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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., APRIL 25, 1857. VOL. IX-Na.: 17. .
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# profrssioual (Ear&s. BY ATTTHOBITY For st'cmd; ol'filtecn! annual iiit Ilmt"lItli for ond : ul For Hist%of tive equal annual tunbilaients J ,

-' support of two smiths and smiths' shops, per I for In agricultural Implements and carpenter's. .
=-; : : LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. third aiticlo tieaty twenty second February,, : tie Ity ., furniture, and building &.
E.IIAIINARD Jr. eighteen hundred and filty five, two thousand ar and tern!*, cattle, Iubor.an! necessary nsera' /. :

: WILL CONTINUE TUB [C !.cLrDE r.] one bundred and twenty dollais. h twelfth per attielt of the teat' I
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DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS CHAT. CXXyilL-An Act making Appropriations' Chippewns of Sagatiaw, Swan Creek and Brt July, eighteen hundred ad fifty .a"
far the Current and Contingent Expenses of the Black Klfer;-For .first of five equal annual .' fifteen thousand dollar. '
ticAT THE OLD STAND,. KlUV Indian Department, and for fulfilling Treaty Stip- instalments fo'r e'jfuca'ional! purpdses, under and 1 for For first instalment for the of .
ulations June with thirtieth various Indian Tribes, fur the yearending tin direction of the President, p'er Second ei steel blacksmith for ten 'DPp moed
,one thousand eight hundred p
OF TUE lUgf U"ETAE, and fifty-set article of the treaty.. of serohd August, r?gl. artic. orhl Ibop ofhiryJlnt /. -fgh.

For second of twenty instalments in coin, teen hundred and fifty five, foiir thousand do! dred ar tl.n and ffv fre, thQUAD'rW '

Orntr of Clinton nr.J Monroe ttts, Tal1Abu!,.. goods, household furniture, and cooking utensils lars. F j and hundred and forty \ .,
Jiimary I!, 1856. 3 _ agricultural implements and cattle, car- For first of five equal annual instalments for For first instalment of principal .payable
--- -- -- penter's and other tools and building materi. for agricultural implements and carpenter'stools in lion annually for ten yars, to,be distributed per
Co-Partnership Notic.e. a'.s: and ht moral and edgcnticnal purposes, I I household furniture, and building mate- six, Oc. capita, in the usual manner ot paying Incr. :
rpUE un.lcn-iiined }hive tieWHOLESALE this day entered. into A coplrtnt'nh.p per fourth nrticle treaty Thirtieth September, lials, cattle, labor, ami necessary useful aiti- flflh ties, per second article of the treaty of thirty!

J. : in & RETAIL I eighteen hundred and Cfty four, nineteen des, per second al ticlt It; the tn'aty of second ) eii! first July, eighteen hundred.and fifty five,,tea
thousand) dollars. August, eighteen, hundred ::nd fifty five, per article thousand dollars. -
DRUGBUSINESS: ,' For second cf five instalments) in blankets, five thousand dollars. fifty For interest on two hundred tad ninety}! .
\1 c cr the CRIKC and style vf 1 cloths, no'--' guns, ammunition, and such For first often rqual annual instalments in six thousand dollars, unpaid part of the prin

j AMES&UVELYSTflEY I other articles of necessity as they may require coin, to be dittributed per capita. in tho utual .. \ j in mo cipal sum of threo bundndrand six thousand
-- to the Bois Forte, band; per twelfth article manner of p tying annuities, per second and ) eighth doUr fur one year, at flveper'eentsrpn 1 ;
will be pleased to se their friend treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred nrtirle of the treaty of second August; eighteen j treaty and annum, to be distributed .capita, in tat .
en.l patrons at the old stand of D.II Am**. and fifty four, two thousand doll.1rs.I t hundred and fifty five, ten thousand do!I- dred June, usual manner of paying annuities, per second
i- jiorUicntof*hcrt-thy will Artic1ettaP't'ttAiningtotlteir keep a full and general t For second of twenty instalments for six lars. thou article of the treaty of thirty first July eighteen .

of buifl I). H. A 31 1.::. I sUJiths and assistants. per fifth and second articles For first iI1 tarn! nt for the SUPPOI of one hundred and fry five, fourteen thousand
De :3. LIVELY. treaty thirtieth September, eighteen blacksmith shop, for Icri! year?, per second article eight hundred .. \
Jan.hl! 1, IM, 1 I hundred and fifry four, five thousand and forty of the treaty of second/ An;(dst, eighteen I fourth and For first of tn'eqnal annual instalment, I
-- dollar hnndiod and fifty five, twelve hundred and I six, si at five in lieu farmer, treatystiua'I2.tobipIJper it
"MILES NASHCO... For second of twenty instalments for the forty dollars. : capita, to tbeU f rand t ttlveruztawns Vt t J Bl A ; P A : .

IN support of six smith shops, per fifth and second For building a gust and saw mill. purchaseof for second article of the treaty Of thirty; fir-t :

PZALEUS articles treaty thirtieth September, eighteen necessary: fixtures and iiiarhinery, construction fifty ly, eighteen hundred and flity five,threfc tbod .
" DRUGS, |g& P1IXTS, hundred and filty (four, one thousand' of dam, race-, and other appuitcnance thirty I sand fivo hundred dollars. Provided, Tat
three hundred and twenty Iollars.I per second articlu of the treaty second no put of the appropriations for the Ottawa
f JIEWCIXES' H 01LS I I I Chi; pt'was of the iisisstfpi.Futlil.Ii I August, eighteen hundred and fifty five, eight three at And Chippewas of Michigan.fchnll be expen .
the' of thousand dollars. ded until the assent of said to the.
infurm ttir fiiends and the puUic.thi I, treat) twenty second February, eighteen Indian
1'TOULD\Y thev have on 1:10,1g.od! ft6'iitinent of me hundred and filly 'five.; I For purchasing a saw mill, and repairs and Senate amendments to said treaty aa first
; articles us are generally 5pt in their line(.r business I For one third of the; last of twenty instal. fixtures b [be erected arid located, in pursuance five be obtained. (
i sfj-i will be receiving mjularly frcih Iupp iel'. Tbe'u ments in money, per second article treaty of the first ai'iiendinent: of the Senate to three Ottowas of Knntas.-For,their proportion t

f t'nn! hiU h''ras.Mviblf.9th 1853- 14. twenty ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty the second article *f the treaty second Augus' I For of the permanent annuities in money, goods, ,
1\1.llallisE't', Apiil l [ seven, and e-gth article treaty thirtieh: eighteen hundred and fifty five, four tools, / pur or otherwise payable under the fourth article ;

!IH'GII .\. ou LE Y, September' eighteen hundred and fifty four, 1 thousand dollars. I fter of the treaty of third August, seventeen bin !
t three thousand one hut dred and sixty tix dollars For payiiM nt of the present just hid -bled- I I ar dred and ninety five, second article of the .
Attorney at Law, and sixty seven ceri's. ness of said Indians, in pursuance of the second dred I and treaty of seventeenth November, eighteen

TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Jtnuarv For one third of the last of twenty instal. amendment of the Senate to the second For I hundred and seven, fourth article of the IrS-

17, IS:;.. 3-1, I ments in goods, per second article treaty article of ti.e treaty of second August i-igh- ] I ty of the seventeenth, September, eighteen 4
t twenty nintli July eighteen hundred and thirty tVI'U hundred and fifty five, twenty thoustnd treaty an hundred and cighteefo and fourth article of ]

Dr. Miles H. Nash Ii seven, and eighth article treaty thirtieth dollais.Chic'tasaws' i and I' : the treaty of twenty ninth Augus eighteen l lI
Sej 1 tcmber, eighteen bundled and fifry four, \ .-For permanent annuity in and I hundred and twenty one, tbouud six :
CFTXE8 illS raOFESSIOXAL blUTICtS TO THE CITUrNS 01tAtL.u.ssiE six thousand three hundred and thirty! three goods, J per act of twenty fifth February, sev- I For I : hundred dollars.Pnwnees.For. '
Sl'R\lOI1"'DlGCOt I
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: I dol'ars' and thirty three cents. I enteen hundred and ninety nine, three thousand the agiicnltnral
lDmediatel eaitof the implemenc
with Dr. IL Xash, I I
OFfiCE. ,, ] For one third of the last of twenty instal. dollars. teenth I | ; 1 Au. during the pleasure of the Pradlat,
?ily 19 15.MEDICAL, O. I ments for the purchase of provisions, per sec For pa\ merit to the ChSckasaws in fu'l three, : fourth article treaty ninth Octo r.. eightwci
ond article treaty twenty ninth July, eighteen consideration f.ir their interest in tha I aseJHidt.d For hundred and thirty three, one thousand dol
NOTICE. I hundred and thiity feeveu, and eighih article for in the ninth aiticle of the treaty during lars. ,
'i ei. treaty -thirtieth September, eighteen hundredand of twenty Second June, eighteen hundred and eighth ) Pottawatomics.-For permanent annuityin
i. DR. BURROUGHS fifty four, six hundred and sixty six dollars filty five, in conformity with the provisions l'igh e and silver, per fourth article treaty third August,
TTAVlNf} lxr. d iu Tanaha.CFeefl"t'rs his proJLI and sixty seven cent tho tenth article of said treaty two hundred and ( aeve teen hundred and ninety five, ono thousand i!
f"'r-S't'IIl1'l'r\'il'l'8' to t! public. Office opposite thousand dollars. For : : dollars. pFdr
J .OIt For one third of the last of twenty instalments j
Dr. Barnird" Drugre.: : for the purchase of tobu'co't r second For expenses of commissioners \vlio: signed permanent annuity in silver! per third ..
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Dee. 30 185C. M-5m article treaty twenty ninth July, eighteen tho- treaty on the pa't.of' the Chickasaws, Sep article t-eaty thirti th September eighteen 1
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Dr.: N. G. McBONALD hundred and thirty seven, and eighth article in coming to, returning from, and while remaining one five hundred and nine, five hundred dollars.! '
i treaty tbiilieth: September, eighteen hundred ; in Washington city, per twenty second Fur permanent annuity in silver, per third
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i MOXtlCELLO, FLA.1TILL I and fifty four, one hundred and sixty six dol! I article of the tieaty (.f twenty second 1 \' and article treaty second October eighteen hundred .
alt?n,l irr.h assiJuoue care, all un' ..n'tru June hundred ami five I fourth I and two thousand five ba trtd
lars and sixty seven cents. eight en fifty sbven- eighteen,
:-J to }.UlI. For one third of fifteenth of twenty five in teen hundred and sixty six dollars. \ dollars.
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Office adj"irir.1[ tliat; of Col. Bilvrortb.M % '
\ith22. 1856. 12-ly stalments in money, ptr fuuitlariicle treaty Chippewas, Menomoires; Win riehagoes, teen t of. For permanent annuity in money, ptr second
_ and New York Indians. For education dti-' lars. i article ntio'h '
fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty treaty tw September eighteen
R. H. BERRY* I two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September ring the! pleasure of Congress, per fifth aiti For hundred and twenty eight, two thousand
for
I I eighteen hundred and fifty four, four cle teat! ) eleventh! August, eighteen hund'ed article dollars. :
Auctioneer and Commission thousand one hundred and sixty six dollais and twenty seven, one thousand! five hundred I I teen licd For permanent annuity in specie, per sec ;

MERCHANT. I I anti sixty seven cents. dollars I I dollars.Fur ond 81 tide treaty twenty ninth July, eighteen :

I, T..uUEII S, Fl ., Sept. 29. 1S55. S9 I For one third fifteenth of twenty five instalments Choctaws.-For permanent annuity, per hundred and twenty nice, sixteen thousand
--- in goods, per fourth .article tieatyfou1 second article teaty sixtel'nthuv.. mber, eighty dollars.
JOHN B. LLOYD th October, eigh een bundled and forty eighteen hundred and five, three thousand value v't.I r pay For life annuity to chief per third article I
A"\-'Lc't1.oneer two. atttl eighth article treaty thirtieth September dollars. by far. treaty twentie'h October, eighteen hundredand 'J
eighteen hundred and fifty four, threft For permanent annuity for support of light line ( : ar thirty two, two hundred dollars.
AND thousand five hundred dollars. horsemen, per thirteenth, article t ealy eighteenih ,. i For life annuity to chiefs, per third ankle !

COMMISSION MERCHANT, For one third of fifteenth of twenty five in. October, eighteen bundled and tw my thirty : five treaty twenty six September, eighteen hundred f

,; TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. stalments for the l cuppoit schools, per fourth: six hundrel 1 dollar?: four and thirty three, seven hundred dol [
article treaty four.h: October, eighteen hundred For permanent provision for education, For lars. 1
July' 19. 1856. 29-1, and forty two, and eighth article treaty per second article treaty twentieth January, ) dol! For education, during the pleasure of Cdn.

S. S. thirtieth SepUmbcr, eighteen hundred and fif. eighteen hundred and twenty five, six thousand sixth : gress, per third article treaty sixteenth October f.1
KUIGHT
ty four, six hundred and sixty six dollars and dollars. one fifty eighteen hundred and twenty MX.second
a AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT. sixty seven cents. For |permanent provision for blacksmith, lars. : article treaty twentieth September, eighteen
I' For one third of fifteenth of twenty five in per sixth article treaty light-enlh! October. hundred and twenty eight, and fourth article .
TALLAflACSEE, FLOBIDA.SpUrr.hcrl,1865.
11 stalments for the purchase of provisions nnd eighteen hundred and twenty, six hundred teenth treaty twenty seventh October eighteen boo-
05 dollars. sixth six dred and two thousand dollars.
tobacco, per fonilh article treaty fourth October thirty ,
WILLIAM SCOTT eighteen hundred and forty two, and For permanent provision for iron and steel For permanent provision for the payment
eighth articlo treaty thirtieth September, I 'per ninth article treaty twentieth January, I lars. of money. in lieU of tobacco. iron. and steels
A77OXNSV: AT LAW, eighteen hundred and fifty f four, six bunded eighteen hundred and twenty five, three hUI,. For and six per second article treaty twentieth September .

JlOJrriCELLO, FLA. and sixty six dollars and sixty seven cent dred and twenty dollars. money eighteen hundred and twenty eight. and
J6ljSO,1865. 30 1 1 jan For cne third of the last-of twenty instalments For reappionialioii) unexpended balance, four tenth article of (the treaty of the fifth and ...
----- for the establishment of three smiths' per act of fourth June, eighteen hundied and article enteenth Jane, eighteen hundred and forty
"ilCHAUD.' ., -T.- -:.':-:. ,. -CDAEtEB. ,r ,.W...DOWNINQ flBIICliTT ..- shops, supporting the smiths, and furnishing :hirty two, on account! ot cattle delivered up and ; ',. six- three hundred dollars. '

& DOWNING, iron and htt-e'', per second article treaty twvii- to the agents of the government, carried to For permanent provision for fifty btrrtlar
iTTOSXEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FCR CLAIMS ty ninth July, eighteen hundred and thiriy surplus fund per warrant number twelve, dated on six o( salt per second article treaty twentyninU .

> AO. 490, ficvriuh flrt.'cf. seven, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and forty to the July eighteen? hundred and twenty nine, .two .

;. WASHINGTON CITY. eighteen hundred and fifty four, one ei;hit, per sixteenth article trreaty twenty seventh seven, hundred and fifty dollars.
\WILLprartict before the Court of Claim.,and thousand dollars. September, eighteen hundred and thirty, dlh-r For interest on six hundred a'.d forty three t !
: before Congretiiud the e.rwal For one third of fifteenth of twenty live in. I one thousand anti sewn dollars and fifty of the thousand dollars, at five per centum, per seventh .
-partment8. ,, ntyi article of the of the fifth and .
stalments for the support of two smiths' shops, I cents. : i treaty sav.
f. July 28, 1855. 80 including the pay of two smiths and assis For payment to the Choctaws for th.-ir re- thirty i i for I enteenth Jane, eighteen hundred and forty ,"

A. PERRY AMAKEB"TALLAHASSEE. tants. and furnishing iron and steel: per fourth linuuishmenl and least1 of lands, iu con lorinity. teenth Arti- eix,. thirty two thosand one hundred and fifty

: ATTOYAT LAW article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred with the provisions contained in the tenth :and two bun- dollars.
t and forty two, and eighth article treaty thirteenth tides of the treaty of twenty second dol! dol Pottawatornies of Huron.-For permanent

FLA. thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty June, eighteen hundred and fifty five, annuity( in money or otherwise, per second:
Mayt.1853. *0 four, six hundred and sixty six 'dollars and one hundred thousand dollars. ment rtrticra) treaty seventeenth November eighteeot : .
five one hundred and seven, four hundred dollars. .
EDWARD II. WEST. sixty seven cents. For interest on five hundred thousand dollars -
For tone third fifteenth of twenty fiv. in- nt five per centum, for education and f urt cen Quapaws. -For education during the pleas ;
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, stalments for pay of two formers, per fourth other beneficial purposes, to be applied tinder forty I hun of '-'IrA.. .rf. thn.... .PrpftirlMit-.,.;._"U., r. third....W -IPli4...... bed a WWJ' >

.1 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. aiticle treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred the direction of the general council df the thirteenth May, eighteen hundred .and thirty .
and forty.two, and eighth article treaty Choctaws, in conformity with the provl ions \ 1 three, one thousand dollars. _
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April 6. U5$ : ill For blacksmith *nd asshttnt, shop end .
thirtieth September, eighteen hundred nnd contained in the tenth and thirteelh articlesof ? thou
hundred and three dollars second June tools and iron attd steel for shop during tja
FLOYD & HOLLAND, fifty four, three thirty the treaty elf twenty eighteen third article t
the of the
three five thousand nent pleasure Presfcfobfper
and thirty cents.For hundred and filty five, twenty of
Attomeys at Law. second of twenty instalments of annu. dollars. and ? treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and ,
practice in tb. Circuit Courts of Middl eth or thirty three otto thotttand and sixty dollars. '
j WILL W tit tFlvrid and in the Supreme Court ity in money, per third article treaty twenty For interest, from the twenty second of .
cf the State AlIO in the VilUicfCourt of the United second February, eighteen hundred and fifty June, eighteen bundled and tifty five, to the For twen- For farmer during the pleasure of the, President v

States in the Northern District of Florid five twenty thousand dollars.. thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty third article !rtajf thirteenth May-;]
J Fl port per
Office ApmlacLicoU .and Lake Winnibigoshi&h Bands. '
FLOYD, thousand of
R.J. Pillager six, on five hundred dollars, at five amf three six .hundred .
P1. I article eighteen hundred thirty ,
P. nOLLAND, Offiw Quiaey instalments .
D. of
-For second of thirty annuityin I per centum, for education and other beneficial and dollar : .
Dee.It, 165& 61 third) article treaty twenty second under the directionof siz : ,
money, p tf purposes, to be applied -( For fuTanlng treaties negotiated eighteenth
WILLIAM S. DILWORTU, Febl aary. eighteen hundred and fifty five, the general council of tho Choctaws, in y November eighteen hnndred and fifty four,"
Law one thousand six hundred and sixty six dol- conformity with the provisions contained in chase with certain: bands of
Connsellor at
Attorney and larstnd sixty six cents.. the teuth and thirteenth articles of the'treaty for Chssta, Scotorjf,.'and Urnpqoa Indians. '
MONTICELLO FLORIDA., For second of thirty Instalments Annuity of twenty second 1 June. eight.en hundred and two For second of fifteen Instalments''of anmnij,%
iriLL' practie ia th. Coorts of the ,Middle; Cir- in goods, per third article treaty twenty sec fifty five, twenty five thousand six hundredand nine to be expended as irftted'brthe'' PrtM*$t trrtbird 1' '
V f etgt and Thon.i sod Lovodes ConntT, G* tfnd February, eighteen hundred and fifty five, sixteen dollars and forty threo cents. est at ar.tcte.ftea1t'erghttenth Noreekbtivefahteftor

M&rC11U.186 -12-11. eight thousand dollars.' For_ expenses of commissioners who signed and bandred'arid fift f fotir, ttrbrthottiaa#
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Loxh For second or thirty instalments for pur. the treaty on the part of the Choctaws, in treaty : ; lrcb. dollar// : ,* ;
GALBRAITH, pose of utility per third article treaty twenty \roraiug to, returning from, and whilst: .remaining fifty For'second"of fifteen' (nstatatttt. for tta :

ATTolumri AT LAW, TALLAHASSEEFui.i second February, eighteen hundred and in Washington city, per twenty second pay of Carmerj I fifth article! ;trarty M.:

\f A.LOHO J.:B.O ALBR AITH hare swoej.IU. fifty five, four thousand dollars. article of the treaty of twenty seoond June ln- teen NovOTNjr; eighteen, b4n&ed"aJ1 '
kttd tbetaselre io the pnetke of x.". They For second of twenty instalments for purposes eighteen ,hundred and flfiy' dye, three thousand per n for, six hnndred.dolkrt. : ::'." ;V.'
last
vUUlteDdtb. MiJdU Circuit,the Su- third article
CbarUJotb education treaty and
prtUe Courtl and tb. Dutrkt Court of the U mtedState. per hundred uiue! hundred and sixty one'dollan article For second of T"l festafetos* 'Q. W
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second February, eighteen
T.lI.J..L. twenty. fifty cents. sand of "o'amith"'abo'.J\ 'WiiW' '
Office oppotitt the Ooert BOOM. and fifty'five,three thousand dollars. Indians. For annuity ;. dol-e eftbteeftth Novei r R'
Christian permanent ,
for
October 'For second of five annual instalments I .
28, 116** IT ,sixth fifty r n two thoawad obi bilirWab
and in money, per acts twenty May .
lead twine
the porehase.of powder, shot Imith dollars." .' r. r .a., ",, .
hundred and four 'and twentieth twenty .
twenty !
third article twenty tec- eigbt eu '... .,
treaty ,
tobacco,' of 1t1.:
per rtNl
Anderson Feeler, ond February, eighteen hundred and,fifty five May, eighteen'hundred njnd twenty six, : un For'at-' :.rf. MS .: r.'V ..;,
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dollars.Creeks phI ..
four bnndred og t .. .
Attorney and Counsellor at Law fix hundred dollar forty tb..aJ k -r "k 'a..rki. :
For second of five Animal. instalments' for /-For permanent annuity in money. ; ; m<*j .J.' ; ,. =r 4thonadd ..".

