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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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EVERY SATURDAY MORNING.e OFFICE OVER R. H. BERRY'S AUCTION ROOM. TERJIS-TWO DOLLARS IN 1DT1NCB. .

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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHAS. FLA., JULY 2, 1859. VOL. XI...NO. 27';' .

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A. GALLIE AS .WELCOME PASSFAGER.: --1 1I in the mud, and as tho rart passed on I went I they were seni. &luwy charlIe of powder I no reply. He quickened tJw horses, and .

ljOltSsi(1nal( dub Business
I lets down and is fast I On the next morning the Shftifl"ri'Ifil;! I '* Tv>: iL.w r.Ir tltaa: c". r. >
A coil' "winter's night fonnd<<1 a ttaire( load of The door of the cait -fll' T.
HOT ICC. i I tavern I which flips and! paid me two bundled dol'ars' hogOlti lIi\; uu-ii. 'll(i t?I"1 to increased! speed[ l
r.PROVI8IO ; us gathered about the warm fire of n : cued by a. hasp, over a staplearftf upon me ( 11.
D1lY tOOPS 8 1 bar-mom in a !New Kng'atid!: village.: Shortlv is then secured by a padlock which was gone, fur he had made himself! sure that i 114't' sli.trpvliitlf; ;:0 w.I: l m.nif llu-rn! 'lescroba.i! .
Dr. Wm. F. Shine, drove limo villain. I afiervvanJs found :t 1'it l .%mitt r on1 I foe hocus of the nv *'
after we arrived, a pedlar t'P p and ordered I and the hasp: was secured in its place by a got whir. 'llrgt'.tt.t .1
I ANtGROCERIES : ) the office Portsmouth for toe.toe fr vii rei't.! :" stujvtop;)mt'.T rSV! :m.! Ut'
from within : at
orrr.ns nil rll\U.I"ICt KIRVICIS 10 TilE rtnuc. : that his; hone should be Etihled/ for the bit of (Jtin -FO that a slight force post > W"Ii" .
adjoining tint of Pr. Oan.Mc J: Bettor IX GEXERAL.November !ligh!. After v\e had caien tipper we repaired I could (break it. .My wheil-wrench hung in a ( SherifTof Ilancork l'Ollnlnml heiiifoirued thlumors l [vis-i. Tl.e; PiincP .. l lllii jmto

OFFICE. 1K.S. 19-ly 13.:: 1F SS. 48 : to the) bar room, and .13 soon ns the leather bucket on the side of the cart, and I I me (that Mr. Dick Hardhead is in poison Idle,iiiouMt'r.! .For lod's: sako
  • if t fire !"*

    ice \V\ broken the conversation flowed freely quickly tock it' cut and slipped it into the f.rlif-: ." oxrlaiim tilt driver, .U'I are dead im-i ify

    MILES NASH & HO, Seven! anecdotes had been relatedand: (finally I staple, the iron handle just sliding down.' So ended thf pcdl.ir:> story.( In the: morning ,u io!*' I He I obeyed Ivnn. The vvi.Ivps
    FRESH GARDEN\ SEEDS. ll bad the to look at his ,cart, I a 1'V tliis: ,;,ntu'Xjx-clod net. rrnmi-tri*
    almost
    u i: v LERS: 1S: the (pedhr \\r.s as-Iced to give us a story as : :Now; I had him. My cart v.as new, I ( curiosity "tti3Ict
    men of hut profession wore generally: full of mido iii a stout frame, If white! :! oak,:uul made i and I found the (lon: bullet h.es! just as )he ,) ) "* flr\ minute. Duo hug this.oo.i'nm;.-

    DIUGS, PAIXTS, c-rcDwtI2; oT: ]: 88 adventuresand anerdotce. lie was a & .ort on purpose for hud usage. I did not believe bad told us, thoug'i they vvcie now 'Tugg.;,; ci tic troika ';':1:a virt fn11 them V\ to-ii

    thick set man, somewhere alont forty' years any ordinary man: eould break out. I got onto i up \\ ilh! vial corks. the vtolvc M.irtcd a ::i ii: niV-r i it was t..,

    jll IHCIXE) MOl L S GUM DROPS) :1! ..t age, and pave evidence of great plivtical, : Iris' cart as noiselessly as I got off and then U LftA I Lite, tlu-y rlluhllot ovortjiki' it. A. (juirVr
    of hour ,' HI tlif. 'illl.r1lm
    \ \/"OULI> luforiu tlioir ,ncrnl 1tIHl111e public.] fctiength.: lie gave his na.,ie as Lemuel 1 Vi- : mgcd my horse on, still keeping my pistol Russian Wolf Hunt.Vfc I an : \ von* MI !
    t T they luvc on liitinl a oo.l !\.v>rtmentof4UC o ALL FLAVORS Icy, and his home was in D UT, New Hamp i har.JY.: i knew that at tho distance of half !'. I'lincr: Htpine{ ? -thinks (hit,i hor fransfafe: tha following: story from a leant six iriit'3 in thc flftcrn minute!.
    nrtieles M are generally kept in their lint of bnsine kaiiJ shire. I II a mile further I should come to a good hard' : at e -
    willbe receiving ri-'ulai'.yfrosb supplies. Thtii FOR COUGhS AM COLDS late number of :M. Alexinder: Damas's nens- He rode the' sfrpjw the next (far. and* \ .
    i Wt II),gentlemen," he comm'nced,knock I road. and so I allowed; I my horse to pick his I 'nr .
    tcrmssbafl be re\'OllIhl.! ofmiwAitb I It ism extract from one of Iii! letters found
    Jut received at the Pntv. Pror.r paper. : tho bones of more than two hountfrc'tlsvorC
    T.e1t.thasee, Apul inh 1S53-: 14. HAKXARD.; JB. I i ir.g:: the ashes from his (pipe, ai-d putting it in I II own way thiongh the mud.; About ten minutes I from St. Petersburg: \

    -- --- I Ta1JahaFlre, Decen Wr 18, 1&58., 51 I I his; pocket[ "suppose I tel! youabout llae( last afar tins. I heard a motion in the cait, -
    the favorite ------ ------
    Woll and! bear hunting: are .
    GAL IE that followed noi:?e, as though some hunting
    A. thing of happened tome Ly.a grinding
    I any consofinence A Thrilling l Romanic.ftl.VPTRK .
    -1-s in rwHifit I f a Imc aii-1 wll ttlocteJ stuck CI JfSTAI'J.1 ) Wm. E. Anderson, ? Yon sec I am now right from the far I heavy. force were In-ing; applied to tho door I II pleasures of tho Russians.!' Wolves I .
    : aii-l I FANCY GOODS, I homo for but the idea struck: me that: the are tainted in this way in the winter when l I. ICMu
    West, and on inter <]nnr- aitlllol1ling'
    b/4-i..q .H z.'IJ't'r Ien.le .1f"JtJ (1lJrli"J Allornry at Law and Solicitor in fLanrcry I j ters. It was 111)about way two months' ego, one main might judgo i&.rv! I Sit and -Fhoot up lliovova! lirillj; lm.. rj arc (.mrion-.. '11...... Mrn, ItrMilr tt'e..Iin", witll; n vvrcilltoforartgrs '
    I II
    SAife'A 's.d ('(r/-. /J."d .'ihfH., 1' "" '.' JIARIANXA, FLOUIIU I that pulled\ at ihodoor! through the top uf. tho cait at me, so I sat or four huntsmen, each: armed with a double bails upon her head' -npon her hack
    I evening '
    pleasant up
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    Gl'eNrit' lrillcflr..Jic (h' (t' barreled into a troika! which! i is any the iiclie kind' o' dud- lovcy stood be-
    18 1ITILL attend \\ith fidelity J an.1 I prctr.ptncM! ?o oft 1'mnll'illtge tavern in Hancock county, I down on the footboard.OJ : gun get er i
    --- pril SO: 1850. .-" T T any business entrusted to his canin the Circuit Indiana., I Fai I it was 1IClsant-1 1 mean it : course I knew that my unexpected met I II sort of a carriage drawn by three horses-its fill.her v.itii whito kids: and dickey cit-an-' \

    JrWII.L Courts t>f }Franklin WtoLingtn ami Jatktnn, villain for lit must have been name being del i'rd (from its te-im and net its the! l last was ti\fntv year old! I, the fti-t \
    BARNARD : :
    E. iu tie Supreme Couit at }h.r lLIIIIltllc! the Unite.] was warm, but it was cloudy and! likelv.tobc : Sl'ners: a ) the \\:1
    always left I
    TUT. States Disttict Cuurta at Ajialaihicula ,Iud Talla-: "| very efal k. I went in and called for supper, 1 1I awakfl ever since I started, and nothing in the I form. The middle horse trots ; seventeen.The .
    0\TIM'K:
    : tatsee.llnreli: I and I had horse taken care of, .rid after I II I w oild but absolute villainy ould have caused : hand and right hand horses must always gil- parson's j Johi! was over-every one had
    my
    & MEDICINE BUSINESS 13CmHomceopathy. lop. The middle horse I rots his he id kUscd tLc bride! ind stiieoI! (the folks
    RUG SC( 1SS9. and then startup \ill
    _..:.__ ___ ___ I had eaten I sat down injh? bar room. It him to remain quiet so long, young
    W AT THB OLD STAND, SICK _jg3 ; bonn (lo min about eight o'clock, and for n I in this particular 'place. The thumping hanging down, and h" is cnlet'tiH.( .' Snow h.ij: pJnt'is, and!, llrrd. ali l.mghedr andriled. -
    Eater. The two others \ rein, : The last kiss had and tho
    while it poured down good, and it was act Cd ; and pounding grew loader! and louder, and 0.t hl't1 ch'er
    if MORTARSCorneroi \. ASfrcELt McCAXis,M. 1).... ..O.J. WAGCONFE: :M.! T>. daik out doors. : pretty soon heard a human voice. and th'J arc fastened to the poles II)the( b-t word !':.llle'I'1 said, and the hippy" pair

    OF THE ri p HK undersigned IIoma.'or.atljic Pliysicians.liav- i Now I wan'cd to bo in Jackson early the Let me out of this," he cried, and heyeIll'11 > the body, and gallop their hel1 : had i.'Olclllli"wl.and sought the bi iil.il bed.ca.vvTnu !.
    L in tLe of
    ing associated tbenecvu practice: loud. free ; th:1re called the Furions.
    and Jli-nroc stletb,Tallahassee. Medicine, may be found nt their Ofliote. City Hotel, next morning, for I expected a load of goods pretty 11
    Clinton 19, 1R-VJ.; ; S. Tallalawce! and at Dr !rC'Io.! old stand Montioellu., : there for me, which I intended ta dispose! eon 1 I lifted up my head so as (to make him The troika is driven by a sure coachman, I She stood beside the wash tub, with boor

    -January" : A. CAM1T.KI L MiCAKTS, M. D., my way home. The moon vvouhjl! I lisc tlii-ik I was sitting in my usual place and if there is such a thing in the w.1h as a sure I hinds in the suds, :\II:1t! her slip-shod? .

    R H. BERRY, I O. J. WAGGOXKH, 11. 1) about midnight, and I knew if it did not rain then! asked him wh.t he was doing there. coachman. A pig i is tied to rear of thevehicle : r't feet there 1.lidn j jihe of dirty duds ; her hut- .' ]

    Auctioneer and Commission April 15, 1859. _____lii ---- -- ---- I I could get along very comfortably: through; I! Let nvj cut, and I will tt'llou," he re by a rope or a chain (for greater secuiity I band ,too l Isid'Irr-tll crossest man alivn \

    MERCHANT.AtHHASSEK. OTTO LANGE I tho mud after that. So I asked! the lan-Jiord! plied."Tell. ,) some twelve! yards Inl The pigU i -the last was twenty nine year old, Ill lust
    I if he could not see that my horse was fed me what you are there for ?" said I. kept in the vehicle until; tho huntsmen reach I was twenty (live.The .

    -- Fla., Sept29, 1855.--' -39--- WATCH MAKER I about midnight as I wished to bo off before I I got in here to sleep on your rags," heansweied. tho forest where the hunt is to take (place heavy wash was over, and the clothes

    : Jr. I two. He expressed) some' surprise nt this,, I when lie is taken out and the horses, st\le(1( hung out to-dry' -ami Tom hill stuck his finger

    T. W. BREVARD, And Jeweler, and asked me wli,)' I did not*stop for breakfa I Let me out, or I'll shoot you through the '11 pig, not being accustomed to tli3 gait, I ill the dirty baby"s '(Jl>. Tom boat been

    .A.11orn.oy; ; : n1; I.aLVV MONTICELLO, FLA., I "r. I told him I had sold m,)' last load head," ho veiled. squeals and his squeals soon degenerate into I palklt ali supper mado upon a crust ol

    TALLAHASSEE, FLA. nTOULD rrepeetfitllv inform tIle eitircns of :MidV about all!! out, and th\t\ new lot ff goodswas Just at that moment my horse's feet struck lamentation His cries biing out one wolr (bread, and then the bride and bidegroom

    April ?4, 1858.: 17 __ > die and East Flor idol i that lie ensigns niaLin;; ,I waiting for me at Jackson, and I wanted the hard road, and I knew that the rest of iho who gives the pig chase; then two welt ;giuinbling tebed.SOtTOEUN < a
    S ocrnsional 'vUit tlirougli, tlicse ecti.m. (.r country for The then then wolves-all
    I be there before tho left! in route to Jackson would bo good going. then three, ten, fifty --
    HIGH .A. IORLEY woik in the above line, to express agent
    the of
    .. that purpose be entrusted toing any to his care. the morning.! There was a number of !people I distance was twelve mile!'. I slipped back posting as hard :1; they can after the poor pig linjis.-TIIK NEGROCROP.. .

    Attorney at ;Law, ( may ALSO sitting round while I told this, but I took but on (the foot-board and too!; tho whip. I had fighting among themselves for the best places, The 3Ioiitgoinery Mad says :

    1 the horse then that I've now-a tall, snapping and striking the pig at Mr.I J. S. ll, informed
    J TU.I.UIAS! I'LA. A fine Lot of Jewelry, nlikh I \,ill sell at the lowest little notice of them, one only arrested my I same got poor (every iiigtot usyes'eriTav:
    'I stout, powerful bay mare-and may believe opportunity, \11 sque.-ds with despair. These I (tint hf two temark.nble
    small yon cotton
    January 17, ts:r;. ::-1 y poibe! piio('! i attention. I had in my possession a tltl very
    -- Hit lrit Hifiiitttt* mien if rtqi.irtd.April package: : of placards which I vva; to deliver there's some ;go in her. at11) rate : squeals of agony arouse all the wolves in the pnrcias very lately. One was (tho colon
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    John B. Whitehurst; :::0. 18:;'. Ib-ly I to the Sheriff of Jackson, and they were notices she struck a gait that even astonished! mc.I .- !I forrst( within a circuit of three miles, and thin crop of t.I 'o ,nepros of Dr. Lnca, of this vi.

    ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW for tho detection of a notation i robber I Silt had received good mess of oat, tho troika is followed l.j an! immense flock of cinity, for vvhialihe! piidSl! OOin cash ; every

    ; Dwelling House for Sale. named Dich Hardhead.: The bills! ;gave a : air was cool, and she felt liko going. In fifteen I wolves.It dollar of vrhirli goes to the uegros.."
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    M 1 \IIINX.FLA.: : I
    I' rpIIK SUBSCRIBER offer: for sale on J Ai I description of his person, and the man (before : minutes we cI.n'llthe'OOd3, and! away !I is now 3 go'od diiyer is "11( This I hoks as if sonic of the negros down
    "\STILL pra in tl.e Circiut Court of Jackson terms to a purdu"er, isliou-e l and fffl keen The chap inside Jenstl/rt"-
    > \ Call1<.un. \Ynsltiiigton awl holmes cout.ties lots in Bel-easy Air. Apply to tLc unflorCirned.: |[" me answered very well to it. In fact it waspeil'ect. i we went on a jump. ) 'floe burst's have an inslinrtin South are making money foster th:11 !nnlOwhilo

    nnJ pay tnccial: nlti-nliou to oolk4tiug.uw5inber. I I or to W. K. Board. JOHN BEARD. ) (Ho I was a tall, will formed man, kept veiling to be let out. 1! and go almost crazy' ; they run as fast as they folk*. Rut thl Macon( :1)) Slate Prcty

    __ 27, lN'I <*. 411- 1 ___ I Jl-srcli 5:I, 1859. 10-tf rather slight; in frame, and haul the appearance : I Finally!) he stopped[ and mew minutes Can. go. The huntsmen fire as fast as they- tells n" :larger ttor3" It wyVo -* :
    -- -- of a gentleman sivc: that! Lis face !bore came the report of a pi :tol-one-two-three can IOHI-ILt'f'i:no necessity to take anyaim. *'\ Ibc'n: infumei by our worth

    Benj. F. Young, 7 POST & MEL, : those hard, cruel maiks which :an: observing -four, ono right after Ito other, nod I Iicnrd) The pig sqnoeall-ti'! horses ncinh: the Mayor, Spanks, LS., of 'the firm of

    "}JI1 iJIL r ,]''( aP; .r .\ CTT' I man cannot mistake for anything but the! index tli"! balls whiz over my bead. If I had! }been wolves howl-rhe ;gui rattle ; it is a concertto Hardemnn: .'\. Spark-, ufihicity, that he has

    J' !A N I) :.J.1'JJ') COMMISSION MERCHANTS. I to a villainous (hposition.iten ; on mv' seat, one of those bails: if not two of make Mephistoplieles' j<'alons.! .s long- ar sold tt.tcrop of rlol belonging to the negroa .

    SOLICITOR IX EQUITY, I G4 Pojrdra* Slrccf, I \\' I wei.t to my chamber I asked the them! would have gone! through me-I popped the driver commands lois Ilr:e f.i lt:1;; they : of Col. John B. Lamar and. IIo:,. ,Howt11 .

    in tIle Court <.f the Eastern Cir NE"VV OEt.LEANS.: i landlord who that man was, describing the up my head again and gave a yell, amid then may bo running away, there U no danger;: ; C'oub to Mr. James R(':, fur los sum o.*

    AfILL I T cuit practice of FlonJa, au l the Federal Court _.... s i suspicions individual. lie said he did not a deep groan, and! then I said-' 0, God save I But,, if he ceases I to-bo master of -them n ; if I $3.Ut( HG. This; is all clear money to them, '

    (omcK AT CAIXSVILLE, ALAIIICA COCSTT.) REFER TO I know him. Ho had como there tint: after mo I'm a dead man r1"1en I made a they baulk, if the! troika i is upset, there h no I aid: v\c are likewise informed that the e.imoncgros

    /: /;/'/;K KXCrr. <:ES: Alf Mrs. Thomas J. Perkins: Co, Tallabns, Fla... noon and! intended to leave tho next ,'.- shuttling noise as though I were falling ofT: hope. Tho next day, or the day after, or a i sell sugar cal! syrup, chickens, eggs

    J. J. IA.-CAS ) I. It. Harris Co., Q-uney, The host :treas, which! amounts to at l least
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    Cot J. D. ;.IUf. }}{ C/. ,Jfrton. S. C. -I *.. Denham Beard t &Denham= Palmer Montretllo St. Marks, I simply told him that the man's countenance again. 1 now urged up the old marc by giving 1 party but (the wreck of the troika the barrels / one. as much mor./'

    }'&,UJ:11 & THOMSON: ) I )lr. James< Filer, Key West, was familiar, and [ merely wished to knowif her an occasional poke with the but of i of the guns, and the larges bones of the
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    Da. JAMES :S.: JONES.: Tallahatstt, lla. Messrs. MrXaught A Ormf d, Atlanta, Ceo I were acquainted with him. I resolved my whip stock and she peeled it faster than I ses, huntsmen, and driver. nr .! 'I'ECPINICALITIES.-Thonlpann'8
    June 4,':>.>7. 23WILLIAM! .. 1 lor.1 Bank Note thus defines of the-
    -- -- --- J. X. McKinnon .t t Co, TLomasvillc' I nU to let the lanJlord into the secret, but to ever. Last winter Prince Repnine went on Importer some
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    Aiifrusl 14, 185S. 33-ly and : infornva- The man called out to me tvv ice more, phrases used in stock circles and newspapers :
    Jackson tnereglve and
    SCOTT hurry on to these hunts, it came very near being
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    GUE--&-AMAKER I lion to the Sheritr, and perhaps ho might pretty soon after this, and as he got no reply last hunt. He was on a visit svidc! two of hoifriends I :V IJj'.I: ii one who buys stocks on speculation -
    J\ tTON.EY d\Y U.W: : H mado tremendous endeavors to break thinking will iise that
    I reach the inn before the vill&iulet't ; for I had I he some to one of f his estates near te! steppe! they so be can

    MON riCELLO L.JoIl \- j ATTOKNEYS & COUiNSELLOIISIjAW no doubt in regard to his ind<.>ntitJ.cc I the door open, and as this failed him.he mado and they determined to go on a wolf hunt.They I sell at a profit. I is to his interest to 113\0

    30,1833. :30 tljan I had an alarm watch, and having set itt I several attempts upon the top-but I had no prepared a large sleigh in which' three i Elock rise: and will resort to every nvans
    -- -- ------ AT for the about the desired result.A .
    o'clock I fear of his doing anythingthcn', top hung
    I went lo
    ) give the alarm atone could sit t.t U8 theo vigorous
    FLOYD & HOLLAND, foimed a eo-paitnership in tLc practice of the time and of tIm cart is framed! in with dove-tails, and persons r IJcar i is. ono who sells stocks on
    HAVE sleep t was aroused at proper noises were put into it, and they sc'ected: fora spcula
    and ,,' attend to an prolcssional bucioe with iron tion will fair that
    Attorneys at Law. ) dressed each sleeper boiled to the posts thinking they so
    I imrurdiattlv got And myself. driver a man hon in the country( and thoroouglll
    up[
    practice in the Circuit Conrta of MiJdl! c rntruated! to thtir enrf.. found the clouds bolts. I had it made so I could carry heavy buy in for less money (to fl his contracts.It .-
    1'TILL I
    I reached the in tho
    D. P. HOai E:. PKRRY AMAKKR. i When yard, ,' exp 1 icncfl sport. Every
    TT an.J U fist Floii )1:1,1,1858. 13 I all patted: and the moon was bhining huntsman bad pair of double barreled
    (the State. Also in the District Court of the Uui away i! failed, the scamp commenced, to holler whoa 1 guns aid! he u il! ri'Sf rt to (tho most desperate means.
    roused
    Floiida. brightly. Tlie hostler was easily and a hundred and fifty ball cartridge It I
    f'J in the Northern Dictrict of :
    States 1. .1. FLOYD, office .\Ar-alncLieola.: Fla. FIRE INSURANCE. : and) I by two o'clock/ I was on the road. The to the horse, and kept it up, until he became was night when they reached the steppe ; thatis I to arconll.u his object. -

    I U. 1 I. HOLLAND, Office! Quincy, Fla. mud was deep and! my horse could not travel quite honrIllhii (time kept perfectly immense prairie covered wilJi is wI on the be. rs (afloat! buy or

    Dec.22, t'ri5. 51 I niRTFORD FIBC! L\SIR\\CE CflIrJl Y.PIKLXIX .: very fast-yi-t it struck tna that the beast : quiet, holding (ho reins firmly and kept poking The aji moon was full, and shone SJOW.-\\ 1,0rrothe stock( to deliver! in fulfilment of
    with the stock. their contracts.A .
    I the beast
    made more work than: there was any need beams refracted by the( snow gave a light

    Henry L Rutgers, OF IXSURAXCE HAKTFOED, COXX.COMl'AXY : of, fir the daft was neiily 'mpt.\> I \r e were not an hour in going that dozen scarcely inferior to da)light.'I Deposit is earnest money, lodged in tho
    the mil. bit of it. I had'nt much fear, hands of a third party as a guaranty ; "fivoup
    and in s-not :
    COMMISSION MERCHANT ( SIOO.OCO.COO()(){) 00. However, on we went course a heprz was put out of the sleigh and the : .
    Caiiila
    Aggrrjjatc is boo
    I [ ten eic.,
    the ,'ilbe.-! I tell the troth and (that I up expressive
    : of half an hour I was clear of : peiLaps might say the felt langutC
    horses whipped Vs soon as pig ,
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    TALLIIA.SSr.i: : :, TLA.1IBERAL }J. P. r.LLIB, AjjtLt.Tallahassee than up. ofa deposit.Overloaded .
    At shell distance i ahead lay a largo tract had none for I had a good pisto"la-iid more
    .._ Dec. 4, IF5S. 4'JIIIDICAI. : ; a that he was dragged he began to q1t.i A i is when the Hulls cannot taka .
    I (If forest, mostly of great pines. The road i that my passenger was safe, yet I was glad but ,
    or two } they were ,
    Cotton Tobacco -- and for tie stocks have
    advances ena.e on or -- -- wol DIC'arc.I .
    the1 old Hour barrel pay they purchased.
    and when I to factory
    NOTICE.Lr. led directly through this wood, as near came Their number
    hi fii'Tnl iu c'York : a
    to I kept oCr Short is when sells stock
    n, I could ronifmber (thedNtance; was twelveiniKs. that stands at tho edge of Jackson village: increased their nmmniberaugmented :person or party -
    FIGHT ChECKS OX NEW YOlK: Foil SALE, -0---- 'I and in minutes I hauled in front I gradually all as when they have mmomnr, and to bay or
    Yet the moon was in the eastnod as I ten more u.p bvcame There \ cxpec
    I. amount* to nit ftircjtaifrt. a T. Hayward Willis. and found of in I they boll'r. were borrow them in time to .
    I tie road ran nearly west, I should have light: : of tho tavern, a couple men about wolves thcycamo within. ci\
    ---.rardl- 12.!-1S59.- _-11-- -- -- ---- flAYING located in Jefferson county, one half enough. I had entered the woods, and had the barn cleaning down some stage horses. I twenty of the troika. One of the party I Long is when : person or party has a plcn
    the of Mrs. Braden' >n St. Aujti I I I down I gun range tiful supply of stocks. I-
    ( fellow
    E. C. Cabell rear about half a mile when I' Well old says as got .
    gone my wagon tired a wolf fell. The flock became alarmed
    tine rrad, offers hi, rrofl'N1ioDltllen.lccs to tie eur- ; I A U to view
    Flyer some a
    wheels settled with a bump and a jeik intoa and went around to tho back of the wagon, htalikd bun- buy stockih
    A..11orn.oy; ; : at I.D.vv rounding country. I and :away. Seven or eight in few make
    : to
    a ; orleJS
    have had ooJ ride haven't f ?f" s'llng days
    January 8, 1EC9. 2 deep hole. I uttered an exclamation: ol as- I you :q 3 wolves remained behind to devour their tther
    TLA. gry havo it.
    TALLAHASSEi, --- that all. I heard Who arc I" ho tried, and ho kind ofswore (, as lurkil
    S--- --- I toni;hment, but was not I yc dead companion. The were soon filledv.
    January 8. 1S59. 2 McClellan little, too he asked! the question. I gaps A : rs a pretended sale, Ly cpecialorccnment
    Yonge & another exclamation from another source! I a as On side OU'1 auswcfed howls 1 on
    -- ---- ---- --- every between tho seller and
    What could it be ? I looked quickly I I'm the man you tiied i to shoot, was thbreply. br'rlliant btmyeifor
    side looses and
    WILLIAM S. MLWOHTII A't'tox-n.oys: n't Ln"'OV every sharp eyeswere the .
    pnrprso getting a quotation reported .
    around, but could see nothing. Yet 1 knew i a 'b" volley
    Attorney and! Counsellor at Law, PRACTICE IX ALL 1HK COUJITS' \VhST: ILORIDA.OFFICE that the sound that I heard was very close to I I'h'r(' am If I Let me out"hte.. }('lIeJ.I I' after volley.seen peering.But the Hock guns of w"l\'s mUll'l increased ,

    MONTICKLLO. FLORIDA. AT Pr.-\S.u'OL.A J) \IARHNX] : : 01(. As the hind wheels came up I felt Look hero, we've come to a safe stopping instead of and soon it was I (:Inv HAIK.-Some English writer has re.

