revolutionary" Romancw ,lTfed eleitnIlat-ag. '-I
In 1 584:
Inform n friend of the '* happy event" : of the wind, and the intensity of the oo tbe first Monday in March 1857. the following ,f\. Jaaiea R Toolcer, lat' Jeffereon County deceased Webflter/t to8tateszn and Calhoun'a n's Manual; History of the May SI., ..-' fjfAW.p '

Ton MO, toy dear. DnOortergbtj cold 't and for the first time in nearly three- described property to.witi E } of tfm X'E |, -will take notice thijt; tb ymntt preaeot them in Republic* voluiae; *. Work'i' eompUte- f IT.- : S

ThoBjzhA uri oU, 'of8e j5, W loftheW W4, of See 4, S B f of. theN to the nnderiigueu clutj wlbenUoated within the ,time, Blsuk'Eooks mod,
quarters of aleatory, our harbor re closed. W prescribed by law or thT, notice will be plead in bar .Stationery. Letter, Cip. .Lenl
jirl f o1et.ep W); of Sea 4. i f thefi W J, cf8ee4tN'E i and AecouM '
ihe Paper; Gold aril SteelTeni aud n ?%%!*3t!iutiro.. if>rt d for
Floqitbo1AGoo1d4. Yesterday ferry gteumers *fr ccttpcJM -f tbe 8Wr., | o(8e4.11 intTowBthip 4,< Bange. I, of their r.eoYyan4sfl'p.rns4ndotmdtosaid$ without..handlti .Eovelopc -i.: '
To wbi t.datr .1,1i.d- to cUwxTntinae their regriiar trfp >". Bbs M* IBooth w-d.Kastand churning'220 "crw more'.or less..Lvhd estate are hereby t1fid' 'to" fflk' fmIt.' pay-- ; fane iTsi1 VisitDii'-. aasjSrWsftBhSSp

Agirl cf niaeteen'Kttj th te t is -ny thick; it j 'A pbb&htomt upon f* 'tbe, property: of said tteleodavfa}, tuenttoUe- undriiigned. Boeki: R.oor4sanJ, *tBooks.; Mfl&vef. 1 -f
1oeGoti1Jtt wM.uwAlEj'L'J. $ *w A yw H\
I b tree. "tndlolM; ik dloAt&ff writ.of fieri fitcfniiocor- | *
add he'pc usually found jafijrrbasra; i VA; \fl* A
pjeareif "TiavigatWti'wiU .
ftnt; !left stray, -A 'jf **L.J y iw S11.fl'H.SttIlNS. r rT *
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; Executor's'; i*A ii e.Au. .- NEW GOODS. TO: THE_ PUBLIC. ttnportanl( to -Ilonsekecpcrs-, "THOIASiYHim: E .:! D.- ;: pLANE8. q. .

creditor*, )epat < *,pna e peravn >u&led] l to :
t && in? the eetaW "of Henry Saxon deceased I DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854.1 visitedDr. FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS'Arthitf' IronWare
; rind Sbett
W. Moseley's Infirmary at Griffin Ga, for the ."r AWFACTURER Copper t kVEMlFTJCrEi
:are notified to exhibit the same to thetovlerajgotd JOHN P lAT RIOUS and Tuner
4 t hereby purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distrewinjr -0- lvi and dealer in all kinds of Plain -
; Exe yirix within two years from this CAKCI&. bf the nb e and eye. .My bosh was I Tin Wares, take pleasure informing the citizens: i ,Axh
t date .> the same- will be bArred'*t the expiration of MERCHANT TAILOR, all cbtirety gone before I visited the Doctor besides % P. tent Air-Tight i Tallahassee' and the "l1rfl'undin'Ou.nlr), that' hi i* 1

4. that period ELIZABETH SAXON. a ulceration cheek and about i now prepared t" wait MI all (!lint! xsi.h to patronize? .
I Dealer in Made andGentlemen's deep on
: 164! 8w Executrix, Ready Clothing very my my ANS, prftfnfbg ['halltI l, and 7'mni- I _
ov. 29,1 (1 He nl-o tender hin thank
; eye. I am happy and proud to say that Dr. Mosely I IVtl fur Ulntcr tr'i'.t.This article coextensively him in hio line of husiuecs.
Furnishing Good?. did relieve me. and had it not been for my Laving to used in the East and) NoilUern States last season to his friend4,'and tie public srenerally for the very ; 'I'w.ofthe beetThey Prepar.uo..tu.. .. .

t Daniel T. Lingo, Admt'r. Ac, )I Jefferson Circultt -_ 1 >- expos myself to very extreme cold, bad weather I will be introduced: to the dl1iIim of Tallahassee ami I liberal pnt.c lla1" with which he l ha' li been -

ir l) Court.ft I am now receiving my Fall and Winter sup- do believe that I would have had no rvtum of the surrounding country by the iindfrpigncd who has row !. favoied: and he' thnl a continuation of lie cuine are not rCC

:' Sarah C. Granger et aL J In Chancery. j i disease. I visffed l the Doctor a settuid. time aud Lei j the exclusive right to mau'jfacturO'jn: : this vmcinity for will be granted him. m-
p of? Cloths, Cassimercs, Yestings, 4'$ (., oj 0 hand fn'l "f all!
I_ appearing to the satisfaction of the Court in thisante J relieved me again; and so far as the' various leports the coming season. It i i\ only necessary to call amid He will Constantly kftep on supply ; mended as Universal

r that Walter Granger, Willis Granger and Every Color Style and Quality j I about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these article and the rl' / rnL'n'lIti'U11) urI :. foils of Ware usually kept in an establishment .>f his :

-, .- the heirs of Washington Granger deceased defendants l they are positively false. As regards Dr. Moseley's the pen'nntho have used them to convinced that I line of l>uinc*.. A full ortmenl ofSheet Iron. Cure-aIls but
in the Treatment of Canctrt I know of Phy Sheet I "Load 'l. -a.l) Pipes Sheet XtC.! Cistern Pumps, simply for
r in the above stated eauae. reside beyond the which I am prepared to make up in the most I.I.ekiU no they arc the beet most simple and ccon Uii al nrticlo ; ;
limits of Florida to wit: in the State of AI&bama. so iu the world that I would sooner rely on then J for the purpose| C.eio'tt.1! to the public. They cnn and a gt-Sat many other articleloa! numerou to mention what their

that tbe ordinary process of law cannot be served upon fashionable style, on short notice hrm. As SURGEONnnd PHYSICIAN equal I be used by the most unskilful person without : name purports .