.SOLICITOR, NlwpoJU'FLOllI1fL:IN EQUITY, the_ hire of tix laborers, per third article hoodred treatytwenty per;fourth. ,hundred rticlo and treaty ninety seventh, ono.,Aunpst thousand, seventeen May 'hon.>'.of. .b NanthberILleige, .: b ::;:..> 'r.i.t: 't ': 1.
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WILL Pnrctie b th0aart of tbflOilU and fifty fire, two thousand roar In see ." '. .- .
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3tb1jTr1b af\\'csiington' thcrely incrcaiiug joj. -0GL.dklkh -- is not only wise butl&ccesmry. ncijch1or. road in proportion An f"dari ) J5.7I-.'X A'j ,
County ubrIp1Ion. to build tlio ,
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1 fible the libation -restirg cj on thnt Department of'Florida, tieforc the njkfaion thi* of
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a4 .e I te his pupcrty,
s S. e* to use every means r.t( its &nir1 to bring, the war Q ISAM dated-Jiewvnvs for ImilliqJ7ouJJfke poIcof kee1'ing the iiternal ii4ljo'vcueflt syternno tosLia"'wanU Flour, sugar, |

? : I Ih unit hia1 fllreliiV pori witbfterblrttrr1lt! $ a -nefit.hi-ljroportlon be at- The nmvr tli it a detachrntfct of C ptCWiaDy Jci'
to a f]>ecdy an 3 successful,terminal ion. (j etJ.arp1K)% Coffee; iron, ali\jterythr45.w: ;* LUV. must | "
the of tht.$1Jetem,1s M. VV killed a Xm ,ndSquu
But if we ate thus compelled from a sense of duty cf Railroads'on ,ralut of LiinLiJ-7hcir iipetuccfzHnCtIe iar a .tt12stcta, k1 : railroad "fecteel in prfce bntle iera It cost us to get it hero ; *
1 J bt'.granling ft chcr jf fo?p con- w.ar.d child on the 13th alt,U
APRIX25,8S7
SATURDAV, > d cked-1sionfron Leon to Jackson onei71ed, Vft. mU and rd 11 alrosd iswoith ) enfirmt
to ceuskre tKeofdtr, withdrawing Gen. Harney, { county. Ot J'ciiMtfltaConncclioto by brancfieitfoni''Qriinejf iiectibii from, Jfusscola tto Mentsoirtf, iad thus /and much ev thkg the more as the difference ja cw t cf haulinj attempt was made to cnptnrt the n gro:

The Grand Jury Pre enim :t-of JeffrrionCotmty what words can fij>rcM our indignation, at the in- | to JaekfotC countjfttnd JJalnbridtpi'will tile monopoly pWnger tmielthrough'Pensa- so is 1.IbA by rail than wagons. bailed he ran into a dry grass pond ; tLe m ,

1R. formatica (if true,) conveyed In the following telegraphic take their CvtU s to tie Atlantic iia Florida' eohi, the itronjresfm.VuYy.for Delusive legislation those who dltTr with me"as to the fnirncsfi of' fired ; the Negro cronehed to the mS till th.
cnaroidAblyjcrywdeduat ti.dayI I that! could To
is ... Savannah Rzlreq-4azcidntn! to "J'ntfrcolit end G't'iV/jria on the part of tl.c-Ft ;tifiiid the cWf tne 'over that by individaaK flames tamed over him, *d then jump-i Bp fto iran
-- dispatch"to fife raptrs? has been the county wibecriptlon
,
Jtailroad C/artrrfur branch to JSaSnbridgc necessary have rendered cxclui\ legislation politic are irv favor of railroads, be- a short distance, when Lie vnreer w itooMilby

R. llllton, E q. I TlIE 1'LCEtDA V..AT.VArniNCTcs -Ptnsacola and Mi>ntiii>iMry (coiuiectioti forfeited f'-rever. I do not suppose any }rdian and yet still fay conducive they to the prosperity of a country ft talL ITs died ,iium* liat.ly. A HOT** iJcfiild
]lie them
ji the Georgian & Journal of Oie 16th inst., this "\ April 14.-Active iKilitary movements The future of Florida Gulf Jiarbors-Amount of would desire to revoke this conncctluh hot'u to Pensacola alone if vial lie j i >,ing I would suggest the trial of. an individual subscript were captured about the same t'nna by t r/

fchtl roan'maScs a"formalrithoWa-Calculation to restrict her to a Florida ion fur the of building a branch tu\ tv of the tame Cotapan- They er.yers. ntnr t Frt

: from the Creeks and Sondnoltrs in Texas made uithtftii reference to Frtiplitx of Jiail- had the power to do so, or to debar lu-r through purpose lc. Bat
. chief of that paper. ahd announces his intention of delegation and other rail' Ct'ltIICCtlOflS fiom connect Quincy with liainLridge Albany, i _
will \iMt the !?<'niinol .3 in rlorida thia Fe.Eon und road cr fait ff the Atttn-afe ,-ertiot.---L.re1uinqc her Montgomery miles of this connection will have to be built ,

rotunuHg 'to Florida. t i persuade them to emigrate. of Cvti'-n, &c..fvr Iri-In-Jivtdt'al Fubrcfijitiotiittvrthen -4 becoming r. gruxt (Julf Depot and city, ns and she is j bj fight: Florida costing, at $rouo per rule, $48,000, til1 I.aL.tOZ'.

While regreninc;' that the democratic press of th- J-'nc fur lite benefit ff lh- J1i/O j ) jund to : e through her \arious roads, particularly i fund of Florida will
i The intelligence ghcn here we cannot believe is | rioted each there connecting her with the Deeming Hinl the Internal Improvement Two 1IJtJIII Kmene squaw
Georgia has lost in him an able, tigilant and hlghtontvJ by County Subscriptions, man jiaying, tt furnish iron and equipments as soon as the Pcnsa
{ 1-ased on any ituthority worthy credit. On the I I10th >.if {lit latter mo'fc, in proportion to hit wants f< .rtt'C I Witt.( "Much of the foregmnsc is applicable to viir [ Railroad charter Utimenjed
co-laborer, TTC cannot withhold -our gratificatujajhat fc't. Andrews! Buy, Ajmlachieola cola and Georgia Company's McN" illa nd Dumnce. with
: Imrbcrs. CactV.
inst., au extensive scout wnstolnve comnier.ced RQaJL'afls 2rljI R<*ad cuii le built by j other Ovlf ? the connection with the the
tjic.jlepriration restores to our own loved G wntif Sib'criptinn ai>n cannot b,1 fnririduat Si'bscriplion : anti White's "Bluff! in thi county, are all liai-bors co an to permit need be conditional nie, left Ft. Capron en the 26th nit. for t ten diri

btale'a valaalile'and cLcnslicd citizen. Sir. Hilton composed rf voltmteers, each company having a -Difference of cort of Tauz'-ri'pn 1'',, \ that in time must have their c--mimuiicatioii by I and(k-orgiitroad. The when subscription permission for such a con- *;out In the swampon the Wed tide cf Halrj.twkec.

make JacVsonvillc VAs future pUce cf ddtncc, defined fecti6n of country to oj-erati- in, and to LeI Kailroad and Wagons coipocJ-1sitscrip1ion to i iJt rail with tl e interior. With n i.anow. lengthened natural nof tion binding is obtained only and Ueorgia ready for it ; and (Lieut Shoup operating on the Eastand CsntGetty

furnWied with wag.ns and supplies ft.r ab ufA YyI <,ad to Laiabridae jirnjMtstil und amount Crop b.nmdarv ofvsea eo.ifct, and through it the : inducement I in bonU. On the 28lbon thc.St. Lucia Biter"thry
in association vilh L .1. Flimiug, Esq., (as I | such South fubfcs-iplion would act us a great
where Count ettiintiteJ distance brlireen hnt-lors \aM interior territory, ns found o supposed to have been
1S5G a
i/for length ef camp made
I day ,The region of country tml-raced in thc1j \sith the Florida to grant it. Build suCh 6,
, Company
, fjdcessors cf Cull & Fleming.) he rcs-.imcs the prac"tice A''torlda 7'ots-LTn(11 Motiving to liailroad.1 1 Alabama and Otorgin, joined to them by i.ature, and eigLt or tn, Indiuni the ocecpanti baticjr l .
j movements covers all that section between the line ofi tnte a road, or guarantee the building of it, thepeev *
und most Lttn-Jt Internal and rated Trom them: only by imaginary don ctl it about thirty-sir Louts
of Laxr. The new f.rru thus ttaris r constituting Jinnrovtnient t Fi-pa of Decatur lint of all South previotidr,

Javorablc auspiccf, and \rc ore quite Hire that ia i I port established for frontier protection mul Lake ]*\\iini-(frfieial return "f amount *<>.'
, OkecLbee-11e: Ktupc-gee tcun'.ry, tie! Kissimtnee, "* ubfcriptinn ly Cuitniies s(tiled in Florida and adopted at firA, u th" policy) of ft fctate) inuf'tcradually the Florida road indicating the COUM* they pursued, "On the 30tl
aid if need be
and to
on
us, ,
cii
*idling them a ft-rvent speed, -e cij-rcse Kfst.urcc Minorities Efi'tctof yield to u more Jibt -.il view of our true carry CaptV. McX. and I .)discovered eleven '
creryrlirre ce of -- they (
the coaet, the waraz anti unaniaious it movements"] ci.dnl it would that that the connection IH ma-le at their town.
;ry % iug M-im j jj And roa.'Uimrense
j nlalious with t-i-ler btutts. as our Tlie last
3Sr. Hilton formerly rcbidcd. -A th'av df J-'lnrida oret (fet/ryii in buildini/ our ci'nneetibhtith Tallahassee trails were seen. mentioned camp,
their
- -------- -- ------------- j they hr.vc cn'y: just fairly cororjcnced, this eeout, j jwe the sttinc nutvber of miL* "f Road through J'ioridu'i our l.iud advance iu value and our population so they Jir-.t mnct It wont secure do for them to trVt to the natural situated on the branches of the South Halpa-thoke were*

Ball Road% Question In Cadsdcn. bilicve, King the l rsl combined novement, I nili>abie Land Grants.To bee-onus tit ihC, we shall grndually become adrant'nge of their position for the junction of About eight miles West of the fork cf the St. Lucia
r-sitisfi'-d that tlu ro is room enough ami business the 31st the trail
I
The able and interesting csttciunicalion of A. J. embracing a large scope of country, since the nirlv the Voters of Gndsdrit County : enoujrh for all tinrosiils, and with them titles that the roads. They must control these route The found river which on led often Indians vit
ocro.-3 a
l of Gen. Wliile however it cannot bo Your CoiMity Cnii'missifniTS, r-s by law they art? (iiilf coa'-t will question is, or soon vill be, not railroads of no rail prairie. The trail *M
attention Hr-mey. br.ikl and the -itison our
tf will attract tbc ve can < followed about mile hen it
;
Quincy j a v entered
$ Foraan, Esq., fttilhori/e.l. hfiv" aj]-1Oifltf'd iJonday, I the 4th i1.v of roads but what routed will they run and where Wconit a nntll L n .
those the Atlantic. ,
;: of our Gadsdcn neighbor who erctoipa-s upon j true that active operntions have ai yet been -upeiided Miv li< t, to take the v''li'1 rf tie! county, to aaeertnin I-fcoine as impurtant to us as New Orleans on and Texas united. I mock. Ifid the hammock a oamp was fOMj
Mobil
the question of a County Subscription to the Pcnoa- it mibe in contenplu'Jon to withdraw into vh] ,'ili-r!) you r.rc- -Milling to follow the! exLlnpIo] l With hnilor the Florida tl.e >, 'ortli. Me.i.o, ( on the West and Let this (e-floi t of building a railroad of eight mile I; where the Indiana had stopped the previous night

the conclusion of the that Ins 1-' en tet you I by Lon, Jtil'ersoii, >?ndia<>:i > on and if successful in CJadvlen will A fire was turnIng, on which ISixU were roapstia,
. be made no one
fumier qwarteta"after ,
- cola and'Georgia; R. It. on the 4th proximo. The i present Sc.xith Atr.n'ua on I tl.e South, the fr.lf! of Mexicomu't that the: left )laaute
end ColuBibi.i <'ourif iiz: ('f iiHiirinif: ;i t il1ii- than proving jn great Th%
gcther Ly Mr. F. are SCOUt ; and if ?i we wish to pi\-tc.--t in :idineeng.iinst ; Income mi Aiii'-ri-'aii Mftiitcrniiusiii.Btst I njoice more myself.The I surrouzdel and
facts and arguments grouped j rarv tat lf nu-et the yearly hih-ivr-t mi, the is-ue <:fsiuh asst'asrel value of lauds in the county wn charged. Two
\
not alone calculated for the meridian of Gad den, fuili poli"j! % jvirticulsrly if tlie iidiiion of an nuiour.t of eon'ity I l.nn.l* :is \\ ill 1 l r fiilikicr tl.e tirrie ionimnt and! <-r..iet:iliittc I ui-ge suljtitof riie on, let this 1 ciiminuiiiLiii WC1i'oU-, j I in 1856 was .' .81,000,000 I of Capt. eNehh1's and one of Capt. Durr.

the v.'i'il HtHut act'ue cperatiors.: Hertofore **- to Trade! and lriil.Zk r. r-iilif-atl: frtnu tlie (telockt) t' i : Ciinupany, were so fortunate nv to. see two
but are applicable to all the Counties through I, country { i : i'.oaa.s Ko.iti->-Bir.-l-, ];<-n !i Ta.xes. Taxes j ji A* 1-oon as the railroad i is luilt, it will be. .2,000,000 I the IminuiOfk d"nie

. which the r >ad is de-isnod t<> run. On the other j in all HT tivml-Us with the :Jreraim.le*. evcojit I r.eoriM'i- Q'fu.ey until the levmue from raid i The ]iieiUt, and rit4 th' iiitnrt-, l H just now the! j ji 4litIO< negroes nt &500 tceh.2.01'O.OGO I 'if the f being firSd as each soon ts they gvta
glirnjjse >c thlVV -
xii-1
intort-f-t Itnhl
1-i.h! 1 !.u- jiMii'able ioniint t I killing Inelian
,4C 'IhCRC produced last 6,000 bales cotton nt $80 u
durir the >rioli (Gn.Vtih's nnn.i.il. it i iha I it( your
eide, "llampden" otfoi-6 vigUt xr<- 'Io the I tliat per
i ) of Gadsden should oppose the Milcription been the Intc mf th povt-rniju-nt to ] i.ie tIt j tlie extiij| b" tlif.t) the! I liHn! >.id Ci'i paiiiis! a/ t'- jt'ction, viil '>t relieve a the from the wises tulateo, .2i.0.000SCKM'Oo !I and the other n young man ofaLeuteigitny,1! **'
ti tour.ty
; the first seven of which arc purely d b'r.ict d-zohinq policy during ihi"1 isifniths! of s-urnir.* r, | tine l'rn T-illahiiN-! ; ni d 1 (Ce !'ir K-ysto l' iiiip.r.iiiu ; at intei-isr tjuiiHy tl.f i/i.i.d" after paving ex-tnst-s. On> weB grown. The utter Lad a good ri.'ijhot.b1 *

. LI. t, i'u :.i Ail I (tt.. \ia Macon.: :..ridfinn on ti 'ht tails and about twi-Ue loads cf good
on t :
I'liy.
loaviiu the IniH.ni meanwhile i in 1'ie powder
I SiA being rcsJdcat: of Gad esfi this sill ic f I hnvip.t dnta sffn.-iint: to <:q.i t.si a :
i' i11 \i.i 'j iinmi \ 1 iKIn!i i S.iv.iiiuah and: About the same time, Corpcral George P.awlt }
iAn of tlxir l tlii th.Tii time I t.ig. iiiioii do i concei\e tit ', her t Aritl the AugiM ftorni Ji-troyt-d amount enough to
rctrtatand : afTurding t-t n' : .117 t
meddle in matter to ci i-r ;
a relating i.j
fcffioi to _
posed <>usly j r;iT.:; v.-!,: <-ti tin- >; -t ti; s'r.il fr r.I'f.'sn'! ;.I1Z< ivMoi.t 1 have the riiln l clt-Hr and I'-ft the ('apt. McXtill's Co., c&ufLt a Sqcaw .tloct'lS
\ IKIWvt.r 1 ''is f-rt ti the paid lor ; >i< eoiir.tythfc
a#
< "Idly : >
,
and to make thtir little r.nd lay i >f may I
th We will however oppoitunity erop j i te'i&t l--u-t- 11.coieli5 l., I ji.-r-on office.Ar.othcr .
taxation within County. { ;. :iry: or Y.C! 'ir.e to I road auii lands of Horida y<-ar*
I i i'urfand f.icH: .-:>. a dway 1 lunch Company.
in a store of provisions a&niiitt the i-penir.i: <>f the: tl.a* t her like tii.-.t <>f flip Vrn i (.i.tri'ry. > trail, leadirp S tli, was f.iiar.d
iijite this rcraari-!f the people] c-f that County d | : <- f.illomrir.vii.. from JaL'k oriville to C. miles fivrn Aliipttor
ire a Haiirvad, they will never rot it r.nlrsr they nid-r .tooil il i.t: : th-; e'xi.cu-.i.tii of the ifcutliweeitrnKairoil > AHigu'or > -
i iftiifl rnd nwoki' .in .ld l)|.e, 5- r.i.t i.ti .r 1 .f-tli fwr ; I I another hammock, which was charged. A
- "mate subscription ia the manner ) :d. "V\\- itlopte l n .iifiVvdit c" ir'v. ?ii.nitr rnJ winUr jorC' fiui.i M.i> "ii lo ( l-'il. .-rpe .. able to pay I to i'e hahi.it.e! 105 mile, IA.2'jOi newly
a invpo cleared i.f
i-tilu1ii-r } J.ets than I piece ground where the Indians
> T.< vour pt' t Utcrprie; ;; 1 Tahlahins'e to Quincy 22 miles I a i
in Ixon tried for yiar* to gvt tip private Fiibscrip-j were all the &.:II< to Lni. Ti.o troop* wt-rc cnirv f.tJ t1i'>:t it.'.' j O.XJM iirt-s r.i hfI .in'1A'. ii tl.e a txteiiniua.=o>'r. a< tha Anu-neus rails were laid.l *nd. I t'fi'i Quiti'y to 1'tn-iicola 153, ", .180 just been tiigKii'g holes to plant ccrn wa iajjde......
likev ,
: :
t'.o :.K-rt the Iiuliahs driven Tixxcfv.reo: for buihlii tho !! .>il l! So :f-o \ I Jt is supposed they were frightened the
tion?, but vvirv attempt w.isa fillore, und f.aaly!] ; kept er.nrt.ir.t5y 0:1 !? < ns pjv.jiostd, j I MK-II dtiLl! ; !k -=s i- (hIS v. :!i be I the t-is f to Albany, Ga.i by firing
Veto of the C.'cn11 frora j !ace-to pl.sce t oj.jnrturuv j to e< iii.c'-i with tW l.oon fotihty iJoad at U'lycifojire ,- the !'. = .ci.la end trgia Unilj 3I) st the other cainp'and ran oil: Their trail was foiiovt.I -
as a Last res-jit, a &&ulisrij(;n by i -I lie t t'-rtiiiisi;' &.f -iv ;: : I ;
i-'ar. a M-ua: ;' 'l tor in ( huptc-r ClO' FoetionUuiiJ through a t'oggy pond to Lard ralinettoland
f.-r lautir.j was iade, procitfiy as is i.ow about to he itteaipttvl i j ? t-. ii.-irt. ]rt, (Cf st IiIUlital :y sjb.-crij.ti ri I by j Cu'i'j EULI I wh--r it iseat'ored iind'was lost After trying eTtryntratair

!: ia ;aiisocn. Cur sub -nptinn; :!* put lia.raivl: eaj'tuiit <-f riany of tl.e nx>ft dc--p r.iivof the ti tiitty, :.' it !lt ('.,1.] .< to t.-.k'- -took. (Mhrpnc'i,t n7iJoj.iy v.ill I I) C tl.r- Vitt.T |.l.i.'i- i iV'.I u the [>< int uf juutturc Donation tO railroad! companies I y [Acres.j I -ra to strike the tn.il in vain, and secretly
| v.illi, i it! of t he read fiM l! t iiil ri'ljc, iic-ss; t4 cili-
dcn-tli rr.ouoy Is b -h.g e\H& ?iii av; v. .'! ..iMiiito t tluif iiiti-Mtts. wmii as 1'nd. lKn---.tion State of ll.nvU IVnfa-
C ii.mie-ioin.rs 'Itiorj.ilin i by to I land of veterans abandoned the search in
<
lh* imty that
: ,
months time the of the Iron vas no u: in >: tait in t!.. :i nry qua -
rotrr.iDir.H'f Ptnrnol.i
few : the
ind in a tramp pi pat j : i ;a-l-kliii c<- ::: =i'l Kril.ir. ildii.iji.o I I ) to '
j cola at.d Railroad Co. of Internal and btrack Western
: > !!C.--trV : i'pi\i'l'-< > n >f t-x- i j Georgia tr, a course to Ilalpa-thokee.
Horse will be hcrd vcr the road thus lailt And r tliilr red jfti n, but if il.-ytiix- to b !.-\\ 441 (- and I f;*-t'rLiL 1 K.iiio.i>l <\tnq..tItV, i-he \vill I.e 1uruv.uueuit LinJ ) therce Ft. ; Xo cither
ccd t.fty: ;.tr c .Jt. '.2{ the! co.t uf eoi-lr.tr-n: of j >.C5.CO' to Capron. trails were found.

