The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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February 28, 1856
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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-;- :LAWS, F FLORIDA the damages and return their award- or judgment to the'next term of I inhnliUants thereof shall vote in the same' Senatorial District they Bank in tho Stateto tae into &%.state'of \ .

the Circuit Court for the"county in which said land or other property would have voted had not this act creating said counties been passed. Committee if required, shall be.d sack books sd .e" .
may be situated,.nd:which shall IMJ entered by the clerk as SKC. 12. Be it further enacted That each of said counties shall and such information oo spatters rt'm4&o It u J.i 'b a:; '.N .

the judgment of the Court aud execution may issue thereupon forthe lie entitled to one Representative in the General Assembly, provided lien of the Bank: Provided ofevy,' That tWs ft. ,: -
CHAPTER 804. X'o. 30. '
] amount of said judgment and costs: Provided, always, That if that by an enumeration to be taken in each of said counties,ordered said Committee to ask or eaDJ.Wc ottnfttOttfy) _. / f'
AX ACT adtborinof the County Comuuasion n of.Karaoibia county to ub cribo either party shall, upon return thereof be dissatisfied,they may,upon by the Judge.of Probate; thereof it be ascertained that the numberof the account of any individual .dealer *& W Bjt&i' Jk >krti tAl
for stock,"ia the Alabama and 1 Florida Railroad Company. filing bond with good security in such sum as the Court may order, inhabitants in said counties respectively shall be'equal to the ratio alto That any information thai eotts>feiiettd) 1M >

SKCTION 1. Be it enacted by the'Smote and House of Reprcsentatlrct be allowed an appeal to the next term of the Circuit Court, said case of representation nolv,established by law { ahd until said countiesrespectively Bank, with the reqowt dial the.i HW."fc.elAu. ,,. .7aS
of the State of Florida General Asa mbly convened, That shall stand for trial de nun: Provided, also thirty days notice shall shall have the requisite number of inhabitants, they or hall be ao coialdert ddt bit. the GovertrJr shall j >

tire County Coramisaoners of Escambift county be and bt District of Madison. SBC. 11. Be U JUrAtf Viactrd, 'That.the total jftJoajrar.JiJ

tad Florida Railroad, incorporated by the act of the Legislature of SEC. IL Be it further/ enafttdt That the Jurors summoned asaforesaid [Pawed the HodM of Hepretentatiref, December 17, l8b6. Pasted th, Boat which said corporation' shall at any :time owe,, ,' 1
the State of Florida, approved by the Governor January 8th, 1853, shall (before proceeding to the discharge of the duties herein *, December t 19,1 SBC. Approved December 22,1856.] double the amount of the capital a o"..SJ a&frfibsmoney

upon the same terms and conditions and subject to the same restrictions required) take an oath or affirmation which the Sheriff is hereby j then actually deposited.for nrtWJ ._ '.. '
t I as other -stockholders: Provided' it shall first be submitted to authorized to administer} td the effect that flies will well and truly SEC. 12. ..BeitLrf ur t

t the votes of Totere of said county, to be held And taken at inquire into suds to the best Of their judgment, assess the damage's hold sbch real estate as may be,necessary for "
J" such times and places and in each a manner as said Crnnmlssiofiera accruing to the owner 'mid owners of such lands and material by I Imt CHAPTER 807.-No. :ta.] I modation in the transaction of bttj" t'ka;kJUY a"ae.
maY appoint, whether or not in favor of such subscription; it shall :8 of the proposed construction.SEC. I transfer ,any real estate whicb it fa&ve'Der.a lc .
thereupon be lawful for the Board of County ComhiiBMonere, by 12. Be it further enacted, That the said lands 110 condemnedor i An Act to incorporate a Batik ia the Cit of ApxlacLitbla.] t curity for or in satisfaction of any debt doe the Banlc -or ffiVjste

by them appointed, to ''subscribe and take in said company estimated aforesaid shall enure to and become the property of I purchased at any sale, under an execution In favor of'.lW *nk:
agents \\ the hereinafter named residents of
bf the
such amount of stock as they shall determine: Provided, That the .' said company for the purpose aforesaid, upon the payment by the I Florida SHEAR,have persons associated themselves toffetJlbr1, for the of Provided, Said real estate thai obtabed'shall pot b!. 1a by the
amount of subscription by the county shall not exceed twenty fiver said company of the amount assessed by paid Jury, to the party I purpose Bank for more than two years as their abtolnte property.Ssc. .
cent of the cost of constructing the said railroad through said 'I''I'tli claiming damages on account of the construction of Mid road I forming a Bank to be located in the city df Apalachicola ; and, 13. Be it further enacted, That safd Bank shafi. in_ao eise,
whereas it is deemed that said be
tli county.r through said lands, or for such other property : Provided, said : expedient cottlpRny incorporatedunder directly or indirectly, be cttnterfced, in commerce or Insarance, or ia
restrictions liniitatloltsTherefore
Sac 2. Be it further enacted, That said County Commissioners work shall be in no wise delayed on account of the proceedings had proper the importaticm Or eiportaUdt, parchase or sale,of any goods,wares J
shall have power to issue bonds of said coilntVj; payable with Interest as aforesaid. : SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives or merchandise whatsoever, (bills of,excbringe,'note. 'and,bclUoii Xcepted -
at such times and places as they may deem proper, and dispose SKC. 13. Be it further enacted, That in cave any person shall i of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That ,) except such goods wares and merchandize "as duly ,
. of tie same for the payment of such subscription, pledging! the faith wilfully injure or obstruct in any'degree the said road or roads, he Anson Hancock, David G. Raney, William T. Wood, Thomas Or- transferred or Convey! bid. to said Bank aa security for debts 'dtti, or
f and resources of said county for the payment of such bonds and interest shall forfeit and pay to the President and Directors of said company j man, Thomas L Mitchell, Charles Pratt, Thomas Mehin, Thomas may be purchased t;.t said Uitik at sales under judgments in ram of
; and they shall from time to time levy and collect such a tax three times the amount of all damages that they may sustain in consequence H. Austin! John Sharron, Francis 1'. Mitchell, William A. McKenzie, said Bank Of td eOvtt tie Insiirahcn oh the 'property'that may belong ,

1 as skill be necessary to pay the instalments of interest and the bonds thereof, to be sued for and recovered in the same manner Thomas Mathews Ezra B. Ballone, N. J. Neblois, George Buck. to or be pledged to the said company for its see rit1. .

AS the same become due, or create a sinking fund for the gradual as provided by law for individuals In like cases ; and on complaint nam, Charles J. Shepard, George Sinclair, William H. Austin, Eugene SEC. 14. Be itfurther enacted, That no dividend apon i the capital .
reduction of the same: Provided, That the rate of interest shall not to any magistrate within whose jurisdiction such offence shall be j. W. Rogers and Henry F. Abell, with all persons who may stock of said hank, exceeding ten per centum per annirrattponthe
exceed ten per centum per annum; or funds may be raised by such committed, it shall be the duty of such nragistrate to bind the personor hereafter become stockholders in said company, their successors and amount actually I aid in, shall ever be made, but'the Wtplo's profits '
Board of County Commissioners in such gums or instalments as will persons so offending with sufficient security, for his or their good assigns, be and they are hereby made and created a corporation and if any, shall be set apart to constitute a safrtT f6.
meet such subscription,And the receipt for the payment of such tax behavior for a period of not less than one year; and such offender I. body politic to he krown and distinguished by the name and style of Sec. 15. Be it further enacted That a viola ni of the eleventh
shall entitle the payer thereof, for every one hundred dollars so paid, shall be subjected to indictment, and shall he sentenced, at the dis the Hank of Apalachicola," and shall continue a corporation fur set tfon of this act shall be considered and made die forfdtare of this

to have one share or more, as the case may be, of the stock so sdl- cretion of tho Court, to be imprisoned not less than three or more twenty years, with power to hold purchasesosse88 both real and cbtptiratidn: i
;, scribed by said County Commissioners in said company, and which than sir months. personal estate, as are hereinafter ; all property, to SilO. 16. Be further rlIlJt'I h'ttj That the bills of said Bank, on
i. receipt shall be 1l."igna1Jle.0 stock held by said county shall bt, SEC. 14. Be it further enacted, That in the construction of the wild sell and convey the same, to sue and be sued plead and be im. I demand rfiftdc shall he payable at its Counter, within the usual hours
assignable by said county until the bonds issued for the purpose of Railroad, the President and, Directors of said company shall in no pleaded, answer and be answered, defend Arid be defended in courts of bosinetSj in gold and silver coin. "
procuring funds for the payment of said county subscription shall be I manner obstruct any public road now established but shall provide of record or any other place whatsoever; find also to hit; fnake SIc.17. Be it further enacted, That the Bank may continue to

pnid, except in exchange for suoh bonds. I convenient passages to travel over said road. and use a common seal, and also to adopt and put in execution exist for the period of twenty years from the;approval of tltif-set; i

[Passed the Senate, December 8, 1856. Passed the House, December 15, { SEc 15. Be it further enacted, That payments of subscriptionto such by-laws And regulations 'as shall eeem necessary, not repugnant but the owners of two-thirds of the capital. stock nay;at toy time
1556. Approved D.c. 2t, lSg6.] ,I the stock in said railroad may be made in materials, labor, provisions I to laws and the Constitution of this State and of the United prior thereto, by a concurring vote at a general,meeting. be Called
II I and In real, personal or mixed property, which the Board of States; and generally to do all other acts pertaining to a banking for that purpose, dissolve the same at a prior period; trod after; such

; I Ii Directors, at their discretion, may deem expedient to accent. corporation, subject to the limitations, restrictions and provisions dissolution, the Bank shall (immediately be wound op in thepe*
i SEC. 16. Be further enacted, That after the completion of said hereinafter expressed. manner possible, consistent with the interest of creditors s-nd. stock. .
CHAPTER 605. {No. 31.] road, or any part thereof, the said President and Directors may lay SBC. 2. .Be further enacted, That the capital stock of said Bank holders. -

and collect tolls from all persons, property, merchandize and other shall consist of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, subject to be [Pawed the Senat, December 10, IMS. Passed tic Isuss .i aTxota-.
t AK ACT to incorporate the Perdido R&is-oad Cotbpanr. commodities transported thereon : Provided, the net profit of said increased to five hundred thousand dollars, and to be divided into tirei, Deeember !8, 18& Approved, Decttaket !?/ 1811.. ] "
1 1I road shall not exceed twenty per cent. per annum. I shares of one hundred dollars each. \
f 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcpresenlative -
r SECTION SEC. 17. Be it further enacted, That the General Assembly reserve I Sic. 3. Be further enacted, That the corporators above named,
in General AS8N1fbly convened That .
I of the State Edward of William Mil- iue; itt:; and power to authorize the construction of any railroad or & umjontj; of them, shall, on the first Monday in February, 1857, I
H. Chase Jasper Strong,
,f William H. Ingraham, O. M. Avery Bronghton, R. L. Campbell, Wm. J. Keyserand to cress the one authorized in this act at any point the General proceed to select from their number nine pefttma, who shall when I CSJ.PTZK B08.-Na, 34,] :
nor think which Board Directors
Assembly may proper selected constitute a Board of Directors, of ,
Moreno be and appointed -
Francisco to books and receive they subscription are hereby for stock in a railroad SEC. 18. Be it further enacted, That nothing in this act shall be 'I' Upon their election shall proceed to open books of subscription for I AS ACT to change the name of tHe'iiU of fian&l.4 CO'Imt,. ,
open so construed as to confer upon said company any right to exercisethe stocks in taM Bank, and shall receive the money to be paid on said
to be constructed film some point on the Alabama and Florida powers of a banking company, or to issue any description of subscriptions, and shall give certificates of stock according to the I SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Haut oflUprttentalmcs -
tho line the States of Alabama sod
Railroad of Florida to dividing paper of evidences of debt intended as a circulation.SEC. actual subscriptions, the persons so subscribing and paying shall be of the State of Florida in General Assembly el:1ttThat .
Honda, which runs through the mid channel of the river Perdido. 19. Be it further enacted That said company hereby ineoraported deemed corporators thereafter, and not otherwise, The money paidin the name of the County site of the County of Manatee be changed :
SKC. 2. Be it further enacted, That any three of the above named shall commence the building of said road within two rears, upon the subscription shall be paid into the Bank and deposited from that of Palos to Man&tee i
opjrn the said books in the J-of Pensacola.! or
Commissioner may the j whole stockis j and complete the same within ten years from the passage of this act. with iU pro- agcnta and officers by Mid Director [Passed the House of lUprcMoUtiYM, Dc. is'th, 1856. lasted 1M 6.-t.
in ally ether place and keep them open until capital SEC. 20. Be it further enacted, That the said company hereby in- t SEC. 4. Be il further enactfd. That the subscribers for stock, at Dec. 17th, 18CS. Apj>roT d DeC' :2,1856.]
1 subscribed, and they shall give public notice of times and places of I corporated is authorized to construct branch road or roads, if deemed i the time of the subscription, shall pay to the aforesaid Directors ten I .
opening said books for at lust twenty days. 1 necessary. I ((10)) per cent. of their subscription, and within six months thereafter, -

SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That the capital stock of said of com increasing [Passed the Ho e of lUpreaentatirei, December 10th,1R56. Paused, tie Sn I and before the Bank shall go into operation, the further instalment r .
pany: may be five hundred thousand dollars, with the privilege ate, Dec. 16tb 1356. Approved Dec. 26lb, 186C.] i of 30 per cent, BO that there shall bo a capital of one hundred thousand CUAPTE* 809.-[No. 351. '.
it to eight hundred thousand dollars, should an increase be dollars paid in at the commencement of the operations of said I

feund necessary for its construction or future enlargement. 1I 1I I I Bank, and nothing shall be deemed a payment thereof but gold and AN ACT to repeal an Act in relation to a Road Tax in tba initial*of Pitam .
SKC. 4. Be it further enacted, That the said railroad shall extend I until sad Marion.
silver coin ; and no note or bill shall be issued by said Bank !
t from some pAnt on the Alabama and Florida Railroad of Florida to 1 806.u.. a ,
CHAPTER ] such fchall have been in aforesaid.
line 1 bttween the States of Florida andAlabama paid as ; SECTION 1. Be it enacted ly the tfenais andtative / .. "
some point ou the boundary I SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That the Directors shall have power
I the State Florida in General eoinii Hat
Perdido river. the counties of aud Taylor. of of Auembty ,.
of the and Lafayette
: in the mid channel AN ACT to create organize call in the remainder of the for stock in such sums
to subscriptions
thousand dollars I an act entitled an act in relation to a Road tax in the'tieea of '
SEC 5. Be further enacted, That the as soon stock as fifty of said SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives .I and at such times as may by them be deemed proper, giving at least Putnam and Marion, approved Dec. 28, 1854, be, and ? jtame is
shall have subscribed to capital company
Ijcen shall be II of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That sixty days notice of the requisitions in a public gazette published in hereby repealed. '" 1-
the subscribers to said stock, their successors and into assigns, by from and after the passage of this net, the southern portion of the the city of Apalachicola; and if any subscriber shall fail to complywith } SEC 3. Be it further enacted That the general law bo ft* sob-,,

and they are hereby Pe'rdido declared to be incorporated and that a company name shall I County of Madison shall be erected into two new Counties, to be .: such a call, when BO made, be shall forfeit his stock, and the ject of Roads and Bridges, be in force in the Counties of Potaam :
Railroad by
the of the Company,
name called the county of Lafayette and Taylor.SEC. Directors shall proceed to sell such stock so forfeited; and all sums and Marion.
be capable in law of holding, leasing, selling and conveying real, 2. Be it further enacted, That the county of Lafayette shall which! may have been paid thereon shall enure to the benefit of the
snd mixed far8 be necessary to aid in i [Paned the Seo.te December A, 1838. Paated UM HooMof B.pIIsea4h.srDecember
may entered
personal property have the following boundaries; to wit: Beginning at the mouth of Bank. *No transfer of stock shallbe valid unless upon a .
the construction and maintenance of said railroad, and by said incorporated I 10, 1856. ApproTcd,_Deoembcr, 185ft]
Esteenhatchie, and up said river to its source ; then in a line to be book to be kept by the Bank for that purpose ; and no owe indebtedto
name may sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded the State, answer run due North to the line that divides townships two and three ; : the Bank shall sell his stock except by consent of the Board of -
End be answered in Court of Law or Equity in '
t any thence due East along said I'ne to where said line crosses the Su- Directors. ,
of Florida or elsewhere, and to have and use a common seal, and j I I .. Be it That there shall be nine Directors .
thence SEC.
1 wannou river; thence down aid river to the Gulf of Mexico; further enacted CHAPT No. SAN
soch rules, I -[ ]
! tie same to alter or amend at pleasure-to pass bj'-laws, them along said Gulf from the mouth of the Suwaunee to the mouth of the I IEsteellhnt who shall be elected on the first Monday in February in each and

ordinances for the good government of said corporation as to hi every year by the said( stockholders in said Bank, when a majorityof ACT to proteet the in&abfta&ti of Dotal coontT from ksifSAnaoo bi .
;, may seem proper and generally to do all things necessary to carry SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That the county of Taylor shall} I the votes cast shall bo required to make a choice. The said Directors UK Sabbath day.
Into effect fully and completely the object of this net. have the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at the mouth of I shall, at their first meeting after such election, elect one of .
.SEC. 6. Be further enacted, That as soon ns fifty thousand dollars the Aucilla river, and running up said river to the centre of town. I their number President; and in case of the death or resignation of a SECTION 1. & it matted by the Senate ad HOCS j jtativet .

shall have been subscribed, the Commissioners hereby appointed ship two ; thence East to the dividing line between ranges eight and Director, his place shall be filled for the remainder of the year by of the State fit Florida in General That
shall call a meeting of Stockholders, at such time and place as may nine thence South to the line dividing townships two and three ; the remaining Directors. The Board of Directors shall have power shall be nnlawW for any sailor or sailors of or upon any Temstlymg
. be and at such meeting the said Stockhold'-rj, or a majority ; } in the Sf John's River or.Black Creek, to enter the I jap :
convenient thence along said line due East to where said line is intersected by to elect a Cashier, and such other officers as may be necessary, for JIIHI
r of them iu value, shall elect nine Directors, by ballot, to man. tile line forming the Western boundary of Lafayette county ; thence such a length of time and at such compensation as they may deem of any cittern of aid County on the Sabbath day, unless b ly the per. '

age the affairs of said company, and the Commissioners aforesaid, or down said line to the source of the Esteenhatchie ; thence I bejt. The Cashier, before entering upon his duties, shall give bond, mission of said citizen, or |If shoot with a gun or aD" otbar inatrov tCountJ'
any three or more of them, shall be judges of said first election of down said river to the Gulf of Mexico; thence along said Gulf to with two securities, to be approved of by the Directors, for such a ment on the Sabbath day, upon tire premises of any eidzrn of said .
Director, and the Directory thus chosen shall elect one of- its members the mouth of the Ancilla river. sum as they may direct, with conditions for the faithful performanceof and any sailor violating this *cf shall, upon conviction' be

a President of said Company. On all occasions whenever a b SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That the Judge of Probate for his duties as Cashier; and the President, Cashier and other officers fined in a sum not exceeding one.hundred dollars nor less than twenty

vote of Stockholders shall be taken, each Stockholder shall be al. Madison county shall order an election, to be held on the first Mon. of said Bach before entering upon the duG.their respectiveoffices dollars. .-vI.iV;! "
lowed one vote for every share owned by him or her, and a vote by day in March next in said counties, at the usual places of holding shall take an oath well and faithfully to dreebarge the dutiesof Szc. 2. Be further enacted, That all laws' I. partfjof; laws

proxv is hereby authorized.SEC. elections, for one Judge of Probate, one Clerk, one Sheriff, one their offices, which oath shall be subscribed and entered on the conf feting-with. the provisions of this Act be and the same. .are hereby
7. Be 'it further macted, That the President and Directors Coroner one County Surveyor, one Tax-Assessor and Collector minutes of the Bank; and if it should happen that an election shouldnot repealed. *.*: j.k

of said company shall-be chosen annually by tho Stockholder otherwise; and of and four County Commissioners for each of said counties, the re. be made on the day prescribed by this act, then it shall be law [Passed UM BOOM December 16. t85' Faed '!.... ,tho eali.r IT." ,
if any vacancy shall occur, by death, resignation or turns of said election to be made to tho Judge of Probate of Madison ful to hold an election on such other day as may be prescribed by 1866. Approved December M, 18M.]
any President or Director, before the year fur which they were county within five days after said election, and canvassed by the rules and by-laws of said corporation. .
elected shall have expired, such vacancy shall bt filled bythe President thereof the Secre enacted That the number of in electing .
him as the law now requires, and make return to I SEC. 7; Be it further votes '.
and Directors
and Directors, or, a majority of them, and the President of State, when it shall be the duty of the Governor to commis. Directors, to which each stockholder shall be entitled, shall be .
shall hold their office until their successors are chosen nndqu.alified. sion tary all the persons to the offices for which they have been duly according to 'the number of.K.rca be 01 olio way LulU, each L CKaTait. 811.-No. 37.}
They_shall"have power to caU' u.>etings of Stockholdersat be entitled to one vote and stockholder, being absent ''
elected. share to ; any AK ACT to defin DM boundary EM b.twwn Xteral. and ' oouatia
any time. SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the may by power of attorney, under seal, authorize any other
SEC..8. Beit further enacted, That the said President and Directors Judge of Probate for each of said Counties, when commissioned and II stockholder to vote for him or her. A correct list of stock. SiCTJo x 1. Be it enacted by the Senate afA Boat. of_ .: .

or majority. of them, may appoint all such officers, engineers, qualified, to order an election to be held at the several precincts of i holders shall be made out two weeks before any election of tatives f the State of Florida ,in General AutJ&I' t,
--k agents' or servants; whatsoever,as they may'deem'necessary to carry their Counties for a place to be the permanent County site of the Directors, for the inspection of the Directors and for the in. the head of waters of Thomas Swamp in the act. ,: .

oa the --basties of said company, dismiss them at pleasure,, and of all a County. The place receiving tile highest number of votes at the spection of the stockholders. No one shall be a Director who nary line between Duval and Nassau County, shall be'_ to.bethe .

