The Floridian & journal
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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: May 2, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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JJwfcssioiml (arbs. BY AUTHORITY.. tember, eighteen hundred anti! thirty se-en, ary, eighteen hundred and fifty five, ten. thousand co, and in making to the Indians in said Territory lug herein contained, shall :.b* cous.troed-

=. ., fifteen thousand dollars. dollars. presents'of goods, agricultural .imple- bind the United States to make payment of(

E. BARNARD Jr. LAWS For the last of twenty instalments in goods, Fur second of five instalments for pay of ments, and Other useful article, and in assisting said claims. -
OF THE UNITED STATES. per second article treaty twenty ninth Sep physician, teacher, blacksmith, and fanner, them to locate in permanent abodes, Sec. 7. And b. it farther enacted, That

, WILL COyriNCE THE tember, eighteen hundred and thirty seven, l per third article treaty tenth January, eigh- and sustain themselves by the pursuits of the Secretary of the Interior b and be it

DRUG' & MEDICINE I BUSINESS 1 ten thousand dollars. teen hundred and fifty five, two thousand two civilized life, to be expended under the direction hereby authorized and ,directed to pay the
i Jjp AT THE OLB BTAND, SIGN .41 [COVCLVDED:] For the last of twenty instalments for the hundred and sixty! dollar; of tho Secretary ottbe Interior, forty amount of sixteen! tbontlnd and twenty (out

CHAT.for the CXXVIII.Current-and An Act making Appropriations purchase of medicines, agricultural implements Utahs. -.For fulfilling treaty stipulations seven! thousand five hundred dollars. dollars and eighty cents, the unclaimedbI-. .

"r'>r THE Ii ilOBTAB, Indian Department, Contingent and for fulfilling Expenses Treaty of Stipulations the and for tho support of farmer, physician with the Utflhs. pursuant to the requirementsoi For the general incidental expenses of the anee of the Choctaw orphan fond, arWDa \
-with various Indian THbes, for Ole rear and blacksmith! per second article! trea. eighth article treaty thirtieth December, Indian service in California, embracing expenses from sales of lands under the nineteenth .. '
ending June thirtieth;one thousand eight hundred ty twenty ninth September, eighteen hundredand eighteen hundred and forty nine, five thousand of travel of the superintendent and a- cle of the treaty eighteen hundred and tbir:
Corner of Clinton and Monroe sUtats,Tallahassee.Jnuuary and fiftyseven.For thirty seven, eight thousand two hundredand : dollars. .
S gents and necessary 8ubsislenc .of employes, ly to tho Choctaw national authorities, to'
19,1856. second of.fifteen instalments for pay fifty dollars. Winnebagoes.-For twenty eighth of thirty twenty seven thousand eight hunJred and aid in the establishment of orphan 'schools,

C oPartnershipNotice.TIlE I of teacher and purchase of books and stationery For the last of twenty instalments fcr pro- instalments as annuity in specie, per second fifty dollars. and ylurns in that nation, on condition,

; undersigned: have this day entered into a co- j per fifth article treaty eighteenth November visions, per second article treaty twenty ninth article treaty first August eighteen hundred For the pay of physicians, smiths, carpen. nevertheless, that said nation shall refund at-

nLip in theWHOLESALE 1" ,eighteen hundred and fitly four, one September, eighteen hundred,, and thirty seven, and twenty nine, eighteen thousand dollar. ters, and laborers on the reservations in Cal any time, on the demand of the. Secretary of

I & RETAIL thousand two hundred dollars gve thousand five hundred dollars. ifornia, eighty two thousand five hundied the Interior, such ,amount as may beveceasa-

D .SU8cN"ESS, Rogue Rivers.-For third of sixteen instal For sixth of fifty instalments of interest at For twenty fifth of twenty seven instal- dollars. ry to pay any claimant, his heirs or assigns,

ruder the nnrne and style of ments in blankets,. clothing, fanning uniensil, five per centum on one million three hundredand I ments as annuity in specie, por third article For defraying the expenses of the removal who may hereafter claim and establish a

AMES&LIVELY..kjTIIEY and stock, per third'article treaty tenth Sep.: sixty thousand dollars, per fouilh article I (treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundredand I and subsistence of Indians of California to right to the same to the. satisfaction of the

tembor, eighteen hundred nnd fifty three two twenty third July, eighteen hundredand thirty two, ten thousand dollars. l he reservations in that State, ninety cne said Secretary. .
mil be thousand and five hundred dollars.: fifty one, sixty eight thousand dollars. For .mity eighth of thirty instalments thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. Approved, August 18, 1856. .
pleased to set their friejdsr1' ; .
For sixth of fifty instalments of interest for fifty barrels: ofeaH second article
ami) patron at the old stand or D.II Amt Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi.-For per. per For the general incidental expenses of the
lijSEi'f- vhepe they trill leep a full nnd gt'neraiI manent :annuity in gods.or otherwise, per five per centum on one hundred and twelve treity first August, eighteen! hun-Jred and Indianservicein the Territory of Washington Ciur. CXXIX.-An Act making-Apprcpriitlom for
I Saji[ as2!tinent of Articles appertaining to their third article' treaty third November, eighteen thousand dollars, being the amount in lieu of twenty nine, two hundred and fifty dollars. thirty thousand dollars. I certain Civil Expenses of the Government for the .

iertbCM D. IL AMES, hundred and four, one thousand dollars. the reservations set apart in the third articleof For twenty eighth of thirty instalments for For the expenses of adjusting difficultiesand I YeAr red and ending the thirtieth of Jane, eighteen baa .

11.1 LIVELY. For twenty-fifth of thirty instalments as an- Senate's amendment of twenty third June, three thoussnd pounds of tobacco, per second preventing outbreaks in tho Territory of enacted fifty-seven. .
Jsnuarv 1.1858. Be it : by the Senate and HolIlG of
nuity in specie, per third article trenty-first eighteen hundred and fifty two, to treaty article treaty first August, eighteen hun Washington, ten thdnsand dollar
-- NASH & CO September, eighteen hundred and thil tv.two. twenty third July, eighteen hundred and fifty dred and twenty nine six hundred dol For the general incidental expense? of the Representatives of the United States of A-.
MILES merica in Congress assembledThat tho following
five thousand six hundred dollars. lars.
twenty thousand dollars. one (Indian i service in the Territory of Oregon,
DEALERS ic For twenty-fifth of thirty instalments for For sixth of fifty instalments of interest at I I For twenty fifth of twenty seven instal including Insurance and transportation of annuities sum be, and the same are hereby appropriated
fourth article five per centum on one million one hundred i I ments for one thousand fire hundred pounds j thousand: dollars. forthe objects hereafter expressed
gunsmith, per treaty twenty-first thirty
r DREGS, PAWT8gEWCINES September, eighteen hundred and thirty two, :i and sixty thousand dollars, per fourth article :: of tobacco, per fifth article treaty fifteenth j For adjusting difficulties and preventing for thd fiscal year ending the thirtieth of Jane,

1:1. 04LS six hundred dollars. treaty fifth August, eighteen hundred and I I I September, eighteen hundred aud thirty two, j: outbreaks among the Indians in the Territory one thousand eight hdndred and fifty seven// .
I fifty one, fifty eight thousand dollars. three hundred dollars. j viz :: .
For twenty-fifth of thirty instalments for i of Oregon, ten thousand dollars.
! TTTOUID inform their friends and the public.thi steel, for shop, per fourth article treaty twen For sixth of fifty instalments of interest at j For twenty eighth of thirty instalments! j! To enable the Secretary of the Interior to I Atlantic Survey and of the Gulf Coast coast of For the survey States ofth*
: \T they. fcsve on Land a good asoitmentofiuetriclf eighteen hundred and thir. five per centm on sixty nine thousand dollars, for three smiths an 1 assistant, per third ari i ,
ty-first I settle and the awards of commissioners
ther: line of business I pay (including compensation to superintendent
e ns are gra-erallv 1 kept in nundred and dollars. beinn the amount allowed in lieu of the; res- tide treaty first August; eighteen hundred '
S and will be receiving regularly fresh supplier Theu ty-two, two twenty lands !' for reservations, preemptions, and for rents and assistants, and excluding nnd etno*
of ervation of set aparl by the third article and twenty nine, two thousa one hurJdred pay
tcmll shall be re!onable.Tkllaias&ee. For twenty-fifth thiity instalments for and improvements, under the twelfth, thirteenth luments of officers of the *na! navy and
Senate's amendment of June and dollars. army
sixty 'I
April 9 ti 1853' 14. blacksmith and assistant, shop and tools, per twenty-third | I and sixteenth articles of the Cherokee I
officers and the
" hundred and two fifth For of } instalments for petty ; m.o .naVy employed
fourth article eighteen fifty to treaty j twenty eighth I thirty
treaty twenty-first September, I of ninth December, eighteen
I tieaty twenty on the wdrk,) two hundred and fifty thousand
HIGH A. CORLEY, eighteen hundred and thirty two, eight hundred August, eighteen hundred and fifty one, three I iron and steel for shop, per third article treaty .. hundred and thirty five five thousand seven dollars.
and forty dollars. thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. I first August, vighteen hundred and twenty I: hundred and twenty tour dollars and thirtysix
at law For continuing tfte of the western '
For fifth of instalments for Stoc.kbridges and Munsees.-For expenses nine, six hundred and sixty dollars. survey
twenty thirty cents.
second and fourth abides .I For of thirty instalments for coast of the United States, one hundred and
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. for improvements per twenty eighth .
steel fourth
iron and shop, per article I .
of the of fith I laborer and third article first For purchase of stock and agricultural implements thirty thousand dollars.
treaty February, eighteen oxen, per treaty
Jacuary 17.1S57. 8-ly treaty tw nty first September, eighteen hun I for the Great and Little Osages, For continuing the of the Florida
hundred and six thousand I hundred and survey
fifty fcrty one ono August, eighteen twenty nine,
Dr. Miles H. Nash I dred and thirty two, two huadre and twenty hundred dollars. ; three hundred arid sixty five dollars. per fourth clause of the second article of the reefs and keys, (excluding pay and .emoloSmenta
dollars. I treaty eleventh January, eighteen hundred of officers of the and and
For expenses of their removal the land i For twenty fifth of twenty seven instal army navy
. raOFEPSlOXAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZEX8 OrlALLAHASStS j For twenty fith of thirty instalments for
OJTEtB BIS aid nine fifteen thousand dollars. officers and of the
. thirty men
the petty employed
them for education fourth navy
granted by provisions of the second ments per article treaty
AND fiLTLROntDIKGCOCNTRT. for barrels of sat and forty kegs of tobacco I
Dr. M. JTash.immediatelj eaatof the I forty fourth article\ and and fifth articles of the treaty of fifth fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and For liquidated balance foun:due tho Creek on the work,) forty thousand dollars. .
OFFICEl'itb I per hundred treaty and twi-nty-first February, eighteen hundred and fifty six, two i thirty two, three thousand dollars. Indians for losses sustained during the last For running a line to connect the triangulation -
thirty two,
May 19 le:5. 20MEDICAL September thousand five hundred and seventy five dol. For twenty fifth of twenty seven instal war with Great Britain, by that portion of on the Atlantic coast, with that on the

frOTJCJ2. I I one For thousand.dollars.interest en tVrp i hundred thousand dollars lars ; and the amount now in the! tionsury appropriated ments for six agricultuiis's, purchase of oxen !i the trib. that was friendly to and cooperated Gulf of Mexico, across tho Florida peninsula
I by acts of third ).March eighteen I ploughs and dther implements, per fifth aiti- with the United Suites, to be paid to those fifteen thousand doUars.For
I at five per centum, per second article hundred and nine and fir.t cle inrtiuduals) living, and the l"gal publishing the observations made In
fifteenth now
BURROUGHS first October, ehteen hundred forty thirty July, i tieaty September, eighteen hun i ( representatives ;
DR. treaty twenty I eighteen hundred and fifty four, for the removal i dred und thirty two, two thousand five hundred of those deceased, who are entiiled to the progress of the surrey of the coast of the 1
located iu Tallabassee offera hia and thirty seven, ten dollars.For I receive the the amount to be refunded united Slat!1f f fiffoftn thnusjtnrl ,?nil am I
TTAVING pro- of the Stockbridges, shall! also be apl'JicnI I dollars. i same, -
JLJL fertional 8en'iCtillo the public. Office opposite I interest on eight hundred thousand: hIe to the expenses of the removal pio\ided) ; For twenty fifth of twenty seven instalments I to the United States when iccovered frem the I, For repairs; and; i alternations l of tamer; I I'I

Dr. BanunT J rllg Stoic. I It dollars at .five per centum, per second article in the treaty aforesaid. for the pay of two pla'y icials'p r tilth late Creek agent, Philiy II. Ualford: or his Hctzel" and Vixen, and of sailing vessels I,
Dec. 20, ISJo. 51-Gm eleventh October, eighteen hundred
jI I j and treaty two, forty thousand dollars. For payment lor improvements on lands I ai tide treaty fifteenth September, eighteen sureties, eighteen hundred and eighty four employed in the coast survey, fifteen thoasand

Dr. N. G. MCDONALD fortp ceded l by the first article of tIll: treaty of fifth i hundred and thirty two, four hundred dollar. dollars. dollars.
i ic Sacs and Foxes of Missouri.-For intereston
For fuel and and for
eighteen hundred and six : .*. I quarters, mileage and l
MOXTICELI.O FLA. : hundred and fifty seven thousand, four February fifty For the reapprepiulicn of this amount for
one per fifteenth aiticle of said treat ; five thousand For Interest un one million one hundred i the of revising, preparingii printing transportation for officers'-and enlisted soldiers
TILL attend with assIJuou: care ail ctsti en-I hundred dollars at five per centum, under the l'Xpt'l1\f'S of the ia the
/ serving coast
: dollars. thousand dollars, atfive entum, fourth code of for the Indian army survey
, T treetet to bun direction of the President, second article j per< per a new regulations
t Office adjoining that of Cot] Dilworth. I, first October per, eighteen hundred For purchase of stock and necessaiies, article treaty first November, eighteen hun I Deputment, in connection with all laws in cases no longer provided by the quater.master's .
March 22, 1555. 12-ly treaty twenty thousand hun- and to settle (their affairs to be expended Under Ii dred and thiity! seven, fifty five thousand and portions of Iv.vs in force in relation to department ten thousand dollars.
and tbirty.en, seven eight
the direction of the Secretary of the Interior ; dollars Indian aff.iirs, duties', and responsibilities ofsuperzuendeuts I For the discharge of such miscellaneous
t R. H. BERRY hundred and seventy instalment dollars. in conformity with the amendment of i For tenth of thirty instalments of intereston : and agents, and disbursing claims not otherwise provided for, as shall be
For the third forty eight
upon the second article of five thousand dollars five admitted in due course of settlement at thotreas.iry .
I the Senate to treaty i eighty at per and accounting for public' tuo thousand
eecond article
thousand treaty
Auctioneer and Commission per of fifth! hundred and centum, fourth article thirteenth five thousand Collars : Provided
hundied r.id February eighteen fifty : per treaty dollars. Provided, that: the! Secretary
MERCHANT.TALLAHASSEE eighteenth thousand May, eighteen dolars.Seneca.For flfl.1 six. eighteen lion Rud dollars. I October, eighteen hundred and forty six, of the Interior, out of said MIDI, may allow a That no part of this appropria: o.f1\shall be

FJa., Stft.29, :@55. 29 four, ten permanehl annuity in For the expenses of the survey and allot- ; four thousand two hundred and fifty dol- reasonable compensation to any clerk or drawn from the treasury except in pursuance t
spe. of land third article of the tars of some law or resolution of Congress auth
I ment per treatyof : officers he may designate to prepare the compilation
JOHN R. LLOYD cie, per fourth article treaty twenty-ninth Sep hundred second of three in [orjizing] the expenditure.To ,
hundred and and seventeen, fifth February, tig'.teen and fifty I Wyandots. r equal for actual services rendered in that I
o't1.on.eer tember, eighteen dollars. six, seventeen hund-ed dollars ; and the sum stalments upon three hundred and eighty duty at *ucb times as will not interfere with supply the deficiency.in He land for

five hundred in fourth of two thousand dollars now in the treasiuy, i thousand dollars, in lieu of former annuities j I the piuper discharge of the regular duties of t the relief of sick end disabled seamen, two
AND For permaheBt annuity specie, per tie! act of third March and claims sixth article i hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
appropriated by eighteen I per treaty thiity their respective stations. I
article treaty eighteenhundred hundred and nine the first hundred and II S Light House Establishment-For supply
COMMISSION MERCHANT forty as first in January eighteen fifty five
and eighteen, five hundred dollars. For rayment ofinterestto the children of
five hundred and eleven hOllies t
stalment to sachems and chiefs amendment I one hundred and six thousand six ing light and
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. For blacksmith and assistant, shop and per twenty I John Connolly, deceased, on the sum of two beacon with oil gfilsV
of the Senate to'ho of hundred and sixty six sand lights chimneys, wicks
treaty twenty sixty seven j
Jul, 19. 1856. 29-1 y tools, and iron and steel during the pleasureof I November hundred cents. hundred dollars, secured to said John Con- ., chanoisskins polishing p'( der. whiting and
fourth eighteen and
forty j
President fourth article treaty twen- I nolly, deceased, by the fifth article of the
the materials
per cleaning and other
eight, and now relinquished by the firrt arti- Miscellaneous.-For carrying into effect I[ transportation
S. S. KNIGHT eighteen hundred and treaty nf twenty eight September,. eighteen
ty eighth February cli of the treaty of fifth February, eighteen ; the object of the act March third, eighteen I hundred and necessary expenses of the same, repairingand
thousand and dollars. thirty six, with ,the Sacs and
thirty onE', one shall also I hundred and keeping in repair the. lighting apparatus,
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT hundred and fifty six. be applied! nineteen, making provision | of
miller during the pleasure of the Presi. Foxes Mississippi, such sum of as
For for the expenses of said survey and allot. : for the civilization of the Indian tribes, the money two hundred and ninety three thousand three
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. dent fourth artjcle treaty twenty eighth may be necessary, is hereby appropiiated. hundred and dollars and .
per; ment. I I sfltrf of five thousand 'dollars, in addition to II fifty seven fifty.fiv
September 1, 865, ,06 eighteen hundred and thirty +' For surveying the boundaries .
February, onQ expenses cents.
For expenses of the examination and ad- the sum pecified in said act, to be expendedin '
six hundred dollars. of Indian reservations, and of surveying, al. For repairs and incidental
WILLIAM SCOTT juslment, by direction c'fthe Secretary of j the manner provided in said act. expenses Befitting
Senecas of New York.-For permanent annuity For and fatting and defining Indian reserves and half and improvements of all the light houses _
the Jnkrioroflots alloted to the Stock bridges | surveying marking the boundaries -
AYTOIMIY AT LAW, in lieu of interest on stock, per act of under the act of third March, eighteen hundred [ of the Choctaw and Chickjsa\v countries, j jn breed lands, and for other incidental expenses, and buildings connected therewith, one hun

MONTICELLO, FLA. nineteenth February, eighteen hundred and and forty three thirteenth article of : pursuance of the provisions of the nine II of carrying into effect the treaties with! the dred and seven three* thoasand two hundred
six thousand dollars. per I Indian tribes in Michigan, and with the Chippewa and nino dollars and
Jut -
thirty-one eighty
30,1853. SO tljantiCHAED twenty one
the treaty of fifth February, eighteen hundredand teenth article of the treaty of twenty second | '
interest in Jieu of investment, Indians of the and of Lake
For on seventy Mississippi cents.
six hundred and dollars June, anno Domini, eighteen! hundred and
nfly seven fifty : j'
... ,T... .BIfcCHETT.- rJ".r CHAKLEB W.DOWSING__ five thousand dollars at five per centum, Provided, That no part of the appropriations fifty five, and for cdmpleting the surd I Superior, so far- a* any of the said treaties For salaries of five hundred and forty three
BIRCEETT &DOWSING of seventh June, eighteen hun. proviJo for the or allotment of lands, of houses end beacons and .
: per act twenty for the Stockbridges and ,Munees shall' be j the Creek boimdjr}', ten thousand dollars. survey keepers light .light _
.' ITTOENEVS AT LAW I AGENTS FOR CLUB dred and forty six, three thousand.seven hun expended until the assent ot said Indians to I To enable the Secretary of the Interior to or set apart reservations for the tribes or their assistants, and including ono thousandtwo

!\o. 490, Seventh ftreef, dred ond filly dollars. the Senate amendments to Said treaty shall prevent trespasses and depredations by Indians bands, five thousand dollars. hundred dollars"! for salary of superintendent :
WASHINGTON CITY. For interest at five per centum, on forty first be obtained. l separated from their respective tribes, SEC. 2. And bo it further enacted, That of supplies on the upper lakes two hun
three thousand and fifty dollars, transferred I I if who has been removed from the dred and eighteen thousand four hundred dol!. i
WILL. practice before the Court of Claims,and Treaty of f Fort Lnramie.-For sixth of ten j within the States and Territories and to remove any person .
: claim before Congreti aDd tit ierertl from Ontario Bank to the United States treasury instalments Indian country under.ike provisions of the lars. -" f
m.prouion8. and merchandise, nnd settle them within the Indian country
Department per act of twenty seventh June, eighteen for of annuities and five thousand doJ1 rs. tenth section of the act of Congres*, approved For salaries of fifty one .keepers of light 1/
July 26. 18:;5. !0 hundred and forty six, two thousand one hun payment transportation the thirtieth of June vessels nine thousandand dollars.
eighteen hundred and twenty fifty -
of tile nme.to certain tribes of Indians, per For the completion and construction of a I
A. PERRY AMAKER, dred and fifty two dollars and fifty cents. seventh article: treaty seventeenth September, map of the Indian tcnitoriea within the Uni. thirty four, entitled An act to regulate trade .

