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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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-i-- if AUTHORITY.- such island,rocks, or keys, by persens who ALABAMA. From desare, in prairie county, to cotton From Maqnon, via Elliott's Mills, Truro Creek City, to'Shell Rock &Jb,)fc'Cerro'

may land thereon, or in the waters adjacent From Burl Corn, via Andalusia, Elba, In- plant in st. francis county. and Victoria, to Walnut Grove. Gordo county. %v _
From asbley haz- From Ridge farm, via Indianola, New Ho From-D/eravfllefb"Potataey, FIRm$pdog
thereto; shall be held and deemed to have digo Head), Hawkridge. Westville, Daleviile, holly point, county by
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. been done or committed on the high seas onboard Newton, Abbeville, and to fort Gainas, Geor. zard's store, newport, cooper's and D. P. mer, and 8dneYito Urbana. Yankee Settlement,'Hooey Creek, Ceatc .*

a merchant ship or vessel belonging Id gia. Stevens', iu Drew county, to Monticello. from Kankakee City, via Limestone, Ki Volga City Highland Elgin, jmd demtot' ,

Csf. CLXttL-An Act to authorize the Circuit the United States, and be punished accordingto From Clayton, via Louisville! Justices From hot springs, via Howell's, P. P. PyU' non and Essex to Gardiner. toDecorrah. ,, '

; Court of the District of Columbia to decree the the laws of the United States relating to Store, Rocky Head, Haw Ridge, Indigo chlins, robinson in Polk county, Suckfnta From Quincy, via Mill Creek, to Doug- From Rock.tile, byCsacade.ltCautcn ;

Sale of Real Estate in certain Cue such ships or vessels and offences on thA high Head, to Elba. 9 and wright's ferry, on red river, to paris, in lasville. Rockville by Colony, to Elkador, nOld MU-

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of seas ; which laws, for the purposes aforesaid; From burnt corn, i in monroe to ft. lamar county, Texas. From dfitcoinb to Canton. sion, by Burr Oak Spriogi, 'Vernon Spriflfci
county, .
. Representatives of the United States of A- are hereby extended and over such island, gaines, georgia. From pine bluff, in Jefferson county. to From Mount Canall'ia Rock Creek Howard, Cora aDd Mitchell,, to Afigar.v;

merica in Congress assembled That in all ro ks, or keys.Approved From elba, via old town, to almaranti, in aberdeen iu Prairie county. Elkhorn, Milledgeville, Genneiee,Grove, Mt From West Union' to Bradfbrd. by St

cases in which real estate within the Districtof Aug. 18, 1856. Florida. From Salmdra, izard county, to locust Pleasant, New Genesee, and Emeline, to Charles. :

Columbia thai] have been limited hereto, From elba, via head and grove, in learly counlj. Sterling. From Phito to Bedford, .via UnLoa City
indigo rocky
I fore or shall be limited hereafter, by the provisions CHIP. CLXV.An Act! to enteod the Jurisdiction of head, to Louisville. From pocahontas, in the State- ,.of. Arkansas From Mt Carroll), via .. rgo, and Bluffville, and Lexington. ." .

of deed will to tbe of the of tbe tia cherokee bluffs to Fulton City. From Maringo Crossing .to .
any or one or more, Corporation City Wubington over From ia ; bay, to poplar. in the
for life or lives with a contingent limitation lower Eastern Branch of Navy-yard Bridge and to greenville, \ starlington, to Spar.. state c"f" Missouri. From Polo, via Mt Morris, Oregon and From charitqn to plsttauoathNtbeuka]

regulate Tavel tipon the upper Eastern Branch, orBenniog'd ta. Franklin. via oceola, Qninoy, frankfort: and
over to Each issue of one or more of the ten- CALIFORNIA. Daysvilie, to Territory
Bridge, and for other From elba, via indigo head and .
rockyhill
ants for life as shall be living at the death of purposes. From Carrolton,via Pearl P. O. MonumentP. Glenwood. :i
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of louisville, to Clayton. Prom placervilie to Genoa, carton
county,
council bluff salt Utah
their parent or parents, and the said deed or O. and Pleasant Hill. : From to lake city,
of the From greenville via milleville cook's Utah
Representatives United States of America store, Territory.
will containing the limitation shall not From Elgin, along Fox River, to Aurora. Territpr/
pro in Congress assembled, That the greenland, to Elba. from trinidad, in kalam th county, by orleans Batavia Geneva St. From fort des raoiaes ntvadv thence to
hibit a sale, the Circuit Court for the Districtof From Aurora, via .
bounds. of the From viabarbar'a terry Andalu- bar forks of salmon river and '
Columbia, upon the application of the ten corporation of the City of geno, ; to bestvilleto Charles, and Clinton, to Elgin. qubeck and Eldora.! :

for life, shall hare to decree a Washington, be and the same are hereby et. sia. petersville. From St. Charles and Clinton to Blgim From marietta to fort dodge.
ants
power
te/ided so far as to comprehend- lower. From andalusia to williams mill,in Coving From Orleans bar, by happy to Yre- eoFr '
camp From Crawfordsvilie vli Jacksonville Waterloo to fort dodge via
sale of such real estate, if, upon the proofs, it ( grind/
Eastern Branch ton ttat\! ka in .
or and c Liskyion cottnty.
Navy
yard bridge
shall! be of opinion that it is expedient to do ; Hnrveysburg Lodville, Eugene,Georgetown, centre, to Eldora. -
the said corporation is hereby empowered to FromEufala via fort browden spring Hill, From nelson point to quincy" c. h., of phi- I' lake to
so and to decree to the purchaser an absoJute Indianola, Hickory Grove, and New Albany, From clear AlgonLFrom ,
._ and complete tide In fee simple... adopt rules and regulations for the safety and Enon to Tuskagee. mas county.From to Piscatum Station. I council bluffs and sioux city, in the

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That security of property and of the persons cros. From Jonesborb to mudd creek. port of at. francisco, by sea, direct From Lewistown, via Cub, Fiat) and El- state of Iowa; to fort laramie; or great exit
sing the said bridge.Sec. From Jonesboro to Waldrops Milk to humboldt bay. "
application for tbe sale of such real estate lisville, to Avon. lake, in Utah "ferrlt r,. .
2. And be it further enacted, Thatit From fort gaines, godrgia, via abbeville, From san Diego, via El Paso, to san Anton .
verified From St. Fountain Green.
shall be by bill in equity, by the oath Mary's to KENTUCKY.From .
shall not be lawful for any person or persons newton, daleville, indigo head, elba, audalu- !a, 'teias.From .
oaths of the or parties, in which all From Huntsville to Putnam.
or party to ride, drive or lead any horse, mule, or sia, sparta, to burnt corn, Alabam. Pitulena, in Sonora county to To. olive hill to Portsmouth.
From De Kalb
Dorset P.
Ihi facts shall be distinctly set (fdrth to O.
upon other animal over the wooden part of the up. From louisville in barbour county, via jus males. From woodstick in pulaski county to
the existence of which it is claimed to bo expedient From Mt. Vernon Indiana via Carmi and
per Eastern Bridge, or Benning's Bridge at tice's store, rocky head to indigo head in From Stockton to san bermiadino, via millerton Jamestown, in-Ru efl county.
that such sale should be decreed airfield, Illinois, to Xenia, Illinois.
j ; faster than walk coffee visalid and fort From Germantown, via Minerva, to dover,
a gait a ; or to discharge county. lyoii.CONNECTICUT.
4 which facts shall be proved by competent testimony. From McLcanshoro', via Lo villa to :Mt
Such of the,issue contemplated by any gun or other fire arm on or under the From Wood hop, in Dale county, to New. Vernon. monticello, wayne county, (Kentucky,) Ca
: said from the ton. huntsville, scott county (Tennessee.)
the limitation AS shalf! be in existence at the bridge, or causeway leading From litchfield, by milton, warren, and From McLeansboro': via the Mill Shoals
thereto ; and all persons violsilfig either of From elba via greenland, cooks store millville From maysville, via minerva, to Dover
time of the application for the sae of such (east kent, to in White county, to Farfield, Illinois
the provisions of this section shall forfeit and to Greenville. \ Kent.FLORIDA. From cloverport by falls of rodgb&! An'o
I shall made defendant From Caledonia via Thebes
real estate be. parties to Walbridge, to
pay, for each and every such offence; & penalty From abbeville via flag pond, to big creekin c-ineyville: to Bowling Green. _
. and if minors ad Illinois.
bill
the by guardian litem
'I of npt more than ten, nor less than five I dale county. From pensacola to greenville, Alabama. From hopkinsville to g/eehvflle, csrilvo, to
with all who \fould take the From Villa Illinois.
together estatein Emporium City to Ridge,
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dollars, to be recovered in the name of the Prom andalusia iu covington county, to From st. John's river on the bellamy road Hartford.
case the limitation over should never vest. I United States before any magistrate of the ucheanna Florida. via danielsville and the sand hills, to N'-*. J I From hendersoo to Steamport
Such of the defendant shall be of I From Gallatia via Locust Grove Frank-
parties as j
county Washington and District of Columbia From Perote, in Pike county to Monticel nansville I From Henderson by Spottville, to Oweas-
the age of fourteen years or more shall answer the money when collected to be banded lo. i From sosschcppy, by stay cf Gov. Call's, I fort and Mulkeytown! Duquoin, Illinois.

in proper person, on oa'h, and all evidence over to the levy cotirt and by them applied From mount meigs via lime creek, bruce. to white bluff. From Caledonia to Valley! Forge Illinois. I boro.From Calhoun, via Livermore, to Hart
shall be taken notice tire From Golconda via New Lib-
to Big Bay
npon par. to such repairs and improvement of the ville, arbor vite perote indian ceeek to mout From orange spring to cedar ke}'. I .
ties and to the ad litetn. erlo, and Brooklyn, to Metropolis. I ford.From
guardian I road, leading to the bridge, as from time to andrew. From Quincy, via William Winderwerdler Washington, chaplinton, via fairfield .
Sec 3. And be it further enacted That i Frou Equality Illinois, via Cave in Rock ,
I time may be required.Approved From Waverly, via Home, to Wind and D. B. Rich's, to Ridleysville! in Gadsen I and Bloomington. ?
the proceeds of the sale of such real% e-tale; i to Marion Kentucky.From I
From Louisville via fairfield
Aug. 18, 1956. Creek. ccotmty. to Bloom-
shall be held uuder the control and I I Carbondale to Urbane, in Jackson *
; subject I From .
I From oxford, via arbacoochu, bowdon and Mariana to Osheesee, extending the I field. _
to the order of the Court and shall be vested I CHAP. CLXVL-An Act to fix the Gradaation Periods Cawatton, (Georgia;) to Newman, (Geor. route from Columbia, Georgia, to the latter county, Illinois. I From paducah, via benton, waidsboro tad

f under its order and supervision, upon real and : : for Lands in Greecabury District, in the gia.) place. From Carbondale, via Jacob Millikin'a and murray, to paris, (Tennessee.)

