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 9, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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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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roft55iOflaI arbs. BY ATJTEO&ITY. at Natchez, Mississippi, one thousand five teen hundred and fifty, five thousand dol retary of War are .no' l longer JuefHl or:desired I For'repairs of'tbe Potomac navy yard tad

Lundred dollars. lars.For for such purposes, or so much thereof upper bridges, EIrnu'thousai.d dofiir f.
E. BARNAftD Jr. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. To enable the Secretary of the TVeasiuy the alteration and improvement of the as said Secretary .may designate, shall be And, with view to the construction cIa
to purchase for the United States, th3 lot ill courtroom in the city hall of the city of and are hereby placed under the control of new and substantial bridge .a ron"the' Potomac

WILL COrmXTE THE the rear of marine hospital at Mobile. Alabama Washington, in the District Columbia, the the General t L'and Office, to be disposed the Secretarr of th* Interior baaodb*
DRUG & MEDICINE I I BUSINESS [CO "TINU D.] six thousand dollars. surh of two thotisand five hundred (dollars. : and sold in the same rBann'er: i j na) under the is hereby authorized to eaaie drawings! apd

tr AT TEX OLD STAND, EON ..S1 CHAP. CXXIX.-An Act making Appropriations for For the completion of the marine bospi- For the continuation of the custom house same regulations AS other public lands of the estimates for'the construcUdn of an iron *QJ':'
certain Civil Expense of the Government for the tals at St. Mark's, Florida,'nnd Galma, Illinois at Charleston, South Carolina, three hundred United States : Provided, that said lands sbaU!! I pension bridge and also! for .a stone srebfi
year nding the thirtieth of June
dred and fiftyseven.For eighteen hun- : thousand dollars.) not be so placed under the control of said bridge to be prepared and submitted to Con
OF expenses of raising, cleaning For St. Mark's, seventeen .thousand dol ;For annual repairs of custom houses, thirty General Land Office until said opinion of the gress at i its next session ; and with a further
remooiing, and losses of floating lars.For thousand dollars. Secretary of War, giving bit consent, communicated view of enabling Congress to'select! the most
Comer of Clinton and Monroe stifetU,Tallahiuee. beacons and supplying: Galeria, twenty five thousand dollars. For building vaults 'as additional security to the Secretary oi Interior in wri eligible site for said bridge, the Secretary:
buoys chains
3CoPartnership and sink
J&uuary19I& era for the same, and for and For completing the custom hbtise and post ta the public (jjpnds in sixty six depositories, :. ting, shall be filed and recorded. aforesaid is Instructed cans drawings and
Notice. bering all the buoys, twenty coloring one thousandfive num. office building at Cincinnati, Ohio, with all sixty six thonsand pollars.For For continuing the survey of the islands estimates to be prepared (of'--ii brfdgtt'at dr
:? rpHE undersigned! bare this day entered into a co- hundred dollars. necessary additions, appendages, and accommodations ventilating basement rooms of the off the coast of California by the officers of near the site of tb. preiem) Potomac bridg;
';" JL partnership in theWHOLESALE thirty five thonsand dollars. Treasury building, in addition to surplus the coast survey, forty thousand dollars. another at or near m place known ai Ufk: p
&. RETAIL For commissions, at two and a half per For fencing and grading the grounds of funds for ventilating and lighting upper rooms For surveying the public lands and private ""Tbre 8Uters"'and another at. such'IoUrf. '
caUGB'C"SD.TESS: :: centum, to such superintendents as are entitled the marine hospital at St. Louis, Missouri of the same building, fifteen thousand dol.1 !. land claims in California. inhln/Kna "*R_ _.-H.... k_:_ ----j- .....-J.-L.j4--.j1.....*
: to the same under the proviso to the act ttventv six thousand and three huixlwl del. __., pon.* Ineldent to the survey of claims, andto ble. 7 *
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name style of third Mal ch, eighteenn hundred and hlty J lars. For continuing the Treasury extension, be disbursed at the rates prescribed bylaw For repairs of Pennsylvania avenue., three
., AMES&LVELY.THEY one, entitled An act making appropriationsfor For completing.tbe marine hospital at Evansville four hundred thousand dollars-and that the for the dill'er ldnda. of work, fifty thou. thousand dollars. '
-. the civil and diplomatic expenses of government : Indiana, ten thousand dollars!!:! or so I appropriation for removing the stone wall sand dollars. For filling np rarfu,'In Jodicbrj square;
i will be pleased to ice their friends for the year ending June thirtieth, much thereof as may be necessary.For which nb\V forms the southern boundary of For continuing the survey of die base, me- three thousand dollars. .
and patrons at the old land of D.H Ames eighteen hundred and fifty two, and for other annual of marine tbe park at the President's be and For the of
where they will keep a full and general{ lepairs hospitals may expanded ridian correction), parallels; township section purchase one dozen settees for
assortmentof Articles appertaining their purposes, on the amount that may be disbursed twenty thousand dollar in accordance with such plan as may be hereafter lines in the Territory of Utah, fifty thou. Lafayette square, dna hundred and sertntv
Ije cf usiness D. jM. A AI E:3: by them, o-ie thousand dollars. For.the continuation of the custom houseat upproved by the President, for the purpose sand dollars. .. fire dollars.
LIVELY. For completing the light house near Cof. New Orleans, Louisiana, three hUndred of removing said wall and enclosingsaid For continuing tbe survey of base, meridian For repairs of water pipes, five hundred t
January 1, 1856. 1 fin's Patches off Dry Bank on the Florida thousand dollars. park. standard parallels, township and section dollars. V

reef between Carysfort Reef and Sand Key i To enable the Secretary of the Interior to For continu'ng the Capitol extension,seven lines in New Mexico, thirty thousand dol! For repairing beating apparatus, 'raking,*
MILE( HASH & CO.. light houses, twenly four thousand one hun I procure a lease from the Board of Supervisors hundred and fifty thousand dollars. lars.For repairing passages, paintIng, reglazing and

DEALERS dred and five dollars and sixty cents. of Ontario county, New Yoik, for a :, For continuing the grading and plantingwith defraying the expenses of running the extending seed roam and green boose accor.
rt For completing the light house on Ship court room and post office At Canandaigua, trees the unimproved portions of the mall boundary line between the State of Texas, ding to plan six thousand dollars! tb be expended *.
DRUGS, PINTS, shoal, Louisiana, to take the place of the New York, and to furnish the same, twelve ten thousand dollars. and the Territory of New Mexico, ten thousand under the direction of tbe Commissioner
light vessel at that point, thirty eight thousand thousand dollars. For paying existing liabilities for the Washington dollars. of Public Bafldfngs.

MEDICINES, DOlLS and nineteen dollars and sovetny cents. For enclosing and grading the lot, con- queduct, and preserving the work already For the support, clothing, and medical For public reservation number two, and
TnfTOULD inform their friends and the publicth* For continuing the construction of the lighthouse struction pavements and cisterns, and introducing done from injury, such some of moneysas treatment of the insane of the District of Columbia Lafayette Square;three thousand dollar V
VY' they have on band a good assortment ofi uc on the rocks called the Sow and gas for the custom house at Oswego, shall be necessary: not elceeding: two and of the army and navy at i he asy.lum For rebuilding Franklin engine house, in.
: articles u are generally kept in their line of business.. Pigs," near the entrance to Buzzard's bay in New York, five thousand dollars. hundred and fifty thousand dollars. in said District, including five hundred eluding the purchase of a suitable lot, &c ,
and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Theii Massachusetts, twenty thousand dollars. For fencing and grading the grounds, completing For continuing the construction of the new dollars for books and incidental expenses, five thousand dollars. ..

f. terms. Tallahassee shall be,reasonable.April 9th 1853' 14. For continuing construction of the light and furnishing the custom house at dome of the Capitol, one hundred thousand twenty thousand five hundred dollars. For taking care of the grounds, south of
house on Minot's Ledge, one of the Cohasset Barnstoble, Massachusetts, nine thousandand dollars.' For the erection of a barn and carpenter'sshop the President's house, continuing the improve.
HUGH A. CORLEY, Rock*, Boston bay, Massachusetts, seventy eight hundred and seventy dollars eighty That the President shall cause the money at the Insane Asylum of the District: of ments of the same, and keeping them in or.
fin thousand dollars. cents. appropriated for the erection of a suitable Columbia, seven thousand two hundred dol! der. three thousand dollars. .
Attorney at law, For restoring the bracing, and repairing For bridging and Kenduskead river on house for the plants recently brought from 15 rs. That the Secretary Interior be. and K. .

TALLAUASSEK, FLA.Jntnry injuries to the iron screw pile light house on each side of the custom house at Bangor, Japan, tor the United States, to be appliedas For enclosing the grounds of the Insane is hereby authorized-and required -to causea* _
: 1'1' 185'1.' 3-1] Brandyuine shoal by the breaking up of the Maine, from the middle "bridge to tbe lower directed by the act making appropriations Asylum of the District of Columbia, thirteenth suitable site for a new jail to be selected at
: _____ ice in the Deli ware river and bay, seven bridge, five thousand and three hundred dol (for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government lJsand eight hundred and seventy two cr near the Penitentiary In the cif'j.of,Wash- _
Dr. Miles H. Nash, thousand three hundred and fifty two dollars lars.And for the year endtng the thirtieth of dollars ingtoi, and that he cause to be prepared

ERVICES TO THE cmzrxs: or and thiee cents. the Secretary of the Treasury is here. June eighteen hundued and fifty six. For the completion of the centre buildingand drawings and specifications! for said jail to b.
crrtES TALLAHASSEE EIS raortssioxAL: AND6VUROI'\Dl>CCOC>'TJI.T. For restoring and repairing beacons, buoys, by authorized and directed to sell the old And that the Secretary of the Treasury be three other sections of the insane asylum submitted to Congress on or before the tenth,
with Dr. M.Ifash.immediately eaatof the and spindles destroyed or injured by the! custom house and lot at Providence, Rhode and he is hereby authorized to csuse the build of the District of Columbia, one hundred and day of December next: together with: sit!-
OFFICE breaking up of the ice on the coasts Maine! Island, and apply Lbs proceeds thereof to the ing provided by law to be constructed at Detroit thirty eight thousand six hundred and seventy mates of the cost of building said jail

May 19 1855. 20MEDICAL nnd Massachusetts, in Long Island sound, purchase 01! laud for the enlargement of the m the State of Michigan, for a custom three dollars. For the collection agricultural! statistics, _
NOTICE. and in Newark, New York, Delaware, and site of the custom house now being constructed house, post office and court house, tc be increased To enable the Secretary of the Interior to investigations for promoting agriculture and

-*.e.-. Chesapenke ba8, foity one thousand eight at that place ; or to eXl'htng.stid: : old in lei.gth. over the plan heretofore purchase five hundred buiial lots in the Congressional rural economy, and the procurement and distribution :
BURROUGHS hundred and seventy four dollars. custom house and lot for land for the en- npopted 'or that, purpose! nOt to exceed twenty burying ground a sum not exceed- of cuttings and seeds seventy five
DR. For residing lost moorings; und repairing Jar<; ment of said site, if ill the opinion of {five feet, and to' niddify and enlarge said rug five thousand dollars: Provided, That thousand dollars, to be expended under this!
HAVING located: Tallahassee) offers his pro- injuries to light vessels, by the breaking up said Secretary it shall be more advantage plan so ns to adapt th'e same to such increased the same be expended in the construction of direction of the Commissioner of Patents :
services to the public. Office oppositeDr. of the ice in Vineyard sound, Boston and ous. length, i it! in thc opinion of the Secretarythe an iron fence on the north side of said burial Provided, That the Commissioner shall report .
Dec.Barnard's 20 1856.Drag 61-6m Chesapeake bays, fourteen thousand seven For compensation of the members of the public convenience shall requiresnch grounds.To to Congress the varies [various] kinds;
hundred and twenty seven dollars and fitly'! Boaid of Revisors appointed in pursuance of modification : Provided that such extension enable the Secretary of the Treasuryto and amounts of saids [seeds] purchased, and
MEDICAL NOTICE. four cents. the act Congress approved I March third! and modification can be accomplished at an pay for or allow for the engraving of the to be purchased under this appropriation
-0- For the erection of a boarding station"at eighteen bundled and fifty five, entitled An expense not exceeding thirty thousand rl Drs Robertson & Bond Pass!! aJ'Outre, in Louisiana twelve thou net to improve the laws of tlio District of Columbia and a sum not exceeding ten per cent on the tract made by direction of the Secretary of I of the. same.Towards.
sand d )liars. and to codify the same, twelve thousand l'aidlast mentioned sum, for Superintendence the Navy under authority of law, two thousand I the erection of the north front of
v f..n44 a co partnership n the practic' For fuel 1 and for officers of the dollars Provided Th.it the President two hundred dollars.) the Patent Offi !
HA their offer their services to 'he citizens q"nrters : and contingt nr'ies, which sums, or so much e building, fo ir the accommo
of TallaliajsetJ and surrounding country. army serving on light house duty, tbe pnytnent of the United States shall determine the sum thereof as shall be necessary, are hereby ap ,For replacing the works of the Exploring dati n of the Department the interior two
Of: Offce ever the Store lately occupied; by Bet of which is no$ longer prufided' for by to be received by each member of said board propriated out of any money in the treasurynot Expedtilln,delttroyt>d by the fire at Philadelphia hundred thousand dollars. '
ton ct t Hhjga.Fb. h .Quartermaster's department, five thousand the same not to exceed the sum of one thou- otherwise npproptiated : And provided on the eleventh' April l last, the sum often To complete the bridge across the Potomac V ,

28, '57 '.If_ eight hundred and fifty nil)-) dollars' and thirty sand dollars per annum, to each during his further, That no money shall be paid under thousand four hundred and ninety four at Little; Falls, .agreeably the plan already 1...
eight cents. term of service and that the whole compensation this clause of this bill, until the Secretary of dollars) and forty six rents. adopted, seventy five thousand dolInrs. V
R. H. BERRY, Fur enlarging the mint nt San Francisco shall not exceed the sum hereby ap. the Treasury shall contract for the completionof To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury .

Auctioneer and Commission California, forty five thousand dollars. propriated. said so extended building, at a cost within to enlargb the building now in progress of To meet necessary expenses attendant p.on V
For the purchase money agreed by the That the officers of the late surveying and the sums heretofore and hereby appropriated erection, to be used as a custom bouse, and i t'-.e: execution of the neutrality act of th,
Secretary of the interior to be paid, on the exploring expedition to the China sens and ; therefor. post office at Toledo, in the State of Ohio, twelfth (twentieth) April, one thousand eight

TALLIHASSIX: Fla, Sept.29, 1855. 39 part of the United States, for the purchase ofa Bheering's Straits, who, under the orders of i For payment of messengers of the repec-: by the additon,! of another story and otherwise hundred.and ..i bteen, ten thousand doUa......
lot and building for the use of the United .
JOHN R. LLOYD States courts at Philadelphia, in the State of grades higher than their own respectively I jrnment tbe votes of the said States, for President nineteen thousand five hundred dollars, with President, pursuant to the third section of tbU

-A.TJLOtl033.Oer'COMMISSION Pennsylvania, seventy I eight thouand dollars, shall be entitled to receive in lieu of and vice President of the United State'} ten per centum thereon for contingencies ; act of Congress of the first May one',rtou-
AND tobe paid out of any money in the treasurynot the pay of their own grade,*, the pay of the twenty thousand dollars. Provided' That the money hereby appropriated sand eight hundred and ten.entitled& !" A act,
MERCHANT otherwise appropriat-d; but said payment grades whose duties they performed respectively Survey (>t f the Public Lands.-For,survey. shall)) not be expended until the Secretaryshall fixing the compensation! of public ministers
is not to be paid until the Attorney for and dutlng the lime they performed ing the public lands, (exclusive of California; have cortracted, upon such security as and consuls residing::on .the coast of Barbary
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. General's certificate is produced to the Secretary the same, and that the same- be paid out of Oregen, Washington, Mew Mbiico, Kansas, be may apprdve, foa the completion ot the and for other purpose*." _
July 19, 1856. 29-1y of the Treasury that a valid, unencumbered any money in the treasury not otherwise ap. Nebraska, and Utah,) including incidental said building so enlarged, at a sum equal to To enable the President! of the United
title is become vested in the United propriated.That expenses and island surveys in the interior, or less than the amount heretofore and hereby States to carry Into effect the act of COD
S. S. KNIGHT, States. the Secretary of the Treasury be and and all other special and difficult surveys demanding appjopriated. gress bf the third March coo thousand eight

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT For the purchase of the lot or parcel 1 of he hereby directed, out of any money in augmented rates to be apportioned For arranging and binding for preservation! hundred and nineteen and any subsequent'
TALLAHASSEE, FLO El DA. land, with the appurtenances and buildings the treasury'not otherwise appropriated to and applied to the several surveying districts the original returns of the seventh Censes, and acts now in force for the suppression the .
September 1,1865. 05 thereon, belonging to the Bank of Pennsylvania pay to Henry Woods, and to the legal representatives according the exigencies of the public ser those prior thereto two thousand five hundred slave-trade, eight thdusand dollars.

and particularly referred to and des. of Samuel Roseburg, deceased, vice, including expenses selecting swamp dollars. To enable the Secretary of the State'to'
WILLIAM SCOTT, -. cribed in articles of agreements bearing date the sum of three dollars a day, each, for the lands and the compensation and expensesto : For surveying the, necessary base, meridian purchase one hundred copies, each of Anda-
ATYO&K1IY: AT LAW, the twelfth day of July, one lboii and ei ht' services of the said Woods,and the said Rose- survey or to locate private land claims in standard parallels, township and section bon's" Birds of America" and Quadru.
in the construction of Louisiana in addition to the unexpended lines in Kansas and Nebraska, also outlinesof peds of North America for
., MONTICELLO, FLA. hundred and fifty six for the purposes of a burg, superintending presentation to
JnlyO.183. SO t 1 jan post office in the city df Philadelphia, two the building for a custom house, post office, balances of all former appropriations, one Indian reservations, one hundred and one I foreign governments in return valuable '
hundred ai.d fifty thousand dollars : Provided, and court house at Pittshurg, Pennsylvania.For hundred thousand dollars. thousand dollars. works sent by them to the government

K1CHA&O._ T.,BIRCHXTT.. CHABLI8,.,.,. w.DOWNING,- That no part of the money hereby appropriated completing custom hoUe at Pensaco- For resurveying and correcting erroneous For sdppdrt, care, and medical treatmentof tbe United States, sixteen thousand dol--
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BIRcw r-.rr- T & DOw liUiG, shall be expended for the purchase afore- la, Floiida, five thousand dollars in additionto surveys in the lower peninsula of Michigan, transient paUpers, medical and surgical ars. _

ATTORNEY AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS said, until the Attorney General of the United the sum already appropriated.For at a rate not exceeding six dollars per mile, patients dollars.Washington Infirmary, three thousand For filling! rip the dock, between; Central .