Seneca and Shawnees.-For permanent eighteen hundred and fifty one, and Senate'samendment ted States for ,the use of the Committee on and intercourse with the Indian tiib(?s, and For seamen's wages, repairs supplies and
ATT8RIEY AT LAW annuity in specie, per fourth article treaty thereto, thousand dol- Indian Affairs of the Senate and House of presence peace on the frontiers," shall there incidental expenses of fifty one light vessels
TALLAHASSEE.FLA. seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and lars. Representatives and of the office of Indian after at any time return or be found within one hundred and ninety four thousand six I

_Hay 21. 18S3._to_ eighteen one thousand dollars. Umpquas (Cow Creek Band.-For) third Affairs, two thousand dollars. the Indian Territory, s-ich offender shall for- hundred and thirty dollars.,
For blacksmith and assistant shop and eit and the sum of one thousand dol- For of.raising, cleaning, painting
of instalments in blankets, clothing, For payment to Ann Hyatt for balance of pay expenses
EDWAED 51. tools and iron and steel for shop, during the twenty and stack, third article unadjudlcated claim for an improvement under lars. repairing, remooring and supplying Joasaa, _
Attorney ,and Counsellor Law, pleasure of the President, per fourth article nineteenth September,per eighteen hundred and the Cherokee treaty of eighteen hundred SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That buoys and day bacon and for chains and

treaty, twentieth of July, eighteen hundred fifty three five hundred and fifty dollars. and twenty eight, as ascertained by the report the act of the twenty seventh of February, sinkers for the sme; and for coloring* and
TALLAHASSEE. ,TLQEIDA.I .. dree and one thousand and sixty numbering all the buoys one 'hundred .and
thirty one,
: Fulfilling tbn articles of twenty ninth November of the Second Auditor, one hundred and eighteen hundred and fifty one, fixing the rate
April 6.1SM. 14F dollars. thousand two hundred and eighf
eighteen hundredand fifty four, sixteen dollars. of compensation for interpreters, as far as it seven twety
OYI> & HOLLAND, 'Sbawnees.-For permanent annuity for educational with the For compensation of three special agents, relates to California and the same is hereby dollars and seventy eight cents.

purposes, per fourth article treaty Umpquas and Calapooias, Umpqua Val. and three interpreters for the Indian tribes repealed ; hut the yearly pay of interpreters For expenses of visiting and inspecting
Attorneys at Law. third August, seventeen hundred and ninetyfive ley, OregonFor second of five instalmentsof Texas and purchase presents, fifteen in that State shall in no case exceed one lights an.d. other navigation, two
TTTILL practice in the Circuit Court of Middle and third article treaty tenth May eighteen annuity for beneficial objects, to be expended thousand dollars. thousand dollars. thousand dollars. .

cttbt IT Suu.*nd1ut Abo FIOIIdIX4 ia ttM D1atricl in the Court Supreme of the Court Unitd hundred and fifty four, one thousand as directed by the President, pet For the expenses of colonizing, supportingand SEC. 4. And be it further enacted. That For commi.on. at two and a half per

'Sutoia tbc tfoctb#ra Dutridt of Florida. dollars. third article treaty twenty ninth November, furnishing agricultural implements and t'te Secretary of the Interior be required to cent1, 0 superintendents as a anti*
R.J. FLOYD Offlct Apalaetleola, P1*. For third instalment of interest at five per eighteen hundred and fifty four three thousand stock for the Indians in Texas, seventy four pay to Spunk or Bald Frog alias _Joseph tied to the same under the proviso t t'ae
D.P.HOLLAND, OffiM Qoiaej Fla. centum on forty thousond dollars for educational dollars. thousand six hundred and fifty eight dollars Henson, the amount of four hundred dollars, of thirdJUarch, }ghteo'hondred
_Diac.ft,1U5. I 11 purpose*, per fourth article treaty third one, entitled, t An making
and appropriations
For second of ten instalments for the pay fifty cents. for his valuation of an improvement Kinder
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, August, sevteen hundred and ninety-five, and of a blacksmith and furnishing shop, per For insurance, transportation and neces- the Cherokee treaty of eighteen hundFed and fo the civil and diplomatic eapeoses of government !

third article treaty tenth May, eighteen hun- sixth article treaty twenty ninth November, sary expenses of delivery of annuities, goods, thirty five, in pursuance of'ihj gprovt'ion of for the year ending.1 thirtieth. "
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, dred and fifty four, one thousand dollars. eighteen hundred and fifty four, one thousandand and provisions to the Iridian tribes in Minnesota the twenty fourth section the *e t of March eighteen hundred an4 fifty for.othar

OSTIOELLO FLORIDA.1k7lLL For third instalment of interest at five per. nixty dollars. 4 And Wisconsin, thirty thousand dollars. three, eighteen hundred and fifty five,-making purposes" on tho amount ,that .may .b* dls- *

\ prwtictiatb Coart cf 1be HiddJi.Cir. cenpn on forty thousand dollars for education For second of fifteen instronents for the For the_ employment temporary clerks appropriations for',the, civil a'nd diplomatic bursed by them, eigbt thoasand dollars .

TT oitamlTboawa,-. Bd.Lenrnde: COUtT, 0* per third article treaty tenth May thousand, eighteen pay of a physician and purchase medicines, by.sop rhitendunt of Indian Affairs, on such expenses of the government.. '., For the coasts of California Oregon, sd '
'Web 22. 1868. J.f1 hundred and fifty four, two per sixth article treaty twefity ninth November occasions and for such periods of time as SBC. 6. And be it further qnacted. That I'WashingtoL.-Foca and o&er'sapf&ca" 1

,dollars. eighteen hundred and fifty four; ofle thou the Secretary of the Interior ay'deemnec' in Addition to the number now allowed by twenty three lights ddnning reitorlsls of aH _
LeG A GALBRAITH,. For third of eight. snnnal instalments of sand doU"rj.For essary ,to the' public service, five thou and law;the President be authorized, to appoint .kinds, &n d[ transportation, ,oi tatf 'saaaets.

.i'rOun..2'' LAw, T-A-LLflt$12 K, FI.A.MA. ,moley"i payment_ for lands hundred, per third and article second often instalments for the.pay dollars.'' i-' > ._ one Indian agent east of the Rocky Mountain < : pauses keeping.;; Uapa. :aad> .machinery. iavrepair t,

.L050 A-J.;B.ALBBA1TH bare> : themMlT 10 the t3tCUU of 1&". They four, one hundred thousand.dollars. ninth'November, eighteen but dred and fifty occupied by the office of Indian -\ffalrat.wo dred dolJara.-. changes of aids oa.lettj..
*iU attend the Ooorta b the,KWdU. Gkant,the SaC For parm& eat annuity for.educational purposes .four, six hundred dollars. thousand d hlars.*, > I Sec. & And be. it, further enacted.' That sand torn,hdndred cud, twwty, %H
ConrU aod th DUtrfctOrort pf tb*- United per fourth article treaty twenty, ninth For second of twenty instalments (or the To repay to a Choctaw Indian this amount the Secretary of the Interior be Authorized and seraaty fiv.cata.. '.* '. .* : .
'eighteen "hundred. and .seventeen, of ffTeacher and of books and stolen from him by a soldier lathe service of and t
September, pay purchase : required tocause an investigation to be, For repairs and InoJ to4v."**as' ell '
omo.9PpoIitttht.% t Q4 Boue: ,and third article treaty tenth May, eighteen stationery, per sixth Article treaty twenty the United States, forty dollars. I had of the claims for depredations by Indian twenty threethewithtwj1se4 l lights,.and'teaf* \ .
: hundred and fifty four, two thousand dollars. ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty( For.salary'of person in charge of coll o. i in*the'Territory of New.Mexieb, that" may ;: fl? .

rJ- -.-- .4Ia'. Six Nations of New' York*-For perma four, seven hundred dollars. .'tion $of statistics and,hia copyist, two thousand haTe beaD heretofore made kndf' '!led in the I au4I....I _aiYh a.._.'IiJ., ....'U.-,'; '.,, .
aii Jn: nent annuity Ia clothing and other useful ar-- Fulfilling the articles' negotiated tenth'Jan* nine hundred and thirty: dollars. Department of the Inter br"-em}:rep rf to the For"aa1&dJf( :.' ;" ,

Attei< it' fIeler. Idtt, p sixth ,Artldt:treaty. eleventh ,Nohnndred 'nary, eighteen hundred '&nd.flftj.avewitb: i '.. }'oithe, general incidental expenses,cC the .!.ext sessidn of Cobgrfca( IJ..prao I &Di"t *-.. T. ." '" '
'- iJ : _.. r: -, .'j ( ntt fl: .ndj ninety four,: ,certain bands ofCalapopias :,Indiaq:service_$in,the, Territory of Utah, and._ tti blethefa4s. ( prtft not, exdMntKiKnum. I..ro. '"_- .

,," t, arSiqiosff- .J"1. ;ember JI bu.cJg. ; : : Molala,, and :CUelunm- presents. to Indians In said :Territory' ., fort} .1Ar1y: Dum ai,. J' .'omt a 'the tttrty:,iz.. .. '@ f : .7
P" *. .', IW 1i$. foriot- .three-' -maD'; ; of WHliametU ValI.-For .second I five thousand. dollars., provisions, of;-the;:iftfereoo.*** ktf, and f.r 14r1;:-' t ,.". "... ._,. x :1 ,' "I 1. ,. .
o m*#. *_* -:- : 'i 'ho.- ,; of five instilment* of annuity fqr beneficial ,For the general Incidental expenses.'of the which in his ,opinion ladtmoity should '} "-11-; : .

.>- ." ......OtUj''.. h J5i *.oT thoMaacl. 'au.J1i n"rI & vt pa n2tam 8, objeotf, per second article treaty tenth Janu Indian service in the Territory, of New Mexi .. prtrnded by ( nieu: Prtrrided; Tnitnoth ; ren), ,

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. tT j ournitl.T which] made it impoulble for a tlave to inhale, or Lieut. M. F. Staury publishes In the. Rural New The Democrats Tennessee are'prepariag with their to enter -itAtwwotra Cnt. K. Ti ) aZir. qii ociT477.

any such purity in it, as to work the immediate Yorker, an >article recommending the growth of the approaching political canvas* ac. Ajsril Ht 1857. )J ; fl$2: Rttnat fro 1-'Bsteent
At .
--- emancipation of a person from the condition of slave Sun Flowers as a preventive to Chills and Fever.We .- eustomed zeal and determination to conquer. EThflVsits.vr. of Sw.geaisI
A i. L A n Ji dip KKK :. Convention 31 tht JS&torof' TktAslt'inAr : &s: .
i i?. We are cot sure whether he suggested, that, if copy the substance of his article, as follow their numerously attended State ,, I Fifty Nest Xill. Weetiidsd ad

t *- the sentiment was true a change must Gen. Idiom G. Harris of Shelby County, was nominated probably intelre.it tVlrl end*ofL Hblic4. Tack Ertalng port,t.A.t
quoted great
The ia
of the
dwelling Superintendent adjoining address
SATURDAY, MAT 2, 1857. and of Ing KnaJ in Vlrinia,, to W* initiatory -
... -- have takeu place in tEe climate England, because the Observatory, which ia situated on a hill]! on tie amid great enthusiasm, for Governor, of the acting Govern of the Turnery*ana The t.ausMpTennwe., Capt Fatt oa rriT,4
left 1-nnk of the Potomac its lat 48 deg., 39 his election by the people there seems tthe is mondagfrom Apinwall and San Joaa tl *
jCt.L E. E. Blackburn Jefferson has certainly slavery, and of white men too, was the nun., triumphant as there Is no report of It, I haTe hastily prepared
county 53! sec. It is ninety-four feet above the low water to be little donlt- The Nashville Union says: and Wbuanw of Mr. STAKTOS'S address toe West.' The Tennessee arrited ai Asphxwall on tii

."i* v 9 rc- ppointed U. SJ Marshal for the Northern most commdn thing in England, not a great many of ebb tide, and about four hundred yards from the This, result will occasion no surpri/e with either this ((300)sum) passenger orf the "New Lucy," on the afternoon of April 4th, .landed her puMngen. tad

IX:strict f.Florida, and F. J. Moreno, Esq., vf M nT.C hundred years before. ri ver. The pround* pertaining to it contain about 1 political friends or adversaries. The strong and trip from St. Louis to tliisv place. .Mr. STASTO?, I le fl for San Joan the same evening.

ounty, for the Southern District The decision in this case, as well as in others, seventeen store*, iisclos-ed by a 1 rick wall on the manifest expre-N-ie'n' of popular sentiment in his be- feel sure, will become popular In the Territory. He Colonel Lockridge advanced to Castillo on t&
Lord Stowell transmitted to Mr. Justice and East, South and Wot sides with n. picket fence on tho and his and 2Stl> of March with 300 men on board the Story ; -h uulf from all r rtions of the State, through is an elegant gentleman, easy-manner
Another Flrefin.ApalacIilrola.A "to his letter, after some delay, the latter sent the the Xorth.with The South wall runs along nearly parallel press, and the-recent! primary meetings of the people, winning uddresa make him a favorite at once 'withfl cott ed Nelson'aUilL and Rescue 2Mtardainthertarofth He found the enemy ),
the river, and M does tho West The eattu"with
: na'd indicated tho result that was to follow i iNo the pro-slavery or freesoiler.
dejtrijeUye; fire occurred in Apalachicola on following reply, calculated to make persons capable 1tWltftkC anul Ohioeaiunl friuei11ya row clearly strong breastw.orka, ditches,several
Co single higher eulogy could be paid him, nor stronger i Having yielded to the urgenj call of all,Mr.Stanton large eaaa
.: : : ;the 3d April, -wTuch.thc."Union Warehouse,' o reflection, pause, before they jgnorantly assail the fbyeuuwIres of some twiity year'sgrowth, scpa- evidence? of his success be given than the unanimii| i said he had'desired! to proceed to the scene of and COO men. He retreated without makfof aaav

*.rith about 2150 bales of Cotton, and sundry stoics, judgment, or impertinently denounce the character F RtC the vai1 from the river. ]n ftttEtriver, ty of sentiment sad harmony of action with which 1 1he his i labors, without'appearing before the public In tack, and destroyed all the fortifications below Cav

d ceilings aad shops; were destroyed. Loss esUfiia1 o four own tribunal:- with its marshes at the foot of the hill, encircles the has been put forward by the Democratic masrcs i ias the character of a speaker but he had.no oljecuonto tllloi abandoning nil hwpe opening the rier H,
anpreme ground* of the Gbnertntory iuf] -way round, viz: I his Jews most of those -> disbanded the two battalion of recruits and Coined
1 The"office of their choe-n candidate (or Governor. Already a : especially as present
at $2OOOOO-4nsurnce166OOO. express
SALEM, near Boston, Sept 22,1823. from S. E. by of S. to N. W. Thus another from those who were
way you perceive majority of the people of Tennessee have expressed were on their way.to Kansas, with a view to willing to go to Walker
?lie Commercial Xdecrtiitr-m partially destroyed, Tt Rl. ffon. Wtn. Lord Sto>rtll : we arc in a sort of beud'jn the vi\cr. Most t themselves in his behalf, and his nomination to-day -become residents of the Territory. He commented via Panama.On .

kppear in half sheet until the proprietor can renew r receipt of your letters Jauuary and May la former of which reached in the latter of of them, in the early bummer, are covered with a of who claim the officers and men. The sick and wounded
U. On
spring, and the latter quite recently. rank growth of grass and weeds which begin to to be the purest and most enlightened on the face I immediately sent to Puntn Arenas upon the Rescue.

he-Saeless by this conflagration. -. 1 have read with great attention your judgment in decay in August This is the commencement, too, to be at their wits' end for un available candidate of the globe. He thought he might safely assume Tlie Tennessee" brought away all who were able to
1 the slave case from the vice Admiralty Court in Antigua of the fcickly season, and a few minutes' walkabout against Mr. Harris. Gen. Haskcll seems to bo the that all good and patriotic citizens desired to gee be removes]. Cob Lockridge was np the river with
The Crops. the vhich I have the grounds of the Observatory after sunset has well those who contemplated a portion of hi* force and a Urge supply of
Upon (d1cst consideration favorite, but it has just been discovered that he is those difficulties ended, n* provis
with from
Intercourse planters adjoining been able the in been found sufficient to bring on iijon stranger nn those who red i ons. The Tennessee left lathe harbor of SJan Join
to give tubject, I'entirely concur your removed from the State and settling In the Territory, as
. .Lag'ttcquainled us with the damage to crops, during rates. Jf I had been called upon to pronounce a attack of ague and fever. The place is PO unhealthy i ineligible from having ded In thc States There might be some who would April 6, H. B. M. war steamers Orion; Cossack; A>
-' that my family arc compelled to desert jt for four or and not having, since his return, resided tile length her, Tartar, Pioneer and Intrepid.
itiolatc unprecedented spell, to an extent un- judgment in a like case, Inftonla certainly have arrived find thVir interest real or Imaginary In keeping up

ir3agr.edL We learn that in Jackson County, and at ti>f sane rcstdt, though I might not have five months in every year. Last year they broke up of time required by la V. Tlic Union, insists that the disorders of the last year, but he was sure thereat TiTXMXXT Or CAPTAIN I. W. jMTTtJtSO*

the river the cot been able to present the rearons which led to it in early May and did not return till November. the Hon. John Bell shall be the opposing Candidate, g mass would feel it to be their highest duty to The Tennessee brought 49 disabled men
.. especially on Apalachicola younjj Now.: I nm not going into a dissertation concerning ofLocknidge's
euch a striking and convincing manuer. It appears throw their influence into the scale of peace ana orL forces. Most of them
in that the issue between the two the
event parties were
ton was almost literally destroyed, and what makes l malaria or minMii, for, 1-c tin- seeds of the pc.tilencc' as sick of
that the liecirion is
the matter much worse, there is a great scarcity of to In me my native state (Mass.impregr.al) tlic state of elaery is what they may due, thos-e of these intermittent would be more complete, Mr. Bell being the head der.There was one fundamental principle which must the been army injured, but by ten the or'twelve explosion were of the of those steamer who J had
bc.4for replanting. In Gadsden' although the des- not recognized as" legal ; and yet, if a dare should are marshes supposed of thi-to 1'otomac.be iu The n great measure to the ami front of lie ant'i-Nebrnkaitcs iu Tennessee. be first admitted as indispensable to the preservation Scptt, We left three of those at the hospital at