ee to the bug-be. r :il 1 out heavy taxes: tJ.o people the :nuili eovtV-u j.ii\ili-t: irgrowijig; c<-n:, jr.nup- paid flo:.(1. :h. y I pj l ] :1:: t tho faith and rew>tno ofsaii ti.t'ithto; i&rl'h. t.rti.-nate aid indixidunl-litre of stockholder-sin iiitt-rt-I withcouitt 1 iMtRXAt tMPT' FVXI, A-J ira ornnAt KERT-RTS, The above, although not official, we have rewoato
ti. her : -* :
Gadsden will ju-lce when wi- tell them thctout-sidv kiK ::nd r-otat'trs without iuwle--taiif>ii 'iupJt'.vn
h.- vniirivatl fr > fligator -
- Tallahassee! the itate, Gwiaty and Hailroad tax ]i nivr, we do notcc lit: that Jin\i"! '<, at'i: wh-tevtr inttreet the Ptni perhups | lt. Patented to State e.f FloriJrt by U. S. : This re-n.lput3efn scout i6 replete with interest. It demonstrate
:.: .-< t.r-r. iucn.f- tl.) k n: (u-.t to vxco l the rate the pcrtinn of the Seminoles that
amounts, all told, to :Jair.l2/-: ?*) and hzo-tH'd* ecu's J I T.ll prepare-d A.r a riaewui of l.oit'.lltif"i in the fi.il i b.iitiln :.-.i1 l i-or; :a ompany: has in the bt. Marks! ; to date, aerCs----------------------1 1,Si?,(MjO2tid. they divi jed into sinaI! bands ;
rit tiii j e-rVf-.t. ]jh1 jtni.u.i) to }:,> JH;..1 by: :ii r.niu.eil To b0 patentcel I do., .2.C 1 1.0; > are ; and mere important -

on the hundred uj.11rs.-cjtljjj the Ci y it is 67;. '1 ?- the whites. Ivor i is it jin a nit:we r.t ia f.i\orof, j jI ltx, ami thv' 1 bouus to !>e p.id in i full, ns tiu-y I b
: Is this frigLtfui?-AMth wuf Knilroad Tar, we paid 'I .. r.etimilit.iry cpen'-limii?" ott shig that: a lie, I by n-Mitioiiil tation, it'i.ot t gt.til.tUh1v rc- i county s-ulr'ii-ii-iit.Ht tii" rate (1 lijj ; and they reduwdto the necessity of lining solely

$5000 in ca.-h as a firt payment the Cvuaty Sub- ; "f ( rc.4.) and r-cminnlts'" fj-or.i: tli' A\\sl j isto 4hC'( d I 1 _v lie cn.'tt'.iii of n fliikii; fan for tout j uu cents pi-ojieity on the ?1;)>0 or yl.t'JJ on the Acres, Iithl. G.OOO.O'jO On wild cabbage and game. This last circumstance
ii that which mainly !
:2i. frcription of10.iOHl.Vith, the same tax, 10,00n !L.. employed in ptTfiiading: them! to u..i ii-.i '.- { t.rpo-c. npj! I y :-iOiin.:j i i :tialunn:, to ainvu.t to f ,'iii'J( 00 : 1)OiXI0) acres tir.-t grant by U. States. vaiuu- '.:on ut the -d-man. W'liile tho
!iiirovi.'iftit I 1'uii'l t' fs,( (;<> ;ji.r tni'e for tion lO0'Lt. p.i occasional death

of County B'nl have been je ieemed during the o fr frci it, it i* -tronir re.-sn-n why! betirejrovem'iit iron I rail- ;- uik.! T, itc-.. t ii: of r.ii ai!>ittii'iii.l JuAjnr ( ,; -sr-i'-inir nd I :t1OI't u.d t.I'1UI.t to '-f 1 ISmili-i'-f.l iflittCisl< I I Sold on ae't Ir.f. Improvement Fund eah ot a Warrior or tiie capture cf a Squaw, U gradualIv -
!mm" :
pact, and SKvv more will be redeemed by the hl."uld eontiuuo.i ( 'i.Vr )i employed nsllii for tht- jau\hi-i- o." the i.tcearv equip- 'Ti'r.- ii.tr -'t on thii i ..i.(1s j-rojiostd to bei I and bond#,.$-24.">,32 I lessening the strength and confidence of the In

dote of the present yar.-our Cour.ty Coiuifiissioii- Inl-.r.: agviits fir the 'iic' )UrIiOr, lint ht-took the, meitAO.., e-iV '-n.rii! !. *, rrr-, tiNiid appropriation i iffueJ at S Tier> cent, ptr arnnm i- 8,000, DOA ) i sold by U. States after grant and will Lt** I dian*, if energetic and conti-niions ncocting duty I Li'
t / <'or.-iiut" and < a 1itt !u-i i-r iiiortfrngcof I kept up, it will be nn impossibility for them to holdout
ers having wisely determined to talc tip the Bonds precaution to Fecond th<> tJ ats of hi? r.pents I by i'a hit' ritil, riIs. e..jt ;.1Ilt-ii: tr1 ggn1 tax levied by the rountyon l.itilz, negroes, notes, refunded 175COO t longer than two caia* ugns.AH .

ae fast as poViUc without maling the matter burlcnso23e k ej'iIi up artivt? SMtit ; and 5ftli4' ..vt-rnniPTit ) tuch j.-I=taiioe a. the 1 iVi.-.;h'J.t :.::il ( :corji.ii lIc,'_'tLiit.*, men-hanilizo, stock, itc., of i praise i.s due tho** who comprised tl>U cottt,
?2., I l ,'"*! !, instead of Sl.Ctijon l S
< to the people. Thus, by '55, *25,000 (.for I would now jih auythini 1-y moans t.f it- < '.,I'lj'.uiy 1 nay h In.n't l K to lender through iiiuh iduulHJII the iiujiiv.ry>l 1,1.11"i d-aJ ..mwould nm't to ?fJ,33S 23 T'r.g, lands donited to the rail oinpanici will jne I u well us all in the service, ftjr their rromptitnd

origirktl subscription will have 1-een rcdc(moil, 1 lciojati-, it wist f"llo-.v it timilar < our.-e. IV r --.TIJ ti'L! t-! w.l-' > cti.tit utit.. a plan jirc-fj-e- From' which deduct 1r yearly iuttreston LaUy not be sold until the roads are finiiicd.t : ia carrying out the .orders of Gen'L IUB.XST. If
I that of the I.'oid ier I they Lu b01d out. to the end they will be rewarded
lyiuil.ir: to LOW tIn- contract ,
annual interest our.elf wehave I'.ttlo ci.nlidenct- the I bonds to railroad, 8,000( ) ("0 t The querliou of the leg-U: a'i'hority of the ofSeerscf
anticiiv.ud '
TQd1ieing1be Jici-TO, l--nving out- : v< ry county 1'
; T iihn the river Jaeksonill an conscience
1 fr'jn ?' Ici Suwann- ; a corporation: cr county to sulstrile as agtcti of I approvi'g ferhaving Derfurrn.0

Ftan-ling only STS.n.'O, ::nt :tll of-which, however vod t< result from tlus ration. Wt1 be3i \ ;i iil l i'<-i-iiandiii.-i, And tlii- leaven ft balance :to be I them to railroads has beno universally decided in their Cotltitr-V service and nssi.ted in idingFToridaofa '

has as yet Ix-ca pit :n ll.e *Lapof Bondi. Buiat \ e ti.f-t thv Isiuii-.n are ucciiloJlv 'rre.l to ni->\ Tlie I'uiMiii!; of the i't4est: i*, then, with the I priatc-d} usa rinkip fund of apj.ro-?I.S33 S3 favor of their pow r to 16 =>, without even taking I population which has efer retard tdnei'prugiess

the rate at wh-l th! dtVt i.-b .ir.g rttired, is it crating ui icr any anti r.ll eirru-i<>tance'j'. 1 ii' ovfrnmect ooiiti '? toliinterseeteil h i I by it, a qi.erti jon of outlay To be applied, with it* interest, as it r.eeu'nilatif>, the vote of their constituents em the subject, that to I and will have placed our citizens, I ?'
iloll ni'd f Tn'i' be rc-eeivt ii l aiul ally, ui.tler
of irc rri.ts < ;< to lasting obligations.
; ,
doubt the of
f-'K.fi-rrfd nuth"ri iL to the of t!hit- I of the I bonds ofI. power n 'ople to voluntarilcacsume a
piiiiciinl j
r.r.l seen thia i a few years every ;? i.t-i: il-r I "- '. i is ic'5.-f.i- .only ffttkthe!
| tax fr th
iued the to tin- raih-i-a-j! an uniicip&t to iu through iti> to
Krbscrlpti o "."! I.JITO lien paid ? }Iort-o.-, ai to oiVcr hei the uytt iiberJ! ii!iiice-i iir.t; ton rc- i it.st i-. <-f f the jToju-r linn- :4) .'-'etnLI-neO opt ration*. Jtctitiii."- it <-f it
the l) ads are : kcu up the debt is le.ned, aau as 1 ] >ve, ci.d ath! : h IMP** >}Tr* w.-r r. j-wtpd'y The viui" z"i.l til. J i... tiv i tl. it L'OMTII nn in' i"vitlua ; ,\ -..r-I .-ili-c! I th-'ir an.oiiiii to >0';.Cr! and in Jjty ; to the decision of.. majority i ij thel.fts! of all!! guymuttnt ; and Robertson, ot the 5th Infantry, sprang a

will 1-c l r.sed :l-Le by Cispt. Cas-y snJ i.thvi'tb< v.x-re ft ;vj in lii* j prl\attr ir.ii c.cti ijft ami 'it;! rj pl. < -; t and without it there be Minori- ? secret camp of Indian women and ehildryi; ia the
a couscqucnie iL.- tiix sl.x ; r1 in -y I inpiy il nf: alo i: r( ;iir: :lI.d 1 if th" eovnty. a* at.iki.'hhr can nrne.
i l.5d -fi.-tK!h in:, 1 J.uiMin'-n! railroad.; A fa\oiule) Big a frw since. TLe
ii: : ti.ho've b"l! eoiii'.nuuHies and Cypre days camp was sup'-
tjtntes h
the niear.t'hce, <\ Lui.dri-d dviinrs: > at-idlv rf5eete l by iie ivagc. What new terms i vr rt-cciv.s any diTiilLi-.J-j ry t.txn.ujis -I"f; fi.-d line of ra"l roun.kd 1.ia dense
ijr.i -iintiy, n < i.cln ail undergrowth, and chla fitly
natuiai re.trU lit"
; ; Froii. the t.iii.t! on itB >-iiMi.t'i.) )\\ortli ot Stuck l-t-jore n riiit ( they ted tbra>;v
ia the haud f :ue tavj.'sxvr cati15LUi ty a shareff Jn IiOV rr.p'.i, or Wtt : .4cmPr.t Mvoi.Jjlie! ionijMtun to ii I "f rival ]>arill io.u!*, or sifUr! I ll.ir timi', or from its inter<'rt in the alternatef.t'HioTir j ap'rivtd by th.! 'Jcv'5 on nt the majority) decide s I be retched! by cutting & road or by a tottll trail
>
the Courts' : to<.k, 1 :=3 the interest, so tlisi by lull out? : ul what ETcntfr nun is tl).Te for 1 :.t.i of i5tl iVoiii I l-r-iiich en-?, jrinl i. o-nccnlnttioii rfli : iif l.ii'J! or its conti gtit inte-rct in the I i whffl.e-r ifi i* Wt to" ul-ir.it to fcue-h' cibi-xn eir I which was nmde by the iaJi&s.

that fill li. tc aiiviee Ih the 1W.U.S and moLty : > o:>:itrol. are -SHi'!i.iln i secede. Tinrailroai in th,.' counties Our men approached the spot, on the opposite
the tine the entire t-uLtcriiiJiwa: is paid, VJ:< Stock 11ving th-'y -n i jw y I Inrr-rr.ril I I Inpiov.uifi.t Fund, throngh tli- railroad, >3=t ofTnllahi -
to n-T.-' # :. dit5 an-: !, v I.ru ui.-l< rl.-Kt J-hotiM ai.le to the Indian path and cut their a short
liaads ,f the have l-ftr. clir. A-r r.n.l ; tht-y vill! be ?o ir.iii-h clear gain: to itEvery taxpajTr --je has: now maiy advocates, I Ivara, ti} waj
will all i-e in the < pcipc! 4sf t'.e County.Xow a! auajly ri-j ; yr -j.4'C[ j- among
.
!ho j.rv-' -.tr.l with \ \i'n-nil withj. ted, as -.II l I ilc- 1 most determined of its I tiistpnce, when they tame toth* camp which bad
in tIle! will i\e by the ilitFfrfi.ee of UriP4)Oent.hieu the vote of
we commend the examj/le tA ly Leon to our ally vhfrc th--y know that tLe .jilir ros-t drtud'il lay (t.til! fi nih.'L il! s i.tr as I to mak it 1 "irin to pi'y; ) 'I.i nj-t. in i.is Kaulii.ifjilor.f county between the sailroii'l nndaa j those count s wa? taken. S-o '.cill it le in Gadsdenv.l.fn just been deserted, leaving all the baggage of the

Cade-len neighbor?. 1 He, h; all hiixiau probability, by them has b 'c-n withdrawn and t.f tro('p are
uoulduot Lave l.a-1 the gratifying prospect for a j jn idly rejx-tt'.u in Mimucr qnjrter.- ?" I; i h true : the :.ieiii.iuKi.ioi; of j.t ertt '! ti! iiift dc'lnr of j lir0:1 a tho-in.i: of hii: prop rfy. The: city ofN"i.ivH'n ; for Lutil4intrc'ads WI't! that ('ftlue counties ofcorgitu. i ed four days, when it Ix-eamc-intisibTe.-
olilay.: Aij-1 li.< i., p(::< rally, (th' advju.Uige tl'j j ( Tlml State I The Indiaiu had no other means of subsistence
before had ', in Tnn<-"-.-(-. JllCiO tax on the \otrtrifdoff her lands
>ad that i* now u we not voted as we j jIid they may listen-th-y Invfir.! rivr-l from it 5luin; t. the cMti.tiy J!hui thc ockj j while iu loridfl I than Alligator aad Palaettu callage.3f" .
.Il 1'nio, juul ave bv ilidiu FO.lluioj ago e have lan.Isat l lat cnoucb, I
< -nor will Ga.ddcn get the roaJ unless they inzjfaf1isi. one occasion-but it will I c wo fear more f<.r the hoi-l'-r. I',ti'l! liT" th" j-i-pricv] sti.'l: j jr.'tic* cf .1 I \\aiits itiiil I needs '..uicottii awl tobaccolo \% lieu 't.h'l. to pay f.v railroads from each extremity

r purpose of {rih.ing tine than; -\iith i.r.y svtiou eouuiyub orii.U .i:, 1 1-y wi.ii-li raeh member .if it i* ii..4.afati.r} andinploy her population witli, the Stato to .'r.c other> ; nnd the remark, made tone :: Lieut. Coglcy, while hunlinjj fcr the month

-_ --- infiillon agreeing I'i; emrra1e. T"o :'rjrnHnt ihXv.i l 11. j'r.'] 'rii 'jt (:= I.H [.ril] tity f.u'l: bnsinw- i- | nii.l mus-f h.ivf llu-i.-i. We \-ait her iron to I uiM '- of oar eJVizens by an influential gentleman and of the Kissimmce Hirer, atout a week since, cams
IM r--liiu'-l] by tl.f road o.r th of building ii in sight of two Indian, who w re io a canoe fishing
:
jt.in i iby 1'rctiidcnt ,
Witadrawal of Gen. Harney-Sanpension of j jITIiliiary wilibviis I vith tlie-r.i the uiii. I)M- iviwilsitl!' iriI ID get oar pri.dise to inarketriitil f one of the Georgia Railroads conveyed
pcrsit-uhf a? t J I individual sui i I 1h.* result f the lulit-r lie tried to tbeni. in hU attempt
soSjii i Operations In Florida. nc-eivc our suj jilii1.: 1 v th<-ii, as ehi|> ;ts po *iljlt i- a treat ical of meaning, when he said, With youritlea.r
bayonet and the r'.f.p. Tl.cy 1 ninJ.ji i nil UHil rtaki:1.-l iii tli he had them tired thinks
deadly *
i.r evn i.ow ; !j.nir-- thi tax < upon ; they were
I Irtduced >. { !tII< i> a fiiit \i-lusiiiri' of t tin- product of | we would undertake to build tiree such
Two very important (to Florida,)pieces of intelligence to the utmo.'t extremity froi the w..r.t of J l lt-s< wwilthy j'l-d is!< rf t'it h-ri. ii i-5ti/; -n whoMibs'riKs ; lai.or. If ve p.H otr iu iron I .Ii5, we have aoil1 ror.ds as 'vouts.I ." both wounded. The cnnoc and some fish were captured -
oM&iuunicatrd in it fr the tit -f liis ealUiier'jii.! 1t i il.hr pay I but the Indians The trail followed -
ere cur late exchanged. j to rii< < %% :' retrsrii escaped was
rrovitions, l.cing cfrnrtll l to feed zilne <-n z.\n> .- a n.l l MiliM.-niti.il t lor our crops that will inu-t no\v do-c, and leave to those who dllfcrI
The iirtt is the withdrawal of Gen. ,t) but rn ire \.-autiiS! und l< tnt .- q : but the wily savage eluded their pursuer
Harney from ; ir meat ind theal bag* in3ctt What | wear an'! last :in-l lake usn thrivinp iitati. The irons I with iie in the forojjoinsj viw the exercise of the
aljlzat ] <1.
l.or wl.o will s'lb--iil if.
the command of the troops now in the Southern -. r.'ii o ie j \ ill\\ ]l.i Ihrrc ih.iiig\ ; piod strvioc after tbo fashion j sam privilege I claim fr nyself, namely: that of by swimming a lagoon.r
absurd folly will it be to ? : l >-raii.n.- l Iti 5* to .aI itt I tli<> cnliinot--
n-pe'J oj : an< J Jth'JH uniict'-rary 'h (; :p'm j
of I ronloth! ami jjro d'i t* < aU, and oatiu i aid wlinjr according to the dictates of knowledge
part othis State, and the tecond ia the reported i iEU furuih ihetn te!; opj>yrtiri'ty of ri-p'ti.i-hinj* merit Io she \ ;inij! <>f? j-r ,111r} :y, p.'rticiiiHriy to hi diii -", Mlk rlrc? ti, uij'S a !l.1-Ii.L luillicory au< jevlry and : and intervals, my judgment and rny reason.my The fir"t Indian child, captured by Capt
of active for the 1 Mnt1 Lire niih-o.nU lia\u J. arr-1 I Iii ir.< Johnson died about week since at Ft.
pen-ion operations feurmi their wastcdtotk of food. jn.rfuir.f-ry. ..Uto, ( p: y fur whit-'u our -cCttonvandtobit'co ARTHUR J. FORMA I
the Seminole Indians. The order for the i Lif.ll.: Tiic; kr.owlfj jnrliups < [ '-\ -ry one wlui j row goi -,) !iall b-fx-j lonrr j Qcrvf-v, April 17th, 1857. "
Gen. stio'-f sw.r j Col. Jom! Munroe parsed nw.isIrid ,. :
ILiniey's -nn
ll.i-j willii: '*t IKin aii-J I i id.ul.t
ni.'ii.v ; ,
r'-ni-5 jmii.t Liox DEX. It is said
J rnz Ha -
ami tho
withdrawal of Gen. II. emanatce frrm Gen. Scott l.te-u forgot t.'ii, I wii ra"and brandies -
j j"with officer of expe-rie-ncc ah l iutiniatcly acqtui.te-d with I if a t igI.* I ii, tjirii-/ can itrodiKMd l I by any
j
the approbation of the War i j jni ni.il :Schiedam -, (al. '. j I-'rtl for iri thf same I To the People orGa Li lcn : that a project Is on foot to establish in Lsndon a
Department of mnd l.as failed in-
the wily and ireat-ln-rous cliaracti-r of tJj !Suixu- :" \vli.iv tit-! building a to
: shall hm-
unaccu'.mtiilily .
and u dated April 4th, at follows: crta5the: I M ll'.riyalne of land b than double, \\ny) ihiliphit'ar&-tl Eight nasons tchy they kmil-J not rot for Taxati I Southern State Rights Journal, 'tleroUd to the cot
]Ics. That hi> will dall l \\ithiu hi.* OW< to In cumiHriiig tinquHy of
T u
j | county subscription
and, in in-Uu.ce tro, tIree and four f'IIII.l l.Au1 ton and pro-atavery interests. A Mr. Slocum. of
many:
J. Brevet Brijr. General llaniey turning over the end the wj4r, we firialy believe. \Vch.iver\a-onto to t1a. of .:a li\.du-jil- one, we must bear in mind 1st Because this! \& not a government of the majority
; tadadn;
ih'-re i-no
good ii-n.-ori why ioirntycii filMissippi ia the founder of this and it
tociraand in ili>rida to the next officer rank that oi'ir* i* an v ic'uHurul i where lands enterprise,
will coniinunity, but of nod
a majority
know that he the .,uld I ti Without ttiilroidhe acquiescing minority,
yniKithi-scs] deq>lyitli uiiforluxate j | ri-vi1 :.n xt-(.j J :i. a ,
without ta Fort Loavcnworth. and ar.d: -L'r.i-j- .-Itio; lii.-i-i ifcalth that is sai-l.that Professor Kmitry of LouisLina, now lathe
repair will be bi hind thi.irit of tin and if ii it a of the whole
condition of ti! front and | tw ; ;- i making government people, and
.or people, regard ili'i
the command of that -t. for the of tuch l.onds h
mme jx Special instructions security payment State Department, is to be the editor.
BOW dcfeuU'd, of wii"h! !iov.--\cr, tht re i1* 1-ut littlifar that of
will he addressed to him at that place from I him as mndn of stera'-r ttuff" I than to F-uJFer his ai.i! !ixt'.his art tswa i-es of Mich hums and nejrnvs t a part. _=
it will )h.1> biit Tor a s-h the War department.So <-'mri5and: : to remain inactive for uonth* while tliei I tiMO ntd :Ig.tin until {H-1-f -"-U'l.Tiuitan1 u.uy contract to pay forj that the law legjlr.ii 2d. Ik-cause our constitution and laws never contemplated HSi. VAXDKBSII.T. XO. Ii5 ICTfOLj 8TMTT, (save Of

