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 30, 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: UF00079928:00540
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY.LA Kansas and Nebraska; and tho clerks l in hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per For additional salaries of the treasurer of i Assay Office, New York.-For salaries .of -compensation of two day-'witchmaa-

h:, office, eight thousand and one dollars and act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty the mint at Philadelphia of one thousand dollars II officers and clerks, nineteen thousand two employed in the Capitol Sqoart, :at fit*hundred

nine cents. four, twenty one thousand one huudied dolflars. and of tho treasurer of the branch mintat hundred dollars. dollars each, and't went/ percent'there*

OF THE UNITED STATES. For compensation of the surveyor generalof Ne.w Orleans] of five hundred dollars. II For wtges of workmen, forty three thousand 00, per act twenty'second April, 'onthoa.: .

Utah, and the clerks in his office, seven For compensation of the clerks and messenger For salaries six of the additional clerks dollars. and eight hundred and fifty 1oer.j.\

[:CO. CLUDED.] thousand dollars. in the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing authorized by the acts of sixth August, eighteen I Government in the Territories. together,one thousand two hundred' dflat..
For of clerks in the hundred and six twelfth For compensation of two.nigbt>,tratc&ffi,a
CHAT. CLXIL-An Act making Appropriations for compensation officesof and for laborers employed thereih at tho forty August, Territory of Oregou.-For salaries of governor
the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Expenses the surveyors general, io be apportioned rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per eighteen hundred and forty eight, third March I three judges, and secretary, twelve employed at the President's: boasty, at fir*

of Government for the year ending the thirtieth !.o them according to the exigencies of the annum, per act fourth August, eighteen Lun-: eighteen hundred and fifty one, thirty first thousand five hundred dollars. hundred dollars each, and twren'j: pqr'cent;
of Jane, eighteen hundred and 1 )'-seTeh. pnblic service; and to be employed in transcribing dred and fifty four, eight thousand seven bun. August, eighteen hundred and fifty two, and For contingent of said Territoryone thereon, per act twenty' second( Apri\pao

%or compensation of the Commissioner of filed notes of surveys, for thepurpose dred and twenty dollars. fourth August, eighUen hundred and fifty thousand 'five expenses hundred dollars. thousand eight hundred. arid lift'foui-f

Public Buildings, and the clerji in his office, of preserving them at the seat of government For compensation of the chief of the Bureau four, six thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation and mileage of the memo making together' one thousand two Jiandreddollars.

three thousand two hundred dollars. forty one thousand dollars. of Medicine and Surgery, and the clerks For salary additional! clerk In office of bers of the officers I .,.- v ,- .
legislative assembly, ,
For stationery, blank book; plans, drawings j For salary of the recorder of land titles in and messenger in his office, and [for laborer assistant treasurer at Boston, one thousand clerks, and contingent of the assembly For compensation .of 'IhS. doo?"keeper at.
and other contingent expenses of the | Missouri, five hundred dollars. employed therein, at the rate of four hundred two;; hundred dollars. thousand dollars. the President's House>, five hundred dollars,

office Commissioner ol Public Buildings, j' War Department.-For compensation of and eighty dollars per annum per act fourth For salaries of clerks, messengers, and Territory twenty of l\innesota.-For salaries of and twenty per cent. thereon; per eftireoty;

, two hundred and fifty dollars. the Secretary oC War, aud the clerks, messenger August, eighteen hundred and fifty four, nine watchmen in tie office of the assistant treasurer I governor, three judges, and secretary, nine second April, one thousand eigEtbttndred,

Contingent Expenses I and assistant messenger in'his office, thousand four hundred and twenty dollars. at New York, thirty thousand nine hun thousand three hundred dollars. and fifty four-making. tinrW&F ?,(Kofadred: '.

'r Department of the Interior.- and for laborer employed therein, at the rate Contingent Expenses of the dred dcilars.For / i For contingent expenses of said T..':'. -yi" ..dtdFor! 'compensation* or --assistant- f- *'doorkeeper
I of four hundred and dollars salary of clerk to the I .. .
eighty a treasurer of
per annum Lhuu..4.-.l-U.i House three hundred
Navy Department.- one President's
Office Secretary of the Interior. i at the -
: fourth hundred the branch mint at SAO EVoucUco, California, and of the
per act August, eighteen ompensation mileage members 'dollar and
OQjce fcocreiarj orrbeMYavy: and sixty five twenty percent
fc'colkS, stationery, furniture, and other two thousand five hundred dollars.
J-V andfihiy.Innr tw 'ntyono thousand one hundred of the legislative assembly,officers clerk .
contingencies, and fo books and maps for l end forty dollars. For blank books, binding, sta tionery, news. For contingent expenses under the act for i and contingent of the assembly, thereon per act, twenty second April
I expenses and four
Tour &bou aud. evcn hundred dollars. papers, periodicals, and miscellaneous items, t\ie\ safe transfer and dis- one thousand eight fifty -
the library, For compensation of the clerks and messenger keeping, collecting, r twenty six thousand t dollars : Provided, That four hundred and thirty
two thousand eight hundred and forty dol birsc'crient; cf the of sixth Au. I making together eigt
t. in tie: office of the Adjutant-General!], public revenue. hereafter said compensation, mileage and contingent '
, General Land Office. thirteen thousand 'IfOUI' hundred dollars. lars. gut: eighteen hundred and forty six, ten thou- expenses shall not exceed the sums dollars. of watchman"* '
For of the clerks Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography : said dollars, addition, to premium received For compensation one. night
For cash system and military patents!, un- compensation and messenger previously sppropriated therefor. employed for the better protection of the*
," tier l laws prior to twenty eighth September, : in the office of the Quartermaster For blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous on transfer drafts : Provided, That no part : Territory of NeW Mexico.\ -For salaries buildings lying south of the Capitol,and used

eighteen bundled and fifty; patent and other. General, sixteen thousand: twohundred dol! items, seven hundred arid fifty dollars. of aid sum shall be expended for clerical of governor, superintendent of Indian affairs, as public stables and.carpenters. shops, five.

records ; tract books and blank books for lars. Bureau of Yards and Decks : seivicus. three judges, arid secretary, twelve thousandfive hundred dollars and twenty per centlhereoa
and the district land: offices binding For compensation of the clerks and. messenger !:- For compensation to special agents to examine hundred dollars second April 'thousand:
this : ; For stationery"books, plans, and drawings, act twenty ,
rials and field notes ; stationery f furniture, in the office of the Paymaster-General, : eight thousand dollars. the books, accounts, and money on For chntingent expenses of said Territory, per eight hundred and fifty four-making together .

and of same, :miscellaneous items I twelve thousand lour hundred and forty dollars. !. hand of the several depositaries, under the one thousand five hundred dollars.To hundred dollars. "" t
repairs : Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and act of sixth August, eighteen hundred and six
the interpreter
enable to employ an
innluding two of the daily city newspapers, governor For compensation of four draw keepers at
to be filed, bound, and, preserved for the use For compensation of the clerks] and messenger Repairs : forty six, five thousand dollors. or translator, five hundred dollars. the Potomac bridge, and twenty per cent.

of the office, thirty three thousand five hundred in the office of the Commissary Gen- For blank books, binding, stationery For compensation to such persons as!! may For compensation and mileage of the members thereon act twenty second April, out.

and twenty five d Jlars. eral-and for laborer employed therein at the printing, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred I be designated by the Secretary of the Treas- of the l legislative assembly, officers, thousand per eight hundred and fifty four, and

f For contingent expenses in addition, under rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per dollars. ury to receive and keep the public money, clerks and contingent expenses of the assembly for fuel, oil, and lamps-making together,

swamp land act of twenty eight September annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hun Bureau of Provisions and Clothing : under the fifteenth section of the act of sixth I twenty thousand dollars. three thousand two hundred and sixty Iii

,eighteen hundred and fifty, military bounty dred and fifty four, nine thousand six hundred For blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous August, eighteen hundred and forty six, for I For providing for fire proof vaults for the dollars. r *, "
the additional services under that ;
and eighty dollars. items hundred dollars. I required security of the archives of the Territory of of two draw keepers *-'
acts of twenty eighth September( eighteen seven I For compensation .a
cleSPs act, at the same rates provided in the act
For of tho and New Mexico, two thousand dollars, or so
hundred and and second March compensation1 messenger across the eastern branch of
fifty, twenty Bureau of Medicine and Surgery : the two bridges
eighteen hundred and fifty two, and act thirty in the office of the Surgeon General, approved second March, eighteen hundredand i i much thereof as may be necessary. the Potomac, at four hundred and fifty dollars .
For blank books and miscella- three and under the
thousand dollars. stationery, fifty same restric- I Territory of Utah.-For salaries of
five gover. thereon
first August, eighteen: hundred and fifty each, and wentper per
ous items, four hundred and fifty dollars. tic'r.3 and limitations, fifteen thousand dolJars. :
of Indian affairs three
the clerks and nor, superintendent ,
For ccmpensatiou of messenger thousand
for the satisfaction of land April, one
two, Virginia For; the General of the South II : act twenty
r warrants, twenty six thousand one hundred eight thousand in the office dollars.of the Chief Engineer, west Executive Building.-For Purposes compensationof For salarics of nine supervising and fifty judges. and secretary, twelve thousand dollars. i hundred and fifty together fo'ur, and one for thousand(foeloa and on.

dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger four watchmen of the southwest executive local inspectors, appointed nnder act thirtieth! ., For contingent expenses of said Territory, la.mps-makiug and dollars. ,
eighty -
For hundred
; to
contingent expenses necessary carry building, two thousand four hundred dol August, eighteen hundred and fifty two, forth thousand dollars.
in the office of Topographical Engin. lone doe Bailey,Brown, keeperof
;: out the provisions of the act of third For arrearages
better of the lives
:March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty eers, and for laborer employed therein at the lars. protection of pass n. I For compensation and mileage ofthe memo I II the Eastern Branch bridge! forjfx-
: upper :
For of said building gers by steamboats, with travelling and other bers of the legislative assembly, officers,
five, granting bounty! lands, to wit : For patents rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per contingent expenses incurred them I penses incurred in the yeari eighteen hun.
r annum, act fourth August, eighteen hun- viz : expenses by eighty thousand clerks, and contingent expenses of the assembly three and eighteen hundred
patent and other records, stationery, and per dollars. I dred and fifty ,
miscellaneous items undersaid act, thirteen dred and fifty four, eight thousand four hun For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous I of the Collection of Revenue from-I twenty thousand dollars. and fifty four, in the purchase of fuel, oil,
huusand dollars. dred and eighty dollars. items, three thousand eight hundred and sixty Expenses I Territory \\rashiDgton.-For salaries of and repairs of lamps, one hundred dollars.
incident to the removal of the For compensation of the clerks and messenger five dollars. I Landb.-To meet the expenses ol collectingthe I governor, !superintendent of Indian affairs, For compensation of the auxiliary:: guard
Expenses from the sales of
General Land Office from the Treasury to in the office of the Colonel of Ordnance I Post Office Department.-For compensation the several revenue land States and Territories public lands in addition in I three judges, and secretary, twelve thousand and for fuel, and oil for lamps, nineteen thou..
five hundsand dollars.
twelve thousand dollars. of the Postmaster General, three Assistant hundred dollars. ,
the western wing of the Patent: Office building i sand four
to the balances of former
: Contingent Expenses of the I Postmasters General, and the clerks, tions appropria. i For contingent expenses of said Territory, For furnance keeper at. the :President's

> record and ( files War messenger, assistant messengers and watchmen : lone thousand five hundred dollars. house, three hnndred add sixty fivdoflars.
1'or patent cases, cases! or Department.- For salaries and commissions of registers I For compensation and mileage of the mem-
of coirespondence, ceitificates, land warrants Office of the Secretary of War. of said department, and for laborers employed land offices, and receivers of public mono I bcrs of the legislative assembly, officers, For printing and publishing one Madison'l1owin thousand
the of four hundredand of James
therein at rate
of the
a.ad: other papers, repaii ing and reconstruc. and miscellaneous two hundred thousand dollars. clerks and of the copies papers
For blank books, stationery, eighty dollars annum, per act fourth ejs contingent expenses assembly the archieves of the State Department aDder
old! far they be made
ting cases, so as can
: For
items, two thousand dollars. hundred And fifty four, one expenses depositing public moueys twenty thousand dollars. direction and control of tho Joint
available and for carpets, matting, oil cloth, and thousand August; eighteen by receivers, of public moneys, thirty eight of Nebraska. salaries of the
For bocks, maps, plans, one hundred and fifty thousand eight hundred and Territory r Committee on the library of 'Congress, sixthonsanoTIbnarirProylde
and miscellaneous items, ten thousand dollars. thousand dollars.
(dollars. forty dollars.Contingent governor, three judges and secretary tea < ;that gild works
cleik hire thousand five For incidental xpansoa of the etrversl thousand five hundred dollars. I
extra ono the and that
I public printer, no
For fuel, !lights, and incidental! expentes hundred dollars. '"Exp ns s of said Department: land offices, fifteen thousand dollars. For contingent expenses of said Territory, be printed by for such printingthan th a.
the of furnance blank books and :: of the I more be paid %
attending same, including pay Office of the General : For binding stationery, Penitentiry.-For compensation I one.thousand dollars. authorized the law regulating tha

keepers, four thousand dollars. For blank books,Adjutant binding, stationery, and fuel for the General Post Office Building, i including I warden, clerk, physician, chaplain, assistant i For compensation and mileage oftbe members mount by .

Office Indian Affairs : the Anditor's Office, oil, gas, and keepers, guards, and matron of the penitentiary I of the legislative assembly, officers, public printing.And be it farther D'ated, That
mitcellaftous items, two thousand dollars. candles, day watchman: and for miscellaneous of the District Cohimbia} twelve thousand clerks and of the SEC. 2.
contingent assembly
fuel] expenses "
For blank books, binding, stationery, the first section of the act enfilttd An act
Office of the Quartermaster General : items, nine thousand five hundred dol five hundred and sixty.dollars.For I twenty thousand dollars. ,
i and lights, and miscellaneous items, includingtwo to remodel the diplomatic aw? consular systems
of the daily city newspapers, to be filed For blank books;, binding, stationery, and I lars. compensation of three inspectors of i Territory of Kansas.-For salaries of governor of the United States/passed March first
nine hundred and For repairs of the General Po t Office said: penitentfiry, seven hundred and fifty three and thousand .
bound, and preserved for the use of the office miscellaneous items, fifty judges secretary, ten eighteen hundred and fifty ffve, shall be so
for office furniture, glazing, pain- dollars.
building, | five hundred dollar .
thousand dollars. annual
two that the compensation
dollars.Office of the Commissary General: whitewashing, and for keeping the fireplaces For tho support and maintenance: of said! j For contingent expenses of said Territory, construed the as representatives of the
Penson Office fixed for diplomatic
: in order three thousand thousand and
and furnances penitentiary, ten eighty five | one thousand five hundred dollars.
For blank books, binding, stationery, advertising United States at the several countries therein
Fr stationery, binding books, furniture', dollars. dollars, including four thousand dollars for !! Judiciary.-For salaries of the chief justice '
and miscellaneous items, two thou. enumerated, shall be the same as therein specified
and repairing the same, and miscellaneous Printing for Executive: Departments.-For furnaces. J of the Supreme Court and eight associate whether such .

items, including two of the daily city newspapers sand five hundred dollars. paper and printing for tho executive departments : For defraying the expenses of the supreme>, judges, fifty four thousand five hundred therefor respectively be oi the,grades' representatives at

to he tiled, bound, and preserved for Office of the Chief Engineer: including the .annual, statement: of I circuit, aud district courts of tho United States I dollars.' shall of the bill existing of
the or a
the use of the office. eleven thousand five For blank books! bindinjr- stationer- and commerce and navigation, and annual estimates including the District of Columbia ; also for ; For salary of the circuit judge of California 'I' the time of passage and that such' compensationshall

hundred dollars. I.miscellaneous items, including two daily of appropriations, fifty five thousanddollars. jurors and witnesses::;, in aic of the funds arising four thousand five hundred dollars. superior grade; from the first'day of J al .
For in the said office nine hundred dollars. from fines, and forfeitures incurred commence ,
contingent expenses Washington papers, penalties, For.salaries of the district judges, one hundred and five the ,
as period
hundred ,
under the bounty land act of third March, ; in the fiscal ending June thirtieth I eighteen fifty
Office of the Sugeon General : Mint of the United Stales. I year and one thousand two hundred and fifty I in said act. '
one thousand eight hundred and fifty five : hundred and fifty seven, and previous designated
I For blank books, binding, stationery, and At Pbiladtlphia.-For salaries of the director dollars. SEC. 3. And btf it further .enacted,- That
" For rent of rooms, stationery> engraving : years ; a-id! likewise for defraying the expen. : For salaries of the Chief Justices of the .
miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars. treasurer, assayer, meltcr refiner, the Secretary of War be authorized to'employ
plites for bounty land warrants, paper, and ses of suits in which the Ui.ited States are District of Columbia, the associate judges, I
coiner and assistant those allowed by law
Office of the Colonel of Ordnance : chief engraver assayer I in addition to now
prining:: the same, binding books, blank book assistant melter and refiner, and seven clerks concerned, and of prosecutions for offences 1 and the judges of the criminal court, and the of class four, in the office'of the
for office furniture and miscellaneous For blanks books, binding, stationery! and I the United States and for I one clerk
register, seven thousand and nine hundred dol committed against orphans': court, eleven thousand seven hundred Colonel of Topographical Engineers, and to
items, twenty thousand dollars. miscellaneous items, nine hundred aud fifty twenty the safe keeping of prisoners, one million f dollars. I clerk from class two and add one
For compensation of four night watchmenand dollars. lars.For dollars. Office of the Attorney General.-For salaries I take one
of workmen and adjusters, six- class four in his office; that the Secretaryof
one day watchmen for the eastern wingof Office of the Colonel of Topographical Engineers four thousand wages dollars. I For rent of Surveyor General's office in I of the Attorney General and the clerks to1 the Interior be authorized to employ in his

the Patent Office, occupied by tha Secre. : For incidental and contingent expensea including I Oregon, fuel, books! stationery, and other and messenger in his office, eighteen thousand I! office one clerk of class four, in addition to

tary. of the Interior, three thousand dollars. For blank books, binding, stationery, and wastage, in addition to other available I incidental evpenses, three thousand dollars.: i and forty dollars. those now allowed by law, and temporarily.
For Contingent of the Eastern For office rent for the Surveyor General of of the office of the !
expenses miscellaneous items, one thousaad two hun funds, seventy five thousand dollars. i i For contingent expenses clerk of class two to take charge of the
Wing of the Patent Office Building.-For f fa- dred dollars. For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved I I Washington Territory, fuel, books, stationery: Attorney General, one thousand five hundred one returns;' and the Secretary of the

el l, light?, and incidental expenses, two thou. For the General Purposes of the Northwest at the mint, threo hundred dollars. : and other incidental expenses, till ee thousand dollars.: Treasury census, be authorized to employ,one clerk

sand five hundred dollars.! Executive'Building.-For compensationof For transportation of bullion ffom New I dollars. For lEgal assistance! and other necessary of class three in the office of the Fifth Audi
For the Preservation of the Collections of For rent of Surveyor General's office in I in the of land
disposal private
four watchmen of the northwest executive York office to the United: States mint expenditures; tor, and to take'one clerk from class two and
the Exploring Expcdition.-For compensation doll assay I Kansas ana Nebraska, fuel, books!!, stationery claims in California, twelve thousand dol
building, two thousand four hundred for coinage: len thousand dollars. add one to class three and add ono to class
'; of keepers)and watchmen therefor, and l For the purabase of new fixtures and machinery I and other incidental expenses, three thou lars.For four in the offico of the, Reguter; ,and such

for laborers employed at the rate offour hundred lars.For compensation of two laborers of the twenty one thousand dollars.At sand dollars. purchase of law and necessary books, be necessary to carry into effect

and eighty dollars per annnm, per act northwest executive building, nine hundred New Orleans.-For salaries of superintendent For office rent for the Surveyor Generalof and binding for the office of the Attorney the sum provisions as may of this section to the thirtiethof

fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty and sixty dollars. I treasurer assayer, coiner, melter, Utah Territory: fuel books, stationery! General, one thousand five hundred dol June, eighteen.. hnndred and fifty seven ism

four,.three thousand two hundred and ten For fuel. ligh't, and miscellaneous items, I, and refiner, and three _clerks] eighteen thou furniture and other incidental expenses, three lars.For hereby-- appropriated out of any money In'the
dollars. thousand dollars. of Mexican and
.. the purchase Spanishlaw '
four thousand dollars. sand three hundred dollars.For not otherwise appropriated; and to
For contingent two hundred Fr compensation of a translator in tho books for the office of the Attorney General treasury:
the six
expenses For the General Purposes of Building wages of workmen, twenty thousand enable the Secretary of War to employ tarn
m. dallars. comer of F and Seventeenth Streets.-For eight hundred and ninety dollars. office of the Surteyor General of New Mexi- I five hxndred dollars.! clerks in the office of the Quartermaster .

