The Floridian & journal
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00365
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00365
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

Full Text


: : ------ -- -- --- --- --- ----- -- --
A -
--- -

I [ /t 1r ibian anb unaL S


-- -- = :: ---

I 1!:: -r :EI.. .A. .


I flyjas&pyKRTALLAllASSEEFLAULY3,1859eV0LXTNO.31.: :

--- -
-- -
--- -------- ---
- ---
-- -- -
THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. th'i instalments ;goods: per fourth iticl<* i t i-rJ- ; ictrE'a;; twenty second Febnary, r'j tern hundred and fifty six, '::thousand I six I August, eighteen hundred and five two bun i For second of ten instalments for arming j :
treaty fourth "OcMier.eighteen hundred and eighteen hundred and fifty fire, two thousand hundred and eighty dollars.! I tired and fifty dollar .I utensils and stork, daring the pleasure! of the
BY AUTHORITY. I forty two, and eighth article Irf'l')' thiiliethSeptember I one hundred and twenty dollars.. I' For the third of seven addition! instal j i For permanent annuity: in goods or other- President, per fonith article trc* j h".of y
eighteen! hundred and fIfty four, Chippcwasof Saginaw Swan Creek, and meats for iron and steel for shops, per thirteenth i wise, per third and separate article to treaty I fourth September, eighteen IJtdre and fifty -S
a LAWS OF THE UNITED[ STATES. seven thousand! dollars. Black Uiver.-For loaitli of five equal annual article treaty twenty fourth March, i thirlieh Septemner, eighteen hundred and I seven, one thousand two dhllars.
S For two thirds of eighteenth nf twenty I j instalments for educational purposes, uneler eighteen hundred and thirty two, and fifth nine, three hundred and fifty dollars.Ncsqually Pottawatomies.-For permanent annuity
Our. LX\'L-\u m"k'.i./: Aj.propr'nition, : tor | five instalments, for the support of schools, I the direction of the President, per s.comidarticle I artic'e treaty seventh Augnst eighteen hundradand I Puyallup, and other Tribes | in silver, per fourth article treaty thin! August
the current a u.1 continent!. ixpen4e.4; oftlic IndiAnn..partUJnt. per fourth article! treaty fouilli October, I of the treaty of second August t. eigli- fifty six,, five hundred and forty dollars. I and Hands of Indians.-For fifth instalment, i seventeen hundred and ninety five, on.i" S
with| ,'ari"I'. tn'.itn n-I! (: .r Trii full Jiu-!*. ;for;Treaty th War xij! >ulat-eaJiaj i eighteen hundred and forty two, and eigih; teen hundred and fifty five, four thousanddollars. I For twenty ninth of thirty three instalmentsfor irr part payment for relinquishment of title to I thousand For dollars. S
Jim- thirtieth) fi litfcn:; 'liunJreJ an.I! tixty.lie S article treaty thirtieth Se-jitember, eighteen education per fourth article treaty fourth I lands to pc appled to beneficial objects, per I permanent annuity in silver, per third
l; it ('enartr.l l.\. (lit* Smlte aid House of { hundred and! fifty four, one thousand: three For fourth of five equal 1 annual instalments January, eighteen hundred and forty five, and !| fourth article treaty twenty sixth December, I article treaty thirtieth Septembr. eighteen-
R 'pr.wifilivo of t.i:; in Congress assornble'd That the! ollowhig! three rent. tool, house-hold furniture and building mat"- and fifty six, three thousand dollars. |I dollars. ;i permanent annuity in per tint
sums l lrC, and! thy are hereby, appropriitcd; !j I For two thirds of eighteenth of twenty! I rials, cattle, labor, and necessary useful articles For sixteenth of twenty instalm-nts for i I For fifth of twenty instalments for pay ofinStructor article treaty second October, eighteen un.
out of any M*'u-y in the treasury not otwr.! ;1 five instalment! for the pay of two farmers, I per second article of tho treay of second i iI education per fourth article treaty fourth I smith, physician! carpenter, farmer dred dred and eighteen, two thousand five hun
wise approj.,ii tt.1t l, for the purpo"ie of paying j per fourth iirticla treaty, fourth: October, I .August eighteen hur.daed and fifty five, I II January, eighteen hundred and forty five, and assistant if necessary, per tenth I dolar
the" current a-.l: contingent expenses of the I (eighteen hundred and forty two, and e-igth I (ten thousand dollar I II and fifth article treaty seventh .August eighteen | article treaty twenty sixth December, eighteen ond permanent annuity in money, j.or sec
Indian departm: '!it and fulfilling troaty stijiulitioiis ;t article treaty thirtieth StpttlJl'r. eighteen I II For lou..tim lalmente for the support '.f hundred :and fifty six, three thousand hundred and fifty four six thousandseven I, article treaty twentieth September eighteen .
with die various Indian iribrs. S hundred. and filty four Eix and sixty I lone blacksmith shop for ten "ears, j per second I I' dollars. :, hundred dollars. I I ( hundred. and twenty eight, two thousand'dollars.
For the canvnt and contingent exjienses ,| six dollars and sixty seven cents. I article' ol$ the treaty of second August, For five per con(urn interest on two hundred Om'lhas.-FIr the scond of ten instal- .
ot tli. Indian: department vi;?:- I For two tnirdo of eighteenth of twehtyi eighteen hundred and fifty frt twelve hundred thousand dollars for purposes of education I i ment or this amount, being second of the For permanent annuity in speck, per sec
For the pay of fcujvrintend.-r.ts of Indian' ;i five instalments for the purchase ol provis I and forty' dollars. ( per sixth article treaty seventh August, ., series, in money or othewise, per fourth ar- I' ond article treaty twenty ninth July, eigh. S
affairs and ol tae: several 'Indian: agents: |>er j" inns, and lobicco, per fouit'i' articla tre.ity Chippewa,, Menotnonees; Winneb-igoes, eighteen' and i fif'y six. ten thousand dollars. I|i tide treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hundred sand teen hundred and twenty, nine, sixteen thou." S
acts of fifth June, eighteen! hundred and tiny j fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty 1 and New York I ludims.-For education during Delaxvares-For limo annuity to chief, per I I and fifty four, thirty thousand collars. I dol.us .
twenty eighth September cightee-ii hundred i i lw( and eighth article treaty tliiitieth Sep- the pleasure' of Congress per fifth! arli private article to supplemental treaty twenty For fifth of ten instalments' for support of I annuity.(to cMef! per third article S
and fifty, twenty seventh IVt.ruary: eighteen I I tember, eighteen hundred :1." fifty four, one cle treaty eleventh August. eighteen hundred fourth September, eighteen hundred and I I a miller, per eighth article treaty sixteenth of I treaty twentieth eighteen hundred
hundred and liLy: one: third March, eighteen j| thousand three hundred and thirty.three. d..I- and twenty seven, one thousand five hundred I twenty ni.icto: treaty of third October, March, eighteen hundred and fifty four six I and thirty two, two hundred dollars.
For life
hundred and fifty two. third March, eighteen j I Itrs and thirty thr- c cent dollars. teen hundred and eighteen, one hundred eigh-I! hundred dolar. ) I annuity to chiefs, per third article

hundred and! fifty throe- thirty fiM July, eighteen ; I i 101 fifth of twenty instalments! in erie, ksaws.-For permanent annuity in 1r! For rn instalments for support ofblacksmith I dred treaty end twenty sixth September, eighteen hun.
hundr a.id lifty {our, thirl Marcheigh: ; I goods, hlUSl'hoL furniture and cooking I goods per vet of twenty fifth Fehuar. cev- I For interest on forty six thousand: and and assistant nnd iron and steel Jars. thirty, three, seven hundred dol. S .
teen hundred: ni.I: fifty live, eighteenth! Vu I Igust ut -ii.-iis, agricultural implements and cattle, un'ccn hundred and ninety. nn \ thou eighty dollars, at five per centum, being the I for shop per eighth article treaty sixteenth I I Sl'or
eighteen buiulr el and fifiy ..ix. i.irdS ctrteIteis'| ) nlt) otlivr tools and building mai : band dollas.Cliickasaxv. I valit of thirty six sections of land set apart March, eighteen hundred and fifty four, nine education during the (pleasure of Con- I
!March, eighteen hundred and firty seven. .Mid j i tends anti' for nienal and educational pur- I IncolptCnfe.-Fu arrears 'by treaty of eighteen hundred and twenty I hundred! dollars.: I' gross, per third! : treaty sixteenth October I

twelfth June, eighteen. hurubedaiidfifty! e-L'ht, S poI?, jicr fouith article treaty tl.iiticth, Si-j' \ of iterest due : fl eighteen hunted nine for education, per resolution of the Sen- I For. support of farmer, per t-sglilh article I eighteen hundred and twenty six, second
eighty seven thoa: :anl Lrn l-uudiexlanJ lifty li-mber, eighteen hundred and fifty for, und fifty nine, on five per cnt bonlfs the ate nineteenth! January, eighteen hundred and treaty sfxtecuth March! eighteen hundredand article treaty twentieth September eighteen
dollars. j I nineteen thousand do'larf. I State of Indi ma, held i'l trust for limo Chick. thiity eight, and fifth article treaty sixth May, fifty four, six hundred dollars.! ; hundred and twenty eight, and fourth article i
For the jiav of tIll'"t'r per act of thirty first ink, eighteen! )hundred I clods:! *, n..ts, gun;. ammunition, and sci I Interior, three hundred and fifty dollars. throe. Lundred and four dollars. mil provided for by the eighth article of the /1 dred and thirty two five 'housond dollars.
and fifty four, ton thousand five Lundrol dollars. other articles of necessity as they iiiay I. Chocklaws.-For permanent annuity, per For sixth of eight insta'ments for treaty of sixteenth March, eighteen hundred Fnr permanent provision for the payment
(loire to the ibis Foile bind, per a"I I I second article treaty sixteenth November, payment office chiefs ,equal per i>i.th arlicle treaty and fifty four, five hundred dollars. I t of money, in lieu of tobacco, iron, and,steel, :;
For the |viy of clerk to. EajxrintenJent :t aiticle treaty thirtieth! September eighteen eighteen hundred and; five, and thirteenthart'de sixth May, eighteen hulidrcJ: and fifty four, For snppljing the smith's shop wi'h! tools per second ailicle treaty twentieth Septem. *
:or. Louis, Missouri, JKT art of twenty seveath hundred auJ fin., four, two tlonsnt dollars. !- treaty twenty second June, eighteen one thousand tvro hu.idred and fifty dollars. and keeping tho same in rspair: per eigth article I b r. eighteen hundred and twenty tight, andtenth 1 i
June, eighteen lundred! and fnitv sir, hundred ant fifty five, three hoasand dol!- lo'v.s-For interest in lieu of investment "of the treaty of sixteenth March, eighteen article June of the treaty of the firth and seventeen S (
one thousand; tvn IiumlreJ! dollars For rfifdi of twenty! instalrnwfs for six lars. on fifty thousand five hundred dollarsto ( hundred and fifty four three hundred eighteen hundred and fortysix
For the pay of cleik to snj>l'rintc.-nJMlt in I sniiili an I assUrcnts! per second and fifth I For bcrmanttU annuity for uppo.t of I the seven : dollars. .I three hundred dollars. _
first hundred and
California. of third 3Iare-h! ... article thirtieth 'mea, thirteenth July, eighteen sixty, For dvlI I I Foa permanent provision for three
pe r :ict fighti uhundnd ; treaty September, eighteenImumidreti hot per article trcajv eigh-I at five per centum, for education or other an assistant miller, thiee hundred btck
and till} two, o:is* thousand rigl.t 1! ar.d fifty four, five thousand and I teenth October, e ghten hundred aid, and beneficial under the direction of the lars j I j smiths and assistants, per second article ,,
hundreti I dc! !lir'', 1 foams JI:sS I thirteenth article treaty twenty second June, I Pres.-dent; ,purpose second, article! nineteenth I For an engineer and as istant, one thousand twentieth September, eighteen hundred nnd I'.
For t'i' of : of ) For flit'!, i hundred und per treaty t hundred I twenty' eight, two thousand: ono hundred and f
( ps 3' interpreter; per acts of 1\'ul" instalments for the t eighteen! fifty live, six hundred October eightee i hundred and thirty eight, I I eight dollars. I I I sivtv dollors.. .
thirtieth Jiri', ti.;htrca hundred and thirly 1' support of six smiths' shops, per second and dollars. I .' .- ., ,. uSges.-Jo-or interest on sixty nine thou "
ana niniii ,
tour i twenty teventh Ftbru.iry,eighteen b u!t- !i fifth: a ti<-K-s treaty d.irticth September, For permanent provision fn education, I eighteen hundred and treaiy fifty four seventcenuiuay, two thousand sand one hundred nnd twenty dollars, at five For p permanent pro\i-ion for iron and steel
dred and fifty one, and ,'ightee'ath. August 'j eighteen huii'lied and fiftv four, one l thousand per second article treatp twentieth January eight i hundred and five dollars. per centum, being the value of fifty fonr sections for shops, per third article treaty sixteenth:
cig'ite-en' hundred anJ fifty six, tliity one thousand nine hundred dollars. i] For third of twenty instalments for the teenth article treaty twenty second June, I two hundred thousand dollars, at five and twenty five, for edncational purposes ane second article treaty twenty ninjh July,
For presents to Indians: fire thoasanJ cIa}- S seventh smith and assistant, and support of eighteen hundred aud fifty five, six* thousand centum, second fourteenth p'rI per Senate resolution nidcteenth January eighteen hundred and twenty uine, six bUD '
article treaty '
per died and ,
lai."<. shop, per second and fifth articles treatythirtieth I dollars. I January, eiheen! hundred and forty sir, ten( eighteen hundred and thirty eight, three For sixty dollars. -
For provisions for Indians,eleven 1 thousand: I September, eighteen hundred and For permanent provision fur blacksmith, thousand dollars. thousand four hundred and fifty six dollars. permonent piovision for fifty barrels S

eight hundred dollars. I. fifty four. one thousand; and sixty dallars. ,per sixth article treaty eight enth October, I Kaskaskias, Peoriss, Weas, and Piankeshaws. Ottoes and Missourias.-For the second of of ninth salt, per second article of treatp twenty '
For buildit.gs at agencies and repairs i For the supp-irt of a smith assist-int, and eighteen Iundret and twenty, and thirteenth .-For last of three instalments of nine ten instalments of this amount, being the second I nin? six July hundred, tightecn hundred and twenty' |
thereof, ten thousand dollars. shop! for the Bois Fort band, during the article treaty twenty second June, eighteen thousand dollars each for the eighteen eries, in money)' or otherwise, per fonrth I For end sixty dollars.
For insurance, tiansporui and neeessa pleasure of tho President, per twelfth article I hundred and fifty five six hundred dollars. hundred and fifty seven, eighteen years hundred and article treaty fifteenth March eighteen hundred : interest on six hundred one forty three
ry xpense of deliivry of annut'es, goods, treaty' thirteth: September, eighteen hundredand For permanent; provision, for iron and steel, fifty eight and eighteen hundred and fifty and fifty four, thirteen thousand dol thousand collars, at five per centum, per
and to the 'Indian tribes in .Minesola. four I ninth article twentieth lars. seventh orticle of the treaty of the fifth and
provisions fifty ono thousand and sixty do-! per tieaty January, nine .r sixth article treaty thirtieth May,
Michigan: and Wisconsin, thirty thousand lars eighteen hundred and twenty five and thirteenth eighteen p hundred and fifty four nine thousand For fifth of ten instalments for py of miller seventeenth! June eighteen hundied and forty
dujl.tl.-. For support of two farmers (o the ibis article of treaty twenty second Jane, dollars. per severtl article treaty fifteenth March, I nix, thirty two thousand! ono huod.-ed. and .
r..r contingencies of tho Indian elepart- Forte band, during the pleasure of the Pres- eighteen. hundred;. and fifty five, three hundred I Kick' ,-For sixth instalment of in. eighteen nnc fifty four, six hundred fifty dollars-
men!, thirty six thousand five hundred elol i ident, per twelfth article taeaty thirtieth Sep and twenty dollars. I (t'restlt poos five dollars. For arrears of let. rest, due January first,
Jars. temb-r, eighteen handled and,fifty lour, one For illtnrtt o-i: five hundred thousand dollars thousand dollars per for centum education, on one bUdrer second For fifth of ten instalments for blacksmith eighteen hundred and fifty nine, on five percent
For the employment of temporary cleiks thousand two h1ndret dollars. iit (five per centum, jor t'tuc\tiol: and article! eighteenth Ma *,- eighteen, per hundred and assistant, and iron and steel for shop, boeds ofthe State of Indiana., held in
by supcriatendant of luliaa: alia01:: such Chippcwas 31ississippi.-For one rtnr! beneficial i I ;purposes, to applied under and filty four, five thousand dollars. per seventh article treaty _fifteenth March, trust for the Pottawatomies by the Secretary
occasions and for such periods of time as third ol (eighteenth of twenty five instalments, the direction of the general clunci of the: For the payment of this sum as the lath eighteen hundred and fifty four, nine hundred of the Ii.torior, twelve thousand and fifty v
the Secretary of the! Interior mar. deem nec- in per fourth article treaty fourth Choctaws: in conformity with provisions instalment two hundred thousand dollars and forts dollars. threedoilars and twenty cent*.- Tint i
("5trJ, to the! ,public! service five thousand O 10'1'J, eighteen hundred and forty two, contained: in th. tenth all thirteenth articlesof to be paid upon in eighteen hundred and fifty nine,, For fifth of ten intalmt'nl for farmer, per the stocks.xvithxvhich h thhSecretars of the Im..
dul//:!:;_ and *-ii hth article treaty thirtieth September, I the treaty of twenty second June, eighteen second article seventh article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen (tenor is now charged upon tho books of the
For fulfilling. ; treaty: stipulations with thovaiiour e-g'iteen; hundred and fifty four, four thou- hundred and fifty five, twenty five thousand eighteen per hundred and treaty fifty, four eighteenth nine thousanddolars. May, hundred and fifty four, six hundred dol! I treasury. under the head. of Chippewas. O-
Indian tribes ; I suid one hundred and sixty six dollars and dollars. lars towns, ond Pottaxx'otomies, mia! and cducn, .
Kl ickfoot Nation.-For fourth often in- sixtv- seven cents. Comanches': Kiowa, anc Apaches of Ar. .-For fourth of twelve instal For keeping in repair the grist and saw lion," bcchargee to tmo seperate accounts to
stahmnts a* aunnily, t-> be expended in thepurclnso For one third of eighteenth of twenty kansi* H\ .-For : ten instalmentsfor for blacksmith provided for by the seventh article of the be opened under the heads of" Pottowas .
ments and 'mi
: of such goods, provisions; ; and other fi'-e installments, for the pay of two carpenters I tin- purchase of goods, provisions, and continuing and the keeping usual up a of fifteenth March, eighteen hundred education," and the Secretary of the Interior
useful artiele!', as the President at !his dis.relin.I per fourth article treaty fourth October, agricultural implements per sixth article treaty iron shop and steel providing fourth article quantityof I and fifty four, three hundred dollars.. is hereby authorized, with .the conent of (the
may from time to time determine, t, eighteen hundred and forty two, and eighth hwntj seventh July eighteen hundred eighteenth October per, eighteen hundred treaty and I For supplying the smith's shop with tools, Poltawas, to transfer the s'ock' charged a<
per niuth arlicle of the treaty of seventee-th article 'rear thirtieth September eighteen thee, eighteen thousand dollars. and keeping the same in repair, per seventh afoiesaid to the new account in
and third article: twelfth
) forty eight,
) treaty
OctoiW, eighteen hundred and fi hundred I article of the such proportions as he deem best for
fifty eIweiu. ff.four, four hundred dollars For expenses transportation of the sixth hundred and four nine treaty fifteenth March eighteen may
May, eighteen. fifty ,
( thousand! dollars. For one of eighteenth of of ten instalments of and hundred and four, three hundred the interest of the Pottaxvatomies.Pottaxvatomies .
I twenty f\'e goods, provisions, hundredand sixteen dollars and sixty six cents. fifty
For,. fourth: of ten instalments as annuity, instalments: in goods:, per fourth article treaty I agicultural imslcment, per sixth article trea. For fourth of ten instalments of annuity I dollar of Huron.-For permauenl
to !It expended! in tahli-hing and instructing I fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty I iy twenty seventh July, eighteelh hundred upon two hundred thousand dollars, balanceof For assistant miller, three hundred dol!- annuity in money or other wise, per second
S them in cr fuhurtl and mechanical I two, and eigh article treaty thirtieth S(ptem. and fifty three, seven thousand dollars. three. hundred and fifty thousand dollars lars. article treaty seven teen te November,eighteen '
put-:Jitil, and in educating their children, and Cer, eighteen hundred fifty four, three I For an engineer and assistant, one thousand hundred and seven, four hundred dollars. S
Creeks For for
cession of lands
alt in fourth article
permanent annuity money treaty
promoting: civilization and Cbiistianity: at I thousand five hundred elollars. I per I eight hundred I Quapaxvg.-For education during the pleasure
per fourth article treaty seventh August, eighteenth October, eighteen hundred and dollr.
the discretion of tho President tenth of the President, thlre article
per ar- j For one third of eighteenth of five Oitowas and of per treaty
'II twenty j I seventeen hundred ninety, and fifth article forty eight, and third article t twelfth Chippewas llcYgan.-
tide of the treaty of seventeenth Oct-bor, I t insfalments for the support of schools per seventh alc treaty I For for fourth of ten equal thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty
treaty August, eighteen hundred May, eighteen hundied. and fifty four, twenty '
eighteen' hundred aud City' five' fifteen thousand I fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen and fifty six, one thousand five hundred dollars. thousand ments for educational purposes, to bo expended three, one thousand dollars.
1 dollars.' hundwl and forty' two and eighth article I dolars. I' under the direction of the President, according For blacksmith and assistant, shop and Stools
For of Miamies e,f Kansas.-For permanent provision i iron ond ateel for durind the
exjtonses transportation anJ eleTivc treaty thirtieth September eighteen hundre J to the wishes of tho Indians, so far anq shop,
rv o' annuities in I For permanent annuity in money, per second for blacksmith and assistant, and iron I of ihe President third article
goods anJ! provisions\ ECV- an-1 fifty fuut sri hundred and sixty six j as may be reasonable and just, per second pleasure per
ont.vn thousaud, dollars. pnllar. and sixty seven cent i article treaty sixteenth June., eighteen and steel for shop per fifth article treaty i I I I article. of the treaty of thirty first July, eighteen tre.ty tbirliehMay,eigteen hundred and thirty
Cabpooias! Molalla and Chckamis: Indian For one third eighteenth of twenty five i Hundred and two, and fifth article treaty seventh sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, hundred and fifty five, eighteen thou I three, one thousand and sixtp dol:1ra
-, 01 Willamette Valley.-For the last of for the purchase of provisions August, eiggteen hundred and fitly six, and fourth. aritcle treaty fifth June, eighteen sand dollars. -For farmer during the pleasure S
five instalments of for ilstllmeht II three thousand dollars. hundred and fifty four, nine hundred and ident, third article thirteenth May
annuity beneficial ob- and tibacco, per* fourth article treaty fourth I For fonrth of five equal annual instalments per treaty
jeetper second article Ohrl'3h' twenty sec- October eighteen hundred rnd forty two, : For permanent :annuity in money, per forty dollars. and carpenters' tools, household furniture, eighteen! *bunded and thirty three, six hundreddollars. S
ond January eighteen: hundred! and filmy five, and eighth' article (treaty thirtieth September, fourth article treaty twenty fourth January, For permanent provision for miner, in lieu and building materials, cattle, laloar, and I :
ten thousand dollars. eigeteen hundred and six, aud filth of fitth article sixth Rogue Rivera. For sixth sixteen Inltat.I .
_. .. eighteen hundred and fifty four, sit huddred twenty gunsmith per treaty necessary useful articles, per second article -
1'"U' ;;' L las oi mi inMaun'i.is Itt pay I'llIhpician and sixty six ltnlarl and sixty cents. aitrcle treaty seventh August,, eighteen( hun October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, fifth of the treaty of thirty first July, eighteen hundred I meets in blankets, clothing, farming utensil, j jI
I teaeher blacksmith, and hiN.er.r I For one eighteenth of se\"cr twenty five I dred and fifty six, twenty thousand dollars. article treaty twenty third October, eighteen and fifty five, fifteen thousand dollars. I and stock, per third article treaty tenth Sap-
r per third article treaty-second January, eigh- instalments, for the support of two smiths'shojis. For permanent provision forjhon and steel hundred and thiirty (our, and fourth article For fourth instalment for the support of tnmber' eighteen hundred and fifty three, tstu' ;

(eon hundred and fifly-five, f.ve thousand' *even including the of two smiths and for shop, por eighth article treaty twenty treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fly four blacksmith shops! for ten year*, per sec i thousand fire hundred'dollars. 'I
hundred dollars. I assistants, and furnishing say iron and steel, per I fourth January, eightec hundred and twentysix four, six hundred dollars. -; t ond article of the of thirty first July, eighteen I Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi.-For pr'i'i I
Ch.i,.ta, colon, and Fmprjua Indians. fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen and fifth.articletreaty seventh August, For their proportion of nineteenth of twen and fifty five, four thousand two hundred manent annuity in goods or otherwise, i
For fifth of filifCH instalment of annuity, to I hundred and forty two, and eighth article eighteen hundred and fifty si*, two hundredand ty instalments in money, per second article I and forty dollars. thins article treaty third November, eighteen I
Le (expenJed directed, by the President, treaty thirtieth September, eigetecn hundred filly six, two hundred and seventy dollar treaty twenty eighth November, eighteen hun. I For fourth instalment of payable hundred out! four,ond thousand dollars. I
per third article treaty eighteenth November, j| and fifty four, six hundred and sixty Eixdolhrs ?. dred and forty, and fourth artcle treaty fifth annually for ten e:1r to. be distributedper For twenty eighth of thirty ins:1lmrnti as S
eigliHvn; hundred anJ fifty four, two thousand aud sixty seven cents For permanent provision for the pay of a June, eighteen hundred and fifty four, five capita, in tho usual manner of paying annuities annuity in specie, per article treaty twentyfirst
dollars. For ond third of eighteenth! of twenty five wheelwiight' per eighth article treaty twenty I thousand six hundred and thirty six dollarsand i, per second article of tho treaty of September, eighteen hundred anc thirty
For fifth of fifteen instalments for the !lout! January, eighteen hundred twentysix first hnndred and two twenty
pi} instalments' for py of Iwo farmers, per anp thirty six cents thirty July, eighteen fifty thousnd doUar.
of a farmer, per fifth article treaty eighteenth fourth article iraty fourth October, eighteen and filth article treaty seventh August, For interest on fifty thousand at five, ten thousand dolars For twenty eighth of thirty instalments for
Nox-ember, eighteen hundred and July four, hundred and forty two, and eightk article eighteen hundred and fity six, six hundred five centum, for educational purposes dolar, For interest on and sixty six gunsmith, per fourth article treaty t twenty I
cue thousand! : dollars. treaty thirtieth SepteYber, eighteen hundred dollars. For blacksmith and assistant and third per article treaty fifth June, eighteen bun.per thousand dollars.unpaid part of the principal first September, eighteen hundred and thirtytwo :
For last of five i instalment* for support of and ,fifty four three hundred and thirty shop and tools during the pleasure of thp dred and fifty four, two thousand five hundred snm of three hundred and six thousand dollars six hundred dolr.
ixxo smith? and smiths' shops, pr; filth ari4. thrre dollars and thirty thsee cents President, per fifth article treaty fourteenth I dollars.: for one year, at five per centum per annum For twenty eight thirty instalments S
-! i.p.-iiy: ('ighrl'cntho'cmber.,, eighteen For fifth of twenty instalments of annuity February, eighteen hundred and thirtythree, For last of six equal annual instalments to to be distributed per capita, in the usual for iron and 8te(1 shop per fourth article
II.., (nciun.i: ) t tty four, two thousand one in raone.f, per third article treaty twenty and fifth iticld seventh August, eighteenhumidred Miamirs residing on ceded lands, for purchaseof manner of paying annuities. per second article treaty} twenty first Septembr. eighteen Lon ** "
LoIl41-tI: and! twenty elollars. second Febnary, eighteen hundred and and fifty six, eight hundred and lorty former perpetual and other annuities andrclinquishment of the treaty ot thirty first July, eighteenhnndred dred and thirty two, and twcot/
Tor fifth of ten instalments; for pay of phyi ffJ five, twenty thousand: dIars.Chippwa dolar. For iron and steel for shop daring of claims, per fourth article and fifty five, thirteen thousand three .dollars.
-i:"-i.-.n: medicines and cxpeuso of care of the Pillager and Winnibigoshish pleasure of the Presid nt, per fifth article treaty fifth June eighteen hundred and fifty hundred dollars.For For twenty eighth of thirty iostlment
Iake S
sie-k, per fifth article treaty f'ig1ltceuth0-. Han-is.-For fifth thirty instal treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and four, thirty one thousand seven hundred and fourth of ten equal annual instalments for blacksmith and assistadt, shop ,tools S
\ xember( eighteen hundred and fifty four, oneS ments of annuity. in money. per third article City six, two hundred and seventy dollars. thirty nine dollars and eleven cents on thirty five thousand dollars, in lien of former per fourth articlo treaty twenty first September
thousand five hundred dollars.! treaty twenty second Febuary, eigeteen hundred For wagog maker during the pleasure of Miamies of Indiana.-For their proportionof treaty stipultions to be paid per capita eighteen hundred and thirty two, eight
For fifth of fifteen instalments for pay of and fifty five, ten thousand six hundredand the President, per fifth article treaty foarteent nineteenth of twenty instalments in money, to the Otowas, per second article rinndredand forty dollars.
1 teachers and purchase of books and stationery i sixty six dollars and sixty six cents FeLruar. eighteen hundred and thirty tree, per second article treaty twenty eighth November of the treaty of thirty first July, eighteen For t twenty eighth .f per filth article treaty eighteenth November For fifth of thirty instalments of annnily treaty seventh- August, eighteen eighteen hundred and forty, and hundred and fifty five, three thousandfive iron and r stFor I shop, per fourth artcle
eighteen hundred and fifty four, one in goods ,per thir article treaty .twenty hundred and fifty six, six hundred dollars. fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred hundred dollars. treaty twentjSst September, eighteen hundred .
*u-.tid two hundred dollars. I second Fcbujry, eighteen hundred and fifty For assistance,agricultural operations* and fifty four, six thousand eight h'on" Ottowas of Kansas -FOJ their proportion and thirty two.two twenty S
Chippewa .f 14kc Superiour.-For two five four thousand dollars. during the pleasure of the President, per eighth dred and sixty three dollars and |ixty four of the permanet annuities in money, goods, dollars. as : L
thirds of eighteenth of article fourth January, eighteen otherwise under the fourth
twenty five uiaUl- For fifth of tw.iity instalments for purposes treaty twenty or payable article
meets in money, |per fourth article treaty I t of education, per third article treaty hundred and twenty six and fifty article tieaty cents For interest on investment of two hundred of the treaty of third August, seventeen hun For twenty eighth of tbJrtr instalment (. *
tourth October, eigbtcecn hundred and for- twenty second Febuary, eighteen hundredand i twenty seventh August, eighteen hundred an i and twenty one thousand two hundred and dred and ninety five, second article of the forty barrels of salt ond forty kegs oft'S'e '
treaty S fifty fve' three thousand dollars. tty fifty seven dollars and eighty six cents, at five treaty eightaen
&ptomber, eighteen hcm'red and fifty four, !1elht For \ five annual instalments for the education daring the pleasure of the ycr centum, for Miami Indians.of Indiana, per hundred and seven, fourth article of the treat- ( eighteen hundred and llr o4e '
S thousand three hundred and thirty three purchase of powder, shot, lead, twine, and President, per fifth article treaty fourteenth Senate's amendment to fourth article treaty y of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred thousand dollars. --ratScp- ,
,. Collars' and thirty three ,,.-nts. tobacco, per third article treaty twedty second February, eighteen hundred and thity three, fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty four, and eighteen, and fourth article of the treaty For interest on eight .*.bo on.,
J or two third of cightecniu: of twenty S SS Febuary. eighteen hundred and filly five, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen eleven thousand and sixty two dollars and of twenty ninth! 'ugs eighteen hundred doll, a five centum_r
'e instalments for the pay of two six hundicu :: hundred and fifty six, one thousand dollar eighty nne' cents. and twenty one, six hundred eleventh October,' lrdd t Ondtwo
I/ _Ie
r'rs. per fonsti! article treaty fourth wrpen-j I j :For last of o.UB five anneal! instalment (or the ?. Miamies- Eel River. For permanentannuity dollars. forty their" Jg 0 b f n ariel. trtat' S
"I''irhteen hundred and! forty two, and eighth fcjre: of six third article treaty For Ibe third of seven additional instal in goods or otnyisE per fourtharticle'ireaty Pa\( .-For second of five instalments Sacs an'* -and-do-flare.Lor and t
. ""to treaty, thirtieth! lb.rcrs. por for two blacksmiths, assistants, shop, in goods and such articles .
;; ( Member! eighteen Febnary hundred I ment tlird: sventen hun u may b necessary on one. roxn
, S "' icned aud fiity four, eight hundred; daLthirefs / andlift twetj ( eighteen i- -.- ..;p".tl j article treaty twenty dred and ninety fire,Augs fve handre dollars. for them, per second article treaty twe. h n" undred. e Mioisrj..por iatarrt

t S lfe, tlroe tJoa nd d U : --.-*"nt annuity goods or other- ty fourto September and artiftrseTen ho a tar
:: handr .
,- For .0 Irs i all'm'Ui 0, _..._ .rf dolr ,
ffth.of tte tnt .'
t'-o of eighteenth! annu I --"- "- twenty first fifty seven, forty i p hide-1..
Of ( totan dolar .
twenty : of ("r I ourth '% ,
Support two : : b.bP ,
lniJlhn lbmcOf eiabth i
smiths : d 1. t
u.f, I aD d Scond
: fiftl re aod tre3t'' pr -
i : i arc
fcr lU r ( trtatJ- "enth tutJ 'I } pru.- ., ft Oc efgte!
2 't u ;- t r' artet '"

t. 5-

S -
.._____ J -I-- -
: "- .


