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 23, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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System ID: UF00079928:00539
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHOEITYi er the, in Treasury the State> is of hereby Maine authorized, the Secretary to oj For the contingent expenses ofthe Senate, I brary Committee of Congress five'thousand- For compensation of the Sec nd Comptroller For blank bob oDi..,slit ion" fry. office

another cause viz : dollars. S t and the clerks and messenger in hii furniture, oSfielal'

LAWS OF TIlE UNITED STATES. light house suitable appropriated site to for be-at selected the mouth for the of For binding, forty five thousand dollars. I For purchase of books for said library, five office, and for laborer employed therein at papers, and e no'a I kdeg

the said For lithographing and engraving, forty five thousand dollars. the rate of four hundredtand eighty dollan subscription for the Union a In"telligtneer.
riverby the act of Congress approved thousand dollars. II. For purchase of law books for said library per andiloi i, per act of fourth August eighteen I to be filed for tie,BM ;o.1 o-

[:CO CLUDED.] August third, 'eighteen hundred and For books, five thousand dollars. two thousand dollars. J hundred and fifty four, twenty six thousandseven I fice, one thousand sight hoadred o* .

CBAF.. CLX.-An act making Appropriations: for fifty four. For stationary twelve thousand dollars. !. For compensation of the Superintendent of hundred and twenty dollars. I In the office of the
booses,Light boats, Buoys, &c.and providingfor Approved, Augtist 18, l 18d.CaM' II' StnA.
Light Public Printing and the clerks and
the Erection and tabliftbm nt of the same, -- For newspapers, three thousand dollars. messenger For compensation of the First Auditor, For blank books, dol. office
and for other Purposes.Fff CLXL-An Act making Appropriations for theTrnnsportathof For Congressional Globe] and biding the in his office, eleven thousand five hundredand and the clerks, messenger and assistant messenger furniture, and miscellaneous !t ,lac..

a light house' to be erected on Traverse the United States Mail by Ocean same, seventy two thousand six hundred and fourteen dollars. in his office, and for laborer employed din two of the daily city newspaper*)

or Chairity Island; in Saginaw Bay fire I Steamers and otherwise during the fiscal year ending fifty one dollars. For contingent expenses of his office, viz: I therein, at the rate of four hundred and eigh. tle. bound, and preserved for we nee. o the

thousand dollars. ., I the thirtieth. of June, eighteen hundred andfiftyseven. For reporting proceedings, including the For blank books, stationery, postage, advertising ty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August f one thousand two hundred doa.

For a light house at the mouth of the Un I usual extra compensation to the reporters of for proposals for paper, furniture, trav I eighteen hundred and fifty four, thirty I In the office,of'til* Third :

Sablti River on Lake Hnron five thousand Be it enacted by l Uie'i Senate and House.<<; of the Senate, eight hundred dollars each, ten elling expenses, and miscellaneous items, two I five thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. !- I For blank.books, *! ..t .of.
dollars. i I Representatives of the United States of A- thousand four hundred dollars. thousand three hundred dollars. i lice furniture, carpeting, the

For light house at Fort Austin, dn Sagi- I! rtlerica in Congress assembled That the fol. For clerks to committees pages, police, For rent of ware rddrd, two hundred! and I For compensation of the Second Auditor Union and Intepe. preserving file*end

haw Bay, five thousand dollars. lowing sums be and the same are hereby appropriated horses, and carryalls twenty.seven thousand fifty dollars. I I and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger DD ., tekcribUtodjaitemYana .

For repairing light house, banking in and I to be paid out! of any money in four hundred and sixty dollars } Provided, For cartage and la.bor. in storing and transportation in his office, and for laborer employed l arfeiraataj three thonsand.fire b'nridred .

the site 'of the light hocss ill ituron the trens 'j' not otherwise appropriated for that the amount estimated "for compensation of paper five hundred and fifty dol therein at the rate of four hundred and eighty and dollars! r. r < yIn -

protecting, Ohio-ten thousand! dollars. the year ending the thirtieth of June, one of the clerks to the Committee on Financeand lars.For dollars per annum, per act of fourth'August, the office of tbe VJ'uito .,

For a light house on Point Peninsula, be. thousand eight hundred and fifty seven : Printing be deducted therefrom. paper required for the printing of the eighteen hundred and fifty four, thirty five ,For.atatiooery, books, b and

Big and Little Pay du Noqoet, in For transportation of the mails from New For miscellaneous items!, twenty thousand Thirty fcnrth Congress, one hundred and fifty I thonsand three hundred and twenty dollars. miscellaneous i .s one thousand' 0 hun.

\\ tween Lake Michigan, five thouand dollars. York to Liverpool! and back, eight hundred dollars. Sli I thousand four hundred and eight doltars. For compensation of the Third Auditor, dred dollars. "
For beacon light at Sand Point, oil the and nineteen thousand five hundred dollars : Eor compensation and mileage of members 1 and the clerks, messengers, and assistant I In the office of the Fifth Auditor .
i west side of Little Bay do Noquet one thousand Provided, That the Secretary of the Navy is of LYle House of Representatives and Dele. For printing required for the second session i Il messenger in his office,' and for laborers, employed For blank books, binding, Iltoe.

t I dollars. hereby directed to give the notice providedin gates from Territories three hundred anti of the Thirty fourth Congress, one hundred therein, at the rate of four hundred fice furniture, carpeting, and ;.

J For a lake coast light at Grand Point au the first section of the act entitled An sixty five thousand and fdrty eight dollars.! and fifteen thousand dollars. And the appropriation I and eighty dollars' per annum, per act of expenses, in are iaclude two daily

Sable, Lake Michigan, six thousand dol act to supply deficiencies in the appropriations For compensation of the officers; clerks, to supply deficiencies in the appropriation fpurth AugUst, eighteen hundred and fifty six handr doUn ; .
lars. for the service of the"fiscal year endingthe messengers, and otb receiving! an annual for printing of the second session of four, one hundred and thirty three thousand I t newspap of aditr Post Office

Wisconsin.-For rebuilding the light house thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred salary in the service Iho House of Representatives the Thirty third Congress," contained in the five hundred and forty dollars. ,> te Department:

at Port de Mort, six thousand dollars. and fifty two," approved the twenty first viz: Clerk of the House of Repre. act of fifteenth May eighteen hundred and For compensation of the Fourth Auditor For blank! books,
July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty three thotiiahd six hundred fifty six, shall be construed by the accounting and the clerks I stationery tnda a
For a light on the outer end of the outer sentatives : dollars messenger, and assistant messenger I ruling, ten tbotiiand ifjd fifty .
two, to terminate the for the officers of the Treasury to include the db r ;
pier at Kenosha, one thousand dollars. arrangements two clerks at two thousand one hundred and cost in his office, twenty seven thousand For miscellaneous.items,. file bard,/

For a lake coast light on the west shore oft additional allowance for the transportation of sixty,dollars eaeh ; seven clerks, at one thousand of paper necessary for said printing. ,, four hundred dollars. repairs, cases and desks for safe keeping of
the United States mail between New York For procuring drawings to illustrate the
Lake Michigan, at or near the Portage, and eigbthiindred dollars ; sergeant at arms I I For compensation ctf the Fifth Auditor, papers, furniture, lights, washing towels, Jc*.
and in the Collins line of I Office for the
Liverpool steamersas two thousand one hundred and dollars report year eighteen and the clerks ah'ci in his office
to the head of Big Sturgeon sixty ; messenger horse
opposite Bay, .
; five thousand dollars. therein provided.For doorkeeper, two thousand one hundred and hundred and fifty six, six thousand dollars ; I r and for laborer employed therein at the rate l .ormeeugr Itpi dnpth.and

Minnesota Territory.-For a light houseat transportation of the malls from New I sixty dollars ; postmaster, two thousand one to be expended _nnder the. direction of the I I Iof four hundred and eighty dollars per an. hundrd
I York to New Orleans, Charleston Savannah hundred and sixty dollars j- Commissioner; of Patents. num, act fourth August i hundred dot3
Beaver Bay, Lake Superior six thousand I. ; messenger, per eighteen1 ; In the office of the Treasurer :
dollare. Havana, and Charges, and back two hun. at one thousand seven hundred and fifty two I. Executive.-For compensation of the President and fifty four, sixteen thousand dne hundredand ; .,

For a light house at Grand :Marais! Lake dred and sixty one thousand dollars. dollars ; librarian, one thousand eight hun. of the United States; twenty five thousand twenty dollars. For blank books, binding, atoe" and.

,:: six thousand dollars. For transportation of the mails frdrd Pan. dred dollars ; reading.. clerk one thousand dollars. For compensation of the Auditor of the ,! mi ell items, one t n..
Superior 'ama' to California and and back FW compensation of the Vice President o.f ; dred .
California.-For providing a suitable Oregon, eight hundred dollars; clerk to Committe of Pdit t Office. Department, and the clerks, messenger .
three hundred and thousand the United States, from fourth of March to I : In the office the
twenty eight Claims and
:: ], and for maintaining the same for one one thousand eight hundred dollars ; assistant messenger In his office, of Ritr:.
in visiting the lights and other aids ; for three hundred and fifty dollars. clerk to Committee of Ways and Means::; one the thirtieth June, one thousand! eight hun- J i and for laborers employed therein,at the rate I For ruling and full binding bb
year loi'T
: For out the contract entered into dsed and fifty seven, two thousand six hun
inspections and delivery supplies for placing carrying thousand eight hundred dollars ; clerk to ser- I of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, cording COletoB'quarterly a
; I ract
: and removing buoys ; and for the transportation by the Post Office Department under the pro- geat at arms, one thousand eight hundred dred and twenty two dollar and twenty two '! per act fonrth August, eighteen hundred and merce and Ian.k abstractsfor .

t materials, supplies, and laborers visions of the act approved thirtieth August, dollars]] ; five messengers, at one thousandfour cents. fifty four, one hundred and sixty four thousand !use, blank books, bandan.aD sta

for constructing! and repairing light houses one thousand eight bdndred and fifty two, establishing hundred and fo ty dollars each ; clerk in For compensation to secretary to sign patents i i one hundred and sxty! dollars. ,; toner arranging and bindig eneUe ma '

; on the Pacifiic coast, sixty thousand dellire. a tri monthly mail by steam vessel charge of books for members one thousand I for lands, one thousand five hundred I, For compensation of the Treasurer of the papers, cases for papers

between New Orleans and Vera Cruz, via eight hundred dollars ; clerk in charge of I dollars.] :: United States, and the clerks, messenger, and : ords,and miscellaneous items, seven thousAnd te.

For the construction of a road for the kee Tampico, sixty nine thousand seven hundred stationery, one thousand eight hundred dollars Department of State.-For compensation : assistant messenger in his office and for laborers i I dollars. SIn .

per's dwelling at the South Farallone to the end fifty" dollars. ] ; chaplain seven hundred and fifty dollars I of the Secretary of State and Assistant Secretary i employed therein'/ at the rate of four the office of the Solicitor: t
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted That I I of State, clerkss! and assis.
: ; in charge of the hall messenger I hundred and eighty dollars :
light house tower on the Peak, cne thousandfive messenger seven- I! per annum, pei
hundred dollars. the following] g tit tIis be and the same are here- enteen hundred and forty dollars ; twentyone I tant messenger in his office, and for laborers I act fourth August eighteen hundred and fifty For blank books, bindin stationery, labor .
appropriated, for the service of the Post i I employed] therein, at the rate of four hundred and and for statutes .
For the construction of a road from La by messengers, including superintendents of i four, twenty five thousand three hundred dollars. iem
Office for the the I and eighty dollar annum, act of fourth I .and reports' ; two two hundred
Playa, San Diego Bay, to the light house at year ending the foldidg and document rooms, twenty eight per per ] dollars. tofid
thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundredand thousand four and four dollars August, eighteen hundred and fifty lour fifty For
Point Lorna, one thousand five hundred dollars. hundretj fifty seven, out of any moneys in the seventy nine thousand four hundred and one thousand six hundred add twenty dollars. ]. 'I Treasury, and the clerks, messenger, and.I In the office of the Commissioners of Cos

treasury arising from the revenues of said forty six dollars. I assistant in Lis and toms : '
office for
For improving the road from the Coxo or I messenger laborers ;
department, in conformity to the act of the For For the Incidental and Contingent Expen. For buukv, and wcfls
of the
landing at Point Conception to the light houe! contingent expenses House of employed therein at the iate t four t'4UI atLuuVJ.
thousand dollars. second of July, one thousand eight hundredand Representative, viz : II ses of said Department.-For publishing the i hundred and eighty dollars! per annum per I neons items, two .
one '
For the erection of a sea coast light on tho thirty six : For binding document, doe hundred and I laws in pamphlet form and iu the newspapers I net fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty ,.Light bbase Board-Fo? Tskak b
main land between Buena Ventura and Point For transportation of the mail, in two twenty five thousand dollars. i of-the States and Territories, and in the city four, forty nine thousand eight hundred and biddn stationery, misceHanecttS

Duma, at such place as be determinedupon steamship, from New York by Southampton For furniture, repars; and boxes for books of Washingtoa, forty seven thousand three I sixty dollars. I. postage, seven hundred. and fifty doll >
indicate the may the to Breman, and back, at one hundred fifteen thousand dollars. hundred and one dollars. I For compensation of the Solicitor of the '

Barbara to channel, in addition approach to to the Santa thousand dollars for each ship ; and in two For* stationery, fifteen thousand dollars.! : For proof reading, packing, and distributing I Treasury, and the clerks and messenger in 'I the General Purposes of the Southeast

contained in the third section of appropriation the act steamshipsfrom New York, by Cowes, to For horses, carriages, and saddle horses, laws and documents, Including cases I his office sixteen thousand nine hundred dollars. I II. Executive Building.-ror the compensation .
third Havre, and back, at seventy five thousand five thousand dollars. I and transportation,, fifteen thousand two hundred I I ; of eight watchmen of the southeast executive
of eighteen hundred and
{ four August for fifty dollars for each ship, under the contract with For fuel, oil, and candles, two thousand dollars: ,. I I For compensation of the Commissioner of ,I building, four thousand eight hundred dol
making appropriations houses
light the Ocean Steam of For stationery, blank books binding, pain. lars. ,
Navigation Company five hundred dollars I I i Customs, and the clerks and in C .
&c. thousand dollars.
: For, thirty comp'eiing' the light houses at Santa New York, three hundred and fifty thousand For newspapers twelve thousand five hun ting and glazing, sit: thousand five hundred i I his office, and for laborer employed therein, I[t For compensation of nine laborers' cfiae.

dollars. dred dollars. dollars. at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars i 1 Bouleut executive bufldfni four"
Barbara San Pedro and
Santa Cruz har. I CC
For transportation of the mails between Fdr copper plate printing, books and maps act fourth ed and
bors, seven thousand and five hundred dol For engraving, electrotyping, *and litho. par annum, per August, eghffenI : twenty don.
thousand dollars.
Charleston and Havana, a sum not exceedingfifty .graphing, ono hundred and twenty five tbou- : two I I hundred and fifty four, twenty thousand three !: For contingent expenses
lars.For thousand dollars. 'sand dollars. For newspapers, six hundred dollars. I I hundred and dollars. bd.T
a first clays light at Cape MendoCino\ For transportation of the mails across the .five ;I For extra clerk hire and copying, two thousand I I For twenty !: '
fortv thousand dollars For Capitol police, thousand four hun. |j recdnstructlng the light house tower, Fuel. lights, repairs; and miscellaneous,
isthmus Panama, one hundred and thirty and dollars. dollars ; said clerks to be employed only : and for
dred illuminating
ninety now apparatus at Dutch thousand five hundred doOars.
Washington Territor-For a light house ; eight
five thousand dollars. I ] during the session of Congress, or when Island "
For miscellaneous items four thousand dollars.
seventy thoasmdI |
For of four
at Red Bluff Island II compensation for
Whidby's ; twenty I
18 186C. indispensably to enable tho Department wt
Approted, Aug. dollars. necessary For the '
five thousand dollars. > rebuilding light tower, furpreservatifl building,occupied in part by
t SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That For pages and mail boys, eight thousand to answer some call made by either I i of sit, and for new illuminating and in part by the First Auditor AUorel'General. of
CHAP. CL.W.-Ao Act making for House of Congress at one session to be answered
for I
Appropriations hundred and dollars.
the of the he is four ninety apparatus Nayat Point light house, MX tbo two four hundred .
fi. Secretary Treasury be, and the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Expenses For folding documents including of at another. thousand five hundred dollars Treasury, thoDad dollars.
hereby authorized to accept frdrrl the city of of Government for the year ending the thirtieth pay F miscellaneous items thousand : : .
hundred and folders folding paper, twine, and paste, forty ( r one five For completing the sea wall for tho '
Charleston a conveyance of 21 lot, to be held ofJnne, eighteen fiftyseven.Be hundred dollars. I preservation I. For compensation of two laborers for said