personal security, or in government securities I State of Louisiana.Be From benton by pleasant hill, cantonville, From fort gaines, via li.>Ia orange lake fort I Willard's Ferry to Jackson, Missouri. I:. From new concord to mouth of sand/river
; and the same F.baHto all intents and it.enacted by the Senate and House of From Carlinville, via Otter Creek, Greasy Tennessee. ,
and richmond, to Camden. drane flemington, wacoopootee, and shell I ( )
purposes, be deemed real estate, and stand in Representatives of the United States of A. From Greenville, via oaky streak, jto An. I pond, to long pond, levy county. and Chapman's Point Waverly.. I From Cantos; via Vance's ferry to Mur
: the of the real estate from the sale of From Springfield via Taylorsville and Owmco
place merica in Congress-assembled, That in classifying dalusia. From Ferdandina to New York City, in i ray. *
which such proceeds have arisen, and as such the unsold and to Paria.
unappropriated public From Marion in Perry Bur- steamers- : From manchester, via red bird creek and
,
county by
" real estate, be subject to the limitations of i lands in the district of Greensburg, subject! rough's ferry, on the Cahaba River, ford's From Cedar Key to N. Orleans, in steam. From Springfield, via Athens Petersburg Cumberland river; to Mount Pjeasant .
.\ the deed will. This shall be in force I I and Chnndlersville to Beanstown.
or act to sale in the State of Loui-iana under the From mount via Isaac
; Mill, and James Griffins, to Randolph, Bibb ers. pleasant, W. Huff'sto
t' from its passage.Approved I! act entitled An act to graduate and reducethe GEORGIA. From Clinton, on East Feleciana.via Darlington Jenathan Richmond's, Lee Vir.
county. county
; Aug. 18, 1856. price of the public lands to actual set.lers I Guwsba and Kemp's Bridge, to A-
and cultivators From Abbeville, via flag Pond, to Big t From blakeley, via colquitt, the site of miller mita on the New Orleans and '!Jackson railroad I ginia.
approved August fourth, I From manchester, clay
creek. c: of
j nnty, by
CHI.!'. CLXIV.-An Act to authorize Protection to hundred and four to bainbridge. from Lake Providence, in the Parish of way
eighteen fifty tho reuben steam null) tltnP4jo.,4creek
be gwen t'> Citizens! cf the Uched Stiles why may respective From newton via william britts and bar. From c'henubba, by terrill court house, dover I Carroll, thence to Pecan Grove, in said may's ; ktrti
therein referred red bird
to shall be llience
discover DepvJbiUb cf. Guano. periods computed kers mills, to Genoa. and the .!ito up and with the eca'nty -
to.colquitt, Parish.
moj-gan county
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of from the dates on which the lands be. From Andalusia .io Uchoe Anna, (Flori. of miller. I From Kankakee City. Kankakee county, road to the Cumberland river, and up aid
subject to private! afer the first Cumberland River, to Harlan
came Court Hodse
entry !
Representatives of the United States of A. da.) From roswell, by cherokee line, troy, field 1 thence to Limestone, Kainosa and Essex, to ,
of the of H rbii.
or original offering same: From Beaverton to Orin Davis' Thorn- I in the county .
merica in Congress assembled That when at Cross roads, freemansville, and hickory flat !: Grundy. _
Approved Aug. 18, 1856. I From Jackson, BreatMtt
any citizen or citizens of the United! States hill.! to canton. From Mount Carroll, by Rock Creek, Elkhorn cotin.y, Ken-

: may have discovered or shall hereafter dis. From eufhuia! via fort browden, springhill, j From tennville to:: moznt vernon. i Milledgeville, Geuesee Grove, Mount tvcky, the main county road; crossing the
CHAP CLXYII.-An Act making Appropriations for fork of the
cover, a desposit of guano on any island, Fortifications aud oiber! Works of})cfence, and for enon, to Tuskegee. j Fron; : Calhoun, via floyd's Springs, to Pleasant, New Gennessee, Emline, to Ster- midple in the of kentucky river to Proc
I rock, or key not within the lawful jurisdiction : Repairs of Barracks iud Quarters, fi-r the year ending From Winchester, orr mobile and ohio railroad j Rome. lirig. tor, county Owiley,- State of-Ken

of any other government, and not occupied the thirtieth of June eighteen hundred and fifty -I to linden, meranga county, alabama, I From Jacksonville to Trader's hill, (Georgia I From Richmond: Illinois to Milwankie, tucky. '
seven. via jersey butler, mount sterling, and via I From Whitcsborg, in the county of Letch
by the citizens of any other governmentand tomp. ,) josiah lewis', on mill creek. Wisconsin.!
F, shall take peaceful possession thereof, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of kiusville, in chdctaw county, alabama. I Fiom colqnitt, via! millard, to newton. I IOWA. er to the residence of John Lewis, on the

and occupy the same, said island rock, or Representatives of the United States of A- I From Tnornhiil: Honcoek county, to from vienna, via pennsboro', and hahira, poor fork of Cumberland river in the count/

key may, at the discretion of the President of I merica In Congress assembled, That the fol. : Moscow, Marion c'bunty, via Greene ha.ley's. to troupville. I From West Union; Fayette county, to Lo- of Harlan.

the United States::; be considered as apper. lowing sums be and tbe same are hereby appropriated l From reidsville in tatnall- county, georgia, ,i di. Cook's, Jacksonville Prairieville Howard From Jcekson to Boon ville. .

taining lo the United States: Provided, however I I to be paid out of any money in From the lauderdale springs, in the state i i to hinesville, in liberty county Georgia. Wilksburg Cardiff Mitchell, St. Augar, and From Irvine to Boonville or Manches
I I
That notice be given by such discoverer I the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for of mississippi, via l livingston; in sumpter! coun'j From mount pleasant, in glynn county to Orville to Jordan and Austin, in Minnesota' ter.From .

or discoverers, as soon as practicable, to i the construction preservation, and repairs of ty alabama, demopolis,' spring hill Pendarvis' Store, in Wayne county (; Territory. Manchester to Harlan, C. 1?...

the State Department of the United States, of i certain fortifications, barracks, and quartersfor and McKinly, in Marengo county, Orville, ', gia. eor.1 From Freeman, Floyd county by Floyd, From John Lewis to Whitburg.

[, inch discovery, occupation and possession, : the year ending the thirtieth of June, one. Cahaba, to Selma, in Dallas county, Ala I From cook's store in appling county via I I Gilmantown Mitchell and Cora, to MitchellvUle, KANSAS TERRITORY.;

, verified by affidavit: describing said island, thousand eight hundred and fifty seven : bama. Daniel !Morrison's, in coffee county, to Doug. county. From OSIa\vat.amie to Neosbo'Citr.

rock, or key,and the latitude and longitude For fort Montgomery, outlet of Lake From oak level, via pumpkin pile, georgia, lass, the county site of coffee county. I From Decorab, Wineshick county,by New From Cofachi qua, vb LeRoV to"Colnmbia. "

thereof, as near as may be, and showing that Champlain, twenty five thousand dollars. i to cedartown georgia. From Caffton, via'Sharpe Top, Rich Oregon, Howard county, Villanovia, and -

such possession wa taken in the name.of the For fort Knox, at the Narrows of the Pen. From wetumpka via buyck&vilU, travel. Mountain Copper Mines, to Jcsper, Pickeos I Nute, to Mitchell. From fort scott to coJacbJqo/ via Le

:,'i United States, and that satisfactory evidence obscot River, Maine, sixty thousand dollars. lew' rest, Weogufka, Marble valley, Talla- county. From Vinton Benton county, by Yankee to Columbia. ROT

be furnished to the State Department that For fort Wintbrop.Governor's Island, Boston dega Springs, and Fayetteville to Syllacog.ga. Prom prcston, via richland, luhipkin, and Grove, Tama county, and Green Mountain, From Columbia to,Council Grove.

such island harbor, ten thousand dollars. bladen cfeek to eufald Alabama. Albion, Marshall county, Decorab, by Ste-
rock or key was not at the time From Sac and Fo Agen to Le .
of the discovery thereof, or of the taking possession F(r: fort Richmond, at the Narrows, New From Columbiana via residences of JamesM. From carterville, via dallas, to villa rica, phenville Houston and Looneyville, to Me- From Le Compton, yi Glendale y Ror.
to Oo
and occupation thereof by the claim. York harbor seventy ve thousand dollars. Walho, Henry Webster, and E. Cook to Haralson county. 'j nona From, in Wisconsin.Jonesville Hundred and Ten, or (Richardson. *
Shell Rock )
ants, in the possession or.occupaiion of any For fort Warren, Boston harbor, twenty crossville. From marietta via dallas, vanwert-to ceo by Village, From Shermanville to