    "I \7 ILLpracticc- the Courts of the Middle Cir C. C. YO WF.. rca..1. F. MrCT.F.LLAX, Marianna I' something besides the jerk of the I 'i'. I I place, and mind ye, my revolver is reid)' for i not a. flock but diminishing of wolves h: thic'i I II cenlly asstned that an undue proportion of

    IT euit.att1T1toat.s and Lowodcs County.Oa January: S,. 1859. 2 _. heard something tumble! from one *ij<: to the I ye, iho moment you show yourself.: Xow lay I serried columns which;gs vj chare to lh tleigh. lime in tho system is diecn of prwoalure
    Mnrcb-2.: 185C. 12-ly -5------ ------ other of my wagon, and I could also f;>el the I quiet.( I I II gray hair and aJ\ist peoplo to &void baL a
    Tho wolves bounded forward so rapidly
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    ------ Ellis, Orlopp & Co., jar occasioned by the movement. It was I fly this time (the two hostlers had come upI I the water, either for drinking pure, or when converted .
    G.\I.IHUITU seemed so
    LOXG & they to fly over snow, all
    WIIOLKSALK DK4LERS IX: dimply a man in my cut 1 knew this en I to see what was the matter: and explainedit heard their into lea, coffee or soup, because hard
    AT .IT I. tw, TALL.in A&8KE, FLA. lightly I not a sound was ; IUI- water is
    ORXF.n always strongly impregnatedyith
    HARDWARE, FLM1 CVTTERY, the instant.: Of course I felt puzzled. At firstI all to them. After this I got one of them continued to increase, and increase, and -
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    r A.l.0XO. J.B.G.tLBItA1Tflhiaveaaoci PISTOLS '. imagined somo poor fellow had taken this I to luii and route out the Shoeriti'and tell him LeT be silent tide lime".
    1 1\ ateIt1.cniec1vesintheprttetioeofLaw.' They GUNS, 4'r., 4( increase; they to a
    will attend the Court. in the Middle Cireuit.the Supreme No. 2 11? Pearl.Street, New York. method to obtain ride ; but I soon gave what I he-lived I'd got for him., Tho first drawing nearer sqeret nearer, and which the O:: A young lady who lately gave an or

    , Court and the District Court of the United ROB CUT: ELLIS. this up, for I knew that any decent man wouM i streaks of daylight were just coming tip and of the party, rapidly as they discharged milliner for a bonnet sil! : '* You

    states at Tallahassee.Office MAX OULO1T.. Jt. have asked me for a ride. My next idea was: I in half an hour it would! be broad d3' Ji ht.- guns had no effect on. The wolves.r9 formed ore to nuke it plain, but at Eam *tun
    opposite the Court lIou e. THOMAS P. ELLIS. that somebody Ltd got in to sleep; bat this In less than that time the SherifTcame, and a vast crescent, whose hors began to encompass smart, as I sit i a conspicuous place inchurch. -

    October- 28. 1864. lv __ January 22, S59.---- -4--- --- passed away at quickly as it came, for no two men with! him. I told him the whole in the horses. Their number increased so ." a

    :BOOKBINDING.rp MEDICAL.1t'OT1CE.. man "'t.uJ! have broken into my cart for a few words-exhibited the handbills I had 1 rapidly they seemed to spring out of the A home without a girl in .it i is,.only, half
    that J purpose. And that thought, gentlemen, for him and then ho made for the cart. Ho Thero weird in their
    ground. was something blest it U orchard .without blossoms aiu.1a
    II C UNDERSIGNED 1 IS NOW -0- ; an : *
    Whoever ill them had the inside who hx and if he
    opened was : told chap was
    my eyes. where could three- thousand
    1'JtEIAltEI) WiTH appearances, for without A.house full of sous
    TOOLS AND MATERIALS Dr. J. H. M. Gardner, broken in.My made the least resistance he'd be a dead man. wolves come from in such a desert of snow I is Fprilf with asong.its cedars but daughters
    '{ \ next thoughts were! of :Mr. Dick liar- Then I slipped the iron wrench out, and as I ;
    G located at LLOYD.," offers his rae- The party bad taken the pig into the sleigh ; the fires ido are like tho roses of
    ron nooK SszSy RIXJJl.'Va II.'I... :- SIEVICES to the Citizens of the place dihead. He had heard me say that my load let the door down the fellow made a spring.I 1 his squeal increased the wolves boldness. by > barQ.p

    in all ill branches! and solicits the Tntronage of f the I and the surrounding ('omllry.i was ill! sold out. and of course he supposed caught him l 1t5'the ankle and to came downon I Tho party continued to fire, but they had nose A young fop about tarliiig- down to aNew

    citizens Tallahassee and ..rrtuming country. His i _Oct 9,.1SSS _.41Nathaniel_ ___ ___ I bad some money with me. In this he was I his face 1:,.and in a moment more the: officers :I used above half their ammunition, and had Orleans proposed to purchase a life pr c rrer.
    Shop: it in the Iriekffi'e formerly occupied by Dr. --- 1 light: for I had over two thousand dollars.I .- had: him. It was now daylight and the moment but two hundred cartridges left, tvhilc they .Oh, yonl! not"want it,***uggested due ckok,

    Call,Hinder opposite, and the feds Episcopal cure)that Chimb.be can lIe do is xroik a practical : as Hamlen, I also thought he meant to leave the cart I saw the chap I recognized h'ni. He i I were surrounded by three thousand wolves. i bags of winJ J don't sink." "

    Mell and as cheap rs it cnn be done rlrewhrre.CHAULES COMMISSION MERCHANT when he supposed I had reached a safe place, was marched: off'to the lock up, and I told I The two horns of/hc crescent came nearer Hunt's ME'rbnnti'Magune; enumerate",
    FINDEISEN. and then either creep over and shoot me, or the Sheriff 1 should! remain in town all day. I
    I : substances which
    less than are'mplovcd
    Na 3S PovJras St., New Orleans. and threatened to the no tlirty-cight
    envelope
    July 17, IKS.; !9-1, [ jy Scot copy. knock me cIlwn.U this passed through! ; After breakfast tho SheiifTcame: down to ,I all .earr
    .
    to flocvoreoncistcucy,
    I( of the have give potency
    -0- my mind by the time I had t got a rod fro.n the tavern anJ toil roe that I had caught the party. one hors!>hoI givenout beer.-
    INSURANCE! the fate of the sealed. l and other desirablo qualities to lager
    vvbolw party"
    FIRE
    nF.E' m TO- the hole. bird, and 1 that ill would remain until the : '
    Ex-Oor.Jarnes R Broomc. ) I very .What do you think of this, Ivan ?" saidPrince ; Among diem are: clmllc, niarh15dos1'-b4oo,
    STATE FIRE AND MARIXE IXSlRiNCE CO., Gen. IL A. febine.: } Tall ::1"'ce. Ha. Now I never make it a point to brag of I next morning, I should have the reward of Uepninb, speaking to the driver. I r'tobacco, h cLil; oi?"f yitr&l'eorJW.ira; { >/ 'ilUIH 1:

    PENNSYLVANIA.JXSURE A. D.01fl. Ettq.. I Ntxf port. Fla. eIt. myself but I have Sl'Cn:1 great deal of the two hundred do'lars: which had been l ofTertd.I bad rather at home, Areyou ,* ,, other Jeadljrdrags.. :'"
    against lost by Fire on the osual terms M. Spencer Eeqn J f vvoiIJ, and I am pretty cool and clearheaded I found my goods all safe, paid the express afraid of 'b evil Prnce" !. .The
    F. H. FLAGG, Agent. John J. Snelling. Quincj Flo.Oen. under difficulty.! In a few moments my agent for bringing them from Indianapolis, any consequences If a mau.Aiarty klirevrhe 4! '0 to P.
    very
    nahasee! December 18,1858. 61 Wm. Bailey Jefferson county Fla. resolution Avas*formed horse was..HOW I :1I1J.then went to work to stow them way in devils have tasted blood and the mor you fro i shrewed f. :.. .
    rny) ,
    dion Fla. wolves hareWhat
    M the'more
    J. O Putnam Esq.
    -- --. --- I A a a6tl1.Steele Iaq, C J Ar Keys FU knee deep iti' tIC! mud and I knew I ""couhl; tlo; top of my vehicle: just t as I expected. yon' 'think i U thus? yoa11 thing lo.l. dOe!"- '.'perfume i to the r s JQJlo 6tl-a,6.e-; S

    G. Troup Maxwell: M. D. Daniel KH. Eeq., Hamilton county lie.Jl. slip off w iihoat noise. So I drew my revolver TheyTere in a line about five inches apart .)( .ke. the ltors l-t .fatter Ilia lovely. "
    you
    I without I JjeenVhere I usually sit, two ,of : go : .r I .
    : autl had
    lningh..i kcq. ,. I travel In that one : '
    1'bomanme. ce never country -
    OFFIce UESIDENCE Cl'lY HOTE } of the horses r .Yes !
    & Ed.Seixuc. Esq;.. -I drew tlu8.and; having5twiediht! reins t them would hare lit me somew hereabout the-: sure, ?' Prinr.: .-A .J dt! !(.: ?

    January to, 18 Till/al/assrr.:' '. SS F/a. I X"JaeV r. 20 J., 1858..MarthJ Bsq.j. UwjoanTJlle-.'f. Ceo. round whip-stock, I carefully slipped! downS small of Ibo back: and passed r upward, for.' you sure of our safely. !; ..fo'divr,. : miJo 'lu[, ".- .. a .!o'lJ3.. -4:P.. ..ge\. "..t: W. S

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    the :'eateebiser ViVw/cr Ida j Illf. but becav. possession would subject the For the Flortdlan.MX&IES. .
    Florl4a\ Crop*. The Family Friend and IU q.etola. I of tbe prompter

    # A to tbe Monticclio after had ererread the proceedings of the Convention or possessor to the low',nd groveling insinuations of bITOISeory of the paper printed
    Jlorfoian t Journal.TALLAHASSEE corre pond'Bt writing Snnbh.tlJ I The paper, baying, I it sajs, in Munticcllo, misealJrd! the FatuITy Friend" baa
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    "the letUr him of hits those whose iJ. of and party organization .
    lime on tbe 17th ult. from Waeott. saysiM answered with .candor the .1oi il1's questions to Major Beard informing .IJrulipJes"

    .., -. 'or .".,.,,- A newspaper is JndispeBr.bl* 10W to Ettat Flo Concerning the .political course" of its editor, becomes nomination," such a question would not l.a1 been. begins and ends with the "spoil*." And we fallen tinder toy notice. I is J'.te the !8tl n.au.l

    i : rida. They mutt beer from the different sectionsofcouutt7 I in its turn a eatecbiser. is all fair- Bkd We were net upon the committee to notify might a w"UaJJ here, for tbe relief cf the aspiring b.'ce containing a most fu11Df and ridiculous
    where grain !fa raised' for none will Ti is notice of one of the candidate* far Associate
    1 'l. b, Our questions however, were asked because sominee of the Convention's choice! audtherefor and ambitious, that the humble writer hereof
    made hert. We bare bad eight weeks of con' te Justice of the Court it has offensive
    a
    ,J $ \TVUDAY,3VLT 2, 1859.ir. and of ibis the the public were presumed to feel particularconcern could not haTe written I the let.r"informing in no man's way. He hiss no I schemes of bis own npremc very
    drought, any
    -- -- i many cuntr paragraph dcvo.ed to the late address of Con.
    ground baa been "proD IOth, \lt alout tie rut political standing of the him of Its nomination." The eorcn.it ee was to subserve, a the Florida Xn once intimated.He

    ;- .J.J.TAsRCltAlCE has been appointed agtntt ,I quantity of timber I. dying end already dead in editor. But as be bad expressd tluults with respect composed Judge Eppe Maj. Nathans, W. i*. Dil- aIs. for no .brtl"ouI'I't get orf if he d. Cal Jrlivered en the 24th A. proper e of respect -

    .rtw-.r Subscriptions, Ad.rtixur.au, *the.fo.the Fzr.j t L'f upper part of this (Marion) cotinty. We are 11 to the orthodoxy of the flcridie, we wanted i worth Jo?. Chair Jr., A. J. Smiley, J. floyd I iir d it, and wouldn't 1.:1 onl if he could. A private I for the refined taste of thw eoujinanify alone
    JS4t, and five IB of the send tbetr- I t P
    I condition good
    J"Nft rtI.I. m from
    restrains
    ,
    pitiatile
    c t I truly; I \ me r.sking you to print thr
    tr.'prl ..r b. I"I !! log accounts from other rectaons.. t know whether there vas really anything iu Us Daniel Bird, and II. V. SnelL Which, one of these j jgentliiiien I in the rapk, with uonlfijli 1.1rl.f Ii. I| it in the refcirtd rI1rgI
    as to. i
    the I letter M Beard know j j own to accomplish! no peculiar Ik.tl :pper paper
    I j The Hone C'osspdid., published IB the same I previous record wbicb would warrant tbe ccnclu wrote to ajor we fa\oril'I tl

    j, 7IeConil. "tten Pre.. nud Iron Tit. county .(Vr.rion! ) says on the 21st ult.: sicii that these doubts were theresultufan anxious not, but presume it was Judge Eppes. We never j I no enemies to puni b"-he only'ask to I"jJged I this editor: who, with one t"b of his pen, unJ'I.I -
    J. W. !VtJt*, tli. tt 'iit for tl.ee Tn-'Sw mid I takes to ccrntt the public estimate in .hskhi our
    : We umlrrttand that the late rains, which we I solicitude for "the faith," long felt and exhibited saw the insi e of i until it was sent, along with !j by what he dot*, not ly ivh.it tbe unscrupulous I
    the '. \\\ that) I t distinguished frst Grand Master is lit Id a
    Tie*. i il stopping a !} Hutt 1.UI i -nionid in our last. a, bating jiut eotunuced, :i by bis wrrk, (T whether they were merely the the nominee' letter declining to the Foridin for J may suspect or say. And still another word.- a speak
    r.ambrrof Planter hnve given Lira order for wvre no in this .- This Manticcllo aLone editor his own i er? Some si}' that hli! a native Carolinian and
    l.y meati general, even county.j j manifestation tf A sudden: real, ircontitteut publication, but there .u no such .clause" in it paper, by
    -414 lic-th. The tc.lioioaiaJs n* to the cf the A "ld"poriun of the corn crop is ipele8-ly ruined, will confession be Democrat accord in proof I 1,1t been referred to what A ewre
    j ,
    (fc.neT I > his (erect a. ; We were o.d-fusLioued: > a the one mentioned. The bare insinuation of such can a or nothing

    Mt& IVess are numerous; the Tics are coming 1 r and order lId IludrcJs to make room of acres for some have other already crop been as soon cut, in as I i enough to think I jturr.clUt.tint when one man nurWtakeito a thing if.n insult to every member of the -com- j log to the state of the .bread aud meat" question poudent of his paper said" on the subject on the \

    \ .0 more into fn or J.i'. i the rains commence. In th,ot.otiUfl Micanopy |I'' It: judgmeM upon the political status and recti.tude mittce. But there was a J letter written ly one of I bas twice connected the word "pcntion" "ith the 7th iDst: "I am told said that correspondent !

    QgGen7: Milton. f R Hsrri., S. iJTLove, Esqj., I and 1alAtt.the country is complete-! parched Cut 1 of other who have never faltered no,not for t'le editors of the Foridan to M jor Be:r.t..hieh Floridian. I by that it is meant that the F.oridian you are from the old Palmetto Stale and if to,you
    want la" south of Oc Xj I.
    1 I tin s to who attacked in columns.The .
    'seeling of the Directors of the Pen so cola d Georgia sufficient to make up tbe loss sustained above. b.nd. and we desired to b informed whether tbe confounded ,'iL the one informing him of his e nployed to do the extravagant fur the editorial are your -

    R. II. Co. with the hew obtaining a transfer. We are sorry to learn that the drought spoken judge in our ease came up to this standard or not nomination." Tie circumstances under which that I columns of the Friend i is slightly mistaken.. The I very chivalric spirit upon which I A Univtr-

    i t ..f the rifebt t construct the Western end of the of i not confined to Marion. The NewnansvilleDitpatch And we are compelled t say that the information letter came to le written were these : Xo one of Floridian i the property)of iu editors! -is not in eolUl" relied to gain admission to the columns of I II

    tt j-md froQ Quincy on through Jack on County, in of the 22d June,speaking of the "Weatherand furnished is not satisfactory. I is true, he stood the committee Inowiag where their letter would I the interest of any man clique of men, and look the Family Friend, if really possessed by Its editor,

    the Erection of Pcnsacola. Crops" remarks: by the Democratic standard in 18S6, but in 1858 reach the nominee, be being absent from the State, ta the rank and file only] fur iu fCrpr. Whatever I should have restrained him from insulting a man .

    The weather for the part few weeks Lea been after previously having oracularly pronounced all they directed ;it t him at Tallahassee, and left it I el'mo A the fruit of strife-is I Vn.rs1t in 'cf But he is no Carolinian, !

    4 Fourth ofJnlr. very ..r and the corn crop suffering severely parties to be corrupt, he "did not advocate any with us, with the request that it might be handed I that much outside of its rcgular-biiriness! end even I Messri Editors. He is a native Orange County
    I lite exerci*< at Capitol on Monday be. for rain. Corn carly is ruined, and will Xew York, I have been informed and believe
    1. lint planted man's or party's cause" We give him the full to him on his return home which; won expected io then it receives not a cent which it does not earn a ;
    the 4th! will commence at o'clock, a. m.- not bring five bushels to the acre. Tbatplnnted any and if this *
    .lg be *<>, it account for the vulgar
    4 1 a few days or weeks most Learning immediately L hard work and incessant toiL A pension"i is may
    of his effort to for his record
    about April is doing better if we btnci Lit e : a } I
    ) will read the Declaration of Independence tt.tN\ fpl"gi
    p Ephrairn 11. abuse is the most of tie
    T'enl after that he at in a for services rendered the wlil striking peculiarity
    was
    paid
    have rin willn a few daysit will yield On "Te Floridian takes to the reasons Beerslicla Springs stipend already t
    and the oration be delivered ectpton.
    I by James last Wednesday there was a very hieavyrain abut gave for standing aloC fr.m the IJvOCC. of TenntsSe request we forwarded i t.Jim there, Floridian occupies no place on such a list. editorial articles in the lumber of his. paper spoken :
    ja1 n. W Jr. three miles north of Newnanstille. but it Judge Hawkins lost and ot A MASOX. :
    t0t .
    t year accompanied l>y I private letter explaining the circumstances We would have none of onr readers to ,
    -- --- extend far, and seemed to be confined to the forest whether we, a Editor of the Southern Republic, suppose June CO, 1629.Mcs .
    under which the that this article been T.uD.\t
    J Wejuin with thie-&rttiwel in the exprrMH'U of instead of the corn and cotton field The prospectfor gave any aid and comfort to the Gndsdcn Demo- eommitee'l letter long written merely for --- -

    I vur iucvrc regret at the de[
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    4 remarks from that ( I Further West the intelligence is more cheering.The like the }Floridian. to fall back upon in case the copy of that letter,but Major Beard has been kind it The falsehoods upon which the questions, of gentlemen will be supported for County i
    ,111 ing copied of Tuesday Commissioners of Leon viz
    l Republic was nut supported by the and : Joseph Chaires, Sr.,
    papr Madison last 1'IIl enough to furnish as with the which that bottomed did not with it Jt
    original
    1 Jut Io the removal of Mr. Long Statei Jfestfuyer Saturday says: consequently were compelledlo publish we paper are originate I Patrick Smith, Capt. William Lester and F. K.

    L lias loet au enlightened citizen, the Bar one of i's During the lost week or ten days, we have had dent Journal. If we had occupied an independent here subjoin : but have been whipere about for months by a Cotten. MANT VOTERS. C;

    I'r frequent and heavy' showers of rain, and there has position in the State contest, would have been TALLAHASSEE, June 23, 18 58. certain clique of pseudo-democrats I
    gLtMt ornaments, and the Democratic Wi disrgnizing. -----
    party oneofitsablctt been in the and
    dlide improvement corn cotton consistent, we had advocated the cause of the MAJOR Betsy, Dear .Sir Ihe letter of whom iu and S
    f ., champions and defenders. We have crops. present indications are that the corn Democratic i in the County for the Legislature (ldoS \1 some unmaskll themlelns 1818 The anti.Sldel democrat of Louisa nn* hold a fr

    1 long enjoyed his personal friendship, and been fre crop in this section of country will be .large as ? No caniidatC, sir, we did not advocate any man's or left in that my charge would by sooner Mr.reach Eppcf, te ep.'tl'lion our design in replying t them has been chieflywith bolting eon veution on the 4th of July. They have -!

    I t fjlu..tlj .,"IC..iifi._ .,gallons cvuunci .n
    *ire in.the dim-barge f our duties as journalist. contiDulnre ( 'etbtr A we opposed any nomination (by a con veil learning from son that it would reach In the campaign of'38, the .blriksiV of tie --- -
    your
    1 will have effect it.The you
    lately, an injurious upon tion,) of candidates in the for the
    In his new lipae, we wish him the most uuboun-- We county Legisla at Beerehtla Springs, I send it there. The letter self-announced candidate for Congress against the The Pensacola Observor rays there are at present
    rains spoken of teem to have been ture. took tbe.position that there but one
    general
    dod "A contains the ofei.l Ionounc.ment of your nomination Democratic nominee relied much these slanders fifty nine cases of Cl agres fever on board the
    and upon sloop
    PI''lorlY 1'"f'piat' throughout Middle Florida. last organized (tarty, and that it was unnecessary)' and for Mr.
    Walker
    day Register.
    Nearly every politic to endeavor create whore wi b your (oppo to weaken whatever of influence this of war Savannah, lying at the naval station.
    Hon. ] I. A. D nfcBt You know his paper
    Long. week there were aho"'tr of more or less severity ; 0lf3iLion. strength Ind probntitie .
    there existed lathe ed, --
    seek to exert in the of .
    might eanvaaa
    lune
    This defeating him better than I do, but year.
    di.tinguibt gentleman we rrgre to learn, but on the 25th The cotton ta The President i is to make hUannual visitto
    .
    Saturday expected
    it .
    Whether the Floridian is answered" -
    : prl or not will you say that some of your oldest and "best friend
    takes his final departure per steamer, via New Or crop thus far has not been very damaged here t think of The Pre. Bedford about the middle of July, and
    seen by the questions h d.ftu a matter very great doubt Independent -Conservative Spring
    b\t republsbh.g PloiJiat
    leas, on to-morrow, far his new home iu Texas: though the land in some places we learn was : /beliece you generally supported by thee Democracy. View.. b absent aoot fortnight.

    "here he intends t resume the practice of his pro much washed Saturday's deluge. A continuation In this connection would whether The Convention was very small-only We will not be provoked into an unprofitable .

    .. fession. He i ia an able, and el d we inquire again two detbt.present in from the East dispute with the Independent frets about the import
    ingenious of
    lawyer of decided ability and much caret ience, and effect As a general tiling we believe the corn cropis legislative ticket at that time ? We the was IU.le.L. < 11\1 ever bud of the Floridian',language in reference to GOT. o

    _ no duubt will ao-,n take position at the Texian Bar lair, though in some sections the is by are already told that he did not support Hawkins- You can send your re-ply directly the Floridian. Terry's address; we prefer to extend the right hind FROM

    alongside oilier moat dili gui.l.e and successful no means flattering. propL was it essential to his "indtpndence" to vote 1.1 With high regard, ., of fellowship over the following sound and conservative EUROPK.ARRIVAL : .
    Weft cot t and to the .jadependent"
    -
    prol< C. E. DYKE. article from the J'rett of last
    sJocatca.ts a we consider Mr. I copied Satur
    Chancery I.'re
    There been
    no..iu since Saturday last candidates for the Legislature against the 5 OF TIlEtflflT.
    Long very superior. We have head him upon aev- I Democratic nominees T There is not one word of this brief letter that we day. It is among the most cheering indications ofa

    ) -oral occasion in cases involving I broad equity, ,henbit The Quincy JirpMic is mistaken in supposing By analyzing the reply to 4hese queries, it will would lter if it was to be written over again under peaceful termination of distracting.difficulties that

    efforts< in point of force and perspicuity of argument J that the tlorldian has any desire to dictate" MS be noticed that the Floridian has not been .an- circumstances similar to those existing in 1858. 1 we have yet t n We join in the design of the __ .

    to how the editor f that shall ".1 private ItHer fro friend to a friend, written Prets-the withdrawal of the bone of contention"from u
    were considered unsurpassed. For several c press act a 1 pcb swered. The very important matter of the vole 1 NEW TO K, June 2C.-The North German Lloyd'

    years he was engaged in an extensive practice on lie journalist" The editor can "act" as be pleases, for l1'es cott" is studiously avoided. Why. dodge with no inteution to influence his deh.rmintuD, further discussion in the newspapers-most, steamship Bremen, Captain Wesseh, with Southampton -

    I, die equity aide of the docket in Tennessee prior to but this will not deter tbe Floridian from remonstrating that? Has the editor learned that the Jefferson except in so far I the statement respecting the private heartily. I should be forbidden fruit," not only dates to June 14. has arrived.

    htiscemeral to Florida in 1S43 where be at once took against the admission to bis ofcharges Democracy are not tolerant of J'tcot Democrat ,views of some of his:friends, coupled with the t be excluded from the Democratic press but to be June 13.-The sales of Cotton to day

    I pnsition in th(rout rank' at the Tallahassee Bar, unfounded and unjust respecting U! I *, and is this tbo nr.reatn why he i slow to ad. expressed belief o/ the writer that he would .be banished from Democratic meetings and councils. reach L"EroL COOU baler, of which exporters took 1000, the

    l\\ and retained it until, declining health compelled him the instance in question, the charges not only affected mit that he backed that levelling disorganizer vita generaly: supported by the Democracy" might conduce Without this latter, it will he but A hollow peace. market dull but and
    1 closing very steady, slightlyin
    relinquish it. the flondia* but others. The article copiedby lit vote t Moreover, there is a want of coherence to that end Its publication now stamps a base Shall we have such a burial of differences? What
    favor of
    Breadstuff's dull and
    the from the Ptindar contained coin the allegation, come from whom it may, that say our Democratic brethren of the ? buyers. are prices
    in the his in 1858.He .
    He was elsa elected 'lite Senate in 1853, Repvblie reasons given justify course press nominal The weather favorable forthe growing
    sale
    ; appointed Buchanan 1.6, and became slanderous allegations against long-tried and trusty says he vt*"compelled to publish a independent decline.we covertly We"irtriguc-d" to induce the nominee to [F0'the Independent Press of June 25/A.] crops. Provisions and Produce are dull, and the

    a prominent eal.aia.teffor the Legislature of that men of its own pry, some of whom are residents journal," and yet admits tlrtit be undertook to never exchanged a word with him on I We have copied from the Jacksonville Standard* tales Turpentine is steady.

    : winter (0 the Senate of trje Slate Being ot its own it to much to expect that regulate and control the mo"cment of an .organized the subject of Register before the convention nut- the above editorial comments upon the late addiejg unimprtant
    U.ite at 93)) 3i.
    quoted @
    never him afterward of lov.. Terry, to the of Trustees, and lre
    saw
    until hii commend
    I ulijrctto "d'n. and finding that his health. wiih.in a Democratic paper, in giving" publicity to distinct part3The Democracy of Gadsden have been return from to the 10ar,1 of our reader

    ", statements calling iu the sincerity the in the of their candidates Tennessee, and wrote him no Utter except the one th"l .U"ntitl GENERAL
    .11 last two or three years had so much failed him question Ilatit selecting by convention The able and niftt manner in which the IXTEUGEXCI

    r l'I' be determined last winter li lock for a climate more truth and 'faitulne"of such men, shoa'd' accompany -the Southern Republic strenuously op given above, and our .nelil'are heartily welcome Standard hits treated controversy throughout, The English! :1nisLer have resigned, and Lo:d

    1 t congenial to his constitution, and found it at San I tbe publication 1.lh some word of eoomicnt, posed" any such procedure, and thus impertinentlyinterfered to all they ca'make out of that! has placed that sheet liiirh in the confidence and Palmen>ton has been chosen Premier,and Lord John, .

    An'olio.Teia,-which place be i.e. adopted seLl, either of doubt, explanation or apology? The editor with what was (it not being 1 Democratic There are other questions put by the Fritndlo tend respect of the people give of Foridl, and 'i profitable doulte! Rusccll, Foreign Icretal'.
    I
    4 'i. future home, and ret ,to it on to-morrow. of the Ktpublic ,'a present at the Convention journal) confessedly none of its business. which we must reply a briefly) n possible, bating ereullliol mltlrial.to throughout the Stnte.. I, The Austrian* have evacuated Piarenzit, Fa via.

    I J Mr. Long, we lose a warm personal friend, and and knew who were the gentlemen embraced in the This interference, too, wa resented, for when the already.consumed more space than we designed: :tanJlrd has differed with his Excellency; Lodi, Coogna and Ancona. Before leaving; Pia-

    li. carries with him to his new home our best wishes sweeping allegations of the )'et-iuslar, and therefore party came to hold their convention they did lot 3d. Did yon not "pps I nomination by the Dc- yet its difer.nce hove been discussed calmly and cenza, the citadel and fortifications were blown up

    S we submit, should hare been slow to believe much request the editor publish their tm>cracv of Leon ( Letri lature? "Did you r<)cetfuJ.IDo at no time have its 'jxtges heeii by the Austrians. Prince Metternich is dell
    for bis future happiness and success.IBaaoiile I A t proceedings endorse anything abusive or disrespectful.We .
    fie revelations of"the unwritten '' not an independent ticket brought out by Lord Glatville the first choice of the
    pretended was Quee.ifor
    in lila is the
    closing think it is time
    that the
    ragt. lee jmra- the & cotiMstimj of Broome, Cabell, Archer now high mutter
    Celebration. Tdia much .t 1.1 wee du. to those ,IarltprN.I graph of the proce.ppr.:ngft as j.rinUd in the J'luridian and Will"ti"t. -and did you,not carry that endorsement was a an end ; surely it has occupied the newspapers Premier, but he could not form a Ministry

    S t s1.itet1seu&ifavorat1eeathicr.t1iere nasa ery 'I 8 the .milk-and-water faction who rth'e to re of tbe 24tl August, IMS: the Leon Democratic Convention, culled long (enough. .More than twelve luorjhs it The Queen afterwards was satisfied that he wa

    t) large fitli.ring of the Masonic Fraternity in tins; suit to stratagem t aeeompl.1 what L'I.ir means Three theirs were then given for HawLius and for he purpose omakira nomination? The! Con lisa. Ix-en a prominent suljcct of newspaper i8IS'ion the only obstacle in the way of a union between

    c'it\.n the 24tli-the anniversary of1.. John the I they' could nut." :lt'JI Kierelt, bantam, JToye*, the candidates, and upon motion of John G. Smith, \tnlio overruled candidates you and! threw every)one of)your *been, and the all the absorbing greater portion suljcct of The that subject time it is has exhausted Palinerstou and Russell, and vent for Lord Palmert-

    ; Baptist Full ;. fl jjicaptations viere prefett from Jirovuie: ,Blackburn,Wbitfield, Bird, Bellamy, Pope, it was resolved that the ('rtMng of this meeln. independent We did not (\rlonr. ; the side of the Railroad Company has ton with whom the had an hour's interview,and Ii.

    (h) Jackson, Washington, CooetTdia, Centre\ile] Mic- II IIh Smith and Gmlmm are among those thus denounced, be forwardedtolhe oppos a nomination" by the Dnuocrucy been presented in every imaginable iiiape, and then straightway sought Lord John Russell, who
    nil for after which the meeting adjourned. of Leon for the
    publctiul Legislature, or endorse a with small shore of 'its
    fotukie, Newport. IIir"m. Jifferson and Madison not name it is true, but they are assuredly meant, 11. M, LIPFOKD, Chairman. i 'no. abih' advocates have agreed to serve under him but none other.
    1.J brought out the Sentinel Ip ion and
    ti.kt by or carry that 1 L."I amongst ihtD some of the ablest *
    ; Lodge Indeed it wee the largest congregation of CHARLES A. BTLES, &crearw.It The London
    I for they questioned the wisd.m of nominating a endorsement into thu Leon Democratic Convention i pen in the tat( They have chobeii their umpire, Timeitajt that Palmerston and Ro-
    i ;
    I Brethren of the mystic tie" ever before beheld in candidate for Register, as was their right and ptiv may b true that the editor .did not advocateany called for the of i (JiiJjje Law,) and he Las nuJere his judgment ; sell favor lie cause of Italy, and think that Austria
    '
    .1 I Florida,the fruits of which were a liberal liege, and that, too, without impeachment of tbek I man's or any party's e.ul' in 18S8," but the purpose making a nomiuaton.- j! the board accepted and are acting upon it, and to ought to acknowledge her defeat.It .
    The of the Friend !, but
    i" tion for the of Mount Vernon contrLu-1 prompter a poorly pfetcd all practical end, that settle the matter.
    purchase motives or their Dt orey. Does the epnblie I very strenuous opposition" of the Southern Rtpub- is rumored that Louis Napoleon intends returning -
    his
    r principal. The Sentinel suggested as Governor Terry, too, has to the
    f I terchange of Undly feelings among the believe that these gentlemen, 01 any of tl.m, or I lie to tbe mode by which the Democracy of the men" to be nominated the competent length, the reasons of his presented course, and pul.lcat to France, and Marshal Pelissier will remain in

    J.od P. G. M. Gen. R K- Call the orator atpin'l any others in or out of the Convention, were guiltyof county placed their candidates in the fet en Archer Beard by Democracy, right or wrong A to the merits of the di pltl\I".tlfr we command of the army.
    not Broome and
    I Mer" ( ,)
    Ca\tl
    c ted by the Grand Lodge delivered a I the conduct charged by the Tampa' pupt-r-inoth cournged three to announce themselves under fall. The think every disinterested mind wi a once decide The Austrians left behind them in Placenza their
    Floridian
    1 appropriate .JJrti. His review cf the character II' ..r words, that they resorted to to the guise of .independents," by which means copied a ptrtg'alb from (lie&nliul's that the reasons given fully u his:acton ia the cannon and provisions. -
    .stratagem" article added few and
    him of
    t premises absolutely acquit (
    1 !
    ( vfWAS14iGRii x al"unde"ith) pas.egeeof rare beaniy defeat the will of the party after that will bad been one of the Democratic nomin.e was d.eat and of its own. and concluded.as cOlllimelfr.words: I which, he fans been e ruthlessly tlwrrthymotins"ih assailed. Gen. Garibaldi had occupied Bergamo, and"re-

    t and excellence, and '.he whole address was re- I expressed in tbe nomination of .candidate: ? Thisis another elected only by a bare majority. For at Besides the mentioned fl.lo\s Judging frm I te tone of some of uurco .mpnri"8, pulsed 1500 Austrian, who were marching against

    I I'lete ,ith patriotic sentiments well expressed. I a plain question and can be answered without le.ist two, if not all three of the indtpenden Know there gCltl'htn are (.th.r in the county by; our equally eotemporory !I I one .oul it a high crime for a pu.le him from Brest-Li.

    t The oration of Gov. Call ..followed by A orig- acrimoniously ascribing to Tallahassee organ" Nothing candidates the editor of the JrirHoted ; competent," who would fill the position of Icgit-la- to not II3e surrender any judgment to of his own, tha would Russia has concluded a financial convention with

    .It IJ( l'u4r from Major Ward. No words that. we couldiuploy I a deoire to "cry down any action or conduct" the and tilts, though his papr "'8 not openly and torn with advantage to the State. Among those convictions of duty.expediency But be,that regard it may to the his the Rothschilds,the details of which have not trans

    -q (- ,'O&I impart a just idea of this exqnUite "may adopt." It only a avowedly for or against any man's or any Party"cause we have suggested we may refer to Governor whole merits of flue dispute are now A fully before pired. *
    RtPI6i eOU t i Broonie, Messrs. 1). 1'. Hofrne, Is!. A. Long, Dr. G.
    j liter.r eomioeitiin. It insist be beard .its au I question of justice-nol one of editorial dignity and ," the effect of its course ''A inevitably hurt Troup Maxwell. John B. Galbraith, J. John Wil- the public, and we think the people should be alhowed The French army passed the River Adda, without

    1 1a" thor, in his on'n inimitable way, recites it, to be independence, and all l that sort of nonsense. And ful to the .cauf." of the Democracy.. Xor is it Ham, Jo,. Chaires, sr., Dr. F. A. Byrd, itc,, Ac,- further to bickerings consider and in the judge of the matter The without further opposition.