unction was not so great, iu many localities exten- come hiff'tr and aftcrfard-t return to At* oicn Jir-me, l b le matter upon them infects the d.-eny air with of the impurities\egeta- The Mr. Zollicoffcr, one of the two Know Nothing of law and order. The authority of the Federal Staten Island, the rest came to the city,and are wall
vc thould certainty thizth (hat the local law would itaitach meml.ers Congress from Tennessee who voted Government must be acknowledged. The Territorial enough to take careof, themselves.
*:r. replanting has been g"ing on, when seed could of sonic; kind which pri'diepoe to chills and fevers
character icouldbe established law must be
upoi him: and t'at; his sen-i'.c! organization now by CoL LOckridee abandoned the San Juan river
-nch i i- the belief for the Nebraka been in the ,saul
rbtained, and genenilly, where the plant has not rc-intcgratcd. I have had: occasion to know that popular' at any rate. bill,4ias superseded made the foundation and origin of nil proceedings disbanded b's forces. He then solicited volunteer
.. judgment has been read in America This brings me tu the history of the sun flower Nashville district, although a candidate for renounl l to the formation of a State Government *
a destroyed, it has a mo t unpromising nppcar- j your extensively A of = like the follow- looking from amongst them'to go to San Juan del Sur and
f t : Planters say that unless the season henceforth (here questions of this nature ire u.t of untVe- l hiti experiment.led i.ic to try process it. ri-a oiir.g nation, e'l> Gu-tavus: A. Henry nominated iu his If any organization assumes to set itself up in opposition try to join Walker. His whole force was about 420,

quent &li c'a&sion,) and I never have hoard any other If it l be the e-f the vcgetal.lmottrr thenarlies itcad. This 5i thought to be the work of Senator to this, it places itself in direct antagonism I including the sick and wounded, and he obtained
] favorable and the fall late the decay on
jnusually very opinion but that of approbation of it e-vpressetl with the Federal Government and the Union of the
from these about 100 volunteers. Five
i that produces the sickness on the lull, then Bell, who appear determined to eru h out all in or six of thi
cannot by .possibility even if it the of the law. 1 cannot but think States.
crop surpass among profesf-ion scalded men were left at San Juan, too much
U lluj sickies must lie to th? del'terioiis effects Injured
; that quec-tions of this port as well zt? general owing his own ranks who originally favored the repeal of The Territorial nuthories have provided for the
equals that of the past year. upon of effluvium that is set free to bear removal I understand that some twelve or
gaminni or durirg
maritime law it well if the lawyers tile Missouri Mr. ho-werei'lias election of to Convention to be held in I
were Henry, delegates n fourteen men were kille'd outright by the
jOilr exchanges from abroad give gloxmiy accounts the dccompo.-ition ; and if so'the poisonous: matter, explonoa
had studied a little the principles for the of Constitution locking
more extensively June framing a
declined to run. purpose I and about scalded.
more were
or the basis of it. 'viiut it be. ntu-t huve I 1. twenty badly
the effect of the cold in their sections. In tOil
) own of public and civil law. and hail looked beyond to the admission "of Kansas into the Union us a
-- The soldiers that the accident
elnl.nrated during the trroWth of !the weeds, and i-ct say was caused by
Texas; where planting seems to have been as forward their own municipal jurisprudence. free in t heir decay. Xou.if (hSsrcr.boninghcge'Od! I Another Alia*. State. The Government at Washington recognises some one who threw a keg of powder Into the for.race. .

as with us, the destruction to be I remain with the highest respect, the right of the Territorial Government authorize They had on board ia tons of
appears gen Why might we not t, by pluming other vegetable Tlie with which the powder and
Your most obedient rniit..1OE1'lE opposition change thus
st the of to to
eral. And BO in the other cotton States. As to the matter between us and the inarahe and by bringing people Territory apply Cont wo of lead. The Tennessee brought no newn*.
&TOUY.Ir. their haute has been frequently the of for admission State under the Constitution
party gress as a Dr. Ware of Texa
l it into \igoroiis growth just about the time per % a surgeon of the Nican-
fruit the universal testimony is that it has
crop, ---- of the United He would consider it unfortunate
t hat that e-f tile msii'she Legiiistj decay, bring fresh araiiiing comment. In several of the New England State guan army, came on in charge of the sick and woun
"been cut off bcj-ond hope. ? Stanton in Knnsa. if any considerable portion of the people ded and they have had the best of
forces of -\nget.iMe kingdom again to play upon States they now style themselves the Union party"not care. Night be
An interesting account vf tlie mbttaiice of a this poisonous matter, and elaborate it again into a party to uphold and perpetuate the Union should refuse to co-operate in this movement upon fore last two men died on board who had been sick

Progress. of Fanaticism-SJred Scott De- speech delivered by the lion. F. P. tanton, the vegetable tirsue, and so purify the air ? the idea that any other authority could prevail against of dysentery. There has been a great deal of sickness -
cifcioii.I'o of the States, but a party which owes its present the legitimate Government of the Territory. -
newly appointed Secretary of Kansas on his trli> This reasoning appeared plausible enough to justify among'the troops.
; watchful observer of current events can fail the trouble and of experiment and I temporary, mischievous existence to a union of abolitionists When there is no Government, the people may act -
to the field of his labors. 5* eomiminicated by u correspondent expense when there is
for themselves. But
a. legitimate
to notice, with solicitude and concern, the rapid progress I was encrturagcd to expect niorc or less success from black republicans know nothings,infidels Joe blunt'* JPlrt-t Game of Loo.
to the Richmond! South, which wepuLli'h Government, they must act under its'authority, ejr
of wild .ind notions in and Si it, in the circumstance that everybody said, plant and lunatics. In alluding iu this fusion "union"
extravagant a large or Now Joe Bluflt was a
revolution. In this it who
I they must proceed by case yo\ng man had growei'
] in another column. Mr. Stanton ha hiccereaciel t re? 1 etWenou arid themar he--they will keep
section of A fanaticism the the New Haven Register well remarks nfl with good teaching fra
populous our eoantry. party : would be a revolution against the Federal Government ( jut telling
I the T Territory, and on the 12th; April ho a.l- off the chill-. But a1 to the trees, it so happens Uncle yen u
more dangerous because of its palpable tendency to that at the time when the decomposition "This i is the twenty-fifth name that the opponents itself. Joe used to tell it on hSmselt) Well,by Ihock-
I dreced the pcoplo cf Leaveruorth City lie an- i viry on of the or crook, or howsouiever he
the character
of the ihe m'r-hcs i
weaken alta<..hmnt to what is i god in itself seems ? going on inn-t r.-ipidly, the trees for genera
i flOunced him=p'f a native of Y5rrh.5.i and a ri.1ent the mo-t their tion ; and we fl"luredmet they will get flogged out intelligent man can for a moment imagine that such of wild fellow jy and Md they-
part, Imcstoppeel I growth I I to
to have taken possession cf the public mind. Staid i j of Tenne\ oe, ii>sd sujgosled tli.it l l.i ia hear vovM funderstand .'r the winter, and I though t trees might do!pvtpare tomepool of thi ;, jnt as they have been from all the rest, before a revolution would be likely to meet favor from the Joe don't you want to know how to slay loot'*
New England, once celebrated for the stern lore and the year is out. Tiicir names have been Federal Government for at least two years to coaie. And what's Loo r Sex I.
yet growth for generally
from these facts hat his a -omtthing got
practice of virtue by her people,has become llie j were "j'ruclivities'1 llif o.-ea-oii: i.i'slit do u
0 0:1 the.slavery luet1IIfl. lie rejrrctteJ Ii'-amu, r>r.\m riuiji the three t la.-t very hot-bed of i-ans: embracing all questions of politics t they!: sire g< o.l a'>> irliil--, n d of a rank growth, 1 u* 10111 : u up.It ; uoif
and and under the ] effects the del emanation of the free i-tatc :.ocn of ir.in. ts I th. re were <>i jcctii-ri" I to hop*. 0:1 ne.-om.t of stake, I i j4, howevi.% lli'' [Lad conduit, the unpatriotic and There is no certainty that another Congress, to be you knows how to ploy seven up. sad well tea
morality; demoralizing not to vote in the tleot5<)m vf Jtlo ilcs to the .Stateronver.tioi I 1 p 1 <. tti: I rtcollei ted t that I hud often fff-iiFiin tr. itcirouis "iido of thir lc,.ders, that raiders it imluitcrial elected two years hence, would be more tolerant of you how"to play Loo.
e of the madness: things s.icred and and Well sex I, "I'll It."
prevailing : what iiuinc they take. They have such irregular illegal proceeding Certainly go
tutir. that tl.e) C n-itili Ltj Ci\v.r4! ;rri'-.unr al-o'tt the caLlus in the \Vc .t, and' no national i
:- to
things profane are dUcu->sed and dUpOMid of with a :: <'n l h aid !lie.trd Iii e\y.u.itioi'] that it wi */' IIC1Ii}IV"4 a priicij'l; ..no fixed pola y-no common bond the disorders of the intervening time would tend to Now, yoa tee, there was Dick Duke and Jona
formed: woul-1 leaJyj,t'.1. I I e dt el-rc.l furhcr that of iI&erut I widen the breach between the Duke, and a great thick-headed
I union. ( to nothing hut contending parties, chap named Carter
freedom which m<>rt of I Imakiiii some momentary -
tobcr reverence .:p< IH:: 1t! M i ith mi: i'., v< rAn -. i t I-NI:l{< useiit-*
great good a Ftringfel preceded Mr. bUinton. It was iirre r'f S'ir. fo\y.-r-will: ;ai!,4r'rt!>
generation. Twenty years ztgt--ayc,ten years ago election and hence the I> ::u'n- th-ui-aiid; ir.'tll"-1!! of wi1. r mi-re I th.ui 1u.t-ses ct'rli.pifph', tl.tyii-.e on dtluiUm, and to th'- election aboiTt to beheld in June. He siid ten cents and a quarter (you see 1 learnt it theoC
-who would have seen a Minister of the Compel, ;i tl.iy, -pefikinjj. r. Stringi luC >iicd by t-!! raiin. liLtor- muki' 1l1crem..I11'! t of i.it. ." the election law seemed to him to be fair. It provided and I can tell it to you straight,) and 'fere long all
sup] Tlsey are srn-at
;i fellow stated that his fir t object was to make KunI no qualification for voters except that of three the change I had was up. and thern too. "Twas
after escaping conviction of an infamous crime thro'the 1 nits. "They are ca-v if cuiM\nti"n, are luoiv rank:! -
disagreement of the jury, again invited to polj I sas a slave State, and failing in this, he should Strive, than h)1l&t they require no poh-s, m.d the .ee-il nre u A\"n VT is l1ENoFIl.-Jiuc-; (;jarri'on Abolition Patty months lona fide residence iu the Territory. The my deal, and I turned up the six of hearts-I never'
shall it-for
in his address forget I
of United State raised
President the
as the next! best thing, to roakc it u Dunocratie vcr valuable. I jmid e'irht dillnrs a 1 tl-lu-1 f is tile a.-l\ai.c'- inaugural trumps. np my hand
} j >r I only g.'trd cf what: i is called the
late his
the altar of God and
by while lietea- j there,
administration looking
presence free tatc.'hlie | them. This) plant. t th< refur". apparently ofAredt-i hud p! dg-d his to the policy me right in the face, was the
lug and admiring thousands hung upon his lips ?- | fulfill all !the conditions required to sati-fy the problem RepuMican party. (Jarrin-n eight or ten years of fair play towards the contending parties in ace, king and queen.
Who j free State men express dislike of StanUm's was but where the Republican is Kansas. Of course you tuk the cakes then Uncle Jee/
again would have witnessed another Minister j ; for if the supposition that the ague and fever ago party now,-

charged with lying, dander, adultery and iade- j avowals, thinking he has already joined the pro- plflfl'C imparted to the atmosphere by the dc- and, hence, where- that party is to be ten years Gov. WALKER in his letter of acceptance,had given sez I.Let.
his sanction und the me tell how 'twas I
ascent to
same principle, yon sea -
cent exposure of hits person," voted guilty on two of j j slavery* party. ea'inZerttaI1emattcr free in the maivhes; arid if this heiit-e, we can see by the following Harrison prop and now he (Mr. ST.INTONas far as he should have "Boys it's no use playing those pape's, Tri got
| l poison were set during time <'e -> of decay, "
the counts and only saved by disagreement of the j The Cold Weather and the Co'mctti why should not tht? sun flower"pro in thir rank rain i n : any authority to act, or td speak, pledged himself it, sure.

committee on the other two, afterward* declared j jicjnittcd growth ahcerb it, and again rial):orate it itito \ We r<-it cnvte Our former declaration, that the to the exercise of every proper legal means to secure I was "hout ratine down the stuff, when tlst
j Innumerable surmises have been made RS to the egetahle of the is fair and of swell-headed Carter Weaver
and fix it object Society not merely to make Liberty a independent expression public sung out-
( on the whole charge by r.n otSccr in tl.e matter, so nt least for uwhilc. and
cais.u :'< unusual cold weather in ApriL Some until cold weather 1 1 coiiMilte-d (hit subject national and iM.'irel-j M'<-ti.in Church next in Authority to a Bishop ? Yet these upon of (('ul them In reference to the of not so "
1 attribute it lo the approach ofcomfts. Upon this : with one t>f the rno't useful] men this country e\er < -nor to restore the Jfis onriCompnmi'f by alone. proceedings easy.
disgraceful thing*a re l> -held now ; and the jniUic >! j rro.lueul-t1me late At J. of u nor to repeal the riigltltv LM\C bill the Convention, whan it should as.'uii'u1eheh&1 no "How come :I ain't T says I.
sul writer in the St. I.ciii Downing, Xcwburg
mind has bccoititf so dcl-uuchcd that they are even i jc-ct, a Ileriul-lican re- |. and lie thought the idea a cood one. -nor to make Kansas a Tree State-nt-r to resist authority to speak. He could exercise no influence Play 'em out," says lme, '*and 111 show you!*
the admission of Slave State into whatever de-liberations of that Its Same thing." I and I dow the
tolerated. The formerly the terriUe foe | rinally I re-olved t to make t the experiment, at the any new the U- over body. eez ; popped n
pre cf It is s-lnjjuhr that the unprecedented cold weather ri-k of MMi'lina th* lookof a I Lcuiitiful lawn. Aceorilirgly ni< n-nor to terminate blavery in the District of deliberations and acts ought to be perfect free and queen fast, and he put dowii the ten spot (he called
vice and the guardian of put.lie morals, with honora- which hxs Columbia and in the Northern Territories -but but citizen he had it jail window) Then I let him have
prevailed over the whole country Ju- ; in the fall of I If-.";.>, tl t'ard'n'r trenched it is independent ; as a biuipl nohe1tatkn the.klog
bel exceptions, panders to the prevailing infatuation ring the prewjnt month T April, should not.'have j up to the depth flf two and a half f< e-t a licit about primarily comprehensively nrol uneorupromisipglv, $ In expressing his opinion that the convention and he put down the nine spot-and said f laughing
attracted the attention f the iird ( to c T'-ei' the immediate, total and eternal overthrow to Bubmit the of to -
eIther by a cowardly silence or an unLlushing de ( pit-s the public i forty-five feet 1 road around IK-! Oiiservat"rv tinthe ought question slavery

fence those who thus fal the livery of Leaven to the ]-rob.lle ((tUC. This' i* undoubtedly! the I Ip j mar-hy rid<>, and from one hujidred r.nd fifty to two j ji 'of blurry, wherever it exists em American soil, and the people of the Territory; the convention would In eonrs* .YOU can't beat the ace"

the "' I !'n-o and < onfront whatever party or sect seeks have full power to do so,and he thought they ought "There.' said he. this must be a tour deck, for

to sere devil in ; rid the pulpit, 5nMcad of l ic iii the cvfiiii j sky, whore tlc.ueijts] have been i of the t-! <'ry I was al-out t to I try required rich I to p irchr.sp peace or success at the expense ofliu- to do it. It would be perfectly legitimate and darn me if I want list playitg off on Uncle Joe, for

laboring to purge the sanctuary, directs the tlran- t calculated by the n.o-t celebrate-i a-tn-ne'iicrs! of | crrtuiitl, tall >;m flowers and a rant growth. Ac- | man liberty l.h ing or dying, our motto is "Ar 4 pn-per to frame fair and liberal constitutionin all I've got the ace of hearts myself-holdlne,down a

deraofhs elo
but against parties and >ecta1.c mathi-iuilies-M'S! i i.f Oeintany, will eoine the croun-1 w.s projicriy prepared! a mal pan-! Iii behalf of Lxeci.tive, (Committee, neighborly and constitutional relations with the hard case, Joe, but Ton see my ace."

gtncmnient-not gainsticrdicts in direct c ]".*;(. with the earth on I he I lt>th<>f Jiin<-fproximo. tr-'l 1 in sun llow-tTS I li-t-pr'iu. They grew finely ; | "WM. LLOyD GARRISON; President."S. other States, and yet, leaving it to the people to Count the cards'" said I. count the cards"

juries which screen adulterous Ministers This opinion has lern made lisht ffliy I ihc =--kly sil;d'n wa* e.\p. .-ted with rnoiv (than tli*> i ij H. G\v WE.NDEU. Piii-Lurs Secretaries, determine whether they will establish slavery And I did count the cards, and 'twas all right,
from punishment, and which tend i'ierce and other iiMiun, whetli- -- it Whatever be their decision fifty-two in there.
to promote licentiousness astronomer-1 hut i j rMinlnnx'ftv. Finally: it fcft in. and there was sha | reject may in thU

in high"places, hut cgaiuet the decisions of cr probable not, thcre-i? IK ( Ui-tior.incr the fait, j I Lng; at the! 1'nd it.- I Ilou-e jtii'l othir i 1ae-s! as j Railroad Enterpi-isc& respect, they-shuill not disregard the constitutional Well, now. let's al take down the pot," says
j that the comet \lta* entered the I'.m'is o the s'urj rights of other Mate*, but shall adopt such a constitution Carter, "and divide equally.
Courts upon questions of Constitutional law. iiMiiil !.tit for: lh<* first time since! the (>l. ervatory j The London Tirnf-s of thc 17th ultimo has
The j system or.d i is cow approaching the earth with fearful w:.? l.uilt the watchman nbuut it weathered the a as will authorize the fair execution e>f the Federal All right," *cz I ; and so little did I know then

madness is general It pervades all classes-.--the i rapidity, as may li* seen by the mo-t casual ob- summer clear of rhills and fv.vcr Tiie.-c men, bing -- lengthy article on the enterprise of American rail laws, for the protection of her sister State*.- 'bout the things, that I never 'sneered that that

high, the low ; the rich, the poor; the work-shop server, by Lolicing its daily inerensp in size. mot exio.-cd] to the night air stiffer most, and road companies, in which the following paragraph Whether she adopt or reject slavery, he did not scoundrel Carter Weaver, had the tray of hearts

and the academy; the bar, the bench ; the legislative "hit-i e can Le little doubt that I the extraordinary heretofore- two or three relays of them would lie rut- appears: doubt, that she would be admitted into the Unicn between his thumbs. When I think of Carter Weaver's -

hall phenomena witnessed in the weather during the tacked for falls sick by an almost unanimous vote Congress. A Sou them ace, I can't help laughing at my greenness
and duringthe ,
the season
executors of the law ; ns one another The Baltimore and Ohio !Railway, as first mode
Every circumstance niCEth is attributable t-' this cause. Similar changes is employed in his place who, in turn, being atoidtrd nn exnen-ive tunnel l Iy a series of man himself, Mr. STANTOX said he was perfectly but whew boys, I'm some nolp- that"is, folks tell

great or trivial, causes it to burst forth of the climate have been observed before, during attacked, would in like manner give to a fresh ] hill zigzag, willing to see the State Kansas either a free or a me so. -
way asc'-nding over a by a gradient of 1 in 18 at its
with a bkre whose intensity cot only discloses] the the pa .sage of cornets near the earth The comet of hand. And. last year, attacks of ague and fever steepest part, each zigzag terminating in a short slavcholdiug State, according to the fairly expressed Well, 1 vowed Td git even with that crab, Carter

general derangement and threatens to consume FOciety ) 1840 'u siid to have brought with it a dense and were more than usually prevalent in the neighbor l lve1 so that the trait could run opinion of tht people. Weaver so one court day, I puts at Carter for a

iUelf, bat is marked by \ivid intolerance ofhe : I unpleasant fog, which lasted for twenty-one days; ing parts of the city. on spare to this level space and then backed up one zigzag the The only anxiety he felt was, that she should be game oFLao.; Of course he said "yes,"for he'spec-
that of 1826 was nccompanicd l by heavy rains and up a Union-loving, law-abiding State, animated with ted to pluck me agin. So we sot at It. Carter and
of all nc\t zigzag, and s<) on. This eccentric expedie'ntwas
source opinion opposed tJ its own. Hence, e-on9qucntinundations; and every one must remember proper respect for the rights and interests of the me, and two other boys/and after a while we got a

the impregnable argument in defence of domestic the unusual cold aud.pevcrc Weather prevalent E35T" A correspondent of the Companion d' Democrat American superseded would not by a wait tunnel for afterward,before but the other States, and with perfect devotion to the Con- smashing loo. I kept my eye on Carter, and seed
perfection he
at the time of the of the that the PeuiocratSc will btituti6n of the him crib the ace of clubs and it his knee
slavery founded on scripture authority, calls forth I appearance brilliant comet expects party run a had his railway In the first instance We wish! tfur Confederacy. STAXTOX then lay on