-'' -' W ?. r _
-- -
._ J .n" -: --
& ,
---- : .
--- -- -- '
.11.j : 1LVIII.Afl Act to into Dfwt the "I cine and mttles aivl I I f'\1 Fort Benton to W:1-\ *., one hun-\ ,i t :-
anJ. thir I 6f'n'll, tlosaodcitlt:; : Pavneonnntdty goods, five thousand dollars CHA nrrr 'I for hordes picket ropes do.irs.!! larsv.nJ sixty eent .
)hundred ond seventy dollais.SVmiuoIts. i For tho geneial incidental expenses of the I (ol'ttiln lictvreentho 11 it.-.hitat..nr.i l nin. for shoeing the horses of the (o.p- ll, ',I, eieJ!r thousand That Connecticut.-l'er to bo ) .
And be it further ; :fogJci.
on N'ovemlwr, SH-. 2 I rutri
II. cigLtuin I ; nrI' ;
t 1 .-For the third of t(1 instalments )- la.il. : si-nite in New Mexico, preicnts of :, Jluncr,.hdut..1< fifty dth tight at ShaugLai. four ulircd and fifty !: ;; doIi'Provided : ,: I tlie: Secretary of War IK, r.ixl (us i it, herr'!?, ,i "bv. mcIUfrot the e\- I3\n (I J.g ;l
1 1 11' for the of school!*, per figblh i good, ngui i i.hural implements, and other Tbt the :11011t of tHi appropriation *lcra Mile house, one (tl j
t j support t Be it enacted l by the Senate and House ofRepresentatives IIJ d dUd j i r.nlh'rizcd to repay t;> the ;tate t of lgflt OUald tiJIjrs. .
useful arlirits and sit to below the cstimates shill; ; ( : .
: nrticle seventh August, eighteen and j to tlt1 loctl other'vise .
I 'I I : : i of the United States of from of labor oat of any money"in i the! t-vsrr.rynot -
I in abodes and sustain themselves the amount estimated for mf :
;f fifty six, three thousand J"la"s. permanent i America in ConrEs assembled, That the nppropiLiter!, : ; sdvane-pd by that New York.! -For :beacon light r-n one'of '
for the of civilized life, to be ." For the third of ten inltrlnI'utl ngricultural I by purniit -xpcn :: minister or chief diplomatic officer of the U- I and other buildings State for the payment of six companies of the SUter's Islands, in the Sr. Lawrcnca KiT. A

f 1 i assistance, per eighth article 1 treaty : under the eiirecliou: of the Secretary of the States in China, shall, so soon as the constructing barracks I mounted volunteers called into senice by I cr, brlow Alexandria Bay, four thousand dollare. '
I hundred and Interior, five thousand dollais.j nile at posts which it may be necessary tooccupy .
ti ; fe'entbIgust, eighteen fiftytix i seventy II revenue officers issue the debentures, General Persifor F. Smith on the first of November
thousand dollars. j Foa the of three special during the year-and; for repairing I t For and the
;1I I 1 two compensation 01 duty receipts, provided for in the eighteen hundred and filly f.tzir. repairing svcuring pier coni -
1F : I For the third of ten instalments for the i agents and four interpreters for the Indian i select some depositary com"rl.'I' of the altering; and er.lnrgipjf buildings at the established i for three months : Provided that there shill j I i nected with the light houso at Oswego, New

I! 1 :1 support of' smith and smith' shops, per eighth I I tribes Texas and for purchase of presents, 'I' same lon in China, making proper such compensation posts, including hire or commuta- I he no or allowances to these I I Iconpanias York so as to prevent the destruction of said
seventh) hundred :\ fifteen thousand dollars. tion of for officers on military duty ; greater pay house
.utidl tieaty: August, eighteen quarters similar light (ten thousand dollars.
he think the said
debentures to troops
as right,
was j
"J:1 nnd fifty six, twelve thousand 'five hundred I For the. expenses coloni/ing, fupportinjr, or 'shnl being subject to the hire of quarters for troops, of storehouses for i.i ths tIn tho iJniteJ States. ,J I "Mif( :-For :light )house on the northpoint
: proceeds !
and and the safe keeping of military stores, and of of tho
1- agricultural
'I (tvHu6 furnishing implements I dividing Grand TravI
: j' i hereinafter provided. Sc 3. And b? i it further! enacted, ThatI j pninluh -
}:t I in fpecie, per stock for the Indiana in Texas twenty. five grounds for summer cantonments; and for I crfe Bay, t i; JoI .
Srltc3i.-lor permanent I SEC. 2. And bo it further enacted. That the the of executing a relntionp
I ( .. treaty twenty ninth September' : thousand eollar! : Provided That no part of I Rresident, by and with the advice and temporary frontier station, three hundred fo purpose May fourteenth! eighteen! hundred :1 For alight Louse: on the cast aide of Middle
,;f1 J eighteen hundred and sevencf, five hundred the *ame shol bo expended for the cstablith-( thonsand dollars : Prided, That no I permanent proved Island haibor, Wes Marquette, five thousand -
cntiiled A resolution to authorize
I of the Senate, shall appoint two. corn- }barracks and shall hereafter be and thirty six, : A
dollars. I' ment of reserve west of the Pecos quarters dollars.
mnr.For '
b.' missioners who shall form Board in China the Secretary of 't'nr.to receive additional J
fourth the incidental of the : constructed, unless detailed estimates shall thousand dollars be and the
For permanent annuity in specie p claims :1"
1 j I t) receive and examine all claims evidence in support of \
iI : jtriicle treaty seventeenth September eighteen I Indian scu'ce in the Territories of Oregon be to them, under the wlJicl convention may- I have been previously submitted to Congressand Massachusetts and other: States of the United I is hereby, appropriated io repair tee lighthouse

I 1, I kunndred and (''5"(elon, 'five hundred and Washington, including insurance and presented to the of the shall have been approved h) a special States for disbursement services and so,, pier at Vermillion, Ohio. j
I 1 : dollars. transposition annuities: goods, and presents I accorcing provisions same, appropriation for the same. of \\'isconsin.-For a light house on Greek
international the late the Secretarp
the forth
of and war,
I t for blacksmith and) nssistanr: shop and I and oflice and travelling: expenses of the law.principles justice For mileage or allowance made to officers the during be, and ho is hereby, nnd 1 di. I Islann, cr one of tee adjacent islands, Greea

.; tol and iron and steel, dursng the pleasure superintendent, agents, and bub agents thirty of the army for the transportation of them- Treasury Massachusetts out of j Bay' six thousand dollors.
SEC. 3.nd be it further enacted, That reeled to to any
r President per fourth article treaty five thousand dollar- selves and their baggage, when travelling on pay For light house on Raspbcrr Island, one t
the Board constituted shall such in the not otherwise I
t \ twenty eighth Fcpnary, eighteen hundred For defraying tho expenses of the removal so meet at duly without troops, escorts, or supplies! ; onehundred moneys treasury and appropriated .j of the Apostle Island, Lake. Superior, six
time and place soall he the I the of two hundred twenty ,
as designated by sum
E nnd .hirty one, one thousand and ] dot !- and subsistence of the Indians in OieqonTerritory and twenty five thousand dollars : thousand dollars.:
chief officer in and within thousand hundred and six ,
; 1 t lars. to the reservations thcrin, aiding' rfiplomolic Chn Provided, That mileage shall not DO allowed seven one seventy : For light' house at the month of Kewa-

I :, \ For miller during tim pleasure of the President them in procuring their own susistelCt one year from the time of meeting shall when the officer has been transferred or relieved dollars and forty eight cents, reported under J. j lIce River: I.ake Michigan, six thousand dol-
terminate their duties. I said resolution! to be due to said State by .
fourth articlctreaty eighth purchase of and at his own request. tar
I per provisions presents compensation '
t t"nt. Sec. 4. And bo it further enacted, That the H. Poinsett hate' of Wa/ in a re- !
r Febnary, eigeteen hundred and t.irt one, six of laborers and other employees, For transportation of the army, including j I Secretary 'I ) o-For: : light house at or near
of the said commissionersshall dated the third of December, ,
hundred dollars. v fifty thousand dollars. compensation the baggage of the troops when moving cither i j jby port twenty I the mouth of Two I-Iand River, Lrke Superior -
h Senecas of New York.-For permanent For defraying tho expenses of the remova I be three thousand dollars per annum, l land or water ; of clothing, camp and garrison j eighteen hundred and thirty seven, made to | five thousand dollars. ,
and the President of the United Stales is j tho House of Representatives the :
I' j onnuity, in lieu of intcreslon stock, per act and subsistence of the Indians Washington authorized equipage from the depot at Philadelphia 1 twenty ; North Carolina.-For a beacon range
to make such for the seventh of December, hundred !
Lt nineteenth Fcbuary e-i<;hteo hundred nnd Territory to ihe reservations thCH'il, aiding i provision contingent to the e"erl posts and army depots, and eighteen :1lI. I light at Ucracoke, seven hundred and fifi\ H
of the commission shall Provided that in lieu f
thirty seven : ,
t thirty one, six thansand dollars. them in procuiing their own subt-istence i I expenses as from those depots to the troops in the field ; payment I|, dollars; and that light be cstablisheq atSnhLIJe a
to him and and the in the of the Trias- :
:ii For interest, in lieu of investment, on ;i purchase of provisions and presents, mid I appear necessary proper, of horse (equipments and of subsistence from money, Secretary : point at or near Hnttcras inlet: Pro-

,i seventy five thousand collors, aj 'five per cen j compensation of laborers and other ennloyi : said salaries and expenses shail be paid out the places of purchase and from the places of 1 nry, may, at his discretion, issi2 to said ( \uoJ! That tho house at Beacon Island I
; of in the not otherwisearpi State United Stales stock iri'er- Hh
;i turn, per act of twenty seventh June, eighteen i ces, t twenty five thousand dollars.: : any moneys rated.Sec. .. treasury, delivery under contract, to such places as the j est of( five bearing an nn.l the light vessel bo discoutinUt\
t hundred and forty six, three thousand { For the Indian service in California, to be circumstances of the service may requite j per cctuI per annum, and re.denmahje ,j jojjKtho erection: antI exhibition .
5. And be it further enacted That the o.f
the aflo
at e.J of (ten years, or sooner,
1 seven hundred and dollars' expended under thediiection of the Socict.iryI I them to be sent ; ordnance, ordnance stores, sid Le at tho discretion of the
fft. commissioners shall to the chief -.t the : actn light
C For interest, at per centum, on foity I of the Interior, fifty thousand nolrs. And fid report and sl:1! arms, from tho foundries and ar- [ pleasure of the President of the I
I t three thousand and fifty( dolut transferred j the Commissioner of Indian Affairs is hereby diplomatic officer in China, the several a- to the arsenals, fortifications; frontier Sec.1.. And bo it further c-nicted, That Secretary Carolina.Treasury.South For two l beacon 1
nitrd authorized IJ and! with the wards made by them, to be approved by him, and firi: :Irs ; the second section of the act of third March! range
froui Ontario Bank to State ; consent of the posts, army depots ; ; wli.nrfage: : 1 lights (in place of (ito Over all beacon t
) of which shall be him ) '
Treasury, per act of twenty seventh June, j Secretary of the Interior, (to increase the a tolhc copy of tho de by entures.transmitN tolls, and I ferriages ; for the purchase) and j eighteen! bandied and fifty one, (ltitle An '! lights ") for the beach on'Sullivan's! Island:

eighseen! .hundred ond forty six, two thousand I i _number, of ieser\ations for Indian purposesI deposit-try herein before or : !::J-c of horses, mules, and oxen, and the purchase | act to found :miltary asylum relief Channel, four thousand! dollars.

_ cue .hendred and fifty twn dollars and fifty I the State of California : Provided, The I proceeds as providedlio repair of wagons, carts, and draas, and support of invalid and disabled. soldiers Fora .
< shall : I Georgia.- light at point .
distribute in rateable it "
thereupon I II b3 : proper
I aggregate amount of land so for I proportion and of ships, and other slgoinge3sh and of the army of the United States, sa a. I
cents !c apart the said debentures their I i-i Saint Andrews' Sound and for ome in
; Senecas and Sha\nees.-For permanent: reservations shall! not exceed cno hundred or proceeds boats required for the of mended as to reduce the number of cormiisfion ;,
transportation supplies Saint Catharine
according to the direction of the said I Sound, Georgia twenty
i annuity in specie, per fourth article treaty and twenty, fixe thousand acres: Pio\Lied I diplomatic I and for garrison purposes ; for drayage ('rs authorized by that section to three, :j: thousand dollars.

seventeenth September, rightacd i hundred t[ fUI tlu'r, That fo the new rcseivations hrreby! ofr. and cartage at the several posts ; hire: of I and consist. of the commissary-general ofsubsisteitce I-lorida.-Io rcbuiUing tho light }houseat

and eighteen, 019 thousand: dollars. J I authorized: no Indian: agents, sub agentoverseers --, I Sec. be it further enacted, That I teamsters ; transpositions of funds! for the the surgeon-generaland the ad- | t Cape Canaveral: and fitting it with a
so soon as the said commission shall!! be executed I ( two of whom shall be I up '
For blacksmith and assistant and other any
: : hop or rfiicers or employees pay and other disbursing depaitments ; the : fist order
catadioptie illuminating apparatus,
tools and iron and! bteel for during the shall be i I and completed, tho recoids and documents I the! quorum for for the transaction of business) '
shop apjjointed or(employed' under this act. expense public transports 0: detailed estimate II, IK,
sing (as
pngo general
and per
all other I
: in the possession *! whose duty it shall be to examine and audit
pleasure! of the President, per fourth aiticlo For the c-ineral incidental expenses of the papers various (:tulf of Mexico, and tho estima'es appropriations for eighteen!
treaty twentieth July, eighteen hund.-ed and Indian service in California, including trav.eJlirg I of the commissioners, relating to the S'ime, :\ Atlantic! and Pacific ; and for procuring wa- the accounts of the treasurer qaarteryenrly, i| hundred and and eighteen huhdrcdane
: !! be deposited in the office of the Secretary i iI and fifty eight
toUit and tho -isvluu
military : !
. thirty one, one thousand and sixty dollars. I expenses of the superintendent, apent, EhI of State. tel at such posts as (rom their situation require inspect fifty: nin .) sixty cighn! thousand seven
r Shawnces.-For permanent annuity for educational :i and sub amis, seven five liuntlrrudt'll..rs. I I that it be pronght from :distance ; and at !least once in every month. : ;. .
I tholsnt .\1110"D, :March, 3, 1859. I Sec. 0. : further enacted, That I I uunurou aim nny one eiouara nun term cciis.Lou'siann.
fotiilh cuticle for roads \ntl.ct
purposes, per : clearing. mitt .removing. oLstrncion3 .-For the commencement ndcomplltion
tn'IIJ 1, \\i
I of the said ba and they
third hundred and For the Indian the be tl Lem.fts act arohereby
August, evnlll I j fniCl in the Territory of : Ciur. Act therein to extent which may requiredfor of aniron screw dile light house
S live and third aiticlu tenth J )' Utah! ,. be JXXYII.-\n na1inrrrr''I'ialiou) the actual of tho the (xl'lled so as to ;include the invalid
4 treaty Mny. eighteen t expanded und T the direction of j for \f Army t'/f ending operations troops en I at or near the entrance to the channel of the 1
hundred: and fifty .tour, cno tlwuban1oJa. j the Secretary of the Interior, fotty five tin us- i the thirtieth June, tigljUcn hundred end eisBe frontier, three million dollars. aol' diaIJlcll soldiers, whether! regulars or Mississippi! River, at tho Southwest Pass, I j

; ,j and dollars.. I lv. For the purchase of horses for the two \olunteers, tlc war of l'gItel hundred 1 : authorized! August three, eighteen hundred I.

I sixth of seven annual instalments! of : For carrying into effect the, twenty /uriI ; it enacted by the Senate and House of regiments of dragoons, the two regiments of and t\'ehl : all subse-qnent wars ; a. I ,I fifty four, in addition to the former
in for third title of the civil and I Representatives of tho United States of A- of mounted idle-men that so of the act of the third March, j appropriation
p ; ai diplomatic act cavalry, ,
rioney payment 1111 per fC'cljol regiment estimate 103 i
I' tlC : : as per p, page (general
t treaty tenth May eighteen hundred and fifty I March third', (eighteen! hundred and fifty five, I nierica in Congress assemble, That tIle fol- and the companies: of light artillery! two hundred eighteen lumtre,1 aunt fifty ont :y i h inconsistent 1 estimate: of appropriations for eighteen

S four, one hundred thousand! 1101ars I the turn of i.iiitSt-en: thouaaul. and fUi tJ five; I lowing sums be, and the same iro hereby thousand dollars. \ he, and. the same is hereby, : hundred and fifty eight, and! eighteen hundred ;

For sixth instalment of iltlrc t, at fiv- |HTcentum di/2'srj!! and seventy)' line Cttts npI'oJli th'd. oat of an- money in the Treas For contingencies of the army, fifteen rCpeId.. auJ filly nine,) sixty nine thousand nile hundred ,;
jl otherwise rppropriated! for the And he it further enacted, That
on forty thousand dollars for cduea. ) SI(- 2. \lllle it fmli.er (.naott.d.rll lJi sup thousand dollars.: I dollars. ;
tion, third ailicltf of tl.o port' of the! alloy for the! year ending For the: medical and i all pensioners on account of wounds or tlisa-!i
put: hereby ,
: I ; per tre.t.tllthJa). i, 10 n.oney :.ppropa itlJ hospital departments Te:3.ror (the erection: of range beaconsfor
lefcii hundred all fifty four, two tLOUUI. dl.l! l-o used) for the pujchasc of arms orItillflltIULtlfll I tiiitkti! June, eighteen himired and sixty. ninctb one thousand dollars. bility incurred in the military service shal! I crossing: the bar and

fi dolliif. to lJt given or furnishe'd. l ti arv i i lor expenses of recruiting, tmnspO tation For contingent expenses of the! adjutantgeneral's : transfer and surrender their pensions I Bay, tn place of the present entering light taYue.toI vessel) at

I : For permanent annuity for oduca'ictml ,1 1of the Indians 'herviii iinme-d, tinl',! .,j surh !I ol f'lrit., three months' extra pay lo non department at department headquarters institution for and during the time they may I that place, one thousand seven bundren (10I !-
fourth article I of cwnn&fioned officers, musicians, I privates five hundred dollars. lli 111Cn.in and voluntarily continua to
l : purposes, per treaty fvunty pnrcha arms or :rlumitiul afoic-aid I \ ali I
ninth Stltt11Ir, eighteen humlied and sev I j in fulfilment! of iho obligations of e.\i--ting '! on rcenliitij.ei.t! eighty nine thousand nine For compciit-ation: of tho clerk and messenger rece 'c its Lenl.fts. Ijl.s. a light! house at San Luis Pass, and at

('nteel, Zrlic. treaty"' tenth May t rl:fl. I dolhrs! in the office of the commanding general Snc. 7. And be it further enacted, That tIC: nv.utli! of Hrazoi River thousand
.t eighteen! huudrcd alI fly four, two thousimldollars. Snc. .'). .\1.IIJe it further ei.actcd, Th.it! j I I For pay of the army)', three million and two thousand dollars. the deductions of twenty five cents per month, dollars.California.. : :

II: I the President of the United Stales be, and he .: lind.one thousand seven hundred and eigh For contingent expenses of the office of j from the pa)of the noncommissioned officers, .-For houso on Mare

1 g !IN s Six Nations of New York.-For fibrina- hereby i is, Authorized and requited to can-c I II t) dollar the commanding gexicral, three hundred dollar !. musicians, :rtileer and privates t in the: army. Island, San Francisco: lilt bay, nine thousand

j ; neat :annuity in clothing and other useful to ]he surveyed, and tho boundaries; thereof For commutation o1. oflrs' subsistence. *. shall be? rdlccd, from and after the thirtieth nine hundred and eighiy nine dollars Provided -

." article, per sixth article treaty eleventh November 'I permanently marked, the tract or tracts of nine hundred and ninety eight four For armament of fortifications, two hundred I of June next, to tw eh c and :half cents per That: no ofthmisnmo.ney shall; be .paid

I seventeen hundred and ninety fonr, I I land tying on or near the Gila; Rivrr, in the hnndrcd and thirty four dollars and fifty thousand dollars, out of which fifty month, and that! the title of the act be, and I entil the Secretary part of t!h 'JV.. wrjr l. ..iiis-

.1 four thousand five hundred dollars. I Territory of Arizona, New Mexico, now occupied con ta. thousand dollars are to be used for experiments the same is hereby, charged frI die "Military that the United States has perfect title

I : Sioux of j isis.ippi-Fornterest on three by the confederated bands of Pima! For commutation of forage for orcrs'hore on heavy ordnance. .Asjltim to.that of" soldiers' Home ; ted to this island.! : ;
hundred I and Indians and the one hundred and four For ordnance ordnance stores and And provided, further, That all
I dolar at fve per centum, Maricopa sum of ole supplies persons now That the appropriation heretofore mo for
I : per second article treaty twenty ninth September thonsand dollars i is: hereby :ppropriatl to bundled and twenty eight dollars. inclnding horse equipments for the in, or that may hereafter be admitted into, the a light house at Point Lobos be, and tho same\

t 1 eighteen hundred and thirty seven I defiay the expenses of the said survev.. For piyments to discharged soldiers for mounted regiments, two hundred thousand institution, shall!! be, and arc hereby, made I is hereby, rcappropriatcl provided the United

"4 (I. fifteen thousand dollars. SEC 4. And ho it fuither enacted, That the clothing not drawn, fifty thousand dollars. dollars. subject to the rules and :rtclcs.of war, I j i I States has perfect tide to tho cite of said

; For ninth of fifty instalments of interest, nt i President of the United States be, and he, is For payments in Hew of clothing for ol.cers' For the curront expenses of the ordnance and will bo governed thereby ( sauna i' light house.:

I i five per centum, on one million three bundled I hereby authorized and H'qnire to set apait servants, thiity nine thousand. eight service, including experiments in arms and manner as soldiers in (tho army. 1 S1c.2.tll be i ii. further endel, That

''I and sixty thousand dollars per fouith article I It' j I the tract or tracts of lnd aforesid as a reservation hundred and ninety dollars. ammunition, not otherwise provided for, one SKC.: 8. And be it further enacted, That tho I hctoafter whenever of the light vessels
) any
1 : third hundred I for the conf of Pimas For su :i.tencl in kind, one million nine hundred thousand dollars. ,I be and I j
i : I treaty twenty July, eighteen liCrt< following sums they arc hereby, j i occupying positions which aro adapted to the
", ; and fifty one, sixty eight thousand dollars. i and Maricopas ; Pio\ided, That the said reservations hundred and sixty iiio thousand five hundred For the manufacture of arms at the national I!I appropriated, out of any money in the treasurynot II erection of light houses upon pile foundations

1: I .i I' For ninth of fifty instalmenes interest, at sh:1 not exceed one hundred square and forty dollars. armories, two hundred and! fifty thou. otherwise appropriated, for the following require to be or such extensive repairsas

r j : five per centum, on one hundred and twelve miles in extent. For clothing for the army, camp, and garrison sand dollars. fortifications : ''I to render rebuil of such lighthouses

I t t I thousand dollars, being the amount in lieu e>f SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That equipige, and iron 'bedsteads for barracks For the .legbu. arsenal, five thousand For fort at Hog Island Ledge, forty thousand advisable and practicable then such

:I the reservations set apart in the third article! the sum of tel thousand dollars is hereby appropriated I one million one hundred and twenty dollars. dollar I structures authorized to bo
I permanent are
1 : Senate's amendment oft twenty third June, I to enable the Commissioner of I line thousand eight hundred and nine dollars For the Benicia arsenol, fifty thousand For Fort Knox, Penobscot Bay, twc.{ I j erected in place of any such light vessels :

,: \1. eighteen hundrt and fifty two, to treaty Indian A(Tails to make suitable presents to and seventy eight cents dollars. thonsand .dollars. }I j Provided, That the arising from all
4 hundred and the Pimas and in For the regular supplies of the quartermas For Fort Monroe arsenal fourteen thousand For Foil expense
JI 'I twenty July, eighteen fifty i Maricopas, acknowledgement Schuyler, East River, New York such changes and erections shall be defrayed
: one, 'five thous1d six hundred dollr. I It of their loyality to this government and I ter's department, consistihg of fuel for (tho dollars. twenty thousand elollars. I' from the general for

!i 1 : For ninth of fifty instalments inttred at the man.kindn's ls heretofore rendered by officers, enlistee men, guard, hospitals, store. For New York arsenal, three thousand For Fort Richmond, Staten Island, fifteen: &c., of annua appropriations special
I I houses, and offices of "in kind for the I I repairs "esseY
five per centum, on ore million one hundnd them to our citizens. ; forage dollars. thousand dollars. should for such

c : if' =I'j'I and sixty thousand dollars, per fourth A tide 'I SEC. C. And be it further enacted, Thatin horses, mules, and oxen, of the quarlermas For North Carolina arsenal, two thousand For Foil Carrol, Sellers' Point, forty j appropriations change. any,

It, : j treaty fifth August, eighteen hundred and aJjurting.the claims of half breed Indians ter's department at the several posts and sta- two hundred and thirty.fivo dollars. thousand do1rs. i SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That
inns and
with the
armies in the field for the
,: l'.I g fifty one, fifty eight thousand dollars. I under the tenth article of the treaty Prairie I horses of the two of ; the i For Texas arsenal, twenty one thousand For Montgomery, Lake Champlain, j tho Secretary of tho treasury, on the recommendation -

!I1 For ninth of fifty instalments interest at du Chicn, of the 'fifteenth July eighteen hundred regiments dragoons, dollars. ten thousand dollars. of the Light houso Board be and

If r five per centum, on sixty nine thousand dollars I and thirty, lying wiihin the Ncmohaw 'I mounted two regiments riflemen of cavalry tho the regiment of of For Washington arsenal, two thousandfive For Foil Delaware, Delaware River, seventy ho hereby is, authorized in his discretion to

LI being the amount allowed in lieu of the reservation therein described, as suiveved by and such, companies of lightartiflery hundred dollars. five thousand dollars. discontinue from time to time, such lights a

': icservalion of lamh set apart by the tLird article I McCoy, and confirmed L sedlion thirteen.of bo companies infantry For Watertown arsenal, one thousand For Fort Calhoun, Hampton Roads, Virginia may become useless b reason of the mutations -
I it of Senate's amendment of twenty third the act entited .An. )making appropriations may and forthe authorized number dollars. seventy five thousand dollars. of commerce )changes of channels

k June, eighteen hundred and fifty two, to for sundry civil expenses of the government of ofcers' horses: when serving in the For ,aten'liCt arsenal, twenty five thou- For Fort Sumpter, Charleston, South Carolina harbors, and other causes.