: Surveyors General and their Clerks.-For compensation of superintendent and four For incidental and contingent expenses, In- co;two thousand dollars. For fuel and labor for the office of the Attorney porary General on bounty land service,'fivathoo-!
compensation of the surveyor general northwest said and foY two ]laborers other available For rent of the Surveyor General's officein General), five hundred dollars.
watchmen for building, : eluding wastage in addition to sand dollars and that the same u,hertby also
of the Ohio, nd the clerks in his officeeight employed therein, at the rate of four funds, eighteen thousand and ten dollarg. New Mexico, fuel, books, stationery, and For office furniture and book cases tor ,.
thousand three hundred dollars. other incidental expenses, three thousand office of Attorney General, five hundred dol! appropriated.Sic.
dollars ,
hundred and eighty per annum per : 4. And be it further enacted, "That
For. compensation of the surveyor"general act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty For the increased compensation of clerksin collars. lars. enable the 8eeretary8tatstopyt th.
of Illinois and Missouri and the clerks in biB"office For compensation in part, for the mes en of commission to
four, three thousand six hundred and ten dol tbs branch mint at New Orleans, under For contingent expenses clerks in his office ot clas four J21e.1&2MeompenutloD
five thoas&ud eight hundred and twenty the twenty third section of the act of third ger in charge, of tie main furnace in the Capitol for codifying laws of District of Columbia aa was paid jto. tio'.taaa.class
dollars. lars.For of firemen and three huddred and fifty dollars,and twenty including necessary books, six hundred dol '
fuel, compensation March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty in other executive departments from tb*-firstof '
second .
For compensation of the surveyor general : miscellaneous items, four thousand eight hundred five for the ending thirtieth June, one per cent. thereon, per act twenty lars.For eighteen hundred and fifty &TM, to-
year July,
of Louisiana and the clerks in his office four I dollars. thousand eight hundred and fifty six, six hundred April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty compensation the District Attorneys the thirtieth Jnn vetghte Q'died..W. fifty
thousand.four hundred and sixty one dollars Navy Deparlment.-For compensation of dollars.At four, making together four hundred and twenty eleven thousand three. hundred and fifty dollars. fire, uclnslvV\ the_ sum of twenty QM. bandrd .

and ninety five cents. the Secretary of the Navy, and the clerks, Charlotte, North Carolina.- For salaries dollars. and eight 'and Mftety
For compensation of the surveyor'general and assistant in his office coiner and For compensation to the laborer charge For compensation of tha marshals, nine lent: oJ ,
messenger, messenger of superintendent, assayer six and the,cam ,
Florida, and the clerks in his office. five and for laborer employed therein, at the clerk six thousand dollars. of the water closets in the Capitol, three hundred thousand eight hundred dollars. i b "money 'la- MjApI

thousand five hundred dollars.For rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per For, workmen, three thousand five and sixty five dollars, and twenty percent For salary of? the reporter of the decisions p appropriated.any .
of the generalof bundled : wages tbereotoy per' act twenty second April, of the Supreme Court due.' thousand three oter : ,
compensation surveyor annum,'per act August, eighteen I hundred dollars. four- SJ, ibsjlr ror&er' enacted, That
Wiigongjn! aDd- Iowa, and the clerks in and fifty four,'twenty nine thousand two. For incidental and contingent expenses, including : one thousand eight hundred and fifty hundred d ollars. the -'5.A marine! l la the ftsnriee;.*f'tfeUnited
mi"'ofiiJe, eght? thousand three hundred dol. 'hundred dollars. wastage in addition to other available I making together four hundred and thirty eight For salaries of two commissioners to codify pay Stteibo'er. ewja

For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau funds,' two thousand one hundred dollars. dollars. },.WI of the District of Colombia, six 1 thousand sleians knowa* i f Mftrfa! *;&*M,.6.
lars.JJ to the public gardener, t .
compensation oflhe surveyor general, of Ordnance and Hydrography, and the .. For compensation dollars. tlonedlat th W ai1gte .

2! Arfcanas, .and tie clerks fa bis office eight clerks and messenger in his office, and for laborer At Thlb onega, Georgia..For salaries, of twelve hundred (dollars, and second twenty r cent. Court of ,dajjps.-For salaries of three -Yu,1 .. ;.
April 'bat.1
one '
', OUl&od three hundred dollars.fc employed'therein, at the, rate of fourhundred superintendent, coiner, assayer; and clerk, 1 thereon, per act twenty four makingtogether judges of the Court of Claims, the ,solicitor, ._. .' .. ':
rk and ,
hundred and fifty 4l
ftrjd deputy assistant
thousand ,
eight solicitor
'Fo.f..comptol&ti the :surveyor-general and dollars : .. annum, assistant : : M.
4f !: eighty per per six thousand dollars. onetfhousand four hundred and forty thereof O'4fx iJ
and ,twentyseven
Or ,W the clerks in his office, termteudred act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty, For wages of workmen, two thousand clerks, messenger" ;
dollars. . i*
thousand ,
dollars : -
: >
dol.CaSSoraiCaad hundred and ; ; .
Jbar twenty dollars. .
thousand twO' ?
and ft enty four, twelve hundred and eighty .
1U .l&Dd r.cm,;. eight iri For compensation. ,of sixteen :laborers>> employed 'For stationery, fuel,'ga 'Ubr,. ;..printing) .S "
*&ad .utlelgh ; ,dollars. For 'Incidental and contingent expenses in the public grounds.and: Igrf&dent'tgarden : .misie1le6n1teflfOt.the Court of grand; *V' f.
F ;eomp. "tioii Pthe urva7ot'1 g5l alt compensation'of the ,Chief of the Ba. eluding wastage, in additional to other avail. ,at forty dollars'per month each, and sue CUims 'three thot aiM d U*n:.. ** pe" :" ',: :

.o. th.: ,Urka -in, Irisdb.1bidr1d. offie. !, ,reaa ofNav/'YaMs Docks, and the civil able funds, two thousand dollars.At 'salaries ''twenty per cent,thereon, per'act twenty second -. For ,fees'of.witnet8VUjbehalf of Uia got.r .' App, r At. : ; ..

1ti- ...... and sixteejJ engine*?, clerks I ,and messenger i in his office; San. Francisco, Cl iromia.-For assayer, April.'one! thousand 'eight hundred: and ient,'fn tile 'Court;, f.C1alms'sidpf- '' \- .

'clo\1araIDd, ., Ifty Ightcenti. :, _. :and foi1aboremp1oed'therehrftt: the rate of .superintendent! treasurer five clerks, fifty fourr-making, together? ';nine .thousand gents or attorqeya'toJ appointed:: by tbt solicitor I ..

'P"Dr.lcomf'lllltn.,. .. "' ..t... Q '0 0.t,.the IDrftLl": ; gfD L._'L- of..four hundred, ;and eighty dollars; per annum melter and refiner, coiner, and two hundired'and sixteen dollars.!: ..\ ". therjoffto. ':atte'Dato; the UkJsg ofd! ; .
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or .r-'T" rri to d er. aD -per Act fourth August-eighteen:hundred and twenty eight thousand dollars. For compensation'! of: .the .keeper 'of the 1 'thoniand :fiv* Iroodred dol-J' ,

....;: .W '!Dd, .. .. .f. ... :4 l fifty (our;fifteen1,thousand i nine hundred dol. for.wage.- workmen thousand1and and adjusters( two ,l hundred one,. western gate. Capitol Square,'_seven]honoredand 1ronsr: \ 4' '... ;. !
U' 4 .1.f sao aIJtI. talL ., hundred and.seventy ,thirty'dollarsa anti twenty percent there = aalanet jof tb. ,

/ 'J?, ::ju.I': ,. ,# ''0t be.-Rm1 r-yger1 tr.1N r TorfcoinpTnsatlon:! of the Chief of' the:Bu- dollais. .. on/per,act twenhr :iwcond_"April,' poe..tbaua-,, .;. "Y'n"ift11iUoUed: : 'St...tea;:" t'

.:.01 wSSVafi.A.:d tiiD.tla: office,; '?,nG.et ,.Coaitruet1onE4nefltipar1sn1ofthe, 'andRe-, For: incidental' and contingent expenses. 'available iD. and eight.hundred jrod.fifty four miking toe :;; 'tork"; BattonCfcsrl? : i,ii a St'Ixraia' ,., < 1'

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iiR '! lDU fii[ Extract of a Letter from an,ymw.r.y-cI d :'The e/Htor'of ,Savannah 7JGl1'N_ f at- to Railroad, in in your'bap r.bfib23d inst signed"! one seeking Mlodc1SMuth. fcreTaoWlip of UttJi.'*.

Fla. 6 I8.e' .early de- jin tockLold at Brubawkk question of County, subscription Us V how veri *
,Hay tended meeting';of ra for inf' t1nation.?. 'iVanswer to LU first question expects to ,teeth thu hv 1
vonred I,do all fay* "rSt1D .bi bed "'*" Brunswkk den is not to b. regarded as a compliance with I often uu*
: - by mnsqaitoe* t.b 18th' Inst;thus'speaki ,i f i ItsRoa& : J} article of the llthinsti -coati dtis,
under thfe -which wiU ,account for tins letter OA v and timdjr notice naveeriy-tojtferfc! \}< niy V
due that
TALLkitAE : bats '- : 0 tf thfe Statae lathe premises, Vut It (not true JWw Drummciid LSI
t \ belatr in pencilFor the last tenda$1 haVe not "- ".. r' f. V 8.L. the I have'no'good rWon'oJ' changing t2i)-opin ftrtd the but fli! b.n CJ
: :. ., V 1 I. that,.thisv and this _alone, is to.L Q appointment{ ifteraoon auiigrflpie
V V been able : desk and Iliave slept but ;l i1ike' considerable'.number of st1l1ngert given tho T rydayVobservation'only.tcnd
to write aVtay ww Ionthere cxprewedi tttt, on contrary detpateh.WBJ sent to a Western L
$AmRDAiLTO. ; 18ST.Alrttcrfrom '. twq nighMwfcf the ante period:" The men are :in the city, drawn,there'by the meeting of,*t ck-, V gv4 rtkHhe Uttot politWl, faith: in our.,County :. to confiri* me 'in t.- name officially concealed fcr tin tfeseBtrttiJ lUll WhOS,

: bitter offUantam, and they are, not far from BeingusedBp. : flections this filial l propose'to .offer a few reflectioi" about ing it to him. Becent information .
olders of the Brunswick road. Leaving then : the second tkne, I left Lu etnw"--
: OcaUijiatedthc Uth inst sa .. Beside the mosquitoes we are troubled disI I through columna for the comiJerallon of I' planting our ferop. Involie7 hitherto *
I" in fact the of the Main Trunk with Dr. re1"en your of the best of the first plalltiDg.ln order coatettpktedti
and nearly cuss question
with ud twenty acre* Utah *
'The, Spring in-East "Florida baa been the most acurvy dysentery of Gadsden. ft has become quite common condition of now being such as to rwiulrl
aU the ills that flesh is heir to.- It would take the and :our friend Sneed, of Republican, ye tooka the yo-ters of to satisfy my mind as to 'what it would do.; at measures Troops in ,j.
and other gorous
backward ever We bad from to V the public means v
two win
; rmeb. Indians at least twenty years to Jail as many meaas V ride over the Brunswick Road to its present thresh press least one half of which Is dead and the renutinderisVdy1ng sent thither probably under CcmmandSn *
V during the month of April, in six months. A soldier to dwelt somewhat .
the climate of Florida does authority
infomflU'ScXhigk ,
f Aamluutration '
\N ec he terminus, about two miles beyond the SatUty. riyer, ,atth rate of'te percent per day.- ney The Is anxious toad at
as a consequence the are' very backward, knows that he is food for powder, and consequently 'ingubriou-ly oVWthe alleged slow advancementof in this important manner, one*
V V ep of a distance of about thirty-two miles fromJBrunswick. --. time for to be gathered next
at the prospect being When it comes crops
but since the first of, M weather. has,been never grumbles the :'at race of JarmaPrduc late obstruction judiciary pro/eeflojT&Adth.J?
house, Without The through a'-Very fciel r'abfJ Florida in S will be vindicate
; shot; 1.IuL hen they are keptin a pest roadpassis fall, Jam satisfied that my opinion fully counts frequently received relative
S. Vnn, and te'er and cottonlittvemntaiimjn vcd, other to look forward to trut death, veiiih ". compared to her sister to QP o"
V\ bidding fair,for a good crop 1(we can get rain. It they any cannot help thing grumbling. generally poor country, peculiar nothing sir Its or creation of the 'rcat remedy-the Ala- I notice the same account given_ of the by the Mormons, of those -who do not loIolr
and .
like the extensive and truly picturesque graves of palmetto Southern States; condition of the cotton in Georgia Alabama, their fraternity.
now becoming and the old corn Is be- lighting down. laere is something story in th front crop
i Te d in trees .which here amidst the din's Lamp, that is at once t? place ? Mr. Mcfch excitement has existed (
: .c told of Astor, who employed a beggar moving grow pine8andtojtk. :" the Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana ; so or anent da
: for the
gto41fer- in
-. _.. ,- V-V -_ .t -. Jc. V" stones from one end of the cellar to the other, and height of forty and fifty feet The road thoug&generally rank to make us a formidable competitor is In. I Editor, if I am mistaken about this matter, I am not sUe past ed discovery Ptl1lioD"9unau"ut4lnsi"e in toOIeQlIfDe" v't&4

V An.AJtalltlOBtat Tlattluc' Ctoorelsu :when he got through required him,to move J.a .them At well constructed and ironed with good proud title of Empire State of the Couth, the only one, by odds. It is said, that experienceis er WhitIng. a 'clOielD'bt1ptIoDtoUDdDo fraud Cotnmlisioa
I back the
repeat same process every ) .Railroads, ?
.Among the visitors a Brswick Geo., dug the end of the second day the man, although he received rails, is not so smooth at our other Georgia roads, ternal Improvements. The cry is now, was a dear school" and It Is wild farther, that fools of venality, bnt discovered that clerk \hla ha4

the Stockboldm' *, meeting tat city, was the good wages, desired to be released from the owing, as we understood, to the fact,that'chairs' Railroad It Is no great while since that cr: i will learn at no other. A hint to the wise ia sufficient extended undue facilities to an agent for ch&I.

notorious THTKLOW W U formerly the editor of contract, as his work was doing no one good. lie have been dispensed with at the joints of the rails. Banks Banks. And our people, from Goverucrand In reply to his second work where the in-tile resign
less in
Journal and preferred getting wages a The bridge over the Satilla is a substantial and du- Council to the least informed centry, his
? the Bl Republican Albany Evening end would be of advantage to some one. It is precisely V bank81 established c."n say of a truth,-that I advised him to plant I A letter from Mr. Dennbon Indiaa sgg at r.sents ,

'_ then .now the fast fricndjof William H. Seward, the same way with u*. We know that if rable structure. At the present terminus of the were seized with the mania. A the second time consequently I have no "cxpectatio" .I the accounts of Pawneedepredations to bt

V of New York. It was matter of surprise t see his every Indian should be killed to-morrow good road beyond the Satilla, a little town has sprung the faith and credit of the entire civil community crop about the matter. much exaggerated These Indians 3.0CO or .

would arise from it Lower Florida would be as for the capital and I in number are in a starving condition.-
name appearing in the proceedings of the meeting as up among the pine trees. was solemnly that the third question was in hta
unhabitable it is It is nonsense to that I am of 0niniou. I ted upon the whites for suppo. d
as now. oh infatuation- wrongs. IA
say in debt But I
referred to, but that surprise ceased on reading the one hundred and fifty Indians have stopped emigra- Here we got a very good dinner, all the better we were tended as 0. sort or burlesque, if so, a fool should be I council which Dennison held with them; d1d

following explanation in the New York Herald: tion. If the land had been worth cultivation, the perhaps for sharp appetites, and after a half hour's read Sec. 24th of the act of incorporation : After answered according to his folly"-bat I forbear. I not deny that some young men of theirti.J"1ft

