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 16, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY. JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE- ,-.j. ; FLA., MAY IG, 1857. V ttX.tJ': 20.

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BY AUTHORITY the compensation of the cletk of the dl-tiiet t a valid title to the land for the site of such contract ; and the same shall be in full for o.-'s dwellfng( and foot bridge to Lima Rock For a light house to be placed fri ovar

and circuit courts of the United Suites for the buildings in each case shall be vested in the nil the losses by him sustained in said service l liLt! house, one thousand flue hundred dol the town of.Mount,Pleasant, Cbarlejtoa'hirbor -'

eouthem district of Illinois, for tr.inscii'in"' United States, and until the State shall also by Indian depredations or otherwise. This lars. six thousand dollars.
LAWS OFTH certain records under the act Ci-ngress approved duly release an-1 relinquish to the United grant is made on the condition that the Post For reconstructing the light house tower, For completing the two beacons or nog

April twenty third eighteen hundred Stn'es the light to tax or in any way assess master General may at any time, on giving and for new illuminating apparatus at Dutch lights on South Island Point and North Island

[CocLrDED.) and fifty six, shall be the same as is author t>;iid site, or the j.iopeity of the United States three rn nths' notice, annul the contract of I Island, four thousand dollar. Georgetown, in addition to the fonner.rfppro-

CjlAr. CXXIX.-An Act citing Appropriations frr izc-d by the act of February twenty six, eigh- the light to tax or in any wiy assess said bite said Hall. For rebuilding the light house tower, for priatlons, fire thousand dollars.

certain Civil Expenses of the Government for the U en hundred and fifty three, concerning fees or the property of the United Stntes that nlaybe SEC. 8. And bo !ft further enacted, That preservation of site, and for new illuminating For house Fort Point
- a light on nesz
x JreJ cur ami ending lifty-seveu.the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun- and costs for copying recoids and attending there-mi, dm ing the time that the sai-l United the Postmaster Genernl is hereby authorized apparatus for Nayat Point light house, six Georgetown; six! thousand dollars. .

< ccu.ts durng their bittings.SEC. Stales shall bo or remain the owner to $pay to George II. Glddlngs! contractor for thousand five hundred dollars
gKC. 2. And bo it fuither enacted, That 13 And be it further enacted: That : thereof. earning the mail on route number twelve For completing the sea vm4I for the preservation Georgia.--For a beacon light oil or Bear

the\] $ c.-ta-y: nf! the Treasury be, nnd ho islere'y there be allowed! and paid! to the! late mmtnisBioners SEC. 20. And be it further enacted, That thousand nine hundred, from Santa Ft, Now of the light house site at Watch Hill the south point of JSapelo Iw ad, to range
authorized to cauu to ha 63ld :.t pub- for land clni-ns i i.iCaiifoinin iuthrmi the Mexico Antonio with the main light for the bar acd channel,
sttiling piivate to of the: Tieastiry to to San Texas, monthly each t-n thousand dollars.
lie jimti-'ii the icver.ue//cutter" Inghsni," iiow appi.ited under the act of !March etilargo the building now in progress of construct way, according to the contract Under which For rebuilding alight house tower on a one thousand fire hundred dollars. .r;

stationed at Cetr.ii, and lh Uanison," thSH gh-eeu hundred nd! fifty one, and! acts I )' >'i to b-j nsod as a custom house anil slid servi.-e i id: now being performed, the sum proper site, in plico of: the present lighten For a beacon light to range with the Am _

now MationeJ at Oswego, flti-i in 1ei:? tbcieo' I ad.iiti.tnal t'asreto. ono nionili's sa'trv fur ser [post ofiie, at StIl.1 sky, Ohio, by the add! of thirty three thousand five hundred dollar, Blo--k hland, and for fitting the same with eali Island light and the outer bar two thou.
', to cause to b fubsoqent eighteen ;in story, and othei wise as saiiiStcnlary t-achyear's service, commencing wi-h the suitable apparntu3, nine
!tcci": of the revenue on tho lakes, r.f the hundred and filty six. (an-i: to th- s'veal! m.iy deem expedient, the sum of eighteenth day of August, eighteen hundred For a beacon on Sand Spit, off Citnnoni- For two beacon lights and keeper's dwelling -

I iuMien ol about fclty tons seh ; :uid that the bcrbing: r.gents for c ;iJ connnissio.i: tie! nin. tci>:i thousand: five hundred dollars bean and fifty five and continue during hia contract cut Pciiit, 'vest tide of entrance to Providence on or near the north froat of Amelia Is-

sum <>f forty five thousand dollars bs end the same cc npeii&ation fur the irceiit, and disI I I the same is hereby apprnpriated, with : Provided, That the Poftma.ter Genera River, one thousand dollars. and, five thousand dollars. .

8.1II.C isbeieby app-spriated for batd pas pose buiemu-ni of monies as art- a lowe I (0 other ta! [per cent thereon' for con ingeiicies : Provid.ed bi-, mid, he h hereby authoi lied to annul For restoring pier, dyke well, and shore For a email! light hon.'a to be erected on
nut if niiv_ ni r.oy in ihw treasury not rthervi'C dis'nun-ing officers of ti.e in Califon.in 'J'hnt tlie sai-1 : house two thousand the ; in the of Savannah
: you-nuncMit I money hereby ipprojiii; ted contract, ca giving three rnorithV notice f.-.cing at Goat Island lght bay, city to grid: -
I \ nj jiiopiu.tcc 1 :, in LiCiit..h: to the proceeds the s.ima to le p ihl out o!' the uiv.-x-: sh.ill not bc h expend.il until said Secietaryfha'l to said contactor. : five hnndred dollars. vessels from Fig Island light house,two thctr

ofhe B.i i? fi'iove authorized.SKC. : Ftivd\ bal.'we! of f mmi'es lit-ref fo.'u :i ipiDpiiated :! hr.fif ( oat rated. upon sac.h see u. iy as SEC. 9. And be it further enacted, That For rebuilding keeper's duelling and for sand dollars.! _

f : 3. And he it fi'J-r: t"'ieH? That f.ir the saiu.iiosaiid expenses L-f said IKuriy: 'ipprove, for tie: c.leti.>ti, i-fsaiJ t'IP proper accounting- officers of the Post alterations at Point Judith lignt house, three For a bell buoy to mark the entrance to

rot mole ih.i. tv.o icnireittit officers (one of I I cor.irnio.':. ) b.ii'ding.' so i-nl.iricd.; at a t.un eqU-il: to or Oi fit'o bvj'-irtnient be and thev are hereby thousand (five !hnndred dollars. Savannah river, five thousand dollars.

\\\v\) in to 1-e a cu..t.ti ln .-..- Srit litt -Mir, r.t Sri: ;. 14. And be it farther enacted, Th-it 1 -vs than: the am.TUil herefoforo and liurvbyappiopii'i an'Sioii/.ed and I iequired to wcuto*" the "joit:* Co n cticut.-For the protection and preservation For a bell buoy to mark the approach to

to esrii ofsaU MXui: M8.ire. !.on-.ber) of Chtvrkffs! east of thC I 21.I And be- (fmthcr for Point mouth Florida. For
MissisHppi' it rnnctcd, Thithe worth, now deceased, anptoved the sixt'n d.iyof : dwelling keeper at Lynde continuing and completing!
4. And be it futiher ennrie.i, That that were omiiti-d in the censts taken bv D.W. I Pn--iileiit, ol the United States cause t') .i'gi.t.; ei hU-en hundred and forty tix." of Connecticut Rive-, eight thou'and six hundred I the vrett on of the first class light house *u.

in ;:dciti: u to ihosi' new flowed: hy lav\ the Siler in eighteen hundred and fitly i 'one, I 1 be constructed, at K y West. Fbi idi, a
PdMmasli r General thall be nuthoiizcd, toomplov I and pay the fiie thous.tnd! dollar! apMnipria.: able building' for l the! :tcCiiutiiotlo ion uf tlie j to his hgn1 r.p.vsentaMves: out of any money a light vessel to mark t'e Long Sand fifty three, to be placed near Jupiter inlet,

four deiks of class one ; and the sum : ted by the eighth? st-c ion of tho a, t V!>: : diet t q't t-oiiil!! of the Unlrt'd; $t.tttS for the in th" ticitsuiy not u'herwiat* ; ; 'roprited.SEC. Shoal, off Cornfield Pcint, in Long Island nineteen thousand five hundred and twenty

of fotr thousand eight hundred dollars is 1Pprcip iatint.s fur the current, : and c mtii! u n i I 10 And bs i it. further eincted, That S-'Uiju', eignteeu; tlioJtsnJ three hundred and two d. liars and ninety cents.

I. -iel.y uppiopiiated. out of .c.ny money i in I Ip expenses of the IiHhn deurim-} ..*, nj.j.iou-d; ..t? eight ;thousand' : dollars t tie and IK! same | the provi-'', at thy
the; tuasury not titnerwisp! Hppropii.ned to July thirty one extern huin'red' and fifty is !hereby ap nopiiited for this purpose out of ] ihe act of M.vch third, ( ighleen i-undrdJ and New Yo'k -For completing the first clr.s1? en Rebecc Shoal, authorized August

jiv iijich increase compuns.r.i.m and the four, to said Indian! ?, :u .- ir.ling i to the lit: :fy money( in tlie! t:eau -y not ulher\\i5C ar.propi .- j fifty one, etmii led An act nuking i appioprir.ti.iiis ; iigh' hou3o '.t O'nrJtVPt Bay, L jng Iihid, thiity one, eighteen hundred and fifty.two,

t e'e'k: 'l.si* iiuthoiizi-ci, including! arrears now capita diiltihiitii'i marte: bv ti' lV-i;: iniito : : i ttd.ApirtmvJ. for tht.- ser% ice of th" Pot O.lice Depirtm.'itt j twelve thousand dollars. and August three, eighteen hundred and fifty

due t ten.por.iry cl -' 1a to the thiri'n th of : tia! liiteiior.! in p-irsuuio d t'f.' p i ioi, l'-s August 18, ISjO.CHAP. ( ; ilu m i.'g te: fh-il: } enr ending i th-j i ithiitieth For the protection and preservation ol the four, ten ihnasand dollaia.

Ju'K ( i Luen bu'ictrd and Cfty seven.ifur contained ill tl.e cp""ut: i-i the AUeuw; (..Jtner I i of June, tighti.Tti hundred and fity: i light house vte at Snti 1's Puitt, Long Island For a bell buoy to mark the approach to

r 5. A d fie it further enacted, That < l ol the United States o'i th.it subject f, o! C.XXX-An Act in iklnj; Appiipih'ions! f rtlif two, .inJ for other purposes," is Imrvby re- Sound: four thousand ubo hunJred ad thirtv the bar at the mouth of tho St. John's River,

.ieS cn-tary of the Teiasary be authoiized Apiil sixteenth, eighteen bunden ami fiity Sercice of the i'-st OJneii Ui-partint-iit during pealed. j five: dollars. five thousand dollars. k

S. i pnchase for the United States the three one.SEC. the fi liunjit-.l
e os at tie! Atlantic dock, at the port o! 15. And 1 lc it further enacted, That ; of: the 1 Ight house si'e at Execuim Dame' Point, in the Sf. John s River, nine

: J\evYok: now held by Hie United States ih- mutual componsat-on of the chaplain to 13c't eiiai-ted by the Si-nnt. and House ofRtiirei CHAP. CLX-An net making AppmpriB'inns for j jLiijlit Rocks, Long Island Sound, five thousand two thousand five hundred dollars. .

in de a lease for a tt r.n cf yenrs, and the the United States Peniteinia-y; shall; be five nt.iiveof theUni! ( ed States of Ane h"Uri Light b-i'itg. BJ- VB. ic. and providing j hundred and fifty dollars. For beacon lights at P.ney Point, Cuckoo

6 mi one liimJied thousand d IhiiF, o sonv.ich hut dr.-d dollars, and tur-rry per rent on; the! : t.-.i in Cosgres5; asH-mbled, 'J'hat fie! fol- I Il f'T the Erection, amid E-tt-tbliftlinQ uf the same, For an iron spindle on the Hen and Point, and Nine mile Point, in the St. John's

: thereof as may be icq-iired for the purjoe p for the simcof i the Post Office it enacted the Senate and House of
of ; j by
: ; is hereby app-opiiati-d, out any money fifty three. thousand dollars. thousand dollars.
ii: the treasury not otherwise: ap, rjpria- SEC. 16. And be it flit tlier enacted. That I l'-paitment' : for the car c in'ing the thir ieth Representatives of tho United States of A- For the protection and preservation of the For buoys and diy marks in the St. Johns _

ted : Pic\iitd.! That the title to said stores, there shall be I pud to John, C. Rives, by :he i f June, one thousand! : eight hun I'ed! rnd fiftjs.v met iei in Congress assembled That the piers in the [Hudson River, upon which lights I river, two thousand dollars.
n. oil of any m bu y> in tjf! trea u -y ai'i- i following ap; ,>r.pii.t'ions be, and the sanv* itre
and the grounds theieutito belonging shall Secretary of the >'e.iut an.I Ck. k of the are placed, five thousand four hundred and For a day beacon on Sea Horse Reef
si iiOin the *e e.'ines i.-l the bait! be made the United Stales in kui-h House g itej dollars. Celar three
to manner of Representatives, otit of the cnntin toity eigh ( Keys,) thousand dollars.
iS shall: be satisfactory to lhJ Prtsi1.1. gent fiitids of the two houses, arcor 'iiiz to confonnity to the act of th? #1-1-01 d of July. : { n/ money in fie treasury not otherwise app.opiialrd I For competing! the light house authgr'zed; For buoys tnd stakes for Cedar Key ChanV
un-j lioU3.ttil: cij'.it: lu..d eJ and ;lrrty j ; to enable the Secretary of the I ITif.is.iry
.::. the number of copies of the Cong: t-Ssi.Mial August three, eigh'een hundred and fifty four nel and Mnnitee River, one thousand two
SEC. G. And bo it further exacted, Tr.af. CiloKe: and Appowti:; taken by each, one six : | to carry the proviMons of this act for Morton's Point, in addition to the former ham'r'd dollars

the r
ISritr.vi, rf Jir e f.'i: vijbteeM! hundred nrct ding three tuound pages, So.a Jung tt-sson: six miiiii:! ; one hundred u.d: fut ty thousand | to any land: which it may be necessary !I thousand five hundred do'lara.F site, al Dry Tortng.is, and fitting it with
be obf-ined reasonable
fifty four, s'.ia!! h? fiilowed the sum cf four or fifteen }rrumi-e-l j l1g'S 'or a s-ho.t one. iirlading : di.lj-us. j to use, cjinr.ot on j r a light house at or near Tarrytown rirst order apparatus, thirty five thousand dollar
For composition to pos'm-iFters, two : terms, cr th c.rchis've right to such land can
miliion one hu: be ji.-ud cut of Rppropii-Mion! made on the Liiited brutes, comuie.icing; \\iiii this ss. dollars. For the erection of proper range lights for
i iFir the United States demands; it, before tl.eaperopriation
fiis of August eigli! eei hundred: fad fifty ; For the presetv lljn ?'d protection of the I crossing the bar at the entrance to Pensacdi.stbfr -

: m, ivr tiie p.-o-; 'ution cf the \voik! iucluuing 13fl.Sec.. 17. And be it fmtlihr (-nacl(-d. That ship, fteambo.-it, and way letters, Uven- ; would by law fall into the surplus J light house site at the mouth of the Geiiesste !N : and for competing the light authorized *
thouf-aiid dollar- | fund in and all such cases the ,
p: y o: c MnraisIon jr, atiJ all l olbor csjK'ii.s the Serit-tan of f the TieaMjry, bt- and he is ty any imp. River, two thousand dollars. at that place Augs3. three, eighteen:
fi'6t niticlp! the For wiaj.pi'i! p.-ipcr; forty fight thous.md prop: i itions s'lall!! be applicable! to the objects | For rebuilding the beacon light at Van hundred and four
; '8 !provnifd iti tiis of reciprocity her cliv Ji'Jthoiizetl and t(9 uiu'd i ty afipoint:; a fifty thirty thousand dol
tim within
five liuiid-ed ilollars. for which .made at '
I they are any Wie's River thoasan lars. *
v.ih: Gictt Biitcin., 8:2itubiy quitit'd i.eihl Dam. Hudson one twu I
treaty Ofl
p&i I For rilii'i' fuinitinv in tIe cfficcs, six two sears after the first meeting: of the legis- !
SKC. 7. .A'i'l bit fuither eusctod. That of diugs, cht-nncaN, metiirmes: s.e., at ..llFinniico hundred (lollars.or For rebuilding the light hotise tower and
11)aiO,111l five hu dt -d! dollars.Fir : l htnre in anv .St.i'e wherein: such lat.d may
in (lie settlernert cf the arcoauis of the
advertising eighty five thousand dollar be situated, vjLsequent tc pes age
End receivers o: the j.uUic JatiJ ofatvs; ttie.Sicrttary ;I-I* *uv i. 'o tIIt1,441ad uiilaS.SEC. : ( Ontorio, five thousand dollars. thousand dollars. .

o! thf ulterior be and he is ncMiyto 18. And l be it fmther enacted, That} I ?. j act, l It' wit : and improving j New Jeisey.-Yr.r erecting a fi st class For n day hescori at Turtle harbor, Florida -
For miiil b-igs fifty eight thou-and five Maine.-For altering, refitting, -
ttioiiz't1 aiiow, subiec-r to the approval of tlc Sec tiary f the Treasury be and he i is | Rock ten light house, and fitting it with first order r.ppanitus Reef, one thousand and five hundred dollars. !-
bundled d.illars the light at .Mount Desert ,
.. ir.lp! for authoiizod d liiected ( j at Barnegit, inzt2\ of the present I .
Cuiies?, s ;i:: ieas : C3p1IatIOfl hereby .11 to cause to '
For blanks! : and! for the same, ninety I thousand dollars. \
zuitl.iio.j il clerical semr--eE and extraordinary! be COiistrutd 1 tin fol! o\\i j it; b.iildings. paper and inefficient one, forty five thousand dollars.: For a Tght home to nmk the entrance
thousand I five liii ud red dohlt For building a suitable texver keepcr'IWehhitig j
one I : rs. j
expeti'.ts inciJe'.t tsa.iJ ofHces as he shall At Poit moiith: New llatiij.siiiie, for the the For continuing und completing the lighthouse I to St. Andtew's Bay, fifteen thousand dol
For mail lock, key a, and stamps, eighteen 'I ( a'nd' or providing and placing j authorized three handred lars.
liiik! d and nrcon.iiiodation of !the iiistttgii laou. ot- August eighteen .
> ty Corgres 1)-I
: just a proper, repoit [p Manimcus I
I thousand five imuircd do!lam s. necessary i timiniiting npjiaratus at -
all SJCi cases of *!iovrarc: ;:t each succe. fie'1, Mid the United States courts, a Jmildiiigof hundred and fifty fo'ito be erected at or near For buoys and stakes for the bar and channels -
thousand! five
For mail depe.iatiois: : inJ special agents, | Rork, i.ity! five I
ding: Etfsioii, \\i\li\ efli-rat" of thc'cum or felon-, with fi-e proof floois, of iron: beams Absecu-o, seventeen ihous md fcrtr hundred leading to and in St. Andrew's Bay, four
fi\v thous'iiui! 'liillare. dollars.
sun.s required to r.sy tljt- same. and hiickuoik, iio i ioof, shutteip, siils, Ac., sixiv house tower and I Iheetwr's and thirty six dollars snci sixty two cents. thousand dollars. ?
l'r vleiks ii; the offices of postmasters, For rebuilding tho 1ftt ;
S!:x. S. Au< bc j it :fuilherfterucied. That eiuhty fie feet 1 ng by) sixty uidtatid sixty anti fit- For rebuilding the founda'i: ,i of the light For baojs and day marks in Pensacola
dwvln"| and
nnd hundmd and fifteen thousand do-! : lor supj.lxing
: seven ; |
the Secretary of x.Vsr is hereby suthoiiztd ffft h'g!., to St tintmotc llian eigh'y t-i rht Segnin house tower and Keeper's dwelling at Bergen Bay aid tiibutatieF, three thousand five hun-
order at
I I.H I ling first illuminating apparatus -
Point, thousand d.>llars. died dollars.
and oirt-rtvd to psj to thp! hIder of the war thousand do lars. s.For dollars. i twenty a
At Na&hiilli. Tennessee for theacro'siiio pf i.tngp stamps: and stamped envelopes tliirtv five thoubnml : Fur rebuildiug! the foun-fation, light house I Alabama., -For the erection of eicnat
bon Is oj't e 5r.l2 cf CiJifornia the aniour.tof i idation Jivi- thousand dollars. i For renuil.lin the light hou-e, and fitting | a ? _
4,1. the lou oltici' U-.ii seventy tower, and keepers dwelling at Passaic light light, and fitting it with illuminating
m< iiy ; ppr-ipi'.ui-J by set of Congress : custom it', poat at West proper
For fiiib'-ellaneous item hundred and it witli: illuminating; apparatus
: ?, one proper
ib : bun- ted Statea comts and s'eamb' ( house, in Newark Bay, twenty thousand dol apparatus, on Sand Island, i.ff the
approved May [Autr] ; t.'ghteen ) '> inspector tliouiid! doII-ns. j Qunddy Head, fifteen thousand dollars.
died and iifiv liiruni-d the State dcc-p and leet to j For compensation of two supeiintendent ent light at the point, thirty five'thousand dollars. -
And now actually paid by long by si.\ly ixy high, -
the sum of tw itnllum I t\.o hundred Jiinl fifty r.-ul fitting: it \\ith proper illuminating apparaU3 ; for; tie life statbns the of Island .
coasts Long
cf Caiifornia frr the suppression cf Ii.iiiai: I cost not more than ninety five thuu-and dollars
i iappiopiiated doll !
iliou .Miid d'ilii3! be and the same i ; hem elmv ( five thousand trs.
and New three thousand dollars. For
i Jersey, repairing the light house and keipex'itiwil
}.uiiie8 5tLin the saui Str.'e prior to the Maishal'samid
be iii in For rebuilt i the littt house at j
to paid out J'I.V mono) ) i g .
first dav iii j.-inu.ily. Anno Domini eighteenharuied At Og'Jet t.1nrg.]> New York, fortheacrnmtnoda lag, enlarging and fencing 4n the
the ti'-jisuty, not ol hert iso a P1""l'| | it: (I, to J Jsiipplv P iii.t: lilting it \\ith! proper ilhtit1iiP1'.ingiipparitu For four of attached
compensation offity keepers grruida the
to i at Choctaw
idii of the house ami oflice ime
: tnd tIy: bar, under the following) ; custom post f.v. thousand dollars.
; dificincies in I the p-venue of ttie Post | t :
r-s'nct'.uns: an-J r gf latcn? : Before any ;i building of I like I materials, ixty feet I l"iigby Otli; Uep-irtmeiit, for the yenr ending! the Tor rclr.-iring the I lijl-t houro at Fort: ititions, at two thousand hundred dollars hundred eacn dollars. pt.rnartun't1 I dollars.Point near Mobile, Alabama, two thousand
bon Jim- thousand hundred Point I illuminating
till tiktlI ol ', one : tight | an filling proper l For
*\ the board of and to cubt not mote than t'iousaJ dllars. Mississippi.- rebuilding the light hcusa
ar. tiiry s: sii be presented to ti''y : five thousand dtdli ,
I ai-l fi;> iev. a. : apj
y To complete the fitting of s'ntions, oU and] and keeper's dwelling Round Island
conn; sstwsers appriavJ by the legislutureol lalanJ ThoroJ eight
I SKC.: 3. And 1 bit further e'ia ctetl. That J I'or a lijht houuat Di-er on the coast of New eleven thousand doll.itB
new Jersey
t-i.iJ State by r.n :ici ioved Ap il nineteenth At Georgetown in the DUtrict of Columbi.i I thoiiS'ind doll ,
ap; hfaro Cve
time sum of five bundled thousand dollars be ; :irs. j thousand five hundred dullar For rebuilding! the
elghteer. hu-.dreit jud lifty BX, and for thu accommodation of tie! cufetom i lor.t ., at 1 Bass Ilcnd Hat bor, ? light house tower at
and the sime is hereby, appropriated for i ) higit: ;se ; |
and ; purihasini To complete tl.i fitting out of stations, old the west end of Cat Island, and fitting it with
offiro. of
tl! e aniount due ar.d payable upon each bond post a litnlling: ma five thoiisr.nd dollaie.!
site uul tli erection
b endorspd thereon Ly said com r.U&ioners.Upa let i4als, sixty' f'rt l long by fi-rty live It-ep amithiily ot'.ihc.; n? ncss.Lry, : building for or the prepAration post of-- for a light !''iouse on or near Spoon Isltndii :thousand: !'t} n w, fiw i-n the tiUni'red coast doll of Now ii s. York, eight proper dollars.illuminating apparatus, twelve thousand