other of the citizens of thousand dollars. From asheville to Levi C. Blair'sFrom dartown, polk county. Clarksville and Clinfil'sSprings, Butler coun- From Allen CoJ Cofachidae.
government or any to .wbj*.
other governmentSec. For fort Delaware, Delaware River, one Crawford, .yia Waughtula, to socie. INDIANA. ty, Beeler's Grove, Rockford, Floyd county, From Topeka in1
Kansas via
and Owen's Nebraska
Grove, Mason to Clear
2. And be it further enacted, That hundred and fifty thousand dollars. ty hill. From Decatur in tho county Adams, in Lake City. county ctiy, to Mount Pleasant and Burlington,
For fort Carroll, harbor From van buren to ashville.
the one
said discoverer or discovers, or his or their Baltimore the State of Indiana Oakes (lows.)
.
by [oil From
; way Cdbuque by English Mill, John Graham'li -
hundred and fifty thousand dollars. From gadsden via fairview, lookout moan-
citizens of the
assigns, being United States, Bluffton, and the Salamonie, in Wells countyto Preston, Mt Pleasant, Hopkinton and LOUISIANA.From .
Calhoun tain hendrixville to bellefonte.
be allowed at the pleasure of For fort entrance to Hampton "
may Congress
,
Warren in
the exclusive right of occupying said island Roads, Virginia, fifty thousand dollars. From Asheville, via Chesallyrio, to blount- Huntington county. Vinton, to Fort Des Moines. vermillionville, via randolph cad/ '
From Frankfort
Leb.
to Reece's Mills to
From Cedar Rapids, by Sister's Grove, on the
fort Charleston harbor South bayou tortue and mien
For
ampler, queene tt1.-
rocks ,
or keys, for the of
purpose obtainingsaid ville.From anon, thence to Danuille, via New Brunswick Bishop's Grove, Redman, Temaville, Toledo, I ment on the blanc
j guano, and selling and delivering tbe Carolina, fifty thousand dollars. asheville st. clair county; to blount. bayou to cottrelft on the
Elizabelhtown and Jamestown. '
via and Reedsville, to Albion, in Marshall county memonton river. .'
For fort Pulaski Savannah River ville, cbepultepec blount '
same to citizens of the United States, for the Georgia county. From Noblesvill' in Hamilton : .
purpose of being used therein, and be allowed nineteen thousand dollars. From wedower tia Haywood, K. B. shortsto county, to From providence, by floyd, to butrop.
Andersontown
may Strawton Perkinsville
by From Dubuque, by Independence, Wambo From !
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to charge and receive for ton For fort Clinch Entrance to Cumberland franklin georgia. pecan grove to.floyd.
every and Hamilton. Bradford
thereof delivered alongside a vessel, in Sound, Florida, twenty fyre thousand dol- From mount meigl, via line creek, bruce. St. Charles, and Floyd Centre, to From marion,, via :brooks store, cherry

tubs, within reach oi ship's tackle, proper ville, arbor vite perote, Indian creek to mount From Le Gras, in Wabash county, via Osage, Mitchell county. ridge; spearsville,comic bluffs, and lisbon,to
a sum lars.For Dora New Holland and Mount Etna to
cot dollars fort McR.ee, and preservation of its- andrew. From McGregor's Landing, by Fort A Homer i .
exceeding eight ton for the
I' best quality or four dollars per per ton in its native site Florida, twenty five thousand dollars. From Jacksonville via nances creek, to ce Warren in Huntington county. I kinson, and Howard, Howard county to 0- From harrisonburg,. into 'Ca1 hoa1a arfsb.
From Renssalea.-
dartown Jasper county,to Mo- sage. good water, ia wino rillh. .
place of desposit: Provided, however, For fort Barrancas, Pensacola harbor,florida georgia.From.ahipperville p '
That no shall be taken from said is- twenty five thousand dollars. via summer hill, to new. mence, in.Kankakee county, Illinois. From Dyerville, Dub'aqae cannty by Hick From clinton, in east feltciana, to prospect

land, rock guano, or key, except for the use of the For fort Gaines, Dauphin.Island, Alabama ton. From From Anderson Crawfordsville to Noblesville.:via 'Jacksonville I ory Grove, Esds. Grove, Forest Hill, Buffalo hill, on railroad, via dariington greesaborjr. ,

citizens of the United States, or of persons fifty thousand dollars. From oak bowery, via kendall's. X roads, Lodville and, Grove, add Greetier's Grove... to Waverly, and Kemps Bridge. ,

resident therein, as aforesaid. And provided For fort Taylor, Key West, Florida, one to dudleyville. Harveysburg in Illinois.. Eugene to George, Brewer county From bastrop to'ashton,on. the mbeinfppl

also, That said discoverer discoverers hundred and fifty thousand dollars. From newton to woodshoss. town, From Montezuma Poweshick county, by river.

his or their assigns, shall or first enter,into or For fort Jefferson, Tortugas, Florida, one From newton, east of the river, via Wm. From Sullivan. via New Lebanon, Mejom, Mill Grove, Granvil. le, and Peoria, to Ptlla, From Columbia to natcbltochi.-vfa cat-

bonds, with such penalties or securities as hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Buitt', mill to Genoa. in Indiana, and Palestine, to Robinson, in in Marlon county. tor sp/'a. v ..., .

be required by the President, to deliver, For fortifications at Alcatraz Island, San From perota Via Monticello to Troy. Illinois. :I From Independence Buchanan county, by From Louisville, (Arkansas,) ,to the orcft,

the may said guano to citizens of the?, United Francisco Bay, California, two hundred thousand Frdrd Shipperville in Dale county to new. From Renssalear, via Pilot Grove, .ud Mo- I GreelyVBorch's Point, and Long Grove, to ard grou,1a. the parish oCboa er. (looiiaaj.)

dollars. rocca, to Kankakee City Illinois. West Union, Fayette county. by way of F. D. Harris, and.A.B/r 9s-* .
States for the of used therein :
and to none others purpose, and at being the price aforesaid,, For fortification at fort Point, entrance of ton.From fredonia, via Hickory flat, to Roa- From Lexington, in Scott county, to Little I From Cedar Rapids' by Colemsn's Hotel, From franklington, in wsbWgtos& parish> t'
York, in Washington' county via Camargo, Clinton township, Linn to Davidson via Charlee
And all San Francisco Bay, California, three hundred county Pickaway, .. Emght'e an4 Dcaa
to provide facilities for that
necessary noke.From Wooster New Frankfort and Austin.
Aishop's Grove, and Salt Creek, in Benton .Crane's. .
and fifty thousand dollars. Jasper, by Thornhill, to Rnssell- : ,
rpoewithio a time to be fixed i in said bond. s /
From Leavenworth, in Crawford county, county, to Toledo Talma county': From hndtllaston, via Trifl creek'and
For of Castle Charleston Anacoco
Pinckney
tepairs ,
And any breach of the provisions thereof ville.From to Paoli, iQ Orange via .Magnolia From Clarksville via Har. '
county Boiler coontjrj to belmont I /
harbor, ten thousand dollars. mobile via hollywood, to donnelly'smills mano/ ., : .
shall be taken and deemed forfeiture of all ,
: %
a English, 5It Prospect and WUliamtburg. din and Point :Nevada lie
For repairs of fort Jackson, Savannah Riv. baldwin county. City Pleasant.to From st martiasville: by w j of cota>> W.
under and this .
rights accruing by virtue of From Richmond to Unitftf via Mtddleborough court house of '
er, fourteen thousand dollars. From crawford, via Waughtula, to society city,: Story'nt1. 0 lee., to vermillionTille' -. ...- '

act See. 3. And be it furtht enacted., That For,repairs of foitMorgan, month of Mobile bill. I tanshurg, Bartonieo, BHlsborongb and Salem.,Bethel,Arbs;Spar- Dunleith From Lancaster in jUlineis., by. .Potosl, Wisconsin, to '. iEAINE. I::._ -.... .. 'IOI",.. ,.'!."_i

the iotroddclion 0f guano from such inlands Bay,.Alabama, twenty five thousand dollars. ARKANSAS.From From 4.lIfew Providence: in Clark county, From west bnxtoa, 9 Ibonne-jJ. '

rocks, or keys, shall be regulated as in the' pocabontas via cherokee, to poplar to Marlimrtrarg, .!hi Washington 'coun /. From' Sioux City by the Vermin River, ,|iH ravel, to IJltMtAft.-n.-yot' __' '.,, :, :._.....' ''''i.F :..

coasting trade between different parts of tbe I For extention .f Battery at fort Jackson bluffs, Missouri. M "FJOjt Wtlliamsport','\' 'Weat Lebanon, to Minnesota:Territory; to Fort" jierre,.Ntkras- ,. i at.. UhiO1 ..(!1iQ7th...

United States,and the same Laws shall govern i Mississippi ,River, ten thousand dollars. From Pocahontas, by.James D. Cross', in .D .invifle .Illinois. Territory, r. ,/ !JmnMtM.'f- eoti4' ,biri4.,&or'-I4J.

the veuelsconcerned therein. 'I For repairs and'extension of fort St. Philip Randolph' county, to Domlphan, in' Missouri. .Ff 'm' Austin, -via''New 'VrankTortazid) ; _From Siodicflj Nebraska,' by L.'Edw: qoi!. eooriRrrer.ia -bfryesburgh.t; '. ''t"i ;t'.
to the South
Bee. 4. And be it fart er.eted.bt. i Mississippi RverthidythounddoIlars.For .' Wooster and-Camargo; to' Kent;.in'JelKrsoncodnty. Territory RTOQI iotisb '1r"r _

nothing ja this: contained be From st charles via dd 'witt browns- I -.. f4 .- ,
act, shall; con to j t arDth -bV !':\ ; ..
fortifications
straedobUgatory,on.the.United,SUt s to re-, ; : contingent) expenses' of I vUIe; in prarie county. From Salem"to Little York, via flew Phil: : a m oaBpoadCit&e : 'iTl fi'-1.ffa! ..
t&in at the iab.odi.n! not herein mentioned, :the. preservation ofi1tuih.protectiofloftitIes From London to-JcWc/: Francis i :;Jameitown, and CIfft&Cog.' inMiteneti &o- .. 4 ..rcvs ,
ppsa TGD : ai'OZ'bP,: connt ,adelphia.. = /
and of 6anty. _
.
u *rprafiei tEe shall .bare beta i Tepain From Princeton-via Mount Carmel J 01-) ; ;cr1"A'Md"
( to
oano / .
: three From Adrl C: H. Dallas ,.. f .
cofetr.
thousand "
,. -sodden damages to forti,thirty : ,_ by ri ,
resjoved kotn8ec& aame., From Danville, tip Dutch Creek, to Wai- ney. In Illinois.' J. .. .. Pierce's_ ;. -S'; '. t: '..' 'J'f1't' ,,.,
hundred Plantstion. Psdocs aDd
dollar .
And be'it farther enacted; Th t' .:. dron. f ,,, : ,From Spencer) Ow eD' :ibuht 1:.Indiana,'byway 'Jef non n'.' -n' &.., p. Rjp1y ull! "Iv. to .. .... ". ........ \
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tb. t deat'of,the,United Stte*:> :Jiweb/ .. Approved'Angl8,1656' : ..From' -- ..desare- prairie;,county, to Oakland, ., .Cataract: ;, to:'Cbverdale., in Putnamcount >> -.Trom..waf' ;- by.Dorci'"str, and' l'Zlvi | .D ... ;tjA=' S tj- =-.t;...
riZ ( ,:.. f.. '. -" ". ''- .''_'" .
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,disUeu :' .jb., .sfranciscOvuy.. / ; !! tosoTerrItory .", ,, ....., ,
: :
Iac4&Da : 1Gaa '.-CLXVIH-Ao Act to t !*bC k ecrttih. Post. ; t 9' -
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J 1'r the United Stti.. id : .- -- From chienla! yell county, via pleasant -. t -' .. 'J
.U".L.I." ': ,- o. -:.l... 0#::.'!' .. .JLaici-! ; : hoal' creek mormon's bluff to roe.vile 'lLL1NOI8.I! : : "'' .':! ; !
I..otd.di IaN : 4ilI l ) ; li "' "t : '! $ i4
.,. .u.aconret' or .' ': -r ttt." tIIi.a": ': :' &ndJtO: or .From Aton 'via:Greanbnih teMonraoalh.FronV .' .A"W1Q ,..H :.. ,. n& -'; <* .
"t,'. .. $;ot di r y' ...At-'!,,:"V ..':.'f"...,,r : Y' B.e'1teac ':1.: ., ; I8 ,.IrkIki9uPtLy1? t ..' ;, ; Mf.'iI'!" t, :Zldori: 'IA1tIt' ..., ....
{ f Al do mp ; -
KewvBo tbn -
)te. :; "lthaUDIot82Qf4.edci1iCo6' J t 'HigK Point, $F .. :)018 i
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cnonnUds by
&Cr :b ]i! .: f.f t'tba From wontgomerycounty, : "i$ e ." .,. ; "..J" ,!!W ,- ... ,
l i it j U i. :t fc 3rabed! Tct the'f'ol.'Iowiq maddox sulphur springs and big; band, to ym :Cbdenl.J ,anjiBsB6p> :HUI, to-Galra. eounty."p:: : FioMfb. fl ,\ ..r55i.' ""'J"lF'14'<' "" ins+ ? *. T w'U *** _-*A M. 'f