them: It It ordered that said cause be ret for hear- AND REASONABLE tERMS. I lo any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to i slightest risk of failure. TO liUILDEKS.
i in on the first Monday in April next and that said I say that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and t2f Puicha-HTS are supplied with.a circular ct>ntaining Tii: :.".fiuit', fl uttering, e.'PI"'r11,1 Tin CoMtliiliir. ;
I r defendants do appear and plead nnswer or demur ; J I Philanthropist and advise all persons afflicted with )! full and reliable directions for putting lip fl t'tits' Pipes .tall of w lm-h he promises tn cl.J in tin Wiost

2 by that time otherwise said cause will be tiled on ; LAlUIE AND \VKLL SELECTED STOCK OFREADYMADE !I Confer td visit! tbe DOCTOR as soon as possible and and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process ; ''rk.mlldikl" mnnner ntxl style) omit of the 1./ot material The VERMIFUGE, for

the facts charged in snid Bill: Provided That a copy I have th" r health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper. l. r>u shortest notie cin'l i most rfns ,naUc terms

;_ 1- this order be published 1 in a newspaper at Talk CLOTHING, Home, August. 30th. 185?. : A large supply of thee Cans will be constantly) keptin ]:\iug| been c-n;need fr tie, lat eight!, j ear* in expelling Worms from

i Vissc for the space of three months next before said Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear. I reMr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my f.tore. Persons wishing to supply tliernelret houlil bu n<>i=s nt thi plare lie tliifihS! it nnneee* nry tu roeotmnrnd -

first Monday. Done and passed at Chambers this such as Gloats Talmas Coats, Vests Pants tc, te, I l're euce. THOMAS PERRY
4 '- 8rd December, 1856. which will be disposed of at low price I.i Rome August 30tb 1855. All Cans sold arc mac'e by the undersigned and warranted cflubilities| :i.' n Mechanic: but at the name: time !b'i ,

: J. WAYLE3 BAKER Judge. Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars safe. WM. P SL1'SSER.N8y snr.nil.1 latur l>iiii with: n cull good work amiclienp also been. administeredwith

December 13, 1856. 50-3a j Undershirts. Oravat*, Stocks Hosiery Ac.. Jc.I Awful Case of Cancer Cured. :31. 1SG. priti.Having .

.. .- I These desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their i!j Tula is to certify that Col. 8. H. harris, oC Crawford 1 -- lehmied) from II. .'l.l) s-\i\ i! f.rll1t'I1.\1.uliwlI the most

India Rubber PackIng. : own interests by giving rue a call as all the above.. j county. cameto me in the year Ib51with) a Cati- Piano Fortes. a' White Sfti5-er. lie will be ff.ul 1 1It liis hfand earner satisfactoryresults

1 tNDI A Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses from 3- ;, tides have been selected with) great care, and with a I cer on his chin of fourtecn years stauiling the cliiiiI nf SOU fi.t'i-trrct where If will! i i.. glad tr wiiil various
J. 16 to | inch constantly on hand: at D. LADD. 'ipcciftl view to their adaptation to this market. bone anJ salival glands had all become \erv much - 'JTE( are prepared to fuinii-h Piano: I on all! his frieii.K THOU AS W1IITP.Dee. : to animals

Newport Oct. 18. H:G. 4* October 18, 1856. ly-42 diseased, and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Har1 r il Forte?. of the very best quality. 1,1855 4>
1 ris hail! been under the treatment of ninny eminent upon the most lilwrnl tcru1 subject to Worms.

: An. I.j phyticiaus aud among them was the great Dr. Shepj They are second to none in any country either ns \WILLIAM i \ [ I P. SLUSSER
Notice. The
I Executor's : CLARKE to LIVER
: j ard. of Charleston, and alao the celebrated Dr. Jlur- quality nr price. PILLS, for

months after date I shall present my final nc- shall of Mac,'n, who treated his case twice without Lverv. Instruments ill be, wnrrnnted. TalJ.ahaasee, F'1L. .

SIX and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of i; now receiving his Fall and Winter Slock of !j removing the disease. lie finally went to Dr. Mur- MILE8SJl it CO. the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -
Is 'orPJIl.TI1) SllVKTIuo.
2;. SCC.; 8 t.r.\'Tl'IaJ OI' :
executor of John C1w0d5 suitable- shall he informed the third Februiuv
Prolmte far JeftVrsun County as as me. time ami he u-Ais- .
Johnson late of sai-.l County. ccE"ased. and ask for a tJ] N' JMi ed to do anything} more for him. SI OIl after that time --- \ \\.10'IIUl.J: ,JJ.U: UK: TAIL all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

4 dismission and ,discharge such exf cutir.TV. i 1 Mr. Han is heard of the many wonderful curve that 1 ] : ' I' PI.\n. F\\t'Y .\1' J.\I'\\IU