to the Secretary of Vhr two feet higli, to cost not more than of five thou.e.ind '
dJitir the -
ptesentati lice in the city iii. New "to'k.S : :: to approp'.i.uion For five thousand dollars. Louisiana. Fcr !
contingencies; the
of boi.tl bones thus endorsed, it 'uailbe fifty thou-tJ d s. | thirJ rebuilding lighthouse
or dol.ur eighteen j jhundr.'d
aiy :c. 4 And be it further; enacted, That ? August Delaware additions and
making to keeper's
CJ.IAI.E ira'-rnnt in favor cfte At Dubmiuc, !lo'.va, (for the afcommoilation house in Bay.-Fnr dwelling at Pass Machao, ten
; :s duly ;c till- fourth i section of the act of Con j 'e-< upniiveii and! fifty foar. for a light the ight h in.l-Jer or holders! thereof for t>>c M.-our.t o! the fUfctom iiou-i", post oKco: and Ut.it'-, l hie Haute 'l'tio 0:13 thousand: ,
of hundnd and : ouglifare.
fiJ'tii: An n t i-ighti-en [ an
; and: for their and preservation, I For thi election of th9
p'rtectnn house the
cert: eJ! to be tiu upon the a-ne by the suucuniaiiszl Si.'s coJ't! *, :a li'iil'ling uf like mi vital?, j f four enti'.led An art k: doilais. j light on _
tin :
fifty rig aiprojnations | themand hundred I southwest reef the
: I 'L ( eighteen one an twenty near entrance to Atchafo1.13
the 3ecret .f tho eighty fh'e feet long by t! > t' anil sixty < Widow's Is1ind i -
< ty :
:jers, tpou uy Hj for the! servire of the Post Office Dejiaitmtn' For a light hous? on or near -
j dollais and four to
cents. a buy
one forty substitute
as for the
Treasury ubo is oirc-cted to thesare leet high, to cost not more than i-ighty eight j of thud i a prea-
hereby the !
piy the fi--c.il in addition to appropriation:
during year en :ing' tao For continuing the const Uftion of the light emit Atchafalaya Bay light ship, and also for
j jAt
e ; iVoded, Tim said: amounts in thaggrt'gae thousand dullors.| thir ii-li! ot t June, one thousand eight hundred August, *lghiti-emi} hundred and fifty four, two i house authniized August% third, eighteen hun the light houio at Point de Per "thou
shall exceed the amount of1l10nV Knoxville, Tennessee, f.ir the accomtnodation j doll ; twenty
not hundred
I thousand five trs.
and: fifty five, be suid the same is hereby j dred and fiity four, on or mar Ship John sand dollars.
act of Congress I of the ciutom h use, post oilii-e, th> south .
appropriated) by nppioved conliniied Tor on-? year from Aug'.ist fifth. For a lull bu y to be place. nn j Stnu.ls five thousand delta For house
s. a light
tv\city the
ar mouth of
or near
Sfth hundred and and United States c nrt.a, building of like i imateiials hous. thi*
: August eighteen breaker off Wliito Head light at i
.ij.itn-n! !.u.ired! at.tfifty: -ix. For con inuipg the construction of the light the Amite River Lake
fift four said bon alter redemption, and eighty h've feet long bv six'y deeji ] I five thousand on Maurepas, Louis
) Sii f>. And bit further ftiiclPtl, Tint entrance of Pcnobscot Bay, [ housa authorized August thirJ eighteen hundre ana. six thousand dollars.
after off the that remain and s-xty feet Li .:Ii, to cott not more than j ,
Inking coupons 03.13 ) ,he First Comptioller i of t tlio: TuaS'iry;: s'lall [ doiltis. and fifty four, for Cross Ledge forty Texa?.-For the.ereetion,of a light h use
shall be d. livertd to thf Secretary of eighty tight thousand dollars i iAt laced the lodge
cnpjsid, I bell! to be on
of the ninth For buoy
a |
[proceed to execute I 1I' pro\i Lt.LlS I : seven thousand bar hundred and ninety two at or near the head of the u Swath abreast
War to be cancelled.SEC. GaLna, lllinoi'', tor tit! acrommo.lalion of Boono hland five .,
M-rtion of t'i' ..ft of1\ ncV' lliinl eighwii [ ah.uit tlnee miles east J dolHrs and nine of Head
cents. Alligator in
9. And be :t further enacted, That cf th custom !house and: p ut office, a buiKIing |I AiactWlki thIoasII.l dnl! twen'y Martsgorda Bay, ten
hindri'.l: an.l i; (f'fty fuv, entitled j I ; jrs. For banking iri and p-otecting the sIte of thousand dollars.
there shall be appointed and paid, in the of 1 like inatcrijls, sixlv fe t lon.j by foity; I I cf h.iacoi Fid- '
:i ai.mrzipt; i dio.is I'm time Set vice of the Po t j For the eiYi-lion a stone ; 0:1: tie light house on Reedy hla'id thto thou **
ln\v two five deep and thirty two feet hi ll, to cOat Iii) For a beacon light at the mouth of the ha-
manner now provided by principal Office DepaitmiMil i for tlie fi>cal \ i ar t.'idiig dleiV Ledge, thiee i thousand (llar.!! ;t'itl l eight hunt'r and forty seven dollars
examiners and two assistant exan.ineis, in I morf than fifty thousand: dollars.! i vniluus points in theater on at Salnrla.'ffve? hundred dollars.
the tin! tit-th of June 'Mj.'Jteeu hu-idred) ;and For n'acing bu'ijs at and ninety C"nts.Delnware.For.
addition to the examining torce now authorizeH At Spiii.gfivld, I Illinni for the :.iccommndation ] fifty hix.," tn ci.niorniity with! the diieli nsid' of Maim t *, lor rhich nine have heretofoie the erection eta light For buoys and stakes for the lower part of *
in the Patent I of the United tate t<>uit3 an.! I dolbrs. Aran as Bof, and for tho
bv law to be so employed post said: act I, noiui i hst-i'idii-g: tl.e acicpta m ice been authoii/ed' three thousand house on Fenwick's Ula d five thousand .Inland. channel* to
Office office, a bull ing of like iititeii.il', sixty feet by Will am L. IMantliard of 01 o month's ex- ilollars twenty Corpus Ch;1st i, three thousand dollars, -

SEC. 10. And be it farther enacted, That long by forty five deep[ and thhty two feet trI eotnpeiisatio'i un.tcr his contract;, the said Fora light house and keeper's welling Maryland.-For buoys, stakes, and day For the erection of a light at moutH'o'f'

the Cotnmissoner of Patents is hereby aufioiized high, to cost not more than fi ty thousand piyiiii'iit lie:!rig deducted from any fat tIler allow.incp on Round Island, in Machais Bay, five thou- marks to mark the bars and channels of Eastern the Rio Grande River, six thousand'dol.! '

fa pay those employed in he United dollar- if any i mi !It' under said act.SE sand dollar Bay and its trihututies, (Cheasapeake lars. .

States Patent Office from Apiil first tighteen At Rutland air! at Winds r, Vermont, suit ';. t). And it tii tImer enacted, That Massachusetts-For tho construction and Hay,) at south end of Kent Island, at Southwest For a beacon light at Corpua Chriiti! 'five

hundred and fifty four until April first eighteen able building tor the accommodation of the the First ('omii1'ti| oiler of the Treasury he and) repair of beacons at Newbcrvport, two thousand and Southeast points, and Ward's Point thousand dollars! .

hundred and fifty- five, at examiners and circuit and district courts ol the United States he i is -rehy required to adjust the damages dollars. and the bars and channels leading to the St. Pennsylvari-a., __For rebuilding the 'tje coc

assistant examiners of patents, at the rates and the several offices connected therewith, du..1 to Edward II. Carmick and Albert C. For the erection of a light house, on a proper Michael's and Wye livers, five thousand dollars. light at Erie, five'thousand two hundred ntti

fixed liy law for these respective grades :- and the p st ofUces'at said Rutland and Winsor Ramsey, on account of the abrogation by foundation; on or near BiJIpigmgite Ishnd, fifty dollars. .
Provided. That the be out of the the cost of which slmll ir>t exceed the of the one fourteen thousand 1
same paid the Postmaster General, of their contract to in pbu-e[ } present For a small beacon light at( or near the OhIu.-For tbe'bea '
Patent Office fund and that the sum of twenty five thousand dollars each : d-.llarF. rebuilding on Ii bt at
the mail Vera Cruz and
compensation cany; on Arnpnlco, landing at Fort Washington, on the Potomac
thus paid shall fliit exceed that received Provided, That nc money sha'l' bo expended San Francisco route dated the fifteenth Fellrtiarv For the erection of beacons nri Old Cock River, fire thon->and (dollars Hpron dollars., four Urooaand five hundred an'd. faV

by tbos duly enrolled as examiners and as- under this act for the erection of a custom eighteen hundred :u'd fifty three ; to .and Cormorant" Rock, in Buzzard' Bay, Virginia.-For rebuilding the Cape Charles ty t. *

cutant examiners of patents for the same period. house, where the duties collected do not equal adjudge and award to them, according to hu and on Urent Rock, entrance to Hyannis light house upon a proper site, and fitting it For rebuilding the light house atTBUck'*

the expense of collection.SBC. principles of law, equit3 tutd jus ice, the amount Hnrhnr. three thousnnd dollars. with proper illuminating apparius, thirty five River, seven thousand three hnndred :d SEC. 11. And bo it further enacted, That 19. And be it further enacted Tint so found due ; fill the Secretary of For n fog; bell at Eastern Point lighthouse thousand dollars. and for the completran of'tie fft r '" ""

the Secretary! of War be directed to examine the several *u-ns mentioned in the preceding the T>e.i
iaio the Jtmouut of expenses necessanly incurred section of this act, as the cost of the buildings tame to; the sail I Catmick anti Ramsey, out For n light housa on the Bishop and Clerks houso.destroyed by ice dating the last winter which said light house b'>rctdBa .con

in the suppression Indian hostilities therein autbmizdd to be constructed to.gether of any money hi the treasury out otherwise Shoal, in pi ice of the ''ight vessel now pine*! at Pungotengue, five thousand dollars. necting the same 1tbth 'rfa>re, eleven thoo-''

in'the late Indian war in Oregon and Wash.JAgtuu with ten per rent thereon i in cover the appropriated.SEC. near that danger and for 'stationing the light South Carolina.-For a first order lens sand and twenty six doIbuiVf

; by,the jkm&rial governnwnU of said compensation of architects, superu.t'ndeticeadveiUsing 7. Ami lie it further enacted. That vessel (on the completion if saiJ light house) appar Len, placing; tL cane and rebuilding For a cbarwwlr; B J ot'etJS yo& t *

Territoriea, for jht jiijjiAttianre ol the volunteer and other contingent (expense, (here be allowed ivid piid tit Jacob Hall for off the south end of,ihs' UandUerchwf" dwelling for keepers and assist, and J Charleston tlrea thousand ffra haodred doUj. T' "

forces engaged In said war including and so much as may be required to purchase carrying the mail on route! number eljjht thou Shoal, in the Vineyard Sound; twenty. thou light house, fifteeu thousand dollars. iI ieb4u.-0 jI -*--' e..

14oIuutnerindthat lee may. if in his suitable sites for Miid building*, be and the snud nine hundred and twelve, from Indej>en.denno sand dollars For a keeper's housa on Morris Island, roij RIverad "

i?,. nec8thy $ a COrptulS. swiie are hereby np; ro; ri.ittd.tor the purpose to Santa Fe, twenty two thousand dollar For rebuilding the stonfc beacon at line's Charleston"harbor, in place of the, one destroy gation in '

re. afo'resaid, out of any.money in thetreatury per'jtnnom, instead of the-sum, for which Point, Annis udnl'H*' rboryfteven hundred edJ>y th* siorrn of Septemhar,,, .eighteen 5r3 Rwer, md I .'

sin iird. f parpo-, hot otherwise-approprutedi: PrnviJedv 'Dxat he contracted, corntr acIng August, eighteen dollars' hundred, and fifty.foartwo thoasaod. five fly. &
sea.boy1 specified '' no money hereby Appropriated' U) used hundred and fifty five, and ndiog with his Rhode Isiani-Eortbo .rfctioaofa keep; .ha dr d dolbus: < : l -

Src 12. And U it farther or applied fof the purposes mentioned until
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fmnaL ;' GeL is 'geatJeman of, \TltdraTrn-Col .UaLs left la ConunandTAMPA. WMnIappwTM,1TMy.
$l ZiCUan '1\Te"O I I KCnilcinaM NIJTB JUVUUMU* w Way ItJa.Un.
high character and intelligence.] '* a lawyer The of th.
great rejection
Atlanta lkClamidon
The ramintr chronicles the arrival
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Ind\ax-KilKdnd Fir 'Tft.t1
Thru Ccptrt by Capt.JeJuuon't ; of.eminenee. He graduated in,the South Carolina Fix. April 27, 1867. &mf'ndeJ'bl this Government, Sa It
-- --- ---- Company Mounted Voluntttrtl J! in that city of a negro from Liberia, who had College, in the year:'18S4. currying off'th ",second ed ill to-day. Uni01l. cthy aaa14,.
'I' A'L : been emancipated and sent to that colony by his honor of hit class the fir t honor having been awarded M*. .EPrroa'Our Indian new for the past tenor An Intimation h'w been thrown oat

-. -:- The report alluded to by our Tampa correspondent former owner a Mr. Waters, of Gwinnett county, to Mr. Sullivan/hl competitor the'Congressional fifteen. dsy*' ia unimportant, oo far M killing jtction In not positive. But I have that tK Sl/T

SATBDAYt.1. 18;,18S1.. of the killing and capture of Indians by Capt Geo. The story told Ly this escaped negro is euggestSvc. canvas" *> wounding( capturing of any is concerned. Is, or wilt b. poitive nd final), thocghSu Z l 1\
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-. Our 30. days acout is not Completed and be' known at present, inasmuch the
Ice Ice I Johnson, we find confirmed: by the Tampa Pen isi Time was, remark* the Macon, < TclegrapK ,f! Hoatlllllea ,not Snopcnded. quite ; deuce between Sir. Dallas and Lord OaSS**"

tutor of the 2dlnst. That paper says: in commenting upon this matter, whose language'' the Seat of War consequently our reports from the several companies the hat been *
& hare latest from not
Mc *rs. Noycs ,.?? f ) a large, The Intelligence subject yet lf eiT.d by ddtrL
ply] of 'hich, 'e rceite they) IOp In a report by Carl Johnson dated Indian we adopt, when we regarded the project of the Colonization brings the gratifying assurance. that hostilities against are not in, but rumor does not promise as any eminent Perhaiw ft will. whea received Ji"

celling ICE at reasonable ar-gld as t to.kow place within. Pond, April 21, 1857, 'elll..e information of the Society ns in itself one of the most meritorious the. Seminoles have not only not been suspended thing very interesting or exciting when we have to the public, without waiting till the next afU"
t rice.s .killing of three Indians and the capture of five, a these reports. of Congreaa.
and feasible which could claim the : '
of See theIr advertisement .fympathie but thnt orders for a suspension have as yet
reach in summary of which is as follows: no the command- It Las been aonnlaed that the British
sent to Oov
another eobuaa, 4Vae Bder litQnstthern.' : On the 12th inst., Lt. Weeks discovered a trail of n benevolentpeople, nnd we looked forward emanated from any quartor. Col. Loomis, i in General 'Capt Sparkman an express made no objection Uyanr.of onrmodlfldtl.' :

for a liberal sarnpl*,'n'dTJ ponduertrialprenounceit l leading through eeveral Indian. gardens. He pur- to the day w'hen: Africa might be in rapid Orders says-" In assuming command the Colonel ing officer here a few days ago to the effect that he Treaty relative to maUe" In NIearsgn I T

,sued the trail, and finally came insight of 4 D\1hl- of civilization and christianizing by.Mission had discovered a small Island in a lake northeast MoaqnlUrproteetoratewlliey mmlyluud to t1i,
the \i t: z'j .i '. '. process : relies confidently on the active support and
gciae.e.z : .'' :; :
ber of warriors; ordered them to atop, in their own from Bnffalp ford, and had prepared rafts and goneon they could not complV-witbthe temuof TWt'
arks of her here in-the order of Providence tie
race .
of all under hi command in the con' '
: ,
language when they-gave the war-whoop -operation aa amended. IttWgfcrd to the
cewton /
presented -
it and abandoned
found three of
New Orleans.-mntVK. ..y.ir .'t.. s\(1flt1. .., their funs. Lt W. then gave the order to to,be fitted' for the'" work.Under ,tuitiop. and. \ifmotion of ACTIVE. .OPERATIONS.." palmetto-Indian camps to Hondnra .% ? -1:

It giveu ylcajju ete aB qgneetfe V t he MailSteamcw i r*,.wbich hfs men promptly obeyed killing one training of the whites. Longer experience, closer CoL Loomis orders are as follows: just before he reached.it --h' -appesrs that P. 8. Sincfe blj b v..,!8-.iInfortnatibir'tipoD b&Te' .
"warrior aid two'pquaw this little party had.been here for a year or more.: which- .J
betv.cC Key Orleans.nd. Kew Wet observation and inaturer reflection, however, have HEAD DEPARTMENT FLA. ) IiSay re1yt t-. -
At the time of firing, Lt. W. suppose- the whole QUARTERS, or had fine which s. .tion of the .
; They a grow-fng Cnpt -1tt |I.i Mat
have commenced malting their trp! The Atlantic Indians be satisfied us th-it the whole idea was {founded upona Fort Brooke, April 27, 1857. J f crop tejpfc C'I'IiIJt! n.
to of 'vairiors-the
party coirfposcd haa not reach this
i !t'cbe St Mark's ycsterdry.and will remni until l tall saw-grass rendering their sex indistinguishable. false estimate of the capacities of the negro race, Bv't Brigadier General \t. S. HARJJIT, having re'lhquihed the liberty to def troy, together with the CROps.Thongh pondence. \ Government' Dor LofJapler. -

It being about sun-set and the and that of the blessincs command, Colonel GCSTAVCS LOOMIS a** our willing soldiery kiP, wound, or capture
half-past this morning fuipa5&ngera. men completely exhausted they can really enjoy none :: Further :I learn that Mr.'DaHn, had la
L the trail then abandoned. command of the Department of Florida. but few Indians it 1 is doing a deal towards a Jirior
The llnis composed of the Aflanlicand. the Co2hovn was On the 15th ofcjvi.j'iition when removed from the management sumes great dispatch. Informed the Secretary of State
a Serg't and 10 men started on the trail. All orders and instructions heretofore issued will this horrid close bad cf the tlat I'
sidevWHlentners-: ;i over Crtans burthen supervision nnd influence of the whites. bringing war to a by keeping no hope acceptance by the British G V
On the remain in force until countermanded.
same day Capt Johnson discovered the these eminent of the Senate amendmenta.
each, 'it-ne' ocniniptlatJons-ftJr passengers. trail of one Indian, which he pursued for tome distance They will sink again into barbarism as naturally In assuming command the Colonel relies confidently savage d-s on the run in such a manneras don had expressed his opposition to the LordClarw.