% contempt for the Bible as a divine revtktion] :j March. 1843. The comet now approaching candidate for State Register of Lands, and suggests Indian authorities would take a hint from Americanexpediti.in. proceeded to draw a contrast between the probable and pretty Boon he got the king and queen too. I
and I j earth i is that of Charles V', which first appeared in radition of the territory, if these principles should never said a word, but the very next deal up come
Jenkins Hernando .
C. T. of
ns a They on for
gentleman L waiting
the county -
bla.'pLemon demand for an anti-flavc-I Iry p, rehelion in 1264. It may be seen) in a clear eve- and go till perfect engineering prevail, and if they should not. Ho described the a club for trumps and Carter knocked the table
God." Hence the cecissou BS and is well qualified for the position. The election oi r1iiter doing nothing they can do every strife and bloodshed that follow hard for a stand.
too. of the highest j ning near igittari etidently Hearing the thing ns it is done in this The Americans agitation, might ,
judicial body known to the Constitution provokes ;i iffcrieks earth with great ra I1IhIV.*' docs not take place until October, 1858. would have covered India country.with railways before extending fri-ni-the territory to all parts of the Union. "Well," said he, "rich cards as these b like steal

--- --- r The mode He placed the responsibility of these things upon ing your money,boys."
of abuse of the now. oi raising funds for the
concurring member*, and I !; THE GEORGIAN AXD Jofr.XAL.-This paper-the THE Mniuinvr COMTHENCE o> FLAMOIY.-The of railways of construction those who should refuse to go into nn election by "ill stand," said I, and I slipped my hand on to
by means of land is
plain intimations vforganii-ed resistance toils fluthority. i 1 Democratic) onran of the city of Savannah-is offerj j Methodist Conference of Eastern New York, on Saturday a useful hint to our Australian grants authorities., perhaps which the will of the people might be falriy express- Carter's knee and tuk off the ace, king,-and qneen

That venerable tribunal is henceforth only td for falP ed. He alluded to the liberal provisions which had and put my hand in its place. I watched Carter,
ndvantageoiifc term The ISth the --- -
very April, adopted majority ofi
to be recognized RS the cf reporc been made for most of the other new States and he quietly put his Rand down and tnk up the
law when its action exponent constitutional I i proj.riHor Mates that it "is now .doing a business i the Committee on Slavery, which !* as follows : ZT ANOTHER LCCKY BnECKixntDOE.-The negro their admission into the Union. He spoke of upon the other. Carter had the lead, and with a broad grin

conforms to the (opinion of ] which will j pny s. handsome dividend to anygentlcinnii S j Kosohed, Hr t, That we regard slavery a great man, Jim Breckinridge! who was so fortunate as to public land usually appreciated for public schools on his ugly face, ser ber

Theodore Parker, Wendell Phillip)] and the Ik-v Mr- 1 pos -
Kalloch! for carrying on a newspaper li To this degraded and reof t tlic Cliriit'nuri Wisconsin, Iowa or Minnesota. Then he pointed it with the queen of trumps. You ought to have
humiliating portion has fanaticism disposed jf be-furc the first Tuesday in June it will imily ut .1 rca mable Mr Isaac R.
price. Green
reduced.JTew Resolved, Secondly. Tnnt we will usf- what latin to the inevitable progress and prosperity of the jist seen Carter's face then; it looked as long asa
England. There was a time then be w>M at puMie auction." x>tue we pM-seSo[ to prevent extension into regifnsnnd his "wiutr, referred the matter of value to Judge State, and asked if t'.iis was a time when the settlers garden ralL"And

when the learning and-virkes of a Story commanded = ; coiumuni'ies in which it does i.ot at present exit Pirtlc, by whom the valuation was fixed. The remaining in Kansas should iie qtmrelling over negro slavery, here's the ace and king too," set I, raking

the respect of her people and inspired them SLAVERY TO IJE BOUGHT Otn" ix KLNTIXKY.-The and will u eill untusu.- that may with propriety money has been placed in the care of Mr. "burning bach c'lher's dwellings, and cutting each down the pewter. Carter looked all around the ta

:with regard for established institutions; buf'Xa- Newport (Ivy.) News Delates that "a prip-jtition is !I.( iireil hy (C.'hriiti: miniMcrs to effect its extirpation who will other's thror.cs \ He called on them, rather to look ble, and sex lie, dryly-

tick Cobblers" and ranting demagogues have in contemplation to buy the land and negroes owned from the world. James Speed-, ___act_as_trustee__for the negro. forward to the good time when the liberally provided Gentlemen", I'mgointo quit ; there's cheatinggoin' .
crow S
school-house should lie erected in on here.
ded-him from their arid the bare 1-y slaveholdefi in Kentucky nt their present valuation Previous to lljQ adoption of these resolution,, CoxriuDicTF.u. The started by every township "
memory now word report, a New in the State, when railroads should intersect itieverydireetion.and thought so, too Caper, sex I when you
of one of the numerous shriekers" who infest their ; and thrce--fourlhs of the fcluvclioldcro in the quite a warm debate ensued, in which conservative? York paper, that Mrs. James I\. Polk is soon to take \_ when the prosperity of the found them two aces of hearts in that pack lat

hills and valleys, is of more authority than the matured State will agree to sell, the proposed company will sentiments were uttered by some ministers, and the up her tcsidcnce in Washington City, is contradict State should be established beyond the power of agitation week."

and carefully prepared opinion of him who: advance a Bum of money equal to one-half the estimated most ultra ab.'liiion opinions avowed by others. ed by the Nashville Union. Mrs. P. has no" .Jiea of to disturb or overthrow. He called upon "Let's play on," said" one of the other boys.
those who intended to settle In Kansas to "No, Here not, sex Carter and ha left looking
present ,
..- .- was both on ornament to the high tribunal over value of both, mid in one year after, pay the Among the former was the Rev. N. Bank, the eminent residing in Washington nor has she left Tennessee u choose between the two pictures-to select power as huffish as an old maid.

: which he prerided and the whole balance. The slaves will be set free and the historian of the Mcthodirt Church, who, in tho that !
country which gave him since her husband's death. "Nashville," says the u and prosperity, the' end of which no man could see, Nowboys, didn't I gather old Carter pop

birth and honored him with eonfidenee. It may land sold at an advanced price, in view of the State course of his remarks, alluded to a statement which paper refcrcd to, is her home for life" or to plunge into that dark gulf of civil war from And we all used to tell Uncle Joe that he did, sure,

not be known to most of our readers that Judge becoming free in one year after the first payment had been made in reference to John Wesley, that ''T Til l i which every good man would turn with horror.Mr. and he'd take a few mor whiffs at his pipe, and

Story; held opinions directly conforming to the tn the masters, and the Stale become settled with he had said that slavery was the sum ofahl vii- No Pardon tor Koasuth. STAXTON had the marked attention of all, leave ns with our game.
one -
and I think h.-w iitttde a hit. Yours, -
recently pronounced by Mr. Justice Tancy Sn the real industrious, enterprising.free people." r..ny." No such remark ever was made hy John BOSTON MASS., April 25th.-The steamer America t TREDEGAR.ThiMWtlletownCon.CoMtltaUon The Ohio Legislature and the SlATery Quee-

bred Scott ca e. But so it is; and although the Wesley, and he trusted that no such slander wouicevel' arrived at this poi-t yesterday. An additional item L -.. tlon.CnenotAti .

fact U now generally known, there docs not seem SLAVES RrrcnxED.-Tho Beaufort (North Carolina again: le uttered. of her news i is that Austria has granted a very gen THE ExxcvnvK BczAr&-dt give, the Tuesday, April 21. IUI.
Journal that board may says
) the schooner
says, on Emily, The Ohio adjourned tint on Saturday
to be any'abatement in the bitterness with which eral amnesty to the Hungarians of the rebellion.That'rujwcr .- Washington Union, a* idea of the vast amount of Legislature
which it will be remembered abandoned the bill k'n It
was on a or Snta-EjJcctof the Front.-The Montgomery having previously passed na
that opinion is assailed,even among those who have voyage from Charleston to Beaufort, last winter, Mail at the 18th ult. "Planters however, has thought fit to exclude business which passes through the Executive Departments a Penitentiary offense to claim or hold slaves ia Ohio
arc u
heretofore thought that if says Louis Kossuth from the amnesty pardon, his affection of undertake from the State H
they could quote the authority were two slaves owned in the latter Government to state that the number or to to carry away
of in their place. They, unanimous now that the frost of day before yesterday for Austria being considered to that of f slaves of color. This la Intended to pr>
Story behalf, their case was im with equal of letters received during the last week by one any person
the of the
rent crew, were token to Liverpool, was a perfect killer. On the evening after the vent the operaflo! of the Died Scott decision el tht
John Mitchel for .
pregnable. To show the character of the opinion England.Arrest bureau (the Land Office,) was twelve hundred and
where declaring
they were nt perfect liberty to remain free, frost, some thought that a part had escaped. ycterday's Supreme Court, Risolutiona were also adopted
held by Justice S., we insert below a letter from but they did not hesitate in signifying their prefer examination settled the thirty, all requiring attention ; and that, for the it to be a duty ttf tea aH power eomW *

him to :Lord Stowell. These eminent judece, remarks ence for home, and have now returned to their duties" question-all the of Oxnard the Swindler la Cuba week ending on Monday last, the number of letters with the national compact, to prevent the inereasf.
ia killed and seed is "
the Boston cotton very difficult to obtain. NEW ORLEANS 25.- last from to mitigate, and finally eradicate slavery; and that
Cwritr, the English and Amen in Beaufort. April By accounts received at the office of Auditor of the Treasury for
.lean it seems In f The Savannah Rrpnllican sav" We understand Havana it is stated that Cob John Oxnard the Ordinance of 1787, as far aa U concerts slavery*
: were habits of correspondence, of New the Poet Office Department was upwards of seven United
that commission house in should be extended to all the Territorieaof the
and sending back and forth eopies of their judicial Mr. IL B. ftbwc, it is said, is preparing for the a this city received nn Orleans, who, not long ago, defaulted, left his cred thousand, all requiring attention, and of which State The Senators and Representative

decisions, whioh -were often on kindred topics. press a work on the poorer classes in Europe, a tort order, yesterday, from Columbus, for ten thousand itors in the lurch and went to Havana,taking $50- 1,883 were received by the mat of the 17thinstGmxa Congress from Ohio were requested to vote against

At length In the-English court, of which Lord of Uncle Tom In white society.TAXATJOX bushels of cotton seed. The order was, sent in be'holf 000 in exdmam and promissory notes, obtained the admission of any State, unless slavery Ia exelo-

of planters in that section of the State and Alabamji ded Its Constitution.
Stowell was Chief Justice, came np the case of aalire from various parties and furnishing in exchange t Lrrx AOAIX TO rniDzsniT..-The French by
cr BOSTOH. The tax book for the whose first plantings linve been
carried by Ms master to England from Anti year destroyed worthless checks, has been arrested by command of are engaged in a good work in Algeria, which will General Barney, -
ltAe has been made Itthows that there the frost In of the fact that -
are view
,.- ,- .- : gua and returning with him to that Island of his up. young cotton the Captain General in Havana. A package of I.l3,000 make their conquest a benefit to thAt country. Whom the people cf Florida bare b.is* Iokint
: thirteen individuals and firms in the of Boston Is liable to disasters such
T ddeaee. The alare brought ault for, freedom, on- city so many improvidence onflie $ was taken from tim and the Colonel was They are sinking artesian wells in the desert, probably upon aa a grai deliver of tlia Peninsula man tw
who are assessed for a half million of dollars'and of well be dt r.d-mna-w. to hear haa braaorderfrora
part planters won JSIoVj >
: may i *
I. precisely the ground*f the.Pj-ed:? Scott ease, ame ordered to leave the Island of Cuba.J33T for their own convenience; but the benefits savage rry.wtthdiV1.U4
upwardsEightyfour Individual firms and cor it to would be Gen.- SCOTT, l* n
e man, seems us, ever without a '
:lj"that; he baJt-temporarily resided ia Eagland, must be general The well of Temacln gave 120 dSre4 to the western frontier and froaa thG 1 1
p r&tionip&y taxes on rams varying from $250,000to I double supply of seed." '' The Rochester Times "We could
,- whew BO slavery coold be, and having beetf once says:- quart the ''nlnute; others mere; the Arabs were presumed is to march to Utah. tba1and Pmy

*Jree, therefore, The individual assessment is David Kum tnre1ovI
The-colonial largest to a yard of cloth, or a hoe or an axe, or a pair of sho a, saints, for their trea0 G1*
stete. admiralty court decided ftgaintiiJum. Sears. Real estate 688000. Personal estate$350, Columbus Enqvirtr, died near that city on the 22d to their grounds. Speeches of the moet grateful acknowledgment command of the Florida troopa the next c
Upon-appeal to the English. High Court of. 000. nit, after long and painful Illness Mr. F. had regarded by community as better ojkmore resjjectable were addressed by the ehle& of ear La rank. f71w tlJ c erI1r are not ware,

Lord StowilL- chief than he who made it-nor he who sells a tribes to the French officers Thia ia tad atroU to our State for 'we bellitS If
Admiralty, ,on the part ofthii been connected with the Georgia press for many r and engineer. Science a j

.: .- ribcnal, affirmed Jiejadgmenti below. Itwes A Chicago paper says that one of the grain years. In his prime he was the foremost Whig edItor -' barrel of flour, or ships it off to another country, .puts a power in the*hands of'man which enablea, HAIUTCT emonrthe8 was perortlea DlnolestheT to remain voold six L.month'sptd IOP'dY

In tils cue,we telieve Vhat Lord Stowell examined produce firms of that city have hffadlei within they of the State, and under his control the Enjvi-. than he who raised tht wheat from- which wsiinaisufi4i I hIm to transform nature herself exterminated{ He.la a skillful offocr aad,anrleneed

--- ., ,99 keenly and,withome JitUetooch f Mreaam the.tweralcot : &r,1 Ifl their business, twelve and a half millions rcr acquired an Influential position as a: political L"o: -. Indian hosier. an
aejairaeat, jrjnbodi d by Cowper-'ia that of dollars, their ehecks on a single.bankamounting"to journal.j He,was ready writer, well potted in the la the.cMe 'of Hoover -M. Melville, to recover- ( learaa- that- d* the. work._as tpeily.. ***_**-Jtn*'pr*

8Hg.11 eight mlllion/of dojlara.' Five million, '1ban ;- cjjrrnt'politics of the day, a shrewd tactician I back money lost at the gambling table, the jury at Ctpt P,t y: !laaj paid Cuter of -HUdbtair*: ,*- obUe. ; :

dred and fifty,six'thon andlJU8bels grain panesthrongh perfectly familiar with the prejudices men.Bo: _'Cincinnati bronriitja Verdict for'Hooyer for IV Argus, |4oQ la faU for the ilnrhi"tVE, a

Ke dealired etot&wsrtb&t thef* wat'any the Lands of Chlcfgofrm. r M7O the Augusta DttpatrJi. dtI.1, f 1 him last winter? i : -

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V L)Tis T!i "On. Satorday th* 4th Instant SmallO -1 9 I 4 DOD others) wiH U teas & &ui Ima

br!. Robert and Joseph Crockett, of this place and ;, IBOT-'SB. ; -- MATERIALS v pnetfcftbU j.zti*4 fall bS.trInZTLi&tG tb'for

'Dr. Klncannon. offisrsyiK/wwe performing surgical t TAX ASSESSOR'S execntion, which eo*trwt mini be r.trne4 to UM

: operation upon an intereeting little boy about 5 ? .- NAVT DzpAEtr ) DEPAkTLS!: ) bureau withid five daji, exclusive otte unwed tI1- bob****!*&*fe

"Avarsofa .ixmof MR* Bonham, Smyth county, Soreaa ofpntvisions" and; Cli,tlunjf,- > Last Notice Bureau of Provisions and Clothinp,- V for the regular tnmarnlsskxi of the miiL 1 toek f Goods vbfefi *J0 Upu
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\-lrn in onlcr to render -bin 'rorpewhat insensible -. 4 April 13. 1857. ) April 2. 1867 J JNIVT A recoid or dot licat* of th l tteT Jofonaiaff &btd. ib! b b

to hIS frcflVrlRg. thy deemed it advisable to hnnr DRCOLSiu sealed, and endorsed OtTer for For the County of Leon. PROPOSALS aealsd aird endorsed der of the acceptance of Lii propottl WU beAd copI.te etiul, tutccMnKHialeooaU buGEPOa frtiflH liii*( ,

: a nurture 01 chloroform nnd ether, *Hth'd _L. Small Store" o* -Offer Tor Candles," or Offer TAX ASSESSOR'S BOOkS SEPARATE for Navy Clothing and Clothing Materials a notification thereof within the meaning f the act of > made for CAL P. C. WXL90V
death z1mnstitizUy. Tb operation: for Salt-wter Soap." -1 -Qflfer' for Mustard Seed THE hit bid will be made d accepted in conformity
csu- ) be closed the will be received al this office .nfitll 9 o'clocka. 1846. and t= March 14. ''J7. 11 -a'
.to be performed was to remove a fungus tnmor from' BlAck Pepper At, as tLfe Ju e may bu,. will be re- on in., on the 1st day of May ceit, for furnishing aigi with this understanding.m -

hie back, which was aocompKsBed just as be dted. c.h-ed.it tit* bnrean Bt>Ul o'clock a, nu on the ISth First Daj cf Jcuc, 1857. delivering (on receiving sixty days notice) at eacoor Every offer made must b accompanied(ta directedin THE LATEST SPEHQ ifift SfXMER

day of May next for furmtliing and delivering: (on All who do not render in either of the navy yards at Cnarjcstown,Maisachuaettr, the act of Congress making appropriatioes for the

here become eo exceedingly eemng twentj tys',notice) nt the United States persons BrOoklyn New Ycrk : or Gcaport, Virginia,thequan'titieu naval service for 1846-7, approved 10th of August
S Under ilws* navyyarda at CharWtown. MMMchtuettt; Bnx.V- their laxable property bj that time, below mentioned of any or all ot the following 1846)) by a written guarantee aigned by rue or more STYLE$11

voluminous that the largest of the melon dceves lyn, Hew York; and Gorpnrt. Virginia ecch quantiu will be double Taxed.L. classes of articles of navy clothing and clothing ma- responsible persons to the effect that be or they undertake To be bad <* ,
small compared to them. ohly hf the following articles the oak- bidder bidders will if hU or their ,
hitherto worn appear quite (excepting C. DEMILLY teriala, and such further quantities of the same as may that the or ,
For&T toilet the favorite sf.wveis that of thin mu% water soap and the caudle for each of which separate be ordered by the chief ff this bureau, or by the commandants bid be accepted enter into an obligation within fire D. C'WjLSONt.! I

tmfroiderf in ojxn vork, with a wristband proposal' anil oontritcU trill b. male) n m.iv >h. Tax Assessor md Collector, of the sad navy-yarda respectively, during daya. with good and sufficient sureties, to foraiah UM .