I t .JAMES HIKES, qualified executor. oouvisting in part of French and English Cloths. ('a'imcies : had made, ami visited me at Griffin, us a last re"ort. icceived CW > \L\Jf:. SICK HEADACHE
Ov.sctStilpli Qiliniii .
Nov >uber 22.1856. 6m-l7 and Vestinijs of all c.,lor!, and of the best q uat- I commenced treating hid case, and in M\ weeks tbe J Jl'ST
C IT Brand lo etler with ,
;. ---. _-"h.L.- itv, which he is prepared to manufacture to order ou Cancervii all removed and the sore ueai ly healed.: .; a l"r'Ittrlt't, Stove IIeid-Qiiai-tr'if &C.Purchasers
f: the most reasonable terms and in the most I This ease was seen and witnessed n.ore: tlinn five i of pure l'hcmi'olA" lF.S A t1! A SPLENDID I asmoi I meat fClIl1kiu;. Parlur .
Notice. .\pril 5. Ib O. 14 _
: ;;
anti trimmS'l 1 wItireitIue.45
FASHIONABLE MANNER hundred person*. I have the Canter now in iny 1'0.- t"Vf"
ALL persona having demands! against the estatt- scshion,and any person can see it b\ calling at my office i Olive Oil. SjU- :and! durability, at r Juc..II'1| m il." *. will pleasebe
1 llouck. will present them to the undersigned Together with a general assortment of IP in I nfi ll. ThU ea"e was witnessed bv Out Door Work.
b SUPERIOR: article for Table u<='. .TII.-t ie
witLin the lime prescribed by particular ask for
administrator THOMAS JONES of (;i-iffit. to
EEADY-MATJE CLOTHING .1.f.iHll )bv AMIIS: LIVELY.. HO..lillt., ( rl'atnei'a, I'Io'i 1 I G t.t!let il'Z.t'I'J'
in bar of their
will be reco\-
h Id.w. or this notice plead that will fav tab' with clock of Clothi Dr. J. 1) MA11TIN, i amid Tin ) Sli.- 't Sheet
compare ) any 5. 2T 14 Coii'luetiiiLj Pipe*, (:
t per
cry ; and all persons indebted arc requested to mkI ; i i.:j ever exhibited fur tile] iu this city consisting of K. W. WIT.SOX.h I pill > ._ ,_ .__ Zinc, lead: Pipe, Patent 'istem Pumpfclrpvn rk Dr. C. McLane's Cele-

I J'Ii IIIl.ot immediatelv.JOHN" Fine Bhik nil') Color: d Cloth and Frock Coats, 4' CHEXSIU W. ,:I Flower Jars. of every variety done at .lu>rt notice.
: W. HOUCK Adnu'r. Fiiucv Cassimtre and beaver Frock A* d Business I do certify, that myself and many other, of thin brated \'ER nFUGF. and
61-St I 4 LAIKtK I ; I orhu'llt.f Flower Jar-, "uiuu" bi- CiIand Coiinli-y IflrrclinittsAie -
hcnbcr ZOo 1S5C- c'ctitnes the :11"O stated
Coals, [place \' ere, .1 V
nn-1! sale
;. Jut received for bv
------- lack anJ colored Cloth: Beaver and Pilot Over- and that Mr. Harris left peilVctlv well. ze AMEo'ALIVELY.. respectfully invited to give me a call he fine ):.r LIERPILLS prepared by
: Notice ; "A. II. II ATI OX. rliu'ing eUcwhere.t37 ,
: Sack Surtouf. j '
I :5;, IN:II 1 It
1 Griffin I 14 1$52, : -i. Ail articles tnanufactnftl: frwni the v< .. .
n 1.h'I Black and Fancy D,>e! iu and Cashmere May ry )
--- -- ------- '
4 LL persons having demands! agninst the estate >fJf Lest material and warranted d'lrnbk: No ''tlierr.rti ('irt)
W. T.AvriScnJ deceased. late of Leon Pants, PROVISIONS-plenty at last. t ) \\U\\\1lt\ (j )\c .
i JL John Ic will be ottered! for sale.! \
Satin and CliithVbU
GrenaJine. Barathea.
I Be-t; To Hit Afflicted of all Conditions.I .
friunty.Ire noticed to present them to the undersitrue Cacbmcfc -iBBLS.. Flour.: tc'clh) er 20, Ib55. 12 I
ivithhi: tie time prescribe by law.or they will b barred.nml FMnv Velvet. Cassimi, Silk and th. do certify that I was most horribly afilicted with ; ( V 8 Casks Baron SiiU-s anJ Shoulder2 -. -
-- all pers-nw indebted ore requested to make payrrtnt Silk do, a Cancer oil my upper lip, which Co.U1ei me pain inle5ctibalk. t DiifficMe Hams LIFE INSURANCE.THE SOLK PROPRIETORS,* PittS-
Gt-nts. LatlDrl''-in Rolxs. FinSliiit*, Silk. 1 After tnifi the akiI! of
all the
immcdiatflv. ( moot ;t lo BUI. Mess IVik
L. iL WHITE AdmtV.December Cotton and Meiiuo Cuder thirts.C tiahiftit; Physicians that I could hear of, and that :2 L-ird anti) 10, keg do. NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. burgh, !)a. and take no

2i('. 1S56. :1-8w uto Flannel and Jeans Draweis.A without relief. I gave up my case as Lopelc 3, and as .1 1 )ilolatscO, lo. itectulleilVhii.kev. AWMCI.ATEn CAflfAL,.*I l.l'V'O.Oi''\ ''I'.

.------ - LSO thought with death staring me in the f ce. But fortunitely ,- Iu .' fc'ujar. 4 >li>. French Biscuit. For sale r] 'Ills Company i<'nes policies on the lives of other, as, there are variousother

Notice.LL A general assortment of Fancy and Ulack filk and i i i for me, I heard of Dr. \V. 11. Most-ley's great k.McN.L'GIlT' ORMOND .\ CO. White persons for one or more years or for the
!! suectfSa m the treatment of this disease, and as a Iatu whole Ih'rio.l..f life, ON' TIn; MITTL'AL I SYSTEM.Dividemh 1.
:IXov. S 5(3.( 45; preparations
4 ? having tt'l insu-Is a;a fist tbc estate of Satin St ck:, Ties and Cravat?. Collars. oilore l and now
jKirswi ->ort. I placed nijselfuii'ler! hw trentmeiit nn.l! im-iie declare. to the iiiTtil on p.'ilrcie.: : ; issued
-- - -
JJohn R. RlacJi'eilre. late Jefferson count deceased. : xslita Kid atid sMlb I: Olovce. Buck and LisleThrea.i -
munth from the time ho cotnmcncd I wad for life. before the
'' peiieetly India Rubber
xv-Il take i.lie* that they must prt't't-ut'theI. d-i_ Ladies Gauntlets superior Linin. Cambiie and Belting. public, pur-
1 sound ant have been since.
so ever
t,) tile utiilersijned authenticated within the tine: Si'.k'! Handkerchief Brown aud Fancv" Cotton. Li,le ELIZABETH JINKS. : t..UG1Sl"PPLY: of India Rubier Bcltil1?.
prescribed l-v'law. or tLis uotk-c ".m.w ple.tJ ii:I bar Thread and Mariiw I Ho (. A-e. Ac. CALL AND Bulls; County Ga., May 27,1816.i \ two, three anil four ply. warranted fully equal: I J:: Applications received] in Tallalia !t.J .porting to bq Vermifugeand

r.f their recovery and all persons indebted t. saul l BUY. I f lo Leather anti 75 ]In'r cent cheaper ; in fact con.ideied January 19, IS..r.. 15. ('. LEWIS.