4 majority of the Directors' shall determine the compensation have election shall be selected for the County Site, and it shall be the is not a stockholder, holding in his own right twenty shares; andif Southwest corner of',North of;RiiirgA .
officers; engineers or servants of said company.- They shall duty of the Board of County Commissioners for each County to any oue of the Directors shall at any time during the term for and the said boundary line shall extend thence to the Southwest e Or-
poorer to pass all'b {laws which they may' eem. .necessary and proper have erected thereat suitable buildings for holding the Courts of said which ho was chosen cease to be a stockholder, his seat shall thereupon ner Township# two South of Range, East;' thencVW( est along
for exercising all the powers-rested in this company for carrying County. become vacant, and the remaining Directors shall at next meeting the boundary line between Townships two and three;Booth;of R ivga .
into effect the objects&I this act: Pn r Id.ot Zy-lTiat such by-laws. ) SKC. 6. Be it further enacted Thai until the necessary buildingsmay fill said vacancy.. Five Directors shall constitute a quorum forth twenty-three, to the point of intersection with the most EM STJ.:branch
shall not be Contrary to the laws,uf the United States; and said President be erected for holding the Courts at the county she of Taylor transaction of business of whom the President shall be one, except of Big Creek, thence down said Creek to the St?Marys river. .. i

and Directors, or a majority, of them, are borrow County, the Courts of said County shall be held at the house of Daniel in case of sickness or necessary fibwrHfev,in which case the SEC."2. Be it further enacted, That nothing herein contained shag
money to carry Into effect the objects of this act, to issue certi Bryant, and until the necessary buildings may be erected at the Board may appoint any other Director to fill his place. Any number be so construed as to alter the original line of the County of.Para] and ,
ficaiso> other evidences of each loan and to pledge the property. of county site of Layfayette County, the Courts of said County shall of stockholders representing five hundred shares shall have that the expense of running saidline be borne by the county of Nassau.
for of the same with interest of the stockholders giving sixty days notice .' !
said company payment be held at the house of Aziel Jones power to call a meeting f '
SEe.D Be it further enacted. That the said President and Directors SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That the counties of Lafayette and of the meeting and its a newspaper published in the city :r'''', l. .
[FaaMd UiaHouM of JUpretaiatma PtMobtr 1& 1W. Paai ed the 8 o:81 -
shall have power to teqaire 1be Stockholders said companyto Taylor shall be included in the Middle Judicial Circuit of this State, of Apalachicola. The stockholders in tho Western District of at..Deeember 11.1''P .. JanuaryJ, 1M7.]'
pay sock instalment QU weir respective shares of stock, and at and the Circuit Courts of said Counties thai) be held at the times Florida shall fix the compensation for far Pre ldent ... ,
stub times &s ma/be deemed best for the interest of said company; and places provided by law. Sec. 8. Be it JuriMr-ert4Ckd.. That all contracts made by the .' .
and npoa the failure or refusal of any Stockholder,to pay the wstalment SBC. 8. Be it further enacted, That the Justices of the Peace In agents or officers of said Bank within the slope of their authority 40 : .

required on his or her er their .stock, in pursuance of any; call office within the limits of said counties at the passage of this act, shall be obligatory on said lank; 'and. the bills baaed by said Bank CnAtrrlec [N< ;Iij f: .. "
made .by said 'Prea1dent'aod' Directors as aforesaid, said iraodral, shall ccmtttrue HI office until their terms ef' office expire by law. shall be signed by the President and countersigned by.the Cashier., .. : i -i ,,.f 4Vk ow ." .. t,
sad Diieetors may, npon givingthirty days notice proceed to seD at fetid 0. Be it further. enacted That all trait, civil or erirn sal, 8..Be it further evaded, That the 'persons and property,of t Am to rs9 oiretb.Ztgietw it-fuse. Laadi.1 *',aIIIba.>ls.ioel zr6p tr
stock owned by said default- A of the stockholders for the time being io said Bank,shall be pledged and TTirnnfm '
pabra rile the idiare or :shai- s of.s&id which ha>e been or may hereafter (before organization the .otT.Ccb3pbia, srloosy 1 '
i. 8tockJao1 such part.thereof M.thrgtmay.think proper' to coooties of Lafayette and Taylor) beseebpxrseowtedor nimeliaid bound,'in'proportion to the amount o7 shares held>yaUaihaupiwvato .J*':ALatm; lts loeo(:tatid l nSae sat file'sala'spptei .
stud; owned individual capacity for tho; .jv&W iIICt.ef,.tbe lab* b! d sod ., u. !r. 4. ,atotail ,
the Jilt bidder; And U.upOo&t.Ie of.ifd tahar oL in anY of the Courts of this State Against any person or! persons and ; .:. ."- :1. r Siti:1JGJtiLl. .
by said desalting Stockholder Raid stock should be sola ;il.r more, living and being within the boundaries of the counties aforesaid/shall\ or notes'issued by or;:from'said Bank t daring the flats.* our,he may f3ttCltoxE; 1!$aitioAkr.i.r ;Jyy/ L .JtJ.- I YL OM' ..5 "fI' .aa O::

than". :the moaot dee upon mstaJmetJts as above mentioned, tie; ext be.Aid, prosecuted aDd completed hi the same manner. they would hold such stock. J.I i. /' .. "". M. IIIJM
a.. said counties sot been ssed.lrave.been.b. 8icQ.. Be it father enacted, jTbat.itdia11. ti fie.'.duty.of.the.officers "
<.;of ter-'dedacpwg: Jucr ing'inte; st'cod necessary expenses -d this act;cieatu g *" M .rI" 01t -.I.J.
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of,isle,Hill Lt paid over to *aM defaulting Stockholder.,4 ..,';.','- "wr.eirtacted,.That all. JetIerJ r Batton, of the Bank quarterly to mike 1 report lo|Ufa f GqyOT9t of the,! a ,
8* letters tettaolentul'aad Ieite z.or ties ; : .nod rba4'a wwBt of. phal has ,b npaidiin.wbitrt.. ,
,of said cantpiny *fcteeby wti&reedUo'contract for >sad capefreeonveyaatfes bel .re1 O oofuid CoU ) distinctly. .:t 'i 16i& .
<' hayo.bNrLor .. : .-taJyine.L bilWao tttidit ofi_Bao : .000;+ e. ; .. ,a ; f.od :
aidvootf vrhftn .be may '
bf l&skdVctooe; lam bee may > ** : ebateof th .1OI..1I3lD 'l', < fltlrt III aiIa'w ., .
of.J'2'&imad .granted b"ApI Judge 01,_ in the. .'dIIe _. =
*yorre uiadtn the tsanttrudtlou pt malatetiatiee ; ; "'". ''. .' ...tA o hj4 ''i. iq J;r. ,4 : 'Ir"i.V: ,, t ,
and"bei6 164 1mb aunt' "- "
1G of said coon. t "
whea die .
owner tad ascot epoa- ,titeittl rJl"
agree apnceror rnia. aCt D Ji.II ,
company : ,, 1 et .
bea4b b iftfutt tam/ii/thon. .i l.\\.Litb.tI. \ o.i tfullf'a1:R >, \ arld.a '"""' "' 'V: :.
!ewoer aa noa'residflot> of wn fomftta 7rr 1r 1 tt :J'
ft had aot bee i !.. "tJ L... lbf be ,. .i.ll. : '. 4'
elL1t bt4Wa for the Pretidaat and Directors of taid coca 1wu7'to ties ; r'rr it'wwta na utd @ T 4.r' i
J911. 1II 01 'd other eta 1 f.,., :'1'e pan oflawthes itf'jtbt.UtW 1 th". .w14
; whicJs 'th l 1
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.ttt'd'lree-bblJec a'm-Jont.r of whom .haJ. .be autloriud to a5SfIl' the genirtorlsl Distriet/tc"1 b- -e7 a ai jti r. .. .t. w r .
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j i ,. t. (From Pond. Spirilitth. Time, ?.] tinIly- burnt out hi: whrcsjitre. :'seejnVdjfo-i- &e !. ma.6:1iu: more skilfuRy conducted'hazardous : To the- Editor of.the Floridian end Journal.TALLAriAsssfi lo.have S been killed'r. Mianza.' : I'*. eom* .,, '

( The oDCSteeIder.!? :some (ragrnentsjf bjoraro woolenft Jtad"tbejfire j'I Lpribin. & n rnRl. S to HfahaJd I Aod f s'-r forrr4'fabep}
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s.Atxl t ,, n "If" ", > ad'h4 \bee"& ittt.kings: to a successful issue' and few ef ,, Feb. 23,1857. The'Genwil, howevef>viitoo btfsrvr "'*"".A.
withered mat 1 fr ,r j 8f tingdsbetibyv ... ,. ', S late have added disco"veriea SIB. iJ! enclbie: of a letter lliDIh.t
Alnruai'd br his aenlinel. iblMroL, %rhutimVtentioft t ar.d-4

wtt(*. bovV hb watch, tbf.with:, : t7 pjj I I.uan icoveredl| vith|& tbick-coat' "of aseL. The 5. ALLA'HA'SSEE :. .. to our geographical sitdreafof knO 'ledgt.:: tfronfUje/HonS.rt.| t; jl 'fto the Secretary /, ,' lor t P91(ueplrjttlenL

-". bis de! \t; f $1, t .' |blood' onthis floor had ben-oeri carefully : '. -r..' '. t S On the maps of' ,Arctk'researchesi theTjame of*;'; .of tt*]lInt* !dlstftttalfig a1 subject of n t1. S 4 A Wa. $a bwn blowing fof .

Mores like a ptxstl. 't.t .fi. .t \vith drops "::*Per meottit.-! ,m Ibe'loJartti Saturday'- ,r Fett j : ';.8y"Tfifo: ,,:t ,KaAft will ever.'stand., proraiaen| .with.other'ftnlneot ;J 1ittIte'\_cc i lome'' ; in this to the basement the ; ,' _or &hi. ,
f For the first time ,paper we are required story dripping garments ; ,
I -' explorers who have dUttnguisbed. ;? uuf um.date00 thv ,me inbXfj ( \ .
to record a deed. which though not S had made their way (probably afteir ter,) p-
S regularly wlthjn.the-scope: of our' task, is of 'and the basement door was aL ined'here'the Let. vfo bespeak the special attention'of-o'ar. .themselves iit the field of Arctic: .d cQvery.- ject. These lettartf* apeak for/tbemse.F.and "". (( :'* UTJorkfirt Jmtkl. STbeLg1

1 suclrparamoont and fearful interest, that all assassins bad either tried if(it were safe; Tallahassee readers to the able letter of Phi?r ,And long'may. our country ?zithe. to have should you ',think 'proper 'to publish them. latnreTke8eluriit3 ".

) tasks giva jt place.. ? er opened it to let one or the other temporarily lo Colqurn, in this'iwae..'* -' S .:.::. ;$4 ich!_ spirit to.compete.sucK'ttfefnl t t fields) of for The beneBt of all concerned, r would- be ;'t

E A znurdet.bM.fl':.commtted! ip one of out. S ,_ S* = ;(,I t enterprise until the lands and ocean channelsof much obliged S ; ,t1iW PfI'/ S

otr'BristocraUc'streetsjrqpon'a ipan..of wealth These were the signs of the crimo f andon Mr. J. L. Pettigrue the eminent. lawyer.S of the globo shall be. accurately defined for Very respectfully, yours, correspondent- lo'tfidpeto ofimeJelt.lot :
this basis the Coroner his investi- S 4f awajr
t Atii xxeH'k6owtfln1hislprofes| oh, which is began convey property forsnchaarti
Charleston is.noxv i in City; "having hewf the information of IIcicnco'and the guidanceof Ja.5 triBinr S
( attended xyUiLCJir ua .lances. of such pesial gation. If&urn, Mrs. Cunningham, the servant } iccrtala aCffcllaM J- '
E horror, thAt 1 has-arrested the attention ofth Hanna, Mr. Eckel and Mr. Snodgrass, called here as ono of the distinguished i counsel mariners. S SS slight h.l? claim to t5hb Jcter oVa'Jng 1'e

: entire .$ .in 1hU\;".to 'the'ex
: other.topicS.i : -S night ; and Mrs. C., alter giving in her main tead, adm'rs., vs. Bryan Croom, in.. the Su S The Savannah Republican announce that S. MR. McCucttAxo ;- ; :rm 't J r"cr-t 1ht.dtJ

*Under 'ordinary circumstances, the mere testimony,.produced a certificate of marriage, premc Court twenty bushels of Sea Island Cotton seed: Secretary of the. Interior: Ji1'ni"tfie \ jl r.r tbe Seminary for'

1 passing away "o.t\ human life is not a cir dated 29th of October made between her SS were sold Sir that city, at thirty-five dollars Sin-The U 3, storeship Release: employed the West, is really grasping at a bllbilw._ .
cum! ance to cim'mnndprolonged' regard ; and Dr. Burdell, by the Rev. Uriah Marvine. We are pleased see that the Bo S k.Biud- S per bushe!, to John. Stoddard, Esq., of Daxvfoskie. to bripg cane for the use of sugar Strange to say, from the very same facts 5
""I ; even the-death of thousands by flood or Dr. Marvine, on being called, however, did planters or the, from 'South America IOU '.
S country have
nay of Messrs. McDoroALL & from the of drin-rt
ery HOBBY is The-seed was plantation a tery different concluilon.!
;. famine fire or sword, or other natural or not clearly identify the body as that of the under authority of a law.of the last session f fa
; overwhelming caase, t It not n cahmlty: which man who married Mrs. C., aud the servant again in operation. Persons desirous fhav. Mr. Beckett, of Edisto, a portion of whose is expected soon to reach New Orleans, and your editorial l of the 24th Jan. find the fet e.

can more than comparatively affect tbe seasoned of Mr. M., who saxv,the ceremony, was likewise ing Binding done_had better send, it in at once, crop of cotton sold recently, in that city, at I trust that the interests.dt my State will not lowing strong language: u.The important j pe.' .

and'sdfi ,, imagination mankind ; not positive in the matter ; both thoughtthe S as the opportunity will offered again ranfty-five cents per pound, and was pro. be lost sight of in its distribution. cuniary advantage derived from this legitfe.

: S but capture a'life by daik and blflody means; man wore longer :xxhiskera, and looked soon. nonnced, by competent; judges, the finest spe 'fhe sugar planters of Florida are experiencing live event by the Talla'hassee S min S
surround a single.I corpse with the signs of differently, and an impression was thus left -u- the ill consequences of replanting '
A 55 ci nen of c lton ever brought to this market. places educational faci1ili| in' I
S midnight murder' and let the manner,of the on thevpublic"raind that Efckel had persona The Marianna Patriot chronicles the death -. for a series of years the domestic cane, and Horida oa,
: crime l leave' a mystery around the deed, nnd ted Dr. Bui dell, and that the plan was to put ablest an earnest desire is felt to obtain supplies footing of stability and eligibility that should
of James M. citizen The Richmond Enquirer the
Long, a highly respectable ,
yon i fljf ':1fl lnnn njton every heart, and him to death, at the first convenient opportunity I paper from abroad. It has occurred to me that the impart a thrill. of the, h &rtofe'erydt.
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in ordc Mrs. C. his widow of Jackson County. Mr. L. was a r om-. Virginia, has lost- the services of one of '
-\thnt "
half.tbe'community'shuddering their as
send 16 portion of the Relcn c 8 cargo to be alloUed izen; of the State. Permit me'i in:this
S beds. A.liunlofinable t*>"*'JJI hi lh& stir: A might fall into possession of his property. ber of the Legislature that first elected Mr. the ablest editors i in-.the country. The I issue 1 to Florida may be obtained on board and delivered to "follow Jcad "'while artJcI.

hideous _shadow dogs your footsteps, envelopes This hypotlies s seems to be strengthened by Yuloo to the United States Senate. S 'of that paper for the 13th inst. contains the at renracola or .hy other of the your I underlie' (Co

S your form, bends orer'every shoulder, the fact tha't the Doctor took receipts from I -- announcement of Roger A. Pryor, thAt he Florida ports on the return voyage of the prove that'the city kaa bartered her fa't re t t
and its cold Mrs. C. subsequent to the date of making j S vessel Nor'h. delivered in tbe City Seminary for a valaable '
by presence penetrates y onr very Hoii i. E. Maxwell. J has sold his interest to his late .If at Eensacola, it coa.
; marrow, with the fear that alike danger continually her his wif(;--8nd presumption of Eckel's partners may be placed in charge of the commandingofficer : eration., ,I have, already shown that
We are pleased to see the announcement. Ritchie & Uunuavant and retired from the direction roach
and with her is also fuither I '
'ourself. guilt complicity I .
.: overhangs i of the Navy Yard there, to be withdrawn will, b* gained by the change In 'the
In another department of ear paper we strengthened, by trn finding in his dressing that this gentleman has been appointed Navy I of the paper. j I I5 as the Florida delegation may suggest. of tho chant-
I have given, in brief, the main details of the case the'very papers which the Doctor had Agent at Pensacola vice lion. Walker Anderson i I '_ .. 5- 5.-_ j I will at once apply to the War Department ter institution. It remains to be.pwtn

assassination of Dr. HarVey Burdell. By accused Mrs. C. of stealing from his safo. deceased. Si (&- The following items are taken from j I to obtain its sanction to this proceed. that there an sufficient, metes for eflectjnf

those, it appears that, while in his own room, This is the scope and picture of the evidence the Tampa Peninsular : j;I 111g. this clumge. Let it L rememberwl, tl.Zj:

he wa assailed by murdeiers! who, failing thI and we do not hesitate to say that Portrait Painting.It The Indian Delegation.-Capt. C. L. Kil. Permit me to suggest, fa addition to the order to sustain the present school,ViuVonlv
strangle him with a cord, dispatches hin I every atom of it points xvilh fearful distinct hum, Indian Agent, has received official information | foregoing that it is probably within your two teachers, an expenditure of
tttfbrdi allude in $2$00
i to Mrs. and Eckel the us pleasure .to terms of f an.
and left him witli his ness Cunningham as
t a knife/ | to obtain ol for the
hadfthwardI to the effect that Jumper, with a power a supply cane
tho door--toward which he \ IS It I. perpetratois of the crime. Burdell was killed approbation to the artistic skill of Mr. Mas- hundred( warriors, will arrive in Florida some Florida planters from Cuba, and that if this nUAlly is necessary ; and if the ttac hers bv