t and used solely] for the purposes of a light it enaeted by the Senate and House of thousand dollars. To enable the Secretary of State to : thousand of the light house site at Watch (Hill building, nine hundred and sixty dollars. {r.
four pay tn dollars.
" house site, and not otherwise; and that he Representatives of the United States of A- S For twenty copies of CongressionalGlobe for the services of a sent to the I For rent of said building, fdeJ cftd tafseellaneons .
be assembled That the and Appendix for each member and messenger For rebuilding a light; house tower on a thousand .
authorized to use the appropriations heretofore merica in Congress items/stx dollars.
f delegate of the first session of the Thirty government Texas upon the passage by I proper site, in place of the present light on
made for that purpose to erect a lighthouse following sums be, and the same are hereby Congress of the Texas bill,in I Department of the Inr ( For
indemnity eighteen Block Island
of in the fourth Congress, thirty four thousand seven and for fitting the same with sation of the cp.
beacon the ont trea.
or light on or near Battery appropriations any money hundred and five hundred dollars.
dollars. -
and four suitable
in that city, upon the Attorney General certifying sury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hundred I. apparatus, nine thousand dollars. I the clerks, and 'assistant messengers
limited hereafter expressed, for the fiscal For.binding twenty four copies of the For a beacon on Sand: Spit, off Cannoni- in mllng for laborers
to the validity) of such title. year To employed
enable the of State to .
Globe and Sfedretary purchase i cut Point west side entrance I
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted<< That ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand Congressional Appendix for each each of volumes to Providence therein, at the rate of four. 'hundred
member and of the first fifty copies, eighteenand River thousand
delegate session of one dollars.
the following named lights be discontinued, eight hundred and fifty seven, namely : nineteen of Howard's Report of the Decisions I. I and eighty dollars per annum per act fbvrth
fourth For
providd the Secretary of the Treasury so directs LEGISLATIVE.- For compensation and the Thirty Congress sixteen thousandsix restoring pier, dyke wall, and shore August, eighteen hundred and thirty .
of the Court of the United M/rOr
hundred and seten dollars and at Goat Island .
fifty nine. facing house
: light two thousand
viz: mileage of Senators, one hundred and eight two cents. States, five hundred dollars. I five hundred dollars. thousand three hundred and twenty d
At Silver Creek, on the southeast shore of thousand eight hundred and seventy two dol ty To enable the Secretary of State to lars. .5
For four of the purchase For
Lake E'it, New York.At lars. twenty copies Congression. rebuilding keeper's dwelling and for For compensation of the Commiftaioatr of'the
five hundred copies erf the three volumes
Barcelona, (or Portland.) on the southv Fnr_ comnenaa.tion.._ of the officers, clerks._ al Globe and! Appendix! foreach_ member and of the alterations at Point Judith lignt house, three General Land Office, and the "
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... .. g. ? of tbo secdnd session of the Diplomatic Correspondence thousand five fo
east snore 01- Lake *Erie, New* *lorlc. messengers, and other, receiving an annual delegate Thirty ..l_.. rr.e..i Q..+... (."., ... .."'.......R.I.n... _... hundred dollars. draughtsman, eJerb. .assistant
fourth Congress seventeen thousand three loUt: VflllbCTJ fcJtAlQO, I VUJ DQV UfcOdl' MUUUICUand :; m.r
t At Port Clinton in Portage Bay, Ohio. salary in the service of the Senate, viz : 8c- hundred and two dollars. eighty three to seventeen hundred and Connecticut-For the protection and preservation messengers, pcker in his

At Cleveland, east side of entrance to retary of the Senate three thousand six hun fifty eighty nine seven thorisand five hundred of a light house site and for a new office, and employed therein tithe

Cleveland, (on the hill,) Ohio. dred dollars ; officers charged with disburse For binding Globe twenty and four copies of.the dollar dwelling for keeper at Lynde! Point, mouth I rat of four hundred and- eighty dollarsper

E At the Northeast Pas of tho Mississippi : ments of the Senate, fonr hundred and eighty member Congressional and delegate of the Appendix second for sessionof each To reimburse the consular agent of the of Connjcticut River, eight thousand six- hun ann m/per 4et fur Aa.et
Provided The of the dollars chief clerk, two thousand five hun dred dollars. hundred and fifty .
t Secretary Treasury ; fourth United States at the Island of St. Thomas, oar.
j shall decide said light to be accessary. dred dollars ; principal' clerk and. principal six hundred Thirty and Congress six dollars., eight thousand for that amount expended by him, by ordersof For a light vessel to mark the Long Stand I seventy one thousand two han.r and a&u
r- At Dice's Head, Maine. executive clerk iri office of the Secretary of seventy this in and Shoal, off Cornfield Point, in Long Island dollars.
landing storing
and government
, At Parmet Harbor, Massachusetts. the Senate, at two thousand one hundred and For reporting] publishing the procee. .the of the Amelia of New York Sound eighteen thousand three hundred and I For additions! clerks in the General
of the House of barque L
. Sec. 4.nd be it Amber enacted, That sixty dollars each ; eight clerks in the office dings the usual additional Representatives, inclu. and other expenses incident thereto, laden seventy dollar. i Office, under the act of third March, OeI

_ the Secretary of the Treasury be and he is of the Secretary of the Senate, at one thousand ding of the House for compensation the session to the with arms and munitions of war, which were For compensation of the clerks and messenger I thos eight hundred and fifty fire, gran.'
- eight hundred and fifty dollars each ; reporters present of,the light bctfse Board and for laborer bounty and for laborers
hereby authorized to have a reexaminationmade hundred dollars each, thousand seized by order of the government, anti car land.
keeper of the stationary, one thousand seven eight twenty employed therein, at the rate of four therein, at rate of four hundred
(under the seventh section of the act four hundred and dollars, in addition ried into said Island and there landed, four te a
twenty e
approved August three, eighteen hundred and hundred and fifty two dollars ; two messengers to the unexpended balance of the thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars to hundred and eighty dollars per ann q1. per ty dollars per.annum per act Co
one at one thousand and eighty dollars, appropriation act fourth August, eighteen hundred and hundred anifi'ty' (
fl ty four, making appropriations for lighthouses contained in the act approved fifteenth disbursed under the direction or Seer e. fifty eighteen ,1.h
and so forth) of the Point of Rocks and one at seven hundred and fifty dollars; I thousand hundred tart of State. four, nine thousand dollars. of'e hundred andsixty co
eight and
May, one
S West Port, Massachusetts to determine one page at five hundred dollars; sergeantat I I six for the same purpose prior to- the first ftll To enable the Secretary of State to procure Contingent Expenses of the Treasury S Prrde That the- Secretary ot Lr

whether or not the light house authorized for arms and doorkeeper two thousand dollars -. July, one thousand eight hnndrrd and fifty I I copies of Dr. Khol's maps elf the Conti. Departffi'enf.- dto.:1.: ( .

that place is necessary to the commerce ofthat ; assistant doorkeeper one thousand seven aiL nents and Islands of America, the sum of six the o1lb,* SIn of said'appropriatibn -.
vindnity; and if reported upon favorably bundreoTOollars; postmaster to the Senate, For clerks on land clerks to thousand dollars, which shall be expended Secretary of the Treat- for piece work, o by the day,:week*
maps committees
one thonsand seven hundred and fifty dollars; fry: month, earsit eh rate rates" he
and approved by him, to use the appro. and temporary clerks in the office of under the direction ofthe Secretary of Statein oj as
priation heretofore made for that purpose, in assistant postmaster ,and mail carrier one the Clerk of the House of Representatives such manner as he may deem best for that For copying blank books, stationery/bin/ mi djiLZfair. :

erecting light house end keeper's dwellingat thousand four hundred and forty dollars ; eight thousand four hundred and object: .ding sealing ships registers, translating For compensation t cube Coaamieaionerof!

or near that place.Sec. two mail boys, at nine hundred dollars! each; dollars.twenty sixty -Northeast Executive Building.-For compensation sign language, adTortising', and extra clerk Pensions1 ad.t ctk..m n8'e.'aad.jwsiitant >

superintendent of the document room, one four watchmen of the northeast hire for preparingand." collecting, information ,
5. And be It farther enacted, Thatif For one hundred copies of the" Congressional lh"o. n..tiJ.
thousand five hundred dollars; two:assistants executive building and two laborers employed to be laid befor, ffingrasa gam clerks to be, $_ .
l Globe and 1
bib preliminary the necessity saireys.for any are light required house to or ascer oth.. in document room, at'one thousand two hundred the same for the first Appennixnand:and second;.sessions binding of therein, at the rate of four huadred and eighty ; employed only: sharing':the session of Congress drQ' j1. '. per; ct -
dollars each superintendent ofthe I folding -, ( or when hd .' dM
to -
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aid dollars peranndutpOr.act fonrth A a.gilt. necessary enable .
er in this .'determine the fourth [Congress for the House
provided bill. or to Thirty ,] '
thousand fire hundred dollars : the oVpartment to fonr, thirty ose'&owwed: fire 'kssdred
one hundred and Answer call :
room .some
the site for the same four thousand fire hundred dollars. eighteen fifty fonrjtbree .
proper or to ucertain library, !.
more the ; two messengers;\ acting as assistant, For furniture committee in the S thousand three hundred a "sixty dollars. made by either house of Congress.at one session t td .e '
require$; the,Secretary of the public Treasury exigency' 1alltau l doorkeepers, at one .thousand 'five Jmndred south ,wing of the extension of tooms the Capitol.' K- 'or"con tfngent"expenses! : of said building to be? answered.f.t':another' J, and no,1 uch. Of" .... .;.e

Be! .examination li ?doll&eh. ; fifteen messengers,at one thousand -" ten: thousand 'dollars.. v -" S 'viil for fuel;TignVand': repairs,: three:thous.aithMbUk1rid Utra.cl.rk.ball' receive more than .three dol-< $ : 1 :
nec'essarj .aDd.survey: two hundred dollars eaehsuperinten.dent ; : :: doflak lan thirty three and one third at.'Mr' $k Ic kAW
on the aea board to be'made under'the.direction .. ,For entire compensation to the clerks ->
< in charge of Senate fnrnances ,one thou, for the time aeU<yJijd<< j. a
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of,die S of the Coast Sortej at arms, and of the Kansas .
Superintendent ;:. sergeant reporter '
sand and dpIlaraiIstant.iu(charge .for misoeUaocosi i item ., ftTffl .. : ,
eighty I ofthe : ; !then '
and those on the northwestern lakes to ,inrestlgating committed, of three" hundred' of the Secretary 'Trunry.Atsistant; : ; .U/ *LVw :.. {
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TopogTBjfcW Engineers-;'and.. I In ajrta-;' 'private! \pmage,six IiDn ddolsj J two laborers l .5. .. 5 ; I' meMengerfn Ms c ce ndTwVlaborer'employed Ia. :'the'-bfie..._oft. "t.:"' F&4CSwJS; 8 f:.:; .four,qMeads4 S .. :;" .' ;: .

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4'Southern Honor and Northern.AYmrlc LATEST INDIAN{NEWM.S ITone'Fleib. : : Tho atardeU Bolder*- ,1 Z4oeJReeor
ournat.w. thAt Cteedd'd of the 8tattIi'ozMy. Land 8p emUtiti &to ,irlti* *'
gEurian Under the above caption, the Springfield(Mass.) The Tsmrja Petttnm/or of the'9th lust contains S We are Informed byaa 'exchange Hippo- IgG7. Sutea,
is Kt II, We hITIlU a tim Qtcttot'dtnary
horse fleshVitr Psris by no land
feeding on
Amps contains an article whith The 3ich&ac4eree additional Indian intelligence which we subjoin:
._ _-w_ night ,This Bjyrterloioi case wal partly settled yesterday tion; .ffcYW Ufort WM thi..i brow
% aa
atextrdrdinarr: the retooitliat so jut week) .of attack naia9lL was concerned ua of frracn in the Mw.i 4of
TALLA1t4S The jTBTnoT puhiisJied an bj wTthi' "at all*vesta so ffcr n Mrs. Ganaingham the 'Wt, N.T
1 ) theAtI1zmJiasfltt1e Indians/>n fctjartyjof oldiers. *t Palm Grove, is ; '. 4iy. ,4_ '- -.febcor1nd 4 .; S by her kquiuaL'I1iIs; was felt Jo be Ine' befor
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----- : : severest'reprobation of tobe'exp confirmed. The particulars araas follows: eo pmsct.bf aueaa, 1L-owu aee judgin itable after4 the tomentable/flifo) of the piweeution.Ther .ofha d. beverS qusat

;.tTCRX__>A7f_._ 29A1T 23118S7.Hon. fr&n TwoYdetachmenta) (numbering in all about 20 ; ?froniftlat* ,ccdrrence: AxjriwentsI dinner hai teldoftt been so-strange a discrepancy bed : and aerer ere Erice'o(- ua land "elI
: cted sqch Not
re. nIa.
'l_ jquarier. men) from CD'S. B A fcs-Sth; Infantry, under command waa given tile otKe day> t4mU Cievet, the twctnan- opening speech alid tIme sustaining ev14 ;tane& V afl' |k* j
I Q markstmatp&per, are*"the" sentiments* it contains erf *. of-a' non-commissioned .offioer,' were left in.chargoof ot 'Klals number of dence; '- AH the,most suspicion circumstance wertT; reanltwhlei sooner at later tnwt e&toL
who, during the'ab&cncc of Gov. peeially grateful* to&our feelings- ; but the"! temper boats, stores, Ac., at Palm Grove, while great'caterVr -the Royal, to explained away- uoh as the smell of burning woo} .. of the great land bubble. We ** 6 the vwhiclxhas
TJis gentleman the main body of the troops that had been operating savants who took the lead some time ago in recommending en garments, the absence of noise being heard in been created by waking *
reached and of the article remarkable
of the Stale are truly
Brome, lithe acting Governor in that quarter were withdrawn horse flesh as a wholesome nourishment. iMn. Cunningham's room, and the fllckerin&.lighl the frontiers, and wiling new IM ij ttJS"
this city t-n Saturday last, on burincsa connected one,who breathes the pestilential air of New Eng The nearest point from which water could be ol>' The banquet accordingly consisted almofl exclusively n the attio.. The first proceeded from Dr. Smith's cultivated farm*. P"< of

\rith the Florida Railroad. He was accompanied land. It is not written nn apologetic and expos- tamed being about $ of a mile, the men were compelled of that esculent and of the ignama Chinese laboratory, situated No. 35 Bond street, testified to la HIM state things it wUl be Wf}

onfeofthe contractors of Flor tnlatory strain; it does not urge the tyrant's plea to convey it in barrels. It had been cnsto-,. ( by two -witnesses, himself and son ; the second was the tUmtntt on which the of fend srd
by.Au. Cole, Esq., of SUte necessity in our behalf but is a thorough mary for four men to carry the barrel, while six 'YooY,which promise?, from iU nutritive qualities,to tested by actual experiments, as to crying murder, provemcnt of lands depend. me Iu.
ida Railroad. ; others accompanied them as guard.On become'a powerful auxiliary to the potato. Among scuffling, and the milling of heavy bodie-, which 1. In 1830 we had the actual
_-; going con amort vindication of our state of society the 23d ult.while approaching well, they the gacsU were M. de St. llllairc, the originator of were not heard in Mrs. Cunningham s room,although United States, and the actual 'flO'Unt ofI
Indians DUponed to flet and the influence of our domestic institutions. Time were cut off from the camp and fired on, by n considerable experimental noises were heard in the second floor rated, and the actual amount of n
in France several members of the In- pred TV,
The last Wbill Twe* anya there was a: Trportat fact that there arc some righteous men in Sodom," number of IndiaiV Privates Slier, Co. B, hippophagy of the next house, being level with the one in which amount of product, deducting seed

Key WcsHiiat the Indians will come into Fort more than all other'agencies, tends to perpetuate and Springer Co. E, were killed ; privates Ilauer, .etitute, eminent agronomists nnd Dr. Yvan, ft gentleman Burdell was murdered. And this.brings one more for export of only about ten pw cent gave. a surplus

diami. air1 have talk They My that Co. E. severely, and Wolf, Co. B, slightly wounded. whrfhas traveled much, and whose claim to mysterious circumstance in connection with this fairly conclude then, that the amount of
Dali&5/ the existence ofa confederation is laId
which becoming Three of i\i6\ remainder threw their arms time the murder took culture about
/o Gen. but have away be considered a connoiseur in gastronomy rests on great crime, that at the very was equal to what was
they would not Hirrcndcr every day more and more detrimental to the honor while the rent made a good retreat. The camp was place, there was n lady lying awake on a sofa, in what the people, in their
he ha Ute
his account of
the to
Loomis fact that according own eIflj.
Colonels ,
no objections to treating *ith and interests of the South. then fortified by a breast-work constructed of bar the adjoining room of the next house, with her door tion, are about to need, refatirely to the
Dominick. We need hardly advertise our readers that the rels. While tins work was going on, the Indians iu the course of his life, eaten of the dog, cat, monkey open, in order to hear her husband come, and she We may assume, then, that the amou* of
t fm showed themselves and dared the soldiers to a fair rat, lizard, shark, and even leeches! The dinner swears that she lay there from ten f o twelve; that ted land cannot increase much more enki,..