: THTJELOW WEE GOnG to GEORGIA.-"We eee byte AnglcKAmerican race would have paid very little rest, we returned-to Brunswick with a goodly number paying the interest upon the bonds issued by the None but old Il.\d weak-minded persons are I guilty of misdemeanors, but none of so lAom s aZ

attention to red The Western Indians, and the management, the 'urplux women I ture as to warrant the whites in taking the It
Tribune Thurlow Weed TbitngGer Jhe men. of passengers oil their way to the railroad meet Territory expense > comet will strike," or Bf.
tha purs who far warlike than the Seminoles, troubled as to where fc one ol then 1ti t'.L They said they
our readers are more appear be held the V of said bank shall be used as additional were wiDJwr
notify ing to rming profits
that they need not be scton the to have hindered but little the settlement of day. whether it will strike" at all.'n: balance cf Ms I to make a treafr!' t0.U placed on all e-iu*! footinj
Having given the important action of the meet- capital until the accumulated surplus shall equal the "With Otofs, Missourians and Omahas.P
11 for notice. :
visit of the of the Although Weed is the.Upper MissUsippL communication is too to ca
King Lobby. trashy _
of the bonds issued and after this _
amount pointwas
f -
ing, we will not recur tt its proceedings than CII
.:director of the Underground Railway and a prominent We find the above in some of our exchanges, and more Very truly yours'
sympathizer with runaway negroes, there is to say that from what wt could learn of the sentiment gained, the subsequent profits were to be distributed I : !trrcTs or tux Ctora w SOCTHXM Omo-jK
it matter of amusement to our readers.It JAM 3T. Ku..oOItE.May
as a
no.danger of his attempting to stir up an insurrection of the stockholders present the resolutions by resolution of the Legislature. Alas! i! Dayton Journal of the lCth init, says:-Th, lit!
Thurlow will recognized as the same story told so often 25th, 1857. !I rains have had a wonderful effect tie
of the slaves Although
I for tho calculation of short-sighted man. The accumulated j upon BrowW
i the will Meet with
passed by meeting I
Gerga who had very general 1- -._ -- wheat, and fields) that
like n'.ggva pretty a still greater pasW..J.1 before by a certain class of army officers were supposed to afford .{
.; %" "*.- .d :there is not a drop of rather in chamber" than approval by the people of South-western Georgia, profits of the Bank have never been distributed LATER FROM UTAH. i I a"poor 11 ow" (,.( a crop, now give prou,,, 0.
a lady's
philanthropy in his present mission4,0.knighted caper nimbly and of the well-judging friends of Brunswick."After among the people of Florida or the unfortunate Another Mormon Outrage-Dlcpenlon of /air, if not an abundant yield. The frosts-aad fr .
Its object is entirely Among -- Kip; f\RT -And rations by serving on the. the IT. 8. Court "Which *
Georgians. it was feared would
fnancial. the meeting Thursday there wiU 11 bond holders of Europe, and I would not tee seriously lnjOM tU

other schemes pushed through frontiers of Florida. Such ftfilnty toldirrt ought to. auction sale of building lot.. Some entylght envy me fcuiuga .hu<, uny leaenng rpirli of the e le not hprflt all, and the protpect ota
e. at the last session of Congress was one for the eetaolishmcnt I be excused by the.8t'cretary of War and allowed to the Dally Tlmea, dated Croat Salt Lake City, Utah fine .f kinds u now
of naval station Brunswick' Geor- lots were sold, at an price of about f:200 Union Bank might enjoy upon registering l.is name crop most faror
a near cat their pork and beans in a country not pesteredwith average Territory, March 5th :- Ue. st.1tgct'err therefore although the
gie, Thnrlow W'e Simonton, Matteson, and others One would infer after reading eaclu The lots are generally laid off too snail for in a public Hotel in Europe, as from "Florida in the The U. S. District Court for Utah commenced its has Leon rather"u.'Jta8o.DWe' .ceordill to ve all tiw la-

I members of and the lobby-who were mosquitoes." building purposes, being only 30 feet frort, by 00 United Stat-s." If it be true then that as a State session on Monday, the Oth of February,Judge Stiles, i i man reckoning, the ijdicatioas-of a bonoteous liar-
this extract that the writer thereof
u, Afterwards kicked oat of Washington-secured pos- precious and 120 foot iu depth. The Bale was contiiued on we are a slow going coach," here is the secret to a seceding Mormon, occupying the b'ench. The U. i vest of all that the earth can bring forth, are u fc.orable .

V eessfca; ef a island suitable for naval purse thinks that protecting the lives of women and children unravel the mystery. We have beena* debt-ridden S. District Attorney is 'Hosea Stout, an appointee, \ perhaps as if the it3on had been aide to
when hundred lots
bill and the Friday, porno more sold.-
pushe the through, induce from the savage attacks of "one hundred and were of course, of the Government at Washington, and a : conform to the programme of 'tose who eotii Jw
to select their course the government We saw one eligible wharf lot sold for 'people; our would be statesmen and politicians have <
Nary !te fifty Indians" is doing no one good"-.and aboveall very 2,7uO. noted member of the Danite Band. Upon the oPi-n-1 themselves the best judges of what cpnttitut good
would have to pay four or five times the The city is very handsomely out and we 'Leen'iioniry theorist We have established ing of llc Court he rose and stated that no weather for the crops. .
that had been disbursed Weed Simonton that such a work" ought not to be comparedwith
sum by ,
Banks without jftid built Railroads Jury would be there
observed nuinbir of capital without empanneled, as were no cases I
Matteson & Co., even allowing for a thousand dollar the personal comfort of the rank and file. In a considerable new luildings, to be presented worthy of its notice Thus, by one TEXAS Caors.-From the interior we are now dal.

draft to make Greeley a stool pigeon for the second this, however, the public will differ with him.- chiefly residences, going up on Mrcels that are oth- means and the result was failure as inevitablyas stroke of uxa terly policy, administered by; an officer ly receiving encouraging reports of the gnnrin
time. Weed now to Georgia to look the erwise the effect follows cause. We would like to know Planters have-at last good stands
goes up Moreover,the rather contemptuous manner in which only distinguishable by stakes with I of the law and in tie nane of its majest were covered crop of eottoi
V titles and make final arrangements, including a di- he which they are marked, and the absence of the trees I what the bt. Joseph and lola Railroad stock j is up a long catalogue of heinous offences, including and corn in all the lower portions of the BtaU-
of these hundred and
vision of the spoils-including, perhaps, anotherthousaM speaks same one fifty and bushes which have been cut down. The now worth ? It requires some effort to tall to I Imind murders robberies and arsons which had been while higher up, the wheat promise to make a
dollars be received ] to be Indians" sounds somewhat environs much better than
-to by Greeley, strangely, capecinllywhen committed since the last preceding term of the showing was anticipated a monti
paid to some' mysterious third person. So the people it i is remembered that they are at this very of the city are very h'nutiful-the atmosphere that important fact in the Mitorv" of Florida Court A Petit Jury was then summoned and ago. There will be, we are led to think not J IMS

of Gera need not be alarmed. Thurlow U time defying the army of the United Statec, this continually stirred by the fresh sea breeze, I i that we at one time had such a Railroad, sworn, but every'imaginable impediment that could than half a nillion bushels of wheat raised ia the

only playing a farce after the Washington comedy is at this season delightful." and that our rc urces should thereby have beenwondcd1ly be thrown in their to obstruct the current of most thickly settled portions of the wheat country.
officer" included. If way
few aiui in.
V of last winter, and the audience has a they are so so I Sugar is and
prettyround cane growing
t pay finely, a Urge and uxu-
when running counter to the edict of the
". --- developed in the opinion of its projee.tors. justice
sum for admission. ferior in warlike" character to the Westcin Indians Priesthood availed of. factorycrop is anticipated On the whole it U

V The Savannah Republican, in copying this morceati why are they not eubdued ? it maybe true, GOOD NEws FROM run SCGMI CHOP.-The .N,V t I would also like to be satifaetoriIyinfornied All the members, were of the bar are Mormons, except ;. thought that notwithstanding all'the backsets the

remarks.. As the editor and proprietor of the as he says, that if the Seminoles were. all killed, Orleans True Delta, Saturday lust, h3 a lengthy why the Railroad from Tallahassee to St. Marks Mr. David H. Burr. United States Surveyor: General, I planters have met this spring, the result of the pm-

article on Our Sugar Prop ; abandoned the engine after a sl.ort and Di lust, an officer in the United states Indian tnt crops will show a large increase over then of
Herald seems to take such an interest in our comfort lower Florida would be as uninhabitable: as it is f" :, ia which it My : many years ago t' Gcnx
any previous year. seasons from this
we will mention the fac that during ThurlowWeed's now," but this is no reason why the war should "Within the last fn days reports from all portions trial and resorted to mule power ? It will not do to DcpaigRnt Chief ustice Kinney These about gentlemen a were admitted in order by to i insure as good a result as can be dtriri ootwill -

visit t this city we felt perfectly safe, andS stop, and no proof that the presence of the Indians of the 'sugar growing sections of our State have come say the road bed was not sufficient for the engine- attend to some controversies connected year ago with their I Houston Tel., May 7.

we are tolerably certain that all the citizens of Savannah does not prevent emigration. The well known J:cl, I pourisg in, and all, without exception, convey the a little repair would have made it so then, as it official positions, and to an important case that was THe TKXSESSM Want Caor.-The KnoxrCI,

V participated in the same feeling of security, that from time to time persons are .:'aed by them, most cheering snrances of the prospects of the has recently. To my mind the Railroad Company then tried, and which involved a large amount of Whig ap-tlThere has been sown an unusually

"found themselves much in the predicament of the property belonging to a citizen who was not a:Iormon. large amount of wheat in East Tennessee, and If the
as we did not hear of any extra police being on du is a reason why they gbo: j be removed and the growing crop. The sharp cold spells and the keen
they have not practiced however, since season is good from this to harvett there will bt
ty. It will no doubt be gratifying to Brunswick t fact that murd'N are committed keeps people from frosts, which have inspired so much apprehension, individual who was presented with an Elephant.The .- then, until the present term of the court when they crop gathering that will astonish the natives. If a

know*how those disinterested }"trot from the emu ting to the Conn des bordering the Indian have left no regretful traces, an.l on all tides the best feed ran away with .the profit. The result agreed to do so at the earnest solicitation of Mr. T. nothing happens to the growing crop, in view of

north pushed the bill for establishing a a\ Depot ) country, where the great bulk of the public lands feeling is entertained that the crop of this season proved that a country must be ready for a Railroad & Williams, who had some very interesting cases to the amount that has been sown, it will yield ourpeople'

it is built and if the Road be forced prosecute.It in the thirteen counties of this end cf
before through the
: at Island through V Ths will far in value if not in absolute
; Blythe ttle" mav lay, for no prudent man is desirous of taking wife surpass yield, id contended by the Mormons that the United State $2,000,000.
it will fail to be and becomean
not have satisfied Mr. Weed, is the probable reason and children near such dangerous neighbor These any ever heretofore grown in-Louieiana." prematurely supported I States Court has no cognizance of any but United -. .

he made e4I expense upon the State or be abandoned by in States and that all offenses committed in the Two Phases Know
some final arrangements" to close his considerations show that, although the officer" in cases, Xothlnglsm.
RIULT5 MOB LAW. It ia dividuals. Should not then be warned these and all territorial suits be tried before We
business or refreshing to read, in we by territory, must clip the following from the New Haven Rec'
at the south. question "rite"C:1l., he fails to take
an enlarged
The Louisville Journal a fierce denunciation of considerations not to suffer ourselves to be carried the territorial courts, and by the territorialI later:
view of the effect the presence of the Indians has Judge Lvnch, the day after Louisville laws. Starting this while the court
I published very I upon| pretext I II
zeal of few I "
by the intemperate a men, In the senate of Massachusetts the
Freights to New York and St. Marks. on emigration." had"been disgraced 1)tile deliberate murder away was in progress on the 12th nIt, the Mormon members proposed eoastitutimal -

MR. EDITOR-I wish as a consumer call your I V of four wretched men by a mob of respectable citizen them biassed in their judgments by private interest of the bur, und others of the Danite band. Inveigled I amendment requiring adopted citizens to

attention to the exorbitant rates of Freight t charged Wheat Crop of Tennessee-Bad A'eiva for *, The Journal is unsparing in iM deminua- or an imaginary prosperity to the entire community I Judge Stiles into a privale room, locked the reside before in the State allowed two years after being naturalized

Croaker. tions, calling the ruffians who perpetrated the foul in their opinion to be the result of such door, barred the windows, and then with revolvers I being to vote, was adopted by a
goods from New Orleans St. : vote of 25 to 9. ThisisM&ssachuiKttalnow
shipped to
upon :arJ deed "inhuman fiends," and telling the people of I at his head, and knives within an inch of his throat, ncihinjinn. -
We recently conversed with an work. We are just emerging from the depreMing In Now York the
in comparison with the same description shipped to intelligent gen- that city that the linger of the world's scorn is already ; forced him to promise to uphold them in whateverI property qualification for
tleman from Tennessee, the Journal fit Commerce effect of the faith pledging, bond issuing Bank : negroes is not only to be abolished, (says the Alls-
New York. You will find, on examination of the says pointed at them. It is most encouraging to I they did, and to sustain the laws ofLtAh .

last New Orleans that there is no 'hin answer to our inquiries, informed us, know that there is one paper that has the courage scheme. A considerable portion of the} real estate I* 1 has overpowered, 'threatened sn-1! intimidated, ny Argus,of) but that the three years' residence heretofore
claaa. This
fan in the statement PceCrent annexed. Are merchantsdoing that the wheat crop throughout that State never and mahine:!* to tell thchfllf-savnjre people of their of Florida is yet encumbered by mortgages to the : Judge Styles yielded, dismissed! the jury, and adjourned i nothingism.required In State five h Ntw York is know
one short
conduct and the years toa
criminal to honestly hold uo, for their court, tlirattint the crier to
looked better, and that the surface covered it Bank. These mortgages will soon have to l'e pro- pronounce : term for white
jn tke t their cu.tmer in longer submittingto by contemplation, inevitable reeulta of their lawless it r.djourr.eJ sins die. The crier accordingly announced a a man, and in another tare*

the extortion? I they think they are, i i time is 25 per cent. greater than last year, when it was violence. If f there were but a frw more such out- 'vided for, as the Bank will soon be numbered with the court iuljourn slue die, but fi!!> stated : years is too long a ten for a negro" I Well blaskrepnthicar.isrn

for thc:Consumers 'to ct/nC ct .plan toY doing awey larger than ever before. The f present crop will be spoken i>aj>ers in the Southwest The Louisville the wonders of the past. Let us not then sacrifice that it would meet the next day for the purpose I I is n queer. .nfair..

the A CONSUMER. ready for harvesting in about a month, and in a Journal, we should not no frequently be compelled the tfiity benefit we derived from our sad experiencein g, of transacting any Trrritoritl business tbat might I A NrwROAD -
"it XoMoy. to chronicle the acts Judge Lyncn. to the great Union : be brought before it. The judge, at the bidding of Foa CANADA.-Three railway tonaI -
month more some cf it may be in the hands of our connection with the Bank. I allude! to I mitt t's,now in session at Hamilton Canada
of American inbtitutioni- 3itnc : artI
disgrace [ I the Dunlins, notified the U. S, Marshal. Mr. Dod on,
FBQCHT I FEEIOUT meichants. By means of the Chattanooga Rail that feature in our State Constitution, which debars f that after that his wouli not be I bringing to light fraud and corruption in connection
day required -
.f.: Tort from Sew &ia.u.t Ifarltfrom Few Orlaus. Quite refreshing" indeed, to read in The Lou I :I with railway matters almost inconceivable. Ths
road, and other Railroads to the Atlantic Coa t, it our Irgl-Ltturc from issuing bonds or pledgingthe in the court that as Territorial business was

Flour Pork V tf bbl..20@2e.Pot 1 bbL.bW...... .Llo 73i came forward very promptly last year, and the isville Journal a fierce denunciation Judge Lynch faith of the State in aid of cny corporation, to be transacted, the Territomranarshul would, Toronto ascertained Colonist ssys the great isct which has been
clearly to far is. that there is
hhd.... tl.25 C1I'Flour j f hhd.. published the very after Louisville had been with such bailiffs and officers as he might appoint grutneed
Boni f. same will be the case this year, and hereafter, in which in all probability! suggested by that experience. a road to the thi Parliament
hh&.... hhd.. officers Penitentiary from
$2 @'il (Sugar ? graeed. to assist him, be considered the of the court,
Corn t 1 trash... 67ctConi $ bush.... .0 1 order to take advantage of the early prices. But would not ti! e denunciation* I And yet already have we a deliberate I and that an accor.it of the expenses of the court House, which is not ytt constructed.Ho

The revelations made by "A Consumer" call for Notwithstanding the croaking through the new pointedly effort to obviate that wise provision by giving the I would be kept by the Territorial marshal and ren- Wonder