t I$ ty fifth Augst, eighteen hundred'and fifty trCr-1 for the year ending the thirtieth of field outposts, idcluding! beddingfor sand dollars ; : part of which sum may be twenty five thousand dollars. SE( 4. And be it further enacted( That the

i 4 m trhee thousand fonr hundred and fifty dollars. : June, eighteen hundred and fifty the animals ; of straw fsoldiers'\ bed-" applied to the purchase of :piece of ground For Fort Clinch, Florida, fifty thousand sums appropriated August eighteen
( .int ap
t Treaty of Fort Laramie.-For ninth often I June twelfth, eighteen huiinr and ding, and stationery, including blank books I adjoining the arsenal on the south side, east dollars. hundred and fifty four, for a thir house half

r instalments in provisions and merchandise, fifty pro\e eight, there shall be found deficiency J for the quaitcrmas'er's department, Cfrtif-I of the Erie Canal For Fort Point, California, fifty thoasmt I way between Cape Henry and Body's Island,
for annuities and : cates for discharged soldiers, blank For contingencies of arsenals, twenty dollars. '
i 1l payment transportation : in the quantity of land necessary to carry and for light to mark the entrance to the
1 of the same to certain tribes of Indians, per j out the intentions of said treaty, then there I tho pay, and quartermaster's departments, and I thousand dollars. I For Fort Alcatraz, California, thirty thousand I Cono and: Ycocomico rivers, Virginia, te and

'1 6c'cntl article treaty seventeenth September, shall be retained out of the proceeds of that ; for the pluting of division and departmentorders I For surveys for military qcfences, geographical ,, dollars. the same are hereby, reappropriated for those

ir r1 eighteen hundred and fifty one, and Senate's | portion of the public lands excluded from i reports, one million four hundred I explorations, and t'conaissancci For Fort Jefferson( Tortugas,Floridanine- objects respectively. '

t r1 amendment thereto, seventy thousand dollars. the said reservation, as said half breeds claim and forty thousand dollars. for military pnrposes, and surveys with armies I ty five f0usaCl dollars. I SEC. 5. be"it further enacted That tl

I j f Umpquas (Cow Creek Hand-) For sixth I ed i its boundaries by the McCoy survey and I For the incidental expenses of the quar.master's in the field, fifty thousand dollars. For Taylor, Key West, seventy thousand appropriation\na, approved August eighteen,eighteen

I 'I of twenty instalments in blankets, the Ihi-teenth section of said act of departments, consisting of pottage For purchase and repair of instruments, dollars. I hundred and fifty sixTor a light house -

i cl provisions, and stock, per third al cuthin'l twelfth, eighteen hundred and fifty eight Jul., I on letters and packets received and sent by. ten thousand dollars. I For continuing tho construction of the works : at Grand Marais, is hereby authorized
nineteenth ollicers of the army on public service ; expenses For charts of lake ten at Fort Gaines thousand dollars linncsot'
I September eighteen mt much money as shall equal that deficiency, i printing surveys thirty to be applied erection of a
J Jiftv three five hundred and dollars. I of courts martial and courts of enquiry, thousand dollars. For contingent of fortificationsand I
1 fifty estimating the same at one dollar and twenty expenses light houso at Grand mouth Pigeon
,_ I tTmpquas and CaJpooil of Umpqua Vail : five cents acre ; which said sum of moneyshall including the additional compensation of For continuing tho sun-ey of the northern repairs, thirty thousand dollars. I River, Minnesota. PortSc '

f I ley, Oregon.- five instalmentsof i be pr to the Secretary of the Interior, I' judge advocates, recorders, members, and and northwestern lakes, including Lake Superior .Approved, March 3, 1859.Ciur. II I SEC. 6. Aud be it further enacted, That if

for beneficial object, to i e eijten3cd to be h'-hl by him in trust for such of said witnesses, while on that service, under the seventy five thousand dollars. I preliminary surveys are required to ascertainthe

l < a directed by the Piesident, per third half breeds as shall be found entitlen to it, act of March sixteenth, eighteen hundred and For defraying the expenses of the recovery LXXXI.-An Act nmlingAppropriations for I' necessity for any light house or other aid

,' article treaty twenty-ninth November, eighteen and by him be paid to them or invested for I two ; extra pay to soldiers employed under. and the restoration to their homes of the Light lionsc-s, Iight boits: r.uoys tc.. and pro I'I provided for in this bill, or to determine the

hundred and fiftfour- three thousand their benefit, as he shall think most judicious I the diteclion of tho quartermaster's department 'I children surviving the massacre by Indians of viding for the Erection and Establishment of tho ,' proper site for the same, or to ascertain more
1 dollars. : in tho erection of barracks, quarters, from Arkansas in the fall I same, and fur othcrl'urposci1.
and! proper, after the said mixed bloods shall I tho emigrant trains j I fully what the public exigency requires, the
'. For fifth often instalment for the pay of ablacksmith Ila\'I-relinquished to the United States all I storehouses, and hospitals ; in the construction eighteen hundred and fifty seven, ten thousand I Be i enacted by the Senate and House ;I Secretary of the Tieasury cause the

$ I ;, anb (furnishing shop, per,sixth i their interest in and to said reservation. : ( of roads, and on other constant labor, dollars. of Representatives of the United States of | examinations and may on the

1 e article treaty twenty ninth November, eighteen ; for periods of not less than ten days, under For the payment to the State of Minesota America in Congress assembled, That the | seaboard necessary be made under the surveys direction of
SEP. 7. be it further .enactrJ, That I to
q hundred and four Anr the acts of March second, eighteen hundred for incurred JamesStarkes I following be and the 1!
five Captain ,
: tl one thOUSUl. j the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, under I expenses by appropiations same are the Superintendent of the Coast Surrey, and
'; hundred dollars. I and nineteen, and August fourth, eighteen company of Minesota volunteers, herepy, made, and directed to be paid I out of I those the northwestern lakes be made
i the direction of the of the Interior, on
!I''f For fifth of fifteen instalment! f'r the pay is hereby adthorized Secretary and directed to I hundred and fifty four, including thoso employed called! out by the Territory of Minesota in i any money in the treasury not otherwise I under the direction of the Bureau of Topographical -

a physician and purchase of medicines, per j rules and regulations for the prepare ofI as clerks at division and head quarters eighteen [hundred] and fifty seven to protect eppropiated, to enable the Secretary of the I Engineers ; and in all cases in which

I sixth article' treaty twenty ninth November, I rue Indian! senice, and for trade government and intercourse ; expenses of expresses to and from the the settlers in the valley of Sunrise River a- Treasury to carry the provisions of this act adverse reports are made, they shall bo submitted

eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand with! the Indian tribes : theregalalions -. frontier posts and armies in tho field ; of eSt gainst the Chippcwa Indians, two touSndsix into fect Provided 0ho we vcr, That if a good to Congress at its next zession ; and in
i ll coils to paymasters and other disbursing officers j title land which be
dollars. it
1 hundred and nine
of their! affairs ; and by thirty dolr!, or BO any may necessary all cases in which the objects authorized are
For fifth of ten instalments for tho of approved and to trains, utters. military escorts much thereof as be to use cannot be obtained on reasonableterms
pay I I may necessary. the works be
tho President submitted to the Uai favorably reported upon, may
,: :farmer, per sixth article treaty twenty ninth !' ted States for fhl approval b : Provided, That I cannot be furnished ; expense of the interment For the removal of thd. Court Orielle band or the exclusive right to such land commenced immediately after valid titles and

November, chjhtccn'hundrcd and fifty four such laws, rulc! and I of officers killed in action, or who die of the Chippewa Indians, on the Red Cedar cannot be acquired by cession, when tho interest State jurisdiction shall have been obtained
one thousand dollars. regulations proposed I when! on duty in thu field ; or at the posts on and Menomoneo rivers, in Wisconsin, andproviding th United States demands it, before
shall not bo in force until enacted by Con- c I to the sites.
For fifth of twenty ins'almcnls for the pa}* I I' I the frontiers, and of non-commissioneel officers a permanent borne for them among the appropiation would by law fall inio the i Sec. 7. And be it further enacted That

I ofn teacher and purchase of books and gress. : and soldiers ; authorized! office furniture ; the Chippewas of Lake Superior or the Up. : surplus fund, in any and all such cases tho )r is to exhibit bck*
authority hereby given a
; .' stationary: per sixth article treaty tweutv. Snc. 8. And be it further enacted: Thatso I biiC of laborers quartermaster's department pej-$ Mississippi, ten thousand dollars. appropriations shall be applicable to the OD| from the light house tower '68 wlCIcueIandOhio. [ St

-.. ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty I much of the act entitled An act to regula'c ,' including the hire interpreters, pies, For repairs and improvements and new I jects for ,wbiclr-they are made at any I .

four, ono thousand four hundred and fifty i trade and intercourse with tho Inpian I|t and guides-> the army ; compensation of machinery at Springfield armory, Massachusetts I within 1vo years afer th. first meeting of 1 I Sec. S. And be it further- enacted, That so

r .dollars.Winncbagocs. i (tribes, and to preserve peace on the fiontiers," I clerks of the officers of the quartermaster's fifty three thousand nine hundred I tho legislature in any State wherein sUCh much of the act approved August eighteenth

-For interest on one million ., :ppro't Juno thirtieth, eighteen Lundred I pepartmcnt ; compensation of forage and (ten dollars. ana I land may be situated subsequent to the passage t eighteen hundred and fifty tu, as authorizes

% 'x>ne hundred thousand dollars, at five per : :1J thirty four, as provides that the United I wagon masters, authorized by the act of July For and and new of this let, to wit: I the Secretary ottho Treasury to discontinue

I centum, per fourth article treaty first Novem- i States shall make indemnification out of the! : J fifth, eighteen hundred and tit eight, for machinery repairs st Harper's impfcvements Ferry armory, fifty I New Hampshire.-For 1 fog bell, to be thoUght at Port Clinton Portage Bay, Ohio,

cightecn hundred and thirty seven, Jifly five I treasury for property taken or destroyed in j jI tho apprehension of deserters, ard the expenses five thousand dollars. rung by machinery at Whale's Back Lighthouse I be, and the same is hereby, repealed.

thousand dollars. I ceitain cases, by Indians trcsspassing on incident to their pursuit ; and for the I one thnusand dollars. Approved, March 3, 1859.
I white men as describe i tbo said act, be, following expenditures required for the two For printing a revised edition of the system -

4 For thirteenth of thirty insalment of in. j and the same hereby repealed : Provided, regiments of dragoons, the two regiments of of instruction for field artillery, horse and Massachusetts.-For rebuilding the two, little atouttwoand a half old

terest ontighty fiveUhousand dollars, at fivepercentum however, That nothing herein.contained shall cavalry, the regiment of mouuted riflemen, foot, to be stereotyped, with engraved plates, light hoase towers on Thatcher's Island Cap A the girl attached a circus years paS J
per feTJrUxarticIe treaty thirttenthOctbr. for the and for procuringfor I Ann, and for fitting' them with first seeing
construed and such of be now ready
I be so a to impvir or destroy the companies infantry, as may press the house asked her mother who '
eightQe litthctad and forty six, four i obligalian of the Indians to make indemnification mounted viz : the porchs of travelling distribution tc the militia of the United illuminating: apporatus, as per detailed estimate by ",what that India, rubber

tbo1snd t\o.bnm fifty dollars. oat of the annuities as prescribed in forges blacksmiths' shoeing tools, horse States books tactical ;instruction, ten thou I, page 102, (estimats of appropiations standing by that in grate the street,with two
thing was walking
.4 Jistlaltou. j : sand for eighteen !hssdred and fifty eight and
transport- i said act. and mule shoes and nails, iron and steel for dolars -

I ; lon, .nd necessary expenses of the deilreryof I j! ArrzovKD, February, 28, 1 P i I shoving, hire of veterinary surgeons medi- F o e .construction of : military, road eighteen hundred and fifty nine, eighty, one tails. ;

-- -
.. ,
------ -
I. '
-- -
-- -
T .


___ ,-- _...,. -J -- -

t 'Ii. ii 1 rkbian. anb % ixrimL p i'



_. '. "J r _.. - "'-"- ..... -. ..._._ _. __ ."" _. _......,. "" __ ..."-""- _......-. -__ "'-.....,.. J.--- -.- -, - '-- ,, ",,' '-' --' -'-'- """ -


_ _ ____ JZ- .r ;-
-- u d --- _. _._- _- -- --____ .u -___- _-__ __________. -- _. .
-- --
------ --- --- -
cub> pnsinrss ((arbs. I A. GALLIE [Krom the Onstilutionaligt.] I I have said that the South was never !so f i My principle, object\\lsio rrhtikrtlmt reck T- Ffom the Wrstpurt( Mo.) Star.
11JOJrS5hmnt and that l lss and InwK'ss Hi which it i "bringing disgrace I
The Slave Trade-Judge Campbell. prosperous as now, our prosperity is K pi A Lottery Dealer Cornmd.UALTIMOEE .
.. _
_-_ -- -- -h- DEALER IN: the South its moral
We all know thi*. Our -weakening '
j upon
MEDICAL, AOTICC.Dr. It teems that: a grand jury in Montgomery I progressive. progressive .o\pril29, 1859. 3
prosperity is accounted for upon the ': influence ill the Union ; :and which allowed II. '
DRY GOODS PROVISIONS Ala., under the charge of Judge Campbell M'CARTIIEsqDear We
Wm. R Shine has (ouJd"eral true bills against "prorni I plainest principles: of political economy. We to triumph over law: and order, will soon set hare frequently sent you par cifpcWri i anJ \
the of the South in endless What
nent. ciluens" for :violation of the laws prohibiting I are employed in the production of an export 'I sun night. IiflVB! often thought !It felrange that we have
A !
O.F&all Ills rOIESS1IAL: MRVJCM: TO TIII riBLir.FICE exhausting to the land. Our ca ital is I is a nation more than an individual without
the slave trade ; and according to a I not heard from j /o. However onr object in
} adjoining tbat of IVs. Gamble .L Cettcn IN GEXERAL. slave labor. The more \aluable the product : character: : What R'p.Llic"er lasted long J
O letter in the Dispatch another prominent cit I writing tliii time,is to offer you the preferenceto .
May! !. IMS. IS-ly November 1C.:: 1858. 46 of that labor, the larger will be our in- I without law ? Law: can only be maintained: !
izen" is to lead other prom in t'nt citizens" in I' gross purchase very finely arranged pai"k "Qof ..
com in The smaller the quantity of by public opinion. I In free government thereis 20 tickets Consolidated!
MILES NASH &"CO. I a mob, to annihilate the Judge, and nullify money. in the Grand Lot-
I labor! cnl land required to bring a return of ; i no other authority to enforce it. If tbe
f Class \
FRESh Gl\UDEN\ SEEDS. the law. Some people certan'y; h3'e'C'r,)' cry, 11, drawing May 21sf. The. It
I) K .V LEn S IN singular notions of the charac'er required to 1 I a given amount of money, the larger trill be :, Inn passed by oirst-Ives be wrong, let them package gives you the advantage of 83-2,60' ,
& first families and the net profit. bo repealed. Let not the fairest. fabric of worth ol tickets for .the cost of $20.
DRUGS, &* PA IMS, c-rcwt1i: ; or :18&3Z3. constitute prominent cit. I framed be di only -
civil by man -
izens" now a days. In the purer days of the Let us illustrate by a simple] analysis.) A government ever The same has. from its repeated success, won
MEDICINES Ij OILS I Republic, no man stood any. chance for such planter! who employs twenty hands in the graced by riots and judiciary pulled down ;I the title of the lucky package, and to con- i <
GUM DROPS,. a character, unless he showed some respect I cultivation of two hundred acres of land, by disorganizing: mobs. Fo* the South to vince y. u of our confidence in its success wo |
inform their ricnds and the public.) I makes hundred bales of cotton and in encourage: or even tolerate these things,
WOULD for the laws and Constitution of his countrJ"especially one promue to send you another package free of
: on band a good aortment ofs tic 011'l.LL FLAVORS would of
article as are generally kept in their line of busincs* when passed Ly hi* own Representatives exchange for it brings home from Englandand seem like a species insanity. charge if the first fails to draw a three number
I think I have shown the
I at
nod trill be recciviuff regularly fresb soppliet. TLeiitcrm l FOR COUGHS AND COLDS -to protect I his own interest, :l.ndl.1. (the North five thousand dollars! will be I once causes prize, the lowest being $250. See full
Tallahassee, April 9th 183814.; EDWARD IIAUNARD. Ja. he belongs. I must indulge the hope notwithstanding hands, cultivates four hundred acres of land prosperity of the Sun lb. Thedepresion was faith with an effort to sell you (the capital of

--A.- GALL IE Tallabswe. December 18, 1858.: .. 61 : the oracular tone of the correspondent makes two hundred bales of cotton and ex ,!I owing to a glut of slave labor land by withottt forced importation 40,000, and we hope you will accept it.-
------- --- : exhausting our profit,
of the Dispatch, that something of changes it for the same amount of money. Enclose us $20 and the package will bo sent -
IS iii roctipi cf a large and well relccted stcV cl Wm. E. Anderson, the same honest patriotism still exists at the And why is this ? Simply because at the and depriring white laborers of employment. by return mail, the result of which we ronfi.
STAPLE cud FANCY ( the
Our prosperity is owing to rt'mo.I -
>'rtiH ai'J Cap*. b..ol and Moti. J-'a>'yJrc of the Dispatch's correspondent hut if lie one-half land ana brings home the causes Your?, truly CORBIX &; Co.
( :;f*. II intt, Jiratxlitr, d'c., A :; I9. 18 "V17ILL attend tiitb fidelity and promptness to ; supply and demand, by which both free and
1\ How does N.
with B.
be history correspond this -Prize tickets or certificates cashedas
.. prominent citizens" might somewhat
- --- T T any buiinpf j entrusted to Lit care in tile Circuit slave labors are profitably employed.
E. AHNAU!) Jr" Courts of I'mtitlin Washington and Jackson better employed. theory ? The slave trade, though illegal I have stated (that the institution was: lately soon as retunned.
in tLc Supreme Oint at Mill iUlina. and tbe United Who is Judge Campbell ? lie is a nativeof after 1809 did not cease practically till after of the ] of the WEST-PORT Mo, May 10, 1859.!J;
the action
WILL rosTixru THE States District C..ut at Ajahuhicola and Talla Wilkes county, Georgia ; a man of commanding 1620. The last (o give it up was a lIest of in danger from per po JIg Dear Sir :-Your very kind favor is
that is safe
themselves it
IIJseCo! pirates in Amelia Island. The first families: slave States now received, contents duly noted and properly
RUG &. MEDICINE I I BUSINESS I talents-a profound jurist and of
March 26, 1859.; 13-6ra and! strengthening every day, and this, also
of Carolina and and the "
_. Georgia, :appreciated.
t: AT TilE OLD TAP, SIGJf .. ::1 -- irreproachable: integrity. The only objectionever I have attributed mainly if not entirely the I
citizens: of Alalj:1lllII:1d: not then en. I am overwhelmed"with of obligation .
OTTO LANGE whispered against his appointment to the a sense ..
abolition of the slave trade. If I should have
responsible national office he now holds, was gaged: in it But by the Yankees and the to you for your unaccountable} partiality
this in future
OF THE MORTAB, V MAKER his lira zeal as a southern politician. This pirates it was continued to some extent till: leisure, I may erdeavor to prove a to an. entire stranger, and I nm puzzled to ji
number. .
objection was easily answered by his known 18'23. This produced 1 a glut of .slave labor ( MADISON guess in what manner I have: recommended

Corner: Clhtnn aod Monroe tsTalIabasiee. And Jeweler, and acknowledged patriotism, and his integrity in proportion to the demand ; and, so late as niyselftoyour favor. Are you smitten by

January: 19. SSr.. .3 -- -- MOXTICELLO, FLA, : as a man. 1830 good (;dd hands could be bought for The Children at Home. my personal beauty-dazzled by the refulgent !.
-- R. H. BERRY "TA" 7 OUI.D rr,pcf tfull v inform tl.c citizen of Mid Tin's is Judge Compbell ; now, what is the three] 'lundred to four hundred dollars, or I.1CD, HOT DIUVEX.A beams of my rising "Stai" or havi

\ \ dIe and East Hinida that ho designs making history of the law, for administering which lIe hire for fifty or sixty dollars per year. 'I heIr mother, sitting at her work in her pallor JOB heard of certain: little circumstances il01J' \
Auctioneer and Commission occarlonal tkit t1.rom11; these sections of country for of \ M-O heard of nothing but the and personal going to chow a Inrgjdegice
be made the victim progress tory
the rUrl'Ol'f| of doinp nny voik in tie alx>re line, is to a Montgomerymob = overheard her child who m an oldersister was !
MERCHANT. Efforts made impress prosperity of the Noith-the povcny; and ; of confidence, credulity, greenness"or
? to
that may be "titiut ALUIU SEE. F1a..Sert.!9. 1855. 39 ALSO upon the ignorant that this law was im. degradation: of the South. All interests here as if in answer to his sister, "No, I whatever you may call it, rendering me a

-- HIGH! A. CORLEY A fine Lot of JewelryvLkli I uill sell ct the low- posed upon the unwilling South by the sectional were depressed all clashes dissatisfied. Factory don't want to say my prayers." fair specimen for financial experiments t But J
est p).filile piii-c*. hostility of the north, and to please girls were building brick houses at (the How many believers, in good standing," whatever may be the moving cause impellingyou
Attorney at Law, 17tr.., Hcfirmre gipru if reyvired.ApiilCO. England." The truth is, as all intelligentmen North, our exhausted lands and decaying thought (the mother to herself, oftrn say the to this generosity, be assured disinterested .

TALLA IIASSEK, FLA. .- -. --.-1859.- -.- -IS-ly----.--. know, that whilst the United States: led settlements were abandoned at the South, same thing in heart, though they conceal, action is properly prized and your gener.
JAueary 17, 1857. "-ly Dwelling House for Sale. the Christian world in the abolition of the our credit was low and exchanges: constantly] even from themselves, the feeling." ous proposal readily accepted. You may
slave trade, the South led the Union. There against us. The contrast was constantlyseized : Mother" said the child appearing i in a send that very finely arranged package"
John B Wnitetiurst, 1"IIE SUBSCRIBER offers) for sale on <_ is no part of the civilized) world to be so much upon as an argument against our institutions minute or two, at the plIlor door; the tine by return mail, and such is my confidence in
: terms easy to a purchaser Lie!house and jjjjB benrfitted by the revival of the slave] trade in ( and with powerful and threatening and the look implied that it was only LH III ornno' its success and its well worn title of the
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Iota in BelAir. Apply to the underpinned, I
IAIU.S..\ FLA. or to W. K. Beard. JOHN: BEARD. tho South, as old England, and no part of tho effect. We had abolition conventions in the ...8all.t &tiO:1.: lucky paaclgf," that: I do nd d:ran it necessary .
hilarchfll839.: 10-tf United Stites would be so much bencfittcd as slave States themselves, and if slavery were "Good morning chi'd." to enclose any funds to pay for it. You

"1 f 1TILL T Calhoun.practice Washington in the Circiut and Courts Holme of couuties Jackson Netc England. In matters of cotemporane- not abolished in some of them it was only "I am going out my to get my breakfast." may retain $20 out of the $250 which it is

anti pay special attcntiou to collecting. OI&IEL, ous history, wo need no statistics--no proof. prevented by the practical difficulties surrounding Stop a minute; I want you to come here almost certain to draw-and if it should (as

__KovemUT7, 1858. 48-ly_ COMMISSION MERCHANTS Every one can move and act as by the lightof ; the subject and the pragmatical intermeddling and see me first." it probably may)draw the capital priae of.r(y
a noon day sun. Do we not know as a of the North. How is it now The mother laid her work down in the next 000, you may retain another $20, as a light
Beni F. Young, 6J Poydrns Street, fact, that England is the most extensile cottc n The picture has changed-the prosperity of chair as the boy ran towur 's her. She took testimonial of my distinguished considers tion.

. 1 l'lli) 7? 1t .WI N"EVV OEt.LE.A.N"S.:_._ manufacturing country i/i the world. Do we the South is everywhere the subject of re- him up. He kneeled in ber.laplaid his face Should it happen. per bare possibility,.tl1ftt.
.. ANDSOLICITOR $I not know that she in various ways, is con- maik. Our planters are measurably] of down upon her thoulder, his cheek aginfet; her the package fails to draw a three number

IN EQUITY REFER TO stantly manifesting her uneasiness at the deficiency debt-capitAl is rapidly accumulated-emigration car.: Tho mother rocked her chair slowly] pri zc," you may not send the second pASsage

ILL practice in tie Courts of the Eastern Cir Messrs.. Thomas J. Perkins d t Co., Tallahawcc! Fla. of the cotton supply) and is resortingto ( is checked-all classes employed and backwards and forwards. but retain it in payment for the first.

W cuit fif Florida, and tbe Federal Court 1.Denham R. Harris& Palmer& Co., Monticello Quincy "" various ext e isive expedients to provide .I the annual commercial excJiangcs almost constantly Are you pretty well this morning I" he ,You say you have frequently sent me your

(otncc AT CAivsvn.tr ALACIIUA COUNTY) Beard d t Denliara, St. Marks against this apprehended evil I Do we not in our favor. said she, in a kind gentle tone. circulars and have often thoogbi it" strange ._
IIEFEHEXCES: Mr. James F'ilor, Key West know that the cotton manufactures of both I The favorable: change is easily) explained. Yes mother. I am very well." that you had not beard (rom me. I am sorry -
Jlcssrs. & Atlanta, Ceo. en1 I New ] and Our capital increased in value nndi-Idsa I that remissness has caused
Ormc.nJ Old
CArT. .1. J. IA'CU. ) .. McNaught England England ( every I am very glad you are well. I am very my you any
Cou J. D. AIKEX }}j- liailtiton, S. C. J. N. MtKinnon A Co. ThomasTille where else,) are never'so prosperous as when net profit We no longer exhaust our lands well too; and when I waked up this morning I uneasiness of mind and my apology is that I

FaASER A Tiioifrsot, J August 14, 1858. 33-ly------ cotton is abundant and low, and new 80 dc. and work for nothing, leaving to the manufacturer and found that I was well, I thanked God for did not know the circulars were from pArtial -
DK. JAMES S. Joyces: Tallafiasstt, Fla. HOGUE & AMAKER pressed as when cotton is deficient and high ? and consumer high profit upon the taking care of me." friend and admirer but, so far as I gave

June 6/57. 23WELLIAM The high price affects the consumption. 'Jlie cheap product of our unrequited labor. It is "Did you ?" said the boy in a low tone, them any thought at all, had supposed they

SCOTT ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS demand is reduced, and they have a smaller a peculiarity. too, of our capital that its increase half a whisper. Ho paused after it-con- were from some Peter Funk or bogus speculator .

profit on the business they do. If there be in value gives no oppressive power science was at work. of which you know, dear Corlin, there
TTOIrt'KISV' AT L#\M, ..A.JJAVE LA. anybody who will not admit these positions, over white/ree: labor. Just the contrary.- Did you ever feel of my pulse I" asked arc many in the Eastern cities. As a gener..

MOXTICELLO, FLA; formed a co-partncrsbip in the rractice of any formal: proof would be wasted upon Forced importations from abroad being his mother, after a minute of silence, at the al thing I pay no attention in circulars: unless]

J jlr :SO.1653.- ..; -SO: -t 1-jao-- ness entrusted, and to will their attend care.to any professional busi- them.I checked, the two kinds of labor have become I same time taking the boy down and settinghim ordered published by the rhino or spondulicks.]

PAINTING.nnilE D. P. I1OOUE,*. .. A. PERRY AMAKER. will venture another position, and sustain naturally and legitimately adjusted. The in her lap, and placing his fingers on her Please send me a lock of your hair before
Msyl1858. 18 It by the same kind of. proof-that is,facts elevation of slave labor elevates free ]labor at I wrist I the State officials get all of it, and oblige your

HE undesigned i i. still engaged; in the Tainting of our own time, known to every body and acbioicledged the same time by getting it out of the way.- I f. No, but I have felt mine." beloved friend, II. M.! M'CABTT.
work in hIS line such
business. All as. FIRE INSURANCE. by every candid man. That position Now, slave labor is absorbed mostly in those Well, don't you feell mine now ?-how P. S.-Not deemed inquisitive, dear Corbin
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting, since the in which free labor does not & Co. let know in confidence bow
--o- is, that the South has never, employments it beating! me ( : ) to
Graining, Glazing, Varnishing, &c., HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COHPASY.PaA7V adoption of the Constitution been so prosperous care to engage. In truth both species of goes" Y.e.a."said the thud.'I many hundreds throughout the country your
lie ia terms.ptepart-d to do en short notice G.nut A.! on hALL reasonable INSURANCE COMPANY eitJicr positively or comparatively of labor are so much elevated that they do not If it should top beating I should die at expansive benevolence has induced you to

July 2. 1859. 27 it late' years, and at the present l 1re. I will materially interfere with each other, and we once." send duplicate letters of the one sent met
.-. .- --_. OF HAtfrrotn, CONY. further add, that at no time within the same see master and servant, white and black, Should t" II. M. N\ .