: They are ndvet1k to le rve New Orleans] on the. when it'entered a hammock. Drove the ham- and inevitably as water finds its own level.: Lookat I on the active support and co-operation of to prevent them from making crop very deelI So, the rumors we had amendot ,

12th and 26th.;and* to' arrive at St Marks on the mock and captured a &}uaw. the illustration now furnished in Jamaica. With I ill under his command, in the continuation of active Gen. Harney we deeply regret to know,has been Clarendofl had stated in private conversation that L

The Serg't who had taken the old trail, having incentive to and operations.In ordered to ]leave Florida for Fort Leavenworth.The the amtndmenta would be acceptable that
lth nna'th f-ac1nontJ exhausted his provision, returned, when LtV Johnson every industry progress they are I addition to the officers of the staff now on dilI General before this order erroneous. wtrt nttl7

We are indebted to the officers ofthe Atlantic and Weeks, with 20 men, on foot were orderedto every day becoming savages and taking to the | tall of whom will retain their positions, 1st Lieutenant just receiving granted It ia supposed that the London
followed bush WILLIAM H. Liwia 5th leave of absence to Cob Loomis for sixty days, and Morning?oth,
tor late New Orleans papers.Hostllitlen it and not to ituiwithout Indians.On .- Adjutant Infantry, organ of Lord Palmerston. the

r .: the evening of the 17th ult.. they captured a We have other accounts at second hand and be- announced aa Acting Assistant Adjutant General. the Colonel was on his way North. The General prompted the rejection ofthe gave amendment reaaona M la

to be Continued-Letter from Squaw and child ; on the morning of the 18th they i hewed to be entirely worthy of credit, confirmatoryof By order of COL LOOMIS. despatched the Steamer Fashion in pursuit, which article published a day or two before the *eUddoS la t
also and child. Their FRANCIS N. PAGE, Ai t. / Gen'l.
Governor Broome. captured n Squaw supplies I Jeff's" ideo{ Libcrin which Ac/ft. overtook him nt Key West and returned with him was made.
being (exhausted they were compelled to return to -accounts satisfy With Gen. succe'sorand the The
Since placing in type an article' in another column their wagonS! I us that, as an experimvnt, it will fail of its main regard Harney's I on board to Fort Myers after a hort absence. He specting objections the IshindV apply entirely to the aEt14 l, r.
I hostilities the Ptninsular of the 21 Bay
containing CoL LooimV order on assuming command The clove is a recital of the most brilliant a- i I I design. White men will have tomlnageandmain suspension ., is now in command here. First: the British Treaty with honduras

I auiiiji extract from the Tamp Peninsular I ch'.evements of the war. Cnpt. Johnson has eitabHulicd I i tain the Republic or it will come to naught, FO soon I inst. remarks : I Gen. llarney arrived on steamer Fashion on the ferred the Islands to honduras but provided tr,a .
himself in the affections of.th( people for his t Col. Loon is, who succeeds in command, is an should be thai
26th inst and leaves they Independent The
f the 2J inC; )have been Col. we understand this Senate
( we by Iou!! untiring and skillful Time II III as their supervision is withJr wn. If then, it is to : evening fiedthli ao mod1
toan the lolfcxi satisfactory; letter from Governor I energy rnaciruviring.: I. elderly gentleman, of much military tact, who enjoys for his place of duty in the West provision aa to require that the Wiad
and will not permit us to comment his be a of for free it I should
. space on mer I inertly place deportation n( 1'oe?, i be under the absolute
13rtoim'.1'tvill- be ecnfr this letter "-, I the greatest confidence of thoe who know him the General has left without sovereignty of Honda-
m that hostilities l11s ne iin officer .Weotpett more good tidin: I.r'r" not thc best or most convenient or most healtl.y.: I Although us having raa. The reason for this amendment was that
the cmSnele5 be continued : him soon. a=, at last accounts, he was engaged best. We cnnnot refrain from congratulating him j effected the removal the ac
against 5> are-to j I Our sober conviction i is that the negro i is in his I or the consummation of Indian cording to decision of the British crown lav-
E with tlicjitniosl:practicable energy. Thisdctermicatioti another scout. I most and condition i on assuming command at such an auspicious time i difficulties, we are all willing to award him the wen, England would have the right of protectici
I Under the head of "Still Later," the same paper !I average comfortably prosperous I That the war will be conducted vigorou'ly have ] over this Independent Colony." In fart the
honor he ,
of the Government: taken in connection with clave in the Southern States and would have be i thus chronicles the capture another Squaw cud as a ; every ar u- not a doubt, unless, indeed, the plnn of operations I Ibe ceeded ty constituted the Bay Islands aa an English eolonv
Ijarrafsiient the Indians because believe he
the constant to'1'hith are i child iiur.t to be drawn from v.tcl statistics shows tins : we would have done so under British protection, and the jariadlctioa

I lit in.; subjected; and the succc-sa with which they : 1 found few of rh:1nft'.lby higher authority. I if he had remained a while longer. Honduras was merely nominal. The Senate of.
to (P't"o"Some ,
en a
superior : amend
i A detachment I It i is stated in the Xalional
frt pursued, i induces the confident expectation ofa I! al l'L Brooke c.fCapt.Y'Ht.'hluenninl Siwirfcnian's Company I\, in!arrived in grade of intelligence, m.y better that condition in our Indian d'fikultics are to be turned Intelliyencer, that the I I know but little of his successor (CoL Loomis,) iutc.ment rendered this jurisdiction actual and tU -

eJytTflitUOflOf( the war, and particularly] 'i charge a Squaw :mj Indian thihl} \\1.0'worc :tpturcd I competition with white lalrr in non-slsveholding .: of the over to in command, but we will hope that Gen. Harney's Next, the between Great
of the treaty Britain
Department Interior and
i the Govtrniu'ent. thall ajopttlievise eufgestionof ,!! on the 28th ult., under the following eircumstances i ('uUlltrie't. lt tie> rr.me htatiMi--s: and the known management ho'tiiitiep and plans and instruction will be rigidly adhered to,because provided that slavery should not exist Ia Hoduras *-
that are to From this] understand the
Gov. Broome for an increased. volunteer force I,I : elegredation of the race in tia! noa-slavcholdiug: I I cease. we we have more confidence in the manner he i Island?. This provision would havt been of no
Goveiuot's; letter written with Capt S..ith a detachment of seven or eight men, I I that active operations will be continued until to the United
The has
was net a J conduted affairs than other we have consequence States if we
I wen
State shows that these The any ever art
accident are rare exception3.
Iy came on the of a considcral
view to publication but knowing the interest felt !I camp mini- I the arrival ofthe delegation, when, as hinted in heard of or read of and do believe called upon to become a party to it The U. S.
ber of Warriors not other
Squaws, and Children, in the A icinity world may be challenged and will be chrllengedin : any Senate jurtly ccnsidered that
by our people.on the sulject to which it refers we i; of Ft. Gardner. Thc Indians were an are of vain to show four million of laborers of each inferior I another paragraph of the mme paper, one of the could succeed as well. this government, that it should It assent waa to aa lareltto
have Invitation it before readers his approach and, after their Regiment:. (the 5th Infantry,) stationed in Florida a formal
no laying our : Permission has
been condemnation
gun to Lewis of
I' given our domestic
: I fled. capacity, in a condition of COT fort and prosperity I Doughtery own Inatitntioan....
Pursuit was made, but the tall be removed to Kansas the remainder
will be
saw-gnsss completely may ; I Therefore
.*. Senate
WASHINGTON CITY MAY 6 18o7. I and James Beezby to undertake to communicate with to amended the
sheltered the Jlt,. at all comparable with that of our treaty u ta
flying t j
ravage Cupt tll\Ves'-1 employed to secure the frontier from incursions from abolish this Won.
i pror
-Cot. ED-R-XED: IIofsTofN, I b's. men were tired down in the arduous l.lItIin | It is a wonder to behold, and to consider it.j I the Indians. We understand they have left Fort I These are, no doubt the
the t'nem'hile the whole lower two
section of which
Dear Sir-Your (aver ci the 2Sth ult was for- I pursuit ; a few of the most b'nrtylowenr, pushed i j Resting then: upon! this conviction, that the emancipation conn- I Myers on their mission. I fear that this will be the I the British Government ban refused points to upon

and received this ahead, and captured the prizes above\ nurtioned. !j try, now occupied: by our troops will be given up j i end of them, though it result in The I amendment to the ratify the
warJi frL'I CiJlrletol at place i of the 1 lacks is cf no benefit, lut an injury may good. II treaty. The treaty la therefore,
Private Thomas Mitchell was wounded in the to the Delegation} as well, also, as the entire
i man- I at end. We"fall
reward offered entirely an back
this morningThe \ith rwa cf Gea. Harsey arm. No other injury was sustained Ly this intrepid to them, we are d'n-posed to discourage the for live Indian is still in force at for- upon the ClaytonBulwer -
agement of our Indian affairs, for sufficient and
a time treaty our
from ncr Veil ,caleukted to inspire just the i little band.Capt I whole colonization idea, and the practice of emancipation I men advertised ratei I We oflt-

fldig you eiprces and. especially; when that I ?. with an increased force, was again in it suggests and lead to, as ill-advised and to test the virtue of persuasion. If this fails, hostilities Madam Rumor !states (and it appear from rather 1 question may ofthe amicably British disagree title to at the heretofore Bay Islands, upon and the

w-psaccompanied byjiewepaper pursuit of the trail when the detachment stinted I I will be resumed. I an authentic source,) that hostilities to be 1 j the Belize. It U
hJrr.wa" pxragrajibc i lor this That in conflict with sound views policy end duty to are suspended even probable that the ClaytoaBulwer -
he will
place. render "This
a goocll'(1.rt, is merely a definite
conjecture, AS
nothing will be
6u-j}f.uuicg. :"Hmt .. j we fed quite confident the negro race. ,I I I and that we are to await the arrival of the j treaty abrogated.It .
I however, oc arrival !here that Senator II I is known as to the determination of'government, I long looked for delegation to what is the opinion here that if our amendment to
fL\md my The Peninsular of the same date sayf-" It is rumored From the Atlanta Examiner. I hilt it docs look accomplish we j the treaty had reached England six weeks before
Yulee. who hd been detained the j .Arrival from Liberia. not reasonable that all the benefits i have thus failed to do. This if true is deemed :
city by by the election
i that a small) party of soldier] stationed] at I ofthe they would have been accepted; aad
tick family=lad. leoked. to" the matter promptly, I Palm Grove were fiivd by Indians,on Quite en excitement prevailed in our city on Friday I war are to le sacrificed Ian immediate : most persons a defective policy. It would be well further, that.Lord Palmenton Is determined to bate
received I upon lus-t at the nppenrun'-e here of Jefferson,' one cessation of hostilities. Our opinion on this oul-ject j the Island of Ruatan at fine
aud assurance that while the political .k probably after the delegation l arrives thus to act, a position for a Naval
day we ,-three men killed, and two TllUrs-1 of the liberated slaves of the late G. 3!. Water of ;; is in conformity with the views of all with whom I Depot, and a place of great naval preparation.j .
condition of Kansas rendered it but
j to at time would
liC-ccseary to This confirmation stop have a rather encouraging !
wit Gwinnett counhin this State.
requires ,although arc It is known to i
hinv' -
we con\'eN'cd. who hl\'e Ind__ : -
I nnntof
fin -
draw (tn IlrniJ. tl policy:); inaugurated by him j to credit the report" I I most of our readers in this vicinity, that 'Jeff,' with i I II:I forming -P- u ,'V '--UJ i effect npon the Indians, and we think the j I [Dipath to the Forth American.]
a correct this sul
ould be fally executed, and his successor would b*. i\ -- I some forty other slaves, in accordance with the will judgement on ject I delegation would find them unwilling to treat and j

instructed to cary it out with the utmost energy. i I The Bnrdcll- order. I I of his lo'.e owner, was sent to Liberia in the ship I If we are right in our conclusions, whit seems, I more hostile and determined than ever before. But i WAsnnroTo Very important from Waihingion.

The trial of Mrs. : 'E1 nra Owen,' Capt Alexander) commanding which to of citizen bad I | Thusday Night, 10 o'cloct-Lord
fur our the of
Cunningham t many policy on Dart
I liae this diad full and free conferences alleged mur Ii had
wit I sailed from Savannah for that the 7th June I i if this harrassing is kept up, and they fire prenen- Napier a formal interview with the President

the bccretary of War, and with Gen. Scott, and will i der of Dr. Burdell is proceeding in the Court of lust 'Jeff,' with his "fellow passensrprs port on in all numbering government, (the removal of Gen. HARXEY.) may '! ted from making crops this year, we think the del- I yesterday which lasted nearly two hours, in reference

do both the justice to say they gave me the most i Oyer and TtrminCf'ew York, before Judge Da- ;j t about 550, arrived safety at Liberia, but nfI '!! yet prove advantageous to our country, as his services egation might succeed. to the Dallas Clarendon Treaty. He read Lord I

satiahcteiry a urarces that the war should be prosecuted vies. On the 7th inst, the case was closed for the! I; tera stay there of about seven month jluiing j are more needed in another quarter." : There was some excitement created in other- Clarendon's despatch to him on the subject That
prosecution. The evidence offered j' which, he Mates, that of lliown immediate j I our despatch sets forth that the exclusive ground for re
with the greatest practicable and ; hthe State family I i wise last Sabbath arrii i j jecting the the
energy mother, sitrsand 1 r.ther"lix of seven of them II Free Suffrage to the Negroes. i quiet city morning, by the treaty, by British government It
that no suspension of ]hostilities was has not bem sufficient, in our judgmer.t; to fasten | val the non-confirmation of the convention between
contemplated.The j lied, and of the whole number that went out more I j nt our wharf ten of Kentucky's noble sons ,

S.cretJ' regretted the necessity which forced i guilt upon the prisoner. The prosecution rely en- I I j than half of them, after the endurance of great I!j Mrivirg The Black to rm'Republicans ml tit, constitution of New of York that ore State now j from iearag11l1hey appeared to be badly I used ;! Honduras made and by Great the Senate Britain. AH the other amendments *
iueif the Government for the withdrawal of tirtly upon circumstantial evidence, but their nio.-t i i feting, died alc\-we mny say actually perii-beJ fur FO 1 except qualifying
upou i ; n* to extend free suffrage to the in up ; several of them were wounded in a late battle the article in Honduras
th,* f ,' ,: .' food anti. uemoe--or. I regard to were accepted ia
i Itt (
important witnesses seem to have WI <> inc fr< in diseases: con1rnon <
Gen. llarney, and I era net without hope that he I explained awuv :| the) African const-'Jeff,' deer.i nth or wor upon we
will be returned s won a* the political contest now the chief cireu.vi'-tances tij)0ii) which hopes for conviction \I mined to l.o.ethose diirtpns: *nd seek MV hi! old- ,. ol.it 1 se. which requires a three veir" ritifnMiip :, They give glowing: description ofthe country, be- ish Cabinet There is, therefore, nomiwndertUnd-

lending: in Kansas, cud which: threatens the public I were ':"(:'. Thel.hiviciaucxaininct1 concur j! Georgia }home Accordingly) by shrewd manace- and a frof hold: of two hundred nnd f'-- .10}"- licvirg it unequalled by any in the wori-1. They ing as tt the alleged or real point of the difficulty.
oualificntion for
ar* ni co'oto LorJ
peace is decided. I shall have occasion for frequent in saying that the wounds upon the body of D!. I bent, 'Jf-ff.: contrived to efiVet his e-enpe, we mny The inN'n..itC'I1C'\n thi movement II mnn .n the part vote.of did not desert their put, but hal honorable el:'- anew ntkroi.L.lu.1 Napier in conclusion Vac-J-d proposed the to conditional Institute

intercourse with the Department in the prosecution I Burdell appeared to have been git en by rome one | term Baltimore it, from, on T.iberian board the citi7cnhip Mary Caroline and freedom, to :,; tliohi
Vifrsjy duties Lere, and &hal U!efforts to procure an I i intimately acquainted with the anatomy of the hu- ; wliicli (. Jiip nmv.>d at tniit port on Stephens or about, :j I extract from the n-lHre centlv i issued! by the t i j The health of the people both in this city and the properly and promptly declined by the President,
man frame, and no pretension is ict that Mrs. i D,>vriitie nirmbfrs of the New York Lcgi-loturci i and there the feats for the
iccreaie rather tlxn. withdrawal of the force now I up j the 2Ctn ult : and from ther.ee he took pa *nge on a i to tWir oon'tifnerfs-, : j country might be considered good at thh time.- i j matter present

i the field. I Cunningham possesses this knowledge. Again i steamer to Charleston, and from Charleston I 1.y tIe, j I "The question involved in this propo "d move- i The Measles is about through its work of death :i

Your iricEC truly, I Dr. Parrcalee, who lives opposite! the place where j railroad through Arsrustn he contrived to reach ,I ment i ill rot t'C'f.'r the fir t time before the people.It among us, and it afford us no ordinary pleasure to I Lrrru: RIIOD Coienio.-The redemption of Newport
i tin place, ns stntod above, ('n Friday last. For hisgOOd R. I., the old stronghold of the is
the murder was committed, testified that lie wn* settled) in the constitution of 1821 after full enemy on*
JAMES E BROOME went fortune in thus travelling {rom Baltimore to : announce the fact as it has enamel m en more than 'j of the EObt hopeful sic of the times. l"he vote
I I nnd elnliornte dicus ion. The I
.-- .. I out about half past 9 on the night of the murder this point unmolested. 'Jeff. rays, that he being a the uffrno to this class revived reitfltion to the extend ;, one occasion to follow to the grave-yard loved, 'I I for JIayor stood: For"William H. Cranston, 500;

The Cotton Crop. and smelt a peculiar] smell in the atmosphere--.returning I dark mulatto, with straight hair, assumed to be an I' the nV-olition pnrty. 1 nt was with FO .little on) effect birthof that respected, and highly esteemed friend I j Swinburne, present Mayor and sham Republican
An intelligent oveiscer, living tome ten miles I Indian, nnd when asked if he was not a gentlemanof 'I and bogus American
after, as is supposed, the murder, the same I Willipm II. Pewrrd, in the canvass which first elected candidate. S54 ; scattering 4?.
from town, ttnda us the following. The observation odor regaled his nostrils. This would seem to do color, indignantly relented it ns an insult, and i him to the office of( ovl'mClr."h..n interroea- Cranston over Swinburne, 226 ; over all, 179. The
put on airs that soon quieted all suspicion as to the j I PHAL09. Providence Post remarks of Mr. Cranston:-' It la
and experience of the writer tallies that ; j ted lv II eommittpe. 'onsistinof.TohnJayanlfer
'it away, or at I IC'3t1') much weaken the notion true state of his cnso. No fooner, however had j fair to say, that having clnnsr to the VHdg
i rit .cnith to 1'is views thi fUt party
of other gtl.m n with whom we have convered : I that the scent was from bun.t rags or clothing by 'Jeff1 landed at our depot than he made tracks for I i n' upon :t C't. replied. ,I until it was dead, and heartily despising the men
under date [of Auburn, October 22, 1833, as follows APRIL 2{th.
LAKE JACEBOV, MAT. llth 1857. the murderer in the house and particularly as the I protection to the Mes-r5.f Wallace, of our city, who i P. S. I failed who killed it and the miserable isms which succeeded
Editor Floridan I knew him well. and to whom, in his old master's I i : to get the above in the office in it, he planted himself the National Democratic
J Jura I same witness swore that before that night a i relieve) ( tbrt all men tony 1 eeome competent time for the last upon
peculiar he had i mail. Gen. is
I life-time, delivered many n wagon load of I. Harney gone. Anexpress platform, a* the only platform left for honest
Lear Sfr-It is not often that I intrude 01 your odor had been noticed in Bond street The to the responsibilities of self-government. I think,
country produce. To these gentlemen in our presen'e. that : has just reached us to the effect that Captain national men ; and in return for his manly consistent
also nations nnd
t"lcui.: but allow me to say to you snd to nil 'tate did not place upon! the stand either Snodgrass. !i j lie; stated nil the foregoing facts, and declared l cottern-I have been working with cotton Farrell ofthe j that all he wanted or ,1ei red was to reach the voted all last
i may or any children of the pl" on-r. ; plan- nnd virtue requisite for the of these killed two Indians and at Thursday. After his speech at the
discharge three. Our
MvenUen: years, and have been a close observer i tntiou of his young master, Mr. T. J. Water, of I noniI.ilitiep."Tb' resi captured thirty meeting which nominated him, the Advertiser announced *
NEW YORK, May 8.-In the Burdell trial, the Gwinctt so as to be permitted for the }'/llance of i! i days scout may yet terminate gloriously. P. that it should claim his election Democratic
of the different of the cotton plant but I constitution aa a -
stages to
; principal \vtnessexamined for the i seems have adopted those
was Mr. I II _
his life either to handle the plow or to take the i and the News
have never s e the cotton i the condition that it >nodgra He testified that he went to bed at 11 shovel) nnd the hoe. for 'Jeff' the up I! principles by, imposing n restriction on the rieht of ; victory; quoting the paragraph -
Luckily executor Clonnd to Virginia.We as a warning to its political frienoa Indicated
i* &t thi* ti. All cotton planted at any time during o'clock on the night cf the murder but did not hear of the estate of his late master. Col. N. G. Hutch- }I uffmee on the pnrt ofthe colored population! instead its conviction that the claim would be,

the month, of March ((11 not already dead,) will] particle of noise nor did he perceive any offensive ins, of Gwinett, was in our city, and about to leave I oftl nr total exclusion. In this view thp'on.1 understand that there is quite a movement reasons Lie and prcper.-Bosteii Pott. perfectly
smell stitutional down East in
the restriction in is
on following morning. I I' question fr.r favornfemigratingtoVli-gioia. That
be dead by the first day of July. I Lave examined for home which 'Jeff1 hearing, in the'twinkling e>f regarded I I this idea has -
Young George Cunningham testified that Eckel I nn eye" his trunk was on the ear, and under the j I' ns a distinction founded solely on comj j never taken root down East before this -
several crops in this settlement, and they are all in was at breakfast on the morning succeeding the mur protection of the Colonel, he left here for the old I' rlexion : but should rather be considered a test to is rather surprising. In some sections land in Vir- Hare Ton a Diseased Liver 1

the same condition that our crop is-i. e.the tap der whilst .Snodgrass. testified directly to the con plantationwhich) he doubtless reached on Saturday discriminate between those of that race "} possess 'j, ginia can be purchased for less per RCte than in t: The question, though startling, ia sufficiently
trary. i the requisite intelligence and capacity to discharge | Iowa, while the winters are not only not half as severe -
root is rotten and a !large of the stalks last. ; l
are when the fact
j : suggestive, i Is taken into consideration
pl.tOD Miss Helen Cunningham also gave her evidence This is. trulv, a rare incident Jeff' is none of I the resronsibilities freemen and tho.' wbo do J but not half as long as they are out W e t.