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i [ "in. addition to:_greatly increased' ;regnlar The latest Intelllg M* "* e"**" *": great Mruaonsett1em&DtLkcorotorTtiv In the County:of Gadadett recently* homlcld\ ':.CtapftalASton- Walker,' had left wtb'QUI'ittft AW1IipaDl 1)r 'Oe. L-
ir c f.tl the van, woamMfl i d,:waer* the '
i tta committed avet"t.Dot neefyJ& our ;The Charleit0a favUr.of Thursday contains .same elghJi
make we for ten ; : ; ofaMthat; beenheardohejrn was question bcwd
-Jf fr t a. euatO upon ., ont h ." following Joined you on \.r L. Mtry and
let
.wai murder from'Oci.'Hennlngsen brought by vcrblJJ1
whether.lt or man ,
and five foot ,companies of .volunteer beiagroach a m overt 'acts of insubordination to. enquire made to you th1areportibib. by yourrl11.faCfor.

1 r S "B B Jt : force"than had ai'any previous to the laws and eu.,judicial authority of.the slaughter de1'the, ..J.he' "pri onerhas, been' thalabel from'BavaWltwni he found' to con den I hereby reduce to *1ting, aDd IU b40.
-- le To1nt Unit thin l thilrabstlae of.toe.lrtewUlon of Hires nd .c81 edJ
admitted to ball The'man.kllled waatheowrfe* ,
; B 185?. ,te IM been employed by the States. Thy'jiaeotTsiiy rebelled against CHAS 'FRED.lileeUon .

TKD\Tt.,. .- 6 Ftel Ste authorities combined- -.thus fully thority of;,this. G vlmet and '.to demonstrate, of a HnaB farm, anaJid about the first of the year capitulation of Gen.Walker:. JIEYNIBOS\.
their- "utter' employed the party!Who lately""killed ,him on the UnrreD STATW Stoor or,WAR ST. MARTS, t L--- Gseerat.
To CoLNDttS.W$ have on our tAbteeraFeQmntu3Ication&.trttea MY, endorsing ad' vindicating, the. action of the State disregard for the powers that be, have '
: to n*fof publication In'thlsmatter. openly resisted and defied the mandates of the Fed following',terms: Tb\ owner of the':form was toboard San Juan del Sud. May 2, 1867. )f BY TBJ.BOB.tpu.

eral Courts and have seized and they utmg man himself and his negro woman, To Excellency Ge*. WVL Walker, -
by the names or the writer*, I have been thus particular t show the necessity upon destroyed by .
unAccmpnie our rule precludes their appearance and propriety of the State's action and I now respectfully the application of the torch the archivesof Ter the last to goon the farm as a hand and the first to Com. in Chief and President of Nitarggva: Blot-Six MfaXWM

& unJe ritorial the business and also to work as a hand.- Six -ln conformity with Instructions, on WAH 'OTO!!, June
in the columns of the floridian Journal. request that you will, on behalf of the GovernmentThis manage : _your j ill
., demoralized and reckless Instead of certain and fixed wages, the young man the night of the 31st April, I proceeded with CoL .A terrible riot took place during the .eitetlou
States and the ervice. population, guided
adopt to
Unite approve Waters the enemies at Cuatro to day In which the combatants
to Enquinas,
,Wai to fecelve; it i is Mid, a certain part of the crop. camp made trN"
IPoRT.tcT. FROM.WA8mGTON., With high regard, and controlled by corrupt and infatuated led l confer on your, behalf witnCapt Davis of the Tinned arms The United States Marines were or tin

I am your ob'dt serv'L, seem bent upon the accomplishment of their de { There was no written contract. Was the killer undenthe States Sloop of War St Marys. Capt Davis out As company of ODe hundred and orrij

_.Cor. Brome and the Indians. JAMES 1:. BROOME, tion. It i:stated by despatch from Washtngtqi law the surviving partner and entitled remarked that he was in possession of information, nn' were proceeded to the poU to quell the D.ll.

thousand the thereby'go on with the business, contrary to the which,. in his opinion, tendered your position at they were attacked The mob ,'ere riot
His Excellency GOT. Broome arrived tbs city fforeraor o Florida. thai,6\cl ,troops are pow.moving in wish of the legal administrator? Such has been Rivas untenable, and lie had therefore with the fire on then with a swivel, whQ th.t Prtptl' to
,
on Tuesday' last from the North. lie is the enJoymtnt To the Hon. JOHN B. FiorD, dfretio&ofUUib: who, in the event of continued view saving further useless effusion of blood,, ed, took the swiveL and fired,on the .riC rtnetehArg.
i be the law here and these too '
opposition on the of the Mormons will be held to by l persons with the allies for the rioters return dth. fire Th.
War, part cm* opened negotiation evacuation ,and wheia thi:
_," health, and is the bearer of Secretary f Dtob'
ohneet' plojed to enforce the laws and protect the citizens in the legal profession. That the widow should be of that place. in the event of his being able to dispersedJt WMMcertalaed that .1 Pn we,
< .i.intelligence of the first importance to the people Washington Gty. I compelled to abandon her home or to feed daily at obtain your concurrence. This information was, been killed aDd from fifteen'to had
the United from Mormon twenty _
We
of Florida, -which is graphically presented in the of SLt oppression. her own house the slayer of her husband, who had firstly: That CoL Lockridge had retired with all One of the Marines were shot, the rest wound.s were ,
have one opini m with respect to the duty of forces to the U. S. the inpoe- cent and rioters. lbo
WAR DEPARTMENT leaving
enbjbined eore In the attainment of an ) but made of her children, we confess was rcpugnnnt your enemy persons There Is great
pndence WASHINGTOX } the abominablevices orphans session of the San Juan River. Secondly : That in the city. The Marines ucltesnent .
additional operate agahfet May 21, 1857. f the President in 111 emergency. I are still under arn .
.
olunters t in to feeling of human
our opinion every the Transit Company intended to send no more .
SIR
I -
,the Snole and the approval and adoption by have the honor to acknowledge the recept of their polygamy ana the nauseous and bnl- ity. Our construction of the law has been that the steamers to San Juan del Sud. Thirdly: That you 'Steamer Burnt-LoM-of

the President and Secretary of War of all the military of your letter of the 8th ins asking An approval tal doctrines of their church do not properly come I an .oversc'1" fln interest in the crop instead were reduced to a few days' provisions, and that NE'W''Oiu.uf, Jane ].-The Lift

serfice in which the State has been engaged of the service of certain voluntee. called out by within the cognizance of the Unite States law, let giving rtncrshJr. Such an your ranks were being rapidly thinned by deser aM. was burnt in Galveston Bay steamship t.

since the commencement of Indian hostilities in you,and in reply to inform you that the explanation the libidinous scoundrel of the "Valley" be of xrflcea did not constitute a tion.Under wfrTSSSSt1*'
t'\gh. U almost olwas.deeigned to ;lve the these circumstances, considering OoLBif.M4e.ora.' AKBS*
to the arrangement your po- U. S.
for
ns their
services is nevertheless that j
far
necessity ,
determine whom the so amenable
1855, we are at a loss to !satisfactory as they are to
t siti'o as and in the ? propone persons wen ite* ?
and orders have been employee a greater energy perseverance by lte& sKansaa.
issued to the officer commanding the law, the arm of the Federal Government
credit i is due; the Governor, foi the very successful must should Bu":7PIlder: Rivas to him j that you and taken into GahestoD.
mo of his And it Is this and not you
manner in which he presented the various in Florida, to muster them in and out of the be acknowledged as authoritative. prosecution business. staff should accoiT' J .hIm to San Juon del -

propositions which are to subserve the vital inter- service of the United States. Democracy is liberty and not licentiousness and whether he receives part of the profits, that deter- Snd your; to be transported by the St 5arJe to Panama. roDl .
mines whether it i is a partnership. We quote from That.. of the and citizens ;aCil: ld likewise WAWIIXOTOS r, June
in the rest l.-Gov.
cuts of the State; or Gov. Floyd, at the head of the' Very npectulh', I framing'n Government of the people, the people army Walker has anifed
Kent, voL 3, page 33 : "So to allow a clerk or be transported via Tortugas and Punta Arenas in Kansas and In hh inaugural addrua '
War Department, who has responded nobly and Your ob'dt servant, j must succumb to its statutes so far as they conform I I .'1.he
hill Territorial laws
: 5 i of the of sales a to Panama after surrendering their arms to shall be enforced.
agent a portion profits as compensation -
promptly to the valuable suggestions of Gov.Broome. JOHN B. FLOYD, I to the great guiding ehnrtci. To compel this subifltssionto i -the officers retaining their side arma. I repliedthat -