V interference on the part of merchants. It seems tons papers- --perliaps to help .ff the old crop at satisfactory quires the X. Y. Daily Xtw, have been quite as in-I power to every County in the State to issue bonds '. tiered to the United States marshal for payment.The .- I SCAD AXD ;n lie>a was FOB TOCDXITM.Thankful.
freshing had they been published the feared that the United
day States marshal
that it,is entirely within their power break prie's-we are inclined to think that the ; and pledge its faith in aid of any corporation which, l BOCBUTUU October If,ISO.HISSM. .
up the outrage or on day previous ? The Louisville who is a ntiJe.-wonld interfere with the execution I
the oppressive monoply which noW controls the i prospects of the new crop in the country at large, any in the e.pinion of a majority might benefit said County of their plans, and t bereft.re adopted this TiKxtxa Bios
Journal has been the advocate of and riot
row Ji'm t T G nUem n the beneficial aS.
carrying trade between St Marks and New Orleans, are fully up to an average, and there is probably -thus attempting to do indirectly what all admit method getting rid of him, and sub tituting tie! D- rnjr experienced
and the of of lute than facts of Dr.McLn Celebrated Liver PIne
cause more brutality ,prepared by yes.
have freight reduced like a larger surface covered than ever before. any can not be done directly. And what is stranger Mormon Territorial marshal in his place. Judge
'ln t t something a oth'*r paper in the Tiiion. Its whole tone t-inrc it htyles. on being asked by a Gentile, directly after I take great pleasure la recommending them to thepnblie.I .-
reasonable standard. We have no doubt that there than all, a majority of the Supreme Court of our feel waraaoted la laying, that they are a certain cure for
raited the Know-Xothington standard has been esl- the adjournment of the court whether it WAS
The Murderers of the possible
are ship-owners who would gladly place vessels on Joyce Family. Male, the guardian par excellence of the Constitu- that he could imagine his proceedings and decisions liter complaint and aO billion*dieeaMs,no mafer bow
the line, they were assured of the trade, and thus The four negroes who were accused of the inur- cnlatcd.and doubtless l intended to rouge the pationsof tion, have lent their sanction to this great departure -' correct and just. frankly acknowledged that call or longstanding. 1 myself was afflicted with this dretd-
i bad men and create hostility against ail of for .. liz! disease for over two jetrs, and oh! how thasUUI I an
put a to the extortion. Who among I der of the Joyce family Fays a Louisville, (Ky.) exchange from sound principle. When the Press-a very he knew th y were neither, and added: You understand -
V stop outrageous I were tried in Louisville, eign birth. During a late election excitement it : my position with this people, I cannot do that I heard of these filla. J purchased of one of your spat
V Ky. on Thursday of the talent of the State tl
the merchants of Tallahassee, New Port, large portion legal :e three boxes, and before I had finished the thIQ box,wai
made to the lowest ofi the otherwise I I'
appeal passions more
'VQuiney, Thomas v ille, kc., will move in the matter? I last, and acquitted. One of the negroes turned judges of our Courts, are all enlisted, deeply interested Judge Styles reopened the Court the next dar the completely cured. I verily bel'-ere, but far Dr. MeLane's

Gentlemen, your are being swindled to I State's evidence, but his testimony not being legally brutal, and continued its indecent and frenzied in carrying the measure, it will be little shortof 13th of February,in pursuance of the notice given, Liver Pills, I should bare now ben In ay grar; but as I Uia
cuter course fiom day to day until at'last.Uie. wild mob, I am now enjoying the best of health, and stand a linafwithess
failed the
corroborated convict accused.
fed the avarice of a few interested and I to A the miraculous if the people, the rank and file, and proceeded to bnsinesp. The Territorial mar-
pries you no longer to be restrained by the advice of the better of the efficiency of Dr. Me Lane's Liver PUs. Besides
shal Alexander the stationof
can check the evil do I dispatch says: stand firm to principle. But fortunately their interest McKay, occupied proper
health I
you recovering my consider that I hare saved la
Wi s
classes, attacked the weak and unarmed,regardless the United States Marshal thus giving the Courtan
V About dark, a crowd people who had been i is the side of For I
on principle. one regret pocket some two or three hundred dollars physician's! fees.
of condition, and the streets of Louiev- entirely Mormon aspect with Mr. Burr as the
since the rendition of the verdict in the sex or
I gathering
CgT A correspondent of the Companion Democrat : \\l\efeeliny that is likely to grow out of the renewal only Gentile within the Bar. The journal of the This testimony I give you with the greatest pleasure, sad
d afternoon broke into the house
cannon got the were drenched with the blood of her own citi-
it do towards these Invaluable
writing from Gainesville, Alachua County, cannon and placed it in front of the jail A num- of the agitation jn Gadsden. It will not top preceding day was then read. Finding that it recorded hope may something making
.!because they were not born on American Pills known to all who are suffering with liver eetnphaiLWILLIAM
May 14th, says-"Abut ten miles eat of Gainesville ber of hcrU were firt-d from the jail, and from the with the vote for County Commissioner, but Sheriff, the Court had adjourned until to-morrow, UI33,TravelerSn Western New York.jgST .
iii!. These unpardonable acts too were Mr. Burr asked if the record was correct Judge
may be eeen a email double log cabin, built up mob brickbats were hurled at the jail. The Jailor fiercely Tax-Atseesor, &(., will be voted for as Tax or anti- Purchasers will be careful to ask for DB. 1TLAXZ8
that the crier misunderstood his
the of the surrendered denounced by The Journal the after"they Styles replied
with peeled pine In this simple and unpretending fearing escape negroes, two very day Tax men. And this is not all. Should one set of order, and that instead ofadjourning the Court CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, manufactured by Fuxrr
ple& of them, who taken the mob and "
were by hanged ; occurred as "barbarous, and
structure reide the Governor elect oford. a tnrd] took a razor and cut his own throat by so doing Commiionc.-r81ut thi. thing again before the people sino die" only as related to United States business, Bsoe. Pittsburgh Pa. All other Vermifuges Ut eompsri-
passed the sen ereot censure on its own wanton and that it was still in session on Territorial business son are worthless. Dr. ITLane's genuine Yennituge, alas
When he removes the Gubernatorial ICISVILLE May 15.-The fourth negro who was and it should be carried, and the Bonds i issued,
t course it possibly coaH. Ill own party lias raiseda lie aL-o remarked that as the Legislature his celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at aQ respeeteM
gaged in the murder of the ,
Mansion; and takes upon himself the honors Joyce family was another struggle will result to elect commissionerswho
anC was a creature of the same as that which drag stores.Von* gtn-uini irtttovt Ma iiffatw /
by the mob last night storm that will not be at its bid power
ung stayed mere
cares of Chief Magistrate of the State, it is much to will not assess the tax to meet the instalmentsof created the Court, they were co-ordinate ; and that _[18]_TL.EIING3ZO5. ,

b if he will enjoy the happiness which hnow ding. i interest. The success of the scheme alone could in all the case to be tried before him he should be
d.nbt observe the following going the rounds, and -- -
feels in looking on his lowing herds retnrnin4 we think there is as much truth as poetry in the satisfy the opponents of tho principle, and this we governed by the laws of -the Territory in preference OBITUARY.At .
A HIST FOR THE SEASOX.-The simplest and best to all others and that he would have
homeward in cultivating his of corn, cotttn stanza: do not anticipate. The stock will in all probabilitybe recourseto Wankeenah, Fla., Mr. COUNCIL WOOTOK, 8r,dlad
crops way of preserving woollens through the summer other laws only when the enactments of the Ter- .
vegetable" "The steed railed Lightning,(says the Fates,) much below Many of the Railroads at the 26,1337aged 6yea.rs The deceased was a
.d par. ritorial could not be made to to
II owned In the United States; from the destruction of the moth, is to wrap them Legislature apply North Caroline,Pitt Cunnty. He earn to Florida aboat
The same continues Twas Franklin's hand that caught the horse South are worth no more than fifty per cent on the case.
correspondent ;
nine lie suffered six weeks
t aboat
well after them and them in years ago. Intensely
brushing beating ,
Twas harnessed by Profewor Morse." up Mr. Burr then asked him if he understood him to
I ( the ofIJie the share. Will not some of our Leon ICfteIdIand
impressed advantages County his death, within Erysipelas, abscess of the
a wit Savannah Republican cotton or linen cloths. The moth can pass neither. that he would be guided by the laws of the
country lying between Johns river and friends give us the benefit of their experience in say lung. It discharged some the If our memory is not at fault, the lines quoted by Two covers, well wrapped around and secured Territory in preference to the laws of the United
ctpl line of RalJroad passing from Fer- this matter? We are told by the friends of the He was a member of the Baptist Church, sad Ibrsevtrsj
.ndia t It is tn'ie that much of the our Savannah cotemporary originated with the from the air, will be effectual An old sheet will States Before any reply could be made an attorney weeks he was happy,often shouting the praises of God. E*
te that the stock ia worth and named and commenced
measure fifty Ferguson,jumped a most
country poor, "mh of the Jand deceivingly lion. W. IL Brockenbrough, formerly a member of answer, and save all expense of camphor, tc. per V up died hi his senses,and when he eonld speak no more,be was
There are a by other individuals that it is worth but 7 to 8 percent foul and abusive attack upon Mr. Burr, exhaustingthe asked if off teat tc O-he bowed his bead. By Industry and
prouee T cwt"healthy. Congress from Florida, but since deceased, and were stock of even Mormon billingsgate in his malignant
V great abun. Will the Floridian keep silent The he left his eomJbrtabl la ttia world's goods.Ho -
g\lle ..ordn lakes first published in the Floridian tt Journal years THE LOXDO.V PoucE.-The total expenses of the peopleof tirade. He then turned'to the Judge, and told economy family
A t- areconsidered Gadeden have a right to know the facts. Manyof him that if he dared to decide their laws he was a kind neighborHusband.FatWaadMaster. E*
by old settlers l-o be healthful ago. London police for the year 1856 amounted to upwards against scattered business
many died with his house In order, leaving so
them County subscription not from a conviction could sit on that Bench no longer, and that the
.the lakes are supplied wit water by cool V ,of two million dollars. The police force constitutes oppose to bo settled. In a word,h. was his own Administrator.Raldgh .

springs. Many persons prefer t bUd their houses, Death of CenaUor BntUr.ACQCBTA an army of 5,847 men-18 superintendents, of its constitutionality, but as a miserablybad court-room The District would be cleared followed d-d quick t I" Er.' Standard please copy. A. F.
In violent ha-
when convenient the lake. The association. do wish issue Attorney a -I.
near A not to
May 26.-Senator Butler of South Car : money
V with salaries of f 2,100 down to f 1,000: 142innpec.. rangue, in which he accused Mr. Burr of trying to -
mast afford to
country.. There always game in the'g woods od anmnwrVrangeVstoek ; and then the olina died last evening at 6 o'clock, of Dropsy, tors, with salaries of$,1000 to $400: 631 sergeants, the bonds of the County for 100,000 dollars and set aside the Mormon laws, and said that the Mormons tjipTutmt

residents. 1 section of country hare the .advan deeply lamented by numerous friends.MB. with salaries of$500 to $300; and 5,066 constables, get therefor say 1:,000 dollars and that in the way had submitted to Gentile interference long '

tags of trarel and transportation both by th. whose salaries from of Railroad stock worth only 37,500 dollars, or fifty enough, that they were now going to have their
S $400 to $200
Johns on the East and the Railroad the t- .. CRAwro&n.-The Paris correspondent (April year per cent, and yet have to pay annually 10 percent own way, and had good authority for what they PORT OF ST> MARKS.
sides clothing ii furnished by the author did, as well as cafe backers. The filled
V Whoever sae this country ten tears hence, of the N. Y. Journal Commerce that room was
lY' t 27)) says itles. interest on the 100,000 as provided by the statute. at the time with armed ruffians, who constituted
find t
.. Advance of ETf laaJn* .the improvement priced.LAXD .' ..e as gra Crawford, the great sculptor, in whose fate such No fane individual would make such an arrangement the backers" alluded to. As soon as Mr. Burr May 2 Sehr.WDd FlgwB,VLnry New Ortoaaa.cr .

__:s- general. concern it fell,was about to leave for London The Committee on Railways and Bridges in tho as tho above, and the County is a collection of and Mr. T. S. Williams got up to reply,the Territorial POST.

V &wtTwLThiV Hcntiville, Ala, Adro.aU attended by his family. At their request, Dr. V Canadian Parliament haTe decided recommend "individuals. In fine, as tested by the experienceof and Marshal immediately ordered the whole them audience peremptorily to to stop their BukLLGsmbtoFowefl.V"

V V.V < says;; '"This. land,.(peculating /ever rages anongorar 'Fe.'l 1 the.American 'physician, who baa acquired the passage of the,International BricJgo' iU, which the past, the measure is wrong. Wrong in prin- feet, and the Danite murderers,who filled sprang the Court 8 Brig hr.Eemin Wild Pigeo rton, Eawvr, .

,. ,people and mainly, extraordinary repute in the British metropolis, for it regarded as equivalent to its becoming a law.e ciple as a whole,and in detail, and will prove wi ong threw off their coats, brandished their knives and wThe Remington la cMtes.4 to t. te p53IlJ..

and the IUlfnt.t.kn- the con?of cancer, came to Paris in order to examine .- in practice. Iu the foregoing views I do not wishto revolvers, and created so great confusion that the to toad tor New York,at$3i 5 prblMa. *

m Mississippi :b Te Texas fever the c.se of Air. Crawford; .he could not stay and Intelligence has been received at Montreal, that be understood as intending to impugn the motives Judge was obliged to adjourn the Court at once.
.:, r Ur; >!* ., i W predict be, o general crash The next morning which was Saturday, the O: Ecrroa:-Do DS ti b. favor to
emigrants from the North Scotland "
therefore to him for 1,500 are on "
the patient goes systematic of those high in authority, but sijnply to
.i ia lea tUn two TnewhoU ia express Court opened amid intense excitement The whole fcr tioflBc '
.' j withgpcolajSon yean.an insane desire country to make crazy treatment. Dr.-Fe.1 could detect no certain indication their way to that city, with the design of establishing the opinion that they have let the"pretextOf Mormon populace were armed, and had been Inflamed announce in jour next iaw, for n+lclka >

money that the tumor behind the eye had affected a settlement in upper Canada. Prudence-with advantages annexed, to such a degree by the incendiary speeches of Tax Assessor and CoHador. ** $ *ootof

.'t At on* dish a h to & Stout and oth that the least Leon October iTecUoo JI;, L. C.
of life remains of Ferguson, en pretense at tb. eoscioff ,
... the brain; thus hope prolonged The acquiescnce in all things which tend,
V .-The crops,In Brazoria county,. one of tho would have been availed of to massacre every Gentile DEMILLT.V V tftny.
; caz3QvD"zV Agosa CiTnx--Atery singular though th'e.eye.BA .can s aVI7le -ved. richest counties In Texas, represented as being No matter how, to the desired end. in the place. The name Messrs. Burr and JUsp

VT: ', disease pfar, o&togLoaa ',BaWe,, ; te"b1 V ." .: All find a place in their Philosophy." Williams were stricken from the list of attorneys MAHT__ yorass.
1e The Democrat 1
.: aWOf. '"IS ._ bY4ZI. *T : Bommros 9 8"::q"Three.new bank I very fine.. BraxorU * ate I to
w 34h1cTDQd" 'i te buildings-have jost been, completed in .New York, .IiuthIscountycoru' though abort, Is in a good Thus closed the last term of the United States Court (fir W are anthoraad and TeSted
f.- %0'Q t *** *A 4 MS* says stand, and we are happy to elate' that there is GADSDEN. tbat'ean'ever be held in this until the ndii ti tor Tax
; Union gen- Territory, aoooanc* LEMUEL JONS3. u ac
Commerce 'cost $400.000
& viz: B&nkof ; .
ftga; sweLJingthea ; for
jthf: eaiulng erally a showing a good Cotton and
V : cj)..rTftt "S t totaj/ot, /oUh.hf, .Bonk, cost $80,000; Fulton,.Bank, '*ost $ ,.- ," also looking well,considering crop. the_many setbacks sane" Speaking of the late decision of the Supreme exertion Government of physical establishes force.its supremacy_ by vigorous AiMasor and CoUwstor of Ltoa cotntf,$$t* **"

nd JSti'aQfcS8' "f'.'. ,< -'t.**:'' -Three more cram coarse of constructs on-Bank of V teyhayeh*& '" Court in the Dred Scott'case' ,, the Detroit Free- Press V. tioaiaOctoberoaxt _

''jS VV I'? ,' "- ., ." "_ New.York:to cost ,$ 20,OOO; Continental Bank to -V remarks: The' Abolitionists in the'Ohio,Legislature have V

.. '. :* *fcJ*.?, > .?*.lP>L.- -.:Of. Van Amborgh'a t eosi stooosat2: ; AmeEluinge Bank; We Informed that there could not be procuredin It is peculiarly the V mission of the, democratic excluded negroes from participating in the MlHttftLaw. ir Tie LoetOST

V gajVf Cq MUm.tO*oe\ : 'Pit aggregate cost of Austin, during several days,of this week, a single press to support and,defend the constitution ,The ., -Only vhiU male citizens are permitted to
: :J-rv,1J. .. lndUaa. tin lion at.,: $160,000 barrel of flour.- Corn meal,' owing to its scarcity, upzxne Court is especially appointed to interpretthe perform military duty I Where is the Abolition' ,en tr about tbf rrfo| tf* -a

.: t : !*,_""jtta Ir41 to. 1heee edifioet will U $,. V considered a great ltuyry.-tfAustint( Texas, Stats : constitution in all case.where doubt. arises 'a.r thunder? : Why not denounce.thl 'exclusion with: -/aivx.for OM hnodKcfaBddata7T P
Gajutte.THI V V to its true intent an.d It has the same viruienceasth' >i4'gi for thi Wrtof 4iad XajcC
V meaning. interpretedit did the dedrionof tha m $
.' '."!!,_ :"t; 1. 1. It* Sapraot ..b 'of:New Hampshire has dedded'tbit f J- ,_ 4. V ._ I in this case. We 'now' know just what the constitution Supreme_Court?!. :Where is that. taundtrt'.-Gi., : c;:

'0': "" ,: -, .,"V-'._.. o fealfiSid C UpariyliU_.nglltto charge .' .Caon,-The hot\flV of.the last few days has '*means l in some* respects where there has naii.Eiupirtf. k f H bearer;
.i '
; ';" ."'". "Y.-*: ".. !' '. .-_ ._.jiwitbthVreaaon, had wonderful effec tq bringing:out the crops.'We .- heretofore been dispute about it 'We; are floger ," ;0- rr6f -+V ._-V.. V or,
..i.."f ._, ." o.. .,_-. /.- 1 1_". ', 'r'b1 1ZD.._. ..',"'-,.< a.H 't 1.t.Sek i.i tha learn frorn the :planter*, that notwithstanding in the dark ,Light has been cast" '.abroad, and V Hloa'OS'#.; ii. W J .1--entJ1a' e'cndc.d: '

iJ. t ; .-_ I. 'I.w' epo t the kiHing fr t and ni&Tortblen&M of the spring .the democratic press which ':refus<*to"'reflect -that' this''x raty-hra* eHc d- for JJa.> fltlr*;stock ot. V _

: ,.}1:>,, .,' M. loK. 'fI.m'ij'p(:"th tM" ,1ig.1D- '1f'D erally, ihtre\* yet.a chance of a hit harmt V light is fit toMwtU' 'ohiy ia th,.'.darkam-of' black scorn, 'whlehi'.tnoiwtid to JOOO..bn h *.,1:1O: eU 'V