diseased,above the ground. what is generallytermed but nothing new was elicited.A your stupid f"lloLut an intelligent mulatto. Ills not. Objectionni] ns a property qnalifiration is | This, by the way, i it' un important item. It is the I that diseases of the Liver have become most

irf-dln IeJper n e is this, that cotton receos wo then taken, the Judge announcing age i about 26. and we would take his opinion of for such a test. lam tint prepared to *ay. having in long winters that we find in the New England I F alarmingly frequent in the United States. Indeed,

stalks diseased at this feason of the year can never that the testimony on both sides would be finished I the liberated slaves in Lil,<*rin. as soon as that of i ifv the nc'uil condition of that race, that no test I States which make it so difficult for the farmers of I there are few formidable diseases that are not IB
tonight.On |I ought to ezi.1" i ii Massachusetts[ Maine, and New Hampshire to
make anything; moreover a ship can do n well any white philanthropist has not actually. ?- j ray j (some way traceable to a deranged state of that I important
resuming, Helen Cunningham said she had no I itch Liberia, and examined into the condition of !i >- -* i| expenses. What they Jui5e in summer they have :
without rudder the
a cotton platt can without a knowledge e.f the way in which Dr. Burdell came I ilioe people.\ 'Jeff says with but few .: Spcaklne night Oat. I; to feed to their horses and cattle between December :r 1 organ. Many of the complaint usually

.lap-root. to his leath, the ,he was killed, who very excep 'j I ; and May. This drawback' exists in i classed under the head of have their
way or committed ilon, their condition is mi1'f81 lle. indeed, and that The high contracting parties have negotiated a i' scarcely Consumption,
I am nearly done planting my crop over egnin. the l.Aeiieicle. Augusta Cunningham made) I ninety-nine out of every hundred of them would, marriage between the eldest daughter of Virginia. In the vicinity of the Potomac the win- : origin in the Liver. "Any remedy that would inure -
a similar statement, when the case was closed for I Queen j ter seldom commences till I January, while is quite
friend like I himself i
Truly gladly return to servitude the
your upon s regularity and healthful action in the Liver
the defence. Victoria and a son ofthe King of Prussia which broken in March. In horses ,
) the i up Virginia and cattle
plantation. As native of Liberia. he i iI i
KILLGOHE. The District Attorney said he should not introduce I them lazy, filthy, ,.nd in their diet, worse pronounces !j has been put off till next January. The dowry to i, can be turned out to pasture in April; In :Massai I would be a blessing to mankind I" baa been the exclamation

General I.. any rebutting te'timou)'. The Court said four than beat!-worms, nnd snake, and toads. and :, :e bestowed on the Princess seems to stick in JohnBull's chusetts not much before the Ibt of June. Here U of thousands. That remedy baa beta
i( I
Harnev. hours would be allowed each counsel to sum up, things being luxurie Corn bread and I', a wide difference, and one which intelligent far- found it is safe and When trial
I creeping throat, as the following plain talk from ; sure. a fair h4
This a
gallant soldier arrived at New Orleans on after which the court adjourned till Saturday. bacon '' paper mers cannot afford longer to overlook "ihe landsof I
the 29th ulc. on bis way from thisState to the West, and root were nil things had to only subsist and ; know.upon fruits master j of large circulation abundantly shows: \ Virginia are easily worked' and if properly cared I been afforded it, it has never been known to fail.

hating been ordered, n i well known, to Kansas. Still Later-Acquittal of Mm. Cunningham. I ,' said 'Jeff' to us, that don't suit you n Georgia nig-- I Will the English people submit to be thus tricked I[ for are among the most productive hi the world. Reader, have you any disease of the Liver, or disease

We asked him if he could there- and plundered Are the toilers and producers to : .4lbanInid.trbodnFrom which you believe proceeds from hepatic derangement -
As roardsthe. Indians, Gen I thinks the war is NEW YOBK. May 10, P. M.-The trial of Mrs. Cunningham I rer. cet work be forever sweated and i,
filched of their
his r l'ly'a!. unles he would work for notltI j j ? Lose
no. not a moment, bntporchawabox
about to be settled, and, in an interview with the fr the murder of Dr. Burdell is at length in order to in
ing.. In fact said he, there is no work to do there, wages support r splendor, Oriental i the Worcester State.EEMENT .
c-cHtors closed. Th< counsel both for the defence and the I Bay of Dr. M'Lnne's Pills, prepared by Fleming
of the
.Pic.V7 said that Billy Bo\\l lq g s'u nnd that i is what makes every thing! EO bad. Of the I j I luxury and gorgeous magnificence, a young girl t
expected t have an interview shortly with the prosecution occupied each two hours yesterday in I 'snob aristocracy! ,' the'bir: niggers.. of Liberia, I i whose parents and family already cost us one million TED.-lIulDr made several sppllcaA Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and they will restore yoa to
the lion for and refused
summing Attorney General closing the tenement being the account
United States authorities to' make preparations for at six o'clock.up Judge Davies then case to 'Jeff has n most contemptille ('pin; l1. They will j sterling per annum-a sum sufficient to maintain '| of color take this method of Inquiring through upon the press health. It i* the only remedy yet discovered1 ia
proceeded stilt he 'Northern in decency and comfort thirty thousand families there I II any gentleman In the city of Worcester who ha
but a
nigecrs which
removal ofhu o the far West. The charge the jury in an able, -clear address says upon one I implicit confidence may be placed.
the people) impartial has been a slave, thelook with He ? Nearly every penny given to the newlymarried | tenement a short distance from foster Block he would not
General is'reported in fine health and spirits. lasting one hour, when &It seven the jury re contempt '; couple will be lost for ever to the it be afraid to rent to a gentleman of color. He will find a re- I 137" rortaasen win be eare/tU to at*tor DR. ITLAOTSCELEBKATED
could lick n plantation full of them country ) tenant In }'I'r A. MoIln
tired. All directed any day apeclable aux, Proprietor of Wor- VEBillFUOE manufactured by Tunur*
towards I
were them I
Before leaving florida Gen. Barney issued the eyes as I ded the law wns (ellr. pro\'i-I' being intended that the Prince and his wife shall, I i t crater Gymnasium who U obliged to change his residence,U
they proceeded to the jury room, and efforts I Bsoa. Fittabwyb, PU o01*'Tennlfnfe* ta eonpart
following Genera'' Orders : were I hit not. time for the people in the South to leg after their marriage, reside at Berlin ; sothat whatever ] being Uv BIT from hi* place of business. If there Is any gen-
now made to obtain a better view of the prisoner sum we bestow the Princess i tit man who can accommodate the applicant they will please t son are worthless. Dr. Jflane midas Vennifflr, &SO
nEA'QC.tT D.n or Fu) whose fate hung so awfully in the balance. She, Hnte upon the subject of emancipation of slaves, I wUl I bo spent may the upon of her father-in-Royal |I-, address a line.through post and oblige' most respectfully.j i his celebrated Liver PUT*,can now be bad at an rt p ctW
nnd to wholesome reetrictie thereon among subjects i i April 2, 1857. PROF..cL1NEAlX.
.Fe Brooke, April 27,1867. J f however, avoided the prying curiosity of the crowd, pass I &y, our dear old friend and ally," that boozing ':j drugstore*. -Vo>wa **licU/ioutttuitffattuiif

1. The General Commanding has been directed to as did also her daughter Nicaragua.At old beast, the King of Prussia i| Worcester is a jewel of a place. When cant and [13] rUMlSQ BTOS.:_

turn over the command in Florida, to the next officer At twenty-five minutes of eight o'clock the jury the North, Gen. Walker's is i Are we to be eaten out of house and bone in order {|. humbug are dull in the wider market of th'e yet united -

in rank, and t repair to Fort Leaven worth-at re-entered, when a profound, stillness resigned and case generally that the numerous progeny of Viotowa and Albert Republic, an unfailing and unequalled supplycan
which place'special instructions will be addressedto the clerk took his position in the witness chair and given over, as hopeless ; but it appears that eome I shall be kept in right regal splendor ? be obtained in this heart of the Commonwealth.Is ip 1tw5.

him from the War Department read over the names; after all the jurors had answered of his friends at the South are nothing daunted by As a last indignity, the writer adds: a fugitive Slave Bill to be nullified t Forthwiththe -. ..

In obedience t these orders Colonel Gumvvs he put the question. viz: Gentlemen of the his recent misfortunes or reported reverses. The Well miy America laugh at the folly of Britisherr" tocsin is sounded and the City Hull crowded,
jury, have :you agreed a verdict? The foreman and vociferous resolutions full of"sound and PORT OF Sl\ MARKS.
othe. Regiment of Infantry will as- upon New Orleans Creole of the 24th ult., has the following II pauperising themselves that others may wallowIn fury _
LlIi I of the Department we have. The prisoner immediately luxury and revel in indulgence. are passed by acclaim-but alas signifying noth.
Fordl every
General relinquishes this o thereupon showed] signs of being deeply affected, .,: ing. Then and there it is solemnly announced that, ARKIYED,

regret, rendered the more impressive, by the cheerIng and was much agitated ; but the court ordered her The movement is in progress which cannot fail I I Robert Halt us God is their helper," the heroes and heroism" May 11. Schr. Wm. R. Fettle, Blakeney, 1SW
prospect of a speedy termination to the to look towards the juror, and also requested the to secure the final triumph of the cause of Walker on Esq., of Wilson County, has thus assembled will never permit a poor slave to betaken Orleans.

ctnculhe.t\ rewriting from present the en latter to look upon the prisoner. in Nicaragua. Within one month one thousand I been nominated as the Know Nothing candidate for out of this municipality. From this home of

tendine TIU! (.lerk__ th"n 8s1red., How ,n. *-"_" .nf''rrt.n men will be in St Jnan, determined to the Governor of Tennessee. lIon. F. K. Zollieoffer has the awkward of sedi- IN POET, ,
which -- nn noon ----- --- -- M re-open negrophilism squads incipient
r dislr rouge in the field. the.troops do yon find Emma Augusta Cunningham, otherwise route across the country to the Pacific, now closed announced himself as a candidate for re-election to tion sally forth, to meet and fly from the ordinary Bark. R. H. Gamble. Powell.

campaignhas afforded but few attractions I called Burdell guilty or not guilty The by the Costa Rican forces. It is a commercial as Congress from the Nashville District. police of the metropolis Here treason is preachedfrom Brigs Herald,Keene; Remington.Sawyer; 8aop-Wi.

for the tIie'; no brilliant alurementl could beoffered foreman responded "not guilty." But.Mrs. Cun- well as a colonizing movement the pulpit and practical Christianity is ignored. son, Murray ; achr. Marmora. Billing; aeir.

; forh by have developed niugham van to agitated that she heard not the The Texas will sail from Charleston between the Adjourned Indian meeting. And here-in this city of WorcesUr-which curses B.. Pettis, ..tSlakeneyi .

-i qUltie te.cr.ut to th.battle field, words the foreman uttered, and did not know the 1st and 15th of May, with five hundred emigrants The meeting Cot met on Saturday pursuant to ad- the Supreme Court for pronouncing the incapacity : The brig Herald aailed lor Cdar Keys on

and'\) bue commanded tne'high admirationof verdict till her counsel whispered to her; then she and before that time a much larger number will journment, Houston in the Chair and the Committee of the African race to be or become citizens of the Thursday. Hth inst.
the Gel rJ sunk back overpowered by her feelings. After recovering leave this city. pre\ iously appointed, reported through its Republic-in this Worcester which professes the A CARD.-We the anderdgAd, paMengerS Psi-

S. aekno'W1dcbiente ari due the prisoner and her daughters were con- "The enemies Nicaragtmn regeneration need chairman, Judge Woodward, a series of resolutionsfor worship of the Ideal, Angelic Negro-a man it un- Schooner Wm. Rv Pettes, from SL Marka. fv. r -

to 'emmr-gufal and dSfnct Commanders. ducted out of court into one of the jud e's chamber not unIt over the apparent ill fortune of Gen. Walk the action of 4jje meeting. Objections beingmade able tojind a residence btcautt hi it oft black complexion turn our sincere and grateful thanks to&f*'

,for tlie ability and interett they have, at all times ?, and there received the congratulations of her I ciHe is but an atom compared with the foi:a to th.etr adoption the chairman moved that and of African dttctnt Blakeney, for his gentlemanly and wmrto* ""fr*

evinced in JU< discharge-the duties of their res friends, at the happy termination of the pro adon. this movement of which he is the nominal head bas the resolutions be recommitted to a committee of tion to our comfort during, the trip. and eord'3'recommend
pctIve4rn. She then returned to the fatal house in Bond street' now acquired." five with instructions to report their conclusions to him to the travelling public:

Byoz4erot.' ;_ It I. reported that the authorities have obtained The Creole no doubt has reference to the effort, an adjourned meeting which motion wai agreed. Tin USE or TOBACCO.-The London Lancet gives John A. Montgomery Mobile, Ala. ; Asa EaU

I ,' r HAENEY. a clue that will bring to light the real murderers to. this as its well-considered opinion in relation to the Elizabeth City, 5. J. ; Oscar MversC.T.BrnardDr.AT.Dsvisand -

:Bi GE._ ; ,' Gen'l. of Dr. Burdell, and they are now engaged in eeffec- now making in some of the Southern States by Cob) In thp,meantime, the policy of the administration use of tobacco and : toarookiAda&Hall

-.JLC- ."Gm ing arrests. The public. are exceedingly anxiousfor Kewen, lately of Sen. Walker army, to raise a with regard to the suspension of hostilitiespay be segars Tallahaa.ee. Fla. ; A. H-Moeeley ndJ lady.

Sadden. Z>e*{]u some further development, as thus far the ends force for the relief of the besieged filibusters.SneceMor ., ascertained. The resolutions were predicated upon 1. To smoke early In the day is excesa. 3. Aspeople Fla. : Geo. R. McEJvy and lady. Texas: "

of,justice have been completely and shamefully A. .the supposition that hostilities had ceased with the are generally constituted, to smoke more DuVal. Anatin. Texas lira. H.a ArmMr .Bfca-
,A negro man.ntxaed, Dover, the .proper
J.-L. Croner. 'of tbl city, .Jlea-uddenly'on Tuefdy Gen.')j. L. Bonhnm of Edgefitld,bas been elected There was no sufficient evidence of this fact ; on gars daily, is excet 8. Youthful indulgence] in

tht2ast, f,1- li'eaid,drinking ice water.J Per-' HIGH TIKE TO STCDT 1'oLlI-BOnapnrte once, to ocgre from the Fourth District,South Carolina;' the contrary later intelligence indicates that hostilIties smoking is excess. 4. There are physiological indicjitipna -

;to (wpply the created bys4ialjjthe will still be prosecuted until the foreign dele.: which, occurring In any Individual case, are UIED.
ten : in iodnlging ice at party, placed himself directly before. vacancy
< b .1t. .. .. I t''ree and beautiful )lady} and said ycryabruptly. witty Hon. P. 8. Brooks. His owpeUor.s C. P.5ul-- gation arrive sometime during the summer, wbf a'. ,qtt'tla of excess. 'W moat earnestly desire says Married, on the morning of thi 7th bat. at S
] .
whel)- {o' r "Madam I dont like just women sbxmjd,meddlewith r liyan of Laurent. Tba,v oIetco.; : the olive branch of peace will be once more exten :..$}!Lancet; to lee the habit of vnoinatj diminish o'clock, in the city of'RkhnJOBd Va. by thi Br.Th&saa .
: .
; ded. 'aid- ,
., fiuuh ire infer ia tho of the admiaiiira-- .w. entreat the youth pf Ala to aban-
eat btJIIl1' of, politic" / ..F_nJ,.. .. .:. 0 ." I. .. 3,353 tion and if policy dn country Blnford. of Antloch Chorci, Uaarieoty
: ji.P! ; oyr.auppoaitlon b. we cockier altogether. Let then lav advic to heartLet
n lU'. "Ton tr* 'very rjght, GA1iitpliaL.-; finiawj,.. .. ..-.. ,. .. .. ',Oga I it both hone and correct them ear : Mry; BICHABD.Ii tt KOSffal TaHahtoliiaa Th.
--r- ,n, cottoD,, Sa. ,r Bat b -rfer a judicious policy.: We shall give tip adubioo* pleasure ,for a certain ,
a iNtbiaiUd
O' ,. it jfMtnrtl '
: ms.t ".d;,; eoontry W_ Me IOOn.H.1i,.nr, what we shall behold.-Florida Ten :.y tar hiatf we laill 'effiTt' their BETTlfc V. PEMUZltfplf, ef'1lg
BoahanVa -
-- eG.i' \ '. that they ebeold deire
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;-gbIcrlZD.fl&1d Elmanda CUyton,,eJ.oae year,four DI T:, .. CUR LEE, cwFJtaJu'TOOash. j '.,"._; 'iI .' : --""4, .or-.4i-J_. .

months*n4 twtl t'i' dajs. TITILL continue, in future time TAX ASSESSOR'SLast '
practice of DEN 'd.r I1SOt'..
cf fond mddcied E. N ARD Jr. .
In thy'wlberpsTemeiit,the bri Alert hope t. t TISTRY iu South
Georgia, and 'Middlend hu D.Ual ,
b.e ft'czuAei. the frnd Anticipations CNdERSIONE0 if now rccrfriof
d tbt'f.ture pMrvMm.cfia WIed.t.., the dark 1').('rtng a:1d sombre .E&it Florida. He hag had. n-veral y"ar* practical experience Notice THE Spring Good. which! will be ,Jup and WILL ccna14ta zJ '
cloud "fdeatbr the ciowlnjr project.Indufcrdta.her;beD in the profeAMwi. the last three of whkfi iiaa bit :
clla.lpa..1: by tte eb3 I1Y 111.0.1 of orrcw and grief and the *cn in those sections of country. His work U nf the For the County of Leon. complete which he offert opon bis usual terms liUrtU to discount JJROG f" rlfl C I ffMuL1F"t'U
the @nld the nent stare of(brbN8 ttd tfoom,en- punctual eostnmers, and in all Instance .
pan..lIro tds all IIL&iW&i. brtht. beautlfu.1 and 1"t.. ,. pcct beautiful and durable character aod satisfaction Milton and. Chattahooohre, THE TAX ,ASSESSOR'S BOOKS made for CASH. D. C. 'ILSN.Marchl4'l. ? ,i .

and Inl1'81 sprrtflTWHTB' must ner of be chOhoewl.exeitrf awgketd adwlratjoo and t,the the subject b7.pertl&mOOI.:bTkCd of ih Is notice.tfl. U gtiaranteed All cornir.utiicatiooB in every ibktxuce.sent it Moo relln Fla, will U. S. Mail' i I Line be.closed on the II .r "

tea'p-nc: and In infBcy.riTmcity: but that 3-wl. Beln;. 'tn, Iu tr- r't.-ic-e attectiou as soon as ptevious engsgemeul l. &om1- WooI.1y First Day cf Jane, 1857. THE LATEST SPRING IND.SW..ER8iYI.E'S 01' m. 31'd
IcntiMe.1 .lnm-*nd o'ertowlne mercT. sew ftl to afflict ta m will permit. ,
t3Ued her to IU. Anme &lI wd wMi ort anfel. mko Leaves JiltoTr sday's and Friday', altO All persons who do not render in ... _
dtiJ:11L! In !lae'nff IwlKilHlatu! W tho Etn? cf Hosts. their Taxable that time ,
property by Corner CUatoo aDd Woaos'atsesti ?afle3e..4.Jszuary .
Kw: cn tl\uoh dictates oGod's t ly will cad fee1r.that BEFERETCCBS : o'clock a., m.Leaves .
1" wpmtlon but a tonporory on*, csce the be- will be double Taxed.L. 19. 164. -
ChaUahonchee and Satin-: ._ .
reared par..ntl of her who hat ROS* to be a watoh and dira aur > :.motives aod aoCwia. Xuatent' and Rsnelaia, P. E. Lovi.Hox. } ThomaaviUe, OL day's. "after the arrival of the Steamer from C. DEMILLY, Co-Partn rahlp Notloc. .
dark tranalu and fleetlaj world M InhatUa ,
iha; ry
she'lint pbereeHer left 'nedU, > her litre fprti! L 'og j In nanoiV W. S. l ILWOItTS. J F'14. Apalachkola and the Stag from Tallahasj Tax Assessor and Collector D. C.WILSON'S.Ipphig ufidertlgBtd b*,t tbl 4j taM laU a..?
around the throne,of dud aodlodulpnt REV. W. untIjeiio. THE
with conntlest chenibt : E. BAMIIW.: ; : fee, Fla., and Bainbridge, Ga., ', 4 9 for Leon County. inlb*
Father. Bemored trooi scene of trlsl and woe .
Hon. J. C. Mc'inxE. UNDERSIGNED is now reeeiria a
ind SwlliMprtU'raD.r rrto heyJ5glM*cllire more 4t ieriacrcifUcg6: *Ul u and ber beneficentboarenlTtrrWcW pure and Cot. B. C. POPE. 5 K Madison, FU.Grx. IN GOOD TWO-HORSK HACK I N. B.--I can be found at the 1)rug -'Iand & -stock of SPRING aDd sUAOlilt WHOLESAtC & '..RETAILtadcr _

awka a reunion w.tt; those who lor 4feer M. Warr'SMiTH. At ie-a for. Fla. r1| HIS Line i i. now in first rate order. The whole tore of E., Barnard, Jr. GOODS, to the inspection of whiJi h. larit.tbPubho :.'C'GB d N":1I.t...

so > ':. f aad dearly during Jjer brief ojours on eartt. N. B.-Da. Cca LEI will b in Quiney during the 1 Stock has been renrwed. with new and comf.r. April 26. '57. 17 [sPnt. Copy. geoemlly: tt. IWU M tyls ofAMES
'P/weet little tlosnm l' .e have spread latter part (If the present n'eek.Apni table Hack The Drireis are careful sober and ac- OON3ISTINO IN PA2T OF vChiintt
The dual above ihv golden bead ; A liberal allowance of allowed NOTICE. LIVEL y
Narnnwdlltml baggage &
23. 67. 17 ,
Our laU-rt klM of lod ha** preat ,Barege, Grenadine .
On marMe cheek and nnfcen eye to each pa&sengt-r. invite our friends and the public to call aid and Organdie Flounced Robes _
A-nd In-side thy place of rut WE
Our poured fin-well prayer-our pl.rtilllalgb. Small StoresCandles examine our general :and well sellected Solid Colored aDd Figured Bareges; THEY will b'IaMd to
P wcct tittle l-fcenb. deep our woe I AGENTS : Assortment of MercbluiAixe, Silk Tissues and Crepe d. Paris and patr at th.old.taDd'Gt).."