Within very short period there will be within a Secretary of Wt'T.I protec the lives and property of our :I for labor or a factor such a per centage on your entertaining such a proposition would New Orleans aiiuUelpaJ Bleetlen.

fraction.of 2000 Mounted Volunteer en- I His, Excellency, J.<>. E BROOM, citizens() exact obedience to the United States : the amount of sales, doe not render the agent or depend on your being satisfied with regard to the Niw O LKA:, June ].There was nooppoalt1oQ
:actively Uorcrnor Florida officers I factor a partner, when it appears to be intended evacuation of the river by CoL Lockridge and his to the American ticket at the ejection
of the the of -to \5rtuefrom pollution-to shut toiy.
re.cul
gaged in the vigorous prosecution war, WatIngon.AIIJ' 'I merely a mode of payment adopted'to increase and command, as your principal motive for holding -
operations of which will undergo no relaxation during the mouth of rebellion is the imperative duty, as Hi vas till the last moment was the fear that he might 'Do :, June 1.-The Governor

the summer months. All honor to Mr. Buchanan '! GENERAL'S. OFFICE, ) !I we humbly conceive, of this administration in its secure exertion" So seamen take a shore by agreement arrive and find it occupied by the enemy. That has refused to remove Judge Loring.Yasachu tu

W"smc.ToN, May 21, 1857. f Utah with the ship owner in the profits of a whale with regard to position being desperate it was .
and Gov.:Floyd for the liberal and just policy J I policy, and we ha"t no doubt it will be done. your 0
: SIR-I have the honor herewith to transmit a While a of million of free citizens fishery or coasting voyage by way of compensationfor true that you could .Dot, from want of provisions Democratic GaIn. In VfrgnjRIcmwD .
quarter stand
which instituted for the benefit of our l
they hold Rivas much but that could break
copy of a It-tier addressed by the Governor of Flor I I. their services, and shipments from this country. longer you Va, May
ready to defend the constitution of Fines 28.
In thus have erected enduring ; our country, and through the enemies and march in direction -
btato. acting they any
monuments. to memories in the I hearts of our I I I ida under date of May 8, 1857, to the Secretary o{ I IthE rights of those who live as honest men beneath !I to Lndia on half profits are usual nnd the responsibility at present That if further enfeeHed you could Democratic This election ranks.has added more than SrI to the
t. I War, respecting Volunteers called of patrons has never been supposed to flow the Pacific and embark They have had large .
whose mental and out by the former it, let it not be said that the Judges of onr Courtsin always cut your way to every dirtncf the gain ha
frontier inhabitants physical i I except eighth.Arrival .
from such This distinction either at San Juan at other point the
i to suppress Indian hostilities in Florida, but Utah forced to special agreements. or some on
are resignation that crimes
to be relieved, trust, the ; go unpunished -
sufferings are soon we by j coast on schooner Granada, which had on
i never regularly into the service of the that seems definitely established by a series of decisions, your of the Illlaoli.
American
citizen
n1.terl'l ; languish in Mormon board two six and store of
for their : pounders a arms cart
ample means to provided permanent .
NEW
rrmpt. I United States. that thewives lint is not now to be questioned. If the foregoingbe and You, May 29.-The steam r :
and lead
prisons; daughters of Uni- ridges, cannon, ammunition powder arrived later beE
secunt.-. I The ser\icfs of these Y\llntrrr having been recognized ted States officials are !subjected to insult and ray- the law, then a man can not shoot down his em- On this, Capt. Davis remarked that he must at brings $1,800.000 bringing In news from Cah1fw- ; Sh.,
nleo informs that he has
Gov. arranged
) us I inform that it his unalterable determination .'
and the President the ployer in a conflict resulting from a disagreement once me was specie.are
approved Secretary i4inient-that life and to Among her
property are ruthlessly Colonels
before the at for the ) allow the Granada ?
Departments Washington re- I not to schooner to leave I ne2mDlg1eu'
of War directs that about the business,and then if he happen to have an and Titus of1icaragnan
of
you cause one the officers sacrificed at the behest of the sjicriligious infidels Came. The
the and to take of her to [ ntn i.1rtdmt.
cia new and most favorable basis for port, possession previous
cognition from
I of your command to muter into and out of the I who 111'e infested one of the fairest portions of our interest in the growing crop, go on as surviving hit sailing from San Juan del Sur, which must take portant California.
of to establish reclamations due
takjcg testimony I service of the United States, n!soon as partner in defiance of the legal representative.But .- place in a few days. That he wasacting on Instructions -
Emancipation
practicable continl.'It ofJyed
this State on account. Swamp Lands sold by the the admit that of two should kill the from his superiors, from his Commadder-in- Ikon 1ID4 F ,"
indicated Governor one partners
I' troops by Broome, to the Billy Bowlegs hit warriors that ST.Louis May 28.-Dred
General Government, posterior to the passage of the tnt untut"I.tl chiefi That since the outgoing of the late Administration Scott, with hIs 1rittt
end that be other in conflict, will it be pretended that the survivor and two daughters
these lnds to they may paid whenever Congress shall | infest our frontier are better specimen*of humanity I at Washington, instructions had been received were tmaXlclpat to dilJ
act: nfC-ngre6! donating Fold: I make the necessary appropriation for the purpose. than the 1'1 whs libertines \\hoinhubitthe plains of succeeds to the rights and privileges of such from the new which contained nothing to Taylor him Blow, EaQ. They had all been eeavd to-
The Governor's to has been .ihke by 3Ir. Chaffee
: trip Washington : of
A supply of blank muster-rolls will onrc be ] Utah. I condition resulting from the natural death of one of induce him to alter the course which he Intended to M&al8lCbuaetta. kr th&t .
profitable to his State and honorable to himeIf.He n But that he I would considerall pose.
sent to your address. I 4 ---- the partners? Would not the Court of Chancery pursue. preferred
done his this unsaid and that would -
ha himas
duty faithfully.MR. I urn, sir, respectfully] Thr (:top Propped in Kant Florida.A in such a case remove the entire management of the as you regard Gen. Walker otNaw N1eanz1aa.
very I his and sole I
acting on own responsibility. remarked
EDITOB-For the purpose of doing justice to I Your ob'dt. servant, recent cxcurhl through that interesting p'"ri besiness of the firm from the slayer of his partnerinto that this resolution was a most importantone GRLEAYS, 3lay.-it is fOO1ldinty

the President.and the Secretary. of War, on the sub I S. COOPER, i I tion of our State embraced within the Counties (,f i the hands of a receiver to wind upThe same? and would probably prove a determining fact, here stronger by the force friends than oC Gen. Walker that 1I'itW.

ject of our Indian hostilities, I retpeetfully request Adjutant General. : Marion, Alachua and Columbia, enables U!to speak I I'e( Kent, 3d vol., page 63.) And yet we are told and therefore aked him deliberately repeat his rights in Nicaragua ever. iD. he 1riU return to ela
whether it his fixed determination to sieze the sixty days tiz .
the insertion of the subjoined correspondence and To the Commanding Officer, ; fr.m Obf'l'\'ntill of the l/ndiiOI of the croj>a.at I"that the interests of the survivor will suffer in the1nlS schooner Granada.was lie replied that it was his unalterable of men and means will be_ at Ifa dispot. Ple1ty

orders i Department of Florida, ( this time.; Thp appearance of vegetation tlierU of a third party, and the hands of that survivor resolution not to allow the Granada" to 4 .

It will 1 t seen that the Secretary of War, with I through the jw.t month, gives -reason to hope that il red with the blood of the deceased. Who is leave the harbor of San Juan, and to take possession Could not PAM them.

the approbation of the President has a approved and TLmpallori.n. i I the long deferred seed and growing time land come to look after the interests of the widow and the orphans oilier before he sailed. With regard to the BostoN, May 30.-The House of the agtl

adopted on account of the United States, all the I -. in earnest, despite the approach of the comet Both I ? Who i is to restore the husband to the one, evacuation of the San Juan river by CoL Lockridge here baa failed to paM the bilL or l" "%3 r
.\ DEPARTMENT ) II' and his command. he said that he had entirely sat- affording aid to Kansas
military service in \fliich the State has been en- I WASHINGTON, May 28, 1857. j"j"JIE corn and cotton, which it.was thought in the early or the father tG- the other? Interest! Interest I IOh iofu-d himself of the fact both by the investigationsof -_ --over- .the veto.

gaged since the commencement of Indian hostilitiesin I -The President of the United States requeststhat part of_\pri were utterly ruined, are turning out I Tewpvra t Oh! Mores. his Lieutenant, McCorkle, and by perusal that A* E.XGLISH Pnrrr

1855, and that with jew to a still more vigorous to aid in suppressing Indian hostilities within exceedingly well under the circumstances, and JUSTICE. morning of a contract for passage to the United from &UKITT.-A lady wr1ting
England thus
i States, signed bv Scott and by officers of the British the
.
prosecution of the war, I am authorized to fur- I warrant the that ---- .p. prtMD1
Florida, you cause to be detached, without dil.vy, I'oncuFiol the crops for the present squadron besides other corrobative evidence. I pulpit celebrity of London:
nish additional Mounted Voluu- j The Freight Question. .
ten eompaniesof from the militia thereof, in accordance with a late year will be the largest ever produced in that observed that he might have been imposed upon by "" ecbt"cl1 was.weU filled

'. te r with a, regimental organization, to be mus j suggestion of your own, not exceeding ten portion (,if the StutA mur-h larger bolt than ever : Mu. EDITOR-I notice in your last paper an article a forgery and asked whether his cont't'ntion"a8 crowded and; we were much. pleased without'Ith b.ingo

krel into the United States ser'ict of mounted be companies before has been put under cultivation, and the :1 on the subject of Freights from New Orleans toNew shared by C. J. Macdonald, Agent of the Transit geon. Hu style is rather I fro dare pur-
volunteers reported by companies pr.s"rfcs
In addition to this increased Volunteer force, he t than York, ns compared with those from the former Company whose experience rendered his opinion you have seen many of thHewsjip say
to the commanding officer of the United I for more an average('yield to the acre are I I valuable? Capt. Davis replied that Mr.Macdonald about him. He is lUJecdotet
has authorized the of hundred and I port to St. Marks, styling the latter as" exorbitant"and very eloquent but
employment one at the
most The : had been satisfied of the Lieut urns
Stotes troops engaged in that service, as fat as theycan i cneourajing. same fu\orable accounts factbv_ )IcCorkle'sreportLnt time he makes use of veryl.dUrous
fifty footmen as hunters and boatman, who will be be detached, in order that the same malie, ( were received from the Counties south and east of I extortionate. Now, Mr. Editor, I am also a that he (Capt. Davis) fully aware of the which cause much amowment. For exprnli01ls.