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f .J- -:-: -.iri- : r- !: .' .:r-_ -- ** -.' TTA"**.,-1. u .: -"-_'_, _-_ r -it' ;. r...; ., _. ,..,
Notice! SAVANNAH L TE LON :! .' '. ;.. -. !,'
200 Bbls. Assorted Flour, 1'Jm)1JGJ Ii 48 HOTIS. GE1ATorttein it ._ .--f.- t
absence from the State _
DTJRDfO'oor temporary TUB HAYATt&A PLAN OF UK6LX ITUXBISS. BBLS.Plant''*and extra brabda, ".;.-. .- ', : TOnpHE .
: 75' >
and TVilliam H.2e w om are out : : :" ,
75 u Extra St.Loui superfine :'. 0&.1:1. DiiX11aO. E. BABNABIT; Jr.
$gent to transact any famine-oooected with the --lY. : -J
Gotten Ware-House. HfclR & COLES. ANDERSON & SON 60 Superfine.The ..\..:,.-_.-' ,4 01'(.'",,-_ ..,.''iot'. -- UNDERSIGNED it now rctiairiatj bX .siid

May 10. 1857. 22 CO//OH Bro tfra.Committed ".1... ..'.. .., :-- stock of Spriaf Oooda.which will b large MCI WILL. ,corrutla 'I'DD '
MANAGERS; above will be sold low for CASH and CAM only I') ..;' which IM oem b ,Miud tars to kk 8'8
." ooJaple upon &MEDIC1 I ( .U.8rN
Iu t.l.!
: and in Ll to dealer and retailer at reduced"pri &Ad 1a 'baltaDoel h" dIit-. _-
to Jail SUCCESSORS TO J. P. WIHTIIR HUTAQERS.Prises puDOtual evtcn ; ..
ceby D. O.WILSO& Milton and. CfiaUahobchee, coonta asad4 tot CASH. D. C. WILSOV. t fz taa I'f .

tOMMHTED to the Jail of Leon County, :fey **, ',87. 21ICEICE. March 14 67. 11 .
Payable Without D tloD. ':' -
Fla.oo We oesdal. the !'th May. 1857. am U. S. Mail i I .Line 'I
negro who aybK DAme i* BILL,and that be THE LITEST SPRiNG AND sUDml'8i1IE. OJ'TZZ .:;, XOXTAJtj*

befoqg- to & Mr.Bryan or Bryant;of Savannah Geo.He Capitol Prize, $60,000, .-vVee"'k1'Y ISKUon d414.. '

ia of col witk tra gnt hair, black .., Leaves Tucsday't'and Fridays at 10 :
eye ,
copper TICKETS farther notice OE.will b&l_ : cS nV..f OJatod ami Mocrw. :.U. W, ilm1.mrse.JtrJet1 .
about 50OOO
and weigh* UNTIL
lb prwoda.
6 feet 4 inch* )) o'clock, a. Jr. '
the of the Mt. Mark and Tallabaaae I e:& J .
Depot .J ,
He that be Va' owned by Mr.Cochran of Char. -1 : /' S ,. :-. '
MJ i Leaves ChuttahoocTite Tuesday't, and Satur.daf .
Railroad morning between the. house of, To be had at 'f I -
bands every
"leston who placed him in the alto of Charleston by whom te was *oW to Mr. Bryan 5 and T o'clock. After that time. it can bt_Jouij4 *. after the arrival of the Steamer frowi I t L .

.-that lie went from Savannah by Railroad to Co- BT AUTHORITf,Of' TifF BTATE Of OEO. at the Drag Store of E. BARNARD. '. Apa1ac kola and the Stage from Tallahassee D. WILSON'S._ T -. .tnt. mu- __

Iambus where be t->ok a steamboat fur CbaUaboocfaer, ; OLASS v-. AT THE DEPOT, ,:.1:0; }[., and Bainbridge, Ga., f >''ia 'pattnersbrtS. ( ; ,:

Florida, and from thence earn to Tallahassee, where i Draw June 15tb, 1857 at St. Andrews' Hall Savannah Price of ICE to Stockholders 2 eta per lb. IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK I THE UNDERSIGNED varied stock of SPRING now netirusff, and SUliMSK% WHO1EA .P'RETA1I J

he wa arrccted and committed to Jail aa mentioned ,_Ga, under the sworn superintendent of W. u .1 .< (1 all others 2 '* '"I HIS Line i* now in first rate order. The whole! GOODS, to th. inspection of wkwli he iavite'UPuUk DB'D'- g'.ZX .&.
R. $ -
and J.M.
Symons ,
abnn.Tbe Is to forward Esq Prenlun Eaq. J-. Stock has been renewed with new and comfortable g.ueral)v: ertb.naaUiditjkcf} t' .
owner requested come ,
prove No ICE will be delivered unless the order 1 It ac .
MAGNIFICENT Hacks. The Drivers
SCHEME careful sober and
: are accommodating. CO5S13TINO IN PART OT:
and tabs otherwise he \nll be
property nway, with either the Cath Ttckttt. AMES&L1VELY.I '
dealt with aa the law direct. 1 Prize of........... ..... ....... $80,000 companied or A liberal allowance of baggage. ChioU,Barege,Grenadine .

H.T BLOCKER, Sbenai 1 .. ........ .. ...... 20,000 Ice TicketsCan lowed to each paasenger. and Organdie Flounced Robes .

May 30.57. 2-tf 1 "....... ... .... ........ .. 10.000 Solid Colored and Figured Baregea ,THEY will be plad tortifeir 6WdII
_ 1 ** ... .......... ....... 5,000 Parties be procured at tbe ia Bel-Air Drug Store who of Barnard wish ICE, Jr AGENTS: Silk Tiseaes and Crepe d. Paris and pAtrooa ttlM eU stand f. p ,

8200 REWARD 1 ..... .... ...... .. ... ... 4,000 have residing the Car.may At Milton, J. J. A.Cairn I Chintz Brilliants, "be.tbey..m fc p a fall.

1 ............... ... ... 2,000 can their blankets distinctly same by Passenger marked and the by sending GenevA, AlM., w. D. Mosac ; Printed Lawns,from 10 to 76 eta. aakrtatotof ArUalMD .u.
T)UN A WAY froin fji Subscriber on Monday 8 prixe of.. .. 1,000 are. .. 8,000 money or Campbeitoo J. W. ; French,Scotch, and l.mtr'n.Oingbsres, D' a.1Deu '
Tickets. NOYES & LADD St.Marks.MaylG57. SMITH
2? JLV> nujLt, the llth insU. )his negro man JOE.a 5 .. .. .. 500 are... ... 2,500 lIb anD& W.NICHOLS, French EnglUh. and Amtr'n. Pats, M. LI7X1 J

vV bright mulatto. about !8 years of ngre, weighs 100 ... 100 are...... 10,000 20 Chattahoochee D.COLSOX. Black Poult d. Loire. .:1uul.lItCl. -1 .
about n5 jojnds. bice: e\e", kinky hair'slow in Black Gro d. rhin
100 ... 60 are... ... 5,000 Passengers can be taken through with .
speech, stutters when -xiited,5 feet 8 or 9 inches in -.,.. Approximation Prizes. ... .... 3,760 i Lost or Miscarried. security, and with comfort. certainty BUek! Challiea. MILES NASH S CO ,

I Leic'it' little or ro b-"lfJ. Had on when be left a [ SOOO prize of$30 are.. ... .. ... 90,000 "VfOTICE is hereby given of the loss of a certain GEO.D.FISHER m Alpaca'a aad Bomb.ln. ;
"Soft d colored hat and a black frock coat I hare
JL, Promissory Note, and all persons are forewarned Proprietor and Contrafflor. PBAX.XRI Il'fW
reason t l elfve? that lie has gone to Florida He 8286 Prizes amounting to. .. ..... .. .$215,260 against trading for the same, as it will not be paid May 9. '67. 19-tf Linens. .

left! iu e IMVWC three years ao and after bis return Tickets $10; Halve 6 ; Quarter 2 50.' without my endorsement Said Note was made by Fronting and Shirting Linen. DRUGS, PIUITV
td l that he woiken, nt the Cabinet -
he 6tv T\ persons Stephen Hall on the 17th day of January, 1856, due ; Pillow: Case and Sh .tU7 Linen.
bumfs f"ur months i in Milton.Sata K sa County-, Small Scheme Draws Every Saturday and payable to Susan W. Adams or order, in the sum Fancy Shii ting Lineal MEDICINES,' B OILS
in thu
Tlii Winter and of 1655
Fla. wu Spring of twelve hundred and fifty eight 89.100 dollars, on Pitney Linens,far Gent and Youth w ar. '
Joe is a Gin maVer Iiy trade but i is also a first rate Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at TAX ASSESSOR'SLast
par.Cbecks friend and bs
the first day of March, 1657. Said note was mailedat and Summer ; ; inform tielr pmbQc.
and Cabinet When he Spring WOULD .
Carpenter mna- on New York remitted for prizes. ,
Ta11ahassee'and directed to Mr.Presby N.Pepper.. on-kand a good laaeitaieetcftMarttele
, before he shaved: 'ffllill hair and wore a Mndy Address order for tickets Certificates of Package NoticeFor .
or -
way Pleasantville] Henry count, Ky, but never reached aa are generally keptla tWr Thvtbs.*
colored wig; and parsed lumself. off as a white man.. of Ticket to its destination. The finder of said note will enclose the County of Leon. !A.TLLA- and will be receiving regularly fresh atppBet. ThA
and I have no d.nbi.ho j is d >in? no now. JTe ia particularly ANDERSON
fond of smoking and drinking] liqoor. He Macon or Savannah, Ga.nr it will not be paid without my OT'der.SUSAN. I THE TAX ASSESSOR'S BOOKS or XTEZT DxacxlrloN. Tallahassee April 9tli 18JJU., .
:me before he may assume another name now. He Manager, will send them to us for payment May 23,57. 21-4t Bonnets MEDICAL NOTICE.. .
is travelling! and aetjng asa white.] hut by a little ob May 80,'57. 22Don't First Day of June, 1857. .. -

aervatioo it can he detected that he is a negro. I 'tt ill Mary J. tlurce, Compl't., 1 In Chancery. All who do not render in I A LA&GX ASSORTMENT or -
give one hundred and fifty dollars for his appreherv- V..'. I persons 'ENOLI3H, FRENCH, AMP AMIB-' BUEROFGHS _

sion and confinement in Jail'po that I can get him. or Read This Joseph N. Whitner and In Lebn county, their Taxable property by that time, nAN: STRAW BONNETS, located ia TallabaaMt off.rs LIe pro-
\0 hundred dollars f"r his delivery to DM in Green- Eveline Hume William Hume will be double Taxed. HATING
rvk to the Offiee
. Tille, Merriwether Co., Gn. and Jessie Hume infant Middle Circuit.of .
- beirsJ I L. C. DEMILLY, .&,'* Drag St r.. .
JOHN S. GRANT.. have received from New Orleans Per "cased.IT ALSO A LAEOt A3SOETUIXT OT '
: just Jesse Hume, Tax Assessor and Collector DM. SO, 1854. 51- m..
May SO.'57. _22:_4w* Scbr.- W m. R. Pettis, and New York Per appearing t. the Court by affidavit of B. F. French Flowers, Artificials to, &c. <&*

Bark R. H. Gamble a large and well selected Whitner, Esq.. that tbe said infant defendants, 1 for Leon County.N. MEDICAL NO'TIC E.o .

PROCLAMATION STOCK OF GROCERIES.* Eveline Home, William Hume and Jessie Hume reside B.-I can be found at the Drug Embroideries

EOR THE SALE OF -ALSO- beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,and beyondthe Store of E. Barnard, Jr. Rich, Valencio, Maltes and Honathoa Mtt of

SWAMP AND INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT limits of tbis State, but within the United States : April 25, '67. 17 [Sent.Copy. Collar and under Sleeves, Drs Robertson & Bond .
Wine.Brandies, Syrups Cigars, LANDS The Subscribers are determined after this date to mouslin Sleeve HAVING ft eoj rtaenhlp praettr _
the bill on or before the first Monday in October next, For Sale. profession offer their services t* IN .
abandon tbe system seHing goods on a CREDIT.For otherwise the Bill shall be taken
oo the liues of the Complainants, as inns of Tallahajsee and surrounding eonntry..
Cath or Country Producewe confessed : Provided That this order be published subscriber offers for sale his reel5. Hats, B. _
Florida Railroad, and the Pmsacola $ Georgia THE t1r Office ovr the Store lately, apuid by t
._ w 511 at any time be happy to serve our customers once a week for four months, immediately precedingthe .,, situated on Monroe Street A LAKGK ASSORTMENT OfA ton A Bigg
Railroa-l, and the Atlantic cf$ Gulf said rule in October in I I I and of the desirable locationsin
day some pub one
with goods of very description at a small advance newspaper Gent and Youths Spring and Suntaor Feb. 28, 87 9-tf _
Central Railroad, above New Yor k and New Orleans prices. If you lished in the City of Tallahassee. the City of TaI !i&sgee.A -

HERETOFORE RESERVED FEOU BALE. doubt it, come .and try us, at J. B. Gamble's: Old Ordered at Chambers: this the twenty first day LSO-- HATS. A Dr. Miles H. Nash
Stand.Corner of Monroe and Jeffcrpon Streets. of May, A. I.). 1837. _
"OTICE is hereby given that all Swamp and In- BROKAW A.RHODES. I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. I will sell my large and well known brick Clothing, orru aa rxorxssioxAL SXXTICXS TO nrx cnxoors otOFFICE

1.' terml Improvement LauJs, outside of six miles 1ay2. '57. 21tfMullet. *" May 23. Livery Stable, Carriage House &0. A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of T4LLAUMDpDsaao mQcotJ'B.r. .

, '00 either side lethe line of the Flori.Ja Kailioad, heretofore 7.DENTISTRY. My terms will be liberal to a good purchaser. Gent fashionable' CLOTHING. with Dr.M.Kasn, mmedittllj tntof ti*

reserved from sr.le will after the expiration of ... P. B. BROKAW .

;I niuety daj 5 from this date be subject to private entry -t *" BBLS. MULLET, for sale at a reduced price DR. T. J. CUR LEE, .' .prill 8. '57. _____ 16-3m Boots and Shoes, May 19 1855. 20_. .
U" nt the office tlf the Register of Public L.'mJ in Tallahassee 10 D. C. WILSON. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
at ihe price already fired for such lands.- by,'. TILL continue, in future, the practice of DEN Salt Salt.
21Nails. Ladies, Gents,Youths and Child 2HOZ.l. R. H. BERRY
'J May 2S: .1.
, Notice is a!;i hereby given that all lands brtvtofc're I T TISTRY, in South Georgia, and Middle and SACKS LIVERPOOL in fine order IL -ALSO- ,
. reserved fix miles on either side of the Railroads East Florida. He has had several:years practical experience 1 0 00 p Times and Auctioneer and Commission
I IlO landing p f above mentioned srid include within the even in the profession, the last three of which has McNAUGHT every

L numbered section shall be subject to private entry at KEGS anorte-l NAILS for sale in lots, been in these sections of country. His work is of the 4, 1857. ORMOND 14Ladies1 & CO. STAPLE GOODS. MERCHANT.TALUUIAS .

r tbe office of the Register aforesaid after the expiration : to CASH purchaser at reduced prices. by most beautiful and durable character and safief.iction( __April: Fla
Cotton and Linen Oanaburgs *!*, ,Sept.Z9,1855. 39
in instance.
: of ninety <':\s fii n the date hereof. But all D.C. WILSON. is guaranteed every "
All communications sent to Monticello. Fla, will Dress Goods. Brown and Blue Shirting and Sheeting, .
7>ersnns who shall apply within the said term of nine- May 25, Vt. 21
receive attention as soon as previous MUSLINS and Marlborou h Plaids and Stripes, JOHN R. LLOYD
ty days to enter any of the aforesaid lands, and who engagements SWISS plain figured ,
Khali make oath that be has actually settled will permit checked, Choctaw Stripes, Apron Cheeks _
upon Edward M. West A uo't1.on.eer
Bed Ticking d., Ac, &.
said land and that' he does not interfere with any "" -- Linen Lawn, French Prints,etc. .

other actual pettier shall} be entitled to enter tbe land JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.Office REFEREXCKS : Landing from Sampson and for sale by EJ.A.B..D wLEJ.: AND. .

settled upon and applied: fur by him within the said McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. A large and well selected stock of ARDW AU COMMISSION MERCHANT
time. All swamp aud oteiiluwed lands within said the Shoe Shop of M. Rupp. H over HON. .
P. E. LOVE f
--- -- --- '--- --- --- TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
liraits ol'miles on' ether siJe of the lines of said D. C. WILSON. ,

Railroads shall be sold at not less than two dollars I OFFICE HOURS, 8 o'clock, to 12 a. m, 2 to 6 RKV.OX-W.W.R S. DILWORTU HAMILTON,, f)f M nticjo, Fla. Sea Island Seed March 14,'67. 11 J.tyl9.1868. 29-ly ..

aad cents sore, a.u'1 fill; Internal Inr.provemmt -
, fifty j-er I 57.. 21 IIo.v.J. C.McGnEr J BUSHELS choice Cotton Seed, direct from
lands wrthia said iiiaiU; it the valuation now i TIlHzhs'ce, May 23, 1CoL | Mad.son.FIa.GEX. f""o Corn. S.
I fixed. -.-.= C. Pora [ the Island,landins:per Times and for Bale by S. : ; ,, -, .. .
direclicn: of the Trustees of the Internal Im- RIT ARDB.&DFORD
By N. B.-Da.tJcn LEE will be in Quincy during the April, 1857. 14 1UUU HOPKINS & MEGI NISI.
pr"eniei.t Fund, tLs: 18th dRY of May, A. D, TALLAIIAUiXLOIDA.
latter part of the present week. --- March 21, 57. 12
1S57. PHILIP DELL. i ATTORNEY AT LAW, April 25. '67. 17 JCE.--2 tierces l:d C half tierces, landing per 8cptmberl,186S, 05
President of the Senate and acting Governor and __ I" Times, and for pate yMcKAUOm'. Sundries.BBLS.
President of the Board of Trustee, of the Internal Improvement TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Bacon and Flour. : ORMOND do CO. WILLIAM SCOTT