HO. 490, Seventh fffrect, States shall give his written opnion in the completion of the marine hospital nine thousand seven hundred and fifty dol the and Long wharves f In Boston, the widening
For of manurb for
WASHINGTON CITY. favor of the validity of the title of said lot or nt New Orleans, in addition to the appropriation lars. purchase public of.the street' on the east front of the custom -. V
of land. heretofore made by an act approved August For correcting erroneous and defrc'ive grounds one thousand dollars. house, and the extention and
the Court of Claims and parcel maintenance of
before ,
WILL.practice claim before Congress and the several For the purpose of making alternations required fourth, eighteen' hundred and fifty four, lines of public and private surveys in Illinois :For hire of carts tin the public grounds, the drains, fifteen thousand dollars. V.
thousand dollars.
one hundred and fifty one thousand six hundred and Missouri, at a rate not exceeding six one
I Department in the building hereby authorized to be For and of tools used in For arrearages on account of
purchase repair legislativeexpenses
80 dollars mile two thousand dollar
and nine and ,
1855. cents
July 28. I fifty twenty : per
purchased of the Bank of Pennsylvania, to of the Territory of
the five hundred dollars. Minnesota being
public grounds,
Provided, That the Secretary of the Treasury For completing the survey of towns and -
A. PERRY AMAKER adapt it to the uses of a post offico in the for printing, binding and misceilineona
For of trees and tree boxes to
shall be authorized' to direct the said hospital villages in Missouri, one thousand two hundred purchase ,
of Philadelphia and to furuish the neces- items, for the sessions of
city '
where such have been eighteen bondted
ATT1RIEY AT LAW to be built either of iron or of brick, or of dollars. replace necessary as
cases and boxes for the same, fifty thou. and fifty one, eighteen Jmndred l
gary the United States and the aud
both materials, and fire proof, as in bis discretion For the resurvey and correction "of old erroneous planted by repair'n : fifty two.
TALLAHASSEE sand dollars. ( pavements in front of the public gounds eighteen 'bttodrwl and fifty three, eighteen
In Arkansas discovered ,
he the ,
May 21. 185*. SOEOWAED may deem best adapted to cli. surveys hundred and,
That the sum of two hundred thousand since the last report by the Surveyor Gene five thousand dollars. fifty four eighteen hundred and V

M. WES1V dollars be, and the same is hereby appropria. mate.For enlarging the building provided by lawto ral, at a rate not exceeding six dollars per For furnishing and ornamenting the Capi- fifty five and eighteen hundred and fifty six V
and'Connsellor Law ted, to enabte the President to procure and be constructed at Chicago, in the Sta e of mile, nine thousand seven hundred and twenty tol with such works df art as may be ordered twenty two thousand one hundred and itren;; V
Attorney at pay for a site for a building for the accommodation don and approved by the Joint Committee ty two dollars and-four cents. :'
Illinois, fur a custom house post office, and rs. : ':
TALtAIIARSEE, FLORIDA. of the United States courts in the court house, over the plan heretofore adopt.ed For the renewal and correction of old, er the Library to be placed in either wing of Fdr the construction of a powder magazine .;
Apt1,1U8. 14 city of Baltimore, and to erect thereon a fire for that purpose, and so modifying said roueous, and defective! surveys in Arkansas the extention, when ready for ther reception, for tbe naval service at Man Island Cal

& HOLLAND proof building for lOch purpose, on such plan plan as in the op'nion of lh. Secretary of the discovered since the last estimate by the Surveyor twenty thousand dollars. '. ifornia, the sum oboe hundred and nineteen
FLOYD at Law. as the President may approve ; and the fur Treasury the public convenience shall require General, where the marks have become For enlarging and shelving the l law library thousand three bnndred.dollars. ,

Attorneys' ther sum of three hundrrd thousand dollar, sixty five thousand dollars!! and ten percent obliberated by time, accident,and other causes room, and a uew carpet and other furniturefor For the continuation of extra clerk blr* in
\A1LLpretee1nth. Circuit Courts of Middle' or so mach.t.hereof may be necessary, fora not four dollars the same, (four hundred dollar,. the office Indian Affairs! .
the for Provided at a exceeding per authorized
Y t'and..West Florida,and in the Supreme Court on same contingencies : / br an
post offic in the said city; and the Presi. modification five thousand hundred and sixty For annual repairs of the, Capitol water .act making apjfroprUtlon for V
of the State. Also in the District Court of th. United That such enlargement and can i mile seven the sapport of
States,in the Northern District of Florida. dent is hereby authorized to reconsider the be completed within the sums heretofore and I dol'ars. closets, public stables,' water pipes, pavenient.s4and the army, approve, 3 August fifth eighteen ,
R.J. FLOYD, Office ApalacfcicoU, Fla. conditional contract heretofore made by him hereby appropriated. For surveying in Louisiana at augmentedrates other walks within the capitol hundred and fifty.four, and the act making

D.P.HOLLAND,- Office Qoiacy, Fla with the Mercbania.Exchange Company and For completing tbe Custom hdtise at Nor- no* authorized, by law, five thousand square, b oken glass, and. locks V, eighteen appropriations for bnnanfwxd contingent V
Dce.tz.18SS._81_ to appoint a commissioner to whom, together' thousand dollars. V of the
&. folk four thousand six hundred and fifty five.dollars and sixty cents. expenses Indian department, approved
Virginia, fifty
WILLIAM Sj DILWORTH, with another commissioner, to be appoin. and fify two dollars and fifty three cents. ,For preparing the unfinished records of Fop annual repairs of the President's house Martin i third. htaen'haadwdraad fifty: five
ted the or Baltimore, he shall refer be transferred and furniture, improvement of grounds, seven thousand! '
by mayor public A.private' ,surveys to per dollars..
Attorney- aid Counsellor at' Law ,Provided. That the proceeds that shall be ,
fte question of the selection, ft site or site received from the sate of the o the State ..uth<'rhie. under the provisions chasing trees_and plants for garden,'and ma. For : '. t
JCOSTICELLO,. FLORIDA and boilding for said,post office ; and if said present customhouse of:tbe act of twelfth Jan eighteen hundred king botbedatberein. and jdontlngent expen additional j&oojpeaaailba' find mSeagt.of .
shall be into the of the .
W ILL psc3e. m tJae Courts of the Middle Ctr commissioners disagree they shnll choose a paid. treasury": J I aid forty in those districts where the surveys sesiacjdenttbereto,-six tbdosand.dollars.. bnddnd Kuiatora .Cor & ;iiriout. Coagfett, oaa.'
Y' nit,ue!t'bo.... end I/nrodes Count ,Ga third, and the said commissioners shall make United States. about being completed,eigbt en-tbouuud For fuel In ptrtfor.the President's, house and'seutez..j. : ODe bna-.
1Wda tt. 1"t. _.1:1:1: their decision and submit the same to the For enlarging the building! provided bylaw, one are handred dollars.Tof one thousand eight Hundred dollars. ..- ,dIed and,twnty eight ddkrm.of "I. V .

LOW President for hi* approval ; and if the President to be constructed at Bristol, Rhode Island: rtsunarad examination of ,the fUry ,For lighting ibo :.Pre id nt'I'_ boose* 'and ,For; WLc- a; '*zd" ag $
for a post office and court house, over, the I t and .memberiof i tUHoeeof R1NttIlftiv**:
approve their selection, his approval i of the public lands in those States 'where'tb'e Capitol,tba'jDobUd groandsirodheth; ,
A.TTeznrs AT TAXXAIZASSKK;,FLA.' shall be final;: and if he disapprove! heir selection plan adopted under tho appropriation heretofore offices.of the surveyors general have been : around V the Execative :offices, P 1i ilvin1a delegate* fmTerritonieetOtV fortb. :': ..
1LT A-LoyoJ.BOALBaArrHb: r..MwciUJkaitodttMMKvcsintb tbe whole,subject shall be.referred. made and PO modifying raid plan at'in'the 'or shall ba closed under tbe acts .of twelfth, .,"avenoe,.and EAd'Capt kjreet to'-Second Congress seven .bandredIfcreoiboaiaad .

vfflmttaaaibeOotttslBtb. *.fcjdl praefiM! *- Qrent
PaM na..Ebtdet Cuarta'of the tJaitea : That no partof the money shall lie public require second Jenuary.ighenbuadrIi'dd.fty For grading, gravelling, nd.completing! 1 .01 Rapfe. tfM ,
aw.atT-tJal.-rr... applied for the erection' of web building*J.tiQ) five hundred dollars and t ft prr'centdm three,.including,two thousand I rdpflar fertile, the culvert ,acroak ,Tiber-creek on Indiana, i ,. lt'I..t"t : -. ,
OScoppottUtb Coot Eras *.. e'0d0Ni 'contract shaft b.cnehdedttIthrespais1jIAns on the same contingencies: ..; ( thoimnd. dollars pea ,
; u.w1..or ,the clerk detailed o. thtetpftfal. Mnusii x l 4e
:tl, 'bU"partiw,'with-detailed 'tied i estimates 'vided, That sach ,enlargement .and modification !,service' in the General Laud .OIiu 'three' .F V V ..In'.wt11i ,154 by' .. : ::.'! .
> r'thimtoIi.iktied
.... shall"be within tbe Jwro- fel8nbti. _, .Ettt.v ... *
n completed sums : ,
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tlbri1lfl1; M8irM.TALtAnABSBE [ We learn from a coinmwdeation' in another column I The Ky West Correspondent of the\Charleston EDrroa: The foll4wlng il the jCte of the dire Opt. Bo\locW Qf."d'Vol'.bl.pe.CUt has bean scout)- distinguish 6 colored Individual who

1t.. thai the taken'In Gae on'Monday last b Cot.'under date of the 10th April says: in this on the aublerlpttonor to march (site bavtniibbhed turning to made tneb*noUe In tbe.world 1 la the eesot fw 1.
'oi feret county wlthomt .
._. _. precincts Ft MRae
direct ,
--- resulted majority of .&against a county. ubcriptian "Th propeffer R. Watermann Philadelphia, has' the .oclockonee upon againstSaaferd, andwbofcaarbecome M\i&t\A?
ic Railroad frgth '
: b this moment arrived from Pit field., She will .O0,0OO the OtIIIirCcis4aniea : with the}naonrrCctth.and.other

,- .'" '. .. r to the i Many fed of the road at once lab her place lathe line of Key West and .the W QicCOfl; tbe4th Mq1e'z.ascpored: Itt K, 4th ArtV md 11. 1stAt their ., JectDred Scott U a rrddeM not a thta CJ'II&Of.

JT., 1ft.oUTaAYI ST.SZaaonle ,. ."thoughtthe el.c prcmanunly re and New Orleans steamships,making semi-monthly trips V ;,d ,are ordered to mote, without delay, from po- 'LouU, He I b wen kwpn to 1, oo dUet.
tbe and New Orleans touching at the V Q -A 1- 'ritloiutoeeoutthenalpatntke; to-
cniurps1aeuider h1e' between this city VI I '02I .fid may frequently

: Bnrtal- :a circumstances, that tbe' Tot..a d Forthpately. FlorfdiportV; '.r I V '' ., tJ'tt .1I. G to. Harney baa ued''Orden'; .,multiply! the atreet. Hr Is W\old Jthia awn.paa.iagsi5g te

.1owever theprogreuof The steamer reached New Orleans on the 20th I I. 't&, a ,"E V 4IS number of parti*. sent in pursuit of the IndiAu. city thirty years ago.Dred W If
We are requested to state that after dose 'of materially 0 act
t : !. b.w nt Commanders in the field to Scott .al born In
Funeral Sermon af the road westward. There a reserved i as we observe by papers from that city of the 22d. V 5. & ii' ? lie recommends the Indians ; .Vhwlalt, where JJ.he-
the Church 3 and
t. )eo 'to I mail is advertised L -' I ,with energy, and to follow up annoy longed to Capt Peter Blow the fkt ofneAl
morrow morning by., Be>. "Mr. WVu. the subscription in Leon county sufficient t continue The Wakulla Time says that the - as much a*possible. V C. Blew andIsyloi. Hpir, of this eity. B. ,

t Matter Jackwn Lodge.-nssiited by .the railroad t the Oclockonee river and prepare it to losefin New Orleans on the 12th and 26th of V C.ncord"East of Quinry., SS 5'7 24.l Information has been received that there Is a 'brought. .by hla master to St. .Loois'about tdnr:yu

will perform the usual Service -at '( the superstructure of iron. The distance" ea,11 m nth ; consequently /it be true that the 'Tlomaa East of" 11 1-i a band of Indians In Koontee-seuna-palloo-wh Ham 'yeara ago, and fa .the'.eotU'M .of timeproperty -JIlt u.-

'MniBmt o I . . 121 'i1 50lickelt's of Dr. Emerson,' a nrwoa
for wood WATZSXAK is at once to take her place i in the line D p r. n; mock. la Ul. a
the grave of Brother A. L.FI 1 .highly es Leon ((8 or 9 miles) is hardlconvenient South of Quiney 2G 41 2? F. M. Duhlinee'scompany whom h e accompanied on that trip to Rock
her of
arrival James Harrill Capt
and Orleans Private
of West New steamships
te member of that Lodge. Members o the and water station. Two or three miles further into Key d Creek. West of II 3 28 25 from the U. a service and, and Fort Snelling. oar tin ground of',lddt
Lodge are meet at JIaaonio Hall_at half, Gadsden county win be wanted. And we are told at St. Marks may It looked for, somewhere Tom n.. 'I 2 27 2$ deserter, discharged, lost all allowance due hIxuI hla' 1a1m to freedoia The,., rlfe ofDrWM t -
nte t "that In Gadaden have signified about the 16th inst But in the Cretcent of the 22d : Strkklands,, I'V 16 12 S being a V Ft. formerly"lUsa Saaforf, and It ao,Iih.
ordered to
Fcnetoal planters
enterprising .
8 morning. 'atteqdMM baa been Qi6-
past r : II a Morris 4th Art'y4
I' 26 Maj.
i 23 'He baa
Chttaboohee MaMacbasetU. t
., ult. find article devoted to this same steatn- > ea married .
::their readlneM to do the grading dec for these we an - I Kisimmee, for the purpose of directing the "P*** first wife whom te' had

qu few mike. Aa the road penetrates a healthy pine er, in which the following language occurs: 234 239 15 80. of the causeway on the other ride of the-rler. He I been sold from by him. 'He baa had no chUdrta Iou children 1 SlIng

Vocal land region In Gadsden such a station. 10 or 12 STEAUEK: ROBERT W ATEJuuN.-A new- steamer, Majority against 5. expects to leave In a few days.A his present wife-two toys both dead tad b

tJJ-! We are. reqrcsted Jude to say that Mr. CiATTort miles from Tallahassee would soon demand a Depot schooner rigged, under the above name arrived in_ Among the various causes which have produced circular has been Issued by Gen. Harney directing girls both Hvlng. Died was at Corpus CfcrUtl t Ti
the basin of of the canal two days since from and James Beeily,
upper that Lewis Dougherty the out of the Mexican
Class in Vocal Music will met 'again on Monday and presently would spring up there a ht'nlthy.lit- Wilmington, Delaware, where she was built this resut: have been: 1st The want of time to who hare expressed themselves willing'to attempt of CaptAin breaking Bainbridge; whom war hi .u the.nu.t

evening at the Court Ious tle village. The Railroad company can deliver She is built of iron measures about 210 tons and* bring theadvantages offered by the road, compared communicate with the Seminoles shall be.permItted good maD." speaia eta.

goods there at an additional charge of 5 or 6 cents intended to ply on the lake, via the upper canal, be- with its ojst, fully before each voter; 2nd Many of to pass unmolested through the Indian On his fetnrn from Mexico he applied to Ida!

Appointment In Florida. per 100 Ibs., and take cotton or tobacco at 10 or 15 twren Jfobiie, Patcagonla and this city. From enormous ap- its (abstnctedly) avowed advocates regarded this country and has also given orders that any white tress Mrs. Emerson, then living near St. Lotd a Ik!*r
G. of A County has been we should judge she will curry an from the must be respected.
Lewis I'yles appointed peances Indians
the himself and
cbn flag
cents package above the rates from St. Marks to quantity of freight for her tonnage. She has question cf subscription to the road by the county purchase family, cfferiag to tTr
of the U. Land OfiSee atNewwisville baa received a of the down and
Rrgieter Cot Loomis of the 5th Infantry part money give an 82.proposton
S eminent .
Tallahassee; while the planters and merchant of a very comfortable cabin and good accommodations (from its novelty] to them) as differing in principlefrom absence -
vice Thomas leave of absence for sixty days. During.his zen ofSt.Luuis, an officer in the army, .
J Pent de Gadsden will haul that In for 25 or 30 night passengers and can carry 100 Ly the rule of taxation as established by .Iteurlt,
gladly to point preference she najority the regiment will be commanded by Lt. Cot for the payment or the remalader ills mbtrea
and fro
.. also learn that in her trips to '
Another Locomotive. to tugging through some of the heaviest sand dny.Ye will touch at Mississippi City and 1'asoagoula regu the United States the State of Florida and the Waite. fused lila and Dnd being Informed tint

The Tallahssjee- Railroad Company have just received in the State beside avoiding the river. The Directors larly. It is contemplated to make two trips per county governments in raising a revenue for their The premium for every living Seminole orinduced warrior be was entitled to his freedom by the'operations of

forth week. informed her are voted with the side which they assumed woman and child who may be captured the law regnlatlug the Northwest Territory foul.
another beautiful Engine from the Manufactory will not hesitate we think to do this work We are running qualities support an
for the West is fixed at with suit for it. suit
to come in emigration to brought The was
in command
of MesrM.. W. Baldwin & Co., with. And we throw out this suggestion at once of the firt order. Capt Sarazinsin would be in minority, viz: against the and the about and,has eomiatneed
: Phlaelp and Capt. Charles Walker ail pilot ; and we douLt the following rate will be paid by Special ten years ago, cost Dred $sot la cai
It is named"Gen. BailVyj after our tm in order that,the friends of the Railroad inY e*t not the vessel will receive a large share of public subscription on the principle that if one man in Indian Agent at this post: besides labor to a nearly equal amount It 11.

fellow citizen Jefferson-Couaty and i of Florida may rest assured that there is no faltering patronage or just as much as she can do." the county was opposed to being taxed to help ForesVarHor. .. .. $250 to $500 given him a heap of trouble, he says, tad irs,

tons weight The increasing business of seen the St. in tbe'purpose to meet them at the Apalachicola It is evident from this that there is some mistake build a road against his will it would be un Woman. ... 160' to 300 had known that It was pine to last to long," b.
100 to 200 would not hare brought It. The nit wu defended
Marks rojd and the prospect (lrericea t's River and" may therefore act.accordingly.'W relative to the future employment of the steamer in cofastitutional to deprive him of the power of stopping I Infirm bed-ridden and helpless are excepted but by Mr. John Sanford, aa executor of Dr. 'Eocrioa'a

tbA IVnuAnla and ( H R P *. 4.c. < .. ,- Ttnaw that the most active and influential opponent question. If the Crescent 'H correct, as we sup'oe the subscription and road even :' the other I i in these cases, the rate will be decided by a Board. will V '.

this addition to the locomotive-power necessary. of county. subscriptions will be amongst uic it is, the correspondent 01 the cwrter was nitsih 47a voters Thought; iaiiivuucsirauie ana neces Dred does not appear at.n discouraged ly ti,

warmest friends for it as soon as these 10 or 12 formed and consequently a little longer patience sary. The count of *_ic'yotc La* decided who is Episcopal Visitation. V i issue of the celebrated case, although It dooms Ma

Iron for the Fenaacola and. Georgia B. B miles are located and put under contract be exercised before the much desired Service majority anti The Rt. Rev. F. A. Rutledge D. D., Bishop of to ,1a.ery. He talks about the affair with the cast
must w0 mino tL'e substancehas
Two of 500 and,450 tons of Iron for the I : y now and Florida says the Florida Republican 29 April, has of a veteran litigant though not exactly Inteeiat--
cargoes History of European Emigration to the commences. bco". thus lost whilst griping at the shadow. just complete the visitation of the parishes in this cal language, and Is hugely tickled at the Uta of

Peasaeola and Georgia Railroad are expected daily United States. P. S. Since the above was placed in type we \ third cause has been with some few (as every neighborhood.On finding himself a personage of such importance.He .-.

at M. Murks. This will lay Ice ehven miles of find the announcement in the Mobile Sunday the 19th inst., in St. John's Church in does not take on airs however, but Iragfc
following 'f'i- I voter :is presumed to Le be both a lawyer and a
Very soon, therefore, will our citizens One good accompli Led by the discussion forced this city the visitation commenced, when evening heartily when talking of"Md fill dey made dtrla
iBvlte.1 t.ck to ttjirst ride the/ntf mile of this upon the country ly the Know Nothing party has bunt of the 25th nlt- judge) a doubt whether the act of the Legislature, prayer was said by the Rev. W. E. Eppes of Montlcello Washington 'bout de ole Bigger."