Sttttc Land* restored to Market. Argus is a democratic paper. We quote: fight The soldiers went out, and the Indians retired consisted of a bread soup of horse flesh, broiled she heard no noise that evening of the murder, although the population. In all probability It rapidly can, *hn
and In- One of our xchanges contains the following to a hammock. The were led by a she heard the noises fast for the In.
will be rwncmbercd that the Swamp par savages horse flesh (five hours cooking,) ignamus of China plainly experimental crease so ; tendency of population
It within six miles on agraph, in which we desire to call particular attention negro, who was dressed in the full costume of a made last week to test the question. It seems clear is to towns; so that time proportion of sgrlcnlturj
trrnal Improvement Lands lying : chief he and several others could speak very good stewed in butter, dabs with Dutch sauce and igna- from this, that little noise was made at the time of population in diminishing. So, also, it is 1

either side of the several lines of Railroads, were "The negro man, Jim Breckinridge, who was so English, and were not very choice in the epithets .mus boiled for twelve minutes in water and salt! the dreadful crime. The flickering of the light, ns that the amount of land sold cannot Haft].Vjffi

.owe time ago withdrawn from Bale by the Trustees fortunate as to draw half the capital prize ofSO000 ,-- they applied to the whites. vol au rent damorette made with the spinal marrow as spoken of by Dr. Parmlcy, was proved to be the the same ratio, although it will be absolutely

Internal Improvement Fund. The object of lost week, at Louisville, has purchased himself Sixteen Indians were counted, and, from the of the horse, a chine of horse (filet de cfitval) roasted light in the boys' bed-chamber, next room to the larger. It cannot exceed the same ratio becaiu MB ?
of the and entire family at a reasonable price. Mr. Isaac pigns, it was supposed there were ns ninny more.i .- attic, and was Visible before or about ten, as testified the only real ultimate demand is forfarmID* ?
this was to enable the Companies to locate permanently R. Green, his owner, referred the matter of value j i They whooped around the camp during the entire truffled turkey and a pie of a la mode by Pnrmlcy's nephew. Altogether the case and if that ratio of increase be exceeded nl

their Hue of roads and secure the lands granted to Judge Pirtlctt, by whom the valuation was fUeel. night and ntired in the morning of the 24th, on S horse flesh. The soup was pronounced excellent, was miserably managed, or the evidence was miser round ceases,Mhe price falls sad land the de.

by the Internal Improvement law. Since then, The remaining" money has been placed in the hands 'j discovering the approach of Lt. Hill with a delach- having a flavor which) beef broth docs not arrive at, ably weak. One thing it very clearly proves-that drug. becomes

to the Companies the ofa trustee. '1 nient be from little reliance can be placed upon evidence given in 2. Let deduce S
have assigned the boiled meat was not to distinguished us now these elements
the Trustees law of this The boilie-s of>iler and found and from the
'Isthe Kentucky, 30,000 belongedabsolutely j| Springer were times of great excitement Farrell was not put upon
lands lying in the odd numbered sections, retaining to Jim Breekinridge's master, Mr. bmne | buried by Lt. Hill.[ They were scalped, whipped boiled beef and the roast meat was like venison.In .- the stand, nor Dr. Blaisdell, nor Mad. Alviset known statistics of the country. In 1850 the results
numbered sections, and have R. Green and $3OOflO is bait A North- 1 and indecently mutilated" the horse fit animal for were as follows
the lands in the even ; no iiyan j short, was pronounced a The Litter who swore she sold to Snodgra a dagger :

provided thatif by this allottmcnt a greater portion ern Abolitionist would have quietly pocketed the 'I In accordance with his instructions, Lt IT. rc- human food. The ignama was found to be inferior n day or two before the murder, ought to be Population .. 2.1 IQI e-*

lands assigned to the Companies, they pile, and as a qvid pro-quo i invited 'Jim to take a moved the boats and stores and delivered them to It is surprising that so enterprising prosecuted for perjury, since the lady and gentleman Cultivated Lind, acres... .mowm
are to "
of the from the Companies glass of beer, and perhaps fifty cents for pocket mon- j the QuarterMaster at PavillSon Key. potato. who bought the dagger hove come fum ward Uncultivated land .. .. .. v 130 528i)00
hall be cqualizedVy a transfer cy. The Southern master, on the contrary, a brutal I On the Istinft, Lieut Johnson, with six men, an establishment as Chevet's could not have furnished and explained this otherwise roost significant cir- Whole% amount of land owned by individnals )

to the Trustees, and vice icrta. By a recent action slave holder, holding his honor above the temptn | met and attacked about twency-five Indian After a cut from the tenderloin ofa hippopotamus cnm(tance. It h very remarkable that with .the .. .. .. .. .293 MO
of be Trustees, we arc informed that all the Swamp tion of n bribe, allowed the negro to keep what i EU.'taining the loss of one man, he ithdrcw. by way of variety for the hippophagists. We suspect exception of a few shillings no money was found Ratio decennial Increase of .pcpulaUon >a '814

Irnprovemcnt.Iand within the even was fairly but not legally his own, and only asked j jof It i is rumored that Michael Swieord was the name such is their triumphant success, that it is not on the Doctor's person, while hia watch and dia .. .. . .. .: .3 ee'
and Intcn/tl him his value in the market, or what lie could of the- man killed, and that the Indians secured his mond pin wtre wife. per
numbered sections, arc again placed in market-the | have obtained without refvrcccc to the prize.- I gun and about five hundred rounds of ammunition. the frsl time that horse flesh has been served up at No trace line yet been gained as to where he spent According to this we have the following annual

Swamp lands at two dollars aid fifty cents per acre, Thirty thousand dollars did not tempt c. elavchuldj!j ruvicord's liorce bcin+ the (strongest in the party, that cstjiblishmeet the last evening his life. Is it possible that a increments of populations and cultivated hinds:

and the Internal Improvement lands at the prices or, educated under the 'Iratnliziug influences of he was aigned the duty, carrying the amrnuni- gentleman oo well known ns he was, could be, for Annual increase of population t ... ... 808 000
we think altogether slavery," to do an act which almost any Northern I j tion which was being conveyed to the Companjj -. Philadelphia. S six hours, floating about New York, and meet with Increase cultivated land, acre*. !3,3w'ooo
heretofore fixed. Tins measure the j altolitioniit would liuve done for one liundrcd. j Caj>l'.. E. T. t W. II. Kendrick. nrein pursuit of The following is the aggregate vote polled at the no one he knew-more especially when the next Increase: of uncultivated land, aercs. .*.:. !6)817000)

proper and just, for whilst the lands granted to Such instances"are honorable to human nature, but | the trail ; nlco, Co. L. 4th Art'y, in boats, under election held in Philadelphia on Tuesday last for morning's papers would spread every where, far

roads are reserved to them, those belonging to the especially honorable to the South, because it i* i' command of Maj. Williams. I and near, his mysterious destruction ? The inference Aggregate. .. .. . . .10.272,000
internal Improve2fleUt Fund are open to entry by there only that, we henr of tl/em. Time conduct of Cflpt. A. D. Johnson, who, in consequence of im- city Trca'urer: drawn universally here i is, that his companions Ten million of acres per annum h the total

of the State and others who may desire this Louisville gentleman i is not anexception-nnt palmed health, had obtained a fahort leave, and anticipated Democrat . .. .. . . .28,315 of those unaccounted hours were the authors of the mand for land at the present time. It is an de

the citizens a rarity in the South. On almost every plantation, j vi.-itinp: his family, heard the above report Know Nothing",. .. . .. .18,795 deed. Most certainly Eekcl and the Cunninghams tamed/act It is the precise demand,and no ascer .

to make their settlements at once. some negroes have property, which is'as religiously ; at this place, and! immediately repaired to the scene Black Republican .. .. .. 4,483Democratic have paid a arful price for knowing the deceased. A great deal more may be sold ; but, if so, h more most
held to be their own as if the law gave it to them, action. We have treat hope that the combined The charge of Judge Davies is very much admired, sooner or Liter overstock the market Such

The Main Trunk Railroad. which it does not. Hundreds of slaves buy their efforts to overhaul the savages will be crowned it being fair, complete, and dignified. Mr. Cnsh- hold to be the case now, beyond question. In the v

The stockholders of the Brunswick and Florida freedom with money that is already legally their with success. Total, .. . .. .. .. .51,633 ing's is very much critieieJ. Eckel was released year 1854 the sale of government land amounted to

Ilaiiroad held their annual meeting Brunswick on master', and may be taken by them without grant -. majority over the Black Republicans on his own recognizance, and a nolle proscqvi will, 7,000,000 of acres, and the land warrants to a mil
ing the equivalent of libert-. Fciiflacola. and doubt be entered. lion Since that
Montgomery Ilaiiroad. no more. ,in 1855 and 1856 the
the business before them was 23,862 over the Know Nothings, 9,550 over both, amount
the IStu inst. Among It may be safely said, that seldom in the dollar- The of Pensacola] contain the able ; ; We understand that there was no evidence, not deposed of has amounted to double that To this
the doing something by which the State's million loving ranks abolitionism would a sense of honor papers report 5,057. the shade, to prove a guilty connection between we must add a million or two acres disposed of bv
and the Main Trunk" not coupled with a legal obligation such of Maj. W. II. Chase, President of the Penvicoln _- railroads. Thus
of dollars could be secured produce S Eckel and Mrs. Burdell. There is little doubt that we find that the annual sale of
liuilt. The result of the meeting was the adoption sacrifices of interest as are constantly made, unnoted and Montgomery Railroad, which gives an encouraging SLIGHTLY PERSON\u-The following correspondence the latter will receive her widow's dower as a con lands by the government (including the land wsr-

which regarded as entirely satisfactory t and unremarked upon by Southern slave t.iteineijt of progress and pionpects of the between Gov. Giles of Virginia and Patrick j solation for her sufferings. One thing i is clear, that rants) is from 50 to 100 per cent beyond the actual
of reflations are I holders. Look at the death-like tenacity with Mr. Clinton has himself of the ablest demand.
proved one
follows road. We give a synopsis of the report from the | Henry-a generation ago- reproduced by the
by the Savannah press. They are as which Dr. Chaffee, a Northern Black Republican, Journal criminal lawyers in the country ; if not, indeed, in When we take this fact into,view, in connection
Je Louisville -
: clings to the old bones of Dred Scott, end the eager iQrrat: : the world. !The only fault we can find with his address with the other facts, that population now tends to
that the btockholder; of time Brcn-- ness with which a policeman vas dispatched, immediately "Twenty-four mile?of the road have been graded, "Sin : I understand that you have called me a is the savageness of his attacks upon poor the towns, and that the foreign immigration is now
1st Resolved, 1 on the decision of the Supreme Court, to and the contractors are now finishing that 4 bob-tail' politician. I wish to know if it be true, who has diminished
Railroad now assembled, gratefully uj portion Connery, paid as great a penalty for his we can see at once that there is a
wick 4 Florida the magnanimity and liberality of the hunt down his two daughters. With all the elmm of the line upon which the heaviest work both and if true, jour meaning. WM. B. GILES." complicity in the investigation ns Mrs. Burdell did land speculation on hand. When we corns to great town

Hcknowledge in appropriating one million of abolition philanthropy, Dr. Chaffee cannot screw of masonry and excavation and embankment to "Sin: I do not recollect having called] you a bob- in the murder. lots, the land bubble is utterly undefinable. Towns

State of Georgia aid in the, construction of a Main Trunk himself up to the point parting with the "thirty be found. From the past progress of the work it is tail politician nt any time, but think it probable I are laid out In Kansas and Nebraska at every half
dollars to the Southern portion of the State, pieces of wlvcr." Supposing, then, it had been poor anticipated that the grading* to time Alabama line have. Not recollecting the time or the occasion, I dozen miles, and each one of them is of course des
Railroad across and speedy outlet and $' Dred, instead of lucky "Jim Bivckenridge," who willW completed l lv th 1st of July, 1858, nnd, can't say what I did mean ; but if you will tell me I Army New tined to be the New York of the West!
thereby affording with a cheap the of the Atlantic.2d. had drawn $30,000 in a lottery, and thi Northern say the report, and 'probably will be calculating what you think I meant, I will say whether you Major W. W. Morris 4th Arty, now directing the This land speculation is no new thing nor is its
communication ports view of the great freedom-Elirieker had been the master, instead of that the la-t load of iron rails may be delivered at are correct or not Very respectfully, repair of the causeway, opposite Ft. K5 simmee, mult It has universally resulted in the
Tliut in importance bursting
Resolved the Board this Southern slaveholder, is any one ot a loss to the Company's wharf in the city by the 1ft Sep PATRICK HENRY." has been ordered to take post at Ft Capron,-Co. e>f the bubble, and the prostration of sales and
of the mutter, we hereby request H. 1st Art'y, G, E tD 4th end Durrance'sand a
< Art'y,
of this Company to make a connection divine whose fingers the money would have clang S tember next, the entire track-laying may be completed fit period of dullness for years to come. We do not
of with Directors said Main Trunk road at any poiut, on ormar I to? There is no more question that the freedom- at the "same time the last shovel full of tartliis HEVVY GAMBLING.-Hie New Orleans DClla says stitute McNeil's his command.Companies of mounted Volunteers con certainly know that tfie crisis hat come; but we
and Honda Kail- phrivkcr would have grasped it for himself, than : thrown up. see signs of the coining storm. isncan-eia
the present line of the Brunswick that a young man, aged twenty-three, lost in one Capt Lesly's Co. mounted Volunteers, after n Money
there is that Southern gentleman would have Negotiations are now in for
the State any progress procuring the country towns, where at this time it
road. cast of Big Creek, that will terurc & Gulf I acted as Mr. Isaac R. Green elid, benevolently and the iron, which will be consummated as soon as time night in that city $47,000 at a roulette table. A scout of 20 days in the country bordering the Man be Thepeople who West ought to
.nia under the act incorporating the Albany atees the Gulf coast, &.. Is ordered to in the plenty. go are excited
to knaves legal of the lands S fool and his arc soon parted.
j honorably leaving canting philanthropy Company gets possession public money ana fanciful ; town lots are sold at prices at least
Railroad direction of the west side Lake thoroughly
and donated by Congress. ;
be j hypocrites."The four-fold the value if the
Thai if said cwmection should ail towns were to grow as
3d. Revived, "' to scout its borders and the small lakes
distance from the influences slavery is a topic on which "Time report anticipate, that as Boon as the road MAY 20, 1857. much as it is imagined they will. These
present are signs
made at any point or at any to the t and northwest of the above named
Brunswick & Florida Railroad tacn j more overweening arrogance, ignorance cant pro- is completed to the State line, it will bring down Editor f f> Floridian and Journal: lying we not to be mistaken.
line of the the Brunswick j judice, lying and humbug 5 i' rxpcnded at the N ith lO/HM) bales of cotton, 2.,000f() feet of timber nndarious Lake. It ia thought that the Indians, routed by -
fcliall to DEAR SIR the of Mr. I
Trunk 1-ay : Seeing prophesy Killgorc,
Main Company endeavor into
the to the
Capt Sparkman,
fair than upon any half dozen other?, e>r all others eoinlii \ other article*, passengers tc., besides car may pass
i Florida Railroad Company ITlCIll a lvf. equivalent r ; n eel.The t-xiuth i is maligned as peT.-SMcntly and rying tiji 5t1J'ji2t. have a few questions to ask him pertaining to the country above mentioned.Tamp Faninwlfrr, Distribution In Virginia.In .
for all D.V 1.roI.
from their present line, u i.* to hittertjr oa jf natural enemies resided North and "A very gratifying e.-iiniatc is exhibited, showing past and future. The first is, does he mean to Bay May 9.TOBACCO;. almost every exchange that we receive from

point reach divergence the initial point, that may be selected in the 1' South Dixon'sline. Something may lie linked on that the fiuaiuinl obligations of the Company that all the cotton planted in March will die by a this State the Distribution of the Public lands is
; abuses which belong to every human institution, incurred for the first year's operation of the mad, AND THE Farxca-A Doctor Budgett being discussed. It is a subject which has age and
certain time does he that which
Lest practieab1.way.Resolved Tliat whereas the Brunswick & but the superstructure, where the stones arc of j.rc- however, into Conccuh county, of which we have or mean was has published a pamphlet in England against tobacco neglect to recommend it,and has been laid upon the
4th RAilrond,Company is already committed tovoA.tt'r 1 jndice, are of the baser materials of dcmngoguism natiffjctory assurance, will ad\l greatly to the revenues up in March ? For, he must remember that it took in which he says: The essential principle of table for many years as a measure impolitic unwise,

Florida their line, it i, uud-eii.too.1 that thexr.Si.Tnml and snivelling cant Undi-r eue-li circumstances, iti of the ron or.P TnTxnvvill make f-ir undarrangemcuU e1utubi I i is pleasant fur a patriotic man to extract from the i of the rolling mr.piiirurv. flip i-nnKtriirtuni of the cotton over this way came up in ApriL kill a dog.'" Amongst other pleasant little consequences The opposition, composed of inca of all the colors

; with: iid contraclorfr for a change tf eocii.1 life wf the South beams like those} of sunny depot building and the consolIdation of the road. Time next is how docs he others may be enumerated enervation, hysteric, of the rainbow, have abandoned their contracted notions
Main Trunk Road. beiifTolencc, honor and integrity, which are nowhere We l ecpe k an attentive perusal of this document question expect dwarfish deformity, consumptive suffering and ear about foreigners and Catholics dissolving the
their work Resolved to That we recommend that the to be found rniong the inoc'k philanthropists and we venture to predict that no one will to plant their cotton over, when he has scoured the ly death of the children ot inveterate smokers. All Union by everciang the right of suffrage recognized -
5th.Trunk Road be constructed on the line of the of the day. have read it without feeling a renewed confidence country for seed and got nearly the last one ? such ,however,are not so fortunate nato have any by the Constitution ; and now have changed