Fund. (Office in the Post Office Building.) April 4. 1857. 14 .and 10 i bbU.KecOlied Whiskey ,
May :0, ;4. 22-It 21 60: :BBLS. Flour, 10 half do. ffi_ 20 2 Monoujrahala I/o A"rOfi1Nl 'V AT .LAW
May 23, 57. 4 Hhds.Bacon Sides, Gentlemen's Sl1inmerCLOTHING. 6 choice Sugar 4 bbls. French Bread, ,

NASHVILLE FEMALE And 4 :ZBLS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. Landing from Pettis, and for sale by MOimCELLO, FLA.Jily80,18SS. .
; Pen. and Geo. Rail Roam .
McNAUGHT, ORMOND <& CO. 30 tljanT.
L9.flIiOg'ftOtfl the Pettis, and for sale by _.:
t ACADEMY .\ SPECIAL Meeting of the Stockholders of this McNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO. March 21, '67. 12 -

f iJL Company, is called by bolder of a majority April 18,'5?. 16 FROCKS; Sod, Pants and Vests,assorts Quali- kICUaD v -.----'-._mxcarrr._,__ -_CHAKI.KS___TT.DOWOT_
-s-44-. ___ Stock to be held at the Office of the Company in latest style. A choice selection, landing Book Bind en.TilE :BIECHETT & DOWJI1NG, e
; this time addi- of June, 1851 at 11 from Brodie, and for sale byMcNAUGHT
POUNDED ia 1816-at receiving Tallahassee, on the 11th day Just Received
.L cost $40,000 attendance is requested ill ORMOND 4 CO.
tii Q8,repairs, Ao at a over raising o'clock. A. M. A general in
the amount here invested and in daily use for educational person or by proxy. 6 Per WILD PIGEON March 21,67 12Flour March again 21, '57.(peration.12 NO. 490, Seventh f freer,.

puposes. to a sum over 200,000.. May 16, '57. 20GROCERIES WASHINGTON CTTT.
First Class Teachers all Departments of Education ri BBLS.Superfine and extra Family( .
19 Seed Rice. practice before the Court of Claim,tad
and claims eminence in two particulars. ,) Flour, WILL 1 claims before tad the
Hcallll-But two young Ladies have died here I 25 Bbls.] Rectified Whiskey, 40 BBr.s. Harrison's extra Flour, \ BUSHELS SEED RICE. for sal by eral Coogrca MT-
WM. R.Prrris, We have received a consignment 20 Superfine Flour, 100 Department
away from their friends in 40 yeus--not one case of BY 10" Mess Pork, HOPKINS & MEGINNISS. 28 1855.
July SO
serious sickness, except one of tbe deaths alluded to, of*' 2 Beef, 10" common March 21, '67. 12 -

in a family of near 200-within the last four vears. GROCERIES, 10 Hhds. Sides and Shoulders, Landing from Schr. Pettis and for sale by A. PERRY AMAKER

Maternal Care-We employ a smtaolenum 3 Tierce "DufEtld" Sugar cured Hams McNAUom. ORMOND" co. and Summer ,
which we will sll FOR CASH as low as they can March 21, 67. 12 Spring Styles,
choice article
ber of pious and refined Ladies-wbe have no other a ATTCIYATLkW
Lad at House in the City. I For 3.837.
social be any 2 llhds. : .
duties but to watch alter the health. moral and Sugar
habit of young Ladie Here is the cause of our TComigmeut Consuls of: 1 Box Fresh Lemons, Bacon and Pork. THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last TALLAHASSEE.JXA.

unparalleled health. and also of other good result 10 Casks Bacon Side, 1" "BE'ef Tocgucs. CASKS Ribbed Sides 1 do. Clear do. from New York, a full and elegant assortment May 21, 185S. 20

equally dwirab'c! -:"f not so manifest. Our efforts at 10 Shoulders, YiiiE for sale for CASH by R. BERRY.. 4 'I' '00.* Shoulders, 6 bbls.Mess Pork. I' of LADIES DRESS GOODS, consisting "
this ti-Jie. a:e directed eo as to irate it manifest that 5 Plain Ham I May 4l, '57. ._ IS_ Landing per Pettis. and for sale brMcNAUGHT of an endless variety of the most fashionable *tyl. I f EDWARD M* WEST.

tbe south has Institutions of Learning,not only equal, 20 Bbls. common Whiskey, I ORMOND it CO. of Paris Printed Organdie on plain and plaid cloths Attorney and Counsellor at Law
but superior to any that can be found in the north. I 20 Bags Rio Coffee READ March 21,'67. 12' from plain to full chintz colored. ,

We invite(rxamutation and compa 6on. 20 Bbls. St. Louis Flour, rc i iii arrears for 1851,'5!, '63, '54, '65 and Jaconet Organdy robes M"designs entirely u new" I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
Terms for the Academic Year of 42 weeks- I ARE YI Hats. April 5, 1856. 14
10 Extra, 1 If so, call at once let me know Spring Style Printed Barege robes, design entirely new, j .
Board and Tuition- 6 Sugar,(a choice article.) nt all if* totr much-5, 10,
Preparatory Department........ .. .....$200 We bave on hand a large stock of 60 whether, or 100 you cents cft/i ,pay the dollar? I'want to close all ac ": EN'S Panama Leghorn Malaga, Palm lIJ Grenadine Flounces robes, striped Brocade and China I HUGH A. COBLEY, _
l' Dunstable and Merino .
Leaf Hats.
Academical JunnrClas*... .eo :30 1857 and will
Fancy Staple Goods, counts due me to January \ compromise BOYS Canton I\dal'Dd Foulard silk Fluunces. I
Do Senior 240 Braid Leghorn Panama
of their at law
Collegiate M .... ....... 275 which for CASH we will sell at a small advance on with all who give a aai.'stJOtory: terms.explanation Flats.JfISSESTuscan. Double skirted Marquise Flounces, together with a Attorney ,
No extra charges in connection with either Board cost. Country merchants are invited to call and fill ability, and close en thfcii' own T. HAYWARD. and Pedal Hats. beautiful; assortment of Linen Cambrics in dress TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Jaatary .

or Tai it1n. their assortment We bave also a few piece of Landing from Mystic and for sale by patterns white printed and Polka spot Brilliants,
up J 6-6t n 1857. I-I .
April 18, 57. McNAUGHT,ORMOND & CO. printed Percales in great variety, ito Ac, 4o. !
Ornamental ox Optional Studies- FURNITURE BUTLER &DE5 HAM.
March 21, 57. 12RiceFresh
51 USic-Vocal or Instrumental Piano or Gui. Parlor and common chairs Bureaus, Tete a Tete, Gloves, Hosiery, & Hdkfe March 14,':7. 11 Anderson J. Peeler

tar (Three Lessons\ *k.) each......... $ftO Wash Stands, Mahogany and Cottage Bedstead Misses, Gentleiuens, arid Jtoys' Hose Rice. ',
Use Instrument-Piano $10-Guitar $5. *',extension Dining Table at cost LADIES' half Hose, Opening of the Season. Attorney and'Coun eUor at Law

Irawand Use.of Models............ S5 for CASH. Call and examine them.T. Back Thread and Lisle Gloves, A WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive9jJ

Modem Languages-{(Lesson each day)..eo. 40 HAYWARD, A SON, Tallahassee. English Twilled, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfs. in a few days direct from Charleston Sendin BONNETS, SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,

Needle Work..:..._.............. .. .... 10 May 16,'57. 20-3t [Sent copy. Landing per Sampson and for sale by your orders and have it marked,jon who want. Head Dresses French Flowers NSW PORT FLORIDA. tWILL

Latin and Greek...;............. .. ... 20 -,-- McNAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO. -ALSO- Practice in the Court theMiddfe
Oil and Use of Models... ...... CO Rushes Ribbons, Blond Edg- CSrmft
67. 16
; Florida House. April 18,, 150 Boxes of Manufactured TOBACCO, at lower attention paid to Collecting.
.. ......100 __
Harp and Use of Instrument... '
&c. &c.
known aa prices than you pay this Spring in the big city of jugs, March 21., 57. 12
Church Music no Charge. HOUSE heretofore New York. For further particulars enquire at
Pupil to Academic Classes not charged for Drawing THE "Georgia House" late Mc- ,"t'. Vermifuges. D. LADD, Newport.Mareh2l57. MOURNING Bonnet trimmed. an .
a a FLOYD &
the DOZEN Fabnestocks Verrm HOLLAND
Lesson Bain Hotel, will continue open for age 12 ,
6 0 _
; Pupils charged from tbe first of tbe month in which reception of persons traveling by public 48 McLanes II Crape. II. Attorneys at Law.WlLJ.pracUceinthe .- .
the Session. through Tbomasville. It. i is 36 Jaynes Tonic Crape and Straw Bonnet trimmed
they enter. to the rlooe of or private conveyance Circuit CoorU of Middle
We will be ready to receive our Pupils during the under the control ard management of a Lady. Those 24 Perry's Dead Shot for Worm. MANTILLASFOB White and Black .. ,and ia tU Soprta Cocrtof "
week tbe /irst Monday,tbe 7th of Sep desiring genteel and comfortable accommodations, 24 Strongs Vermifuge Powder, Plain Straw e. '
previous to the 8t Also In tIN District Coon of tit*.UaUd (- .
tember. On that day we resume our regular exercie may rely upon her best effort to please. Santonin,Worm Seed Oil. &e.AMES. THE -Hair Neapolitande.. States. .ia tie Northern District of Florida. '
*. to continue vitLoat interruption' for 42 week- t3J- Situated at the South end Jefferson St, t LIVELY. Flat Bloomers. G>plei, Shaker Hood, Ia&Ar- R..?.FLOYD, Offlc ApalaebieobL Flm.

.; including the preparatory atfd closing week Tbomasville, Geo. April 11.'57._IB__ Spring and Summer of1857. horn, Coburg it.'ATX D.P.HOLLAND. OA.. Qabij?. FBI. .
, Read BteUdl Da 'rPa for atyta and
C. D. ELLIOT. May US; 67. 20-Sm SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express. variety Des.2Z.IULJI.'
SPRING & SUMMER Ribbons of the mot in '
May'-SO.'S?. t-t THE few of those most Fashionable and by far the exqnuite decign great variety .
,black and white Rushes,narrow, medium and
: FULTON FOTJKDRY Dr. N. G. MCDONALD, 0..00:08.. most desirable, wide Blond Edging,Zephyr Lace'and all other articles .WILLUS: 8. 'WLTM, .

HATING aXYOVXD rBOM Chantilly Lace Mantillas appertaining to this department of aLadi.a Attorney and Ceesefltr t Li
: 'La. toilet BUTLER DENHAM.. ,
211IBoo, MONTICELLO TO WAKEENAH FLORIDA, of various patterns and design, which they offer on .' '
JTJTDEIISIG5ED beg leave totrfonn the) respectfully offer bin now receiving a Large Stock of the most reasonable terms.. Call early if yon wish -March 14. &'. 11. .OWZLLO7LOBID.A. S _

THE ie that Uy have aaaociated tbtjnIelyes inte'bame&nd PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SKIING AND SUMMER GOODS the choice selection "BUTLER & DENHAM. Summer of 1887. 'U71Lti 3e.'J ."00arliI. of.IU-.a.-

;bocmcn?'noder style of March 14. '57. ,' 11 'F y ,cit,and Thon.s ad Lowa4is. Wr.Qa
to the people of this rincbity.DR.McD. Embracing every imaginable style of GOODS of dtscrfptioft anoog rcb2L135& .
CIT4Y, Baja & Co., LADIES' DRESS GOODS, vu: Tallahassee Sash 1dBlindFAOrOar. WHITE we mention r every -- -. -If--ly". ._. _.

;for the pnrpoM of following the trade Founder and hat received a well teleoled stock of LACBS MANTLES, SCARFS, ROBES, MUSLINS, ; 10-4 and 11-4 AUendale Sbeatia*., -L'IG: : IitTx,

Vacbioetf,and are prepared.to execute all kind. of Drug mid Medicines, SILKS BONNETS, tc., A.C. method Pillow Care Linen
thi of
H tmdertigned adopta: *
woffe to this bosinea. Steam Engine T 8-4 and 10-4 Counterpan, TTozT1ATLLyrATdr.ZNi$3U?. FXJU .
appertaining be will sell a*liberal terms u they are sold recommenced the above
which on the that he ha
A large lot of Boys' Clothing, public, Cambrics -i' '
-warranted to Mtitbetioa Jaconet, ". ; ;
order and
give A..J.QXG
to 4\.B.ft. Ln4
where in the country. Physician preseription the of Tallahassee, and would be .
bnsines city
Sugar "Mills and dacting of all kind made with anj and PUnter order put up with care and each article A large lot of Mens' Clothing, to in receive the patronage of his friend. Shopat Plaid Maslin' "- .1'.1..ted themiett6 .:=

Bcatae and diepatrh. PUns and estimAtes furnished warranted. Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, pleased the Rail Road Depot L W. BO WEN. Paris.SwIns"4-' wi11 t.tf.eDd the Onr r.t\t ",,&

of all.:btds'of Machinery and Engineering. Theyre And other article Merchandise'suitablefor 10 pnm..oartTt .fIt th uaW
: 19lpHEW every Much 1.:6'1. ,
May, fk. Embroidered Bwia liaslia. .
Hward Son Steam Engine States
also aale agent for A this market S 5' .' : .
fcr Gioninj Cvttoo Grinding and;Sawing, and flarriwB'a JM3JDEMIST -BR1LLLNTS- '
137" Call and examine them.Jgl
4. Grirt Mm*.for afaeam or hOne toower. ih Plain and Jaocy Maneillea.., tObLU1 -'ly-' : -
JOSEPH"CA'RDY, ed begs leave fafonn the',cit HODGKISS, SCOTT- to, POOLE. PUI'ITNG Fri1lltUODgQ rJa 'w- -'".- :';_. I r- .t :.-.5'--j-; : =-: .
und WF '
WILLIAM BAY A, April n. 67. 15 % .
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I xenaofTaudbaneaaod roeimty. that be ha Pitwt Crraoliti: '" .
JOBS CADt..My3o. in tbia place joiningBrtkaws zez1ASsE 'FLORIDA.Provisions ,.Plain and plaid U ahaooka.MuilinBafida . .. ,. .
fl'4m .opatd m-earriqe"'top Per West Wind A K 11 .e11.1t": t&'C.ii tf.- .
.: StWes m n:1: U..f. 1.t.: -, : ,
-. _" ,.JUfWJ .. FEOM NEW YORK. ..4i il Yi fitt. t'.d .
.. .--- : ,Cambric do,Swiud* .B '
.JntitsA 1 la the bonding formerly oeeopUd! by.J. L. Oroner, t ",Mt
BAGS Rio Coffee ,
.." >A Co11crsFiincb.J..Io1a.OcaI1a. _
.. inbu
1ivB uwovdjJl note*and Meonota tot.. 'wberel.i.]prepared t4 do afJ.ki'' A) 8 Tierce Rice, '8boald' aDd Mess Fork, landing lAdies and Oeotbtnea I: amb' sndbjfz, &e .. _, ',_"
JL of band* of aC..TpW5 n.-t the abortert noUns and on the ziOsL: Boxes Adamtine C.DdI- per o...
my tuffioa John Gflpwlntb 10 O and for We by' ". '> Bar-, bordered E.&aod Emb'd1sndk.ycb1efa, .
FDtf 7UhbMM ;lbr,. coOectioo and: ; :REASONABLE ERMStt,. 10 M Sperm A' My8tie.. McNAUQHT, ORM05ri A 00 Real ..a1.do.6e... JtataIt. .,_ ".U1"_" '':..u'p!. ;._t .:: "
es Tbot iodebtad, wifl take..doe 1aO. 26 fI' .:ITo.l,8oap, BUTtEBbEKHJLJI.March ..' -
and trimming;SDWar new .. March 14, 'C7. '11. I .,
psPng ,
h*a carrUff '
..a ob1i1 ,aUention to the inhtv.er. aW an kiudt ofrepairi. HAYa 10 Kegs beat Goshen Batter, 14,:'C7 11 _<
f JOBNEV: ANtL iaDd '- 25 Boxe Obeeae*:. CIGAR -4t 1LARo lot just rei -
16i- ) Sfr4wTallakaweeEailBoad." .InjprocoredmfiriAraU 8 M.Flat edred es1b Ir
.: _i W, ;:',. .iftterw_ .,Trimmer, ,Began.ALSO ')r.\ o4fioBBY.. Ja C6

'... i from !.Tork.tb.iriiped ia prepared to do. 'Piekk irach2ibs7,. ; 12T ..liT..q: t.r ..ffJP Q
thil1dIicI.tw ..u us ttit JaW.1." it starch, BUSJI 8te4t,_
,- G fbi. p.oati., ;
g.E 'or..oc.a" .m. -.ItcS: .thi. Sct..1'H.twtM.: tfnlal .
;;: b.14 "" IodoLak;tD' sn4 Older Lnbcten '_ '. -
1r.01- at: thoMrYboti. ft.. thit' : : Grotmd .awrted Candy aqdfor. S,3 ."Iic lKp '

f1 A ,n i }- J i. .2ta- n.thdil1.2U: .' .. -to.- "... flnUratot Ginger_r _, .. Pot Atlu' ,2'OO''BUSJRVJJlJlfic.-? \ ; : i" "YO". -.' .! :.t"i _
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F.uye,11r :. M.-f. .s t. r:
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y'WJL For aaU tat CASH" '''
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= 'rpnEiTRoKAw; & I c'oNcTsErHpEgTpANTUE4iIEAP12P; U III?'JIB SUE STilL II ; QWiR3S Tuaia ; S.d Jt
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jjtb.aiiith ; lA.rthur's 0fplalnandPaflenWax :GE
ii-- E FlTrS'h pg heea' d TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.. ": $ aad d. & ;
"ved. tbe'ondersucneo nounes his tr Better. :Best" 2 Proprietor r would .in : tak a llJi g the dtfzens is az-
old custoajirs and the publfe gAderaUy] that lie .baa p.u ishlek1y., 03 d-THE, his friends and;the '' : tent AirVightNft.prerere''E Of' &. ii*nm.c naujDup c.o -rf. tbd "

.. mad arrangements wkh,D.O Wilson-,by which be 7e vhoU todg One;: .Dollar Tear.-: f< that he has rebuilt his, ; 'Ft'' itidh,: itdtT lla- now pe; t"1":1.*:Jo"lt lID.all thai *iah to bit patron...1.* :.LIvE.iIILAs.
tenders, ,
t&ca.h. shop formerly occupied by him under;tbs DISCOVERY' the Presen j I 1 large. Brick Stables,i at tbe old stand, and U now -,0' toitjor fl'lneei-tr3e! : ,'Thii.artfcleseexenatve him his in'hi* nd.ua-aeu.the '.' Brally- tot the veryliberal .f'i1S.ft bIiiPr.psi.tI.siisrui.
GREATEST to Yricttday* public' .
firm of Deteciog' g | prepared-to accommodate his friends'and customers'1 ly used in the East and Northern ,Stales last season, ,; which" be baa heretofore been ..,.