lla rHqotr >d or ordered from the contractor by the ch ./ for Leon County.N. the fiscal year commencing on the lit day of July applies proposed The bare.ii will not be <* pfd UNDERSIGNED U OTT ,i.eiIaa '

Tinned of a rkh insertion of English embroidery of thin bureau, or by UM respective cuuira*i.diti>; cfiiaer B.--I can be found at the Drugstore next, and ending on the 30th day of June, 1858, vh: to consider any proposal unless accompanied by w THE Tsriedltotk cf 3P&1NO 4 8UX1 Iujg
betwcrn rarrotr Yalencienne*, and taringliia" of the aid navy-yards the fiscal br law the of the
acl 1'd during guarantee required ; Competency
year wtloi
of E. "Barnard Jr. CLASS If Cloth Clothing. GOODS, to UM insptctioa! T U iariU tie
fli-ati" ends like riMxms. ending SOtn June, 1858,"viz: guarantee to be certified by the navy ageot district-

Boxe, shaving. India Coralw, coarse, India April 25. '57. 17 [Sent. Copy. Bluedotbpeaj.ckets. .. ..?. .. .. 5,000 attorney, or the collector of the customs Publiogeoerafl.y: ,
Rouud .. .. .. .. OQS3ZSTINO Cf PAST NT:
NcWjYork Mirror that the matrimonytjiilcmw rubtier rubber packeU ... .. S.OOO Blank forma of proposal* may be obtained on tp-
TV is again fatally raging says in that city, sparing Shaving cha. or Rtitta p rBrosheB. NOTICE.WE Blue cioth trowsera. .. . .. .. 5.000 licLinn to the ,navy 'ageoU fct Pbrttmouth New CUoU,Barege,Qre&adke,

.uhcr sex, nor condition. During th.3 past Brushes Drubbing Co-Jib fine In.lii nib incite our friends aud the public to ca'.l and Bue! suliuet trowsers. .. .. .. .. .. 5,000 hampshire, Boston, New York,Philadelphia, Ball! andOrratwlieFJouaced Bob**,

week several ftge. ft the faireot flowers were expected top Bruthe, shoe] bt i or uttA perch examine our gi.nt-rtJ. and well sellected Dine cloth caps .. . .. . .. .. .. 6,000 more, Washington, Norfolk, Pensacola. and at this boreau Solid Colored tod Figured Btnf
Silk Tissues and de Pkrtt
the vsv of all flesh. BraJies. clothes Grass f*r Iwts Assortment of JTlerchandlzevhich CLASS 2.-Flanntl Clothing. crepe ,

b-4- Butt
Worms worms ,navy medium RaZ'ire, in single! eases "i.iiiip\." We particularly solicit punctual customers Blue flnnnel Ovcrshirts .. .. . . 5,000 end description articles required, as, in the inspection will FrsscbSeotcb 4 aAd AmefU O1sIk&

py Various theories have been started relative to the Buttons, navy coat U izor straps, Oru- as it i* 'iily to such we tle-ihe tui 5E .i. ; to those Blue flannel undershirts .. 6.000 before reception, a just but rigid comparison French Eqgiah. and Am.ra.* Prfnta//
and the
or.gi3; f Satf tin l worm*,&nd yet the question Is still a vext Buttons.Beeswax dead-eye in cakes ScUsorfl vay's \\hosuffer their accounts to run fr yais, \\a decline Blu; flannel drawers. .. .. . .. .. 6.000CEASS be and made contract between, receiving the articles none that offered fall below them samples;and Black Poult>de Loirtv

d OTIC a-wnc medical authorities. Ct one fact, however,all 4-fij most jvislivi-ly) to SELL on a credit. We nUo call nt- 3.-Linen Clothing.C.nvHB their attenti n la also particularly directed to the joint Black On de AIa.,

are Till 'rmcnl. a'M j which all agree-the fatal nature of the pure boxes rf Spoons 'iition, tO a chinge; winch wo rind it iit-etssaiy to duck trowsors .. . ". . .. 3,000 resolution of March 27. 1854, la addition to the set of Black Cballies. .. -,

sSacr-e they cxv.on ch5Mrn. At this scanon of the yeer Blitcking, nikc.Vt Uiy nfi Gn-o-iifb fi-r c.ifrh, and 4 !>nd C Jlirn&ley sheeting frock. ;.. . .. .. 8,000 the J Joth August, 184 6.ApriM8 Alpaca's sod fiooUaoe*. 4
the atsaii*of onus arc most frequent as well as most dan" Cotton ifp-x-ls "f N' s. 12 aud 1C, 900 yards each, mnn.hc i.iiil| eai.n.t sill! theji in a \i-are ci edit- CLASS 4. lilne '37. 1C-6w

"R'e take great pleasure in directing the attention of o c
r-ou'I .atinet. .. .. . .. . .
pi-e-Ub to th" Vermifuge ot Dr. M'Lane's prepared by Flem- H.indkercht; c tton. fast color 32 by SO : '5.weisrht flitce : >, or Cti oti yards. 10,000 Sea Island Seed. Frouting and Sirtivg .

jcISr'S.., K" .burgh. It is one of the most extraordinaryrn.v.iciius not lets than 2 oz., eaCh, texture 8 by 8 L5C3zt't 3. CLASS 5.-lilue Flanntl. Pillow Cas and Sb.ItiZIJn.cS
choice Cotton Seed direct from ,
et cr introduced to the public, and has never failed to -J inchNeedles OUR srbcK co>r.isrtj OF Blue flannel. . .. . ... .yards, 109,000 50 BUSHELS Fancy Shfrtmj Uneos,
ewing Nos. 1 2 3 anJ 4 thillfd the Island, lardm? per Times and for sale by
WIbfl tried. eyed
of Mcee bttweeneRibism DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION: CLASS b.-Shettiny, Duck, and Nanlln.Hanisley McNAUOHT, ORMOND 4 CO. Fancy Linens,for Gents and Tooth wear.
ftpurhLv>ra will be careful to ak for DE. M'LAXE'S -
CELrBKATEI; ) VEEMIFI'GE rn&ni actured by FLEKWOr bat best French black, 1 2 yards to the Hardware, Furniture, sheeting. .. .. . .. .yarcjs, 20.000 April 4, 1867. 14 Spring and Sner ;

Crm.'kery, Soldiery Canvas dm-k. . .. .. .
piece ; width. 1 inch .. .do. 10,000 :
.ofVi.V wrj.V. Pa. All other VermJuget in corcpar-! Sosp. shaving. >u cakes;each cake not less tl an 2! oz. Clothing, Notions, IJlue Nuiikin. .. .. .. .. .. .Jo. 10.000 j ICE-2 tierces and 6 half tierces, landing per .
tre TvorT-Y.e** Dr. M'Lanes genuine Vermifuge, also ATLU
3e Groctn. AA ic. LJ Times and for sale byMoNAUGHT
Silk sewing; blue-black; wrapper not to exceed 2 CLASS 7.-Shoe*.
I s tl.L'TaCd! Lvcr Pills aa now be had at all respectable Call and lok fr yourselves saf and punctual ORMOND A CO.
oz to the ponri'l payers C.ilfkin shoes. .. . .'.. .
.. .
61 ug 'or. -Vowe ctnuint thou( tt*tijnature of wilt be ,Mmm'nlate l on pleasing: terms, and to pairs, 6,000Kip. April 4. 1857. or xrz&r: CXSCSJRIOX.
111] 'rLEMIG BEOS.OBITCARV. Thread black and white. Marshall's best qtislity .kin shoes. . . .. .. .. .do. 6,000 _JI4_
those who buy for bbeial dixcouut will be
white liuen 4 in iiniiwiileTtpe. CASH n "
Tape, w.rds length. 5 Bonnets
Ct/s3 8. Seeks. HATS CAPS &c.JEBEETSSpriop
black twilled 'cotton 6 aids in made. T. HAYWARD & SOX. ,
length ,
inch wiJeThimbles. 3 J April IS, 'J7. lu6fREAD; Wollen socks. .. s . . .. pairs 10,000 Fushisn of Moleskin 1 A LAM: AMContxxT or

.- --------- 8-10 and 9-10 diameter. -- CLASS 9.-Ma treses. .. HATS ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AM2-.

mcr> i iaQ-inoyApratlie llih, ALEXANDER BILES. Mattresses . .. .. ... .. .. .. 2,00u Frerch Felt Hats, ICAN STRAW BONNETS

S Mil.ics bad i months been a ruIT-Tcr, and his diseas Wiiitz sAL -wita SOAP-tfparate bid /br ISO.OuO yoa 5u nirears (for 1851, '52, '5:3: 'i, 't5 and CLASS 10- lanket. Leghorn, Pedal, Panama and Straw Hats, in every LACE AND ,

>:-!<-! t .m a"til Lc became a mere skeleton But his ufTi pound 1 VRE > ? If so, call at once tin ] let me know Blankets . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 4,000 variety of style fur Men's Boy'a TRIMMED. STRAW SONNETS

i in j." bn <>'tr nud the last enemy is conquered His death The snap rnu t be nianuf.ictnreJ from cooa-nnt oil, whuuttier) you can pay nt jll. if s', how much-5, 10, CLASS 11.-JItindkircltiffi.. Youth's and Children. ALSO A tAsec Aaaoindnrr or

Ah* i !isvrj tQ" j e-cof.t*xc.ge.; lie was a raan hldir. and be of the l>est qu-ihty tlen-nninitted t bite saltwatrr ;0, ur> 100 ovi.U Hi the il IHr: ? I want. to close all accounts Black silk handkerchiefs ALSO French Flowers, Artifiaalf, &e, Ac, 4*.
h .b *t"i'T> !>tto&c n Ja .nc-w him because ff h s sokl&' ... .. .. . 8,000OSeis -
stop snd be del.rtifd tuJ one nr more elusses at the -
.i-j"orj5 Tt.ri, lilaeVvaied chtan: : harac may ,
V r i"- < iu C'-'d str 'n>; lioxe: of:iUit: 75 pounds eu'h: nrnl. with all who nirc a MltficVjry expLnution of their of the bidder but nil the A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Ot Embroideries. .
cp'iou ; embraced ina
.,- ; -* h<- leaves li-Jusi h ai a Urge circle iru-cds *ho
.-, i.? :'yjathoJ'iaoa'uu and sorrow. \VUile death a'tir in pectii>u. t'-e' bcxt-6 ni'ist he lio j oii-t. lit the t-xppii-e i>f the eoi.trautor. The ice to T. IIAYWARD. Collars and under Sleeve .
i-:.. o S ii it w-s icJccd Joss to h'.s family! for the d. pi liich) cliss will l.e considered by itself and the con .
> :.. !..&." is f-'ne,iaJ tia uCectionate husbaud is no more.JL. be unif irni at all the vardi.CAYrittScE7)e2'fP April 1 5.51? K.-Gt tract fur thai cl.i"s vriil be awarded to the bidder For bale by' G. & J. MEGINXIS3. Emb'd. mouslin Collar*, from li ts,to ff.Od.
\\ hose ..ils for the nrticles in the March 28 57. ISStGentlemen's Emb'd. motulin Sleeve.
.: :<: JJ: 3) n..< *orru* v.hout hoj-e,fjrifthey are true iol. For Sale. pinpxi comprised class
id/r 70,0f f"n!n/f<. lowest in the tto.
.1. t't meet 111 Leavca. Let thOM not eonovjU > ate aggie
:; : u: cni iJ.-aee,fur Gjd has said, leave thy taiherleesel The candles mutt he Anif-MC.-.n niai.i.ficitue'i.; ; .f A2/; r j'jj E tisr iii. r cfu-rs f>r sale his rct-i- The clolh fur the pe.i jackets shall be twilled pilot Summer Hats,

...rta 1.1 lut, and let tly W'JOM. trust in me." .1. A. ]5rnip l Iuu.>f-u! )-14) iiidu! p in Itti tli. -X'li}_i e <>i tip fix c.i:nJlX! >. : : uuf rljtd. It t-hull bn 54 inches iJe.and weigh 26 onn-
aul ulesirable l.catiura3
MrH. 5" 'ILi/tV of GtJ-dea cO., deparied tills lifs ; Ku uuIt: hut: niu.it m Genti Toutba Spring and 8ams.cHATS.
.' ,. .. b. "r. SUAW was t-.ck but a few days but hh? April 1, t f.eich si.t !* s thai] 14 otriri-- h7-H I ii'>'i n-c'linj l CS/v tA: in tl t pcnti. }iint n<'t4<> be less tLnn I 14'.' -. .<; 11 prayer, and see in preparation for bur change. This Mei-k must. b. biai.ln} ,m I (-.uiujI..o.| 1 ot 78 cut-: -ALt.Q- \vci'lnn le? than 25 ounces prr yard will be rejected fi om Brie, and for sale by

:>. r ujA rrafy beloved i>> hr family end many friends? ton thiradn t>f tlie bt-st qu il.ty: 'i Nut. 27 } atn. TiiecaiJU'S I will sell my huge an.l 1 \\vl.i.o'.vn\\ biick ; ni'i: each bale of about 0f> >arils must average McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. Clothing,

i-jT.t-l.tr atftriion nor friendship could detain her, and : tn b* dthvi-il on t-ixly .. | .itsoe. in L' 'f>illiiivis Livery Stable, Carnage House- &c. 20 ounets per yard. March 217 12 A LAKOX Assoxmsr orOeota

t- ,< l.a> f.iur j.. join tae company departed tpinu. I rontniiniij! 'il-out) St U) ] nils tu. h. nm! i.e I Iw > My t' rn.s V.ill be hberai to a gaul} piiilin: cr. The c'olh f'Tioundjuketa, blue cloth tiowsers,and --- fashionable CLOTHCfO

!i1! :;)tf'J.i.boid rcvr at his residence in OaJsJen eo.. to be miikt-: l wtt'i' the c.itr.cto'r'lIJae uiJ the 1'. D. BUOKAW. blue ca|>3 thall IK willed, all wool, American nan- Flour.4O

m -,..;;i t-ft: Mr. TILDAS 5AUXDE11S, in the 43d year wol'-Lt of the eauJh.s.MrsrnDsrr.I.. Aptil IS 7,7. 16-3u uf.icttiie. and pure indigo blue wool dyed. It shall BootsandSho s/

r;. '?<- H hag lx-ea a conolktent member of the Trim'- have a list ou each edge romjmed of 24 white threads, KBLS. Harrison's extra Flocr.

t \.- i.aji'.M; Fjuth, fjr a n1uI.erofydsr5, and died in the lull BLACK rr rrcu. Ac.SepiTate of all wool. All pieces under 17 i ounces per yard 20 Superfine Flour, A IAICK Aaaoxnzxr or

n: tw; h t.f f. iih. He leaes a M.feand teiTcbildren,with au- bids for all lli.it be n-qutml f.-r the SPRING & SUMMER will bo rejected, and each bale of about ZOo yards 10 common Ladies, Gents. Tooth*and Child SHQJB3.
may -
rr'p i--aJs to tcwunL:> loss.I'liIi ue of the nato be dehx ci e l nt Ncn\ York only must average 18 ounces per jard. Lauding from Sihr. Pettis, and ORMOND for sale by ALSO L.
--- -.4- The satinet must be Ameiicnn manufactured McNAUGET. & CO.March21V7. Servacts SHOES
lulnstard t oil. Ameiiwi'i brown 27 every'qualitj.
ti iVaukeeiiab, Hi. on the CUi nit., after a brief s ,
.. black, Malabar HODGKISS) SCOTT & POOLE inches wide inside of list, which list must consist of 12
Et-: 11 ii-e second jear of Lie age, CALVLCT, third son Pepper. STAPLE GOODS
ofr. .'., and ils.T.cj i. G.rardeau.t'i B-Jt'le octagon, fur mustard and pepper not less than 12 white woolen threads on each edge
.. Cftbe cloth, woven jn the whole length of the Bacon and Fork Cotton and Linen
taj'p.v world Oh glnriocs place! Coik*, for bortles.: Are now receiving a Large Stock of piece ; Osnaborga.Bfowa .
7'lKTt.1; >... ttiio rcfirpnen, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS must wciirh not less than 9 I ounces per yard, to contain CASKS Ribbed Sides, 1 do. Clear do. and Blue Shirting and Sbeetiri'f&r1borough
f hhll CIK! tlu-ir laet1,end J t below: All the f.i egfiinn: ntficle: ; ;must be tthe test qunlityv :.n each piece about 28 yards; the warp must be 4 1 do. Shoulders 5 bbls. Mess Pork. Plaids and Stripe,

Aixl i'Or.Ver aniv(ue like-.u nieeiing l1ei .i.sirc-wns" shall fiow. nJ cunforiiiabie in nil respects to tb samples de- Embracing every imaginable etjle of cotton, pure indigo blue yarn dyed; and l the filling Lauding per Petti*, and for sale byMcNAUOHT Choctaw Stiipes, Apron Cbeckx.

4 |> -fi'ni at said uavv-yird ami h this bureau andsulject LADIES' DRESS GOODS, viz: wool puie indigo blue, wool-djed. Each bale of ORMOND
to such nt the \vhcretle- 400 yards shall average 9 i ounct s to the yard, and March 21'S7. 12 .
in-r-f'-tKin nnvy-yanl LA< r.3 MANTLES, SCARF? ROUKS MUSLT :
livid asthe rhi.fif the bureau lirtcl the in- no piece shall be below 9 J ounces to the yard. The -
: i--- :bii t1ttu. may < A large and well selected stock of HARDWA&& s
cfncei to La by the i SILKS, BONNETS, &t'., tc. satinet trousers must be made of material like the fiattf.MEJTS
Fpectinj h.t.Al. : appointed Navy Deput- above. The pilot cloth, broad cloth and satinet of Spring Style All of the above articles will be sold low by-. -
A larire lot of BUYS' C'l.itliin a a wjtsojr.;
P'RL'i') ST. MAKKS. the artictIn be ;'utiis'
A 1trg'; lot id Clothing, foie Hi.lie .
expei? to the ij't -inni'-nl, in jmpcre e!< ur up. Dunstable and Merino Hats.HOYS .
OLE \SE '. pr-ck-itre :-n'l! the ]-iue of ->vi a!ikb.! must b*> theaniu j {fl{. nt-, omit s, il ,1 .t'. Crip?. Tinil ""vl rrust be all wool American manufactue'l. -Cnuton Braid, Leghorn, Pedal and Panama -

.' IS. T.riz Tiraes.}:. I for Sew TorV. -riih C7fhv] -iv. Pjckicres | And! evtry other :iitifi! ->f uieI i :b-nxii-e suiulle [ VC.l! dyed, pure indigo blue, nail t viled ; must flats.3s'ISSrSTc3cn. :
prn hnaey.
S. t'j !ind. .s" i ha' .. tea IMzr.l con. 17 bales rope
; r- r-.iil'.f c i".on: ra"a'j. i bales m vs. l&s cry Li-i* S irninrdith: their contents au'! the ,name of ti! <- et'ntract..r j Call aiiJ eian.iiie lliem 3IIOjJ(7KIjS wide, weighing 5; ounces per yard, with a li>-ton each L.ndit-g fu-m Mvsticrsnd for sale by 1 U UJ HOPKINS MEGINN1SS.
: *- a *"Uis, G l>hB, *\riihr. | and i bdct.dlvli.iit to ii uie thtir edge of 1 white woolen tLriads woven in the whole icAUGHT, ORMOND i CO. Mareh 21, '67. 12 .
; '. -<- W. I:. lVu!.. RtaVenv N. Orieans. wi'h 1S.3Mf tcn.p rurv- ( ? SCOT! A: I'OOLK.( I iivjt'i' of the piece To be packed in b-iles; of 10 p-e-: i March 21, '&7. 12Sundries.
la'jlxT. y i ooiton OKaaburjrs, 7 l/olen co- j a.ufu-keepiug.
r.-t a i.c pn.e >ait't April I 11.'ST.I 15 ce$, the 1k.ie-s ti> be iolle'1 separately without cloih i "
bb! 2. Canton
: rosn t'U, 3. rosn & The contractor rctiv etaluiL-h h a cicies at *urh eti- Matting. &c.
boitruI each bale contain 5X(( > and I .
; to ) yards 166pomi'ln 4 -
is rocr, urns other thnu hi* K-sidti.ce, that no delay inivariss I -
1 O PIECES of 41 and 64
tiuiitcl. No to have less white and eheeUd.W .
For SO piece a
Tri; arnr.nn.ilorry. _ _ in futni.-h xrl.at ,riy: l" r'qiird l; .ttnl.ilun only weight ti) i 1 b-ll> ounces per yard. average 9 A BBLS. aaJ 10 4 bbU. Kec'aded Whiskey, I J JAWW Matting.