}i : strained for an escape-dead, and xvi Itering xvithin the walls of that house, by parties salon, who has executed recently in this city time in March next. I can be done at once, it will have a very beneficial had the same experience as others they w]

j Y.& -hid blood. The body was completely who knew 'the road to every vacant room, several portraits of superior merit Many of i I The fact that one hundred, instead of tenor I effect upon the interests of my State.- tell you that two teachers are not saffiffcat
dressed, as if the deceased had just come in and fifteen minutes before 11 was did timo twelve 'l'he more elevated districts of the Island to meet the the
our citizens haIeen and appreciated the ; warriors, comprise the delegation, I wants of school as it is. To
and th ..fact tHat nothing wa taken from the when the horror was performed. Mrs C. would furnish the
I will to that will most desirable cane, as be.
f the their give hope many they accomplish another
distinctive excellencies of paintings- procure the-annuarexpenditaremost
and Eckel to have been about tl
U pers u, proves that the crime was not per. are proven >e I their object. ing more assimilated in climate to Florida.
,: petra !d bVroWsers, or; for tho purposes of ,: house tip) nearly or quite: that time, and yet faithful coloring, and their living, speaking The steamer Isabel 1 leaves Havana semimonthly be at least 03500. The City most either

I itnmedi'ate ;!{1'Idt, then, \vs it done never heard the scuffle, nor the fearful cries S traits of countenance. Ot'it NAX \.-Tbe United States Navy, in and iouches at Key Vest, from bear this burden, or be satisfied with school
and xrUo motive fo the winch' reached the ears of a neighbor over of lower grade than they desire. Now it b
: fort had.any put unfortunate whence the be ,
When Cromwell sat for his portrait hisS -November, 1956 consisted of eleven of cane might sent by the Collector
the ships not unreasonable to
man to death ? Who xvas in tin- way. of the Port to thedifferent of the expect one hmdredpnpils]
house! Sev: I people ? and, from the testimony :. There is no need of stifling our thoughts greatest concern was that the artist Ehontf'do } i the line:, nineteen frigates, nineteen loops of j ports in an institution well supplied with tocher*

taken, it i is fair ttt presume that among 1 any longer in thia business. Thj xvhole his face exact justice" Put down every war, three brigs, one schooner, seven screw ,. State.With great respect, your ob'dt serv't, and apparatus. Say that sixty of these be-

S, them laid the crime. These seven- personswere community have agreed upon: verdict, and mark," said }he. Such an injunction to Mr. steamers of the first class, one of the second 'f S. R. MALLORY. long to Tallahassee. For their tuition the
tbe'( of the house Mrs. Emma Cun- mind unites to the horrid City pays $2000, only so much drawu
aay S every charge act Massalon would be unnecessary as exemplified class, txvo of the third class, three sidewheel I being
ningham and two daughters, Helen upon this wretched woman and her para I. from the treasury as may be necessary to
in the portrait of ourself. He h too true S SENATE CHAMBER, 17 Jan., 1S57.
steamers of the first class, of the second
one make the tuition
and Augusta ; a ?Ir. Eckel, who seems to mour. Our judgment'goes the same way; of said sixty equal 12000.
ip and if had to nature, and too careful of his professionand class, five of tho third class, three steam COL. ROB'T GAMBLE, JR.: The remaining
tenders forty
have been a paramounr ot Mrs. C., a Mr. we space, we could fortify that I. being charged 'the
I..f Snodgrass, a mere boy of nn te jn, who sewns view wit many little proofs, which, thus far, imputation to resort to any of those meretricious five storeihips, and on" permanent receiving DEAR SIR-Your letter of the 10th itisL, same rate as those cost the city will yield

,S to have been a lover to AySs Heln ; the servant j I; seem to have been fI\- rlooked. Our theoryof I aids by which artists of lesser note vessel. Total, seventy-five 8IB. my attention to the expediency of 81333. To these sums add $2000 from the

hannah, :md the H.xi. Daniel Uilman, !i the crime, however, is, that the intention are too much in the custom of ministering, to earning two thousand two hundred and for. adopting measures to introduce into oar State Seminary Fund, and $5333 are produced for
whom we* mention las, as he merely occasionally i to take the life of Doctor Burdeli had long I seed cane from abroad, was received last the support of the Seminary. Of this amount
S the vanities of those x\ho command their talent' ty three guns. night, and enclosed please find a of 85000 would the
: occupied a on the third floor, :! been determined Mrs Cunninghamand copy my pay Principal 81200, each
and WIllS not properly one of the family. Eckel, and that poiaon would have been I I -'--5-- -- ; communication of this day to the Interior Department I of three assistants 81000, and the teacher of

.1 Now, xvbo is Mrs. Cunningham A woman, I It j: die means: had not the Doctor wisely refused I Mr. Massalon will pass to East Florida in In the House, Davis, from the Investigating I upon the subject. I have gtven lo I! tho Primary Department 8800, leaving 8333

te say Jhe least, bfveYy qaestionablo repuir. i,| to. eat or drink in the house. Finally! a fchort time and we cordially commend him Committee, made a special report on the this matter much attention, and I hope that with what more might be obtained[ from additional -

.S tiou, who* succeeded ia ingratiating herself :': that Friday night Wag fixed upon for his dis- |I friends in that artist of case of Gilbert accompanied by a resolutionfor we shall obtain, through this Department, a pupils, (an expectation by no mean
to our quarter as an "
; 1 with Dr. Burdell, and in obtaining from him j! patch ; that after sending the family to bed, j' hi .(.xpul ion, There was excitement and supply from Cuba in time for this year's groundless,) for contingent expenses or' the
and! of their
5 high standing deserving patro1.age. : planting. At all events, we hall receive purchase of
: a leaser of his h use at a very easy rl\tc.- the two murderers heard him come in, and i I a inch
: '1 Soon aftet her domestication on his premises I either sprang upon him from some concealed | a warm debate in the House. I portion of that brought home by the store- an organization, the foundation could be easily .
: The House Committee has reported in favor ship Supply, and we most endeavor to distribute laid for Scientific School
it however lie takes into her family a Mr. recess in his room, or entered while he was j I '-- 'TI a or College; and
Eckel, between xvhoiH and herself, at once seated reading in his chair. Tho first at. I Death of Dr. Kane, the Arctic Explor.The r. i of the expulsion of Edwards, Welch, it along the Gulf ports by the Key if suitable! teachers be secured, the reputation

.1 an intiwacof W an unmistakeable! character tempt 'was to strangle him, with the view, I death of this intelligent and enterprising ;- i Mateson, and of Simonton, as reporter, the West and New Orleans steamers which I of the institution must extend and command:

:: 4 grows Up. Tfreir Bleeping rooms Innnpct. : doubtlas, of hauling up bis body, as that of consideration of which is fixed for Wednes I trust will speedily resume -their tripe. The still greater support, thus enlarging, gradUAl.
and the..lady n/ver pern its either of her I.: a suicide hut fairing to dlspaichiiim In ib.d American officer, whose name is so intimately !|I co-operation of tfcose interested in thi branch ly, its own mexus of subsistence and useful-

t.: daughters to be her iight compan on. The I. way, in consequence of the desperate struggle I connected with recent Arctic di<>cov- !fax W*. S ;!I of our agriculture will be necessary, and to 'ness. The College of Charleston may be cited
I Docter noli cs this state of things, and not j which he made for life, they were obliged I cries, will oration heart-felt sorrow throughout lou the 1P' ::; this end I will endeavor to keep you advised, hero to show that this is no '"i' nary

1 4 only at once.changes his demeanor towards If j: to attack him xvilh the knife. Tho de'pera- the civilized world. His death otTers a. I intelligent correspondent of the i as well as others upon tho yurijex-t. scheme. Thirty-five years ago, that inltita-

f 1 the lady, but withdraws from her table, and !| tion of his efforts to escape, may be seen by fitting opportunity far some mark of Baltimore SUn, thinks that the rejection of 1 The Supply may arrive at New Orleans I tion was revived by the (organriAtion. of a

4Ij takes his meals at the Metropolitan! hot .- i his getting so near the door, but as he respect the Central American Treaty recently negotiated |; within a few days.I r Grammar School, under the care of experienced -

t He is'not only jealous Eckel but he is j stretched his arms to reach the knob, he received from the nautical world and tho Ameiican by Mr. Dallas, may perhaps lead to a I! Very respectfully, your ob'dt serv't, teachers. Several years elapsed before

.' afraid ol him. Nay, he expresses his fear of the blow that let out all his life, and I public in general. We have very recently war with England,' and that it will be i.eccs- i I ._ S._ R. MALLORY. there was a graduate. The first! think,wi*

t both, to.two or three persons, and on no prej j left them at liberty, smoking with murder been reading Dr. Kane's highly interesting for Mr. O Bi the now Rev. Dr. UTghtmaji, President of
t. teflCB.AVilnie taste food or touch drink in the I as they were, to exchange; a mutual glance I! narrative of his adventures into the heait of sary Buchanan to call an extra session I (Special Correspondence of tbe N. O. PICBJDDC.) Woffbrd College, S. C. Since then, H has.

boB&e. Under this tate of things, he has I' of horror, and shudder at each othnr. '! the polar regions ; and surely lie who has faced of Congress to provide for the contingency I; Mexican Mission .11'adridTieMexican sent out a very respectable number i>f graduate .

1 frequent casual disputes or quarrel*, with I.I j.&frs. t j.I. We say, that in common with the entire ) mentioned. J I Question to be settled-Protectorate Mission not a small portion of whom have occupied

I t : Cunningham, and among other things, I, public, we believe! that the stained and dnp- I imminent dangers, and endured severe --, ++ I j,Jj of Gen. Rangel-Sympathy irith Spain- high positions as Presidents.. Pro-

1-I accuses fcer plnndenng hU safe of valua'ble ] ping miscreants who thus stood over the j privations, as detailed in that narration, i in The MassachusettsAnti-Slavery; Society : Local Havana and Cuba JYVvjf.HAVANA fessors of Colleges, and as members of the
1ft J ft papers to wit:111 evHence of debt '! murdered body cfllnrvoy Burdell on that ( making new discoveries, to map out the oj have pa bed resolutions d denouncing. Wn.j i Feb. .11, IS:7. :i various learned professions. And Jet. that

I t;inEt !:ersdf, of several! hundred dol1r.t .- t horrid Fii'Iay night, were Mrs. Emma A.unniugham I ccan for future voyagers, and, mOle thm: rfo.N;, t'. i?. Senator from Massachusetts, for : The institution has never been endowed. It .
and Jo.p! A. Erkel If English steamer Clyde, which arrived depended for mainly tokJon (en.
in tfjfi
be is free making wo are upon
.a charge agair. tii! forth the ] .
t : went on kindly errand of mcrcy his letter to tho Worcester Disunion Conven here on the 8th, brought out the two Mexican Since the of the Grammar School
heave-i separation
her, she commences suit against him, lading wrong may forgive us fur Iho t!
I I I her darasges at 810,000, bat this dispute is i I thought !: to carry relief possible! to.the mi-Mng pci.eith5c tion. Several of the speakers denounced him Generals Lafrngua and Range! The former from the College proper; it has rewvred some

ixpiuilSon another is I in goes 'as Ambassador Extraordinary. to Ma/I- aid from the City Yet k Bas always !-
r: compromised without going into Court, and -i---- j Country, a'man plnin English ; even Senafur SU.NJIKB, Treasury.
f the.f DoctOr :i\'s her a bond, guaranteeing !:, Suspicions of Foal Play. ; Xvhoso character, f.nne and unorne equally I J JlP.. HALT! & \, were not entirely j rid, with ample powers to arrange all the past secured a full and learned Faculty,and1

j tka itoafe1'K>> her till the following June, ami From the sudden ci a'peJrac'; of Mr. I deserving of our admiration and -oar Splr\tl. difh'cult'65. He has taken passage in the has more than repaid the city foe ths,cost of

!:1 I binding hm:: ? 'lf not to injure ori'Jterfero '.H'TII; ; Janjes Estevez, a cigar manufacturer, and an th1Hk'ha.t'er jealousies differences S _5- ___ __. i i Ysabel la- -Cati.lica- _. which- vcs-el leaves hereon its support. Hundreds. tf. voung mD' have
: or "
:; S her agiiin. This: is the stale of things i iii the i. oM.JTe Mdent of thie ciy, suspicion)* h3b'en I ( j the l-itl Senor Level, the Spanish I received a Uouegttte education, ana prove?
: c.7
i ; house, No.31 B/o/ :>d street, on the afternoon I!f 'aroused ii: the minds of hi> friends that hen.'vs. : of opinion! may exist between- 10 different nation Stranger" to little boy- Well my I I Charge in Mexico, returns home by tbname valuable members of the c irsonily. who
the hole scientific world united little-; son, :tint % ou lost t !" j I steamer. These two gentlemen will have have remained in
: tif Friday, the 30th! of January. !1 1t. fallen a victim to assassination or suicide.- i( arc in might perfect, obseurity.
t.t f I ..-1..: .At five oMock on that Rft.-rnoon, Mrs.Cunningham |i( He has not hen seen in tnia city since about j j the common object of extending the realms Little boy, stepping bat k and toeing the ample time during the pdygagu to discuss the The President of the College'. Mr. Middletoo.
>. the 7th inst. and abput affairs of the quarrelsome litigant I am informed and the Principal of.the School, Mr.
: says she saw the Doctor go out. great surprise his absence i of science and prosecuting new discoveries.In stranger Look here, mister, don't be- so High
t She epent the evening at home with her two ,, prevails among hia friendsV c were I familiar if please I not I that Lafragoa carries with him strong Bruns, are both graduates rth'af! !stftutio',
I the of Arctic history, the name ofthfe you am unprotected, !
S 1 '_ daughters, Mr. Eckel and Mr. Snodgrass.At .- C acquainted with him: and always found: him sin pages his proofs of Levbla's precipitancy in driving and, by the way, both of item' bate mently
., lamented Kane will bo landed down to laying Hand on a revolver ; "you must matters to an extremity. He demanded the '
? half past nine, the two daughters retired honest, upright' thrifty and laborious man.- I received tOO t title oIL L. D. Here t.Pree is a
to their rooms, on the fourth flow; and Mr. i lIe evinced no signs of mental derangement, :I [posterity with honor and renown for the gallY.nt I remember I am, a gentleman." I execution of the assassins within eight day a' College which has prai g'rom 'a <7rm mar

, t ",StS S S npdgras, after going to the cellar for a i I and hi? protracted absence is a cause of much aid he has given, and the brilliant part -- -- notice, regardless of the tribunals. He was School, which has educated a fcirge Bomber
t J w& IMKACI-IABLI:.-Dr. Hall iocommend& told that ju-tice vvou'd! be done, but that the xvhich has talent far
t fearful I I of men, developed
80nnc apprehenMons. He is
: _. S -.pitcher o water, retired to his. At ton a he has taken, in carrying out discoveries in the young !
: S ": \'Mir/Cunningham, accompanied by Spaniard by birth, dark complexion, black far North. byway of prevention against taking cold, law must have its course. At the expirationof tho benefit of the city, xvniph i has sappISed th*

: Mr. Eckel, went to tte kitchen, and ordered I hair and eyes, 35 or 40 years old, speaks bro I that persons going out of heated rooms into the notice, he requested his pa'spoits for learned professions with valuable member,
S The resolution and skill, the intrepidily, indomitable himself and tfea whole legation. How would which has teachers time variooi
ken about 135 provided for
: the servant Hannah to be. Between tend I. weighs pounds/ nd is about the open ar: should keep their mouths shut"
eleven she says, she parted from Mr. Eckel ; S.feet 7 :nthes in height. energy and perseverance displayedby The caution the authorities of this island have actrd, had kinds ef schools and professors and preaidt'DU
t wise and
;.5 and a few minutes after that, went to his Any information concerning him or his Dr. Kane and his equally gallant associates may very judicious, Great Britain demanded the pe-inptory pun. (or Colleges, and which. is rising to eminence

f' door and handed him a note which had been hereabouts, transmitted to the Daily Sun, I in their several trips, in the cause of but what are the do i I Ithis ishment of Backshouse's assassination { lo rapidly, and yet has never been fuHy etxlow-
Columbus Ga. will be received -4 case the criminals have never been arrestedjrobatilv ed. Why not the same be done in Talhassee -
S left for him that evening. This brings mat thankfully by may
and entitle
science him the
humanity to '
ters down 10 nearly eleven o'clock ; and, from his anxious friends. Florida papers please: gratitude Dr. Kane i is without doubt now dead. A because they are not known. t Well may you say, sir,. "tht location .