Main Brunswick & Florida Railroad to the town of Thoroouvillc Shall "are award any exclusive prai-c to Mr. in the advancement of the work. The right hands The next question is, has he made calculation children to lose ; for Mr. Tyrell isjqnoted to show their tactics, and like hungry wolves, are howling

from said line exceeding sev- I Green for acting as a man of honor? It is n question have our interests in charge-that. is certain. The when and where the comet will strike? that it destroys the very principle of manhood,' after prey and plunder I Distribution of the public
not departing
hi, and that the contracts on the line to with casuists whether n man is entitled to figures exhibit nn economical nnd,at the same time, and statistics prove the fact with most fearful cor- land, say they, is the only means by which the Union -
.ThomaEville*a miles,be let at the.ear1iest day possible, con- praise for merely doing his duty; 1-ut until iti-> an eiH-rgctie administration, and leaves no mi giving Now, sir.'these are questions for the new prophet rectness. In Paris the consumption of tobacco is can be saved!

with the means o? said Main Trunk Com settled, we prefer to award the meed. Mr. (Ireen in the mind of tie stockholders in regard to the to answer. It seems as if be must be a Universalist four pounds per head per annum, whilst the falling The advocates of this meesnre certainly have but
nstent did nobly, bUt he did no more than mnctv-matne proper di'-jxnition of their fund." all over; iw he believes in a universal salvation of off the population in that city during the last five little regard for the Constitution of our country,the
puny ) out of every hundred Southern gHitlet.iei V.-ouM -- years is something appalling-France is, in short, rock upon Tiiich our free institutions are founded;
soul he thinks there must be universal death
Dr. Scrcvcn, in behalf of the Main Trunk organi- have done in n. like case. As this is one of the Leaving tiLe "Wreck. a o/ smoking itself out I A Frenchman will shortly,like and they bare indeed still less regard for the words

ZAlion, has actepted the conditions here tendered. | brutalizing effects of slavery," let our renders ]pin cotton by a certain time; but, as all may not agree the Dodo, belong to the extinct tribes; should you and precepts of one of the illustrious dead of the
Time X. -V. Journal ot the loth baa the fol-
Time Morning .Xerz Savannah, remarking upon together the names of Dred Scott, JhaBreekiurMge] inst., with him about the first, it would be pleasant to want a specimen, it must be like the megatherium, oU Whig party, Daniel Webster. ..
Brunswick Stockholders, Isaac li. Green and C. C. C'haffce, and point .t it i.wimig-llme New York Daily Tunes, which for n know all about the comet-when and where it will a fossilized one; and in the next generation he ma*- We do not propose to act the part of resumetionist -

the action of the says j and ask the meaning out when next they hear the number of weeks pa=t has appeared to be in a transition strike and to what extent of damage it will be be looked for, along with restored anir tlg,' \;t th"e for every obsolete party thattas lived, died,
ve congratulate the people of our entire section !! phrase. state, has at length cut itself clear of the Republican likely gardens of the Crystal Palace, a r.onume.jit to the and been decently bqried by the great giant of free
on the consummation an arrangement which se- j I to do when it makes its Fplaterfication. skill of some future Professor Cwen," dom and advocate of the people, the Democracy;

the construction of a Main Trunk Railroad Illness of Senator Iluller.j party, and declared its political independence. Yours truly, but, at this time, we will reprint a few remarks,
cures The next stop will probably be to go over made in the 1837 ilr. Webster directly
the Southwestern section of the State, afi i j The painful intelligence comraunicate-d in the fol O.NE SKEKI.VO ron INFORMATION. BEwARE year by ,
through to the Democrat., there being fine opening for a or BiixD;. Wc warn the good people of upon this sub eet:
lowing from the South Carolinian of tin ISth inst.
i fording to that long neglected and fertile region an : two-penny of that claps in this city. But it From the Jfeitburtfport Herald. this city, -Khej occasionally take a little "for the "Now I ask, where is the power to make this
outlet to our Atlantic ports,and opening a highway will cause deep regret throughout the entire South: i paper to.maCG'ske"tobeware how they drink brandy grant? If we look upon it as a cession for the b n-
will take some time for the little v-v" to gain THE NEW PERIODICAL COMET.-By the assistane ,.,. .. .
; "By a private letter from Kdgefkld learn t -C* *Al. C... K t tti K 4V.m. -1..1. It..m.. It.. t.. tr_ fl ftyraluitiotu
them and the principal ports of the Gulf we *r c PJlVUiU JHV4 CSfc v f but a taiuuavt n*4IA& Ia Vflb UI LSJC 'LaUa LU fl flS.6 fl .aan.j.I -
-.between with the the the confidence of the Democratic party. Time wisdom 01 U. >>. luuio, J.& ., ioie assistant ai me Astr whence lathe
j dee-pest regret serious illness of our handed out to them at tavern counters, under that grant in any degree, power
As will be seen l>y the proceedings published above, i hi/lily respected and esteemed Senator, Judge But- |j of quitting the Republicans before they arc ical Observatory of Harvard Univcrsitv, now re-i- name. It is a well-known fact that there is scarce obtained to authorize Congress to give away the

All that now remains to be done to render valid tie 4! itr. since his return from Washington, he hni he-en entirely down, is too obvious to require remark. dent in last this wiAMr.city, we were Grceno able' to. 'see tSja comet OQrnday ly a bar-room in the city, however extensive, elegant public lands? Well, the answer to this question

subscription cf the State iu aid of this great work.is i an invalid, exhausted, constantly sick and daily : ,, kchpomatic teles.cope. or pretentious, that contains a drop of the might be, that the proposition is not to make a gift
the official ratificationrof the arrangement agreed 1 growing worse, and, from our present accounts, w'u Froni JV": 1": Times, May Uth. At that time itrfas On the confines of the genuine article. Indeed, very little of it comes into of it, as certain returns were to be made to Congress

Boards of Directors of the Brunswick much fi-nr that his ustful )lf j i is drawing to n close i iI Time Times will l be hereafter in its political con circumpolar 0Uel1ao1i Cameleopard near U o. the country from France, and what does come, by the new States. Vow, by the Constitution of
upon by the I An he is one of our most chcrMu-d public men, his duct, entirely Independent of all political parties Major. It e aibljU, a round nebulous mass of light, commands an almost fabulous price-a price so great the country, the trust, the disposition of the public
& Florida, and the Atlantic & Gulf Companies, and j sickn f B must be regarded r.s n public tal.im'ity, and judging all events and all men vjton their merits, slighUvr con-ujntrated, t>f about two minutes of at any rate, as to exclude it, almost entirely, from lands was conferred on Congress; and I ask, is it

the execution by the firt named Company, and the ( as such we may be allowed the privilege of cxte-nd- and giving praise and censure, support and opposi- arc m diameter. The elements of this comet rcsemlle the retail trade. Indeed, even with the best will possible that any man can maintain the proposition

8. A. the Main Trunk 1 'severe affliction. impartial regard to tfe public welfare. It will not ii they are identical, then this comet has continued get it The article which he buys under customhouse to the whole people of the United Ssntcs, dieT'
the act of the legislature j The cxcesrivc duties of te! part eeaaiun, which he ; lie reckless or independent of principle in its ],olili- to revolve around the sun once in every ten years lock,and which unquestionably has come from could transfer the general disposition of then It
Co. It is to be presumed that no time will be lo-t foil most oppressively, induced him to ack relief | enl discussions,-but will aim to conduct them alI SinCe, nnseenby human eye till the 25th of February France, is nothing more nor less than a portion of appears to me tin t they might just aa well entertain

in the-perfection of this action, and that, in accordance j from those of Clmirni'aii of the Judiciary Commit I ways with dignity, discretion, and a due sense of 1846, when it was discovered by Brosen. The the millions of gallons of"pure spirit," L e. alcohol, this proposition as to farm out the custom boose-

with the resolutions the Brunswick t Florida tee; but his request was not acceded to, in view of responsibility. But it will not receive its guidance dimensions of its orbit are now well ascertained.Its .- which has been exported from this country, to receive in New York on certain terms.

'. the work the Main Trunk will the great value of his personal service- Since the or inspiration from the dictates of any political par- I aphelion is beyond the orbit Jupiter by more in France, its coloring and its flaver from the Nor do I know that Congress has any more authority
stockholders on
death the'gallant Brook, our friend, the Judge, i I ty, nor consult the fortunes of any political aspi- than than thirty-six millions miles. It was nearest essential oil Cogniac," and then to be imported to give ateay the public lands, than ,th* pro
i l>e speedily commenced and prosecuted with vigor has never rallied, and the shaft which laid low that rants in preference to the requirements of the lv4. the earth on the 8th mat, being then about twenty back. This is no illusion, but a fact of daily practice ceeds ofa custom house on particular stipulations;

to its completion. The work on Brunswick and noble spirit.has ncrdonbt grievously wounded-we lic ?od. It will appeal always to the great \ody millions of miles distant It is now receding from and would be safe to conclude, that any glass nor can they surrender the control of it any more

ibe Savannah connections being far advanced, all fear fatally-our valued Bc uator. While we hope of the people> against mere.parity projects and factious ua, and will not be visible to the naked eye during which you may take up, at any bar in town,is nothing than they can assign to others the power of collecting
that he may yet be spared to continue his usefulness schemes, and will seek constantly to represent the present apparition. This is the comet which but colored"pure spirit, flavored with a few the revenue of the custom house in Boston or
jjiartjea i is interest may expect in a short time to rcalize'thc to South Carolina, the South and the Union, and to advocate the welfare of the masses rather the Europeans announced would strike the earth iu drops of the poisonous oil alluded to. The same elsewhere. I see, therefore, objections insurmountable

benefits which are sure to result from cue we have the most minful apprehensions in relation than promote the designs of those who seek to use June. But in America it has been confounded with may be said of the stuff that is furnished yon in whether they assume the shape ofa gratitio

of the most important works of internal improve- to him. them for their own aggnvpdizement. While, we the great comet of 1566,which has not yet appeared.The demijohns from the wholesale grocers and liquor cession of a trust In cither case it traicends the

jncnt in which our people have ever embarked." know that it is by this course alone that success: is return of this comet, according to prediction, dealers, for family use, at the rate of five, six, and power Congress. It it to matt the public l nd*
The Hurdell Case. to be deserved, we believe that it is only thus also may be regarded as another of a brilliant series of seven dollars a gallon. Through time failure of the a common fund for the benefit of the whole people
The Brunswick road i is to the
nearly completed There is too much truth in the following from that it can be attained." astronomical triumphs. grape in France, and the immense consumption of of the Union. The great ob.iectlz tosell it,tbe public

point proposed as the commencement of thfc 'Main the Albany Evening Journal. Is no reward to be --_- = the article of brandy in this country, not one twentieth lands, gradually; and white it lain a state of
%rnnlfl Big Creek. The Rtpublican Bays the cars A Reactlon.We W.ismxorox, May 6. part of the demand made upon Franco can be ownership, I have always held that Congress might

ure now runrinj daily to the ncw| village of offered for the discovery of the murderer? learn from a Western paper, says the Portland FROM WASHINGTON. difficulty took place today supplied ; and as the major part of this demand is make it snore valuable oy the creation of railroad,

'! _tl_._ t..... 8.. .... Tnz Bunnrz.L CASE. The Burdell murder ca chas Me. that at Willard's Hotel, between J. McLeod Murphy for high-priced brandy, it will at once be seen,what canals and other improvements of this sort I have
autu u; rnuc i&-uui ii one remarkable peculiarity. It convicts every ( ) Argus, Timothy 0. Howe, one of the and Daniel E. Sickles. Mr. Murphy on Sunday addressed perilous stuff, even themost fastidious and careful felt no efifficulty therefore, supporting grants to

miles beyond the river of that name. body but the criminals, and of everything but the Judges of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, and a note to Mr. Sickles, accusing him of assail drinkers arc obliged to swallow. The only safe accomplish these objects; because it was a tery If

Tlie" grading i is finished to a point five miles crime in question. Farrell, n witness, is convicted lately a strong Republican, has conic out with a ing his private character by unjust imputations, in course is, therefore, }o abstain from calling for brandy Ilcient mode increasing the value otthe public

V further on, being a distance of about six miles from of illegal voting. The Rev., Mr. Marvine is convicted letter indicating his determination to cut his political his (Sickle's) efforts to effect his removal as Civil altogether. There -butjflittle good in it, even domain.** S ,
of careless 'marrying. Cannery, the Coroner Engineer of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. when itjs best; and it has been saddled upon us. What will old line Whigs say after[they hi"
Big Creek. Dr. Collins is now engaged on that section is convicted of indecency and incompetency; associations on the ground that he cannot sanction Mr. Sickles replied that the note was only a vague as a national drink, in place of the comparatively read the above,'front one of their great apostles!

with a force of one hundred and fifty hands, Ecklc of libertintism, Mrs. Cunningham of secreting a var upon the Union and the Constitution. and unmeaning menace, and us such fie had already harmless beverages chosen by other nations, by a i Parties generally delight to refer to times past, snd

and it will be but a short time before the grading is papers that did not belong to her. and Snodgrass The following is the closing paragraph of his letter taken too much notice of it, Mr. Murphy, not giving school of red-faced old cocks, whovIth the profundity the great men who were most distinguished ia the

finished to the Creek. Some four or fire companies, of reckk&sncca and bad habits. Even the murdered "My p-irty attachments are strong; but the immortal his author and the particulars of the allegation. if not the sobriety of oraelesNoked our necks advocacy of those particular principles, to srffo
man himself is proved guilty of past frauds and dishonesties. Mr. Murphy yesterday sent Major Watkins to see years ago, with the notion that.a little brandy was and prove conclusively th .eonststeneyofthe "n'll
of from forty to fifty Lands each, are engaged on But while; all theao minor sins, with sentiment, of WebsterLiberty and Union, Mr. Sickles, when the latter demanded thejiame of the beat thing in the world for the stomach," especially nre offered for public favor. We Imagine """**":

.. line beyond Big Creek. The President speaks in 'which the public has no immediate concern, are now amid forever, one and inseparable a* dear to the informant on whoso statement Mr. Murphy after eating oysters-a double fallacy, as be the word in this instance.--(Vrw JfarWr( *>

'"jilgn/tenn of the energy and fidelity cf these con- brought to.tight, the "great villainy which all are me now as it ever was. And when the Whig party based his charge, and deniejd-the right to be inter has long ago been proved. We, therefore,, aavi&ar Spirit of Democracy.

: ir&ciors. The receipts of road from freights and laboring to. detect chrooded in as impenetrable S waa no. longer true to Hh rtv. Ardentltr AC T Imd rogated on rumor. that brandy be permitted to go out of fashion-,-at
A\.B&***t.+*V .. AWAV1 least while is of the -
uuqt.& V" Mr. Murphy considering Mr. Sickles note insult out country.-Portcr'a Spirit
.J :
"passengers are not 'so Urge as:was anticipated bat -_ .4 _, been, attached to it, I promptly, abandoned it I ing sent a challenge through Mr. Watkins. In his [ of the Times, ., !Iarrying- Fun.

they are sufficient to defray all the expense of run- Failure; shall as promptly abandon the Republican .party 'reply, Mr, Sickles said he had cot used language Another instance of 'the folly 'of"marrying

vping. Scone goods hare been sent ove'r ihe line, the The Enow Nothing .Convention to nominate a. when it proves false to the Union." which cast anylmputation on Mr. Murphy's honor, MUST w* toss me Drsspi.noar.-We regret to funu isjua now exciting the-good people ofToso.