,ttee Ltr8"y itntincd to make immediate pamrat \ October 13, 15;. 42 i iI I i. by those who Lave tried them, superior to Lcath Liver Pills. All
____ __ __. __ I 1 I Horrible Case of Cancer Cured
the IU. rs1J.Ut'J. u All i.izet
f to ( tr fn'm 'J tiI I inches wide, cnn"tantv! AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.
THOMAS ODER Adnii! *tn.t..r. FALL MILLINERY.MRS BY Tll.) "'. K.: 3IOSELEV. ). D. 1 oullald by 1 1) LADD. others, in comparison

::,\. i1. 1 5 I w-l I do cl.'rlifthat I was f.r many: ye.irs bodily afflicted Nip"r';, Oct. IS. lP.>r. 42 CAPITAL.?500,00t l.
._--- -- --- -- DAVIS ha 3 opened and will be re with Cnncer on my Lip and Chin, I trie l -all the T HE: undersigned.tteitt of the above Company, with Dr. \lcLA E's ?re

: Notice. \ing, by express. tLrou host the ,scasvn tlic remedies I couM) hoar of: but found no relief. I finally Town Property for Sale. will receive applications tar and nuke insurance ,

liUst and rcosl fashionable tvK-b of heard of Jr.V.. H. I agninttloss Fire. Brick and frame
Mc.-leys great buccess in the by on Buildings, worthless.
.A LI. penwus hating claims against the estate of rf HE] offers at private ale, the follow1 -
tieatinent c-f Canter aflections and virited him f urniture.Merchandize. A .
*:JL DJLVBOU Bv\hfngt-t. deeeased. late cf Leon ) PARIS MILLIXKRV: ht ing ilf-cribed propertv, known IH the Jrn\ i-j Lots
I ', Griffin. and in the course of six weeks he had the Cancer January 19,1856. S B. C. L7IWIS.otice : .
county. are beieby ivtififcd! to present them to tleetldcl'i1t'fl r.i rl.>ns, Flowers nnd -atLf-rs; also a rich salevtiuii all! itniovcil. I wonld .lvifce all that tiffiieted- viz : Lots No. 3, 25.27, 3mm. 4S. 1411.) 1-11. 14i. 14S, The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
Adtmit stratorvithia the time prescribed a are )!. 22rt, 227. 235. 3tW, 241, 242. 213, 244 245. ,
of Dress Tiimminpf, with a variety of I>res'< :nd
with the disriise, to \i-it hiiii and Lmc their lieallli
fev law. 'Or Ibis notice "ill he plead iu bar cf tlirir r' Cloak Pattenii. Bor.tiets, Dreises, Cloaks, IleadDresse rettre l He is all kind of doubt the : 213. 240. 25 252 25:{. 251. 25G. ?57, 25?, 26 all j N and Liver\
beyond moaskilful
cZverr; and l l11 r.r1'j indebted :are requested K. ?. :'.. in tdt' to In'r. Bonnet* bleached pressed Cancer doctor in the Southern State in the oiigmal j Plait of tlie city ofTa'Ia'jassee.ALSO SIX week* riftt-r date Ih.all apply tthe Hou.

".ake'rnnn-r.t ilm.l'l1i te1t". aud shapes altered. Orders from the couutiv Cherokee Co., C.u; EMANUEL DOMINGAS. : hf Probate in and) for the c ,uitiy of JttFerI Pills can now be had at

B. J. R. BOATWRIGHT. AdmV.Nov. faithfully and promptly filled.! The ladies'of Talla- I! Ri. EKfM-L>-Dr.J. D. Martin (I riluin. Git.; Dr. J. I J Lets Nos. 1. 2, 3, 1, *, 0, 7, in S. C->:::i\: fir. I *<-n. f,r 1 lotteis A.tll'illitmiun wi the tsiatecf
e?. I5k 458Executor's \\ I Joint Severe late .fsaiil! llCl'eChl.l.JAMF.S
La.e :uid iciuily are solicited to call and examineat Y. 3'. H.-uris Texa ( count ail
Puckvt : county, ; Greet lli llUp, -A L O- respectable Drug
---- ----- -- --- -
the l hue knovvu ai Mrs. Girard'?, -pyrite the fiiflin Oil.Scirrlitis. I SEVERS.
Sale. Episcopal .CLuich, Mom street.Nov Lots N..9. . 15, 1C. _QO'_, _,-, C'>, 4u, 41.1,1 1 N.Y. 15. 1 f\t. t w-4 Stores.
Ct'i. in the South i .
: County qUlrt..r.The ---- -- - -
.f ,\WILL be so'd to the highest bidder.t-u the founh; ._____ 41Administrator's----- --- Brct4l din he Cured. shire described projieity formerly belonged
T )!'IJ..f nt the Town of Alli Notice. FLEMINGBRO'S
;, .Liauarjiieort.
Notice. LET THE PUBLIC READ to Gov. Brown. For further iufoimatioii situ t.-rmn, ,
.J. fat., fcr.Ua cjunty.: Florida all tie Ne;rte?, Ix mercy to the afRicted. and gratitude and) high which will 1 ho Irberal. apply lo A.I1rlIlIlk.r.. F> SIX niontl.s after lftte, I will pH;-Er.t n'y acc-juuts 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH P.4.
. .\ Loud a,hi olljtr property of John W. Lowe deceased! SIX tr..>!:ib3 afh.r date I T-ill prtstut to the lIon. Pic- i i opinion I entertain "f DR. IOSELIY BH a Stngeou Attorney at, Tallahasi fj. %i'ieheri as Adnro'u-iotrator, Ill the estate ifIIiiLth ::J ,

p-3 .tfI:6ti:16: of four, CaKubUCi'groes) SW actes of 4Ld Court of Gadadtrn county, my nccrr.iut an i iviu.lieis i acid) Physician, I deem it my duty to mention the case CHARLES I' MANNING. 0. McLean, to the Hou., E. C. L.\'.\ Judge of Sole ProprlefonuSCO'II..l