the contrretor <>i :igil f.ti's promptly tocn'niv| vith OTKADY r.MF'I.OYM'iNT in a .! huoin.s niJ 1 1I ll.ei/v.ici irts, uti'lerfhiiM, drawers and junipers 2 Mcuonubala j 1 piece of 8-4 floor Gil Cloth, *

NEW CAEEIAGE SHOP. a repiii'ion. :he vl.i-.f *<-f the liuieau of 1'i-or.i.ns iJ uru.ht f *. 110 a ; ::: .: i'.r r.r- nuiTht '1u M:mV i-f il uinel I k-e thp "bujre.'I C ch-.ice Sngar. 4 Ib's. French Bread, 2 pieces oi Oil Cloth for Table Cover. :

and Clotliin; cl.a'I beau hoi 1/eil to direct r
:E un'lerij-jied! b-gs It-ave to mfurm the ,tiU3 -. to be made to nupj.ly th lU-r-ok-ncy, unutr the jxnaty !- ..\ .'iil I.V.7.: '4 J. L H I H:irnv-av. \II. I. ii.cl.es in width ; wihiht. 12 ounchea 31-100 per McNAUGUT. ORMOND CO. March 28. '57. 1 3-St

JL sa -!! 'l alii.iiast.ee; unl -.intiu'tv. that be has tb expie1-' ii: the ocnli.ict ; tW record of a jaril. U.\tuie, 4 by 1 to 1-liJ inch. March 2107. 12 I

cprutd a 1'rovisi'tns r.n I Cli.thinjr. ur at either of the n.iv\- -
Livery Slablcs, rdsaforesjul 65v! ll be evidence that Ei.ei! rcqui-i- 1 1 SACKS LTVEHPfOL. in fine orJer, en in \vi'Ilj.: uiiJ alvijit 10 yards in the piece, double Rice-Fresh Rice mIlE Book Bindery of McDOUQALL A HOBBY, .
thread: an.l tilling weight 8 ounces 23-100 JL is in
: the! ui.lii! ; forme*ly occupied by J. L. Groaer, tion has be'jn ma'leand received. _I_ ci j laiflitig p r Ti'm-s. Rn-1 I fir sale hv yard textnie warp 9 by 10 t;j J inch. per K WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice toanirevw Mareh again' operation.
; 21 67.
H.ere h"W i prjjjied tn do all Kinds of work in Lislijfc Two or more approve* Rtiretiee. in a ssiin rqn.il t to c.NALT'MlT! Olf'.iOND A CO. The shoes must be stamped with the contractor's in a few das direct from Charleston. Send 12 *

at tie tl &:itft ii..ee nud tn the most the estimated amount of the Oiflt met. Mill be n-cj'jir- A pi il 4. 1857. It lunie, iri.iiber: of ho and year when made; the sizes in ycur orders and have it marked, you who want.
ed. airl twenty per Centura in ndliti.un v ill lie w tli- Seed Bice.
RLASOXABLE TERMS lo bein the following tion. for each 50 pairs, ALSO 4
propoi -
hel.I: from tl.e auioint of nil gtvnti.ts aouit
on Per West Wind, utilef-s! i.lheiwise orlereJ.iz : 4 of No. 5. 9 ufNo 6, 150 Boxes of Manufactured TOBACCO at lover 1 A A BUSHELS SEED RICE,for sale by
fch os cania e painting nnd\ ] trimming; mating rew thereof as collateral security, to s< ctre its ififtrmanee 1U U
12 cf No. of No. 8 t of No. 9 3 of No. 10 1 of HOPKINS d MEGINNHS.
!> 'gzis juJ vigons: nnd all kinds lepairicg. Hav- anti not in any c-vftit to l IK. paid until it i ii in FROM NEW YORK. 7,12 prices than you pay this Spring in the big city of j March 21, '57. 12

i;.; piocvitd! n ant rate all -?pectci>inplit'! i with ; eir'-tv j er c> ,ntiim ofthnmount .- I BAGS Rio Ci.ftW, No. 11.' New York. For further particulars enquire at .
confirm in all
to to the
of al!l !eiv! ties uu-He vill be p.-iiil bv tiny sen. 55 Tieire lie They are respects samples D. LADD, Newport I
Carriage Painter and Tritrmer nt the and t< be delivered in boxes and Summer
yard j good strong March 21/57. 12 Spring Styles
\ agent witl.in thirty days :iftr (.!!}*, ihjly auth' n'i- 10 Boies A'Limtine Cjiulles '
from New Ynilc the ned i to tlo 60; pairs in each The name of the contractor,con -
tn this kiti'l ofi'nk well nnJ ia the latest it tents, an1 l the year whei made marked oc each box.
it style, as Bljnl: f' ntis of proposals' niiy be obt.iinod) on nj>- } 25 No. 1. S-ap. The calfskin and the kipskiu shoes to be packed in French Flowers, SUBSCRIBERS have rec ifed by tie hat
ChI be elegant
All th"5eal.0 liavis this kind of Trr.ilf to do. nnd I Ivih { sei'-uate boxts.'llnj ARTIFICIALS & C. & C I IB assortment
latnpsh're ; Htou.. New York Philiidflphi.i! !; Baltimore 25; UoxeCheese, 1ADIES DRESS GOODS
f woolen sucks must be woven or knit indigo eoosisthsg
it 3 3ne ia a n.anini thut will not fail to give N mixed, iiMitil, all wool, and! of Amt'lean manufacture. sty c
tiLcliou, wculJ tiovrell lo call on A record or duplicate of the letter iiifcrnii tea bidder i of the above, selected in New York from of Path Printed Organdies on plaid and clotfai
inched fout inches plaid
ALSO I N<> 1 leg IS 11 ; ten dozen
Wil. KUHSS. 6f the accepU.nce of hi< pr'poua1. will be Jreni'ti 1a { the latest European importation expressly for this from plain to full chintz colored.
h-ill three and shall be
pounds n-j one pair
My2. :;7. 18 uotificatimi tlict edf. within the tCJIiil'2 ( f Jheuct of I SI arch, Pickles, evtrv" market. BUTLER less than three nini !i half oniKett. No. 2, leg 12 inches ,
1846. and hbil\ will be mn toot; ten inches ten dozen eh.ill two
Just Received with this nndeistan-hnp. : CMer! Lobsters, \ ; Printed
| Barege robes, desiena
pounds twu lye ounces, sui'l no one pair shall be le Every offer made must be a'-i-ompinied (as diree i (>r<*ntiil Gingt-r, As-orNn! Candy, than three and one u'uitiT ounces. The socks shall MANTILLASFOR Grenadine robot, striped Brocade and China
-. .g& Per WILD PIGEON: ted l in the act of(Vin; ts8 inikin: .. ii|P1|n in quality fully equal
the nival: service fr 18-16-47, iippi<>-. -tl I luth 4 tiziit. ( F. r F:il. f-r CASH" i./ II:. H. 1lIlflY..hich
125 BBLS. Superfine and extra Familv// 1846)) by a written gunnutw *irticd{ by ona 'ir more j .. S,57. In Tne sample riirtUif-s's must weigh ten pounds iuclu'liug I THE Double skirted Marquise Flooocea, together with a
25! Bbla. Rectified, "Wliskey, responsible per onc. to the i-fft'et that he <>r Lucy nnriertake F ticking, \ihith is Lu, lie cut rt fiet in length and SI inches Spring and Summer of 1857. beautiful assortment of Linen Cambrics tg drtea
10 JleBs Pork that the bidder or bidders will if hi* or the r i Ladies Dress Goods in v1 hh. Iheeis mud meiisure 71 niches patterns white printed add Polka spot BnfliiitH,
A bid accepted, cuter into an obligation within tt-n SUBSCRIBERS have received bv Express printed Percales 10 great variety, A&. AOL. Ac. 4 -
ichr& in hair THE
II 2 Beef. JUST RECEIVED : MI length :IIIC1 i 29 : wi.lth. The ticking
days with good and sufficient sun-ties, to furnish the few of those most Fashionable and by far the BUTLER A DENHAM.
10 Hhds.Side and Shoulders, supplies pioposed. The bureau wilt! not be obli! atcil A iuc: ;E. Organdie, Flounced Robe, uml covers must conform to samples. most desirable, March 14.57. 11
B nankin lie the best blue American nankin
The must ,
E Tierces Dcffiel Sugar cared Hatss, to consider proposal tinl'-SR, nnied by the Jucouet., Liwu .Mixl,! Hiilli nt Flounced B.'ibe5, .
any accomj threads 4 hi-cadi the Chantilly lAce Mantillas
choke article' 2C; inches vtule. texture 5 by t to
R law the of the Solid Colored i'i etich Chintz,
guarantee required by ; eIliIeten.y; Opening of theSeasoLBONNETS.
2 Hhds.Sugar. to JKJ certified th" distiictuttoniey. .. ., Bnlli-mt-i.) 16ti! .>f an inch. dyed with pure Bengal iuJigo. "fvaiious patterns and designs, which they offer on
by navy agent,
1 Box Freth Lemr,, guarantee.' or the collector ('fthe poit. Printed Ltiwni, C.ilicoes, Ginghams, The blar.kfto niuot wiijjh six pounds per pair, and the most r measure 58 by 78 ruches each. A bnle of 50 piirsnuM .
1 Beef Tougues. Tbiddei8 called t the Black Grenadine, the choice selections. BUTLER 4 DENHAM.
The attention M For sale' for CASH by R. R BE1RY.Msy2:1. and description articles iequire l ns, in the 5n--pec Al.ipaccas and Gro Je Rhine weigh 800 pounds, and no pair shall weigh loss March 14. '57. 11 Head Dresses, French lYo'wersV '
than 5 pounds 13 ounces. They must be of American
18 lion before reception a just but rigid Smuai inn will -ALSOA ni.inufuctuie, made of clean wool, and each blanket Tallahassee Sash and Blind Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edgings
the article offered and the
mode between
be samples; "
of Lace an.l must be maikeil .J. S. Nnvy. &c.
new assoittnent Embroidered Goods &o. .
Notice.ALL that full below them ant ,
and ontr ct, receiving none ;
of Laee Mantillas The bluek silk handketch mn l be 81 i by 311
consisting Applique do., I
_4 S persons having demands against the estate their attention is alto p.irticulnrly directed to thej j 5nt Erubrokleied .ui'l Dotted 3lur.lw. inches, and wei/h 1 ounce and 12 grains Troy ; texture T'lIE undetsifned adopts thia method of informing MOURNING Bonnet'. trimm d
Charles Williamson late of Richmond resolution 27th March, 1854, and to the act of the the chat he has receimaenced I.
CODIIty Embroidered ColLis, Eiubruid'd Under Sleeves] 4c. I 14 by 28 to l-8th of an inch' public abovebus"ne H a
,Stale: of Georgia deceased, ill take notice that 10th AufftKt, 1846. A schedule of the three sizes for each 100 pieces ofadetip s in thi city of Tallahassee, and would be Crape
they must prex nl tliem to the cnderf' ned duly iatLetioted April 25, '57. 17-4 w -ALSOA ; clothing will be found with the sample)1 utlhe pleased to receive the patronage of his friends. Shop i Crap and Straw BonWts trimm d.'
witLin'the time presented by lair, or tliis beautiful nsaortment of Spring Bonnets, Flowers, respective[ yards; and all the above articles including at the Rail Road Dtpbt. I. W. BO WEN. White and Black M'_ fraaiM,

notice ill he plead in bar of their recovery ; and all $25 Reward. ltue1ie de. the nece-rf.iry buttons, rings, tc., are to'be fully equal March 7. '67. 10 Plain Straw

per."ii8 in !ebl J to said estate are hereby noliSed.to from the subscriber's plantation For s-xle by O A! J. 11EGINNISS. in the quality, color, texture, weight, and finish of I Hair Neapolitand. *
make Jinir.riJ'atc RUNAWAY March 28 '.17.FROM. conform in sizes and woikinotibhip Flat Bloomer, Gipai. Shaker Hood, lafint L-
jnymeiit. cotuty. Git. about the mMil'eof m.ituiul, and pattern, James Island1 CottonlSeed horn, Ctborg, Ac, Ao.
ELDR1DGE C. WILLIE MSOS, Adinfr. .ji. Match, a ntpro boy bv the mine of TOM. i- '' ,, -4-s to sU.I l nample" -
Hay 2. *67. 4 18-8w about twenty-rme yeaia old. of very black skin, and Per W. R. Pettis, The number or quality which tfill be required of IST YEARS GROWTH IN FLORIDA. Ribbons Head Dresses of the moat onanrpasaed far style and Ttr! tj

low f>i ehead. about} 5 uml feet huh. He is pndua-l Nf-.W ORLEANS.P.ULS. each of (the foregoing articles cannot, be precisely slated. 9 A C\\ BUSHELS Sea Islands Cotton Seed, from black and white Rnabea exquisite designs Jn great Ta-
nety, medium and
Notice.SIX blv in Florida. HS he liis a wife in the neiijhbourhfwul It will not be less, however, than the quantity AJSo, Ca. Oiiginally. The Cotton from wide Blond narrow

ivteVs from date. I hall apply lo the Honor of M< iticell(,, Flu. The abuve rewunl, \\ill be p.tid r( ) Family Fl-nr. specific'I in the .fort.ginng listf The contracts will, this seed commands readily born 75 eta, tn $ioo per ,appertaining Edgings to, Zephyr this Lao and aB of ctacr aXaduc articles

- Judire of Probiiie, ofLe.'n county, fur letters for his being lodged in tiny Jail in this State or uiGeorgia. t 25 I5', RftiififJVhiskey, tlwrefore, be made for the quantity of tach article so pound Jn the Charleston market. For sale at SI.00 toilet BUTLEJl departmaot A DENHAM.

aJujiuutration, on the estate cf E. A Shuler.decd. SARAH CU.NNING1IAM. 1 x Snx.kfl leefi'ongue.I Beef. specified, and for such further quantity as the bureau per Bushel by. R. H. BERRY. March 14. '87. 11

late i'fs&id county.. J. B.J EFf CO AT. April 25. '57._17-4t__ 2 Ilh'k Clioice Siyar., :nay require. The pi-ice must be uniform at all the March 14. '57. 11Groceries. -

lLiv-2'fi7.. I 186wNotice. Bacon and Flour. For .ilf f..r CASH BY R. H. BERRY.SI -etatione.All the above articles must be subject to such 5n- Summer; 1857/-

;.rcli 28. *.r 7. 13 the the chief of this GOODS air *
spectiou at place delivery as detctiprkm an*** -
Q BBLS. SUGAR, various -
'O bureau direct and no article will be received ) qualities. w ment-on: -
nwy ;
4 Hh Is. Baton Sides, _ O
wxks: from date. I will apply to the Honora Spring and Summer that is not fully equal to the sample in every respect 20 sacks COFFEE, 10-4 and ll AIIaodalttfibMtiag; 4
SIX Judge of Probate of Leon county. tT letters And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH LREAD. and which does nut conform to the stipulations and Butter, Pilot Bread, Crackers, Barley, PilLhrCaaLb ,

of adnuhtstratiuo oa the estate of Mary M. Toirnsvnd, Landing from the Fettis, and for gale bylicNAUGHT provisions of the contract to be made. Peas. Beans, Tobaccos, Wine, o-fraod.104 OoonUrptiMa -

deceased, late of said county OBMOK'D & CO. The whole must be delivered at the risk and expense LmcpioM. Ale and Porter, Vinegar. Sauce. Cambriea/Jaeo .ta, :

LYMAN SMITH.May2 April 18, '67. 18dies' of the contractOr Each box und bale to beniarked'vfth Pickles, Soap. Soda Shot, Lead. Oils Plaid llnalia; >. p
7. 18- w Subscribers are now receiving their Spring the contractor's name. The inm>ecting A full supply of all articles in this lin., landing Pan. S
Dress Goods.WISS THE be the per Mystic, and for tale by _, Swia '
Summer Stock of Goods, consisting of almost officers trf appointed by Navy Department.Th -.4

DENTISTRY.DB. MUSLINS, plain aud figured, every article wanted in offers must distinguish the prices for each JloNAUQHT.-ORMOND' fc CO. Embroidered 6 wl U* SLu .& s '
S Cambric 4' '. "chectod, Dry Goods, China-ware, article mentioned in a'dssC and must be calculated Newport, 14, 67. 11 BRItLUKTES... \

T. J. CUR LE, Linen Lawn, French Prints, etc. ? Straw Goods, Crockery.\faro, to cover every expense attending-the fulfilment of the Dr. A. W. DAVIS D D. S. Phm and fancy Mamille*, '. .
ILL coot ioue.ia future, the practice of DEN Landing-from Sampson, and for sale bv Hard-ware Groceries fec. contract, including the neeessiry buttons.In ed1cuiclot" -
W in Sooth kind McNAUOHT, ORMOtfD A CO.AprillS57. case of failure otrthe part of the contractors to -Patent frinolI
TISTRY. Georgia, sod Middle .,
Which they offej at moderate priees. PRACTICING DENTIST ,
16 ; deliver the several articles which may be >rdered from
EastFLmtU. He has had several practical sitti414WiM..,
years expe- U. & J. MEGLNN 153 -
: them in time and of the chief "
., rieitce ia < last three which baabeeuittboseseciin.ofcuuzjtry. proper proper TALLAHASSE
the.profeuioo,Uvj of FLORIDA. .
Msrcb2S57.13St MULLSq ;
of ProviiA and st U bw&otbonzed -* -
Gloves & HdkCs. of the 3ore u n* Clothing '
Hi work of the Hosiery
to direct tb be mad 27, 1858. 62Dr'P..RJ4EWIS _
tao t beautrful aad dura We fharaeter and smtufaeticnii T iWESV Miwes; Oentl&UjetM*, and D y.' Hose flTI4 A D Q -A LARGE lot 'just. of what msv purchase be required oc to supply purchase dsfifcieaey* ontjer -

guaraatera ia v!ry *DIt.PCE.Alleutwtnik&ons.seutW JLj stud half Hose ceivwl byT, : ..t :
the penalty to be expressed io the eontracti-the- $ ;- :..
Moptictllo. Fli wiB McDOUOALL 4 HOBBY.'
Buck TLrtraJ and'Lislt Gloves; ,
record of thereof, at z_
a requiei too or a duplieaU
receive-atteatioa A* soon at prwiou Twilled Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfa. March 21, '57. 12Oats. eopj t1E'
engaevmeot Eugliih :
trlil % the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing or a* either of -.: 0W1S notIce to lot friend od pat ,

permit. %___ ;_______ Landing per Sampson and for OHMO'NApril sale brAlcNAUGHT the n&vyyards aforeaaid,' hftll be evideace that such, tht be ii now in iosesion oL
-& CO. 12OO aii
requuitiob hasiJerti made and received; All the latest hoproretoenUb Deotrr- iamb

fpzxtEcEs : 18. 'ST. 16 BUSHELS, lauding per Mystic, nod for Two or more approved sureties'ra sueEua to tryi lslTbeextr etk ofTtetb. without brododnypaia.'br p'

.Hew. J.L. &XWA&9, 1 sale by the estimated amount of the respective contracts'wifl : tha akt'of a local AppUcatfon, which eootiatam : .. ,; -

Ho*. P. E. Lov J Thomas vrn ,.fl a. = VermifdgeSr -. MoN AUGHT, ORMOND & COT be required, and twenty per centumwill be withheld applying an anificiol fretiing mUtor to the parta -

Hoar. W S, DitwoatE, /?A DOZEN Fahnwtocks Veinufuge, NevjortMarch14'b7. 11 from the amount of all payment* on account -thereofas until folly benumbed.' 2d,Tbe immedistetnsertioo ofa
JUr.J7..E. i Monticello, Pla. OU 48 ""MeLan:'t 44 collateral security,and not ill any rent to be paid Temporary Set,'on Gutta Fercha,.which can be

.. 8 ., JaneiToDi Provisions.SIDE9 ontil it is in nil respects complied-with; and eigbU worn -with,comfort, mod ease? till the pups are-folly

9.0rL .5 1frc 24 *, trr/yiDfa4Shotibr\7wm( ,- per centum of the amount pf all deliveries made will prepared for a pertnABeti Sefj* then iourted ojtbat

-OELM.W -A1rii; .. I vertwJfit'rowa : Shoulders'and! 1es Pork, landjng: per be paid! by the navy agent within thirty, days after;' beIit1U1I&n called eooCowma Gums,which art
au1oniu.W7a SdQiL'&& r, -- tip. and tor into! by* <. ', triplicate billa doly anthenOcated shall bebeen* to much worn aad adn r.d, for tyitnvgtb, and .