FLOYD & HOLLAND, Aggregate Capital, $100,000,000 00. period has: the institution of slavery in the working contentedly and profitably together, Yes, and you I cannot keep.it beating."
Attorneys at Law. M. P. ELLIS, Agent. Southern States been so secure. Slavery at giving us that healthy admixture of a free 'Vllo! can I" GUARD AGAINST VcLOAH L.t.l GV"'OJ-:

*TT7"ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle Tallahassee,.Dec.. 4,1858.. 49 it is-where it i is-and anywhere it ought togo white population, so necessary to our pros. A silent pause. There is as much counection between the
TT and West Florida,and in the Supreme Court ----MEDICAL- -- -NOTICE.- -- is as safe as if it were colonized within perity and the security of our institutions.- You havo a pulse, too, which beats in word and the thoughts, as there U between

tbe State. Also in tbe District Court of the Uoi the middle of the earth. And if the South The popular objection to slavery that it your bosom here, and in your arms, and all the thoughts and the words ; the latter are not
ed States in the No-fliern District of Florida. -0-- continues true to her honor and. constitutional "degrades labor, has measurably lost its over and I cannot keep it beating, nor only the eipression of the former, but they

D.H.HOLLAND J. FLOYD. Office, Office ApaUcbieola Quincy,, Fla.Fla. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. engagements this security will continue to force. By degrading labor is only meant can yoo.you Nobody but God. If he shouldnot have a power to react upon the soul and to

Dec.52,1865. Cl r.TAVINO located in Jefferson county one.ha1fwi1e strengthen. This comparative prosperity and the reduction of its price. take care of you who could 'I" leave the stains of their corruption there. Av

-- -. .--.--- -- _LJ_ to the rear of Mrs. Bi-aden's.on St Augustine increased and increasing security have been White men cannot Jive in this country for I don't know mother,"said the child, with young man who allows himself to use one

Henry L. Rutgers, road offers his J'rorcSlliocallcf\'lcea to tbe cur- mainly, if not entirely, owing to the abolilion fifty or sixty dollars per year. If reduced to a look of anxiety; and another pause en- profane or vulgar word, has not only shown
rounding country. of the slave trade. it by the forced importation of cheap labor, sued. that there is a (out spot on his mind, but by
8 1859. 2
[COMMISSION MERCHANT -January--, But for the present, let us see the historyof they become idlers and paupers or migrate So when I waked up this morning, I the utterance of that word he extends that

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. J. W. Points Agent the law-so degrading to the South as to to the tree States or the new lands of tho thought I would ask God to take care of me; spot and inflames it, by indulgence, it will
-'- justiy the perjury of juries and the abolitionof West White labor H now freely employedin I hope lie will take care of me and all the soon pollute and ruin tho whole souL Be
T IDKRAL advances made on Cotton or TobaccoLJ FOR TIlE the judiciary by revolutionary mobs. almost every department of industry and rest of us." careful of your words as well as your thought

consigned: to Ills fiinxls in New York. M'COMB COTTON PRESS AND IRON TIE, When tbe Constitution was framed. all the enterprise at the South. Our railroads em. Did you ask Him to take care of me?" If yon can control the tongue, that no improp.er .

SIGHT CHECKS OX NEW YORK FOR SALE, TS now stopping! at the City Hotel where be can States were slave States, except one, and every ploy great numbers of white laborers-some .1 No. words are pronounced by it, yon will J soon
/.. nmountt to unit purcIeers. _i I be seen at any time. Persons wanting Pressesor State desired the immediate abolition of employ scarcely any other. Degrade labor \\vby not!t" be able also to control the mind and save
March 12.:! lt3tt. 11 Ties should hand in (heir orders immediately. State forced importations, and man in the that from corruption. You extinguish tbo
-_. the slave trade, except two. Every (or by every "Because I thought you would ask Him
E. C. Cabell -Juy2I859.- :! 27-5 colony) had passed restrictive laws against department of common labor would be dis yea-self. God likes to have ps all ask for thoughts smothering it,or by preventing bad
& McClellan ho trade except one. But Carolina and charged. The clap-trap of enabling all white ourselves. thought from bursting ont in language. Never

.A..11orn.oy; ; : xt; La Yonge Georgia lost nearly half their slaves during men to live without labor by giving each A long pause ensued. The deeply thoughtful uttera[ word any where which you would be a-! -

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. A11Orn.eys; ; a1; La the Revolution. Their agricultural wealth one or two negroes," is unworthy of notice. and almost anxious expression of countenance shamed to speak in the presence of the most

January 8, 1659. SWILLIAM PRACTICE III ALL THK COURTS Of wEST FLORIDA. was then mainly confined to the seaboard How would the poor buy them at any price! showed that the heart was reached. refined or the most religious. Try this practice ..

_._ .h OFFICE 'AT PEXSACOLA AND 1\fAJnA\ A. swamps, that could 1 not be cultivated without Thrown out of employment themselves, in. Don't you think loa had better ask (or awhile, and yon will soon have command
S. DILWORTH, labor. Carolina had stead of would be of yourself
C. C. TOSGE, Fen-----.1. F. McCLELLAN Marlanna slave passed temporary buying negroes, they yourself'"
Attorney and Counsellor: Law, January 8, 1859. 2 prohibitory laws, and her delegates thoughtshe scuffling for bread. This is a mere "tab to "Yea," said the boy readily. -
might continue to do so the next year, the whale." Like the ancient soothsayers, He kneeled again in his mother' lap, and SATISFIED WITH Suv&.y-The Cincin

MONTICELLO FLORIDA.the Middle Cir Ellis Orlopp & Co and continue to renew her prohibitory ]laws those who employ such nonsense would not be uttered in his own simple! and broken Ian. natti Gazette says a negro who had run away
"V/C7ILL TT/ cuitandTliom-s practice in the and Courts Lowndcs of CountyGa until the year 1803. She then repealed the enabled to look each other in the face with. a pray r for tho protection and blessing from Wheeling, and served a couple of yers- .

March 22. 1856. 12-ly WHOLESALE DEALERS IN laws, but only because without navy her out laughing. It is, perhaps the first time guage of Heaven. in the neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio, was

HARDWARE FINE CUTLERY, laws could not be executed. Her delegates! ssnce tbe flood that an appeal has been madeto Suppose another case. Ano'hrr mother, recently returned to his matter by the United

J. M. CALLAWAY, GUNS, PISTOLS, $c., 4-c., in Congress were unanimous: for the abolitionin the laboring classes on a platform of overhearing the same words, calls the child States Marshal.'. The negro,says the Gazette

GROCER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 211 Pearl-Street. New York. 1808-jo won as the Constitution allowed. cheap labor. into the room. The boy comes. expressed himself perfectly satisfied with the
ROBERT ELLIS, But, under the circumstances neither Caro- The weaker classes would suffer most. "Did I not hear you lay yon did not want arrangement He said be had enjoyed two
Two DOOES ABOVE AMES 4 LJVEIT.CONSTANTLY MAX: A. ORLOPP. Ja., iiia nor Georgia were willing for immediate Exports, for the most obvious reasons, can to t" years freedom, and had worked !most of the
/ on band and receiving frcs'i eon THOMAS P. ELLIS. abolition. A compromise was proposed, and be made cheapest by large combinations of The say your is prayers silent. time,and bad not a single five cent. piece to

pains V_> ,plies spared of provisions in selecting and goods Family to Groceries.fill orders from 2o January 22, 165.9. 4 the Constitution as it is was proposed by a slave labor. / large planter can make cot- Yes boy he did. says his sister behind Mm.el show (or his services, and could not have

the country and at tbe lowe 4 macket prices. Count MEDICAL NOTICE. delegate from South Carolina; and voted for ton at five cent, whilst a small one will not Well, that is very naughty. You ought any left if he worked a life-time for his mas
try produce and all other goods cowigned to me for -0-- inanimously So much for the Constitution. make expenses. Look at middle Georgiaonce always' to your Go right back ter. God bless you, maui," said the dar. .

ale "ill receive prompt attention. The citizeoa of What of the lau:, so degrading to the South, pronounced by Mr. Ellsworth to be emphatically now, and .say them like prayers.a good toy, and never key, as th'e decision was rendered; 1'10 ,
Tallahassee examine aoj and riduity are goods re"JM'rlful1'101icited before purcbnsmg to Dr. J. H. M. Gardner, palled nearly twenty year afterward! That ]) the eo'ton region of the Union.- let mo hear ay of you refusing again." satisfied I rise to no sinction in dU country.

call elsewhere. Every priee article my warranted to be as represented HAVING located LLOYD," offers his Pso- passed tho House one hundred and thirteento It once teemed with a white population The boy goes back pouting, and utters tho 1'88 swine back wid ye to :'er ole hone"

to tbe purchaser. SEXTICES to tbe Citizens of the place fire! The reporter says, the vote for abo- largely made up of planters of the middle words of prayer, while his heart is full of and went without a ir.'armnr. .. ..
IB and the surrounding country.Oct lition be called unanimous these classes and white Where -
Ap.i1G9. might as laboring men. are mortified pride, vexation, and ill-will.-Moth Bad > )
9.1858 _. 41Nathaniel five dissentients were both from the free and they now t See the abandoned settlementsthe er' Iae 1s a man wi '
-- Magazine. h idir1n'ba
A. J. PEELER'S: slave States and differed only on detaibx-<' deserted school houses and country bro-tW pockets ancl' -. ;..
Hamlen, The nay were two from Virginia one Teem churches, mouldering into mini;' many of the Hlw TO CoXfEL A COW TO YIELD JlEKMILK. looking on to s w P'P ru .lu3'tn6tfr i -
4 & COLLECTION OFFICE now ** will oat.-:
LAW COMMISSION MERCHANT, Vermont, one from Carolina and one (rom finest counties probably do not vote one-third .-A writer in Ike Albany Country Good luck i i. eome
mwi to meet fifficBll his
TAtLAnASE FLORIDA.TTILL 1'0.38 Poydras St., Now Orleans. New' Hampshire. The laIC making the slave the number they did in former titnen. The Gentleman states that, in every C9e a cow sleeve ""ed* % *H,
Practice in the Circuit Courts of Gadsden, nP. and working 'to make It
T Y Leon Wakulla Jefferson and Madison and -0--- rode piracy, to late at 1820, tM.tby introduced small planter could not pay expenses any lon may be made to let down her mirf by linking com A out right ,*
attend promptly to Hoe collection of notes and accounts REFERS a Southern nan, and passed unanimously. ger than his land continued fresh. lie made the odder with the clecched .t. He says : _i _JBBSMU_ '.'i.r* .

in any of said CouoUe Ex-Gor.TO-Jame. E: Broom, I Georgia, In 1708, prohibited th* trade by a no nett profit to enable him to manure and pre' a When a !boy, my bosir.rA was to su'Vle: Kissing pretty( gyj down South,'a Vo;;niflfgeltleman :.?
; r- Offiee in the Capitol,opposite the door of theAUorneys Gen.It.A.Sbine. ) Tinalaige. Fla. clause in her Constitution, and to' late as serve lie land. lie was therefore forced to the calves night and isornfng. 1 noticed asked hiVhstntake.qaqawcis.-- .J*

General cflice. S-tl A. B. Nojes, Etq.i I Newport. Fla. 1818 passed laws for tho encouragement of sell ont to the larger: planter aDd}emigrate to after tho ealvea weft, or some size, iJ when' '% ; -

Fck2l,1838. R. M.Spencer, EM, J r Fla.Gen. those who shall use their efforts *o suppress fresh land, and the eo ntry is now mostly in first admitted to tlJe cows, and after:*hn be 'Ob:, ahe;'; .uts.e.i&uIac"". '.,J"

John. J. Spelling. Quincy Jefferson eoooty. Fla. the trafpe," &e. the bands of large planters.2VW milk WM 'i'II..xb..at d. particnlajy if the' father U a aap.tn/. "" .
Wm. s. "
FIRE INSURANCE J. G Putnam Bailey EM., Madison Fla. With such a history of tlielaw, wki A there ,with one half the provisions 4*earns supply war scant lht! UMSJ made, RZSU lDt1at rig. -U-_ '

Augustus Steele, E-q.Cedar Key, Fla. MS never been any effort.to repeal .would the tame amount of money, and makes some boit1IOg or e bags cassiog them C Miss, ta3 t >> it .
STATE FIRE ISOHiEWE! OSURiKCE. CO., Daniel Bell, Em]...Hamilton county Fix oppose that "prominent citizens mart have nett--profit'witb which to employ mechanical about JustiJ1 Yrom this hetook the cum to a flirt e.r ., ... ... .'i ..,_._. .,

PENNSYLVANIA Ed. Remington.: Eeqt> x a .yil1e. ,Ceo Nit.JitUe else to do, when' they get ap an white labor preserve his: Unvi and lire and bin and hit never: fafltd by a judicious ,'N",*W fOb tEq trtr_ ..... .N'' :. :to .'
T !SURE ION I usuil terms Ed.Seiiu, Eq., )r .se J' .
against by on the oc excitement"about it 02 male it the pre- die the homestead of his fath 'L of,hs fits to Ib '
; upon bring milk I dt.waa
1 F. II. I'LAGO, Agtai. Jack!: J.)ranb.l&q.. :: Duncaovine Ceo.N.v.O speedily dUWD new. .hut. ton'* .,
Tallahassee, DcccuiWr 18. IMS. SI 1S58. 47 aifor a Southern nob. But I am saying more than I intended.T .- from the most olminate holder. pighwI.-I: doa't g! injrhe -'

:, 'OJ '/
... _. .. -;-_- .. -.-. _. 4--r. : 1 h %
.- .' .. .... .- .' '-" ; -
.. ..... .
-a .r: ,
; --- -- !!! r-----I -.I



I --- -- --T --LI ------ _i ----- .. -.-. -
1 C --- -- -- -- -Slate- Code.- -"--. -: ----- -,-Steamship- ou l5fre. ----- elsewhere uii'l.r- Know Nothing auspices- and) r'ut- BY =TELEGEAPH. I A con JueL3 with:*iz hundred tuousaua eiouars I I11II

: r "Cullre..loual ; .
:! i- onnialre ; | A h-lq graphic diejauli from Charleston, dated I romlThe &"tII1'1 is discreet in Ihingsthat's \ on roote for Brownsvlih
i Jflonbiau ( | l There is nit little discussion ;jn the ntwsfapi r Huutitille some -0-. *T 'o hundred ami thirty deaths from yellow fever .
I bound '
i ,Ax'ith regard to what has been denominated a !C\.r.gicsaional :- !| 27lli July, says: tlcainthip choir : ADDITIONAL BY TilE EUROPA.. Lad oceured at
I Reynosa. .I
f for York discovered .
from avannah New was to ---- .
I I H.T Code" by which expression i is HALIFAX July 25.-Letter* from Paris note ninth lime that Santa Anna was at the Capital .
I report
TAtI.kIfA8EE I l fire iLis forenoon. Poet The follow ingle-lter wl.ich find in Ihe Ch.-.iles-
e on Capt. immediately we
.meant the 4 uclntul of a I law by'Congress for the I discontent concerning the terms of peace, and that discredited.
was ,
. -- made- for this port, but,in attempting to come in, ton Soutl.rrn -fhtitllan Adeofatt (,23th July fore
protection ufhne in the organized: T"ri Ar'trian Influence i It'still suffered to remain in Italy. --5. ---- .
: ; '5ATEnDArAt'Gtrd, 18S9.Me Irop'rty t a-hore Beach Channel. It 1 is she I shadows a renewed to be given lo the I
on i impulse
.I i i st.nit s the Uuittd Stairs.. 1 Its 1tf thought The Paris SUrle tails for the expulsion of the STILL L\TER-ARRlY.\L OF TIlEEDEELIL
--- -.- o I 'iilt.e off at tide this: nftcrne> Twenty cause of JII.'atioo'itilin the bounds of the Florida
high on. i
I I..o.orart.. that this! quc'!'ion U pngrai.t: with ('il. and ]>nrlicuUrlv gut petty Italian Pl"n'I', who are only confederates of : : :
li\' e-f 1 hI' lave to the ConAjence Ihe active exertions of the .
c a9u-ztgcns come up cityin j l Ihiough
j -*r' SMT.I A 1'f t'TLft art at the City Hotel I, co to the Laimony of the Democratic f arty -. the Emperor of Austria. .

4 to (&rLhl.n.Lrol) ['" and I'hote-praj) hie I i:the Cl:rlcston Convention and the success <>f the pilot Loat. They repost the fins still burning 1 minister* of the Methodist Church I Napoleon declines] tmumkingau oSicic. entree into Cotton Closed Steady at 1-8 Decline.

4 I' I JrfJrf je < evch "" d".irf. t-ec tl.cir: caid iu to1i hI i.unis.ess in the greul Prcsident'ii-l struggle efn but .1owl .." : TjllnhasKce j3I.trUf, Florida {Conference.I Paris, until l.e mnki-s it nt t!!el hoJ of Li* army. PoNIkaLYcws--Centrally----Interettitiy.
I Eoncr I hive nearly elov.l second
ij the Hantsville i i" toy
,1"J'fI i Gu ICLh! in a rail! -xt v 4-i.r. ILenugiiiti'de of the question in this I By s later dctpatrli reported I Austrian corre-po dei.ce i fiiuili-: announces the ----
1i ,1 >iK-r. 1 rout-h of 'llllrt"rl r'clings on (hie 'ct. A1 out
to Lave been carried: into Clurleaton. ILe cotton 1 I New YOEC, Aug. 3.-The tcaraship Per-ia his .
t i iiu.-ts-i-t is d..ubtcs! !not tHr estin'attd, but it willbetLoin ., ,.\I' tout liMndirJ v lift is Sitti! u l Lunge number colored: con.liti-ns of IVace. Tnice ftt'd Austria will sep '

,? South Caroliua Medical Collr:e. of its |K>rt.ci.tiois! ; .imtl.out; if pinjMrly was Kill on fire in Ler hold but i.cccstful cE..ils i [persons luc been added! to the CI.ufThe :rc jiort Itkiian Confederation ; Lombardy, as far as the arrived with Liverpool date :o July 23.

'Ilie next rwrft of lectures' in this writ! kuoaninUitulion &lc.'rt'4t. At l 14 At" such is our lrlic: As a na- \\cie Made l t i will! in nbcr with full in isolated *. *
commence : v< a ; --- i ling by"place Cotton Jlarht.-The Broker' Circular
J htntiact without! turret Liverpool
rc c while Pesdi..rl and the whole of Ycnctia
( a\\ [ Mantnn
\,1. w'rpiion. :
: J :U i We to build ntgM'II.llOocl: schools at all
:1' tj ndl Faculty. See the advertisetnent in an j For tie riordian k Journal.TCrLCITussne j are tr3 ing
nty in "urfricnfl'y! Ic5i.laton" on the Fast e.f she I I our appointment, and w e find nt all those remains Aus-lrian. rO'IesionTI.e Prince of reports tIme sales l of 50,000 bales during Ihe week,
j jMJS country
rtb lite t f Mad. utsaud Graduates : ; 4, 4S50. '
r n "<
f.1umn Territeuics hcf're anti i succeeded thai I of which speculators took ,5OI) and exporters 13I'OObale ,-
" ti g idling foricTcrvoitionby point where have our Sundaytchooland Tu-K-any and Uodena will retain their territorial
D.IT..r. In the Charleston: Courier of
; a1 d"! I. tUcivn nucleicl i Kieyn cfwre tf. : I
.i CVntn-eM, it will not le favorably enter ir.ed I week day appointment are greatly! in rghK: A universal is granUd. *. Some Circulars report a decline at on,
ISI from> }Florid Aug. hJ is a notice of a Yiri" J./*//*/" *,f curing crc.i.-.. nrcnelltJ
l'y the O'nv cition. Hut *is a proportion "..toiiaintaia : The Vienna the London Titntt time of i to {d. but the market rallied and closed
I correspondent
1 {t __-- treat, for which a certain firm in Cincinnati Lave I We shall add six pnwnages on the district during
J tl.c uihttsnfthie citizen cs ccrtaincd ly lie : that three made by NVPOLEox lit a decline of {d. Time sales on Friday were 8.00O
and were
Change ol r"fdulr. thus 3 ear. e ine 4>f llictn are scr) cent says applications
oblaireJ a However ju-lty ihty 11133becatlllol
.'1 After Monday tint,the lime Scatfiig! s'. Mills Court*." we Ulicvc it would ( '! ';>? '//be made! a patent I cotiifoi'!table. We have t-uceeed.d in raiding the tu Austria before the latter consented to the bales, of which specuLtfors and exporters took 1,000

: l> the evening train of cats will I* tliangcJ fremi ,I part: of the! Democratic platform. The eloctrine; e-f (0 I has pecuniary U-ucCtarising ((mom their T..r.t'TI".al1.1 Dolur3rc-quir.J 13tl e li>tCon- :1rlll:--tit'e. TIle same corrci-j>ocdent says tl-t: the I I ales ench.Tlie .
) 1 ittttut..3 pcri-onal advantage wl.ich in cur hti firtnce-to locate aFemile Colhnre in Ba'iibridge.The .
I t :11". M. to 2 P. 3!1 Tireran v.ill leave the Tallahassee nutn-ius'eri-ition. as we understand] it, rneatis no .ed without the of Pope w's burnt in effigy at Milan : and that und stock of cotton in Liverpool was 693,000
tude is taken ttt'iotint was rai en
I not 1..muonIJ 113invcnte>r-the3' expense
IWjHjt f.\\allct'. MiU It 3.30 I' M.. iuUaJ nie>re tl:3f I wmj,lc denial 4.f tLc power in Congress I 3eflt. We have made arrangement at once to ( oily feelings existed between NvrotEo1 and bales tf which C2J.OOO w ere American.
cannot rightly claim (I.e elittinclion cf prioiitv-
J. i f 4. an"I a its d 1
i is within few months
prleticeIt ; a
I t ?.;4) P. M!.. :s hcrttire. I ", I Itt there u 1 uuinifift distinction I u ecu 5t.OH'ry"r o and Decntur count3 su'iseiibcdal'wo t e-ver3 clanialicti to the people of Lombardy. announcing GENERAL NEWS.
I or t'ti since friend LewIs Ix.Conte, now eloll.ir of the aimlint'e ,
Ia __ tll". ofenci"a ( such the years my |
4 'Jt'n'i.e iuwi r or :1'I'enn.l iden TLc conference is expected to meet at Zurich in
the: annexation of that State to Snrdii.i lIe in;
,. < '! I ---eace-J, consulted me the anatomical foi i I Ibll'ty \\ now r te>J>o!e to raic the film e>f mite "llIl.'t,1I
'ouaaty ()u..lu8f. tLfiTe-enie-ut I I. Congress fIr rights; ntce ttaiiied ailil.fir.dt'ytheSul'rcrne upon about week and it that Sardinia will
t. ) I tlmt miii'l"dniJ M** T*. Williaiu Le-t r, JIIl$. ISiut, F. I(.ut.I C IUlt. In ol l : tf saluratint the entire nnimal b3 injcttin. I
ro jecior.aL2eiLse Honda] under the control the Fh'rid-i It was rumored that Nu-OLCuvacd the EnirrersEICLME not be represented.

I I co and Jatnc H. GitlTa me fl'nti'J nd iu tLe /"l e-vsJJ tuh enforcement l- termed ii.Urve-n liii.e through the carctid artery and, after a de I Conference, to (lie tailed the Florid Ctn'nilCol would vUit \ This discontent about the terms of the peace con-

4 j .OS : ticket to le --upjK/rted f<.r CouLly C mIJlro tion. .r Le Lt J.l1:11 as a violation tf tl.e pi'it:ci]II..s! tiled afUniiativ from me, put into successful j.ractice lige. The pieeise point of locution is n.'lvetdc, shortly t'nnll.I tinues unabated, an] Louis Napoleon's
It also about explanations
I reported was
lUll railed tcrmined on, I ut it will be l.the meeting e>f our
nuethoThis lie m
row new
rs of! ..eKa>in* rat-ka ae'. It woul 1 be but thedirelir.rgc con j jtiniol not
S next animnl Conference. We hive no dm.lit, if a issue a cIamalion. It is doubtful whether he are re-mLssnrirg.
TI e name ,.r Mr. i at nek cimlh f to do from the winlcr of IS495lo that oj j
j > c<
nci( of a binding taty! by the e-otai.ion zor4nnu4ut I I.roj'er elfoit is fllndl'. thai we. will raise th :iruonnt. would lay down his arms. It is supposed that a Enropeon Congress will
J Lating been tuzgv-McJ tl.c Hortdia lSjl-5i! it-clu-ivc, three ucceea e ' through
fur -a luty rn p.L.J ia a tout itrikirglucnmr 3 I Tht'reltr more than lao Luiidrcd citizens in 110! It that the had addressed meet after the close of the Peace Congre
: f reeltt-Uon as a C.uuiliulltr. we are quo-tnl by in lic-pnmagc of the pro-tiit law for tl.crcudili the idea tll'iginute'ith If.m ; for, as lie toM me, LeI rids who! will giv'e five hundred dollars e nub, ':)- was reported Pope an
Time of Tu have
1 L dctlices I ad that fair somcwhcie in title in two annual instalment" Asa Conference, autograph letter to Lon Niroicoy, announcing people caqy showed strong hostility
din t that l.iiij cigaiu Acaixli- r-J e I we have never ratio an effort only in a sort ofneitghbcihood his determination to demand the armed intervention to tIe return of the Grand Duke.In .
Eiir: there waa cxhibile-il n leg c.r f mutton cured
I ,law dead Utter tLc 2'
;t. t-eaiue a through unfiicudl- to do for the ofedmueathnt
It way anything cau e of the Catholic time House of Common, Mr D'Israeli has
t \\ e*re al.-u authori/i-d to 'fJ" Ilirt the rl i 'II.JH.f l I l UUtMtn"! ..f tie fre4f'tat. s and fri-sn tIc fa t that in thi waY. and the question was then aLed ant therefore the church nnd people po.vcr.In interference in the Peace opposed -
the Congress.Mr.
House of the
Cemimon bill abol
i I ''I''J' Jo C.in Io.t"Ms name fur a pwilion inc t it was uot mide tIc J.I; tv of lLclYd4r.il authorities \Vli31 not cure bacon so?" hare- thought and en roil) but little about our Iforto; Engl'uh
Gladstone; had ed
lli Buard. i Iu ,. .cute the set but the in the Irtcnding lo attend the fair of Ihe Southern Central ar.tlln.\V I ftar I hive: put the figure t i-u low atone hoLing rates passed at its second reading by a vote propo an increase in the
'I x ; urr' Inc Court hundred thousand elollar, but I will I let timetustanI of two hundred nn,"sixty three to one hundrctl and income tax, which had been agreed to.
----- -
cape 4>f rug v-4. ILetiatee'f Penr;"3lvauiaLoving AgrictItural Society, held at Macon, Ga., in at that for the
Satlsfaelorlly Tried.T.J. present. The Emperor Napoleon had received the congratulations
ninety"three. In the house of the Lords the
lcci lr l that it the the r..n.nr 1SJ2: Mr. LcConle Lad laid by a half At the time I will about Florida, peacewa
\ .\. HtJier. ef the < < > was ]'pre>piiale duly .C IheIVtleral proper say more
ec n.cl of the diplomatic at the French
..liale Goven-iiunt to out the colUilulion.il lo/i'ii or his choicest Lam. for ('xl1 bilion. lie would and her future pro pcets. Your trulv, li<11SitaJ. Attention nJ called to the formida"ble corps

11wJD ti4 il d1b(11! 1.1ltrt of tlii Slate, carry al-o have .l known and July 12///, IS;!. S. P. Riciivccsov. Kreueh fleet nl Cherbourg and Brett, togetherwith court Time Papal nuncio was the spokesman for
rru'i'i"u" Congress I-I-u..l, in Cflndieiice lo that de ina : in g IIni t.dvliJ ned the j ---- the the ambassador 0
a I. lA-t-iHiinical l and ol..i.o.ed. I eheii, the law now on tIle statute .ook. So, too of curing. But alas for his fnnrity sued i tIle 'ontIIIlIlIiI'n \ gunboats for landing troop-
lrnt Variety Steel Blade! llow, Ithutisw Itcteeii the Norris and the South.In Late from Puii The Emperor Napoleon Las expressed his hope
di-patches on Friday
t which lie lived fur lie of the rcpoittimmut
ia ca.x of uiiIYieiidiy J legialaliou" I. the TCI itoilallxgi'alnrc was one
i it would
jianrithe fullunin erict.iimiin on its tncriU: ) tin j j.tgfIWI.t ncroinpli-h mtieh toward that peace will be enduring.
TALLAIIACL : *, "Lercly sin cehaijers arc deprivedof most useful and) pul-lie .jilrited citizens of Liberty in.:iting in one biotherhon l the Xoithand great agitation prevailed in Milan ; that Vie
German Diet Las
July 2C. IS53.
j tine : tli.ir 4 k 14.f. re lie fair by a cad and tor I South amid btrcr then the:, I ond of friendship! could PinNian population was indignant the Emp.'rorfur agreed to restore time eonlingcnt -
I pre i
"'i."II\.I how. and ] and fortre
pmple enterchangc visits to his promise.
miii it. It Kurj>a any'plow I I Lavectcr ecvn uf the same, and the Courts shah de'cide such legii- tilde nn.i'"f! 11.1 Ida life was nud.letmly terminated and than the-3'do. The; Neiith krous more

far tnj4ici'y. and ] the "..rM.1 l.ir-rt i-ti\e.l! ..r this useful informa comparatively Time sUtesmeiit of the Bunk of France (for July, RAILROAD CASUALTY.
dUI.tli'3 .t"II'N Aniwng l.iti..ii l et lx rucoiiMituticiiial, wvuM le the lut3- little of the social; and moral worth e.f time iith-rn
i it* ciltauUgis l* ;herrfpiJiljk' \itl wLid. Ilkdesuwj .. till:', tl.e'i'jjh in Li- county it was almost universally penile, mini the South i fully thows a decrease in case of oter eleven million Aesut'sv N. Y. The
I *, A .I C rgr4>* Iii .l'\ i.e! nuai>urs for ei-foreliig: ir Uequalty ignorant in this Aug. 3.- train on time Northern
iii.! .
e-LajipN 0-1.11iuU ( ticgio ran nmke franc
the tJ *ck ia half-vn Lour. ..f j 11*. I I .Jv-iw sStvuld' the tame be dihregaidr 'J J.i". it Lii,\vn.In recIted of the South.-J'Js/>nx. railroad for Albany, ran off a bridge aearSeag-
ilill .u j-inc Ibllk Ih51 I lill1llt three this This tender fins' the AlIgn ln Di-rntcl1, of an Prussia Lad ordered tIle troops on the rua_h 4o ticoke last
litre fujHnK-.li-! itherlo" ia HA*. fc4H-cis tt u!. is a pn'|*>-ilMin too plain lo bedclilc-d. 'April saw lunge by night-thirteen persons are reported lobe

aDd a. ctjJtsci 1113' 111.rcd.ti.n. 1 hate ,'I- It Ucertainl3. sue feint which thue-ouuthscauunet an-1) process in aloul ten minutes and inmicdialety the'3' "interchange of vi,it*" sound very well; but it h..lf. killed. The names of no Southerners have been
: J"1 fill set for this I will I.e ditlicult sunLit it Sn itz'I"lII1,11t:1l1 ordered the diabinding of the
to woik.
Our : h
f..I. rut and in time Einoke lout hhmtrumheated people ru
w'ill suet r.cc..e. Ktt < u v." -l I..li.'e i; that iLeeunctrvative were up hung reported nn.ong the killed or injured.
A \. ni 1:: with Crc at.d smokr all North to spend the summer in swarm, while only troops called out dining the "Jr.
l _- t)>ii.4Hrra ftlN4
((1 .\I'loiKta Ituok. sgl'ot-iuIg (.. it. It ir.mits thei.i to I.. inure : ire l. I uhiserirt'il l the Iherniomettr, the tniue Jay, here and there, a sick straggler, as a but resort TIle intemew between the Emperor France KENTUCKY ELtCTION.Lemrmssmecw .

q P(14. t A l\ftol.'i" Ijl. A fir I from the ji'vs eTdcalh, or a riinmr f.r soine nolion and Austiia octujiied nearly a full J.I,. In an ad- Arg. 3.-Henry CL Burnett, drimmo-
; Ol 1.'CJ that a j.tri. lHpU. Ljp t. alulc (be .* tl.,i.-n ,JtheLi at II o'clock, A. :., and the UK miry stood et Si)
,. I ff4.4i-i/m va4 Daj 14 Kurwufrrr-t, .M<| Aunts j I -:h *t judk-ial tnlniiial ktivnn la the eourlttutiwn: Fall. Thins tIle ,* roclhod proved successful under diahr resort to a southern tour. The |.piilar dream In the army the Emperor NAI-OLTOX states that crat, elected lit Congressional district

;t i ty &'.!" *.tc}< o, ".J."I iJif "j.weitqisg f. J theRCV ei-tor that w c are shaking with cl.illand infc f ed 1 the chitf uljcrt of the war ha* been substantial oltiine > In 2J DM. S.iran O. Pe-yton, dem. is very probably
j i. Vi. I aiv-l to lust c<4iHU4>n arbiter the South i U \10 illinj tur i-rctt tet?.
. Ij lt'' .r..i &iJ7.I. ny I. <], and Italy) will become fur the first tim elected.
0 with snakes and a
mosquitoes, drivers
i J I'ttt'v. Jae-L/mvillt. I'. I>rc < iMwk Job fr the mailer.Vierwc T. 1111113' of bi3 friends the stove will be but a savage negro L

t 1 1'iintinj Orhe-s lSi9.Thi \ .a. I .! in this ligLt UMD e''' "l't .!'oi al pro ifj
1 f I f F ii a 11'rih from ll (1. I'At- which would be t-haVcn ofT, if our Northern friend rule of the Anglian Emperor, will be Italian rather In 6th DM. John Y. Brown, democrat, elected.In .
1- :.po u t(-tMHt. BII it i ill tenuarti l, ii iic'l tlc "otTious tlave -heard sue relate, but to the public gcnctally tht--

l' ) t'I. I torcft1e J/.Ji,. ', -"11. 1h. .it-cos-i" iA I, eexle" r4TTCM>i le-d by I Mu:l.iJ aol Lis (r.nu""t'r- tmma) be intrrntill;. woul visit us in great number We say let them I tliah .Austrian and will be one of the Provinces Cth Dist. T. T. Garni ud, democrat pr billy

:: i ,I will (,1 iii..1 th- .*4isc. d.:criU.l ala ubut ill** rxevtitietn of a li;ht ...tal>Ii-In-! bj a 1 will add, that the process is I'3no tucnns diP.iull come by all mean We will Irenllhcni tot time IcslIhat or States of Confederated Italy. elected.In .

t :. .J (.:; Hie IH''C'J.II| 3 i i. \r) 4...lilaLt Iu Mr. lit ri C Of tlrt"IO ui4''%, t4 I..,.. h Inn
[5 4 c' 1 iMw. Price liomony" cither-and convince them Ihat erful and controlling clement in Italian Independence In 8th Dist Win. E. Sim, democrat, bablyelecled.
." >I. n-e|-c ta- AIrcsaV.I.. in the [ :. Senate hart wiuter Mr. Bit.Lu:4if Penii3lvaiiM IxCc-iite' ncjro did it alL ve arc pr

.I 1' 1 I'rtrj ', MaJic'Ure'. I I'rcn. JadimuilnSli .; !.-. I to made-] this dirtinctiuii '> clear that we will 'try rC resiectfu1hr not the barbariins, that they have becti la tight lorogird wl bile the Italian States that took no part in .