.:. !U fog near the ,\ Spilog; ; in Hitmiitnc count, ICu as aduiiuiitiatoi: de boijis nun r-f the i-tate of my wife at the Mine time that all p<-- :"!"" Until! 5oM: the ab-jvo property will be for rent. l'rnbate. fur (hub-.len. luntfur a fin:.! settlement; 1r.\U..
; .tonl lym:: tear Columbus ra Ooiumbia ccuitv.o !. :: of James P"indexUr. df"Ct'ased.OJ at the same time I and apply for a iliclinrs5e there; from."ALEXANDER .
siiniiarlv are clcJ be benefitttd
it. In the A. PERRY AMAKKR.February : :.
: oay by S... HI. ('barters St.:-New Oleiu.s, ,
M 'rER)1 for final the further A.1'mir.irtrd-: :
luaJe kUlI'i\ ou the dsv of sale. apply a divharEe.frvai : : E.GRKGOHY. Aduu.July .
i flu st puft of this my wife i had several small lumps i IG, l8i ;. '-tf Jcncial \Vl.leale sat f-r the Switheni Stute*, to'snm
: ASA A. STEWART, ) .. tion of said ettate. IU'DSON MUSE.! : ; ; 2S, Ib50. I'c'JsaSyrups .
tx to make their her brea-t ; tIieve'ntiu. . \ nil orJeis nv.i-t be addressed.
J Jan. 17 appearance! ,
JAMES S. JOXES, ), Qjiitcy, 57. 3-6m : Cod Liver Oil. - ---
-- -- -- ued to increase in size, uiitil tLc wiioc: un.Lt:::- Wiue.s & Sold by Ames t!fc Lively. E. BamarJ, Jr. Miles
-c.-.j\ 13. I Ht \-tJj ; - r.
i t I a fiiattisetl ma-s, and cry p:.llful. I }procured the pl'JlF.nII.f.' celi-brated ".B--n-U"; He Nash fc"Co, Talbihasseo: Flu. ; J. S. JL Davison.Qjirxy .

: P. B. B it 0 K AW'S. -- Notice. best medial aid) iu the city <>f Runic, and notwithstanding FRESH 1 A Co., A Ruhtou'!. o( T.i n Ctanl Brandy, Spniklinjj; Ci-Ier. : Gardner J Jlilis Newport ; VT. T. Carpentrr .

A LL lIson= ta\ii>g Jomandiitt: the estate ofAX the earnest and fjithful ntttntion of the most For sale by AMKS A LIVELY 01.11"0It.I Old) I P. rt Juiec, tC.u "iiilecnah; ; )Moelv' & Pope. Madison

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES JoLn ::h."l'ri, late: (Jefferson count deceased) skilful jiliVbicia s, the continued to grow worse and April, 1656. 11 Madeira. P.ramly Chenics, Palmer it; Bro JI.nticello S. Pules'en. U.-ntkelK';

will take Q.tice that tl.ey them until the case incurable andadvued _. Sherrr, S.irdiues, W. Rogers i C" .. Chattahooehee Baltzell A WHgeonMarianna -
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. must present M the worse they gave up s..s --- --'--- -- -- -- ---- -- ;
u'l erstgncd duly aulhcnlicattd within: the time pre- amputation. I was advised by many of uiw Iost Approved Corn .Hill in Use Sparkliii, Gclttine. 1'reserved) Quince, ; Nicljt ls<>n it Zeuler. R-iinbridge. GD. ;

THE Prc.priet..r\\.ulJ in 6.':n.oc-tll by law, otlhi* notice will be plead in bar of friends t', \'i"it D1L) W. R. MOSELEY, of tiffin, ('.a*.. tlte. most aj.provt-d) LANIER CORN Flavoring Extract.: IVare, II. Dickinson Bainbridge ; H Smas, ThoraasTilIe!

r- his frieuds and the.public ;( thiir recovci v ; and all persons indebted to su'id estate which I did and a"loni-.hiug :\-* it may f-eein, h>- /",] 1 f 000)0' for sale by the SuIJ ('riL.'r. These Yea=t Powder, T.unariU'U, Ga.

:'l that h! has rebuilt his ._ ar large Brick St&bles, at the old ;t.-uid auJ 13 now t-i tbe uudeisipict''. in r/oudhealth .'! I would adtlvc all \\Lo are afflicttd \ (Coin Starch, Pickles. -- -
iand lower of awl
1' K\'> part Georgia give perfect sat
accommodate 1m friends : with Scirrhu an-1] Cancerous affections \'iit the Worcestershire Sauee, Salad! Oil. Amest cto Xjlxroly
and to
-p prepared to cuito.ers JAMES SEVERS} : Admts.Notice. isfaction.fjrindin with ease 40 buahIs :rkl the rise
He also has attached to his Stables, a g .f Shop where be will have Lan i.sne all kinds of --- -- j and observation that 'lie i is the iu'>5t skillful jJi)'il' an ft. power ap- Claret . plied to Tlie maker furnishes a hand to put it up; I i .UIES i W2: Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
in the Southern State iu the of tljat LIVELY.Jnuuaiy .
Plantation work Horse nboebjr. treatment mr-
: d work
Carriage in and warranted i I
to satisfaction l
one give
l '! disease Cuaccr. tvery 5, I IbCC.Circular. 11 DRUGS AND MEDICINES- 11
!; the very bet manner and "itfc prouiptntis and dis GENTLEMAN residing Tallahassee}, Ivft lible Call and examine them at D. T.AI D'S. __ _____ _.. _ .h ___._
; near : WILLIAM H. ) --- - ---
patch. A : MITCHELL April 21 I. 1555. 16 6t Perfumery Dyestuff*,. Surgical Instrument.,
a few days s'uce, in the city, (-r on the road: to ; M. E. MITCHELL Upright Saws.IlOE .
Noctmber,133. 44 Snuff Wbdows)
Spices. Paint.
his residence a pair of gold Spectacle?. The finder is .I Dawhtirvf \\V.: Brudbiuy, Itow, fju.Rone.Ga. & CO., and Welch
j A Fresh Supply Cigars.: | requested will be : leave rewarded.them at this iffice, f..r which h< ., October 23, 1854. Notice. 4*>, 4S and 52 inch sizes, on hand and forsale and Glass Wore, Patent Medicines.
C D .L'r late arrival Fincstaiticlt Jan. 17 "57.: ''c-Ct SIX; mouths after date, I shall present niy final ac- by D. LADD Fine Soaps, Fin Tooth Pure TVines end Bnmllev
KECEiy ,
; 10,000> pr -- - ---- I C..A. n. D count? and vouchers to the I ton.Judge Probate New.Port, XU185_. : 41 and Hair Brushes for Medicinal pcrpe-
-- - ---
Shoes A. that are desirous of availing them of GaiUden couuty, executor Richanl Cuniochau. -- --- --- Paint Brushes, Fancy Article
10'0. McDOUGALL 4 i HOBBY. Kerseys Linseys and Blan persona
I Nuv mUr 15, ISl 6. 46One45SawGin. ,; | stives of DR. MOSELEY'S sen'ices. will find him at late of Charleston, So. Ca.. deceased timid ask for a Circular Saw Mill Agdncy.rrHE Garden Seeds. Fine Havana Segtrs.