.that time, none of tho inmates of 31 Bind copyl:-Daily Sun, 20th. not only of his own nation but of'tho despatch received on board the Quaker City, The Mexican authorities are now trying the here is 'point gained? It is a tonsjderatioa -

.vreevN... ......,.:.te,rJlprl bv the slightest noire. ; British people, who-we, arc fast to believe at the moment of leaving, says he was still case, and will do justice, because it is right of no small importance to.hare an institution
A neighbor on the opposite hide ot mest, ort ; WASHINOTON, Feb. JO.-The Senate has will readily accord the due meed of praise to that it should be done ; but no nation should at home for education of oar chil
passed t'-.c'! bill conn ..:.. alive, dying very hard, but could not live suffer herself be bullied into '
tl to
: of
; 4i')xjieyer, at a quarter! of II. heard the tramp titloa.of tha the of who justly deserves it. doing her dren.. But there are oth r pofnUworthy
r '.5 S offset, and Jtte cry of '"' Murder repeated States to swamp lands, has passed the bill memory one through the day. Ho was attended by his duty.When note. Suppose that after. osgantzation i of

.'-. 4iwire., .in. .,half-stifled voice. The noise introduced to secure an equal distribution of Dr. Kane has won a world-wide and enviable mother, brothers, and other relatives. Gen. Rangel's arrival was first iw- a College or, Scientific School. as7 many ss

I I .7 .ee'n 'd,:he sald, to come from Dr. Bardell's the public lands to the States, and to iucreaac reputation for his noble efforts to discover tho '.- *. ticed it was reported that be had been commissioned I, twelve only of the !outh'( th5?city should be

: -e V(1 :.:house, and holinrrivd! to the front window, the pay of the army officers.In : fate of the unfortunate Sir John Franklin.For .- 0:7 The highest salary paid tbe Governor I I to go Washington and ask for graduates, .annually, for. severalsaeeejuva

S fI ,? >JS'jibd'IodKed over the W1}'. Bnt:the noise had th<{: House, the bill to repeal the laws of: two years ho persevered in his efforts, at of any State in the Union is paid in California tho protection of the U. S. Government incase I _years, who ,.might othorwfse I .'have'been sect*

.<, :'''' "ceasedj'aRd; ,judging: his ear to have I been deceived Kansas, ordering a new election of the Le. tho head of Baffin's Bny, to proceed Northward 810,000 ; and the lowest is in Vermont, : of a war' with Spain. The Prensa of I abroad ( .their diploma?,and allow for iscim

'S SS, by-some street affray he'turned and gislature, has been passed by 20 majority. 750. Louisiana pays 0000, and Virginia the 10th, says that he ha* changed his mind, an expcudituro'of only"8500 per:ammiu; 'tk|
35S went to -; : To' other neighbors detected Tho submarino bill has been recommitted to during winters exceeding in Severityany $5000. and ha& takn passage for Cadiz, having had I' city would save ,tha| 6Obo : nnnthly.a Jt jj

S S '"E'.' ...ihe smell .01 urniovoolrri at intervals h9- Committee of Ways and Means for that have been before recorded. His explorations .. --. his eyes opened to the troth during; bis'short i reasonable! supposition"? thnt,at i '* asune riI
S .. that and *. 0.amendment. embraced the entire ice-bound stay here. I doubt very much if Gin. Ran- .
rough night.
f? .s Jbjoftgb. gusty _ S EXTRA ;::SSlO\-Tho President of the thera4wouI4. DijtAe U' School.:
In tho ttkarnlnir at half-oast eicht o'clock. g-l ever had such a commission. If.he hal I CoU
I S shores of Smith's Sound, and a new Channel at leasllji'cj
t tth ttt
From Washington.NOTOJT United States has issued a Proclamation, he would certainly,,proceed oq hjj yoath not ngi g
1..d : discevered; the Doctor'spiuc w \to
8 f xvas by :( from :y t Admit that
into "
expanding northeastern :
Oft ; ,bOlt who p.t once gave the alarm to v. ,Fob.2 .-The House passed curve an convening the Senate at 12 o'clock, on the fulfil it like a faithloi! w mior, nnj pol allow, $400 7 tpeld here ea

iI._S the J n1i1'y." !I Cunmcjbam. on hearing tie Post Office appropriation, and tabled open Polar sea. This great water-course em. 4th of March next.Arl'aOPlu.dE.Jr.. himself- be }ImmbUpjjed- theao people, I 000 a-veraco, I\you haw the ifeoy cf W\

the sews, wept and tore her hair,but she' the resolution.ousting Whitfield from his seat bodied an area of three thousand square miles, -I.- f wbo, fQJled: : tb the cowardly attempt to nvb I of the pernnnum. Add to this die,.xI
profetftors asid 51 ting
did pot go down stairs to look at the corpse. as delegate from Kansas. The Senate passed .entirely free from ice. It washed a bold aDd SEWARD, UJQ Black the territory of ah unt'nqtctiig fiiehdly the tatoD, of erlOD &e.
i power :'city account cf .CtUlge
S : Mr_ &nodgr&a 1 nt for a pbyslciaoand Mr/ the bill authorizing a Slab Government for seek to shako off'b'
f mountainous coast, which Jl Leen. charted S. Republican.Senatir, jaa Introduced a bill for \ odium of their infamy ''&e'and it-lsbynomeans.hnrobsblei dI.a1
\t .; .lJLA& '$ mo' down stairs, but MrvEcfcel, Minnesota, with an .l amendment allowing by abusing the institution and :
: as high a* latitude 82 deg. 30 mill. Theso the exploration of the river pressof the even within feveazsTaUaha8aeefl'J"benefitted
in. none but citizens of the United Stales .
lber':, u It would appear to the note'.left to.- ,.United States. lean tell' tiuse gentlementhat the ,*
-.5 S vot;. S, S discoveries WCI'Oaml_ admirable)supplement to ;jhoab"various ways to
;for bilJr Tcolbe! night before bad '" there are hundreds of -
: goner --- .. The Scott and Bavis correspondence has young and brave' nioant of 950,000 annually. I am acqW
9pt b*f 01' which he bad t the oxplorations of nautical hearts that
breakfast a thing S. T previous adventurers. been ,would hail the news ef a Spanish ed with at the S
S \.iJf I.ld91-: T> (-PrNeDtil the, Coroner WASHINGTON,. .Feb. 22nd;-Tbe Foreign"Sound printed by the Senate and occupied two invasion Mexico wkh'joy and hope. Theunavenged South Semtnariesjn wverI places o the

S 4..rJ. o.4spamrtook. charge of tho house Dun treaty,bind ,t th*. Spates signing hundred. and sixty-four pages. blood of ',the patriots sacrificed tbat-areeMiiate&a. briM}
.Jjearned1 .and scientificsocietita.n both : _. places where r :
they t lo4&tetlL.tyuLRJv :
:'.- oA3V.::Uhoro.ugh seafjph.On' ihev Dae "it dpaywtMtknpatdsof --thirty.million to the for .of M..*. crie for the law .
..16 i.' addition :RixdVikrYK1rtu I, .*,,, : ;8tyjjM:of tEo' Atlantic, appfeeiatfngUVlmpor.ta&cVof ,. 0- Accounts, !front Salt Lake state,that Ta- annup t coosiOtr Uua & "IWII.'ei
t. 1od3:'Jn: to ,the, marks ot.!the ', S S .. ;1 1 ; ; lioft) and we may. all live to- see its applica 1t,' I .IC
ecmaidei- a
R- )Ijgaiore; that'was intended, to :.siranglo hinj } t .s.1 _I Dr. Kariieft gebgraphjcal. 'dbeovcries// : BI Igham,YAtg.. is fast declining towardaihe5 tion.. .*-*/-" .'';- ? ,.: .; rt.: QD 'fur-.t.beit.J.Qcp
'J "'-'> ha.W. c ett'f
S were' fiftsetf deeply incised. wounds, the lastufT krilEt: twtl'Oli tb&!! .havtf paid,him i N.tjllag'!complimen' f VTn'electing !,grave. I i'J ,. I have restrained'''from AvritJngabtoi: the S sza : W4, '.).A.Nt..:119raWoc1d\ 'J it

,,'" "i: lcJr ,ljad; a YdthSCUtid Kttorjf.irrtbVnkT .5 'J e. ...._...-f3._'":.'O.. ii 4 f 'hirri.honorary *aenib>"r and awarding hiiq theirl ". S m_ 5: fair, Guyies\ until) -now."?,t'lhfr hopeihat. ''bsgaisisrittu.b".tLeJ'8emiuarv..I1t.L.( .,. .J: _. ..

_:- -- DdflpOn.'broacll t oothisTeaat I_.VNW F b. 2 The Grand .. :HUMORED TKTATT WITH Mzico-or.: ,about certain ..
5.i'<-' ; YoMj } : Jury 'tn edal' .- .;* ,I :Deports parties being engaged. Far'was?feaxfe"Irf:t r.f.CU.r.co11.**t?**
: o respondent of the ,Nexv Y Qrk' ;
p. S .h.Iwaflry and! frM : ) Herald writes in !!;;
ya.indiotejd r.Sure1.r..l1Digbt
'Carkingfiam E prove1 .
:the locatloa '
.: S : "t.1 iii .Jm 'l though! a'a'citizen of Florida and (far fromMexico nuder ..of thIS \itw\tc\ "P
s iGtiaft jdocKlgra yea < atefVehniy1 that .
dM h L1h6 fd'b ,
y JE. > ** U tfs a: i wi.a. fnTitch ,& & VJJMii'Vi ttaway ':! inquiry convinced thAt these .
', .5 S J .' ; rt"tI1edrIpfI4 aiiiti tncbdr .t) U bat YrfV.d irei.flwpo.Tpp. I' .fron",ftH....jh .immedjately! oncerned!!: :i the': (bn'llie: prpvioos evening-A',treaty hjuS been) 'rOiji'tEwere ,hut too well monndjdiiThnoi,! ::r, i.'.Q 1i..ICUtit.. 'C\tM-.f,1ft pZbr.tht, 'r- w',i"axuni. ;d beC
: alj, 1! (beiitsMarkx cf.bIo i 'ni Dem"vb'thf.' arrIval l do t-% Rfesnd.ch4 n cl .m,, :ij ntp; t iy 'sfgnexl between the United Suics and Mexico .nityind tIa.Kadaal. ..- u. ,;II 1,_& .I..L ,.'VoI:. .
S ot a th adj k"n R ..Ih"beJlfn. bMa .c Cdl t t d'b :tJ2 f: rpJ bI&1f9 i a 1iDt.tb' : 4n4 ,' by which this"government;'it& loan vfoafoo-of! } the ;bwrraie.well, known tDQqL JaU QU\.ttJr 'P. tro" y" 5
.:':hea b.itirub d the&.h&Dd'.ancrrdria '{ ,. j e 815,000,000. .Of.this .tii'.3oooooo: goes 'ei1rnm nlttR. ,. ctrithacit,. .u..ppee pr
r.pGrt&EibaTlnrnvtta .
..'I 'I. $ Ne ; : pacUfnMh* <:'iathtr;:of ontf .ttmO bW4t jet
: iarT6rwff1.Yf1inifkg.df hitto ( t.&ha te .a&
% iatbfthrS W oclWD = on.18ifI.11.i Y. i-' JI ,, on to'paj'Atuerican,clajms. tri Sfor'thoL
: security ofbii eriI'i aitbTwho I Its'
fl r
: .j. -1S- cS
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,,., ; ;;ff( ;; ': '' ; ; goished .LL1. 1.-.1'fIU
I S t i' f b .S 1ni rf. ;""'(.. '. 'C'- j ':0 !"' '.TL k -""1" 0thOVJQdi '..v. .' {hj 9'ti Jt""J""i 11. 'k'iiuci) 'mens'4r< loan;:the,.Untted! Sutes are to receive' ;fifteeti' ';1r'Il; di'J.4rt' .. rneI rdgIj.) II i.It13t ilLUporiionjte11pl4tsL3: )..,. t\t rrosre t
S :r 1fiI r.uUrt-lt.i1.I&o-, ra ml 'biIl tlri cfjth., Di. .h t fa'1ftd 8kUi per cent of the i st&fu'i,11' MringernentaarebIO.t0.bpWlC !'fft :
r 'r .. j_ -, .w' W1IJ. 'j .J ., 1 ; bJt.'rYtJU'hOpetbat' .. ; fr ,for a&l11I '" I. it at'\'J"'I' '"
! .S. .'.4 'tnto a Toom in fronts Tfcer*w. li"ir jfS5 t 1 -- i'rtP6r UUf: !WhOlUYlBmimiI.4.nati9D..1tI9\1 4i1ii11(t g ;, : for,_rnotp unr stricted'coin'morcial : \ 'tlW1t1ttQfi.tS. CJ' nZq lOt t.J.U,. t.1-oj yiJ1 ,dha. -. th4tvyFunti' I"M.
on the knob'oTthbowand1iiapct.oc4loo contcfo l foal t' diil 1 Jntorc. ; t'a'iP.tI'c! f or
as' athf'f No man n
; > i4y."n| hai J left behind him nQ LQD'
U ;., -There was here, n\to\ a grat. pur. irUn, Ii,.' d !er\ing pnpnlnr 8rrJII1 a rrpotsmorv Pn- tries.the suiic postal": t'me.Jri-t )tl'iJl'sn''C int rytrstiOi Lit tlieo7uee, 'l1ud tio.dJ'olt: is.'ilY. .",':rfu.c! pprta'_ :i[JtDe"IT. .t't _,.'IIUJ .... \ 8" ':'-.'

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n3 u ; richness $ of its cmb<-ljsbraentjand| the low for cash apply' ,, ,ptrITBLS. .. limf ;
t that : quality rn dim ,Ja .. ..... I.
and it i* to bQ topid* &oXeipsatar] *frill c JOHN W. RAYSOR. Crushed SaP I .1. -
continue to sdsUinTJhtHji er-m Ks efforts .fewhoiwprj. W t may aaftlj affirm Twelve mi%*'pqiitlTeaet} of MwitieelK p-10 1 M best Holland Gin! __ __ __ .raodtn. sioun's.1JIol hb&i WILL tUZTU : :; _- -

tb Uoufi tnua cn6cedj' that thris -.cheaper} 3f aguilne;published.Addre Feb. :, .K. 9 i T 1 .. Jamaica Rom, a'nd t'fdJI Jr..ttnU1.-1hat I ,, (
to prevent }bdbff\ ** 2 Amerknn Gin, made IU.1thlJ1. C. V". by, !'bIehtakehbup ,DRU._ & :; r UJ' "'tf8 U
ander thP P flfrL1C < ( tc* U'f\Uo' '., : 'F .5 ARTHUR & CO. : bUmz' .
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List Letters > .- I t 'i
Taking, boy the. aoovtt"iow caUVnajfc. the : : fi ;f : iI : '; 1
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arvilIJiAve\ ar > ** .. in the Poet Office, Tallahafsse., FH! .
Sm7r & endowment jf ftoO. -- .. 6 Boxes Uaccarotii. ,
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:: 000 whi$.J3 Sow cou .idered. ijuiralcpt' J tto ; : ''- .- -. .- -. ,. A...d.PtT"whL R. PJtT from N. OlCtRJzN8 I -' OT1: ;' 't:
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" Your vE iii j : FLORIDA.-.the: plrIt.ofrnprevemont : ";- .nr G M.AtnJerjwivL O Ateer, B .W Adafw". ,. : and i ia now prepared la etcataU w ofk in z. .. "
fa tfrdowtmt.1 off profesKjfsnijw, or of ii J-V A hnn D'A eKton. i.I A.SIS Sidei.' I .' r pC..nnerof
'1 are: to1dii3 tbs.Flo.ndlAR (I. J to. theif line of twines TIt:
& reer rvat&n of'l&SOO f ddi.tin.J1Ju : A.Blanrton .. 6 th4Ie&at, ._.. C1intcit arid MftIIt'OI atiwb.IT.d4.
three, ,' -a.nd Jourta1"'qulte net1\"e r..siterta1e. B. HwfrsTL-Byra-(!).Mw! ". =- : ; Ironing and'Re* .
.ip, "
HoraeShccig., :
;. dmv.&c. 'It ig''o' n'ireasoanble All to the different Railroad A BedelLJKthn.Ufebe.B.CBakerSBi '.fTiercea-Swar Oured.-. Hams'"HEW'.. '. if and .. .Tauusfy19ieS%,<' ?':1" ".... .-.. .
Apposition; zbf.LarIQil.; Carriage Bvg:'
,: 1b'.tt.1.tbe 11e ber. F Brice. T J Be\l,.tt 41nnd.. H UrtlyJ T kE pairing n .
Cl1 p : bSemintry projects is giving way, and soon the people Bohhtndt Joo Blate,' M M" Brown (2.) R Bremby, 4Q Bbla."Family Fleer ./ \ 8 gic4, Plantation 'trorX" oTefjr .CoP. ..'. ." 'L1t'TT ., .
sessijwi of this i endowment -
.:. comes po' : it" will kite upon them; and push them tnrough. QWBranch. _' For.aT.10r' CASH by R.H.. BEBRY.Feh. tfacription"Afifl ,- ind.i scUati tLa Jay LM'1i' -

mill have been rcgnhiilv organized, is a Col We Wjoice to hear such good accounts from C.-A V Crmep ((2)) Capt J.B Cunningham. Juo. .14... 867. 7 -. /ro.w and TfjHtuing none, fnnifiggoiu Wa. ,psytntnhtpurtb M*" .

leg 't' Sc icntific School, \vitb Grammar oar iK ighbor They hate slept lo enough C Carpenter, ((2)) W Cannon ((2)) J WCook,T M CpA : Carts 'WHOL.ESALt.RETMtc4 J Clyatt, M D CoUon. J W Oouyera J Casteen, and ,,
Scbeol r..achvd having not !less than
and'should now wake up to their true i interf6t R L Campbell. F L Curry, E D Chisolm.((2)) and ia fact every other dwerfptlon of work made of 1 .".
hi the latter and
bundled iw the
pupils sixty ."Albany, Patriot. D.-F L Daney 2, J G Davis, Allen Davis, A JDoiier. tovite'tlie attention. of the. citizen of Iron and SteeL all of which we WARAT. and pledge d... aDcI-v ." .
former. If now the Board of Education, AS A B A Diokins. V Y Uu and the adjoining ooontiea hil. ourselves to exeente at the shortest notice. :

: 9Iey f re .>rcpo\Tered by the act of.,1851, fix Dr. H'Lane's Celebrated 'Yettalf&ge.tnd F.-C E Forman. Hon J J Finley, J 0 Felkell! S'took of G-ood. / U. R.TOTS.. AMES&LELYi ;
Feb. 14 ii''. t-ly i iI '
Mrs.Cbr'iKtina FelkelL ,
, tfeo T ate of. tuition iu the CollcgC'at. 50 per I "
md iu tho Grammar'School 833Vif -' Liter Pills. ,. G.-W Qevaltney. J H greene, 'C Gusset, Joel CONSISTING or I -- Tflfit will,be pla*.d top M IW.Yfj : -

an.jam' ; C2T A s'ragular combiiiation, bat-ferr eflfecliial, as Gruve, W Gevtee. R M Clover] R C Guthy G Ger- ROCK!if JL I Notice. -and patron*at U*.eU ddIi'.
tuition ;"money'will :antouutio $0300. BUGGIES, ,
the f wing"will shcrsr nard 2. Col N H Gibson, Miss M Glenn. eretlru1..wUla.&rtkJe..Irwp ua
: : KM made nrrftnjreiurntJ vith H. ,
; $300 for coi'tingencit*: thiroVill J F A A Henderson J Haskell A undersigned
jDedactinf; Hi,- Hicrgs 3, Buggiesuwithout Tops THE ; .
Kw Yen take of his Blacksmith Stop P ,. ,
;, Nov. 20, 1852. charge -
remain 6000, which wjfc.sustain: one jrrofes- S C Herren.J F Hermans. S F Ht-arstoa,E P Holmes, .D
WOO at four tutors at 81000 I pVr Knowing, from experience, the valuable qualities J J Hand J Holstein J W Hao-ison. 0 Henry 4, of a' aoolLjng that those who ride in them, and hand, and solicits for the new firm. tbe patronage :. aso 1t8iata, ; LtVV.T .Jf'.

ort: I an. of Dr. MXane's VeimtTuge and LiverPills, preparedby J A Hoy. T 3 Houghton Writ S Harris,G S Herbert unless th.y rue.p rt! ular.will soon find the delicious of bis old customers. D. C. WILSON. ._ ..
in I lu tn f school' with two I January 1,1" L
nnm. n R Henealt Misw A H H. -, dews of sleep with 'double nutriment'descending; Feb. 14, I87. 7lyNotice. '

teachifl-s, at a cost to.thecity of $2300 annually Fleming Bros. Pittsburgh, I hare fot sometime 'J -Wm Jones, F.Irwin, J Johnson.. Miss L Saddles'of all kinds I : ;

there' would be a Seminary of-Lea.rn- back considered it my duty, and nAtfe it my business J Johnson, .M M Jol.twon J B Johnson, S Johnson, s nod Martingales.; ; aD.Brid 7 MLLE3 NASH fthTDzAL1 ;;;

adapted, to the various-"ages and capncitit's to make: those articles known wherever I went among Jno Johnson. Iriel l. T Jones. J M' Johnson. Trunks, Valice and Carpet Bags; I HEREBY give notice that on the last Saturday of i i J

ing vY the youth'of.the city, with buildingsami my frieuds. A short time ngo I became acquainted K.-C W Kinsler, Mrs. S Kerr, Jno Kelsey, A Harness of all kinds ; February, 1887, there will be a meeting of the t." .: '" I..: .
I W Kin. 2.L.R. Stockholder of the Jefferson Southern Rigfcts Manuj j ,
with the case of ayoung gifl.who seemed to be troub. India Rubber and Leather Belting;
worth 855,000, and a faculty W Leverd R Leg At the Mooticello, for ,DRUGSJ'.ym 'i'
apparatus led Lanerset 0 Ll-yd, 11 S Hemp and India Rubar m Packing j facturing Company, Factory near
with ;
of four professors and four tutors. whit boo w rms and liver complaint at the same time, ry A H LinJsny, Wm J Lawrence. I Lacingand.Upp'r Leather; :i the purpose of electing five Trustees to manaye,theI

tvs %nh111e.clty; .: pay for this-? Tlie'conti'n- > aud had been auflfertng fur some two months. Through M.-W A Man. W MeSanma. W McDernard, Jai I Calf, Lining sod Sheep'Skin ; I business of raid company for tbe enuing vear. MEDICINES : OI1237. /

use' of the City Seminary! for tic| purposefor my persuasion ali; purchased one bottle of Dr. M'Lape's W McQueen 2. D Mocki W H Mill, J McLeod, JnoG Collars, flames, Tr.-vceJChains, Saddler'a Hard-ware, I WM. DElfHAH Sec'y.Feb.14.57. -

nous which tt was*established, anoVthe ( Vermifuge, and one b-jx of Liver Pfilt, wlilrta Mcsly. W W McCalL! Jno 'McSwain., Mr Mary A and in tot every thing kept in a Store 'of thia kind I 7 TT/OULD inform tielr'friend* and the pttfojtHT .
cxpen- Miller.X.! T they have oaJnu a rood jomtotet efi.
al.wt'JlIiA some things'which not, such for instance "- I II .
di' rc tif 82000 annually iu- the education of j she t ok according to diractious. The result was she J A Newkirk. H Nae] !. S Ncaley. as Cotton Waggons, a few are of whichare on I I Administrator's Sale. articles as ar geamU/kept ia.liefr Dqi.?, ,

her own. youth If this 13 not'a.!most unconscionable.bargain passed a la-ge quantity of worme and thinks that ooe O.-Wm O'Connel, P F Oaks, W 'Otis. baud and will be sold us Boon as possible. I virtue of an' order obtained from.the Hon. J. and Will be receiving re nlarlj freab nUmuaballWreaaoDaUe. 'pP1l :..;