    :' k jToprrly alred.te. Rich in the finest poetic I by way of helping the Republic to a definite conclusion true that 00""oppoMtion existed" in Gadsden Surely from such a list, incudiog those who served prosecution yf the ne"lpp.r.the pre\ can The Austrians hav evacuated all the States of

    b ; t thoughts and interspersed with the most genuine in the premises we will eUte, .our belief, previous to the nomination of the Democratic others tbe countjr whom e faithfully we have not time to Legislature enumerate, and, only result in evil; no good can come out of it, for the Church.It .

    ( : ".he of nit, i delighted and. electrified the audience. I I.i 1 founded upon evidence too strong to be questioned) I canJid.tes It ..a there theM as it is now-as it U ticket can be selected that shall combine all the a the mind of every man in the State 'ho feels:any i* reported that the Austrian Emperor will

    f Major W. must surely be a favorite with i that. no one of the persons teferred to-no one "in in every county in the State, a the Democracy qualifications insisted upon our neighbor-the' special not likely interest that in the thing matter which is made up be and raid it in is take the command in person,and act on the defensive.
    any or ca n
    lit, 1 l ,the Muse. Such production could only be the J j or out of the convention," except the individual may yet find to their cost-and witb the encouragement qualifications" of good uieu-honest nit-n-competent the newspapers will change IheVesult may Some harm, Garabaldi threatens the lower Tyrol.

    .011 of one liberally endued with the divine ImatoL" "'hos letter appears in another column-appr ached given by the Republic in its strenuous


    4 This i not the first pete effort with I the nominee by word or act, or in any way, 11;tion" to a party nomination, they rallied gentlemen here mentioned were party it the war goes on.Its harmony may I epermnlmly and it is reported will soon land troop between
    voted for in the broken ,
    V committee to whom the selection up, ai d its pnwerfor good or
    which tills gentleman has friends. A form to influence his determina hundred The Democratic candidates-Kenan, I. Trieste and Venice.
    : shape or sought evil be the effortsof
    I few ctantas in imitation of Wide's.My life is like I tion. This much is due to high toned honorable Wilson and Campbell-received; respectively 448, of a ticket wag referred, and one of the was nominated may! detmye, AIreadyinrpiteof affair .assumed a political .

    : the summer rose," which were attributed to the gentlemen, who cannot but look with disgust and 398 and .444 votes, while-Independents"-Datidaon to wit: Mr. Galbraith. For the informationof east, and -meu are looking to it .a hobby to STILL LATER-ARRIVAL OF TUENOVASCOTIAN.
    ]laVie Lieut. the editor of the Friend(for no one seems to need ride into office-it is fully to our to the
    1o. were rt-1amed W. T. s" I j ineffable the efforts of the little Love and Evans-received each 473,442 eO eyes
    contempt upon it will state that not that facts-they are palpable observation, .
    I more,) we we were on 10 e.cipe
    1 if Quincy, some time last year and their real a of restless who are and 382 totes-pretty conclusive evidence of the _
    t agitators
    clique industriously committee.The and we think too serious, in their consequences nit
    thor te for the first time lade known. They I laboring to sow the reeds of distrust in and bring presence of an opposition." t enlist the solicitude of all who feel .n interest in Cotton Market Quiet.

    .will not suffer io comparison tilth the verses which about of the Democratic We will not,lo'eer,pursue the subject further, last question is a poser: the success of the Democratic party. Divided in
    a disruption QUEBEC, June 27.-The Steamship Nova Scolian
    :-iuaJe Wilde fam'ne: I prtJlt to refer the reader a communication 4th. Who has been promised the berth (at a salary the East,two powerful factions warring against each
    members of which except
    : tie diqethe \ut of eight dollars per day, by D. L. Yulee,) of other, whatcan expected but tl defeat ? Hornis bas arrived with Liverpool dates to June 15th.
    A Gadsden Democrat resolved since this
    MT LIFE from ,
    I LEE TUE SCATTERED WRECK things make"them all statesmen-capacity it possible fur a house COMMERCIAL.
    t great Superintendent of the U. S. Court House against itself to
    t -M life I like Uie sumner rose.''-J?. IL Wilde.My I It and opportunity. article was placed in type, the statements of which, to be built shortly in the city of upte stand,and unless the public discussion ohM,dispute Liverpool Cotton Market.-The sale of Cotton

    I if denied sill be sustained by other*.- In the last that ( ] exhausted) be at once abandoned, is
    life la like the suatbred 1 reck .There I a short sentence in tbe Rfpublic sharp many regard t question we wi ray for the three days 19,000 bales, of which speculators -
    44l Cast l>v the ware upon the a'lore; Enough been said to show that the Floritlicn't we have been informed that the the Floridian not the Democratic party to all lotnt and purpose .
    ir The hk.a Miaau,Ito rlttad deck retort pr.gantith meaning. It speaks of tbe lists been promised the berth ; and we simplyask ) divided against ittin public Interestis took l.OUU bale, and exporters 8,600 bales.-
    1 oUhe shipwreck that I. .>r.Tet hare not not been answered but that very
    Pt from these rvlles of the storm lemoratie r" al not having "enough energy questions ont. the question to be in keeping with tbe insinuation made to bend iu come shape or other to this affair The market closed qniet.

    The mariner bis raft will fom left in it ecn to bold a cn1nto. I the the political cOlr; of the editor of the Family that our principles .are held subordinate to Even the election or Supreme bench has not escaped State of Tradt.-Manchester advices were favorable
    iI Aga'a to"mlo the ee; Friend not been such to warrant him in determining If the editor answers the in the Men urged to become candidates because -
    1,1 a I money. question it ar
    boasts let it there
    But hope no bark fur me flmri&a explain tbis I really as a better demand prevailed with a Suit average
    I whether the floridian can or cannot .be affirmative, the Imput.ton ,'i recoil upon lila own they favor the one or the other side of thisdispute
    tile ia like thi blighted oak, U a want of "energy" in tbe good old p.ry. mayit bead. andare, likely to be voted for, and perhaps business.
    That I lifta IU seer and withered form the internecine which looked as a correct expounder of the Mth"h..Dxety elected because London J/arfot-'.Consoli closed at 93|
    L Gcataed by Ik*ilfbtatng'a sadde stroke, not be attributed to war t The concluding sentence is wbetthe lawyers calla they are for or against the views of Honey
    t t 'I Sternly ta rftel ta.cwiulng storm ; the selfish and are seeking excite in on this score being too sudden to b reaL 'I the Governor or the Florida Railroad Company ai 3I. -
    .m\tioul II is doctrine that
    editor
    I h Yet round that sapless trunk entwine And so, too, must we conclude with respect to the won fijnitur. I a new an the case may be. Wat. reflection upon the good GENERAL NEWS.
    the the Floridian atid
    l The eorUof teadrils ot the vine, have ,
    ( Republic cannot an office while others without I
    rok t-n. accept can, sense, patriotism
    ad of *
    A ad life nod freshness there Impart in the State been as string questions propounded to ue Apparently IndtpDdene sovereign After tbe retreat of the Austrian from Bologna,
    the
    papers Slate I Will
    not this
    2 ot the be.r ol.er deL"OIte compromising his Why we had t matter
    & paloD-blrhl the of such they/how concern for the Convention's nominee rriDep1eL" and endeavor the Cardial ; ,and the Municipalities
    My Ilk. the desert rock faithful in wsrnJng: against cnsUfbct thought that the bestowal 'of a .berth" carried to select a bench wholly uncommitted Legate departed
    la i.I e lone and drear; a strife as they should have been 7 Have ,'e'bot for Register ; but we imagine very little ,'al felt or with the that the fortunate to, and uncontaminated by any such influence? proclaimed Victor Emaouel Dictator.
    \Fnra by the wild-wave's ceaseless shock, manifested in 1858. a new-born feeling, gift an implied assurance We express these views with due respect for all
    per.
    in in The of SardinU extolled Garibal
    much absorVd matters no I I King publicly
    been connected
    p That round Its baa their i way
    aurre* rear; to recipient thereof had been faithful to hi* the parties interested, and without to impute
    r- Tetthseetbesee.moeistlfl will cling and quickened into life by a change of lo.tion L intending di's deeds and awarded him medaLThe
    witb tbe k.rhnciplesofDemoemaey, lap a military gold
    motives
    Some lower will find a cleft to sprIng, gr.a whereoftheaid ubrl" ,asintended improper to any iodi\idual, for we
    I H And breathe even there, a sweet perfume ; thus allowed teal for 'He" to overshadow the lead- doubtful political county to one decidedlyand "lrincip1t a token of from "thepowers have long since learned that men may honeitly Weimar Zeitimg officially announced that the
    Fur me Uf,'.Bowers no more will "10 should cohere 1 overwhelmingly Democratic-most probably regrde. approbation I differ; we do not feel at liberty therefore,
    t in.r purposes for which as a p arty we ." mistaken, t charge Emperor of Austria will forthwith assume the command
    A general desire is felt that the Poem, which we May not tbis. be tbe for which our another .bread and meat" sensation. But what I we peremptorilydecline I corrupt motives against those who differ in opinion in chief of the Austrian army, and that he
    explanation all right, title and interest and to the ith and
    a us, we think it bas been Mi mittaken
    liave' e imperfectly potce may be given to the brother asks! But '1.t is tb.' meaning of the ever be the reasons which induced lie questions& same, in favor of Use editor of the Family Friend I,I policy of some of the netepapert that has brought had ordered the army to a position, which was to

    _ public in printed form. enigmatic word we have quoted Are we to understand we are obliged to the editor albeit but a cats-paw We cannot the of abut much of the ni results atta'n.lingtheeontro. be occupied ia the most advantageous manner.

    _ _ The ceremonies of the day. eDli.fne with) appropriate the Rtpbiic as still desirous of }holding of some prompter behind tbe scenes, for affording forego the pleasure charms of.dvO.tng"office. our versy, because .irD sbarpeneth iron" and man is The Austrian having evacuated Modtna, were
    Odes and music concluded principles" even fo Perhaps A >siaft, and if he is abused will cent it in some
    Inspiring were covered ns the opportunity of disabusing the minds of the r<
    the in towards the river
    Judicial Convention 1 tb. meaning the Friend is not troubled these old fashioned full] retreat Oglio.

    with a strmptuous dinner, prepared at the City tip in tbese words t I so, we hope our' well-meaning who may hue given credence t ecruplea-ride the reasons "it for his independence .tape Large reinforcement were about to leave France.
    otel'p -
    given
    Hotel and served up expressly fat the occasion, of the stories upon which his inquiries are based without .
    "'i not consider us as dictating in 1858. There need however, be alarm For the Floridian Lord Palmerston was making good progr ia
    rar any
    which a large number of guests partook with a relih "as a puUiejoumnsliat" when we ask him t speak seeking to fathom the designs of the unscrupulous -I' felt on our account. We not have been "promised Miseu. EDITORS-I see that the Editor of the the formation of hi* cabinet. A auth.otls list waa

    aiMlKppetite sharpened by the protracted exercises a little more plainly. The Floridian would like agitators who originated them. the berth" In question. I is in M the gil of the Secretary Family Friend I endeavoring to justify his un expected on the day the steamer sailed. It wa m-
    .
    a the Capitol 1 to hear him on that question. WeLd thought, The first que on i quite unnecessary, considering of the Treasury, who .a strong partiality when Editor of the Southern Republic, and epe. niored that Lord Elgin had been appoints! to the

    The Boston Traveller announces the accession of however, that all idea of such an assemblage, whether that the position of tbe .Florulia with f.pd for Naval officers and West Pointers for all such : emIly the independent potiiion of that paper. Colonial office Cobden to the Board of Trade, and

    ( i ,. a man of" world wide 1p'lt.tiol to it* editorial in the shape of a Democratic or ..Peple'evention ." t the matter w'whch it refer was e.el job I I true a few gentlemen. among whom : He may appeal t the column of'the Southern Gladstone Secretary for India. -

    force. Gen. Caleb Cashing I to b the man. bad been abandoned. I is presumable la 1853- JtU whether,at the las8tte'CDy"ntion.e GOY Perry, GOY Broome, Mr. Maxwell, CoL D. 0, Republic with perfect safety, e far aa that paper An order had been issued tor the mobilization of

    The Boston Comer disposes of the rumor con- too, tha upon the .rnngt of that impression oppo'eJ a nomination for Register, and our answer Livingston, Col Blackburn and. some others not I ..concerned, with respect t the Democratic par the Prussian ansy.
    did until the Convention
    i that *re by rote
    tamed in the above thus: hue the numerous candidates \in tbe field been particularly recollected, were kind enough, a year 'lo if candidate. 2iit it i. well known tothe
    I FURTHER BTTHE STEAMSHIP TESSESSEE.
    t Th gexitlemttnoftbe .\011.wldereputaton" referred announced, tb friends of "'bor rl..ing upon ttt had decided otherwise, when we yielded our orr I or two ago, recommend us, and we believe that Democracy of Gadsden that the Editor .. a warm
    the decision of the E Ounas-Tb..conduct with the 'fir* mil
    rr to ia Mr. Charles well, sition and majority
    c G 'hol npr will not be disposed to lulrit uncer- .tf t m.k Judge Hawkins, Mr. Yoke, and Mr. Mailory I zealous adYO.t. the election
    -.- in the e, on the opt eratiN1OSOL prh.pa .upprer.and o 0 Uionof specle.arrivedat Jallspaonth* 10th of Jon*
    Kovut MJhuitt de lilm known in aon ;I tam of a convention, where personal |rtfer. also, certainly the two first, promised" to I Wut in opposition r Hawkins for Con
    mi follows I for
    'dt. Europ Hie second question : but wa detained nearly a week by Gen.Itoble
    and tlu name to become as ; .rnce and net competency way be the rule of acton il present the matter to the notice of the Secretary, gress. I the Editor of the Friend will excuse
    Sd. The Convention overruled your hop an examination. The conducts again atartad on
    Loosehidd word among the,dmirer of the ExCovernor < Beard for ol'jectoland and that is the last of it --The Court House, however the I taken io doing Aim this jiofic-
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    of Mr. Hozcwell is himself modst i| John editor of tbe San Francisco Herald, nominated Major ad. the llth under a permit from Roblea, tot when
    lunrr. that the lug.nt. we are not mistaken appointed yon open tbe cominhtce will not b built, the appropriation baring which it dne to him acd_the Democracy of G.d
    : W" cannot beip thinking i iTraveUvr been nominated for Governor by the DcuiocaUe cear the National Bridge, Books overtook him and
    _ annoucement tnt have j| to notify the nominee of tile convention'schoice. rerfrted the treasury. BaIt this were not to, den ; and this I d the more cheerfully because be
    ben t
    aauoying the
    Convention California two sir did not write the letter ordered the return of the specie to. Jalaj. on
    State ,over competitor to
    1:y I4ii. Yet, it is due to history that this xpfana.L Now you and the appointment should happen t b offered, DOW edit a press in the Banner County of our
    of his The eondocta refbeed.
    and Mirsmon.
    I Major Beard informing biO romiD.tn. anthority ctCto.
    IQaIh'ns2JUT3tL. | would pot aee. though tendered by a thon- State where his De raocra should te jrreferly
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    candidate for the fib additional had wa pt y ap
    -* SA. II. S Foote Congren.in Hk_iMadd, the i and ordered it and shipped aboard of a British war
    JTew- YorV- "Jerwuy-JWddlei" bat recently I District of ) A much wor'e politWancnnVI br tot inc comicatlobor f"> ccuif not lad Congressmen nd Cabinet officers; and this precati. as3 no tot bL wilibe, i urJtritaod! tease! cif Sactflcto. The British commander*refu-

    I lie fMisi".1 '/lCr tct became the ret enM tot 1t. d6n! W 1f !ia it- J GADE DEJICCRAT.
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    --.eJ to rectire-- the money. Bo.-witlisU&ding the or- OF CAM91DATBS. Insolvent Estate Notice.. 'Congress Water.. .IRON HOOPS r8SM'8 AND TIE! 1859.-NEW GOOBS.-1859. S

    anlf. sac Spring Styles. .
    ninirtera.Ttieeocdocta SUi'PLY.jnst receited '
    ,der of the EaflUh .nd Freacb STATE OF FLOKIDA r
    remales atBlcottads, under Kobl,'. JT: We arc authorized and rcquc? County f Leon. J JyETHRO r AFRESH AMES A LIVELY FOR COTTON BALES.. Tnf Subscribers .oi iieto t-daIg ttiC SPRING
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    td to announce JOHN! *>. SJOniKO; as'a candtdn! BRADLEY 1 administrator cit'this estate Msy 14. Isn. 20White It is the Inrgrtt'aadfccaa.av
    order. Price d. cerleu 4 be they have: ever offered for sale in Synag. '.
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    cent* -IZftr
    or Judge cf Prelate oi Kn cout ly at the en.uing fj of Binnett Bradler.Late of Lena onuiity,dreeitd Leaii per pov '
    DrgollarJ is at Vera OnMlrsmonlai ( : II corw-L-ts rf the weal van..,. We.atue a TtwnrViilti
    election.Vc having: filed in tIll Probate office of Mid county a tli an Hope. I
    collected l.nlf a million dollars in October written suggestion that be believe the estate of the EXTRA and.No. I-Ground in pore Lin- iu.raxh -depar1me-Dl..Dd will.be hippy.

    5utic< en \.: l'r frtjr In charge ef the eonducti I rrr aic tc ue-:-ti-d- to-nnnomu-. aid Bennett Bradley to be itaol\'ellt.\beref..e ix'ti eei. PURE Oil just received and for salt by ANY one e a iJeirl/" liI vr.Vindii'i draff a;e Crt..dJ.lr"of Iu-nnoeer frieudsaudiLepuhilic'DIW chair 4-r .rll all ..r any part. ot the same U cur vJ

    ha\e tein Lcn; !ird from is hereby given to all person Laving claims ag&&iont AMES A LIVELY j'p. .
    All tngVb "u'd..b will b wed has not bet n adopted tug
    JAMES T. IIAKLKY. of Co DtrniIt"! au cauiIidite ttt GOODS.
    file the J 1859. SIIEMOXS.
    estate and whIt the edge May 21. (
    I said to same
    itc! and the lri..hJ.1! Minister Ot, LasitcquieecJ appear In \ ai>ii t fire tiers i* en 01cr-
    the i'ji ay.
    > i"e
    | for Tux \'('5>ir and Collector of Leon county at of Probate of said county, on or before the *J ilay ul -- --- --- -- ---' (fr i i'l Heavy and lujbl 0 nabur *, by the lisle pJeco tVint.

    in the vrr.&otIzEIoN.U.. I the rUrlion in October next.rJJa January next when there will he a pro rats tlutrib.- I Guava and Cuirect Jelli.s. Prur Pentb-. whelming The Presses ref'l! in the 'Ae"Iinn. $. have been '11f"". P].!. anal PrV U, for serroaU west .
    thecrrditorsof said c..ta'.e arr.il..l'ie1..I.1 Ouster.Brandy He- Mi.Iras sod I lUTk/ii.. fur same in variriy
    -- ---- tion t>said ataleamollgllt CTOIIB ; aai'at4twrr.t
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    NOM1.VA110.V. : We arc authoi-ized t to aIlUc.UflCCI I D. W. OVVYNN. Jlldgu.f rrllwtr. I I e". Preserved [.cnwn,. Hm-uTt-". Piue Applra and main tint cUI of If* "I'in reotinni rinjr generally' adopted. and the; 'ii- t.i'jje tit. Lii/Ct. Goods 27-6m (Jiii;rr,Green Gage ilorroa'.ide,Lemon S'rup. Raspberry now jittion 1'ln.trrIj.im Cl.resLe. .ef: t>lto iadr ftc
    1859.
    :Ni Oi.uia.-Mflri Ta\!:r the..raur racu.1ni cr bAMUlX-. as a candidate for Clerk of July d.- Strawberry do. Pine Apple do, and G leana Press. the 1m Rest io N. 0.. give it the |>ref tr'' 'u'n', MArlU-rt: '"nu.ei.f ';i 2f. CJarlm-! "d

    Cor;rrs* ftnJ anti liJlli.n ;IK ll.* '(.: h.1; A, wiccorii :' : Ltvn Crci.lt Cvutt r.t the eusu'.Lg election in Octo- per .1.! ... Jl. VLerr1 Vinegar. Fresh tialinou. LoUt, utica our rope. The Fasaman Iron limp Int1'ie i. Tkos. Cklwo**. Furniture, I.ri..1 01" .
    Huddock. Ilalhbut nnd iilad. Aborted Pickles! ia>proveru.i>t one of the prop*h-t or*. i Li
    !' '': en *>-l..i; J.\: :.<; : jr C-onfr.s '1y t!hv l-i :'.. Scotth Ale sad Porter.3OOOO t.adopted from tie f t tct. that. it is food after lone u, GOODS FOR THE LADIES.

    jj...M ..uat ty il 111- 9 <-ui 1 C..-
    i .J A.\i..i.\lIa. [0s" We are authorized to announc FLORIDA RAIL ROAD OFFICE ) A I1-:, A ::'ELY.r.r mid facility of npJi.t.n| : t.f: of nnr tine yet maJe.i It Orf'.inj* an.1 Jac r.rt PUJM! ,

    - 1). Vt'. G\VVNX tm n candidnte fur reelection I to i FKK.SAMUNA, 18th June, 1S59. J r !1. 18\D. 21 I i il so piepared ** to rrquire no change for r eompnmi .. liejuitiful: French Cbinlz Jaronots.ia Jlulxn

    L 4.TER-tRRIJ'.iL OF TIlE the office of Judge Prolate of Leon county .ttbe ia hereby given that on aft after the ?. Thus obviating the only riuuiniug dtfCcvI Prii.te.l La.'cs and Mu!"nc.EnrNtun .
    NOTICE next the rates of Freight OD Cod Liver Oll.---- at the sea board eititj. and other *tjl I" Gin:Linu.
    in October next.5T' .
    ...: .. cK-clion ---.--- ---. ------ thia road will, bo increased.A. AND PURE of tIe celebratedBrant! ? The Loops are sent ofany length from eight to ten }.'llli.1a Prints nouie really beaotirul.Sk .
    We authorized to announce H. COLE SVper ftte7Cdetit. FRESH Clark A Co. 4 RnihtonV. feet sod a fall guarantee uireii that n.ie the Tie Hs. "Indcstnictible.jrr true,)
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    of Cotton A.BO are
    lair and niddllnic .Qunlltlr \ 1859. 20-lOv bbili bieak. And further. that all cotton Do FJp\n"ion and Coronation
    (ed I-td.II. June 5. For sale by AXES t Ll\ L Y. IM.T Hoop
    DAVID S. AVALKEK. of this city as a candidate! May 21. 18t9. 21 Ud.nJ in Uer sl lalI Le received oit tbe same terms Embtoidercd Colhrs.

    L''AX. N. S.. June 28.-Tli* IU.yal MallStcai for the office of As6c-ite Justice of the Supreme 0 Notice.P at the Orlt'lns PreMi a rope bound cotton. The Linen Cambik and Lawn IlnndkfrelJef, GJori, -
    -TUST RECEIVED-A suPI'IofM..ALLE1iHair weight bale i* about the sajun liege, not one Riblous Pnrasols I ,Shade. Buttons .h4io<
    rbip ArftU.(''I.t. J. Stone, liai airhtd, ingil1g Court of Florida at the cuist.l ug October election.2r URING absence from the State my brctb per t (
    my fj Zilobalsamum Needles]
    and Pm
    : ----- --- --- Restorer pot-nd more or Ie-A Taju,Thread , dates from Ltvcqxtol to JNitur Jay. June IBtlu -- -- -- Green will act as uiy agent. For sale by AMES A LIVELY. To show the opinion Slip Meters hare of it, we HATS.

    1 We arc authorized to announce BEN. CHAIRES Jr. Mar ?i. 18 U. 21 commendations '
    tbe
    (x)1 nmeIAI.! give following, among numerous
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    A fine nsfortment. Black Cassimere Smoke Sfcriio
    June 25.1859. !G4wExecutor's ,
    J.shiW.. TIT!EN as a candidate for the office t uC we bare:
    The salon (>f cotton fur tl.c week wcrc Gi/JUO English LinseeOl1 French CabI.Paris Drab CitJSeD.roBrollJwav.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court for Loon county at the The undersigned i m.slf'rs.f vessels bumS bad:
    balo .>f wbitli Fpoctilator) took 5,IrtTi Notice. PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For ute cotton compressed with Faa&man's new Iron | Planters. Antique. Empire leghorn, Canton -
    election in October next.i2Twc A Hfp }earIU.ir. Florence faoJuua
    ( .000 Lalt L The rnaikit opened with but little (-suing: is hereby given to all persona Lning by the Cask or gallon. and TIM, hereby recommend the name. Te and others.CLOTHING.

    inquiry and I'it't.s weak; but it closed finn "itb arc authorized to announce NOTICE or demands against the estate or David AMES A LIVELY. being will tulprllec. oud the buttons Iop. many

    adiancc of Jd. on Fair end Middling qunlitii E. Hull, deceased late of Leon county, whether i RI _May 21, 1859. 21Compound _ Deter breaking "hen 'u down in the. Ship' hold, & c. .
    an J. WAYLKS BAKER as a candidate for the officeof creditors legatees 01 distributees to present the -- or when stowed: RtfglanR. Sacks Frocks and ee.ts..f Italian Cloth.

    There "ai a letter dotnacd fur the loo tr qu.ilitit'. Judge of the 1iddle Judicial Circuit, of Florid; Mime to the undersigned Executor within two run Gentian L. I..Cout"J. Capt. Ship Motes Daeuprt trap de Eta tc &c_ Pants of all grades.from UstCassimere

    hit thEre va i. quotable advance. at the (ctiKUitig October election. fiom this date. duly auihenlicated, 01 they will I t IJIrI. ': :' ... A Robinson .. Madias and Fancy Linen DnIU. down to eomntotOrrall

    Lond-M Monty Marlcl.-Consols *,.ie quotedOil at -- -- barred; and all those indebted to raid estate art requested James Towns Henry, V'st. of.11.01'..Shirts Undershirts antI
    The undersigned;] announce to make payment immedltt lr. '1'HF.SE BITTERS are an infallible remedy for A. Haret.ket Drawers Hosiery of all aorta Cellars, Stock*, Ties
    2T" T.lbt
    f. accouU ezdiidcnd.GENERAL JL arising from deranged
    &821 r I B. C. LEWIS. Executor. Bilious and all disorder a Den J.me Gloves aud Pocket Handkerchief

    l.imsclf as a candidate for County Surveyor at the June 25, 1859. 26-3m condition of the digestive organs Dyspepsia. Debiity John C. Wilner. Molbouse.H. ,-
    SHOES & BOOTS.A
    SEWS. ensuing October election. L 3!. BLAKH.f5 I --- -- Liver Complaint. Low Spirits Vi ant of App Ella A. .

    The Yo ar sews is uniuitort&iit| __ DR -J A.: GRANirSui tite. :. For ache by AMES & LIVELY. I* I Koppnboldt. o Bark Kiniball.The Clark. very large assortment of the best makes fur

    Th Austrian ere xtrcating au D ntist ---- -- pound. made to Merchantsfor styles kinds and prieeii.

    Cvl \. P. AMAKER as a caudidate for Judge oC geoii NOTICE. per city acceptance LiLraleducbou aU will receive prompt -ALSO- .

    TIle French lt. cpa sere bring coucentrated fur< Proluilc of Leon county lit the ensuing Octobielection. HAVING located -0- attention by F. BELCHER. HARDWARE FANCY GOODS

    A deiieate at tuck. A battle was -lK-ctc.l uilhiiivttk a -e. will 12} Commercial Place Agent NOTIONS. PERFUMERY,
    b to wait on all ; DR. LEWIS CROCKERY. GLASS WARE.
    b
    A natal tJ,.. oua.-atioti ".:11 to lie made in the & T: The frit-nds of Hon. CIIAS those wf" are de.irou.orbie.eliict" EXPECTS to leave ..- -. --. SADDLERY TIN WARE/Ac, &e.
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    All work ;Fz aliout -ALSO-
    Adriatic FC* & SummerGOODS1859
    It was reported that L ir.l Paliiierston bad "nnt'.1 II. lil\NT announce him as a candidnte fur the done by him iJ variants : the 20th of J.ly with a _ Spring A Full Supply of Family Groceries-Say.Tias. .

    a str.ng cabinet including 1t'iieU.!. GUd>ton
    gin. Colnlcn, <.bron and Uranxillc.Matttilltt Florida.J3T". Dr Grant wishes _. _' American Dental Coo Soap.Can llcs.n.D18.S,cu.Candies Burning Fluid
    -- to call the attention of __-___ rent ion, t be held at -- and Oils, Tobacco, Snuff Cigars, and Pipes Essences

    CvnttjtottJettt of the London 1'Hti. C. C. YONGE, Esq., of Wes those suffering withtvothache the Niagara Falls. The -VE, are \receirV r Sardines, Preserves Sauces Pickles Suds Slt. and'o

    D"maodforSblpphl, Ilxpennea oftlie 'ar. to an excellent medicine iovcntcn bj bio cbject of his visit will b". V ing a lalJe.m on. In fact every thing usually wanted in a faaV
    his friends to the
    The demand for Merchant feliipping' appears to 1tiH Florida U hereby presented by elf, wLich will give immediate relief. Nop r u! (j obtain all that is new = assortment of SPRINGt ily, and perhaps some that are uot

    >n the increase. Oi tiers date bru -" -i\ed I to \otrrsoftheSlale for election to the office of Associate after once using it will be without it. In all such Bud1 useful:, appertaining ? SUMMER All of which we will b*ghui to sell on the usual

    ficicbt at Mur -oilles 20JKl ton mnuthly. Of thin Jus.ico of the Supreme Court ou the firt eases as Chrome and Neuralgic nervous Toothache,i it to the a :fnc .* Dentstry. He expeCts to return Gentlemen's CL01'1.l fur terms. McNAUOHT, ORMOND& CO.Newpo't. '

    nearly 2n.OOi I tons \10 ill t,e -quirrd for the couve;)"- Monday of October next. cannot be excelled. lIe has also! Dr. Allen's eelebmcd about the first of St-1t.nbtr. ING April 9. 1869. 15
    Tooth Renovator and Cleanser being the sol June 859. 26-St nuhing goods of everydescription -
    anec of bay alon for only common) screw pii <'' --'-' ------ 25.