; I the war will necessary salutary reforms in In 10th DUt John %V. Stevenson( democrat elec
; U; j l'arJni G. TROUP MAXWELL us
,i t (> .l toi lc't ('Ilizijis. local ted
: l anti
; --- governments, must jield to the spirit of
a I-H"'! then diliternl l ly himinLicll the whc lejn
"Klttl i i. ihf ; between The notie'c tollic:1I Dr. Maxwell refer
.1 native !<' [ as appearing .
|1' ItailreacI nrt"t'illIII.l4 the Confederation. A general amnesty for political No reluins receivc-l from the 4th and Jtth Congres.ifmal -
",1 t ttJ &citizoi.? In 4>ti4< r word', wlmti it th dilur < ion i i. presented with great |I"'r pictiil3' anti in the CIal'If the Board ef County Coniinisciim. -
offenses will obliterate all discord clUlricls.
q nhivh .l causes or suipiiion.
"Dce they bear an u-tan al.ihlV. lie said
: If Ixon held Jill
\ rs ? county, 29th, lS.u9, the
t *arJ the (;..rurlk..t Lft lh* .I)<':! HT.i<'y.Alt :.tf-tllO.l.oj' funny Jfcat.-A [.rcces 1..1" re following rcbolulions h be'eii, ad'.I"Hre Italy will be mistress of her own destiny 4
"Th4l'" i-exrtaiuly a clear Ji..tilldic.n I been dne"t4n-d .n.l" r.f'stcure-1
.. vciy c- 4rutl3'
< They hne I lory l-c-en $\.t nt.t.n forin- Iwce-n inlirveiitiim (l'3C'4.n.r_ tu <.MalIi.h era MOTMPadlock tt Mar-h, oT Cindtmmmaioimielt jut by oidtrcil to be publinhed, to wit: and will be responsible to and for herself if she ALABAMA ELECTION.
I j: : i rc tmf. .IIJ111| | &U ut itWJ1 Ii!, u. LIIPW try sal' whut tell 1 lucy! i iI' e'liJi! bavriv-! lnaTt-rnittry.tr. ifv4 ti -11.:1.. l.intlueLce nauti .fall kin-loin be cured and rendered fit for 1. Henolird, That the repre entntivfs eif the county does not go on in freedom. MOBILE, August 2.-James A. Stall worth, the

r.u. in va v. the question e'f its market in minutes I be requested to obtain nn amendment of the law --- Democratic candidate
I lf *.'u-say tli ))1' t.1: f AJ"lln.ti \.tq-.; all .jy>.J ci.oUTi MorCn tl.* exercise of lLe |IIO\nr 4if C.r"M to ex's ces !i. Miuple and effective. As HX.II as the animnl (authorize at tie next the session; of Commissioners the Leguhturc of Leon) so ns to LATER FROM EUROPE.ARRIYAL ( Las been elected over F. B. Shepard, by three thou
t. about .I.oc cute iifi e5tatiishell l>3' a decree of court. I am is killed, and before Wing skinned Faa is injected County cotiu-
1 > ery INM.F block aft lo transfer the stock of the ic the Pcn sand majority.In .
g \ r 1 the vlt-cllon ', Irtifl..t all: co'I.'rec"l.mlllnt"I'f'r'nc; lo tnc<)uragetlaver3 through the arteries, and almost immediately the ly county 3- .
sVeI. I
1- .I J tH ecu --ntiilur:) ii i, tlmli sir They(uwl-tjtjztss are UII.\ ,yti-i for cI -. or l. ( lrr.1. or lo restrict or to maintain whole animal i i. imprt'rl1ateJII'ith it. Numerous cola and Georgia Railroad for the receipts of taxes 4 fVj: -OF TIlE. the Third District gains are reported on botli

.' I .q ptupuNr but mil< for other*-will do w' ..llttttf. "It the lu-titulion aiiul'he will 4>f the, j'ei-pl! lu of a CXM'riniciiU weie I tried triune: I the object wa fully paid 2. for railroad That purposes all in the snmuumty.JisolmeJ : sidcThe AJiertUer says : From all the indications 4

I : i b- railroad taxes, in Leon(KTboni holding be and receipts for OCEAN we have yet received, we arc led to believe
county they areimereity
lianVt (,( the rouitr': if al.nn I I tlutl iiia'v ariM as lo the UlnUoi. in the Ifiriloiie nets is pcrfectefil and tile proprietors hate enteredlargely QUEEN.
IJut thtjjj !. they of the that iff. has been tletted
appointed agents Clapton by a fiandtomi
count3- represent ma
t S I at their eiil ->. !I. tie r'ol'lon,1 the 'OIrLi."I l into tli pnckingbu-iness at Houston, Texas -
1ia.sn I -
tot.ecaul'itl.y -
--- -
uurt they -- ----
I [ ] her stuck in the Pen ncola and
. j I Ii :[;Ifi tli t" iII I lard litji1J nuHcik in their statue thc rights of 303 citizen mrlonsly impair. hpecimcnsof beef killexl and cured within ten to the extent of their Georgia Riilroad : C\rE It\CK,July 29.-Thesteamship Ocean Queen jority.

It Lf .wtiur\. nit.l iLinn-ixvl fir the war*-tlii* gvi. rniaul Cii. Ilia lemedy !i'4 in the ,'01l..1. anti iioliii (Vjigrc s ; iuinulei, with the thermometer at 80 degree*, have Compnny dollars of receipts representing receipts one(one share hundred of- Captain :5E\Bl'nT. from Havre ritz Southamton, with Tl-c majority claimed for CLOPTOX is about two
I 5 ctfoiJ but a qupetion tiny arise behind all there, s.f! that been sent on and exhibited in Cincinnati perfectly hundred. Downxu.'a
i a jijwoilw. tliri.i
.n.1 tan n. protcctloa stock and that the remainder of the majority over Judge in 1857
, f ) county stock Li\'erpool.Jatu to July 20, was boarded off the
the of and the cured
:4j i -tluy iiiu-t .t onh Now ufur i il' question executing an tabliahed rig'lt.1hr.e sweet equal to Lest meat in the ordinary
f it be .
tlli.Jou'l represented b3Ihe County Commissioners or was eighty seven.Correspondence
'I- 1) I be n caN in which whatever I manner Cape to Jar.
. jou think that < mucracy li.ixc been ''cL at..ut l may pout-r re I such agents as the Board from time to time -
;I' ; I lon enough on the foieigrucrs? Honor blight mains lo Congress fchoul-1 be escrci-ed to maintain TIle communication we publish show pretty con" appoint may LIVERPOOL COTLOX MassEy, July 19.-The sales of the Charleston Courier

4 I u'l you think that they have ui.ide )jt! < out cf that sweet nl.Jt | It cannot he elrnie.l thai the Senator (from Illinois clusitely (s-r : D. W. GWYNN.J'fett. sum up .OCO of which July 27, 1359.

,p ql:; Irish brogue *" .If jou don't G.'rI31, we do.ace-rut Ii tUr ani thiov] rich [Mr. Douglas,] al one time enlertainid the opinion: not diooter the ircthod for which they have re- It. 1 C. C. speculators and exporters each took 2000 bnleL'- I hive seen several statements in the Southern

\.1. jour passports anti ual into tl.s that such an CN.-C.IHOII uiight ntisfor i ; he held and ce-itcd a I'alcnt.-L.. FLO. A Join. All Dualities have slightly declined, and fur some paper, that if several candidates are run in Ito

1t / : j tire and burn them uralul"1 put .,131c1 in such raid (that ia rferrtieuto I'tali, such an exigency -. --e' -- A nirctirg; of the Stockholders of the Alnlnma; description it reaches J@J., the market for the Presidency it will throw time election inle.
Ifs 1 tln ; I hind anicn and that tu-! law orcnni/iiig the Territory and Florida Railroad ass to have been held III closing the House of Representative, and then the Black

II I I 1'ir It1ij I '1 ,tu{Jrty.the Kings native oars goes<>r olFe-r atrvlt.I.1< d the i l pressed. il'l ou.jht te. be rejale l l.; and Ihci.41.3he claimed A i arty ofiadies and gentlemen left here for the Montgcmitry on Thurfdav-, 4th instant. The read cry dull. CLARE SONS quote Middling Orleans Republicans will be sure of ehvting their man *-

j I I nity-all Europe in : be UI'rlnlltJ.1.'ut" i is for ( ..nrt-SS (he hicrlustdigriv of [| ..0'r tver pret.'n.I..lto North on Mond.13Lut.] iHttct of going the usual is said to be piogrcsaing rapidly, anti will soon becompleted. 7 3-16d. ; Middling Uplands 6j7d.[ Holders offer It is just the revere. If there was no other way to

I! \ i released and the i injury repaired Lut cot *. ; l l-v Cotsrznts ; anti this for the roajon that route by way of Albany, they wCTit Ify railroad to their stocks freely, but show no disposition to press prevent the election of A Black Republican caneli
tp 1 wl1 II the .lonii4in amid the date, running several candidates before the
iie't they r the leti people
"It the adojifed citizen ; lie nuist be IanIonu4 t. e < Kt. Maiku, where they took the New Orleans tteam sale
z ; j fate and left it ions t>f the c .H*. A Minll.tr state of facts in -- ---- -- would do it most effectually. We will suppose one
: t.liI.1 ( AnJ this !it the 4ntorUiuiucut ; any ., At that distance Kicked to Death by a Uuii. GOFRAL INTLLLICENCI.
( CVu short
k- : to whith the invited. other Te-rr'.lory wiI:1. warrant a rin.ilar reiuctty.hLouM cr r nr Kry. point, a : -Mr. GL.\DSTOSE'II budget branch of the Democracy nominate at Charleston
foreigner It- I II
I., :I uiotrac:).. BttU Maud: ui I-ervt-J by ri hta. the l.i.gilatirt .f Kansas
your lr"pt.ly3111t of the shires now in the TC'rI itot\- raciitioneHl accidental death of Mr. Wm. Lee, in nominate Stephen A. Douglas, the National Conservative
ii 1 au.II..t fialuraiir.oti'.ii. go l.y tie-fault t1.1 to with the J-1"I'i.b RailrrtiJ, oter wl.ich tCO. lie recommends additional taxes and the

if I l.such: degra.l!.itioii.-ISiufiuct, *J i,' and the court sl.otilil dc-eide such an act uncoii-ti. clod to Fcrnaiulina, and from thence by tl".lrav-1 time tlrrer part of Craven count3- The following levying a duty on malt and.F4rituous| liquors and Ciiltenden Parly nominate W. C Preston, Rives or
1,1..1 tutional. woull the i.x..uli..n; .f the decision i of tile or some other Old Line Whig, the
: ]*-4' I 'I I 1.L ur['iciu.j that t I<- f-'ctHuct MiouM 'hai c court derailed CVnzrcssional intervention fi.r flavery I Satantiahor Charleston. Tliisis eoi.icthing new frrthcr particulars have beeu furnished the Progress teas; also a further increase in the income tax. Black Republicans nominate-n they will do without -

life I t -.i: I Ii -bed S narrow,
.\ : I a.theatioie. New*pap>r when t1!.ey uudertakv Democratic plntfonu ad tino.l at Baltimore and era." The ronlc may look rather circuitous. hut it Mr. Lee took Lis gun on list Sunday: week and the Austrian War Loan are released from the in the field No one could be elected in
t ( the broad iloolriue! hunt turUes anti not in towards the Electoral College of lOG rotes, unless he
'j Cineinnati on of non int'rvrn- went out to coming got
to feak on qusei.ti.iissreasi.ig to cfT.iir ofe is certainly a much more pleasant one than that byway payment of further in!lalmenU.A .
llu tin by Congress, in the matter of davery ; but I night hit wife, becoming al alarmed sounded 154 vote No candidate (unless it was the National
;! uncut, .11.u1,diWu-"thctn ia an tllilltenc"Iirit cannot close my eyes to the distinction between the of Albany, with its hundred miles of staging.at a Lorn. This drew the neighbors loge-tlier who new Sardinian Ministry is reported from Turin Conservative man. who might make a sweep like

i JI Ha the &,ufjs(l tU>nec
: 1 extract here made calculated to in.vtrttft the reader? niaiatainance of the rights of the citizen, as defined ba surprised much of the Northern travel from found him atout half a mile from )Jm Lou e ,dead of War and President of the Council. probably be elected by the pee'ple. .

t i Nay, 'n 'rc-islll iho lu,ili"I.f tIle adiniubtralivn by the upfl'me Court. But this point more han this section goes henaflcr by Cedar Key. The lIe wa lyinson the ground with his gun anti a The Bank of Berlin has lowered its rate to 4 The Constitution then provides that the election
rer shall the Hon of
J .roy oilier hns I.III11I'.11')' judgment ; and my mind) dead turkey beside Lim. The only injury pcrcepliblc go to 'e Representatives, and that
j I on the question r'f'rrc to palpably luirfcprcent I It wasto day dwelling) UJK>J the very iiiquiij presented following paragraph from; the East FlvriJtamjf the uWit his benlv was a small wound in the tcmle. cent. from the three candidates having received the

t .d T Any person tiioi-t bay .wl..hat read the bv the Scmtor from Alabama (Mr. "Clay) to 21st ult. shows hint persons elsewhere ha'eoo.. an |' TIle jury of inquest rendered verdict of accidental -0- most votes in the Electoral College of 304 votes

"I'I I tlaboratc letter of instructions (r"1 Mr I. wit : 'if the citizen of a tlivehoKlin) State fins aright 63 e to this travel or nt least h\e made arrangement death from his own pun-the3" coming to THE ANGLO-SAXON AT FARTHER POINT. shall be selected and elected time President.My .
; Gas )I us decided I,y the iMiprome Court lo take the conclusion that he fired the gun which being opinion is that Se-wurd, or the Black Republican
to : to incite and convenient and
our B"I. by us promote comfortable FCETIICR Pots July T\iejtnyle-Safon\ from
l'IUklll. ,
a his slave into a territory and poMOb him theic ilu- overcharged kicked: and Ihat the hammer made candidate, would cot be in town at that time.

: "'cck In that IctUr Gel CdMi tOCI beyond every lingthe territorial exiatoncc, whence comes that I intercourse between the capital ard East the frUelure in the temple. Liverpool,July 20, wall boarded offtbe Point t -Jnr. His ticket would be No. +, destination Salt River;

1'n'eJilgaJmililtraton. with lle! cxce ption of that right nnd Low can jut enjoyment be destroyedby Florida : -- She brings nothing additional in regard to the basis for what Stale, let me ask yon, is sure for an abolitionist -

of(;en lercl. in de-fining and gUAJi g thc lights a community not possessed of the sovereign The new and handsome steamer Col. Coltercll", MB. AN.D }11\S. SIC-KLES.-Mrs. II. O. C. Hewetf aSouthmern of peace The discontent in relation to it was ap' when two Democratic candidates are in the
T lady, formei'3' Mississippi, is out with field, and a cons'rvative man, carrying witS him
power Tucker made her iu harbor
vf naturalized Ciipt. our
tie appearance
$ retuiningto land f their in LouisNATOLEOX
person e>
patently increasing prticnlarly Italy.
; She an elaborate defence of tile reconciliation of Mr. Whig, conervatice !Republican, Americans an !
\ What i is a right that cannot be enjoyed but a on Monday. presented a very gay appearance ;
m t \ Lirth. Justice .11"u1 prompt our ntilllLr to euro delusion and a fraud ? The Supreme Court has as she moved up the river in her, white attire, decorated and Mr. Sickles. We give a sfO'irnen. as we had arrived at St. Cloud. The Queen of dissatisfied Democrats? Nam the State if you

i what the Dcinex-racy' themselves .say about if held that the right to r4'j."C'MI\ li\& slave is in with various flags and streamers. The Col. find it in the Merchant's Record :- Portugal isdead. The latest commercial cnn The Black Republican (be he Seward or

1:j and not attempt to holJ them responsible for tic j the owner; but whit is that riht worth, unless the Cottcrcl i i. intended to run regularly between Cedar And Mrs. Sickles, she may be a blessing to many resort, at Liverpool Sugar and Coffee duH; Rico Chase) could not carry New York, Pennsylvania,

,' 1 crude notions he puts in their mouths. The l)cjaocrary means executing it toe furnished by C-mgress* Ke\s and St. Marks touching at the intermediate Rnhnb .the worst of women mentioned iu F.Icrc'l steady ; Turpentine dull at 36s. 6d. At London Ohio, Virginia Massachusetts, Illinois, Kentucky
j And what! is the right of a citizen in a Territory peifnts. Taken in connection with the Stage Line imistor was saved with all her family when I Indiana, or Tennessee, and unless he carried one of

I: place the native and naturalized citizen, ,worth if it cannot l>e enjoyed t What does it avail from the Lead of Ihe Florida Railroad to Cedar the city Jericho was taken and no other souls Wheat had declined one penny. Sugar was dull those greatest States he would not reach the House.

I } .jt home and abroad on the same footing. I the to the citizen that lie has the light, tinder tie Keys thi arrangement furnishes a reliable and expttiaiou I were raved-her father and good deeds justified and had declined six pence. But we will grant that Seward does reach the

,}. hi 1 11tiu! citizen commit I cfime in his own country, d-cit-ion e>f tJle Supreme Court to take his properly \ route to ixr-ons dosirous to visit Tallahassee her. *' There is more rejoicing over one sinner that FURTHER BY THE ANGLO-SAXON. House and stands No. 3, and that the conservative
t into ifs and places further West than in the and nine that candidate stands No. 4, how then?
4 and afterwards abroad and btcoitc natural5zed a.Territory majority may c1'prtltim repcnteth ninety went
goes TIle Paris of the London PUll
1 correspondent
The IIou
_._ fays 'e of Representatives, if Kansas b ad-
i. of the enjoyment and use of that property T Tlierc -! not astray. Mrs. Sickle, though sold like poor
'I i and then returns to this Iu will be that both the convinced that the La is. milted will be eotnpwed of members from
country Ehiperors thirty
is no coif-tituional ri Lt unless it can Le enjoyed ; TIle! sham Democracy."-Scvtinel. little Joseph has it in her power to be a deliverer >

f I 1,1 i' punished fur the crime, notwithstanding he may the value of that e nj<>'ymt'nt. it is true, may be less- from evil through grace, and a minister of good to of the treaty was too hastily made, and that it u in four Stater. Each State hiss a rote, 34. and lit

i -11 hate thrown e.f his allegiance in the uic.intiiuc.J .- i 'n..II.va general public policy or by popular There i* cue thing in which there is perfect aching hearts and erring sitter many respects impracticable. There will be pe votes are required. The election would finally

.; I. >>, too. ifs naturalized citizen has: been guilty of acriuie I rr..juJiee.1111.1; do not fee Low it can be destroyed ; agreement between the Opposition South an J We should rejoice that one man at least has but the come down to a choice between one of the Eteiro-
general of France candidates and
Congres representatives tic the Black
1 it is too true that the constitutional right of the the Black -publicans] North. flint is dared to de right-to return to his wife ; and an era Republican. Let
before Lc left the country ofl.'u birth: and 1 agreement Au'trin and Sardinia will meet to consider ns see how they would run
i owner to recaini his fugitive If, in some instances erring wife has preferred to take her own husband shortly
;{ afterwards voluntarily)' returns there he i is liable to I i almost de"tro\-ed in this w ay. It is for the court, found in the common epithets of' abuse and denunciation in preference to those who would gladly have had I the treaty. TIle Emperors ignore the intervention
1cm DesmoeriUi4 CusdiZ.de. fur latji ,
.t This 'C tiuiiersal I'I and not for to decide all of the Democratic party employed b3" both her from him in order that JUpiMttan
puni.luDfnt i I principle ( law. Congress legal questions separated they might of the neutral
powers. Vlrtriala------------------ 1 Coom-eMcst .... ... ... I
\. Js'or is the doctrine held that their .(.MllarJ lienrtid I I that may arise as to the rights of slave property in wings of the Opposition. The very expression used try to get her! TIle vomiting up of their chagrin I from Lord Suuitu Carommuia ---- ---- -- 1 Vermont.......... .. 1
: the Territoricl'. That is the Democratic policy; above the Sentinel is favorite with the nt the just diAppointment would be amusing. i if it Important dispatches PAUIERSTOX dated iomitmiaas ... ... .... .. I Rhode UUnd.... ... .. \
inaateri" can force naturalized citizens Into their 1 but is not clear that a necessity will never arise for by a one was not in such a serious cause. Cannot some one I June 22, have found their way into the public Arkansas..1 WiacniMiii........... .. 1
New York Tt iltune. So also with to other Detaware I New
regard Jersey 1
Armies and To ---- --- ---- ---- ---- --- -- --
a theij 'i pleasure. tDt.1e this the interference Congress lo execute a right decree reeomniendapanaccaforthueirdiatreaa T prints, strongly urging Russia to remain neutral Flma'tda ---- ---- -- ------ 1 $ Stew York........ ... ..._ 1
to done the foreigner mutt hate been of the court catoh-words, epithet and charges. What is originated Atabauna I Ohio lPrnnsjlvanla
\ aetttnlly I j The leading English including the Port - -- - --- ---- -- --- - -- -
TUB ABOLITTOV POT Pit The New York Tule Georgia -- -- -- -- I 1
in section is iu --

I the army' and -M-rlctl, ,'r he must Lave been --- one reproduced the other i i (the Government organattack) the treaty. Texas.----------------- I Iowa.-------------------- - -- l

called into (It stud !bare been before Gov.Ie" and vice rena. The Tribune borrows from Southern proposes lo make a political pot'pie, which shall be Tennessee..- -- --- -- -- 1 New UunpsUre..... 1
'u1 putiirhed j composed of many part, but so flavored with nig I There i is great agitation in Florence. TIe governiucnt MlsaiumppL------------- I Indiana l
------- -
Jesting for reft;sing Iu obey the call. ; Cass Ifaa trritten a letter in which he in for the paper, and Southern papers borrow from the 7'iiLitMt. tarteall Here the Calm5wmtma. I Ifala.---------------- 1Mu
t (. I goes ger as to nigger. are iujrcflients: i| las issued a proclamation. Provisional --- - - - -

I language i is : .. In ord,-r to entitle; Lie original gov- j fullest protection to naturalized citizens-.declares) Allegations of corruption, without proof are Looking to the North we regard as coining Tuscan Go\ernment and the people object to being NumeUm Itltaoms Carolina..... ..-. -..-.-.-..--.-..--. I t Mtcbtgan---------------ebi4 tu..v.- -- i 1

eminent to punish Lira f..r nn (tdlN.this mntliat i Llmstlf opposed to the rc-cpccingof slave trade, common staples. The South is becoming "die. within the scop of time organization we have indicaled replaced under Austrian influence. Minnesota--------------- I
such Democrats John IL Oregon 14
all as Reynolds, I ---- ---- -- ---- --
.t1 e committed wl.iltt: Le WAS and which! he considered offensive to the large majority( gusted with the present dynasty at Washington Keimhurky 1 Count in aasas-------.. 1
\tcn -ubject Garnctl B. John A of fifty tlion l Fiencharc remain --- ---- -- ---
Horace II. Clark, Adrian W. For corps
Mlisnsmrl. .... .......... .
,' owed allegiance (10 that government. The offence* I{ of slave holders and of the people uf tile South. In I whose chief ambition appears to be to provide for ray and John Hickman ; and all such Americans in Italy until the reorganization of the country. -1 Black Erpnbllcan - --1ft

: 1 Lave loon i the next he does not consider the enactment and take care of the Democratic party, rather than Nathaniel S. Benlon. Daniel Unman, James II. There are Democrats .
jmii4 complete e before LU ixpatriation.Jtnitift I place TIle most important towns of the Roman Stairs AcM MsmIamsi-------- -- ---- --- -

hate been ofsnchtaelsartucefhasbetnighitlace ( !! (ifa slave code" for the Icrritoiies judicious or to provide for and take care of the interests of the Campbell Henry M. Fuller and William Millward. I have sect -- ---- -----I -24
I At the Soutb unless niitundcretind their deputations to GARIBALDI.
we position
Wen tiied and f. it the sue.sneit I Id htt' && but lIe Lolds tliat tlie slaveholder going county." From the &litt again. "Tho pecula- 13
punl-he'd r I r..r. it would embrace such men as John Bell Edward Modena( anti Purma are said to be in a state of

l.i Jtpnrlr.ro... A future lial.ility (to eci 'c in t'' into a territory of the United States with hi!* chairs I I torsandblandercrsat W'asMngt.on"-.gaiDstthelc Bates II. Winler Davl. John M. Bolts, Emeison revolt. Anatiian troops are to remain 'as if no That vote would not be altered to favor the

Army will rot 10 scfficient: h.I:6. I cJLro ti) ojimf property. U entitled, under '(hue Constitution, to beI I the conservative masses of the North ore Jn arms." EtheiiJ, and KennethRayncr." I had been concluded Black Republican candidate ; for if as is most probable -
I And why should not this mess be agreeable? it peace the National Cocsenrattre candidate should
for oeh l Le ha his protected in the poiwossUon of his propt'rty. He I SU11 the Sentinel. "Swindlers and thieve, elegantly '
ran .rb'f er <.t tbargfd asks;. Do not William IL Seward and John Bell The Time* correspondent says that the peace be one of the three, he would be elected' by time

,-,llofiance. and has bcv mc I citiii e.f. th; Ci.5ted j would nut )permit Ihe | eoj>le of territory,previous remarks the Trilunt. If all the element Salmon P. Chase and Edward Bates, SchnylerCol produced the greatest exasperation and disaati lc- House of Representative, if Tennessee, Kentucky

"Mate"* TJit*. Ii If ide i ii u hut tho IXmofrney j to llieir kS, r.aiing the pontibililies of State COY of ('PJ'Ofition.t'untlouc.. the same taper, ii i1I fax and John Hickman Henry M. Fuller 'ud tion in Turin. Time Emperor is accused of being a and Maryland were to elect "opposition members"

.fray shout it." It Jif.ro sunw'what (,i'm the fan.tlrrt j -eminent to csclnJe tlive property by unfriendly eoubine. the eorrujiiocit-U can be driven from Horace F. Clark.bold precisely the sauic sentiments traitor in Italy. Hi reception was very cold. for. in that ease, all the States I hare counted as
In relation lo these issue r Black Republican would go orer in a solid body
stable cleansed and
legislation.. 'I \ cr and the ; K> on
temon, l>nt that -ditferenee ran le readily I po augean Certainly it U difficult todistiuguuh these 'ingredients and rote for the National Conservative in prefer

; .(tunte for. The $(tl"cl\i nnxli>at for an op I --- to the end of the chapter. apart They look alike they taste alike LATER FROM MEXICO. tree to a Democrat. This would give Hires, or

|' iiion' combination, 'ill which to defeat the Democracy t1rTIIt: Key West A't-y //!' (,'../1 says. that Il is a wonder the Sentmrt did not quote the following they smell alike, and over all the Oil podrida is NEW OCLEAS, Angnst I.-The ifeamshirxlndianoln whoever that candidate might be, 15 rotes, which,
I the nnl Arizona hare arrived from Brazos added to and Kentucky, would be a tie
cud it l If naturalized( citizens Lieut. Randolph tlteXSiiUd States revenue cut1 from the Baltimore Patriot dominant flavor of Bigger!-Albany'.Atlad.I. Saniiigo, Maryland ;
'ItbfJp and with Tennessee, one more would elect the President
'- with dates and IndianoU
can be Induced to. be1eu t1t the n"hl''tt'lluJ1.1 1 trr John Appletnn, 1\hik tin isis way to the wreck We charge th* Democratic the party with the introducing Tire Popfc*!"IIo50EA.i" PMSIDENCT.: -What does to the 29th to the Oth to be inaugurated in 1861.

thenlJt a*" 7ai citizens-neither fiah, heals nor I of the K.-heion4T Enterprise, at Cole' place, near mob ad law, destroying the foundations IUtyor of form Lt.1-of the epithet honowrj" meal July. They bring 17.500 in specie. Tie TriLvu seesdanger and defeat in the future;

foul-citizens for Im;'pur cs but not for Ot.r," Port LaudtTiMe. fM i.n with Tiger Tail's cm.cd:. lot-bo-Gonr.uwlli.sapping Like Pandora box i it I baa our been the Webster, In his unabridged, says: Honorary" .Dc ll4J" was at Tampico on the 22d( actually and. la anccditcrial leader 'of the 25th, It bee*,
j beseeches and implores the Old Whl s tie
intended ,
14. Cmsnferririghmonor, merelyto preparing anew campaign. prays
-4,__ ele-ctiou another who iJiwwe ition.cf: of-AbBott il.tlkh.LI". means .
good enough Morgan about time,but Indian errry dUpe source ** every.e\ curbed our confer honor." :J. Possessing a title or place Garcia at Matamora. had Usned Americans and Opposition,not to lea,. the Repub
%.cry poor stock after the vlrrliem: i ij .'vcr"thuey'tiny j f'1"...line ; and at anoUi point with f:ur ether 'coulllr-- ). without performing services or receiving a reward"- proclamation. licans. It offers to consider the elaisis of any WhIZ

:trtfli tut j tEe anus if r'1"ntnl: KiM>w N.tli- Indian. aim alMs appt-ansl Il'rr."tly.frlenJI,' tot l But'pcrhjp*'our iieigTil>T did not think it exactly According to. Weiisler. then the Pope Lt only tot calling the Liberals to Jmu. or American before the Convention nomisuit*all

0 cunning frntitirl tsrr.u w
"nc 1'ku1 ** "low .];an ni'it and .liriug.c holejc! iTene-rTplion practiced in Baltimore and i. not a & tanlul addilon tu Lu temporal power. wai fi-thutL'stk-ally received. I I Convention f>1! iu kea nomination, and will carry

L .. .*, &

-. -
;;; 'e-
.. ::: .- -- .-5. ",-- -
.: 7 ; '_ '. I .