(on the pnrt of the Slate) box more of the Pills will restore her to perfect health- P.-Z A Phillips, Mary Page, Col J 0 P.lot, J W BY Wayle Baker,Jud?e of the Circuit Court of .' iM-:

Joss to conceive what constitutes I Her name and residence Can be reamed by calling on Page. O W Pettis. A" B. Repairing done on short notice. I the Middle Circuit of Florid. I will offe- for sale atBellvitle. Tallana..'April 9th WI:. .14.. .4 : .
I am :1t. R.-J W Raltcree, J A Renfroe. R H Roundtree.
E. L.Tbeall ; of and Monroe Tallahassee, :Feb. 21, 67. S.--3m Sent Hamilton cotmty, Fla on the f Saturday : 1
hft"I"J:1iriIt: b toonght that in Druggist, Rntger [ copy. HUGH A. CORLE7
W Mrs
soch a nwy R Rxan. T P Randolph 2, J R Rasjan It i in March next ft part of the reel! estate James a. I II A ,_. .' ;.
the preceding t'6 m\f!.110 .11OWaUCeha31Men, streets. RUII elt. --- --- Bell, late of said county deceased, to wit 160 serve I II .

mnde'for those rvho might b.adniittf free .f f Jy: Purchaser will be careful to ask ftfr Da. Y'L.uu's S.-Mrs M D G Sibly. JJ Siuly, David SmithJr. I Atlanta Medical College. I of land known'M lot No 2, m section No 7,- and lot i Attorney at .Law,

i i. order to becttii'.e junlified a'S teachers : CILPBRATED VEsinft'OE, manufactured I Nancy Btnallwood Caroline Smith. Suaj Shaff.It *. I I No 6. in sectIon No 0, all in Townsb.ip.ffo 2. Range ''.
C Sandy. W E Ltewnrt H & E B Scale. D Spirs npIIE THIRD COURSE of LECTURES in this North and East. Term of sale made known on :, .

of Common) Schools. Not. so. A somewhat FtEMlxo BROS of Pitttburgh, fa. All other Ver- Miss E L Strong. J A.Knijrht, C Scott, A J Smiley, JL INSTITUTION, will commence on the first 111. day. MATILDA BELL, Admt"x.I:I January 17, 1857. >-ly. ", .

eit nsh'l 'trxpeilence justifies me in the n'lfuges in comparison are worthlesa. Dr. M'Laae's C S Sibley. J W.Sessions, Stmn ShaHk. MONDAY in MAY next, and continue four Months. Feb. 14. '5?. 7-4w ; (

f opinion that 'I hare h iiot over-es-timated the genume Va-mifuge, also Lis celebrated Liver Pills, 'I\-V Tanner M Titus, A J Tarbutton,P H Tolle, FACULTY: I f Dr. Miles H. 'Nadii .
W Sarah Tindell.
probable nun.hcr of paying pupils, including can now be hand I' at all respectable drug stores. W.Thomas-Isaac Wilson Etiza Wilson. H Watson, E RWillinm Alexander Means, M. D, Prof of Chemistry and PLar : Notice. I II OUEU BIS raotts 03ui8Evicu TO TBZ crnajr_ __.oto /

of r<.ursef those-for whom the city will l pay.Moreoyej None genuine without the aignature of *. T Ward. Henrietta Walker, C Winzell. macy. I FOUR week after date I shall apply to the lIon.i T.u.UIU.NI&, DUI1O'J1 OOt3ftA?.

the teachers called form this cnlcnlauan i [1] FLEMING BROS. Mortha Wileox. G S Wil on, T F Wilkerson S, J M I IWilliamR H. SY.:Brown, M. D. Prof. of Anatomy. i c of Probate, Jefferson county f ir an order with Dr. M. NUh,1UIT.dIIt.T ., I'tI.
John W. Jones M. D., Prot of and Practice
Principles and decree for tbe sal of the following described OFFICE .
could attend'to a mb h larger num ----------- .r 2. J W Wood. J B Wootten, J Williamson, : -" '..-
A E Williamo. B C Warner. of Medicino. land belonging to the estate James R. Tucker, deceased .
her \\Hhbul difficulty. It is not;o )be expected I, Tallahassee Market V.-Dr C C Van Mrck.t W. F. Westmoreland.] D, Prof of Principles and to-wit'The W | of the N E J of See 9. and I May 19. 1855. fO ,'

however. thit all the details of sneh au ] COTTOS.-FEB. 26,1857.-The saVs this: week a Persona enquiring for any of the above letters Practice of Surgery. I I the E i of the N W of Sec 9. oil in Township 1, of I MEDICAL

arranjeJii| 1.ellt sliall! be 'consitleied. in this disKSsioLn. 1 inuun'itig to 400 balea, sold at the following prices: will please say thcv are advertised. I Jesse Boring M. D. Prof of Obstetrics and Diseases of Range 4, N and E. sl o the 3 E l of Sep 20. Township I -_..NOTiCE.f- :*
Wonen and Cbildrel1.Joseph
." Jlia\B I merely 'attempted to show .fiO *t 9. 60 at 91, 50 at 10, 50 atTO|. 60 at 11, 50At MILES NASH. P. M. I 82, Range 6, N and E. containing 820 acres
H 50 at 20 at 12 SOat 124. Kov. P. Logan, M. D., Pro of Physiology and Gen more or leu. To be sold for the payment of the debtsof DR. BUR OUGKS, i
what nwy reaso'nabry. l IMJ Something } llf. _29, 1856._ __ ((83)) 48-1 W I eral Pathology. sold ettste. .
SEA ISLAXB IDO bales sold 1C to 25. Market
ho vevcr,.ha* Iie(-H omitted. Nor is it i clewed at J. G. Westmoreland, M. D.. Prof. of Matcria Medica VnA. 'H. WARE. f' HAVING locntedln Tallahawe offer hi* .,-.
firm. An Ordinance
a ron'su1* ratiofl of f minot Importnucp. .Tell HEIR & COLE Cotton Brokers. I and Medical Jurisprudence. SMITH SIMKINS, J Adintra.Feb. services to the poolfe. Offl t app J St| !
TJ rai.. a rrvenuefir the City of Tallahantt.frr I Dr. Barnard'Drng Store. A t
I IJl ,
'Leon FEES 14. 57. 7 4w '
is Titllnlcissee townor : '
"dr. or or v .
any I .
thtfitcalytar commencing on tfiefiitt dy of A- : Dee. to, 1856.. 51-6n .
coimtv 1 .rested'in the Seminary West of IG 'I pit, in the one thousand eighlfliitjidied andfiftyseven. For the Course of Lectures, $105. Matrieulatioo i
the Suwannee, to be au exception in tbe e crcise I..J rl If.l. w' J j year I (once only) !5. Dissecting ticket (taken once) f 10. I Notice.ALL t
I. Married at tbe residence of Lewis D. Jones of Graduation Fee $25. i persons having demands aeninst the estate of I Dr. :1ST.; G. McDONALDllQ .
.' Of 'liberality towards literary institutions 1. Be it urdained by the fnlendant and ,
SECTION I The increase facilities for tbe Study of the various T. Clark late of Jefferson county, deceased I '
GacUdcn ountv. Fla.. by the ReJOIPp US Anderson riCELLO .
i ". In'estimating: the probable resources ; Council nf the city of Tallahattee, brapcbes of Medical Science, that will be afforded the I will tike notice that they must pfeeiit"therato < FLA. -

via College, in llis part of the Stato. must I on tbe 10th February. Dr. WADE CULBERT-- I That the 1st s-ction of the], I e't'nucet of the year ensuing session, will make the course ail that is de ; the undersigned duly authenticated within the time I \\riLLattenclwitaaasidooaaeare, all .M .6T -
SON. of Ga., to Miss GEORGIA 164C. be and the !:une is Contained in full force as i. sirable. I T truatedtobiin. '
in bar
the generosity of her citizens be ;'nored ?- .J Floyd county prescribed by law or this notice will be plead 1'-
part of lbi Ordinance. The Diiwfctme Room in the of their and all indebted said Office adjoining that of Col.
tlll.ll JONES of Gadaden. new College building. I recovery; persons to Dilvcr&j
Must it be.tkltl for granted appeals i( SEO. 2. B- further nd-nntd That these' shall le furnished March 22. 1856. 1 1 '
with nod with sound immediate
sky.light, supplied I estate are hereby notified to make pay J' ..
;. to the cotir.nur.ity in behalf of the hnlls of i Hurried iu Gadsden county, February 19, by Dr. levied and colla 'cd the following taxes for the fiscal material will be opeued by the 15th of April. orient to the undersigned. _

eci"nceLcre, will prove utt ily unavailing! ? I Davil L. White \1;. SAMUEL HARGROVE to year commeucm: on the, let dRY of April, 1856: i Good bo-ird can be had at $3 to S4 per week. I JOSHUA TAYLOR Admt'r. j I R. H. BERRY- :.
Cnn "prfi j-sorship1!? 11*t be i-n.lowed as well] Miss IOUI3A. ,-Y'i i I-Upon merchants vending goods, wares and For further information. addres Feb 14. 'li7. 7-8w j '.
tjieicLft'idizc a tftx of thirty-five cents on every hundred I Auctioneer andMERCHANT
iitiiimmH9mmm mmmmmmm **mmmCrr .l i :
in. Flojida. }by tfre }tiffactioup of piivalt i ijdividual : I dollar in value of the stock n trade on the first i Atlanta, Oa. Feb. 21. '67. 8United Notice. I

l*. *3 hi ether States of this Confederj j fl CM3 1 n A.. rr *7 day of April next us uear as the annie can be ascer- j -
ct' ) II. ? "Rlicn 1i i? seen that thc : of the j SIX Tsi.iJusutfla.epL91855. .
It becomc-s our painful duty tj record a most ad 2-Upon ail venders of goods, wares and merci an- States Mail. Court. of Leon county, my accounts and j "
furnishes good ground: for the ex-
Xeglshf ; bereavement in the fatnily circle of Mr. 1. W. and dize (other than Itiuerant traders.) who shall com vouchers as Administrator of the estate of Matthew j
pectatl; 'n) thata Seminary of 1 Learning of high Mrs. of Leon Florida. mcnce business after the first day of April next, a tax FLORIDA. J. Allen deceased and at the same time apply for a JOHN B. LLOYD ,

order will ultimately be etabished.ber! will ELIZA A. SAC.MDERS, county thirty-five cents on every hundred dollars in value i final discharge from the fuither administration of said i -A.ia.otlo23.oor

hesitate Two very iubTenliug children have lwen taken almost of their stock in trade. to be estimated and assessed enUte. R. O. ALLEN. -
those whp have.: the means XvhenJ POST OFFICE DEFAanntTr' ) I A N DCOMMISSION
at the same time,from their! tinbrace. WASHING forthwith their commencing buyinesa. Feb. H. ji. 7-6m i I
idjn tHa of
called upon to : ; upbuilding anjistitutiou ; February 2, 1857. J f -
TON" L. died the Sib inst.. in the 20th 3-Upon all household furniture,including gold and !
which- be .useful-and year OPOSALS for mails
may ae as ere- silver plate and inuMcal instruments, and all P carrying the of the United For Sale.THE , Floridaas any College in any of \ of hi* :ge. The dis-ape with which he was afflicted watches a tax t>f thirty-five cents on every upon hundred States from let July, 1857, to 30th June, 1859, I Tavern stand now occupied by l. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

tie} States I C&tJ not one hundred indirid. J settled on brs longs ami he v.-a.s ktwn relieved from dollars in value thereof. on tie following routes in the State of Florida. and in I su1r Keadle. in the town of Qoincy, I II July! 15. 1839. -1t ,- -

uals 'ticJovTid irA-j irould give 8200 per ennvoifpr 1.15 unGeri1 g.. They had scarcely consigned their son 4-Upon all improved or unimproved town 1.&. a I. the times Office herein of Ibis specified Department;will be until received 3 P. the of Contract tbe i I il,fti& is for sale on reasonable terun' lr.loca."YJ -- ,- .

that the h .ilent home of the dead," whtn FLORIDA 'I tax of thirty-five ctnU ou every hundred dollars value I I tion for a Tavern,for which purpose it ba | .
fitc years, -and thus, in brief pei i, to thtrcof. SlatMjrch next, to be decided by the 25th April S. S. KNIGHT .
by him and others, is moat convenient "*r j ,
nod 'en oll'JOltt" professorships a Scientific i INDIANA, their daughter, fell a victim to the mon- 5-Upon all slaves! owned or employed ia the ety.: I: f-i!l lowing: / securing the largest amount of travel fronting imme-I i AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT

School 1 Could not one hundred men i ibe sti r,and went: up to meet her brother iu the skies (to be pmd by the owner or owner thereof.) a tax I 6SGO From Cedar] Key to New Or.pan; La. end i ist'ly on the main street by which the llrtbernI .

'found in Florida who would do what was i hhe bird on the 11th the 15th year of l her age. of thi ty five cents on every hundred dollars value back, three tiinta a week in steamers. '! stage enters the town. For ttrms apply toH.MUSE I j I TALLAHASSEE: FLOKJDA.

done man Massachusetts, M, Law- less than three lIne. thereof. j. Bidders will propose a schedule ot departures : Qllin J". I September, 1865, OS
by one Thus days they -cn deprived and .
arrivals! and will tbe
6-Upon all pleasure carnages, and upon all Horses state Ifat time in | Eeh. 1. 1657. R-8w. I '
reie t the half. ? of what was b.y one I' of their dearest A I which will T -
of t-vo earthly treasures. very sod mules kept in the city a tax of thirty-five j they guaranty to perform the \ WILLIAM

individual in North Carolina, Mn Chambers f |. shurt time: previous to their death, health: bloomed cents on every huwlred dollars value thereof. j trip. ; New Drug Store at Centreville. I SCOTT, .t

Surely, the liberality the -community. their cbet'Ri. They had fond'y! hoped that'' 7-Upnn all Auction Sale, II tax of cue half per | Proposals for daily servico will be considered. B. N. Gardner & Co. = A 1rirOtM T LAW,
(I upon Fernandina
6831 From New
ceo*.upon the gross amouul of sales. York, N. Y, and ,
be penmfted, to some extent, to entar into a j tliey.would have been the cemfort of their declining I 8-Upou all BAck Agencies, buying or selling ez I back three times a week in steamers. on baud a good assortment and will be 1 MONTICELLO FLA.

comparntiv slimalo of the resources of the j years,but now they are gone God has seen proper change, drawn upon any place beyond the Hruiu of I Bidders will piopotur'a schedule! and will state HAVE receiving a fine supply of DRUGS July aD,1853. 30 t 1..JarCILU.

Seminary. Bu't I mast not forget the purpose r to take them to Ilill .Ir. They both gave evidence I this State, a tax of one oeut upon every hundred dollars the least time in which they will guaranty which th y will sell oo as good terms as can be.

whh which I set out. I would fain hope called their and in amount so bought and every hundred dollarsin : to perform the trip. bought in the county. ..._..a__T.-"BUtCUn--a- --CJl.ULD..BOW]
lhat I have shown, even to the satisfaction of i; of their acceptance, upon parents amount so sold for and during the year next preceding I Proposals for daily service will be considered. Centreville. Feb. 7. 57. 6-4t mRCl1.IS'I"r It DWO-,- .-
the whole family to join them in singing the praises ] the date at which the assessment of such tax 6862 From Fort Gates, by lola, Orange Lake, Fort i
"B.," that'tha transaction between the City { of Gfl, adQ then bid them all an affectionate farewell shall be made.9Upon Drane, Flemington, Wacahootie, and Shell j NEXT PACKET FORCHARLESTON ATTORSEYS AT LAW Jc AGENTS FOX CLAIM

Council .and the Legislature l h' all the element them them all Agencies of Insurance Companies a Pond to Long Pond, 70 miles and buck, ft'O. 49O Seventh irccf,
requesting to meet in S. C.
of a Contract, tbo enfficient consideration' I tax of two per cent. upon the gross amount of all oom- once a week. 1 WASHINGTON CITY. .
Though! painful this dispensation of Frotidencc ytoince for Leave Fort Gates Tuesday at 6 1 dERALD Keene master will 1
not excefiteil, and thnt the CityCuncU"did I nussinns received and during the year next prvce- ami; k&hpHE brig ,
before the Couii
make offer." it is His will, calmly] submit and any," Thy will, I. diu! the date ofusM .sment. Arrive at Long Pond next day b* p m 1 _iSC_*_ JL follow Brig Times for above port, TLosa .V-v-ii.l15raetiee of CWinaisip
not an injudicious j O God be done They cannot come to us but 10-Upon all White Male] Inhabitants between the Leave Long Pond TJjurf Jay at 6*a m I having cotton to ship will do well to harry it forward. & before Congress and tk.. s.r
eral .
If tQ what has been advanced be added the j ages of twenty-cue and sixty years, a Poll tax of one Arrive at Furt 'Jates Dex't day by 6 pm. I For freight puuage; apply to pnrtmenta.
wth of the and the enhanced thank God. we can go to them. nest en, dear children liids end i LADD Sew July? :8. 1856. 30
: probable gr city, dollar. to at\V'ftCahootie wfll be coolti ered. ; D.; Port. __

value ot real estate, and the attendant in.J we will meet you again in that bravvnly land, 11-Upon all Free Colored Males, bet ween the ages I 6863 From Jacksonville, by Josiah Lewis's, (on t I i Feb. 7. '57 8 A. PERRY AMAKER -

crease business, it will surely be conceded where of twenty one and fifty years a tax of Un dollars. Mill Creek,) to Trader's Hill, Ga., 60 mattes : .
It No wind breath 12-Upon all Free Colored Females l between theages and back, once a week. : A Teacher ATTOBftntY AT
that the location of th< Seminary here is a ] chilling nor poisonous I j ULff
1 of twenty one and fifty j ears, a tax of five dollars. .-,, ) Leave Jacksonville Monday at tam ; i WHO has bail several yean experience in.teach-
consideration of no email moment. Some of j jthe. I It Can reach that healthful' bhore, j I Arrive at Trader's Hill next day by 12 m ; [ a graduate of Emory and Henry College, I TALLAHASSEE.FLA.

t prettiest arid most thriving towns in the I If' Where .sickness, sorrow pain and death, 1 13-Upon every Slave publicly exhibited for sal* Leave Trader's Hill Tuesday at 1 p in ; i I Ya.. and who will furnish a good recommendation I I Hay 21. 1853. 20 .r', .-.