paid liberal salaries or per diem These are taken ly mustered into the service and of the IU-I i the localities lHrl referred to. consumer, nnd only interested in the matter as such, responsibility he was assuming, pledged himself for designated us(his c01Jgregation,)small frv.JJstancehe aDd then
pay
"in place of foot Volunteers, who could not be procured i [' East: :Florida i now the most I and would gladly] see them reduced to a more mod- the authority of this statementI after expounding that part ottJU Ret-t'Ialionsln
: populated therefore communicate this
States I densely greed to to which it
of
you
speaks the
at infant pay. I'I'WHj With ten eonpiri i.'"t a ro1on, Li"'nt Tinnt Colonel I I I portion of the State,and i inconstantly receiving an erate standard-at least to s the same rate as rules conversation, and to submit the following offers heaven," he pretended Angel to hold keeping th ate of
these -"Tjt* have r-een sttani; from New York to St Marks throughout the year, from Davis the a dialogue with the
( 1 iJ"Ip and Mnjor may fie mustered; with eight, a ]i i tifiux:emigrant irom Georgia and South Carolina, Capt as only proposition likely to aforesaid,. angel aomewllaHn the
fonllliillg
I rcgr.t that I c..J i.T.ot; yet report a close cf my negotUtu.n i Lieutenant Colonel and Major, and with whose known thrift and enterprise will impart additional I but I know this to be intpossible. 1 think Consu be admissible\ : That under the guarantee of the Angel!r'shouts Mi- S. so loudly that he made manner the:
( the eb companies I mer" gives, to the least of it, a American flag, you should with sixteen officers cf church ring i; d hi
with which II.gn s.z
n. money to pay my f.I l- i impetus to the say very partial ;;';f:e WEre (110
only a Lieutenant Colonel In either case, onl l!, already rapid development your selection with their arm1, horses, and effects that for th; tithe Lurprised -
low citizens fur their services ar.d in statement of the eomparativ rates between New being perfct sUt'nte
,
tupplies
noI I Adjutant one Qu'rt"r-mater, each with the rank I i I I its-valuable fiUre". The Railroad enterprisesare leave Rivas to embark at San Juan for Panama. Well," says the angel. )tr. reign eJ.u -

vance of the appropriation by Congress. In the : of first and not exceeding three medical i exciting, with I the I people I jrenerally, the most intense Orleans and St. Marks, and between the former port That Rivas with its garrison should surrendered any Methodists in HeaTen r 8.Ha ve jot'Nt

present condition of the m< ney market, loans ere i Leute.nnt l intt". The Fernandina and New Yor;. Theratcs quoted to St. Marks are to Capt. Davis. That the privates should deliverup Baptists f' .Not AlIgeI--lVo. "by
officers, may alv> be mustered into service. (! Railroad: is cumple- ODe. And h. went O'through
with difficulty. I how I the uniform rates the to him their arms, and together with the officers, a long catalogue of
grit am, ever, not I ted prevalent throughout Pre
the
taine to 35 mile station year; >bjt.riaui
'i will in pfscopaj. .
A of this
will be a .
copy requisition sent to the ant passengers employees, and citizens, be transported by another etc., ete., at the
without of at I those to New Yvrk selected at the lowest top ofth.lungs
hope efrecting an all I desire are as
early day lie
short time he point 'bo8gh were
Commanding officer of the United States troops in [ re'gularljclrritd to Ftrnaudino, thus route to Panama accompanied by a U. S. officer and tftlkin to some ODe in the
on this point also. In view of all the circumstances I Florida, with instruction to detach. proper mustering ;,'I. expediting travel to a considerable degree. We of depression, but they often rise to $2 to $2 50 under guarantee of the U. S. flag. At 2 o'clock A. objecting to each until at length Hat ltreet-th Tie said angel

I cannot earnestly those' ho : bbl. for pork. The vessels that trade to New M., 1st May, I returned to Rivas promisingyotr an- Hne-
to urge upon I officers to meet the \oluntferi convenient 1 j i \er assured by one (If the company that the entire per you got any believers i Christ r.11pen which the
'hold claims for military service or supplies not to I Road will be in 1 loss York carry 5,000 to 10,000 barrels-those to St. swer at 10 o'clock, and personally to come back if an'gel8l1id he had &s few of that Itock
completed twelve haunt"-
and to '' months. OD
that
point correspond you on point < t.nn the negotiation was not broken off. Accordinglyat Of
'itl course
tacrifice them by sale at a depreciation. I Marks 500 to 1000 do. The former have return every one was in a titter, and
|I The could
of the
and all others Connected with the vigbrcincIrisec.tion. \ grading; Jacksonville Roadisalso com- 10 A. M., I returned to the quarters ofCapt. Davis hear them laugh an the yoa
Respectfully, I '': plettd wmie miles and is freights at good rates and are always full-the latter at Cuatro Esquinas accompanied again by CoL or two rather over chuJch. He told one
on the part (If the United State, of the said twenty being pushed da ludicrous stories, but.hill it
S JAMES EKCOME.WABEINCTOX rarely have return and frequently Waters, when Capt Davis signed the draft of the what "as nothing -
E bO l with a* much speed a? possible These Roads tredestined any cargo very they tell ofhim in LoadoL
titl'S.Y | but half from New Orleans agreement which 1 had made out in your presence, 1 A. few week.
| to cargoes to St ago,he amgJed Lord
(ry Respectfully, Mimean, UItXPIt importance OB and to which you aeceded in view of the determining out of his Pa1menton
CITY:, May 8, 1857. I Mark If the ratea from New Orleans here congregation. and told him
commercial from are h. Deed't
avenues the Atlantic facts that Davis declared
Your servant, to the Gulf Capt. that he had think 10 much of
SIR The Sfctuinole Indians remaining in Florida, oh'dt JOHN FLOYD, j j| ports. .\]things look promising for our Easternrseigibors. j: exorbitant," of course the vessels are .making money. embargoed and intended to siezc the Granada" course Adam)1Oa3 himseJ1 a marbt-gardner for hi. father (meaning or.

-, commenced hortilities in December, 1855,by an at n : We Why, then, do not some of the small vesselsnow which was therefore certain, and pledged himselfas was brought and his mother
see no to the fulfilment 8P" a charie of
tack upon lieutenant llartsuff and his command Secretary of l"ar. \ ; oktu.ton in New Orleans put for St. Marks, and offer to the'vacuation of the San Juan River by CoL Upon another occasion he told stealing apple
of up the
His Excellency, J.., E Bnoonr. I j I l! 1 bright and glorious] destiny. Lockridge, which was therefore more than probable.In titude that the U 8M4mbled mul.
while engaged in The peaceable! discharge of their to take freights at l less rates There is nothingto way to hell was smooth nd
with easy
Governor Florida, \i G4a conformity your instructions, not only like this said he, and
duties as officers and soldiers of the United States. o !| Democracy Triumphant In Virginia. prevent .them. The monopolists could not the agreement in question, was drawn out without pulpit-door, pus his foot straightway he opened the

The commencement of hostilities! found your officer The JIawonle Convention.. I:| Sufficient return of the recent elections in Virginia refuse to load one vessel at COe. f) bbl., and load any reference to the allied or rebel leaders except down, as you haTe often over wnjittle the banister, and slid
boys do. He
in ccmtnand of the Department Florida quite unprepared A Convention of the Officers of the Masonic Lodges are rll".inc t indicate that the Democrats another at $1 ; if they did, they would have to pay communication when once mentioned with them.as the "enemy," but without then stopped for a moment,and said"but the way

for the protection of the frontier, and the I have the entire State the difference to their corresjiondents. I of to Heaven is bard like this," and then pulled Mm-
of Florida, was held a Alligator on the 25th ult swept etithe ctj' of Richmond am With General Zalava I interchanged courtesies in self up again which

pursuit of the enemy. James.M. Baker, D. G. M., was elected President, for the first time since the days of Jtf rln. opinion Mr'Editor, that the ouly reason why we the quarters of Capt DaVis. Jeres I met in the but the congregation operation received was this rather difficult: ,

,The emergency was such that I did not heutate and Dr. Brunch Manatee Lodge, Vice President. The average majority in that city is 260. Every hate to pay f 1 "p bbl. from New Orleans, while we same place after signature of the agreement, but no tr lion with great applause It i, really practical wo; ill\1&-derfuI

to recognize(at the earliest day practicable, and S. L. Xiblack of Alligator .Lodge' was appointed Congressional district is lost to the opposition and only pay 40c. from New York, arises from the fact allusion negotiated was of made after to its it conclusion by either,; I whilst only being remarkedin still should, that so young a man (he is only twentytwo)

order to the frontier, of Mounted that the business from New create such a sensation but
seven ,
the Orleans is still
companies democratic small that
Secretary, assisted by Mr. Hern of Jacksonville Legislature beyond precedent The so reply to a remark which bad been made, that to hear him merely from many go
Volunteers, with instructions t give protection to Lodge. lane distribution issue proved to be an unprofitable larger vessels cannot be employed. And, again, shots were fired from both lines during the armistice ought to come curiosity"0n to America

the citizen, and pursuit t the enemy. The object of the convention was the adoption ofa speculation to the party of tricks and expedients in we have no cotton, or other produce, to send back, ; that from the other side they were fired wantonly Brooklyn.PROORr.3. and settle 1 In

At an day, Brevet CoL John Mnnroe, then and hence the whole -from ours only when the enemy profiting.
early the old. Dominion. voyage must be paid for by .
uniform of work be 'observed
to
system throughout by the suspension of arms to induce desertion or to I
commanding, made a requisition me for three I OF BLACK RU1BuCAm8X.-Pr'oTfd.n'e'e
-- the New Orleans.We
upn the State, which was satisfactorily attained c. freights from erect barricades, which were considered an act of I Rhode ,
mounted and two foot companies vol'nteer the after an interesting and harmonious. session of four General Walker. have now a line of steamers from New Orleans hostility ; that on the 11th ultimo when returningthe Island is taking the lead of the other northern

latter of which I was unable t.furnish. The three I This distinguished fillibnstcr has retreated from semi-monthly, supported by Government, wounded prisoners to the enemy by your direction I cities in working out the destiny of the Black

supplied leaving days.Dr. Central America, and arrived at New I myself saw them under cover of the white I Republican party. She has
mounted cmpnie were promptly A. G. MacKey, the able and distinguished Orleans a few and if they can transport freights at less than f 1 -p raise barricade the St. lately elected a negro
flag attempting a on
four of te seven originally ordered out, Masonic lecturer of Charleston, was present by invitation days since, where lie was received by n crowd of bbl., the trading schooners must do the same, or retire road. To this Gen. Zalava replied that very George dif- in Alderman and a petition Is now being circulated

still in the service of the State. These I regarded and delivered a course of highly interest some ten thousand people, who manifested much from the trade. I do not believe in monopolies rent orders had been given and that the matter that city, headed by tie Rev Dr. Wayland to