.T Thus lay oar early prec in:the ou,crnmbl tri-aiure ag frwJhost world- cl.30., 1867JBB. At Milton.ienera.. JAB. A. Crumw, whicli has been completed by the late arrival of the Chintz Brilliant. where &lft"m keep s foIl and giti.aI

? eyes of lip1"!-:h.v"e lock of gold I ( Ala., W. D. MONKOK "Samp'olWe patticularly solicit punctual coslo- Printed Lawo from 10 to 76 cts. icirta.ittofAttW.a ie tMneobiala.U

"We in M thy prattle and thy mirih.Al NAVY DEPABTMKKT, CAniphelton. J. W. SiirtH, mere na it is only to such we desire to 6tt ; to those french.Scotch, and Amer'a. OhtghttiM, D.)3KM.

.eyen low ng,1 Iv at J.e the: iwtcial lieanh.Though frame. Bureau of Pioviiioue and Cl/tlun!. f Muri.inna; W. :NICHOlLS who suffer their accounts to run fir years we decline French. Englith. and Amtr'c. Print, UV&J.T..
Thy fragile ,
Yin our heart the I.\'Ine Came April 13.I I to57.. >cheeFafsengfis ) D. COUSONChHttnhtM most poatively to BELL 00 a credit. We also call at- Black Poult d. Loire Jaantf/ I. I8H. t. ..
CfIe.. tnVliuJled by thy fcur.d I TJROPOSAI.. sealed and endorsed Offer fir can be taken through with certainty tetition; to a change which wo find it necessary BUck Gro dt rhbe L_ 1

:Ittcs) nut, by. puro affection fanned C. I JC Small Stores." or Offi-r fir Candle" or Off--r security, and with comfort. make. We buy our Groctrie fur ush, and 4 and 6 Black Challw llll NASH & CO.

-- f'r Salt-water Snip" or 03Vr for Mustard Seed, GEO. D. FISHER. months find cannot sell them on a years credit.- AlpacA aaiLinens & .

(& W JIfe Authorized} and requested to Black Pf pptr." 4fc(...as the case mny be. will be rechived Proprietor and Contractor. Piiyractil for such articles will bo required 'PCALEBS IN

flnll"IIII."t" LEMUEL JONES us ctndid.it", for Tix.A't.tis..l fit II is bureau until 9 i'clock a. in.. on th 18th May 9. '57. 19-lf Every three Mouth, or Cash on .
day of May next for furnishing and .!celiverin (nil Delivery! Fronting and Sbirti/3 Lbeot, DRUGS PUTTS
;jiji.I ColUclur of Leon at the EUc _
county receirinc the Unitnl Just Received f
twenty days' notice.) nt Sfalisnavy Pillow Case and Sheeting Lioent,
ti,.n 1'1 Od'bcr iiet.piiicfGeo.. yards at Charci! town. MisHachiiretts ; BriMik- OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF Lioeos
Fancy Shitting OILS
--- lyn:N'-w York ; and Gospoit. Virginia acch qnnntili 6 Per WILD PIGEON:" 11& DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION: Fancy Linens,for Gents and Youths wear. MEDICINES, m. ,

i,.s of the ihe Hardware, Furniture _
only fi'llowinparliohsxcrptin( fall- ,
Bail Boad.A ) ;? BDLS.SuperCne and citra Family Spring and SummerMTLLA Inform their friend and the fttUicilk
water soap ar.d the candles for each >f which separate 1w Cnckery, Srt.Kllerjr, WOULD _
1'CC1AL et-ti'I.f' the t4'Ck")1'l'r.; of thisOiispHin. ) tJ Flour. on Land a good a.ortmentofa.
t: > proposal!* nnd contracts will b" ma r., '. >6 ctlW I'.v.bulilcrs cia rnfijniity of nqnired or ordere l from th) cimtractor bv the clrefof 25 Bbls. Rectified Whiskey, Groceries. &4'., tc.. &. 1 articles as are generally kept fa their Hi*of band .

St..k. t.''be helda* tile' Office of the Osi-pany in tliis bureau or by the redjxx-tive coinniaiidint) \ officer 10" Mess Poik. Call mind look for yonnelrea *af* nnd punctual payers will be receiving regularly fresh wppllu. 'tbeU

i ''i.ill.-ihi.fse'. vn lliu lllh day <>f Juno. 1857 n: 11 of the s.iid navy yard)*, 'during the fiscal year 2" Itt.cf.I will be accommodated on plensing terms, and to J terms shall h.reasonable. .
A1.A" ycueial iUU-uJanw u iu '. 0 Ilhds. Sidi-h anil Shoulders those or snar ocsoaimox Tallabxse, April gIll l8i>- 14.
who for
:; (I( .ek. requested ti.lding 30tn Juno 1858 \iz: buy CASH a liberal discount will be
3 Tierces pufBt-l i" Sugar cured Hams, made. t. HAYWAUD -
IK'I.t'I..rJ :! 'IJ" & SON.
Boxes shaving India Combs conrce, Indi.i! Bonnets 'NOTICE.
; :'i. :0 choice article, MEDICAL
: 10111. 1.6. rubber rubber April 18, 57. l6r ,
tlr cntki p ?rBru 5 Ilhds.) SII'llr. A ---
!r es. Shiring cha 1 nux FI Cell
1rnhe scrubbing Conibb fin(>, Indin; rntBrulie 1" Un-f Touguea. Salt, Salt. !ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AMEE-1. DR. BURROUGHS ,
\\.IL i'mis, \\ e ha e jccived a
the oonti -
'. shoe ber or tjutta perch.i Fur sale for CASH by R. II. EERRY SACKS LIVERPOOL. in fine order. lOAN STRAW BONNETS, located in Tallahassee offer Ut pro.

nurcutofGROCERIES 13iuhes.. flothos vest Jack Hrnfg InmsButtono r"r h'I18Butt..ns. Mil,' 2. '.>?. l 1, 000 landing pr Times. cud fr sale by TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS HAVING services to the public. Office eppoalte _

navy 18READ McNAUOHT, ORilOXD & CO. Dr. Barnard's Store.
vliich we rill .t-11 FOR CASH u low &E they can .,navy navy; medium c' at ILiznr ltaz)ra, iu single, c.i'esButtons Ord-: April 4, 1857. 11 French Flowers, Artificials, tc, Ac Aa Dee. 20,1886. 61m
lIE fcad at ant' llou.-e iu the Clt,. Button straps RE \'01 in arn-iirs l..r 1851 1. '52, '53. '\4. '65 and

The Consists dead-eye WIly'8'Bet'I'u _Li.. 185 i If so. call nt once iiml, let Hie kllllWWlwllu.r Sea Island Seed. Embroideries.! MEDICAL NOTICE. _
Ctnsigmtiil of: ;,iu J.b) cakes Sensors .
you can pay it wll. if s li-,\v IlIudl-5. 10. 0-
10 Casts B c"n Sviee, r pure Spoous tO. "r 11)0) cents .ii the dollar ? I want to close all! accounts fTAtJ BUSHELS cbi.ice Ci.lh.n Seed direct from Rich. Valencine. Maltese and Hooatboo ,.tt* of

10 ** SbuuiJt'u. _________ Blacking, boxes of due mime to January 1857, ned u'ill compnimisewith tbe Island land'n? per Times. and fir siile by Collars and unaer 81f'l''eI.E'llb'cJ. Drs. Robertson & BondHAVING

.. 5 rihin HamB. Cotton. po.ls ..f N"s. 12 and 16, 300 yards each, nil whit give n 8tt .fjctory cxpLr.Jat-on of thtir McXAUUHT ORMOND & CO. mousliD Collars, from 12| eta.to$8OQ,
20 BUs. c.'iiiniii \"bulkl'. 3 cord. qu il p..rtsUiindkerchitiis. alility. and close on their own lei IDS. April 4, 1857. 14 Emb'd. mouslin Sleeves, firmed a co-partnership in tbe practk
ibe eJl-
their erTic
20 H.4&I Hi" CiiHre.2i : cotton fast color. 32 by 30 inches.wtijrht T. HAYWARD. profeMiofl. offer *
) BbV. Sr. I t-u's Flour, not Ices than 2! oz., each, texture 8 by 8 April 18, '57. IGCtLadies' I): 1CE.- tierces and 6 balf tierces, lauding per Hats, liens of Tallahassee and surrounding coastrj.gr .

lil Extra to t iuehNeedle. --- -. -- -_. -- %J Times, and fur sale! bvMcX A LACQE A3SOETlTE Of Office over the Store lately occupied by &
choir nrlicleVc Nos. 1 2 3 and drilled AUGHT ORMOXD & CO. ton & Hire*. .
C SutfHi.n ) sewing, 4, eyed Gents and Youths
Dress azd Summer
\ bvTe .'n II.md> J.irge fctntk nfFancy betw'ene Goods. April 4. 1857. 14 Spring Feb. 28. 67 9-tf

Goods Ribbon hat. best French black, 12.yards to the SWISS MUSLINS, plain and titurt.I, HATS. A -
Staple HATS CAPS &c. Dr. Miles S. Nash
., piece ; width I 1 \ inch clit-ckud, ,
j wl.idi! f nirtduiiiis iBxiifd t" calliiud fi'It'ntLcir :l lr Spring Fasliisa of Ml.Iles1cin.HATS OF;lit BIS raorxssioNALazzTicxfl TO TEX ciuuxv 91
ie from nml BEBEE'S
'. c.-et C'III.Y Silk. sewing. blue black ; wrapper not to exceed 2 Landing Sampwn. f.lrlal" bvMcXAUGIlT. A LAEGE ASSORTMENT Or
: .Ii:,'ftr..tr.t. We Lave alao 1 a few pieces of oz U> the, ponn.JThread. OKMOND & CO. 'S Gents fashionable CLOTHING. TALLABASStX StT&anintOOKlCOOTfTaT.
: black :mid white. Man-hall's lx>Bt quality Apl ill 8, '57. 16 French Felt Il.-its. with Dr. M. Nasb, nmediataly aatetfthe
FCHSITI RE Leghorn Pedal Pun.ima; and Straw Hats in
4_ er
:. Jape, white: liiif-n \iirds in length. J inch wide Boots and Shoes .

P.,1i'ruv1 cxtninoii cli.iirs.: Bureaus. Tcten.Tcte, Tape black willed cotton, 0 yards iu length, \ I Gloves, Hosiery, & Hdkfs.I elY. variety Youth c.f style Hud Children.f..r Meu'i, Boy', A LAECK ASSOaTHCOT OT May 19 1855. 20_
\\tJ! S'.nn.l: M.ilir?.i!>y and Cottj-ge Bed- in<-h wideThimbles. '
eh.i"-t'xtf'lI..i"/t i Dllintl T..Ud' CJBt 810 and 9.10 diameter. I LADIES'. Mit hair-!,,H--c.. (iuutUu
1.'! CAM I! Clb.II,1 1 examine them. I ; a. ALSO ,
Buck. TLrt-ail and Li l. Gl\O A COMPLETE ASSOHTMENT O7
T. .\YW -\HD. & SOX Tali.hs'&ee.iia WHITE 6ALT-TV ATEE SOAP-irparalu bid fur l: ) I Servants SHOES of quab'ty.
O.OvO Kui lish Twilled, Silk and Liiiu-n Caniblic I HdkfLanoiiig ->. BOOTS AND SHOES. every Auctioneer and Commission
v IG. o7. .l'-.t_[Seut (->py.ICE pOlwdf. L-
-_ I per :JIJ'I''] i>n.ind! t'-r e.ile bvXtNAUGHT. I l STAPLE GOODS. MERCHANT.Ts.z.LsnizsxrFla.S.pt.29,1865. .
The snip must be mntiuf ictured from rrxron-nnt o-l.; : OUMOXD ] ; 1 ICE and be (If the best qu ihry d Knnntod .. w lute! saltwater I April 18. '57. 10 I Mirdi23"67. 138tGentlemen's Cotton and Linen Oanabur, 29
soap." and be bveied on rii.tr cJ.ns' notice Drown and Blue Shirting and Sheeting -

I, sTJt;'".MU.r 1.t ticc.: IC: ,. will reservedMJ I in go(d ftii-n* boxes of abni.t: 75 p''Ins! each. III.!. Marlborouirh Plaids and Stripes, JOHN R. LLOYD
.__; -it.tM-- ?. |,-: < f U-tht. ilaiks anxcs must lie' liopid nt o.ioli I Vermifuges.I Summer Choctaw Sti ipes, Apron Checks ,

J..4W ; <-\. r-y nioniii' between the h nl\tle of end. at the exjtfiie/ <>f the ctmtniLtor. The price to I r\ DOZEN KHliiietuck; \ .1I.lf.e. CLOTHING. Bed Ticking. Ac. tc.. Se. .:u.o1i:1on.eer

; 'mt} 7 "'d'k. .t.f\r that tune, i it i-iii, :J-c f.'uud j be uuifoim at .11 the.yards.CASIiLt5epIV OU 48 MiLaimes I EJ.a.B.O .:. AND
.f Coi. K. II. Bfi HEN"UY. I :SO;1 J.anus T..mc SIIC' 8. Punts and Vests, assorted quah- I
I < the 3; -re :v, l.y ci hug cu j I FROCKS A and well selected tock of
i '.'4 M IVrn's 1,....1 I Shot! [,, ".'r.rrt. latest tt, Ie. A choice adcclbu.lltlJd- HARDWARE.! COMMISSION MERCHANT
itp for 70.000 pnunhThe All of the above articles will be sold
I 24" Siioii. is Viii"ifir.r! tiwdvr, :1mg flora Broc'if!! niH 1 tor sale by. br ,
,.f ICE Stockholders! 2 cts. Ib.Ifi .
I'uco to
( :
per [ cnndles must be Amnirnn inanuf.iclurcd. of D. C. WILSON..
.. ., thLlitOflhulV'.r.ii :Seed: Oil. &v.AMC3. McNAUGllT. ORMOXD & CO. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
::H 111::t'r! 2 *. prime loaf-lard slfaiine. frix oandles to the jx-iind. SI I .1 I :IIVELY. I Murchi 2l7 12 March 14, 'n. 11Corn. 19. 1858.

iCE will be ddivt-re 1 unless the} order i i. tcccnipiiiirj'vlib I I 1-lt) inches in length. eirn ite oi tip six c.i'tdl.s N1. -'. I April 11. '17. ]15 I July 29-ly

j I riL 1 .r the (7i or Tckets.Ice ti weig-h not 1 leo thin 14 ounces S.IIO.I ,( m.-lliiu' I Flour.BBLS. .
"int nut tu be 1.'s than 3-iO ditrrt-c-s F.iliti-nl.eit. S. S. KNIGHT
l For Sale. '
-. BUSHELS CORN for sale ,
Tickets i The week must !h? biaidd.! in.l ('''IIP''o..i..1 78nt- 40 Hairison extra Flour, 'I lOlO) HOPKINS i ilEGINNISS.hy AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT .

r C.m'Lc pI:.:.t't. 4 I.lle' l-'iJ Mote <'f E EF.rn.rd. Jr. tun threads (if the bv.et qtl ility ot 1 :". 27 \ani. Tin TIll! Mili--nbi r .tr'r! fir sale his refri- 2U" Si-perfiiio Fl-iLr, March: 21.67. 12
l'.r:,,' r"- ld'1! '; i.i L i'-As.: : w t.-- n.ny Well: ICE. candles to \jf d'liveieilM! tlxty rh.Y'/I nori..-. in tr
ran L \! tie .'.nue :J-> f""I5'tr C.lr. by 6t'"tl:. j; cortaiiiinir 'I...-:! CM ] "'> nds n.II. .in.I the !v x : I: : : aw! "Me of the ni"'t il-iirable locutions Landing from S,hr. Pettif. and for fne bvHcNAUGHT. September I, ISM. O
tn-ir! U.uAt-l: ?, dIP'' <.d4: !/....I J. 'Ia : t e in-'tiev or to be Tanke; 1 wi'li I tire onitnictur's i:: ine mid tlit :' j in the City "' Tiill.ili.issee.ALSO ORMONI5$ & CO. Matting, &c. _

TK.kt. :CGYs ." LADD 1 ."t ll.ik*. weight u1 l the catiJlt9.sef.i'. i MII'c1: 21.) 'i7. 12 12 PIECES nt 44 Dud 64 white and checked WILLIAM SCOTT,

j.'t.v 1 C. '):. o j I will sell anil well known hi ick Muttin
1.rc \j"
I Mrsr.an BLACK rErrtn. ilc.Sepirnte Bacon and Pork. 1 piece of 8 4 floor 0.1 Ulotb, ,
: Florida House i. biJ fr all that', i.iav be n-q-iirt-d f.'r the I Livery Stable, Carriage House. &c. A CASKS Hit.U-d i.lrs. I d
I 1Oi'-:: 11".t.I"r ku.ivnas use of the navy. to be dehxeied! at New York only. My t. iuis will be liberal! to a good purchnser. i: 1 do. Sli.'iidfr! !. 5 br>U. MPSJ Pork _ For sale by' Q. J. MEO I SISg. July SO,1852. SO 11 Jan
THE I 1'. B. BKUKAWApiil March 67.
t-.4.I.1H..u-*:," lae; Mc. ,ill I Mustard s ed Am'iU-nn, brown LnuJj"g per Petli nod fur sale! by 23. 13-8t

,..... ... .1 Prppi-r. bluck. M.ilibtr J8. 'b7 __ __ 16-_ __JI1__ __ __ I kItIIAaD
. 1 r" II :. v i!'! coi.tinui* pen I"'r ;ihtL j II' I : SJcNAUGHT ORMOXD 4 CO. ? BIRCHETT. CKA.ltU Y.ooimnoBIECHETT
... Bjtti I tor tuustaiJ) and I Book 'a ---- I. -,, ,,-0__._
"s March
; h.t ; '. I\w-I'-o'I/S.\ IS:\"eim; 1\;. rhc] I nct.iif'in pepper 215 U Bindery. I II
., Cwikj, Lr bo.tlts.i : -- DOWNING,
< r t1rJU:1: Tmmarvi1e. It is B.ok
II i..c CI'II "yoe i I Bindery of! ilcDOUGALL & BOBBY
. i.i-r tb ciiiitil ai'<1 luanatII.eut..f ;dy. Those caoopps.ODGKISKSIOTT Spring Style Hats I TIE"gam in peiation, ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CIAIISIVO.
All the ; nrticie ni'jft be of the nept 1.1i.
tlfBiiu 8u.l l toiiiii'itaL'e cn.iuoJtiou i foieguing q
: (get1l ( !, j jj Mnrei-21.7.). 490 Scvrulli Street
llUl ,' leltr: ip'} "i i.ti be.t e:.:t. to lCtFi. I| ty and c 'of.',iiiable iii all nspw-ts t. tin sample! de- ) & POOLE .: MEN'S Panama Leghorn. M lall.. p.ilm JJ I 1 ,
I tJf'sSituaTm tie touth tud of Jsfferson St, popil.cl1il raid i.avy-y-'rds an.I in this bui.-.iu nnd Dunstable and M-riu. !lijitg. WASHINGTON CITY.