    ('mr'c\'lto' compr the liny. tbe nutluiiitiiropurdini -. r r We are authorized to apnounci user of it in this Sta e. Persons wishing their teeth .yo\tb cloth- Pure Zinc White ,

    und the buy; the cu"'q"e.lltl hydraulic |>rrs taken"aF Ldll up;an too cnorniot iiutiuat. D.-1' HOLLAND KtK].. as a candidate for Associate call beautifully[ At present cleansed be can will be not found fail at to the gin resilience tile Dr.of i a NEW GOODS NEW GOODS! nfr ([Ground in Prepared Linseed, Oil.)

    quantity ofVj>are. The renmining C5W tons lire Justice at tbe ensuing election in Oitobcueit. Mrs. L. E. Grunt, or a line or tw dropped at the I ALSO-- WE bare just receIVed H fresh supply at thin

    flour and other More. This tot Poet[ Office will meet with prompt utteutiou.JV1 I and beautiful White direct from tbmanufactory .
    l for and Colored
    r<- what is .roti.lod r- : R TtttK Extracted without Pain 4 and offer it to the public with mnter
    l h independent of | by t e >" > SUMMER GOODS which we will sell I Cassiroett-s,
    iwge very Black and Fancy :
    Hun. JOS. McCANTS of 8pla feet confidence as possessing ALL the QUALITIES
    Government transports an.1 vtiaiu fiipitcs. S" C2T:: The June 18, 1859. 25 low for CASH and paying Customers
    t prompt Silk and ( lug, .hiJi
    nadir Paiot MOST Yi& Its
    great are the requirement that 2)0, Middle } Arabian
    Floiida hereby presented Ly cowiittixy in at folWI Black Drab Dels Alpacca. INCOMPARABLE BRILLIANCY OF COLOR.
    hive been paid tu fniglita Mcnuicr for one \\o\ag to the voters of the State for electron to the offic Lower Mineral Springs on pl.t White Brown and Fancy Drillings: FREEDOM fiom all POISONOUS QUAL1TILS
    toG DIITIle Dress Goods : Duck and Plain Linen.
    exitenwsof tIle10'.1" aN lilrentenomloul.: of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on the first the Suwannee. NEVER! nJJURING THE HEALTH of the workmen -
    Skirt Silk Grenadine Robe a Brown Orey and Black Silk mixed Spring Coatings
    of newly it
    a -d fow Fiencbiucn lute tiny concIiiin| of tilt m. }Monday in October next.C3ST" "pHIS well-Knonu WATERING PLACE is now DuL Laize Silk Double Skirts&t fur suits.. or inmates the M6ST painted EXPOSED apartments 611'UA.- *
    DURABILITY in
    Ind.'jnnd nl\) of the inoix y Fjmit in Tunceon theinerMh ---' --- --- 1_ open for the recep.ion of visitors. TIle Hole Lot BaYhdere Silk I Las AH of which we are prepared to manufacture
    and its GREAT SUPERIORITY to White
    II"II.: miny good repair the best and fashionable
    every prom Double JupeOrgaudics. Double Skirts promptly m most manner Lead in all the various uses to which tbe latter has
    ions and *t ir,' Ixwidr their "n\.allee to ItAI,. jed such desire to few days at a
    I lion. ALEXANDER McDONALD a candidate for to as may spend a I SI-irt I a Laize I'leasa give us a beta For sale
    the rrcon"t ruction of the ..It..l.Ulal.illg new I Florida summer rieorl. The water of these Spiingi Robe Lairs Rob CALL.PRATORIUS A CLARK. icrctofo: applied. by.AMES
    Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida Organdie a BayadereItobe A LIVELY.M .
    li flla-t" iinJ aluofct -
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    : buting >rt>"' railway
    vqiiijimrn'r. is unsurpassed iu all Rheumatic affections as well as Double Skirt nareges, May 28, 1859. 22NEWaa
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    au infinity other ittiiu of ('o"'t. time lire in many other complaints incident to our climate.Vrg .- 1lglcmic. Robe a Laize U ) il IS'O. __ 21 __ _ _
    tti-nt daily,. from;Mar_.illos$,( lIn.IICNI francs in BJXT'Kr :S? AVe arc authorized and lequestcd ,n suffering from Debility will find here the Aimed" Las .
    ) 1lM. .k .43.0Mi.mO nnnujll- It i i. BRYAN for Clerk I itettengottas. &yadere Spring Millinery!
    X12'VH)0. iti to announce COUNCIL A. Fountain of Youth, where the wasted energies oC aSo gg tie

    lint likely that the exportation "f money to tin jf the Circuit Court for Leon county at the ensuing Kith mind and body can be restored. Mantia! aMISS
    umonnt can )last: but if it .110I.1J. we shall foCart..ly JOHN DIMERE. -
    err in estimating the cot ..f ibr unrat :8OCO, ) election in October next. Lower Mineral Springs June 18. '59. 25-5w [ LACES &C. : II. A. MERSERE.VU ,
    ---- -------- TRAflEPOR 1859.
    a year. If wc nmenil that f.'i' tteryC'tlf the The friends of DONALD EMBROIERIESI j Ribbon Trimmed Collars receiving at the MTV BCILDWO, opposite the
    receitrt loan it has to incur a debt ttof hOof. Pen. & Geo. KailroacL"INHERE I IS
    b'ate on Embroidered Skirts, | Indies and Misses Setts. -o Episcopal church a fashionnUe ortment fSPRI."G
    real .n I tS5 IHM',(m( CAMERON bis to the voters of Leon
    It would miL the II.uitUI'| j a present name Ladies and Misses Enibd Handkerchiefs, PROMPT PA YJNG MEN AND CASH r18 AND SUMMER MILL1SERY.vhicb
    jear; for France cnunot pay the <\|<';,: of war is a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at the Marseilles Collars, White and colored, 10MEUS,. L:1I.Jies'-'f
    she offers cheap to the ] Tallahassee
    of th if taxation.
    r>cdpts <
    out ( ordinary
    flection in October. Swiss and Flouncing \
    w.fm Jacone Look cut tin's and vicinity.
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    Edgings o Inserting, -. *.- May '. 1889. 19-lf
    "r e are authorized to announce Real Linen '
    J1erial llotircs.KNTIlLYNKU I will l e a meeting of the Stockholders of lies for HAVING established my business on 1 CASH
    Tassels A Gir Trimming Basques,
    J IOM1UAV.. SAUNDERS candidate for Tax ami the LONG CREDIT
    a LADIES) DRESS GOODS
    as
    __ __ u ____. ___ ___ I JL the Pensacola t Georgia Railroad C-.mpany, Dress Trim nijgj, Bunuet Ribbous, ablGIIOle
    --- -- -- -- \8.-c8sor and Collector of Leon county at the tlcc- on Wednesday, the 13lb of July next, at TalIthaHe, Fancy I t Plain Belt Rib'nFeather I md therefore. SYSTEM. I am now
    luban DaUia" Fancy .
    : gVrlUELYEW ( prepared to offer those who may favor me with their i'OR SPRING OF
    ion in October nextWe pursuant to adjournment at the regular meeting in
    Trimming Ribbons, trade AN AMPLE EQUIVALENT FOR LONG -.
    IS IT ? last. F. IL Edge .
    WHAT ecember( FLAGG. I :
    I Y-. authorized Fancy and Black Velvet Ribbons, CREDITS, iu goo.'} of the best qualities aDd moat 1 S S 9.
    are to announce i iI Secretary. '
    PLT.IFYIXG AGENT
    THAT \VOXDEUH June 18 16E9 25Tallahassee Chantilly Veils I Fancy /Plain Ruches approved styles at 'be I '

    ]]):11ll}'s Pioplijlaclic) Fluid I JOHN> 11. RHODES as a candidate for Tax Asses I II French Flowers, |I Prul. & Fans, Lowest Oa h Prices L. -AT-

    fOr niid Collector of Leon county at the ensuing i iI o.
    77i; ii aY..W Diffonry. It u t/. riJtof I..v..d: I election October. Railroad. F\NCY & STAPLE 'I Persons who hare been in the habit of ordering i VVlLS-N'S.

    r.( '.,.:/.. It M a tn.i.h ..J i:,*"' (.. Sittl: I in their supplies from New York and New Orleans, will
    I ; ; i DB GOODS : d I" well t<) before doitijj go, as I Spring Coeds Spring Goods.
    i i- u C"Iit stock of
    Tl" baud
    Iii&L. silL constantly kecpon a Henry Dry
    .ture b .r cll. for rtmkni! j loUlt the nirr'- ) WEST.. >]., as a e&nJiJ.'le for the I Brown Shirtings, I C"oodi. Plantation 14 plies and Implemont, Jroce- I T1HE undersigned is now recti iujr Jrotn New
    breathe. I:. acty.n i il in oLeJi..n.-e tu lixt l lans.QtKK 1 be i.f tbe Stockholders ol l
    .ffioe of Judge .f Probate for Leon at the i 9MIERE TV ill a meeti.ur Prints, Blt'acb" ties and all other Goods required in this mullet, i J. York via barannalt a large stock of
    ( county '
    Sl'Rn, rOilEIUTL I -1. the Tallahassee Railroad Company on Wedue- 4 4 English Prints t Brown Dulls, I I Lich I a reasonable bdrance on Ihe orej- i '
    ,'n--uinjr el<'tti n in October next ,Jay the Sib of July next. at Tallahassee in accord- I 4-4 Fremb Ministers I'ladn, wi.el a LADIES DRESS GOODS,
    .
    It puiiCes d" el'iiif' finks. }it btn'. : i mat cost Cash or to prompt paying men who .
    I with vote at the last annual White t Cord Marseilles, I
    a meeting ApronCbrcks,
    r.ll ofT.-iisive odes 8nc. < I to their neci' nt* or me their IHBttACIXO.eonorn
    It I
    rer>>' re ; 5? Missus. EDITOES-Please an.I wi agree pay pa-
    F. H. FLAG
    Secretary. ique Cloth Malboro Plaid & Stripes, gv
    It cuter Itn.sItb intaiitiii(1liiV: : per at such pernxls during the may dl lrc. I Robes Chintz Organdies
    Ct w the Ut pr"INu'di..1I en.r u .d(ir frf-tL vccn. I lourte C. L. DEM1LLY us a onndidate (-l<'c. I June IS. 1859. 25 axeralla Swiss! Mus'in, .Fancy Coton.d.s.l.t. Orders f.o the C'luty ,ill be fiI! l will rare Irgandy .. 3 Skirts, I Pl'td JaenneU.

    It d,.tr"ys all vegetal \rh| animal poison; tion to the office of Tux: Aetor and Collector of &.Du'td Swiss Mu.s:Clue Ililll. an-I i ittciTit..n. and the goods (oiv.-arded. by first 2 Jupe, Crape Morctz

    It relieves in a hew seconds the bites cf scicctjt I Leon County the elcitlou in October next. I 825 Reward. India T..i Loty CloUi, Pillow < Cotton Ciaeh and pportuiiicy.. a "a Let I Solid C. Bareges
    Case
    >es. etc. MANY VOTERS. ANAWAY iroin the subscriber on the f jt Tape Cbe.Misses CALL .AND EXAXUfH.' FOLRSELVES.NE larcge Robes Pine Apple Motialins

    It cntteic mum Shill furmin ; R.' 23J i.f Mar.. Ins negro boy MOSES win hose Open Linen J.nn.wOlk iieuiiduir Robes, French Lawns

    Jt .outbt Lvilll! "hen iormcd find heal thenvapidly. I I i. about fire feet time or ten inches Itiirh, V rinolinc (I A Shirtin. Bleach Printrd Liters and Brilliants &".. ic.Plain. .
    about ISO Muslin len Brwn.t GOODS Bordered and Moir Paiafols.Mantillas .
    H. BUCKLEY & CO.'S rather light complected weighs or 160 New of Shirting. Antique
    Style -
    It u good fir carl.uralcs, ulcers cornJlII.J sorts ,; pou"ll. 40 or 45 vicars ofI e; line a flat forehead.Uullv bompson's run French Lace Points Velvet Trimmed
    It ch.- THc* tiie teeth much punririi the bieaUi; 3REAT NATIONAL wrars nbixkprs. and is inclined to be trnw- lookirt (,Fancy d atriped Drillings, Mantles. Cbintill Lure Mantles aDd Shawls,
    with White
    TIe worst .ymj/l.. ) ofT>pbuiJ mid Scailet Fever gijed. He is supposed t..be loitering about Tallase llie-I C"lett hip Farmers Navy Dulls Duck, Spring and Summer. oiiuet and LWIt Ribbons, Dress Trimoim<;-.Ar, it.D. .

    Are mitigated tithe luc elf this Fluid; it has "'1'11 OIR.OTJS '. The above rrward will be pail for h's apprehension Canada supporters Cuocimeres alac.'hed., Planters Linen, 10UO Iohs and Drt"f Patterns of the various late C. WILSON.

    nonutoelx-ck t1It.pr"aJ utT"pboiti Fever ta Fam and delivery t. me at Madison C. U, Fla. nn1 desirable SIII and of Falnics from the finest
    Will exhibit at Tallahatsee on Thursday and Persian Cassn! >ereii, Brown & Bleached JJoea
    iici! and upiiaLoathing pauaiions.! 1 or lodgment iu jail where I can get Ilim.I Black Drub Dell, Duck Ruth[ | I idiest to the most substantial nnd durable. va ; To Cash Purchasers.I .
    fb%sicians lire uiin.: it in Charleston Cclumbia Friday, July 1th and 8th-Afternoon I II. J. PARRAMORE.Madion. I Chinese Cl tb. fiugin IriCf.m 16 rents to 70 dollars.
    Farmers Satin. s
    SaraNtiab. Au u. Alljnla. )Mucini C-.lum- and Bt'Cliill. June 11. 18:9. 24-4 nt (I Berl "s. I I CASH would find it to IliHrsdrarv-

    Lu. MoutgoKn-jv,Schwa Mobile aud Vw Orlouus. Silk Tissue. Organdies, to rxaiuine bt('I'e punk:ring elsea] hers.

    The HoMj>;.iuU of New (Orltau and Mobile are For Sale. ![ Boots & Shoes : Summer Silk, Mu lins, I tIc Lirgu and itch selected stock of Fancy nnd SU-

    using i'. \ OOOD TWO HOR'SE CAR- 2 fi I Pinnie Sills. Cumbric. pIe l Goods ut D. C. "WILSON'S. .

    1l pitJI111. ex'pnraticrw, sli'p: mnster mauufactu 1-' \. RIAttE AND HARNESS fur Creole Highland Gaiters, rilliants, Pique Cloths Marseilles Printed Linens.
    Ji 'atnjiefcirniolied; tbo : at French '.
    vera planlei | by ga'.Ion .'e.' Apply to i
    educed rated. P. B. DltOKA W. Colored Highland Heavy Goods. SPRING-AND SUMMER

    For .ale by Jrug.i ibt t. and country merchants generally June 4, 1859. 23 Congress G.iler. Brown Dr Plaids and
    fror.i *\." m.\1!1'11 are re eftfaly! solicited. Oip Bukins Ogoabcrgft, Stripesby
    - - - -- ey
    Try at taM o ,e t. AMES & LIVELY Linen Drill and Duck, Irish Linen,
    direct ion .
    52f: MmufjietureJ ouly 'n tl l.e L l. ratorycf I II Velvet White SipPrl. ., Table Damask, Shirting and LATEST STYLES FOR 1859
    '\YIIOLESALE A\lJ RETAIL
    J. DARBY. Auburn. Alit I I .' Bi onzc Congress'prl t., Sheetings.!

    1'or .lo in TalW.a ..-. by AMES A LIVELY, I -DEALERS INTLLLALLLSSE1- Cents Call P. P. Boots. & Shawls -\ -

    t.udj Iy Drugit teiK rally throughout the State. Patent fox London Bool. Mantias D. C. WI L SON'S. .
    N. B--Pers ns ,'idiinij 'Jiltl. (Irt'.tu., dc. analyzed I Call I I late 'Ilc8.

    : con have it done ulJ reasonable terms by trod- t I New style Cloth Gaiter, SrlU (;AND SUMMER HATS
    lug to Piot J. DAUBY. Planters Shoes of all kinds l RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS.
    E\VLY equipped and eresily augmented for the

    -March 12. 1W3.- Hly.- -- -- N yea. 185:1 It is connJently believed will be I Mil. Black Fancy Gaiters.GaileI'- hATS AXD CAPS. The! latest Styles for 1859

    The Gt-e'itt Dram back.IH.!>....taicratmir ta the (,unt to present a combination of novel and altacre I
    rxtrrmc south an.! wrMm t'OUUI t I. fir lr.r thee have features, -which .ill more than DUin the highDuration I I Heel Slippers, BOOTS SHOES AND LOTIIIXC -AT-
    MK. Frvrr sad Ae<-Ue Stoat -Ittrtiu i4 klldmura.Ktrrr Lace Boots.Children's ,
    .
    vclirarul b a Inch It has attained by it rrprrwntation I I
    day lM'si.aukeJ tIadisasean4made
    ) WILSON'S..
    . h. |JM In a abort t.nit 'to itti.ml say means .f .!rorjtaf in i former years N<.". as heretofore the manage- Fancy Ankle Ties, D. C.
    rii.< la view .".Tnrea hi |,re6t..kod aw crlrhraiml "BKkrt," whose Colored
    rnr.u e |w.cri f.ir all discuses of the utmnacli have been public a full equivalent for their money and perform. Goat Dt.I S& -
    niKT.lf! arlanmltnlgrd The" BiMom,"prcpmreJ afu-r a mjt en n more than they promise; thinking a well- FLi,9L Had-ae
    twig experience and, twp "1I.y., b.'e rrrewrf the tneotniuiTMurUetucirfrinlaoiit served fair procetd- Bronze Gaiters, I GOODS
    gamed
    pularitr honestly by SPRING I-
    Uou-iann.; ft* '.rU a. all J_ much desirable ill the end than IlE now receiving a large and fresh supply of Boys Boots Boys Pump-sole Gaiters, I EMBROIDERIES t 1IOSIEUV.OU .
    hugs more anytem.
    trim ..rrr> part of our counlnr. Tolb._ alto lonbt their JL every variety articles kept by Druggists. Calf Oxford Ties,
    hussy sirloin..U asian 'u U Io try them and Jujgs for porar advantage which may be o'ttaiiied by resort
    Ihcmwlvn. rmprctivrly."W I 10 cUp trap ty drajtKisu and' of the and others will always find at this establishment a RECEIVING OUR STOCtf OF {
    1 bee :U anotlier column.
    full supply of every thing needed ID our line and on Hats & Q BIILSIBDH SALT JUST
    COSRIKTISG OfGROCERIES
    Model Circus or America Caps : AID .
    --- --- - -- as liberal terms as they can be bad in any Southern

    Copartnership Notice. they are resolved to maintain it by giviiigpcrformsn- Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended Gent Fashionable Cass H.t. CORNICES AND CURTAINS :Jry C3r-oodSj'

    eta which it shall be impossIble to excel to and filled with the same correctness as i if Srl. .

    ""V\7 E bare this day associated with iu iu the inerI O LEONARD. .. .... .. .Manager: personally purchased by Customer To Cash and I ML Vernon TAXKEE NOTIONS AND CROCKERY. AJfD HARDWARE;

    cautile bu..iaen GEORG F.COLE. .. . . Treasurer prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saying we Pearl Cats Wiol Iat Hats Boots Shoes &c..


    R. A. MEAGHER.The ROBERT ECU MIT,. .. Leader of the Band. can give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK compiwct French Ca Groceries and Fruits. ,

    FRANK ROBINSON, . Pr.ncipil. Clown. Panama BOND & CO.
    busine mill be conducted in future
    therefore
    wider the and of II. BUCKLEY..questrian Director. Drujrs Dye Stuffs Leghorn t Straw OILS PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL IM LUd.. April 2.1869. 14-tf
    name style .
    Admission (Rosvrred Seats only) 50 cenia ; Children Medicinf'l'arDlabe% Dji French Brown Hats ,

    HEIR, RUST & CO. and Servants 25 cents. Chemicals, Putty, Pearl C> *imere Hats. PLEMENTS, a For Sale !

    They wil' continue at the old stand and trust that A Visit to the Clouds! Perfumery Burning Fluid -. Trimmed Maico lIsts, Kept constantly on band and sold at but one price, .
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    the very libeial patronage brrttofore bestowed upon Paiuts, Camphine 'xony Fr.nch and that the lowest Cash, without deviation. ROCK Putfsh. Sap Sago Cleese.PWkkr.Crack-
    the old finn will be extenuod to tbe new. ADLINE Dl'UANT will walk a single wire from Oils Glass Ware Panama OEO. W.. SCOTT. IellfI'.1'1 BOND 4. CO.
    IIE1II A RUST. the f rouud to the top of the Pavilion centre pole a Fine Soaps Window Glass I Leghorn Man.bl9.18S9. 18 Lloyd. April 2. 1869. 14-lf

    July I. 1859. S7 distance ef 300 feet on i side the I'iliun. iinuiediitely line Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacea Plain and Fancy Straw ltSUNR '

    0.----- I before each performance. hushes Patent Medicines OFFICE EXCELSIOR DISTILLERY. ,Java and Lstnir!* Coffee, tI'TMtS> b,. -
    Doors open at 2 and 7 o'clock, P M. Paint Brushes, Fine Havana Segars, : RIO .7 .BOND i CO.
    Sale..rnE BURLING SLIP .
    Land for 13
    For particulars see ctcaoriplire bills. Suraiulln'lrwnI'Du Medicine Che.ta.6uiled Lloyd. April !. UB9. 14tfVTAILS -
    uncertified offers for Mile 1730 acres of N. L. BEACH, Agent. Plantation and OteQD'. I Cog. WATER STREET. NEW YORK. .
    lying in JerTrroon couttv-1060 acres of July f. 18511. VI-It to Family use, Fancy Ome. AND IRON. for sale by" :. T

    which lay within a rtK-rt distance of Station 2.on the FUBE TUXLS A BKANDU& CDICUAJ. purposes.. Saddlery. I. Iron 4 Nai1 THOMASBETTS .L" BOKO d"CO..

    Pensarola & Georgia Railroad, ainl C50 acres lire in PAINTING.r"pnE -ALSO- Ctockery t Glassware, Liquors all Lloyd April t.155' 1 -fSNABUt.03.

    the ntigbo4nho of Waktt-twh. and within C or 7 I 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. ...:- DISTILL OF .

    rnilesol Sufum 1. Both tracts hive the neccwarytmproTemetit ? undersigned i U still engaged in the Painting I .CARRELL & MAXWELL CAMPHEKE ALCOHOL TURPENTINE I / \ SheetiV & aDd Sbirtints,1l, tal< ,
    : D. H. AMES, 11. LIVELY. < ,
    *. such as dw'ellmg boasts negro cabins '. .A1I1I'nrk in hIS line such as I by DODLCO.'
    Abo Mamufactnrer and : !ia the i
    M.IT 14. 1859. 20 Merehl9.1859. It ludoviojr ar
    Gin tiouees &c. I and Ornamental Painting : ___ I Llo?. Apnl 2. J869.) ILtfS
    House Sign t ticlea aU.of the pure t quality and at Uw lowest .
    TOWARD A. WILLEY. I IaMPIiEE Aromatic Tonic .
    July t. 18S9. 27SraNotice. I Graining Glazing, Varnishing, &c., SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, I Bitter.i mAl ktL price : HOT aDd Powder. Candy and Lerroo STTVPI. .

    Le is ppared to do on short notice and on reason : I i rpHKSE Di btful and \' BURXIXO FLUID Butting Flw
    able terms. G. .A. BALL. -L are an invaluable article fu tfaoM afflicted withDvipep BroTi-p,L nf and Crashed Siijjr,
    OILS.For I Swrits Tnrj otiM,.Tar,Pitch Rosin.Sort.Ink. white
    KEUOSENE & LAUD .
    Ions of and those
    ; July 2. 1&59. 27-51 a, Indigestion o Appetite Hard and Vtaire Coal T.r.ibue and Sperm and Adainintine CandIes.Forsiuhehy _
    ,
    LL claims tie Estate of sale AMES d LIVELY who suffering from Debility incident TnrpeptiDe
    A persons baring against by are t recovery BOM&CQ.LIoyd. .
    Brush Maker*. Pitch Van Oil Tar cud
    *L\. Cornelius Beatlny. of Jeffertr'u county deceased j--w. Points Agent May U. 1859. 20 from sickness or lassitude attendant in Warm Cli Ship .April >, 1U3. 1-"f
    I _
    whether at creditor legatees or dietrib'uteer,%re I mat will f iptbe Aromatic Toow Dt. val. JfA rAg STOSE3 OfKYKSTC DZSC IPT10y' _

    MjiureJ to prevent their cemauds. io due form to FOE vat The Original Extract Quality uLe r !, bco and renovating 1 system BETIS' PATENT CAMPHEXE T WIHORN. PANAI.A. acd STRAW hATS

    I'.l uuJ.signed 1 Executor r.f the lat Ml ill mid tala- : PRESS AND IRON TIE Starch I The very bet manufactured. l. .or.iUbTLloyd BOM 4 CO.
    COTTON Corn
    i.'on' of a(id .'deceased within two years from ibis M'COMB I Directions fur use a p.nllJa Bottle.Prepaied April t; iS5R 1'-U-'. ."
    , ea "OREPAREIJ cxprefsl/ for PoduingB Ice Cr ariJL and sob' br Pore and French Spirit and Domestic .

    indebted are requested to make payment iirimedl- l lie '"nat any time. Pertous wanting Prtssevr Cakes Dance 11an .Cuatad. Pies Port igt.le I EDWARD BARNARD.Drnjg'st I Liquori, at the Lowest Cash Prices. toil Bridles, HaivtwLof atlHind' *. Lr

    *t lr- J 1 MRS S. CST. u'tr. I Tics bhoulif band in Ibeir order immediately.Jny Received fresh by A3IE3 h LIVELY, : and Apthecarr. WILLIAM OAKDSE SADDLES ; -, .-BfryDLlojd. 'X ,

    Ju!: 5, J55J. ::-no ,I 2, 159. "-L. hIs- 21 i, H.t! 21 'rli ')U M 13 : Artl \ 13S; UtQiiIiIiii Apr3 >, !?:?. I4-tl. .". .


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    t t The Floridian' & ,Journal WILLIAM 'P. SLUSSER, I ITALLHAS'SEE I r HOSTTRS I WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S Dealers MILES in NASH & CO.