o\r get been the production of a book under the above title STEAMER ROBERT W ArEn3JA .-I> reft-r''cc to an sanctioned by the Governor of the State in authorizing assisted by the Rector the Rev. W. W. lie is about 65 years old, we should think,though

work that is speedily to conect us with the Mr. William ] in which is from advertisement in another (.:; umll,';t will be seen a subscription to the road by the counties in Bours, and the Rev. E. A. Nichols of New York.- he does pot know his owe age. He Is of nanux*}
by Bromwell traced
the wt.rl. Who, in view of such a prospect, doe that the above stean>*_r i J3 to commence running The Bishop preached and administered the holy African blood and aa black: as a piece of charcoal.

not fetl like indulging in an exultant o Hurrah T' its source, that stream humanity which Las flowed I from this port to .\ew rrieans expressly for the the Internal Improvement Fund bill of 1854-5 and rite of confirmation to tnenteen. On Monday the For two or three years past he has been running

p for fifty years past to the shores of North America. I lake trade. 'd1C'in leave here every Tuesday. the decision of two of our State Circuit Court services were conducted by the same Clergymen large, no one exercising ownership over him or

Elect of.uatlce. If we were to credit the statements of Know Nothing cornmc"1.; on thc .2Sth injt jiessri F. Delhondeo. ] Judges and of the concurrent decision of the Supreme assisted ly the {ev. Dr. Carmichael of Palatka putting any restraint upon his movement Ifh

At the election for Justices of the Peace for the orators we should imagine that at least half of I k. ae her agents. Court of the State, declaring such subscription find the Bishop preached administered the Holy were disposed to make the attempt, he could pla
.- .c-_ .- Communion.On his freedom at a much less cost than even one frnthof
Tallalias Ifetrict, on Monday last, H. Austin, our present population is composed cf I a county purpose, and an investment
C persons of ITlorc About the Comet. Wednesday in Trinity Church St. Augustine the expense of the famous suit He will not do
-G. -C. Towuscnd and E. M. West, Esqs., were cho6CU. birth but the truth I of *80o.f O by five counties and two corporationsmight and
foreign ; w, during the DirtI \- A distinguished Astronomer" of New Jersey is after morning prayer, the Bishop preached con so, however Insisting on abiding by the prlndpl
sevenyears since 1S19 (previous not be from ome unforeen accident reversed, firmed eleven. At night the Rev. Dr. Carmichael involved in the decision of the suit He declara
v--icL; said the .
I time the I to urge following objections to Comctic and fall together preached. On Thursday the Bishop laid the corner that he will stick to his mistress so long as he live*
.0. records our own county subscription through
Kcsl nation of the Principal of the Wet I public give no r";ubr information on the collisions generally, and the foolishly. fipj'rehendcd stone of the Parish School-house, assisted by the His daughters, Eliza and [Lucy, less conscientious

| subject) there hay e reached this country, of all classes I collision now talked particularly. There is nothing with them.It same Clergymen. An address was made the Church about the matter took advantage of the absence of

i It i is with Florid than that | and canons, only 4,212.G24 emigrant AccorJ- I new in the ifleas advanced but they may tend is highly probable that the next effort will succeed by the Rector the Rev. Alfred A. Miller-:and another restraint on their movements a year or two since,'
more regret we
ordinary i ia to Mr. better than the last (which has trebled in its I on the ground by the Rev. D. Carmichael. At to disappear and their whereabouts remain a mystery.
I ? Eromwell (the leading fat of whose to quK't the nerves of the weak :
comj-clled lo announce to the friends of the State very night the Bishop preached. On Friday the Bishop .
Seminary located at this place the resignation Of I i book We find collated in the Noifolk Aryiu\liv) 1st. The earth and the vo'iitt would have to ar strength in as many weeks) after the fog with admitted the Rev. W. E. Eppe, Deacon to the holy I' Dred though illiterate,is not ignorant He his

its Principal, W. Y. PIYTHS, Esq., who Las tien t emigrant movement was not perceptible till about liveat the same jwirt of thc emth's orbit exactly at which the above important questions are surrounded order of Priesthood. The ordination sermon was I travelled considerably and has improved bis stock

1784. During the first ten it almost t j the same time:-;.f either were a little too fOOl, or is dissipated and other roads now being built I preached by the Rev. W. W. Bours. At night the of strong common sense by much information pick.
| ?,
this from due year was cclusively \-
f.rc..o to Etrp a regard to Ida own ; I a little too late, there would be no concussion.Now .- that n successful and paying Florida Railroad Rev. Mr. Eppes preached.On ed np in his journeying* He Is anxious to know
Lt-j'iL. the condition of which has prevented an from the English nJ l Trench ports, coin I the prol, :ability of there keeping such time i.very is prove I Saturday the 26th, the Bishop consecrated St. who owns him, being ignorant whether be il the

tf3.iei.t: discharge of the duties cf his position for i I prising a yearly average of only about four: j I small. In the year 1830;, a comet eroded the is not an impossil ility and does not necessarily involve Mark's Church Pal tko. to the worship and service property of Mrs. Chaffee, or Mr. Sanford, though

wh'k". This ill be | thousand emigrant But in 1794, when western : path of the earth's orbit about a month before the ruin upon all concerned in it. of Almighty God, assisted ly the Rector the Rev. we presume there Is no doubt that the former Is hU
some rtsigr.ation loss
great I Europe began to fed painfully the lirtt effects of j earth arm ed ut the plate here it had crossed, and Meanwhile, we have nominated our County Com Dr. Carmichael the Rev. Messrs. Bours and Eppe ,I real owner. He seems tired running about whh

to iur ir.t".tuion. Under Mr..lf.management the j \va some million- mils ilistiint at the time <>f missioners' ticket for October of railroad men, and The Bishop preached the sermon, and administeredthe no one to look after him while at the same time be
:ch4il his steadily :intreated in the mJmber of its j the great social revolution the cuirc-rt suddenly the crossing. 2d. Even if the collision sl.oud! Laj I Holy Communion. is a slave. He says grinnlngly.that he eould make

students: and daily gained: in popularity and favor. j increased, and the numLer aro: to ten thousand.j .. I pen, it would n.}t injure the earth. A evict may I say to the counties of Leon and Jackson, as well as Having concluded these interesting services, the thousands dollars, allowed, by travelling ovsr

The jHJsitioa of an instructor, always arduous and j: Prom that period till 1815 the ]lung wars on the I be sjiid to be all tail ; now the quantity of matter to that Detatur, Ga., do not despair of Gadsden I Bishop passed through here last Monday en hi*way the country. and telling who he I!

j continent the blockade of j pn-ved to )bo contained in any comet is small and c unty, for she will meet you yet on LIT borders, to home, via Savannah and Charleston. w .- -
thej and the *
r"fpoli1e, is seldom appreciated by the public asS j torts struggle I Jitfu c.l l over a lar,e space ; indeed w>me fay that .
unite with in iron band. Yours, &c., The Sooth 3Iannfiietnrlnr lor the 5ortlu
Le lut I on the sea between England and her former the tail i is due to electrical action and its you
i:bot1 ; we cannot part with Mr. Pzrros density From the Tampa Peninsular April 25th.] !
I American colonies] hindered theadvanceof I connot much exceed that of air. tars have Leui A. J. FORMAX. The Savannah Republican contains the following
without in this emi-'ra- his found
public manner, expressing: him 1 W Capt Sparkman, on scout a party
t f 6 1857.
QCIXCT May paragraph:
the fnvitituJe felt b}* those )ho have patronized the | tion. Again. in 1S17, at the return (( peace, there I seen, by means of a telescope, when the tail of aa -. .ca. Indians who however. had the good luck to es I "
It is rather
cilieta etwecn them and the ol to
directly r\'fr. I strange see printing paper sent
i i was a sudden increase and the number of a Weather and In Louisiana and Texas. I cape. His company left Buffalo Ford on the 10th I
his Crop
for ti'ilsonie cafe and emigrants
minrJ success in advan j lit is u fact known to all astronomers, that about thee in E. direction found to the North ; but. singular as it may appear such
and N.
inst, proceedeJ a a I
< children at the same time tendering r I arose to twenty-two thousand two hundred and !: y ::r 17tH, n comet pas4-d fo near the pauet] Jupiter The New Iberian (St. Martin) Star of the 25tb large Lake and in it a small Island. After having is the fact. The Pioneer Paper Factory at Athens

him their deep sympathy; is what they trust will 1 I forty. | as to Le more ttrougly affected by attraction says : taken their observations on different points they Ga., .s shipping paper to Philadelphia for tbe use of

Two i than it was Lv that (>f the sun, and therefore it was On Thursday morning last we were visited by a build there other the Philadelphia ln virer. It Is a very superior
rr"n but a temporary affliction, their J years later. 181J, Ccngrcss pad laws fur concluded to rafts, as was no way
\:11 rc- j turned out of its orbit but tie plunet and his MtI heavy frost and a partial freeze. Cur planters inform I their reached ,the Island article, and reflects credit on the manufactory. A
j the to get over. They
.;?r.r l for hici as $lilgh-toned Christian gentieman. proper regulation emigration, and prevent I dlit,: moved on, taking no notice of the intruder us that their corn, which Lad advanced in I. 1 ut the Indians guns had) left during the night probably I lot goes forword by the Philadelphia atamer.I .''

i.nd thcr frvent hope that rest will bring with it j the excessive abuse re-ultinj1 from the improper nor }Leing at all disturbed by it. The only' effect growth had been materially damaged by this frost, informed of their danger.by the noise of cutting I For the last year a considerable portion of the

health, aul i-etLe means, by the opening of the j crowding of passengers on board chips. All obstaI ; a comet might produce, if it came in contact with and the growth of the cane greatly retarded. I logs and fixing the rafts. The Indians had fortified I paper on which the.Daily Jtmei has been printed

; next te"i'l.i of restoring Lira. his formerposition I des being thus rcmyvt-d the current irodun1\! and I the earth, i is this: It might If J \ behind some ofI The llouma (Tirrcbonne) Ceres, cf the 25th ult, I I themselves by fixing some ten or twelve places with .I La, come, from a manufacturing eitaUishment la
t its and thus North Carolina and the donut
matter, poison our atmopherc. How ; ocry reason why we
I ..
h which leaned endwise
logs against trees,
in the S.a".narv. I constantly incrca. l. From1619 to 1829. there I ev.al1I4 I prullaLi1itthat ('ometsOill ever come inI says: having avy small holes] cut to put their guns through I g. more vi i. ts, that we cannot get It It is

-- I were 123.502emigrantfrom ISGoto 1639,5CS.831 ; I contactwith the earth, is about one chance that it We are enduring the most terrible weather ever and had cleared out the way to the water. Cupt. I fully equal, and In most resets,decidedly superior,

Suspension of Hostilities.5incc ;! from 1S4U to 1343, 1,427.S.7, and from ISS'J' to j! will and two million that it will nut happen. known here at this season of the year. Severe and S. found on the Island three large palmetto campsor .I to any we can obtain at the North for the sam

lie reniarki which appeared i this paperof I 1S53 11S,4"4 : giving a total, as r.lrui'ly Ktatt-d I -. repeated frosts at night, with continued north winds house, made in Indian style, besides sever;! price. We trust we shall net bring anybody into
j V Chinese Sugar Cane.I and extreme drouth,all combine to blast vegetationand i peril by thus revealing the fact that we are In
the 2th April l. en the reported suspension of a?, j small one, and about five acres of-cnltivated ground part
of4,21C24. Thejvar 1851 farnM.cd; the largetI i I The agricultural:; bureau of the Patent Office hasi the hopes of tillers cf the soil. Unless a change in I supplied with printing paper from the slaveholuin;
: the ScmLicle Indians planted corn. potatoes pumpkins, ,.
live peas
optratiot gjEt we j I I number of emigrants,.anjotintin,?to 42,63: t'whom I i made arrange ments fur the introduction and culti- takes place, the country will soon present the appearance ground nuts, and other vegetables. Some States. There la no reason, but their own negligence .

have recularly! arid carefully! Ez:1nlze.the '11 I I 2 G.fJO were Germans ; a Fort of ti.jiirr.iLt! fcvcr.' j vaticn of sixteen more varieties of the SorghwnxucreI of a desert. of the corn was waist high. They had planted corn and lack of enterprise, why our fellow-citi
jngton jo--rr.aU vith the view discovering some TIle Thibodcaux Minerva the frost and had been zeDS of the South should not wage successful competition
last and if
partly owing to the attractions of California, having I Their statements the noticing war, they not accidentally
or sugar cane. on subject are
with the North
la this and other
authentic ground for the rrpcrt but as are of the 28d hear'd, miglit: have continued to the end of time, for many
; yet 1 after 1647, seized upon several States of tlie i interesting.Mr. ice, on the morning ult, says the young branches of manufacture. *We shall be happy to
i very Lake
could not be from shore. The is
have not been able! to find anything more then itfom : of the third and the Lave been they seen "*
Germanic CurJ',1Ol"'oItion. In tJlt're3'1 corn planting cane them
18..5 a re encourage" by our 'patnma -
1 Leonard Wray has devoted much time and about MX miles long and two mile] at the most

!nc in the subjoined reference. t the Frcj'Q I action and the number decreased to 230,746. I pains to the collection of seeds of the African sugarcane severely injured. narrow place, embracing the island which contains we can make anything by It-AT. Tart Time
red deleguiua from the West, which we The Galveston News of the 25th nit There U a deal of truth and meanIng in those few
ccpy i Of this! grand total of 4,212.024 foreigners, the : which he calls the Imphee. He has made cxperinVIc.nts says: about 20 acres of land. words-" vltt1tt'nIll make anything ly iL'The -
the XailoK This that it ; We learn that there frost in Houston .
Int'iide paper tays official oel1mnt1ow that 2,485,080 were m.iles was again
J in the mode of making the and New York Time is a decided Black Republican
sugar Arrival.of the Steamer Africa. very
is designed by the Government "to cease all hostile laud yesterday morning, but of course there was nothing .
female Of the I
1.G79.13G remainder the It called the Putt before the
I ,
sex just
f finds that it, ns well as the saccharine product of for it to injure. To-Jay the weather is NEW YORK May 1.-The steamer Africa has arrived paper.
pressure, and OTJCP more approach them with the j is not dej-ignatfd in the Their warmer Presidential election a South Carolina organ*
reports. predymi1 the Sorghum, can be ea-ily] granulated. He Las with a prospect of rain. with Liverpool dates of the 18th nIt.
olive-branch in hand" bat whether the cessation is 1 I and was very much shocked that we could not agreeto
from Cotton and easier. Sales of
: nge was twenty to twenty-five years; left at the Patent Office specimens of thc syrup of The Galveston Civilian of the 25th, in its commercial was quiet slightly hate.the South for its wickedness.
Uke place before or after the of the delegation I the week 4OOU hales, which and very
t :r\a then from twenty to thirty. A large number came j t the crystalizcd sugar. and of the alcohol obtained article, says: took 6,5uO bales. Fair Orleans exporters 8d.; speculators Middling From its tone at that time, we judged it never wentto
is not We infer however from the
t.teJ ;I i in families: ; in nhieh cases those over flirty. .years from the Imphee and the Sorgum. lie lrought The weather continues cool for the season, and 7d. ; Fair Upland 7f Middling 7 9-16d. press without cursing the cotton fields from which

continuance of active operations, that the scspeat".oa j of ago were relatively numerou-, also ehiMrt-n often 1! home sixty Lusheh of seeds and is about to corni dry in this vicinity! ; but we have reports of fine Breadstuffs steady at a slight advance. sprung the material on whichTit was printed. How
referred Las not yet been ordered Ly the showers in the West and that have been Consols could it fellowship slaveholders? How could it encourage *
t j and five years, and even less. Tie chief emit i inence plantations at the South. Experiments on a hope they Money tighter. 93. slave labor?
Ikprtnnt The kteet intelligence from the fron- tner 1. The have been retarded greatly by The steamers ar.d City of Baltimore had
of i is New York. Nf-xt in the crops arago
t grant port entry eruer
jl.'lrge i scale are to be made in South Carolina on the northers of the but The answer comes to us In Its own words. It
repented present spring ; arrived out.
t r ii t the ertc that Gen. Harney has issued orders I in which they are named,are New Orleans, ChirU-E- j the estate of Gov. Hammond. the actual extent of the injury is'still uncertain.- Stock of cotton at Liverpool t O.OOO bales, including eon mate money by it. It is willing enongh to denounce
to Inu the number of parties sent in pursuit ton. Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphin and Galveston. { The Imphee is the plant from which in ancient TIle damage has Leon unequally felt in different sections 403.000) of American. the South and to utter anathemas. against

of the lud'iuna, and recommending the commanders I Since 1850, .San Franein-o Las received by direct j times, sugar was made in Ethiopia, Arabia and In of the State. Money was very active. It has beon resolved to slaver Jehovah. It Is would the have institution us believe and that the the curse
in the field net with to follow -.- double the capital of the Bank of France. on on very
t nerg up arrh ali ly FO, C2S22 emigrants. I dia. It was displaced i by less valuable] plants, for along Where the Comet will hit. Quern Victoria has another daughter. soil it has desecrated. But It cannot resist the

and annoy the savages a possible. It i i There are but meagre accounts of the professions period. Lut was found in Africa where it is indigenous. A writer in the St. Louis Republican claims from Political affairs quiet temotation to make slave labor profitable, when,

evident therefore. from the dispositions that the of emigrants. Of 226,203 of the emigrants of 18G4 by so doing it can put money in ita own pocket-
Mr. Wray say, tLat the Iinplce will calculations made by him that the Comet will Napoleon was about to visit Algiers.