floridian cstn read this unexpected order with i: tncniy is amuMiig tL** Creek and JvininokJiIoc.i- j : de-tiny au- fa-t trgig: ui as a nutiiriniiuard '!/'<:? Il.t j'fr cent, [it r nniuii i : hut crest ou them ; I the giving of n power to the majority, Dr. in'Lane's Celebrated L-lver Pall ICiT"
.:ii (hey ar.- iinl.lc to rail for at short
out concern. The people of this State have Imped : j,1"or luakiiig m .rry over the saflVriu uf plundTod | toward I ll.e <"-ttii; -uii, and a well may nt I notice and, if Mich call a IA not complied payment with, suit which could net bring.to its support the assent andaequienre Being unwell, and not knowing whether It proceeded -
p"liov att'-nnit 1'> *-tt :n Snd tuin tli> from derangement of the liver oc. merely hyiterie, I
< 't-i.tr of the
the from mj;>
happiest con? qnen-e Gen. I1arny'fpresneeon inhabitants. All we ask of the! jCovcnim.-i.t I Iis citi: Mmii i-oriipt-1 itt aiiul th.it v hat surplus capital minority.
current '>( I the father of wuttrti! <- 1fliZlttVlLi: ivsij'j.i was persuaded to purchase a box of Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated
the frontier and : there i in tins ei.iii..i.it\ tii.ds, tlirnculty iu in- :Ud. Because if tLis were not so, our
; :
: government
wtrejut to no
beginnirg him
to Id him alonclcac to the ] .
manage war n. It- to el.t-tk) I'-r any length of tini- (tn'} rail I Liver Pills, prepared br Fleming Broi., Pittsburgh, and before

look for olcciiive operations against the Seminolea. his own gJod -nc bhall dctennine to be ln-st. !! onrii. -ttioif I lie Atl.-ir.ti i>- Malt *, a t..l 'isuon t IK-HI \i--tiiui.t! uj'oi; z'tkh t<-rms. 15onJ-t issued )by the would be like the government of fifteen tiger and I bad used them all,was ntirety relieved Ism now eajojing -
i-Hiirty? c.IIr; ( lie sini.1. l 1z't,1. seeuritv to the
Thy hare felt the most utAxinndcd eonfidenc' in | FloridriX thr!, 'itijrh PuisjuoJa, OiK.usnndrcMi) t I -, : as I tn lions-what could the tigers do without the I perfect health, and cbe rftily! recommend Dr. V*-
\vl.o J.iok-
tali'-t: t tin-in, rind correctly
asaf
the results of hie energetic management of the war, The WaMiiiii ton l>*iilon i iilr. I .:\vith t t IiiI I'atitie O'-t-an. Leon 1 tr.uiity, in I I lier t-ub- a -- im .'Miifia: uj-nn of} hi- la 'iiev. Hut very it reijuires, on : conit-nt of the lioua ? Lane's Celebrated Liver Plus to all limilarlT afflicted.Kew .
i bcrifili'iii, rr -. 'rx-d jR.">0/.(ii() toward thi' extension ofn Tons, March 25, 1552.Z3T .
'believing thtt if he failed iu tub-Iuingthc navagcs, liavin withdrawn from the Uai'in his j.ait. {\\lf c\ini-I of ft f.u- greater degree of 4th. Because the history of our State government
Appleton l railrojil fn'ni Tall.ilui) eo to the (Oilockonci \ Purchasers will bo careful to uk for DR. MULSS1C

1)0 other man could car1 ly hope to succcetl. And the new cilhor, Vr. A. Harris ll q., of Virginia, i 'Thi 1 policy i< a w "uo OIHon the I J jinrt of that cuunt v; lil.i'iality. u'il: j'uLiji -j-irit than one man iu twenty and law, sinc-e we have been a sovereign jniwer, L BSATED YEEillFUGE manufactured by Yi.zxxBaos.
i- -d of iiiilue! h'liu pul -.ml
.o--f.-c< to to > amtuntiii'tctly
than this the (Harney ealeu- fr mile of nd built it bat adds ndJij | >onii shows the tint an'l second reasons to be Pa. All -
more prescnae was ;;.ktS his MlutJitiou in 11 well wiittcn( address, iuvhiclwho cvrry ) r by l In n rotul tluintertst which strictly Pittsburgh, other Tennifogea la comparison

late>l to, and no doubt did, exercise a influence j tioual! btisin'-s ai"l valuo to h-r c4 l.t-r n-.nls, and ii upon yearly correct.5th. are worthies Dr. M'Lane'a genuine Yermiraye. al*
powerful
: jicJt! ? -s iiine1f ton faithful support of vri'li! niii.Miiit: I io fivr time* :i much as his property t
it iK.t the 1 intfrept ai-l: duty if id-di-n! county toiicet his celebrated Liver Pilla, can noir be had at all re.p.cbe
with the Indians Ihemv-lres, who felt n great 'i-. Bcth.nmnV n(1I.ilitratir'1I, a* well as a rigid \\\i-ul tin throu.h; u county ubx-ritioii[ mul hispiopoitioii Uecause this power of th L'- 'Ti lro11i.t hv at the ()cloi-koiiiu ii\ r ? drug stores. Xon gerutliu vitAdiil tiffnaturt efHO
er dread of him than of General officer who has of ta\ ;>. Say a man worth JUO.OUOMl ( the minority for liailroads is a which ftttr
any adherence to the principles of the democratic party uud \vill ni-t liud-ijt i), with the aids tli.it! are sure I i-rib for stock which power ] FLEMING BS06.

ever before commanded in Florida. His withdrawal -* as promulgated in the Cincinnati Plulfonn. Jlr. to off.-r th tiii>( lves whn the road: to (juiii 'y is il'nvotly $5yft, inunywould I can carry with il the aeyuiesenet and aixtnf of the
I I ctiidir libernl I ; 1 y'n I hit. on it is tO OiI >
therefore, will not only' produce a deep fe lin" $ 1 Earns has reputation ns au able writer"an has the m.ide, be ready to meet Jackson county on the -..inicmis I A county tax on $:2:3( for mtlroud siib- minority; and of a consequence must be unconstitutional -
t at the Apalaehii-ola river? The eor.ctic*
disappointment among the harraswd people of advantage of coming to his poet with a public opinion I Jastof! Tnlliihcsv'p, pooh for itrolf, is grading its s.-ription, at >>J 011 the t thou-alii], is 40 (XTh" > t unlawful and tyrannical. -

the frontier,but will embolden the Indians to renewed already propitiated in his favor, and a general I o'.vn road Uirough it, aril Gad<-den and Jafksouj r--nilt of tithtr imulo cf subscription to the i 6th. I>ecaua > it being a power unknown to tIm

attempts at atrocity confirm them in the iinpresfson d<*ire (among the real friends of the Constitution at j couatifs iriutt do so too, if they scant the road, und r iu.l the i ii thu liailrond the saute to him the, if it suit his ]>urse call in to constitution, must be subversive of free government TAX ASSESSOR'SLast
$5UO
Company sa thy
cot dej>ead 011 their neighbors to do that for tluiu hilly I and
that chief" of the whites
big liberty.
BQ equal for his
least,) eucees in tftlinont* equally as well as to have the use of it Notice

to their ubjugation, find thus put off their removal -= a i o which they are very well able to do for theiuscho through the county's credit by }paying 40 taxes, I 7th. Because it in unwue, impolitic and inexpedient. -
()adl< n and West Horiila need n State
eojnty of Leon.
erliaps indefinitely. Thus viewing the matter, The following which we find in the .New York ntzin trunk line of niilrmd to run 1 nsthwise from or, what is tln> Kime thing to him, $10( interest ouj I For the County

we cannot help regarding the order,of Gen. Scott I Journal of Commerce is :; little more cxjlieit than }: t to Wtct: tl.rtiir! }li them, to eonnc-et; ouuuticA j the ?500. Hut, the trouble is, that if his ncighI 8th. Because the argument is not good, which qpIIET bor, side of him worth $20Wirt' wont sub-
on inc
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sa blunder. Harney should not hare been witliirWn t tha telegraphic despatch to the Savannah papers, and people r.rw $1 trllIlgcr.J, from the peculiar conttriu'tioti I i 3i-riLo a cf-ut individually to the stock, he has to makes this enter: ris expedient because other Rail -"- will be closed on tho

< front Florida. It may be rery important to commented on in another c'.iuum : I of interests of the and St".l yrnpathica<-, ti, ciicli thus other created; and would the union engender j .iiibserilx: another |5oO and int. on it 40 00 roads have been euccessfuL If the ferry at Chattahoocheo First Day cf JuDe, 1S57.r .

teach Brighain Young that the laws of the U. S.nanet WASHINGTON, April 14. a feeling of pride and confidence ill the i and, farther, if his neighbor should bring a revenue of $500 a year, does All who do not render in

be 5beyI end respected-Uie bneincw upon FROM WASHIXSTON. The Secretary of the Interior al.ility of Floiid-i, as a Stnta and a sovereign, to car living on the op- I it follow that a ferry by the side of a bridge would persona
has given full infractions to MesVr Rector and poMtCbide of him wont their laxable property by that time

which ft isaid Gen. ILk to be employed-Imt it Garrett, Indian A cntu, who have left Washington ry tlaough a road any would(-c-ntcrpri draw trade the from nmy the undertake.Jjuch .- I subscribe, he has to I pay as well ? This Road is such a ferry, and the will be donblti Taxedr

is of greater importance to protect the lives and f.r the scene of their duties, to organize a drfojfa- the adjoining !: put d<>\\ n another 500 and int on it $40 00 Gulf of Mexico is such a bridge- bridge not '
Suites to Florida rouil, atul make it the | L. 0. DEMILLY
of\hecitk of State from then from the Creeks and Seminoles residing West And if Ins Srd and fourth ,
property a sovereign thoroughfare for the neighboring coi'iiMes of (Gecr- measured by hundreds of feet, but thousands of -

the wages of A Land of taragc batchers, whose of Mississippi, to proceed to Florida iu the autumn gut nnd Alabama. A road from Mc.riauna through neighbors refuse, down miles, over which the commerce ot the world will Tax Assessor, and Collector,
on the especial business of persuading I goes 1,000 and interest $S0 00 .
Billy for Leon County,
of warfare Ii rnthletg of Quincy, if ia would, in ft usou or two,
ft
knotrn: mi c disregard operations for thousands of
Bowlegs] and his followers to emigrate. The Florida | Which, with his own sub- pass years.
age and tex, and who persut! !In retaining possession SeminoJcs, the government is- aware, are too take counties the of crops Alabama of Jackson county and the adjoining serilition at first t'f' 600 and interest $40 00 11AM I'DEN. &.B.---I.catrfe.fonn* at the Drug
(except, perhaps, tlioFe immediately -
ofja larg portion of our territory in contemptuous proud to be forced to this step at tho point of the on the river? along tho Florida Railroad to -_ at ctore of ,E. Barnard." Jr.-

defiance of all authority,Jaw _and treaty rtipulationT tuyonot, end hence the resort to peaceful measures, thc Atlautic ports in)search of a market; and this Makes ftock $2,500 fc y'rly int. $2)0( t>0 r The sugarcane is now cultivated in all tropical Apia !3, '57. 17" (Seill. Copy.

The Mormon hare sot jet.commenced an which will, it is confidently believed accomplish would lx! the case also with the crops of Gadsden And ho must either go without the road or be cbmpt countries, in India as well as in South America ; '
that important measure. In view of the above -lied to fcittacrihe five times the amount over to- DEKTISTEY.DK.

indiscriminatr foray upon theoMncicafteiUzen1zzorIthereat pextoni and properly mentioned deagn, there will meanwhile be no' active to"county Charleston and Decatur via Columbus, in Georgia, Ga.;,for cost cotton the writer shipped no wards it by the plan of individual subscriptions and in the United States to the 34th parallel of north .

present .the military movement in Florida.In more per Ib. to sell it than lomoef the same did that he would have to do by a county subscription. latitude, but there juice will not erystalyze, and T. Ji-OUR LEE,
crop
least probability of:.their doing aa But the 2ezni. view of the extremity to which the Indians shipped to New York via Apalaehlcola. With tile Now this tax of ?2 per $1,000 pay the county's interest make syrup only.Intelligence. "TT flLL cootlnu*. in future, \"bt pnetiee of pz:

noleton the/C3cmtriry; ; ,by jmurder arid theft, are already reduced, as evidenced from the discoveries railroad spirit that is abroad in the laud, nil that its on the whole of the 15 miles of road now m.2ff" ._- Y' Y 1STRY,1o-SonthOeorgiaaad Middle iliad

and ofo in continual State made detail -whose friends can do is to guide the route* into the most iiroposed to be built from the Oclockonee to Quincy, from Oregon Territory"states EaitFloridx Ho buhadtormtTOBp'Betkalup*
keptthon r. peopl* a. by scouting parties, a t if the freights of the road never pay n dollar over Uek ba
charuuls. Middle rienee inthe uie6 th laM tiW U *
profitalle Florid will need before prof ; *
f ofal.armind ajitezuentfor'nonthi and years, and operation is recorded in another column from' the lung, a more direct rail communication with, its' expunges: arid' the lands belonging to the com- that Father Pandosy, a Catholic missionary, was teen la those sections conntrj. Hi work frVUw

It 44 t fecm.to tai tfie, dictate ?f triadon'that vtljeiHOteDergeUc Tampa -F nniiJ r4 the-llth inst- how 'absurd Southwestern Georgia" than the charter .of theI'cnsaeohn amy of 3.R40 acres per mile are not worth a cent, taken prisoueAy Bklex>m, an Indian Chief who demanded moot beauH/ul and durable character>& atj fketxM

of tb cgQeD1cnt'a office thouldbe does the polIcy qf suspending military movement arid Georgia Kuilroad Company authorizes and provides for n sinking fund -with which,-in due for his ransom two white women asd two guaranteed im avery io stinosrt .
of time the debt of the road will b .
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course paid.If
vu1reeee
jjnjpfcj el wbcr iheraif jJw* jnc t preying n- appearAs; : 'remarked elsewhere, the only effect ofsuch" ; and, although. aware 4hiat- ehertered rights the .wenlthiebt planters the most taxes, they hundred sacks of flour.Tha AU commnaintioM tent to JfooUwB' Fla,
ore sacred and that the Jaws of the land alteration pay attentloB. a a oa 41IIOPU$ .tgqeeasL
by an -At T
coesity for his service*, aw1hicre4be; ; canj do pio t suspension: vill. be to! (famish the Indlatswffh tile diminished ost of getting their .
"hl to be -
not willpertrnt.- -
the on lightjyor unadvisedly suggested to market and thel r 1hantstlon supplies from abroad.It Boston Atl*, TtbgrajA and ChroicU ,
toFe&ery.e Jt. ansr.peae,, Moreoyerthe : opportunity of pei1shlnthe1r exhauit- (arid I should regret toVec effort fending .-w.f.w. ,

$** tiie norfl aoxioji* to retain ed etprHby planting BaJdipUcf.Fisc7'and? thus pr<- to the infringement of that of any renvieolft and will cost a planter having 20 bbls.. saypork; have been united vith the Boston TYactUtr, and are *

r.c thera ora ore'lengineijed'defence 'aftrr'thc' Uc&cgia. Ituilroitd ICornpa'ny,) set, I bflieve,: if a at.ApalachicoIa St .Marks, weighing 800' Ibs. henceforth Ja be pnblUhed under theuame 'ol tiwe .
npBjBJraBB xoe, pa-fls ; each;at;75 cts. p"erhnnd"rcd Ibs, delivered In Quincy

fn0 Uj/rt lie 'presn Lpdilities,.were .. ,'?. .ifS 25. latter. ,.By tb'i* union it ia said that a daily circulatioa ,.
Balnbridge wpuld miles of
ittelf. The patbreak VM cawed by.crerting a line Florida road, (and thus guarantee tho( eight FJoridii maLi From bf. M;rks per rail to Quincy 83J eta per' of 60,000 is secured,to one 'preer.. From:thcharwUr flo* W1 ) ,,_. 1Lin :ii

f aiUtrj bloet hooflat the cppftrpctloa of r'oadc, Polk, 'the eato nie&wedow -of the ei-Pret- trunk road from ever beinjf made' suVservient'to? hundred it.' ..... .. ..i., .. i .%! 00 of the ingredients infer that theorn.. RiWE.. Hio f '

denth'a determined to'rerfde In"Washingtonduringf anyothir .inter stthan thoso stipulated, for pound will be aa Black as ebony. T1r
b4gtc. the "In4en' ; ; by Difference, .. . . .. . . |1 23 'CoCPorz f'
ha Tterf session of CongftiiClieretofore, 'since her'Ljal'antfi Florida .in permitting-euch, o connection,), was --r. : -; .
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granted amendment to the charter )'O'bbLi.. porls hauled, saved by railroad |25. On.-MWau 5fri, Jiig ;TlaI
an -
by ,
deatl, ritli''tne exception i oirirftltf( which ndw{debars Northern connection parent with', Ills neighbor, who needs but 3l>bUvper yeAr." aid Mr. JoephT. Brown, a leadjpj.citizen and I N. Di'a t j1i11 be

JT& &oMr'tf r&VTlmiai; t ddooilt'ihe ti whro ilr.lBochanan wai the other 'i'allroa&tor-any distance of 12ff- tnilcs, TZ :- only pays a proportionate- arnountof'text-i for the merchant of Tampa in thia Statf; d.ii; t'th/it pl*son '; 1atte tart-of theprrac *cm

Vw fcovron of wki V i %i *frffntlr iiM*-*ti&fi cifti b ea vi tia ,I tnlnlirter j :'twere: ,! u. ,Polk v t hid'/reafd. -V_ 'ltfCTenncsacaf from the Alapnhn, in Hamilton county, Florida,'to road according to property-and 'ja1.ttMvesby the iQtb.insl. of Fneuma. :&pflr3Ai- : :: : nt- --f ;-:. -'

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Candles Clothing and BidJera whoff propotak thai! be accpptcd (and Navy Supp s-1857V58 ted in the i Mt CoogrpM making appopiich. forth : GEEAT _

"Sina1tOrCS, Clothing none other} will: be forthwith notified. and as euilyn naval l service for 1846'47,tpprored lOOi AogcsV &******* I 'w'

cL'O. 1857-' &. AIATEBIiLS. practicable a vwitim-t will be tmi .fnitcd; to them 18t6)) us K written guarantee, Wpwd byon or orrwpciu.l.Tr V

I for excontion, T\hch contract must be -tnrued to the NAVT DEp.45riittit'r, j Arsons (to tie effrcjl that be or they un-

NAVT DxrT r5TTK.rea'.i 1 j jrml Navy DEPARTMENT. ha.esu: wiihhi five day .-xc'! wie uf the tine n-quir- j Bureau of Provisions and Clothititr; K V dertrtk* lrnt tht bSdler nr bitIdes.7111.) if h4 nr their 'prigI

of Vrorisions Clothing, VAprillS. Bureau of Prrtvjswns:t and Clothing 1 ed ft r thb w>guli r trin'niiei.uof the niHil. | March 17, 18871 J bid be f.-veptel.ei.tMint.. an wbligatloB il anflTe .tck t4 ifl *

157. ) April !. is';. > i A recoid or lu lic. tt of the letter ii.f..nuing a fdA'jl eufiicieot surrUvi,4<> fww h the co.t iIxA ba ul hmIaS
) SEPARATE
.' rore tLS, r'ra.: enf his proptwa! will be d v.fd for Navy Suppli?*.* will be received supijiien ]>n>pnunl. The bureau will not bf4tbl,1gted I2tce-Uh1.l

1: : or Offer fur Candles." or *Offer j 0-*' for sealed and nd< rd !! a nntiietti.n: thereof wilhin iKc mc'.i.ingf; the act of nt this Bureau untVl 1 V o'clock, a. m, on Monday, the to Cofc idfr hny pr 'ix>sal unlers aceooipsniipl br tBeu.iranUe countS made fir CA1L .1 P. C. WILSO3. V

fnr S.wMter Soap? or -Offer frr MularJ Swl, toriala Proposals," will bereceivednt Navy Clothing ibis uflice and until Clothing 9 o'clock Ma- ) 1S46. and h f bid will bo vnde nud rccepted in con- | HO)Ih day bf'Aj ril next, for furnishing and delivtrifl j required by law ; the competency district 01 w March 14. : 1)jVL) ( -

? e., as h.c.e may b-j. w-i i l be lu- ] j k'tnitwith this Kisfnndiig.: ( : a. m, on the 1st of UME*
B day May next, for fiiruiehw- and SNttHKTo :
-iJ m,*il* ja baieau cnltl fl <>clock M. m_ rB he istiiT'r'f | Ee'ry offer made must be ncrompa-uc-d; (as directed which five dajV notice tliall IM given for every twenty V attorney' or colleelt.r of the customs. THE LATEST V V
snd ttlfrAmmi delivering (on receiving wxty days' rtotir ) at onehr for the United"tl The aUe'tlivn of bidden it tailed to tke tamplet
May next, for furnishing either of the in the net of Congref' naktnppopriition th uaand pounds required) ft the tea
twentv *d tlfCfij-liim of article* >t niredat. f.-i/.e intprc* STYI t'

-vTarda ng at "Charlrctown. Mass ciiw>elte; Brook- 4 below, : or Comport. Virginia,the quantities 1610)) br R written guarantee sig'i'd by < ne or more New Yok ; and Go puit, Yiigii.in, such qnafltit-! 4 lion for Tntpt'.tm. a jvit but .rigid eampuritOn wll

TJ""V -w Yorkand Gw-port. Yiijbia. euch qminti.l.nlvof i cLissea of articles mentioned of of any or nil and ot the following r"'ponsible person to the c-JTi-it that lie.i-r they nn- only of the following arlu-Ics as may be required ,or be vindr brtvetn the articlf o/aeJ and the tarnpfea.rdci thtn be ht.--'V ,

followinguiticles] (excepting I Ibe ealte navy clothing clothing materials dertike that the bi'JJcr or bid'1t re v.-il! if hi* or their oidrrerd from the coiitnictotd by the chief of this bureau > !. rexitisig ncne tbai fall btlnv ; N's :

.1 a 11 J the candles fi-r o ch) f which sepaZt and such further quantities of the fame as may bid b<> accept ed. enter into an oMiiraticn within live or by the respective commanding officers of the and their attention i* nlto particulaily dtrftttdtarteJMHtinaixfionofZ'ith D. cwiLs ,
be
; soap ordered by the chief it this bureau the ndo We
Proposal' anvl contracts will VB made) e* may boJnred or by commandants days with good and sufficient Puiitics to fuinMi the said navy-yardx, during, the ijacal year cnuii.g Ju.c J/orrA. IM4. V

or ordered from th. cuntractcr bythe chief of the said havy-YHrds respectively, during supplies proposed. The bureau will not be obligated 30, 1S8, viz: art OJ1P 10/A Avgtitt. 184R.Apnlt. rnHB UNDERSIGNED is now reetirlosr ldr4

:f tliw bureau, or by the! respective commanding offi- the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of July to consider nnv proposal unless arco'npanied by the Biscuit, flour, rice dried apples, pickles, sugar, tea, 1857. 4w-14 1 and ,sriedstock of SPRING and SUMMER
next and the SOth of Jane
ending ou day 1858 viz JaHte.thJ-
of tbe said navy jnrd% during the fiscal year s guarantee required by law; the c-oirpelen'-y of the coffee, beans, molassee, vinegar, and] bikey. GOODS to the inspection ofwhiab be.