'fast season dcstinedjto"point'as far distant from candidate 'Congma from the!'first 'district in S ; .- S 'and that there was therefore no ground on which learn that.Mr. Boker, through whose public spirit It seems that a banking officer of that town mat at

'its terminus Thomaiville ,eorgia, which-was lo hare met at Brunswick a few ?Cotton {irop 'he could demand an explanation ,or a hostile mectIngJ -- and love of art we have, for many yean, enjoyed a ball a youngJlaeiy from this neighborhood,f"0

present proveda'failnre The number of counties The Columbns Sun : Here the correspondence rests. the pleasure of studying the Duseldorf pictures, in was very good looking, uprightly and attractive.
day ago, Bays This mooing ?,&. Murphy obtained admission to consequence of his recent domestic infelicities purposes While waltzing vith'her.he proposed InJt] "**
Alfi******* and'.Flotldsi Bmilroad; 'represented ao few, that the delegates present V A crop came under oar observation on the lit"), the S chamber where Mr. Sickles was in bed, and at-' t-ocloso the Dusseldorf Gallery, and will .pro they should be married Th lady aeeepUd nisproposition.and

'::. Tie first locomotire for-Jthis roid, and a superb concluded to adjourn vi'Uuwft making a nomination., while making an excursion HZ* twelve, miles into tempted to cowhide him, when a struggle ensued bably, send tho pictures back to Europe. Tins, coUleetlon they-.adjourned to a w*'** *

"' machine too'is netriog the terminus in.this city io The real' raaou of lh failure is to b found 'In a the country/ It was the ,only"erop wesa'wcn the and Mr. Sickles obtained possession of the weapon.. ,- the finest in America, has cost Mr. Boker whcro a person present was called upon to perform
.. route. It was just coming up,'and 'more than half' He bears the mark af a blow with the hand on his over two hundred thousand dollars. Jftw YorK the ceremony, which lie did to the'Infinite aaiuicmentof --
of the of the "with
1&put npon thi track. It has proved.Vtedlous want sympathy on part people that-waa op had died; the balance gave evidence Mirror all concerned. _

f'. Vnalwwnifrr a 4>''WesfTolnt* -T *-* '"T Eoid.* In a 'day orA adminii fttton, ocmpled-with?A general>distrust a ''jdapted over.We Acme from: met each that-day beat in the a large number ofp1ters1 : c.owhided by Mr. &,b for;:he, escaped from,the ,countrymany years, and .has realized large for' the breaking >;; cf:the ball./when bis bis resi-wit

J I tVo estwUTbe occomplisKedi anct then for* to the matIves_ t tboee, who control the destinies off ,* county,aesembe rpom. tone by mercantile pursuit*.- -Being "a man of taste partner called upon htn to eondnet.asiF to, wssh
fferpolitical purposeiand related t husbaad
.. t&e.potadif said that the home of her
dene She
: *
,!14le ; M a, h rdto Tensaoolc. noeroVtftMijfor Sa.. > t&f rop referred to."a They informed ns itk S, ,. -S -. -S% and InUllsctaal cultivation, 'his children"werewell'. wnidjo-thoii' wDl fcHo th
$ VromintsaiiSr her home:; goestj
: educated andlrcsred in all
social 'and ctomcstie re
ti' Xt3anU and I*Orange .wu faLdex: of the ,crops ofitfc pnty; tbist.than Loco.. .Thes' ; *,: He didnthwdly understand thai she wss 1 his 'wIf&si.aajt&upoi&h.r
iL 'Ifrozfl of the fiaenwnt bu
eorrespondent Rtpvb.liean a'daaghtcr/oci'nceiTed
t'- wayward
*nm--'if'.r 'i. s.f ; : ; 1qre. half' the crops,of the c< Htof rere tna marital rIgta sad
aim1Ir rn wa* generany>bou yerhlgU. ; tka bu, ,.
S. thai a repjoayhad --
: j Pb --_ court opened'on:! 5th Insti 8.eraget4e.t secretly married'to.binx The ,jnatoraDydlr. rr.r.jfuWoOhe
'T S **
: <
1 ; bi & men,.among them'promlnejit .free lUtBWn.w pre 'rested'the'parent ;deepry, -and hls7srl 1ffmnjnaan Peace, ft WMAP"
tug go -- $
.z' 5 : Ccpu.rJWi&1uttfme : ''admitted to the bar.'firtt taking an loath to support' :tain,effort*to TOOTehfcehUd from her uniowarefveonnexion irtraasacGoa. Ue 'uQfl4 $u'.

,daiteIcgrs At the,solldULJon( ofr ;irerVti&febje l of:great,fun fotth*, trtL-ond
; .. 2- .*: S :- -i.p636' t1rdrRouiou!; ; ; roy tereey.arprts>e, 'and ,tIj leers-*nd dJqb'of; itht h wLfllt a bd bOLII Is' ':

:.k- -.2 / _,a- .. __ todrconjenGa readers ThosffW-fajfel tleir tyWii; Q$

,, .- .- ;'- -- oft' ,.,wwt fi dsW'UJnelgbb puuva1J&a it Kbemt,so preyed'on' the hard-iMr' 'r" 'flrtJwr u
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tnbeHao I ci'-wWoli wratf-Vfeiii o 4te4r"prolnlsW ? ttf tblw pVTiiftdlv *
for taI 'no
liort-e4dy *tL4'CI.3&Wflt ( bs
district-a *cte7-4a. a ,**o(1&tEADdreW' '' 8tetwrZrvff iT4bited 4jorn4Miie'stat. r'nk< fcd ag'tfcWr icr' :1 ''Uliflflrtoy'worm. : C reached]br f eonetime> "VT',*"ThVrcThnlMldocketTcoa[ coarse:1 unfcelfng--mockcryi 1-YaJtai, nctezs., -rThDtkrsI.

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An'old man dttfcn h1ghucl.-td 15 BBLS.:MULLET,J rbal, ";at reduced price : 9TAX omuD:4J'c:. I -'- '
Before n open door ::. bj ** 'l_).c.WILSON: AgsOw s "'b7'nrdt 8eSWTO .' _
While the BUD of a sWIlurr afternoon go. 'tJ"1' *.K1\'Rt1J" ,
Falls Lot scroBiwlhe floor, May !a, : t thfrRSWNED i.bow Jri)hti 1mw "n. ..-.L.i _

And thi drove clickof an aricienl clock : 67.itiili' '- Ladib'Notice.,..* a:4ft Spring Good, which wm be latp and -.S wlti. cKfSTi.it rnpl' .rJJIfiflCI _
hour of four. eoMplete,"Trl cl!Li vfkn bu usual term to bU : ;
Has notched the .: For the County of Leo. upon ITRU6 ; IHf BU.3INESd
1 ( ( 'KEGS ofa.s rt1 NAnrksMeJuJt., punctual etatbifier and in all instance liberal d. &
A breeze blows ra and a, Ifreeze bl<5ws out, I U V to CASH purtbastr at reduced priceo,by Milton and Chattahecfc&e, PEt1.TAX .SSS8O113OORS count.mak r for CASH. D. C. WILSON.. tf'kf wToift 'tttiv''.' i..ID 11 S "9

And From it flutters the scented'now on summer bis wrinkled air. brow May 23, '57.- *fcl D.O. WILSON.' U. S. Mail i i Line f .willbe'1osedonthe, ; 1W.14" ?. 11 S -' P. 5

And now it lifts his hair, First Day of Jane, 1 1831. THE LATEST SPRING AND, SI1MMER81YI.8' OF THE .' 1bAfl'" --Corner _
And the leaden lid of his(-V droops down, omi.-oc1.: '
Aiid he .deep in hi*high.backed chair.Th I Edward M. West, Loorc* MUioti Tuesd y'. and Friday's, at 10 All(persons who do 'not render in

o Td man .fcleep, and' the old man dream?, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. dock; a., mi their Taxable property by that time, of Clinton tad JiG roe ati...' *.'>e;"
his breitrt will be double Taxed. January 19, 1S56. S /
l&td ou
His drop. .Leaves ChaltohoocJite Tuesday arid Stitur.datfs To be had at .
His bands reJax Ihcir feeble hold Office over the Shoe Shop of M. Rupp. L. C. DEMILLY .
And foil} to.hU lap in icsL after the arrival of Stcamefrom D. C.WILSON'S.rT'aE Oo-Partnexship Notloe."e ili _

The old msn sleeps l Mid deep he dreAm, OFFICE H6URS 8 clock/to 12 a. in, 2 to 5 Apalathicola and th. Stagf from falldhas- Tax Assessor and Collector, -*. nndtrtJjMd BT tii d y.to' .eff-* t _

And in dreams ugain is bl *t. see, Fla., and Bainbridge, GaIN .. for Leon. County. UNDERSIGNED i* now eiTbc .1 THE: Mpi.tbq Ktmder

The years unroll their ft'arfulecroll; Tallahassee; May 2S, 57. 21 GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK I N. B.-I can be found at the Drug J- andrariedatock of SPRING and Suwtn. WHOLESAL&1A1Z'!

He is a child again", RICHARD rTEIIS Line i is now in first rate ordeh The whole Store of E. Barnard, Jr. GOODS, to the inspection of which h. inrifi lift DaD"a 'D'.x "_.,.

:\niotB'cr's tones ar in his ear, BRADFORD, X Stock has been renewed, with new add comfortable April 25. '57. 17 [S.Vt.Copy. Public generally: the. uaadity1of ,
And drift across his brain; Hacks. The Drivers ore careful, sober and ac.commodatirig. COK8I8TIKO IN PART Of:
He chases gaudy butterflies ATTORNEY AT LAW, A liberal allowance of baggage allowed NOTICE. I Chintz Barege Grenadine, AMES & LIV ( :.

Far down in the rolling plain.J JIlc TALLAHASSEE, FLA. to each pa sehget'. \TE invite oar friends Rod the public to call and and Organdie Flounced Robe. 4.S_

plucks the wild rows in the woods, (Office in tbe Post Office Building.) ,I T examine oungeneral and well sellected Solid Colored and Figured Bmregea THtiY'will UpUawd to... Uwir TrltmJTandpatfbfislftieoldiUodof
And gathers eglantine, AGENTS: Silk Tuples and Crepe de Paris IXH Ai..
Assortment of Merchandize :
And holds the golden butter May 23, '57. 21 JAB. A. Ciums Chintz BrilliAnt. where they Viif k tp ktift1 tad..( *
cups At Milton which baa been completed by lie late arrival of the Printed from 10 to 75 eta. *_% *-iff* *t*.. .t..,
Lawns .
Beneath his sister's chin auortmento I A.I eelp 0.n'. ;
; Geneva Ala. W. D. MONROK, 44 flampion We particularly solicit punctual customers _
the meadow Lost Miscarried French,Scotch, and Amer'n. Ginghams
And angles brook or J. W. SMITH, .
dampbeltooj as it is only to such we desire to SELL; to.those and Amar'a. Print :' .
French ,
With bent and naked 1l VEt. !
a pin. is hereby given of the loss of a certain Mariannaj W. NICHOLS who suffer their accounts to run f.r yean we decline Black PonD de Loire _
He Imters down the grassy lane Note, and all pertons are forewarned Chattahoochee D. COL OY. most postively to PELL on a credit. We also call attention < Black Gro de rhine _January, 1, 18U.
And by the brimming pool against trading for the same, as it will not be paid Passengers can be taken through with certainty, to a change which we find it necessary to Black Challiea

And a high escapes his parted lips, without my endorsement Said Note was made by security, and with comfort.GEO. make. We buy our Groceries for cash and 4 and 6 Alpaca's and Bombacmea. MILES NASH & CO.
As he hears the bell for school; Stephen Hall.on the 17th day January, 1856 due D. FISHER, months, and cannot sell them on a years credit.- ,
And he wishes it were not nin j'clock and payable to Susan W. Adams or order in the sum Proprietor and Contractor. Payments for such articles will be required Linens. PSALKXl II- __ _
And the mornings never were' fullA of twelve hundred and fifty-eight 89.100 dollars, on May 9, 51. 19-tf. Every three Months or Oath ou
the first day of March, 1857. Said note was mailed Delivery Fronting and Shirting Linens DJlIJGSt -S. .ftT1-
mother's hand is pressed on his head DENTISTRY.DR. Pillow Calf and Sheeting Linen,
Tallahassee .
at and directed to.Mr.Presby N. .
Her kiss i i. his 1.row- Olin STOCK CONSISTS ofr
on Linens
Fancy Shirting
A summer breeze blows at the door its Pleasantville destination., Henry The finder county of Ky.said but note never will reached enclose T. J. CUR LEE, DRY QOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION: Fancy,Linen.,for GenU and Youths wear. MEDICINES; U OIjiB-

.. With the toss of a leafy bough, the same to Susan W. Adams, Tallahassee Fla, as WILL continue, in future the practice of DEN Hardware Furniture, Spring and Summer urfbrta their frI n&izid thi-potCfciib.
And the boy is white haired man again it will not be paid without my order. in South Georgia nnd Middle and Crockery Saddlery, WOULD on LDd&gUQd s.sortmentthuc _
And his eyes are tear filled now. EastFlorida. He has had several Clothing, ITotioni,
SUSAN W ADAM-- years practical experience aIAMTLLAop article a* are gepz'ailjimept in their lib of bosi&u
in the the last three of which has Groceries &' to, &0- *'
May 23, 57. 21-4t profession n and will be receiving retfulafly fr<*h *tipj tles. Their
Locomotive Experience. been in those sections of country. His work is of the Call and look for yoursel tea safe and punctual pay tetma shall bereaaonable.Tallahassee:; .

Riding on the engine of an express train is exciting Mary J.Hume, CompTL, 1 In Chancery. most beautiful and durable character and satisfactionis ers will be accommodated on pleasing terms, and to KVERT DE8CB.JI'TItr.\. April 9th 1853 14. _
bus1n'ilVie made intercession with the pow "II. I guaranteed in every instance. those who buy for CASH .1 liberal discount will be .

er\that be, the other day, and necnred a passage Jfoseph N. Whither and J In Leon county AU communications sent to Monticello Fla. will made. T.HAYWARD & SON. Bonnets, MEDICAL NOTICE.-

for a dit-tance often miles on the machine.. It is Eveline Hume William Hume ( receive attention as soon as previous engagements April 18,'57. 16-6t A LA&GX ASSOaTMXXT Of Gt\ _
interesting; to watch the track ahead and imagine and Jessie Hume infant heirs Middle Circuit.of will permit. [ENGLISH FRENCH, AND AMERICAN -' I DR. BURRi1fGHS .
YOW self going down the banks from some obat rue- Jesse Hume, deceased. J "-- For Sale. ,

tion. You look at the steam, gauge and wonder if appearing t. the Court by affidavit of B. F. REFERENCES ; STRAW BOJriters, I located in' Uah) offers Li* pro--
IT I subscriber offers for sale his resl-)
i a hundred and ten pounds of steam Is a safe quan- Whitner :Esq. that the said infant defendants, % ,. rrHE TRIMMED LACE AND STRAW BONNETSALSO HAVING service*-(o the ptrbHr. OSSce opposite
l ON.J.L SEW Ana, ) S. situated on Monroe Street,
i tity. A* the speed!.increases the sway of the en- Eveline Hume William Hume and Jessie Hume reside HON. P.E. LOVE }fThom.sville.Ga.HON. I U I: and one of the most desirable locations A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Dr.Barnard' Drug Store. '

iI gine attracts *pecial notice. Every little roughne beyond the jurisdiction of this Court and beyondthe W. S. DILWOETH, ? >ia the City of Tallahassee. French Flowers Artificials, Ac, ic, &- Dec 20,1858. Si-Cm
of the track is fdt and the machine goes knocking limits of this State but within the United States : J MontlceI1. nHON. -
I about from side to tide j with force enough tote It is ordered that said defendants appear and answer RKV..W.J.C.E.MoGnEE HAMILTON) f -ALSOI Embroideries.Rich MEDICAL NOTICE.
." r the rails from the ties. The flat ribbon of rail the bill on or before the first Monday in October next Madison, Fin will sell large and well known brick .
COL.B.C. my -0-
extending so far h"flr'IU.. seems utterly insufficient otherwise the Complainant' Bill shall be taken as Yalencine. Maltese and Ilonathon setU of
GEN.M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator,Fla. Livery Stable, Carriage Souse, &c. Collars and under Sleeves, :
to hold the vast ponderous weight ofiron upon confessed : Provided That this order be publishedonce Drs. Robertson & Bond
the N. B.-DR. Cc* LEE will be in Quincy during the tf will be liberal to Emb'd.mouslia Collars from 121 J eta.to i8OO.
it. For relief from terrors you have conjured a week for four months immediately precedingthe My rms a good purchaser. "
the latter part of the present week. P. B. BROKAW Emb'd. moushn Sleeves. formed a eo-pntoenhip: in Uw practi __
up you turn to engineer venture a said rule day in October, in some newspaper pub- HAVING
April 25, 57. 17 _ _ '57. : profession,offer their services to 'h. lt- _
remark He does n(t look around, his hand is on lished. in the City of Tallahassee. .o\priI18. 16-3m, __ _ ,
the lever, his eye steadily fixed on the track. Just Ordered at Chambers, this the twenty first day Bacon and Flour. Hats, inns of .hlLJl ce and turrocnding country.C3T _
then the fireman ring the bell for crossing. You ofMav. A. D. 1857. I Salt, Salt. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Office over tho Store lately occupied bj Bet-
can bee a swing, but in the crash and thunder of J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge 1 /> BBLS. Flour 10 half do. -- ton t Higg*. _
0 Gents And Youths and .
U 1 SACKS LIVERPOOL in fine order Spring SummerS ? 9-tf
your progress you hear no sound. and then :you May 23, '57. 21-4m 4 Hhds. Bacon Sides J-,000 landing per Times and for sale by HATS. Feb. 28, 87 ____ _
think that the engineer, perhaps, did not hear your And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. -
voice. Pen. and Geo. Rail Road. Lauding from the Pettis, and for sale by April 4, 857.McNAUGHT 14 Clothing Dr. Miles E.. Nash,
The fireman is constantly busy. He piles the S
up \ SPECIAL Meeting of the Stockholders of this McNAUGUT ORMOND A CO. OFFERS HIS FaonssioNALsravicT*TO rax cmxxxs or
wood in distance, and then 'stokes. As the A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF I
easy JTA- is called holders ofa of April 1857. 16 .fD.It1..0InlDIJCCCOcrr..T. _
by majority TALLAB.UlSU
Company Sea Island Seed.
dry sticks are cast in the furnace the devouring --, <3ent fashionable CLOTHING.
: flume seizes them 'with a fierce avidity, eats into Stock to be held at the Office of the Company in I with Dr.M.himmedJaUly eaitof ,
11th of June 1857 Just Received r BUSHELS choice Cotton Seed, direct from OFFICE
Tallahassee on the day at 11 .
:: their substance penetrates their and tears o Boots and Shoes
f} them to pieces almost in a moment pores It is an awful o'clock. A. M. A general attendance is requested, in A D the Island, landing per Times and for sale by I i I May 19 1855. 20
fire unlike any you ever-witnessed. person or by proxy. Per.. WILD PIGEON: McNAUGHT, ORMOND it CO. A LAngE ASSORTMENT OF I F