    Drugs'MedIcifae
    t : 1apiUh4everjSATUflDAY, byu.x FLORIDA. STOMACH BITTERS I SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERIES. '
    TUST received from New York bark R.11.GamJ .
    \ \. s :joxns f & (II.R: DYKE, MAXCFACTUUER OF CorrKBTi> AND SHEET i : fbr t\4 er of yautta,, I (C1UBTEEED BY TUfi'sTATE OF GEORGIA.) ( ble, a general assortment of per articles in our line I

    At Two DOLLARS >r annum, in advance. i, IRON W.'UJ, WHOLESALE AM RETAIL I JTatHlMey,.JMI I.UJ EtLioutConplaiHtt such as Oils of almost every kind Banting Flui,.
    orbing/ram S mrk tnaetim White Lead, Zinc and otherpftints. Window Glsis of
    I DEALER i> PLAIN, FAACV Afcu JAI-ANSED of tfo 8tcnac\AneJi, Cramp* I Capital Prizer$50,000 !
    TERMS ADVERTISING. W 'I .m Cvlio, Cluttnt Mrrbitt,fe. i I tI bed quality. l'utty.Brushes. Potash,Soda SpartUn 1
    ; AIlE.
    Je.
    One square of I! lines or les,first insertion $I 00 the fact that. member of I Gelatin,London Mustard. French Brandy (very best,)
    .tell ,:Le4tlu"ut ". o Stove IIcul-qnarcn. I D3 the human Tie"family is more or every less subjected to TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS I for medicinal purposes, Spice. Pepper, Lenten Syrup,

    UrofcssiMial l:aul Busines*.C-rJa inserted. ?10 per t SPLENDll: assortment ofCuokin Parlor some of the above complaints besides innumerable -- ----- I Inks,Quinine Peruvian Dark Fluid Extract BucLu, tt

    l annum.Advtrl. --. and Wood Sto"e triRlIneJ wilhuetuand "T I other conditions in life, which, WOOD, EDDY _J- CO., Managers, t .te., ::, and a general assortment of Popular Patctit

    sem."its not marked: 'vth.tIie number fof durability at reduced prices. tile Y T nnd I bj the aailtne of a little knowledge ot Successors te S. SLCO.. !I' Medicines. We keep note but the very best amid

    Insertions will be omitiuncd until fiibid, and chargedCertificates Out Door \Voik. exercise common sense,thev may b I III hope to merit jour patronage.MILES
    received
    I aeenr.iin-IJ'. Roofing.Ornaments) Front Heads. Guttering Copper He till! continue tl.e practice of the above profession BO to regulate their habits of diet wit following 8eL me will be drawn by Woon, I;' NASH d CO.March .
    THE ) 1856 18BLACK.SMITHING
    of 29. .
    of l l tonic
    : : publication jal or estate | the assistance of a good secure permanent II
    uutft and Tin Conducting Pipes. Sheet I..t'ad.8ht'et I in tllle Motions of country and Ja made such this >\i Co., Managers, of the Sparta At'lde |
    notices will!) not lie't'o t-d advertising fee i iiYaid. health. In order to accomplish
    I Lead Patent Cistern work in each of tfceir Single Nnmber Lotte-
    Zinc. Pipes, Pumps. Shop arrangements with manufacturers of Dental Materials. desired the true course ia. my LUeIY. j !
    : of every vanety done at short notice. I Noith. ns to nlLe him to put op icu. sttts of object,which will produce t pursue a natural I rica or July, 1829 at Augusta. Georgia, in pub,
    teeth in ft at from to crifll.tat lie uuder the superintendence of Commissioner undersigned has tefumed work< -
    1 ffly hazard vital I
    City and Country ITlcrcliaiils any popular mor at the least of. THE
    : BLACKSMITHING! I one J uflJmf d.lar i. usunlly charged for I .t strength and life ; fo this end Dr. Hostellerhas .I (lemss 2 Draws k'aturJay, JI"! 2, 1S59. i I to\\'n. and has npei>ed a SIn-p in .
    Are respectfully invited to give me a call bcfoie purchasing : the tame in ; (be m'all what he ,)and introduced this country a preparation | Clot Draw Saturday, July 9. 1859. .i the same building with Mr.Kuhn's Car-
    -0- ..IIIeYo.bere.t I guarantees tLR to be a! IaABT1: BE.\tlfCL) and caned HOSTETTER-S t STOMACH 1 r29 2>rav Saturday, July 1C. 1tI39. riase Sho) |>. oppo.-ite the Exchange, whe.. all kinds

    VJOTICE is Lcreby Kivcn thAt N. B. All articles tntnufactucd from the very I bFETKEABLE as eau be put up North or South BITTERS which at this day i 1 new Ilul:SO Jjratfi Saturday, July 23. lh3S. of BlaeV-sruiihing be done with neatness and
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    t ;J.1 i the DLAC.'UTIIUIO rotiil"us best material and warranted durable. No other art i 'hl6 in need of Us ten we. can, by dropping. ante medicine, but one that has been tried for I t'ltiM 31 JJravt Sattirdiiy, July UU, lSi'?. iltspatch. He can refer rub confidence to thosewhi. '
    i1 i will be cbutinued as bctetoI lew ill be offered for sale. to bim at cither Mont cello. or Madieuu, Its. years. giving satisfaction te all who have Live patronizeJLim lierefof fr character,

    'it f..re at tbe OLD STAND of D. C. WiLbox in tho October 20, 1855. 42 hare the work done, and time to test it before loio !- used it. The Bitters. operate powerfully upon I U.THE PL 'J! O! I ; XUI/RS. I of his work. FRANCIS J \"NK I

    i name style and firm of -- --- ------ for it.tff the stomach, bowels and liver, restoring January 8.11':18.tf

    ; ; RICHARDSON'SIB.ISEJ The best" rter.ucc! given if ksired.1)ecemter5 them to a healthy and vigorous action, ana 50,000 Tickets ----- -- --

    ILB.Fitts&Co. 1S58. 52 thus by the simple procsss of strengtheningnature PRIZES I P.B.BXiOKAW'S. .
    LJN"ENS ----- ----- - ---- enable the to triumph over 5,485
    I flrateful for the patronage heretofore pxtendi them, disease. Diarrhoea,system dysentery or flux, so ONEPKIZE TO EVEET KISE TKKEKT4TO LIVERY ANQ SALE '
    better E. A. Shine Jr. I E.UL' STABLES'
    and DAMASKS
    they ant now prepared, determined to I DIAPERS;
    SPARE ISO P1IXSvi 'CONSUMERS of Ricn ART-ox's Lien,,.. and tloieJ IS now receiving and wil constantly keep on hand caused principally by the cu\ngl of water GXI1CEXT SClE.IE! I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

    ., I \ desirous of obtaining the y/uuiiie!OOfU. tbotild and sell cheap for a large 6t1 of CROC and diet will! b speedily regulated by a BE DRAWN ECU SATUKDAT. IX JULY! I .. Proprietor-would m-
    their part to accommodate all nbo may favor fee tint the articles they purchase are sealed! with U1ES.; suib R brief use of preparation. Dyspepsia 1 Prize 0(.. .550,000 1 Prize of. ...J1500 fIlE his friends and the

    f them with their patronage, the full name of the firm Bacon, I I McfsPoik, I I Mess Beef, a disease which is probably more prevalent 1" .. 2 .O t t 50 .. 500 I public, that be has rebuilt J hi I'____
    when taken in all iU various forms, than
    I Flour, I Lard | Hams, 1" 10,000 K'O( 4HO large StaLe! the old
    SUCH AS ; EICIIAEDSOK, Ics! A. OWES, .. Brick at stand, suit! i is *s.oqprepared
    the causehicb
    (Ilal Bud Sugar Cured.) any other; mar alwaysbe 1" . 6.000 |I100 Zoo to accommodate his friends and cn.sto
    I llarsc Shoeing, Iruning and leIf as a guarantee of the sounduen and durability of the Sirup. I U/ns. | Sugar. of all kinds, | Ccf.e. attributed, to derangements' be cured without of the fail digestive 1" .. 4.00tH| 100 150 I I, lie also bas attached to Iii, Stables,a good! Blacksmith sieu.

    I I 7)airi1; Carriagc* aud Rug i o..dz This caution ii rendered And ni other ide usually needed Vy using organs HOSTETTER'S can STOMACH BIT-by 1" .. 8,000 | 100 100 Shop where he will bJlre have <'Inii'all kio ; IJ I'anlaliovCir.!" IJ essentially cccftsary ns and on plantations. I ., mk. Horse sh eiii nnd
    giu, of I large quantities of iufeiior and defective Linens are A lot of Iifoli Potatoes and Onions fir planting.! TKKSas I ir direction on the bottle. For Approximation lTlt I : < iwo ? Carriage work in

    ti (ret!, description; prepared. season after season and sealed with the I Also on Laud, a vt manner and with promptness and llisI -

    ; C Mill Iron awl repairing 8all/, Ironing \Vaffons name of Richardson, by Irish Houfcs, who, regard- I be sold l liiw. 1'i Bitter of some kind, then why not 4 300" 201CO: .. 1. uO I pnt-h.
    I .
    November 5 183*
    article known to l to infallible ? 44
    lee of the thus inflicted alike the tue an
    injury Americandm .
    and Carts, on 22. 1FSO. 4 4 250" 1 0.00 1,000 I
    I JiClr __ their Bitters
    and the manufacturers of the Every country have ns f preventive '0 ,
    umfr genuine Goods! 4 2 5" ,OOQ"
    t! % Ro.l iu fact every Other discription of woik made of I of ViH) I Carriages, Buggies and Harness
    ,
    ; Iron IInd Stetl. all of which we \VAUAT.UflJ pledge I will not readily abandon a biiMiics tu profile..I.il. Insolvent Estate Notice.State in dillanJ and strengthening them 0 4 OO" 4,003" gOO ,
    the general
    eurMflves tu execute at the rhorUst notice. i H purchasers can be imposed ou with) Goods of a : there system is not to be found among more healthy I 1:0" 3,000" COO For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.
    character.J. of Florida. > 1 I
    H. B. FI1TS L CO. t ,01 thlf'PlII than the Germans, from whom this i 100" 1.OO" 40l ,rr Su'riLerLa just rt'teireda ,
    of Leon fAI.EY jwople 1Irl"UE
    Mar !b Hr.!. BULLOCKE JL J. B. LOCKE Agmf., Vnntj ZotO prizes of 20 are.100,000 I
    12 11-ly T. BLOCKER. aJmiiii rntor clc jreparation emanated, based upon scientific ry Ial1'e supply of Carrines
    UG Church: ist., New Yoik. -I---I 1J.ni S' I
    --
    -- which has attended to advance : nnd) harness
    Iltiggies, which :
    .xperimenU he otThra
    j jForn.nn.d:1n.n. .1. 1 of the estate if Jiwph Uliucr, |.ite of I
    1 S. 1858. I Piizcs
    Sept. 8ly lon } iiss to.
    amounting I
    $3UOOO
    of this in the for sale the
    ( Broome & Thompson, --- Leon county, deceased, having filed in: the Probate the destiny great preparation : on moat reasonable terms. ,
    I ; medical scale of science. WHOLE TICKETS $10 UALVIH J5 November
    cflice ; Q $ i. IS. 1854. 46CONSL'511'TIu ;
    f aid
    written Ann
    FIn.. Liverv and Sale Stable.I ( county a fllf"ution that he believes : + _
    the relate of the said to be insolvent ; A ('tNCL.I: eilU htjJnm oflht LattrrimttH "
    'IlE undersigned gives notice I theri'foie notiea !i. JOlflh giy.1 to all perSons FEVER AND AGUE. tc any out-.1,,;/r'O"'I't| _.. i tl? AN OLD INDIAN DOC
    'l TOlt. UXCAS
    \ ''I'"IIE nn.tereigoeJiavelrrne'I) a partnership I tbat he has purchased having ckims against aid estate to appear arid trying and provokinglantr, waich Je IUrtlentlea -:00Ct.rtil. BRANT while'
    T ates of be sold the follow Gil RED.
    JL under the name of BROOME d THOMPSON, the Livery Stable of J_ I file the same with the Judge of Probate of said grasp 00 t-* <1;of """>. reducing h t P8ckge'i a Missionary among the Indians of
    is the
    Rocky
    jor the trantactlon of ft William II. Newsom,in Tallahassee together with the county on or before the 20th day of September next, a men shadow i* hart space of time,and rendering rh'", : : Mountains, discovered
    GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS good will of 1 the establishment- that he is now when there "i be a pro rata distribution of the fund Iii,. physically and mentally useless, can b dereae Certifcate ot Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80 CONSUMPTION JUnE FLAJJT. that. prove Jo
    be ,
    I prepared to carry ou the business all its branche, of said amongst the creditors ofnd: "- "ale. and driv.n from the body l ij the use of IIOSTETTER'3 10 Half 40 a certain cure for Con.umptien.
    in tie city of Fcrn DJina. They will give prompt and promises the public with! good accommodations D. W. GVYXN Judof Probate.Manb JIC.NOW.NED BITTERS.,Further any of the JO Quarter . 20 Bmnchitis: Asthma, Liver CornCURED. -
    attention to the sale or thirffhent of cotton and other &T plaint,Xerroiis AffretiousCow'bs,
    in bis line on reasonable terms. J9, 1 stated disease con not he contracted when exposed 10 Eighth 10
    produce, and will make liberal advances on consign RICHARD SAUNDERS.ep1CJ856 .___ __ :9._ 12-60_ h__ ______ __ the t -- -_- --- -- Colds, le. IIn insr now made his
    conditions them
    ordinary producing -
    rncnU fur sale Iere.ol for shipment to their A icudd in hu any i Bite CONSUMPTION forlnn" amid retired from business,
    I Charleston _V. York I SOJJTNA_ "" Change of Schedule. a used ai per dns. And a I neither ate SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY, he will send the prescription and l
    j Savannah, or Liecrjioot.They nausea nor offends the palate,and rendering unnecessary
    I GldSJS :Nc: -4LO3 I CUr.ED.Jreelons! for preparing the meditmtfree -
    will neijoliate in the principal markets of the --0 any change of diet or interruption t usual p.c of charge to all ,1. le-

    United States, the sale of Bonds i issued by the State f INSURANCE CONPANY I suits,but promotes sound sleep! and healthy digestion, Drairs Wednesday, July Tlth 1S59.ONTHE tire it, ami w ill send to h!s "g'nt,
    the several Railroad Compaoiet-Ly the the complaint thus removed at speeddy as I con -- ---- -
    -by counties OF I COMPANY. I COXSUMPTJOX enclosing two stamp ((6 cC'nbtlJ
    or incorporated towns and other gucd securities HARTFORD.Incorporatrd lent with the production of a thorough and p rmv TIHEf NUMBER PLAN. pay the return letter with a rfe-

    S J ,nd will receive and eiecote orders fvr iuvestineut II U. S. MAIL LINE.The neat cure. CURED. scrption of their sjmptoms. lie

    S in tbe came. They will attend to the purchase in 1S19.Charier rupetu:I. -- --- -- For Persons i advanced yearsWho ,j. Numbers, . 12 Drawn Eallots. Old Doctor has cured more than
    of public are informed that theS'I'EAMSIIIPS .
    sale respectfully
    or % -0- &suffering tram &enfeebled constitution and ---- -- rnv. .tTMPTTOV. 3000 WM of Cotixtm'ption! alope,
    S REAL ESTATE IN THIS CITY Infirm body, these E.tters are Invaluable as a restorative Nearly one Prize to ercry ttco Ticket.1: nUll| hopes all afflict ted people wilt
    CASH CAPI'I"AL-81OOOooo. AND1agnoliaGa1veston of and vigor and Deeds only to \ail themselves} of this opp"rtuni-
    b he CUllED.
    fcr in any town or county in the Jfi'Ult. Eatttrn or to b Itng And to a mother while nu"lg. 1 GRl\D PRIZE $36OOO. ty, as tie, Doctor wishes to "do! all

    I .SoM/Aern Dittriet of <'llIriJ.". Persons having uebprupcr'ty IXRITRE AO AINIT LOSS AND PAVAO.E BY FlIP, these Indispensable, especially .he the, the good he e10 lefore he dies.-
    Bil 1 Prize; f
    & < ..?16,000 4 1'iizesof 6OgO
    for sale will do well to furnish them .
    plats
    I, with accurate dieriptons of quality, location. Improvements ONTKKMH AND CONSISTENT AUAPTKIITO WITH THE TME HAZtKU.LAWS "'TILL leave New Orleans and the various Floii- mother's nourishment I inadequate t the demands 1 Prize of . 10,000 I 6 Prizes of .. .. 4.000 I CONSUMPTION Address all letters toDI&NIELADEE

    ,price. term's, dc, with the name of some OF COMI'KNSATION. V ida Ports, as p.r (following Schedule: of the child consequently her strength must yield 1 Prize of .. 9,070 6 Prizes vf . 2,00 CURED. Box 3531 P. O New .
    Leave New Orleans and here it tonic, such York
    B. C. LEWIS on I.he a good tt-' etc.. dc.I
    ,I,* person who will show the property on appJica oo. Agent, 29th a 'ce. Who is his sold!
    Arrive at Pensacola on the ICth Stomach Bitters needed impart temporary 2-t t PRIZES AMOUNTING TO |515l'90! agtnL
    i t
    slnt
    tbe settlem.mt.fclaiiiis For Tallahassc
    (" W. will attend to against and vicinity. ) January, IS;!.
    Leave Pensacola! tie da and to the srslAt. should l> l-y
    on fame y
    }
    Lle al meaD
    ; 1" tli. Fedeial or State Governments fur Services or August, 1857. 33 vig -
    -
    S !: substitute- during the recent Iud m War. - --- --- Arrive at A palachicola I the 17th d 31st or 1st. try 1m ro all eases of dctnlity, and before soduti.g I WIIGIK, TICKETS 10; HALYKA f LS ; Qi;RTFRHi5o -- -

    I : In addition to their CommiHiop Department, the MEDICAL NOTICE.j Leave Apnlar hicola on the same dace.Arrive ask your physician, who if he I acquainted Notice.SIX .
    > I undersigned have purchased the entile --- a St. far"on the 18th &1st or 2d. with the virtues of the Bitters will recommend tliir In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the months). after date, the undersigned will pre.
    f Leave St. Marks ou same days. use 10 all cases of weakness.C11TIO money to oar address for the Tickets ordered, on reecipt / hifilial account aud vouchers to the

    STOCK of GOOM of Messrs. ELLIS d. THOMPSON j J. B. TAYLOR.J. S. BOND. Ariive at C..dJr Key on the lit!d 2J or 3d.. \.-AVo caution the public against of which they will be forwarded by first mail of Probate of Leon county, amid apply f..r a filIAl Jtylger discharge -

    f f1 t //1 to Licu they TV ill wake Urge addition at an early I Drs. Taylor & Bond I Lave Cedar Key on the same .. using; In\( the many imitations or coun Purchaser can have tickets ending in:n)figure they from the administration on the Estate of Martha -

    t clay. They will keep eoostautly oa baud so cxteuve ; Arirf' at Manatee J Tampa the 20th & 3d or 4th. Urfeits, but f I''I and well assoi ted Stock of HAVE associated iu the practice Medicine. Of Leave 1Intte.Tampa on the same STOMACU lITU. and see that each bottla The List Driwn Numbers an.1 Prizes will be (Signed) THOMAS II. TRIPLETT.

    :;:'I( Dry loods, Hats, Hoots & SLocs, Clothing, i at the OLD BTA.M of Dr. Taylor. Arir Key West on the 2lst A day.5th. hiss the Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach sent to purchasers immediately after the d.awing. February 12, 1859. 7-fim
    i Tallahassee, February 859. 6 I Lave Key Wet on the 12th and 26th. Litters" blown on the t-itlu of thw bottle, and _.1r" Purchasers will please write theiuigalure -- -- --
    ts ISaddlerj aud Harncs, rocerics! (Ciquors 1--- Anive at Manatee d Tampa on the 18th t 27th. Camped on the metallic cap covering the pi mi, an I give .heir Post Office, Stte. Notice.SIX

    ; I exceplej,) Provisions, 1'lantaiiiHi NEW OODS. i: Leave Manatee & Tampa ou the same days. cork and observe that our :autograph signature J37": Remember that every Prize is al .
    Utensils! Doors, Windows j |I Arrive at Cedar Key on the 14th & 28th. is on tie label. payable iu full without deduction. Months after the first publication of this no
    Leave Cedar Key on the J5: All prizes of$IOOO and under paid! me the undersigned administrator of the Estateof
    IiI and other Building Material same days. : and s fcy IIOSTETTF.R &
    n Prrpmd l after the Leonora P. Crenslmw, deceased Lite of Leon
    diately drawing-other at the nl county
    Arrive at St. Marks prizes
    the 15th it 20lh.
    J i !*,Furniture, (Iron, WEBER & DANNHEIMER, Leave St. on the on same SJ1I1II, Pittsburgh, P*., and sold by all time of thirty days. ,will present 'his final account and vouchers to tho

    : lIar u'are and CutleiV! Castings, and a greatS I MERCHANT TAILORS Arrive Mark Apalachicola on the days.16th 30th. Drnz'Ists) groters. and dealers generally NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS Hon. Judge of Probate of said: county and ask to be
    of other article d throughout the lilted Mates Canada South dismi s(1. J. C. CRENSIIAW, AdwtV
    variety Apalachicola ( the same day*. Tho
    not mail
    AND Lave 'I JThfse prefer sending money by can
    DEALERS IN
    t 7, All of which( they will Bill at Wholesale or IMsil Arive at Pensacola on the 17th i 31st or 1st. America and Germany. ue tlit .Ailtim Efprtik Cotnpaity whereby money January 8, 1859. 2-6m

    : 'ffl for CASH, Country Produce or good
    t irvptances, lit I prices (that will compare farvoiabywith AND Arrive at New Orleans on the 16lh with those of aur. city in the South. \\*e invite merchant GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS Tie GALVESTON it MAGNOLIA will each mal IVIiolc.nIo Agent \lure they1ae an office. The money and order months after dale I shall present my final

    3 and all! other 1ureha.ers to examine our ttock.JAMKS an extra tiip to A palachicola monthly ; Sold IltRXARD. Jr., in. ASII A. must cuco.ro in A "Government Post Office and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate

    : t:. I1ROO.ME, TALLAHASSEE FLA. Leave New Orleans on the 6th A 22d. <'<)..II\. A. LIILTallahassee I stamped ,* or the Express Company cannot Jefferson county as administrator of the Estate -
    15. W. THOMl'S --- Arrive at Apalacbieola on the 7th A 23J. Florida. receive tb I:1 of Hartwell Watkins, lute of said county. de-

    ;r4 February 19. 1859. 8-1 yMontvale Tilt SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving, Leave Apalachicola ou the 9th .t 24th. .\pri1.,1859. 15-ly All commnnications strictly confidential. ceased, and a>k for a discharge from said administra
    .- -- ---- Store next to R. II. Berry's Aoct AtJi .An ire at New Orleans on H'tb' it 25th. ----- ---- Adlres Orders for Tickets or Certificates to tion. WM. W. HEIR Admtr.

    Springs Tenn I )lU m, a well selected Slock of SPRING \\ I DANIEL LADD, Agent. Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. WOOD EDDY & CO. Augusta Georgia. January 8, 1839. 2-Cm
    ; SUMMER GOODS suitable forGESTLEJiEVS' Fla.
    I Newport, or, WOOD, EDDY A CO.. Atlanta, Georgia.or .
    UY WEAR December 18, 1858. 51 RAILROADS.Change o Notice.
    WOOD, EDDY & CO Wilmington,
    .
    I WATT, LANIER & CO.,. consisting in part of French an.J Enjlifh Cloths! Cassimercs Del months after date tbe undersigned will pre
    list of the
    : A7. C3J A cumbers that are drawn from SIX
    | and Vcetings of the latest styleand best quality their final account and vouchers to the HOD.
    Omucrsand Propl ieblrl', .QEOY. r the wbeel witb the amount of the Prize that each
    & \ which they are prepared to make up to order in ; < Judge of Probate, of Leon county, and ask to be dismissed
    is entitled will
    1r5 : -ALSO- \\'orl.mao-liL.e and f-i'liiouablc manner and ou REASONABLE Bank of Columbus .Ga. -0- ore to, b published after every drawing from the further administration! of the Estate
    in the
    i I : tner., rnainly, anJ Pioprictcrs of Exchange TI-MS. Also good assoi tment of a of Schedure. Etitution.iliist following, New Orleans papers: Augusta Mobile(-Vo.'Register) Con- of Lovet Grr u. deceased late of said county.
    I p. ADAPTS Ca-.li. "' Dela. JOHN Admt.'r.ELCY .
    YOUNG DUOOAR.
    Hold, Montgomery. Ala. READY-MADE CLOTHING, 1.1. Prcsl. Charleston Standard, N Atlanta Intelligencer -

    :h (S. LAMLR A S('>., formtrly c.f Lanier House, Macon Ulsck: and Fancy Silk-Cravats and Tics. Shi..til, Merino Cash Capital, . $JOOtOO 00. -0 New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah 29. 1859. 6-6ni GREEN, Admt'x.January .

    ii 1 ;i Georgia.) Silk and Cotton Under Shirts, Collars Sicks -- TIE Department having ordeicd a daily mail ser- Morning News, Richmond Dispatb. New York Dispatch __ _
    Gloves de. Ac, Ac.J HE above Agency will at ALL times between Tallaha'!ce and Walter's Mill, Paulding (Miss) _, atd Little! Rock,
    pUAV'ELKRS the R.ilro.id! from Talton.Gi., T b sopp1.d"ih Notice.SIX
    New Yoik the Tram run ou and after the first of Jauuary, Alk.) True Democrat.Nov. .
    , .L tA KtMxvillc! Tcnn reach thfse Wateis. the f They would fake this method of tendering Exchange on at eurret rate.s; (
    c ISiid follows .
    as :
    Also, Columbus and ; discounted 14, 1857. 46-ly months after date, the undersigned will
    Apalaehicola. pre
    I hr liking the Stage Lines of D. Dunn their thanks to their old customers acd the 0 DiJ .
    l. "r(1''nt "caHIll. public at current ratco. Gold Coin for On the Pen. cfr Ceo. Railroad : --- -- --___ his.tinll accounts and voucher to(the Judgeof -
    : t Co, citbrr at Ilnladtrlpbia Ix.udon, Knoxtille generally far the liberal heretofore bestowed : mtBUNIG
    or : patronage -
    t Office, (upstairs) over the Store of T. L. Eettoo, Leave Tallahassee daily nt..4 P. if. Probate of Leon county, as adminwtiator on the
    ( I from each cf which point Sl.igea etartin? nt Six on them.and h pe, by strict attention to their P. M. estate of Minton
    Esq P. ELLIS, Agent. Arrive Walker's Mill by. .. 5.CO Stephen deceased late of said
    .'rlI\ in with) butiucss ti coctincance of the M FLUID !
    I cvnwcti the Trains merit
    ( a. in run to i > a same.
    Tallahassee, Dec. 1858. 49 Leave. Walkr'l Mill daily at..8 A.M. county, and ask to be discharged therefrom.
    t. f Ioi.tvalc about twenty four miles ditat reacluigtheVter J. WKI.KU: : -- --.--- -- -- --- Arrive Talaba see by .. .. .'J.30 A.:. '1T For sale at the Drug JOS.JOHN WILLIAMS.Adm'r.
    M I At one o'clock, p.m. L. DANNJiEIMER. A Card Connecting at Mill with Poet Coaches via Store of E. BARNARD. March! lZ, IS:!. ll-6m
    The undersigned, being detonnined to make Mont- [ Walkers
    5' January 1, 1859. 1
    ).
    2 1811 14
    April _
    Motiticcllo to Albany every evening of the week ex- _
    g vale one of the iiust attractive Watcnng Places ia -
    - ------ -
    A the couu'ry, have since last Summer added several eeptiug Sunday and twice I week connecting with FfSK'S PATENT IHETILICBURIALCASES Insolvent Estate Notice.State .

    , new Gothic Cot tares aud other buildngs, together i i NEW CARRIAGE SHOP.? K. L... TIJLAKE Coaches running. to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin andJackkouulle. of Florida, /

    1 with other valuable improvements. The grounds rpHE undermenea begs leave to inform tie Irslfr of the lnticd Slate Land Office County of Leon. f ,
    ti are illl beautiful e"uoltion-tI.1': road near the Springs. _L acne Tallahassee and vincinity. that ho C'iti-I I' On the Tallahassee' Railroad : I ITTLETOY 1[ WHITE, ndminislrator of tbe
    11 I put iu the Ixtt orcl..r-a good cellar of Ice his been opened a carriage chop in this place TALLAHASSEE, FI.A., Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sund-u) J estate cf John W. Townsend late of Leon coun-

    joining . . . .. .. .10 \. MAriive
    at dccease l
    U aveL All Iftf'jii: fnnorit s. to>f nfort l Jlftu'"r/of his services to acts AGENT for e = ty. having filed in tbe Probate office of
    1lie l>nt'attn\\ "y J'/'(,.. trill If found l,.ft. i i it Brokaif's: Livery Stables,* OFFERS to enter, laud in the State Land persons Oflicf, I at St. Maiks by .... ....ll)1 said county a written suggestion that Le believe the

    J .,f As t. the cure of .li t'Il'I bv, tLc MONT !; in the building formerly occupied l by J. L. Grorter I and xi.llltt'IIJ to any business, in any of'the State Lave St. Matk. daily (except Sunday) estate of the said John W Townsend to btp I insolvent,

    I VALE MINERAL WATEIS, MC large M itv.ie where Leis [prepared to do all Kinds of work in his Office Capitol. CIres roasonntlc, and iu I .at. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .I: P.M.Arrive I thmfire notice is hereby given to all persons haviig
    l.mj4.ht-eepeciallv M to Iyspvpeia C! roiM> Dinnlwra line, at the hoi test notice and on the most prnpoition to the time IjttwJ. at Tallaha"see at.'l.o: P. M. I Roseuood Finished Latest Patent,)- claims against said estate to appear and file the tame

    DrrpfV. Chronic I.i er Ct'"II'lint, Neuralgia, Maps of Townships WIT or SIWANSEE RIVER, Connecting with) Post Conch to New I\'rl..n arrivalof .11-GU AND IDEnrCIBL with the Judge Probate of aid county,on tor before
    Nervous llf/I.IjC'b., Derangement of Nervww Sys I REASONABLE TERMS, (uri hcd at from two to five. dollar each,in adumce. < and which returns before the departure of mite I SUPPLY of all sizes on hand the 20th day of ptembcr next when there will be a

    tern Chills and fevei Ac. :. I ISo such as carriage painting sod trimming; making Dew.. _.J"-nfIL2:, 1659.__ 4iPLAKTEIIS'IIOTEL Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers bet\TUI .A. by T.J. kept constantly pro rata distribution of said estate amongtl the wed
    RAWL
    j Lanitr & S>tn Lave been engaqol; I in Hotel busies and wagons and all kinds of repairing. I New Orleans. Key West and Cuba, and intermediate November 2<\ 1858. itors of said estate.D. .

    ;. leepinsfur TWENTY YEARS, and wi i!, c*tintio The undeuigned i i.< prepared to do thi-t kind of ] { points on tt Gulf arriving at Sf Mal h. n their way ----- ---- ---- --- W. GWYNN Judge of Probate.

    1 to make every effort! to please the public.VATT I> work as well and in the latest style, as it ca.i be 'I I to Key We< 18th hat or 2nd of each Insolvent Estate Notice.State March 19, 1859. 12-6ra
    t I \ LANIHR & CO. |I Ij done at the Not th. I month, arriving at 8t Mark on their way to ---
    j i.. t.u.i"r. s. r. ri.Kr, ) i All those who have this kind of work to do, and Ta11nhnssco. New Orleans o the of each month. of Florida, J Notfcr

    1 4 A. "'. Watt. W. B. Lnucr. )f I j nirh it done in manner Unit will not fail to give I C. II. FISHER, Proprietor.April I Whenever these days come on Sunday the Train County <>f B.Le.HODGSON.n. f Executor of the last months from the first publication of tLis DO-

    I ; May 14, 1R.V -'w jti-faction, wcfld do well to call on \i run on that 'ay to connect.EDWARD EW. Testament r-f Charles Alligood, Wi SIX the undersigned administrator brow non,

    m WM. KUIIN3. I ?,_1659._ : ___ 15-ly _ I IIOUSTOUtf, Ixon? county, deceased, having filed in the Probate with the Will annexed of all and singular tbe goods,
    ti Sewing IIachines.l' \ i July 10, 1838. 28 PUS 4' Sup'l. chattel, rights and credits which were of John WI!!.
    I office of said .
    county written that he be1
    , __ _ suggestion
    deceased late of Leon Ins
    , i A 1 ROVER & UAKER'S CELEBRATED FAM-t A. J. PEELE'S, January 1. 18Sf. 1 I 1 eves tbe Estate. of the said Charles Alligood to be ford county will present
    ( KAIL-HOAD final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probateof
    NOTICE. I -----
    MaehiHes.. New I insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby givhn all
    1 ily Sewing Stvle. Price from LAW & SCHEDULE OF TRAINS t Leon county. and ask to be discharged from Lie
    S Iii. ,1 $50 to f 150, ei tr_ charges of *5 Iiemmers. The 1ill 1JW I perons having claims against said Estate. to appear said administration.
    lladiiiies are strong. &:, easy Leptin rder. Sew I It I TALLAIIASSE, FLORIDA. ON TiE and file the same with the Judge of Probate of said
    t p a strong seam. They ,u.roll') better and cheaper sewing MIIE attention of Consignees of goods by the "T ILL Practice in the Circuit Curt of Gadsden.I FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. county on or before the 20th day of September next SOLOMON SILLS, Adm'r-Ac.
    Si( ; than a sean-elrvbS can, even if the \rt>iks for one : 1. Tallahassee .t Pensacola .t Georgia Railroads! I T Leon, Wakula.Jefferson ,u. and whets there will be a pro rata distribution --May- -14-,n 1S69.- MSm( _

    ; crt no hour aud are unquestionably the best MaI,I i it respectfully: called to the following rule : I attend promptly, collection of notes and le funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said --Ii otice.