-_.__. _. _, L

: .


_:_______ .. _. --- --. -
W" ---
-- -
: .4 --- ---- --- --- ---- :
I GOODS.-1859.

nan. .:.f.it.r >ill. **'arJ.frf S'atei that the Tri&*t MOW Zor.vtUtMiAL. deems I S p t cinL i 1-- 11otictEL1uL. t't'i Valuable_Inventions 0-_ SADDLES, HARNESSAND liMES & LIVELY, l lDE.un" 1859.-NEW Spring Styles ., r,

t I.
-- -- ---- I PEELEE.'SECONOMICAL Pi bfrii eni are cow opening
.-.\ protracted merlin, in which elif : : M\V): KNTSUKIWHAT : L \\ OA.liRIA.GKS.J.HI.X It is the largest and best assort Ji

(..r. ni de-nomination! ie ui.i.ed, in proclaiming li! .! I AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE 1:0- I f tl.e-j l.m e cri r offered for sale in Spring. 4

( ;..'i'|wl.' Ii,:* ken in progress at the I'!. R CLtiuli I IS IT ? I II It vi-i-t <-f the usual Taritty. We name a fvwBr'hle ,

Ala for more than a week pact and we foil i I in m.-li departmentawl will be hnppy t-.
.11 ACENTJaibs
\ I
,,:-'..!.,it: that a true and gf'nuineIJI lc.f ic- I I f II.MV ..r II il! i,r ant part cf tte: same to our old 1 .
j Jumie 21tt !8it. .
hive I"'II ) Fluid frieiidi! and the ;
l.i..n i* 'ldW poin on. Many porx>m I I ripphjlaclic publie.
I 1.,110 1 feel I Ihe burdeji This a JV ," /i''l'f.r.If. Its tJic ,.Hll of learned I Economical Convenient and
and111 l I. tcrliir f.r.ie1 rs The Most Ef'l I
them to earnestly !
1'11-,. tl-roi."'! a t'rll.-iI Rrdovtutr. 'I""fo g I !!,'*e ffh. It ill a triumph nf Stir*It fie Still fIT I II ficieat Cultivator Ever Invented. II "iTT an I lhhi O r.tll1r \ :
I f ml!. "iinjn.1'.i.:4: tru.1! I'r.ti, for servants .'r.r.
.> l-Ucve: uie alic-adt. 11tII.iI,1.. II.u.. is i a Chemical Uuioii of inatcnalii, 1'"illt'.II.) I --t. -
\ I ), i if it .!) M.!fa.lr ansi \''r''I1: ird'tf. far ItITr. in Tjiely ; al'pe
t I
thenrwcUiathe. : 1-roperlyntade.aid HFC- > II
-'i.-!, inc u. ti.. ini :iity influc-itce i. .livii.c. \Vt- Nature li> n- lf. f r rcrKloniii! ; pine THEN .
I II. < I liereiu, el!I t I : ii*;4>ttnui.t ol I.I 101. G...". Dii,m.:: Duo\!
1 I.M i. ii,','r *o.i tin- like in (VaU U-frc. aU. \. I II. Its s>cli.n is in obedience tu liiid lava.QiicK I \ thus prove itsel p'c 'ge in\e I Ituttii J-i. Cl.oiKlie. .:. ole. Cutlorudc., !> ..
the to those who pnrcha-e rights fir r1ilR ml.tl'"i\C'tI. hr.J'trdla'I"Il: the etoc.iiI en
UM rrnlt am] IiIM ....i..1 \1.IItt l,1. : .- tirney
I I. I li<"\" Po : : SIKE roirnurrL!
I R. lui1 and ta\.in time wellLmmomu tiinit, Mailbvro Stiiif*. S.eethmg.! SIjit.ng, Best
'i t ,ii,. uid-lin j b .I 1111.r..TC'.".-".:. ( s.poiI.2iA their plai.tadon trade vr (lit late ) : F .
', ; It -tnI1is tlw filings. biuk\ LitcLtc.tt *. I R<'quirt s but one Stock for any kin I Cn Iliad-, 61aa.l am) In. .ctll'i..J by him will t'ronliJee I Itbf' Tic., C..roe.! ''mrmit-re" Pii.iJs and ClieiV.
, I ,2. all tiflTfiit-it odois fastened aid taken oif illt.i" i.t nll i.s Ftrict r..v rccemtp a large anti fie-b supply of I ...
ivmovg ; !tf n i.f which: may be put on, !'t itmahiitrusting by at- : GOODS FOR THE LADIES.
..k. e,f rrflg'u4 tnLsI! I Imc L.rt I rf ailnle Lv Uru. .
kept giit*
Ilrurci t turus 'itli4n Uiiitcvitaii.tj ; I in one mi'inte. (toIlet 10 Lu.ineus :0 ftrllVl' It liberal patrm-nae. : ey vnnety 1'iniii nnd 1i.l1rt'.Il.:(" Musinrt: ,
_' :I.: ..JI .ur 1.iH! .'ach..Jay of. '.thy |o t week.t'.t I It is the- b..t l>r. parhtion vT u-'td for cIt >.A w .aij,!". i Is aJipted t" snd. snbvil 1 J.i11! ,.il..n.J, funeral cultixatH I J. 1- tL111)Y.Tflntassee. I LtvflI.S I'JYSlecS, the ,",11. and Jaconet llotci: .

,1 1. i"II t.:1. : 1 Mtl di-t ; !:' 1'icsbjlcri li.:in Min J.!rttr.\'. all 1 vojre-ta1! UNII.I| 511.ini.d: jf4'ii' ; "i, anl) may Joe tumed into a d'>nl>le! plow itI'e'lml July 1 G. 1 ';!. 2'J I ; ril ('tl--e.' ill aln ays fin 1 at (tl.i.! j'.iWis'i-Tif! afui $e iiilifnl, Frrticii Chintz JJ :> ii >.iiiiu ioi.v I uin |I.r.:\ Lr tiling-- are I It ulicTcs iu tew st'i.f'i: :* the I-le cf iiiaccu, : nnd i i. .msriIcieI tl.lit seed -- ----- .
and a : I II "I( a p'anUrmaybe ----- -- M)PJIT! 'f evfry ti.hig neetl.in! -i'r line and i>nas 1'rintetl Lanes an I MuslinEarNten : -*,
tinforefj.M' *t 1 ii.: Preslfjtrti.', a Cliutx-h.ia the m I liee!. ..! I attadieil to it, till Cttt of nlach will not exceed I n. t.\L \ITII. .T. w. nii\AKp J 1f. i Mx-r.ll tTir.s na thi-y ennjie had in any SonthornM.iiLut. and other st,Ic fin! Lain.

tl.o .it lnc Oft unitpraj r ranting eaiuelu It waller i Uii's; wlicii niuing ; one d.>l'ar.! ; Orders I hmy JUiIr otherwise pn>mptly at- Er.ili'h Prints, some reII.ibeautifur. .

'u&c a&d iViuilr era-r an.l iuttret t vtTn
Very gviural dep ii> i i.* I rapi'lly. HHJ etork which, may be made of common pineplai.k. ATTORN"EYS .AT 1J&VT rr 'ho1d .OI1IUUI.il\.lIna L.i1itIly
befell L.y tac u good so simply prompt time Li._> er.. we ft-el confident i in saying we Einbioiderecl Collars
iuan'lu.l we aic on lbe f\t"CJf.\ reiital in uzrp1sC.MOk0JS I It ckaie-a the teeth ami purifios the bre&lh ; I eld in the iron part that the whole plow! may be Ir"a.liiy I'LOIUD.\ CUT give them entire ssti-tscthn. Our StOCK eomDrue Ijtirn Canduii anil Lawn JlauJlercI.irfnivv: !:

JA.41f9U, Jy irt. The w.rkt strrptonsofTjphoid :1.I1t18t'all t Fever the con-monert Smilh after "',mre I I .
-.- I put up by _July 2.1..159. :0 .____.__ ._ pm Iees RiblxMi*. i'm.racds,Shades,Buttons B.I.Jiiii, t
The IvaiiKUk-- -CoitMilUlioual Contention.T. are mitigated by the use of this Fluid; it his Uen I obtaining' a cornet !.IUelO. Hie opinion of all who I -- uu 1 *. Dye Stuff: ,. Tacs, Thread Needles, Pin!. :\,.b:.
JlliT' r known 10 d.! ri the spread of 'Typhoid Fever iu 111I11'I have ec-cu and tiled it ia that it xti'd be the I Notice. Mrtlii-mmc Vniia'he,
> Lws*. i\pn: } <-* fn.m luor I HATS
I ill.! ii aiMl L-jK-n platitations.Leading weits aftrr .! I \ the Ju-? I II. Clcimiealn .'
Ii ft the 2!< tli.Tho ONLY PLOW USE j ate. apply to # Tuity
< i'y arriveM her Lt ni-:ht. haintc on i pi! fioians are r.sinj it i'l ClmrlesTon Cclunbia SIX ; A fine ,'rtment.! Black Ca3 im rc, f moJ!t! Merit/,
'.n.-tilutiuu.tl I Coiiniion has } I Probate of Hamilton eontit. for letter*t-f nd- Perfumery, Diiniins Fluid,
Kaii-j < nary.ij.j4vJ >n'.1ll11ahIIU"t:. Atlanta, Maeeni. Coluintu a* .v>on as its nWI.itsIre prneially known, and that nJ lratiun Hit E..tale..c'lll1nll1 S. Brvan late I'amts! Campl.iiie French Cable Paris Dnb Cit5zcn Urcmlway,
< "!: its Ijtani an-l will probably! .a-ljoarii t.- I New Orleans it small on Planter Antique. Krrtpir Leghorn, Can- .
Sdn.'Ioli1e! and several together will be but a
Montgomt-rv, taking years f aid deceased. BENJ. miY AX.Juy Oils (il.ij* Ware,
1 t> county
bui 1
Tli -.net utinni $*radically anil < r\
iiii'tr-'W. Pearl I Hair Florence Panama
ton. ,
and Mobde the
: Tbc lUrptUUbf New ale ported prci-cnt plow xpcnscs, beins; not only
will! inl ircm"1I1. iiwv 23. 1S59.! CO-Cw Fine "'inti"Glas-.
the I !
differs ( a\"t-n" Soap
I h.t r.Mn i i.. I niott coinnunt. but ihe.iH-6t plow xvhich: can bo n "LFaimcriinay aod many others.CLOTHING. .
using |
4'xtcuJ the! of to -- --- -- ---- Fine Tooth and Hail Manufactured( l Tt l>acc<',
.irh Hi it .i!.'tt not rig'.it suffrage >
in : .. n-i.nuC.cl fit their of '' t tI
'tei I 1y Se-nter "
; Hospitals corpnratk-cs i-li'p ma preieni supj> HOW TO IM) GwiD AM .FT lAH FOE IT. -T l.O ltmuhe', I'.itotit Medicines, i dc.Ragl .
i:rsr n our pul.hrati
111. Iatf' -UUturi i. locon lc.f u\' uh'-lw. fI.I'aol'fft. | an ) Paint luhrs. Fine Havana Segars ::irs. Sacks, Frcclts and Coat. (>f {tt a.U1 CIotL.Drart .
t -'i.lv- ne '.nator j reduced rat<-<>. I tIe wings off tIer: wruuj'it Turning Plow and fix Bueli th 're car lie no jx.>-iliiiity if los.. EvtryFaniily Surgical Instiument, Medicine Chosts, I tIe! Eta: .tc. .t'. Pants of all grades, front best
1"prei.ntath..nJ For ae by dnijiiJ aa.l eotmtry merchant: gene fir thi will l." glad to ol'tain conic of them. For Cass-imere and Fancy Linen Drills down to
I Uvn nKrt\fa tile coj.iK .1 I and ell"lIllOlIlO".raU
T"pc'ka &ai ternporarp ( l order n lic Jod. FuWLKU: A \\ ELLS.'MS mited to Plantation Faniily use,
( |. |..'ntHlicin; a enrnpHitor f r the buii.r..I.ln. rally ruin \ ''tn ore "5ptully -0- particular ad.Ves *. Vfst, of all sorts. Shirts. Undershirts mini
at loOkt ioc Lottie. l'nce Su cuite. FollowIireetimtr. ) ,> N. Y. purposes.
Try aJway Drawers Hosiery of all sorts Collars Stocks Ted
inJiC'Ititt" alt (hat the r.ttitkatum of ll: l J ELEI SG ;
..inMitntioti will I* ,'i1-ocl'.n"lr tipin-wJ l. tlirjri ;I -ALSO- Gloves and I't'k t Handlerehitf>.

"I ..IIKKTIJ*'* .- it i' .JMIU? la.M ,-tlif muuxaluMon y. i JS": rinnuf.&ttured p-Jy J. DAlilJY.Aubuin.in tl I e T.al'arnt..rl"C Alt.Tw G Tax Sale. .1 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. SHOeS: &. BOOTS.A .

1:1: : .f th) :' I'iatte l Utiirt. thC! fOX e.f fr. n.<.- *..1c in TalLLvsee by AMHS A LIVELY uiiMjnin uminiDuiun, ]'-> Yirtne; 1 the authority vetted i in me l\0 j hat D. H. AME5, M. LIVELY. very lar;c assortment of the Lest makes, .rIjinlie '

Ln'C: *, 1.I.i\ili..u..f n.u.1. iiut i ', tiie pi; '' n at: ii I.and ly Diwrgi greiwr Ily tiiouglmut the State.N. ) I t'lull! cell on time firet Monday! in December May 14, 18:>9. 20 *. Gentlemen and the rmi.ing gcueialien-..-all I. .
the jrctcnt \\''Icorll t.IIIIY.! hu-h iucu! !<>, nest, bei>re the Court II"ul'er in the city iT Tallaliua'ce ------
Talented June 21st 1S30
B.-Pei> ,
tit! ;'U r.-i, >n>-lu\e all l 1..11 .!,.i'AI,' I .! can Lave it lt.c c-u rcaaouab'.p( t. 11:1. t It" .iidiVt I II clutin; It'alJuur!, at public 'Iul..r)'. the SUPERIQR BURNING FLUID, -\1.80-

--- I Piof. J. DAUBY.. A DA l'TED to the soin:: nnd distributing of any following; lands I Uing iu Leon county near M.iniiing- cMPIE1TE: : HARDWARE;, FANCY HOOD,
I _/ \_ kind <>f manure and fertlhzei whether fine orCiarse. too, viz: The Vf'l of the X W }. ttion 19, Town1 ,
lnnouncf nunt( of (!L:aniihtrs.i March! 12. 1853.- 11-ly either in broadcast or in elr.ll. Any cart mrwagmu slip 1 2. Est t. North containing SO acres more or Ii I nos ENe & jLAifj OILS. NOTIONS CROCKERY.: GLASS PEnFU WAR IEnY},:'.- -

-- - On" olit'S.t l.re" alenl, n.Iiit tile paniciiInf I on a plai.tiliou may be readily fixed for this: I Iis. Sold to }1"1) the State and County taxes for For sale by AMES .LIVELY SADDLERY, TIN WAR, Ac. &c,
tI'IIII n) n'r. In.uLk..tIftC'an.1 rc'nul di.e3ws 11,31 11..1. tI,. Iiuiiniiitir.Ii. 'purpn at a tutlin.. cost Any planter giving it a the years 1S31 '5. '0. '7. '8 and '). On'ntr not known. May U. IS:!. 20 ALSO .
;.11. I.-ti-i put .\:'. I-i.r a ( inc tmn .the iiitiItmIiiI.j ; -
fair trial: and fin !in? the above to be not true will i 1. C. DEMILLY Tax Collector. -- --- -
authurjzol to I.abtc'n mllnua'il briiiing r"rlb "UIn.'roll' PpPe1I A Full
2".w"Yc are announce The OriginaTExtract Supply f Faniily Grorrrts-Stl/
his returned.One 30tdsMaster's Quality
,. f..r u ..I'nlllll'hll'ur.: let L:1 Wllbout r.-eL J'r. J. have money July 23, Ib53.
I*. P. IlOOrr:, CMJ. as a (.D.n..L&te for AasocuteJuMioc /..,..;.....ii "\1'\ ..",....I amit c.-t.I.raJ T1v.icmn.. hi: nitrwdejtn I <>f the greatest labor saving Invcnti<'us-the --. Tens, Sugars,Coffees, Wines. Brandies,Rice. Flour
turmismttiZ lhc pn"li "ita \'nllIZlhle Jtr..JtIlr.tionr. Corn Starch Soap Ctllcllt'slIatr.I.S pices, Candies. Burning Fluid
tbn! fanners have so lorjj needed. .
tlio Ss. Cimit of tile Stale at the Sale of Slaves
vf :
'rc-nc very
| U. rur' I..r ant Agile.. TI ict.aly! nI imirreaflt I and Oils, Tobacco Snuff Cigars and Pipe*,Essences. !.
. (ld.,1Aorof.i"n.. .1...tIt.11"'I. ) ,...1. r..r tIt: nillt "." :.n t time unietrniMi. on' o --- \iitue of a decree bearing date of the 1 l.'JlIi: PREPARE1)) 0Ir61y j for Pudc'injrc Tee Cream S.tI'l1incI. PreserTc. SaocI. Pickle! S< .l.i. Salt ama! -
_____ .... .IIrnISig i 1!. hue ieI.- r.1 il.Ulloll/ Ufl 11.ole wii-hiivj to purrlkise Sta'e t r County :h'! 1 BY .i_ Cues D.inca: Mangf',CularI.. Pies Porii:'.,tcU.cciedlre.hby j ji.r.
u made lli3 Hon. 1. Wax'I leu
of July immaL by In fact tIJinguS\1\lI\t'allt"tlioliflUl'
,1'.1 t.v lie) r..ilJ..i tItnl.; cure Iho for either ef tl.e above In\nti"I'.*, or wi,hin; to become 3Y AMIii Jt LIVEI.. '. so om. every
J& We arc nuilmrizctl tit :1UIWUIICC 1--" r .nd \gllC'. 1'1' 1I..t"'II.r' ..10.11'.1..11.o11 I : IiI.tiIiLOI ; sale have lInker Ju !ge of the Middle Circuit of F orid.i silling ] and perhaps some that are net 4
fir the "
.,,, agent* right, now an p- 21Congress
DAVID 8. 'W.\U El. *-/ iLi 'ity. atlluar.Ji.! t. iI.ii1ant.aim-I "t.,11 a Iilitrie-t! u>tram o.Uor! j l'I"l'lIn- f-r great grain. I in Chaneerv n ecit'in cause therein' James I Ii I -MaySl.lbiO..- ------ -- --- All ot which nc will be :!. to sell tt'i tile mimi!
I rw-rlunitr Drouice John D"tKal! and! John C.:McO.h.-c are McNAL'O Ill ORMON I D .t CO.
terms. .
f lLo flice .f Aftxxiate Janice of th. Snprtiiie s.t.t I II) 4reeist; e.I .1o1 1 1'iwrt1y..ever" "Itl' AJJ.-ess l cv. JAMES PHELKH.Tallahassee : .
r c IsT" itO :.1it'rI.t-imnut in Knottier column. I II eopinLuuauts, ncd Sarah Ann Motion, Eiicptrix, vte, I Water. New put. A pill -J, 18.VJ. 10
'. Ult of Florida at die enitiirg Ot&4j fr vlrctivn.C5 1 Fin il.m. I > .
t > ani Tuibutt H. Bdl'n.I
Oatlin. J -- -----
I of M.
A. tf fSv f
--- '- --- -' -- --- I My fc-ii, A. J. PEELER will net as my agent at I FRESH Sb 1'PLY, just received and fur sale
OUITTMISY.I'Kilat 'I are defcDdar.ts. I shall, on tic first Monday of Sept V AMES A LIVELY. & Summer
The friends of lIon. CIIAS. tl.is place and is authorized; tu sell Individual) C<'un- j by Spring
r : / I )<.I;. L<'nJt.uii e'... \ a-, oil Lt.. Blh of JulyK.r.rT I, I t ember omit, that ia tosayon the fifth dsy of ScptcmIwr .
asent for the sale- of 20White
t.r. or State Right', or employ May 1-1,1S5
I II I. DtlXJNT aaooutH Lini ca can.li-laJe furtlio on of VrgiMla; E. aol Dr. IVjrt Gornian, ajiJf lime nmC'. JAMES PEELER ..lf 53, sell fir cash, at public outcry. ltfi>re the ,- -. -- --. G POUS,185 9-!J. I
r.vtnitt an-l Iu '!Is. I Couit house door in Tallahrssee the ereicnary or '
,,:T.:;v of Cli I>f JaMice of tile SUJTOIC Court of June CO, IS 00. Sl-lv : Lead.
---- remainder tuttrett of the Estate of A. M. Catlin, de ----- -
-- -
1 11.riJa.1 I 'cd said Sarah EX rnA ami No. 1 Ground in LJn- "'17 E cr* now receitirgalargeandfull- '.
---H tice.----- ceased iu the negro sLvc-s as igl to pure
-- --- .
C. C. YONUC Ks of West I .31 l tlu i bbfrtisnncnfs. I i Ann Cett.n fur her dor.tr in lid estate nnd their increase Oil, ji.t bt received and for sale: by f f ./ -Ii"

'i j., : J. l,4 to-tvit: Mary and h.-r child On, Willi", Ann AMES A LIVELY. assortment of tit'KlXU f, .

n.l'oh. is Uvrvl.y |>tv.eJ by Ids frksnls to tlc .. -- cJIlHWTffl.l'S I '-.. Ji..J J ... 'sS. nrc iiid her child Freil 1 lihuund. Jams Fanny and her May 21 ISIP. 21 .(: SUMMER CLOTH7A'(7 Ac -

\ ,t,'rof ilwr !*tate fi r cl *tM n to the oiTir of A* Sadie & Potter I children Mary Guy, Iliwc and an inf iut. --- -- 'amirutletnen's
11. D. HILTON, Master. E\OS.! Guava and Cm rent Jellies, Prunes ( fur
HK-iate Jnx-ire of tVe Sixine Court en the Cnt I rniin TALLAIIASSCC RAIL ROAD COM A- Speci.il I' r
; [ & niOTCGRAPIIERS; I _I_ NY are how 'I'Ct'Iinci large and ci'mmodionWi July 23, 1S59. CO-tdn .J P.-.irs, Sardine?, PicLlc I Outers Brandy Peaches imiulming Rood of every v-- & '

lfl.LiyoMd&rat11.. re.II" nsci* at \tllb., in addition tilheo.itpresent Presi-rvi'd Lemoin. l>ran- <. Pine Apples and! d 'Ecriplion.youth*, dolb.a..g. -'
I FROM: ESTON.TEXAS] Green Gage Marmalade, Len'on Syrup Raspberry : .:
there ufiieient to | rot i-ct from the weather "NEW'GOODSr GOODSlA"7E Ginger -
::i9V0 arc authorized to announce. I I .. ESPECTFULLYnnn'"lm'e all cotton or other articles C merchandize t.ir.g over \ I NEW\ tlo. Strawberry do. Pine Apple.vand Gin- .