8 absolutely necessary, and thciefore retained ing lectures upon the origin and mysteries of the sympathy for him in his adversity. He a Jd jessed regulating the rates of freight any more than should be better looked into in future; but gave amalgamate the white_and negro schools.

the crowd, returning his thanks for the honorable of cotton and hence I me to understand that the commanders in one of .4*-
the craft He was listened to with marked and they can for one,am willing the intrenched had During a recent exhibition
lat enemy's little of Tan
To chow that I called into service no more troops tering attention by large and intelligent audiences, reception assuring th(1 at the same time that victory to allow them to be regulated by the immutablelaws over the other. camps very command Menagerie liofe attacked- the Amburgh's

than were necessary, I have only t invite your attention of whom, for the first time, were made acquainted in Nicaragua wa yet sure. From this, it may of supply and demand. Having brought back the agreement for your signature the beautiful animal to cougar and tore
pieces. The
t the progres of the war. Notwithstanding many with the character and benevolent be inferred, that he intends returning with a stronger ANOTHER CONSUMER. CoL Waters returned *ith it te the Cuatro tered the den with [lion tamer en-

'a judicious disposition of all the force regular puros force to renew the struggle. The report of Gen. -- Esquinas, and.was to bring back Capt. Davis, as an iron cage cleaner and soon
of M nr.Te Henningscn another column the HARD TIMES w NORTH ALABAMA.- The Huntsville soon as word was sent that yon were ready to eva brought the king of beast. to terms.
.And volunteer under the command of CoL] Munroc gives impor.
well ni '
convention was not F attended as it cuate the place. I next ordered the foundry .
.i4 ]likedi;position of tnt facts connected with Gen. "-nlker'l capitulation Democrat of the 20th inst., says: and ammunition to be cannon KANSAS '.".-. St Louis
.* a efourcompLiesretied should have been; the East and South being the destroyed, by breaking May 26.-Kansas sdvl-
In the service of the State, foud only portions of the State fully represented. The and retirement from the scene of revolutionary "We propose a meeting of the people of Madison the trunnions and sawing through the carriages of ees to May 21st, says that Secretary Stanton has issued -

to give the protection to the strife. on Saturday next, at the Court House in Huntsville, the former-by breaking up the steam engine, fan a proclamation for the election of delegates to
..practicable necessary' almost entire absence of delegates from the Middle -- to provide means for the relief of the starving. leo and cupola of the foundry, and throwing the ammunition the constitutional convention on the third Monday
frontier. Our Citizens were murdered their property and West excited much surprise and regret, as itIndicated Foreign Mission. &e. pie of her sister counties." and powder into the arsenal yard-wells. in June. Returns from 19 out of 26 counties were

dt.e and each wot the apparent deter- an amount of indifference Masonic. obligation A Washington dispatch states that the number The Democrat learns that in part of Blount, This order was duly executed by Lts. Cols. Swingleand in giving 9,21S1ll'gal votes. '

,..mion te lJin to break up the County of.Knte and duty which should not exist in the for Hancock, Walker and Marion, especially, many of Potter, respectively, at the head of the Ord- It was said that many of the Republicans were
that I found it necessary applications foreign appointments, particularly the people and their horses and cattle verge on star nance and Arsenal Departments. In this manner i going over to the Free State National Democracy.
it protection minds of intelligent and conscientious masons. for Consulates, continue increase. vation. The citizens of Lawrence about i also that an
service of the State additional t Every Monlton were destroyed, in the Arsenal, two twelve pound attempt was making by Northarn Democracy
t mulr into the an We shall be. able t present in our next issue the day brings hither.Jjoth individuals and letters, and Courtlandt, have subscribed over $800 for tho brass howitzers, three six pounder iron guns, four to send free state men of that party to the
neither the State nor General Govern in full of the convention. relief of Hancock and Walker. iron twelve : convention.The .
detent proceedings strongly for these offices. The light pounder mortars, four brass guns ,
Dents having the trfop t spare for that service. President recommendatory has declared to his Many had left their homes and 'gone to neigh- taken from the enetny, vizi: one four pounder and Hon. Ely Moore, formerly of Hew York Lss

: In the month ofpriI, lo1!*. great excitement excitement City. friends that the bnsi. borhoods where food could be had, there camped three five pounder guns. In the Ordnance office been solicited to run for Congress

and Te mln& ness greatly embarrasses him particularly a be leaving their fields untended, for want of ability of /i ,OOO cartridges, 300,000 caps 1,500 lbs. powder. -_ -
existed in the County oy adjoining We see by the hist.'Sentinel that tre Board of cannot gratify one in ten of the applicants. No man and beast to work without food. It is said There remained undestroyed shell, 820 twenty- : Struck by Ll&'latnJnc.

ple In consequence of Jiffus of Indians education have elect that ripe scholar and accomplished doubt the appointment will bo made gradually.he ] that many cattle and hogs have died of starvation. four pound shot, fired into Rivas by the enemy; During the storm, about eight o'clock Saturday

In the Great Gulf the SuwAnnee gentleman, the Rev. D. McNeill Turner as The consequence will be a scarcity next fall, winter 240 six pound shot, cast of iron from the enemies morning, a heavy charge electric fluid descended
the entire
Summer
H&ok having before him for that and spring. shot, from cell metal or from lead. upon the residence of Hon. A.E.: Msxwell in this
Swamp, and I the Sute portion of Madison principal of ths Instution We agree with the purpose. None will, it is positively stated, be sum- -0. About 5 o'clock in the afternoon Capt. Davis, city. It first struck and shattered a chimney,

County. The troops"both'of the Fer1 and State Sentinel in the opinion that the Board have been manly recalled, and the utmost delicacy be LAND Srzcvs.anoss.-Tho Chicago Journal with Gen. Zavala who was to escort you both whence it descended into the rooms of the second

Government, were 1 fully a necessarily occupied fortunate in their selection., observed tw rd the present wU This dicts bankruptcy for speculators in Western lands.pre- through his lines to San,Juan,repaired to your headquarters floor with, playing strange pranks and making sadhavoo'

: on the southern frne and in',the Indian He j; endowed with administrative talent, has carried much incumbent at Rims,and I proceeded from thence with wood-work iron-work and masony. Bricks
programme disappointment t It says: Davis nnd Dr. of the St Ma. plaster and wood were destroyed or dispjaced.'lroamelted
Taylor (Suageon
Capt
': f to with- And mind and
..enU thatjt .. un ipcble' has an ad1b energetic, "' a purified those who Antcpt an entire change during the Such a result is inevitable, sooner or later. It rys)) to the lower plaza where I ordered the garrison and gloss 'shattered. It :was frofiAntial

,any,pOD of either in that ambition; all of Wie are essential t the piton ensuing monih cannot be otherwise. In the newer States and Territories to be formed, and caused your general order that the lowest himney was truck for bad the

qur.c I compelled to raUea volunteer tfe occupies. ., land lire held and sold at almost fabulous No. 59 to be read to them. I then addressed themto fluid as it would seem it should descended by the

force for temporary,$errice there. This was jr. The Democratic State Convention offfexas, prices, and all classes of people are wild with the the effect that they were bow by your order trans- highest,']life must''haVe been lost;', as 1 it. was, 'of'the

V.jBurtertd after. the nfety of the Ball Boa Iron. "whioh.met at:Waco on the,4th. nominated for land mania. In Kansas disturbed and agitated as erred to the control ofCapt. Davit, and to the protection nine inmates of the house, not one was iojureo
out IrfNe thai Governor, Hon. JL R. Runnels alt Lieutenant that Territory I is, town lots are sold at hundreds of of the United States flag, aud that I expected though all were more or less affected by the OlSe-
section baring been 1u. \ WeTiave/eceivcd' pleasing intelligence Governor, Hon. Frank Lubbeck. dollars per foot, and wild lands scarcely trod by they would yield to any ynited States officer trio influence.. ,[Wed Florida Jlaw '

S -. a8ubeque: 1y. found the In* the ahipTolaai, .C pt Whiting, :from' Swansea, the foot of civilization, are held at prices very far he should appoint the same implicit obedience till -._ m'9 m

;:: : ': foree/in; the:neighborhood of the,Blg Cy- Wales, has arrived ft th! o'Oft 1rbwit Gen: Samuel Houston'ts the Know fioj ing Candidate above their real value for any practical use.' At reaching' Panama as to their own commander-in- "Itead M Berlin' "

I- Cb, or Billy owpwbereineect1vfa : .603 tons of Ifor1tPeuua o!1 pros ne ly organized States thirty forty fifty and even one to them'the hope that officers and would *.
men awiit
bove. an eu speech at.Houston on the J20th nIt. exponent Know Nothlagta calledWhat th
lXjrc"jp t> Te struck blow '.tt' vpnld'haTfltermlaaUd Boaa. This U'H.-.o Iron J1c I..te. ': .- -.- ,.-. huncred. per" cent' ia,offered for money to invert him 1 U the execution of his arduous task. He then has piped Us Us*:toneWotiet words 1'11!.a_; .

the war,U,was found: necessary,,before: named road., Another cjrgojs$ dally.expected. We ST. .Louis, May 18.-The St. Louis! delegation attending in real estate.. It is A\bJe'tbat such a state of transferred the command, till his return, on tba fol- : ,

.'pcrW 'gt to go up and) upaIiitfiniiwm. There be ) who directed
must a them to deliver.
'
rye their to
fortes the rails 'an early ; I up arms, '
A( period,
cdi pertfan sparedr 'me.1yg 1_ t, : & c-withdrew- eaSaturday, 10th,. oh. the'adopilon"'b), ,stopping place' somewhere, and when that is him & the ordnance office The state of the garrison *'LAji dtflrAzi IT U nasi.?
totttaerrice, CaTblJ:: or'ae of'the'UniUd6Utei"beiag "p* V i the conference"! i declaring the constitution. of the reached, they WIP.drfp to their! real. *alue for, practical when'd.llfercd over. to United State.pincersww ...Eslen se thi kstij dan es'pi' '