Southern. cpuntry bate grown up around their { Are felt and feared no more." 1 within the corporate limits of tl.i. city, a tax of four -"" Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 6 p m. froin the President of said College wishes a situation
I dollars. 6864.. From Mariana to Ocbeesee, 22 mile*and back, in Home Institution Academy or High School. I. EDWARD M. WEST. .
It has l Income for planI I
institution .
i. ritera.ry DieJ. in Garden County, FIa.on the 21st in t., of j SEC. 3. Beit furthe'f ordained, That there shall b. I in two borne coaches, three times a week Those desiring to employ will state the nature of

! ters to settle m Bach places, that they might 1 1t n short but painful ill.ness. ALICE LOUISA, eldt I le\'iedaDd. collected the following License Taxes : I from 15th October to 16tb Juue, and twicea the situation, health. &. as well as salary, and ad- I II Attorney and Connseflof aTlaV

t .llave:their children at home while pursuing daughter of Margaret Julia and L. G. MCElTY, aged i I-Upon all retailers of spirituous or viuous liquors I week the residue of the year. dress J. M. DAVIS, Wentwortb, N.Cu, TALLAHASSEE- it iiA,,

thcfr studies, and at the eamc time build uptown in quantities lees than one quart a tax of one hundred : Fiom 15/A October to 15/A June. as soon as practicable.Feb. I ; .
7 6 weds and S days. I 7. '57. 6Master's APf e. il5 14 I .
here, instead of sending off their thon-I dnlln r! Leave Mariana Monday, Wednesday, and Fri. I -. J .
Ala! Low soon the fountain has ben re opened. I, 2-Upon nil Billiard Tables and Bowling Alley, .tFI.lOY1J'
scttions day at 1 m
ands to increase the prosperity DI l 1 p ;
But. ten fhort month ago their little Ellen died. It' or Ten pin Alicia technically called, used for hire, Amve at Ocheesee by 7 p m ; Sale. I & HOLLANbJ
and I
hostile to our social economy, regaiding < was ipiiojr, and every flower was in its brightest a tux twenty-five dollnie. Leave Ocheesee Monday, Wednesday, and BY virtue of a decree of bis Honor J. Wayles Ba- Attorneys at liaw,
us with disdain,as though dependent on them 3-Upon every dray or cart, used for hire, a tax ofeight Friday at 6 a m I r. Judge of the Middle Circuit Court, in Chancery
and 1 In itK dark ; Circuit
hues arnrjW practice in the dd18
j. plant deep. Coorta
every green of
for oar A B C's, as we are for chocolate made dollars. Arrive at Mariana by 12 m. wherein John Martin i is complainant and JohnP. WILL
Academy foliage.] In the gloom and anguish of their trying affliction 4-Upon every two or four horse wa on used for .K. Savage,Martha; B. Savage his wife,auJ Boiling West Florida, and in out of ground peas. Why,sir, a single Rom 15th June to 15th October. the State. Also iu the District
.Cuort of the mated
I hire tux of ten dollar
and nod-subduing bereavement, they might a Baker, Trustee. tare defendant, I will sell at public
in one.of the Middle Suites recommends 6 hack used for Leave Mariana Tuesday and Friday at 3 m States, in the Northern District,of Florida.
well fed that -Upon every or public canLige j p ; outcry for cash, before the Court House door, in the
itself to,.th .nf ticc of Southern Planters on 1 hire, a tax of eight dollars, except hacks end carriages Arrive at Ocheesee by 10 p ni; city of Tallahassee, on tbe first Monday in March R.J. FLOYD. Offlcr A-paiafbfcola, PTa"D.

the. rouncl tiat'it ;:: **nna the past year, t "Th loveliest rdae-bud the parenUlerale belonging] to public livery rtables.6Uponevery .: Leave Ocbeesee Tuesday and Friday at 8 a m, next between the hour of sale, three negro slave*, .r. HOLLAND, Office Quiaey:, Fl.. .

SEVENTY F1iM'FL0R1. t withered, blighted, ere its bloom. public Livery Stable, a tax *f fifty -. or after arrival of mail from Apalacbioola; HUGH AtfCHER, Jr- Dec. 22. 1855._51.WILLJASI -
STULV3NTS And the brightest gem "f home's pure diad..mF..clipeed dollars. Arrive at Mariana by 2 pin. :31 1857. 5 5w '. I

DA !t Build up good schools! Florida, and I at once by death's dark gloom. 7-Upon every Hawker and Pedlar vending goode, 616*) From Pensacola to Greenville, Ala., 150 miles S. DILWORTI, -- .

:th* Ions';and daughters of Florida will'ne kept Aod now, notL r lovely rose-bud) is gone- wares and merchandise except f.r ,the vending of and back, twice a week. Pb-- 11aw '

.home. Tba exploded |n'their i ed- .&ustberbrgbt gem from the circle of home; charts and atlases, a tax of one hundred dollars. Leave Fensacola;Monday and murals) I8 I GARDEN SEEDS Attorney and Coimsellpjrrat i .

; money Another dear tie on earth is now riven. 8-Upon all venders of Lottery Ticket, a tax of .. < am; I GROWTH OF 1858."lr7E .

}station I.1Je.laid l out '!borne home.and, Thriving the at- And another,link ad-Jed.betwixt. earth and Heav'n. five dollars; and all retainers of spirituous or vinous ; Arrive at Greenville iv .lii j Wednesday andSaV would call the attention of our (friend and _____ .MONTICELLO. J"LORIDA.'U --

"towns will spring' up at ; liquors as aforesaid. all keepers billiard t*M*. or1a > urdu' h! ; and at 8 well elected Assortment of \tarch 22. 1S 6. 12-11 : i
Greenviile Thursday
abroad' i _. Co! .> Leave Mop.aay
'tfchioas.ltvhic: now so man '- 4 jj- "-,- -II I-w r rf v ry uray
)* carry .
.fl1' ,be.foan'aaikbm Let the bargainbrtvewiit&jfrty MEDICAL cart. or, two or four horse wagon 'y; Lack, or public \ t. Satpoints. FRESH and LONG & '(A.inn4mr,.
-. ; 0Dr -' 'carriage.used for hire as regajLau uf livery rie'at Pensacola next Wednesday and Our Seed are procured froti'aCo1d Climate, -

Z; ; andtKp: Stale, witb'.rerer. 'Bofcertson & Bond lltabl .baw .:rs ft.ii iedlars all Tenders keepers lottery :. urday by 8 p m. consequently will flourish too better in a warmer' one, A.TTOKNET5 AT L.\w, .ruUu..u, Ft..aL. .
confirmed ;as = ; intermediate opowa Call ) or send orders,
pro- will early jroor tickets. II.oI&l:; nnjer of double the tax in case Bidders Dame such as 'ma. tS LONG 4 J.B.OAtBJlJttnt irfre Moci- '
penalty .
t fridJi t\ie1\tt of*:the Ri.latDre.and.I it formed a oo partnership in the practice ". fQr weeldy service, with longer mining that you may secure the varietieaicJanuary diie M- Thy
. .HAVING "Ulure, before their several avocations, callings, urbu'sioeos & LtvEL ats4mulesintbSb5tkSOfI ,
I'. ?. fl'owjp ar, If the Board ot Education profession offer their services to the citizens I as aforesaid may be pursued and npon the time, will be considered.Winilerwerdler'sL' AMES 6 wiU attend the Coarta intb .; .. 8. ;
of Tallakajsee and surrounding country. I Quincv. by 21,1857.
that Tallahassee has II of the taxes l levied aforesuid obtain .'li- 6865 From ConrUaodtbe/DUtriflt OourtsofthU&t'dMes
ri fiiirLJ.thi4r Irnst payment and back. n
fg Office over the Store lately occupied ty Bet- i and D. B. Rkh'e., to RidleysviHe, p
'* W'bartered her rig'ht for "a trifling and un. tense so to do from the be countersigned at T. $.,""'ee. .. 1'
sweek.Bidders Books. I
tim & Hiirgs.F New -
once '
n 't
by the Treasurer and such license shall not be ituued : OfficAQppoaUe th*Court Doncf.1Iff .
and a
,b. 28. 67 G.t will tate tHe distance, propose -
eortain'adrantag<. for shorter than one ) received, a large assortment. 3S$4. ,
a period year. arrrvali.684'l October -
and .
Bat I must'not tax the patience ef your I I 9-.On all showst other than circusses or equestrian schedule of departure Gov. Call, to White JUST Books, '. -' .- -L : '-
sir for thspeiU ice. exhibition, a tax ol five dollars, and on all circusses or I 'From Sopchoppy, by Standard Works Prose, PoetrY and .t- -
ferftleraT 1:ful' I oUiged to you, well I equestrian exhibition!, a tax of ten dollars shall be Bluff, and back, onee a wee*. roanees. with all the recent publication: ,Ur..A.W.PEACTlCtHO. DLVLSD.D.P.: '

ttd. to..tbei8.I lucubrations, as D l MAXWELL h&vitff retire! from the: practiceof levied and collected for each exhibition, a license to Bidders will state the dutiuxJe and propose a Bancroft' and Hildreth's United State. DEST33T
i tesipondent for ihe occasion of medicine, the co-p rtmr *jip.beretoryrc exbtfaf @chIlJ le. of the Datch'epoblk just pi&IlIwu'a ,
; t* to your co authorize which mUbt first be obtained from the InLt'D- fond to AUena Motley'. History r
to th* ill what has, between the subscribers, is thereby dissolved Treasurer under 0861 From WatauoutSe by Long liabe !4J
: Ihf m and have only say ; cUnt and countersigned by penalty week. TWBA5B.
in the bands of back once a -
and ,
"T j The accocBU if'the firm are placeJ double the herein assessed. Otie 60 mile Continuation of U. History of !.
.: b efhAtnj"niied, It ha beeH my purpose ; A..IVrry Amaker, itqfor collection, 'twhom. or tax traders who shall offer goods Leave Wacahootie Friday at 9 a m; 6tbTolotn .. I IAbbott' December 21'lUI. '52j J
10-Upon all itinerant 6th and ** .
*- p' ?ITO thepoet'sc1tution : I either of the ondenigoed.. person rndllbtid l will please wares or merchandise for sale In this city, there shall Arrive at Atsena Otie next day by 6 p m t and Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte TheirsFrench

.2Mii uate; Aor"-It tow*ftI 4A rnaU It 1 I m&e'Mtmenc. JNO. B. TAYLOR. be levied and Collected a tax df one hundted dollars; Leave Atsena Otie Wednesday 9 am; Revolution; Gibbons Rome; name and Jla- -Dr.P.P.wIa.:,; .
f G. TROUPE MAXWELL. shall first be obtained from the Arrive at Wacabootie next day by 5 p m. 3rd and 4th volume Rollra' Ancient .
COLBURN. to sell
; nod a liCefrae so esnley's England. ; tii 'andtIt ta
: -. --:5. ;rp.ILQ 1 I "' IS !67. 9-4t aforesaid j in of Proposals are invited for semi-wecklj service IWuUotfa works;-' DOo
( I IndenJant ae under a penalty, case I hone coaches tho'round trip to be History; ThirlwallV Ureeee GIVES tbat be U acr* fc MiJ'.''
fuiluro ao to do, of n double tux to be imposed. I in two Presoott'a Ferdinand and Iabella, Mexico. ,.Peru, ; .
: iris .L tJ''HlIf. Magazine foi : : Received : in three days. Proposals 'for weeklyservice aIth 1aWL". em t4& !
:. .- Just Sic. 4. Bat further Ordnintd That every Da- nude Pwnd will also Philip the 2nd Miscellaneous; Rcsaeira Modern 4 __ 'A' __ .:. .._ .
'f, V"" ti. t-t4: :: Fresh.craCkers. guerrotypist before pursuing such occupation iu this to commence at Long Et1rol''Ha\l. Hiitorical. Works; ThQWoik of. try.
1i' 1fi h ofUitrfl
,: before .be considered. acoa/Aadiaoii. OddimiUl. Irving. Scott -a..b1\
aud resident Dentist pursuing Lora
; 'Jib 1': rkffJflria' : TvlDfll(11d.CoredFMho .&r1B drk.*& IL Cpm&z", from New Yor)[.. i his city prpfeisipu every i within nou- tM.l limits i pJ this city shaft pnya .FoftfawVf proposal, gwwnty and certificate. ;:;- .. D5flfctfrImog'; Life of.WMWpe Siuuk .W >.: .; 0(

c. Piats," fBBL3.. Snjar Crll ekerf, t&xof.: /tell tlotturs, an4 bbtala a license from the In- :..r.ha 7-.iQl twstioDS- tad thu reqwr.meatltObC Hvrtfaemeiit.m psmptlet, -lntaa nd'-T" 4>y'!"Wa'hingrton; Chamber Mi,- !
J' tend tand 'failure or -
.k) fc--- ':.Water. upon _r.ud alao tie adrtr .
fi:1i o graet : : !" tu..t' A ''Xiieratnre,ra 2 ,
mi E aboe -
the f
j lax & T1ZId .
: : let
14 5" flh1$8m '
.. 1 4 *" are givthgjinCTVt t ( .: ... .'. Btc.6. Bt further Ordained; That all Orainanc. ,.. 5'. ., .,-(';'iauary, ,'., "r. 'IA -.".n.'U..vY_. I'_ '. ,. .. JIOU COG aa Mcoo&V of,-tat" puen&t
lb. '
= < '
ilw'DaItIOf Ordinance aonffieting,with the trae'infentandjmeanW lit.&t S"DrOWei tt
-- -- -
6'o =
A ... Pf ; I : .. ; ;; : this"Ordinance b>aod' the'lime'artbireby'repealei "lit :t::! 1 t' 1" :A PtmsIirGcsersL'Fbreev2l I .ent ditMDiOir< of the Aothork ana .._
''..- .r : 'k.1I. 13!'Rl1v. of ,, a--4.: .if I. -t
.. :' 4 ( l 11. **' ...'a '. I I ''l; ,. TU best book*f the kbd .Frfct "
t. .A JJ.;( V,** th.r '
j A from 8r' ik -
jt w not.n&e -M f -
; 1 .
on: taPe ,;1.1 7 ., f j \ t .. t F. : -
; teottIuir4d' 4I3S'j.r' '
C ;'b-4 tilt claim i r- to a1li11'M': t. '... -; ._- ; .. .. .- ._.' .. ... ". ,.,' :";--4 .Ha the; COUhs1rKE'l' ';apjrovedthk\" : 1'.1 .:-.t j \" -.tut.r-SknmtiiBdts.wriesiu4.JkObititiitT' 'Jt6Jz : S
rbruar ;
t .1 i itf3it.r. The ditdri '"#'r..l"'r,p ,f... 4 otice.1 :.:-c ,, .- of' .. s-' ;.1. 18.: ..oy-.1. -iobnll'.S:1nr'ndant.: : .. 'Aof"S: taics dta i .lTrsry oflb $

1ltw".an..r..d.1..haU apply .to the Hon.. .__. .ALtf&t UI1I.1.U: I, Ctk..r' .. ".., ? ; RepubIWabshr's4a4v.h.s. an4Q. q OP' _.
( l 1)) 1t' t r. < ... ._ :. .t !
ofJiff.iwo fur an or- h S S8. : Its "
: county
I i J : .
; I:rt 4/J t" ""_t TffA": ,1\. .. 1 ** l& &u" '_'taUi-P" 1. _
4. fAc-d-ua r tliVi..n'. .dr I3d deCT'e' lP 1 4M.aM of the following: def cribtH t &ti&"*** i& tim .'
bj <. ,1JiIkj'.WIP. .tn1kItd.tJf t1J'\iFW: ,, (f. :; .: ,; Hs: t .VO f.' 'J. .' -f. 1 'tbV9nigiM*ttiiotbitm.,prw and ; .OalJsndts& r. __ _
t 1i c .
i') ieliJti aT&st.JaOI4 14UVW$
.0 IIDtI."wqm.a i-1r'ofthW i-ecoert ;l
.M I "! ; 1.11'I ... s4 it'r--1T1f.I'fJ:.wiJ.l fI "' quattcr.ufaii.mirlorl J > J; V+ f ;, 4 M J ; .this -
.tI 5ft_. ; ; tl1..hJ .1fIII1IotiC .' ..I .
{ ( ''chroW..are' :
.aI..Jl 'tO fJt ; I'DI' i'4 r.ft tbrWt: /: 1:.',_ pers ns bereditgsinstthe iwC ft ( ; *O0WDVAntrim 'i ;'J x
.#. ; .8. Lob d.c I d l them .tq,1.I ak.'jmaMditW met*1b 'c .bd Pa\'f MIf !erT_ 4'st t'
'' cI.for Use 1iJtMAt'gfthkckl'tuhw ; ( .
f.v afld i .fcT'W'te' .bi l tettto tMi''ctb :1t'_ I .: 1 .' _
J. (CbM. wlwis jli4utberiud4k .TT.SSE"JIIf tW lII1'Mi.U.bP .iJ.
\n: ;" r.o I It .. Ttadw p1ti
'.G ; -_ :jU*V f :i !." JAMS. BEY"::). i.jC ."! '; ;r4I J" ..'e BUH. r..1 A -h\1*., ,, .tI '.4'ti.( .i '...' .\ 84.-., ., $ .f;. J.!. t tft.fl4: I l .tt;''; f1 0

btt.II". : 1'j. ,t. ;.1 _'.
trt"tl'.4.-oudT? ,f priceU i tu. 'rJrrit.1eP'i\t:4"I": '., rr.P. .', l .. ',-J.. i"r. .,-' \ .1fo



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: .
., 1 CASH. STORE.' .I.iw G.." < ; ODS, .,... Proposals 'for, Erecting .the Impoftan? -' w' 'ofs, .l; rs ;; fff $rWHlt.E: I "t ArE' S' ,,.

r.j : cobtenbet;;'aQ at:;3 after lit J dv.of F VtiJL h' ..' I L' wJ .. : ::: :.1 pLEBB.4t-tD-: 1i

.ry'OhM pren"jrc*r.wiU confine ha bt.i-- Marine Hospital, at 6t. Marks" FARMERS.. -' ANIJfFRVlT..GBOWERS- .'.' i ;q'AN4Ac7rUtiR11ifLtpeP; and Sheet Iron VE'JR ;

I entirely upon UM, JOHN PR PRATOmOUS, :, :: ELORIDA. ,. lvi -iV.rc.mod de-Wr ia ill kind of Plain sna. Fa Jr: r'F.ttGE'
p1 in informing the C U na 11 1 :
Camb .ys'texn I .. ey Tfa Warn, ttkea pleamre ,

1 tbetdbrr wilt feaep co a eui* ,All thosa wbobav ..MER TAILOR, 3 TaaAg-aT DI'RnlE, ) Arthur's Air-Tight Tallahiwee iind tM .u !oocotrj'.tbal. .U '. ;
r t'1*! obtaiMdMTOnerrfo without psying (fur them are Dealer I la Ready Made Clothing atielGentlemen's WASUI: OTOf, Dec. 27, 1856. J f CANSprtttrving'f rA JHrfi *"anti 7\oMII. now prepared to berfnes r 1toh.n He tM also >tender b.J.lw*thanks?? ,, '! "
I -IteoCBte will U I OROPOSALS will be received at this This article extensive- him In Lw line of '
infanotd tKl plaecd 10 the Furnishing depaitmen : the T di .". au.. :'i
very .
I bad of. a lawyer Jor .eoBectioo. befbr next retarD GoOd h I. until thu 26th day of February, A. D., 1857 a Iv used iii"the East and Northern States last season, to his (riends&Qd witlnrfcieb 1.* public Iw'generally Las hereof* been 'Q ." :. .Of' "on. oitk..ii
day. R. H. BERRY. .--- 12 fj'c xk.1k On, fur the construction of the marine will be introduced to the citizens of Tal1 JulMet and liberal patronage :-. "
+4 Auctioneer and Oom )erebaoL I am note receiring my Fall and Winter Slip. II hospital authorized to be erected at St Marks Florida surrounding wnntry by the undersigned hn'has row (favored and-be.bvpes thai a centinnalJun""t" .of Lbai.ame. t. 'Th Y 'arc. :not r "

$ January 31. 1857. 6 aceoding to the plans mId ppecifications preparedat the"ezcliKivu right to manufacture in tIlls'vl Jnlt.y.forthe .will be granted biro. .'f all. .- -, ,- ecOIn. 4
Clocks 1I.1n "
s -.--- p of neruVutinglJ &te.O this department;.said proposals: to be either for coming season. It is ody cjeaary to' call and He will constantly keep on 1'oppI1 mended. as
I 'I. Sheriffs Sale the whole building or separate for the different kinds exstniMig these articles! and the recommendations nf sorts of rare usually! kept in an'flltltbliaLftMhhrLilline Universal

Every Color! Style and Quality, of work; bills parceln must ia every c.-ue'ICCO'llpa. the persons who have used 'them to be convinced tbd of bue ocu..A full assortment' Shett Ir ri, Cure-alls but.