    I t-liinesin the market for family ..win on account>( Rule 9. r-f Tallatiawre t Pen. iblieaUon of
    Months first
    after the
    $ their rimpliritr.; durability, ease of management, and Freights jre payable in cash on delivery of good, 3?" Office in the Capitol,opposite the door of theAtt.rney's W. GWYNN, JnJg ef Probate. SIX tbe undersigned will p present to the Hon.DC-
    aa.tati..u! to all varieties tf family illg-ut't"u. | and will 1 General office. LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY March 19, 1859. -
    storage charges on articles lying over, Judge of Probate of Leon county, his filIAl account
    ling either heavy or fine wtrk with equal faciit! ., I, after the folioin? periods: 'cb.27.1858. 9-lf-
    t SUNDAYS EXCEPTED and vouchers as administrator on the Estate of John
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    and without special ndjuttment. To Consignees in Tallahassee 3 U.i .4 l
    ; )s. W. Townsend and ask
    ,deceased late of said
    N arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah county
    : for Circular. .
    tffSend a "
    within SYRUP
    S C miles of a depot, 6 & PORK O OF THEFarmers' tie be dismissed.
    _ Address L M. FOLSOM. Cco erri1tc. Fla.A ] .4 U u 12" 9" connecting at Callahan with Stage for
    Trader's Hill anti Ccntrevilla at Baldwin wit & Exchange Bank LITTLETON M. WHITE, Adm'r.May .
    pill :3. 185V. 17-Cm ovi>r2 H mB ARI .;
    '. 1859. 19m
    ---- --- --- Stage for Tallahassee; at Tiail Bridge with Stagefor
    - -- This rule will be strictly adhered to. and parties 1 OF CHARLESTON.
    J. M. CALLAWAY sending for goods are requested to comply therewith -A N ELSf' Middleburg; and at Starke with Stages fer New- Notice.ALL
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    and EXCHANGE ON NEW
    or tile goods cannot be delivered. nansville, Qaiusville, Micanopy, Flemiogton, SIGHT YORK -
    GROCER & COMMISSION 3ICRCIIANT, E. I10USTOUN :;E.yWcst S.LT. I Ooala.! AND persons 'having claims or demand against
    Supt. LEAVE Starke Sentinel and Sunay.
    SYRUP
    Quincy TDLENTY good and PORK BARRELS
    Two Doom Axes & LIVELY.CONSTANTLY paper copy. ecped. Leon hereby notified
    ABOVE I and with cow ty, are to present them to
    I 01 Stages
    February SB. 1857. 9BLACKSMITIIJSG .I__ for sale here. ALSO.-coarse or Key West connecting A. DENHAM,
    / on band and receiving fresh sup __ SALT, at LADD'S, Newport foe Fla. 1 I Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, 0: Monday, Tallahassee Dee. 1858. 49 .geDt the undersigned, eoffick> administrator, properly
    of and and Fm authenticated,within the time prescribed by.law,or
    : \y plies provisions Family Grccric Xo' Nov. 20. 1858. 47 Tuesday, Wednesday iday. .
    1 pains spare l in selecting good. to 611 order from 'I A. l COLE, Sup*. State of Florida they will be barred ; and all loose indebted are requested

    tj the onnitris| and at the lowe mil kct prices. Country ( rpHESUBSCRIBER gi"esno. Guns Guns Guns I Myl. 1858. 18 Ban to make payment immediately.
    produce ami all other goods coueifned to me for : JL ties that be bas opened bit RICHARD SAUNDERS,

    it sale will receive prompt Attention. The citizen of I BLACKSMITH'SHOP' again in I milE undersigned bas now permanently located t Feather Brushes & Dusters. TALLAHASSEE.OFFICE Sheriff d ex officio Adm'r.

    1 Tallahassee awl vicinity are respectfully solicited to connection with his LTVEKT STAtE where he will _1_ opposite the I'o-fct where he i preparedin May !). 1859.Sw _
    call, examine and price my goods before( purchasing. bare done all kinds of Plntt o Carriage work. t the most : prompt manner, to A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OFFICE 1: BCTGEKS' BCltDIXO. .tO -------Notic --

    eaLore.! Every article warranted to w ai rrpretntcrl I -ALSO- : make and repi _LJu just received and for sale by .
    'l to the GORMAN. IOHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK. AiD A LL'persons having claims or demands ajainstt
    I. purchaser. I GU:% GtL\LOCKS, MiER d
    April 16, '59. 18 IJOnSESIOEINO; in the very best manner; Jll'LES February 26, 1859. ii NEW ORLEANS FOR SALE. -t\. Estate of Mary- M.FelkeL deenvd-late

    tI j 0 and will use every, endeavor to have woik I in fact al work pertaining to a Gun or Locksmith. --- ------ WM. BAILEY, PresHent of Leon county, are hereby notified to present them,
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    done with dispatch, and t suit customer With te above qualifications be expect to merit a W. R. PETTES, Cashier. properly authenticated to the undersigned administrator -
    Plank Road All Right! j P. B. LROKAW. liberal ationage of the citizens .f this place and Dwelling for Sale February 19,1859. 8 ,within the time prescribed by law or they,will

    rPUIE nnJcrtTgneJ; having purchased the entire in- !I January. I. 1(59. I surrounding conntry.I3f npVHE known residence of the be barred ; and all those indebted are requested to

    ._I._ teres of the Georgia A Florida Plank R nid j -- On : N.'a Gun locks always for sale on hand. JL lobscrber."el situated on the 200 foot .i.. 1858. make payment immediately" -

    Company trill put the saoie iu good Ira.1lingorder. AUGUSTUS BROWN. street for sale-terms beJ J{' : DANIEL SWITZER, Ad'r.

    Thu may be felicd on. The rates rf tolls I have reduced ; \ BBLS." onslgnuiiit---\ March 26, 1659. 1II.lSnOROUGH low. The OIW house contains 5 rooms, with___. A MOST_ DE8HUBLE ..&OSTXETT' OF May T, 1859. 19-8vr _

    some !5 pet cent. To persons atBcI-Aii I OU fin"- a large basement diiiing-room, and is one ot the most FRESH GARDEN -SEEDS '
    wwhing to contract by the easoa a suitable ded jction I 3000 Ibs. Sides, f ( N. C., comfortable dwellings in the city.A C Notice.SIX .

    ; will be made. Cut the miaous credit. system 2000 Sbtldt ACADEMY. planter removing to the city for the education Warranted.Growth of 18581! months after tbe first p-blicaticn of this- no

    abused In this region noj .on this road I out stamL 500 a Stg d best Sugar Cured I 1 MAY children, will find it a desirable residence. THESE SEED are procured from a eold climate the undersigned executor cf tbe List Will!

    : Somebody must pay for .nn;, the road. Suitable I HauiJ I was for eleven yean R.H.BERRY, A gtDt. consequently flourish the better. in a and testament of James WbiUbead,deceased will
    deductions made to tboe. ruoniiiif 5 anti 0 rnu'etnnisby 10 bbls. .Oliver WLisIey.Kf I .1 A officer of the South Carolina State Military TERMS-Price f 350 onebalfeneb the balance warmer one like ours. I present his final account as such executor, to U

    a' the Ita.OU. when arranceuients are made -TuJI Cu.l. .-. Academies. For a circular address 1,2 and 3 years erdt cent interest, with mort.gage E3P Cull early or send your orders, that you may Judge of Probate.f Lena county nnd ask t*lie 4i -

    Lt-'I"'hoo. 'JERK RICHARDS. :II. BERRY, Com. Mcr. I u c. TEVT. nnisborough.ir.c. on property. get he varieties desired AMES $ LIVELY. charged. JOHN .R WlJlTEUE.\D.Es'r:
    lliclai d. Mill April 9,'.9. 1 i I ftLC, Jl! March 12,1859. Il-ly, I February!, 1859. January 8, 1852. 2 J.pue4,1859. :3-4ai" "

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    BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLlJUI,): 2, 1855. VXI--.NO. 27.


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    n' -: ---- --- --- ------ -- ----- -- --- } hundred and II.dIlC! : (, and II]: P.S remana' unexpended: ii hereby appropiafed. I I been issued by the reds:,'! ;grid receiver ?Ci
    and I nUhed; when tho'amount shall eighteen t
    -PIFTH CONGRESS. For of hikers i'.strurtorf, carets, Clct.J twentj I '
    THIRTY pay other acts and parts: of acts inconsistent; wil: !,! !. i I nny I.md oJTii-e )f the! United ::t. e3. or hvj

    iti-iciiiis; one and linndivd! aud fit ftt1? thousand I dollars.Sec...2. And be it further enacted. Thai I the provisions; of this act, he, and the!: sam!J See. 3. And be it further enacted, That D j I ( itKer. of them ; or if n'U.* (.'tr;cn cr po-eon"
    i hundred
    BY AUTHORITY. run eighty of u.j .lo1trs thousand wishing to avail himself of thii I are hereby, repealed and tide act shall tak !:, register of such jocrnals, h5,:,s, anj jt'idoruiicnts j shill pass, ctter or publish Ri trcs niiv (IIi!?.
    For ttUCtfour any person ,
    ctmllutluiol from the date of its : sham I.p kept under the! Rsr'uoillyof : !forged, or counterfeited: c;iltary!: liana Lim
    and dollar. I IFor whether el dm be due or net, effect piss.-ge. 1
    LAWS: OF Til E UNITED STATES. : one hundred sixty one act, hi hl 2 ly39.Carer. I : the Secretary of the ln'--tier, -heing the 1 war nit, military f bounty Ianwsrrr.rt? rt'ri;-
    I'ebiuary ,
    oflierrs horses sixteen dollars. file in the of the clerk of the Approved,
    j forage for. ( crrui I' I i tl'ItIJ: : and kind of each at ni> tim reed: | f ite, crtiiii.3 ,. c.f Icrtn.? of ttpl-cti: r-;- ,

    l-.b Art t., toutinn* the OflW of Iegt t'r i court for the District. of Columbia! anr, I I rest lilt! in of this! and it !! irate of location c.-mti;irate cf
    l\hip XVIIL-An Act to fir the Lig'itinaith I by pursuance act ; pnrrfc.aduplicate :-, e
    InJiaua.IJc officers the of the Baitbuilding 1 I
    V5iie lieu of to
    For ser lime
    Lan.ltJct' at ne5. pain clothing CHtWIHmceUI"l roust Mali.e
    if the of afer I Gal certain Streets the shall bi! 1.Sd ity ti> \Ie caused to bs entered fellica"'r"( of p:rchise, rerefft cit
    i.ytaeteti t tin Stnaie and House : hundred and and three! months alter tIC! I
    by
    i Stars of -ttsOI( twenty d.laf. \ihii He it enacted by the} Senate air.I Home 1 IKepresentalivesof ; in such register, nl the proper tie: when, j duplicate receipt for the parchai men y cfj
    United
    I..f the i fol of such
    or a notice
    Pvpuwiitttives 101 current and ordinary -xpen-es, as < completion building; I'pairt I the! United States of.\me- j where and to whom the sine, or any part j any of the lards of C nit- d SaV: Jo.\;
    in Congivss a ttutled, That N eiia- i and furl, and of his intention! to hold a lien upon UKpropeitr
    Aieiu-.i: the }\ : repairs impf\'l'lhl5 ca i i Congress assembled, 'I 1 hat tho swnji, j of them have Le.n iJUtrib-ited and delivered, the sime to he false or forged such pcon
    iuUTesU-d i in titles to la">d in transportation declared l by this act li.ihlo! to !
    fora stati-mery ruth
    .Wson* >: deemed
    iratus
    p the ap2 |p.t.St six thousand four hundre I dollars be, ad He u| and to report tha same to Cottgress at the or persons so offending .h.l:l be and
    district Inciana to lert.et : and lien for the amount due or to become due t U
    \ iiicenncs ; printing, Ili5CdUt'IHS ,
    otherhufints c.ts. earns i i'4 hereby, appropriated, out of icy first session of each Congress.Sec. i adjudged guilty:! of fl-Iony. and, being thereof
    the traiii-iction oftuch of intructi"ii forth the amount
    him
    carne, and for mi idcKtal expenses, G\fartlt specifically Betting in I the treasury not otherwise i npj*>- I 1. And bo it further enacted That I duly' convicted; shall be sentenced to lo imprisoned
    his services, he office !leJ and! claimed. his failure to !o so, the lieu money
    require Upon
    ( a* ,
    may I tirlfh'c ltu printed, for laying down gas pipes and ctt- I the s.t'i.e shall be dour-: 'red mint by the Secte- I and kept nt hard labor for a ( cried
    the land Office at that placeshall be The clink aforesaid fill
    of
    I f Register tl'l d.lu! : *. "II 1')51 fh.1 Four ai.d half street \. of the Interior the written requisition i not less than three than ten \
    illg lamps on a ? tary only on years nor more
    of three gas .
    bu continued toi tba: period Tor gradual increase and espen-p of library record such notice in a book provided foi I
    of ti! act : : I enth .street, and Twelfth street, across the of the heads (,{ d>:-piirtm'nt3, Secretary years: Provided.nevertheless, That aotf.irjs

    years fiom and alter me i p ss age : out'tltotiy.-md dollars. that purpose. plat 01'carth described the plan of theft! y of the Se\1tc. CIt ik of the Iloase of Rrprosentatives herein cor.i-iiiied i shoal! be construed to deprive
    il I, i i1<; the opinion Ilf th President ..( the United : For expenses of the board of visitor?, three Sec. 3. And be it further enacted Thai !
    I as reservation' numbers two and tree, ; 1.ibntfiI.1I of Congress, and other I the courts cf the several States of jurisrJi'tion -
    tlio interests so lanjj requireSec. hundred and such lion to exist at the expiration
    Suits public thousand cease
    I SI\'n ffd.lars. shal I commonly[ ] known as the Mall, the sale to officers and persons, private and corporate: : under the laws thereof over cffencoe
    Fur of : and of after the completion of the
    it. Thai it i forage artillery cavalry one year i be expended under (direction of the ("niinis j who are, by law, authorized to receive the declared punishable! by this law
    And lea it further enarted. thousand five and five unless] before time,,
    2. I seven 11'ldrld forty building or repairs, lIt
    This actihallj where I law the of Approved 5 Iiw9.
    directions ,ioner of Public DuiMitigs. same, except by Secretary February ,
    under
    shall have
    oftlie lhe
    loiter, I action to enfrcc ame
    shall be the duty dollais. an Ll'l'l
    i the Interior is i without such
    from its required requisition -
    j force
    from tho Secretary of the Iulcii, to I For supplying horses for artillery and cavalry commenced in the said circuit court by the Ieimi passage. i
    = widenres .Approved February 2, 1859.Cn.vr. to cause the same to be sent and delivered / CHAP. XX'.I.-An Act granting the Rli't; : cf W<*v
    h'I(' such jia'ont cirtificatesor ether piactice, one thousand dollais. person having such lit'1 against the owner ; and in either of such casts it shall be over, ant Dvrmt Ground on. the ifiUtarv Re-
    from limo t.- bore I lie neeestrarv five hundred with whom with the contract: I' serve nt jrurt Gratiot. in the Stile cf Michigan
    of title, as ma) 1 For repairs of quarters, I or \\bosegt'lt
    o1terl' Xi X.-An Act to fix anl regulate |le Corny the deity of thrSecretary of the! J Interior to :
    :
    ancient forUailroa
    basic of for the unless such claim be not due al' i : ruri'Q5]
    the patents dollars. ,
    I was
    as Lint
    of Receiver and J of M
    mate pen-utiuii I.ej-iMers case the sirne to be sent nd! deliven-i!, timeexpenses
    r -..,.J minims' in natdixticl that lure ben I For models for the department: of cavalry, the expiration of one year after such completion I tftioe under the Provisions of the Act ppruvtj I thereof when otherwise directed !I He it enacted by the Senate and hence of

    cognizd by rarlnutcnttfimiatmy laws,and two hundred and fifty dnbrs! In which case the action shall be commenced April twentieth, eighteen hundred lfightecn I I except Representatives of the United States of America -
    be the fund
    tt l"-1 prior to finally closing, the tlisliict, three ; For extension of water pipes and iltr'as. within three months after the same IJ. it enacted by the Senate and louse of I to charged on contingent in Congress assembled. That the right of
    of the
    month puLJiriiotice sh-ill I be given thereof. of rten'oir. two thousand five hundred duly shall have become due.Sec. Representatives of the United: Slates>f America I department. I way through and tho privilege of constructing -
    Sc-c. 5. And he it further enacted That
    S..e. a. .And be it (uHrer! enacted, 'Hist a i II S. 4. And Il it further (enacted. That in Congress assembled That til act entitled all such boohs and other, documents I II ejects and workshops, on the public

    register h:1l1'e! at) 'inted bv tha Pie-ilent 1 For targets;and batteries for artillery cxereise the] complaint of the plaintiff lltl contain a An act for changing the coupcns-ition I shall journnls hereafter, be distributed! according land) o' the United Stales lying in the county .

    under' this art, ly and with the udi ice and : Olt hm.drcd and fifty dollars. I Kiiof i statement of the contract on \\iel the of receivers and registers of the I IJ'IJ offices" of S;. CL::.rr, State .Michigan, commonly

    convent of the! Senate, which rr.iler fchallhe : For furniture for hospital for cadets, one claim is founded, the amount duo thert'ol,, approval' April twentieth, eighteen hundred I to and for the purpose now presciiJted! by called d!-a Fort Gratiot military reservation,
    law that the distribution of the
    :ithoiized i t<> perform all such duti-. both as I hundred el.I11 the time when the notice was filed with the ami eighteen, shall! be so constiufd by the i except same le! and the store i it h'r'h.tantpd to any
    the of the States and Territories
    r< {IStet i and u-uci'or, asthtlK! ( prescribed i For :y conduits for cadet barrack clerk, his till when the Luil.lilg'IS completed accounting officers of the urn piojxr
    and to the judges of I the courts of the United ,
    biho Swr-taiy /1| the Inteii-ir, and th..lle. yard!, vtilh te\-icl. five hundred and fifty duly ii' it I be completed \\itha diclptiol to r strict the aggregateamoui allowedas II contt uct a railroad or railroads from the aitv
    States and other officers and bodies
    : of five hun public
    I' j\ e in lull to; the same abilary ; 118 of the premises, and any other mt.rallirts,, : compensation for the registersnd! ; receivers within the States Territories shall! be wholly I of Detioit, or any other place in said State,
    :
    for
    d.od dollai* |per annum, and such fetes :, For addition to latrines, or privies in cadet and swl! pray that the premise may "oM i commissions on moneys received at any I under the control of the the to or near the *village of Port Huron in said

    I'thermion or bounty-land locations as cxis.long barrack. yard, seven hundred and fifty dollars. and tl.l pioreeds of the sale applied to the land office in any ono calendr year, to I Interior and the resolution Secretary State: Provided That in the opinion of the
    i joint approved
    '. Unite States laws allow and in maKing j For latrine or privies, at IHI. camp discharge of the lien.Ser. the sum of twenty five hundred d'lars' each ; March ; hundred and President of the United: States such grant or

    transcrij-ts of oiiginal pajieis for indi.idaals five hundred and doll be it further enacti-d. Tint twenty eighteen filmy be
    ground, fifty Irs 5.ld and that the registers and receivrs shall not grants not injurious to the purposes of
    the resolution
    \ : said register shall have a light i to Fur sewers to river 1,0:1: sippers, dr -goons, the suinin"is; shall be seivcil as in ether. (;St'S receive for any one quarter or frftioual quarter eight supplementary to joint public defence, and that the location of sail

    barge therefor, recording to the tarJf cxisti II arti I\IJ. and band IImlrls oUt thousand! ur. instead of sef'il'C by [publication, it maybe more than a pro rata allownce of said hundred approved and January twenty tight, the eighteen distribution buildings on, and such road or roads a% to
    fifty seven, pectiig!
    district.
    t.' in the l+M-sl coups ol I the f'e\.t'l ( and fifty dolars. made by delivering :copy thereof to the maximum of twenty five him red dollars. position and width through said reservation,
    i'ocumems {
    of certain i3
    ,
    .Se.-. I. And be 1 it further enacted That Fur lion girders to strengthto person in Pos,(; ion of the premises. If the Their compensation both for wiry and commissions hereby repealed and the price of the land to be so occupied,
    ami the third section of said
    ;:'iO olH.-er s? appointed shall be required ton three thousand lire shall have sold of the ; joint being first of
    academic building, defendant or disposed ? to commence and ,;:c calculated] determined by the Secretary

    .-rfe: < at Vinreimes and to give! bond lor the I hundred dollars. premises before the service of the summons, from the time they enter on th!| discharge of I resolution ol January twenty eight eighteen I War, approved I by the President? : And provided .
    hundred and U amended
    I
    hereby
    fifty
    f i'lifid! [>ei fonuance of his duties the enfctv i January 12, 1809. the court shall direct notice of the proceedings their duties. sc\'el1. further. That irthe price of such grantor
    \lplond. by striking out the words to him by each
    "!'the archie*eg ii hu charge, and the public i to be served on the purchaser, or hi< Approved, February 2, ISafCHAP. I grants be not pai I within thirty days after
    of the from the several States
    :.:,:ievj, Licit may be received by Urn, ia I Ciur. flit-An Act to rej. iBn Ac.til..An agent fo the pr( mises, who may tlwroujvon, senators respectively j I the a-roval; : ] of the President or if either of

    .-'n-4 penalty as the President of the United i Art authorizing the Serreiary .I .Trenmry to.di&r.ar I if ho desire it, be tna.le a party defendant in XX.-An Act authorizing I Ie Secretary to and by the representative ia Con.I saiJ roads shall not be completed within threeyea's

    1.mtia; may de-'tn ni'ce".ary. theami's"4-f VrKM-JiTia certain l..ap I the action. grant a Its; ,t'r for time Schorr" William A. gress! from each congressional district, and I or if nt time after its completion,
    the fifth a.r March, one tliou the fiorn each in the' any
    Ajrj roved, December ill, l&S. : iiruvtHi fifty fix. : Sec. 15. it farther enacted, That HaimSL": by delegate Territory it th-ill !he discontinued, the grant shall c.aao
    :I \rtlt .
    t United States" And That such
    bUDJr.n I provided,
    He it enacted the Sena and house ofRepresentatives I and
    lie it enacted the Senate and (House of i i the proceedings: an action to enforce such by determine as to such rotolml provided
    ( HII V.-An Art to confirm the LanJ tlnim ofiviUin by of the Uniied tatesofAare'i i.I ica i- distribution shall fist he JI.dt the instance
    ratMofciujJ Town in the Territory cf : Ilfpresentalives: ;the l"i ited States of Amcriea i I lien Ehllle the same as iu other :actions except I I I be of the representatives in Congress from districts I further, That all the! buildings to be erected
    : Ue in this act anti if : in: Congress :1srlill.lcar'1'hat! there : said reservation shall be of wood
    ns provided ; I upon ,
    New :Mexico.lie in Congress assembled' That: the act entitl.tl i \ I : in which such public document a.cI
    : be ciidcred for the .- Uilf.llc granted, und 'r tie! direetion the Secretaryof and if at time it should be deemed
    it enacted by the Senate and II nw ofUfpresentjuires ; ..\1 Art autlmnriiing the 8"I'hrof I j-.ulgtwnt: may not already been tiistrihuted so that the any expedient -

    f of the C oiled ;tatrt ol' Anierii the Pre::, nrv tf r"mt. the names of yeses : 1\execution: i isimd ngainst the premi--es, I Treasury, a register-or i the schooner tit distributed to each >:ioiial :qUIlII'1 by the commanding officer of Fot:

    the i 1WU ; : thereupon the IIushallhaH! proceed as William a amill." lying n the port of Hal ) congre3 Gatriot or by other bigger military authoritv. .
    i in Congress a.v>nI.lcotl! That < iu certain cases, :approved fifth Marsh one I and territory shall! lie equal any .

    I hn.I.hiOl" in the! T..rritoryeY 3exicoIc.MjfnarH : tiojs.in.l! eight ImmJrl1 and fifty six, Ll' uddu. upon other executions. upon real.1 pioperty.S.c. : I timore, and now owned byM.obert Dorrile, a ,I I Sec. U. And hit further enacted That the I I to destroy such buildings? by tire crotheivis
    : further citizen of tho Utiited Stats: Provided: It ,
    be it ( ', r.o claim shall be made againstthe
    lists 7.ul 'nlct'l.r111at
    :
    d in the! corrected asA is repented..Iplwored
    cane !
    I ICNII y the satisfactio of the! tenth section of an act {entitled All net to
    Secretaryof
    the liens created in of the be proved to l niteJ States for damage.
    of SautaAt. pursuance provii -
    .
    rueWo of Jetnc3 in the county January 17, 1839.Car. I
    I I.I. built cstahlUh the iiiith.so-.iian Institution': for the*,
    ehe.os at
    that
    the .May'sLmding
    shall have Treasury
    -i ) of this act precedence overall Alpmuved{ February 8, 1859.
    a,
    in mime State of NOW Jersey that increase and illusion of knowledge among I
    Ii;, i'ue'Jj Acoraa in lie county ef Z ale : X.-An Act to authorize the rrendtnt tomake other liens r incumbranceshicli attached ; I I "

    l'i:1 Advances uf Money to Hiram Pou>rvHe up| n the premixes subsequent to the time she was enrolled a-s an American vessel, and mea: approved' August tenth, eighteen hundred Cn.4P. XXVII-An Act in provide forth,! P.yKf -
    t' : ,
    I at \\hirh said notice was given. If a that she was owned in xnole by citizens ot .I amid 1'0.1, six, i is hereby repealed. nt oft! i'lnim* r the Stile cf Maine f>r Expen -
    ( Ptjeblo ofSati Juan ii the ro-itj of it ( by the Senate and loose( of npon .
    I 'lactc i sale of die premies on execution the proceeds the United: Slates at the tn she I was stranded S.'C. 7. And be it further enacted. Thit Ly !> inclined by that State in orranizlnff .TKcgiwent
    Ui.. Ariba. Representatives United States of America i. I of Volunteers' fr the Mexican War.
    b insufficient all such liens the i on a reef near Abacooneof the Hahnmai.lands this act the riLtiiLutioii oi ai! works mentioned
    D, Pueblo of Pi -tiris in the county nf Tao, ; in Congress That out of } ? to pay court I II i He it enacted, t'ie Senate and house ofReprecmmtai
    asst.mlli'd. Ill i and that she is row owned by H tilt.! in the first Ei'Ctio documents i" by
    ofPer'ialdJo. I s'l.ill order them to lie paid in proportion to as public .
    K, Pueblo of San Kline ia luc county monies ,' ( appropriated J.v law to : I i- *';0;the! United Slates of America
    ; due ert Dortitt'110 is now' citizen of the United I intended and directed to be made, the
    the amount, respectively, to (lch. any except ,
    I enable' the President of the United St-ites to I i it: Con rcs? assnmbled, Trial the! amounts
    "
    1\ Pueblo of Pecan in tins county of Saa I contract"with fiiiam P.W'T for certain statuary other: property of the defendant not exempt States. i Exploring Capctiilicm" COlductllllJy Command orth. State of Maine for sIn incurred

    i II the President shall be I from execui;>n may be od! to satisfy such Approved, February !, 1859.CHAP. I r Wilkes.Stc. .: expi
    Mfcuel.Ci I In.III'T.1n' i is, by that State in organizing a regiment ofvolUn
    Pueblo cf CocLili in the coraity of Sant.i ; autbo.ize to make such partial payments'n I IFmce execution.Sec. I S. And be i.t further enactedThat: alI !! fir the Mexican in the
    Win* fir the Paymentof era w.ir. year
    XXI. An Act
    8 And be it further That if pro .
    .' : a* he shall deem ft. enacted books, charts, rind oth r publications
    -ra : l the Expenses, of IiiT<*iiratinj Xmtuittecs of I maps eighteen ha riled a-d forty six, upon the
    II, Pnebio of Santo Domiuga in theeccuty ; Approved January 19, 1S59.; the building I be on any land lying outside the the llous of Kcpre-K-ntdives: I of c-ve.y wliati-verheritotoredepv-siud re'pition; *f the President of the United

    ol Santa Ana, 'orlorate limits of Was-hington city and He it enacted by thi Senate and House of I in the Department of State nccurd.ng to the Staff?, shell be udi'od and, S'tiled by the

    !I. Puel-lo of Tans in llae county cf Tares, : CRt. XI.-An Act authorizing the Tome(tf Rcsif- t-orgi'town, the I.md upon which the same Representatives of"the tm'ted States of America I'' 1.1\\0 regulaliiig copyrights i together with all I pn->ptr flpcounting: of fl]<'pri of the Treasury

    K, Pufblu 01! .'.Ut" Clara ia the rouuljr ten to the tt'Iililo, Aiu.Ti.-s and Tunaja, Dud is erected, together with: the space around I Ii in Congress nssemVt'd, That the sum often the records of time fJepaitmeiit: of State iu regard D (P' rt'nent. pursu.mt to the pro7iioTia of y'

    of limit Ariba, j to .!iange of said StDI.I.rl i the samp, not exceeding five. hundred square thousand dollars It. and the same U hereby to the same, sh.iil be removed to, and I act p''ovi'd June Sot'ol.d. rfghte- himdrj *
    He enacted by the and House ofItepresentativesof feet clear of the shill ago be I of they | cdand
    L. of Tetcqne i &a of i Sentt i building subjecttt be under thc control of the Department i "
    lu.'JI. : cinrotj appropriated outof any money in the forty oigit.! to re'uhrJ nlf'n'J forsea.incurret e _
    ." ; ; the (7uitl1 States of America I the saitllien, if the said land, a' the time I Interior \v Licit is hereby charged With all tl.eI fw n
    for the '
    subsistence t *
    an
    ,
    .1.t ( not otliprwif appropriated, or
    Treasury n'"t
    :\ Pu,-bo! of Son [HJefoaso in Ho county] in 'onrrress asembltd't'hat the Secretary i of: the erection or repair of such building, payment of the of tho several investigating I duties connected with time same, and with alinmtters furnished' for the use of WlhI'1tf'rtt/din"a tinn t .

    of tho Treasury be, and he is i herebv shall have been the : of the expends in the the
    ,
    of IV auhorized property person pertaining tc copyright, saute
    :'mI1 : I I II comnu'ltees c; the House of Represfiitatives present war, hems mtj! intoCIbl'
    N, 1'ueblo of Pojaaqae ia the county of I ; and dirtrh.d to i issue registers i for I contracting for the election or repair of the the session, and that i manner and to the same extent that the Department service. nfthe upon OIled Stat tered X-
    during present
    Santa IV I Itt i'm.lipsmeri a" and I.'c Canada"how same.If the boildhig be in Washington city I i of State is now charged with the '),4'in the same
    the bo added It the miscellaneous item manner in all us
    1 King of New York and that ; (:h' which tho same all such) rejects Jj said; regiment;
    port
    reported ij>on favorably by the wuveyor-gcne- il or Georgetown, ground on I II of the contingent foul of said House : Provided I same ; and lu-rcatter l publications ot had 1 eeii mustered and r' time .1

    hi of New Mrxirn, i in Irma report of the Ilr-I the nUts of said ships? be changed l to the I same is err cted, and a space of ground equal That porlun' of this sum shall? bo I every nature whatever shall, under present of the I United* fctaf Deceived in the service

    ti.'ih: of$September' eighteen IlnJn..1 and .Mrxelxtis'l: j t" :
    to the Dep rti'tei,t of timer Interior and ships h:1l hereafter 'IJP considered an"l deemed I the deLtli of the lot or lots on which it is paid witnesses.Sec. by him. be out of mo, State of Mate; shall|

    I."ix.! !esignat 'l as- to ships or vessels of the [nite.Slates, I eiccted, shall also be hound by the said lien, Sec. 0. And he it further enacted That the paid any ,|ev- io the lreasuotherwise not

    0, Pueblo of Zia in tho county of Santa I and t1lilt"llo all the rights lnll privileges' I subject to the foregoing proviso. 2. And be t further enacted That Joint ommittee on tho Library may lit anytime appropriated FeLru .