You take another look at the track and gain a May 16, '57. 20GROCERIES -t Gf? BBLS.Superfine and extra Family/* =% :April 4, 1837. 14 I.Ladies, Gents Youths and Child SHOES' R. H. BERRY "

new *en ation-for wherever the rail is a little settled JL O Flour, ICE.-2 tierces and 6 half tierces, landing per -ALSO- ,
,. the engine sinks down upon', and it seems as 25 Bbla. Rectified Whiskey, R Times, and for sale by Servant SHOES of every quality. Auctioneer and Commlssioxf
if the wheels and tracks were giving way and the the WM. R.PZTTIS We have received a con 10" Mess Pork, McNAUGHT ORMOND whole machine about to crush down in one fatal BY signment of 2 Beef, April 4, 1857. 14 MERCHANT. :; _

smash up.These GROCERIES 10 Hhds.Sides and Shoulders Cotton and Linen Odnaburgs, TALLIHASSXX,Fla,S pL29,1855" 99 ",,
are daylight observations; but the night 3 Tierces Duffield" Sugar cured Hams, Gentlemen's Summer .Brown and Blue Shirting and Sheetings, "
is the time to enjny a locomotive ride. The light which we will sell FOR CASH allow as they can 'a choice article,' Marlborough Plaids and Stripes, JOHN R. LLOYD

from the encine lamp extends only for two or three be had at any House in the City. 2 Hhds.Sugar CLOTHING. Choctaw. Stripes Apron Check, r
rails] f\\rward-beyond that all is :darkness and you The Consigmeiit Consists of: 1 Box Fresh Lemons, Bed Ticking 4c. 4c, &c. .Au.o''tl.on.eer.

go plunging on into the black unseen before ):00. Casks Bacon Sides 1" II Beef Tongues.For FROCKS, Sacls, Pants and Vests,assorted quali.. aA.B.D vv .:. ANDCOMMISSION .
without rile possibility of a forewarning of any 10 sale for CASH by R. BERRY. latest style. A choice selection, land A and well selected stock of
Shoulders large HARDWARE
10 ,
danger. You can see the switch lights, or that of 5 Plain HamS. May 2, '57. ing from Brodie and for sale by All of tbo above articles will be sold low by MERCHANTTALLAHASSEE ,.
another locomotive drunken McNAUGUT, ORMOND & CO.
but a log or a man 18READ D. C. ":
20 Bbls.common Whiskey, March 21 '51 12Flour WILSON. ;, FLORIDA.
may be on the track, or a rail may be broken and Rio Coffee. March 14, 'S;. 11 .
yoavnonc the wiser until, with one tremendouscrash 20 Bags July 19, 1856. 29-lj
20 Bbla.St.Louis Flour ARE yoc'in arrears for 1851, 52, 33, 54, C5 and ---------
you meet :your doom npon it-Exchange.Cfp Extra r If so, call at once and let me know Corn I
10 ,
- cther at all, if so, how much-5, 10, S. S. KNIGHT
: The Boston Post understands that the 6 Sugar (a choice article.) I you can pay BBLS. Harrison's extra Flour, 1 n AH BUSHELS CORN for ale by I ,
report 40
cents in i.iue oCl!"? want to close all account
that the ex-president Pierce has ought a We have on hand a large stock of 50, or 100 : 20" Superfine Flour WIiII 1UUU HOPKINS 4 MEGI NISB. I AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT I
due me to January 1857, and "compromise '
farm 1 10 cohihutti March 21 57. 12
in New llampbhire he intended to erecta Goods ,
Fancy Staple I
with all who give a satisfactory explanation _
house is incorrect Landing from Schr. Petti!, and for sale by .
which for CASH we \nll sell at a small advance on ability, and close on their own term KO'AUaUT ORMOND & CO. I September 1.865, 05
Canton &c. .
fI'Lane's cost. Couni!ry merchants are invited to call nnd fill T. hAY ARD. Matting,
Celebrated Vermifuge in March 21, >>7. 12 -
Missouni. up their assortment. We have also a f w pieces of April 18. '57. lG-6t I 1' PIECES of 44 and 64 white and checked WILLIAM SCOTT,
JOB P. O.,OHECOS Co.,Mo., July 22d,ISM.MCKES. FURNITURE, Ladies' Dress Goods. Bacon and Pork. I 1 piece Matting.of 8-4 floor Oil Cloth. &TTY 'ii" LAW" .

FLEXING Buos., Parlor and common chairs, Bureaus, Tete a Tete MUSLINS plain and figured CASKS Ribbed Sides, 1 do. Clear do. 2 pieces ot Oil Cloth for Table Cover. MONTICELLO FrA.Jnly .
btarSirt:-l baTe used Dr. M'Lane'g Celebrated Vcrtniruge Wash Stands, Mahogany and Cottage Bedsteads SWISS checked. 4 1 do. Shoulders, 5 bbls.Mess Pork. For sale by G.&J. MEG INNISS. O.I8i3. 30 tijanLIOUARD
l ,prepared by you,in my family,and I do think It the '
Tables at Pettis. and for sale
. extension Dining Linen Lawn, French Prints, etc. Landing per by .March 28. 57. 13-8t
bent preparation now in use for expelling worms from the CASH. Call and examine them.T. McNAUGHT ORMOND 4 CO. ..
t from and fur sale -- ----- T. BiaCBRT. C1U&LZII DOW'lU1UJ
human f' .. My neighbors have also used it with the .HAYWARD, A SON, Tallahassee. Landing Sampson McNAUGHT ORMOND by & CO. March2l57. 12Spring BookBinde --, -- ---d.____6'-
i Kune suocfsi. You arc at liberty to use this as you see fit.Yourg L I May 1C, 57. 20-3t [Sent --- lECHKIT &DQ1 lil1j 0,
,&<-.. WM. O. NETTLE. --- copy. A prill 857. 16 Style Hats. T HE Book Bindery of McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY, ATTORNEYS AT .LAW t, 1SESTS FOX CLAIMS .
The above I*a sample(certificates daily received by the is again in operation.
proprietors Fleming Bros.of MXane's Celebrated Vermi ICE ICE Gloves, Hosiery, & Hdkfs. f'E 8 Panama, Leghorn, Malaga, P.Llm. March 21, '67. 12 NO. 490 Seventh !freer,- .

fuge anJ IJver Pill*, We think we jire.safe in saying they T ADIES', Misses, Gentlemens', and Boys' Hose .1ll. Leaf, Dunstable and Merino Hats. && WASHINGTON \.
are the roost reliable and topular remedies of the day. UNTIL further notice ICE will be served I__-J and half Hose, BOYS-Canton Braid Leghorn Pedal and Panama Seed Rice. WILL practice before 'the Court of CTaim*,anJ ;

1ST ParchaHcre will lie careful to art for DI MXAXE'S the Depot of the St Marks and Talla-] Buck, Thread and Lisle Gloves, lists..AIISSESTnaczm. -f A A BUSHELS SEED RICE. for ale by claim before Cougres SlId! On..- -
CELKJ1RATK1) VEBMIFUOE. manufactured by FLEMIKSBEOS hasse Railroad every morning between the bouse of English Twilled Silk and Linen Cambric Hdk. and Pedal Hats. JLUU HOPKINS &MEGINNISS. ral Department

,of/W*lltlrfl",J\,. All other Vermifuge* in comparison S Bud 7 o'clock. After that time, it can be foundat Landing per Sampson;and for sale by Landing from Mvstic.and for sale by March 21, '57. 12 July 8, 1866. .89
we worthless Dr. M'Lane'e genuine Vermllnge, also the Drug Store of E. BARNARD. McNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO. McNAUGHT,ORMOND 4 i CO. 4

lila celebrated liver Pills,can now be bad at all respectable AT TIlE DEPOT, April 18.'67. 16 March 21, '57. 12Sundries Spring and Summer Styles A. PERRA1tAKiaATTYATLLWS,', :
f drug stores. Font gtnvir.t vUhovi tJu tignatvre oft ,
Price of ICE to Stockholders 2 cts. lb.
per For 2.8S7.
[13] FLEMING BEOS.Sljij Vermifuges. .

t II., all others 2 $ (* DOZEN Fahneatocks Vtrmifnge, BBLS.and lOt bbls. ltec' tied Whiskey, THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last TALLAHASSEEFLA.Ma721,1853. .
No ICE will be delivered unless the order i ia accompanied _,0 48 MeL nea" 4 0 2" Monongahnla from New York, a full and elegant assortment 20
) Him with either the Cash or Tickets 86 Jaynes Tonic 6 choice Sugar, 4 bbls. French Bread of LADIES DRESS GOODS consisting
,24 Perry's Dead Shot for Worms, Landing from I'ettis, as J for sale by of au endless variety of the moat fashionable styles EDWARD HI. WEST.
Ice TicketsCan 24 Strongs Vermifuge Powder, McNAUGHT ORMOND 4 CO. of Paris Printed Organdies on plain and plaid cloths I
PORT OF ST. MARKS. be proenred al the Drug Store of E.Barnard. J r Santonin Worm Seed Oil,&tc.AMES March 21.'67. 12RiceFresh from plain to full chintz colored. Attorney and Counsellor al Law,

Parties residing ia el-Air, who may wish ICE, & LIVELY. Organdy robes. ,desIgns entirely new, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA..
. ARRIVED, can have the same by Passenger Car, by sending April 11.'57. II Jaconet
May 15. U.S.men steamer Atlantic,Talbot, from N. Orleans. their blankets, distinctly marked and the money or Rice. Printed Barege robes, design entirely MW April, 1856. U. ., /

Left next day for Kew"West.CLEARED., I Ticket. NOYES & LADD St. Marks. SPRING & SUMMER 50 WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive Grenadine robes, striped Brocade and China HUGH A. CORLEY

May 16,'67. 20Florida iu a few days direct from Charleston. Sendin I Flounces ,
J.f..16. Bchr.Wm.E. Pettis Blatenoy New Orleans. GOODS. Foulard silk Flounces.
16.The U.8. mail steamer Atlantic leA to-day for Key your orders and have it marked, yoa who want. at Law
I Double skirted Flouace Attorney
Marquije a .
"VWrt.via Cedar Keys and Tampa House. -ALSO- together ,
$2f The brig Herald,Kt'f'nelett nn Saturday for Cedar HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLEAre beautiful assortment of Linen Cambric in dress
Keys,to tirke in balance of cargo for Charleston. THE HOUSE heretofore known as 150 Boxes of Manufactured TOBACCO, at lower patterns, white printed and Polka spot. Brilliant, TALLAUASSE_, FLA.
IS- POET Georgia House" late Mc- .. i now receiving a Large Stock of prices than you pay this Spring in the big city of printed Percale in great variety, :. Ae.Ac. January I7-H5t /
Bark E.IT.GamblefPowd Bain's Hotel, will continue open for the SPRING ANDSUMMER GOODS New York. For further particulars enquire at BUTLER A DENHAM. .
Brig Ecmington Sawyer; ficlir.Mormora Billing reception. of persons traveling by public . D. LADD, Newport March 14 '57.
." .. .n ... Embracing imaginable style otLADlES' H Anderson J. Peefef
I or private conveyance lurougn looraasviue. it; launder every March 21, '57. 12 --- ------ ;
the control ard of Those I DRESS GOODS, TIZ: I
Ij:3Mn.: EDITOR :-Do us the favor to I desiring genteel and management comfortable accommodations a Lady. LACES, MANTLES, SCARFS, ROBES, MVSLINE, MANTILLASFOE.\ Opening of the Season. Attorney and Counsellor) at Law:

{ announce in Jour next issue for re-election for the may rely upon her best efforts to please. SILKS, BONNETS, tc., *c. BONNETS 8OLICITQRINQUIT1?
office of Tax Assessor and Collector, for the countyof t Situated at the South'end Jefferson St. j
Thomasville, Geo. A large lot-of Boars' Clothing, TIlE Head Dresses, French Flowers, ..NEW PORT FLORIDA.. -

D Leon ULL, at Y.the ensuing October election, Mr. L C. May 16. '57._20-Sm._ A large lot of Mens' Clothing Spring and Summer of 1857. Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edg- WILL Practice in the Coferta of theMiddle Sreiit'
Respectfully. .
Boots Shoes Hats and attention
Caps, paid to Collcetinr.
MANY VOTERS. Dr. N. G. MCDONALD, And other article of Merchandise suitable THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express. ings, &c., &c. March 21,'57. 12
every few of those most Fashionable and by far the Bonnets trimmed IIn .-
crrV are authorized ,and requested to MONTICELLO TO WAKEENAH, FLORIDA, I J5f Call and examine tbem.gj most desirable ." .4' 5' FLOYD & ROLLA-ND, .

announce LEMUEL JONES, a* a candidate for Tax respectfully offer bin HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE. Chantilly Lace Mantillas Crape Crape: and Straw BonneU trimmed, Attorneys at Law.
Assessor and Collector of Leon nt the Election of various and designs, which they offer on
county PROFESSIONAL SERVICESto April U. 67. 15 patterns White and Black frames Wl lLLpracticain-th* CirraH- C.o1'kk1 I
in October next. the most reasonable terms. Call early if you wish Plain Straw and West Florida,aatf b ttsr Satv eotMl
---- the people of this vincinity. Per West Wind tbe choice selections.' BUTLER 4 DENHAM. Hair Neapplitande. of the State. Aim int the DiatricrConrroT the UDft '

FROM NEW YORK. March U, 57. 11 Flat Bloomer*,'Gipsies Shaker Hood, Infant Leg- ted State,in the Korthero District Horkkr: .
$10 REWARD. P RMcD. has received a well selected stock of hot n, Ceburg 4& 4c. R.J.FLOYD,OOca ApalacbicoU.. Fla.. _
T>UNAWAY from'the Subacriber on Thur.daynighttbe2Iiustanegroboy .- Drug and medicines, OA BAGS Rio Coffee Tallahassee Sash and Blind Head Dresses unsurpassed for style and variety D.P.ROLLAND, Ocs Qa1oe. Fla.

Xi> named ,_which be will sell on as liberal terms a* they are sold J 10 8 Boxes Tierces Adamtine Rice, Candles FA.OTOa.y.THE Ribbons of the most*exquisite design in great variety Dec.! 1S5S._.61. ._ I
JASPER. He U of a light copper eolor. about anywhere in the -country. Physicians' prescriptions undersigned adopts'tbis: method of informing black and whitc.Rusbea narrow medium and _
6 feet inches high, weigh about 145 pounds and Planters' order pat up with care,and each article 25 10 No.1.Sperm public, that he bas recommenced the above : wide Blond Edgings Zephyr Lace and all other articles WILLIAM 8. BILWOKTH,

has a very intelligent look, He will probably lurk warranted. .' 10 Kegs best Goshen Soap, Butter, business in th. city of Tallahassee and would be appertaining to this department of a Ladita Attorney and Counseller.atlawr .
about the Miccasokie Lake, or go to Waknlla Co. May.9, '57. 19lmCARRIAGE 25 Boxes Cheese, pleased to receive the patronage of his friends. Shop toilet. BUTLER 4 DENHAM. :
He belong to Win. Perkins. The above reward will 6 M.Flat Segars. S at tbe Rail Road Depot I. W. BOWEN. March a, '57. 11 MONTICELLO; FLORIDA.WrrL .,

be paid for his delivery to u*,.-'I' lodgment in any Np SHOP. -ALSO- March 1, '57. 10 Summer of 1857 praetJc to flw XJonrU''oT th'. Wi-Mli Cii.-

Jail so that we can get him. .and Th0nL and Lowndea" CotnttV.Or
leave inform
.. A. R. COMBS fc CO. THE undersigned beg to the jciti- Pickles Dr. A. W. DAVIS D. U. S. GOODS .
*'Tallahassee and 'vincioity, that be ha Starch WHITE .ot. every description aaaong March 15.185S. U-lf. .
CentreTiIleFlaM :IDon't _
yS57. Pepper, Oysters we mention: r
carriage shop in this place joining
opened a
Champagne Cider, Lobster, PRACTiCING DENTIST 10 4 and 11-4 AUendale Sheeting LJR'4ITJ
:LoNG 'e\G.
Read This Broo"8' Livery Stables, Ground Ginger, Assorted Candy. FLORIDA. Pillow Case Linen ,

.- .- in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner Salaratu, Pot Ash. TALLAHASSE, 8-4 and 10-4 Counterpane, TT L"'tBYr.:1'i "Ua"Ji FiA'
'OH, DOI&'TIJ, J 'where,b*ia prepared to do all kinds of work in bin ForTsale for','CASH" fy .' _R.:H.,BERRY. December 27, 1856. 52 Cambrics Jaconet, .M i.LOif G 4 J,&G ALBB.'-.."\i.
UTE have just received fronTNew Orleans, Per line, at the shortest ntie and on the mod ., March 2857. 13 Plaid Muslin aWt.bn..

VY Scbr. Wm. R. &, nod New York Per REASONABLE Bark K. H.Gamble,a large and well elected M. pram Coorta.andtb DLCO t'QL ft't ttd
.OF GROCERIES. och as carriage painting and tnmmirg; making new JUST RECEIVED.: Embroidered Swis*'Muslin. States stT.tbesr: .." : .' .