1G. '.j. :'-/\ I| as the rhirf of th-bun-ait) Ilim,' ,dirrt I the in- : SPRING AND SL .M.MKR; GOODS f.I atLJ'ijssj=. BL'SUELSSEEDRICE.fnrsalehy f V o f prosecute claizs before Congress aDd UM MT

f I speetiug cdlcer to be apjx-ititrd by the X.I".' Drpirt-: j I JflSSES-':: "n I'eda t IJat- 1'J'J HOPKINS MEOINNISS. era! Departments.July .

! Notice ;!I luent. i ij Euibincui: : ev-ry iiiiaginalle style (1LADlES' ; : ffom JIv!tic. Hinl for s'lle by i March 21, '57. 12 I} 28, 1855. 80
All the nrticles to be delircrfd free of nny inci'lenj j DIn( ::: GOODS. "viz j' I

VLL LeiHT.i pfreans P.haviiy Cren ileinauiis against late the estite !j' tal expense to the {W'\'t'rmn..nt. in proper %:t''i'.I or ,I LACKS MASTLES SCAR, ilouEs ; I March 21, '67. McNAUGHI 12Sundries., OKMOND & CO. | Spring and Summer Styles j jrpHE A. PERRY AMAKER]
: jaw, decet.6fd. nf Leou !' package 1I\1t111.c price ,.f ervh. siitK-lfe must; !lot' the !'. ; ;, MUSH.NS.i ,

( (uii'J'Ut!.,J.. .J,re nJ hweby nt'tified to piescnt th.in to the I I Mine at the lespecti"' place* of ,Id,',,!)'. P,cl v',.s i OILKS, BONNETS, &c., &.c. : i! 1807. I AT7@E1SY &Y IAW,
i -;.ii aditkxmtr. autbeuticatfd '
in which thr al "%e iiiiicitsire drlivrri-'l imj-t bej have received by tbe Isst
itliii the time j-recnbeJ by law. or they will be A large 1-t of Bnjys Cl.itliiojr, BBLS. and lu bbU. I JL T TALLAHASSEE FLA.
J j marked with their Miti-iitsind i tJ'i): ame '.f ;"ne 20 i Ksx-Utied Whiskey, arrivals from New York. a full and elegant assortment 21 1853.
c.n.I May 20)
b.uied nnd nil those JuJtbtcdaie to mu.e .,
requested ill
; sii.1 Iwfiifiieirtit A Metis' 2 M.IUIIlIgllhl1la of LADIES
I I tracMr. to iure tlwir, ; l.irgilot Clothing, : DRESS GOODS consisting
I.t-:t'ut illillle. j.. \. I[ safk'epnig..L ten-p.T. ry- U lit!, Sliocs, II.it", ami Caps, C. "' ('blice Su ar. 4 Lb:,. French Bread, i f an endless variety i.f the roust fashionable styles EDWARD M. WEST. .
.JoiLC.. CRENSHATT Admt'r.Mn i,
Lauding from Peltis. ami! for sale f :
I hi' by & Paris Printed Oijrandics
plain and
c-ontract' i on cloths
.:;; r/1jH <+taMi-h ncc""ii; '" lit surli stn- And other ailiilef Merchandise suitable plaid ,
]6./ '
l'0-3w ,. ti"ns; ViTitr; than hw lef-idciice. ll.at n., tlrliiy IIIlva.l' i, every fr d* '* 1.rL l t.t.I ilcNAUOHT ORMOND t CO.Mareh2l'T. i from plain to full chintz colored. Attorney and Connseilor at Law,

Notice.A |j !e in fumirh'ng wK.il may 1 l-e r'Qtiir" I; ;md I whin I .u 37" Cull uud cxiiiniiio' llitm... 3J 12 I JhCobLt"Organdy robes" designs" eulirely. ner.. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
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; the c-iritRictor "r jig'-ut f f.iilb: promptly ly to comply w iih { -
LL yyrsons having lltaullog9.mt tbe estate j j a requisition i ihe vhi-f of I lie IJiirfisn of I 1'iovi-ions J I, HODGKISS, SCOT & l OOLE. Rice-Fresh Bice Printed Earp e robes, designs entirely new, t tOmJ April 5. H:6. 14

(I( A l.iin Gramling deceased, late of Leon cuun- : and Clothing shall be nutImiiztd to dirt 't put ell"S I' April II.57. 1 15 I II 'I Jh robw, striped tfrocade and China fI | "

ty.. ur:,- hereby n/ii ed to present them properly au- I to be made to supply the deficiency. tinJer the penal- |I 50 WHOLE &lit l HALF Tieices of Rice; arrive I I Flounces, HUGh A. CORLEF,
Per West Wind : in few \ direct from i
Ciurleston Foulard
u i.is Send I I silk Flounces. "
tiiriiiic.iU'J the
lersi/ned '
u administrator within
t! to l/e.exprc-bced in the cniiti.ict ; the rprurd 4>f u !|
the tim? prt! ?iibe et i by law or they will be burred l; [ requeition. or a duphwite copy thereof nl the ur.-"u 'I/ FROM NEW YOUK. I' in your orders and i'huve it marked, )oaliu \rant. I I I Double skirted Maiquise FOUEC! together with a I Attorney at Law,

mi.I ,11 ihi.'e indebted are requested to make payj j of Pr""i..i"nllId (Jl"thinr.; <'T at ,.itllt'r..f the IIMVX-. :' -ALSO- :.: beautiful: assmtaient of t Linen Cambrics iu dress !
Ucut iiutuediafely. l yards aforesaid: thall be evidence that such requirilion :i 'A: 0 BAGS Ti..rrt'\Hio Hut C-ffe.-, 150 Boxes Manuf.u-tuied TOBACCO at lower { patterns white printed and Polka spot, Bnlliaates, TAtLAHASSEK, FtA.
A. P. GRAMLING, Admi'r. has bet-n made and rtee1vc1. I IU Bore Adnnitiue Cundles, prjces than von pay this Spring in the big city of j printed Percales la great vsrietv. Ac.. &e.
May lr.( '. 7._ O-Bw_ Two or more approve1 !sIireti&-s. in a sum equal to i New Y tlrk: Fur foithcr particnlnr enquire at i iD. .
Sp rinS5 March
the estimated of the will be 14./67. 11
amntint contract LADD. Newport I Anderson
Jrjjers' Circuit Court jNbr. Term 1857. ft'qU1rI 1. Soap.Iu J Peeler
I I '
e Alvin May 1 Attachment : liclu from the mount ',f till p.iiiiiU on accouiit 25 kegs HoxeCheeaP best Gotten, Butter, I Opening of the Season. I Attorney and Counsellor La1t .

Va. V Damages, HOC) I thereof as collateral security to tcure its |H-if<>r- I at ,
M. Flat
r.. S. Halliard. ) Sam Sworn, J1C1.58. mane, nnd nut in iiny event t<> }IMJ paid until it i ilJ in Sejrurs. BONNETS fiOLicixoB IN EQUITY; .

1'IlE Defeudant and all others interested are here- I all tvsppcts complied with ; eighty per -ntum of the ALSO TilE Head Dresses, French Flowers, NEW PORT FLORIDA.
ii.,tiued of the commencnnent of this suit by amount .>f all deliveries made will be paid by the navy Stnrch. Pickles,
ntUiciimeut, lelurnable to Fall Term of the Cuurt, agent within thirty days after bills duly authenticated Pepper, Ousters.Ch.imprtpne Spring and Summer of 1857 Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edgings WILL Practice in the Courts of the Middle CfrcmH t

anti U jij'ptar and plead to the same.JOHN .1111111Juve been presented to him. Cider, Lobsters. &c., &c. attention paid to Collecting.. A
WEST, Clerk. Blank f--rm ol' pi>'|".sals limy be obtained on application Ground' Ginger Asw>ried Candy, '1 'HE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Ex res. March 21.'67. 12 .

, _May )1C. '57._20-8m_ tu the navy ngenrs at Portsnioulh. New Sahiratn Put AhF. JL a few .f those moot Fashionable and bj far the I MOURNING Bonnets. trimmed. 13m .
Hampshire B-wton. New York. I'liilmlelphi, Baltimore 'I mod desirable, FLOYD &
; r p.ile; f..r CASH" iv K. U. BERRY. HOLLAND'..
Dr. N. G. MCDONALD Not(folk PriiSHCola. and nt this l'uteumm. Mncli28.57. 13 Lace Crape
Chantilly Mantillas Attorneys at Law.
Crape and Straw Bonnets trimmed.
A record. < r duplicnte tli I letter iuf rmi en I id-
HXTIHO sneorm PROM der of the acceptance .>f Ids proposal will l>e devmd Ladies of rnrious patterns and dealans which they offer on White and Black (rinses, WILY,practice ia the XSrcuik-,Court- of '! .
MONTICELLO TO WAKEENAH, FLORIDA, a tim-ntion tllt'l eof. within the nie.ining of 1 he net of Dress Goods. the mo>t'renj'Hwble term Call early if yon wishthe Plain Straw West Florida, and io'the Suprem.Csothe -

respectfully offers bill I 18 6. and bio bid will l he made and accepted in conformity JUST RECEIVED : choice eel+rtions. BUTLER 4 DENHAil.Manli Hair Nenpolitande. State. Also in tbe District Ooort of 1M Unf- .

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES with this understanding.Every Fl .U'ired Robes 14. '57. 11 Flat Bloomers, 'pies, Shaker Hood. Infant Lfghcin ted .,in the Northern District of Florid .

offer made must be accompanied (as directed BAREHE.Orgnnllie. linlli C.burg. &(. do. R.FLOYD, QSoe ApeJacticola,Tic
nt Flounced Robes
to the people of this nncinity.DR.McD. in the act -f Oonjrtess mnkinir appropriations fur Solid Colored French Chiutz. Tallahassee Sash and Blind Head Lreuex ucaorpaneJ for Ityluod variety D.P.HOLLAND.',CNiM..i1I.

the ILwalaer'ice for 18-l6-47 approved loth August, ,. Bnllmnts. FAOTOB.Y. Ribbons of the most exquuite design in great rant Dex2 ,J8SS. I'y.,

has received a veil selected' stock of 1846)) by a written guarantw. sifted by one or more Printed L"wr'lt. C.ilic-oeK Gin htlml \', black and white Rush*. narrow, medium and .
undersigned adopts this method of wok
informing Blond Edgings, Lace and all "ILLIUI'Se.JIL1t'. 4' :
Drug mid Wedlcines, refpoiu-ible person! to the i-fTei-t that hi or they undertake Black Grenadine, THE public, that he hiss recommenced the above Zephyr other articles ,
_I.iell will sell liberal terms sold that the bidder or bidders will. j if hi* or their '. and Gro appertaining to this department of a Ladies and )
he on III as they are Alapaccas de Rhine buaincfs in th city of lallaha see. and trculd be toilet. BUTLER & Attorney nuefrat14.
bid l into within DENHAM.
be enter
accepted, an obligation ten
Tai\xlierein tbe Physicians' prescriptions receive the '
country. -ALSO- pleased to patronnge dials friends Shopat March H. 57. '
da with .uid and sufficient sureties to furnish. the 11 "
with aud each article }P. MONtlOELLCv
nnd Planter orders put up care, the Rail Road Depot I. W. BOWEN FLORIDA :
The bureau will not be A assortment of Lace RlI.1 l .
supplies proposed. obligated new Goods. 'to'
waj muted.M Mlirt' 7: 'l7. in ia the Court-
I Summer of TX7ILLptictle. of tbLWIdItr.
to consider proposal l unless arcomr.anied the consisting. ILinttllu, .
yfl.57.. 19-lm any by : : Applique do. V %f cult and Tho.Ua* and '
guarantee reamreu bll law ; the roinprienry (>r me JJuur..hlt'retl an'l U"URIllIl'lllml. W. GOODS i'f Iowc4e.Couuty'ps
I Dr. A. DAVIS, D. D. S. every description amq March !. 18SS. _- '
, NEW guarantee 1.11 Ins certified by the navy ngtut district Embroidered Collins, Embroid'd Under Sleeves, tc. w. mention : -_
CARRIAGE SHOP. attorwy or the collector of the port. -ALSOA PRACTICING DENTIST 10 4 and 1 1-4 Allendala Sieetingf ---

'lIE tnvlertigned begs )leave to inform tbe 4ci tiferis The attention of bidders i-' called to the sample Pillow Case Linen LONG & GALBRAATTOKKETS ',

1 i-f TnUiibawee and vjncinity. that be has and description article nql1irf'&l. as. in the ini>pe beautiful assortment <>f Spring. Bonnets, Flowers, TALLAHASSE' FLORIDA. 6.4 and 10 4 Counterpanes, AT LAW, n.t filk

1 opened a carrije slM-'p in this p'ace' joining tion bef.ire reception just but ri;id comparison i will For sile bv Ruu.heic. December 27. 1855.Spring 53 Cambrics. Jaoooeto, :LONG &J.B.G&LBMnba0a.
M .
Plaid M
: be made between the article offered the samples slio.
Brokaw's Livery Slables! March 28.:'67. 13-8t 1- .atedth'efDIel"NiD&M $ .JArTbE .
thntfull Wow thfiii Pan
and cntrt.. reteivinjr mme ; an-- will
attend thC wit ttf the..I- i1rvntt.$ .
in the buIKIing formerly occupied by J. L. Groner, their attention is SiSAl! rliculBrIj directed to the j->intresolution Provisions.SIDES. and Summer thwiu"Embmider.d Courts and tb. District Goortiff the UIZtc.s.Fern.
l ti *here) b"i i. prepared to do all ainds; of work ia Lie of 27th March 1864, and to the act of the SWM! Uulia.BRILLUNTZS States at TalUhi.se*. :

I liue at the iburtrft'uotice and 011 the most uth Au:ti t, 1840. Shi.uld.-ri. and Alee* '}ulk, landing per IG8 I ._. Office oppncite tb.Oert EOQM.?. .
HUd rt.alt bwMcNAUGHT
j ,REASONABLE TERMS, April 25'i7. 17-4 wS25 Plain and fancy Marseille', October 28, 1854. Iv

t such as carrinjje paicUng and ORMOND & CO. Subscribers are DOW receiving their Spring Frilled long Cloth, .
trimming; making new March
Newport. 1 14. 57. 11 THE
ugiil &ucj wajroBs,.and nil kiade.of repciri g. Jlav- Reward. urnlul'r! Stock of Good*, consisting of al- Palt-nt Crinolin) French FlO1r rs-',

I iug procured a first rate A WAY (rom the subscriber's plantation Notice. most. every article wauled in Plain and plaid! NkinsoottVMULLS ,- _
RUN Goods China-ware ARTIFICIALS, & C ., .4.'C .
Carriage Painter and Trimmer Decatur County Oft, itb ,ut tie middle Dry -
from New > of March a negro boy by the name of TOM. ALL persons having demands against the estate Straw Goods, Crockery-ware, Muslin Bands Cambric do. Swiss do, B Y Express wt hare reeeired e beaotilni wnmentof \ :
York, the undersigned w prepared to do about tWfiityiie years old. this kiud of work as well and in the latest style a* it State of dccrase l nil! take notice that wart', th. latest
he low f.reltt'acl. about 5 and t} ffet high. He i ilt pn>bu- ty Gt'f.rllilL. Which offer at moderate prices. Ladies and Gentlemen L eamb'o Handkerchiefs, European importation, c :.d
eau at the North. blv ui Florida a. he hug a Wild in the Df'igllJnurbtJ(1(1 they inuct pi e.t'nt thrum to tIme nmJf reigned duly mi- they Bar bordered H. 8. and Emb'd Handkerchiefs. market BUTH1-.

wib AlFtbiie who; have this kind of work to do. and o{Mmiticfllo F1.. _The above reward will be puid th6hticnletl'itt.itltht' time preiwrilnsd by law. or this Marsh lS-8t O. & J. MEG INNISS. Real V aL La *. *'.,cte. tk March'14, '6'1. HSO I. ... '

it done in a manner that will out fail! to give&atigfctiun for his being lodged in any Jnil in ibis Stuff nr in u"tiee 'ill I Iw plea.l! in bar of their recovery ; and all 28, 67. BUTLER & DENnAM. .- ". ..--r. T. .. ----*
.' "cuIdo well to call on Gloria. SARAH CUNNINGHAM.April persons in lebted to said estate, are hereby notified to March 14. '5t 11 S -
-. 't .' -LARGE lot jnst reeeired .
\ : WlL KUHNS. !5. 'n. 174tBacon amkts iinnteilinle P'lvnient. CIGAR'S .
1I8y2. '57. ELDR1DGE WILLIE by ') BBLauovr f .
igNotice C. MSON, Admt'r. HcDOUQALL & HOBBY. James Island' CottonlSeed.IST S ,. .
hi .
May 2. 57. 18-8w ocke COFFEE;
: and ,Flour.. I March 21.67.: 12 YEARS tiKOtVTK FLORIDA. Bottw.r- ..Br..1 Cn.tittt.. _..-, _
.. .. SI: w4 \s frtndate..1 .1I1 apply to the Honora-. 60: DlU $. }&'lUr, lo half do..' .' -. Notice.SIX .t. Oats O AH BUSHELS Sea Is'ands Cotton Seed from PeBssnLTcffi.-r ; ..

Lie Jtdg,VI h-mti or.Le ouunty. fur letter.ITMAJI 4 IIIwU. Ba mi Side, Wi-ek's: from rlarr. \ ball apply to the Honor- ? i, A\J\J So. Ca, O.iffinalry. The Cotton from I-foWs.Soa Al4 sad vTi ---._. .. .,, .

of admtniantiht a. 'i..ofMr 1L to1rDHDd4ecua .. And 4 4&L& that.&AUE FRSNeB SRXAV. ,JiiJire of Probate,"'Leon county, for letter ::2'J A BUEHELS, landing per Mystic and for this seed commands readily (ions .73 ct., to 1 1.00 per A ( H; 8oJjV9 -sZaS C rS -

1ate or _; : '. lAnding from the Pettis, add for vale b, ftdwiiustntlon, on UM estate bf E. A, ShaUsr. de lalt .b JMcNAUGHT :pound:in th, Charleston' roarkst. For! tal* at 1 1,00 U .6J ulhQ'&UVUcw_ .!-. '., '* Sgggjg. ,
'. per -1"'c.
ORMOND A 00. peIBas1a4b., : .10 .
1L H. a
SMITH. McNAUOHT. ORMOND & CO.. censed,late of said county. J.'B.JJProoAT. \
1:4Y 2, '. ts-e" April II. '6'. 1ft : Hay J. '67. 18-4. Newport Mtreb 14, 'fi7. 11 March-- 14.. 4". II Nnp, U.:!V.ot 1: Ik f'LS.' -

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BLACKSMITHING: : THE' MOST FSFFVL! ''MOST: PERFECT H' P. B. OKAW'S. : }linporlaiil; to Housekeepers} : '1'IItiMVSW11TE( r I D*. MCLAN)1 ---

-' 1\ ANUFACTURER. Copper atd: Si'* t Iron

c"j'rn1LE finn "TTUROKAWHTT3 4I CHEAPEI THAN TUB CIICAFCSTI tj I FLORIDA; -0Arthttr's iVl Ware, And denier in all kind of Plain and Fancy VERMIFUGE "

_. having been dissti Better than the nest 1 Z 1'II!H: Pr"prietur'lll'uuht in- Tia Wares, take pltnf uic in iuJrrniirg the t-itizens: .
E red. the'nndersigned notifies his Published Weekly. H '.if' I frmIuisfrzendsahId thepublic 'Patent Air-Tight (,Talluh.asse and the sui round:Ing c vr.try, that bo i 18 AXDLIVERHLL
old customers and the public generally that he has '. prepared to "nit aid all that trwh to psfu'n :e
mAde rrangementswith D. C. Wilson by which betakes The vftole only Ont Dollar a }'dar.Gi *pREATEST that he has rebuilt preserving Fr"*\ frvita and T n-t- now of tender his Uianks ,
.business.. lIe alw
CAV/t" him Ilia line _
Large Iliick Stable, at the old eland, and is i iu .'
him under now H'inter U This article so extensively '
the shop formerly occupied by tbe DISCOVERY of the Presen *1 ) to accommodate his 'friends and customers last to LiB friends, and the public generally for tie very Ttro of the best Prepr.tda r u .
prepared used in the East an I Nurtlu-rn States season A*
frm of of bun
Century DetecingCOUNTERFEIT J liberal with) vrbich he has heretofore
He iilso has attached t<> hi-> Stables n good Blacksmith will l he introduced to the citizens: of Tallahassee aud patrtfiajre
H B. Fitts & Co, BANK NOTES. Shop. where he willhave have done all kind,of surrounding country by the undersigned who has tow fa voted, and he tapes that a Continuation of the same They are not

and is now prepared to execute all work done in Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, and Plantation work, Hone; shoeing, nud Can iage work in the exclusive ri'jht; to manufacture ib this vincinity for will He be will granted constantly him. keep on hand a full supply of til I recomI -
the Vtiiy l>oet manner and with promptness and dis the coming season. It is only to call and I mended
at Counterfeit necessary
their line business, viz: Exhibiting a glance every sort of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his as Universal
f patch. exan'ine these articles and the recommendations of
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re. in fJircuIation S Nov>-mlicr5. 1853. 44 who have used them to be convinced that line of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron
Arranged so admirab'y. that REFERENCE i is Jj I the persons Cure-aIls but
Lead Sheet Zinc Cistern Pumps, I
Sheet Lead ,
pairing Carriages and Bnggics \ n EASY and DETECTION 5I they are the best most simple and economical article ; ; simply for
O Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, and a great many other articles too uumeruUa to men
Plantation work of fur the purpose ever offered to the public. They can
what their
: t1j For Sale by P. B. Brokaw be used by the most unskilful person, without the tion.: name pur
ever!, discriplion, t 1" No Index to examine I No pages to hunt rn bli htrst risk of failure. TO BUILDERS.Tin .