    Ana, j nCfonl(1 by II\to ships or vessels built in : Sec. 0. And be it further, enacted! That hereafter the mil aie or travelling allowanceto I tii:pooo of dui{-licate3 injured, or \..IstcdI Approved, f 0, 15r,9

    the of Her- the United Slates : l'rovidej'i'hat this act : all or number of having liens on the officer or other person executing precepts
    P, Pueblo of Sandia in county any persons I other in
    1 books ol the library, or any matter Cn\P. XXVIII.-An AcGeneral -
    eitheir house of Congress
    of
    shall into effect until due hall the the OiIIIS or summons authorize the AttorneyI'roecedin
    nalillo, lot go proof same building pursuant to 1'1 to .
    the library not deemed to it, in such rtpmtiil I
    proper tie
    Q, Pueblo of IzJcJa.in tlC countj ofl'crhalill I be. made\to the satisfaction of said Secretarythat ol this :.ct, may join in one :action but their shall not exceed ten cents for each milenecessarily il manner as such comuiitt -e may deem b travelled such officer now
    -., I said) ves rh are wholly owned bv citizens I claims shall be stated distinctly in a separate and actually by preroe Court hetaeJlairactiuottsanmtth' .lmmonwea1tb p.

    (supposed,) Pueblo of \aml, I I o the United States or by an incorpor.i- action: and thejudgement shall sh-iw the or other person in the execution of any I Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, 'J1iit en 51:1 the l Island and
    I all such books and documents when received Providence P"utaUl] ell.
    reported favorable by the said snrrc'or.r ted company entitled 1 to.Ct 'l registers for I' amounts to which they are respectively et.t'tied. such [precept or Simmons.
    upon vessels under tIle Approved, February 5, 1539.Cn.r. I at the proper( offices, lilJrlrit.s.nll so forth I Be it enacted by A : ofRepresentatives
    general, on the of November, tigh- ships or of existing : If several feiich actions be brought by Sl"nntp and house
    f thiti.th IT\'isions I
    law haH be there and of tl!*
    teen hundred and ifty-ttt. laws. deferent; claimants, and be pending at the i as prowdtd kept I ,e United States of Ameri. !

    Also- the claim- .Approved January H. 18jn. same true the coutt may order then to be XXII.-An let provHim fir keeping and I, not See.removed 11. And from be such it further places.enacted Thatof I ca General in Congress is hereby! n} ,1,1.d. That the Attorney

    Nu'iiber seen, ufthe town of Tt-bte inQe consolidated.Sec. distributing all Public Documeots. ttthoru'd and directed} tClIIItC'rrne

    ount.of San Miguel, Co'I XIII. -An Act prov'J f.r Ji d.lini the 10. And be it further enacted, Tixatwixnever Be it enacted ly the Seriate and House ofRepresentatives II the statutes at Large of the United State, and repre*'ent the United States in
    ( l'ourtsnf the tJSUtesiu the btatevf Alabama published by Little amid Brown, now deposited i.i i. the proceeding it,
    Numb.T eleven, of the town of Clulili iu having! a lien, hy virtue I of tho Unite,' States of America eq lily now pending; ,in Aa
    . He it ( by the Senate and House of any person i in the library. of Congress for the Use of Supreme Court bet\
    the county of Ileinatilillo! 'nlct.J of the provisions of this act, shall have received I in Congress assemhled, That the Secretary and the n4 et"n the Cnmmonweal.hof
    senators representatives during sessions 11
    Number= of tho town of Helen in Representatives: United States of.\ Interior is with 1Jss.1chut'.tts the State 0' Rhode J
    tMrt..u. rer satisfaction for his claim, and the cost of of the hereby charged receiving
    be retained '
    of ten copies by ]land And Providence
    in That in Coiigre.-s,
    the ( of Valencia.repor c: Congress nS I.m'I"c.I, case his proceedings them.n, he shall, upon the arranging, safe kt"t'pingand [with Plantations and to consent -
    'OUlt. sickness other the librarian for the use of the judges of the on behalf of M
    of the
    l the favoraVo' action of Con;r('!, or : disability tli.lic request of any person interested and the payment the] distribution of all printed journals of the Court, during the terms of court of snit Umtet| States, to theadjustment .:

    by slid surveyor general on the thiiiirth judged the di.tril com Is the ( r.it'a Statesin or tender of the costs of entering satisfaction two houses of Cingres, and all other books Supreme $''' b Y a conventional1ine!
    tl. third of number then rtlllaill'ing
    and that one the to be agreed
    the State of Alabama it shall I ful for upon'
    of September, (eighteen 11t.tret atd l fiftysev a\ within six days after such paymentor and documents, cf every nature whafrvcr already in the library be translened to the Senate by decree., 'y the parties, and confirmed -
    the of the of the a
    of tlu : justice Supreme Count United directed law he raid ,if i in his judge
    also number hereafter to
    en; the claim two town o tender, outer satisfaction of his dmnnd: in or by printed court
    and two thiids to the library of the l Ifouse ol mint the
    rights an
    I State for the fifth circuit
    the judil'il upon for the of tho d interests of the United
    Tome reported upon favorably by surveyorgeneral the office of the clergy aforesaid ; and opium| or purchased use government Representatives for the uso of the senators States "d. not b?
    thereof
    notice from the mnr&hiil of |
    ol New Mexico in his report of judge o failure to do so he shall forfeit and pi} fifty except of such as :iro-dir >ctcd to be sessions of .irejndice l thereby.
    and representatives during the Sec. 2. And be
    the thirtieth of September, (eighteen}, hundred the said district! courts, to hold :1of s.-id dollars to the party aggrieved, and all damages printed or purchased for the particular use of such suit shall t further enacted: That incase

    and fifly-s.il,to the! Department of the Interi-ir: district such courts at tt f'gl.lr Il.rl (( or which he may have sustained iu consequence Congress, or if[ )] either house thereof or I I Congress.Approved, February 5, 1859.CHAP. and a conventional bo adjusted as aforesaid

    also the claim number twenty nine of the at fpdl terms as may, appoint for of much fuilmeor n< glecL lor the particular use of the Executive or of i and confirmed aT jjine shall be agreed upon, -

    town of ( ; Colorado, reported I upon favorable that Sec. And. he it further That Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, Thatin any of the departments ; and for this purposethe XXIII.- An Act for the Pnnishmcntof, the aforesanl, such by lines decree of the comt AS
    enacted at '
    by surveyor general New Mexico special- session of the circuit court of the proceedings, commenced under this act Secretary of the Interior is hereby directed Crime of Forgery [of] or Cuunh'r! it l'g miliuryiJouuty to be, for all p \1:1I1Ie taken and deem'ed __:_

    in his report of thiity first ff United! States in said vhich beronvened may dict'on of \
    hundred and fifty eix to the Department( tll. "hal the the Patent Office building to be used for this LVrtibcutt, Ct-rtiticule of LtHMtion, Ctnidcatesf kites or o( any de.
    be court
    l-y I the presiding judge of said surety to approved by to l'urcha and Rtee T u' Jec"il'ttl.n | of the go a rnm' 'tits thereof the tree:
    of the Interior, be. and they are hereby, I I that and no other purpose ; and the saperintcridant ,
    the effect that he \\ill pay the judgment hue of boundary b,lweer, ,
    of the I I court, it shall be lawful for the court to entertain it enacted by the Senate and House of said Cotnmoa o
    Commissioner
    confirmed ; and the recovered and and of public printing, public p'inter, Linden or
    thereby re- AInssnchast-tts
    costs wealth of and
    I i suit transact business in may United of Amei i i. of'
    : jurisdiction of the States a State
    instructions other whose Representatives
    Land Office shall issue
    : necessary lien contractor or any person duty Ptm'emy'
    llt lease his properly font the hereby crew. Rhode Island and Providence
    for the survey of of said claims, as I!I th. same manner, and with the same force ted. it shall l he by law deliver any of the S:1I1W. ca in Congress assemble, Teat; if any person 1850. \nlliuon"; .

    . andedect a* at regular term of said court.Sec. hall falsely make, alter, forge, orcuuntfrf. Approved February, ,
    I the said : the him there. or
    for cotifninntion by Sec. 12. And I le it further enacted, Thatany shall deliver same to I persons
    rl'commenr' And be il Anther
    surveyor 1 peneral and shall cause:patent to tt. 'nat.t. Th:1 of the I Sec. 2. .And be it further enacted. That it .it, or cause or procure to be fafaelyj
    having possession same,
    this stall continue in force bum th person I Art for admi son of Oregon
    act j made, altered, forged I or counterfeited, o/ CHAP. XXXIII.-An the -
    j issue theft for in ordinary cases to bestow shall bo the du of the of the Interior .
    who shall make Secretary
    n pt\tl day of March} eighteen hundred and sixty :alter repair, or anyI y willingly aid or assi.-t in falsely making aller into the Union.RrgcaxAS ,
    individuals this confirmation
    : Prmi.Jct.rJtIt : I Thor on an.nrticle. of personal property, at to obtain and remove from tho other departments I of have framed
    the
    shall only} c0IHrlt'.1 as a relinquishtncnt one, and no longer.ApprorcdJanuary- the r.nl"sfor the lawful and offices and from the Congressional [ ing forging, or counteikiting, any military people Oregon _"
    own-r or
    ) possessorthereol I felato
    nstifution of
    of all title and claim of the foiled States 25, 1S35 : shall have a lien on such.property so Library, and other r laces where the bounty land warrant or military bounty la id ratified, and adopted a c 'po .
    certificate i issued or to have been government which is republican in form ,
    purporting
    of said lands and shall not aiTt-ct ,
    t3 "
    any any. made altered labor all such journal, books
    or repaired or which same are now kept, ,
    I Cu\r. Tl-III.-An Art for th* Enr.'rctmtn of Me upon| issued the Commissioner Pensions uni and ii conformity with the Constitution i f
    or
    adverse: tslid rights! should} such cx.ut. i has been bestowed for his and and other documents now on hand and described I by
    chanW Lien cu iJtiilJing: and 1 forth, in the just tea.son.ihle of ct-rtilicate the United Stites. and bare applied for admission .
    T"VI. der act Congress or
    Approved, December 22, SaS. section and for this i any any I
    litric f Columbia.He charges for the labor he has l performed i in tho foregoing ; '
    into the Union
    of the location of military bounty l land on an equal footing-
    i iCR" iI I it enacted by the Senate and House of and the materials he has furnished ; and purpose, so much as is necessary of the ap :! any certificate of the with the other States: Thcrcfore ,
    arrant or duplicate
    r.e.r. jr.ti tires of ihs} United Stte of America such person l11ahol.1 and retain possession priatiou made in the following clause of the I any .
    .-An Act m iatioas for the : location of military bounty laud warrant, i '
    any Be it time Senate and H01is or
    the kingrl1Crl f-T tie sear in Congress assembled That any person ol the same until( such just and reasonable act, entitled \n act making appropriationsfor enactedhv
    ef
    Sur> >ort land certificate,
    ( I warrant
    hundred anJ oho shall hereafter virtue of contract charges shall be paid but if certain civil of the governmentfor : or military Itounty I Representativesofthe United State of America t
    possession
    ndio; thirtieth of Jure, tigh teen i by any ; pass expenses States
    of the lands of the United
    tijcty.De with the rvrner of any building, or with the I' from such person by his consent the lien the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen : upon any ; in Congress assembled That jOregonjhe,

    it enacted by the Senate and House of I agent of such owner, perform nn.lahor upon, shall cense. huncred and fifty eight," approved 1 March or any certificate of the puichcso of any ol : and she is hereby received fntdiie.Bi oa on
    i.I i.
    Representatives of the United States of America or furnish any materials, engine, or machinery I Sec. 13. And be it further enacted 1 That three, eighteen\ hundred and fifty seven to I the lands of the United States, or any.dupli t an equal fo tin; wi'h the other States in all

    in Conjru-ss. assembled. That the folloxv- for the ronstiuction or repairing of such the provisions of section twelve of this act wit : c. For expenses of parking' add distiibuting I cafe certificate of the purchase of any ot the I respects whatever ith the following noun.

    fog be and the filing the notice shall not intl'rfere'it special ; the congressional journals and documents lands of the United States, or any receipt fur, daiies: In order that t boundaries of timeState
    sonjs same are hereby apj>ro building hl, upon prescri- any agreementof t
    of
    the of of the .lands
    printed, out of any money in the not meet in st.tion second of this i act, have a lien the parties. in pursuance of th. provisions contained I purchase money any may be known and established, it i.i

    otherwise appropriated, the trlI\'supx| rt of upon such building and the lot of ground upon Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That in the joint resolutions] of Congress approved the United! States, or any doj.-flcate; rectf-it; : hereby ordained I and declared that the State

    the Military Academy for o the ending tt which the same i! situated, for such labor the act entitled! An act to secure to mechanics twenty eight January, eighteen! hundred I for the! purcbw money of any lan 5s of the e,I'Oig:;a shill he bounded c$ follow, tV

    thirtieth: of June eighteen hundred ye:1 and sixty done or material, cu iao, or machinery fury I and other* &'., approved M:rch second and fifty seven, twenty two thousand dollars," United State, issued or purporting hays *it : Ilt'siar.in': ; one marine league at sea due.' r


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    I vest from the point where the forty second before the Surrey of the Public Lndsopre pot to fill the cernp, w ithin ten days after the 1et or secretary of an" incorporated company force for the snppressiot. of ti! '- alive trod*. of nflrnn/tvaslierwoinan. and porter at thrfh !

    pindlel! of north latitude! intersect the same; cmpt their Settlement happening of rcch Tscancy ; and thct on fail .- l h-ad
    owning a steamboat or vessel, passed seventy five thousand dnilais : Prvidul. ("p q'isrtci, thirty two thousand
    tV. nfo northerly at ll o suno distanoo from DC it ennrtetl I lv tin Scrato nr.d Horte of lire to fill the Rime within thiityday, i it shnllbe March three eighteen hundred and twenty That fo much of fai.l appro'iri.itio-t as maybe lit r hundred dol! ars. tNtTj

    the True of the const. Ixing west and opposite Representatives of the United Statc i f Amcr the duly oft! c rtfotnry( ot! the Un ted States five. And nothing contained in said act required to already incurrtd Yards.
    pay [
    nil iInr.ls within jell in Congress assembled. That whereat for he Fhliict ', expenses ] '
    theja. ; of( ,!
    t ? State, including Mllii! ia to proceedngairst sh-iJl be construed to prevent the oath leqnird hn used from and after the ot" .
    i-ic4icti.n o: the United Sit to a point cine tlement*. wi h n view t" pre-emption, bive the s.iid e('rj nraion; and l.odyoI.tie, by a ;I <- IM tue fourtherlion( of#aid) net from being this may act. passage For ti.! presprv&tio of works MM! for tl he

    vest and p.oeire the rod-sle of the north ship been bffn mude before the survey ol the I 'ins! writ of srirefuvas, for n torfeituie of tie taken current repairs at UMrenl MTJ jard.
    by said prcriiifnt. or frr<>:-ir\ ('I! the S c. 2. And be it further enacted, That
    Couu..rver! thence emerlv i'l the field which shall be found to have }hj-pii charer viz :
    char.ndof the ; hereby g.nnted belore tne Circnit
    said Huffalo anJ Like Huron: Kaiiwav Company tri. salary p'otM d by the ihiul section of
    t to asd 'p the n.iddle channel of s.M made on scctiot.s sixteen or tidily *ix, Slid Conit of the Dictiictof; Colunil.ia and the At Portsmouth New HsarpcKre, Un (bous.iml -
    ,
    "
    hy of An tin* li' and
    reason any jtereonal; dis-bSity, or act to regi.I ite iiij inr consular lollftr
    i'i* divided islands vtions shall be to tho < river r.nd. whpn- by cp subject pteemptlpnrlr.i nojudication of that court thereon shall be otherwise. "
    the rnidd'e of the widest rr.r.el! : thereof, t3 : of snrli se'tlcr; and ifth -yor eitheroftht'tn. conclusive. And should this charter be I I systems of the United Sutes.: a|>;>re* >> At Boston, fifteen thotJEand Hollars.
    ouijui'gtd
    Approved March 1 1S59.CBAP. bundretl aid
    anoint near Fort Walla. Wa li, where the iiMli! hnrt l iuCeII or shall be er\edpr forfeited the and other August eighteenih, eighteen At New York. twenty thousand dolLis'a.
    mowmert:
    Jbrtv sixth parallel of nost'i htitude cros e* or p'e4gcd' for the ne of schools or ei>lletis i-iif rnvernents and held under the filty: fix, as compensation for the consul general At Pi.iladelphia, fifteen thousand dollars.

    n-id" river ; the-ice etst, on scid parallel! to in the State or Teniloiy in which the lanU same shah! lie placed property I by the President of the! LXSIT.-An Act repplemratsl to an Ait of British iNor'h America, as by schedule At Washington, ten thousand dollar.
    B shall be in full of all Allowed
    the mUdlo of the main channel of the Slios I 1 lie, ohr land* of like quantity are hereby United States under the care and rustr.dy of I f'l.the tlie Union.He ; Admission. of the Stelf Jiinncsota into to, that oilicer and nit compensation lies received bv At Norfolk! twenty thousand dollars

    }bones or Snake river'thence op the middle j appropriated in lieu of such as inny he paten the Commissioner of I'Cblic such I ; any At PensNcnLi, ten thousand dollars.At .
    Buildings, 01 it enacted the Senate and loose of vice consul commerci.il in British
    of the main channel of said river to ti! mouth I ted i by preemptors ; and o her lands tire nlsti other! fifSc-r of tl.e United States as ho by or agent Mare Ilind, California, tw enly thousand
    may Representatives of the UnitedSt of Ai Ninth Amen'ca, the amount al '
    itca exceeding ow.
    dollars.At .
    of the Owybee river; thence Joe south, to the i hereby appropriated to compensnte difiiiemrics designate i.r appoint for the time
    being.
    in assembled Thfit ed the President for his
    Congress the judge tf by as compensation
    paralltl latitude forty two degrees north ; for sehool pnrpo-cs, where said sections; Sec. 5 And !lie it fuither enacted. That Sackett's Harbor, one thousand dollar.!
    the di-tiicl couit for the ditri t of Minr.esola services, and nil fee received by said consul'general
    ihence west, along snid parallel, to the place i mteon or thirty six are fractional in quaistity, Tie said cornsatiin aid hereinbcfn.f Hospital.
    body p-iitic,
    Eiidl !hold ] shall be
    accounted for such
    cifraid officers
    comt-in each
    a tPim by
    tf beginning, including: j-jiJ diMion! ii; civil I or where one or both are wanting by reason] cii'Klui. shall the and For the construction and completion of
    liy name style ) ran at the flloing 1.hnesk. to wit, at Pir-s- respectively, to th' tieasury i-f the United
    su4 l criminal cases upon the Colj'imi.1 river of the township being fractional, or tic.tn 'nvtiaturnl of the \%'fliiiigton National Monument So- work% *f'd fir the current repairs of the eeve-

    ii.d Snnke river, concurrently v.it'i States caufc whatever: Provided, 'I hat the /' hate ton, lo coniiiM'nce on the first Mondny in ( States: rat naval hospitals; ;
    -
    :i peipelual &ucce Mi>n ; thi ill bocaj June, and st St. Paul the first in Sjc. 3. And be it furlhr enacted That
    on Monday ,
    Bent For of tos itjil !
    and Territories of \\Lich those liveis fotni a lauds by this section appropriated, shall be ahle >n.- repair buildings
    to me to be sued be
    : or to j-lead or October the the said shall ths fee for invi.ico ntrl for certi
    of!
    ; judge comt certifying ,
    and fences two thousand five hundred dol
    boundary in common with this State.Sp.c. silected and appropiiated in accordance with impleaded in ,
    any coutof law or equity in appoint a i'li-i! k for mid ditti jet, wlo shall resi lying the place of growth or production of lars.
    -I. And be it further esmcted, Tlsat the piinciples ol :t'tjustinent and the prr.viaiotiR the United
    States
    :
    ,1 ( ; may have and use a con papers New I'oi-k.--For
    the raid State of Oregon shall haie concurrent of the act of Congress of May twectieth, non seal and the repairs ofluildings and
    ,
    I eauie: tuny destroy, alter, said couit at either r.f the plart-s hei -ii des.iyiniled I lo chargul by the con.ul general for fence, thousand dollars.
    jurisdViion on the Columbia and all other eighteen hundred and f.vcnty six, entitled \\nd reiletiat andVhall seven
    pleasure. have power j for the holding of taid ci-urf the the B it-s'i Noith American pro\inces and
    us
    -Naval As'"utn-l-'or and
    rivers anu wM.is bmdeiing: tin the said State An tiet lo appropii.itel.-mds! for the f\ing curbing
    uputt |) purcliasf, take leceive. and enjoy, tothrintd juilge! in his dir -dIiotu fhall direct. subt>riinte! : corF'dar: oGcere, rr ;;et3 insnid
    of OiCgoi f< fir a* the same shall form a schonls! in ccitaiii town-liipsan.l fictioaal tl.fir (':2 Shiirntn street, pai-g sideinlks on Ship.
    sccc-essoip, .tny nnd :,11 propery, of March stiiil! Le
    3. 1559.CHAP. province?, fifty cents for eachrritiMrnte.
    Approved
    coumoi; boundary lo eaid State, .ind; sny t-nvnshij'8: not l efore p oviJ. d! fur" aty\ kind ind <>m-ijption whstscevcr. for the pen trtCt, poii'tirg anti rcpari-g Luildings,
    aid: no more. And no sum?; rerli.'ic.i
    p other State or &aic-s now or beieater! lo tie Approved, Fibru.niy 20, 1850.CHAP. |Ii|JflSt. of comj.Ktirg! the iTi-ction of saidovnomcni uirniure anti rel'tuirs of sautac p ltu)115e Clear.iai-
    ;
    ( : !* of the growth! or proJsi.'iion i-'iall he
    fonjevl or bomiditl! by the g.me ; and sr.id LXXV.-An Art matins Apprcpriatinn fur and w liite\vajljinjr, In';irre, ratcsou ranges,
    ( to of the
    ; disjiote r.me ss they
    livers ftndvjiterd, atid j.ll the navigable! waters LIX.-An Act topruicit tin- Land Fr.lid for sTli deem lit Us'uisutsr ittt1: ipli-niatie Espt-u( *** 4.1 thy 1tI1rt'' fur gim.U not exretding in unite the I and repairs, trees nail tree boxes on Shi- pen
    conducive the c.brcct of
    of said St te, shall be common highways S. IIIHI l'urt.-of in Sarpy County, iu Xtl ruis (' most, to (.ovs-iraoit: f..r I fir Vrir f-nding tlie thirtieth vfJi'tif SUMI of two hudurcil ,dollar j sderf, gas tax, and water tent lax, eleven
    'iipJc'.ing tile| etectioo in of hundred and
    Trrt now progress, tigl.fefll -ixy. Approied, .March 3, 1639.
    try.Vbereas thoiis.iml!
    and fortver fie, as well as to the inhaiiit-ii t* tlMinonumeiit, I one l.nndrt ii( huh thirl;; five dollars.
    the a'on-said ; to i led, so soon [ lie it enacted by the Senate and House of
    of said State a* to all other citizen* of the by treaty between( ihe UnitedStales i For support of beneficiaries ui the asylum,
    :m.l the Omaha tribe aftV the passage of this act as nny be con- | Itopieseiitatives ol the Unite; *! States of America Cult?. l.x\'l.-An Act making Apprrpriations for :

    Ui itP l States, without any tax, duty! impost, said I Indian tribe ceded ot their Indians land's bvxvhich iiith vei nt, such officer as they may deem j pi iope | in Congress assriiililrd, Tlial the foll.iwing j the Na .iJ Service for the Year ndivg tie ihiitieth dollar twenty six thousand six hundred and eighty

    or tol!) therefor.Sr.c. ,and (lo make and ordain such '. islitir- of June, eigliteen Inmdrc.I and ixtv.De .
    c j be and the
    [ sr.nm same are h-reby appropii.i j
    -
    of
    3. And be it further cncti-d. That Territory Nebraska 10 the United Nor folk -For rrpiir of buiMiug*, eighteen
    tioij \\.y Jaws ouiinances and ittnac'ed by the Senate and! ifouso oflUpresexta'ttetoflhe
    regulations ted of
    States j jconiiiiant i out in the not |
    icaeivatinn any money treasury
    until the and of was madei4'a pait of I thousand! t'.v., luindr. d ind seven'v dollars
    next censm .
    nppottiontm-nt United Stares of
    the Ameri.ca
    In of this chatter
    asthcynay
    Mjcrts otherwise for the here-
    }
    tho State of sLall UentiJed section tliiity six, in townfship[ boit teen appropriated objects P-usnctult.--l'vr ye'or.-tl rep-ii1 s of hospitalbui'f'irtg
    representative Oregon \ 'deem exK-dieiit and and alter for the fiscal tie i in Cor gress FenihIed, That thi ft !lowir)
    notth | proper expnsfed, year t'ndig
    tentative in the range tlii.teen east, tor ihn l' t'sltv. I *. and fur draii.ui" nnd filling pond*
    to one i eprt Congress teiiau Uoard of whii shall, not be lepugnaut to the cuttiti ito thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty, cam; be. end they are hen hy, ato tint''i iatt-if, ,
    Foreign thousand fire hu.'idretl
    .Missions and ten dollars
    ol tins Un'rt-d Stat. f. whereas ; lion inl laws of the Unitid States; and toiepei.rlter nannly :- be paid out id'any rnrmy in IK! tt r.iS'ttv

    4 ?KC. 4. And bo it faithcr cnacfw', Thsltho by trrtue of a joint les-olution of and tinend the same : 1'roti- glUt otherwise ar-p-oprialed, (tor iliey--nr t-nd-
    !I.. the Coiigrts, app-oved .Maich I i third, erjitecn t For salaries of mvoy extraordinary( ; ministers For the construction nnd com' letion .f
    folbwitig propositions ai 4 s.vne ded, way?. That the Picsidcr.t of the United big the thiitieth of June, cjglteen Iiau-ircd
    ire hereby. oTeicil tolie paid re *ple! of Orej j liunuic-d ami fifty s VOlt, a large p ifio,, oti Stall i for the! time Icing, shall lie ex vjficfoprettdr .-;-entrtiisitsucIs(if lie l'iited' States and rixty.1'orp.iy. works, tint for the irnnt repairs of the

    i the ii'iiiaiiider of sail section thiuv tix has r.t Great 1'iitain, France, KUSM.I. Prussia, several ;ival ,naazies :
    for their (ice or r jiftKtn, ef rommii-Mrtii \
    ncrj-tanee and tlir for the warrant, nn<
    pon time Petty
    ;
    4iall be obliitor lh.- j L tu preempted, loath," |I.ut ? lt\.ij.ju fur j governors, i.aiu. An tm
    which ifaccept.nl. > I* ing ( (lie sevctal Slates iufth. Unit* d Slate* (ofiici-r aiids<':.me'i, iuelndmg this engineer
    ainl the siid State of Or tue tate ol ttUools : 'J i.erelore...... i IViu, Poitugal, Sv.i'zerland, Koine. Na'ie, l -', fkid*. shot bei'f. new powder too5iC. ""**
    Unite! States
    njxn : shall l I., tepi-etirt-lv its of the nirv, hee ;inilii;ii nine hundred
    ft njjic'Miccprtsidt : eorps i
    i-nnJwrcd lie it enacted by the Senate and House of | &;rdu.is, He'g nn, I Holland, Denmark, Swedm i repairs ri'all kinds: forty six thousand four
    cgon tib wit ; J-irst. That sections of the s.- | society, cotpoiari.n ami body politic atutl (isis iy tiiour>_ml for La idr 'd anal tLiity |
    of llopnrM-matites ol the United States of Amtri Tuikt'T, Ituetio Avrs, New (>r.madn.l'olivii : li'isIn'sl nnd ninety tevt-n rnll.tre.!
    wvlen and thirty six inveiy township art! but all theieof shall I.eiIt.itI nine dotUrs.I'or .
    lii Cunyu-ss asseui Jeil. That the meetings : Ecuador, Wne.iUeI.1. (isiatem.-ila, Nic I IJosto".-For repair* ni'ai kinds, two
    ai1 l-iho-e either
    public lands in said St.-.te. superinteiiUeiil ah-lill avoid and thereof kcpt the |.iynient of >!l rrrs restored to the ;

    tiff.tid! tertiorss. or xny pail t'reof' has U-ra o common et-fiuols of the ruuutv of6ai at the!: sai'i city of \\ ashi ,papers ton. aritgua, :Sanduich; I.-Ianrts, Costn Rica, lion j' navy under: ihe proviiioas of ihe act sti Jana i iry \ UottatH f.v'hand-eJ doll rs and

    sold! or ():hes ti i i.e U-eu tiispoced of. oth -r ; jtj, m xvliK-li bald land is uiluit.J, shall !lie, Sec. I *.nd, be it luither enacted, Tliat ilu s as. Argentine CV-nftdi-rntion, a in.l f'ara- ixti-eutli, ri h'tt'i-es; !hiii'nirt d tool fifty .'revel, !j s %\uk.-Fnr competing nrmorv,
    alto LtkCJ U-ieOy l,, autiio.ized gnav. two hundred and I fssur thislult-illil dollars: 1 1Protided i repairs of all 1iideight' tl."U and, IoIIirs.
    !lands equivalent thei( imd as c.Mit'gnous to 6tK-ct six this act Cay at is tie lime be altered, atni nded', tli- log lie! periml of ih.-ir rfirn,vi.t or ens j of ail kinds

    ns may IK?, shall be gi anted to t.iI I State fur I liuiiu< .u ana hit ly acies ol any 'unoccupiediuuic or rept-aUl by the Congress ol the Ui.ited Tliat mi other t.tnlossstilor, t-iitny j jextranrdiiiury |jh-tl-iot: tixty two (hiotis und three l.iitidrt-d j junti Plil.tdrlliiFor: repairs one
    thIluSotstl I ihli
    luun. n. bau i n.ini.-liT plTiiot.'itiiry.: : nsini.ter ( rs.
    ;
    tho i.i tcIltH.l St't.iitt: I'iiit jy county : subdivisiosu of Slates.Sec.. j nine'V four slti! l.ir- i :
    resident Nnrft ik.-F >r ron' lf-ting *tr>;ne> and
    1.01 K-M coiniiiis'i.-ner.dipliKnaUi' per
    two sections of Ijiul bh.ll: l.e Eel apart and ; may ui. quintet leCtitli). ii: lieu of j 7Aiid be it further enacted.That all ; repr For piovi.-iiin* (sir commission, warrant, j jniul
    sentative d'afT.me sliailu! \ entitled l.mdi'ig at Fort Norfolk, pov.'ir boat, end
    Uc a.olfc.id
    teclMu ( or charge ? ;
    reserved for the m-e aul puppmt oJ a State I Iir.mersily hilly >\\x : IVou-ied, laws, actaor resulutiotis. of petty olarrii :iiil l i-.inen, !iinittlg! >
    or any part any of rll kir.d five thousand nine
    i oat to the! sail fi<- rtpnirs filly
    as boon i. ucli ctk-ciiuu ronipens.tioii during
    be -lec'ed by tl.e of shall lie made | any and Jines att.iclicil tt> (fur
    lo govi-mor lawact. c resolution inconsUtnnt with! this i ;rginecrs in vesi-s j jMa
    t.-ri i hundred and t'.hiit.!
    That in sixty
    ral;
    And
    u l.e tile ot tear : pro\iiled. nothing
    L said State, subject to the npjttoval tif iie! Con j uuiy buch hupeiinu-ndent to t tme act shall l>, and the same are berehi) ie- this shall be construed to in'eifere with >eivice, nini* liuialied andj'ortv flu e thou' l'eosaeola.-Fur repairs of all kinds, one

    c inissionjr of the (tenetnl Lsnd Oili. e, and t.i a uwiu-e lueit-wi, wan a d.- ciipiioir( ot the p.aied.Sec.. act sand tight bunt! ed and fotly dollars.F .
    the di'bursemei.t of the lirrt'tittlierttjijinupiiited thousand d.dlar
    beapproptiati-d and tips iI! i'. vjh manlier ( ui.o .K-cuit, iii tlieuUicuof the icgisterollue 8. Aid be it further enacted That for; the amount of >r fctirge.ms' necessaries and! apj; ianre* For nperinfendent. rival coattitif

    the of t u i I Stite prescribe : la.a 'ouice in (Lie Umaliu land district, contingent expenses for the si U and hint of the pay
    as legislntuie m.iy wi.0bl.all this act felial! be in force from: and after the inlet : ; navy, iiti-ludiug tort, and all the civil estaUtthments at tho
    the! oresiid, l-rt fm no other tlieieupou wuhdiaw such land foreigii course. the ami mariir five
    f'r pur|>ose n sobiKc passini theiof. engineer corpi--, thirty
    eU (tutu tc list ol For salaries ofassis iries of several! t't.v' yards and statioi.s, one hundred jnnd
    t: purpose. Tliird. Tliat te i eutirr sections of j lauds subject to pre Sec. 9. Aid be it further enncted, That ant secret Icgnti'n thousand i-ix huii'Ired dol! .;rs. fifiv two thousand four hundred ansi fifty

    land lo be si-lected! by tht governor of t.i.I I etiij-tion, wr public or private sale 1,1, bain landtliei.ict nothing in tie act shall be so construed as (1)I I at London and Paris, three thousand For fur! (fur (lie navy, to lie purchased in four dollars.