hostile pressure" i t continue, for some time to IG! ,MI were form laborers ; 37,000 mechanics; flourish in any part of the United f-tates here strike the earth at 20 minutes past 10 o'clock on Rumors were rife of other conspiracies in France. i/Plainly it were enough as unprofitable the South would there not as it care proved for slavery to be .
come, and that the suspension, if contemplated will The seen burning at sea was the Robert Parker -
15,173 traders-and 1,260 sailor The rest--al>oul. there i is three mouths of warm weather. the ICth of June, somewhere in the vicinity of Ca- from ship Mobile for Havre. here. They only cling to It, ,or chiefly cling to it
In the and
take place perhaps Hen then b ?,000-belonged to different liberal professions. Of It would therefore appear probable, that the U. rondolet some six miles below St. Louis. Missouri The co-operation France in the Chinese war is because of its pecuniary profit They can mskj

but a temporary expedient I these 237 were physicinns-137 897 clergymen paper with it. and if the paper can find a mark A.
lawyers- S. will soon add sugar to thc number cf its important ia a goner, according to this. cordiaL V
The article referred 1 in the Intelligencer i as -213 engineers--26 professors-06 artists staples. ---- Lord Elgin. the British Ambassador to China is they can make money. The value of tne slave b
thus the market value the
regulated by of
follows: 13 actors, tc. It will Lc seen that art is modestly m CALtFOR IA.-A Black Republican Journal fays of instructed to demand the renewal of former treaties, And the New York Tur.tI. with hatred of peper.--slavers
In last the Government of the What the Abolitionists intend to do. and the opening of nine ports to the Europeans,instead
Aonst United
represented Ly but 79 persons out of 428000. the California Appointments"that it is a remarkablefact oozing from the very types oil which It Is printed.
States conladed a which supercede all forrn I In answer to the question of what the Black Republicans or.fiv England also demands the right to
furnished the that of the to officein buys the -clls for more than it can get-
Ireland has largest number of emigrants every one men appointed erect wherever she has Consuls and paper
military ,
'T treat!**, with the Creek and Seminole Indiansreeling posts
intend to do on account of the Dred Scott cafis thus for slave and shake hands with
w tt of the M5sppi river, wherein in oil, about 1, 7-t., 30. of whom about one- California by Mr. Buchanan is a Southern man- that her vessel of war shall enter any port. more
IToyis decision, the Washington correspondent of the New the slave owner and task master-Iscmut it tan
ion is made for the peaceable withdrawal half emigrated during the eight calamitous .yearsfrom not a single man from a free State, though more male it I >
something by
Ycrh Tribune gives the following outlines of the HAILS ox TilE ALABASI v AND FLORIDA RAILROAD. -
5 .mlie: from the domination of the Creek for' 1846 to 1S54. In 1855 however the numberof than half of the population of California is from the We ought to say here-perhaps we out to lay
Upon a vi-it to the terminus of the Alabama and
th< ncttUment of each tribe within work:
and for the exertion of, defntmtorialit' < emigrants from Ireland was but 49,027, less than free States. These appointees Lave about three Florida] Railroad. in the western part of our city with shame-that this policy of the Time is perfectly
; For make to the inquiry
meu one, we answer insulting characteristic of the North. The North
c persuasion by all the panics on I a iLird of the number in 1853. This is a pleasing and We hundred subordinates to appoint most of whom will on Tuesday: we were gratified to find aoout fifty cuing '
fd l/y unequivocal *
tleS.min.l prompt reply. propOloe to slavery just as long as it could make anything by
.("yet in Florida.to induce their quiet emigration proof of th the The work is still
to the country ( of tLe!Sippi Icrir.g Ireland peasantry.The prosecute countervailing measures to the usurpation have held office during the whole term of Pierce' intermission to yard. will till the Rcad rfopressing.nnd is last in the African and American'slave trade. One
no recur complete
the winter the relations of the the!
anu entire United Kingdom has furnished in the which shall be sufficiently radical and ericcV administration. Mr. Buchanan does not do much I some thirty miles. The iron is purchased. little Northern State-sweet, anti-slavery, piovi
Florida Indians Lave been unfriendly ; but it is now the to accomplish its overthrow. We intend to Rhode Island to
again.proposed by the.GoTemen and a belief in 37 years named 2,343,445 emigrants; Germany I,.V strike directly ut the usurping power. That lower I 1))' way. of rotating" Southerner out of offi ".- of which 5yO tars are at band-the bnlarce will be Demociata In ;her altogether Assembly too of ou pion hundred have and more four

he practicability of the proposition is sincerely en- 242Cfi2-and Trance, 188,725. is slavery. We propose to drive directly at its vitals Straws show,':. Look out for a new slave State received in due lime.Ie" out for the engine members than'would have UTe Scdon in ler ex-
when the whistle blows.
tertaitjed, to cease alPhostile pressure and once It is remarkable that the Greco Latin or MeJiter wherever it exi 1s. Forced into a war, driven in Lower California." trt'mit'irthf'Y bad been "righteous men.thiI
the editors of the city and
them with the in Yesterday others repaired
more apnroach oliveLraneh Land. into straits where the other must sink and
one or South
party little Rhode which kn
number about -0 *' Island ws no ,
emigrants only 300,000 the of the and
These efforts will be made lender the anrpices of the ranean or to1 terminus road, witnessed
TV for sinking In a contest of vital
of the ego slavery. NEGROES GOING ) L-Tbe Chattanooga Ga. the of the nail the President no anything/ave a self-righteous North, Importedmore
Deparvnent of the cud the Secretary has about seven per cent grand total of those i and far reaching results cannot driving flue by and the

eccorJ ajly Intero Superintendent of the who Lave mingled with the descendants of the Pilgrim consequence stand upon ceremony. Having no alternative we but zette, published at the great crossing point of the the rutting on of the Jirxt car. Cot Pollard the hut four than yeara four of times the slave as many trade slaves as every during Southern

But leii SnperintendencT. Mr. Revtor, and the A- Fatlicra. Consequently ninety-three per ('ntare to yield to slavery or to conquer Eolacrlre strike turnpike into AlaLana and Georgia says the number President assured and in us that thirty jive miles would be State. 'Etttuju it eoM meW Ktetiff Jn it. But

of the Crek, Mr. garrett, soon afer the slipulatil composed of the northern races, among %Lone I for its unconditional extinction in this Government Negroes passing South exceeds all former completed next and by runnirg July, 1659 order the bythejfuJ connection oftffvember wouldbe little Rhode Island sent all her |mport d slaves t.South .
hafe been to
mnnr payments organize whether Ly expulsion or otherwise. Upon this a from and Carolina. None of them were granted her*
precedent They mostly Virginia ola.
took its ; made with Pema The
and Western Scminoleg our original race origin.
d of Creeks company present *
a ground we believe the battle should be fought
by None of them here ? Because
were brought Why
under the 10th article of and toFlorida mixture nationalities the Amcr.. the paper thinks the Old Dominion la preparingfor did justice to the collation furnished for the occasion
the.treaty, proceed The present on all who do not intend to Le victimized and degraded slavery could not be made profitable at the North.

to Induce the remaining peaceably lean Continent cannot therefore be considered alb by the gross aud insulting rule of the slave the advent of the Northern regenerator, by d nee, and In the returned Gulf Road.to the:city J/cntyomary with increased Adv. it eonfi-Gaz.tte Rhode Island,couWnt make anything by It
t eniigrate. The necessary arrangements will terogeneo ', but rather as a grand family reunion .. power." sending her Negroes to the cotton fields of the South. 23 1. None of us have forgotten vnat was said to us by
reuir several months t mature, aqa thus it will The Tribune apprehensive of the effects of such The next will disclose the Black Republican orator and daring
in this land of that the L census an important changein newspapers
before Autumn the mission can be actually liberty, promises Lighest ti
tat t the Seminoles in and happiest results. fanatical avowals takes the precaution to declare the proportion of slaves in all the Northern slave Central Ball Road' the Presidential campaign. They sneered at
undekn South God-forsaken
4e as poverty-stricken bankrupt *
Creeks, and will have a country --- -- ---, that its correspondent. speaks for himself and not for States. Free territory will be found rapidly advancing The work upon our Rail Road is progressing favorably They told us It could not Ita honest, debts; U*
and learn that the first 80 miles will pay
of tbeir own for their quiet and undivided .'- its editor. we
posu The Poisoning Washington.ThePenniylvanian towards the cotton districts. soil was Impoverished ; its people were enervated?
r sion, it is thought the to the be graded'by the 1st of July which Is one half the '
prncp'oLjeOD' removal of the 27th nIt, says: its commerce waa feeble; ita Industry Va paralyzed
distance ana much than half the work the
of has the been above taken mentioned ober stipulations I "It is now believed that not less than seven hun- t1r The village of Madison in this State Las bya The election of delegates to the convention which whole distance to Alligator.more We*also learn on that ; its wealth and strength and greatneMvet*

United fornUL treaty the ,reunited whereby tribe the drt'd persons have been seriously 'and dangerously nearly unanimous vote of the pelpleVbecome in' is to adopt a State Constitution for Kansas will be the work between Alligator and the Sawannee River wasted and gone. The poor, tnutratb* jUapliMti

i n Stt means engage to t commence improved affected by the rational Hotel'poison at Washington corporated. Trustees- John L. -Miller, President held on the 16th of June next. No person it is has been commenced by the Pensacola and Georgia South I But they did not tell w whatwekiOwWbe

lel wit rl social existence, cannot but'ud pUt ; and some twenty or thirty deaths have occurred D.' F. Livingston, Dr. IL J. Parramefce and R J. said will be allowed to vote at that time who was Company. The Central Company, we lean North true has-that while the Sooth ha grow Its own poor,u
rich induj-
a t in Among others the lion. for Iron and the grown not solely by
favorable consequence. are negotiating requisite rolling
have a result"Hon. Vann. G. Perdew, Town Constable One of the th'e'T the 15th March and has did Dot tSU
Robert J. "Walker is not yet entirely recovered from ; not, ij' 'rritory on stock for the-first 30 miles of their Road and hopesto try, but at the South' ezpeoM. In .T

: .L Branch has been unanimously re- his severe 'attack. Senator'' Hal, of New, Hampshire Ordinances adopted by the Board of Trustees enlarges not._remained there till the day of election. have it in readiness for usa for the next crop. V If OK what any schoolboy noaytaoir,'that our tanff

O'B has become a'thin, lean roan, under. the rava- the limits of the corporation to one mile the cold weather of this spring has not Injured the laws have annually wrung millions fron the 8a>w*

loat.l t demoora e candidate for Congress .ges. It b now the opinion of many! persons that square Madison is pleo.santlYJoeated, and will:' w.oq .' .-We learn that the present season cotton crop we have every Indication of a greatly for the sole benefit of Northern adetafl' tM

ia te Raleigh Dtt Bforth Carolina. :This. 1 a' there \-ass. deliberate purpose topulton; Mr. Bu $882,000 have been withdrawn from Lexington increased business next, winter.-Florida Reptibli- They preferred to tell aa bow many FresUeaft
compliment 1 Mr.'BV worth a** man/and a well c.hnaland that the diabolical scoundrel hazarded. become, by the completion> of the railroad a thriving -. .Mo., for ';the purchase cf lands in Missouri and can, 29/A April. South liad bad; and bow tna y <*&** eOemi

1 merited Ms ability and the lives x f thousands in'the attempHon. : Kansas; o'e and bow many foreign ministers f and boy many

& Vbu t patriotism as a J. G, Montgwmry died of IbU"Washington V At the Plattaburg land office the number of applicants GBS, CAM AND CacvAUxa .!.-A Washington of her electoral tote 'depend poabralavea.--(
>.c. thatb4dbl11kU"0
A Ccxxors Vraticr DC Vraowu.-At Hartford Superior for entries is immense. There is not land despatch says: Chevalier Hnlseman has a. They showed
-*-.. ,poison on,the 24tbatDsnUle: ; Pa, A.correspondent enough In the'district to meet the demand. by one- gain got himself Into a squabble with the Government ciall>ono ; but forgotto a y' tIt the Z1Ofth
TaNd Orl Pnett Current of announcing the fact,-siyi'tLat" every feature, Court.as we)learn from a correspondent of',, V half. 'The prospect is by June next; all the desirable and Gen. Cass has been obliged to write him eared more for protectlv tariff- beesais OfthaS*

d APr!d m f The, weather Laseoutnued in. his disease. indicated the presence of arsenic'in -be Petersburg Express land suit was decided in a' k land in Northern Missouri will have passed into to day a long letter open international law and the she cos1t itek. .creetIiS.-TOvi&Ces V (R.i1A11.

r .J|U cold. change*end on.favorable ) !s tnl" V V novel way.c ''It depended upon the boundaries'a second hand V privfeges of ministers. U. seems that the Cheva- V

t ebaractey Wiling toward J. --" o -..- V act at the head of Hodge's creek." .The testimony :We learn also that south of tbe Missouri there list had some dispute with the ,master cia negro _
niUI. V fit much activity in entering lands in all the counties woman that be had hired sad NASanuxTbe tax pald < web one
Coon.-Lost MhursdayAnd Friday nlgbia)28d' M to where the bead of the 'creek is, was so as a servant, the master Tim Ef
t &atba: bopcafau4y coUoacrop; fromth. Missouri to the. Arkansas liue.St.Zoid.RepuUican. met her Inthe street told fher to home to his thousand dollars by a property,bolder]In hvVl
., ) : a"nd24th'ultV we bad, Ugbtrosti,:..wbkh.:injured. conflicting that the jury eould Dot. agree. But as: go tolblfewt.lfcr
-t .. .. _QoJt1i1.n t-a' VJ house The woman did so, and the worthy Chevalier 1* said to be |
"f> ) -_ '_I : lo .tottontbit bad reeeutJl'b.'wOfk.ar. .4 ki1I&ht-., the costs bad 4 swelled to a greater' amount than" the, .1 J -0 has Invoked the Interposition of the State Department right dollar*f lor"*** Rlu'.KaUroaoXfiTe

< 1 :ers hare plowed up::ia ltfjtl4s and_ ; .P pt value,of.tie.:. the jury.-proposed, aa a compro-1 -q.MasowIoDinicoLuza.-The.controversy so long to defend ;hi*right: as:Minjjter PJ.nipbtentiry _
.:.- J' ;: .1 ., '.m.ltJJ be 'existing .mong the Free'and.Accepted Iaaona of of Austria 'sln*. .w.1 th. hlmantt. *
.& alngnW (act, tbat'jwJ Jlot .- 1.b ;mis*;that the land, should : ,', .proceeds, Interference >
-" J -, '. : divided ,New York, aa to'-which 40f the" contending bodies. .* ,General Ca v'letter ;U.!4 'i ba an ex- Vw

; ."I. "Jli I", i ,,1' o, wiI1I4I9fltbauwbt; "hh equally .between plaintiff and defendant, :should fecogniied,: 'aathe- OreU&1VI4gOfthC V raitt'brochure: 'eeL.bat Very-3tateyThy.: I V

'.. ...',." "' ,1 -". ;,'. ; J .Jilj rt. tbe 3az&bsV :.. *rt1pt1 hipirn .V Thjf. was agreed V ; .!aforesaid appear* about'fc*>,' be raolytd.iito.liUlemtnt a for dirty,.'work, oluyJdj@ '"d 'W for. thaVoAuttrfa /-!
/,. oI", ;. '" 6 4. :, piU < 4" t '. 1-\he w&:4f:4 .f ,, -.AM 7n&II. / .) f ,I .

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U U; 1TIDt'IThCl: Hoi*Thom .B. Cooper -: Small Stora/J Candles > .. --- cftaad'DOD.
and Ide aJnow -q.1 and Bidden wbtJMt,
TWbig Clothing'
of GKr-kee sauntyi long in LiB adhesion to the DeBiocraJc 1 1 dofhing others) will U fortbwitii notified,, ( as early
hWph en coa 3..a5 7'88.
Nothing. -
tnoKnrUed to them p1zVT
the MAT RI1LS. ,. as praetieabt..eouinc& will 1M t- <* **
&rotr.: Billiard showed way, '- "
TAX ASSESSOR'SLast be tttatII to Abaieaa -
fcr exwati vwbleiiwotnwt must
and hm1 3ml* Jiml t hi>uaands of true men'of the op- '.. 'N"YT DtPAtTMEXT,, ) -. time -OatoafcJPMPgMgg-
witLio f1".ck *, zddtie ord1C requiredfcr -
portion Trill'valk in it. Mr. Cocper has represented Bureau of Pn Twiona and Clothing. V Notice NATf D P aTM T,, : the i ttrulti trantmUawu of tU malL i '

l'i, county i. the Legislature tveral times, not e" -, April 13 '\57. Bureau of Provisioni and Clothing J- Ud'. L ,stosfSdsgcccap1tt '
A moid dQJ'tb lett ? izforiniitg *
crat1c .- "t'or Leon. or riWa ti*fti vpooJui waitjiBfaiM *,**
.Dem majority.i. aealedL the of -
ihe and County
vith-tindin heavy endorsed Offer f.n-
PROPOSALS April t. 1857. ) der of the lCCoptabet: ( of Lu preposAl mil w- deemed. ..\_ "I

Adc. d Gaz.- for Sa1..Aur.Sn.p.; "or or-0&-r- OtMfor fiw Cawllca.Mtutanl" or "S Off ed.r T TAX ASSESSOR'S BOOKS SEPARATE PROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed 'a notification thereof.Ubia Lb. C&M&ieg "f the act of.1846andh..bidwillbemadadaecepteJ eounfe mad for.CJLSH.-1. '4' D. 0 WI1IOIt. .

? fur and in conformity
WE faD JoiN Ij..i>-A parliamentary paper has Black Pepper." Ac, as tbe ease may b*. will lie rec will be closed on the t teriala' will be received Nary at Clothing this offlcA until Clothing 9 o'clock Ma- with this understanding.v March, IVftT.. 11

jU5t l*<-a i.ued fcuuc" the total import ofgrwa i\'ed at tl tt bureau until 9 u' lcl'k a. nu mi the 18th First Hay cf June, l&it. m. m, en the 1st day of May next, fur furnishing and ry offer blade must aeoompt.oied(u directedin THE LITEST :SPRIAfi. i" ;
into Zocknd for the part ,"ear. Tcre- day of May next fir ftirniebiiig ami delivcriae. ( nreoeinnjr e' _
end flour : Uelivermj notice for tile ',
render in (on receiving sixty day ) at each or the act of Congress making appropriation "
All who do not
faarthe: of the *jpnlv of foreign flour were obtained II twenty d' -I' ixmcf.) lit the Unit"l States persons either ;
from the U atitatC. in Addition to three-fifths of HAT! 1ard at Charle.tp, n. MasnAoliu.etts; Bruuk. their Taxable property by that time, Brooki!. New \ork ; or Gosport, Virginia,Use quantities 184S( ) byji writteo guarantee signed by ntawre .i .- STYLE Ir'. .. .. ...

the atio.tnt -f Inlil corn and more than a fourth lyn. IT toW Y nrk; and a.1o VOrt. Virginia nwli qn nti- will be double Taxed.L. l Mow mentioned of any or all of'the following responsible persons to the effect that beer.tbey undertake -,: ." ,' -:

of the acioubt o? wheat-- Mobib Tribw. lies c mly of the following article (xcrptinj the wilt- C. DEMILLY classes of articles of navy clothing and clothing materials that the bidder or bidders wiD,If bta or their I ,. ,Tobdiat. .1
.___ ; wate aoap and the candles for each uf which wjm' and such further of the into within flr e 'J v
e. bid obligation
; quantities same as be Accepted. enter an
or srra tatcn isx'TKTuiorr or rate prorxwal and contracts will be made) as may he Tax Assessor and Collector, be ordEred by the chief of this bureau or by tbe commnndiinUof may- days with good and sufficient sureties to furnish die D. \ .'.., II"8'O.. 'I:.. .-

Womal1 3bo.a.ld Cone-In.. .lye. required! or ordered from'thf' contract4 by the rh cfof for Leon County.N. the said) Da Y'lard8. respectively, during I supplies proposed. The bnre 9.wfll not.be cWlgtted -. _. .:.- .....T. -.-d : .. .

Jfiw Ton August,1652.ilra ihi of bureau the mud or by the real| -ti"t' inmaiHlin; officers B.--I can be found at the Drug the fiscal year commencing on the let day of July to,consider any proposal unless accompanied .by .the ; :TRX't1NDEkS .JiiDJ.eTSP&tSQ.. imf kip. -0
n: yard the fiscal k 8WZ1
ivy during year next,and ending the 80th of June law the of.tiie
day 1868 viz required competency .
: guarantee ;
auteMn:2 second street, beUerlng her E. Barnard Jr. r
;&r ; ending Otn June 1858.Viz: i tore CLASS to be certified by the agent district oo. .. .otioa ak'ut three -veor" *d'to be troubled with 'onn perch Sent. I.-Cloth Clothing. guarantee navy '. .
cVJ;U.i Boxes sliaring India Ct\mV Indiv April SB. 57. 17 [ Copy. tbe collector of the customs. Pablio11; : .
conive. or
w'd on?botU*d Dr. 111-ane's Ce1ebratedVerznfug' .pre- rubber Blue cloth pea jackets .. .. . . 8,000 attorney obtained CGSStSTtZTQ y uT-* 1'. OTt
rubber be
Blank forms of oo .
: Bros., p.ttebfflrga.; Pa.. and it two or gntta.r- .. .. .. proposal may aprlKstv
psrjdby n-in'.ng gave II Brushes cha.Brtwhee NOTICE. Ioundjackets. .. .. . 3.000 New ,
Skating to the at Portsmouth ;Orsoadai
ajreot CLbtx
"'b 'b tadtte effect of cwumff the child toaiberorwormi. Blue ciotb trowsers .. nary I ,Barege .
ooa.t.J. .. .. .. 6.000
te-p scrubbing Cttnibe 6n':India rub invite our friends aud the public to cal and Hal p9hire. Boston. New York, Philadelphia, BaltImore and Organdie Bounced Rob**, .
nll The caad U now WE Bue! Mtiuet trow .. ...
en- ..
d l b.1r. lllarr ers. .. 8.000
Brut-he shoe ber well selk-cted and hlltereau. eiegesoessndcp.dPatk
or srutta pcrcha examine our general nut Washington, Norfolk PenaarrJa. at Solid Colored and Figured
tRh. We would adrlee nil who Blue cloth .. .. .
*o7:1; gad parents may Bru.be clothes OniM for hats cape. . .. .. ... 6,000 I IrLlk
Assortment of merchandize
aprt ra'e ib-jdiad'ento be troubled end wj'Jj wnrmt to lo.eoot Buttons navy reft Jack LnivenButUxw. which has been comr-leted by ihe bile artinll I of the CLASS 2.-Flannel Cloih iug. Tbe attention of bidders U called to. tb. aazxq1es CbiaU Brilfiaata -.' .*.; --. ,

t'i-5 immediatelypurcbaie adaf-n-rterDr. ITLane'sl .navy medium Raz rs, iu finple' ca.cBcttins "8tJmp.""." We particularly solicit punctual customers Blue flannel jumper .. . . .. 6.000 description uf articles.required aa, ia.tin Inspection Printed 14y515 from 1010 1' U. .