: 'I : .v AMES -- .McNAUGHT, ORMOND"" CO preMcttd to tb.m. perfect ekaoHaen.l .
1I -4 Nor1Jcb1c'b1.!: 11 $ I85L; ; 2t. -
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of Plain
\ Ware,and dealer,all.khidA
; *f BROKAW A ,TJ1 ANTHB TALLAHASSEE, 0Arthur's he citizens
&THg'firm? : having' befIt.ditlo1- Better thau the But r S5PtAluLd Proprietor would injft cy Tin Wares, toke..plea urc to Informing tbat
1'HE Patent Air-Tight of Tallahassee nd Lbs .lurroondlogeoofltfy lies.

rid cusbnaera and the public g* *raUy. that be Itu "3JW xhoU OfU> On Dollor a Year. ** that be has rebuilt bit._ prettrvi Fre.\ Frvitt and TO,**- him nowprepared 10 his line ofUrine*. He C' <'* l his tltnkt _- .
made,itmingemenU witb D. C. Wilson by which betakes large Brick Sublet at the old stund; and is now CAWS./o'Winter tT-., This article extensive and the Wi.: CtDeral1y for the "'* Tw..fill* best P.pi.iru.iins oC u.Af .
bia frfeodf
DISCOVERY of tbe Preien 3 to p "
the shop formerly occupied by bun, under the t accommodate his friends and customers States last been
GREATEST prepared to ly used in the East and Northern season liberal with bfcJi lie Lu heretofore r
DetecingCOUN'lERFEIT J3 He alan has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and favored patronage and h. that a contmnalioa .f the .Allle not
fumor'1t : BANK NOTES. g Shop where be will hare have done all kind?of surrounding country by the undersigned who has row will be ,granted him.Lypea They are reconL-

B Fitts & Co;, Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence and Plantation work. Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincimty for He will constantly keep on band full supply ef all mended

aod j h now prepared to execute a.1lwork done In Exhibiting at a glance every Counterfeit the very best manner and with promptness and dia. the coming season. It is only necessary to call and aorta of Ware usually kept in an Ubbbment of bll$ as Universal

.tbeir line of business viz: in njrcu'ation' J! s patch.November. examine these article and the recommendations of lino of basinet A ,full asaortmeot Sheet Iron Curet1lsbut
6. 1853. 44 who have used them to be convinced that Outers Pumps simply f fo*'
the bedZip
Horse Shoeing Ironing and Re. Arranged so admirably that REFERENCE is 3 persons Sheet Lead; Lead RDM; ;
EASY and DEtECTION g and Harness they are the best moat simple and economical articlefor and other articles too numerous to m'ntJOD. -
IR\ Carriages Buggies, a great many their ,
and what natne
O pairing Carriage Bug. the purpose ever offered to the public. They can '_' pUrports. -
U INSTANTANEOUS; tJjtr For Sale P. B. Brokaw. unskilful without the (? -
gits, Plantation work of by be used by the most person BUILDERS.. .
discript No Index to examine I No pages to bunt U2 Subscriber has just received n slightest risk of failure.tr Gutt.ring. and Tin Conduclin -
coerg ,
Tin Copper
and that the CD THE
But arranged. with circular
uDI I so simplified Purchasers are supplied ft con-
AfiZZ Iron dnd repairing tamct Ironing Wagrms Merchant Banker and Business Men can sell al H large supply of Carriage, taining full and reliable directions putlingupfruits Pipes &!, all of which 1 be promises to do ill the most The VERMIFUGE
and Carts CD -Buggies and Harness which he offers work-man-like manner and sty Ic, and ofthebtt material for
Glance. the whole
t a and tomatoes in these Cans p'ociny
for sale on the most reasonable tennn process notice and most reasonable term
and i io fact other cription of work made of -. within the reach of housekeeper. OD shortest
every November 18,1854. 46 conveniently every in Worms from .
Ir.n "od Steel all of which we -WAEiAjn and pledge! It has taken yeais to make perfect this 0 A large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin Having teen engaged for the last eight years to expelling
to execute at the shortest notice. "* MULES NASH & CO. to themselves shouldapply business at this place he thinks it unnecessary recommend
ocr: tvei GREAT DISCOVERY. store. Persons wishing 'supply
the regardshis the human has
himself further to public as
immediately! ns the fruit season > near at hand. ,
j 1i. ". '-'7 The urgent necessity for such A woo k'has long M Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. All Cans sold are mame by tbe undersigned and war- capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he 1 .
been felt bf Commercial men. It has been published > received from New York per bark R.H.Oam- ranted safe. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him with a call, good work and also been administered

to supply the call for such a Preventive d j JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, 22 cheap prices.Having I .
Notice. and needs but to be known to be Universally uPatronized. such as Oils. of almost every kind Burning Floio 111\131,1856. .. removed from the oTd stanJ formerly known with the most satisfactory
nndefrsigned has made arrangements "itb H It does more than has ever been at : White Lead Zinc antI other paints Window Glees of as White Slusser, be will be found at his stand corner I

Tnt to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop tempted by men. E2?" It describes every BankNote best quality, Puttv. Bruges.) Potash. Soda. Sparkling Piano Fortes. of 200 foot street where be will be glad to -waiton results to various animals'

an i ban'K J/id wilicits. t>f the new firm the patronage in three'Different Languages I G datum London Mustard French Brandy (very best,)
of hw (L1 customers. D. C. WILSON. ENGLISH FRENCH AND GERM AX. g fir medicinal purposes. Spices Pepper. Lemon Syrup MS xn .V It' Fortes of the very best quality, 1,1855. 48. subject to Worms. t'
----- ---- ------ I \
Peruvun Hat k. Fluid Extract Burluite. ---
Inks Quiuine.
14/1857. 7-ly the most liberal terms.
Feb. Thus E.\chmay r.od tbe same in his own Native upon ;
I Tongue ..
DAVID E. HULL i he paper will be. aVut 23 by 42 "4TERMSi Medic-ne We keep Done but the very best and to Quality or price. LIVER PILLS, for

inches and will contain the most Perfect Bauk *S hope to merit )our patronage.MILES Every Instrument will be warranted. Ta11.ahaascc, Fln. i
iuvitc the attention of the citizens of of
.. & CO. the LIVER COM-
NASH cure
WOULD the adjoining counties to his Note List P iblished. MILES NASH & CO. MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,Tli AND SHEET':

Together with the rate of Discount. March 20. 1S56. 18 February 2 1856. 8 IROX WAKE:, WIIOLESALK AND RETAIL all
---- ---- -- -- BILIOUS
StOOli. Of Goods Also List of 0 PLAINT DE- '
a ,
Corn and Cob Crusher. ix :;,
CONSISTING or All the Private Bankers in America.A Q"1..1in.in.e.JUST .

TOP BUGGIES Complete Sum aty of the Finance of Eu ( RANGEIVS: patent Corn and Cub Crusher I received 600 OCNCKS Stllpll Quinine I Isto"'e RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD-

ROCKAWAYS, and America will be pub'ished: in each edition H VjT have taken tbe Agency for the sale of these eu Brttlid, together with a jrrl'lIt'lI.rit ty Head-Quarter I

Buggies without Tops rope, together will all the Important news of the 53 prior Cob Crushers unequaled it is said to any in of pure Chemicals. AMES A LIVELY. A SPLENDID assortment of Cooking Parlor [ ACHE, &c.
the Co ,nLn'. A bt"ck of these Crushers. will bo on 1856. 14 and Wood Stove, trimmed "with neatness II|
Also H April __ _ __ _
cfa mot Jn eo sooth'ng that those who tide in them day. hand c1.tlytlie, Coming Fall. Prices vry low considering i and durability, at reduced prices. j Purchasersvill please
unless particular will soon find the delicious INTERESTING STORIESFrom Olive Oil.
they are great saving; in feedt5 $55 $05 each Work. '

"dews .f sleep with double nutriment descending;" nn Old Manuscript found in the East nnd '1 for these sizes. Pike uniforn throughout the county. 4 SUPERIOR article for Table 11*(. Just re Roofing, Ornamental Oit Door Front Head, Cluttering Copper : be particular to ask for

*. S\ddl..eotaUkind.; ,, no where else to be found. It has never yet appeared O Forfurther particulars call and examine fur yourselves J\ ceived by AMES A LIVELY. and 'Tin Contacting! Pipes, Sheet Lead. Sheet I I I .

' Bri,tles nnd Maitingules; "4.. in print, and furnishes the Most Complete Sj O so soon as a stock for a sample :n'rives.D.. LADD. __AprIl 5, 28M._14_ Zinc. Lend Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workof 'I Dr. C. McLane's Cele-
Tnr#, Val ct'A and Carpel Bags; < History done at short notice. I'
Harness of all kinds; ORIENTAL LIFE g Newport July 5, J85 27 Flower Jars. every variety brated VERMIFUGE and

India Rubber and Leather Belting; and described the Most Perplexing Positions in ---- LARGE :assortment of Flower Jars various Si- city .niid Country merchants j I

Hemp and India Rubar steam Packing; which the Ladies and Gentlemeuofthnt Country One 45 Saw Gin. A ze% Just received aud for sale byAMES'A Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing j LIVER PILLS prepared byc.J1ii

Lacitu: and Upper Leather; f nnd. These }' elsewhere.5T i I ,
have been so often Stories will SALE n second hand GIN of above size. has
0 lf. Lining and Sheep Skins; i continue throughout the whole year nnd will J Jprove 0 FOR only used to gin SO bales Cotton and as Aprils, 165S. 14 : N. B. AH articles manufoctued from the very I
1 material and warranted durable. No other srtile t
Trace Saddler's Hai Lest
Collars. Uanies Chains ware 5
II the Most Enter; ining ever offered to the good as !ew. For sale low byMcNAUGHT OOtc
and in fact every thing kept in a Store of this kind. Public. < ORMOND & CO. India Rubber Belting. will be offered for ole. !

&s well as some things which are not, such for instance : !_. Furnished Weekly to Subscribers ot.ly at to4 I i November 8, '60. 45' A LARGE SUPPLY of India: Rubber Bt'hing'r.f October 20, 1855. 42. .
as Cotton Waggons a few of which at e ou be ". I Vtwo and four warranted i -- ---- -- --- ------ Pitts-
addressed three
ci a year.1I1ett'rs must toJOHN ply filly equalto LIPE INSURANCE. ; SOLE PROPRIETORS
hand and will be sold as soon as possible. S. DYE. Broker g I I White Piiie Lumber. Leather, and 73 per cent cheaper; in fact considered ;

N. B. Repairing done on shirt notice. PublisliPi nn,l Propriclrr.t':2tJ I I 9 :71 FEET! White; Pine Lumber, assorted suitable bv those -ftbo l-uvc tried thcw).superior to Lentil THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. : burgh, Pa., and take no

Tallahassee. Feb. 21. '\7. S-Sm [Sent copy. 70 Wall 0 I 1..1' Cabinet ,!linkers Su-h and Biiinl ilck er All f.ize from 4 to 14 inches wide eon-t\I1tl'l" ACCCMCtATED: CAPITAL,. . .$1,lOUOO.
March 21. 1857. 12-ly on hand. by D. LADD. ,T'HIS isiut". the lives of other there various
1 1Sing2r's I k,- or Joi-iers WV.ik. N"t often such n lot for sale Compapy policies on I as are
Lere. McNAUGHT ORMOND A CO. r:'w l'tlr'., Oct. 1 R. 185G.. -12 i Jl. White p<*rM>n>i f.r one or more Yt'nrs. or for the ,
Sewing ; --- -- -- ----- -----
DIachines'j' NEVi COODS. I Nu\. 8. '56. 45 Town Property for Sale. I ".l.oie period: of life, ON THE MU1 UAL SYSTEM. : other preparations now

_ _
great reputation (.f ; Dividends! declared to the iu uied on poh'cie.! isiut'J:
THE founJe-1 the fact that I I E k-rr.ijjnc'l] flIT rs at piivuto sale: the follow- I I for life.PLINY .
on t. they r rc perfectly and Sale Stable. rI"H before the
to every variety of vroik. and tint c.ich one I Iadnptt JOHN PBATOHIOTJS Livery inf dcribp propel tv, known as the J rl\ill Lot, I. Fare VAX, Act'. '.-lloaais FRA JiLX. Pres'tff public, purporting -
of them, kept employed. wiJl ea.-n not )le MERCHANT TAILOR i :'.::'fj 1iee. ttat lit 1:13: lUr M4, :2iC;, 2'27. :35. 2: .240, 241.l 1'42, 23.21t.! 245. : Appliesi! "ii9 received in Ta1aliaee hv : to Vermifugeand
One Tliousand DoHass Ytar. clia-ed; )tIe! Liveiv StatU: '! olj ( 218.210. 210! :.',.', i.r 3. 251, :258.! 257 253, 268, nil i January 19, 1SIG.; B. C. LEWIS.

All persons desiring full and! reliable information Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and j William H. Newsom in Tallahassee! ,together with the in the original plan of the ci'v of Tiil.thuec.ALSO I i Liver Pills. All

a1 out these machines: : -sizes. prices, modes of purchasing. Goods.I I gocj will of the estabiibhnu-nt, anti I that he is now AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO*.

..-can obtain; it bv ,applying by letter or otherwise Gentlemen's Furnishing j prepared: Ki carry on the business, in all its liranchej, CAPITAL,. .. .. . .SS'J'.I.COO. others in comparisonwith
Lots Nos. 1,2, 3, 4, S, 6, 7, iu S. County: ,,
for a copy of I. SL SIXOEU & Co's. Gazette: a ---- -- I and promises the p"bl.c;! with good accommodations : qr. uuderC'l ej. Agentof the above

beautiful Pictorial Plper. entirely devoted to Sewiug I am now receiving my Fall and Winter supply I in his liue on reasonable terms. -A L 8 Or TIlE ill receive applications for and make C.mp:1j'insmri flee ; Dr. McLANE's, are

Machine intel ests. It will be sent gratis. of Cloths, Cassimcrcs Vcslings, !. 4.12,13,15. 16, 22, 25, SO, 40, 4S, 61 against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame l Buii-iins '
Local Agents I I. N. B-James T. Herring is my duly authorized G'4.in the South i County quarter. Furniture.Merchandize,Ac. i worthless.

Wanted in every Town inthe UnitedSt.ate to whom Every Color, Style and Quality), I agent and has entire control of the business, repre- The above described! property formeily belongedto January 1). 1S5t. 3 B. C. LEWIS. I
liberal inducements are offered.N. stutingjne as fully as if I was'pcrsonftlly present. Gov. Brown. For further information and tt'r1M. The GENUINE McLane's

B.-We have made arrangements with many which I am prepared make up in the most RICHARD SAUNDERS. which will be liberal apply to A.Perry Amaker Esq., Wines, Syrups, &c. v i

e-litors and publishers' of newspapers highly profitable I\ fashionable style, on short notice Sep. 6,1856. 36 Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. OLD Otnrd Brandy, SpnrU'.iug! : Cider i Vermifugeand Liver
and satisfactory to them. and wish to make simi Port Od! Port Juice.:

lar contracts with every newspaper and magazine in I AND REASONABLE TERMS.--. 50,000 Havana Segars sold the above property will be for rent.A. Madeira Brandy Cherries. : Pills can now be had at
the COW1t.rV. For fell particulars address -ALSO- persj'ns who love to sm. ke gocnf SEGARS Sherry, Sardines,
L SINGER New& CO York., :i i A LARlJE \XD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF I ALL find them) together with some choice, Turkish _February- ___ _16__, 1856.- _____.7-tf.h__ __ ___ ._____. I Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved" Quinces, ail respectable Drug
Broadway 1 and Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug Cod Liver Oil. Flavoring Extracts rears I
March 28./r,7. J3-3ra READY-MADE CLOTHING, I Store of AMES & LIVELY. I Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, II I Stores.
I NOT. 29 185Q. 48 A PURE; of the c-lebrated Brands" He Spanish Olives Spices,
CASH STORE. j I Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, FRESH Clark & Co., A Rushton'0. Corn Starch Pickles I FLEMINC BRO'S
:, such as Cloaks. Talruas. Coats,Vets( Pants ttc. I For wile by AMES A LIVELY I Wurcesteisbir.Salad; Oil, ,
flpHE aubsci iber, on aud after tbe I st day of Febru1 which will be disposed (f at low prices. i Carriage Shop, Aprils, 1856. 14 English Mi.ctard, Caper t, I 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.

mary of the present year,will confine his! business j. Also. n large lot of Plain! and Fancy Shirts, Collars, : rIJ1E UNDERSIGN" bcgilcatfci I i. inform the .- .---- --.------ --- --------- Claret, Cocoa i ,

entirely upon the Undershirts Cravat, Slock, Ho.-iery i .te. ... ; L citizen of Tiillr'.hasi'ce 111.1, l vincinity that he has: Most Approved Corn Mill in Ise. AMES i LIVELY. i Sole Proprietors,

Oash ytem I Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their !;joH-ncJ| a C.irii 'ge Sh"p in this pinoe, fur; the purxi| 1 A A OF the most approved LAMER CORN ; January 5,1S5C.Circular. I SCOVIL. ,MEA O.

therefore will keep no accounts. All those who have i own interests by jiving me a call as till the above articles I of doing all kiiiils of wurk u u.illy done in anliMinient 'tolnl 1UU MU.Lhf..r 5:113: by the Subtcribtr. These' No. 111,Charters St.New Orleans

obtained his Groceries without paying for them are have been selected with: great care and with a of the sc'rt. and that he i is prepared to d'i Mills have \IHH-U fur sonio t time, in USR through;, this; re I Saw Mill Agency. General \Yholesnle agent f.'r the Southern States, toI

informed that their accounts will lie placed in the special icw to their adaptation to this market. I GOOD WORK and nt the shortest notice. -All those trhn nn'l lower part of Georgia nixi drive perfect pat I undersigned has the for the sale of I whom all orders must be addrefsed. .

bauds of'a luwver" for collection before next return October IS. 18oG. ly-42 I who wish woik done i1! a n.nnner that' will not fail tn if.iction.eiiii-Ii''; with vase -to bushels: and the we rI'HE.': Improved agency Circular Raw ilills.! I Sold by Ames .t Lively: E. Barnard, Jr. 1IiMNash
R- BERRY.Auctioneer I --- --- ------ give satisfaction, would do well to erive him n call i Fla. J. S. M. Davison
IT. .
day. < in the day with l less than tl1e orJiniry !IU |>ower appliel I consisting: of three sizes for 42, 43 amid 52 or :54 inch t Co. Tallahassee ;
befcre el-evhere. WiL KUIINS.January .
and Com. Merchant GARDEN SEEDS :! ttyiiiz [ Gardner A Mills Newport W. T. Carpenter -
I tll it. Hi.- maker furnishes a Lurid) to P't it up; Saws. These Circulars nre decidedly the best in use, .j I Quincy; ;
January 31. IS 7. 9 i GROWTH OF 1856. 17, 1857. 3-tf and..-ry one wairanttd to give perfect !lti..fa'li\JtI. I having several improvements over the Page" or any I A Ct', Wm&eenah; Mosely & Pope. Madison! ;

'. 1000 Call and uv.uniixthem; at D. LADD' other Patent in cm. The cost is abont ?800 S350 Palmer Bro Monticello. S.Puleslen. Monticello;
I TTTE would call the nttt-ntion of our friends nod Pieces of Wall Papering. ,
I *
Notice. j T r' the public jjtntr.i'l-, to our present Large and I April 21,1 l'j-:. 16 I I and 5450 for various fizeel\ccording to extra carriage, W. Rogers Co. Chattahooebee; Baltxell "Widga-
receive' J Zei Baiobridge
a large a rtment ofevery variety I Manama Nicholson ler. 4
--- -- ------- on, ;
Months after date, will! of JUST &c. For further particulars apply to
SIX fmal account and vouchers-undersigned aJnoinibtrator present : well selected Assortment ; c..Jur l ni'-l! quality, Winilow-Papering. plain Drugg tJ Carpeting and Hearth I DANIEL LADD. I D. H. Dickinson, Balubridge ?E.Seixas,Tbomaif die.
as on j FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. and figure]. Bordering to uit nfl.McDOLTGALL. Ga.
I Fla, November :. 185. I .
the ettate of \% Laff-xm deceased late of Leon I' Rugs. Newport 44
and ask to he discharged.JOHN 1. i JOur Seeds are procured from a CoM Climate and February, 1857. 8-ly
eoanty Nov. 15,1630. 46 FINE LOT Brns els two nnd three Ply Wool I .I -
C. CRENSHAW, AdmtV. consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, I I NOTICE..
iT\ f A ta1-7o1y-
I such our. t2F": Call 'early or send 'nur orders, :'_ Carpttin Also a few piecesVool an Cotton _meB d3
In right of bis wife LEOSOHA P. CRESSASW. y I
d-)., and flue Hearth Rugs: and Diugget for sale right SIX m'nt1)fter date tbe undersigned administra j
that secure the varieties v ouAMES dj-firc. T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA,
March 14.57 ll-6m you may A. Ji ULA ltl( :
fc ;it D.: LMD. t on the!> estate James Hohleninss deceased. I II
LIVELY. Newport Oct. 18. 1856. -12 late of Leon county will file her account and ,occhI I W Wholesale and Recall Dealers in IJHi
Eurnin Fluid I. January :31. 1S7. 5 his Fall anJ _. I and npply to the Judge of Probate of Leon
now receiving Winter; Stock of -- ----- ------- ---- -- I ers county DRUGS AND HEDICIHES. H.
F & SUPERIOR QT.LITYjust received rndkrsaleb I -- ------- I Is Goods suitable fur To Rheumatics & Others. fur n discharge: from said atlnt nislration.I .