; ----- kets. ; bislNFJRMAKY, BROADWAY, HHJFFI ,GF.OH. : di'iniKivu: from mv. adnjini\tfation of mid estate. tt'Jt'nri- nell has the agency for the sale cf They have recently received a IA'$ and t'fiiHsvpl

i 1 A C\\\\ YARDS aborted Kersers an'! Ga :i GIA. JAMES BETTNER. JL W. Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Milk," : >ly of every varivly of articles us rally kept by
f lUjUUlJ Plains, ; Patients b< trded at $1 per day, or ?16 per uiontk : October. .18, 56. 42. .. Cousisting of three sizes for 42, 48 aid 5'J or 54 iuch ,' druggists. Planters and Physicians will always fiiTd
"IJ'OR SALE, a ecnd hand GIN of abore iize. has l.Oi'O' yards Wool aol) Cotton and Wool Liners. ,I FEES in all eases, to be agreed upon before under- --- -- --- -- --- - p Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, at this esiablibhcnent a full supply everything nee-

i JL' bee euly use.l to gin SO bales Cotton and as 1 1,000 pair grey mixed and white Blankets, i taken. No clie"iIl be received into this establiahI I I Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth having several improvements over the '' Page" or any ded. and on the moat liberal tern.s

\ rood as uew. For sale low bv I 1.K, >) pairs Russet HI'gRnl'. I: mer.t unfs! it i-j believexl on examination that it can I. i oilier Patent in use. The cost i about $:00. *350 Orders from the Country promplyofilled aodali.fae-

I \ McNAUGHT.. ORMOND d: CO. : With Woul Hats, Osnaburgs and such like nrti- j be cured or admit of relief. All caced rejected will Rugs. I II and J450 for various Mze*. according) to extra carriage, tion guaranteed, with regard both prices and qt1a -

t i November 8. 'tlG. 45 c'e for Plantation ue ia any quantity, by ; invariably be charged :?5, for cxaminiatiounnd advice. .I A FINE LOT Brussels two and three Plv Wool Ac. For further particulais apply to ; t;. Physician's prescription arefully f ornrounded.

I D. LADD. All! letter, to entitle them to notice, must enclose Carpeting. Also a fw pieces Wool and Cotton I DANIEL LADD. Also.:Epping's compound Fluid Extract. of Bcchu.

J Carriage, Buggies, and Harness, ewT""Il ct-g- 1SM. ___ ._. : a "stamp" for the pavmcnt of postage, and be directed do., and flue Hearth Rugs awll Diui'get, for sale right S Newport, Fhu November :. l5. 44 .Jan 5, 18616s. .
at D. LADD. .
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} Far Safe fry P. D, Brokaw. ; to W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. -' --

i Subscriber has just received Lively and Sale Stable. j Gnflhr, 0 eori:1. Newjx. > t. Ocl IS. 1856.. 42 NOTICE. : State of Georgia :
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f'Ml E undersigned gives ; February 23, 1856. y-6 months after date the ? administra i Lt Richmond County Superior Court-Oc'o-
t. JI'r- large supply of Carriage. i DOJL _. Executor Notice. i iS' SIX undersigned
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t: and Harness which be offers I lice, that lie IKH purchased I I on the ostnte James Holdernesa, deceased ber Term, 1856 :
for sale on the most reasonable urml.r '- the Livery Stable of. 1 MILES NASH & CO. IX months after date, 1 will present to thin lIon. late of Leon county, will file her account and vouchers James L. and

November 18, 1854. 46 !I William H. y ewsom in Tallahassee together with the j Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. Piobate Court of Gadwlen county, my account ;; and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon county J.Knight his 1
-. |! good will of the establishment, and that lie i ia now I and vouchers, as executor of the estate of John W. for a discharge from said ndiiMnistratioo. Martha Knight ( I
Mackerel and Herring. j j prepared to carry on the business ill all its In-anche', T UST received from New York per bark R. II. Gam- Malone, deceased), and at the same time apply fur a ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS, Admfx. wife) Complainants .
) tj bile, a general assortment of article in our line f$. I In" Equity Bill for Da
J and promises the public with good accouitnodati- riual ilischaigc flora the further nilmiiiictratioii of said Nov. 8. 1856. 456mAdministrators
A TEW HALF HBLS. each No. 1 Maakerel and 11 in his line on reasonable terras. I such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluiu estate. THOMAS MUNROK. -- Abner P. Uob.rtson.Ex- cov ry.Account and Relief:

Herring direct from tho Fisheries. For sale at RICHARD SAUNDERS. White Lead Zinc and other paints. Window Glass of Quincy, October 11, 18 G. 41-Sin Notice > ecutor of the Will of j
a low raU by | N. B .Janidj T. Ueiriug n duly authorized : best ijualily! Putty Brushes, Potash. Soda, Sparkling --- --_. --- -- -- .__. Martha M. Pac-*. dec'd
t. MfcNACGHT. ORMOND d CO. I agent .ind has entire control of my the business repreTatiii' j Gelatiurt.London Mui>tard. French Brandy (very best) r SIX mornh$.after d ate I shall present my accounts -, ami others defendant .
November 1853. 45 : f. medicinal Spices Georgia Military Institute ._ vouchers to he Hon. Judge of Probate for
t & .' !: L- full v as if I Iva prHona11v! prc!enL, r purposes, Pepper lx-monS3'rup, IT appearing to the Court that the Deftmdatt.JvLn
--- --- IIli'HAUDS.U: NDERS.Sej :) ; Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Baik, Fluid Extinct Buchu, M El.XEJTT.A., -.. Leon County. M the administrator of the estate of R. Burch, aba John Kennedy and Eliza I*. Kennedy
LIME. Ac. :. anti & general assortment of Popular Putcut j S. Hay want, deceased and asK for a final discharge <'
: '. 6, lSZsi.Dissolution G. 'j 4 (his wife) reside out of this State to wit fin, the State
: "1 A A BBLS. IJme. fresh and in- good ordei. j just ------ Medicines. We keep Done but' be4 and ''I"HE first term of the academic year at this Ini j from said administration. of Loustana. and the defendants John Milton aIM!

JL U U lauded and for sale by ? : of Co-Partnership. hope to merit your patronage. Jfititutlon commences on the 20lb of July and | THOMAS HAYWARD, Adm'r. William H. Milton aim reside beyond the limits of tbl

McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO.* heretofore exist bet JoLn : MILES NASH A CO. : ends ou thc 20th (Ir December. The second term j j July 26, 1859. 30-6m State to-wit: in the Stat. of Florida ; On moton of
:onmber 8. 1856. 45 THE partnership ing ween March 29, 185G. 18 ; commences ou tbe 20th of February, and ends vn the j -- ft mplainants Solicitors it is ordered, that sail? Dfendants .
Brootne and Robert IIehin the weighing t>to- j _
'- : and colton business is this dissolved 20th of July. Notice.A appear and answer saab bill cf complaint i nor
selling day
; White Pine Lumber. ': by rage mutual consent BROOMEA HEIR. ;. Corn and Cob Crusher. I The amount appropriated to tbe Institute hy the LL persons having demands against the estate before the first day of the next term of tine Cow t,,

9 IU FEET White Pine Lumber assented suitable August It, 1856. 33 i I RANQKR'S! Corn and Cot Crusher I i Legislature i-f Georgia, at its last t session, has been :. of R. Regan late of Leon couuty deceased trill ;I to be held on the second Monday in April next ai d
iJ lor Cabinet )1ak rs. Sash and Blind Makers I G' patent expend in erecting additional building Theru take notice that they must present them to the under- that service of this order, upon said Defendants, be
i have taken the for the sale of these
or Joiner Work. Nt often such a lot for sale Agency suprIor will therefore be accommodations at the beginning sigued duly authenticated! within the time prescribed j> made by publishing the same in the New Orlcttis
j ; Cob Crushers it is said to iu
her*. McNAUGHT. ORMOND & CO. New Co-Partnership. the Co A .trek, uaequaled of these Crushers will 'b any : of the next term, for fifty Cadets in additi.n to one j by law, or this notice will !>e plead in bar of their recovery Picayune and the Tallahassee Floridian (public (Gazettes -
; Nov. 8, '56. 45' I HEIR AND JOHN 1'. COLEbTave this I ntry..
._. --- I ROBERT cD-paftntftbip in tbe business of I hand early this coming Fall. Prices vry low considering The courso studies, and systems of instrncticn hereby;notified to persons make immediate payment to tbe I| once a month for four mouths prior to the next lefts
saving in feed. $45 $55 {65 each
great I and discipline are modelled after the West Point 1 of this Court
lumber, weighing. storage, and selling cot ton,and also to nuke for these size Prices uniforn throughout the county. plIn undersigned. E. C. GRISSEtT, AdmtV.
I i -the to insure
to thoroughly
liberal advances cotton scat to their purpose being a young man a -
on care.
j. December 13. 1856. 69-8w ;
WE have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousan [ HEIR A COLES. I I 11-'or further particulars. call and examine for yourselves I scientific and practical education to develop > STAR OF GZOKGIA, )
feet of good SEASONED LCUBEX of die j as a stock for a sample arrives. his and to tench him to be I ORANGESPRIN1a1e '.
every : August 14. 1856. 33 !. physical strength, punctu- Richmond County. J f Clerks Office Snpcrtor Cuu
#; o;; wblfhwill be delivered ia Tallhaue low.- I D. LADD. al, eystematM, industrious, and economical iu hU hub I hereby certify that the foregoing ia a true evpy of

-: Those* wuhfiig Lumber can address us at Centreville. Removal of Indians. I Newport. July 5, 18oC. 27 its. I & Female Seminar ; an order which arjpeirs of record ia minutes of said

: Bill unwed at short notice. authorized ; TIle Faculty consists of six professors (all of them rpHE situation of this Institution is i atone of (b. Superior Coart this twelfth day'of- .185*.
IE War having
A R. COMBS 4 CO. .1.I reward Department for //ri" Indians who a per be Administrator's Notice. i I southern men.) The Superintendent and tke Com I JL finest Sulphur Springs in the onntry and is unsurpassed Witness my hAnd and the seal l of said Coort this

Sept. 27. 1856._89._ capita induced to .7 in for emigration may : mandant. are graduates of the U. S. Military Academy :. for health. It is eaiy of accesa for steam 12th day cfDeeember1856..

c iptnred for hostile or Indians come delivered to the Commanding premiums SIX months after date I will exhibit my accounts I. at West Point. bon. nod a few boors staging. F. HALL (1 :.:.
Circular Saws.WELCH' I vouchers to the of Probate of Gads- for board tuition fuel and washing December
Officet at Fort Brooke Fort Myers, Fort Capron or Judge Expenses, lights The Principal with the experience of twenty yean, 1859 51
den as administrator iu right of wife of term i/i advance, : $ U 50 aided of assistant will devote : .,
& GRIFFITH'S and HOP: 4 CO'S Fort Dallas South }Florida will be paid by the under. county my per and by a corps competent I Sa
: the estate of John Ingram late of said comity deceased I Expense. Surgeon. fee, per annum $5 00 hit whole time to the improvement of his pupil. : Turpentine t&rm for e.
Saws rum 42 to 54 inches size j at the rates I
constantly f signed following! : I and apply for a final settlement and dis- T For further particulars or for a copy of tho Regulations I II II The third session will commence Monday, January I together