(.-1tig!1 SWn June 1658. vir: CLASS 1.-Cl'olA Clothing. guarantee to be certified by the Tijvy :ip.nt, distiictattorntj' The biscuit shall be made wholly fetmi, sweet supel V Per "wii" Public generally : f VC'ON3IfltO .* V

i1tI shaving, Indin Oral*, core, 1uJi.rbr Blue cloth pea jackets .. .. .. .. 3,000houud or the collector of the ens'on; fine flour, of the manufacture of the year 1856 or FROM KW ORLUAXS. > IS P1T OF '

rubber or gutta paii. t { jackets. .. . .. .. .'. .. t.. 3,000 Blank forms
Brubes, Shaving vha. Blue cioth troweers. ... . .. .. .. 5.000 to the navy agent* at rorUmouth, New flour made of tR?* crop immediately preccdiug the PBBLS.. Family Flour. and Organdie Flounced Robes. V

Brushes scrubbing Combs, fine, ItuKa rife- Bu'.e atinet trowseri>. .. ... ... .. .. 5,000 Uampshire B.i"ton. New Yoik, Pliiladelphia! Baltimore dales of the requisitions for the same; and shall bo I f) 25 Rectified Whiskey, Solid Colored and Figured Barege;

Brushes, shoe her or gutta pr re faa Blue cloth caps .. .. . .. .. .. 5,000 Washington, Norfolk, 1'cns.lcola and at this bureau fully tqUal in quality, and confirm in size and shape, 1 Box Beef Tongues. Silk; Tissue and Crepe d. Paris, V

clothes Grass for hats CLASS 2.-Flani.cl Clothing. to the samples which are dejmsited in the said navy- 1 Smoked Beef. Chintz Brilliants. V

' Thub1beL vest Jack knives The attention of bsWer* is called to the samples yards ; shall be properly baked,thoroughly kiln dried, 2 Hh Is. Choice Uugar. Printed Lawn*, from 10 to 78 its.. .

ButUns,navy medium Razors in Blue flannel jumpers. . .. .. .. .. .. 5.000 and ilescripfn' uf r.itscles reqi5rf! >d, ns, in the inspection well-packed, and delivered five charge"to the Uni For ante for CASH BY R. H. BERRY. French,Scotch, and AnieY.Ging1ms,':
,navy single essesRnzor Blue flnnnel Juris. .. .. .. .
Buttons ovei .. 6.0WO
before reception, a just but rigid compaii will led States, iu good sound, well driedbright fl>>ur bar- March; 2351.: 13 French Engliih and Am.Fr1at4
jjciUaiN nivy coat straps, 3rd- Blue fl.innvl iindt-rshiite. ... .. .. .. 6.000
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be made between the nitk-Ks offered nnd the samples ids, as above described, w ith the heads well secured ; Black Poult d l Loire. V1VI
Battons deadvyeI5oes way8 Blue fl.mneldrawers. .. .. .. ..". .. 5OOU 4
below them and in nod
rin i-C> cakes Scissors aid contract, receiving none that f.ill ; <-r air watertight whiskey or spirit barrel. rt and Summer Black Gro de Aine
r Spo
K.rkiug pure boxes (..f'ls Cnnvas duck trowt.ers. .. .. .. .. S.OOO resoluti'in of March 27. 1864, in addition to tLejcl of The flour shall be superfine, and cf the manufa* O Pi Cf* Alpaca's Hbd Bombazine*.

12 and 16 Barn ,ley sheeting frock .. .. . .. S.OoO the K th Augn-t, IS 1C. tore of bent grown in the year 1856r 1 K">7 r but '4 T efl ik? ". *
s >f 900 yards each, shall all be I > A
Cotton p- CLASs 4.-Blue Satinet. April 18. 57. 16-5\v in cases manufactured trom wheat of tl><; : Lineiis. V
3 rnrd.< equal prtjidkeibiets. the dates of the V
liimediatcly preceding rtqui.itiou -
crop
COI, fast colors S2 Vy SO rnchcs.l Blue satinet .. .. .. .. . .yard?, 10,000 for the shall be sweet niI, nit rTMJK Sub cnbti are now receiving their Spring .Frcutiof and Shirtkz Lbenav H '
NOTICE.T"T7E same; peifjctly in V V
1 Stock of Good* consisting of alMost Piliotr Ctu s *nil Sheeting Linen,
ejl.t tutn! ., *xturc j1oitci b S CLASS 5.- Blue FlamttLj nwpcets of tie bet quality, and shall Le delivrutl ri: I Jon Sunini-r: !
I invite friends and the to ca'l and tide wanted in Fancy Shifting LioeM,
our yub'.ic at
j Dine flannel. .. .. .. . . .raid''. 100,000j good shipping order, free of all charge to the Ui-iti cv.rj
eze!! $. ewinr, N' s. 1, 2, 5, and 4, dulled-ry d, T T eianune our goner.il and well eolh-ctcd) :St:; ites, in the beat new, well eeneoned, sound, bright Dry (jtind Clinavare, Fancy Linen*,for G nts and Youth* wean .
j CLA S C.- hetti'ig. JuZ-, IN-.S Assortment of Jlcrchnndlzc, i bun tic, or half bti rt-K as the c.tse m.iy be-the I Htraw (loods, ('lockury-wnre. Spring and Summer V

: boTLl.8. l:**: Trr-nch black, 12: yards! < the | hlueting. .. . . .. .-vanis, 20,000I I which has been cornpltd by i lie late arrival of the staves and headings: to ba <," ml oak of the best quality !: ; (;Iciccries, &C ,

1 jfl'IiSoip. Canvas: d-k.b. .. . .. s'licit
: lt',000 We cuto-
rtce : : I S.iinp'oi. paitieularl punctual strung: and well hooped, vth! lining boopu around V.'hicL :! offer j.t ,'oh-rste prke. -2iATLLA V
(. 'icii csketjrttless: tl rn 2 oz.'k | Blue Nankin. .. .. .. .. . .d".. 10,000 meis. as it is only to u"h we di"-ite: t') FE-I.; to those I em.h head, awl equal in ijtmliiy ti> ui&-inlc lutritls nt ii'V. O.kJ.MLLNNI.

S k. t W' }. ; ripper not to j.cecd 2' j Ct..es ';.-57.ort.j who snffrr thi-ir aec"unts to rii'i f.r ycsi*, we decline said navy-yards ; two hulf ba ri'lo to l b'coi.bidcrf.I iss AlaichX.. '57. 13-St v
nrciz.zr'rioc.Bonnets
CTCKT
,.2 t" i5 ie P' "> J Jhread. j Cnl f V.u f hoes. . . .. .. .. .pa'i' s>. 5.000 most) jxistivflv to BFLL tin a creiiJ. \Vc :d-o e.ll ntlention a ban el, and not inou! than one sixth the required VI or
i-Ja k s'ti* white, i.nrf. hall's l>est c tjalityjnt. Kip-kin oea..J,.,. 6,000j I to n chr.nge which wo find it rscctfiry t'mikc. I ui.il.tity to 1 Ii- in half barrels: BATSI CAPS &c.es.cT

"hc' l.nrt.. 4 jiirdsJn length J inc h wide : We buy ur froefiii; fur cash nnd 4 and oinonihs : Th<-riee eh! dl l l- f the T( ry best q.aiv.! nnl if ,

fcpr-bi.ck-. twilled: "cc.tlvn. 6 yaids ia I ngib, 3 CLLs I arid canu'it se.l them on a \cnisereditiiytBM'i I the crop nnia<%di itlv preceding \the\ dales < f the i it.ijuihiii .- ; i EEi Shrie Fiishjii of Mi'lesktn ; ;:i A tXRCE SSORT E>T orrENOL1SH
j U'olleu socke. .. . .. . .. .pairs, 10,000 I bi r S *
such aitii-Ira will
ifl ll cit.e %ls for > nqviredKvriy n' f.rthi._ rani.-. rL'It.a.d jJ.j :b U7Fitnch FRENCH, AND AJIER1C -
Tir.1'I's. S-30 and 5-10 dianntcr | j CLASS J/jttrcs-rs.. I IhiCe HloiHliv! or (' 15.a
Mattresses. .. .. .. ... .. .. . 2.000 1)t h'it' i y, I jirejiMod: by s.;::-dryiuc uI y. and bhulf I I b.f V Lt '!inmn. Pedi l, fatt.inm; and Straw hats, in evciy AN

.k+ ::1: ;oi.p-epara Bid. fcr iOuO Cis 1-lJlai,ktt,. : STOCK r'orsisr.s orr the ciop r JIcuV, 14)Vai, TRIMMED LACE AND STRAW BONNETS

rou7. i Blankets . .. .. . ... . .. 4.0CO elates li I the rtquiMlinns fcr the s.im- Youth's nnd ChJcu.! AT-0 A LARO ASSOHTUCST Of

T.c: ''wr m tt L< ln nuf. ctu c' from cocoa-n-.it oil.nd 1 CLAPS 11.-Jliindkirchirf*. RY GOODS OF FJ'ERYJLCRJi'TJOX: The I'lcklslmll be p'jt up! in iron b.-nd cail', .4 J..S'O- French Howers, Artifioialf, tc, !, denominated v-hte >altT I ITt!(tWirC, Furniture, and tiieli ci.h! sh.i'.I (.ontain; obe gallon of i nioi:*, one
}he est quality J -
he i'i : Black silk handkerchiefs. .. .. . . 8,000I
j ldi
Crocku Sa
if and COMl'lLTE OF
T s'h delivered on t-b.ty dfiys' hotiee, rj, gallon ppj>eis. tijlit; gallons ot nic'hai.icucu'n- A ASiOUTWf.NT Embroideries.Rich. .
'ti* "" .-'Jts; cf b"ut75 pounds Vncfc% athi.F I OlTeiB mny \he made for one or nre olas *'! at the CI 't hag. Notiui-, U-IB, fifty to the gallon, nail the \ ict.be! in each '
and Hcnathoo ot -
i. Vitlencine. Maltese setts
: 4.r the bidder but
all the
aiticlee embraced .
i ; in 1aI3OOTSAND3HOES.
rptioti tie. Ac.
iu'-pectioa, til K1* mupt he hoop,si fit each Gn-crrif-8. f tc.. hall \\iifjh fifty even pounds, niid tht-v i.nU bw p-iid
i':4'r < a cla e> mnst be bid for. Cull and look for yourselves,haf*and punctual for and I e..fii cask shall then be fillt'd wlthul.ite I Collars and under Sleeves.Eiub'd. :
Ullie xp'i"l fif the contractor. 11m price tube payer ; F'ur -ilc by G. .i'i. j Each chi s will be considered by itself wd the cmj mousliu GilLirs, from 12J ats. toS'JO, ,,
:Jii 01 ** aJl the yai os.S will lie awimmodnted on pleasii.: tcnns. and to wine \inogar of :.t It-ast 41 degrees ol strent tt1, :n'ift Mtdi 2S 'Cii'. ].1-8t
ca 4 tract for that class will )be awarded the bidtlfrI Kaib'd. mouslin Slceres. V
j t lho<< who buy for lilwinl I lii-cciint will I bomade. .
c CASH a Oiiul to 1 I'liiirhiii.i : ar ; the t-ztl. Vi-;?' tables and
I I
who lu V Summer Hats
1 in the
lowest
are iifjuroirttc. A i I 3, ; ; the --iiupli-s: ; d"xiated} i.t (ho jibin ifiji'-l I ; ; JM'J-, ;
----f ItVyV
: candte mt be American manui t clured. of I The cloh fn- the p.-.i ja kel shnll IM willed jiiloti __ A L.I.EA5OkTft Of .
1 th.- c.i:1! thall 1 that CLOTHING.
an iactofa w.Tiaiit atj
.. ,. ;..3f-ij.rd -aiine. fix candles to th pui' I BEAD I they vil! ke. and a'ii'l, ] fur least and
g'io'i a! two > ear Geut: and Toutlis Spring Summer
; inri-M ia: 1 h nqvh.: <>-lusive of tip fir candles ..No.i I dyed. It thai I be 54 inth'siide, and W'-ijh iC nun- p i:1floCz[: *. Ji..c1 F, IV.r.ts and Ves-ts, n?. orted quali-
The .
h the bnrnla .
v-ti i-li net i le thrn 14 ounces 87-1" fl melting ;j ccs pf r yard. It shall I aVe n li-t on each cdire e<>nv I REm in nrr.irs fr Ib51 '52. Ti3, '.r-4, "55 and i fen njf* en ; canl iiiti.j: %VIIt.k..ym.la.es V *- 11 5, ar.I latest st*'he. A choice brlcction, land-I HATS.
iij u.d bovtll
j ,.m* not I* ls !kcs thnn 140 degrees F.tnen1ieiLw j poticd <>f 24 white !un>ii-Id of all wot.l. All pic..si -LJL_ 16oC ? Its, call at nice and 1 1t: me know \ <.jir, pickles to. printed with iuj; (fi a''iii L'i.'di&! and Ices'tle byMcXAUGHT V V.
red lea I.
i v-pet must l>'- aid'-d. nn I pomp"8f' I of 78 cotn i j weijrhinsi: los than 25 ouiM-er per vard will be njcc- whaiher }<.u car. pay at all. if i><>. how nauh-5. 10, '* 1 ORMoD & CO. Clothing,
J lln -n! as iiT&ll bC! aceoi.iiiii to (-.in1! iec at thesni'ibn
ihe best No. 27 The MI. i.r lUO c.'iita in tire doiLt ? I want to close all :;
Uirad* t/ qu.d.ty yarn. ted ; and each b.de of ab-njt oliO yards mu>t avtiuge account jj.irtl.21'i7 1- A LJUQX. ASSOBTJIt-NT Of
Mii; !'>s to rw livfred l n sixty day's not\rv, in tt>od 2C ouncF per \ ard.i due me to Januiiy, 1S57, imd willcompiomipcwi'Ji I.iIvvVr: '! and be dry and tit for })itC1T. --

1. i\rf.
> ranked with the contractor's na ne and the blue cops shall be twilled all wool. Aniciic.tn, nianufacture. ability and close en their .wii ti-uns. : to the i-.tiiipluii: lit said navy yords, and be delivered I Boots and Shoes 0
in ii.-dt'and quaiU-r cheats only. Iiiirrii r extra Hour i4 =Vtt
wi-bti-J thc cnadles.Atp and 5udi< blue0.l dyed. 11 shall T. HAY\VAHIX i CFiTtl.'S. > >iib ,
pure jo ; 1 he eofkti, bhaJl be equal to ihe beet Cuba, aecor- 3rw (J Flour
have a hl onciehdce conijK-.ed of 24 w bite thrt.ids, April 18, 57. lfi-6t : yupsrfiny A LABCE A3SOBTUCVT Or

SEED, BLACK PETPERre.. ('fall wool. All pieos nn-kr 17 i The b'-ans shtdl bn of the best white *
very quality IV.arlJiig! from Schr. Petti anti for snlf byilcNAUGHT.
will be and each brie of about For Sale : ALSO -
nil that be for the rejected, S"0 yaidt
buS f'r may roquv-ed I k
b
Sep'rate I :in and feh.il! be of the crop immediately precedingthe ORMONL) uofthe navy, to 1 be Delivered New Tfork only. t must nverape 18 f unetp'T yard. I daU-s of the for the til und Servants SHOES of eyery qualit .
"
r ?
subaTibt offt-n2 f>r sale hii' resiCII'C. icquiiilion same, jx> March 2!. & 12 V
Mastaids ed. American, blown The safjnet must be Apietican manufactured, 27 t
Tit uuteil: Oil MoillOO Stlftt: 1, to l lit; taken 113 one bushel.Tin STAPLE GOODS.V
black, Malaliar inches wide inside of hiti)hich list must consist of : irt._
Pepptr. I riuii-1 ;<:n- < f tl.f tno.-t d.'firablc locations inoI'ijMsshall be fully equal to the very bos-t Bacon and Pork V
far muitard and not less than 12 white woolen tl.nads on e-ich eie j Cotton and Linen
!5it Osnabnrjjs.
e oetHij' pepper 2 in the City r Tilnhasj-! >. I (;'IttitV: of S -w Oilea'is lTiiIas'o.a.! and: shall t'f d'.iiv-
C.tflk4, f-r b-jltles.; I of the cloth, woven jrit1ie whole length of the pie.'e ; -f- 1.1.-il i-i w. !II 1 sea*' .cd led oak barrels, with white jiineh 4 CASKS Ribbed Sides. 1 dt. Clear do. Brown and Blue Shirting and ShectiugJ, V

j mu.'t weich nit less than 9J oun"e per yard, to contain ALSO inch ti.ick ; th-: staves not less : 1 do. Shoulders, 5 bbls. Mess 1'ork. _ Marlborou Plaids and Stripe
.ireoin .cle must lx All the f ni quality I will sell my hrze and well known bii/u, tli.-n I ineli thick ; the bairels to be three qnarierah' : V per Stripes Apfou

and c-'nf<>rr.iaMc in all respects ufih* Sample* drited .I cotton, pure indijj.) blue yam dyod; nl thfillin i iw Stable House &c. V ) >|.e'l, nnd, in add.tion; to have fnu- ir n hoops, one, : ORMOND & CO. Bed Tickmj.it. dc, & .

j;*- st ai-i iiavy-ytnls; and! in this Vnirrau and xil, puie indigo bine, -H..1-.d] E.ich bale: of i Livery Carriage on e..fh )bilge, 1 inch in width and 1 ICih: inch tliii-k. March 21.67. I'-! ] :
such at the navy-yard wb *redeier 400 yards shall average 9 i oune s to the yard, ai.<] Mv tt mis \1 ill bchbeial l t(, a gond I nit cIiter. V V
*uifct; to 1ncp4-etIoIi V and on.onach chime l ( if.eh in width nnd 1 16th
} dasth) chief of the bureau \1irect, ihe iupectinj no piece shall be I'I.w y-J ounces t<) I the yard. The j jsatinet "l p. U. LROKAVA ( ,-. I A large and wll selected stock of HARDWARE.
<; may tIt Ii tliivk. snd shall b thoroughly! c.K.ptied and, Hats
V Spring Style All of the above articles will bo sold.
fiffieer to be appoiuU-d by th pl.n'i'd in the b't bl'ipj.ng c 'iid.tltui.
1 ; I,. C.
above. The cloth, broad cl.iti! p.nd natinttf WILSON. .
pilot i iwhich I '1 Itie VIIeVrII hhall: be of the tiist qualiU'. equ:1:! tot 1EN'S P t All the articVs to It* delivered free of any icien. gai men's are madf kliall be \\tll t ponded b< SPRING & SUMMER Jht.indiid t I <.t[ the United I StnteT'ljarmacopa.'iii. and I L D-uf. DucfjUblc end Merino Hut*. 11 -

of euch article nut lie the The fl.mnel must be all wool. American innnuf.ic- c-cI flst..ls.EsTtic. Corn.V
nu.l The
f jvirVagen. price __ iith\"i< d : bane's tin.ilnr in 11 re-pecla to those rslt.VflVrd
at the plac of delivery. Packages urae rcspectire ( loi t1'blti,1. \\itl.! erccptiun that \\hitroakstat5 I nri- CORN for sale br
in nhidi the above ailic'cs are delivered inuft be be in piecesfifal .,ut f 0 yards in leuiith, 27 n.thcs ; IIODGKiSS) SCOTT & POOLE I in 1 hia.isji.aH be substituted for red oak tavea Landing frmi iUstic, aith for sale bvMcNAUt.'HT LJtflVY HOPKINS 4March21 3XEOLNIS.