1) P. HOLLAND.; :-.. a* a am HJate fur .--*. : .. '. 'f"'' .:.'. .1"I l" the I the Road. --0--- pir il.>., Kflspbcrry} Vinegar Frebh Salim, Ix>bster.Haddock ALSOA -

late Jwliee at Ue sn.ipg tltioa ia IVtwl r I' -,'", z-. ..; l IhuIIS c'f tins place 1 and I The cars will be urn-ins toMovlied'oby. the.Mid are now rcceirin our Stock of SPHIXO AT llalli'but dud Hi.id. Assorted PicLle-3, full supply of Black and Colored CI tb!,
and' Porter.
",'\. I. ,. --. ;-"l,::,9"Its:"" "iciuityll.at I they arc I die ef Seitember when lie Irancjtorlation by w agonto > SUMMEIl GOODS \l.ic'l'e! will sell very Scotch Ale 30,000 Havana Segars- Black ant Fancy Spiiug Cas!imer.., I
Ito Tlu'ImM\'i11e and mljnecnt eoI1"Iry'iU bo e 'n"idcrably .
MeT3V Silk and Marseilles ,
- z' prcpareMl eXt life low fur CAMI mini to prompt pjn! Custom, AMEs A LIVELY. Vesting
lIon. JOS.: UcCAXTS ofFleirida .1 sh" itfned the di tanee from Th,'mas\ille toMoiiliet1 Drab Arabian Gt1ce.;
The Pluck D Ia.
ir -,} 'Jh-Z..l/ 'It.r'po. .1rlJlft!. ; in Alpaoca.
: coHitmy pert atftjilon: May 21 1. IS9. '
** i rii.: .o being about! 18 or 20 rnik., over A good --' WLne, Brown nnd Fancy Drillings,
< !I"pl'ompt I -- -
hJ.l1 U Lcrvby cesit. ty his fii"mU < _;
| ( it X/V' ly. 11111 ill the bet aud ro.id.Tl.e Dress Goods : Cod Liver Oil. Duck and Plain Linen
ti the kutrr or tl.e: State (T Ieeti n to lie ">>! > < : -.. '/ ; iiioet approved etyhe.I rates cf Freight' and Stortge'iIl remain tic Urown. Grey and Black Silk mixed Sprinj Ce'at-
I\tk.h DI'\I1.le Skirt Silk. (;in .dine R I.ti7.p. "I7MIESII AND! PI! RI-ctlmecritbrnteml"Drami.l-s":
of .\<. jeiatrJustiev.M.iuJjy .'fi1.c l..ue(ourt oa the Cr,t22bT Pictures taken on Pa- I fame a1 la2t year on all articles. lQulle Skimta 11 i iiig for stilts.
RoLe a L..i1. Silk- Ho-romnn, Clark A Co. .t RnshtonV.For
in Uft lwr matt. I tinl Ltatir.!: C'.n\'tai..t fur binding iu1 1'f: '. Am- Mr. J.\!. L. H\MXMHI havingxfn nppointe general Lot HII'lIll..re Silk. I. La Iiimyade.e ale by AMES .t LIVKLY.: All of which) we arc I'r'rtr..1! t. nt nnG.<:tur
I Ijiot |lel :a.,1 l I'.ij.iieiie-utjpfscopied. and enlarged' ,I superintendent Uth the TLl1III1HllIlIcl the Shirts J.meoneta romptly in the best and mutt fa'hi'inable manner
D..IILJe JupeOrganilies, ( May 21. lsttt. 1.
:2?" AVc are authorized toannuuncc if d It .1T.. P.m eat P.I: .s otel Loeketifilled.. I I'etmcu'aiLUerrgit: Itiil ]Itoad.any eoinmnnieations Si. irt" 110..1:1 a LimizeOritandie Ilenselye us a TALI.
d on business cf the Road thiidd b. directed tf' him lv of Mr ALLEN'S PRATOR1US J CLARK.
I .I;: :iii- -.tj-1ti this /I\Tn 'r '1' arie h" C'u Role Laaze : T 1ST RECEIVEDApp *
lion ALEXANDER IKXAJ) candidate f..rAvulite' a )
a I early call is des.ied; us their ttny, vill be eLoit.I at Tabmhia.e0.! I". 11. FLAOO Smc'v.t7 n..uLle skirt fj Hair Restorer and Zilobalsammn May 23, U::!. 22
f the cr ftc r.S.,. Seiitiiul Mad.iHin h''n.r.l'an I1 Frund, Rube llIglrc.imi, Ihmrcges. .
Jwstie --- -
c> S'tiprvnnCourt >o.-ns at City note ii AhuClliI Rube Laizeu Fur sale by AMES A 11\\I.L Y. --- -- ---- -- ----- -- -
I a
Angus. 6. 1859.; :2 Quinuy ltejubli .J'ho.1asvi1e: ilUvrprise and Re- ltettengotta5, 1.01111 BamyadereVlantillas May 21. Jt:; 21 ::1/. U. "'\I'\. Ill. CM._."ulnK. : .
-- -
weiks. -- -
cutccir coi'icr.J fxirter e<'I'y| 8 -- --- -

.7. \\c arc aulliui itxxl tw nnnounoo.t Medical College of the I July 2j, I 1609. CO-Sw------- ] English linseed Oil, PAPY & ARCHER,

WAYLIIS I-AlvIIR: asa canJidato iir th e>flVeof ----lrotice A J'Lln ARTICLE bulled! and raw. For sale
State of South Carolina. .A.11orn.oya n1 Lnvv7
JaJjs of Ui MiUl- Jndicbl (-u -I:vf Fiori ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES OX nuJ! alter thin: date Mr. W. W. Annll will lw Kmbroidered Collar, Ribliou Trimmed Collars, AMIS & U\'ELY.Mty TALL.\HASSEE. FLORID l .\.
at the eawiti Ott J>or tlection.J in f'r
: rl"'JIE associated with the the I
-- iu:'tull"n \ill commence sos Sett, 21, 1850 21Compound July 0. H.0. 25 .
** We arc aulhorizcU to an&onncuJ J/u/i'tAiy: Xuiiiir.! on tl.c f.>lo! \iit; ; branches: M'COMli'S COTTON PRESS A IRON: Till and I Minors ImlKl! IbndkcreliicfsMarseilles -- --

I Amt.-i.\: -J. I HOLliROOK: ) M 1) All letters enclo-ing orders or other business, should Collars, White arid colored Gentian :

UX\\:LL nKJTMAN( as a MMjJdate &T the Ph'nV.e": .*'-JAMis I: !UOl'LTRIC I M. D.Safgery be addresvrd to Poiiit
otfio of O- -k of the Circuit Court for Leon county : -.J.CllISOLM. M. I D. fur all orders! to be handed in immediately, to have Edgings A Inserting, -

at the raMiing (loetion in October ttrxt.O" Im'titutci'm..1 1'1'actice-E. tiiIINGS.. M.O. them ready fur tic prtstnt I Real Linen M ATa 911FE BITTERS are an infallible: remedy for FLORIDA RAIL ROAD OFFICE >

Mateiia Mcdiea] -HKSRY! R. FIOT. M. D. I Crf'p.J.. \C. POINTS. "*els A Girdle-s for Trimniincf Basque, .1 I'.illcus and nil disorders, arising from a derailed FeniAxwcIfelh: June, 18;'.'. J

[ We arc authorized to announce'AMUCL Obstetric*-T1IOS. O. I'I:10 LEA: 15. iL D.CTeruMry I July SO, 1 si?. :31 F.itn-y Dress Tiitnmings, IJi>nut Ribbons.Ruban iHhtion of the digestive eir nns. l"' <|it"|.i.i. hIhit- i i. hereby given that on and aftr the
-C. U. SIIKPPARI). M. H.V'IItClnlatllr I Dntlia" |Fancy A Plain Belt ltii,'", i ilr, Li\cr Complaint Low Spritsuntcf ApjxAMIS ;- NOTICE I the of
rates Freight
V. AVILSllS as a canJiJate T sr ink of lite. lr. For sale & LIVELY. next vatliis
and A.iVUut Professor of Anato- For Sale. by
T- Feather Ed{e Trimming Ribbons, real mil bo increased.A. .
Circuit Cotut at the: cuMting ..U'ctlou in :. 1-\- May 21, 1S59. 21
icon m-FlU :CS T. MILES. M. D. NEAT AND Fancy and Buick Velvet Ribbons, IL COLE Sspeeisk'nlcuL
-- ---- -- --- -
'IXT II Xt. AsHftaiit i Demonstrator of Anatonn-SAMUELLOOAN. : NO Also A t June 25. 185t). 2&10w"LADIES
I A nearly new. .1 BUG-if fl Chantilly Veils, I Fancy A PlanvFreueh .
G. Maxwell M. D. _
-- -- M.D.CLINI&'AL. : I Troup
illt t"t short --- --- -
(iV wc-11 fiiii-hc-d, and has been ; a Flower", | Parasols it-.ijbu', ,
We arc authorized to :snnonnccV. LFJJTURES: arc eleliiered! twice a i time. A luigam can be had. Apply to OFFICE et UKSlDKNCi; CITY IIOTIXTtiJlahassrr DRESS GOODS

1I} \Y. rillN as a candidate tcr the oflu-eof wnk .t the Mai inc and Rojicr Ho><|'itals: by the : R II. BERRY. FANCY .V STAl'LC
1 I1ijMrL.n. and Suret>n of the irttitution. und 1 in the Fla. nil SPKIM2 OF
i'Urk of the Circuit Court for Leon ce-valy at thecnuiBgelertion 31 __ DB.yo CrOODS :
Faculty Ward i.t the the Profcsscrof
Roper Hospital by I -J1YH'id11ees January !9. 1859. 5
in Urwrt.. Sargery.Hie ax &c. Fancy Brilliants, qJllJUr"I'' ---- 1859'
-- Mu-nlms, prown Shillings.
Aintoinind Raoni .i:110: opened cathy: in I ri"HE market will be paid in ea'lm 1 DR. J. A. GRANT
Iligl'ht price
ci*r We arc authorized! and requested 't'it er. u tI 'r (lie direciiun: of the Dciucuatia, J. or merchandize. Sir Hides. TJo wax and othr I N Piiuts, mC'\cb"' \ T3I -
44 English Prints. A Brown Drills
COUNCIL .. KUYAN for Clerk and Lectures diiiund.IlKXRV: D. C. WILSON A SOX. Dentist
aoiMMiKe country produce ty ii Surgeon vtTXLSON7S.
French Mini Pla ds :> GmSpriiiS
R. FRO!T, ). D. Dean. 4-4 1 'ters .
; White A CoI'd .
AIn't R, I" '.:. 32-4w: .. _.- I larseillesI'rt'I Checks. T I AVIMI locatedim."r. -.
-- -- --
lertlun I In (MUMT next.KT -- Fi.jne Clotli Malboro Plaids A StriI ', 1 1. t .. Hoods.TMHR : p
-- JOHN: II. 1.HKL'S.W I. E. HK.41'. I Talinhassec, will (loads, Spring) ( ( ,
-- ------ -- -- ------ 'Fancy Cottonidts .
Just Received Ht'U'mllS'ill: : Mus'in IK happy to wait on all' % r. .
: 1110 friends o( 1)OAII) GEO. W. & JEHIAL READ. Wilt A Doited Swim Mm!Dine"Denims, those who are desirous; J'" undersigned! i i. DOW rcceifioj i (torn New

By Las1 S1oaD:1.cr"fo : In.lu Twill Long CIl'lbBrot'n & Bleach Ciash. '. 1_ Yoik via Savannah, n i-tocl of .
CAMERON IlIU'ftt Lis nnaie to tle voters cf bun of his BervIO-! A 1\I 1 war}: 7... _

*t a canJiJatc for CK-rl of tW Circuit Court at the BARRELS FLOUR, r'-. 50 Warren & 120 Chambers Sts Tape Cbc<-k'. \Pillow Case, Cotton and dime by him Imewananfa ; f '- LAHIES DRESS GOODS

10 Mol.( Stigir.Lb NEW YORK. Ladies! nlid Misses Open Linen to give general satisfaction. l' ,

flection. i i. Oetwbor. 2 !.. Dneil Beet woik I1.>t', Linen Shirting, Dr. Grant wishes Exn .\lao

--- ----- 3 "!.I!. Lard. MANUFACTURERS ,WIIOLLSALE( DEALERS incline Muslin, Allemlale Bn>wn A BleacimTimomnpsinis to call the attention of .. !....uora Robes. ChiuU OigandicS,

T.VX- ('oLLIcroIt.rria 3 Ticrcf Ham!, IN" New Stale ofl 1 4 8hirt h those suffering wiUi Organdy 3 JJkif Is, PTUl JacmoeU

We arc requested to announce lOSacts Cofree, llooiiskirts, Fancy A dim iped Drilling, tuothac-hc to an excellent medicine iDmtcllly himself Jul.. Crape Moreli .
White -
.'.\:lI i T. IMKLEY. CcntrcTilKaiacandidate 10 Cache Bao'i, LArIlS,. CPS, Ladies Corsets with hip Navy, ills Duck which will give immediate relief. No persun tj"'.':: a Lez ] Solid Bareges. .
Clieap/orcahh. R A. SHINE J supporters attached, Farmers Di after once it will bewithout it. In all such Pine Moosiios.GfcnHdirte
1 ? using Cart e'Robtrs. Apple .
for Tex Asfe end Collector f Leon ct ;
*or ( county ]BONNETS FIJnrEnS() &C. Canada Cassirncres Planters Linen
-- Chronic and! tharbcit
I ---- ---- cases as Neuralgia nervous Robes, J French Lawns
the election in October n ..t.jJSf" Notice. : I iersiamm i Casslmeres, Brown & Bleached Linen cannot be .x 'CI1't1. He has also Dr. Allen's celebrated Printed LawcS ami Brilliants &s., Ae. '

-.- Hare now ready a Choice and Desirable Stock <>f the, Mack Drab Dcta Dock Tooth( Renovator and Cleanser, being the lit.le Plain Bordered and Moir Antique Parasols

We arc authorized to announce DURING my aUe-nee from the State. DANIEL above gnotls t ii w Inch they solicit the inspection of I Farmers Satin, Chinese Grass Cloth. I user of it in this SU.e. Persons wishing their teeth 3Iantflla! French Lace Point, Velvet TrimratJMaotle
(: XISS is my general Agent and all Firfct Class Pure Layers-by the C.uc ftr otherwise. cleansed will not fail to the lJr. .
JOSHUA. \t"XnEr as a canJi.lite for Tax- beanlifully gce aeal1. *. Chant ilia lAce Mantles and Shaw.
Attorney antI GIDEON; F. MORRIS i is my Agent CATALOGUES containing description of Goods, At present he can lie found at the residence of Bnnnet and nellti.Lborut. Dress "rir lIning". Ae. J>
As'essor and CciV.c-cic-r c f Leun county at tic. election and .Attorney f>r the management of my planRttioii I with attached sent by lunil on Arl'lj ltlon. .
prices P I Boots & Shoes : pi Mr*. L. 11 Grant or a lime or two chopped at the D. C. WILSON.
in October next. ia Jefferson County. E C. CABELL. New York, July S3, 69. 3U4t1)ISOLUT1ON Post Office will meet with prompt attention. --
-- ------ -- --- -- 6. ISS'J. 34wNotice.
August Ladies Creole Highland Gaiters, JV. Jl. Ttrlk Kttrattcd vithtat Pain.
We arc authorized to announce -- --- -- -- OFCOPARTNERSHIP. French June i8. 1853. 23 To Cash Purchasers.

JOHN H. RHODES) as a candidate for Tax'A !* Colored Highland purchasers would find it to their advan.

sor and Collector of Leon county ct the ensuing Congress Garters, Clianccry in //COM Circuit CaurtVili CASH to eiamine. before pnn-hii'inj elsewhere

lection in Octal('. iliC'Jl rpHE COPARTNERSHIP I heretotif existingbeJ. *. Oipsey Buskins for Partition.Thomas the large and well selected sleek of Fancy and Stii.
I and after Moituay 8th August, the Evening: twe'en Henry R Fills A DavidVrfson.1uder 'I Heel Slippers pie Goods at D. C. WILSON'S.
-- -
cr -MnssKS. EDITOKS-li:1; 1 ON Vn the l'eu!ncola & Georgia Railroad the name and Bt)Ic rf .C Velvet Slipper, II. Hale Ex'tr.of Julio w.lI1tIl"l

will !heave St. Marks at 2 P. M., Tallahassee at :S;:O H. B. FITTS 5. CO. White Kid.Slipper, vs.
flounce Cr Jj. 1)E 1ILLY as a candidate f>r reelection ] P. M. and arrive at Station No. 3 at 5 P. M.I 44 Ki.ooze Congress Boot, William M. Frir>n and llnry

to the office of Tax Ace E.Qr and Ctillcclcr of JAS. L. RANDOLPH, 6Vn7/Wr'& u Uill.Ity dissolved by mutual cbu.'.mt. Coi.ls! Calf P. P. Bouts wile, R. M. Fricisnn and Catherine K. SPRING ASIIMMERai.opiiiqa
liotel |I Dam id 0. Wilson is ap]>ointd sole agent tu dome Patent fox London Boots his wife. John C. Rouse and l Caroline II
iuvitc-d :
Proposals fur the at
arc keeping
the October
Leon County at election 1 in next.
F. his wife Jo L. Hale, Edward
up the busiucss cf taid cm'partnerm-lmip. CaH to eph J
St. Marks.August r H. : -
MANY VOTERS.jiDta C. 1830. S2-3w 11. D. FlT1':. New style Cloth Gaiters, Je-hnson and Isabella L. hU with, Rob.

-' --- -" -- -- 13. C. YILSCrN. Haulers Shoe e>f all kinds. ert F. Stafford. sr_ and Sroiiha A. hi. to THE LATEST STYLES }flfl 1859

: or' I'liouvTis. --Taylor's July I, JS:,. SOT Jlisjos Fancy GaterS.T"? if.,.Rolrei t.F.Stafford jr.soil MarthaJ.

3C/3: We aro authorized! and request Cotton Gins .u Black Gaiter, his wife, Washington IL Uradwvll -AT-
Forty five and Fifty Saw Gins a\\.iys! Heel Slippers, ansi Susan L. his wife Robe-it I. Itale.Zilpha .
ed to JOHN S. MORINU AS a candidate FOitTY. Notice.TMHE D.C.WILSON'S. .
announce tail for sale by Lace Boots L Hale soil Florida W. U.lc.) .

fir Judge <>f 1'robatc ol Lee n coti.tj; at the (n mng hOPKINS .t; MEGINNISS.Augutt I undcrs'gncd is appointed soe sent to closeJL. I II Children's Jo'IIOC1r.T..J Tics, appearing from the afilJavit (eonipUinaut, _

October tlcctlosi.DC3 C, 1859. 32- up lh; business of the late linn of II. R FITTSt .4 Diamond Boots, IT '. L. Hale Executor tint Rubcit F. :Stafford SPRINK AND SUMMER HATd-" .

--- .- -- CO., an 1 person indebted tnsaid firm are reqiits'rd ii Colored Boots and Srailha A. his wife. al Robert F. Stafford
-- -- - I tr., >u ,
We are authorized announces -l I 7"E Lave also mie of tlic'r Double: Cylinder Gins I to come forward loci pay the same, and all persons Goat Lace BooU, jr, and Martha J. his wife, defendants in the above The Latest Styles for 185&AT

\ \ oil baDJThiell we in,'ito Planters to call and : h.-u in; claims against said firm Arc requested to present *. Bronze Gaiters I cause, reside bejwd the limits of Ibis State: It is
I). \V.'YNN a* a candidate for reelection to I examine. HOPKINS A MEGINNISS. them for settlement. D. C. WII OX. '.
I EOTS Rots Boys Pump sole Gaiters,, ordered that notice of the institution of Ibis cauoc be

the ofllce ufJulcufl'z't1atcvflAun county at tllcI August 6, I SM!. 52- July 1. 18f9. CO [Sentinel copy.B1acksmith .. Calf Oxford Ties publxhcd in some newspaper pubJithcd jo tile city of J). C. n I LSO D'S.
---- -- -- .
Uvlion in Ovtol' neJkt. Kip Brogans, Boys Goat Brcgaos. Tallahassee for two notlmsmndliat, said! defendants
Notice. elciinir tbe lIarchlD,1839. 12
-- -- - -- -- I Pure Milk. ------ appear and censure plead or to eompLvrnamt'

ri14 We arc authorized to iumounccCoL bill on or before the first Monday "> October - .. -- -- .- _-

A. P. AMAKEU as a t ..IiJ"te C-r Judsre (>f _JERSONS 1. Milk can cl"'Firiup bn\e! the to tamo be tujiplied tiehvered willi to tfae.ni Ire l Hats & Caps : next.1859. Done and ordered J..WAYLE3 at Chambers BAKER this, Judge.5th July, ,LIFE ILLUSTRATED.

IVobale of .. th. OctoberM1KKIKF. tune. 'l ice 10
county til -n>uing punctually at any cents per quart. '
Fashionable Cass Hats July U. 1839. 28-Sw r'i. CLASS
S--5w ADOLK 801IOLZ.. Gents A IT PicrofcUL FAMUT Ntv >*r.B
'Cti..n. Auf.6.1W3. .. '
U SIlk" .L\- designed: to encourage a spirit of Horr.'MASLiEs -
- --- -
:" -=: I .4 ML Vernon Ca a ScLr-RiUAJCz,and AcriTrrr atnoojr the ne .

Notice. Pearl Cass Windsor JII.f. I --o pie; to illustrate Life ia an its phase Uod'-

OiT: We arc authorized to announce I [ will. be made to the Gene-ra I U French Cass. ,I Gear's Machine for Cnttln?, Planing, Moul aprropriate beading cf General Litera' .
Mr. DAIlLJt1IM: .is a C i ltdtervrfchciitr the Slate of Florida, at iu 1JU\ .oa01\ Se I II ding. &., Irregular Forms in wood, pr r;original Essays.. Historical Y-

session in Nun cibcr. f-ir a Charter for a Bju'i! to be .4 Leghorn 4. Straw -1--. DeBcnptirc-E.litorial.CitywKl- \
of Leon at the election 1 in Vu/lr
County -- ---_next. locates in lluldle Florida. rpHK BLACKSMITH F.USINEfiS IS ALL ITS Buys French Brown Hats r j HE utJ & ned Las become Ihe owner of t the fairs. 8einori ngs ', of T pItJ..Pcr" .

DC/3 W'care authorized to announce. July XO. 183'J. 315mNotice. __I_ branches will be carried on as heretofore, at the PearlC.eaimcr.Hata. J_ right to use and sell this valnabl machine in shill tDd4AYor to give. cillitr
-- --- Marieabo Florida and ha offers individual and County
OLD STAND, by the uudersij.wd. who returns Trimmed .|.. now benfmntercsttoalL h
RICHARD SAVNDERS A candidate fur re.dec- thanks fur and ofictU, a eoutkuuii-in of the publicKitnmage Sarony French Rights tn any who irjay desire to porefcwc One of \fit.h the naO'9. w2t.r as will. not Liiisenes 'u

lion to the office of Slniiff vL Leon county at thoflection settle their heretofore so liberally extended. paruvroa the Machines can be seen in operation at any time at oart.. b 1
)EIt-OXS llin: to notes or ac"uuuls I 1Jo 'W, COIDIDfllied
] D. C. WILSON. Lezborn ..4U the shop of I. TVr Bowen at tho Tallahassee R. R. '- a
in October next.Ji.vnci with IIudgkiM, fjcott .. ,. and Depot. The oiaehiu i if simple ia its construction
July 1. 1SJO. 50 [Sentinel 1'Uin Fancy StraW HJ ._
- -- ---- -- -- -- abwnce will tied them with Mr. M. F. Papv ut copy. -
{ OF iJIL .1-IaC&. adapled to cut a greater vancty of irregular forms ;- ** *._BUILDER ,
the W. Swtr.
More of Ueo. -----7 and surface* Ulan a. other .yet iunDI. Its capacity .4 1rlidt.Ye. s1ta
JS? We arc requested to announcermVARD July SO, I .6IJ. l-3w Notice pfilriinI d rf't'tione, "ilh .It.
SUNDRIES to and in Lind n .
: M equal twenty man, w>mo ry mu.trsauea.! ,t
M. \VKST, 11 ., a* a cauJicl-Ue-- the hereby given that application will be nude at work ranch mOl'' Hocropie* but arc !' spa*' 4 III indent rna1tr.al-ew.: erC'eti",. .B.Wi01. alJt
'Notice.SLS IS Yankee XotkmeHardware bfick.
cfli.e of JiutUe of Ihe Peace for Leon county at the Lbs text IU'f.ioo! cf the Lcf;,Blalui e>f.Flurkla fur I Gentlemen's Clotbinj.' Far.er GroceritJ. -. from three to four feel square' is suffisi.' nI, articles Lue bee tJ peemarr4 I'- ..tl.e,

epniihg rU tieD in October next. M!>tilliS after the first publication of this no I amcnJmetiUof the Charter of the PiiisneolaA Oeorgia. I 'j Iron J NAiL. qcirea but little power to drive it. t'td k reo: a h" ct. and will embnie.jastjetion. La

the uudeue.jued I will present his tiua acconota Gulf City Interior and Tallahassee R-il Road 1 I Saddlery, of all kinds. neat and ilifikl1. ott itt" floe,, : UJ' tralof 1 Vral\lDfuo. ., 'Boe

CO U>T V SCII VJS YOB.! I t. (the ." Jlj of Probate of Lcoa county CoinpauJts. Alsu for a Charter for a Itailrna.lfrc-nn Ctoekery 4! Glassware Uqoort ,Furniture.. Carriage, *Wagcn sm1; bUmIdifig; Cabinet lIoJ Iii f..aet.'nerytbing y.: _

The uudersi ncd announces and apply for a cJi..dlarg.e as aJoiiniEirator oa t.e! too U elf of Mui .. in tic County of Frll okl ..t.. or I .JHr 4b.1tii t 5 Jtc hi, can be turned oo\ *;ll- Wl. h'-- BmA1miumg, Lisa Iu.rsr ATi wfll-bnaUUi ifcjT! *ii. .

I, Et-t..tu.f Ditud -'ekeidceeammed.late of raid county. I in lit direction of tli. Not them KnioJaiy of the Duter.1d despatrh. a3tDt.lllaiDg a year.M te. ecpies at fI.SftD.. > .

Iiflwolf ac 01 eandiLet. for ("11111) Stmryor at the JJ.BAUNESAJwJut Stale of riM Fat cf Ihe Ricer A pa'.achieola.July CARRELL. & .MAXWELL .. : AG.Ur.\.VlAXnP.- .FQW.LEb'. ". r.-'

tL.IiJ 4..tt ,.I-M r t. iu I M HLAKI1 CO, IBS'1. 30-Cm, I 23, ISM CO Mfcb -lt1, 15:1'. 12 J"111"! t t\..,.' :,.41ELE RIJILkIlDJ5. Z08 Br"'drii" -r'JurlJs.JE <

a. :H&' .
-. d

.... y_.' 'I..... '_ .-r ..- ... .- a.-a-- -- - -- '- .. < ..'
-- or ___ _- .-.t I #
'_ .
'.' .
__ .. -
-r .F: -. -

-d- .. ,


-- ..' -.s------ __ ::: ____ -> ;
'. _____ ___._ ___'_ -2_______.-- -- u -
--- -- --- --- --
Floridian & ,
The P SPRING GOODS (Ground in J'repand Linseed Oil.) J
1 I.p.bIIedetyATURDAY. by STOMACH BITTERS have jot received I fi.h njpplf or thi

TAMES JONES & IIAS.; K DYKE, I __ FOR COTTON BALES. ( BY Till F.TI OF CEOEGU.: ) WE and beautiful White direct frmtl
) J1W a..l"M'Jles,7aesde.fla5. mAnlGetory. and offer it to tie pLl.with m<* pr i-
At Two DOLLARS ptr annum in advance. : T tST RECEIVING OUR 510CIm" GOODS J'rice 6 (fit,per pound.-25jercenf. Less 0.1 4Os. se 51Lbpiess JHlIDIU (( ,n* prremipg ALL the QUALITIES

I I tJ 0"1111"0 or1Dry less than Rope. .f loW mriaee.&iw44.p..trUoll- Capital Prize $50,000 whHi rend r a Faint MOST DEIRADLE Tl: It* l.INCOMPAltAELE .

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. cd J&mltrg, OtUo c.w-.ferfr*.-. COLOR
.i ; : One square of 12 lines or less.fint insertion, $1 09 ; I ANY one ce-Dt ideripg the advantage of Ironevtr In view of the fact thai every member of TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS FREEDOM horn all POISONOUS
I ** mch S'ib c]uent 50BrofeseiooalaoJ GROCERIES AKD J1.AIWJl'.AI A'; JLKcpe as a mateiial for binding Cotton Bales the human family more or less subjected NEVER INJURING THE HEALTH of the workmen -
f UlioMl Cards inserted at$10 will be turpiifed flat it baa not been adopted long beside innumerable inmate of .p ifncenti-Us
; per erne of the above complaints, WOOD EDDY CO. Managers'; c newly
$ pnt'
annum.Advertveroents. i Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c. tince. In its security againrt fire Here is an orerwlirlming other condition in life, which, DURABILITY in tit : SITUATIONS
4 ; ; not marked with the o'pmbtr..1 reascn for its adaption. by the assistance of a little knowledge or Successors to S. SWAN & CO. and its GREAT SUPERIORITY to "WhiteLesd
14 iotetttons will be eootmue'd until foibid, and charged I BOND & CO. The Presses in the Seaport Cities have been the exercise of common sense,they may be able ----- -- ----- in all the various Ufr to .hi.tie latter baaheretofore
: aeoordmgly.(3f j Lloyd April !, 1869. 14-tf main cause of its not being generally adopted; let to to regulate their habit of diet, and with TIE following Scheme will be drawn by Woo, been applied. For Jl.