.U ham and repairing same, Ironing Wagons upl 1 But so simplified and nrrnnift-d. that the CO rrI1 E: Suhacribcr lanre ha just of r Carriages.Buzpios. e&ivedavery !ar Purchasers are cnpplied with a circular containing Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Condu-ltn* ports.

and Carts, Merchant Banker and Business Men can sell al M ami Harness.supply which he offers full and reliable directions 'lor putting fruits Pipes fee, all of which he promises to do in the most

and iu fact every other discription of work made of t Glance. wIt for sale on the most reasonable term and tomatoes in these Cans plncinz tbQ whole process work-man-like manner and style, and of tbe best ma : The VERMIFUGE fof
which and conveniently within the reach of housekeeper.A terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms ,
and Steel all of vre WAURAXT. pledge November 18. 1854. every
Iron I 46
ourselves to execute at the ehortcst notice. hns taken yeais to make perfect this Q i )large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin Having been engaged for the last eight years in I expelling Worms from

H. B. FITTS. GREAT DISCOVERY.The zj I MILES NASH &, CO. I store. Persons wishing supply} themselves should business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend I

Fob.14I8 ?. 7-ly urgent necessity for such a wok has long M :. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, 6cc. I apply All Cans immediately old ore made as the by fruit the season undersigned;is near and at band.war capabilities himself as a any mechanic further to but the at public the same as regardshis time he :: the human system, has

been felt br Commercial men. It has been published I received from New York per bark R.H. Gam- ranted: safe. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him with a call good work and also been

Notice.TIlE to supply the call for such a Preventive JL JUST' a general nssoitment of articles in our line May 31, 1856. 22 I cheap prices.Having i administered

has made arrangements with H and needs but tre known to be Universally 2Patronized. I such ns Oils of nlmnst every kind Burning Fluin removed from the old stand formerly known

FitU undersigned to take cbarge of his Blacksmith Shop It does more than has ever been at *2 i White Lead, Zinc nnd other paints. Window Glass of Piano Fort.UTE I as White t Sluseer he will be found at his stand corner I with the most satisfactory

and bands and solicits' for the new firm. the patronage tempted by men. Sf It describes every BankNote i best Juali:y. Putt\'. Brushes.: Potash. Soda. SpaiklingGelatinw. of 200 foot street, where be will be glad to waiton

of his old customers. D. C. WILSON. in three Different Languages i .London, MIl tllrcl. French Brandy (very best) nre prepared to furnish Piano nil his Wends. THOMAS WHITE. I! results to various animals

Feb. 14. 1857. 7-ly ENGLISH FRENCH AND GZIUfAA. g f-T medicinal: purposes. Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup. vy Foilcs of the very best quality Dec. 1,1855 48WILLIAM

Thus Each may r ad the same in his own Native Inks. Quinine, (I'eiuvian Bark. Fluid Extract !Biichu.t upon the most liberal terms.; I subject to Worms.

DAVID E. HULL Tonpue. J .. tc.. and ft general assortment of Popnlnr Patent They are second to none iu any country either as P. SLUSSER,

Tf.IlYs.-l he paper will be about 28 by 42 t1j Medic neRo We keep none but the very beet and to quality or price. The LIVER PILLS for

VT7"OULD invite the attention of the citizens of inches and will contain the most Perfect Bank *S hope to merit your patronage.MILES Every Instrument will be warranted. Ta11ahassee, IFVLrt. ,

V T this and the adjoining counties to his Note List P iblished..Together .. NASH, 4 CO. MILES NASH & CO.r'ehrnnry23.186 MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,TIN AND SHEET the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -

Stools of Goods with the rate of Discount. March 29. 1856. 18 8 IRON WARE, WHOLESALE ANJ! RETAIL
Also List of 0 all
OF Qu.in.in.e.JUST
CONSISTING .All the Pfirate Bankers in America.A .

ROCKAWATS, TOP BUGGIES, Complete Summary of the Finance of Ell I i -1 ILANOEIIS p-iti-nt Corn and C..h Crusher I leOeiVrd 600 OfXCES Stllpll Quinine. SICK HEAD*
I and America will be pub wlied in each ediH I have taken the Ag't'lIcIIr the sale of these fu ,'r Brand, together with a Treat variety I Stove Head-Quarter!

Buggies without Tops, rope ti.m, together will all the Important news of the J2 pi-ru Cob Crushers} unequaled it is said to any in &'fpure Chemicals.! AMES t; LIVELY. ..Li1.r A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor ACHE, &C.Purchasers.

of a motion so soothing that those who ride in them, day. Also fj the Co ntry. A st'-ck of these Crushers will bu on April 6. 1856. 11 XJL and Wood Stoves, trimmud with neatness II
hand early ihiu), ooiiiinjj }'"II. Piices low con- and reduced
unless they are prticular.willsocn find the delicious INTERESTING STORIESFrom vry olive Oil. durability, at prices. will please
., dews of with double nutriment descending;" si i lei inir great saving in feed.) $45 $55 ?C5 each Out Door Work. I
sleep nn Old musciipt: found) in the Cist and for tin-be ".izt.s. Prices uniforn thron!hoiit the coujntv.Fiti SUPERIOR article for Table use. Ju-t ro be
f Saddles) e?all kinds; no here else tn be found. It has never yet appeared 0 further p'irticiihiis' rail and examine) fur \'ouifielve.bBO A ceived b/ AMES; i LIVELY. i Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads. Guttering. Cop particular to ask for

Bridles .cd Martingales in print, and furnishes: the .Most! Complete; S3 j stock for rives. per nnd Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet
; I" I soon as a a e.xmplc at -)'1'115.' 285(5.( 14 I Dr.
Trnnks,'Valices and Carpet Bags; I History of) C I D. LADD. '. Zinc. Lend Pipes. Patent Ci-tem Pumps. Shop work C. McLane's Cele-
of alllfinds j I Flower Jars. of every vaiittv done at short notice.
Harness ; ORIENTAL LIFE g Nrwoit, 5. 185C '7
India Rubber and Lea1 her Belting; I .___ _n_ ,, LABIlE soitmpiit of Flower Jars, various Size City and Country Merchants brated VERMIFUGE and

Hemp and India Ruh.tr uteaia: Packing; : and which Kvetihed tiis), Lndtes the and Met O'ntlenlt'llIf Pt-rpitxinji ll.nt Pontkm C u., i'rv! in I One 45 Saw Gin j! 1.1. % Jut received and for sale byAMFS'it Are xpeotfulH invited to give me a call befoie pur LIVER PILLS
Licinj and Upper Leather; ; I : LIVELY. : chainu elaexvIiiTe. prepared by
I have bttn si often found. Tln>se Stories "ill 2 SALE a {""IIIII, )li-md: (!IX of aboveize. hr.n !' ,
Calf Lining nnd Sheep Skins; 0 FOR April .f. 15 : )14 :2?" N. B. All articles manufactucd from the very ,
c)iiiinuo thfouajhont the whole ,"lr. and I will u-ed\ to-riii no() bales Cotton and
Sad J'er'a: Hard t1I iiy ns i
Trace Chai
C nan. lames, :. ware. I ZP l.et innterial anti warranted Jura le. No otLer artiI"
i h cf this kind prnve the Mutt Kitcrt. ining ever offered to the ".,0,1 .1* uew. For silf l IHW byMcNALTGi1r I I
anJ in fact every thing kept i Strre t t India Rubber Belting -w ill bi- offered fur sale. G.e.LTru.1\ @ \ob.I .
!Jic. 1 OKMOXD & CO.I>
well as erne things \vhsdi ate not, such f.r iu j I October '.' 1855. 42 i !
as Fnrriahe! .l WVefcly to Subscribers oi.ly at *2 November 8. '5t. 40 I LARGE SUPPLY of India: Rubber Belting: .d O, d
fow of which V
bt-uice as c..tton Wapgons, a aie 011 All lettr-ry 1-ejiddiet-ped /i 1. two, three nnd four ply. warranted( ally; iqunl .
I $1 a year. to I -- I Pittsburgh
will be acid LIFE INSURANCE.THE .
and &ocn as
band as
pos -3 -
JOHN S. DYE. Pn.ker. g I White Pine Lumber. I to Leather and 75 per cent cheaper ; ill fart con-id- ,

t'. B. Repairing done on shirt notice.Tullaliawee. I Publi-hi-i nnd Pioprietor !: rI FEET \iIt' PiliP Lumber} lI&ilortt'l.l'uil- red t by those who linte tried iheai, superior to Leathr NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. !i Pa. and take

F ;K2!. 57.. S-3m [Sent. copy. ;0 Wall Stiect. New Yoik.O.. _It 0 able\ lor Cabinet l il J.tI..t'r*. Si'h! nnd Bin I ilakeis. i .' All sizes, fTf'InI to 14 inches wide constantly I Acct CLArED CAPITAL... .$ltOO.OOO. no

March 21. 1S5V. 12-lv or Jv -'\'s Work. X.t often 'icii n \t'l for sale I I on h-md' by D. LADD. I. 1 Hli Company issues policies on the lives of : other as there.are various
: -wpoOft; 18. 1S5C. 42 |
Singer's Sewing Machines. 1r.ilcXAUGUT: UUMU U d CO. !I IX. -" I White per%>ni fr> one or more venrs. or for the ,

NEW GOODS. .\. S. '5C. 45 I Town Property for Sale. : whole period of life. OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other preparations
great reputation of Si:5 r'c S.wirq Machines) Dividends declared to the insured on policie' itsutdfor
THE f..mh..1. 1 1 oa the: fact that they r.ra perfectly r "LIE undersigned offers at private snle. the f illowJL I life. i

'adapted N every variety of work and that e icb cue JOHN PMT011IOUS Livery and Sale Stable. : in Inscribed property known us the Jr.n is I**?, :i PLISY Fa FRASKUX. Prea'tTZ the public, pur-
Era AX, ActuJ.ry.-MoIUU
,. .
of them, kept employ ed. w:i'.l l eani cot 3tss thin i 'I1E Midi rsirned in ; \iz: Lots No. 3. ?S. 27. 3 ( a' 0 J 144. 2-20, 27.! 235. 239.210. -1l. 212. 24', 244 24524S : Applications received ia Tallnhai"f bv to be
OM Thousand Dollars }"ar. MERCHANT: TAILOR : C.- -d.i r -* t lir.. I that 'lw l, )hs: lIII'k I II porting Vermifugeand
k.EEc-: 21G. 250. 252. 25?. 2: L 256. 257. 253. 2l>8, all January 1?, 1355. B. C. LEWIS.
I : ::: cl-a: eil t llie Lit'.I'SIJ i
All iMTumw ,l"firin: fjll in I reliable tr.odcs informatt..nflViut Dealer In Ready .Hade. Clothing and I Wi1i.11II H K""stm. in 'itliIiu.st-e': : t'.r. tli.-:. .;vtl: ti'. i in the original plan of th' city uf Tallahassee.ALSO Liver Pills. All
; tliex' mle lin"6--sizes, prices fpcrrh.- AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO.
lrUr oth- (ie.p.llcmcn's f"urnishing0015.; I ::,.l.li \\-,'i ii< fSt.-l.'i-hirifiit.. and thai ho is now -
6in::. .t<".-C.in .shtair. it hv spiiKin by or . ., . . 500.100.rpHF. ( others in
erwi-, for It n'3v <:f L il SIXGC& Co's, G..7tte.! al --.---._.. --- '. pfa'part": ) to c,,iry OM Ih, ',.illl'll'l all it. )lii.tnhu I Lets Xos. 1,2.3.1. S, 6. 7, ia S. Cou-i'y qr.A CAVITAL comparisonwith
I':s.d jr 'iiasei tlie} p'b'ic! with g.iotl aecouiinjd.itkins KT.'e'Pisrred Aareotof the! aV.7e Company
.iuiitul? Pictorial Paper. e.itircUdefitted: to SewingMochiuc : I rail and Winter L S 0-
will an 1I receiving my sup 1:1 his, liac:!: MI uasonuble l tPini" _t_ vilr: .Application? for find make 1>.ufaut'eagainM Dr.CLANE'S are
iutciests. Il be seat gratis. ply of Cloths, 'assimcri's, Vcslings, 4c., oj I RICHARD SAUXDERS.N. Lot" N" s. 4. 12. 13. 15, 1 1G. 22, 25. Z 9, 40, 48, 61 less by Fire, .n Brick and Frame Buildings; ,

Local Agents : B-.latr.e* T. liu ri'4/ is inv diily niith.iriz-il Ii'!.in the South i County quarter. ; :Furn: urc, [orchtmize.! tc. I I worthless.i .

W.inted in every Toirtt intlie tTcitedSates, to whom Kvory: Color( Slue! antI Quality : u "". and h.is en'iie c>ntri I of the bu ri-!'*. rejirestii'.ing 'J 1 he above described. pr-ip : I lo Gi'V. Un-wn. For Jrta'r! iifrmati';, and trru:4."hieh '
liberal indu -emt te are ollered.. i : 'meii: fully as if 1"1" |i.-rt"nrv: ] prrpmt. The McLane'sVcrmifuge
N. H.-,\'> luvc maiie! Err.n ,:("ts wlj: m."ylit'n which I in prepared to make up in the mos! RICHARD SACXDERS. I \ will be liberal npjily to A. Perry Amaker. Esq, Syrups, etc. I i GENUINE

.1 'iubH iui6 0:' hi.ilyf.io2i_ I m r is.- :.tit Attornt-v at Law Tallahfi ir.CHARLES. Otnrd fc
Sop VlkhgCH'r.
4" n je7.'cp.ipcrs f I' .IJ. Brandy, [ and Liver
.hicjiab'e short nr.licc
lIt an-1 uti.f.ct'ry to th -.T>. had 'hh tn make IoIr.i, i I v'yon i i'I' P. MANNING.Ur.til OLD d Poit, Ci.l! Fur Juice ;

lar n'r.ct8 with c A. PERRY AMAKCR. can now at
the For lull parii'nJisrj.; i-i'ir( sI.M.S7XGCR Sherry. SiI."I!\tS.;
cyuutry. I -ALSO-
& CO 'I' A LL ; eI.4.na who l..ve to ,ni"ke g.MT} SEGARS February 1 r., 1855. 7-tf I Sparkling Gel.itine! i'lcaerved Quinces,
4-JL r-.n tinil' di.-iii t. t"II'r I with "ine ch iiV, Tur-( ; ail
coJ 0." Br..i; ,'"0:1-, _'vWMreli \_ fJi. A LAt .Evr.'j. SHLKCTHD STOCK 01READYMADE : FiHV.'inns, Extracts Pvar respectable Drug
I ki..h! und Sat'ijl! bmckuij TOfiACCO nt thp Dru.r Cod Liver Oil. i
S, 6i. 1I''I Yeast Pi'wdtr, Tamarinds
CLOTHING, j I t..rei.f AMC3 & LIVELY.Xv. y HESII .: PURE lie. the ceieinatt-d ..nh"! He I Bpanith; Oli'i((. Stores.

CASH STORE. Onsistins ofv.ry narrm-nt uitibl. f'r winter wnr.snchas -20 1 ISf.C. -1J! i 1. tjiinan Claik: J.l Ct,., t Rushton'p. i Corn Starch, Pickle

CI'>I!*. Tilt.n; *. C..tt's..Ye-s.! P.i-irs. ti-.. 4.C.. : F.-r -nl bv AMES t LIVELY : Worcestershire lueoI1arl, CI1: : FLEMINGBRO'S,
.ib<>r. on a'il S afirr. the let cl.iy of Fel-ru I I.khtill lif -f at low i ie Carriage | .
< Shop (
TilEbc di-jxfe-l pI pt. Ap'ilS. 1S5 14Slobl : English Mustard, Capers,
the .-&.,.t Tvill: ccufine bis busi- i ,
pr year. \1"o, n hr.f !I.r-.f [Pan! : an I F.iijcy !ilta.;; C-'lirs.: '! Claret, &''"&.
UNIItslCN;: !: ED I '
hor'* kl\'t : ii.f..rm ).
cess entirely upon thecb. Ulllier.hlltt' O"MVjit!. S'nck II".i iiy.. A.." &" ., : .t p Approved}: Corn Will in Use.fAOF /MF/Si LIVELY. : Sole Proprietors. )
.f-'i.i'l l..i'-
.. ( iui: 'n ('c ill vincinitv III it lie l..iC'i ; i
Sys'tOn:1 1'i'e .;:rn a tlmnn-vrli oT'itiii: .nnt th5i j
.. c : HI'.d 1\ ( ii i ir ij'i'-p in' I hi"' |ihp.. f..r the iniip'i i -1 ( the moil approved LANIER CORN Jnnumy 6, ISSfl.Circular. SCOVILd MEAU.Xo. .
wit! afc- sitb. All t1.&e'h] hn'p: i I'1wn iiitrel by !irivin theref. U' eriher.
keep "[ (!IllTi: :.::1 kiiiiU < I 1' 'v..ik t u'li ill!*, ilonu' j.i: ::e It 1. Charters St. Sew Orleaca
.tbtaiiw 11'is; lr'HvrS'. witlxAit p.syiug: for them are I tic-b! hire hptnl.ctid! with iru'-it (lIf.. nfvl vitli II 11.1,. i.nt i.l r1!... .nijt ..n 1 ili.it; 1m i i- !'Tt p'lr..1 I t.. 1" I I : l 1.;:iv.- Uc'-n fur "nE'\ tismin nile tl.r.-ugli this re ejavr .'\11r 11 Agency.rj General Wholesale event f--r the Southern States, 10 ;

inf..r INT.I that th-ir? acc-'unts vi'l:) toE plirt-d j*? the .'')t-i.t it'>w tn t1liiraLJsati.-4 l" this 11I:11 kt.Ot'l'r COO;( ".VOil'v. -n.l -i.* tin .!tiift'" n..tkiAll' fl.--. I, ..r'"ii;' Ji'id !o\\ .-r ,pait i, .'f O ei.rgiu. nun L'ive perfect eat IIE "1.It'L".-'ie'i 'j33 tl)* aeercy f>r the sale rf 'vh' rn n'l ,.rJ -s rot ut be nddrp sed.
hin-Jsufa latrver fvr collection: i-ef rr 'i.-xt return 1 i 18. IfcRS.' 1 I.'-42"VT I"II" :,f.iC lii-llli with |III i) l 1.1..1..111 and) ,!lac j..c Jr.. Miles
\\i-li w"Jk 11..11'! j ill : i"in, ti that \\iil hut fijI i. ; I n. :! fis I JLV.. lit-iiic* Tiif.ri'Vi-'t Cmu''r'aw Jn"! S, l M tAmes A Li\.1!r. Barnard.
13\\. It H. BE! RYAuclluneer --- iITI-f..tll"lI.t w.-ii'd!, J.j \\ t'.l: ti iriv- ?.i1fl:: n r.1'! in thl.iy.. w .'Ia \\v-t tlinn!: tlif ordin.iry, trin! i''r ip- ciuipiitinsr;: i-t thu-e fiz. e f.r 42. IS a-'J J 62 ur 54 inch ;,.;. &' Cu., Tii'.Jaiij.s'ee.:! Fla. ; J. S. M. D '.

aati Cum. lle.chactJanunry I I GARDEN SEEDS l" .iit. ti., i"_' I--.t.vit--e.| ".'). KL'UXS.! p i.1 iu it. TI.,- ni.ikcr: fiiriiNht-s' II haunt to put it ip: ; Js.iws. Th1?!" CiiCHlms: e irtJedlv! tie?' t ret in use, Q'lincy! ; G nip"r t: )Iil!.. ITewrxrt ; W. T. Carpeo-!