    State, in legal sulNlivu-iJI. tliall be granted! anu bi.all irpoit tile lad to the United authorize thiisaid corporation to issue an, dollars. the mode prescriU-d tiv law for other matt-ri F ir the purchase of nautical instruments

    'totaid StHifor the jiurpo-c of CfllttJ hug oiaie Ci>mo.us.iuiier 01 1'aMic Lluthsiid i ole token, \ vice, vsctij>, or other evidence For salary i>f the srcn'triry of legation to as, and fur the iiiu portalioii thereof six required for the ne of the ; for repairs
    the : for the erection of .li land bo txlt'ctid bhalJ, aiu-r such China five thousand Lundretl iho'isand d.-Hars.! navy
    public bu'.ldistg- lilh" of debt to bc\scd\ as a currency. j acting as tittepreter, J of the same nnd a'so of astronomical instru-

    others! nt the seat hf government under the with IOU ii-jjuier, belong to the scluul] lund( ( Sec. 10. Ad be it failler: enacted. That j (1(1111! us. For the purchase of Letiip iioi I other material I meats ; and fir the purchase nanticnl books,

    direction of the Irgi&Liture thentif. Fourth, ol baia county m ill teuptcts the sau.e as sari of the m s.iid corporation For salary of lie cii'lary cf legliiin to for the navy, three Lundrvd tLon and, |
    cj jsu-atairs ; m.i >?, and chaif', and fur bucking and binding
    That all tnlt springs witlii: : snid Stale, not oilier schoil J..uOs ; anu tji fiactioii of tit\u.I shal! b" held IthUin, ins individu.-1 I c.ipacity, t Turkey acting as t'ragmiwu, three thousand! iohIa! ra. i tie! [ five thousand dollars.
    ra'tetwcrity
    eicei-ding twelve in nu-tdier with six sections M'ciiau tinny six niiiaiui.,g her eu: isfting; for iI! the dI t and 1 liai.ihties of said! cot or.Ton t'ohoi; a.Ior Fur the repair, rrtRament, and rqcipnient For >riMinj! Mid publishing snilirg! direc

    of land ailj-'iuing' or as e.tttigttncs as n ayI toe leims wi bau lieaM uiiJ after taiJ ii e- howfvi'loontra-'led$ or incurred ('' berecoveied contingent expenses of all the rriiisior.s of vessel, one million (!r>Ilars : 1'iou.lt-d, ; hydroirapliieii; and a tronornicrvl -

    to each sli.-ill be to sid fclie f-.r impli.nsaa im-iiliuiu m tile abroad thiiusam! dollars. Tliat ti.a'.i thousand dollars I ( surveys
    >O granted >: fureguii.g JNCamoie by stj, ns other debts or lialiilities: fifty not more one observations, in addition to the balance

    its use, the sam to e >cerletI: l by the gin.ernor bliah ha tui.jfct IQ preemption, j.uUi.: before any con. of competent jurisdiction.Protided For con'ingent: exp-nses of foreign inter si.ll! be expended in any n.ivy yard in the | on; hand, seven thousand dollar

    taere.if w iihi'i ore year alter tiie admis- sale, or private tuny, tuo 6aiue oliu.rlaliclo. iniIIj howevr. That nothing herein cont.iincd course, sisl3 thousand dollars. j repair of any esl until (the ;m-cesMly of gm hn For continuing the publication of tii series

    eion of sr.i I State, *nd when so selected!, lobe shall be construetl as to render said For expenses of iiiterco r>o with the H.irbuv pair and the probalde! cost thereof! ia aseertoincd of Vid i and Cnrient Chartand for defray

    used or disposed of on such term*, conditions Approved, February 26, 165'J.CUAP. corpointors in s.-\] corporation iiulividu.illy I poweis. two thousand dollar by tho! report of a bo rd of nut lees ing all expenses connected therewith, fifteen

    1 and regulations as the legislature shall lisil.le for any del or i.-ibui.'v rontraclcd in For the! lelii-f and protection if American hair thiee iHcers ol the nry. thousand dollars'

    direct : Provided, Tli.-.t no salt spring; or land, LX.-%An MtioLii&1 Act to Mt.ut.u1zt incorporate the Washington the name, or beMf of, the Washington National I seamen in foreign countries, one Imndied and For oidnatire and ordnance stores and For model.!*, drawings, and copying ; for

    the right whereol i is iow vestetl in individual uvitv. fifty thousand dnllars. small arms, including incidental: ,
    : any Be it eiiactcu by iLw&enate aid House of Mnninneiit><>ci. ty at any lime prior to j expenses p"Rtsige, ft eight, nnd t'i spo-t: ; for keepiiirririouiids -
    individuals! which be hereafter width be incarrt-il inaciitiowedging tire hundred three lliou-and do-!
    or For
    : or nny the twc'itioth dayif October thousand expenses may: site sixty j
    llepiesei.Uiijveioi the United Mates of America one ) ; in order ; for tml I at d lightsai.dfor
    : confirmed or adjudsf-d I to any individual hundred ; [ (the si'ivices of the masJetu; lars. |
    "in Congress' semUed '1 hat eight andf.lty eiglt.Appioved : all other contii jt-iit expenses ; nn! for the
    ,
    for the
    or individuals, fchaJl! by this artic'o be granted of comj.lelii.g the Ftbrtiry 20. 1859. and crews of foreign vessels in ru'seui.-g citizens For contingent( expenses that nny accrue j of personscmloytd ft. the United
    erection
    |
    to said State. Fifth. That five per centumitf purpobe tune in of the Unit d Stales from idipwircb! for the following purposes, viz : freght and j jtransportation wages Naval
    of "a national States b.eivatory nnd Ily lrographi-
    the n *t proceeds of sales of nil public lands I pioiei.sf the ol great tt monument to ('CA!'. LXIV.-.An At. to nnx>nil on Act entitled ten thousand dollars, to b? expended under piii.tingand stationery, adrcr | eat Office, viz : one instmiii-nt: mnktr, two

    I lying \vilhia said State which hall !lie sold | the iiKMiioiy federal M&hingt.ii" at the seat of An Act authitriziit Rrrmvinrnl for Land crraIttiUf.ly the direction of the President of the United tisiny in newspaper, books, m'ps, models, j watchmen, and one six thousand dollars.

    porter
    by Congress after the admisinn of said State j government, WjufiVId Scott, old I V thelTlitil Stn'rl'." States. out ilrawi-ia1, purchase out! repair of fire j
    \Val.er Joneb, John J. .
    into the Union, after deducting all th expen I IEPS Tliomas Peter Abert Force, James Kearnev, | Be it enacted l.y he Senate ansi House of For the pjrclnse of blank books, stalione- j engines and! machinery; rep tins of and attending J For the erection end repairs of buiMings,

    incident to the Siine, t-hal! be topsi.l I Lareery Vt'iliiam! A. | RepiesentxlivcsnflluUnitcd States of America the Unite-! States seaU !
    paid of
    it. I rv, arms ( presses j to stcsin( engines in navy yards, purchase i innd improvement and preservation of the grounds
    endall \
    Uritiiley I'bi.ip
    \ alter
    State, for the' purpose of making public! roads j Lenox, j in Congress asFenbled, That the act of flags, and for the p.\iment of postages and i imiscillaneona inr.iiitciuiico of horses aiiii oxen, anti I and
    %latttie %. 1. and for contiiigenries at the Untied Slates
    and internal itt upi ot.tltelttS. as the legisla'ure I the niauiy Thomas ULgdm i Congress, auititurii.! iepayrre':t for I Itnds expenses of the consuls of the i driving teams, cr.rts, timber wheels, and the I J Jpur Naval Academy, filly thousand dollars.
    (oe.ng buivivors ot| the
    shall urect : PioviJed That the foregoing I.e certain peisons mc.ii.iied 'j erronco'isly s-old by he United States' approved j United State Imty (liiousnnil doil.-ns. j !iae and repairs of wo: !;meli's tool, j jptst.ige For completing seven screw sloops and one

    projiositioiiF, bereinbefore o.Tfre), are on the ', u giant bearing u.ite on the Iwtl.th January twelfth, eighteen hundred an 1 !I For olfii-e rei't ton tin se consnN general, of public Icttira, fuel, oil, and c.mtlles j s-idc-wlietl authorised twelfth
    of the ek ant r by act
    April in ,
    condition lh.it the people of Oregon chal! d.iy year ono thousand eight I five lie, and th is I and l wLo for and shore of
    bui.died and Polk Withy s.ime hereby amended Con ul =, ct'inmerci.- agen's' me not j n.ivy yards tation, pay j June, COZis-Cui! hundred ui.d filty eight, six

    i>roviil liv nn nrdln.inrtv iripvoralJi* without i itho then 1'retideiit lolly-eight ot the said, by United James K. so as to authorizt the Sorret.vy of the allowed lo tnide. including I liuss bv exchange watchmen and ;incidental! labor not car -cable i ito hutulrt tl an.l sevif\- l..nr thousand dol la IP.Sec. .

    ; consent of the United States, that said \ ,? of a joint it-s-jJu.ion States, iniitu Intel jut, upon proof b?ng nnde lo his satisfaction thereon, viz : for ofiice rent, twenty two thoa- an)' other appropriation; ; transportation t 2. And l.e il fuither enacted, That the
    of
    s ale shall never interfere, \ ith the pricnnry ) Congiess, ap that any tract :
    i-viosiil of the soil \iilin: : ti-e same by the proved on nit thirty liiit day ol Januaiy 1.1 j iicoiulr sold by the Uiited, Statrs, so that For snl.iiy of miuNtcr re.-ident at J -pan, :ind stores n.'i-fuitigii tlaioi: \vhi.;; (age, of ihf Navy.Ar.ddatctl Jauiua'rthin teestib,

    it *-\d States, or with any rrguLtiom Con- j i monumeiit itie baltic year to (, ot an iiUIiji| ity. to'elect a I I Iron, any cnns* whatever, the sale cannot l he I from the nineteenth day of Jatiiiary; ; eighteen uockage, and rent, travelling expenses of eighteen hundred nnd fifty-nine, be, and the
    Lie
    of
    'i2Y find necessary fur securing the menioiy ( .eoigcVas h- | eonJirm-od. to repay lo tie purchaser or pnr. hundred and fifty nine, tn the tliiitieth nf June ollicets and others under orders, functal ex- is hereby coitfi-meef.
    ,
    Ii grcsi le in slr\il.; It) bj.t Iide purchiseis there! !i ingt.in, on ic.seiv.li ol General Order.Cl
    .
    eii.d
    of and tIui' 19 flub .ttI1 tinuproptLrorz city \\ashiiigtonj) and, also, Jonathan .igtit'es of the purch.-tsornr pnrrhas thereof live I'u'lais.' and pay of clerks tn navy agents and, store,'

    ; IeTiI"1 Iuuht.r tiutut rudetts.SEtIu .- i H. U. Smith) \liilianiV. JSentoii, LlislnI the Finn; or sums of tiolit'uuhiieh mavlavc For sal.lrr nfiiiini ler n' Went at Japan, keeper, (flag, awning', and packing boxes, >i'f engine rs of more than twelve years

    ? f-j.l State; shall never I Wbittlefcey, iieiijamiu Oglu Tatloe, Tli .in.is : been paid tliTcfor out of and other of recruiting, I will rank with commanders.
    And that I. I any money seven thousand five hundred dolla s. l'tiUitlt expenses
    ii. Liawioid UiUumV.
    of the United Corcoran, and in Chief engineers of less than twelve ,
    tax the lands 1110pr.ejtoi lv thetn-asuty not other :5p nJsprnpt iatitl. appiehending (lead ters, per diem pty tt' persons years
    or Can ell Ureiit and For salaries of consuls general at Quebec
    John, their ;
    j with lirutenau! .
    States ro'sdett. Iuuvcver, that successors loi Sec. 2. And be it furtf r enacted, Tltat, atteiuliug eonets jiti hat, court of inquiry

    % 'in ti siil St.tte : iY' hervtut grtutttd to i be elected in tie inaiinei lieu tiiiajr( tiirectid, whenv.r any tract of ian has been enoneonsly Calcutta, Alexandti.i, Havnna, Constantino- and other services authorized I by law, payto First assistant engineers, next after lieutennt -

    cat.e zinc of the i shall be, aiiil [iiit.j are hi-rel.y, creatvd pie, Frankfmt oi-tlie-Main; ; consu's! at Liverpool .
    lierettuliuret a | sold aforesaid advocate and
    the State ,f its anl the sum or sums judges pilotage towage of
    t: conthme.I tat' the Teriit. ut ()signti fir tIit corporation, and' body politic, liy the i.amc j of money which may have been paid for t1 e London, .Meibmirne, Hong !\onf, vessel*, and assistance/( vessel* in tlistiefs, Second assistant! engineers next after master
    land s' le of l J tie Ua&hington National I shall! Glasgow; : Maiuitiu-i" Singapore; Bel'asf, Cotk, *.
    - \ same, li.ivr been invctted in any storks and bilk of health and quarantine expenses o.

    couttirnuid purpo&es IM stst cified II he ii du: tIii tram th qutilis yfpecithI 1 Monunieii: Society." | hfld!: ii I tiiKl, or slnll h.irf: I Jet-n paid'into tie! Dundee, Demarara, IlaiiTax, Kingston, (Jo.tnsic vessels of the United States navy in foreign Third assistant engineers, w itti midshipmen.Commanding .
    And Tt Leeds, M'ncbeter, Nassau, (New I
    j Sec. 2. le fuither enacted :; ) nn I execit": otliceis of
    Hint
    in this j treasury of the United States to thp credit of Pill(a, tight hundred and r.ii-ly: six ix! >;>'amliniarB
    art.E Il QeCI That I the ea>eme"t, and all, and siiagulir iicii | PrnidenctSu'u.tliant1tott) TinK's Mind, whatever gad.' will take precedence over nil
    t.5.Atiu I Iso it fut :) tthtsI :; i any tmst fund, it shall be lawful by the s-do ofI : Providi-d, That te expeinUiuesnt :

    until Cotgrt.ts sintil ,\\wi>edirrfl.! the' "'* j I a d piivihges, c liVe; ed i.i the aht&s.id I such put itiiin r.f the sai I jtocis as may be iec- PiinceEdwanl'a I it :ind, ilavre1'trs, Mirsles er the! foregoing appropriai'mi* fiM] 1 1o he engineer ollice s.
    otut ; I Bordeaux Li IN-ch-He. Lro.-s M
    Hue of the Territ.irv ofoT811''? 'ut', ail *hiv the ci! pure This ordi-r confer nn authority lo exercise

    is hereby n"1 ln"Je a Pal1 I Icil in, nnd cOi.fnned to. the coronation and i ( for repayment of the f.ircliase money ()u 'Sa, llevil I, Saint IVtersluig'.i, M.ranza.o nienis by each! bureau, under each icsjectivei mi it'iiy command ami no additional ligl.t toqn.iiicis.
    incorp.rat-| III; Tiini.lad de Cuit,,. Santntro i'e Cub.i.Su .
    of the Territory 1gOL body politic lie!C iiihefure- creatt-d ; and that I to be ma-e to the parties ei>itlrd tit eto. i appropriation. .
    of %Vtj J Porto Ili.-o,) C.-uiiz, M lag:', Poure,
    anj- and idl piojieriy mid light iij| properly tif j Approved, Febiua 29, 1S59.CIMP. nan. ( Fin tl.e liliYiactlt; of the charfcr, parchaypt
    Approved Feb. 14, la5 'r'any and every kind and de .c ijttiou \vh.tso- (P.'iti> Uicn.) Trieste, Vienna, Aix I.i ('enp.! t of vessels for the Paraguay Kxpetiitioji! fart ISAAC TOUCHY.fcVcrt .

    RHef of tliec MLiIe I ever, whether in pos csbion, or in acti-ni, or LXV.-An Aft civh-.s the! A!wnt of-Con- elle, C'iiii'on, Shaiighai, Fmichou, .%rt.nv, | tulle months, two bt::;ire,l and -igify! nine toni ol the Navy.

    Citir. XXXY.-An Actth i j I incxpectancT, which may at any time betureJ pros I., a I.iw nf lite Mis-Mturi !..'gitLsture fir the \i i 'gp.*. Beiru, Sinvrmi, Jerusalem. Ilitttcr- i thousand t!h> lars : Piovided, Timt if the raid Navy Dopnilmenf, January 13, 1859."

    tout Qht ncir..d: iuta '' Ilituce ofj J the pasting ol this act have been arqnired bv i A 1'uii1ofzdd|lPittihttt! ..f lie. rest-ricd two per cent. I<.tt,,l j it.imnisteid.ini., Antwe-p. lunrhal, Ujvirto, | \vs.siU filial! not l lie' purclir.s-! tin more sidl! Sec. II. Ai.d be it luitl.rrei.iirNd, That the
    Be it ,-nactedRepresentatives liv State.j i Saint Tli'imas, lll.-ineu (J Dal-e. (Jenev.i
    ,
    i iii I nina -
    the! tissot-iatinn
    heietofoie sixtb section ol the of
    voluntaiy Kimun act mtteuih
    Ssati'sot j i.e used of the tutu her in appropriate( !, than Januaty,
    Atuer
    _ of the Uniica ; the of the % j Be i it enacted bv the Sen.iie and House of | MeSsiua! Nij l.-s. i'sht.nznts l Ieiii.ie; i Muiiich i li-I.tttn Luidaii M.d
    'i'btt heua tie by name Valiitgtuu, National i may be necessary tn pay for the chatter ols.iitl fi.ls, -ven;, ( Milled
    in Congress ststtnb1eJ' Representatives United States of Amoric.i < Lehoi n, i'ct itt igardt, l hit um, n. Ham-
    >
    : i
    MonnniMit ,
    1 i Society, or which may heieafier ve's. Is, at the- rate agreed for sncli 4An act to air.iid an art lt) pront>ti* (the
    I on.
    lptt Stttt0 of lit Its:' act approved on | l Ite the! in Congress assembled, That the assent j lurir, Tangier*, '1'- ip ili Tunis. IlJ, K J.imi-i f the shall
    acquired by Corporation| and bmly oli time as they !lemplnynby! the I efficiency <> tinS) hesncoi.stiutdas
    hun j may -
    LI 1' Jb'?' ;; of ( on e,.s IK and (tlie same is i hereby, jiven l\Miiambuc Ver.-i Cruz Call gocniient
    (% 'cnty eighth f % I no. Acapulco, :; *
    | tic hereinbefore created, bhall! IK, and the ojlhe United States..Marine lit include < dicer* sehi'| nt the time they were
    lrtd Jiuuu.I btte itt to the art of the of i he State of Huenos S Juan dt-I Stir
    r t ( tto. legislature I Valparaiso, AyreS, n ,
    ot Dtc.euuilue same hereby are, vested in, and continued Corp -Foi p.ny of officers, rr>ncnininisfciocHl j diopprd or pl c' d on lie lesened list. bad
    .Miss-ouri
    "
    11% its act ltiporcJ tilt 1Trst the entith'd All ret supplemental! to As[>inwitll, P.inama, La nayra, llnnoliitn, lieen din '
    Ii and tl
    ansfi j ) corpoiati.irt hotly |Klitic lieu itib-- ; ; fticeis, intisiciiii*, ptir-ite j _tea tir.m ('Ut) or ivu.ovrd from
    I i licndrtd r tu. an act to amend '.ttu act to the LaliMina ItilLsn'I! l I 1 mils Venice
    eighteen aud Bftjl. secure com Capetown > -
    fire created and that the said : coniinand (lor it's flick
    Old Company the ; corona i mj c'trks, messtngerp, stev.-anls! and ft-iv.tit*, I supposed nry or ur.fit-
    ( the Mohi. i pJetios ofreitai.'i railroads? in this State and I I
    ll.itavh F.-i\al
    nnd
    Oiik> fixiir SMlin.Ciindia, Cyprus; ,
    _- -J---T td s-iid States j aid bodj p'.liiic m.iy apply to its ues, and fo' radons nuid elsbiuig for servant, sdiliiinnI ness, iso tu l.o. have since been --tored to theori'ut
    It linds winch: ci'e $. t ol un- f.ir the putpose of completing tln-.eri'ction of j for other pu> poses approved on the ninei ; I j Santiago (Cape de Ver.e! *,) Saint Croix, I rations for five Vtar>' smice, it r' un'rluvn list, m.d fcui.oCi.! shall receive the
    Ctingr. s i
    9 V! dcr tie ap- teentli day of November. hundred Atiien Zanzibar Hahi.-i Maianhani
    prnvisioniprov eigel -en Spczrii, ', ; ,
    ten.l | the monument alWes.ii.i, according to turli i clothiiig and rat listS, bnunties for nenliti pay il.ej weie receiving lefptctntly when
    ghteeni
    ) IJ (Hl the twentieth $ i I and fifty rrvrn, appropiUtiti; the two per Inland, Para, Rio Grande. Mfltamor.is. Mexi
    by laws, rule, and regulations it hundred weie so drlacheJ rn-n.oied, to the
    the roiistiuclion as may, i ments, four ; and eight ttmu- ti.t-y uj.
    i p IiuiM'r-Hl and fifty, to nil il i : i I j centum of the net proceeds of sale of public co, (city.) Tampieo, Paso del N',Tabasco, twenty
    the mouth) of dif from lime to time, hereafter, make and or | sand nine i hundred and tLiity Stvin dollars tel iiiiinatioii of their ciuise when sn drUcht-d,
    _ Ill of! a .ailr >ad fr.iin ..M.il.iL '5" dain lands in said State, reserved by existing: laws Piitta, Tumbez, T lcahuann, Caithagi-na,
    aid
    and the
    all of deducting bnviother
    and ina
    j any and any | ay
    ty.
    rs of F.-iid land Jtropeu any every i lliiily reirs.j _) -
    - 111 Oino U vT, the said 111isf kind, aid desniptiou whatsoever, which is to IK expended under the direction oi Conj SHbaiiillo, Oiho.i, Guxyxquil, Co!>ija, .Monle- j For thousand \\lfV rt-c iteil during the lime nf..iesaid, and
    tChtR ly, to said provisions, seventy one seven
    _ to made said but hereby relinquished to that State video Tahiti ofI-lrjtls l
    by Slates j gross ; flay : Api.i.Lanlh.ila ; that this shall extend
    said to
    rttihed. and ; no\v npiei t.'uiiuixug to tnonumcist, or which I htimlred, anti fifty nine dollars. any nflierrjwho has
    .I company, me hereby ,,/cngtllzttI.. the and i and that the proper accounting officers of the coniinereinl agent a' San Juan tht! 1 N .rle, been; tranbleried liom flu,- Jut!
    to nil t.iuui io corporation body politic hereby crea- For clothing, seventy; thiee thousand tight ungh list to the
    '
    It I continued, and ti.c V" purI government; ate hereby authorized and required Port an Piitice, San Domi-igr (city,) St. Paul j
    lea of
    i ich "I ted may beieafter acquire, by purchase, gift, hundred and titty six tlojlarr. e al'sem-e lUi by the PiesiJent, wiih
    a-e- aUroher.by -
    11 eisof said COL-l tue .V lwi itutteti l confirmed Mid or other lawful means In audit and piy the accounts for the same, dt Loaiul.i, (Angols,) .Monrovia! Gaboon, \ For fuel, ivnly two thousand three linndrcd i the advice said consent ol the Senate. That

    i1 ; and ii'vss| for tii completion bv of said ;i Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, 'I hat it as in the case of the three per centum land Gape Ilaytien, Aux Cays, and Annur River, : and forty two di>lars! and tuonty five i such on ceis ol the navy as were dropped
    ; fund of said Slate.
    act of ConL't two huii'lred and thuitttivs thoi.sond tiollij.FI .
    thall be ft..m the ser\ire the jtct'nn of the
    extcuded auni the said competent for the per&ons heicinb i cents.i I by hate
    t 1creiuv company j
    railroad*is allowed' further time lid the twentieth i ior fore named and desciibed as constituting he j Approved, February28._____ 1859. : r interpreters to ihee insulntes in China, For military scores, viz : pay of armorers, Naval [Retiring Board," and who have been
    }* four thousand five hundred di liars.
    4 / Acplcmber, in the year eighteen hundred ; corporation and body jiolitic hereby ciente:!, I repair of arms, purchase of accoutrements, subsequently i eIt,;vii to theM-I vice n'.id placed

    and fcixly five, to cotnjittJthe >:ine, any thing i iii ami: tltcir surct'ioi, to renur.v, by a vote of j CHAP. LXVI1I, Rogi-try.-An and Act Licn to antWze of -rtain the Enn.llnienf StentnIxiat -- For compensation of the commissioner, |I ordnance stores, flags, drums, fifes, end other upon tie lu- lougl." or leave pay" list, shall

    ;) s>il act to the contrary nntukhstatuiiiig ; j jPrcvided lour filths of the said j>ersi>iis, any of their i or YWg.-U. nwned liy the Buffalo aud Lake secretary, chief astronomer ami su veyor, I instruments'twclie thousurd dollars. lie ah1.ve luilongJi py if j laced upon| the

    neverth less, T.mt the said Mobile\ j number ; and the |iersoii so removed shall no I Huron Unilrtmd Coiujutny.Be assistant astronomer atiti surveyor, the,k, ttueJ: I For transportation of officers and troops. fin lough list, and leave pay if placed upon

    and Ohio R.iln.ad! Comp.vy bo tul-jected! to, j longer bf a member of said corporation and it enarted by the Senate and House of fur protuiona, trjin-portatiofig, and contingenc'es ( J and expenses of recruiting, f.urtcen thousand the le.tve lii', for and during the tine they

    and shall comply with all tie conditions, rev| !Itotly politic, nor have any authority theiein : Repiesent lives tithe United States of Arm rira of the commU-ion to run and mark the I dollars. were diopped, deducting nny pay which

    etrictionr, and limitations contained in the act } Provided, That for ntly other act within: the in Congress aswmbl f. That certificates boundary line between the United States and For repairs of barracks, and rent of offices they otrtSPv. i c-rectivcd during the time afo-sa

    of Congress above referred lo, approved the i legitimate objects of this corporation n quorum of cnrollmmt, register or license, shall issue I the British posses-ions liounding on Washington wheic there are no public Luiluings for that said.

    twentieth September, ighteeu hundred and I of live shall be sufficient for the transaction for nny American; built steamboat or s'eam- Territory, one hundred and fifty thousand purpose, right thousand dollars. APPHOVEO, Month 3, 1859.

    fifty ; And provided, That nothing herein of business : Provided, That notice of boats, vessel vessel-., now owned, or which dollars. For contingencies, viz : freight, ferrage, -

    containei! shall!! be construed so as to release all meetings, which may not be provided for shall hereafter be owned, by the Buffalo and For compen ation and per diem of the toll, cartage, whaifage, compensation toj A melt'ng serni.)ii U-ing preached in a

    the States of Mississippi or AliSamn from in the by laws and otdinr.nccs or the corj>oration Lake Huron Railway Company a corpora commissioner compensation of the surveyor, !j judge advocate, per diem for attending courts I counliy rlniirb, all fel 1 lo weeping Lot one

    any liability imposed ujmn them by the said shall lie given to all members thereof lion created under and by virtue of the laws and for the payment of all expenses of the '{ martial, courts of inquiry, and for.constant I tnt;; w-ho being a ked why be did not weep

    net September twentietli, tfjjhteeu huudrtrd j residing within the District ol Columbia.Sec. of the Stale of New York, in th name of Csflt'iSSiO* under ih* reciprorjty treaty with j labor, house rent in lieu of quarters, burial of I with! the re A, replied, OI 1 belong to another

    ocd Cffy. i 4. And be it further enacted That said company, on the president or secretary Great Britain, twenty three thousond dollars. deceased marine, printing, stationery, postage '

    Approved, February 18, '1S.59. when any vacancy shall happen in the said of said company, taking the oath required by To enable the President of the United telegraphing appn-heorion of resellers, parish. -

    corporation and l*>dy politic, fiom death or the lonrlh section of the act entitled An act States to carry into effect that act of Cot oil, candles, gas, forage, straw, furniture, bed The Jioem uer w.i. made boot for die

    CHAP. LVIIL-An let to utl>oiit, fVttlrrs rponrt resignation, or otherwise, the remaining mom. lo authorize the register, or enrolment and gress of third March, eighteen hundred and sacks, epades, shovels, axes, picks, carpenter. foot ofa ladder, in second coavi ba the htter -

    : r.lh nJ tLirty-cix[ ]8ctloni v Lo cctUei bcrs thereof shall elect end appoint a succes I i>cn










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