BT virtue o? a writ of fieri facias! issued from the ny each bid ; witL the amuvmt of each Ii iud''of work they arc the best,moat simple and economical :articlefor Sheet Lead: Lead Pipe; Sh'o\Zine. Ciatero Pump, simply for
I Clerks office of Leon Circuit Oonrt Middle' Circuit which I am prepared to make up in the most the and a great other or tick a too uuintrou t to men-
and the total amount carried out ; the' department reserving purpose ('(r offered to tbe pnbliC" They CROW many what
.,' i of Florida wherein Allan McFarlan ie plaintiff CofMonabfe :tgti', on short notice] the right-to reject.or aceept the proposal used by the most unskilful person, wit.bonthe tion. -T their n.: pur ,4,4I
and be cxeeatora of John O. Gamble,, deceased, are I hereby invited deny part thereof, when deems the slightest rwk of failure. TO BUILDERS. -

% dcTepdsoU, I have levied DOt? aod will expose for AND REASONABLE TERMS. interest of tb. United States reqnim it;the dep-ut- EH Purchaser are applied with a circular containing Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin.Cowluctmc! I ,
of silo.;L'cfore'lbe Court booM door in the city OfTalla.r -ALSO- mint also reserves the right to exclude the bid of any till and reliable directtona for putting up fruits Pipe ie, all of which be promises to do in the moat ,ports.The .

tISS.ce, on the flr t Moadav in March. 1887. the following A LARUK AHD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF person or persons wbft 'there ia just canes to believe and tomatoe in these Caw, placing tbe whole process work-man-Hke manner and style and of the be*t materiAl VERMIFUGE for
I f ; 'deserib*] proncitv t.) wit: E 1 of Urn N E J, will not faithfully perform the contracts or wLich they conveniently within the reach of every bou elrff'per. oo shortest'Mtloe aDd most reasoralle ?errn w ,

? of Sec 5.; VT iof tue N W J. of S5 4 SEt of the READY-MADE CLOTHING I have attempted to obtain by Indirection; and all bids A large supply of these Cane will be constantly kept Having, been engaged for the last eight ycarswbusbeo expelling Worms from"
t N Wi. of Sec '. W I (,r the S TV J. of tec 4. X E J when there shall be parties in interest who do cot join in storo. Persons wishing to supply themselves shouldapply at this place he tbinka f It. uoneee ary to recommend -
1- 'oft S \t -I of See 4' all in Township I i. Range 1, C.&Silltin of every garment suitable for winter wear, I in the bids aud all bids (hat upon investigation, are immediately na the fruit season ;..oenrathlnd.At himself any further to the public as regards the human
such Cloaks.! Talmas Coats Vesta. Pants
Ac An has
Booth aid East aDd claiming 820 aeree more or lew. below a fair price for the work. Cans Hold .rd mate by the undersigned and warranted his capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same tfJne he system,
which will be of at low
Levied u the property of said defendants, dipoed pricee. Bids will be received in and contract WM. P SLUSSER. work fcod
not safe.
npoo gross, no assures all that favor bun with a call good also been :
Also large lot of Plain and Shirts Collars.Undershirts
a Fancy ,
aDd to be told to satisfy said writ of fieri facial according will be awarded to a bidder unless details are furnished May 81, 1856. 22 cheap prices.Having administered
,Cravat, Stocks Hotiery, dc. &e.
to law. H.T. BLOCKER, Sheriff. the of tbe of the different kaown ')
department prices removed from the old Atabti formerly .
Those desiring tborongh oat-fit will consult their with the ;
Feb7.18S7._G'wTrustee's own interests by giving me & call aa all the above articles kinc's; of work and material, which shall be "subject Piano Fortes.IXTE as White to the revision of the department so that it may adopt I of 200 foot street where be will be glad to waiton
have been selected with and with '
Sale.UNDER great care a the whole or part of the bid, as the interest of the are prepared to furnish Piano all his friend THOMAS WHITE.Dec. to various animals
special*iew to their adaptation to this market.
rrT'T11 VT Fortes of the best

aDd of by trust rirtne executed of the power by Richard i in me T.vested Bin October 18, 1856. ly-42 United Ninety States per cent may of require.the amount of work done and I, upon the most liberal terms. very quality, __. I,_1866_ ,48WILLIAM __ I subject to Worms. -

I materials delivered according to contract price, (said : They are second to none in any country either as I P. SLUSSER
cbett and dated the firs: day Sept.ember.1849
amount to b.t ascertained the estimate of I to quality or price. The LIVER
by Tirtne of a decree of the Hon.J.Wayles Baker A. CLARKE by an agentof Instrument! be warranted. I PILU forth
Every ,
dated 19th April, 1856.directing the execution of said the department appointed for that purpose) will Ta11ahA li e, 'zt.

trust 1 will eel for cash at Tallahassee on the first I S now receiving his Fall and Winter of be ten paid rent from retained time to lime until as the the work progresses of the,and February 23, 1868. MILES 8 NASH & CO. MANUFACTURER or COl'J"ER'l'I AKb SUKET: cure of LIVER COMPLAINT ,
per completion COfrtract.
:: Jdooday March. 1857, the third part bung an un Goods suitable forOC.tr1
and of the work &&, the IRON WARE, VfnottnAlR! AVD RBTAILDEALEB
divided interest Qf said Birchett in tbe following lands acceptance < by agent all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
situated in the County of M.a. viz: WMi aforesaid, and be forfeited' in the event of noo-fulfil- Q-u.inin.e. IN Fi-AiS, FAKCY AM> JAANNEDWARK. -.

Section IS, Township 11, Range 10, South and consisting in part of French and English Cloths Cltlli meat Contract of cemtract.will be awarded only to master builders JUST received 600 OcNcxa Snlpll Qllinfne, SICK HEADACHE

FA.t- North half of Section 22,Township 11, Range meres and Testings of all colors, and of the best quality and mechanics and the assignment thereof. by Brand, together with a great variety stove IleadQuartcr* I
10 South and East; Northeast qarter Secrfco 1 S. which be is prepared to manufacture to order on of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. SPLENDID ParUr &C.Purchasers. -
consent (.f the Secretary oftbe Treasury, will oe a .A. assortment Cooking ,
Township 11. Range 9. South and&Eaet; North half tbe most reasonable terms and in the most Apri16.1856.! 14 A
forfeiture of the ______ : and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatutss
Section 1, Tm'nship 1 1. Range 9,S 4 E; South hf same. !
and Northeast quarter of Section 36. Township 8, I FASHIONABLE MANNER, Each proposal must be accompanied by & written Olive Oil. and durablli i at reduced prJces. will please

0 Range, SooUi and East; and the West half and Together: with a general assortment of guarantee signed bj two responsible Arsons, (certi. SUPERIOR article for Table Just Out Door tYork
: use. received be
Southwest quarter of Section Township 8, Range I READY-MADE CLOTHING fied to be so by the United Stutes district of judge or : A by AMES of the said district,)in the sum $5.OOj for
10 Soutb and East Ooo'aioin in all 2000 acres. i a'torney Aprils. 2856. 14 and Tin Cundu<:ting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet
that will with
stock "
of Cloth-
compare favorably any II whole work. of if for I C.
Alw lots No*. 14, 29. 80 North half County quar ing ever exhibited for sale in this city, consisting of the that tbe or bidder& proportionate will. when required.amount if his I I; Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pump Shop n erk McLane's Cele'
half any part. I Flower Jars. '
South quarter
: tier and lots Nos. 50 57, County of variety done at short notice.
Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, every
into anboo.l'
be enter a : brated
1 ntnatcd in the Couuty of Leon. ploposals accepted LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various Si- VERMIFUGE' and
3 Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock ard Business I with and sufficient securities for its faithful i iperformaiKH ; A City and Country merchantsAre
P. Trustee. proper
Just received and for sale
Coats EC*, byAMES
56vr.Notice. I ?. I respectfully invited to give me a call b fote purchasing LIVER PILLS
January 3L185. i Black and colored Cot: Beaver and Pilot Over- : Form of bond an j certificate required will b? fur-
.4 I: Sack Surtouts t tltaglalJ" nihcd on application to the department. : April, lS5f. 14 i J2P* N. B. All articles manufactncd from the very

Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere: i Plans, specification and working drawings can be PROVISIONS at last. I: kilt material and warranted durable. No other artile :H.mtM.
month after date the undersigned will present Punts, bad on app'ication: to thc department : will be offered for sale. ;) ..
"J, SL accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Probate Best Grenadine Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vest, i Ao bid till be on&l krtd unless fully compliesin : _A BBLS. Flour. October 20, 1866. 4JLITE 4 ,

4 f fer tbs county of Gadsdec r.nd ask for a final l lI Fancy Velvet Caswmcre, Silk nnd Cashmere do., all tin Jtailll&ul, the requirtmcntt of thii adetrtitrmtnt. ( V8 Casks Bacon Sides and Shoulder'. I

I settlement and discharge from the administratorshipof White Silk do, 2 Duffield's Hams, I INSURANCE.THE SOLE PROPRIETORS, PittSburgh -

the estate of W. P. La rldaa. late of safd count Omta' Shawl', Dressing Robes Fine BhirU, Silk, I The proposals muat l>c wnt to this department addressed i i 10 Bbls. Mess Pork, NEW-YORK LIFE
Cotton and Merino Under shirts, I 2 I.mland 10 do. i i Pa. and take
deceased. THOMAS H. SCOTT. Admtr. to the Secretary of the Treasury, and plainly : kegs no
Jan 24. '5;. 4-6m I Canto Flannel \ Jeans Drawers. I enlorsed Propoialt, fur t'le Marine Jlotpit at : 4 Molasses :2Q! do. Rectified Whiskey, i ACCUMULATED CAPITAL. .. .. I.000,000.

t -ALSO- St JariFla." and will be opened at cue o'clock, 'I I') .' Sugar, 4 do. French Biscuit. For sale I rpIIS Company issues policies on the lives of other, as there are-various

Notice.SIX I I m. of the last day named for receiving the Mine. I bv MiNAUOIIT, ORMOND Jk CO. persons for one or more years or for the
I A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and I p. JAMES GUTHRIE, Xov. !, "56. 45 whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other preparations

weeks after date I siall apply to tha Hon. Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravats, Collars, colored and or the Treasury. -.- ----- I Dividends declared to the injured on polificx issued f now
j jJau
of Probate, for the county Hamilton for white Kid and Silk Gloves. Buck and Lisle Threaddo. I Secretary India Rubber Belting. for life.PLI'fT before the
10, 18;i. 2'wA i
letters administration on the QfWm. Howell, .. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and FBEXMAN I public, purporting
LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Actuary.-Mo.aia FKAKJOW,Pre 't
\ lat of said county aforesaid decease! Silk Handkerchief, Brown and Fancy Cotton. Lile A Belting. I
ALEXANDER BELL. Thread and Marino \ Hose, |Hcation3 received in Tallahassee by I to be Vermifuge
to Leather, and 75 rwr cent cheaper; in fact coiisidcred January 19, 1868. B. C. LEWIS.
Jan. 4w
2* 57.
I October IS 1853. 42 I SECOXD DIVISION. i by those who have tried theai,superior to Leather. and Liver Pills. All

Lookatthis.1! I $310,000 worth Farmi & Building Lots, All cues, from 4 to H inched wiJe, constantly AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. I I

FALL MILLINERY THE GOLD REGION OF CULPEPPER !I on hand by D. LADD. CAPITAL.,' .. .. .. 1500,000. others, in comparisonwith

HO STOCK TE LOVERS-oow is AND the time BREEDERS to make your OF JACK."Wishing FINE. i IN COUNTY VIRGINIA to be divided amongst i i .__Newport.pct J 18..Soo._42__ THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company,

to reduce stock I offer four o t of five MRS-- ha opened find will be re 10X< ) sub erihers, on !h ic 13th of April. 1857. SJubscriptions I I Town Property for Sale. receive applications for and make iuaurance Dr. MCLANE'S, are
my I by express throughout tbe season, thc dullnr each half! down the agaluatloss by Fire, Brick and Frame
floe on
for ale; two native young Jacks bred from fine I ouly ten ; i undersigned offers at private sale, the follow I. Buildings worthless.
stock, and four feet S to 4 inches high at $400; the latest and most fashionable styles of I rest on the delivery: of the DEED. Every Ilb cnber j THE described property, known Ilsthe Jratis Lou, I Furniture, Merchandize,Ae. :

other 4 feet 5 or 6 inches high at {500; each :.e I' PARIS MILLINERY, I will get a Building] Lot or a Farm, ranjiu in vaW 7z! : Lot-s NoB. 3, 25, 27, 30, 48. 140, 141, 142. 143, : January 19,18 t. S B. O. LEWIS. The

years old. Ribbons. Flowers and Feathers; also a rici from *10 to ?25,000. These Farms and Lou ara j 144, 22?, 227.285.239,240,241,242.248,244. GENUINE McLane'sVcrmi1uge

Three very saperior.large, fine imported Spanish j of Dress Trimmings, with a variety! of Dress'mwtl and old BO cheap to induce settlement, a sufficient num- j 248, 24G, 260, 252, 253. 2M. 256. 257, 258, 268,245'j Notice

AOKS, one 4 feet 7 inches high and 5 years old it i Cloak Patterns. Bonnets, Dresses, Cloaks, HeadI I ber being reserved, the increase in the value of which I I in the original 1 plan of the city ofTallabawiee.ALSO ; months after date 1 will present my account and Liver

MOO; one 4 fcet 10 inches high.4 years old at $COO ; I Dresses, &c.. made to order. Bonnets bleached, | will compensate for the apparent low price now SIX vouchers &s Administrator, on the estate vf I

the other 5 feet high 2 years old at$1500. So there i and shapes altered. Orders from the country preMed nsked.romplOf" G 7 in S. Hugh 0. McLean to the Hon. E. C. Love Judge of i Pills can now be had at
Nos. CounTy
Lots 1,2,3,4.Ii,
is high Jack low Jack and you can make the game I faithfully and promptly filled. Tbe ladies of Tal1 j : of settlers called The qr.ALSO Probate. forGadaden, County: for a final settlement, I

: by coming; an 1 purchasing without delay. \ ronjori I bassce and! vicinity are solicited to call and examine Pioneer Association," is now forming nnd will commence and apply for a discharge therefrom. I ail respectable Drug

ty of tbeui can Le seen it my plantation en Lake at the bouse known as Mrs. Girard'", opposite the I a settlement in the spring. Ample security Lots N-*. 4. 12. 18. 15, 16, 22, 25, 1$, 40, 43, 61 II ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, AdmtV.

p JaeksoL, ten miles North, of Tallahassee on the Meridian Epi opal Church, Monro street | will be given for the faithful performance of contracts 62,in the South i County quarter.The July !8, 1856. 28-6m Stores.
road tilrabout the 20th March after that theY Nov. 44 anti promi!{!. j jJ2 I above described property formerly belongedto
will be sent North or Wt VTJML CARR. I __ ___ j. ?- More Agents are wanted to obtain iubscril I. Gov. Brown.: For further information nnd .terms, I Wines, SrrnpSj &c. FLEMING BRO'S, I

-I Jan. %. '67. 4-50 I Administrator's Ioiice7 l heir, to whom the most liberal inducements will be I which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, Otwd
: II firafiJy Sparkling Cider 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
; ,
sriv n. Some Agents write that they are making Tallahassee. OLD ,
: SIX months after date! I will prr. t to the Hon. pr> !: *2,)O p'.r 1.1 iilh. Advert sing will be done for en'ryAgcnt AttofneV CHARLES P. MANNING.Until I Port, Old Port Juice, Sole Proprietor

tNotice, I Court of. Gl, .JtO i-oflnty, my account fin: where p'-sillr. For full particulare, Sub oJ! the above property will be for rent Madeira, Brandy Chenie,
11 hav:jemand8 SgJa lat the estate of vouchers as a d' inmnr' de bom ron of the estate I t scriptions Agencie., ,..e. Apply to A. PERRY A IAKER.Felruan I Sberryi Sardines, SCOVIL MEAt.
._ otfgCTton: late of Gadden ouuuty.oeeeaw i Po" oexter, deceased, ard at tbe sani time R BAl'DEIt. Port Ilo\a"l, Caroline: Cf' 16,1856. 1-tf flpafk'fing Gelatine Preserved. Quince, N.,. 111. Charters St. IC f" Orleans

t. I *.will take notice that they tr.ut presfiat : apply C r a Bnal discharge from the f j>:!her ad>nn': :tra- Or to 11 W. \VHITS, Age-it": Tallaha.3e.-e, F'h.Jr.n. ,, -.- .------- ---. ---- I Flavoring Extracts, Pears General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, la
,.p.1:: 7 thtrn to the urdersigncd drly au'benlicate-3 vUhiu: tLr r! rail crtati'. HUDSON MUSK. i. Ii, '57. S Cod Liver Oil. Yeast Powders, Tamarind;, whom all orders must be addressed.
4 'I Spauieh Olives, Spices Sold by Amea & LiT ly. EL Barnard Jr. Miles
the timep.ea.ibed by law. or tbs; notice will \e Quincy Jan. 17, (i. 3-6m ------------ ----- -- ---- -
1 and Harness ."REHII i PURE of the.celebrated Brands" He : Corn Starch. Pickle, Nash & Co, Tallahassee Fix; J. 8. M. Damon.
.i plead in of their ar.d all indeb Carriages, Buggies, T ,
nor recovery; persons Shoes Kerseys. Linseys end Blan- giman Clark ct Co, . I "Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, Quiney; Gardner & Mills Newport; "W. T. Cirpeot -
led tc notified make i
<* tnid ectale are hereby to race
i For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. AMES i LIVELY
: Foraleby EI.glishIustar Capers, undersigned. 1
fla4 tb.
< payment to I kets. Subscriber has jut received .\pril5, 1856. 14 I Claret Cocoa Palmer 4 Bro< MontiCello.. Pulesfen. )oricello;
C. M. EDGERTON. Admt'r" I '
i per -| A AAA YARDS assorted Kerseys and Ga .THE large supply of tliriages, I AMES A LIVELY. W. R gets Jt Co. Cbattahooebee; BalUell it "Wiilff'
S. B. LOVE, Atty.4-Sw Ac.January j I Plains, i Buggies!, and Harnec, which he .fieri :I I Most Approved Corn ill ill in Use.: i Januaiy 5, 1856.Circular. onMananna; NkhctlTOnA 1A'Jler. Bainbridge.Os;

Ot 54,1557. I 1,000 yards Wocl and Cottcn and Wcx l Liuacvi. for sale on the mo t reasonable term lAH01' the most approved LANIER CORN 1--- D. H. Dickinson Bainbridge ; E.fteuus,Tbomasvilki

of Wall Papering. j 1,000 pairs prey mixed and white Blankets, i November 18, 1834. 46 .II A/) ILLS for sale l-y the SuuM-riber. These : &. Upright Saws.HOE Ga.
1000 Pieces Ruset Mills have been fvr in this I 2i. 1857. 8lyTALLAHASSEE
hoot pairs Brogans. --- some time use tLri/ugh region A CO. and Welch A Grifleth Circular Saws Febrtlarv
4 C "IU8T received a large assortment of every variety : With Wool' Hats Oamburge, and such like articles : MILES NASH 3t CO. nnd lower part of Georgia, and give perfect eat 46, 48 and 52 into sizes on hand and for