uiitkcd with tliif content* and the i.ame of the contractor wide, weighinij 5 onncec per ; aid. with a list on wh | tiii1hit>' pine lita
r and ls ndScient to iusure their tempotafy ei'ije: of 4 white woolen threads woven in the \th'e! j Are now r?"
c1e-kepin. I length of the piece To be packed in bnl*>8 of 10 pieces {' SPJILNG; AND fcTi.Miil\ : ; GOODS) ', The vhiAey shall be n.ade v,Lolly from gra'n, sound Canton & V V

The contrarjor mis* rstab'ish agencies at f uch' stations I the pieces to be lolled fepnrately iMtlwut cloth i I and ii'creb.iiitablc: ) and be full fist proof according to Matting, .
other than his residence, thai no delay iriay a- boards ; each bale to contain 601) y-ards and 156 i | Embracing: evi-ry imaginable fct\le <>f j the ii'i-d States custom house stnudaid, and ehalli i ) 1'IECES of 4 4 and 64 white rind checked
flannel. No to have less LADIES DUESS GOODS viz: 9 E 3nnd Wbisksy, .Ld Mattin. .
| pounds piece a iner.tgeweight -
what m.be and when i
ri'* in funi'tJrrg required; I i l be rcctiHe 1 It i.n.ull be dclivei in tood, new, jlind, '
the ntrsctor or agent sits promptly to comply with | than 4 8-10 ounces per yard. L&rrs, l.tTi.1: ;, : cnl' MUSLINS.SILI I! bright, I ih.ecqiii.iters l lumped, will seasoned white w v 2 Muuongah.ila I 1 piece of 8-4 floor Oil CU>th, .
The overehirts. undershirts, drawers and jumpeisI C choice Sugir. 4 bbla. French Bread, I 2 pieces ot Oil: Cloth for Table Cprcf .
I V
: a requisition, ibe chit of he Bureau of Provisions | oak bairvlf, with,: \\hite flannel 1 ke the nbuve.I ", 15o>Mi I must be made of 1'ursale by G. J,MEOINSISS..
aafthiicp5eef )beading, ant] well painted ; the
be made the under the I The B rnsley shcetin.; must be (ice from e"tt-ni, A lot of li'iVb' I! iacNAUGHT, ORMOND it CO. I March 28. '57. l3-8t V,
Ia to supply deficiency, penalty laujc Cjolhin-.f, : M.t vr not to be les than j inrh thic-k, and the lnadsn March! 2 1. '57.
In be expressed in the contract; the record of a 4 80 inches iu wfdth ; Wfijjht 12 ounches Sl-100 f rard. \ laig-: lot Jf Moils', Clothing, t less than } huh thick ; and each barrel thali bo 12 : V- '
Iheieof at the Bureau \ texture, 4 by 4 to 1-16 incL red in additionilh three iron V VV --- i Book; ; Bindery ;
qusitSon. duplicate
or a copy coop' i one penny hoop ,
triioo Hat and Ciis *

jard*aforesaid, ehall be evidence that inch requisition in width, and ab"Ut 3G yards iu the piece double And every other article of Mprchindi'-c Suitable j an I one three penny' hoop on each chime, 14 inch inj I J_ U again in operation.
thread and filling; weight 8 ounces 23-100 f thin marl-ft.J3 V frVVJIOLD and HALF Tierces of Rice arrive I
hag bee n made and received. warp per t yard texture 9 by 10 to J inch. Call and exdii.ine t tiern.2) I, *? in a few da\b direct from Charleston Send I V
Two or more approved sureties, in n nm equal to ; \vhole: tbe pi.t in go.xl shippmg order, free of all
th. estixated aniunnt of the contract, will be requtr4 The shoes must be stamped with the contractor'sname IIODGKISS.) SCOTT'April & POLfl.) i el!.: rrr- to the, United Mates. I in jcur order and have it marked, y/oa who want. Seed
Bice.
and twcit-_ per ceutnra in addition \rill be wthh" number of hoc, and year w hen made; the sizes 11 '57. lj All the foregoing described articles, embracing # -ALSO-

!*! from the amount *>f all payments on account to bern the folio wing pr.'poitinn. for eaeh 50 \'air. -V ensk barrc's. half barreif, ami boxe. shall be s\'o- I[ 150 Boxes Manufactured TOBACCO, at K.\\er 1 A A BUSHELS SEED RICE, for sale by

thereof 2* collateral securi'y, to secure its performance unless otberwi ordered viz : 4 of No. 5. 9 of No 6. j>.-t te such in-pcction.a[ < the chief of this bureau mstv prices ibm; you pay this Spring in the big city of ; 1U U HOPKINS A Jl EOINNIS3, V

Hi..! not in any event to be paid until it i is in 12 of No. 'Z, 12 of No. 8, 9 of No. 9, 3 of No. 10, 1 of For only 85. din ft, the inspecting c.ftieer to be appointed by th'ej I: New York. For further particulars enquire atI March 2157. 12

all respects complied with ; eighty per centum of the No. 11- EMPLOYMENT in a Rood business nn-1 j Navy Dopaitnui.t. All inspections! be at the place I I D. LADD Newport. -

mount of all deliveries made will be paid by the navy 'i They are to confirm in all icspects to the samples STEADY of l 00 a month guaranteed. For particular t' of d.-livery V Ui=tuit i.iy, however, be iu-pi-eted itj I March 21, '57. 12 Spring and Summer Styles!
and be delivered in box-
vilhin after bills authenti-- at the vanX to good strong the tifntii'.f.ct but will iu all be V
agent thirty days duly *, enclose fct.irnp; to j pace ; are; eases uja't VI
V
'
cuTed. shall Lave been presented to him. 1 cs, 50 pairs in each. The name oftlieentractorenu- April 4/57.; 14 J. I* H, llaimony. Tl. I. toa final inspection at the place of dclivciy I'eJore French FIbwers;- : 'cr i8 V
tent and the year when lunde marked on each box. SUBSCRIBERS have received
Blank ft-rms of proposals may be obtained on npplic&Uno V bills arc signed tbercfor.I I by the last
to the navy gents Rt Portsmouth, New The calfskin and the kipskiu shut to be packed in Sea Island Seed! '1 1 he prices of all the foregoing articles to be the ARTIFICIALS, &C. &.C. I I X arrivals from New York, a full and elegant a*>*

Hampshire; Btiston.; New York. Philadelphia Baltimore separate boxes. j same thri.wchout the jcar, and bidders rnny ofler ft-r have aortmeut of LADIES DRESS GOODS, consisting
Express received
The woolen socks must be woven or knit indigo r A BUSHELS civile Cotton Sec-d. diiect fio-n V iv we a beautiful assortment of endless
of the
Norfolk i an variety dost fashionable
,-Pensaeola, and at this bureau.A OIK- or lucre at tides.I _I_, of the above. selecVjd iu atjlt*
mixed, ribbed, nil wool, and of American innuufacture. OV the Island: lard n.r jtt-r Ti-n'-s. an-1 fcr s.\\f\ I bvMfXAUGHT New York from of Paris Printed
bidder Organdies plain and olotba
record nod on
or duplicate of the letter ioformuca I All the cask, barrels, half barrels, bo.te< or the latest plaid ,
European
of the acceptance of Lis proposal will be deemed :No. 1, lcj! 13 inches foot 11 inches; ten dozen OIIMOIJD; m plain to full chintz colored.

a notifii-ation thereof within the meanin of the act of shall average three pounds and u> "i.e pair ehall bless i April 4, 1857. 14 I I tli contractors name. All the barrels and half barreli ,I March 1457. 11 DENHAM. Organdy robes, designs entirely pew,

1846, and 1 bjs bid; will be made and accepted in con- p than three and n balfotnccs. N<>. 2, leg 12 inches ICE. of fl jur, broad, and pickles shall have, in addition J i Jaconet S. ? -

fjrmity with this understanding. foot ten inches! ; ten oozeti simi average two t) -2 tierces and 6 half tierces, binding per to the above, the year when mriiiufacturcd or put up, I Printe l Baresre robes, designs entirely new,
L for
Times and
and fchall be lees 6-e byilcNAUGHT MANTILLASycilVt |
twelve ounce*, no one pair Greuadi
Every offer made must be" accompanied (as direc i i pounds marked upon them. e robc, striped Brocad, and China -
socks Ehallbe ORMOND i CO.
ted in the act of Congress making appropriations for < than three and color and ] April 4, l8l7.; H
and
the naval service for 1846-47, approved 10th August, <1: well scoured in qaahty fully equal those selected for the ensuing fiscal year, uid/oiij no 11IE j Foulard silk Flounces.

1846)) by a. written guarantee signed" by one or more to sample. ttftrtuce to xiick iizliai'e liee,& prtvioudy rrJilbiltJ. Double skirted Marquise Flounces, together with ft
responsible persons to the t fftct that he or they undertake The maltrc es must weigh ten pound including Salt, Salt | The quantity of these articlesthick will lie required j i Spring aid Summer of 1857. beautiful assortment of Linen Cambnes to dreW
be t tJ ft-et iu Jer th and SI inches
which i Is cut
that the bidder *r biJders] will if his or their ticking in,width: The to corerE mct measure 71 inches 1 1'ISAC1 LIVERPOOL in flue order, cannot be precistly stated. They will probably be ,' nPIIE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express. patterns white printed and Polka spot, BnlliantesV

bid be accepted, enter into an obligation within tea and 29 inches i to width. The hair, ticking _1 _.Fkfr hindinttr\ Times, and] f.-r sale bvMcXAUGHT abou't- -L a few of those moat Fashionable and 6y far the printed Percales iu great variety, tc. kc., ie.
I in length :
day,. 11111 good nd sufficient sureties, to farnifh the ORMOND & CO. To be offered for I moot tiepiiahle.Chanlilly. BUTLER 4 DESHAM1-

t supplies piopostd. The bureau will not be obligated and coveis nut c'nfurin to pamples.The April 4, 1S57. 14 BiWit. . . . .1,800,000 Ib*. .p r 100 11*. ; March 14. 57. 11- V V
lie the l lst blue American nr.iikin,
to e.'DMi:. r any jMvrxjpal unWs accompanied by the nankin must V Flour . . 1,400 bbls. per bbl.! Lace Mantillas V V

guarantee requited by law ; the competency of the 2C Inches wide, texture with 5 thieads by 4 threads to the Per West Wind Puce . . .. 250,1(>C'OR' *. ,. .per Ib. | of various pnttcruM anti designs, which they offer on Opening of theBONNETS sc ,

TJ6iaiitf i'> be certified bv ttf nary agent, district 10th <'f an inch, dyed jmic. Bengal: indigo. Dried apples . .. IfO.OOO Hw. .per Ib. the mn.t reasonable terms. Call early if you wish

a'toi-ney, or the clhetor ofl\f\ port. The blank-!* mu'tnipl: six jviuiiria per pair nndir.easuie ;t FROM NEW YOR1C.t Pickles .. ... 150,000 .bs. .per ib. the choice selections. BUTLER & IE11AM.) ,

.- The attention of bidders is called to the far: ples 58 by 76 inches carb A bile *,f 5'i i p.iir le-'s? b1\ BAGS Ill', C'.fThe, I Stixra'-. . ... . 235,000 Iba. .per Ib.I March 14, '57.Tallahassee. 11 Head Dresses French

and lewnption articles required n?. in the" iafpec- jnust weigh 300 pounds, and no pair fhall! weigh I'J :t Tierces Kiee, I I Tea. .. .. ... 2.O001bs..per1b. Flowers,

lion bvfor reception, jest but rigid compaiii will than manufacture 5 pounds made 1? ounces.of clean They wool must und be each of Arm rica-i 10 Boxes A'lcmilne Candles, V I OfFec ... .. .. 25,1'UOlb*. .per lb. I Sash and Blind Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Ed V

be made between the nrticle offered nnd the namplesi"l be marked "U. S. bjauketmuht 10 Spertit | B<;.,ns. .. ... . 7,000 huh. .per bush. j c'YcxEr ings, &c. &C. 4 .

c.nrtr tctr< eiv5nfir none that full below them; and Navy. 25 No. 1 MolaEEUB. .. . 20.UUO gal.. jx-r gal. I V
The black oslk: handkerchiefs must bs SI i SI l J lS-np. ? V V
1'J
tbttr attention is also particularly directed to the) joint I 10 Kfs-5 best Gobhen Batter j Vinegar.. .. . 22.000 gals..per gal. THE undersigned adoptsUhis method of informing MOURNING' Bonnets trimmed,
inches and weigh 1 and 12 grains Troy texture that he has "
resolution the act wf the ounce ; public, recommenced the above
of Kth March, 1854mBd, to 25 Boxo. Cheese, Whiskey. ... . CO.OuO gaU. per pal. -
28 l-8th of inch- business tlii of a'
luth Aunift.1616.A 14 by to an in city Tallahassee, fend -would b* Crape V
pril 25,-* 7. l74r A schedule of the three size for each 100 pieces ol 5 IL Flat Sejjrs. The quantities of any or all may be increased or I pleased to receive the patronage of his friends. Shop I Cra and Straw Bonneite triinr3ed V
will be found with the nt tins I at the Kail Road Dpo i. vr. uovrnit. wi.f ,
made-up clothing sample A L S 9 diminished an the service may hereafter require. TlieI *id TUi..b ." V V V
825 Reward. respective 'erd*; *nd nil the above articles including Starch, PicLlea, I contracts will theiefore be made not for specific March 7. 57. 10 Plain Straw '

the button, rings, Ac lo.be but for such the service iiajrjieapdlitaaj V
necessary nre fully equal | quantities, quantities as may e V
?jt, RUNAWAY from Ihe subscriber's plantation in the quality, color, texture, weight, and finish of Pepper, Oyfters, require to be delivered at tbobtt cavy yards respeotnely. James Island1 Cottonseed Flat Bloomers Gipsies, Shaks*. Hood lnfanL
tie Cider Lobsters *
L / conntj, Ga, about middle material, and ccuforin in sizes, and woikman- Champagne; V hoi D, Coburg, Ac, : $1 March bj the name of TOM, pattern, Ground Ginger, AorLed Candy, V YEARS GROWTH IN V V
a negro boy IST FLORIDA. Head Breues
ship to sai'i saniple.I ". i n'raclors not residing at the places where deliv1 nnenrparieJ Jbri style and' teLy'Ribbons
about old. of black f&in. and Salaratus. Pot Ash.
twenty-one years very be number which will be of 1 establish atsueh AA BUSHELS Sea Islands Cotton Seed from of the i most eMult;
op-quality required cues ate requited must agencies pla- 9 m p.si Vrietyb1mek
low forelieao, about 6 and I feet high. He is probably Fir 8.ile: for CASH" l>/ II. BERRY. and
e cb. cf the foregoing articles cannot be precisely stated. I ees, that: no delay may arise iu furnishing what may _V\)\) So., Crt, Onginallr.. The Cotton from vhite ?nsItes, mnedws.s
Florida as be has a wife in the oeighbourboodfilonticellp March 28, 57. 15 wide-Blood.
< n Fla. The above reward will be paid It will not be less, however, than the quantity -V .. -.----.. j. be rtquired ; and when a contractor fails promptly to this seed commands readily fiora 75 cts, to Jl.OO per Edging,. Zohvr s a SESrSdes -

for hi being,lodged in BDT Jail Hi this State or in t specified in the foregoing list. The contracts will, I comply with a requisition the Chief of the Bui eau ofProviy'ions pound in the Charleston market For sale at $1,00 appertajninij to V J,'departmeut ftJ4i $
SARAH* therefore, be made for the quantityof each article so Ladies Dress Goods and Clothing shall bo authorized to direct per Bushel b'. R. H. BERRT. toilet. BUTLER &&EILL V
CUNNINGHAM.
: Georgia.April 25.57. 17-U specified, and for sucli farther quantity as the bureau JUST RECEIVED j purchases to be n.ade to supply the deficiency under March 14, 67. 11 MrcbVi,.:: .l.V I 1.. .

siny requVe. The price mutt uniform at all the, : I I the penalty to be expressed in the contract ; the re- -

Bacon and Flour stations. B ArEOE. Organdie, Flounced Robes, i I cord of a requisition, or a duplicate cop thereof, at Groceries0 ,- _. TUSmnnier 1867..
All the abore articles must b* FcVject- to such inspection Jaconet Lawn aii.l 1 Bnlli-nt Flounced Robes, | the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, or at either of AV JUrB GOODS .
BBLS. SUGAR. Tariou rf
60 BBLS.Flour, ,10 half do. at the place of dclif er as the chief of this Solid Colored French Chintz, the navy yards aforesaid, shall IMJ evidence that such -SO) 20 sack COFFEE qualities T wbkb we menlWi< every V
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4 Hhds; Baoon Side*, bureau may direct; and no article will be received Brilliants. requisition bus been made find received. 104 and V' *V V
Butter Pilot Bread Crackers'
U-&UnWe'8bit1g'
441 4 BBLS. that SAltE FRENCH BREAD.Landms that is"not fully equal for the sample in every respect Printed Lawns, Calicoes, Ginghams, separate offers must be made for each artic'e' at Peas, Beans, Tobaccos, Wines,,Barley,* TX IIOlCaSLbID.V .
VV4r
and which does not conform to the stipulations and Black Grenadine. each of the aforesaid navy yards ; and in case more
from the Patti .
and for aale by Linquur. Ale abd Porter Vinegar. Sauces 8-4 and 10-t Coaatcrptow
provision of the contract to be made. Alapaccas and Gro de Rhine than one article is contained in the offer, tbu Ctrfef of ,
UcXAUGHT. ORMOND i CO. Pickles, Soap. Soda; Sho Lead.V fcc. CamnbziosVJante,1
The whole must bo delivered at the risk and expense the Bureau will have the right to accept ope or more .
iI857. -ALSOV A full
of all articles in
...:!!! 16 supply U>t line, l-0ane .
of the contractor. Each box and bale to be of the articles contained in such offer, and reject the and for ala Pns&
A assortment of Lace and Embroidered 'Goods V per Mystic, by -
Ladies Dress markedjfith the contractor's name. The um|>ectiug new remainder; and bidders whose proposals accepted V
Goods. MONAUGRP
consisting of Lace Manlill.in do oRMO 8wie.V V
AppKaue forthwith notified und 1) Co.
be
will u
officers to be appointed by the Navy Department (anduonc others) '
SWISS MUSLINS. plain and figrired, Tht offers, must distinguish the prices fur each Embroidered and Dotted Muslins, early as practicable a contract will be transmitted to Newport, March 14, 57. n V.* Ebrdr.d 5!iIS 11i4TiL1ANTEs
'- M. .. Embroidered Collars Embroid'd Under Sleeves 4c
checked; article mentioned Lu.a class, and must be calculated them fur execution, which contract must bo returned V
LiDeoLawn; Freneb Prints, etc.iojing ALSOA exclusive of the time Dr. A. W. DAVIS D.D.S. .
to cover every expense attending the fnlnlmeot of the to the bureau within ten days, V V

fro j Simpson, and Jbr eale bylccAUoJrr. contract, including tin necessary buttons, beautiful assortmont of Spring Bonnets, Flowers, required fur the regular transu.isaion of the mail V PB V : .

; ORMOND' 4 CO. In ca e of failure on the part cf the contractors to Rouchca, die. T\voor, wore approved sureties in a aim eqnal to HCaJTG DENTIST, Pagc&3e1l1gan V

_APril 18. 57. jft _ft deliver the several articles which may be ordered from For sale by G & J. MEGINNISS. 'the estimated amount of the respective contract* wplbe V TALT.AHASSE FLORIDA. V
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themr time and of quality/ chief : required and twenty pei centum in addition will V
proper! proper March 28 'S7. 18-8t
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Qlpves; JHoideiy,. & Hflkfei of the Bureau of Previsions and Clothing shall be aotbonzeilo be withheld from the amount of all payment*'on no- December 27, 1856. 2 .

L I ADIES1. HisaearOentlemeaa'. and Bora' Hose purchase direct purchases to be made C IG A 1. SA LARG1I lot just reV count thereof as collateral security, b addition, Jo.e-J V V
Tvnrt7 -c its and not in rar/ttent to be V
of what jnnf-be required to sopply the deficiency cure performance; jVjd, E P. 7.Adk andGent!
"act. Tbreai jwi JJal Glove. der the penally to be;expressed ia Ib*, contract; the McDOUGALL
gcTailledzilkiinJLjrwn Cambric Hdkfs.er record of a reqiutji Joo or a dopliote copy tbereoffcat V 12Oats. _ rentum of the amount of all deliveries roat\0 will be 'I IyES notice h frlendn pu.

lALndlug Sa pK 8d ,r gale by'1CNAUQ1LZOIMOD the Bureau of P/oyiwons and Clothing'', pr at either of V paid by the. navy agent within thirty da',i ttfte< bUt *

4L CO. the nary'-yards aiorcsaid, shall be evidence that fuclirequMitioa : duly authenticated, shall have bec-n prc enteJ to hiau T V -
_tpri118. V fll.nkforms of may' bo obtained! tr : i $ : $ ..
i&Vei bar been mad and received. proposals dn ap- V ) pJ $ -i
BUSHELS for V-
landing Mystic JV
nod "
pci' ,
9 to the agents'at Porterooa'i'Newampsbire by the aidVof ik- V V
Two or BOOT* approval sureties in a rum equal to saleby V V plication nary pain. atsIn ;
if the estimated amount tbvrespectiya contrucU will) McNAUGHT V ORMOND 4 00. Boton,' New York, PbiladelphU,Ualti- ,* gi fiji iIIMtt ..