C.1eIJrawd l Vermifuge.C'IIkII'where. It will cure. The money will be re- navy coat Kr btraps, Ord- us it is only to such we desire to 8t .t; LeI those Blue flannel ovcnhirts .. .. .. .... 6,000 before reception a just bat rigid eozpsriscn will Franeb.Soot ucr'GVJfLL.

C.-tlde1n all it_does not g'.re: satisfaction Butt(,n.. dea.l--ye wsy'e 'l1olufft'r their necuunts. to run f.r y..a.I.e decline Blue flood undeifhirta .. .. .. .. 5.000 be made between the articles offered and tim samples Fmcb. EngIib..! Ame ZT

.T Purchasers "31 be careful to ask for DR. MXJLNE'SXTED Bee..ax,ia 4-2) cakes cUsors iiKmt postively to SELL on a credit. We atM call attention Blue flannel drawers .. .. .. .. .. 6,000 and contract, receiving Done that fell belew tbemand ElackPodt de Loire
'ELEl VEESlIFrGE, manufactured by FLUOVO Spoons their attenti n is also particularly directed to the joint Black Oro de rhioe
pure tit a clutngtf which we find it oecctsary U Cuss S.-Linen C7o iting. -
BBC* of/";"*'v C* Pa- All other\Vrmifbf in oomparloa Blacking, boxes of make. Wo Our Gr. rie for cash and 4 end 6 resolution of March 27. 1834, in addition to the act of Blackcbahliies- .
arc w& rth1C'M. Dr. M'Lane's cectfne: Vermlroje, el oee1br3te4 buy c< Canvas duck trowsers .. .. .. .. 8,000 the 10th 1816. arita.
Gitton. spoolsif K.s. 12 and 16, 900 yards each months and caiin t evil ll em <>n a tears credit- August, IJpIIC&.t
Bnrubley sheeting fnick .. .. .. .. .
Pills. 1.000 .
is Lv Jfon f"n .i :e tcuact.t Kit fiynatu of I CLASS 4.-Blue Satinet. linens' '
stores. .
&g Hmdbrchi"JI. cotton fart coloro. 82 by SO inches.uficht Every three ffloutli or Cu h on '

--W--rj: ] FLEMING BEOS. not lee* than 2 nz., each, textuie 8 by 8 lid n'c".Y. Blue satinet . .. . . yards, 10,000 Sea Island Seed. FaDd SHrtfoff! Uoct .
: n- to inch OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF CLASS 6.-Blue Flannel. BUSHELS cilice Cotton Seed direct from 1'1n CAM and Sbetin LbenFaoey

I ShiV t Untti.f ; Needlise! "'ing, Noa. 1, 2, 3, and 4, drilled eyed, D.RY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION: Blue flannel .. .. . .y rds, 100,000 50 the Island, I and'me per Times and for sale by SHrtfng Lbept,

bet\1'eelll CLASS Xhe DuR McNAUGHT, ORMCND A CO. Fa Linens for Gept*and Toolba 1
< and Nankin. .
Hardware ting, ,
Bibb.m. bat. best French black, 12 yards to the April, 1867. 14R .
piwe; widl)h. 1 $ inch Crockery, Soldiery, Barnsley sheeting .. .. . .. .yards. 20.000 .Spring .md E""CI .

D'\n.. :,-; OF ST. MARKS.Mi" Soup fhll\ng. iu cxkr;each cake not lees tl an 2 nz CIltbmg. N.itioiis Cnnvas dmk . .. . .. . ..
Silk. sewing blue hhuk; wrupp not to exceed 2 G r..e'n.... &.. 4c. JLo. Bkj Ntnkin .. .. .. .. .. . .jo.. 10,000 Times and for sale byMCYAUGHT ii r N il:LAj :

.. ARRI\"lD. or tti the ponn-1 C'nll and look for ymirelre'. Rnfr and punctual pny- CLASS 7.-Shoes.Calfekio OP.1IOND & CO. ,
'. FLrISTT>oM-.B.Jl:ngs. from N. Tbrk wUh looom ers will be iic<* black IIIIJ white. HnrMiall's beet 1857. 14
v Thread. April 4.
v.it"e ma vr.der f-r TiUihsrfee ica'J lioad Company sad qlllHty th.. who fur liberal iIuc.ust will be shoes . .. . . .. .pairs, 6,000 or triii tcizo3. '''
< e buy CASH n
.. .
; Tape, wliite liiH-n, 4 j rds in I K-ngth. 5 iicli wide Kijwkm shoes . .
Minilr. .. .
ais'd miiic,h) made. ; .. .do. 6,000
s. Lr I'dol'd.I":1?, ft"'n: Char1et t.on. aMid r.ite. T.pe. bl ck. twilled cotton, 6 yaids iu length, | HATS, CAPS &c. S oniiets.s' "
JET" F:. if fitrt:<' 1'owtll. N. York, m
lq E. lieaung'.ou,S*wj'er. X. York. ttdi and loe,to:. 8-10 and 0 10 diameter. Wollen socks . . . pairs 10.000 EBEES Spring Faahisn cf Moleskin 11 D 1 tuaz 'Ajsoatxcrr or ..

JjiiJ. ; BEADfARE CLASS 9.-Muttres. HATS, VXE.'fGUgg.JUNcti .AND AkZ1 .

CLEMiED Matt I8cs. . .. .. .. . .. .. French Felt Hats, .
\rum bid fur ISO.OuO 2.0CO
UL1'WUCL SOAP ttparat* IdAli
TOin 53 54 55 and STRAW
nrrearfur 1851. 52. ,
M-T! f-chr. Wild 'i ( O'Leerr, N. Orittna, with 85 : Leghorn Pedal, Panama and Straw Hats, b er f .
H.iB"s'7Brpeat.i" <-. Ifl W.U Kown.: 118 bbl P.trh; Inot..h.18' ( pound II.8l", cull at mre and let me know CLASS 10-Blankets., of for Men's LACE AND STRAW D6t
variety Boy'e,
5* bales coLon Vain. ; b&lc Otnebug ted CToenIK Blankets . .. .. . ... ery .
The soap must be mauufjctured from cocoa-nut oil. vvhtftlur you can pay nt all. if ?<>. how much-5. 10, .. 4,000 Youth's aod Children. '
rDglti.I TOUT. and be of the beat quality denominated white saltwater : .M 0,
," and be delivered on sixty 1I1Jb' notice. due me to January 1857 and vvillcunipmiiii!e -ALSO- f reach Flowers, Artificials, &OL, ck.Embroideries is..
rEt p. n. Gantlf. Towel soap Black silk handkerchiefs . .. .. . 8,000
I Lr p. Hfra'o! K'ne. Eea Jg"n, Sawyer, Sampaon Mnr- ia good tr.m< boxes (if about 75 pounds! each. nnd. with all WillI.e a siitie-fjclory cxilni.'atiu&| of their Offers may be made: fr one "r more classes nt tbe A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of

n x ; ..-ur.Mormora, B Jl cff*. aftt-r inspection: the boxes must >HS tio"ptd! at ach ability! uud close on their owu ternif option (iftile bidder: Lut all the articles embraced In BOOTS AND SHOES. _

-,_ -- end. at the expense of the contractor. The pi ice t>* T. HAYWARD. a class must be hid for. |. |" RIobVsleociBe.Malteae ADd ;.HooathoU cettlOolhtrt vi

[ be uniform at .J11 the yards. April 18. '57. IC-Ct E icb class; will be considered by itself, and the con for sale by O. d J. ) INIi. and noaer SleeTBa ,
CAUTION -- -- -- --- tract fur that class! will be awarded to tbe bidder March 28. '57. 138tGentlemen's EmVd. mocslio Collars from 12J stL to Pco.bb'd.

1 L i.r iiioned ncHiii&i caMiine a TickitnuuUfi CAXDI.SSftparatf bid far '70.000 paund Ladies' Dress Goods.QWISS whose proposals fur the articles comprised in the class moualia Sleeves.

:A.i- prrnr.I I laOAS, which dr.\ % of ?'WOO.v.m : The candles must he Ameiicnn mmiufictured. of MUSLINS, plain and figured.C.imi.nc are lowest in the aggregate. Slimmer Hats .

'. A CF..i rr (;.illrii Ara-!*'"y L"iery, prime lo.if-lard stearine six cnmlles to the j''Mid. S i_., .. checked, The cl..th rur the pen jackets shall l he twilled pilot ; -

!(\ 26, Ir.-ivi-at! Atlanta, (;R. Much ;th. 1S57, i it 1-10 inches in length. -x
In.:"*,* \laf't'tl 1 I',' <.r stfku, cud piiment on the same 1. t.1 wngh not less than 14 ounceS 87-Io I !, incltiiu; Lauding from Simpson., DIM.! f>r f.i'e' )bvMcNAUGHT. 1)3ed.) It shall he 54 inches wide, and weigh 26 ounces Sade, Pants and Vests, assorted q a1i- Gel Youths Spring:aod Sanmw '
:; Lic;; LU fo :'I'i'cJ. punt nut to be less tlmn 140 diriers Fubimbcit.llie .- OUMOND & CO.Apiil per yard. It shall)! hare a lint ou each edge composed FROCK3. Intest style. A choice selection, laud BATS.Clothing. .:
; week must b. biai-.led. and mp"Si.d! of 78 C"t- of 24 white threads of all wool All
18. 57. 16 pieces
W){ TI.lEOr.. ing from Brodie, and for sale by
THOMAS WIIITE.Y.yO.57. ton threads of the best qnd.fy: of l N.. 27 yin it. Tiiecaudles -- -- -- -- -- --- weighing less tlmn 25 ounces per yard will be 'ejected McNAUGHT, ORMQND & CO.

19 to be liml 4m cixty d.\"'. nutter in JTIMM.! Gloves Hosiery, & Hdkfs ; and each bale of about 300.yards must average March 21,*7 12Flour. ,
b.[.. rtmtainiiid sU>ut SO }"u'-nds 'I"nb, ami the If* 26 ounces peryard. A tAaox Assoxnurr or
and Bos' Hose
I E Mie*. tii-iitluutiua'i -
to be marked with the cutitr.tcLor'itatite and the LAD and., halt II"-e. The c'oib: f''r round j-ickets, blue cloth trowsers.nnd Gents fashionable CLOTHI1ThiootsandShoes _

Dr. H. G. MCDONALD, weight of the candles. Buck, Tl.re.1.1 I .lli.l I LUIeGlorcR.JjiglMi blue! caps shall be t tw tiled all wool American rrani.fuUure .
and indigo blue wool A A BBLS. Harrison's extra Flour "
It shall ,
pure dJ"d.
EATING BtiOVEJ FEOUiIOI ) : Twilled: Silk: aud Linen Cambric Ildkfi. .
JICSTARD SEED BLACK rrrPEtt. dc.Separate have a list (1) each; : edge comjM) ed of 24 white thrc-amjs "ttU 20 Superfine Flocr, r
| f-rs.ile bvJH A L.acr AsaoKnizirr ort.
TICELLO TO W &} EENAH, FLORIDA'jepjiecttully Laimdtig per ::bIl11'tI.IIII.1; of all ,0'1. All under 10 *
> piects 17 4 common
bid for nil that) be fr the ounces yard
m.iy '!AUOIIT, OliMOXD & CO. per Ladies Gents Youths and Child SHOE3.
offer hwPR will be rejecU-d, and each bale of Landing from Schr. Petti and for ale by %, -
us* of the navy. tihe dtli'ere.1 l nt New York ouly 18. '57. 30 April __ JU5 __ _____ I\
OFESSIOXA L SERVICES Mustards ed. Anjrricnn brown must aterngc. 18 ounces per vjird. McNAUGHT. ORilOND & CO. -.

Pepper black MaLibar Vermifugespr The satinet mucthe An.ciican manufactured 27 I March. 21, .7. 12 Servants SHOES of every quality

to the people <>f this viacbity.D i Bottles octagon fur niuslai ncd pepjicrCoik inches wile insider?list, \\hichlist must CIIIII.i.t of STAPLE GOODS'
-- I \ DOZEN 1'ablie.tiicks V.llt.lfujJC, not less than 1* white
>>, for w:tIes.Al1hp woolen llneads on each edgeof Bacon and Pork.
McD. I.as n-crhed a well telec'ed! Itock of \y\J 4S McLnites the fl.:*'ii I. oven in the whole 1 li,ngt h of the piece Cotton and Linen Oinaborga.

tI up. nnd Zttitiin foregoing article nui.t be flf(tie first quility. : M Jl\ne' T.'tllC, ro.;jst weigh i not less than 9J (ounce per yard to con-; 4 CASKS 1 do. Shoulders Ribbed tides 5 bbls.. 1 du.Mess Clear Pork.do. _______ Brown and Blue Shirting and Sheeting,
Ji! P".rrv'st .1 Shot for Worms _ Marlborough Plaids and
liberal !term* fIlIll1 end co'iformable ia all to tin $ dep tnin v each piefe olut 28 yards; the must be Stripes,
.nil'll; be "i-l s-ii n a* they are respects alul'C] 24 Stn-'n Veimituire ?owder, warp I Lancfing per Ptttis. and for sale by Choctaw
nH'If' in the country. rhysiciao*' pib Tpii.ns I: ;flted at aid navy-y-'icls jiinl in this bureas and tiAiiLS cotton pure indigo bbsp. yarn dyed; and the filling MtNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO. Snipes, Apron Checks
I SauitottinVvr.n Seed Oil < \ Bed Ticking. tc. tc,, fec.
iu'i: rhtl. i-' 4IitIi' j put> up with CI-el auJ each tll1.i.I l subject to such in-pectMii. at I the 1II"\-.ynTiI wllt'l't.t-! i IIVELV.A wix.l. pure indi blue, wool-dyed. Each bale of I March 21./:;. 12
\\"lur"tt 1.I I livrrd as the chief of the bureau III'!)' (!iinct the in- I 400) yards sli-jll average 9) t ouncis to the yard, nti'l) --- A.B.D AB.EJ,'

I ce Mit'' ':7. 19-lrn I fpecting officer to be appuiutt-d by the raDt'pr.rt- I !ui111.i .H. 15 _ no piece sh.ill be below 9 i ounces to t the jard. The 'I Hats.MEN'S A large and well selected ntoelt of HARDWARE.

: men t. Af !>itinet tr"v\ers must be made of mate iul like the I Inbot'c. Spring Style All of the above articles will be sold low by

IK 48 HOURS f All the articles to be dellverf l ; free uf any illr\.n-\:i I For Sale. The pilot cloth, broad cloth and f.alinet..f Panama Leghorn. Malaga, Palm 1St : D C. TOS02T.

TEEOU&H tal expense to th"gll t'nml"l1t. in propereKtls l ur r MIK si.-cribt-r! 'irTt-rs (.r alc his re!i which 'Irmcnts are made shall, be well sponged before Dunstftble and M rino Hats. as March 14.. '57. 11Corn. .

r I packages mid! the price ofeucli iirti.-le must be the 1 1o S } ilt-ute., 'itt4ttt1 1 1'" M"iuue Srt-et.; tnude up. BOYS-Cautou Braid Leghorn Pedal and Panama -1
-z-. ., .e.I. me at the respective lnces of dclivcrv. 'II The ti.nel must be nil wool. Ameiican mnnnfactun Rafs.
o j Ftckzs I and f tb'm" t ijeurblein l xrutioll
; : : o-ie: > .
,'._T 1.u i. -.- 14 iu which the! above iiriiclfs are .l.-ivrre
.,jor'J..' "'rs- .'.'f's. ';..- -o z. I marked with their content and! the i ame ">f il.e cn i City IIC in pieces ,>fab! .,ut 50 yard!* in length 27 iuclee I LuuJui-j from rJ.ttlc.; and for .nie by 1000 BUSHELS CORN for sale by .
-. wide, WtljrbinjJ 5 jurj, will li tvn ncli HOPKINS AUEOINNISS.
J.- 'j'. tihCMr. rn i betufficieiit to infure their, temrx-TJiy ouncejwr; n UcNAUCHT OKilONDACO.: I '
'-.2.JP. .. ; 8lf -kpPpllg. 1 j I wI\ sell my large tool vrll Sno-n-n blldt edge uf 4" lute woolen! tLrea'i.i woven in the nholelei. March 21. *57. March 21. 57. 12 .