4, J of color and quality. Window-Papcring plAinI I for Plantation use, in any c uantitv" by I! Dealers in Medicines &c. :irfacticu,grinding with ease 40 bfcshtb ayj tl-.a rise i sale by D. LADD A" S cb x.ui-vo1Y

and figure Bordering suit all.McDOrGAL'L. D. LADD.Newpcrt. Drugs, I in the day with I Ie s than the ordinary gin power ap- ; New Port, Hot. S.I 365. 44 FLORIDA,

t HOBBY. Oct. 18. 186.:; 42 I JUST received from New York per bark R. H Oam- i i'lird to it. The maker furnishes n hand to put it up; I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .0

Nov. 15,1S55. 46 a eeneral assortment of articles in onr lne; : :and "pryne warranted to give perfect satisfaction. .I Circular Saw Mill Agency. fiiJ
I- i Liverv and Sale Stable ; such as Oil of almost every kiti']. Burning KLiiu I Call anef examine them at D. LADD'S. I II JA DRUGS AND MEDICINES- H6
II Fairbank's FerrySITUATED ; White Lead, Zinc and other paint, Window Ola1" ,-f 21.1855. 16 r l HE undersigned has the agency for the sale of
I .I TH8 i-ni.'crjineJ' gives t.o best : Puttv. Bru-hc-B. 1', Soda. Sparkling i April I II W. Herrick'lI Improved Circular Saw Mills." Perfumery Dyestuft Surgical Instruments.VindowB .
ova'ity -- -------- -
iLe OcWknee River near tot G or- ', that h hs 1 i iI Snuff \ Glass Paints
on purchased JelaMj .L) ndou lluttard, French Brandy h.t. I I consisting of three sizes far 42, 48 awd 62 or 54 inch Spicea *
( ( )
M tli Lynn F ,being the Liver/ Stable: of, Tt-ry j NotIce. I Oils Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
c n3 ly :rwtro ;rry roediciu l Spies PV I I Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best iu use, ,
n.-rbrtu 2nd Tie.l -ttaV.i'hed i ; and baun aDew .I William II. Sew 'rn, :-Tal'.ihas' "'e,q-ther with: the for Inks Quiiiin: purjjos Peruvian Baik, Fluij'JHT.EAfr.rn.t LenwuSjiup l k i ohti I O1X I month* nfter dist, i shall "ircJctt hiy final accounts : having several improvements over the Page" or any I and Glass Ware. Patent Medicines,

fcud t-iceilcnt Ferry Ikat tea feet *i Je and fi fv ro'-d \ ill o!' the estab'ish"': ", ',t. !n<1 tot} l.o is now kc., .tc., aid general kiio tinent of ' PaTci! k. ) and vouchers to t'nc Il"n.Judge! ofPn bat! I Iother Patent in use. The cost is about 8300. f 350, Fine Soaps Finn Tooth Pore Wines and Brandies'
: H : Pup luogbeit'g eomjwu'1 l. sr.icn4'iy attr.-d, prepared t-N on th; L .':utss m afl! its }liratuhe', and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal l. ,
: carry Me.lie'nct.Vc! keep none but the"tr 'e t un.l I e.f Gad tl.:1J county as ere-cutnr of Richard CftmOChaD.Int and f 450 for various sizes act' rding to extra carriage, purposes
the uuders'hmedool'l r-ecttu'.ly l inform all :1 Lo antl} jwoni'-ses; the p.'blio with gpou atfjmmod.itiC'D = & Paint Brushes Fancy Articles.
to merit ( of Charleston, So. Cft. deceased, and ask for a Ac. For further particulars apply to ,':|
I wish to crOfcS the River that hey can cross at }iir- : ia his line on reasonable ter- !. : bore Y'.ur putronape.illLES \SlI.d, CO. dismission from mv admini'tration of said N'tntP.I ; DANIEL LADD7Newport Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Began.

."'. Fnry at all times with ease and safety wLeth : RICHARD SAUXDERSJf. Mardi 2i>, lc5C. 13 1 JAMES E. BETTNEIL Fla, November 3. 1855. 44SIX They have recently received a IA, and Fresh

er the water is high or low. B-James T. Herring is my duly a-jthoriz-! Oct. lr 18, 'rfi.12 ---- ---- ntpply of every variety of articles usually kept by
:. HARRISON FAIRBANK. : agent. and baa entire control of business, roprc : -orn- ..ndCobCrusher. : 'NOTICE.: I drugeisU. Planters and Physicians will alwajs tad

.. Jan. 17/67. 3 senting me as fully aa if I wa personallv! present. ( I Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth at this esiabUbbment a full supply everytliBf DM-
______ : mcnths after date the undersigned administra-
RICHARD SACXDER3. Cob Crusher I liberal
: pat'nt Corn and ded and on the most terms
Notice.I Sep.6,1656. 36 GRAl'fGElrS the Agency for the sale of theee fU I Rugs. rn the estate oLJames Holderurw deceased. Orders from the Country PrompJlofiUed and sstifa-
e I Cob Crushers. unequaled it is said to any iu .: / FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool late of Leon county, .m; file her account and vooch- tion guaranteed.ith regard both pricet aDd quail.t .

I ALL persom baTiug demands against the estate of. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. I pc-rior the Co ntry. A i-t,'ck of these Crushers, will boo on A Carpeting. Also, a few pieces Wool and Cotton era, and apply to the Judge cf Probate of Leon county .. Pbyaiciao' preattiption-arefully compounded.

\ B. Tucker, late of J*ffetlOD County, deceased partnership heretofore existing between John : band ead1 this coming FilL Prices vry low, ei>nj ,I, do., and hue Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale right I fur a discharge from said administration. J Also,Eppmg's compound fluid Extract of Boeb
I will! take uotice that mutt them THE ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS Admt'x.XOy.
they preseot
in feed. $45 $55 !65 endi at D. LADD.
Broome and Robert Heir in the weighing storage i sidering great saving I Jaa 5, 1851Cs
ta tbe undersignet1\dlv authenticated within the time 8. 1856. -m __ ,
and selling cotton buines is thin day dissolved for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42Executor's A l -n i --

I prescribed of their recovery by law aod or this all notice will indebted be plead to in said bar I by mutual consent BROOME A HEIR. i For further particulars call nnd examine for yourselves I ORANGE SPRING -- State of Georgia:
; persons
j August, 1856. 83 so soon aa a stock for a sample arrives. Notice. Court Oct
I Richmond *
estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment D. L\DD. In County Superior
0 to tfee uni nigneJ. i, SIX months after date, I will present to the Hon. Male & Female Seminarv. ber Terre 1856:

WM.H. WAPE.' ) New Co-Partnership. I-Newport, July 6,1868. 27 >bate Court of Gftdaden county my account situation of thu Institution is at one of tbe
1MKLS.Admrs. 'I and vouchers, executor of the estate of John W. THE James L. Knight and
in the and is
Sulphur Springs
P HEIR A JOHN P. COLE ,,ave this Ii Notice. ountry. unsurpassed
i Administrator's Martha J. Knight (his 1
ROBERT i Malone deceased, and at the same time. for
)'n llo.Jan. 3,657. 1-8w : copartnership in tbe business of apply afinal for health. It is easy of access for steamboat .
f a months after date I will exhibit my iccountaud discbaige from the further administration of said and few hours staging. wife) Complainant
Daniel T. Lingo AdIU Ac, 1 Jefferson Circuit I weighing storage, and sellinsr cotton,and also to nuke : SIX vouchers to the Judge of Probate cT Gads 1 estate. THOMAS MUNROE. .,I The Principal a with the experience of V*. In E4uit,. _lflforVw-
liberal advances on cott jn scut to their ctre.i twenty 1.un. and Bwf:
n. }CourLS IU.,2 A COLES. I den county as administrator, in right of my wife, of _Quincy, October 11, 1856. 416mEKecutofsHottfe. and aided by a corps of competent assistants, will devote covsryAc4oont
i of the Will of .
C. t al. In Chancery. John late of said de. center
Gnurgcr. I the estJtef Ingram cnnity : his whole time to the improvement of his pupils.

appearing to tbe satisfaction of tbe Court in tbis : August 14. 1SCG. -33-----.- I ceased, and apply for a final eettlemetit and dis- Georgia Military Institute I The third esion will commence Monday January Martha JL Fac-.dec'd,

IT that Walter Grander, WHUs Granger, and : I charge from the administration of said estate.' I 12, 1867. For purticnlars address and others defendants.IT
One 45 Saw Gin. I LEWIS D. JONES. AdnV. MALIEPr'rA: GA.. to the Court that tb.Defendant'JoM
the b'!rs of Wpghington Granger. I b&t ife i a'r rc et J" on.l I tlv.IWt T70R SAL? n fron<*. hand GIN of above fcizc. lurat I In right cl I his wi fl'. I---- I'' Nov. 29, 1856. 48 Butch and John Kennedy and Elba L. Zcoaedy
., '
en them It is ordered lica 3.-v. ...I.. in.l.iagm.8tJLbAle8, C'ltton, and A i S'-pt. 13. 18M. S76mI THE first term of the academic year at this In- I (bis-wife) reside out of this tat*.to wit:It tM Sat
: that said (
1 cause bt set for _. .
the 20th of and and
; -- on July. Milton
t McNAUGHT ORXIOJOJ-Ji .. -.... commences cr'Louai. and tbe defendant. John
iag on the firbt Monday in A next CO. rue i/niuu 'ttaiii fi o Nonce.ALL
and .
defendanta d pril that bnid i Aovcuber 8, '56. 45 I T8 I f Leon Ciro-H CourtSmallwood -. on the 20th of December The second term William H.Hiltoo'aIM reside oerood (h.Jim iU of this
< appear and plead answer or demur, .- .-. "AlK nf'"bromryand end the demands the estate of ofComplainantsSolicitors
7iTI'nc having against toa
P. Allison and : on persons State to-wit: m UM SUU of 'Florida; Oo.By>
l. that time oibTirise f( Iu CUucerv. 20th
} said eau e will be tried em White Pine Lumber. others. of July. rlH Burgdortf late JeOenoo county deceased Hia ordered, u. aid Defendants
-. thefkets charged in siid Bill: Provided. That a ropy I J The amount appropriated to the Institute by the will take notice that they must them ,
? this order be published in a newspaper at Tullasse 9 A I 1" FEET White Pino Lumber, assorted sujt. FT appearing to the Court, by affidavit J11lJ in thw Legislature of Georgia, at its last session, has been .to tbe undersigned duly .utl>eoric! ted,wUhh present the time appear arid answer'aajd bin ofecmpl.a.tor Gout n
1 the next of
A\J able 1L belbr the first of tens
for the of three months I for Cabinet Makers. Sah and Blind J.laI cnoe that the above named defendant. Smallwoodi in day
spnco next before said expended erecting buildings. There prescribed by law;:or this notice ''will be plead in bar
bra or.Joiaere Work. Not often i P. Allison, reside out of tbe : to be held on the second Monday in April next d
first Monday. Done and passed at Chambers, this such n lot for sale! State of Floida and iuj will therefore be accommodations at tbe beginningof of their and all
indebted said
; here. JIcNAUGHT the United States R recovery; persons U that MrvWe of this oruVr said,
j Jrd December, i ORMON1) & CO. j : ordered and decifd that thc the next term for fifty Cadets in addition to one estate are hereby notified to make upon
1$56.J. ?.c.85&. said made the in the New Orleaea.
WATLES BAKER Judge. 45 | P. Allison do appear anJ! plead or hundred and thirty, the present number. I to the mxlersiirned. by publishing aama
D*ember 18, I 85g. -3111 I j answer the bill of complainant filed in his catise, The course studies, and sysiems of Ins tract ion I JOHN REICHERT Admfr. Picayune aod the Tallahassee Floridian (pobKd U.
P. B. BrfOKAW'S. within four months from the date of ihe Joblicntino and dicipline are modelled after the West Point plan! i Jan. 24, '57. '67-8w gotten of said States,'aod having general cmfeUta.. *.)
i U" { this order. the once a month for four meotha prior to th w'
$ India Rubber Packing. f or said bill of complain will be -the purpose being to insure to a young man a thor % :
LIVERY liD SitE taken for confessed against him. And it is further of this Court.
A Rubber Packing STABLE ougbly scientific and practical education to develop
pDI of all thicknesses, from 3- Notice.
ordered that this order be -
I l A 16 to | inch, hand at D. LADD. f TALLAHASSEE published once a week, in his physical strength, and to touch him to be punctual ,
constaully FLORIDA.
Newport. Oct. 18.1850. on ,. a newspaper printed in Tallahassee, for tie space of systematic industrious, and economical in his bab I SIX weeks after the.finit publication of this notice STATS or GEOuu.l) _
-. 42 I THE Proprietor would in four months. its. will apply' the Judge of Probate of Leon Richmond County. )f Clerf MA 8--"

f I his friends and the Passed in open Court,this 23d Oct, 181\6 The Faculty consists of"ix professors, (all of them I county for letters of administration de bonis ooo on., I hereby certify that the fOTe'Az ia.u. tc'F1 clan

50/000 Havana Segara public, tbat be has rebuilt hi. ._ ._,_ ._ J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. southern men.) Tbe Superintendent and the Commandant the estate of John BurgdorfT deceased. order which appears of r ord ra motesMsai

ALL peisons who love to smoke's oT 8EG ARS large Brick 2t=ttH! at the old stand, and is now Tcsfe-CoritCTL A. BariK Clerk. are graduates of the U.S. Military Academy JOHN D. REICHER1. Superior Court thus twelfjo day ef De rabr. 115VTitresa *-.

"To find.them| t?*lher with some choice TorhMdBp prepared to accommodate his friends and customers at Wet Point. Jan. 24, '57. 46wCircular my band ".Dd U>ia alpf aatd.Oocrt tk12th '

,. smoking TOBACCO He also has attached to bis Stables a good Blacksmith To Rheumatics & Others Expenses, for board. tuition, fuel, lights and washing day oC etm1.u' : '18M.BEWJ..

btcre f AMES LIVELY/ Shop where be will have have done all kind of all persons suffering (rom Rheumatic Complaint per term in advance, .111260 Saws. n..1.__ 7. BALL adJUt.

J1ov9 116& 48 Plantation work Horse shoeing,sad Carriage work in npO we offer fa'poeltit'e remedY', iny'Stimtjating Expenses,Surgeon, fee, per annum, f 5 00 UTELCE. A GRIFFITH'S, and BOB A CO'S T 1 -

.. the very bat manner and with promptness And di.. Liniment. It has been.effectual in the permanent For further particular. or for a copy of the Regulations VT Cicular8awsfrosn4Ztob4jnob.ssize. i constantly Trarpentiiie Farm Sale.
patch. of the Institute, to Col. A. V.BRCM-
cure Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands apply for sale at a eanmiswo oo manufacturer'sprices ---- ---
I Tflft.UNflTEJ'01)' inform November 61853. 44 have no doubt beea rescued from an untimely death BY, Superintendent, or to A.J.ANSELL, 'I br LADD. UQR Sal* about ai.l ttaanodrtsia -.of bad. t>

I that be the -- by the use of this great remedy: See. of Board of Trustees.I3ecember Newport December. 30. 1856.. 51 JI gather wit> atnall fArm and fapror aMt* **
rrf l r. Kh .ia tHg plnee, for the has Mackerel and Herring. For sale by Druggists. generaU.1.nd at Wholesaleand 8, 18M. 49-Sm .ill be lOW at t barjtaio.Inquire ofJOHN.H. '

I. : .;-------jrk'niBttllj! in anestabbooDwo5Tf'rtJl purpose- A FEW HALF BBLS.esch Na. Madterel and" R.t.ILby. AMES & LIVELY. Fresh Bice KBOOI3.or A..P.i'* 1JIT.. -
': id that L"; direct fromth. Fisherie For sale at TalUhaaaee. May 81,1056. 2f-ly Walter Gwynn WakuIl.7I4oInbcr4l$5&. 40
c. .' ... lie 1* prepared ta &Iowr&teby JUST received direct from Charlesta. *o a--- iiiTh&oi'idi .
at the abort -
: t noil e. All!! those half tierces Rice.
bit sets-ices to .wishing to enter Forul.rhtbyNswport
a who,wh.ork done Tta that will MtffAUGHT.ORMONDACO. HavanaTUST CiIm.NJ OFFERS raoolo JomslIa
1 manner not fan to &
: ,November the 17.S. Land Oce by Laud D.LADJX &
8, JUS. I lcinJ s
give ?4thf&cLiou5 45 '
ilcre.trviitfir would whcre.Wwell t. give bhn a call- :. reeefv&l per R. H. GEnt!. 600o' best.qualJ W&rrsxdi,ot1enriM.. 11. U also! give prompt December 20, 1856 fil paWilW'rr8A1vaiJ T "r
\FM.'KUHNS. Call and '
ity C themMcDOUGALL
try attentipq to such business* nay be intrusteJ to bun
i J&m1&rJi17.16n. 141. : .' A HOBBY. in eu her of the other ocea io',th Capitol. Charges'' Freah Supply of Cigars.1 ArEs s. ON-EtkPZ2ITet.

-- '- t 00 BBLS.Lhnc, fresh and '.E00*! order,jott August 2.UU. 31Fotice I"willb reasoobIeorrcspoodingta.] ,Iee,performed. : A 'by lit*: -arriVe fl .u.two .f'

'iiE't "D1d : ; .. landed and for 'sale byMcNAUOBt' Being Deputy'U the State Land Office be of taW \\ ,000.REOI1ViD ...flOO ." .' .. :. .. '.

$ AjfiJ. ,9oftie.UQt. ,. f:.ast.reeeived. : ORMOND & CO.. will- make no charge for business In that Department 102vl \ / McDOUQALL P AD '
-- p
? :. LWiiy. November 8, !861. .45 : A'LLperhaIi4emnd.' axainit the .tate of Mayl7,185L :' \2Oy t ., ,Nonmbtr'ts.18Sa.' 4$ !: '
-.. : 1Trr118fl.' : :,: .. 1. John Se*rt, late JdJcraon county deceased 't -.- J 'J- '- 1'0
,; : a tI
I .' : : 5 Hotice wiM take notice,that they most present .thtm to tbeWJderfenedduly.antitoticated .jtL.ninbetIsp .
U.UC ot ,'. .... ,., .- Frefttttaalud BOMMW ads fettri*t fie pecs
oe. 1. 'SoIomdn within the time pro- mootUjJUr-date I shall preset_.1tilae- Wib&Tt cMad Fir. 4i.&
A wisrso. fo 2 bted siu..a. SIX .
: 't admin aonbed by kw.or tar-notk* will U plead'. of and!voufcbera Hooorable i \ .: si
'. th notf "J JbWlerttr'th. ettite.,01: *WUford :deeeaMd! bar to the Judge ot ; foscj 8s.isos**Lt1U+'9fct7 di. ii', % _
.T 01' ?Tob2te oN I 'lhelr Mtovcm; eMs!)persona Indebted,ie ai estate'are Probate, for JeSerson exeetitor eMrI
.f1..Io.IIo' 'will plftuall'and fettle;. the claims'will be aned Ooantr;" pf.Joba eripdoe.WdI wW V dcuidw TaIWs. )oThee. -WiB boctbie4 Iad
nn ta c Jhe! .( .f2rtliWith.! Ferfoos indebted: to'm 'iodif ideally-are hereby notified to make immediatepayment, Johnson late of saU- County, deciii .d.*ad asi for a wvbfay XanberBiUa ce's.aWrwt.Af: I'trswifle :
: .ltc f1t..lAcn to tbe ccdfnogf&erJ. divnlNioe and discharge : eii..1J..J<;
snob xeewtor.W. ..
I 'tf4Wfy. reqa.1.aA11o: tO tn \e itnm. .ft u
: -4w 8.B.KNI4HT. .Ja. 1-t, S. BILf..C. Jan JAMES.SEVERS, Admt'r. I I .JAMKS HI3IES- :;qualified et eIu.v. It'.JnD.f i A. R. COHB9 ACO.Stpt. ':a& vifl xl b1tt.s stfth.i4tWr 1.s D.paW.

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