H/B. ;Fitts & Co. COUNTERFEIT BANK 'NOTES. ..He also has attached to his Stable. a good Blaek- will be introduced to the citizens of,.Tallahassee and 'favored ptrOn&gSWft1 And b* that* jontJnuallon* eftbdiaflS'will f -
ft smlto Shop,where'he will have hate done all kind of surrounding.country by,the undersigned has now Iwpei arc not ,
>nd is now prepared to execute all work done ia Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, and Plantation work, Horse hoeing,and Carriage work in the txdpsivo right to manufacture m this riocinity for be gran ted him.H ."k oa1Jqd. full supply of all recommended -.
their line of business,:TU! Exhibiting at Counter- tho best and with aenson.' It is to call and .Tfll constantly
a glance every very manner promptness and dispatch. the coming only aorta'of Ware in* an establishment of bb as Universal
Hcrse Shoeing Ironing and Repairing feit in Circulation !f examine these article and the recommendations of usually'kept'fall assortment of Sheet Irop,
04 A
S Carriages and Buggies A Arranged so admirably, that REFERENCE is .j !, November fI, 1853. 44 the persons who hare used them to be Convinced that line Sheet of Lad business.; Lead Pipe.; Sheet Zinc; CisUra Pumps Cure-alls, but simply for
EASY and the best, most simple and economical article
Plantation Kork of IJ DETECTION g : Carriages Buggies and Harness they are tad *great many other articles too numerous to men .
INSTANTANEOUS; for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can what their
every discript ion,- tjW For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. bV used by the most unskilful person, without the tion. name pur
No Index to examine I No to hunt CDtipl TO BUILDERS.
Mill Irons and repairing same Wagons risk of failure.
Ironing I But so simplified and arra4ged, that tbe M Subscriber baa just received slightest Tin Roofing Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting ports. :
Purchasers w7&! ft containing -
and Carts are supplied
Merchant, Banker and Business Men can sell al., M large supply of Carriages tSf: full and reliable directions Pipes &. all of which h. promises to do in the most
and In fact every other dwcrfption of work mad. of t Glance. 1 *" Buggies, and Harness, which he offers for pniUPtr121t1and ? work-man-like manner and style, and of the best ma The VERMIFUGE
., Iron and Steel:all of which we '.&. and pledge for sale on the most reasonable terms. tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole processconveniently terial, on shortest notke and most reasonable terms ; for
ourselves to'execute at the shortest notice.H. It has taken yeais to make perfect this 0 November 18, 1864. 46. ,within the reach of every bouaeJeeepef.A Having been engaged tor the last eight yean in expelling Worms
large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin from
B. FITI'S.7eb.14l8. ** thinks it to re-
this he
GREAT basu7 at unnecessary
& CO. i store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should
: '. 7 '
-ly commend himself further to the public as regardshia the human
The urgent necessity for such a work has long apply immediately, as tho fruit season is Dear at hand. any I' has
*jj Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. capabilities as a mechanic bait at the same time lie system,
Bold made the and
been felt bf Commercial men. It has been published All Cans are by undersigned warranted
Notice. l to supply the call for such 'a Preventive, JUST received from New York per bark R.H. Oam- safe. WM. P SLUSSER.' assures all that favor him with a call, good work and also been administeredwith

tma'er, gned has made arrangements with H and needs but to be known to be Universally tJ M a general assortment of articles in our line, May SI, 1858. 22 cheap prices. I
] known
THE Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop Patronized. It does more than has ever been at such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, Having removed from the old stand formerly the most
and hands and solicits fur the new firm, the patronage tempted men. It describe. Bank *H 'i White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of Piano Fortes. as White& tuaser be will be found at his stand COP satisfactoryresults
every befct Puttv. Brushes of 200 foot?treet, where he will be glad to wait I I
of his oM customers. D. C. WILSON. Note in three Different Languages, quality Potash Soda Sparkling ner various
Feb. 14.1857. 7 ly ENGLISH FRENCH Ge1nbut'J,London Mustard, French Brandy (very best,) .1ITE are prepared to furnish Piano on all his friend THOMAS WHITE.Dec. animals
= j GERJfAX. g for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, fT"JTI1 V V Fortes, of the very best quality, 1, 18:16. 48 __ _
DAVID E. HULLTITOULD Thus Each may read the same in his own Native n Inks,Quinine, Peruvian-Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, upon the most liberal terms. subject to Worms. *

Tongue. do.. i invite the attention of the citieens ort TEHMS.I he paper will be about 28 by 42 trj j J I J Medicines. We keep none but the very best and to quality or price. JTallanassee The LIVER PILLS for
t this and the adjoining counties to hisOoocLjs i inches and will contain tbe most Perfect Bank *N | hope to merit your patronage. Every Instrument will be warranted. :11'1&. ,

8100k. of Note List P_ibli hed. .. MILES NASH, i CO. MILES NASH & CO. MANUFACTURER OF COl'.PER,TIN AND SlIEKT the cure of LIVER COM-
Together with the rate of Di c 'unt. March 29, 1856. 18 I February 23, 18 6. 8Qu..in.in.

HOCKAWAYS, TOP BUGGIES, ff I All the Private Bankers in America.A a Corn and Cob Crusher. -. DEALER ix PLAIN, FAXCY AND JAPANNID PLAINT, BILIOUS DE

Buggies without Tops, I Complete Summary of the Finance of En ( *\ RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher I received 600 OUNCES Sulpll Quinine WARE. RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD

of a motion so soothing that those who ride in them, i tI rope and America wilt be published in each cdi- M \JT have taken the Agency for the sale of these su JUST Brand, logetbeiwith a great varietyof Stlovc Ilead-Qnnrtcr*

unless they are particular' will soon find the delicious I tion, together will all the Important news of the JlJ prier Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor ACHE, &c.

Jews of sleep with double nutriment descending;" day. Also l'j the Cot-ntry., A tt#'ck of these Crushers, will be on __April 5, 1856., : ,_ ___14_ _.__ r-CA. and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness I
INTERESTING STORIES hand early this coming Fall. Prices v"ry low. considerinr and durability, at reduced prices. I Purchasersvill pleasebe
Saddles! of alt kinds; : great saving in fc-eJ. $45 $55 $65 each Olive Oil.
From an Old Manuscript found in the East, and Ont Door Work. I
Bridles nod Mm'ting.iles; ., where else be O for these sizes. Prices unifom throughout the county. SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just received i
to found.
no has never yet A Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering Copi particular 'to ask for
Valicl'land ap- Roofing
Carpet Bags
; For further piiticulais t call and esamine foryoursehts by AMES & LIVELY.
in 1
and W
pf'l.red print, furnishes the Most ,
Complete Tin Sheet Lead, SLeet
and ,
Conducting Pipes
f nil kin-is :
Harness ( ; J ad soon as a stock for a sample airives. April 6, 2856. 14 per
of. Dr.
History O Patent Cistern work C. McLane's
India Rubber and Lcuiher Belting; D. LADD. Zinc, Lead Pipes Pumps. Shop Cele-

Hemp andllndin Rutfr steam Packing; ORIENTAL LIFE g Newpoit, July 5, 185G. 27 Flower Jars. of every variety done at short notice. !;

L' iu.* and Upper Leather; and described the Most Perplexing Positions in I ,--- ------ LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes City arid Country merchants I brated VERMIFUGE and

Calf. Lining and Si! 'p Skin; which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that Country I One 45 Saw Gin.OR A Just received and for sale bvAMES'A Are respectfully invited to give me a call before I
Coll-irs. n and in fact thing l in Store of this kind SALE, .1 second hand GIN of above size. has I ,
every Lypt a I continue throughout the whole year, and will 8 I Aprils, 1856. 14 C3T" N.B. AH articles manufactued from the
as well us 6f'me things ,\Licit are not, such fur instance prove the Most Eaters-Suing ever offered to the 2 been enly used to gin SO() bales Cotton, and as I best material afld warranted durable. No other very arti I -
Cotton few of which I good as new. For calc low byMcNAUGHT gf
as Wajrgons a ale on Public. I 1 1gT 1 I India Rubber Belting le will be offered for sale. irn.1: ,\c:.
Land and will be sold "ib1e. OKMOXD t CO.
as soon as po % Furnished Weekly to Subscribers <
oi.ly at E? I November S, 50.; 45F 'I' A LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting of October 20,1855. 42 _
N. B. Repairing done on shirt nyiice.Tallahassee $1 a year. All letters must be addressed to _.___ ,
/5 _" --- ---____ __ I 1.\. two, three and four ply, warranted fully equal I -- -- ------
Feb. 21. '57. S-3m [Sent. ropy. JOHN Publisher S. DYE, Broker, j I White Pine Lumber. to Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper; in fact con.iJI I LIFE INSURANCE. SOLE PROPRIETORS, PittS-

and Proprietor, 2 ered by those who have tried them,superior to Leather THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO I
CA :?I FEeT White Vine Lumber |
TO Wall Street, New YOlk.wi assorted, suitU I I burgh Pa. and take
All sizes, from 4 to 14 inches wide, no
Notice. constant
able! Cabinet ... ..
ii'ii'ALL March 21. 1S5Y. 12-ly lor Maker", Sash and Blind Makers hand I ACCUMULATED CAPITAL, $1,000,000. ;>
persons having demands against the e!late cr Jjiuers Work. Not often s-ich a lot for pale on by D. LADD. THIS Company issues policies on the lives of : other as there various
I Nwpor OctlSJISoe. i
Leuora P.Cren@hadcce:, eJ, late of Leon ;: NEW COODS. her(. McNAUGIIT: OUMOND l CO. ,S- -- -- -- -------- 42 I persons for one or more years, or for the ,
county are hereby iiutiiieJ to present them to the I Nov., '56. 45 Town Property for Sale. I whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. I other.preparations
undersigned administrator, properly authenticated, Dividends declared to the insured ou policie t issued now
within the time prescribed by law, or they will be I Liverv and Sale r J lIE un Jeni ned offers at private sale, the following j I for lif5.PLINy I
JOHN Stable.
PRATO RIO US JL described propei ty, known as the J ra\is Lot, I j before the public -
barred and all those indebted to make purporting
; are requested ;I viz i FUEEVAN, Actuary.Moaai LotsN.w.
: 3. 25, 'J7, :30. 48, 110, 141, 112, 113,
undersigned gives
payment immediate!v.JOHN C. CRE SHA W, Admt'r. MERCHANT TAILOR, I :1""I1 that he has pur-notice J 3fj:! 144, 22R, 227. 235, 23 '.2(1, 241,242,2'13,214. 215. j j C5F" Applications revived in Tallahassee by I to be Vermifugeand

May 1657. ?0SwNotice i Dealer in Ready Made Clothicff andGentlemen's ? (dle the Liveiy Stable of JltZ-L. I i j 248, 246. 250/ 252, 253. 254, 256, 257, 258, 208, nil : January 1:?, l58. B. C. LEWIS. I
I William H. N ewsorn. in Tallahassee together with the in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee.ALSO : Liver Pills. All

Furnishing Goods. good will (itS the establishment, an-I! that lie is nowprip.tred II AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO :

having demands against the estate --- --4.-- I I to carry on the business in all its hranche, Lots Nos. 1,2, 3, 4, S, C, 7, in County qr. i CAPITAL,. .. .. .. .. 5 O.Ol. t others, in comparisonwith

ALL Adam persons Graanlinj,deceased late of Leon county I I am now receiving my Fall and Winfcr and promises the public with god accummi-daticns I -A L s 0- i I undersigned., Agent of the. above Company

are hereby notified to pri sent them, properly authenticated ply of Cloths,_Cassbnerrs, Veslings, 4V-suI'.1'.1' ia his line on reasonable term RICHARD SAUXDERS. LoLl No*. 4.12,13.15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 j J, againstlos-* will receive*by Fire applications Brick for and and Frame make insurance : Dr. vl LANE'sare;,
I on
to the undersigned: administrator, within C'i.in the I South County quarter. 1 Buildings' :
N. n.Tames T. Herring IS my duly authorized 1 FurnitureMerchandize,tc. t worthless.
the time prescribed by law or they nil Le barred: Every Color Style and t Tlw 1 hJ\'e described
I Quality, I agent, and has entire control of the Lupines, i a property formerly belonged i|
rcprceiiting | January 19,1856. 3 B. '
and all those indebted arc requested to make pn'I: I to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms __ {_LEWJS.I _
me as fully as if I was personally prrsi'iit. ,
ment immediately. I which I am prepared to make vp in the most : RICHARD SAIJXDERS.; which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, I Wines, Syrups, &c. i iI The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
A. P. GR&MLING, Admi'r.May ffishionaitle Attorney at Law, Tallahassee.
short I "
style, on notice Sep.6,1S56. 3G
LD Olnnl
16/57. 20-8w j CHARLES P. MANNING.Until I 0 Brandy, Sparkling Cider, and Liver

Jeffersitn Circuit t.ourl, NOl Term, 1857. i AND REASONABLE-TERMS--ALSO- i 50,000 Havana Sears sold, the above property A. PERRY will be.ur for!rect RER., I!I Madeira 0111! Port, Old Brandy Port Cheriieb Juice,, ". Pills can now be had at

Alvin May, 1 Attachment. i ALL persons who love to smoke good SEGARS February 16, 1856. 7-tf I Sherry, Sardines, I
is. > Da-Jingcs,500. I A L.UWED WELL SELECTED STOCK OF I find them together with some choice, Torliibb '-- _. -- -- I! Sparkling Gelatine Preserved Quinces, all
E. S. Gaillard, J Sum bwi.ru, ?1C1.S. READY-MADE CLOTHING and, Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug Cod LtTHRESH Oil. -- -- .I Flavoring Extracts, Pears. I respectable Drug

Defendant. and all others interested,are here J Stoic of AMES & LIVELY. Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, 5'
& PU i
.? Stores.
THE notified of the commeucc-iuent of this suit by (Consisting of even fjarnrfnt suitable for winter wear, i iench Nov. 29 185C. 48 1gimap. o!the celebrated "Brands" He I Spanish Olives, Spices, :
attachment returnable t< Fall Term of the Court. : as Cloaks. TalhJ\<, Ci'ais,Vests, Pants, AT., ic, For : Co, t Rushton'a. Corn Starch, Pickles I FLEMING
i xvL'ch will be di" ,"ed of -1000 Pieces ofWa sale' by AMES 4 LIVELY .
and to appear and plead to thp same.JOHN I 1 p at low rice!. j Papering.TUST I Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, ,
WEST, Clerk. ']: Also, a hi-jre lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars, received a large assortment of variety 1\rii i 5. 18M. ,_ 14 I English Mustard, Capers, 60 WOOD ST., ,PITTSBURGH, PA.
;j 1 t ntleT"! ts,Cra\aK Stock*, Hoiery. dc., ic. J i ------- --- ---- ----- --- i Claret, Cocoa, I It ;?
hy .6,.5'1. 203aNotice: I. of color and quality, Wnrlow.Pnpcrnr: '
!! plain !Most. Corn Mill in Sole
Those desiring a thorough o t.fit Vill Consult their and fj ureJ. Bordering to suit all. Approved tte.1 t AMES d LIVELY. I Proprietors.

j I own iuttre6ts by gIvIng me a caBs nil the above arl IcDOUO. LL i HOBBY. : C\C\\ \ OF tljl' most approved LANIER CORN ; January 5,185G.Circular. SCOVIL MEAt,
l tides have been selected with great care, and with a i Nov. 15, 1S5C.. 4', J-UU MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. Tbw ; No. Ill, Charters St.New Or1ean.
ALL persona having demands against Ihe estate : special: \;iew to thc-iradaptation: to this market. i i iI ___ I Mills have Leen for some time in use through this region I Saw Mill Agency. : General Wholesale agent for the Southern States, t"
Charles \Villi imso!. late of Richmond counI I October 18, lS5G. ly-42 J I and lower of Georgia, and addressed.
part give perfect satisfaction "['HE undersigned has the fir the sale of I whom all orders must be
tv,State of Georgia, deceased, \vill take notice that : --- A. S CLARKE ,grinding with ease -10 bushels and the rise I; JL W. llerrick.s Improved agency Circular Saw Mills" Sold by Ames A Livelyj E. Barnard, Jr. Mflss

tley must present them to the undersigned duly authenticated GARDEN s'Ef fsC--1! I in the day, with lesb than the ordinary gin power applied : consisting of three sizes for 42, 48 and 52 or 64 inch Nash & Co., Tallahassee Fhu; J. S. M. Davison

within the time prescribed by law, or tLis f T, now vetelving his; Fall and: Winter Stock of : to it. The maker furnishes a"hand to put it up; : Sawe. These Circulars are decidedly the best in Quincy; Gardner & MilLs, Newport; W. T. Carpenter -
notice \viil he plead ia bar of their recovery ; and allf GROWTH OF its. i JOo. tiSj suitable for and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call having several improvements over the" Page" or use'l
persons inJebted to said estate, are hereby notified to II TE -ould call the attention of our,friends and i nnd t-xamine them at 'D.LAD ':. I I other Patent in use. The cost is about $$ $: f Palmer & Bro Monticello. S.Pnlesl en, Monticello;

make immediate pivmentELDR1DGEC.. t. f the public generally: to our preset Lar e And WILLWMSOS;, Admt'r.May well selected Assortment of I J iic. For further particukirs apply to on, Marianna; Nicholson& Zei ler, Bainbridge,Gs;
2, '57. l8w FRESH consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Casimeres I Drugget;Carpeting and Hearth I DANIEL LADD. ; D.H. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E.Seixss,Tbomas'rilIe,
*" GARDEN SEEDS.Our and Vrstiugs of all colors, and of the best qual Ga.
which he I Rugs. : Newport,Fla, November 3,1856. 44 ;
5ubice itv, is prepared to manufacture to'order on
Seeds ire procured from a Cold Climate, and the most reasonable terms and in the most I :FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool i --- -------;:.:;;;-- -- f fI }'ebrnarv1. 1S57. 8-ly