O ? AMES & LIVELY. New Books. i it I ELIZABETH HOLDEBNESS, Admf Perfumery, DyestufTi, Surgical Instruments
; 8 & \Y
Ai9 )) all f.aI1Il fioin Tihenmntic
; Complaint
r-I""I i jersoiis Nov 8, 1856. 46-fim Snuff Windows, Glass. pats-
January 31/1657. 5 received, a large ASSOI tinent I. 'H> '.r.-r" a 1"5Itlr"l1Il'rl ', Injutfi' S1iinduting.1in : __ I Spices.
JUST I.t ( Manufactured Tobacco-
t B'H ks con i.lin5 in pr.: t of Fif-nch and l English Cloths Cissmeres ; i- Oils, Vanished. Putty
*tenlltH'IJU! vumprisinStandard OffJJl61 jio I It b effect ual in the I
III. has <-fii permanent :4 ORANGE SPRING Patent Medicines
Glass Ma.e
Notice. %Works Prose, Pod and nnd VVstinaa of nil >'>; ?!, r..nl T iJ the Vstquul j and ,
ry -f Chronic aiiil Ichctmvitic disenses. Thouwruls
I cine < Pure Wines and Braodiaft
ity."I.i.h b" is prepared to manufacture: to order ou Fine Soaps,Find Tooth
Months after date I shall final i I roaiices, vrith all the recent pubiicniions: l.ave no doubt been rescued from an untimely death Male & Female Seminarv. for Medicinal
( Brushes
SIX present my n Bancroft's an.l I Hildieth's United Stiltes.Motley' the most reasonable terms and in the most and Hair ,pnrpo***.
end vouchers to the H>n. J'.the ot ('' by th use nf ibis srie-it: remorfy.F I' THE situation of this Institution is nt one "f the Paint Brushes, Farcy Articles
bate of Leon county, as executor of the estate of History of the Dutch Republic,just pub. FASHIONABLE MANNER, .r sale by Diiiggiats l generally and at Wholpjaleat. | J- finest Sulphur Springs in the ountry. tlnll is nu1 Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segara...

John Ctok,deceased late (.f sail county and ask to lished. Tt'>gether with a general fwilment of 1 He-tail by AMES A LIVELY.TullaUe" surpassed for health. It is easy of access for steam They have rrcently received a Latgt and Ftttksvppfy
Allison's Continuation of the of
be discharged. TH03. J. ROBERTS Ext'r. History Europe I II lI e. Miy: 31, CSC. 2 -Iy I boat nnd a few hours etaging. of every variety of articles! usually kept by
5th nnd 6th volumes.Abbott's READY-MADE CLOTHING I
\prillS. 'Z'. 16- m I nad Seott'a Napoleon Bompurte; ThPirb'I I that wiil ci'iupire favorably with any stock ,*f Clothing ------Mackerel and Herring. I{ The Principal with the experience: of twenty! year I dru<;g'i8ts. Planters and PbyskUnc wIll tlwajs find

French Revolutio/; Giblx. Roaie IJ um" nod Ma- ever oxliibiifed for sale! in this city consisting; ofFine and ndkd bv a corps of competent assistants will de- at this eiubliuhment a fall supply] everything needed
Notice.SIX I ; I A FEW HALF BELS.eaelm No. 1 Mackerel and i vote his whole time to the invrovement, l.Cbil and the most hberaltern-s:
cauk-y's Ei 'ai'd. 2rd :ntl 4th \-ouni! ; Pxillin's An Uliu-k nail l Colored Cloth and Fn-ck (.%'.sts.Fattcy j pupils. on
wetis after date, tlt'! umJcui..ned xvul sp ,ly ,j ci*r.t Ki!toiy; ThirlwaH'b] Gree; R>'ut-.n"s works; I Caasiiacrc and Beaver Frock a: d Business XHiTiin'. direct from the Fisheries. Foi se: at, I' The third -(: in.l will commence Monday. January Orders from tbe Country prcmpljofilled andiat! fkotioo .
I' a low ate \by !! 12, 185. For particulars.: address! guaranteed,with regard both prices and qulit >
tie K'-n.J'idge */ Probate, of Leon c\Juntvf.r Pres-iott'i FerJiatiil: aad Isabella. Mexico P(-ru.j 1 1j !.
letters aJn/iriatrstion; ou the ettato of John Dent, j j Philip! the 2rnl nn I Mi-ecila-iei-u-; ; >*tir! Modern Black nn.i oolore I Coth: Beaver and Pilot Over- MaXAUGHT ORMOND A CO. I' It. ANDERSON, P1 ncipal.. t\' ,Pbvsician's prescription; srefolly compoan &
November S, 1856. 45 Nov. -29, 1856. 43 fluid Extract of Bochn.
Also.'Eppmg's compound
deceased, late of said county.JOSEPII. Europe; Hallatn's Historical \Vork; The Works of Suck Snrtonts, "
B. CHRISTIE. I{ Lonl Bacon, Addison. Goldsmith Irvir,'. Scott, Ra lnh'a Black and Fancy Doe kin and Cassimere India-- Rubber- -- --- --- --- I Jan 5. 185163

April 18. ',7. 16-Cw I Dickens; Irvine's L5f s of \Vn hipgt<>D Spark's Wasliin 1'nnts, 1 Packing. Lumber.i -
I ton and llejidley's Washington; Chamber's Misetllaneous Ret Grenviine. Darathra, Satin; and) Clolh Vt-sls, 1 NDIA Rubber Packing, of nil thicknesses from 3- i have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousan Turpentine Fatm for Sale.
: Writin ill 10 volumes Fancy Velvet t. Cassirntre, Silk and Cashmere do., 16 to ; iiK-li constantly on hand at D. LADD. %,.
Notice. ] lI. lihary style ; I : feet of;"iv>.i SEASONED LCMBER, of every dis Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to-
Months Chamber's Cycl.>pe IX after"date the undersigned administrator
S j vcjjurnes, just issue-!, containing an account of the Gents Shawl, Dressinsf R be.i. Fine Shirts, Silk, ThC'e Lumber
of the estate of Lewis M. Saunders deceased I I yvishm; ? can address us at C utreviU". will be sold at n bargain, inquire of
late of Leon county will made his fi&al exhibit to I lueruture of our contitry from its : sent day with a Memoir: of the Authors and ext tacts Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. I A. R. COMBS & CO. Fla. October 4, 1856. 40
the Judge of Pr>b.tte of said county. &nedischarged. STATE ? ,
I from their The best book of the kind I }
: JOSEPH B. .CHRISTIE AdmtV. writings. ex ALSO JEFFERSON COUNTV. J JrW I I 'Sept. 27. 1853. 89.

..AFrII 18.57- 16-6ia tantSimm's Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances A general ortment of Fancy nnd Black Silk and \\ H- ANDREWS sheriff and admitUtrator Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Elan Walter Gwynn,
in sets Statesman's Manual: HiHcry, of the Satin Stocks, Tit and Cm vats'. Collars. colored and f T ex officio, of the entate of David Woolf. latent I
For Hire. Republic Webster's; and Calhoun's *ork's, complete, white Ki"l and Silk Glove. Buck and Lisle Threaddo. JeftVrson c.'imy: deceased, has filed in the Probate kets. OFFERS his services to persons, wishing to tutu
tbe U.S.Land Land
LIKELY voting WOMAN, accustomed to bouse in 6 volumes. .. Ladies Gauntlets: superior Linen Cambric and office JefTirson county. a written suggestion that "I A A A A YARDS assorted Kerseys and GaPlains otbendse., Office. by locating
Warrants He
A Silk Handkerchief, Brown and Cotton Lisle be bf-lieves the eslateof David Woolfe to be insolvent. or also give prompt
work. A good cook washer nnd Ironer. Apply Blank Books and Stationery. Letter Cap, Legal Fancy lUjUUU attention to such business .
be intrusted to him
to 1>. BRAILSFOKD MAXWELL and Acceunt Paper; GolJ and Steel Pens. with ami Thread and Marino $ Hose, te.. Ac. CALL AND. Tlicieupon, notice is given to nil persons having 1.000 yards Wool and Cotton and Wool Linsevs, in either of the other office as in may the Capitol. Charges *

at D. C. WILWMC'B Store. without handles; Envelopes fancy and plain; Visiting BUY. claims against said estate to appear and file the same I,COO pairs grey mixed nnd white Blankets, will be '
reasonable lonoeA
corresponding to services
April 1157. 16-tf and Playioy Cards; Ledgers Journal, Day. October IS. 1856. 42 with the Judge of Pi obate of said county. on or be- ; I.IJOO( pairs Rti"set Brogans. per
Being Deputy in the State Land Office he of OOTM
Books, Records and Pass-Bi-oks: and every article f.re the 12lh day of December next when there will h With) Wool Hat*. Oannburgs. and such like articles !- will ,

Noti e. usually found in our buiness.N.v. FALL MILLINEIIYfRS be a p'o.rnta distribution of the funds belonging to for Plantation use, in any quantity,by make no charge. for business in that DepartmentMayl7,1856.

15. 46 McDOUGALL A HOBBY. SAid estate amongst the creditors thereof; at which D. LADD. 20-1J ,
SIX months after date I shall present my final ac DAVIS has opened mind will bo re time he said William H. Andrews will apply fir his Newport. Oct. 18. 856. 42

unta *od Touchers to the IIoo.Judge of Probate Fairbank's Ferry .1' by express throughout the season, the final discharge from the administration; of sii.l:. ettnte. Notice.SIX
lor Jefferson county, as admini trator of the estate of littst dud most liionible styles of THOMAS J. CHACE, .
Ayles B.'Lord,late of said county, deceased, and ask SITUATED on the Oclocknee River near the Geor PARIS MILLINERY Judge of Probate. months after data the ondenigatd win pra 0l

for a discharge from said administratorship. known as the Lynn Ferry beingnow March 7, '5;. 10-Dm f BBLS:Lime. fresh and in good order jest accounts and voucher* to th. Judge of Pro
WM. R. LORD Admt'r.Aptflh57. chartered and well established ; and! having anew RiliJtoiis Flowers and Feathers; aIM a rich selection 1 0 0 landed and tor sala bvfcNAUOHT. bate for tbe county Gadsden and ask for a final

15-6mNotice. and excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wide and tiny/ of Dress Trimming, with n variety.of Dress and' OR110ND t CO. settlement and discharge from the tdministntonhip
feet long; being competently and constantly attemleoV Clink Patterns. Bonnets Dresjes. Cloaks, JJ rRcl. November R. 1856. 45 of the estate of wm. P. Larkins. fate uuiTcoooty
the undt'uigneJ'l'ulll respectfully inform all who Dresses A-c, made tn order. Bonnets blenched pressed month after date I will present to the Hon deceased. THOMAS HI SCOTT .Admt'r.

wish to crohS the River that they cnn cross nt Fair- anti shapes nltTCii. Orders from the country .\ Court of Leon county. my accounts and Notice. Jan !4. '57. 4-mExecutor's

SIXT'eea after date I shall apply to the Hon bank's Ferry at all times with ease and safety beth faithfully! and promptly filled The Indies of Tnllix- vouchers as Atlirinistrator of the estate of Matthew

: for Leon county for leWers of er the water is high or low. hnstx'e and vicinity are solicited to call and examine J. AIlmmn deceived nnd at the same time npply fur a ALL persons having demands against tbe estate of :Notice.

administratioa'on the estate of Jackson J. Smith late HARRISON FAIRBANK. nt the. Jmiwe kno\vn as Mrs. Girard'n, opPQsite the final discharge from the futth administration of anidestate. Whitaker deceased, late of Leon county -

of said county decease LEVI BOLE. Jan. 17,'i,7. S Ej' -
March 2157. 12-6w Nov. 1 44 Feb. 14, '57.Administrator's. 7-6m administratrix within the time prescribed by law, or and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of,

Notice.S they will be barred ; and all indebted are requestedto Probate for Jefferson Count V,as, executor of.Jobs

Boots and Shoes.M Notice. make payment immediate! Jobnion. Ute said' Connty;.ees d. and ask for a
weeks after date undersigned will apply Notice.
SARAH WfclTAKER Admtr.March dismisaioa and discharge at rncb azrcntor.
ENS',W omena'and Childrena'. A hand'. to the Hen. Judge of Probota of Leon c.UlJtfur' FOUR weeks from date the umlerniened will lIP' months after date I will present to the Hon. Pro- 14. '57. U-8w W.JAMES HIKESqualified: cxeeator.
some assortment, landing per Mystic letters of administration on tbe estate of Adam ram- the Hon. Judge of Probate of Leon county SIX Court of Gadsden account an JTouchers November 22.1850. 6m-47
county my
nod for tale by McNAUGHT ORMOND 4 CO.M&rcbfl'Z'l. ling, deceased, late of said county. for her dower in the personal\ I estate of the late as administrator de boats non r>f the .state Notice. .
21'Coftee. A. P. GRAMLING. Fletcher Wbitaker, deceased. -i.-
of James Pui dutfr. deceased and at the same time
March 28, ,67. 18-6 SARAH WfllTAKER. apply for a final discharge from the further administration ALL persona having demands ngainst the estate of, r Qircular'Baws. :/

April 4, 1857. 4w-14 of aJ! estate. HUDSON MUSE. Burgdorf,deceased late of. Leon county, \T7ELCH & ORIFFTTH'S.'and BOX03'S

SACKS Prime Rio 5 do. Mararaibe, In Leon,jSircuit Court. Quincy Jan. 17, '67. 3-6m ed are hereby notified to present them Jo thj undersign T T Ciicnlar Saws, from 45 to 54 iochee sUe, eoo-.
20 Notice administrator de bonis within the time .
non for sale tasnuhcinrer"
Landing from Bnxlie and for vile by prescribed stantly at coJimliMon en
Daniel: K. Granger and James 1
hy IHIV. or they wilt be barred and all thos -
McNAUOHT ORMOND 4 Co.Mareh2l.57. R Gamble late partners I SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon., Notice. I indebted are requested to make ; immediate- prices by LADIX.
It. In attachment. of Probate of Leon for letters payment Newport December SO, 1 856. .... "II
trading Ac: as Granger & Sum connty of persons having demands against the estate of !1y. .
to $275.
Gamble, sworn administration in the estate of Jackson J. Smith deceased ALL Botolo deceased, late of Leon JOHN D. REICHEBT., admt'r.de bonis I .
Iron and.Plow Steel TS., .,.I 17. ,Damages $ OO. late MtidjQpunty.! are net to present them to (the undersigned comity administrator MoDticello,March 14, '57. 11-8w non. The Hdridian &"Journal
Thomas P.'Randolph.' J April, 1M7. Cw14 JOHN OASON. 'Within .
__ tbe time :
: Iron 1 bcb to 8 I inches, prescribed by law or Is published SATtf EDAT by
SWEDES THE Defendant;and all other person (interested, they will be barred; and those indebted are requested Dissolution of evsry ,
and Nan Co-partnership.
Hoop Rod '
hereby notified of the Jwtltotion of the above U. Marshal's Sale. .. to make ayment immediately. JAMES S JONES ds Pxonirro I
PI rKSt *l,%;E. f and.10 indict. j heretofore ,Eniroa *.
suit by attachment, and are required to and partnership existing bet ween John .
A Iarz tocJc,'Itotliog'.Uystie.and for sale *appear Y virtue or fi. fa. il oed from the. U. S. .R A. SHINE, Admfr.Mareht157. THE Broorne ana < *
-. by plead to the declaration filed therein. B Court 12-8w Robert Heir in the weighing,storage At two.DotLAU pr ennnnj,tOne. A ""-
!McjrAUOHT OSMOND' 4 CO.. COmfCIL.A..BETAN, Cl'k. far the Northern District of Florida wbcrf Al- and telling cotton burineM. i* this daY dissolved "
Lacbfl,:* '. 12mT April'. 1867. .15 c' 14-4m"Notice. lep. lleLcan A Bulkl y are plaftlMs and Isaac!TOWIH by mutual etJDI nt. BROOME A HEIR. 'TJ1W 'OJ't'.A.DvmmamGt. -
: Notice.
T-M-f .- ,- .. send is.defendant, I have levied upon,and WAn ex- August 1*. 8 5. '3$' first Jbsertfoc
i br 1f'K
of 1 liaea $
-Gentiemeif s Thrnihin gk r poe for isle, before the Court Hous door in Monti-. ,ATL persons baring demands ngatnat; the estate of iqojte M each sabeeqvtnt, '"* I4. "*. WProeiwoal -
eello. on tin first Monday in L$67. between' ( C. '
May, the Kyle, deceased late of OaUsden '
; ; O. >. .'.. SIX,Months. t a ftr data I.b. llpfe nt mj. fiaafa> usual boors of sole the following lands to wit: South county,-&. hereby notified to present the same to the New CoPajtaersMp. ,ai_ Base" CafdcicHrt" at f-'10-" {p"**-
.- and vouoh"'o.the Hon. Judge of Probate blfr8. E. and 8; K. of.8,W.. of administrator annnm j- t ; V-;
L1lfD" a" J, 4 J section 8. in Qndersigned within the time prescribed I,OBERTHEIR, AND'JOHKP.COLBSnit'thlt ,, AdTtrtMTc U d; .br e( -itn.ertJolWWiI'
t1.w Jefferson Apanty, as e&eeujpP of tb,4 tnta of T. 2. R. 5, S. apd E., eonta niof 120.' '.more .or by I... of. this notice will be plead ia bar thereof; _uI day formed = -ftCfcO' d.
.' .: t'b' Robert RJoueslateof, jaid.wunt/, deceued. and less, levied' upon.as the property of said defendant and all persons indebted to said deceased are reqaes-. slot a avpartnmhrp JIt{ tte. boctom of. ,. -.: taml ." .:." .. .
weighing jaxUellbg and Ud Wtnako- .
Zd1t br! for wk for afrom uU x.cutorsbip. ',and b flottao : "',; f .
( llI .. e to sold to satisfy. said writ aceorHintr to 1&... ted to.make payneot imnediatelr.. liberal, AdraaoM on eoKsw.Mot to theIr caw." Ctrt1I J.1..li4R", _.
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