!I House &c. ;tb of the piece To be packed ilL b.lf'lI of 10 -
Tije C"titr-.ctor mu eFtabli-.li aznei'i" nt fur) eta- Livery Stable, Carriage pieces .I
IVIiltor and CLaltahooch'C: the pieces to be rolled separately without elothbhinrd Us.Sundries Canton &c.
lions o'be* tli )lea.! r(51IttctLia | uichu Matting
'er. '
ia ftinii'h' whsit be :and uh;n !) B. BUOKAW. ; ('- .! hale! to coi.tniri :00 yurJs and 15CJp PIECES of and wntte
U. S. l'clail i I Line e ng m.iy nq.iireil; i' ids flinnel. No BBLS. and 10 J lth18.1tec.irleJ 12 44 0 4 aodebeeked
J *>u> piece to have a lets 9 Whiskey,
(h. f.ti'n: ilv 1..0.111.ply with I average 0
I C'lntmctor aIr igent promj' Apt illS. :;7. lC-3m lban Z"1.nJI 'll.p.I. Matting :
4 &-10
Scn:1.1.eek1y a reqtJHiiii'ii I ihe chi-f of ibe Barwui uf I l''iioll! --- weight : ou-iees i per yard. 1 piece of 8-4 floor Oil Cloth -
I TheoveiPhirt-, .Trlits.: drawers nnd I 6 choice Sua-. 4 bb's. French Bread
I nnd Clirthin shall !I. authon7I to Lri-'x Mit-:i Tuesday's and FrUci's, at 10 ; SPRING & SUMMER must be m.\.j'! of 11.11.111:11 I ke the abr sale by
1 to lie made to StIt'J!.1. the detic-ifncy under tl.e |I'c-"al-| I For sale by O. & J. MEOINNI33.
I'do.-. ". I Btrnsley slu-itiiig must be frtfrom McNAUO, OiiilOND d CO.
2.Lr. G-OC DS. cotton,
I '
the 'C.co.l! of
tv. to l!e fxprwseil ill the tt'iitnct ; ui March 2*. 57. J t
,-,c.c ( htt':iJiorfJirc Ttrf's( ar/s aid Sauri. i rt-tjiisiti'in. 01 a thihc-ite:| copy theienC ll
( ::i.'* (:( the crnroloftf-? ;' Steamer from .f Provi"i"..: ami cl-thiivr. "r at -ith,'riif the '10"I I noDGKiss SCOTT & POOLEAre yard. te&lure, 4 by 4 to 1-1C inch. I Book Bindery.'T'HEBook
The c-mvas' duel must be free from 27 i irrhes ,_
!i yanlsaforcsiiJ. fch.'l' be ",ilei.oe that such requiiI ; cotton Rice-Fresh Rice.r
: chicda? and ihe Sag from Tallahassee .
Af :
I ba be Tint1.- mId rrCi-Ivet. now recviiflg a Large Stock of in wiJth. and iilxmt SC ynnls) in the picte. d'ublethireiri Bindery of McDOUOAbL dHlOBBT;
\ II
Fir!., and I'ainbnJgc, Ga., Two or more flppr""t'.1 snretus. in a sum tqul toj SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS warp and filling ; weight 8 ounces :2S-100 per ; A WHOLE :ALF Tierces of Rice to arriveV Jis again in operation.,
texti.re. 9 lu to inch. / in II fovr days ilirect from Cbarle ton Sendin Mardi '
I:; OOD TWO-HORSE HACK! the esu itated amount t.f thf coiitrat-t. will be rcquir- yard: by J I H. 51. 12
j Embracing ev.iy imnqinft'jle sty 1e of The "h..ps inflict bt ota.nped: with the cmnctorVlume : jour ordtra au.i have it marked, joa tiho want.
I !
f *I1I' Lio. i i. 1)ut\ in firt rnle .rdt'r. The whole ed, an.1 twenty per centum in addition will be w th-
] !'..oc1.lu* \*n-ifwed.. with 'itw nnd conif-r- : bil.'fn'iu l : tLe amount !f nil |PUYUlC'lIt on account II LADIES' DKESS GOODS.=: njuitx-r "f sh"l' mifi year when in.-ule; the sizes -ALSO- Seed :Bice.

tiLe' H.xV TinDrnns Jlre cal toful. tolxr and irerTflI.k.tiI,2. '! thereof ns c'-ll.iter.il pecuri-y. tocure it* !p.rfsir- LACES, MANTLES, SCARES, ROBUS MUSLINS. lit be\II the follow, pr<>p' iti 'n. for each 50 II\iril. 150 Boxes ifaoufactuied TOBACCO. Rt lower BUSHELS SEED RICE for tale by
unless hers i i"e oi.lered.iz
; A :MMTU! nlh>7.'auce of baggage al- I maP, "1I'11I"t ill niy venttci I Ins paid until it i it'iu 1.1 : 4 uf Su. 5. I..f X> 6. prices than you pay tin* Spring m the bigciiytfNew 100Spring HOPKINS & MEGINNISSv
I SILKS, BONNETS, &c., &c. l2 of Nt 7, 12 of Xw. S, 9 of No. 9,3 of No. 10, 1 of .
.fI hc Yurk. For at.
further '
1cd u c.llL pliliSlng. all tvppeits complied with ; eighty': |H-r Cfiitinii! ( Ni,. particulars enquire I March 21. 57. 12
amount -f sill deliveries nnide will be paid by the A large: lot of no)!' Clothing! 11.- D. LADD. ewport.
to confirm in nil
ithin thirty day* after bills duly .l\ut ha-I They lire respects to the samples March 21 I. '57. 12
ngetit I Jot of Meus' Clothing.
AGENTS. : vv A laig- lit the yiin!*, and to be delivered in good strong box and Summer Styles;
cat H. FIt:11IIm"f" brett -5ented to him.
A. Cann pr B..ots t SlOeS, II:tot, nicl Caps[ 5U in each The ufihecontract-ircon-
At Milton. JAS. i !, l 1.1 obtained on es pairs name For 1BB7.
Blank f. rms .I! pr"l'"stl application French Flowers
(;.". \:. A'.:., '\'. D. Moo Ifi the navy a5.-nts'at Pmtsnioulh. New 'I And every other nriu-le uf Mer-handse suitable tails and the %e.'rvtlie,' made marked on wicb box. SUBSCRIBERS har< reeeired by tU last

Ci-.t.thon .- J. W. Sxira.Mrianua. Hamphire; lioxtoii. New York. Pl.il.i 1..1"I.il.| Baltimore for II.i. : maiket.J The e81f.kin'anJ, the kip-kiu shoes to be packed 1.1 ARTIFICIALS, &C. &C. THE from New York, a full and elegant assortment

; AV. NICE"as, Norfolk. Pciis.u-olrt mi-1 at thi Ilul ClII. r C'll1UIIJ examine lhem.g3 sepcslate bI'XeS. I o of LADIES DRESS
I ; have received GOODS consisting
Express we a beautiful aeort-
The wnult'llj\'cks must be knit
CflaUahjq4.e14 D. vorcn indigo
P. ; be taken- COLSOX.can. with certainty, A record. 'ft"IIj.1 S through
of the acceptance f.f Ii. jiTiipuMl. will be deemrli I I the> latest I Imnrht. of Paris Printed Oigatidies on plain aDd plaid cloths'
15Foronly European for
importation expressly this
secun'v, iid v.ith coicfart April 11.57. t No. J. Io' 13 inches foot 11 I inches; ten rloztnllllll *
notifiwilioii i tlifieof.tihhn. ibe meaning .f the net I.f BUTLER k DENRAM.Mtrehl4.67. from plain to fall chintz colorld.Organdy
three un.lllo shall beitse I
D. nvernsif po"uilois. pair
Ctl'e ;
i i 184C. and Itit bid! will !I. ma'e! mid uccejitcd in wu- II 11 rubes designs entirely new,
I'rop'letf.r End Contnictor.19tf thi 85 tlmn three and a half mimes. No. 2, leg I 12 inch- Iso j JaclJ04tt I' .
C..rlllitwith iii.JtrtaiiiIiiig.
I { f.ot ten incites ten d. sha!! ,.
9. ,7. ; zrii uvrrage ttOtwelve
:y Evr'rv offer niM'K- must I nectmipaiiieil (ns directed EMPLOYMENT in It good I'mine nn I Fiiuted Barege robeec1sigs .bre1y.,
1"lUlld" ( unc"-. and no one shall be twa
I in the net of funtfif.8! making npl'r..pri.lli"II"[ for I STEADY I c.r 1''.0 n 1II"I.lh g'lll: anteed. Fur portiemeliers than( three eii'I :?le anai: Let ounces pair The sm'cks cball! I MANTILLASFOE Grenadii.e rotes, striped Brocade tad China
DENTISTRY.DR. the nival 8er i<'e for lH46-47. "ppru-.d] j loth Awir"*'. tlC'l.tfItII" tnplill. Flounces
i I lie well scoured UJIlIU culor and
written ned by tnin or more i ileFp'iinble II n. Y. quality fully equal I THE Foulard silk Flounces. '
i 1846)) bv :L gu.ir.tnte-: '" I. :7. .4 J. I. 11 lLtrinnny. to '
T. J. CUR LEE, I ferfj.ii". hi the effect i that !In- ".r they iiii j jJ -- -- :_ aiuje. I Double skirted Marquise Flounce, togttber with a
Tine miittrets- must weigh ten 'unda. and of 1857.
T"\7 ILL cc'ttliin..e. in future tile practice of DENT J II del-take! that the bnldir ul' bi.l\l
1 T Is 1 fit Y. in 6-Ut! Georgia, mid Middle MldE48i I bid be accepted. enter into an uMi" :.-tii'ii viibin ten Jj i in vvi.hh. The C""ers must measure 71 inches j T 1UE SU113CR1BERS[ have received by Ex-'reas. pnttertiS. nhite' printed and Polka spot-Brilliaotea,
| ,... with ..d| jin.l Mifficieiii: CUM t ties, to fun.irli the SACKS LIVERPOOL hi fine order. X printed: Percales varkt'.. te. tc Ac.
I Fl lJ.k I Hr In* bnd ft-vnal v'ir* pructicnl xpe- da J; IAD A ill length and 29 inches, in width. The hair, ticking a few of those mj.t Fashionable and by far the ia great ,
tl".II'e in rill jirofi-Mii-Mi, tbe lut tbiee of which Lute ,urpli..J' pM'JMisrd. Tli I.ur..llt,11, .lot be i.hlifrnied Ito | \J hiiT'hoir p-r TIIIH' mid f.r sale by and covers must conform to lam: Us. i most desirable, BUTLER fc DEi HAIL

.J11I. sU p- oet-tioiis vuuiitry. His work i i. of the I nnider any prop.-d unl"f) 'CClmplllit'cl| l by the 1tlcXA"GGllT. OItMOND & co. The uankin must be the best bue! American nnnkin. I Chantilly Lace Mantillas Mnreh 14.'57. 11

fl14t btMi.ttful und darnble chiyacter c.od satufacliunaiit ::rrtee n-quiifd l by law ; the comjuteiK-y 'f ihe! '! April 4. 857. H ,
inches wide thread
I IHJiliried, distiict I t 26 texture by 4 thieads to the I of various and designs.i which offer of the Season
ill f ; _l in evry luttttuce..it.nuiiioaTi.ii.t guarantee t I by thitivy gtJit 0 0.h.ro. 1 lt>th of an inch dyed with pure Bengil indigo. patterns they on Opening
I collet-tor of'the Wind the 'nu t reasonable! termi Call early if wish
Alt.. s.Tit to cticeilo Fls, tiillutteuiica attorney (.r port. Per West you
The blankets imit wti.h six l lniiiioUic I
The Ltlentioi of ii.l.eis! i i. cillcd tn the ?n?tipl('i< !I j-ounds per pair: nn! the ehoice selections. BUTLER & DLNHAM.Alaich BONNETS
rc'oou" as soon ES previous engejetneut< 88 by 7& iiicbea each. A Iwle of 51 | ; .. .
) in tl.e I m 14. 57. 11
and .f articles i quire.l. a is, inpectim
deKnption ( '
'ill pencil. iinibt weigh ::UIJ (.xpiinds.. and lit) pair; t-lmll weigh less I Head Dresses French riowers
taut rLjid comjiaiiisoii wid BAGS lili, Cllff e:7 ,
before .
reception a just )
---- than pouiuls 1 13 ounces. IIIUlllt be of American Tallahassee
1 They
be made Iwtween tlc: Article unVied and thee e.inipicBatid 0 6 Tieices Hil'e. manufacture made ',clenn wool, and each blaukttmuct I I Sash and Blind I Rushes, Ribbons, Blond EdgIngs

ntFIRENCE' : c.ntr tIC lecei*'in/ mme t hut full belnw them ; an 10 Boxes Adamtiue Candles: be Inn'kctl"'U. S. NIIVV." FA.CTOB.Y. &c. &c. .
Ilox.J. S attention j ill al directed t.. the joint ,
L. their p-iftieulnrly 10
AJI Thoml1ITHle, nBoy. a.flot. o Spfrin The black silk hnndkbrchufd t must be SI i bj 31 4 I | | umler'jigned adopt sj his method of inform:
und the act uf the TIlE ng ; Bonnets trimmed;
P. E. Loi' resolution of 27th March 1654, to 25 No. 1. Soap MOURNING
inches. and weijli 1 ounce and 12 grains Trov ; texture I public, that he has rec m>.ieuced the above 0 .j .
W..s. Da.woaTir. )l 10th 1846. IU Kegs l h e-t Cioshct. Butter, .
Auc K
Moo celo, Fl1. 14 by 28 to l-8th of an inch* I business in thcity of lalhUiawee, and would be u .
RaT' W. 1 HAXlL'I'OX, f Aptil 25-'i7. 17-4w 25 Hoxe Cheese, A fchedule of the tin sizes receive the Crape \ .
ce for each 100 pieces of pleased to patronage of bit friends. Shopat
lION.J.O,l1oGmE. t :M. Flat Crape and Straw Boonets trimmed,
t > Segars.
11ndiJoo F1L mnde-np clothing will be found with the sample at the the Rail Road Depot I. W. BOWEN. white nndBUclt M
Cot. B. C.
fhor. $25 Reward. -ALSO. respective yard; md ail thu above articles including March 7. 57. 10 "
Plain Straw
FIlL _
CS: M. Weir xrTu. Al'igator, .
T UNA WAY from the Hibacriber's nlsntatidii the buttons, rin s, ic, are to be equal
) neressary ; fully
JL Pickles
Hair _
tbe Starch ,
"S. B.-Da.CCS LKK will be iu Quiucy during NeapoEtande .
latter uf the prrtect treiJt. j ? XV in Decatur county O*, Mbout the middle: Pepper, Oysters, in the quality, Col'>r, texture, weight, and .finish of Groceries.QO Flat Bloomen.Gipsies, Shaker Hood la&ai Lf *

Aprit2.6 part 7. 17 (ii. Iilarch.a negro boy by the name of TOM. Champagne Cider Lobsters. material mid conform iu puttein sizes, and workman- FBLS. SUGAR various qualities, horn C<.burg. tc,
about tweiity-
lw forehead about 6 aud' } feet bifjli. He in probably *. Put At=h.F. The number or quality which will be required of Butter Pilot Bread, Crackers Barliy, Ribbons ofthe moat ejcqpmfcft designs in great rant

NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. in Florida. its he hits a wife in the nrigWiourlMKHlof ) .'r sale't CASH" h R. H. BERRY. each of the foregoing articles cannot be precisely tta- P I.. Beans, Tobaceba.1nee, ty, black and white Rushes, bahow., reedtcm andwide

!E unc en ned begs leave to inform the citi- il'Mitk-elhi. FIn. The ao..ve reward will be paid March 857. 13 ted. It will not 1e I less. however, than the quantity v Linquor Ale and Porter Vinegsr. Sauces, Blond Edging*, Zephyr tans and all other artielee ,,
'I" zen fTidIahaM and Tiocioity. that be has for his being lodged in any Jail in thi Stale or in .. .. .-.-.-.. .. pccified in the foregoing list. The contracts will Pickles! Soap. Soda. Shot Lead. Oils *c. appertaihiogr to this .depaftm ot of,. Ladiea'

opened a earri zc alu'p in this place joining Geonria. SARAH CUNNINGHAM. Ladies Dress Goods therefore, be made for the quantity of tech articU so A full supply of all article in this lino, landingper toilet BUTLER A DCNHJpL
April ti. 67. 17-4t specified, and for such further quantity as the bureau Mystic and for sale byMoNAUGHTa M.U'el\ 14. '11.. .f .

Brokaw's Llrery Stables, '.. JUST RECEIVED : .glty require. The price must be uniform at all the ORMOND A CO.

in the buiWinir formerly occupied by J. L. 0 toner, Bacon and Flour. ARTWE. Organdie Flounced Robes, taatiun. Newport,March 14, '67. 11 Snmmerf185t'

mlnre bel i* pepared to do all kinds of work lotus : BHI. s. Flour. lu half do. B Jaconet. Lawn and Bnlli nt Flounced Robes, AH tbe above articles must be subject to such !In- TTTHITE. GOODS cf .

liue, at the ttxnttt untice and vti the most 60 4 Hh-1.. Baton Sulefl. StAid Colored French Chintz, pcctiou at the place delivery as the chief of this Dr. A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S.\ W which we 1ftoftItjoQ:e ery' deacriptwo?
.. Brilliant bureau may direct ; awl no article will be received
REASONABLE TERMS, And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. 10 4 and 1 14411cdale b.stlxig: .
Printed Luwna. Calicoes Ginghams that is nolfully equal to the sample in every respect DENTIST .
,ncn aa carriage painting and trimming making new Landing from the Petti and {if wile by BUiok Grtnadine, nod trim does nut conform to the stipulations and PRACTICING Pillow Cat Uwn. '

bizinea and wsgas and all kinds of repairing. Having McNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO. Ahtpaccas and Gro de Rhine provision of tbe contract to be made. TALLAHASSE, FLORIDA. -4snd1O4CountIj '
first April 18. '67. 16 The whole must be delivered at the risk and Oambrica Jacotseta, .f
procured a rate ALSOA expense December 27, 1858., 03 J :....
of tbe contractor. Each box and bah to be .' PlaidMD11D11
Carriage-Painter and Trimmer, Notice new assortment of Lace and) Embroidered Goodr, marked with the contractor's. name. The iospecting Paris. '..... ", .".,-,.

from New TcrV, the imdemrned in prepared to do A" LL persons liaving demands against the estate conM tin: of Lace Mmitilhis Applique do, officers to te anpoiuted by the Navy Department. Spring and .Summer 8 WNL' 0 ;. .-'. .

this kind of work M wand u the Utest style, M it J\. of Charles W.Ui.aU1IK'Il. I bit of Kichmund o unty Embroidered nud D,tUd Muslin Th oflfars"'ftjust- distinguish the prices for each a..._ ,
cad be done at the ;trth. ,State of Gfonjiii.;deceased), will take n..tiC'tllllt Embroidered Collurs, EmbroitTd Under Sleeves tc. nrtf| 1 le iatiitlotied in t a dun and must be calculated eee.B& .- > <- '

All those wbo blw this kind of work to do. and they must preVent tlifni t*i the undersigned duly nutheiiticated -ALSO- to oarer.r w.t1 expense attending the fulfilment the .a fa _'.,:t ".."

Tub it dime in a manner that will nut fail fc give within the time prm-ribed law or thiuotiee contract including,iie pe fc sary buttous. .---. 'ri1W Icqr &" -s _

tatufaetkiD, wcul-J do veil to call on I will h* plead' in bar of their recovery ; nnd all A beautiful assortment of Spring Bonnets Floweret In case I'f./iilure the part of the contractors .to THE Subscribers are cow receiving their Spring PaLctitcdUol. .' .
WlL KUHNS. Ruuche, &c. deliver the eierat.articles Summer Stock of Goods of almost -
indebted to said estate, are hereby'notified to which may be ordered from consisting PlaID aud..pWl..smrlA. .
Yay 'fi?. 18 persons make immediate p'ym..ut.ELDRIDGE For sale by G 4 MEGINNIS3. themjn proper time and of proper quality the chief every article wanted in -

WILLIAMSON, Admt'r. March 28. '57. 18-8t of the Bureau uf IVov'ui 4is and Clothing shall be authorized Dry Goods,., ChIna.ware, .,f. Ur ;

Just Received May 2. '.67. l8-8w Per If W. R. Pettis .4S to pun&ase or direct purchase to be made Straw Goods, :ck.wa *;: rethLadieiu4Geot1etexs .
of what .
mar required to supply the deficiency under \ .
Hftrd'XTare Groceries &C .
6 Per u WILD PIGEON "' 6Iii PROM Nt. W ORLEANS.f the peiialt) to be expressed jii the contract; the ji
: Notice, .. '. record *f a rvqniai ion or a duplicate copy thereof at Which they ofEtr at eriti4eaiG.&J Bar-bordered H. 8.'aad -

) BBLS.SnperEoe and extra F&mill SIX weeks from date, I shall apply to the Honor BBLS. Family Fl'iir. the Bureau of Provisions ld CIO I PIl. of at either of ', .MEOINNm5.March iteI1: ;_ ,. ,;y. S

Flour, Judtre of Probate, of Leon comity for'lettersof J 25 Recti6 Whiskey, the ijavy-yardt aforesaid, shall.evidence that aaclirequisition 28', 57 l$- .t .i e e' .,...: .la _- .

25 Bbls. Rectified Whiskey, administration on the estate of E. A. thal<. de-. 1 Box. Btef Tongues. Las been made'and received. .-LA1LGl .N&rtg. ._.'J ..
JO" late of aaid J. & J EFFCO AT. 1 Smoked, Beef CIG'AR'S': btjtii re. ,. .I.I
MeuPotk \ county. Two or more approved_eureties in a turn equal to esv4by. ". ,
2" Beef. --_ .*. May !. 'g7. J8-6. Uhd Choice Sugar. the estimated amount of tbe respective contr>*cU will 3LcDOU'GALL-AIIO3BT.-; it 1'.1 :__ :

10 Hilda.SIS; *and Sboolden .* '. ''-. For tAJ" AT CASH XT B B. BERRY. required, and twenty per centum wUl be withheld ,'U e 'J .