SIX: xrtcks from date, I -J eal1 apply to the Honor consequently Trill i \ flourish the better in a warmer one, I A Carpeting. Als\ a few pieces Wool and Cotton .I II U-J.-U.it.. !I A.TTIOQ t, Lfve1yI

} Judge of ProUta, of Loon county, for lettersof such as ours. t T" Call caily or send your orders, FASHIONABLE MANNER, do., and fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale right I IX mcnths after date the undersigned administratrix I
administration on the estate of E. A. Shuler. deceased that .you may secure the Ylrieties"ou desire. Together with a general assortment of I at D. LADD. I on the estate James Holderness, deceased, I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,

.late.of'.avi county. J. B.J EFFCO T, AMES & LIVELY. EEADY-MADE port, Oct. 18, 1850. 42 late of Leon county, will file her account'and vouchers Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
May 2, 'oJ.1. 18-6w January 31, 1S57. 5 I I"i ___ and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon county l fIi1fJ fIiJ
I that will conpare favorably with any stock of Clothing 1& DRUGS AND MEDICINES. JII
Rheumatics & Others for a discharge from said administration.
I ever exhibited for Bale in this city, consisting of
Sing r'sSewing Machines. CASHsub STORE. :Fine Black and Colored Cloth) and Frock Coati, rrTal persons> suffering from RheumaticCotnplaint | Nov. ELIZABETH HOt Elt. ESS, Admt'x. I Perfumery, DyestmTi Surgical Instrnments,

r HStjreut reputation: of Singer's sewing Machines: r ciiber, on and after the 1st day of Febru- Fancy Cassimcre and Beaver Frock ar d Business offer a positive medy, in Jay't Stimulating 8.1856. 45-6m I Spices. Snuff, Windows Glass Paints,
_l_ is founded 0.1 the fact, that they arc perfectly JL mary of the present year, will confine his business Coats, I Liniinfiil. It: has been effectual in the permanent I II j i\ ORANGE SPRING- -- I Oils, Vanishes.Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
adapted t.* every variety of work, and that each one entirely upon thec'a Black and colored Cloth: Beaver and Pilot Over- cure of Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands | I and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines,
of them, kept employed, will cam not lew than Sack Surtouts, I have no doubt been rescued from an untimely death I Male & Female Seminar I I Fine Soap Fine Toolh, Pure Wines and Brandies
Sys1etn. I and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal
One TJunaand Dollar A Year. Raglan's Black and Fancy Does-kin and Casiimpre by the use of this great remedy. ,purposes
I situation of this Institution is at
therefore wilt keep no accounts. All those Hints, I'or sale THE one be i Paint Brushes, FancyArticIes,
xvhohave by and Whole
I' Druggists generally at ale I .
All desiring full and reliable! information I Sulphur Springs in the and
persons ountry is unsurpassed Seeds Fine
Garden Havana Seprs.
obtained his Best
Groceries Grenadine
without paying fur them, are Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, and Retail. by AMES A LIVELY.
about these maelines---sizes. crudes of : for health. It Is
prices purchasing informed that easy of access for steamboat They baTe recently reeeived a Largi and Fritavpply \
their accounts will be placed in the Fancy Velvet, Cassimere, Silk and Cashmere do., i Tallahassee, May 31, 1656. 2 -Iy
&.-can obtain it bv applying, by letter or otherwise bands and a few hours staging. j of variety of articles usually kept by
of a lawyer for collection before next return I White Silk do, ----- -- ---- every
for a ropy of I. M.SINGEG. Co's., Gazette, a The Principal with the experience twenty i druggiala. Planters and Physician..ilI fad
day. R. II. BERRY, Gents'Shawl', Dressing Robes, Fine Shirta, Silk, Mackerel and Herring. years
beautiful Pictorial Paper, entirely devoted to Sewi'ig I Auctioneer and Com. Merebant.January3l,1857. t Cotton and Merino[ Under shirt and aided by a corps of competent assistants,will devote at this establishment a full supply of everytb DM
Machine :luteivsU.! It will be sent gratis. 5 I Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. A FEW HALF BBLS. each No. 1 Mackerel and I his whole lime to the improvement of bispnpils.The I ded and on the most liberal terms
I I Herring, direct from the Fisheries. For sale at third session will
Local Monday, January Orders from the Country and satisfia-
Agents ----- --- I prompjyofilled
Wanted in every Town in the United States, to whom New Books. -.ALSO- a low rate by MeNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. '.I 12, 1S57. For particulars R. address, I i tion guaranteed,with regsrd both prices aDd qnali
liberal inducements are offered. A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and November 8,J 856. 45 Principal. I ty. Physician's prescription arefuUy: compounded.
N. B.-We have made arrangements with many JUST received, a large assoi trnent of Satin Stocks, Ties and Cravajs, Collars, colored I and __ ___-._--- _-- -- ,- ----- -.-. '- I Nov.- 29, 185!; 48 I. Also,EppiD?"* compound fluid Extract of Ectho.Jaa .
editors and publishers of newspapers highly profitable Books, comprising l" ; white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread India Rubber Packing. !, I 5, 18516s
and satisfactory to them and wish to make similar Standard Works, Prose, Poetry and IComanees 1 do. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and Lumber. j I -
contracts with every newspaper nnd magazine in with all the recent publications: i Silk Handkerchief, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle INDIA Rubber inch Packing, of all thicknesses from 3- "x TE Live on hand Five or Six hundred Tboosan I Turpentine Farm for Sale.
the For full address Bancroft's and Hildreth's United States. Thread and Marino 4 Hose, .fee., Ac. CALL i constantly on hand at D. LADD. f" feet of SEASONED '
country. particulars AND Newport, Oct. 18, 185G. good : LCMBXR, of every die i icrij Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to-
I.M.SINGER& CO, Motley's. History of the Dutch Republic,just piblehed. BUY. tion. which will be delivered ia Tallahaaae low.- FOR with a small farm and improvement sod

S23 Broadway, New Yoik. October 18, 1S56. 42 Those wishing Lumber can address us at CentrevDle will be sold at a bargain inquire of

'.. March 28.57. .13-Sm 5th Allison's and 6th volumes.Abbott's Continuation. of the History of Europe, Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE Bills sawed at short notice. JOHN H. RHODES or A.P.FULLET.
l WakullaFIa.Oetober4,18U. 40
For Hire. Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs'French I JEFFERSON COUNTY. I Sept. 27, 1856. 89
Revolution; Gibbon's Rome; Hume and Ala- 9 Prime Rio. 5 do. Mararaiho, f *
A LIKELY yoiin; W 031Af. accustomed to house cauley's England :rd and 4th Tolnmr; Rolliu's Ancient I, .0 Landing from Prodi and,, for n1e by \ Tr.lI. ANDREWS, sheriff and administrator I i Shoes, Kerseys Linseys and Blan- Walter Gwynn
'. work. A good cook washer nnd Ironer. Apply History; ThitI wall'u Greece; Ro'utaou's woik?; i McNAUGHT! ORMOXD & CO. ex officio, of the estate of David Woolf, late of I I .I ,
to .*. BRAILSFORD MAXWELL, Prescott'i Ferdinand and Isabella, Ml'x"o. Peru, March 21, '51. 12 Jeflfrreon cvwaly, deceased, has filed in the Probato I I kets. OFFERS his services to persons \rishm? to enter
at D. C. WIL60 "8 Store. Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Russell's Modern -'---'- -- ----, office of JeflVrson county, a written suggestion that 1 A AAA YARDS assorted Kerseys and Ga I the U.S.Land Office by locating land
April 11./ 7. 15-tf Europe; Hallam'a Historical Works; The Works of he believes the estate of David Woolfcto be insolvent. iUjUUU Plain) Warrants, or otherwise.: He will also give prcnpt
Dr. P. P.
: Lord Bacon, Addison Goldsmith, Irvirtf, Scott, LEWIS Thereupon, notice given to all poisons having 1.000 yards Wool and Cotton and Wool Linseys, attention tor such business as may_be intrusted to him .

Notice.SIX t Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington Spark's Washington : ('1 IVES notice to lila friends and patrons claims against said! estate to appear and file the same 1,000 pairs grey mired and white Blankets: in either oUbe other offices in the Capitol. Charges

Months after date, the undersigned will and Headley's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous X that he is now in possession of with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or before 1,000 pairs Russet Brogans. will be reasonable corresponding to services per tomed.

final nc">unt and voucher a* administrator present on Writings. in 10 volumes/library style; all the latest improvements in DenU's- the 12th day of December next, when there will I I' With Wool Hats Osnabcrgs, and such nee nrUI I\ Being Deputy in the State Land Office bt of worse

.', the estate of Wm. LafTixm, deceased, late of Leon L Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2 try. let, Tbe extraction of Teeth, without producing be a p'o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to deB for Plantation use, in any quantity, bv I j I will make no charge for business in that DepartmentMay

county,and ask to he dlsehar od. volumes, just issued, containing an account of the }pain, by tho aid of a l JII.al application, which consistsin said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which D. LADD. 17,1858. 2 -lyNotice. _
JOHN C. CRENSHAW, Admt'r. literature of onr country from its diecovery to the present applying an artificial freezing mixture to the parts time the said William H. Andrews will apply for his Newport Oct. 18, 18.5t1.( 42 I|

In right of his wife LTOSOBA' P. CHEXSAHW. day, with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts until fully benumbed. ,2d. The imraediateinsertion of final discharge from tbe administration of said estate. .
from their writings. The best book of the kind a Set, Gutta Percha which, THOMAS J. CHACE -
March a, 7. ll-6m extant Temporary{ on can be LIME. : months after date tbe undersigned will present
with comfort and Judge of Probate. SIX
worn case till the Gums are fully
. 5imm's Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted oh March 7, '57.. 10-9mNotice. 1 C\C\\ BBLS. Lime, fresh and in good order,just accounts and voucher to the Judge of final Pro.
JLUw bate for the of Gadsden and ask for a
in sets; Statesman's Manual'; History of the that beautiful plan culled continuous Gums, which are I landed and for sale by county '
months after date, I shallpresenfmy final ac Republic; Webster's and Calhoun's Work's, complete, so much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, and McNAUGHT ORMOND SIX
Larkins hte.of said
the estate of Wm. P. eooatjr
the Hon. November 8,1856.
nod vouchers to Jndge of Probate in o volumes.Blan'c perfect cleanliness. : I 45 .
for'Jefienoa county, as admini-trator of the estate of Books, and Stationery, Letter,Cap, Legal May 31, 1856. 2! : SIX months after date, I will present to the Hon deceased. THOMAS' H.SCOTT, Adnit'r.Jait
Ayles BLLord, late of said county, deceased and ask and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens with and bate Court, of Leon county, my accounts and I Notice. I :24, 57. 46mExecutor's -
for A discharge from said administratorship. without handles; Envelopes fancy and plain; Visit ]h. Leon "O 'cuit Court. vouchers ta Adiriniatrator of tbe estate of Matthew LL demands
hating ? the
WL; R. LORD, Admt'r. ing and Playing Cards; Ledgers Journals, DayBooks J. Allen, deceased, and at the same time apply for a A persons against estate of Notice.
April 1167.' 16-6m Records and Pass-Books, and article Daniel K. Granger and James] 1 final discharge (rom the further administration of said Fletcher Whitaker, deceased, late of Leon coun- j!I
usually found in any business. every B. Gamble late partners, f estate. R. G. ALLEN. ty, are notified to present tbemto the undersigned SIX months after data, I shall present my final l-
'":. & ..InHttncbmeot.Sam t i administratrix within tbA time prescribed by law, or and vouchers to the .Honorable if
Boots Nov. 15. '46 McDOUOALL : trading;, Granger Feb. 14, 57. 76nrAdministrator's Judge
and Shoes. HOBBY.
Gamble, ) sworn to 1275. they will be barred ; and all indebted are requestedto Probate for Jefferson County, as executor efJota*

.Ie .:M-ENS',,Womens'and Cbildrena'. .A vs. 1 17. Damages, f.liOO.Tbomll8 make payment immediately.SARAH Johnson late of said County, deceased and ak fcr aJdismission

.LJI me:'uortnient odinK per M banJ.k. Notice. Randolph. Notice. WHITA1KER Admfx. and discharge as such ueeator" .

,-: and or aaIe l by' -HoN AUGHT, O.RHO' SIX weeks after date;, the undersigned will apply r | HE Defendant, and all other persons interested, i months after date I will present to the Hon.Pro- March 14, '15'1.. 11-8w JAMES BINES- qnaji ed exteotor.
:! : ,Karch-'I, 7. 2t the lion. Judge of Probate,of Leon county,(or JL are hereby notified of(be institution of the above SIX Court of Ga aden county my account and November 22, 1806. 'C47!

.-, letters administration'on tho estate of John Dent, suit by attachment,and are required, to appear and vouchers as administrator da bouts non of tbe t state Notice.AJ.L -----------

IrOnandPlow SteeL deceased-, late of said county. plead to the declaration filed therein. t of James Poiudexter:deceased, and at the same time persons bavilg demands against the estate of Circular Saws.

BAT Iron, 1 inch to 8 Inches .. JOSEPH. B. CHRISTIE. COUNCIL. BRYA, Cllc. apply for a final discharge from the further administration Burgdorf,deeeased,late of Leon county, .
SWEDES Rid,Hoop and Nail Rod, *. April 18,"57. 16.Gvw .- &piil4.l85'T., .i4-4m f, of said estate. HUDSON MUSE. are hereby notified to present them to the'undersigned WELCH & GJSppITffS, abU.HOB A OO'S
Piow 8teel, Z, 8. 9 odlOinebet.w Notice.v". Quincy, Jan. 1757. 3-6m- administrator de bonis non within the time prescribed staotlv for ala,PAwI, from 42 to U.i inches usa, 000-.

A large. stock,landing per Mystic'and for sale by Notice.SIX ? .. ., \, ,by law, or they will b. barred;' and all those by ,* at a commission ,on IDuutfae&unf.f Do LADDI

-- ; McNAUOHT, ORMOSD 20 1858. .
-4 upI.i7, ;1*; bf the estate of Lewis M.Saonders eceased -and vouchers to the HOD/Judge'of Proof persona having demands against the estate of ly. '

late of Ion county, trill jnadabis:, final exhibit to s, Jefferson oonnty,a 1.executor',of.the estate of ALL Botolo, deceased,'late of Leon -JOH1T REICHERT, admt'r.de bonis DOQ. : -
;: 's Famishing S tb -Jodge'of Probate:of said ooenty,,and uk to be Robert'R. Jones,Jate of said county deee..ed.and. are notified to present them.to, the lode reigned copoty administrator Mooticelio;March 14, '67. 11-8, The FlOridian Journal
di r. JOSEPH ask for a discharge said executorship. ,
cbftrge< B.CHRISTIE' Admt'r in within the time ;prescribed ? '
by law -
c. ROBERT D. '.Ext'. or Is publis SATURDAY. by
,riJ17-! -l : "' JOHNSON they will be barred:ao4. b indebted are- requested -, Dissolution Co-Partnerflhip. every
Lttwer -i- March 14-, 67" ,11 m, ,to make 1 aymeat immediately. JAMES S. JONES;Eoirwi&W dWaiiTOS.At .
partnership heretofore ,
: ,
Burning FluidOF : w ,R.A.SHINE, Admt'r. THE exfetingbetween: John L ,, < .:._,. .
t*. Fairbanks :''Ferlv March 21, '67 ,12-8* Broom. and Robert Hair,in i the weighing ito- Two Doiilaijp rannnaj. .latdvia* .
SUPERIOR QulLITYMust r'feefred and rage and selling,cotton busineWi Is tils) day duIol1'ed'by ; "
sale by. 'AMES A LIVELY. SITUATED on tbdOclocknef River near the Geor mutual consent. BROOMS HEDt. -TDKs :ADV. ..
Notice I
: January.8iiS57.; :_ _, 1'.i' "' tnotro as the Lynn Ferry,being August 14, '1858. __ .n. : 'or J.Brit .-"1.5oaescariiot1Ifiiec .
.- .. < now chartered and' wall "e.t.abtiabod.j and, having anew ALL persons having demands against the estate of eti :
: j* 'N 4 tc. and excellent FerryBoat tea feet wid. and fifty O.Kyle deceased, late of' Gadsdeo ::. Newo4artnershir ;Pi' to hsitit: "'10 .
fl'I' feet long i being eompeteotly md constantly Attended county, are hereby notified to present the anje to the p, '_ .rd Iiiirwna.. .. .
\ .. Wi1fpp1tti* atXu nth a dita T.bU t'piUt Cli,'fl91 je. I the'undersigned w itdd usectfuUy inform all whow undersigned administrator:within t.bE'time prescribed BzaTnR M&JQBR PCOLESfWT. .tiU!. -auom. 'i A : } -' .iifi&i'. .clitiJ

,i ,T 1J -tbi' JI. .D.lu' !!rPJ'cr > fh to aroa.Ae, '.thatib. *yean: crota..al F.ir.1JaDk.F ,by law, or ibis notice will be. plead, Jq tyur thereof;. t formed 1'X: -- rthipii.tbbostnwofijomai; rlil' \'" '
$ '
'4 ''"'t..,. "' ro"eJ" o), : nj atU times with"_ease.:and safety whelh- and all personflndebted to said deceased te reques-' :W6ighrJ.; tQt f; lfn1 W ..uDl; >,- .; .t" ._.
.J 1&t 'f said couotT'and; V:to : the \ bib Iowa > .:ted '" "- ,
.,, e a er. .., '< ,'" .. ,--JI', : tornakftrfliyroentfmwedisUly.rK.L.'KTtI. ,Ilbrsl-athaoss. oUo f"lkftft It' &fe"tih
'be'dii j c1 THOS.J. ROBE ;, t'r; HARRISON FAIRBANK. .5 '-\ .:AdmlV. i -"KEIR"* COLES. ooTiTgiTeV tfp&mjnoSes It- .
iLiy ?,p57. 168w'r t i&pri1U67.; 16-6m Jan. 1'1:'A'T. 3 March 28, '57. 15-8.- .bCUd' 14 H'$.. .JI,- paid. 'Wi1t. -. .w1'. 0" '"

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