31. 1857. 5 I I tlio\\Tii or; io:. : J.UIIJ.lfJ I 17, l57.! G-tf i, -uid -.v.-ry nc ti-rirninled, ( tu :hl'ltrft'l.t ;atifi.ton.! Invmy pevt-rnl t ini[>iti\vnint. over the Pax c'' ur nrtv t-. (i Co. Wiii.ke(nah ; llvoelv A Pope. Madasn ;

I TE (1u1,111 the atti-n'inn: our fii.n-l* andthep'iblic Call .mdx.iniii-e tht-in) at I). LADL' other Patent in UP*?. The it>ft i is aix'Ut ;\fj.' f 35f>, r.im! A Br>.. ll.'Oticello.; S. Pclesttn.: 1I tticylla ;

Notice. I T' f : u.l t"r t ly. t..,our pit sent Large ni.d OOO-Pieces of Wall Papering. i Apiil 21. 1855. 16 :nnl: *450 for ":' ":; ez.; actS' rirnvtoextracarriaye. :=: W. R.,g'-rs 4 C<>. tttrJifjochee: BItzeli & Wi jre-

M-rnths after flute, the undersigned, win present well selfctd Assortment: of : 1 U">T r ---i\>.! a I.ITgIISi >it'ii.-it "f "-vorv \"rit lx i i and ic. For further 'i uiticuirs! appl_? :o on. ilarianna ; Niolxilwni Z uler. F.aillbril6f'.01. I
i Hearth
SIX I Drugget, Carpeting DANIEL LADD.Newpozt. I). II. Dickinson Buiulridge E.SeLxasThomasTill
fl'ial lC'Uiit an-1 vor.chne as a I".iIo18IrHt'r on I <.f c -lor an I q-n'itv( Wla.l tw.P.II'eI] hug pla'n; I ; t
the tate--f Wm. Litfn, dt-CtaseJ, l late of Leon t FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. and li;uic,I. B..I Jvinij to uit :111..kMUO.LL. I Rugs. Fh,.November 3. 1S.15. 44 Ga.

county and iik t<, e lirhanr-d. i Our Seeds ate procured fiom a C--M Cim! tl'. nnd tt: HOBBY. I 1'T E LOT Brussels two and three Ply "WoolCarpeinitr. Fehruarv2,1S5.! S-ljr

JOHN C. CRENSHAVT. AdmtV. 1 C"ri:cq'ipntly will tl mriih the letter i-i a WIIT01'r"-111', Nov. I 15. T f.i 5C. 46I i iI .1 Als-n. a few pieces Wm-1 l nndCottoii NOTICE. I: .Amos Li'Vc1y

In rit of liis wife LZCNORA P. CE.ESAU".V. : >u:h ntiurs.. ::$ Call rally or fend ji nr orders I !I... ad:. fine hearth Rujjs and Drugget for dale right nrnths after date the undersigned administra :
.l-6ui ; that vt'u ) March 14/57. A.\ B.] CLARKE I at D. LADD.wpoit. "n the estate deceased l, I
1 AMES i LIVELY. late of Leon will fi.. her and ,'nuchI I
: X.- Oct 18. 185C. 4-2 I county account Wholesale and Retail Dealers in filiiHl
Fluid January 31,1857. 5 '- ers. and apply to The Judge of Probate of Leon county 1 _
Burning 3 n- rrcpivintr. hia Fall an ] Winter Stock of I To Rheumatics & Others. for a di-vlmnje from said lfJ11i..illtrilti"n. 1 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 11
A SUPEttlOlt QUlLirY. recelve.1 nn. C-'tU, f.iitul'k:
OF., ale bv ASICS & LIVELY. New Books. ;, 1"1'I I all pers..t1 .iiffHrinj from 'Mn'iimiticComplaintwe : 8.ELIZABETH 1S56. HOLDEKNESS 45fimS Admfx.Xov ;' iVrfumery Dvestoff, Snrgical Instrument,

January ::31:117. 5 I r"c..i\"ed. a lar!itive rmnwly.. Jnii Stimnl JUST ; ..!, J.fJ has I bi-cn effectual in the :., VanfeheB, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
-( : B- C".lIl'rJ-llI. t permanent ORANGE SPRIN :
'i-tinj: in pr.it of finx-h and Lni'liah! Cloths, Cn ijef and Glass Ware. Pateut Medicines,
Notice I I Stltbnl111 I'-fee. !'": 111" _.'_._- best ditv. cure of Chronic ind Rheumatic diseases. Tliou, !Hnd$
101 and the
ryI and Vrstiniri of nil I colnts. >f qu: Fin Tooth Pure Wines and Brandte
IIIfl Fine ,
'li no doubt 1/4-c-n rescued from au untimely death Male & Female Seminarv !! Soaps
wish all th" -rent 111c
M"Uth after elate I )talL present my Cual nc. 1 I inaiiors. : bfli.aIIiI.J : wliiih: ) brm prfpart-.l to niaiiufacture to order ou nod Hair Brushes, for Medicinal,purposes.
!, this:
ihuse -f
SIX s an.1 1 voudirrs to the H iu. Jiul;e "i )1'r- j,| BanoioftV juid llildrcthV United\ St.iI t-s. : the:: in'.'*t ri-a.s"iiHl'lv: tt rm and in the 'i.)Io"{ I y 1'\1. < great r"piedy.F AII,1 THE situation of this Institution is at one of the |., Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles.
of the Dulc'.i -r by Druggists gentrallv Wholesale
Rcp'ib.ic just
ktl"'y"d llkory pub. in the nnd is Havana
Sulphur unsurpassed Fine
L. tf'. John Ck,deceased, late 'f i id cour.tv. an.l as-k tolec1hl.tll'1 li5lt'l.Alliron'! t. FASHIONABLE MANNER, by A LIVELY.Tallahassee. 1 fur he-iltli. It is easy of access lor steamboat They have recently received a La'gt and Fredfvppty .
; '. TllOS. J. ROBERT Ext'r. j .> Continuation of the History tf Europe.5th ; 'getliir with) a general assortment of May[ :St. 1656./ 22-ly and a few hours staging. : of every vaiiety of articles usually ktpt by

April 18. *57. 16-6m | antI Glh.IlIIwI., i READY-MADE CLOTHING The Principal with the experience: of twenty rears t! drut; ist3. Planters and Physicians will always find
i AMMitt'e. and I Suott'n N-ipnleon' B >mp-irt; Tli.irrt' Herring. nnd aided by a corps of competent l\3.it tant.. will devote nt this esiahliuhment a full supply everything needed
i I I Frem-h Revolution; (;.",,"'* Rome; Hum* an I M.i- i that will eoinpnc f;v..rihlv with anyt"Ck of Cloth- A FnWIIALFBBLS.pichX". 1 Mackerel and his whole lime to the im rovement of his pupils. and <-n the most liberal terms

Notice.SIX C'IIJ''lrt' E'ljrlaiid. ?rtl JUKI( 4th vounie; RMllinV An j jistorv Iri.IIt iiis pver ,-xbil'i'.ed), t : f"r fi tie III t this city. ron!igtin:: of I '\ Herring. direct from the Fisheries. Fur sale! ata I The third 1 session will commence Monday January j Orders from the Country promply filled and utisfae-

weeks nfter date, thv undersigned will spply Ui ; Thiilwall's (;ivi'cl\ .' iii
the Il-Mi. Judge of Pr.iliate, of Lei county f.r: Ftrdinand nnd ibella. Mexico. IVru. Fancy Cixsjimcie aiul Beaver Frock 1d Business MeNAUGIlT ORMOND & CO. R. ANDERSON, Pl lIcipal. \ Pbjl cian'a prescription "arefully cornpoucded.
letters of adminutiation on thu esUle of Juhn Debt the' 211.111.1 Miro-Uaiieou[ *; R'lPsellV Modern : Crnts. I |
Plnlip Novembers. 1850. 45 Nov. :':!9. 1S56. 43 I Also. Eppinu's compound fluid Extract of Buche.Jaa .
deceasvd late cf said countv.JOSEPH. Europe; ILilhinfd Hitturie1.rkc; The \Vt.rks of j I Bad: an I coWel' Cloth: Beaver und Pilot Over- 5 18316s
B. CHRISTIE. I/inl' Baron. AI.li".n. GoliNmilb, livii.ir. Sco't. j i Aifk: Snrtonts. India Rubber Packing. i Lumber.11 I -
April IS. '57. IB-Cw Dickens: Irvin 'i" Life of \%"aliiI-g4'ii Sj'iirk'sViinli ,: ILiirhni'rt Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere -
i iauts.Be.t TNDIA Rubber\ Pat-kin of oil ihickneMes from 3- have hand Five Six hund.vd Tbonsan i I Turpentine Farm for Sale.
in ton anti lI..a'l..y'\ /' ; Chamber's i i. i 'XTE on or
Notice.SIX I cellaneotisViiiin:'. in 10 \'"!unies. Ii -ratry ttyliChimliei'd ; '! (;-na.linp.. Barnthea. Satin nnd, Cloth Vests. 1 I!6 to 4 inch. fii!>taiitly on hand at D. LADD. I V feet of pood SEASONED Lru8U..r every dis \ Sale about eleven hundred acres of land to-
; ,, Liier.it Wlvef. Silk and Cashmere 11.,. Newpoit Oct. 18. 18iG. 4i which will be delivered in Tullahasse low. FOR and
C d'pl..li.1| of A eric.in ut e. in 2 Fancy Cinniirure cripiion. ; with a small farm and improvement,
Months after date the undersigned :1Jr.ini"tr.! i I I Wl.it. Silk. .1.... I Those wishing Lumber address at Centreville.Bills I
S volume.*, just iagned.) containint an account .r the can us will be sold at a bargain, inquire of
r of the estate t>f ewis M. SaumU-rs. d-r rised.; I !literature (fi lIur (...ntry from ill ilioNivt-ry to the pre- : G -nt.-' iha w) nrp!eino: Rohp Fine Shuts, Silk Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE saved at short notice. JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FDLLET.WalculU .
late <.f Leon coonty, will made his rli.nl exhibit to tie Authors) and I Cotton ami M.rin Uo'ler shirts. I A. R. COMBS 4 CO.
cent day. with a Memoir of "1lnl .t 4 "' OK FLORIDA.I I ) Fla.. October 4, 1S56. 40
the JuJ u of j't.iitc JOSEPH i of!B,IiJ CHRISTIE C flhtV. alt,1 1 ask AJmlVAtrillS57 tbe from thvir writiiyv The best book of the kind extant. I ISimOl's II Cauto Flanuel and Jeans Dnuvi-rs. JEFFERSON I COUNTY }[fITl. I Sept. 27. 1856. 89
dischsrired. I
I -A LSO- I. U ANDREWS sheriff and admir.ictrator I Walter
16m !
Shoes and Blan. Gwynn
Border Statues nnd Romance Kerseys, Linseys
I. PX ofticiit, of' the estate of Dai idV') "olf. lute of ; ,
j : in sets ; Statesman Manual; Hi t"rof tin A cpneri\i nivirtment "f Fancy and Black Silk nnflSa ) JifTfr.oii deceased has filed the Probata I kots. his services to persons wishing to enter
in I'
For Hire. Kt-puliiic; 'A't-bster's aId C.ilh.iuusVuik's, complete I YARLJS assorted Kerstja and Ga
LIKELY W'O arcust-nnrd to bouse ia: 6 volumes. white Kid nnd Silk Gl.vts. Buck anti Lisle Thread) 1 0 000 Warrants or ottervise. He will afso give pit mpt
yuiinir IAf. he believes the estate of D.i\'id Woolfe to be ins"U>nt i PIUllliI, {
A A .1c. washer fln,1 Ironer. Bl.ink B'I"ks .rid Stationery. Letter. C.ip.; Lcsnl (10.. L>idit'S Gaunt let j> superior Linen. Can-brie mill I attention to such business as be intm ted to him
work. t'O Apply
nod Tbereujion. notice i i. Riven to alln>on' hiiving i may
1.0110 Wool and Cotton and Wool
Gohl nifl! Steel l'ellith .irl Silk: HiindkeH'hirfr. Brown nnd Fancy n"tton, Liah l Linsejs, I
O i>. BRAILSFOKD! MAXWELL find Account Paper; a claims said ebtate to and file the in either! of the other offices in the Capitol. Charges
: And Vi.it- Tin-end and Munno i Hose L..I tc. CALL AND ntr.nnst appear same i 1.000 pairs jn>y mixed and white Blankets, I .
ithout1'IIII..s Envelopes. f.mcyt plain
at D. C. \ViL6o.Va Store. \\ ; ; with the Jii'life of Piohate of s;,id county on or be- i 1,00(1( pairs Russet Brogans. will be reasonable.corresponding t..ervicespsrorwed.Being
Apiil 11/67. 15-tf iiiij awl l PlayiivCard*; Ledgers' J"iirnnlj. 1:" BUY. f.ire the 12th day of December next when tl.ero wiI With Wool Hats Osnaburgs. and such like articles Deputy in the State.Land Office .he of course
"nnd h rlR. If 5fi. 42 I
P1tSBIIlkS and article O<-t" .
E3oi.lui. -cur'ds cverj will make f* buu in the Department
be distribution of the funds belonging to no charge >e n p'orata foi Plantation use, in any quantity, hr
ufii'dlv found in our bn"in'''. May 17.1856. 20ly
Notice. said estate amongst the creditors there: at which LADD.

< months after d.ttellha11 Pt event my final nc-- Nov. 15. 46 ilcDOUGALL & HOBRY.Fairbanks Dr. P. P. LEWIS time 'he said; Wil.iam II. Andrews will apply fr his Newport. Oct. 18. 18/. 42 A

SIX xnd,vouchers to the H-ra.Judge of Probate -- Ferr t notice to hit friends and pat final discharge from the nduiinitrition> -f said e'tut(!. Notice.SIX .

JOT Jrfftsnsou county, HS adruiui trutor of the estate of _ _GIVES t that he i ii* now in porsesston ofall THOMAS J. CHACE.of Probate. I LIME. months after data tha undersigned w31 preSent
A vies B. Loid. late >f said cvunty deceased, and ask on the Ocl.>cknee River near the Geor the latest improvements Dents-: Judge I : accounts and vouchers to the Judge cf Pro
fresh and
BBLS.Lime. in
SITUATED March 'I 57. 109111Notice. good order.
from sid adrniliiatrlltOlfJ.tJip. klluWIIII" tli.- Lynn F beinj T eth. without 100 just and ask for final
for a discharge crly -rry. try. I et. The xtrnction of producing lauded and for sale by11IcNAUGlI'r. bate for the county of Gadsden a
WM. R. LORD, AdmtV. now chartered i.ndveH (>lLIi.h.l l ; situ having anew pain. liv the nid of n loriil applicntimi. which COIII"i..IS I ORMOND & CO. settlement and di ch rg from the administratorshipof

.&piil1t.7. 15-6ra and! excellent Ferry Boat U-r. feet wi.le nnd fifty in npphinif artificial fre.-zii.jr mixture thee pinto November *. 1866. 45Notice. the estate of Wm. P. Lurkins. late of iai4 county

fret lonsr; Wing wmpetwitly nnd constant lynifi-mM, until fullv bi'inunlw I. 2.1. The immediiifei' .errioi' of months after (11I1t' I will present to the lion deceased. THOJIAS H. SCOTT, Admfr.

Notice the undereune! wmiM) pertfuly! inform oil who n Temporary Set. on Gutta Perchn which can be SIX Court of Leon fr-unty, lilY accounts and Jan 24. '57. 46mExecutor's

wiah t<> cro> the River that ih y can cross at Fairbanks worn with comfort and ea*e I till the GIIMIK nre f, I y vouchers as Adrcini-trator the t-stHte of MatthewI. [ .

SIX TrceVs after date I shall apply to the lion Ferry at nil times with ease and safety whether prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on I. Allen deceased, and at the, same time apply l'r; a i ALL persons ha vine demands against the estate of Notice.

: itt Probate, fur Leoa c.uu'y. fur Jett t'rs of the wuU-r: is hi:'b or l.\. (that beautiful plan calledcontinuous fimns, which are final diacharijts (turn the fui administration, ion of said :i<-\Vhitaker, decease 1, late of Lron county -

administration .'u ih< estate Jackson J. Smith late HARRISON FAIRBANK. I' much \roin and admired for beautystrength mil estate. 11. G. ALLEN. are iK'tifit-il present them to the ttndersigned I months after date, \ shall present my fiflal ao-

of sni I counlv d C\Ii6C .'. LEVI BOLE. Jan. 17..7. 3SIX perfect c'eanlineis. Feb 14.57.Administrator's. 7-l5m arlmini'tratriz within rim time prescribed by law, or SIX and vouchers to the Honorable Judge *'

1rcb 21.'b'l. 12-6w May 31.1856. !2 they will b barred ; and all indebted are requested I Probate for Jefferson County. as exeeutor of"Joio

Notice. to nuke payment immediatel. Johnson late of said County. decea&ad. and ask for a

:Boots and Shoes. Notice. Notice. SARAH WHITAKER Admix. dismission and discharge oa such exteutor.

weeks after date the undersigned will apply lifter lutf I will present In th<* lion. Pio- March 1 4. '57. ll-8w W.JAMES HINES qualified executor.
ENS', < haling Mvotia. the estate of Adam Gram- the lion. Jivljc of Probate of Lt"n .M -
assortment per I letter >f a.hlliui"trali.n, rn4 f.or titlo'by McNAUOBT, ORMOXD & CU. ling, deceased, late of said county.A. f>r her dowt-r in the personal estate of the late James Poiiulext deceased and at the same time .

March tl.'t7. 21 P. GRAMLING. FletcherVhiitukvr, deceased. for final discharge from the further admhiNtrati : 14L persons having demands against the estate of Circular,Saws.
March 28. ,57. 13-6w SARAH WmTAl ER. apply of i.ai a I estate. HUDSON MUSE. John Bunrdorf,deceits**!. l hate l of Leon county, 4 GRIFFITH'S, andt; BOB COB

CoSec.M April 4. 1857. 4v-14 Quincy, Jan. 1 17. 67. 3-6n nre )lien, by nodded to present tjwtn to tbv nndrsigu WELCH: Saws, from 42 to 1i i inches iw,:(
I ed adminiMrator de tmnie n"n within the time manufacturer*
II pre-
stantlv commission
Iii Leon Circuit Court. I for sale at a oa
6)A SACKS Prime UK 5 do. MararaibeJ Notice. u-iil'e( l >toy IHW. or they will be barred ; and all tho e priced by D. LADD.

*\ Laudtn$ from Brode.: nn-i for 'ale by Daniel: K. Grander and Notice. indebted are requested make paymtnt imtaediate7' Newport. December 2flC-1P56. 8I
date. I Mull nppl.v': tile N .
weeks after n
McNAUOHT, ORMOND 4 CO. late having demand against th etatp of
R Gamble SIX persons _
In II htrahnut. t.. Probatef Leon f-r lettersf ALL
... !farch 21. '57. 12 &-, as 0 r a ; of county ,. !" Botoln, deceased late of Leon county. JOHN D. RKIOHKKT, admfr.d. borls DOB.
Strn.wun$27. in the estate of Jack'on J. Smith de- JounialIs
GnuiMe, Jam"1 administration are notified to present them to the undersigned adluiniBtrator Monticello. March 14. '67. l-8w The Floridian &
17. {500.i .
Damages, l. late of said countv.ApriU. .
cca e<
T Steel. .' 1'1. within the time prescribed by law. or SATURDAT by
Iron and Plow 157. fiw"14 JOHN CA ON. published! every
Ttvarn i P. Rnndolph.MIE they will he tarred ; and! those indebted are requi s- Dissolitlon of Co-Partnership.
Bail Jrwi. 1 inch to 8 inches, Defendant an-1 all!l oilier persons interested. ted to make ayrueut il1JUJt. i.ft'ly. heretofore" exist b JAMES S. JONES, EDIrOR & Pqflh14OX.
partnership John
SWEDES It d, H np and Null Ro.1, J. are hereby notified of (he institution of the above U, S. Marshal's Sale. R. A. SHINZ, Admt'r. THE ing tweeu
Br'iome anti Robert Heir in the
8 9 .'di4 inetici.A. weighing, storage At Two Douums annum in a4irano&
Pfc,w Steel, 7. uitlbVattachment and to and March 21. 5'7. 12-8w per
i are rrquirtd appear virtue f.f II 11. f.i i l'tllIP,1 fiom hue U S. Court and selling: eottou busineea ii this dav rtw olved ,
tic. for sale
.tick-lar.lin(per Hyt *IK ly filed! therein. BY
lar'C :
-.McauO HT. ORMOND & CO. _plead to the declwrati"n .r thftl"rlh.) rn District of rl..rid'I. wherein Allen. by mutual) coniwnL BROOME 4 HEIR.. TERMS OF .ADVERTISING.
< McLen'n I & Bulkley jir- pTnintiffi* Sift) Isaac Townsend Notice.ALL August 11, 1658. S3 .11 W
61 ,
ISSantlemea's qnare'of first iosfrtfca,
Marcia 21. 14- One 12 lines or less
nnd fhnll
have It'\'lellupon
__ lef'Hduni. expose persons h<*viny tlemunds ftgftinst the estate of -I ,. ** 50Professiiu
FurniShing t. : f"f snle. ln-f..re tin-' Court lli-ine dimr, in :ilonti rist'opor; C. Kyl -Weused, lists of Ondsden New each 1 subsequent Bo.h Cards inserted at 110 pV
Notice Cp-Partnership. ) &
_. 4 ('elo.! on tht fii-nt Iond-iy in M'I\. 1857. thj'ween theiihiuii t-ounty. are )lu-reby notified; to p-.sent the pains tn the ". -. '

-., -., .- '1"r"'IIII._ Month* aft-r .!..lle.I. lIlIl".t'.nt my: finnl II'. h-'iirn of\1:11.! the (.,fillowinvr )Inndi to wit: South undersigned a'imimistramorwidi'iu: the time precril HEIR AND JOHN PCOL tlnf'lbi. annum.Adverrle"fntaaorbdi.' ... h tbof be ofinmie
; : .J # SIX' \.' AI\41 "c'lIch' 'ot'.e. 11'1; Jntlits e.( PioV.f lialr..rs.' E. i. atvV.: S. }.. j M S.V'. J set'lioll 8. in by law or this uotic will be plelin bar thereof, ROBERT a co-partnership in the busiuw ofwetphuig. rttf1na..UI U qutimt iaatiIforb4 ,all cbUt"

., L-IS. U de S1.wDr Rhirt. wrs. )ha.t; Jeffef>n i-h UJitv.' us..xwsritnr (If the e..tat.IIr T. 2..11. &, S. nna E. cnt inins,12((. :scn-s. nior or aud all\ persons d.1 decms d'are'request ) storage,'arid selling;cotton,and also to make t, aeoording1,. . ,.r.
snit .ailt> count! dweaaed, and '. levied upon as tint pioperty of said dcfentint'snd bake immediately.WM. S t.I
T.'etC atC RJrt R.J'MN. tu'lr d to payment liberal advance on coltaa.Beat to their car*. -Certhieattl b
p- O f )'told to aaid writ. accoHine to law. P I T.'f. LatJqUoet
w'fur a 4iobarE tmm wiul ftuttifl'rt.IP.) ; t ifttufy L. KYLE Admt'r.March a 'liEIRCOLES.uAnguM "iU tw 1e feD 1mt11 tM
.I_ 'briItJbatit".aAllor by. b 'r. Twins ea.b. E.'E,'BIl. CKBURN. ls..sw .-
.A.t1..GBT omht-OO. ROBERT D.JOHHSON; 2857 14, IS6!.. **. paid.
7 "Marshal
axcbli.' ISr Karch 1" 'n. U- April 4. 1867. 5w-14

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