: for sale at a cwv-iulwion ou manufacturer's I I For each warrior living. .. .. I _" /rloia.Ut ,. D. LADD.. woman ;. .. 150 to 300 rfmrge from the administration of said estate. I of the JnttitutOt apply to Col. .A. V. Ral'KI. 12, 1857. Fur partienLuIdllreilS.. f J. with a mail farm and improvement,aod
LEWIS D. JOESAdm'r.Ii ; BT, Superintendent, or to A. J. MANSELL R. : /.
:: Newport December SO. 1856. 51 I 44 boy over tea years living. 1001. 200. will be sold at a bargain, inquire t>fJOHITIt
0 his wife. : Sec. of Board of Trustees.
right Nov. t i9 1856. 43Notice
The highest rates for all but the infirm and helpless I RHODES or A. P.
Sf-rrf.13,1656. St-6m December 6, 1856.. 49-3m .
i and for these cot less than above ; i it Wakulla }.October,USIQ _
Rice. -- -- -- ---
? S ... 4 JOHN 0. CASEY Captain U.8. A. : -

: f :T UST from CbarlcAoc. 50 whole .- Fort Brooke.'FU. Oct. 18. '56. 42-3ta I The. Union Bauk of Florida"jvs. ;t Notice. persons having demmnfr against tIle salute oft I The Floridian & Journal'Is :
J: and half tierces Rice. Fot sale right by [ teat Circuit Court- I ALL
r tt t weeks afteidite tlie nnders gued will apply Burgdora bate JeEferson eoouij, deceased ,
D. LADD. Rheumatics & Others. Small wood P. Allison 'and f In Chaucer}'. I SIX the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon will take notice that they must present them published every SATURDAY by '
: Newport. PecemWrO. 1 8 56. 61 rX) all persons saffering from Rheumatic Complaint others. j county for letters of administration upon the estate to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time ; '
t JL we offer. a positive remedy in Jatft StimiuatinpIAnmrt. rappeariog to the Court by affidavit made in this of Antoaio Botolo decea>edbte of L*-oo county.R. prescribed by law, or thi. notice will be plead ia bur JONES & Pior1t1t.'

50,000 .Havana: Segars" It has been effectual in the permanent above named' defendant. 2 mall wood .-SHINE I W their recovery ; and all persona, indebted to aaid At Two DOUAU paraatniinsdvaneL !? i
P. Allison resides out of the State of Florida and in ,
and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands December 13. 18615. C0-6w estate are hereby notified to make immediate
of Chroow .
It ;' who lore to tmolk good SEGARSJ core the United State:It ia vde ad and decreed that the 1 pay < ...
have no doubt been rescued from, ao':natiinely de&U) ment to the undersigned. TERMS,OF IINO..4 1 COne .
L can find thUD tq? tber.wUH'iotoi choice, Tur- said SmaHwobd-. AIUeoo'appeat< aad plead or JJV ,
: kb uti Biarisli athokiog. 1OBACCO- at the Drug by tie sale use of this great remedy.jf and at. Wholesale answer jbulocompankze4: in this cause Walter Ghvynn, I .-24V57. JOHN D.'6'J8w.N REICHERT 'Adni'r.Jan. square of 12 lint*, or._fiiaiiimtrUoa; ._I If t J? Ir.

titore i1. .AMES A LIVELY. For by Drugguts'generajly within roar months from the date of the publication his services to penoo,jffishW to nfef saebsuteau.ntS VFroftniooal > '

t ..o.. .. 9, JPt. 48. ,and ". .. -AES_ I LIVELY. of'tbii'rJr'oth.aI4bill of ',cotDplaint'will be OFFERS tb. tf.8.r Land Office; by loemtto; Land : tiC6. and ButiatM *..JDNtrtid afft' ftnnBta.
::1 < -- _. 'L'a1IaUttMs711, 164 ,'fIo c.1i- ,$2-Iy; !. < taken tat fenifcMedagaJi; tfcinT i:' .And;it is further 'Warmnta, or othenrue.; 'H. will awo'giv. prompt' '" .:; .

,, ; :.Ti .ordered:that this order be published 00ce. week in 'attedttotowdi bodoci La$2yr-b* iotm&dtaJumf ."SIx..eb after.tM first$blicatioo.ollbi aoitke, AdverVMBMOta'aoi 'riarttd ..itb.- .uml.trU .

_'vt. r ;, 'AU.A.$ -, ,. ,,,' .J 1I vanaJi ; e. mT s,'(ortb,, !sic of in either of the other ollibes in the Capitol.. ,Ch rg sf : oth. Judge of .Probate of Leon iuserons. will ,jontlaised _icatt.

for the SUl..of New ; teedrod per K. }LO*m6hOOO, bert qual-. Jour ru .. -, will beBeing rca aUeoocr sponUSigtoMx ce perfonn 4. ;county. k' HoptfOMTHtwO QO ida"DOQ.QQ' &
'I CO)11S8re'E1t'ofDHdi. North BIK! SoatnOeerpa. ( JUST. cigars. Call and try.then J'aurdopfu COurt tbi 21d Oct.t 816 Deputy in the State Land Office,* he of course 'the estat o deceWeit1 t- *- ofth tli,1aJ or f.tlt.,

c.rnrti.._ ." *> -- .r r HcIWUOALL 4 HOBBY.Aleu" ..: J. WAYLES JlA:5JR. Judge.Tc..aCcit will make BO chvgft( in thai Departot31ay I ------------JOUREICHEM.. i : IJan. n.tieu will act bt.i'iII"-1: t k*a,thin; f\t is

LL1 v. I, Sk.. | H.a. Jl. ; 18U. It I A* Bail,C1er .' p :- 37 I [U6.'" 20,. I :.,'!67., '--' .w paid.
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