X Tvrees Dnffirld ': cored Haou Hotice. ::1iirrub 28, 1. 13Provisions.
cho anWe.' 'dat 1 will apply to the -Honor: '. as collateral, '.and out l io aneroot to be paid :ri -, 2 -

2 \.r.! SIX''WfotbJrom ,, until Itisin an .pjct complied wttbs, pd eighty) _,. 4-. -d1' ., A WC; .f"' "
P W"u neotinty. ferietL&s :__ ,
&J't1.mac: eatom of tbe amonnt'of. made win tD4 this u4sa: .
.tLu1'L IpSoulderp aod M M 'Pprk landing per per dellverU 2OO- I :
of daaultr tiooToB the esUt* ,, 4 _
,J ". 11.-.11'- .- .. :' S l.aD4b *> ,. ,, .. > ,he psb1thiuTyaIect witbio thirty day *fl rdnly. 1ak %_! _. .
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.' '9 JI1'KIirQ'J. .." f--- THE':" MOST: tJSFFUl' IMOST'. 'PERFECT 4S .;_'S _LP. 'sfl'! .'' ..dOKA,0. ... .HJf. t :Important: to Honsekeepergi- ': ':THOMNf ttE; 'Sf4 :::: CXLt31D. : 111'. I "-


: firm baling of BROKAW been dissol& THAN TUB CUEAPESTIj' TAT.LATASSEEFLORIDA.rpligPetor -0---- MANuPAarua'BR.rot U. ) *JW and Fsz j VF8RJX; : rF'U.E

ttBdetsi( notifie hi*O S Better than the Best.f 52PuKuhed would inJL ey Tin Ware*,'take* pleMoreteInibrrofnfc4B! &***. .;. .- .*.Jt. S
; HTht forinhi.fdendsandtbe Arthur's 'Patent Air-Tight of TallahaMee Itttl ti umraodrag coontry that ii I if
WetUy.. > \
old eattmaet aDd the public generally, tbat be hal IiIVE1FiLLS.
with D. Ii public, tbat he baa rebuilt his, '_ flows prepaftd feinUt'wi all that-Wh topatrcok .
mad amiagwnents by wbicb betakes ichob ort/y 0w r a liar. fll' prttcnin; Jfyfih Fntitt and Tlmel7f" Hi thanks
his of bahwMs-'He mlso teodert
tb. ebop formerly occupied by him, trader the S large Brick Stables the old stand and is now CANS Jt'intnlJi-. This article extensively him in l.ne .JM .
DISCOVERY of the Pres n 2 si generally for the TJ S .p4 ",sftIi
GREATEST prepared accommodate his friends and easterners tolis friends;; odtbpSiblta : Lg
firm East
I used in the and Northern State Jut '
f S season
beretoSw been ;
attached hu liberal with wb&h be ba
B. also baa to Stables a good Black patrooac *
ofEL will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and I S
B. Fitts & Co., COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES. smith Shop,where he will have have done all kind,of surrounding country by the undersigned who has ROW favored, and he hopes that ajwnttoiaUoa ef the aatoe They are .not .recommended

aod fa now prepared to execute all work done in Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, nod Plantation work Hone shoeing,and Carriagi work in the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincimty for will be Hit cf all
tbcsrJina of business viz Counterfeit II i the very best manner and with promptness and dis It is He IltIDtedii keep Oft Wind ft nppry : as
: Exhibiting at a glance every | : the coming season. only necessary to call and of ykeptin an estabusbmrat of bis Unive
Skoeiitg, Ironing and Re. in Circulation thnt REFERENCE J is 2 patch.Novembers. 1858. 44 examine these who article have used and them the to recommendations be of line of business. A full assortment 'Sheet Irm.Sheet' C e.aus But
Arranged so nrltnirab'v. Ij the persons convinced that dimply '.
and fA Lead Lead Sheet Zinc Cfsteni Pntapa ,
flflore Pipes ;
Carriages Bug ;
] ;
EASY and DETECTION g Carriages Buggies and Harness they are the best, most simple and economical article
and other article too numerous to mention
Plantation vmk ) great man/
:, of INSTANTANEOUS g (for tbe purpose ever offered to the public. They can what '
For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. ten! then name
be used the
every ditcription, bunt by most unskilful person, without tbe '. pur.
urNo Index to examine 1 No pages to rjj TO BUItDERS. .
Mitt Irons and repairing tame,.Ironing Wa. apt I But so simplified'and arranged that the 00 THE Subscriber biu just 'received slights risk of failure. Tin Guttering. and Tin 1ncl D4t ports. :
I ir Purchasers with circular Roofing, .Copper
Hen sell al large supply of Carriages Are rnpplled a containing
and Cartst Merchant, Banker and Business can H '
..2 gons and Harness, which he offers full and reliable directions forpntriDltuprrnUsADd Pipe Ac, all of vbicb be Erom Ha. to do the most The 1"
and in faet every other description cf work made of t a Glance. for sale on the most reasonable terms. tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process work-roan-like manner and style, and :of the belt material VERMIFUGE, : .e r
tree and Steel all of which we wuunoaod pledge on shortest notice and most reasonable terms t-
November 1854. within the reach of
18 46 conveniently housekeeper.
ourselves to execute at the shortest notice. It has taken yeais to make perfect this 0 A large supply of these Cans will every be constantly kept Having been engaged for the last eight years in expelling Worms from

H. B. FITTS. GREAT DISCOVERY. ** MILES NASH & CO. in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend -

Feb.14187. 7-ly The urgent necessity f.-.r such a wok has long .j Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. apply immediately, ns the fruit season :s near at band. himself any further to the public as regardshis the human system, has
time he
but at the
sold re" capabilities as a mechanic same
All Cans made the undersigned and
been felt br Commercial men. It has been published K a warranted
Notice. to supply the call for such a Preventive, JUST received from New York per bark R.H.Gam- safe. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him with a call good work and also been'administered
a general assortment of articles in our line,
THE undersigned has made nrran ements vith H and needs but to. be known to be Universally u such ns Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluic, May SI, 1856. 22 cheap Having prices.temoved from the old stand formerly known with the :

Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop Patronited. It does more than has ever been at S: White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of as White Slusser,be will be found at his stand corner most satisfactoryresults

and hands and solicits fur the new firm, the patron. tempted by men. I5f It describes every Bank beat quality Putty. Brushes. Potash Soda Sparkling Piano Fortes. of 200 foot street, where be will be glad to wait

are of bis old customers. D. C. WILSON. Note in three Different Langanges, j. OelatlU",LonJon Mustard French Brandy(very best,) E arc prepared to furnish Piano on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. to various animals"

Feb. U. 18 7. 7-ly ENGLISH FRENCH AND GERMAN g for medicinal purposes, Spices Pep er. Lemon Syrup, ,rrTr11 Y V Fortes of the very best quality, Dec. 1, 3855. 48'VILLIAM '
Thus Each may r.-ad the same ia his own Native Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark. fluId Extract Buchu upon the most liberal terms. subject to Worms.
DAVID HULL .t<... &c., and a general assortment cf Popular Patent
I 'l'ungue.TERys.l g They are second to none in any country either as P SLUSSER
Medicine We keep none but the best and The LIVER PILLS
he paper will be about 28 by 42 very to quality! or price. for
invite tbe attention of the citizens of ,
WOULD inches. and will contain the most Perfect Bank N hope to merit your patronage. Every Instrument be warranted. Ta11ahassee F1-..
tbe adjoining counties to his Note List P ibliilied. .. MILES NASH, & CO. MILES NASH CO. MANUFACTURER OF COPPER.TIN, AND SHEET the cure of LIVER COM

S"took. of Goods Together with tbe rate of Discount March 29, 1856. 18 February 23, 1856. 8
0All AND
Also a List of all BILIOUS
COJTSISTIXO orBOCKAWAYS the Private Bankers in America. Corn and .Cob Crusher. Q-Lin.in.e. DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED DERANGEMENTS -

TOP BUGGIES, A Complete Summary of the Finance of Eu RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher I received 600 OCNCIS Snlph Quinine WARE. SICK HEADACHE

Buggies without Tops, _i_ rope and America will be published i in each edi3 VJT have taken the Agency for the sale of these superior JUST Brand, together with a great variety Stove Head-Quarter
tinn, together will all thc Important news of the {Cdav. Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said'to any in of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. A I SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor &c.
; eta motion so soothing that tbose who ride in iLem. Also ffj the Co-.ntry. A st-ck of these Crushers. will bo on April :. 1SS6. 14 I' g_r3. and Wood Stoves, trimmed with oeatuess .

unless they are particular will soon find the delicious INTERESTING STOBLES band early this. coming Full. Prices vAry low, considering and durability, at reduced prices. Purchasersvill pleasebe
"dews of sleep with Boublc nutriment descending;" great saving in feed. $45 $55 $65 each Olive Oil.
From an Old Manuscript found in the East and J-1 for these nizes. Prices uniforn throughout the Ont Door tVorlti -
Saddles' of all kinds; no where else to be found. It has never yet np- 0 For further particulars. 'll nnd examine fur yourselvesso county. A SUPERIOR ceived article for Table n.e. Just re Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads Guttering. Copper particular to ask for

Bridles nod Martingales! ; peared in print, and furnishes the Most Complete 5* soon as a stock for a sample arrives.' by. AMES & LIVELY. and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet
April 5. 2856. 14 Dr. C.
Trunks, YalSces nnd Carpet Bags of O McLane's Celebrated
; History D. LADD. Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workof
Harness of all kinds; ORIENTAL LIFE .g Newport. July 5. 18.56. 27. Flower Jars. every variety done at abort notice.
and Lea'her
India Rubber Belting; VERMIFUGE: and
and described the Most Positions A LARGE of City nnd Country merchantsAre
Hemp and India Rnbar steam Packing; Perplexing in assortment Flower Jars, various Sizes
Lacing and Upper Leather; which the L:1 it'SIUlJ Gentlemen of that Country. One 45 Saw Gin. .. Just received and for sale by' respectfully invited to give me a call herOtC pur LIVER PILLS

Oalf. Liuing and Sheen Skins; have been so often found. These Stories Mill FOR SALE second hand GIN of above size. has AMES LIVELY. chasing elsewhere. prepared by

Collars: Ilames.: Trace Chains. Sa.JJler's! Hard warp. continue throughout the whole year nnd will O nuly used to gin SO bales Cotton, and as Aprils, i85f.. 14 pg N. B. All articles manufactucd from the very
and in.fact every thing kept in a Store of this kitj.l. prove, the Most EntfrLining: ever offend to the z good as new. For MIl low byMcNAUGIIr- best material anti warranted durable. No other art i Gt.( tUI

as well as some tilings wLich are note scch fir ia Public.
stance as C"tton Wagons a few of wbicU ale on Furnished Wt-ekly to Subscribers oi.ly atI November 8. 6ti. 45 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber cf October 20, 1855. 42
All letters l he 2 A Belting ._______ __
$1 a must addressed
band and will be sold as eon as possible. year. to two, three and four ply. warranted fully equal u SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
DYE. Brllkfr.r"J White INSURANCE. ,
A. B. Repairing d
Tallahassee. FeK 21. '57. 6-3m [Sent copy. PuLli-hei 70 Wall Street.m.1 I I'loprit New t York. O I ') A l HI FEET White Pine Lumber. nasorteti suitable ered by those who hive; tried them.superior to Leather THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pa., and take no .
.. w \J lor Cabinet M.iker Sash null Blind Maker All sizes, from 4 to 14 inches wide. constantly ACCUMULATED CAPITAL.$1COO,000.
March: 21. 1857. 12-1 I
Singer Sewing Machines *, or Joivers %% ntk. Slit often f.:ich II lot for sale on hand! by D. LADD. r-rIllS Company issues policies on the lives of other, as there are various

herIcX.UGllT.. ORMOND A CO. N"'pnrOct 18. 1856. 42 .1- White persons for one or more years or for the

THE great reputation of Singer's Sewing Iacl.ine! : NEW GOODS. I Nov. S, '5G. 45. Town Property for Sale. I whole period of life, OX TIlE MUTUAL SY&TEM. other preparations now

founded on the fact, that they arc perfccily Dividends declared to tLe iutured policie issued
adapted to every variety of woik. and th it etch one Liverv and Sale Stable. THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow I for life.PLICT before the public
JOHN PRATORIOUS dtccrHJe.l l property, known as the Jrat i is Lots pur-
of them ke'it .. r. undersigned gives viz: Lots NnC. 3. J5.27.30.43.no.: 141. 142. 143
Cite 27.."_'a..7 Dollars .A. c.. r. j I MERCHANT TAILOR, TH tice. that li- JIMS flo-k 144, 2--'fi, 227. 235. 23H.240. 241S 24:!. 213, 244, 245. J3P, Applications received ia Tallahassee: by porting to be Vermifuge

AU persons deMnng full aol reliable information I Dealer in Made and chased the Livery Stabli 248, 216. 230. 252, 253. 254 256. 257. 26S 268, all January 19, 185C. B. C. LEWIS.
about these inachinra-.sizes. prices, modes of purch.i I Ready Clothing William II Newsom.in Tallahassee: together with the in the original plan of the city of TJlahassee. and Liver Pills. All

erwise. for a copy of I M. SIXGEE. A Cti's. Gazette. 21 I -'--.---- prepared to carry on the business in all its 'liram-he', Lots Ncs. 1,2,3,4i S 6 7 iu S.Couny I CAPITAL.... .. .. .. ... 500COO. others, in comparisonwith
: .
beautiful Pictorial. 1 : nnd qr.A
: Ptiper entirely devoted to promises the with!
Seviiug p-blic gout accommodations !
I am note receiving Fall and \Yinicr\ undersigned. Agent of the above
my Company
Machine iateiests. It will be sunt gratis. supply iu his line on reasonable ierri. L s oL THE : Dr. McLANE's .
I ill receive applications fur and make insurance are
Local Agents of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest.ings, <%-(., ojEvery RICHARD SAUXDERS. ,.f X-3.,16,22,25,39,40, 48, 61 i against los by Fire. (n Brick and Frame Buildings, J

'W'anted in every Town in the: United: States, to whom Color Style N. B-.Limes T. Ilenin u my duly authorized.! C'i.Sn till South 4 Comity quarter. I. FurcitureMerchandize) ,ic. f worthless.
) and Quality a ent. and IMS entiie control of 'J he nlx'Vtde 'lib d I
liberal inducemet.ts sire oflered. i the luwness. n-prc -" property formerly l' -l >r.gcd January 19.1556.:1 B. C. LEWIS.
stutin.me. ns fully as if I w.i pors"n.illy prfi'f-nt. to n..v. I'.n.wn. For further illt.rmltilln and trrma, The McLane's
N. B.-We have made arrangements with GENUINE
rn.inyeditors which I an prepared to make up in the mcst RICHARD which will l he liberal. to A. Wines &c.
and pubUhers:: <>f neWtipl pen highly profira I SAIJNDERS. apply Perry Amaker Esq., Syrups,
ble and satiafaet'ry to them and ,Uh to make rimi fashionable style, on shnrl notice St p. 6. 185C. 30 Attorney at LawTilI.iliiis.ee.. : OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, Vermifuge and Liver
lar contract with and iu MANNING. Port, Old P.Tt Juice
magazine ,
every newspaper
the counlrv.. For full particulars n.MreeLM.SNGEIt& AND REASONABLE ALSOA TERMS 50,000 Havana Segars, Until sold, the above property A. PERRY will be AMAKER.for rent. Madeira, Brandy I Chem liCk i Pills can now be had at

CO, ALL persons who love to sni"ke gooTT SEGARS Sherry Sardines,

S23 Broadway, New York. LAUCE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF finrl tlwm t.getllt'r'ith i"!ne choice, Tur February_ -- 16,1856..- .. -.7-tf--- Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, ail respectable Drug
March 28,*57. J3-3m I kish and Sparish bmokiug TOBACCO nt the Drug Cod Liver Oil. :Flavoring Extracts, I. Pears, I
5- READY-MADE CLOTHING, I Store of AMES & LIVELY. Yeast Powders, Tr.mnniids, Stores.

CASH STORE. Consisting! of every garment suitable for winter wear Nov. 29 1856. 48 FRESH & PURE of the celebrated Brands" He Spanish Olives, Spiers,
such Clo.\ks.Talmas, Coats VeMs. Pants Ac Clark A Ca, & RuslitonV.F.r Corn Starch Pickles, FLEMING BRO'S
ns de,
eubscuber, on and after the let of Fehru- ,
THE day which will be disposed; of at low prices. Carriage sale! by AMES 4 LIVELY Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil,
of the present year, will confine LU business Shop 1850. 60 WOOD
Aprils 14 PrrrsBUKon PA
iluataid ,
thecz.t1i. Also. .1 lanre lot'f Plain :and F.inry Shirt". Collars, English : Capers ,
entirely upoo I Cravat. Hn UN'DKRSIG.VEU) U-r* leave lo inform the Claret, Cocoa. -
Undershirts. Stock!, -i.-ry. tte, i;. TilE Sole Proprietors.SCOVILA .
5rtemtherefore j: Those desiring! : si thorough uur-fitwili consult\ their : : i.f T< II.lra.'sct and rincir.ity that lie has Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. AMES & LIVELY. $

wilt keep no accounts. All those n ho have I'. own Jail-rests by eriviu mo n e*ll. nil nil the ...v. nr- opened a C.irii g t Shop i ill,, this place for the purpose 10001thc mo3t approved LANIER CORN : January 5, 1856.Circular. MEAD
obtained Lis Groceries without paying for them are \ tides have been lIelt."etedvilh great care anil with a nl Informed that their accounts will he placed in the ; special iew to their adaptation: to this market. i lishment of the', sort. and l that hu i* prepared to do Mills have been for Some time in use through this re Saw Mill Agency. General Wholesale agent fur thc Southern Steles, to

hands of a lawyer fur collection before r.f\t return October 18, 1856. ly42GARDEN GOOD WORK: and nt the shortest notice. All those ffi.n and lower part of Georgia and give perfect cat r IMIE undersigned has the agency for the sale ef I whom all orders must be addressed.Sold ,
day. R. H. BERRY. wlw wish work done in n manner lint will not fail to Uf.irtionijrin.lirig' with en e10 lnihels and the rise dL .. W. Hernck's Improved Circular Saw Mills" : by Ames
Auctioneer and Cum. Merchant SEEDS ; give satisfaction would do well to give liim. n call in the day. with !less trial t If ordinary gin power applied consisting three sizs for 42. 4S a-.d 52 or 54 incli i iSaws. f t Co, Tallahassee, FUi.; J. S. M. D3Y M U,
befcre trying f\\'hlre. W3L it. Tin- maker furnishes Land Quincy Gardner January 31, 1857. S Kl.TIINS.JatuarJ to a to put it up; These Circulars are decidedly the Lest in ; ; Carpenter -
S GROWTH OF 1856."TT7"E 17, 1-57. 3-f and! tvery one \\:11 rat.leJ to give }jwifeit eatisfactiuo. Laving several irr'I'TUnmt'nb over the"Page" I & Co, YTaukeenah ; Mosely & Pope. MadUon
Notice. I would cali the attention of our friends and --- Call and examine: them at D.LADD'S.April I other Patent in use. The cost is about *tOO or*S50 any Palmer t Bro..Jlonticello. 8.Pulesten. M<>titicUo}