60 trmifage, be required and Iwentj')per eentom rvfll be withheld Newport, MATCh. 14, *ft7. V ,11 more, Washington, Norfolk Penaacola, and at V this, t'ura fu% benum VV

4S MeLi from the amount of all pajmeota oa wscoont thereof V burean. V 4 j7Vra'&*ka

'** '!- .tsynn.TE acateraI.'riitand not in tiny event t* be paid V V A record, or duplicate of the letter informing* Did- worn wjt

fya.De,4: ,.nhtil i itivfr all! > rctf-adi complied.itb'jand eight, Provisions der of the scce'ptaneeofhls'pfojwsal, will b. defined. ; V

24 Siongs Vtrai'e ru.t.i, pr eifntoB* f tbe mtront of all idelircrici mftde.-wiu Shoulder andifess Pe_ landing A uotiSfJjUi'O thereof*within the meaning of tL jet of

-1 be pdiij by r tb. uavyayeot 1thia' thirty Idaya after V SIDES.. nd frul.! by V -I 1846: and bif t W wihibe made awl aoxpte .itt,Conformity V 'V .
d nliiifcJ VV
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$ LIVELY :StpJiilIidaly' tbn1d stall-bay* bceo McNATJOHT, ORocb & CO.N'i'rort I with this undcTshndlrmg.I perfect tan 4 Hi
;3rt'2lt. k pfruttt4 lo &henL March 14, 7.7 n Every r.fler( mn le imist be accompanied {as dirrc- My81.1868.t .- .s Fib 59. 7 9 if

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BLACKSMITHIHG ".THE MOST' ., ISFFCL,
.. .. : CELEDRAT D
; ; 4. ; MOST CONCISE "
r UVERY MB 8118 STABLES FARMERS AND FRVIT GROWERS f raD-. S f' 1tA :

TUE -HTBROKAW. & CHEAPEtt: THAN TIIEt.IIEAPESTt M TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. MAJfrAcraRER) *11 k&fc ofFIa' abd'$!. VERMIFUGELIYER'PILLS., <

\ ., 1u ring hen disN1. Better than the Best : 2PMuhcd -0- tf C
Io
would i in- takes informing
; 'rilE Proprietor Tin Wares plewort
Yed.'t uadt-nilPe..1 nnti5f'11 his cy
that Weekly. HTlu X fonn his friends nnd the Arthur's Patent. Air-Tight Tallahassee and the*arro ndiogoounlrj, tb." ; ,
old aaJ the public generally, he has 1&a
customers "
D.-li Wilson! whicb betakes vhoU ml.Attanprnfftt.Ilb by FriiH ,
Frrth and
' Iltrp.e Brick Stables, nt the old stand ami U AJS9f' pnteninz bit line of Iwsinesi. Be alw) tenders frdiaftU *
the bop. formerly: occupied by htm, under the r U--4 ATEST of DISCOVERY. c.f the 1'resen .3 prepared to accommodate his friends anti customers now C lunfor hinter U". This article extensively liim to bit In frieuda and the pnblto wwrallT for tb.* very W.'th*best:,PT!par.tlea.of tfc.a'they
firm Century DetecingCOUNI'ERFEIT 1 nscd in the East and Northern States lnt season, been S
be lieretotow
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,1JOh hu
He ulso has attached to hi* Stables a good Blacksmith liberal patronaite with

: ofH.. B. FittS & Co.. BANK NOTES. jDeecrlin Shop. where he will linn have dune all kind,of surrounding will L be introduced country to by the the citizens undersigned) of Tallahassee who has rowthe and favmed, and l!hopes that a continuatwa ef the me are not recom-
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; Every GenuineBill in Existence and Plantation work Hone shoeini?, nnd Carriage' in will be granted him. .
and ill now prepared to execute all work done in Ext bilin; at a phtnee every Coauter- d the very boat manner and with promptu and i8' exclusive right to manufacture iu this vmcimty call and for He will constantly keep.on band a full supply e UII aed"as UniverjCureilSs
the comine season. It is only to meJ
heir line of basiness viz: feit in flireu'ation!I pnt<4>. article and the newsary recommendations of aorta of Ware usually kept in an eatablubment of bit
examine these
: Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing Arranged 80 admirab'y. that REFERENCE is 3 N"vcm>>cr 5. 1853. 44 the persons who have used them to be convinced that line of business. A foil assortment Cistera of Sheet Iron, abut simply rwhat
Sheet Zinc Puwps,
EAST SINSTANTANEOUS Lead Lead ;
and Sheet Pipes
DETECTION ;
A and and! economical article ;
Carriages Buggies Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, they are the best, most simple and other articles too numerous to OM8-

\ JJ Plantation tcnrk of g For Sale by P. B,. Brokaw. for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can tion.a great many tfreii name pur-

every dif ription, tT No Index to examine I No pages to hunt 03 be used by the most unskilful person without the TO BUILDERS.Tin .
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I But so simplified nud nrrninftil. that the QQMerclmnt. Subscriber has just received n slightest ritk of failure. -a
: Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wagons tip Bauker and Business Men can s,ll nl H THE large supply of Carriages, 53gT Purchasers nre upplied xvith a circular containing Roofing Guttering Copper and Tin CoftdueUwr ports.

and Carts, t a Glance. OS Buggies' and Harness which he offers full and reliable directions for put' linkup fruits Pipes &o., all of which he promise to do In the moat The VERMIFUGE
and iu fact every othw discription of work made of for sale on the most reasonable terine. and tomato* in these Cans blacimj the whole process work-msn-lifce manner and style, and .f the best ma for

Ireo and Steel all of which \TARRATT.. and pledge It Las taken yeais to mate perfect this Q November 18, 1854. 46 conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A terial va shortest notice and most reasonable terms
ourselves to execute at the shortest notice. large supply ot these Guns. will be constantly keptin Having been engaged for the last fight years in expelling Worms from
U. B. FITTS. GREAT DISCOVERY.The MILES NASH & CO. store. Persona wishing to supply themselves should business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend

Feb.Hi8.7. 7-ly nrgt-nt necrwity for euch a woo k aas long Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. applv immediately, as the fruit season 'Vuear.it hand. hi.naehfony further to the public aa regards the human system, fias.
been felt by -mmeri.-ittl men. It has been pubj All tans sold are ma 'e bv the undersigned and war his capabilities ns a mechanic but at the same time fee
Notice. Iished to supply the call for iueli! a Preventive, j{>j JUST received from Nt.'YorK per bnrk R.H. Pam- ranted safe. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that 'avor him with a call good work and also been administered'
t1 n UMieVnl assortment( ai tides 5n our line.Mll.h ,
and needs but to known be 22 cheap prices.Having .
i>e to Universally May 31, 1856.
: nndprsisrned l has made arranxcments vith II It does more than tins :vcr been nt S uPatronize. as Cite 2mc of almost every kind. Burning. Flnio, removed from the old stand formerly known with the most
White and other
THE : Lead pamt. Window Glefs of White Slusser be will be found at his stand cor satisfactoryresults
of his Blacksmith by mm. It de&ciiben as
take tempted tr Bank
FitU to charge Shop I every best qualiiy: Pult,. Brui-lu-.s Potash, Soda. Piano Fortes.1TE .
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Note in three Different SparklingGelatin" ncr of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait
an.l haT I k and solicits for the firm the L.inguige8
new patroa- j i : various
,London' Mnstnrd, French to
'bII Brandy ( beo\t.) WHITE. animals
very to furnish PianoFortes all his friends. THOMAS
arc prepared on
: his n.1) D. C. WILSON.
.f customers. t-REXCII .
e
age j: ENGLISH AXD GEltlfA. for medicinal
Spices. Lemon'Syrup.Inks .
I purposes Popper. beat 43WILLIAM
f17TIJ of the very quality, D< c. 1,1855 -
7
Feb. 14.1857. '
-ly Thus E-ichraay rad the fame in !his owu Native Qu'iiine I'enr.wn I'.nik.. Fluid Extinct Hurlui, the most liberal terms. subject to Worms.
I 'rtJI.g-Ue. ite, d... and n general assortment of Popular Patent upon
second in either P. SLUSSER
They are to none any country alto
DAVID E. HULL TERMS-1 he paper "ill be nbout !8 by 42 trj Mfdic.rwi. We keep n"ne but the Vt'fbe. L and quality, or price.Eery The LIVER PILLS for

the nttenlii of the citirens of ; inches and will ."utain the mvst PerftCt Bank hope to merit your patronise. Instrumental! be warranted. Ta11ahassee F1.a. ,

WOULill'ite unjoining counties to his II Note, List P ibhohed. .. March 1S5G. MILES NASH, 4 CO. MILES NASH & CO.Fehrunry2t MAXUFACTURKK OF CoppEnTiN, AND SHEET the cure of LIVER COM.
Together with the rate of Discount.AliJ I 29. 18 1856. 8
10013;:. OfCOKSJTIXR G-ooc:1.a, I a List of C -- IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL all

OK I Alltht Priiate Banters in America. F j Cora and CobCrusher.. Q-u. n.in.e. DEALER ix PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNEDWARE. PLAINT; BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

nOCK1\flfS, TOP BUGGIES, A Co'iiplfte Summary of the Finance of Europe .I 1 RANGER'S pitent Corn and C. b Ciushcr I received 600 Oexcis Stllpll Quinine, SICK HEADACHE

Buggies without Tops i and Aniviicu will bf pub irh.'d in each ediT! VJT h-ive taken the Agency for the, sale of these cupirior JUST '" III'a lid, together with a great variety Stove EIoRri'Qunrtcr?

1! timi, together will all the Impm taut news' If the tr Cob Ciu.-hors. iini-qi.aled; ; it i is said to any in cf pure Chemical AMES & LIVELY. 4 A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlpr &c.
of* moti.n so sootLin! that those who tide in them, d,:). Alto the Co ntn'. A strck of these Crushi-i) will bo on 11 ,
L.t with
April 6, 1S5C. and Wood Stoves, tiinmod neatness
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unless they are particular wilL.oon 1 a.1 the' iMiciou* I INTERESTING STORIES Iniul: !I I eaily t il I i i* C'' ninjj F..1 I. PTWS vry low. Ci'II- u and durability, at reduced prices. Purchasers will pleasebe
..dews! of*K-ep with double tiu'.nmeut! i.eu.iing;" t'iI"lillft'aL. : savin": ; in feed.I $45 JC? 5 eachfor Olive Oil. '
frlI11i':1 Old Manuscript 'found in the E.ii't nnd j i inn tl.fseizo?. Prices unifnru throughout the Out Door omk.
SIIWd of all kinds; xx htii-1!.c to lN l e lotind. It h-ra uC"cr't t ap- 0 i iI I plirllcllJal! f nil ,'nd exninine fur yourselveas county.Fi'rfurth.r \ SUPERIOR article for TaWe.. Just' re Roofing. Ornamental Fron' Heads. Gutfering. Copper particular to ask for
Bii il' lid I.lItill .iles q I pcared ill rnint, aud funiiiht'S the .Hurt S3 11. ceivc l b,- AMES & LIVELY.
; : 1B If' Complete eoo" as> a stock for a. sample rives. and Tin Conducting, Pip? Sheet Lead Sheet
Trunks, Vnlic an-1 CUrpei Bags; |i History" 3 D. LADD. Aprils. 'J85'J. 14 Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistein Pumps. Shop work Dr. C.. McLane's Celc-

Harness of.ill kin.J-s) ; I j I -OniKyTAL LIFE & Newpnit. Jr.ly. 5. l&Sii. 27 Flower Jars. of every variety done nt short notice.
Rubber au.l Le.i itl..r: i i
India Dcltirg: .
; brated VERMIFUGE
Hemp and India Rnbar stain P.tckig; I I and described! the. Most Perplexing Positions!: in -- -- --- ---- pfOR LARGE na*"rtment of Flower Jars various Si (:I.y and Country Merc-limits and

which the Ladiis and GentK-menof, tl.at C.r.nlrv One 45 Saw Gin! I I&L Just received and for sa'e' call
Ltcin; and Dj-per lA-atiiT; zen, bv Are respectfully invited tcgire we a befoie purrhaB'I
LIVER. PILLS
I 1130b"'t.'n, s > olten found. Thrse St"l'iiwi l J I I'I prepared by
V AMES & LIVELY.
C'alf.! Li.in ImJ 1 Sheep Skins; 0 SALE.a second hand GIN t.fllbo"e6ize. has ; elsewhere. ,
(.1lI. Uames.Trire Ciutitts Sn lller'b Hard ware.&nd I continue I hl'otuglllJt't thel.ole year, and will fiily used( (to gin :30 bales Cottou, and as April, 185*. 14 5/* N. I?. All article manufactucd from the very
in f.ict evtry thing kept i.i a ti'.ore of this kind, jiiovtthe! Most iCstert iiiing over offered to the 2Public. 'I good as new. Fur snlc. low byMeNAUGI1T l.rt material and! warranted durable. No other art % l

as well r sale.. jUJ"\ \ Qj to .

.ce as C"tt \Vapgojis, a few of which ale 011 I C Ftfrinshcd W t" kIJ to Subscribers oi.ly at J2 November 8. '66.( 45 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting.of October '.'0, 1855.r. 42 fl
?1 a 'ear. All rettors must be' adih-essed 9 A
hitiMi aa-1 will be sol.i as soon as possible.JS' to I II two, three and four ply. wafYiuitfd fully equalto Pittsburgh
JOHN S. DVE. B..k4'r.rJ I SOLE PROPRIETORS
I White Pine LIFE INSURANCE. -
Lumber. ,
: B. Repairing dnnc on shrt notice. PublMici) rrd PrC'1pritlnr.trt I Leather, and 75 rvr cent cheaper; iu fact con,iderd -

70 GMareh21. i -) !TI FEETV'hite Pine assorted, suitibe by thobC who have tried ibcm,superior to Leather I THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO Pa. and take
Tallahn ---------- ----copy.Sing.r's 1857. 12-lv .. I lor Cibinei}, Mnker*. Sh and Blind Makers All .ize& lrc>tp. 4 to 14. inches wide. constantly ACCUMULATED CAPITAL... .. .$1,000,000. ,
; or Joivers Work. N.t often!l'h II lot for *:-ile! on hand! by D. LADD. I Company issues policies on the lives of other as there are various
Sewing Machines i henMcNAUGHT.. ORMOND tt CO. N''wl'olr| Oct \S. 185o. 42 THIS
NEW GOODS. ---' I persons fir s'tie or more years, or for the
T HE '('Ht -t'piiititn '>f Sinai's, S"w-in. Machine* Nov. S. 56. 45 Town Propert for Sale. I Whole period of life, OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other preparations now

is ()un led on the f.lct. that they arv perfectly Dividends declared to the iuurtd on policie> iusut

ad.iptrd !" every cuietv of'\',"k. nUtl! th it c ich one JOHN PBATOEIOUS and Sale Stable. THE: undersigned offers at private sale, the follow for life.PLINY before the
public
described known the Jratin Lot,
of them, kept .>wm>yd.. will: tarn Jot less than I Jg' uildorsJirned, ijivtw i no- property.. as FHEEMAX: Actl1ary.-MoJllwl FBASKLIN,Pres'tC3& purporting
viz : Lots No*. 3. 25. 27, 30.48. 140.) Ml. 142. 143
(?;:: Tiiou"aid Dollzrs A Year. I MERCHANT TAILOR, t lice, I that b* has.; pur 141. 227. 235.; 23V.240, 241. 242. 243, 244. 245. Applications received in Tallahassee by to be Vermifuge

All per. 'n" tlf-l iriu!* full .nd reliable information I Dealer in Ready Made Clothing .t the Livery Stable of,_ _ 248. 246. 2.r.0.) 2::. 253. 254. 256. 257. 258. 268 all January 19, 1858. B. C. LEWIS.
and "Wilh.iui 11 N>-n-som. in Tall.ihnsspc. totr 'thi'r with Ih. and Liver Pills. All
&l>out these mad.if"sz; prices 1ntdt'4! of pirrckainz. tn the original: plan of the city (Tallahassee..
tc.-can /bt.iic it by applying by I.tt..r or otherwise I Gentlemen's Fnrnkhin Goods.I good wi'l! of the fstabli.-hment.! and that he i ia now -ALSO- AGENCY. OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO. .

for a c' py of I. 31. $tSGUt A Co'. Gazette a .._,.- -- prepared to carry on the business mull i its lirnnihc', CAl'ITAl... .$: O.'OO. othen in comparisonwith
Lots Nos. ia S. .
1.2,3,4.5,6.7. ,
beautiful Pictoii.il devoted I imd promises the p-blic with good nccomaiodutioiis County qr.A I
P.por. entirely to Sewing am now rccriring my Fail anil Winter si >. unJeTlI oerl. Agentof the above Company
j in his line on reasonable! tetm. THE
MacLiue i ibtezest*. Il will be ecut grctis. I L s 0- Dr. McLANE's

Local Agents !. ply of Clo.lis, ( assmr.ro, Vrstings, J.r I"w or I j! B James T. Ileirinjj KICHAUDSAcJNDERSN. Lots N..S. 4. 12. 13. 15, 16. 22, 25, 89, 40, 48, 61 loss receive by Fire applications,on Brick for and and Frame make Buildings insuranceagaiwit I are
B uiv duly authorizedajreitt.
Wanted in eveTo'xu ii the United States whom Color I : to I Every Shle and Qnaiily, and hits en'ire! confnd of the harness., rcpreeeutii'g 'l.tie aliove described formerly belonged
literal in-Ju'-ements are o3cre J.N. property January 19. 18S6. 3 B. C. LEW1S. I .
: us if:1" -
me no fully
p..n'II) prHl'rt.I to <"v. Ir! .wn. For further information and tf-rm. -
B.- Ve have made arrangements ,ith msny I which I ait prepared to make in the most I I RICHARD SA'UNDERri.Sep. e GENUINE McLane'sVeririifuge
vp n hk-li will be liberal apply to A.Perry Amnker Esq., Wines, Syrups, &c.
"litors ami i of I
puLibers tibe .
iiewspapers highly pro fl, 1 5G. SS .
and satif.icti.ry to tht-M. auJ \\i iit\ to make rimi i j fashionable style, on stnrlllftlce Attorney at Law, T.dlahuP't'I"CHARLES P. MANNING.* OLD Otard Brandy Sparkling Cider, and Liver

lar contravU with and in Port Old Port Juice
every newspaper uug.iziue: AND -
REASONABLE TERMS.: soU the above will be for
50,000 Havana lntil rent.
Segars property
the cotIDtrF"'r* fall rarticubrs address ALSOA A. PERRY AMAKER. Madeira, Brandy Cherries, I Pills can now be had at
I. M.SING ERA CO, : us ..L person-* who love tis smoke, RooT] SEOARS Sherry Sardines,

S23 Broadway, New York. !i LAnyiNU \vr.LL snttcTKn STOCK OF 1 _- can find them t,:etlM-r with "'me cb"i v, Turkish February- 1C, 1856. 7tfCocTLiver Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces all respectable Drug
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i.mh 2.7.; 13-3m: READY-MADE I and SpArUh binokmg TOBACCO at the DrmrStre Oil. Flavoring Extracts, Pears,
CLOTHING, (.1 AMES t I.IVELLOV. Yeast Powders, Tamarinds,
CASH STORE. Onaistinj of every earment "nifabr! for wmfe I 29 1S5G. 4S FRESH A PURE of the celebrated "Brand*" He Spanish Olives, Spices, Stores.

such a, CUuks.; Talint-. C.nts. V t'II'. Pant' f TIlE f ub-<-iber. rn anti r.ftr th? 1st Cay of Ftbru- .j' which! will b" d "pfrtfd of lit low pric.,. j.f"* Ii Carriage Shop For sale by AMES d LIVELY Worcestershire ilauco, Salad Oil, ,

JLryary. <-f tie preter.l ii1actb.! year, vii codne Lie busiD 1 Also a Imre lot of Plain and Fancy" :. CUUr3. i r "lIE UNDERSIGN) beil heave to, inform the .f'l i15. 135. __14 English Mustard, Capers, 60 WOO ST., PirrsBUKOH "SL
c.
M et-tirely rjx-a i ..}:, Siock Claret Cocoa
Ur,1.-1., to..lRvl1t": II..i.r.;. a"i'o. I JL riizen.-: .fTItIl.lha"'e! and Miicinity that he h isopened .Host Approved Corn Mill in Use. Sole Proprietors.SCO .
E-ern Those thon AIES A LIVELY.
i dft'olrlns a \uli out iU 'will1I,1u11!, Can. i in tLi fm the
tcirfAvn a ire ShIp ph. v, p'irp' ">sfof I
theiefure viSlt! keeji: r.o :H' nunbl. All tboss wLohaveobtaiuetlliU I intends ly: nni i? fnf" n r.111.,, fls all, |the] .)KivtcleShnye (' tr- I dom. all kiI.I: of work \I*uallJUI! in an st blishntfiit 1 00 OF the most approved LANIEft CORN Januaiy 5,1850.Circular. VI Li 11KAO
Groceries without paying for them, : -' wUcti-d! v ,111,, h. I. MILLS for sale; by the Suhs'r ber. These No. 111.Chartna St.New OiLeana
are ,
: pe.lt0slre| ? ? with a i < f tinsoi t. nnd that i* prepared! to do
lufrnQJ d.! thrlr accounts n iil he placed 211 the 6pui:1; \:eW to t h l.r ,.' (' t. tl.io lI1ukct. OOOD; WORK, and nt th.- shortest nolieAll those Mills have been for some tii Bin use through this re Saw Mill Agency. General \\Tholeaal\ e *>r tli Soui! tm Sates t*
LanJs of a lavxr for colkcliois bef. iit-xt leturu Oclu IS. 18"'Q. iri'-n and lower part of Geor w. and trive perfect sat has the whom all orders must be addrersrd.
re l.y4GA \\\v\ wi.i-h \. ik done in a iij.n-K-r that will not (.sit to THE undersigned agency for the sale of
idf vrin with IO bushels ansi the rise Sold Ames A LiTel E. Barnard, Jr. Muss
'3.Iy.! PH.. BERRY. I -- give :ltisf-. Auctioneer nnd Corn. MerchantJanuary I. DEN SEEDS!! befi re tivin elsewhere. WM. KUIIN3.Janu.ir. in. the d.w. with !v.-\ than thv. ordinary pin power applied I consisting of three oiz 'S for 42. 48 aud 52 or 54 inch Nash d Co., Tal.'ab', Fla.; J. S. M. JfeTMeOk.
to it. TIm maker furnishes hiind to it I Gardner a1 tilI. Newport W. T. Cmrpeoler& -
31. 1Sj7. : i I .: 17. I 1857. S-tf [ a put up; | Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, Quiney ; ;
-- f GROWTH OF ISSfi. and very one warranted to give perfect ntifnction.Call having, several improvements over the Ie Pagtor Co, Wnuketfaah; M.ly A Pope. "qt',

Notice. I '\T' ,would: c.ul tl': nttcbtion of onr friends awl j 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. I II and"famine them at D.LADD'3. other Patent in use. The cost i is aboat 300. ?S50 any, I Palmtr .,ro> Won'cfHo. S.Pulesten.! MObliftDo.I ] ;
f tbe to : April l 21. 1S5. 16 and I W.Rogers A Cn CnatUhoocbeis; ]ltzll publiciHTi ly. our present Large aud $450 for various sizes according
SIX Jc.tta nrta .late th tnJ rs Jr..J.m: preseut J!, Weil Btlectrd Ass rtaitnt of I .JUST] rcivived. a large assortment .of every variety &c. For further particulars apply to "xtracarriag, I Mananor; 2TirholM k Z.igIer. BaiobrUgt.Gi
!
,f..nal H't't'lnt \"oud.ers al a.lmnitrhthrthe "rI c-ilor ami quality. Papering plain Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth I D. U. Dickinson Ikinbridg ; E...TJaGmaanUe,.
ctate fVl.. L.ff"ton. deeeaeI. 1..te If J FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our : and figured. IJi-rdenug to suit. all.McDOUGALL. DANIEL LADD. Ga.
.cvn Rugs. Fla, November 3. 185.
Newport 44
count.v,1J'k to 1 I.e
JOIINC.CROSHAW. Ycit'r. c-insequently! flourish the better in a warmer one, Nov. 15,'185C. 46 A FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply WV>ol NOTICE.