Certificate i of publication nf Irgnl or estate l - now that oljeclion is removed generally sad tU Or- the assistance of a good tonic, secure permanent )t Co., Managers, of the Sparta Academy .ME t LIVELY.
-.4 '"L.wiH not be given until the advertising Ice ispaid. F rSale'--! leans the laigest in N. O.. gite it thjjireOrcuce health. la order to accomplish this Lottety, in each of their Single Number Lotteries May !1.18t9. !
over rope. The Facimsn Iron Ilocp SDU Tie is desired object, the true course to pursue is. fur July, 1859. ,at Augusta, Gcora in rub
.. ROCK iVtahh Sap Sago, Cheese. IlcUt. Crait the improvement cne of the _propu ton, and is certainly,that which will produce a natural lic,under the superintendence of lnen. MILES NASH &. CO.
--- - Mackerel by BOND adopted is experiment state of things at dan 27 Draws rJd!. fuIy 2. 1859.C7 Dealers in &.C,
.. Land for Sale. Lloyd April 2, I&89. 14-tf ,to combine the greatest merits in simplicity strength and life; for this end Dr.Hoatetter -- and facility of application of yet wade It has introduced to this country a preparation per
.*|"HE undersigned offers f.r sale 173d aeivs ofJL I, -B-f'o: Java and Ljjuira CofTw, forsnle I by is so prepared as to require no anyone change for rtcompresfiuar. called HOSTETTERS STOMACH Clou 29 Dravt Saturday, Jvly I 6. 1859.1859. JUSTrercnd assortment of arcle i ia our line"
Draws 23
( 30 ,
( Laud lying in JenVrnon cvnntv-loKO acres vf I t BOND A CO. TLus obviating the only remaining difficulty BITTERS,which at this day is not a new Clan Saturday Jug 1829.OX such as Oils of almost every klo Burning Tbi ,
lass Prows SO
I P which lay within a ehort ditUnc/- of Station 2.on the Lloyd A pnl 2, 1860. 14-tf at tie sea beard cities. medicine, but one that has been tried for 3 Saturday, July White Lead. Zinc and other piDU. Olau of "

I IVusocola A Georgia lUilroad, and 650 acres ere in ------ ------ ---------- The hoops are lent of any length from eight to ten years, giving satisfaction te all who have PLAN SINGLE NU2JB AilS. Let quality, Putty,Brushes .Ba Sparkling
e'4 the neighborhood of Wakernah, and within 6 (r 7 N AILS AND IRON, fur Kale by feet and a full guarantee given that neither the Ti.a used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon TIE OelAtne,Ld}a.lrd.French (very best) I
I miles of Station I. Both tract have the ntccnary BOND A CO. nor Hoops shall break. And further that all cotton the stomach, bowels and liver, restoring Tickets Spe Pepper,Lemon Syrup,
50,000 pUre
J improvements such as dwelling IIOusU'l,11egro cabins, Lloyd, April 1859. .14-tf. bound in them sheath be received on the same termsat them to a healthy and vigorous action, and Ink.Quinine Fluid Extract Bochu, J
: t im houses, :- ----- -- -- -- the Orleans Press as rope bound cotton. The thus by the simple process of strengtheningnature 5,485 PRIZES ,and a general assortment of Popular Patent
.fl T.DWAUD A. W1LLKV.Jnly Sheetings arid Shiirtirirs. for sale enable the system to triumph over Medicines. We none but the best and
OSXAIiUnGS weight per bale is about the same as Rope, not one NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEERTSJZAfLVJFICEXT Tel J
U !. 1850. 27-3m ROAD ttCO.Lloyd. pound more or lees. disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so hope to merit your pajroaage.
April 2. 1859. H-lf settlers, and
generally contracted by new MILES NASH CO.
To dOW the opinion Ship Masters have of it, we SCIEJE d

,,1'i ,4: CoTjartnersliip Notice. SHOT and Powder Candy and Lemon J"rup. give tho following, among numerous commendationswe and caused diet principally, will e speedily by the change regulated of water by a TO fc naAwx EACH SATURDAY I: JULY! March !,1S5 6 18BLACKSMITHING

Fluid. Alcohol. Turpentine. have: 1 Prize of. .?5OOOO i 1 Prizcsof .. .51500
this Dyspepsia
"V\7 K liave this day associate I with u* iu the merV brief use of preparation. !
The masters of vessels Laving hind
V Tens Brown Lof and Crti-hed Sugar, undersigned a disease which is probably more prevalent 1" ..,2OOOOL 10" .. 500 I
cantile buetnessR.
1 Kpim and A daman: true Candles, cotton compressed n ith Faseman's new Iron Hoops when taken in all its various form, than 1 c. .. 10.000 I 400 undersigned has resumed work

: A. MEAG IIER. For sale by BOND A CO. and Ties, hereby recommend the Mine. The bales any other; the cause of which may alwaysbe 1"' .. 6,000 100 .. 800 TIE town and has opened a Shop in

: The tuoiocii will. Iheiefore, be conducted in futuie Lloyd, April ?, 1853. 14-tf being well compressed, and the buttons or lioops, attributed to derangements of the digestive I" ... 4.000 100 .. .. 150 the same building with Mr.Kuhn's C. ,,
never breaking when thrown do'u in tie Ship's hold, 100 100 ; :
--- fail
-- ---- --- organs can be cured without !by 1" 3,00 .. riage Shop,opposite the
under the name and style of Echne.
l- 1 EOUOItN, PANAMA and STRAW HATS or when stowed: using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Pruts. of ;
w HEIR, RUST At CO. -/ fur sale ly BOND A CO. L. L Cpudey, Capt. Ship bass Davenport as per directions on the bottle. For .Appozimaio7 Dak-lmithlDg. with thOe :
I Lloyd. i21859.. 14-tf A Robiiiaon, "Madi as, will recoin- 4 Prizes of$ 5OOO0, prize a re f 1.600 I
this disease pbyaician .ppro.t.to for the characterof
every who him heretofore
Ii They "il' continue at the old stand and trust that Jsmes Tomas, "lIenry. mend Bitten of some kind, then why not 4 800 20,000 1.200 hv patronized FRANCIS PAYNE. "
l I tbe iriy liberal |'alioiiage heretofore bestowed upou SADDLES and Bridles, llarnes s cf an Vinds. for A.Talbot Harejseeket an article known to be infallible t 4. 25. 10.000 1,000 work
the old iw will be extended to the O'w.lIEIR BOND & CO. John Dean. ., "James Flint, use have their Bitters as a preventive 4 225 B.OOO 900 January 1818. 2-tf- ,
Every country
A RUST. Lloyd, April t. 181L 14-tf .
John C. Wilner. Mnlbouss. of disease, and strengthening of 4 20" .,008" 800
l1 f1 July 1, 18i9. 27Copartnership ---- ------ ----- H. Koppenholdt "Ella A. Clark the system in general, and among them all 4 3.0O") 600 P. B. B1OKAW'S. 4

---- WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, L P. Merill Bark KimbalL there is not 'to be found a more healthy 4 100 c 400 LIVERY iHB SALE STABLE

1 Notice. TALLAHASSEE FLORID The price of Hoops and Ties at N. O, is I cents people than the Germans, from whom this 5,000 prizes of 20 are... .... ....100.00 ,
per pound. Liberal deduction made to Merchants preparation emanated,based upon scientific I T.LAHASSEE. FLORIDA.
C t: J IIAV1 Ibis day associated with me in the mercantile MAMJFACTUHKKOF: CorrEBTiN AND SHEET for city acceptance,and all orders will receive prompt experiments which has attended to advance 5,485 Prizes imonotinj to. .. .. ..$S W.o Proprietor would in

.: Irtuioets/jny moo, IRONVAU} WHOLESALE AIVD RETAIL attention by F. BELCHER the destiny of this great preparation in the WHOLE Tlnr$10; HALVE t5 ; QiuaTtts $2i. I THE his friends and the JI

.w- --vrYILSON.. DIALER is PLAIN, FAACV AND JAPAKNEDWARE. 12} Commercial Place. Agent medical scale of science. J3f A. CIRCULAR iJunciHg Uuplan qftlit JjXtwit via public, that be has re uil his. '
New Orleans June 11, 59. 24-6m t/t nut t ay,on* "ir.o/rtetttlg i. rtO I Brick Stables, at the old and i, &01I
The businesi in future will be conducted under the FEVER AND AGUE. -* >:- prepared are to accommodate his friends and eusto siam

name,style and firm of Stove IIcnd-Qnnrcrs. DENTISTEY.DR. This faring sad provoking ditcait, witch fixes UtRlottka Certificates of Packge will b sold at the follow He also has attached to hi, Stables,a good Blacksmith -

D. C. WILSON & SON. I SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor gmp on the body of man reducing him to rates which is I Shop where be will have have done all kind*of

A and Wood Stoves trimmed with neatness rf 3 a men ihidow la* abort ipmce of time aDd rcndainf Certifcate oi Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .(80 Plantation work.Horse shoeing and Carriage work in
The lotll'iM&6 tkill be continued at the old rtand, aud uw1 be defeated the best and with and di
I and durability,at reduced prices. SJ him pbjiically u4 mentally can 10 Half 40 I very manner promptoets -
I hope| the %CTT liberal patronage beretoforebeaWwed and driven from the body by the ue of nOST:TTXK'8 J 10 Quarter 20 patcb. *
upon me will be intended to the new firm. Out Door Work. UNOWNED BITTZK3. Further,u./of the above 10 Eighth .. 10 Novembers, 1858. 44
D. C. WILSON. I Rc ofin .Ornamental Front Heads, _
Guttering Copper dated dbeuei em DOt be contracted when exposed to -
I July I, 1855. 2S-tf: and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead.SbeetZiiie. any ordinary conditUni producing them if the Bitters SPARTA ACADEMY. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,.

--- Lead Pipes, Patent Cist.em.l'umpa. Shop work an seed u per direction And ai it neither crates LOTERY, For Sale P. B. Brokair
Broome & Thompson of every variety done at short noti... T. J. CUR LEE reuses nor offends the palate,and rendering unnecessary Class 3>3"o. by

r City nnd \ L1 return his grateful ackpowledgementsf any change of diet or Interruption to usual per- Zlth 1859. THi Subscriber just received I
Couulry.JTlerclinnts you ,8 Wednesday July
I Fernn.n.d.1.n.a, F1a. the citizens Southern Georgia and Middle .into bat promote sound sleep and healthy digestion, I Ira 9 =;1: large srpply of Carriages,
w -0---- Are respectfully invited to give me a call before poeebasing and East Florida for the very liberal patronage the complaint If thai removed a* speedily u U con- OX THE THREE NUMBER PLAN. _S Buggies, and Harness,whiel' he offers
olce\\here.fW for sale the most reasonable
received from them during the past five or six v* rL bUnt with the production of a thorough and permanent on term
I r"pllE undersigned have formed a -partutr.llipIInder N. B. All articles manufactucd from the very' lie will continue the practice of the above p'rofes- November 18. 1854. 46
t L the name of UROOME & THOMPSON, Lest material and warranted durable. Nu other cure.For 75 Numbez.12 Drawn Ballots. _____ '.
artilewill lion in those sections of country, and has made such advanced
;. L t. I he transaction of a be offered for sale. arrangements with manufacturers of Dental Materials years -- --- -- CONSUMPTION Cg- AN OLD INDIAN DOC

L GENERAL CO..lI.111S."UO.'YJUSTNESS October 20,1855. 42 North as to enable him to put up FIIL stU of .Who are luflering from aa enfeebled constitution and Nearly!one Prize to erery tlC Ticket 'I Toll, UNCAS BRANT, while n
Infirm ,these Bitten are'Invaluable u a reatoraUTI
body CURED. the Indiana of (
----- in of the modes from Missionary among
--- teeth popular tome
HI the city of Fornaudma. They will giro prompt any and need to be triedto
of strength and vigor, only !
1 GRINDFRIZE OF the Mountains, discovered
f t4. Attention to the sale or shipment of cotton and other EICHABDSON'Sin. ( vndrca dollars less than u usually charged for be And to a mother while nursing, $36OOO. Rocky )
141 produce, and mill male libC' advances on consign the same in the South; (he meant what he say,)and appreciated. where themother's 1 Prize of $16.000 4 Prizes of ..?.6.O0OI a RARE PLANT that to
Bitten especially Consumption.Bronchitis
t incuts for sale l ereor for ihipment to their friends in SEC IAHQ-DEJIO-S guarantees them to be as UIEABLK BuimrtL and these nourishment are tndiipcntable.i to the demands Prize of 10,000 I 6 Piizesof .... 4.000 COSUIPTO:be a certain cure for .. .
DAMASKS ncavicKABLE as can be put up North or South. inadequate 1 Prize 01 .... 9,070Me 6 of .. 2,000 Asthma, Liver ComCURED.
iii; Sarannah, ( IUlrl sttm, N. York or Liverpool.T1 DIAPERS; tc.CONSUMERS Those in need of his service, CIa by dropping a of the chPd eomeqaenUy tier strength IOU yield ste0 Priea., dc, plaint,Nervons Affections,Coogh.,

r : will negotiate in the principal markets of the / cf R/C"DAIr'O. Lint*, and those note to him at either Montccllo or Madison, Fla, and here It i*where a good tonic inch a*Hoetetter's 2'.81 PRIZES AMOUNTING. $513,1901! Colds, ic. Ha ting now made his
United State*, the sale of Honda tamed by the Stale V,I desirous of obtaining the qnutivt goojt, should : have the woik done and time to test it before paying .Stomach Bitten I It needed to impart temporary strength T CONSUMPTION fortune and retired from business ,
-by the several Railroad Companiu-ly the coon :] tire that the articles they purcLise are sealed with 1 for it(3T" and vigor to th le. Ladles should b ale WJOLE Tr(1$10; HALVES $5; QUARTOS f.b be will send the prescription tna'

;' live i ,or incorporated tow'us, and) other gocd securi- the full name of the firm, The best references given if desired. try thneme fur all cases of debility a before. CURED. directions for preparing the medicine
? 4 lr.s, and will receive and execute orders f,r iuvcatment EICIIAEDSOJf, EONS A OWDEJ, December, 1858. 5Z doing, you phJ who If he I Is acquainted ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose emorY free ofefiaryt to all who d.
( 61ft in the same. They will attend to the purchaser with the.\e o t BIt wDl recommend their to our address for the Tlkeu oer on receipt sire it, and wi send to his arnt
;' s.ile ofHKAL ns a guarabtee of the soundness and durability of the R. A. Shine Jr. Me In all case ofwekanmOWe.utioo of which they will be .mail CONSUMPTION enclosing stamps ((6 ")
; e Cowls. the public against Purchasers can hare tickets ending in any figure they pay the return letter, with a d-
4 KSTATE IX THIS CITY, This caution is rendered essentially necessary as TS now receiving and will constantly keep on band any of the many imitations or coun may desigte.The CURED. scrption of their symptoms. The

c.r in any town or county in the JfuLEe, Eautern or large quantities of inferior and defective Linens nre JL and sell cheap for cash, a large stock of GROCERIES ming,but ask for HOSTETTI&'S CnaAT Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be Old Doctor .cured more than

tfvuthffH Ditricti of fturiJti. 1'.rlOlUlhnhg such prepared season after season and sealed with the such as STuc Brmas, and see that each bottle sent to purchasers immediately after the diawing. n/M*CTTM tyrrrvv 3000 eases of Consumption alone
1 property for sale will do well to furnish them plats, name of JiicliardtoM, by Irish Houses, who, regard- Bacon, I I Mess Pork, I Beef, i has the words Dr. J. Hobtetter'a Stomach Purchasers will please write their ligature and hopes all afflicted people wil
: ; with accurate di.'cri4.toiis| of qualify, location. im- lers of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American Flour, | Lard, JJMtes I Hitters"blown on the side of the bottle,and t give 'their Pot Office, County avail themselves of this opportaniCURED. -

L provciuents, priec. terms [ LiI who will .11' the property on application. I will not readily abandon a businesi so profitable. Syrup. I Yankee Beans | Sugar of all kinds, | Coffee, cork, and observe that our autograph signature payable in full without deduction. the good he can before he dies.-
; person
J4 i We will utteud to the ettlcnvnt of claims against while! purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a And all other articles usually needed ky families is on the label. : All prizes of$1,000 and under, paid i me CONSUMPTION Adess all letters to

the Federal or State Governments for services or worthless character. and on plantations.A UPrepared and sold IT fc t after the drawing-other prizes at the nil v DANIEL

t substitute during the recent Indian War. J. BULLOCKE ,
-j t In addition to their Commission Department, thetmtlt'rgned 16 Church St., New York.Sept. Also on band, a quantity of Dry Goods, which will a TO COHBESPOSDEXTS Who is his sold agent.Jasuary .
be sold low.January Drngglsts aid dealers generallythroigbeit
18, 1858. 38-ly grocers
Il have the entire 1.1859.
4 purchased 22. 1859. 4 the United States Canada,Seitkmenra Those bo prefer not tending money-hy mail.san I-II
----- ----- ----- -- ,
a t I : to which they will make large additions at an early Liverv and Sale Stable. Insolvent Estate Notice.State SCOVIL Genuiy.A. MEAD for Tickets., in sums of$10, and upwards, can be sent I Notice.S '
1 : will band u at our risk and expense, from any city rr town IX months alter date, the undersigned
tlty. They keep constantly on an extensive H I E undersigned Florida. ) wj present
: : and Wellalll1.ed Stock ef T tice that he County of Leon, j NEW ORLEANS, LA.1Wholesale where they hare nn office. The snooty and order his final account and vouchers to
givelUOo/lE Jle
_ chased the TTALEY T. BLOCKER, administrator de bonis Arents. must be enclosed in a Government Post Office of Probate of Leon county and apply for a
-4 4 t Dry (:looJs, Hats, & Shoes, Clothing, Livery the
s BAKNAHD Jr., irr. NASH & stamped or Express Company cannot from the administration the Estate of Martha
William ILNewcom,in Tallahassee,together with the -.1. non of the estate of Joseph Ulmcr,late of g.bDA LIVIILY eanlop charge o
and Ilarisesa & TaIIahasseePlorlda.
Groceries Liquor ,
4 Saddlery ( reeeire
jjl good will of the establishment and that he is now Leon county,deceased having filed ii. the Probate Triplett. deceased, late of Leon county Fl*.
*excelled,) Provisions, Planta- office ef said written that he believes All communications strictly confdcutin (Signed) THOMAS H. TRIPLETT.February .
prepared to carry on the business in all its branches, county a snggestr April 9, 1859. 15-ly Address Orders for Tickets
1 ; iou Utensils,Doors, Windows ana promises the public with good accommodationsin the estate of the said Joseph Uhner to be insolvent Crtfctes t 12, 1859. '-6m
: 1 and other Building Materials his line on reasonable terms. therefore notice is hereby given to all persons WOOD, EDDY t CO. Augusta,Georgia. -

.j ,Furniiuie.Iron, fICHARD SAUNDERS. having claims against said estate to appear and Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. or, WOOD, EDDY CO..Atlanta, Georgia. Notice.SIX .
\j i, :. Sep. 6, 1856 36INSURANCE file the same with the Judge of Prolttte of said EDDY d
or, WOOD CO. DeL months after date, the undersigned
Hardware and and
, I Cutleiv, Castings, a great ----- ---- --- -- county,on *r before the 20th day of September next, Wilmingo. wi p.
'ti A list of the numbers hi and vouchers to
: of other articles. t3: ? ; fnalllcunt Judg
variety then there will be a rata distribution of the fund
't will cell I JETNA said pro the creditors said the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each of Probate county,as administrator
!t All of wliMth they at Wlxlesale or Retail of estate amongst of estate. -
estate of Stephen Minton. decessed. late ef said
one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing
Produce W.
for CASH, Country or good commercial acceptance D. GWYNN. Judge of Probate.
March in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo.) Con- county, a ask to be discharged fhrefr
: t3 *, at prices that will compare farvorab'yilh U, 1669. 12-6m
JOS.JOHN Adin'r.March .
-0- stitntkmaliist New Mobile ,
I ,' We of in the South. We invite HARTFORD. Orleau Delta Register
-t I city merIt .
any .AGEN"OY.0 Nashville Gazette Atlanta 12, 1859. 11-Cm
It i ctanii and all other purchaser* to examine our lock. II of Schedule. Charleston Standard Intelligencer

t, I J.UII.s K KllOOMi, : Incorporated in 1819.-Charter Frrpetual.0 D Morning .NeYor1, Ricbmod Weekly Dispatch Day,Book New,York Sarannah Dispatch Insolvent Estate Notice.State .

l : D. W. TIIOMPS ,N.Fehuary :1 -- Bank of Columbus, Ga. THE Department having ordered a daily mail ser- Paulding (Miss) and Little Rock, of )
t 19. 1859. 8-1 yInsolvent D. ADAMS, Ca.li., \V7I. II. YOUNG,Pre t. between Tallahassee And Walter's Mill, (Ark,) True Democrat. FJrid
CASH CAPITAL-81,000,000. the Train will run on and after the first of No.. County Ln f
1 1 Cash Capital. $100,000 00. January H, 1857. 48-ly T M. WHITE, administrate*ef lk*

I Estate Notice. 18h9, us follows: SPEIUORBUNG _I_ J estate of John W. Townsend, late of Leon ,oun-
INSURE AOAIXSTMXSAJfn DAMAGE BT FI1tJl. above times be On the Pen. AeneywihIatau. supplied ty. deceased having filed in the Probate
..:: STATE OF FLORIDA, ) ONTKKMS AN:U CONSISTENT ADAITE1' WITH TO THE THE HAZARD LAW S THE Exchange on New York at current rates; Leave Tal.bnlee daily at..4 P. M. FLUID aid county a written II"t IliaC be oc o e
I 4\ County ('f Leon. f OF COMPENSATION.B. Also, on Columbus and Apal&chiebla. Bills discounted Arrive Walke'. Mill by.. ... .5.SO P. estate of the said John W.Townsend to be insolvent,
For sale at the
1l [ KTI1RO BRADLEY,administrator of the estate C. LEWIS, Agent, at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. Leave Walker'llIi daily at..8 A. N. 'TT' Store of BARNARD. therefore notice is hereby given to all persons ..iD
I i f J of Bennett Bradley late of Leon county,deceased For Tallahasse and vicinity. Office,(up stairs) over the Store of T. L. Betton, Arrive Tallabasee by.......0.30. A.M. January 1, 1859. 1 claims against said estate to appear and file ta ..

aI having filed in the Probate office of said county a August, 1857. 33 Esq M. P. ELLIS, Agent. Connecting at Walker's Mill with Poet CclC via ______ with the Judge Probate of said county,o ot)efoe
'II written suggestion that lie believes the estate of the Tallahassee Dec. 1858. 49 Monticello to Albany every evening of wek excepting FISK'S PATENT JrlETALIC the 20th day of September next when will b apr
I- .aid Bennett Bradley to be insolvent,therefore notice : MEDICAL NOTICE. Sunday, ana t.\ic a week connecting with rata distribution of said estate amongst Lb.
r, r :- is hereby given to all person having claims against ---0- A Card Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin andJacksonville. BURIALCASES of said estate.D. colt

said estate to appear and file the same*itl the Judge J. B. TAYLOR,........J. S. BOND. -0-- W. GWTNN, Judge of Pr.te
IIr Probate of said county on or before the !d day of On the Tallahassee Railroad : March 1 9. 1859. 12-6m
January next, .hen there will be a pro rata distribution I Drs. Taylor & Bond E. L. T. BLAKE, Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) _

_J, of said estate amongst the creditors of said estate ] Register of the United Stales Land Office at..... .... ........ .._.... ..10 A.M Notice.ALL .
TTAVE associated in the practice of Medicine. Of- '
D. W. GWYNN. Judge of Probate. I XI fice a> the OLD STAND of Dr.Taylor. TALLAHASSEE, FIJI., Arrive at St. Marls by ..... ...11.25 A M : persona having claim against tie Estate .t

: July !, 1859.1 27-Cra_ _ _ f Tallahassee, }February', Z859. 6 OFFERS his services to act as Acnrr for persons Leave at-----------------------------PL Marks daily (except Sunday) 2.15 P.M. -ROe( ) whether as cediton Beazley,of legatees Jefferson or county,deceas

Aromatic Tonic Bitters. to enter land in the State Land Office, Arrive at Tallahassee at.... .......... &3O P. M. Aia-ncpr A required to present their ditbue.do
-1 NEW COODS. and will attend to business in of the State deman. b
any any the .
Connecting with Poet Conch to New Port on arrivalof SUPPLY of all sixes kept constantly on hand undersigned Will t
rpUESE Delightful -and Invigorating BITTERS Offices at the CapitoL Charges reasonable, and in and which returns before the departure of the A by T.l. AWLS, Undertaker ment of said deceased,within two years from
1t i _I_. are an Invaluable aYticIe for those afflicted with -4-5--- proportion to the time and labor bestowed.Mspe Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between November 20,1858. 47 data, otherwise they will be barred; and those
: loss of and those WEBER & DAHHEEIMER of Townships WEST or Sew AUK EX RTVEK a
c Ilyrpepsia Indigestion or Appetite, New Orleans, Key West and Cuba, and intermediate indebted are requested to make payment imm.atrly.
who are suffering from Debility incident to recovery. MERCHANT TAILORS furnished at from two to five 4 dollars each,in advance. points on the Gulf; arriving at St Marks,on their way Insolvent Estate Notice. J AME S. RUST, b'l.
lassitude attendant Warm Ch.mate January22,1859.
1 from eickne or
to Key West the 18th 1st or 2nd of each July 2, 1859. 27-m
!i *, will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitter a .\- 'AKD DEALEKS is month and o at St. Marks on way to State of Forid>L
1Y li liable remedy, bracing and renovating the system 'PLANTERS' HOTEL"Ta11ahassee. ar.io 15th and 29th of t.bi month. County f
lJ 1 when prostrated. B. HODGSON Executor of the last Wi .
Whenever the Train RW.
i Directions for use accompany the Bottle. AND the dy. c. on Testament of Charles Alligood, months from t.h, first publication of this 0'
-"I Pit-pared and sold bv GENTlEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS will run o that I1 t EDWARD BARNARD.i C. H. FISHER, Proprietor. office of said county, a written suggestion that h beI with the Will annexed,of all and singular the

!t1 Druggist_ and Apothecary. TALLAHASSEE FLA. April9.1859._16-ly Prett. 4 Sup't.January 1 I .u the Estate of the said Charles Alligood t b chattels, rights and credits wh were of Joh g.
April 30.1859 18 -. .- 1, 185' 1 insolvent: Therefore notice ia hereby givho al ford, deceased,late of L cuat will present his

1Rh THE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving SYRUP & PORK OF TRAINS persona having el.im aiut said Ett to appear final account and te of Probateof
Sewing Machines. Store next to R H.Berry's A at1i SCHEDULE and file the same with th Jude of said Leon county, and ask & discharged iron fci.
Room a well selected Stock of SPRING .BARRELS ON THEFLORIDA county on or before t of September next. said administration.
A BAKER'S CELEBRATED FAM- SUMMER GOODS, suitable forGENTLEMENST when there will be pro rata the SOLOMON SILL Adm'r,4*.
GROVER Machines. New Style. Price from WEAR -AND- RAIL ROAD. Funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said May 14,lU,. 30-6

.: { t. $150 extra charges of$5 for Lemmers. The -
; 50 ,
Machine are strong simple, easy kept in order. Sew consisting in part of French and English Cloths Cas- s.cy 'VVos't S.A Ti' P.TDLENTY ee FtL.D.. W. OWYNN, Judge of Probate. : Notice.QIX
a strong seam. They will do better and cheaper sewing simeres and Vetting*of the latest style and beet quality good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS March 124wFarmers' .
I+ J than a searrttress can, even if she works for on* which they are prepared to make up to order in JL. for sale here. ALSO coarse or fine Key West 1,18511. Months after the first '11t of this DC.O .

I ceut an hour,and are unquestionably the best Machine a workman-like and fashiouable manner,and on REASONABLE SALT, at LADD'S, Newport, Fla.NOT. LAVE FERKANDJNA DAILY, Lice,the undersigned wi totbeHeo.Jndge .

r *in the market for family sewing on account of Tuxa.. Also a good assortment of 20, 1858._47_ ( EXCEPTED,) .C THE < ef Probate of Leon CEjgty, bis final account
e vouchers administrat Vtae Estate of Joa
Iq their simplicity all durability varieties,of ease of management, and READY-MADE CLOTHING, Guns Guns Guns ON arrival of Steamer* from Charleston and S.nnn &Exchange Bank a. &deceased,late of aud county,an4
adaptation to family sewing-executing Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties Shirts. Me Caeet.in at Callahan with Stage ToD u
either heavy or fine _rk with equal facility, rino. Silk and Cotton Under Shirts Collars Socks, THE irodersigned Las now permanently located .,Ga.; at Baldwin with OF CHARLESTON t 8ma.LIEON
L and without special adjustment Gloves de. ctc. Ac.tfT" _. the Post-orSce where be ia prepared Stage for Tallahassee; at Trail Bridge with Stage 1.WHI Adrift
I tF Send for a Circular. ta\e in the most workman-like and prompt manner, to for Middleburg; and at Surk with Stages fer New- SIGHT ON NEW YORK, NEW May 7,11.
Address L M. FOLSOM, CeuterrOle, Fla. They would this method of tendering make and repair Ganjeville; Micanopy, Flemington, ,AND CHARLESTON
their thanks to their old customers and the Danie a
April !3, 189. 17-6m FOR -
for the liberal heretofore bestowed GUNS, RIFLES, GUN-LOCKS, SALE Notc.SIX
i generally on them,and h. by patronage strict attention to their in fact all work pertaining to a Gun or Loebmit.b.Wit.b LEAVE Starke daily,(Sundays excepted. ar ArwL mt.fr of this D
I pe ot Stages,and connecting at Fcrnandina with Tallahassee. Dee. 1858. 49 executor of the last "W
Plank Road All Right! business to went a continuance cf the same the above qnalifiettkms be expects to merit a r.a undersigned .
for Savannah and on Monday, and testament of James Whitebead
J. WEBER liberal patronage of the citizens of this place and Steen Cr1t ,
THE undersigned having purchased Ute entire in- surrounding country. Tuesday. Wednesday and Fry. State Bank of present his final account aa such eet&the
of the Georgia 4 Florida Plank L. DANNHEIMER. tST N. B. Gun locks always for salevn hand. A COLE, Supt FordAT Judge ef Probate of L eoooty 4k-
Company,'Will put the same in good travelling Roadi April !, 1859. 14 AUGUSTUS BROWN. TMay1.185818 chargsd. B WH1TEHEAD. ExV.Joo ..
I This may be relied on. The rate rf tolls I March TA L1AHA SSEE.O 4,183g.
i !6. 1859. 11 Wc
duced 25 cent. To at *
pet person N. C. .
$ BLACK-Shi'i'niNG :7" orncc iw KUTGKU Q
1 wishing to contract by the season a suitable deduction -: RAILROADrpHE NOTICEI IILLBOROUGH. .
will be made. But the ruinous credit .., .
,' system so milE SUBSCRIBER gives no1. t KUTABY
abo* d ia thi.region and on this road I oinl'stand. ; tice that he baa opened his|Ef/Gl/ Iii.. .',__ rt II J' -CAE. SIGHT ORLEANS FOR SALE. A LL person having claim o de.
must for the road. Suitable .t*.the Estate James T.
Somebody pay using {BLACKSMITH SHOP again ia\r of the THE SUPER
attention of Ooosignees goods by o
made to those 6 and A mule State Military WM. BAILEY,Presi-JenC of Leon to ,
deduction running connection with his Lrror STABLES where be will JL Tallahaavee A Peoaaeola Geprgia Railroads B Ci county,a required present IJI '
teams by the Masoa when arrangement are mad have done all kinds Plantation and .p.-k. A& For a W. R. PETTE3.Ce. to Uesera Papy
beforehand. JERR RICHARDS. respectfully 1 called to the followMgnle: C. C. TEW. KUiboroagB N.C.March Feb S pl1utbt,within twe yean .

Richard Mill, April 9,'69.'. 18 -ALSO---- Rtdt t, of TU AtMM & Pea. J Oro. R. R. C. 12,1859. 11lyExecutor's date or Una notice will be plead ia bar ef their rereorery

--- HORSE SHOEING b the very beat manner; Freight are payable in cash on delivery of goods, ; and all penoM indebted t* said estate ar,.
On Consignment O and will use every endeavor to Lave work. and storage will be charged on articles lying over Notice. SBS..A requested to mate imvediate payment t*my ageata

.. done with dispatch,and to amt cuslsxaers.P. after the following period*; MOST or and attorneys -. -' -
fBBLS."Plant Extra!and "Super'fiarfFLOUlt B. BROKAW. To Coosipjees in Tallabassee. S day. "VTQTICE. i hereby gHen to all persona havipe DPJB.AUaT.&l' lAKY SL ARCHER, Inratrix.

IL) JanuarylISEQ. 1 within 6 miles of a depot, _LN claims o demands against the estate of EfedgE. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS July 9, 1819. M-8w
t -oo. Sidee.- a M M IS 0 M 9" of Leon wbetber ueito
Hanclat et Warranted Growth of18581: J JrpHESE
jTS* 8W> Shoulder j1f oeTl2a 14 d present u '
/ J f5K..W:;*. Stluj & Shaji .bH& Jfogtr Cured For .Sale. This rule will be strictly adhered to.and parties
ir .' GOOD TWO HORSE CARRIAGE sending'Soc goods are requested to comply therewithor from this 4a'duly authenticated,o they will bibarred" JL a will consequently fiuoruh the better ia a A FINESUPPLTOF AJtEScEIFEIONS11judreceiv'edsod1hvsai.by'>
: A
_ ...te 0 ***. "aT} aWbislc4Tue ..::," AND HARNESS lorut. Ue good caoaot be delivered. ; t iebe to said estate&re- 'warmer one like ova.ty -

: .., 'f- cAaL..e J1ft' Apply to E. HOUSTOUN, Snp'L quested t make fmtl.tdr. Call early o t yovr orden,that yon m1 ')1YDSci oO&MA-N.
A. H. RT Vom.lltr.Fb. Executor. varieties .
P. B. BROKAW. Sutin and Quioeypeper copy. B.o LJ. get lb AE. LEY.Juary February S6, 1859. t
?8, nip> v..if' .. Junt, 1, 1859. 23 February 25, IU' V June : 185'. e63m 8,1S59. !

A : -.5- -- -- .

-n- t -. ____
______ -" --, 5
l' - .. .
L : .._ -tit' -..- -_ ._ (. --:.-- -- t .
: ._ -.' fB .' -: F_: :-' _-g__.___ .

'- -'-- --,!- .,-- .