STOCK buggies and wagon,and all. kinds repairing.; Baringdfrtrte BAREGE Organdie,.Flounced Robes, .,:. .J" 88GBS -BR. tLli1frES-. Ot1ie\tthe Q iit_ .
-AtIg- '
.:. .Lawn and Brillhnt Flounced lote,. 4-S Plain. and fancy Marseilles, October U..lIS.. ,: .Iy I' 'I : .._ .
Wines Brandies,Syrup, Cigar, ;. Carriage Painter. and. .. 'Primmer,. Solid Colored French Chintz,, .jBrillianta >i' Subscriber are now'receiving their Spring Frilled lone Cloth, : .
The Bableribertlare determined aft thiff'date to from New;York, cndersignd- ia- prepared to do. If ,U *,JyPrinted THE Summer Stock of Goods, consisting of almost Patent Crinolin.- A. IiciL -

abandon the*y stem of teHing gpoda on a CREDIT.PfriCeii .- .thin kind of work M veil and in the latest style, M it Lawns; Oaliooea, Gift g ba' '.1' every article wanted in Plain and plaid Nainiook. .u'-TiU: > :C'f1: I

or,.Country;.fr ffve can bt done at the.ortb. Black Grenadine *'- Dry Goods, China.ware, MULLS .l i14 C .

will"at any liin le happr.to fe'ear men* rJUJ UMM who hat tbiaJdnd of':work, to do, and .Alapaceai and Gro 'de"Rbine;,, !' 'Straw Goods,, Crockery ware, Muslin BaMa Cambric do Swiss do. flY.wS -_.

: .itJ.oo4*t/ertry cI dcscrijTUcri .mill!adranc* with it don IB a manner that.win, not ul'to.give S ALSO-' o'.ot '.'' ,Hard.ware .Groceries, &c., .S French Collar;Freneb sets boy Oolbu*,. ; .f, 3l .
'1,H, r:York. and Nw O15SjfiOIS.' If, you, atii faction .c H do veil to call on A bew.aortment of Loco Embroidered> ;'G4 'Which at" moderate pricey Ladie nd Gentlemen J.eamb'e u..Webit&' ;.Ua1.-.w.' .. ;*.tJ
._1---.'.. e Uu.I trytii' ,-'at'J.,'.u. ..-t lfJe.' .Did .w '"'.... : ** .>. 'Y .-XtTBNS. ..consisting.of Lac*-MaBtfllas, Applio oedo,. ". "the1'olrer G.&J,MEGIiJ5SS. .Bar-bordeTd. H.8.and EruVcJ 1twfkmw. IU&J&CIe--- E ( 1iAJ4.

GC cI Jd ftr.t&, 't' '. )f3i2i.'Si. .19 Embroidered and Dotted ifa lm*,*, 'i March 28 '67. '18-8t" S, ,ReM. Yal tae4; ,-'t&o.-- : ,,- j'i'r.m1A"T-i n 1 l'
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OolIart:"Em1Jf id'd Under Sleeve Ac. .
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Fl '. tb Ebuiba's plantatiooDocaict : il' .BoUob i&e, .. et p ; : 2's
_> :Ort Of-f about rtbataiddl : < 'r ,: : McDOUGALL. ODBY. "j" ; Island'CdttoiBeeili I
XMja oooatjr br. : .
: For sale G.I 3.MEG WNISS. S. -- .
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:rr :liitt i'.x" ;. ;of Harck'a.negro -. cam of TOMj larch!i .lt.PrOiMoDs- 1. ,March 21.>il". J; ,.i. U. ,, .' -. l A gJlq mi RlDA; t'.J : ': .5
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.... -.i "If" fil--- ,- "f "- "; t 'jriU'. 1.1. .!. 4Wttd.AfaDd.u *,- r.Pprk,", landing'. erIptic&n4 .. U.S ., "and Jt. SttCOthrDd3djt7 fiotIi4I't tejoo prar1estoa : ,
"' J rMr .t iu{ # I ,_ 900.l .
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< GROWERSArthur's
1I1'tAII TA1U Iron
Arm of BROKAW & TV/fAUtJFA.OTURBR/ olbopper 'and Sheet
itTBE: having, been dissol-, CHEAPER : $ !, : .- '-0-- M Wee.aCId dealer,to al kind of Plain and Fancy VERMIFUGE:

codmuroed notifies hie mBB Jtr p,. ::would ia- '''Patent Tin Wares;take* pleasure in Informing tbe etttens ASD .
tbd be baa ; : AfrTightCA of Tallahassee ami ta 'iBrrofaading country, that be it S
old customers and the public generally, .L1 ..ronDh"itfrJet and the *
made arrangements with D.C. Wilson by which betakes 114 : .pnbUctbstheburebuiltbis, WSJ' ,fot pVaervMgThF.diand' Tbwia- : vow ,prenartd .to wait oo all thai: *6h,to t tronfee LIYEB; FILLS! ,.

tbe formerly occupied by him, under the ; Sublet 0 the old .. I him in his Dbe of n.H. also tenders b thanksto .
shop at stand and j is now *_/ Winter U'. This article se extensively -
firm GREATEST bit his friends and the public generally for tbe very Twoef t* _st PirtpsurhUens u':
accommodate friends mud customers bed In the East and Northern States last season be baa heretofore been of .Are.
ofH. attached to his .Stablw,a good Black will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and patrona.wtth.bkh
: B. Fitts & Co.
where he will have have'done all kind,of surrounding country by,the undersigned who baa now favored,and behopes that a continuation. ef the same They are not

*nd is now prepared to execute. all work done in DescribiKf ; Horse shoeing,aud Carriage work in the exclusive tight to manufacture in this vitcinity for will be granted him. recommended
of all
their line of business vix: Exhibiting manner and with promptness .and dis the coming'season. It is only necessary to call and He win constantly keep on band a full supply
establishment of his asS
Ware usually
ffortfe Shoeing, Ironing And ReO J examine these article and the recommendations of sorts bf kfpIn an Universal
: line of business. A full assortment of Sheet Iron
Arranged 5. 183S. 44 the who hare used them to be convinced that
and so persons Cure-alls but
pairing Carriages Bug E. they are tbe best, most simple and economical articlefur Sheet Lead; Lead Pipea; Sheet Zioc; Cistern Pumps simply for

giu, Plantation ionrk of J *, Buggies, and Harness, tliejpnrpose ever offered to the public. They can and a great many other articles too numerous. to men-I
what their
every description, Sale by P. B. Brokaw. be need by the most unskilful person" without tbeslightest tlon.S BUILDERS name purports

Mill Irons and repairing tame, Ironing Wa. ty No I risk of failure. TO .
and npl I But ao JHE Subscriber just received IF Purchasers are supplied with a circular eon- Tin Roofing,Guttering,Copper and Tin Conducting ; .
gons: Car Merchant B large supply of Carriages tffining full and reliable directions for pulling fruits Pipes Ac, all of which be promises to do in the most

and t tb facl every other diseriptioo of.work(,made of t a Glance Buggies, and Harness,which be offers and tomatoes in these Cans placing the whole up process work-man-like manner and style and of tbe best material The VERMIFUGE for

w Iren and SteVi all of which we'.'. and pledge most reasonable terms. conveniently within the reach of housekeeper. on shortest notice and moat reasonable terms ,

ourselves: to execute at the shortest notice. It has t 18. 1864. 46 S A large supply of these Cans will every be constantly kept Having been engaged for the last eight years in I expelling Worms from

H.B.WTT8.Feb. NASH & CO. in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend

.14,18:t. 7-ly The apply immediately, as the fruit season ;Je near at hand. himself any farther to tbe public as regards the human
been*felt urgent in Drugs, Medicines, &c. All Cans sold Ire mede by the undersigned and war- his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he system, has

Notice. lashed to by 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
supply administeredwith
with H and heeds but assortment of articles in our line, May sl. 1866. 22 cheap prices.
made arrangements
THE undersigned has of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, Having removed from the old stan l formerly known _
his BUcksmith Patronized. It the
Fitts to take charge of Shop Zinc and other paints, Window Cuss of Piano Fortes. as White& Slosser be will be found at bis stand corner most satisfactory
and hands aud solicits for the new firm, the patron tempted by of where ha will be to wait
Putty,Brushes, Potash Soda, Sparkling 200 foot street glad .
D. C. WILSON.Feb. Note in three ,
age of his old customers. Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) "tTTE: aro prepared to furnish Piano OD all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.Dee. results to various animals

14. 18 7. 7-ly ENGLISH purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, rrTnI' VV Fortes, of the very best quality, 1,1855. 48WILLIAM

DAVID E. HULL Thus Each may i Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, upon the most liberal terms. subject to Worms. \
general assortment of Popular Patent They are second to noflb Iu any country either as P. SLtJSSER, ft

invite tbe attention of the citizens of TE We keep none but the very best and to quality or price. T f LIVER PILLS for

WOULD the adjoining counties to his inches, and will your I Every Instrument be warranted. Ta11ahassee, F1.a. ,,

1556. 18 February 23,1856. 8
-- --- -- ---- --
ROCKAWAYS, All the and Crusher. Q-u.in..in.e.:

Buggies without Tops, I A Complete patent Corn and Cub Crusher I I I JUST received 600 OUNCES Snlpll Quinine, 'V ARE. SICK HEADACHE

rope and Amt' tbe Agency for the sale of these su Brand tbgethfcr with a great variety Stove Head-Quarter
of a motijn so soothing that those who ride in them, tion, together unequaled it is said to any in of pure Chemicals. AMES A LIVELY. .. A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor &c.Purchasers.
find the delicious l. ,
unless they are particular.will soon I day. Also A atnck of these Crushers, will be on April, 1856. 14 X-L and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness
U dews of sleep with double' nutriment descending; coming Fall. Prices r*ry low,. con T- Olive -- and durability at reduced prices. will pleasebe

Saddles of all kinds; saving in feed. $45 $55 $65 each Oil. Out Door Work.
From Old
Bridles sod Martingales; an Prices uniforn throughout the county. SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re ask for
no where else A Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads, uttering, Copper particular to
.call nnd examine for ceived by AMES A LIVELY.
Trunks Valicea and Carpel Bags; yourselves
in and Tin Conducting Sheet Lead, Sheet
peared print, Pipes
stock for a cample artives. April 5. 8856. 14 I
Harness of all kinds; Dr. C. McLane's
History of I Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work Cele-
India Rubber And LeaTher Belting; D. LADD. j Flower Jars. of elrery variety done at short notice.
Hemp and India RubAr steam Packing; July ti, 1856. 27 brated VERMIFUGE
Ladnit and Upper Leather; and described A LARGE assortment of Flower Jart various Sites City and Country Merchants and

Calf Liuing ana Sheep Skins; which the 45 Saw Gin. I Just received and for sale by Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur LIVER PILLS

Collars flAmes Trace Chains Saddler's Hard-ware, ) have been so AMES A LIVELY. chasing elsewhere. prepared by
kind j a second hand GIN of above size. Iia3 priI5,185&. 14 N. AH articles manufactued from the
arid in fact every thing kept in a Store of this continue pg B. very
as well as some things which are not, such for in- prove the Most used to gin so baled Cotton; atid AS I best material and warranted durable. No other arti
stance as Cotton Waggons, a few of which are on Public. For sale low by India Rubber Belting. le will be offered for sale. vna !)kO1l.
hand and will be sold as soon as possible. C3T 8, '56.McNAUGHT 45 i A LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of October 20, 1855. 42 1

A": B. Repairing done on shift notice. $1 a year. I two, three nnd four ply, warranted fully equalto LInt thSURANCE.THE .--- SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
Pine Lumber. Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper; in fact considered ,
Tallahassee Feb. 21, 57. 8-3m [Sent copy. 1, by those who have tried them,superior to Leath N W-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pa. and take
White Pine Lumber assorted suit-
All sizes, from 4 to 14 inches wide, no
er constantly ,... .. $1,000,000.
lor Cabinet Makers Sash and Blind Ma ACCUMULATED CAPITAL
i March 21, Work. Not often fiutn a lot for 8ale on hand by D. LADD. i Company issues policies on the lives of other there various
THIS as are
demands against the estate Newport, Oct. J8.1856. 42 I ,
having for for the
persons MtNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. persons one or more yean, or
ALL Lenora P.Crenehaw. deceased, late of Leon 4$ iWifp'roperty for 'Sale. I whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL'SYSTEM. other
notified to them to the preparations now
county are hereby present Dividends declared to the insured on policioi issued
undertigned administrator, properly authenticated, 1 THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow- I for 11fe.PLIl'fY .

within the time prescribed by law, or, they will be JOHN and Sale Stable. described property, known as the Jra via Lots, Flu JuN" FKAXKLIX Pres't. before the public, pur-

barred; and all those indebted are requested to make "TTE1E viz: Lots NO 3, 25, 27, .30, 48, 140, 141, 142, 143, : Actuary.-YoRILUI ,
paynent immediately. i JL undersigned that he has gives notice 144,226, 227. 235, 239,240, 241, 242, 243, 244 245 or Applications received in Tallahassee by porting to bt Vermifugeand

JOHN C.CRENSHAW, Admt'r. : purchased 248,246.250,2152, 253 254, 256, 251, 258, 268, all January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS.
the Stable of, _
I Dealer In in the of the Tallahassee. Liver Pills. All
May 16./57. 20SirNotice original plan city
Newsom,in Tallahassee,together with the
: the establishment,. and that be is now -ALSO-
i ...... ....... .. others "ih
carry on the business in all its liranche, Lots NoS. 1,2,3.4,5,6,7, in County qr.A CAPITAL, 1500,000. comparisonwith

persons having demands against the estate I I am now I the public with good accommodations L s o- !I THE undersigned,Agent of the above Company
ALL Adam Gramling,deceased,late of Leon county reasonable terms. I receive applications for and make insurance Dr; MCLANE'S are ,.
I I Lots: Nos. 4. 12, fa, 15, 16, 22, 25, 89, 40, 48, 61 ,
are hereby notified to present tbem, properly Authenticated ply of Cloths $ j RICHARD SAUNDERS. j; against I oss by Fire,oh Brisk and Frame Buildings
to the undersi/ned administrator, within : T. Herring la my duly authorized 6%,in the South i County quarter. \I, Furniture,Merchandize,.c. worthless.

the time prtscribed by law or they will be barred; Er.ery ) : entire control of tbe business, repre- The above described property formerly belonged January 19.1856. 3_B. LEWIS.
i Gov.Btown. For further information arid"terms
I' to ,
Indebted to make I Ifullv if I The McLane'sVermifuge .'
and all those are requested payment as was personally present. GENUINE
immediately. which I am RICHARD SA'UNDEUS. which will be liberal,apjilJto A.Perry Amaker, Esq Wines, Syrups, &t.
A.P.GRAYLIXG. Admt'r. fashionable :11. 36 I Attorney at Law Tallahassee. OLD Otafd Brandy, Sparkling Cider, and Liver
May 1C.57. 20-8 i : i Port Old Port Juice,

Jejers'm Circuit Lourt, Aor. Term, 1857. AND j i Havana Segars. I I sold, the above property A. PERRY will be AMAKER.for rent. Madeira Sherry, Sardines Brandy Chenieb, Pills can now.be had at

Alvin Attachmentrs. I j who love to smoke good SEGARSI February 16. 18 6. 7-tf i Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces,
hy, ) : all
A LARGE I them together with some choice, Tur- -- -- respectable Drug
$SO( Extracts
}V Damages, i Flavoring Pears
Cod Liver Oil.
E. S. GaiHard, J Sum Sworn, 16158. j smoking TOBACCO at tbe Drug I Yeast Powders, Tamarinds -
AMES & LIVELY. A PURE of the celebrated "Brands" He Stores.
Defendant and all others interested,are bere- FRESH Spanish Spices,
THE notified ofthe commencement of this suit by Consisting of 1856. 48 ,. Clark A Co., A Rusbton's. i Corn Starch, Pickles FLEMING BRO'S
such as Cloaks For sale by AMES A LIVELYAprils Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil ,
attachment, returnable to Fall Term of the Court, Pieces of Wall Papering. I ,
which will be 1856. 14 I L English Mustard, Capers 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
end to and plend to the same. II ,
WEST Clerk. 1 Also, a large a large assortment of every variety I Claret Cocoa -D
I''I TJudersbirto. and quality. Window-Papering plain Most Approved Corn Mill in Cse.I I AMES 1 LIVELY. Sole Proprietors.
May 16, I I Those Bordering to suit all.McDOUGALL. -f ffOF the most approved LANIER CORN I II January 5, 1858.Circular. I SCO VILA MEAD.No. .

Notice.ALL own i terelts
:: ticles have 185G. 46 Mills have teen for some time in use through this re ': SawMUl Agency. I General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, to

persons Iwving demands cgainet tbe estate special view to j I gion and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction undersigned has the for the sale of whom all orders must be addressed.

Charles Williamson, late of Richmond county I October 18, 57."P.I B. CLARKE ; { ,grinding with case 40 bushels find the rise II THE .Herr k's Improved agency Circular Saw Mills" Sold by Ames fc Liy lv. E. Barnard. Jr. Miles .