T T the public fjewr.i'ly, to our present iarge and 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. 211855. 1C and $450 fur various sizes,according to extra W. Rogers t Co. Chnttahoochee; Ballzell & WWjt-
Months after date the I carriage,
undersigned will preser.t on, Marianna Nicholson i Zei 4cler. ,0.
I Baiubridge
SIX well selected Asa'Ttment of received a large assortment of every variety tc. Fur further particulars apply to ; ;
final 'mnt and0111 ns administrator (n FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. JUST color arid. quality, Wimlow-Pupcring plain Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth DANIEL LADD. D. II. Dickinson, Bainbndge ; E.Seizas Thomas rule,
the estate of Wm. Laffo dee.ised, late of Leoncoonty Ga.
t I and figureJ. Bordenng to suit nil.McDOUGALL. Rugs. Newport Fla, November 3. 1835. 44 I
,and ask to t'e diwlmiu Our Seeds are procured from a Col-J Climate, and I t HOBBY. February, 1857. 8lyTALLAHASSEE.
JOHN C. CRENSHAW, Admt'r. consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, Nov. 15.1850. 46 FINE LOT Brussels! two and three Ply Wool
In right of Lis wife LSONO&A P. CatSA W. such as ours. tir:: Call eailytr send jour orders, A Carpeting. Also a few pieces AVtxil and Cotton es d Live1y

March 14.57. ll-6rn that .you may secure the "aritieslU desire. ili., and flue Hearth Rugs and Drugget, (or sale right SIX months after date the undersigned adrainisfra- FLORIDA,
AMES t LIVELY. A. B. CLARKE at LADD. on the estate James IIoMerncsa deceased

BurningFlui January 31,1857. 5 New pert. Oct. 18. 1SSS. 42 late of Leon county will fin her account nnd vouchers i dJ Wholesale and Retail Dealers in tiJ
--- -- --- nnd apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon
S now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock county 1& DRUGS AND MEDICINES-
A. SUPERIOR QUALITY just received and I I of I 11I
OF furc'nsisting Rheumatics & Others. for a discharge from said ndniinistrrttion.
Goods, suitable
sale by AMES & LIVELY. New Books.
ELIZABETH I10LDEHNESS, Admt'r. I Perfumery, Dyestuff, Surgical ,
JanJary311857. 5 received, a large assortment IbJ M t 17 ill R rf 0 all persons! suffering from Rlietim.itic Complaint Nov. 8. 1&56. .' 4 -tim Spices Sncff Windows Glass Paints,
f JUST! .( B-xjks, oompri Of., D _L we offer a positive remedy, in J iy'Stimulating I Oils, Vanishes.Putty Manufactured Tobacco,

Notice. I StmdarJJrb.. Prose Poetry and H- _ In pnrt of French nnd English Cloths, Cawi- Linimnit. It has been effectual .in the permanent ORANGE SPRING and Glass Wure Patent Medicines,

Mouths after date I liall final maliCe, with all the recent publications: meres nnd Wstinrjs of nil colors, and i>f the bestqual cure of Chronic and lUieumat di t':1ses. Tliou" amls Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies
SIX and vouchers to Uie HJO.present Jud my e ot 'ac..- Bancroft's antllt.IJrt."lh's. United States. ity which he is prepared to manufacture to order on have: no doubt been rescued from an untimely deathLy Male & Female Seminars and Hair Brushes for Medicinal,purposes
of the Dutch the most reasonable terms Anti in the most the use of this great remedy. situation c.f this Institution, is of the Paint Brushes, Fancy Article
bate, of Leon county, as executor of the estate of Motley's History Republic,just pub. THE ut one
lislied.Allison's. For sale by Druggists generally and at Wlmle ale t in the and is Garden Seeds Fin Parana Sa..
John Ccok,deceased, late of said county. and ask to FASHIONABLE MANNER Sulphur Springs ountry. UBurpassed -
be discharged. THOS. J. ROBERTS, :'. I Continuation of the History of Europe, an-l Uetail. by AMES April 18, '57. 16-6m j 5th and 6th volumes. Together with a general assortment of Tallahassee. May SI. 1656. 22-ly and a few hours tajjing. wppty of every variety of articles usually kept by

I j AWwtt's and Scutt's Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs' READY-MADE CLOTHING, Mackerel and Herring.A TLe Principal with the experience of twenty years. drotfgists. Planters awl Physicians will always find

Notice.SIX I French Revolution! ; Gibbon s Rome; Hume and Ma- that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing and ruled by a corps of competent a3"istanb.111 devote at thu establishment a full supply everything nee
'I cauley's England. 3rd and 4th volumes; Rolliu's Ancient"History : ever exhibited for sale in this city. consisting of FEW HALF BBLS. pach No.l Mackerel and his whole time t. the imrnvement of his pupils. ded and on the most liberal terms
weeks after date, the undersigned wi1L apply ; Thirlwall's Greece; Iw'uron'a'orks; I Fine Blri'-k and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, J\ Hen ing, direct from the Fisheries. For sale at The third! session will commence Monday January Orders from the Country promply0filled and Mtifa
the H"D.Judge of Probate, of Leon county for I Prescott's Ferdinand: and Isabella. Mexico. Peru. Fancy Cnssinicre and Beaver Frock aid Business a low rate by 12, 1857. For particulars. adlres.R tion guaranteed, with regard both prices nod qcalitj. -
letters of administration on tbe estate of Jubn Dent, NAUGHT, ORMOND t CO. Physician's prescription e
1 Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Rn.sell's Modern Coats, C ANDERSON, Piineipal. arefully corn pounded.
S deceased late of said county. Europe; Hallam'a Historical '.'Jrk!; The Woiks of Black an 1 colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- _November_ 8, 1856. 45 Nov. -29 t 1856. 48Lumber Also Eppmif's compound Fluid Extract of BccLu.

JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE. l' I>'nl Bacon, Addison Goldsmith, Irvinjr, Kcott Suck Snrtonta, u .Jan 5, 18516s

April 18. 57. 16-6w Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington, Spark W ash- Ra Kin's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere India Rubber Packing. .

in:;ton and Hendlcy's Wnshingtou; Chamber's Miscellaneous Kints, FNDIA Rubber Paikin of all thicknesses from SJ have on hand Five or Six hundred Tbousan Turpentine Farm for Sale.

Notice.SIX Writings in 10 volumes lil-rnry style\ ; Best Grenadine Barathea Satin and Cloth Vest, 16 to i inch constantly on baud at D. LADD. WE feet of goix] SEASONED: : LUMBER, of dis. : Sale about eleven! hundred acres of land, to
MOLIt},. after date the undersigned administra Chamber's Cjcl..petlia of American Literature in 2 Fancy Velvet, Custimere Silk nnd Cashmere do., Newport Oct. 18. 18:G. 42 oriptioti. which will be delivered !in Tallnhnsjc every low.- FOR with a small farm end improvement,and

of the estate of Lewis M. Saun,Jers. deceased volumes, just issued) containing an account of the I White Silk do, Those wishing Lumber can address us at Centrevillc. will be sold at a bargain inquire of
late of Leon.county, will! made Lie final exhibit to literature of our country from its discovery to the present Gents' Shaw 1 Dressing Rob",. Fine Shirts, Silk, Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE Bills sawed at short notice. JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FtJLLET.TTakulU .
the I day. with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts Cotton nnd Merino Under shirts
Judge of Pruhate of Mid aak ,
county and to bedischarged. Ufo' FLOltlDA. J A. R. COMBS 4 CO. Fix October 4. 1856.to
JOSEPH D..CHRISTIE Adtnt'rlAfri118 from their writing The best book of the kind extant Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. JEFFERSON COUNTY f Sept. 27, 1856. 89

'- 16-6m -ALSO-
.Simm's Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances -'; TM. IL ANDREWS gheriff nnd arlmicitrator Shoes Walter Gwynn
Kerseys Linseys and Blan ,
For Hire.A in sets ; Stal man'l Manual; Hi.tory of the A general nMortment of Fancy find Black Silk and ex officio of the estate of David Woolf. l late of bis
eerrices enter
Republic Webster's and Calhoun's Work's, complete, Satin Stocks Ties and Cinvat Collars colored and Jefferfou nin'y, deceased, has filed' in the Probate kets. OFFERS to persons wishing to
the U. Land Land
LIKELY YOnD Voc, accustomed to house" in volumes.. white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread office of JtfiVrson county. a written suggestion that 1 A AHA YARDS assorted Kerseys and Ga Office, by locating
work. A good cook usher and Ironer. Apply Blank Books and Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal do.. Lndics Gauntlets superior Linen, Crtn.bric and he believes the estate of D.n\'id Woolfc to insolvent 1U.UUU Plains, attention Warrants or otbenriae. He will also give prompt
to 1>. BRAILSFO11D MAXWELL, an.1 I Account Gold and Steel Pens with and notice ia .to all to business as may be intrusted to
5V Paper; Silk Hnndkerchiefi', Brown nnd Fancy Cotton, Lisle Thereupon given perwnu having 1.000 yards \VoolnndCotton and Wool Linseys, in either of the other offices in
at D. C. WIIAOS'B Store. khout handles; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Vistitiiuj Tlirend and Marino } Uoec Ac, Ao. CALL AND claims IIIU't snitl estate to appear and file the some 1.000 pairs grey mixed and white Blankets will be the Capitol. Charges
Aprill1"Z'Z. 15-tf and Playin-/ Cards; Lexers Journals Day. BUY. with the Judge' of Piohate of said county, on or before l.OOu pairs Russet Brogann. reasonaUcorrodrngtosevke.perormed.BeingDeputy -
Books,"Reeor(!. nnd Pas-Bioks, and ever) article October 18. 1856. 42 the 12th day of December next. when tLeru will With Wool) Hats Oiinaburgs. aMII.neh like articles will make la the State Land Office, 1M of coarse
Notice.SIX found in bncmew. be distribution of the funds no charge for busmen in that DepartmentMayll,1856.
usually our a p-o-rnta belonging to for Plantation use, in any quantity, by .
months after dAte I shall present my final nc- Nor: 15. 46 McDOUOALL & HOBBY.Pairbank's Dr. P. P. LEWIS said estate anmnt:t the creditors thereof: at which D.LADD. 20-ly _
time 'he said William IL Amotrewswill
\ud vouchers to the Hoo.Judgei>f Prubate apply f-r his Newport. Oct. 18,1856. 42
for Jefferson county, us admini trator of tlie ettiitc- UtAyles Perr GIVES notice to his friends and pat final discharge from the mlrninixtrution of snid estate. Notice.SIX .

R. Lord late of sjid county deceased, and ask that he i iM now in possession of THOMAS J. CHACE LIME. months after date the undersigned will present
the Ocl cknee River the Geor-
on near 1 a Jud of Probate.
form fivm Baid SITUATED all the latest improvements Del1tistn' e
atimillilrttor..1tif' accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Probate
WH. It. LORD-AdmtV. .:' kn"wn ns th Lynn Ferry being 1st. The extraction Ilf T..eth. without producing March 'I, '37. 109111Notice. 100 BBLS. Lime fresh and in good order,jutt for the county of Gadsden and 'ask for a final
cluirtnTeil 111h 1 well established nUll having \
S April 11,' ?. 15-6m now ; pnin. by the lIi.l i of n heal application which consists lauded alod l fur sale by settlement and dkeharge frt>m the administratorship
new ajid excellent Ferry Boat ter. fet wide and filty
in npplvintrun nnificml freezing! mixture to the McNAUOHT, ORMOND Js CO.
fret lon attended pnita of the estate of Wm. P. Lftrkioa. lAte of saM ooontj
:; Ix-ing competently nnic.ri4iinuly November R
1856. 45
until nuintwl. 2.1. The immediitl'I".rtiol'
Notice.SIX the undertigned would| r.j>erttulj! in form all wh fully of months after date, 1 will present to the lion deceased. THOMAS H. SCOTT Admt'nJan
A Temporary Set. on Gutta Perclia which SIX '
wish to cr8 the River that th y cnn cross at Fnir.oo1I's can Ve Court of Leon county my accounts and 24. 57. 4Executor's m _
weeks after'date I shall apply to the lion worn with comfort and ease till the Gums nr* nil] y Notice.
Ferry at nil times with ease and safety whether vouchers as Adicinfctrutnr "f the -stnte of Matthew
of Probate, for Leon county le..l letters i>f prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted en deceased nnd tile time having demands the of
the water is high or low. I. Allen at sama apply for n persons against estate i Notice.
administration on tbe eetale of Jackson J. Smith late that beautiful plan cnllr continuous Gums, which are ALL Whitaker lore .
HARRISON FAIRBANK.Jan. final discharge from the fuithT administration of said deceased of Leon county -
of sail county deceaset' LEVI BOLE. 17.V.7. 3 I much worn anti admired, fur beauty,strength, ItIxi estate. R. G.ALLE.'i.Fc arc not jheI to present them to the undersigned SIX months after date I shall present my final aft

March 21/57. 12- tr perfect cleanliness. 14, '67. 7-6m administratrix within lie time prescribed by law, or and voucher to the Honorable! Judge of
Notice.S May 31. 1856. 22.. they will be barred ; and! Ml indebted are requested Probate fair Jefferson County as executor of Job

Boots and Shoes.TITENS' to make payment immediately. Johnson late of said County, deceased, and auk tat a

Cbtldretw' IX weeks after date the undersigned will apply Notice. Administrator NoticeS SARAH WHITAKER, Adiatx.Marrfi dismission and discharge BS such ex.cutt r. ,

JJjL Woolens'and aMortrnent. A hand.,. to the Hen. Judge of Probntu of Leon cuunty for weeks from date, the underfiimeil will ap IX rnlllltl1l5110t'r.Iaht J will present to the Hon. Pro- U.57. ll-8w JAME3 HIKES,qualified executor.
S some perMvstic.. letters administration on tha estate of' Adam G'ram- FOUR J tbe Hon.Judge' of Probate of Leon I bate Court o!flncUden.rcunt y. my nccnimt tail -- November 22, 1856. 6n>47
aDd for sale! by McNAUOHT, OKMOND & CO. canny _
ling deceased late of said Vouchers! administrator tie bourn non ot the .state
: March :U,'S7. 21 county. for her dower in the personal estate of the late n Notice.AJ4T4 S
-. *- A. P. GRAML G. S Fletcher Whituker, deceased. .\k of James Pnindrxter. deceased! and at tlm same time tun.it."emaud..' Circular Saws.
S March 28, ,'. 13-ffw BARAH"WHtTAKER.ApriJ. apply for a finnl discharge! from the further admin!*!ration persons g-ainlt the estate of
Coflee. 4. 1857. 4w:14 '. of call tsUil HUDSON MUSE. (,deceased,late of .Leon .county, WELCH & GRIFFITH'S and ,BO! A GO'S
Quincy, Jim. 17, '5'1. 3-6m are hereby itotided to present them !A th t. nnoVrsigned Saws,frmn 42 to>4 itxhes six. costantly -
In Leon Circuit Court. '
SACKS Prime Rio 6 do.Landinj r.rai'lt'aib S ndii inutrator de buiiis .
20 Notice > non.within the time pre, i for sale a1'a, co-omiseion. ouNetsport. uisiuetVtpriese. .
from Brodie. and {br al. by Daniel K. Granger and James Notice. scribed r>y law, or they will be barred; and all those by S D. A1)D.

McNAUGHT. ,ORMOND d CO. n..O&l1Jbte, late partner SIX xveeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon. ;indebted requested. to make payment immediate .December.SO.. n L ... t. -
:1 tl. n.. ,U. SS trading. Ac, as Granger & In attachment 11ge of Probate III Leon county for..letters of ALL persons having d.nlutdstI'inl'i! the estate of Iy. .JII
; Sam sworn to.$It 15. ) Botolo, deceased, late of Leon JOHN D. REICHERT adintV.de bonis
GamblTlvmi ., Administration In the estate of Jackson J. Smith, de- county .non. -.t
;::.Land,Plow Steel.SWJmIJIkr a : TI"C 17. Damages.,, r' OO.. ceased'late of'Mid. county. art' notified. present them to:the' undersigned ad Monticello.March 14. '57. l-8v The. lorith&nJO: ; :

loch RS P.Raoljh.. ApriU.. 1867 6w14 JOHN:.OASON.U miuistrator.t'itbiz5the |Jim prrfcribud by law, .or h bUsb.m&v.r8ATURDAYb7 ,. S
to 8 focbes., ,.' I they will be tarred ; and those }Indebted are fequtl.ted Dissolution of ,
DettndaDt. and allot persons interested, CoPartnerabip.THEpartmrshin .
;Hoop tad Ban '
Plow SUet 7.;a $ aod" 0 nth3Jrg Bod:. THE hreby.Ikitt6e' of the Institution of the above S. Marshal's Sale. to make, aymeut i immediately.n. A. SHINE. Adrat'r.. heretoA exisling between Join JAMES.. .,S. JO'NEEDrro1. -. &.J'zoyv31Oi.. '. _

suit.byatta4itw4are required to appear. and virtue itiued l March 21. '6'7. J2-8w ) Robert Heir In the weighing,storage .jLt Tvo Douuaa-per annma,.fa ad'aa** i
of ,
fi. fk. Ike
f ,. 4' &'&to3&3&SS&rJtBcksi. plead tu the dtcJ rflSi filed tlwrein.: BY Northern a TJ. & Court and selling cotton business this dAY .dwmlT ; ,
the of .
l V-t ,.- District Florida,wherein Al ; itithop '
; r n '. JIrCIL- DRT "crk by mutual consent BROOME'A HBIB..August ADv nmm.r.-- :
__._._, .__ .',___'..: _. '_, _'. < __. __,._.. _.'___ A PMt 4;rT8$' J.C..em : : len.send McLean is & Bulkley are plaintiS and Ie oTo1fn- Notice. !<, 1858. 33w 0 S rtoflJlOTsorI alLfir tin ertiM. tl W
levied qc
deft'Dlftnf.I and shall :
upon ex-
: having demands\ aefcinst the estate of ..V w I Im'd
person MdimbMM fT
.. 1' r.44 ._, ,.-,.. <. S :.. 1 "; ,..' ,.-. :(9 :.. .: PAM for on salebeIire tli. first M'mdnr the.Court In May Honw.1857.door beiween,;jn If'Iti.teJlo. theusnatbours ALL'nstoperCL Kyle::4eeeaud, late of Ooilsden Ney. BaalOr1iad- it$10 pit I

.. '-, '.., !. Q1X.Mootbj t afUr daU I$1Tit'CUfltfl7] .iSnaVao.Jndps of salt, th) fullowiruj lands to wit Sooth county.. are hereby notified-1< present- the aanM to the ..,. lf .Wmm.. .: :.r.5.- f. ., \ i
.E"B "'JI'.o r.-. ,"' of anderslgned adm istrat",wiU1 Q the'ltaii prweribed Adnrl'_ t iQt:_ r. h4 _w. i iTn.
toonfiad's'eucberD half ot B,;B f.and B. & 4 01 S.W.ofkn. 8, in "
.'n. ii' I 3a.,or this 'tle*will be eall/'Io Ol J == "M
by .
:fcl ,JefiWioo flQ'&Ctl,''* r"of tb.ettaU of T. t. B. 0; 8.,and L..nnta1nng: 120 acres more or ,. -iJflpO'1'f a.,. '.Robert;R;'JVDCK, DO*ufcaaid.tamtg decetatd/and lea,.M,1 'upon the prop.rtT of:said.defeiidaBtnd and all pervnif indebted lo MM det: i.rtqne't gMngs tCf "wt7".tii 1._ .. ij ; .. \ "v, .

\.1.rhl 4stk;Ad for sa .b7 > uk 1JI'.a. tU._ from blp. (" to W old .u.1I&id,'wnt. .ceordinc to law. ted'4 to S ak..p.a. < ImmeiJlaWy..- ;'W&i;: ? liberal tdTBBM. *oo. ..tottatf wat.toAojori '."l; ;IF o-ot ."5rUfir_,; ,j
S 5 .Wf.L'JtYLB. '
'K trORT.ORKOlQ.t.. .CO.fl. S .1tOB. f'IJ/.romtOr; ExtV.JJ T rm* ttb." E. E.:BLACKBURN.April March '1'1. 'I.. Admit.. .JmIB'. COLJ8.t _. .JiI.>...-..". '" '
,'fl.i- II 5- trek li, .,. 'U.tm' 4, Ua'l.It Marshal 28 t li, 1IM.. tt .

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