In riglit; cfliis Bifc.toxoBA P. Rss..nW'. such as ours gjf Cull early or send your orders Carpeting Also a few pieces Wool nnd"Cotton A.xr.icii cb LJve1y

Mardi U.57. .J 11-m that you may secure the varieties vou dt-sin A. B. CLARKE (10.>, and fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget for sale right SIX months after date the undersigned administra 'r TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA

--- --- --- ._--- AMES & L1VELV. at D. LADD. on the estate James HoMeruess, deceased,
Burning Plnid January 81, 1857. 5 Newport Oct 18. 185/. 42 late of Leon county will file. her account and vouchers IJ Wholesale and Retail D.al.n ia "
S now receiving his Full and Winter Stock of ------ --- and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon county -
O F ASUPElilOliQUiLITY.jujt received ,nd I -- I Goods, suitable for Rheumatics & Others. for n di.-chnr je from said a ilt'initttrntioD. Hi DRUGS AND MEDICINES3urgrr JI

for sale bv AMES A LIVELY. New Books. It :Neonitin i'j'] .A : ELIZABETH HOLDEKNESS Admt'x. Perfumery Dyestuffj, l Instruments.
from Rheumatic
January 31,1S5'/. 5 I DI nnO all persons sum-ring Complaint Nov. 8. 1856. 45-6m Snuff Windows Glass PsiaU,
TCST received a h'rec: :'! :' .J. Spices.
.- *J Mi.aell.uieous Book. .-( fiff I i ;; in pr.rt of French and English Cloths Cnssimeres i- we offer n positive remedy, in Jiif Stintnlnthiy i Oil, Vaoishc-s Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
Notice. Standard} Work Prose Pin-try mpn awl and Vfstinsjs of all colors and of the bestqualilv. Linimrnl. It has been effectual in the permanent CHANGE SPRING and Glass V_re. YsfeutMedieiees:
I which he is prepared to manur.icture to order on cure of Chr.'niU1I1 Klieum-ilic diseases. Thousands I Fin TooJb Pure Win, and Brandies
willi all the publications! Fine Soiips.
SIX ilM.ths after date I shall r,r'iof* 'iv f-"' I niances B-mcroft's, and Hildrfih'n recent United Stites.Motky'a : the; m..l rt-asonabltf terms and in the most have no doubt l?een rescued from an untimely death I Male & Female Seminar I and Hair Bru*b*., for Medicinal porpOMS
and iuchis the :. J.th of his reiisedv.Fur .
to Judge of Probates use i great
I History of the Dutch Rrjiub'.ic.just: pub. MANNER fr IlE situation of thi Institution is at one f.f the Paint Brushes, yang Article.,
FASHIONABLE
<-f Leon county/ as executor ui .. "UtI"-. oiJcltu I lished.Allison's. sale by Druggists generally nnd at Whole ale I. J- finest Sulphur! Springs in the ountry. and"is unsurpassed Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.

C>(;k.leceased, la'efT sail cumlty. and ask to Continuation of.the History cf Europe' Together with n general assortment of and Retail. by AMES & LIVELY. for health. It u easy of access for steam They hare rt-eently received a La>gt and Fntli
.
be disehanf.L I Tallahassee. 31. 16 6.
THOS.J. ROBERTS Ext'r. May
22-ly '
I 5th and 6th volumes.Abtiott's I BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, boll and a few hours staging. i\rupply of every variety of articles usually kept by

April I857. 16-6m I CUd Stott'a Nnpoleon Bonapnrte; Tli .iis', I that will compile. favorably. with any stock of Cloth- Mackerel and Herring. I The Principal with the experience of twenty rears dru !ists. Planters and Physicians will JI- a). fad

"I French Il+vo'iition! ; Gibbon' R Notice.SIX ciuley's E'l.blJ 1. 3rd and 4th volume; Rollhfs Aneitnt1Iitiiv I Fine Black and Colored Cliith und I Frock t%'lIls. A FEW HALF BBLS.aich No. 1 Mack-rel nnd hi* whole! lime tu the im movement of his pupils. ded. and on the most liberal tern

weeks Info Sal*, the uudi-rsigned will apply I ; Thit wall'" (Jreeo-; Ro'utpoifs, \\.k! ; Fancy CASsimeie.. anrl Beaver Frock a: d BusinessCoits JT\ Herrinjr. direct from the Fisheries. For sa'e' ata The third session will commmce Monday January Orders from the Country promplj0filled and.atj& -

the II- "..Judge! of Prob-ite,(,f Le<. i county. J.'r ; PipC"tt's Ferlinand nnd Itabella.; llt-xico. Peru I' low rate by 12, 1857. For particlar!. nd-frecs. tit'! n guaranteed 1. witb regard both_ prices and qusS-

letters of:.a-lmini-'tration nu iLe estatu of JAi Dct.1, I'l dip the! 2nd and Misctllaneoti*; RIII t-II'" Modem, Black: an-1 ,loreJ Cloth: Beaver and Pilot Over- MeNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. R. ANDERSON. Piineipal.Nov. t;. Physician's prescripti c arrfully compouixud.

deceased, btc of said countv. I Europe; Ha'dam's! HIit..ncal: V.r4.rk"; The Works olLord I 8.irk Surtotits, November. 1856. 45 I 29. 1856. 48 Also.JpplD 'a compound flaid Extract of "=.
JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE. t B-icon Ad lifl. Goldsmith, I Irvii,,K. Scott' II Unvl.iii'd Black and Fancy Doeskin and Casaimere -- --- --------- Jan 5, 1851GmTurpenUn
India Rubber
I April 18.:'67. 166wNotice. Dickens; Irvine's: Life of Wu'hir ll'o S|',\k'Va5;,- hmf", Packing. Lumber.WE .
in ton and lleadlvy'sVasWngton; Cliaiiib-r8' ilis- I Be.-t (:nndinc, Barathea. Satin and Cloth Vt'8t"l ENDI A Rubber Packing of nil thicknesses from 3- 1 have bend Fiver Farm for Sale.
Six
hundred
ctllaneatisVshiiigi.! f. in Iu volumes. liriry .tyll'; Fancyr.lvet, Cas,imire, Silk and Caabmere do.. I 16 to J inch const.intly; on hand at D. LADD. on Tbousan
feet ofgnod StA'OMD LtTMBtB of discription. Sale about eleven hundred of land to-
Chamber's Cjcl.'p'di\ AmericHii Litciature. in 2 I White Silk do.. Newport. Ott.Insolvent. 13. 18:(. 42 every FOR acres
OIX Months after tate, the undersigned administr.it volumes, jiift isiiie-l. contiiioin nn account of the Guiti Shawl Dre!!inij R
t>r (.f the estate e.f Lewis M. S.iuiidws.! deasetI. littTiiture: (if<'ur couiitiy fmm' its tlioaviry to the C>!ton mid Merino. Under shirt, Estate Notice.STATE wishing Lumber can address us at CentreTille.Bills trill be sold at A b.inrain. inquire of

late of Le.n c'uuty, will made Lie fii.al xhibit t. sent rfav. with a Memoir of the Authors and ('X'ri pie-<:t3from Cauto Flannel and Jeans, Diawvrs., sawed at short notice. JOHN RHODES or A. P.PULLET.Wakuhhis .
the Ju of Probite of s.-iid OF FLORIDA. ) A. R. COMBS 4 CO. Oct-I 4 1 *. 40'
jge o anty. and ask t<> l>edischanred. The best book of the kind Fla. their .
writing extant.
-A LSO-
JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE Adrut'r1. JEFFEKSON COUNTY f Sept. 27. 1856. 89
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AI-I& 18.57. 16-6m Simm's Btirder Stories and Revolutionary Romances A cenernl aovutment of Fancy nnd Black Silk and "'XT 1. IL ANDREWS sheriff and admitistratr-r Walter Gwynn

in set ; Stnlcsm. n', Manual. ; Hicti'ry of the Sutin Stocks, Tis Biid Cmvat.. Collars colored and f f ex officio, of the estate of David WiK.lf.: late of Shoes Kerseys, Linscys and Blan. ,

For Hire. Republic; .Vrbster's and Cn'ihuucfVork',, complete, white Kid and Silk Gloves. Buck nnd Lisle Thread Jefferson, un'y. deceased, has filed! in the Probate kets. OFFERS his services to persons wishing to Land lilt
10.. Lndica Gauntlet) Linen Can.brie nnd of Jeff the U.S. Land Office by locating
: ofBce written
LIKELY! W in voliimea. superior -r*n cOlInl a angesth.i. that
A young ox.\lIr. arrostotned to house Silk Handkerchief. BroWn ansi Cotton.. LH!.- of 10 000 YARDS wfc-'f-o. Warrants or otberriee. He will also girt prompt
and Letter Fancy he lirves the estate D.tvid Woolfe insolvent
Blank Books Lepnl
,
work. A gixvl t ck, washer nnJ Iror.er. Apply I Stationery Cap. Plains. him
attention t as
Thread and Marino Hose & ., &c. is may
$ CALL AND notice all
Gold and Steel Pens with and Thort-upon given to having
1>. BaAILSFOltD and Account Paper perron
to MAXWELL ; l.OoU yardsVot l and Cotton and Wool Unsays, in either! of be other offices in the Capitol. CbarfM
." at D. C. Wiiso.Na Store.Aprfln67. without handles; Envelopes! fancy nnd plain! ; Vi.-it- BUY. claims agimt: said estate to appear and file the same 1.000 pair Jer..y mixed nnd white Blankets, will b?rel1&ooa bIll'.ciHrresponding to terrkes onoed.
october 18. 1856. 42 the of Piobate, of per
with I
Judge before
and PlavinCard* Ledgers Journal, D.iyB Slit county on or
16-tf ing ; i nll
1,00fl pairs set rftjtalill. fwill *fl1
Being Deputy in the Stale Land 0f .. M
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and
; naburgs such like articles -
make no charge for businew in.that Departooot
FALL MILLINERY IH a rata ditributi of the funds brlomring to
ustiiilly found in our 1.l1plnf'III.lTllf. p'o
-Ii otice..rKl fut Plantation use, in '
any quantity by May 1 7.1 558. -
___-. H). 48 Aicl/UUJALL & nOBBY.Fairbank's s-tid eutate. amongst the Creditors thereof: at which KMj
,- 'Ie i uiiuprevent my final nckJ "/,RS. :E DAVIS has opened and will he re .I time 'he said WiKi.ini II. Andrews will apply 1 f r his D.LADD. S
counts ,nd vouchers to the Hon. ; Newport. Oct: 18. 1856. '
of 43
Probate 1VJL
Jtffeison Judge Perry cmiti!?. i bv expresn. throughout the season, ihe final discharge frotn the adniiniftration cf said rstatu. 1 Notice
tor county as admini trator of the estate of
litest and most fashionable of
A)I*' B- Lord. late of said county,deceased aud ask on the OiA knee River near the 0or- styles THOMAS J. CHACE. LIME. SIX months after daU-the undersf gaed wilt prtssot

for:a discharge (rum said a4rniiiitntrbi1.WM. SITUATED : rJy kmWrits March 7, 57. 10-9m. 1 CBBLS.Lime.. fresh and in good order,jutt afa1
11. LORD AdmtV.Notice. now chartered and well established ; and having n Ribbons. Flower and Feathers; also a rich selection lUy lauded and f.r sal* by for the county Gadsden and ask for '
Apsn JJt7. Um new nnd excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wide! and fifty/ of Dm Trimmine, with! a variety of Preps and MeNAUGHT. settl. ent"and discharge from the. administratorAlP

fet Iou,;being. competently And constantly attemled Cloak PiitternK. Bonnets. Drwp Cloaks, ITeailDrfsses. Notice.SIX November *. 1866. 45 ORMOND & CO. of the estate of Wm. P. Larkioa. late ef sai4 ewiotf

the undersigned would) respectfully inform all *ho &1". made to onler. B nnrts blenched pressed month after date, 1 will present to the Hon deceased. THOMAS' H.SCOTT. AdtotY.'

wish to cross the River that th y can cross at Fwir- ami. .haws altered. Orilrt from the country Court of Leon county,'my accounts and Jan.!.*''. 4en .
veeka after date I shall) apply to the Hon bank's' at nil times with and and filled Notice. ---
SIX Ferry ease safety whether faithfully promptly The ladies of Tallv vouchers as Aditinlstratoroftbe! estate: of M lthw
-e of Probate,M Leon ccusty, for letters Of.dminlit.rntiuD the. water ia high or low. hawM'e nnd vicinity are wiliciteil to call and examine .1. Alien deceased, and at the same time apply for a ALL persona having demands against the estate of Executor's Notice..

onlb*estate. *of'Jackson J. Smith late HARRISON FAIRBANK. nf the house kiwvn ns Mrs. Girard", opposite the final discharge from the fuithr administration of said Whitaker deceased) late of Lron connty. -
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of Mid county deceased LEVI BOLE. Jan. ',('. 8'' Epi.u'opal| Church Monroe street. estate. R. G. ALLEN. are tUiedto pre.emittbem to tlie' undersigned SIX nwHithsVfter date r shall prtsent LIY61III 1

L&rcb2I.57.. 12-4w Nov. 1 41Notice. Feb. 14, 87. 16mAdministrator's adminintratrix within tbe tim prescribed law, or and rouohers to theH ble JDJi fIf

Notice.SIX : they will,be,barred; and all indebted are, requestedto Probete for Jefbrsoo. County.u .extcotacof JibS
Boots and Shoes. Notice. make. payment immediatelr.,. Jibn.on.late of sail County deceased sect ask fc<'
weks after the
dte
undersigned will apply SARAH 'WklTAKEB. Admtx. dwuI *oft,and dischartte a* such eutDr.
MESS, Wom na'and kadtR Claldrens. A band- the U assortment. per Mysti. letters admuUtration on the estate of Adam dram- the Hon.Judge of Probnte of Leon
of Gadsdvn mhl
and f. sale county bale.Court ( !. my account anj November ::. 1 856. ro-47
March. by McBTAUOHT OBMOND & CO. ling deceased late of said coucty. for her dower in the personal estate'of the late Bouchers aa administrator de bonla non of (lie .state Jrotice.AT..t -
47. 21Coftee.
.21. ; A. P. ORAMLINO. Fletcher Whitaker deeewed. James Poindeztrr. deceased and at tIle same time -.Cfrulai.S
:
March 28"'. 13-4w SARAH WHITAKER? apply for n discharge from the further administration persona baring demands against the esLnta of ,

April, 18S7. .. 4w-14 of said estate. HUDSON MUSE. ., 'BurpdtH-f,deceased late of Leon county TATZLCH A GRIFFITHS; and',BOS ICucorSawrun4to54jpesessI )<

SACKS.Prime Rio,5 do. JUararaib*, I In Leon Circuit Court. Quincy Jan. 17, '57. 8-6m are hereby notified to present them l. the imdersign- -'_
20 Landiaj from Brodie.; and for nle bf Daniel IL Notice. ed administrator de bonis noo within the time prescribed ',atan.lyl. sale.at a. ,cojuuisskaj 'eo ID..,
nd
James'
'' Granger by lAw or they will be barred and all those priees.by ,nUDD.Ne..port.
McITAUGHT ;
ORMOND & CO. Notice.
B. Gamble late weeks after date I shall S
to the
MJeb21.5. 12 partners I n at' d't. SIX apply Hon. indebted are requested to make payment rramediats- Pe mber.> trading Ac & of Probate of Leon enmity"for letters .
u'Granger. Burn ; fo $ 1". of persons having demands against the estate of 7., Jit
*" tworo ALL :
Gamble; administration io the estate of Jackson J. Smith de-1 Botolo, deceased late of Leon JOHN D. bobii
RFJOHERT
county admtV.ds
.: 17. 1600. '
Damages BVO. ;
Ironandflow'Steel. i..: ,ceased late nf aid The .Floriditn *'JoonaiIs
county are notified to present them to the undersigned ad 1I0nti eU,Yarch U, '6'7., ll Sir .
Thomas P. Randolph: April. 1857., 6w-14' JOHN CASON. miuistrator within"the time. prescribed law S
'by
Bat Irp or
Jincb to 8 t.,' p.bUlW'.nij'S.\UU .', by
SWEDES..dHj TUB Defendant,and all other, persons interested they will be tarred ; and those indebted are requested Diaaolation of \
paodiran Bod .' berdbr notified of the.{ostitatbn of tiw above U.. S. ,Marshal's Sale. to make Co-Partnerahlp. JON5S"Em ;'
.P .8Uet'T.,8.. t tad io lnbs. j aymeut immediately. partamhfn' heretofore Utw JAMES. 8. --. . 1Tet"
suit exkting "
attaebtneot John
by ,and and '
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to
are 'required R. SHINE THE
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appear .fedmtY.
A3et0c1cLIkwpa J Mrstlc' ;and .for sale by plead tu the declaration filed therein.- BY virtue nift fi. issued from the U:S. Court March 21. '67. 1:1-8.- dome awl Robert eir In the "f bIo,it*. At Two Ut ,fa id.i.

'Ir.. .A.UG1lT.,01UOND. co. COUNCILCIS ;,1JRYAN.Ol"k." )r the Northern District of FItrkLt1Jtrf'ln Al.Jen. .' rag and ssllinj cotton business. this daY d.M4T d, .
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) ,2' ., y, :i1t. 'i14.1U'r.. .- : ': ,i44nT. -..._ McLean' &Bulkley are plaintiffs and Isaac Town.' -I- Notice by mutual egoseot BROOME" BElLS i OP ADVERTISING,
tefkj Is TcA-ndnnf;I have If vied open and shall ex. August 14 1858. 23 '" OM l1iaar.-oIff1i 't.iif' 11.01).
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Gint1eiefl'IPurnighbk Rtjce. poe for sale.V'1' ** the Court Hous. door in Monti- ALL persona having'demands against the estate of e II II uGh....._. '.\00..ie.rrofeuloiaiJ ,

; : >. .. ... I .. cello on the first Monday in May"1857. bo'ween the ..ristopt t o.Kyle, _
Months afterdsUj I tball preifet my final A imnal hours nf sale' ,the following. lands,to wit: South county, are'ht-reby 'initlfied to pI ienLthsiarno to the .'Dna" .L :. : S S

;1EN'tj.da O.tou and rcacbr ,ttH. Hoa. Judge of. pro half of 8. E. J.;and 8.:B.4 of S. W.J of section 8.in undersigned admniUtrtttor witliiii the time prescribed HEIR fjA.lrir P.cOLnmv' ,lids 'Adnft'MmtDta 1i''iI $ .w1l

b t.aIJ.rvtila 4 t'at Ueutor'oftb tIIlei of T. 1, R. 5, S..and &, cuntaioiojj 120 -acres more or by law, or this notice will be.,plead in bar thereof; ROBERT tb. Vo iuisof.weighing ; hzertkinl wi1 k. 1bT.
jicxvpartnmhrp in.
Robtlt .l Ja&t C >.ioo I>4 .. ..' 1 ask fuv.s thIfM14eUtaMdp. and to be sol4toubafyuld) wnt aecordlrtt to law.T .. to make psymeot. lnm dlatJr.) v > :liberal adriBOMoa .G- .:
cott'ei.at Cfrti4.ti ".
< i : to tu care -t
., : _. 4 ,.,_ ... rDJonJsoNr.fl.4 ,. ;
J-i. 7.i" v.1l.&id ,-, 1' rta eash., E. E. BLACKBURN WLLKYLZ Admt".. -- -" .P fI .
.. d5 ::5 HEIR COLES. .. :
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1Se k .
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.- tJ "I'1.'I' .tl > .,
'U' .M .
,'4.'Jt" I m J.te rob 3887s
ll'1 '.: ; I' S April! 4; 1867. lir-U Umral 5 "I$4w OcMtUr'lI5f: "' II plfd'. -. 1L _

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