.State of Georgia deceased. will take notice that i i in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied consisting of three sizes for 42, 48 sad 52 or 54 inch Nash 4 Co., Tallahassee," Fla.; J. 8. M. Davison,
must present them to the undersigned duly authenticated to it. The maker furnishes a band to it : W. T. Carpenter -
they this his Fall and Winter Stock of I put up; Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best fn use, Joiner; Gardner & Mills. Newport;
within the time prescribed by law or for i and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. i ii having several improvements over the "Page"or A Co, Wankeenab; Moeelj & Pope. Madison;
will he plead in bar of their recovery; and all Call and examine them at D.LAD D'S. any PuJes'! MonticelloW. *
notic I I i I, other Patent in use. The cost is about f 300, $350, Palmer A Bro.. Montifcello S.
notified to
persons indebted to said estate, are hereby VT7 E would IM W April 211855. 16 and $450 for various sizes,according to extra carriage, gers A Co. CbaUabooehee;" Baltwll & Widgeon -
make immediate pvmenLELDRIDOE T f the D Manama Nicholson & Ze jler. BaiobrWge.Os
Ac. For further to iflDANIEL ;
C. WILLIAMSON Admt'r. well selected I i part of French nnd English Cloths, Cassi- I Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth particulars apply LADD. D.H. Dickinson' Bainbridge; E.Seixas Tbomasville! ,'

57. 18-8w of all colors, and of the best qual
May 2. ( Ga.
I Rugs. Newport,Fla, November 3, 1855. 44 :
to manufacture to order OD
is prepared February, 1857. SlyTALLAHASSEE
Notice. j Our Seeds terms'and in the most I LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool I II NOTICE. '
weeks from date I shall apply to the Honor I consequently Also. a few pieces Wool and Cotton I I 'A es db t.i'vo1y.S .

SIX JuoVe of Probate of Leon county, for letters i I ",,,K ft a rmr MANNER, I do., and fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget for sale right S IX months after date tbe undersigned administratrix r FLORIDA,
I ,
nf administration oa the estate of E. A. Shuler, de : that you may i ; a general! assortment of At-- -TV. -I.A--nn.-. on the estate James Holdemess, deceased

ceased.late of said county. J. B.JEFFCOAT.May I I CLOTHING, : ,Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 late of Leon county will file her account and vouchers filii Wholesale and Retail Dealers la d
and to tbe Judge of Probate of Leon
January 31. ---- apply county -
27. 18Singer's - I favorably any I Rheumatics & Others. for a discharge from said administration. 1&
I for sale in this city, consisting of *
: ELIZABETH HOLDERNESS, A c 'L Perfumery, Dyestufft, Surgical Instruments,
Sewing Machines. and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, : TO all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint Nov. 8. 1856. 45-fim Snuff Windows Glass Paints,'
I and Beaver Frock ard Business I otfer remedy, in Jay'StimulatingLiniment. Spices.
rpHEip-eat repotatioa Singer's Sewing Machines THE vc a positive *" Oils Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco,'
I effectual in the
JL founded on the fact that they are perfectjr! JL mary of It bas been permanentcure I ORANGE SPRING i and Glass Ware Patent Medicines,
adapted to every variety of work.And that each one I ness entirely colored Cloth! Beaver and Pilot Over- I' of Cbjonio ADd Rheumatic diseases. Thousands I Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies*
bare doubt been rescued from an untimely death Male & Female Seminarv
of them, kept e oyed. will earn not less than I and Hair Brushes for Medicinal purposes
Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere j I by the use of this great remedy.For situation of this Institution i is at one of the Paint Brushes Fancy Articles. .
Tlunuand Dollar A Year. rpHE
therefore wilt j I sale by Druggists generally l and at Wholesaleand I Sulphur Springs in the ountry, and is unsurpassed Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segars. ,
All full and reliable information Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vest, .1 1 Retail rjy AMES A LIVELY.
persons denting obtained his for health. It is easy of access for steam They bate recently received a Lmgt and y.uJ
about these machin**- sixes prices, modes purcha- informed that i Castimere Silk and Cashmere do., 1 I Tallahassee. May 31, 1656. 22-ly boat and a few hours staging. supply of every variety of articles! usually kipt by,
sing, Accan obtain it by applying by letUr or otherwise .1 do. i The with find"
hands of a Principal the experience of twenty years. druggists. Planters and PbJs1C1&D..ill sljja'ya
for a cop bf I. M.SIXOER Co's. Gazette, a day. ', Dressing Robes, Fine Shirts, Silk, Mackerel and Herring. : and aided by a corps of competent assistants will devote at this establishment a full supply everything needed -*

beautiful Pictonal'Paper,entirely devoted to Sewing and Merino Undershirts. FEW HALF BBLS.each No. 1 Mackerel and his whole time to the improvement of his pupils. and on the njost liberal terms
Machine Intel etts. It will be sent gratis. and Jeans Drawer A direct from the Fisheries. For sale ata .
January 31 Herring, :, The third session will commence Monday January Orders from the Country prornplyofilled' and &
Local Agents- I I -ALSO- low rate by I 12, 1857. For particnlars. addrera.R. tiou guaranteed, witb regard both prices and qnalitv. -

WAnted in'every Town in the United States, to whom MeNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. I ANDERSON, Principal.Nov. ; Physician's prescription"arefnlly compooooW.
liberal inducements are o ered. assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and November 8, 1 85!8. 4 4 I' 29, 1856. 48Lumber. I II Also.Eppiug's compound fluid Extract of Bu Et
., Ties and Cravats, Collars, colored and I
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.We have made arrangements with I Jan 6. 18516s .
N. B. many JUST
and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread India Rubber Packing. I I -
and of highly profitable -
editors publishers newspapers .
Gauntlets Linen Cambric and
and satisfactory to them and wish to make .simi i" a Standard with Brown superior and Fancy, Cotton, Lisle INDIA Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses from 3- "'ITE have on hand Five or Six hundred Tbousan Turpentine Farm for Sale.

lar contracts with every newspaper and magazine io minces Bancroft's, Matino Hose Ac, &c. CALL AND L 16 to i inch, constantly band at D. LADD. V f feet of good SXASONXO LCXBIE, of every dis j jCription. Sale about eleven hundred acres of laid to-
the For full particulars address Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 FOR
Motley's which will be delivered ia Tallahasse low.- with a small farm and improvements
4-' New York. lished. 18, 1856. 42Coflee. I Those wishing Lumber can address us at CentreTille. win be sold at a bargain,inquire of .
Z23 Broadway, Allison's -- I Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE Bills sawed at short notice. JOHN H.RHODES or A. P.FULLEY.
Mar h 28. 61. 18-Sm A. R. COMBS CO.
5th and 6th OF FLORIDA l Wakulla.Fla. October 4, 1855. 40 _
> Abbott's ; JEFFERSON COUNTY. f Sept 27, 1856. 89 i
ForHire.A .- I, Prime Rio, 6 do. Maracaibo,
LIKELY yonng.WOKAK. accustomed to housework canlcy's French : from Brodie, and for wle byMoNAUGHT. \\7 M. H. ANDREWS, sheriff ahd ndmitistratorT Shoes, Kerseys, Linseys and Blan i Walter Gwynn,
; T officio.of the estate of David Woolf,late of
A good cook washer .nd Ironer. Ap. dent ; ORMOND fc CO. ex kets. /"" FERS his services to persona wishing to ralarJ
ply to *>.BRAILSFORD MAXWELL Prescott's F ':7. 12 Jefferson county deceased has filed in the Probate \ land in the U.S. Land Office by locating land .
office of Jefferson written that YARDS assorted and GaPlains.
county. a suggestion Kerseys
at D. 0. Wiuos'a Store. Philip the 10 000 Warrants,or otherwise. He will also give prt IDp
be believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolventThereupon ,
1167. &- attention to such business as be intrusted to turn
April Europe; Dr. may
notice is to all Wool and Cotton and Wool
given persons having 1,000 yards Linseys,
Lord Bacon, in either of the other offices in the Capitol Cbariwill
claims against said estate to and file the same 1,000 pairs mixed and white Blankets
notice to his friends and pat appear prey be reasonablecorresponding to services lormed.
Notice.QULMootha Dickensf GIVES with the of Probate of said before fiuraet per
and that be is now in possession of Judge county on or 1,000 pairs Brogana.With Being Deputy io the State Land Office he of course
will ington ; the 12th of December when there will Wool HAte, sad such like arti-
after date the undersigned present cellaneous all the latest improvements in Dentis- day next Oanabnrgs. will make bb charge for business in that Department
O his final account and vouchers as administrator on extraction of Teeth. without producing be a p-o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to des for Plantation use, in any quantity by I Mayl',1858. gfr-ly
the- estate of Win. Laflbon, deceased L\te of Leon aid of a local application whira consists said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which LADD. I

county,and ask to be discharged. volumes, of an artificial freezing mixture to the parts time the said William H. Andrews will apply for bis Newport Oct. 18, 1856. 42 .

JOHN O.CRENSHA AdmtV. literature benumbed. 2d, The immediatemsertion of final discharge from the administration 01 said ett 1fatica.SIX .
In of bU wife LxoxoaA P. C&"B. sent day THOMAS J. IMI. LIME. will
right : from their 'Y Set, on Gutta Percba which can be months after date the undersigned present
March 14.67. ll-6m comfort, and ease till the Gum. are fully Judge of Probate. accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Pro

tantSimrn's for a permanent Set; then inserted on March ', '57. 10-9m 100 landed BBLS.and Lime for, fresh sale and by in good order just I., bate for the county of Gadeden and'ask: for a final

Notice.' mances in plan called continuous Gums, which are MoNAUGHlNovember ORMOND A CO. : settlement and discharge from the' administratorshipof
and admired, for strength, and the estate of Win. Larkfos. late of eaid county
SIX'mooths.after date, I ihaU present my final nc- .Republic; ; beauty Notice..SIX 8, 1866. 45 H.SCOTT Admt'r.Jan2481. .
deceased. .
the of Probate S
ra to Hoa.Judge in 6 volumes.Blank '
months after date, I will to the Hon
present 48flExecutofs
fcdmini trator of the estate of 1866.
tor county, as Court, of Leon my accounts and Notice.
of aid deceased, and ask and Account .
Aylei&Lord, county ;
vouchers as Administrator of the estate of MatthewJ.
fur discharge from said administratorsbip.WURIJRD without Leon Court. persons having demands againtfTFe estate of Notice.
A. Allen, and at the same time apply for a ALL
4, Admt'r.April tag and decee. Whitaker,deCealed. late of Leon county -
.n".WL .15: -;- m T. Books Granger and James fin the further administration of said are notified to present them to the undersigned SIX'montba after date,I shall present my final a6:
late R. G. ALLEN.Feb. .
usually ( In attachmentSum administratrix within the time prescribed by law, or Touchers to ,the Honorable Judge

BoOts and Shoes. Nov. Ik At, as.Granger. sworn to $275.It. 14, '6'm_ ___ _4 they will be barred; and all indebted are requested. Probate for',.Jefferson:County,"as: taeeutor of Jolla

,' Damages, $500. to make payment immediately.! Johnson, late of said .County deceased and' ask for a
S'youn/an4 CliUdrens'. .Administrator's.Notice. S SARAH 'WHITAKER, Admtx.Msrchi45'1. dismission and discharge as'sneh ezeentor.
.1J.L'lOCD. Iandi- Hy.tIcl. Randolph. zeutor."
ssodmea. "per 11-Sw- W.JAMES RIN.qualified
ftDd t r.atibJ ," 11tc1fAUOB'l'ORMOND. weeks and all other persons mteresied QIX months after'date I wi present to tbe. Hon.Probate November 22, 18. m-47 '-
v. .tl 6'1. 'tl "- SIX notified of be institution fthe above |O Court of account end I r
: county my I : : the Notice.Al4L B V > *
letters of .neut and are required to appear and. vouchers M administrator do borne non of the .state S .

Xros anfl.Plow Steel deceased; declaration filed therein. .I of James Poinderter and at the same timeapply persons having demands against the estate of HrcTilar( "Saws.t
'COUNCIL. A.BRYAN, Clt i for a final discharge from tbe further administra- S Burgdorfdeceased.late .of)Leon. county, 'GRIFFITH'S' : and FBOX A O'8 SstabUyM
IWEDES Bar:Iron llbeb to 8 Inches April 18, 18ST. H -4m V. 3fo of said estate. HUDSON MUSE. are hereby notified present them to the.undersigned WELCH. .8a.from 48 to M i inebea ato ceo-

Baoda&d Hoop tad Nafl Rod _: :_ ; t)' niot71Jiin. 1 747. 'S-6m admimslrator de touts 'non within the time prescribed is!. at. a commistJoo on, tnaan M n r*
PIo Bt* l_7'S,Ja, d.lO l****. ( : Notice. by law,'or they.will be barred j and all those pricta,by S D.LAPPNewportDeesmber2O,18Z& .
A lafj *todtrl oaiag per Myslic'aDd' for sale by ; "fit
indebted make immediate
-... /.. --If- > cHAUOHT(ORMONp eCO: ;after dale I shall present my final ao- S Notice* I .are requested payment. .
SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Judge, of Pro- against the estate of ly. !1 ,
,.. T_IU. fttv.-_\"j '* *i_, '**._'it .' of : oounty,M executor:of tbe estate of AbaYiogJ late otLeon county; JOHN D. REICHERT, admtV. boms' non. .o- .u..ta"-iJ
I r 4at. oiLeoo HoaUce1J,J 14,'IT., ll8w Tlr .Floridlsui; .
: ..: \1j"'i :tbeJndg of ;; Jones 1*** of said county', deceased and are notified to present theothe. undersigned ad-' -- ..- S

.. & from saM eiecntorship. tiI" I inlatrator_fWD.the time prescribed by law or 'Dl 4 : bUaw.-. __ ;" B4TURD4t'---r.:b.JAMES8. ., "
.. .j .l :qO A .; : ROBERT JOHNSON En'r.III. o11tr..CoPartneraWp.'I .' ''
.. ?, AI'riT t th .will be barred} and those t indebted'are.requested tri &PoisaroJ.-

T INbo.4'.' ,1.4Li . ,- ": !1.-61; :: to make i aytaent. Imm.dfstely:.'.. HEpartflersblnheretofore' eljst&gbetweenJotiJL I S- .- 9i$ J *. 5 .

Silt.11idit wii' ) .- :" ; S .; SHINE : \'. F.Broooa,and Bobe heir in the weighing,sW-! ,Ak,Two vDotUM ptr'aaoma.;1 ia ttJ.** _

: ..qoI !Ii--.tI't :.. .te.r' ab aukrrT., ,.I Mareb $1.''.61; ?JW"d"l rage and selling eottob.boslaeMr thk'day dworttdby : 5.--' ,- _b5t. ..: -St .
imadigtrin ved .aflJfo'ss.bj.) ; .' O ra1Df9f(, .
4 mutual eoateDB n BBUL. t>
4 t". ': ..... DOEMOD'.. .-'C.c.. ... .\V,. ; .;fomerlykivt.9 Oe1o4&Ri'u the Lynn rDw'th., letry,Geor-betag 5-- : tice. ,, 14,:.18W.SJ.. ., i 'M-1i i' (fi' .i r'WjM .J1'' .O'"
1tUft1s,f'J ; : : &. "." .
t ,.j.1-f.fX estate fJ -' .t"e.chn\.e.-.t.-
j, : aDd ,.e1Lsstabiusbedind having;a A. LLvl demands against' the of :
..... ., ,._.:" 0 0 --..-. i" eUeat F Boat'tea feet Vide and fifty ',l1..OI'fWOpet .Syle'deceased, late .of Gadsden i ? IOol 5211ii151 ar6rtU. 1'\OJM. '
: rry : ; -..'fiEIo'. .
=: ''l..ttl'Ji1 ce.. J,--Ji_ f' :I 1 a.//: / a ) : befeff competently and constantly attended eountyaz. hereby notified,to ptesent the not*,to the. : .p .--..',.:' .,' --.' .. :, :.j& ,". J.f
>I '
.* t' n .H onCr:1'; J : aedwonld re peetfoJlj inform ,ail who TOderwgnedadjamistratorwitwo'the .fim4pr bed :- :' DD.JORN'r. BathYa IIeDiU.l '
I.A.1I""I1 JI-,. itf'PI.P '1. MI',( ,tfgr' t 1. v SlS-Mentb;: : : tha1tiertbastheycao 'cross:at, tai ,by lav or.tWs, tiotloe-will\be!clead'In 'barthroft;. ffltl id.. fonat4 "M.M r fIr.1ht ,. ,lf! c.f. :f_ .. 9
., GQUP 'y :.;_.
: t' '!. \
d '
S f"ll$ d'a :;naU.;of Leon .at all times with'eaM and safety wbetb- od all persoos indebted to deotaMd are foqae w ). :
.'.1' W. .0 to mikiet iuiedlaEdy5 ,. .'Jib..l cad1d tcJ ir'OQre.t :'' rF-o dl&(w t' .
_JJt 'io. .. John & ; it high or : : on. .qt H.
? S S 'S S .
..;. tLnJ N.SHtT. L. bo dileb HARRISON FAIRBANK.. -'VM.tiKYLB'AawVf.iled -. : f{ 1R 'coLYJJ. aodct..m Got W'.lt t1l. tmtif thpaid.

u_. ", $ )8-1" April 18, 7. 3 March 2$ ',..- 19>8w August H, 1888. I' .

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