..t :. .' .', 1'r.. exp.ech United Stales: failure, sndthe< delatonIn t theDredJcptt purposes. as follows: : ,9,oWas.ip wIc aew ant askn -

: P whwW!>* tW of : : ftranoeWI -40.----. Wounded and ai6kla and out of *i.4a4 f bls best In i even )4fltc
,
.t ; ; case of.finding per.. AKnsro Ea4Lts1,8iugeoesndBosptta1Adan.5e fr.cuItvbs Ire.. s&s. i.emidictise
tf6& The : "itst.that Ge s4
'Tribwid .
: U'o D' .. learn has tatoped on hi I,1 1 and fn .t _. CJiIcAgor .. 171Natlvs ,) IM'
.ttaS 'ssiivLrcorsie4iau'4u'n. : a man named Hosely.in that nnd rt6ok prisoners.. ,. .' 163 _
EITeto Tarn' on ftltiy& earn*. 't mil Contract.WASBIVOTOX :eHy, n ;%.-.iisV ., v. ..64'J
i.ii-J; .,.- y"5u'C fQD-? :S"Li see, .*:referewjj.'" '' ) ,,o f ,. May$J-rTh Tosfc 'Office Department -- to Idas the wife of An Indian'do r' 'Brooks, Officers'non-eoroalwionad'officers and privates ;
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.'J 1. .. has "awarded to the Southern Company ,with.whom he..was on'terms of tntbDic,( The husband : exeludve ofl 8.who.scoornptyoi uNi(7.mVI Wu
,' "; e .t1l ;A f. r"n.l '! anct:,Ga t. Steamship to San Juanf-iv.V?.,C,,*.*: % ; : 1 .. arm % _
.. _'_ : fntBaly'U"Abut the'conlrsct'cf t&e'sctpl-mpnthly seniee of the hearing of the matter Minted a salt ror.l slan- Emloye.bfD.patzn.nta and arrnd1tizana," u -

,1; ,a \.I"- ." '1 l1;'t'4M *l Me vcamei, J z't 'mail'from New Orleans to all t1te Gulf Ports on'the'Tlorlda'Coait'at dor, against Hosley, ,and too janr'''gave. : him'ft" ver.dttof'i6O. 'Native 1 141 i.i..,,$?..?A!;x.' t%.*...*'.' M'On 'Ia kiv prepared* .aThed be saytbas triO ibm b* thMs4I

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of its ffleado"atoeta,gtVe121n ray'opljitoa,,a decided*Anatap Ol'f THE- 'xuvAXVA. .ri.AX GVflcL. : MTXna., HAVIKQMONTICELLp aZXOYKl) MbOM -' -:- ...- i"t .uw.' -._- :-V' i .. I ... _. f'U --.-....
O'NI'say otter nedlcla trftti kind Wore be pubcuI '. :-' TO, WAKEENAH FLORIDA. ha.e It" 1
o' .. _. 7 :7t'I : : 'ca:( / _. .. .r ..r'ii''Wt1.t.
'
Ii Ii' mpeetfolly offers bb ., .- _-' ..- .,..--e' ". .- USDKRSIOlfEIHi 1aWheslnt bY i12I '
to art forDK. WLASXTSCELKBRATED ANDERSON : SOH ,. j I ,''. ,- _,'- "Y:7. THE .
wffl be 'OjrlJ T2
0f Parehasers I .. ,., '-: '' '- ofSprlug D.ods"Web wMl bciatg. IDd !,, ,
T1ZJrtIFU .ickniiZ,S red by FLXOTO PROFESSION, SERVICES !, _-. .' '. .
MANAGERS. I I., '_, ', '. his DIaaItEIUtO bls E.DfcJt : :
& gsIg:8
couplets WUKU w-vuw* DRUO.:
Bidorptbrc'1.f AD othtrYeimifurt In ewnpsrlKb 1 I to the people of this vincinity.DR.McD. .- '" : coatnatm,and ia Mf/vu all iaatancw IThers die-

.mi are wortbi. DT'ta. 'a canee Teruztlugs, Po SUCCESSORS TO J. F. WINTER MANAGERS. Milton- ana Chatt ooh;e, counts punctual made tar CASH. D..0. W1 Qlf. : r Ai ,..

elebraW U.PiUs,.can now be had &t afl mpeeulde Prizes i.ay.WeVitbout Deduction. has received a well selected stock of- : March U,''. 11 .' .

drug& .J>'off.***.vB****.ftptItwN& Drug and Medicines, U. S. Mail 1 Line .. .P':1-o./
n.DWiG BROS. liB Of ,THE ouut.
. [t7) which he win sell on as liberal terms as they are sold SeYYl1- eek.1y'I L1TES1SPRING. SUMMER .. .,"..
-
Capitol Prize 60000. anywhere in the country. Physicians' preseriptions ,I -. "

bi. 'Urws.pottOF 30,000 TICKETS. and Planters'orders put up with care,and each article Leave*.Millon Tuesday's and Friday', at 10 STYLES : Corner of Clintoq a tl UOQTO .tr .

t warranted. o'clock a., m. : January'IV, 1888.CoPartneraljip. .2. ...h' '

ST. MARKS. JASPEB COUNTY: ACADEHY10TIEEY t.tal v,'6'. 19-1111 Leaves. ChaUahoochee Tuesday's, and Saturday's To.be bad at NoiL.e.- _

after the arrival of the Steamer from :

I==;-._. KKITED, BY AUTHORITT OF THF STATE OF GlO.ax4 NEW AEEIAGE SHOE. t Apalachicola and ttte Stage from Tall ]j. WIIgOH'S._. ,. THE uad r i cdlaaT! 'il4 yttse: wU: T ootmdtr -

undersigned 'begs leave to inform &M,titi- *. -0- J Ip$1 tb$;
KI r IL- Auamer C.8.Atltafle Xall. Talbott, from Key West vianorida Y: THE of Tallahassee and vincbity, thaVr. has see, Flo., and Bainbridge Go., THE) UNDERSImt2Dii DOWTIt7W a Jarg WHOLESALt&RETAIL

XI8te ports o>er Olboon R thbnm. from New Orleans- renewal Ap l cklooT*LTD dy by iretiiut afroand.BtM ,Oa, under the avorf .afiperiBtendent of'W. ,I opened a carriage Wwp place r GOODS to tIM inspection of whieh be invite UM DEID'Ga1T.: II'..
l THIS Line la in first order. The wholeJ
difll iriUi'Kan-*vewd Road pp0ee4 Iron. lo be the.uhlp-,fron Cu- R.Sjmona, Eq,and J.M.Prentias Ekq.JfA i Brokaw's Livery Stablesin Stock has been now renewed rate, with new and 'comfortable ,.Public generally: the uaaja aaj sty)J.-o f';, '.v"?)

CLEARED, GJflFKJSST SCHEME: the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner, Hack The Drivers are careful sober and ac :cosaisnso IN PACT ore* A"Mn, LjVELV. .

L: J.Sawyer, for ApaUchlcoU 1 Prize where bela prepared to do all kinds of work in his commodating. ,A liberal allowance of baggage allowed Chintz Barege Grenadine, "e, _
M&": trig Bcnuofton ofv................._., .. 6ocO .
*K.be11u'-narkt.JL inWeJ. .. New York with 688 1 ......._. .... .... .as. ... 20.000 lioeatthesbortestootioeandonthefnolt.REASONABLE, to each passenger. and Solid Organdie Flotmoad and Robes be j1S id"t tMlW z4i.

Wet cotton 969 bbli. rosin 5 packsge*mdze, w d 10 puT 1 .. ... .... .... ... .... .. 10.000 TERMS, Colored Figured d.Baregea at the old ataodof D.H ASM.
PariChinU
1 ** _..._ .... ._ .... ..... 5.000 such as carriage painting and trimming;making new AGENTS: Silk Tissnea and Crepe tBzY.wrn "m"htp*fnikod general

,C.&Mail.Su AT.!e. 6temor, AtlsaUxs Tslbott torOrlMJis }" 1 v .. .... ........ ... .. .. 4.000 buggies and wagons,and all kinds of repairing. Having At Milton. .- J AS. A.CaArnv, Brillianta L from 10 to 7ft eta. Artf:1f ipp tafnfugt.u.eir

; &' ffi&Oliwiza,Etthbcrn,for Key West rii Florl- 1 ...".._.... ....... ...... 2.000 procured a first rate Geneva.Ala. W. D. MonaoK Printed FrencbSootch.wns, and Amer'o.Ginghams D.:ILAnB.

ids C.8.kU2. 5 prizes of.. .: ... .. .
ports 1,000 are. 3.000 and Campbelton, J. W. SMITH, and Amer'n.Print JI" LIVIL
IS POET. 5 .. .;. SOt are.... .._ 2.500 Carriage Painter Trimmer, Maruuma W.NICHOLS French English 1

ebr.Wild Pigeon. O'Lcarjr,irni clear to-morrow lor New 100 'It .. ... ... too are... ... 10,000 from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do Chattahoochee D.COLSOX. Black Poult de Loire, _JUu&f1I.lIa. _

Orleans. 100 .4 ...... 50 are.... .. 5,000 this kind of work as well and in the latest style as it Passengers can be taken through with certainty, Black Gro de rhine

7i Approximation Prizes .. .. .. 3,7' 60 can be done at the North. security, aod with comfort. Black Cballies and, Bombannet.Linens. I PILES N8U!$ & CO: '

ir MR. EDITOR:-Do us the fhvorto SO'JO prizes of$80 are. .. .. .. ..... 90,000 All those who have this kind of work to do, and GEO.D.FISHER Alpaca's .
-- 'wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give aDd Contractor. DZAI.i IJC
in next issue for re election for thfs Proprietor ,.. '\:
announce /our I 2286 Prizes amounting to._. ...._ ._.215,260 satisfaction, wculd do well to call May 9. '67. 19-tf \ '.
office of Tax Assessor and Collector for the co uty onWM.. KUHNS. __ Fronting and Shirting Liner, DRUGS nisxsi
Tickets $10 Halve 5 Quarters 2 60.
of Leon. at the ensuing October election, Mr. L. C ; ; May 2, '57. 18 ICEIICE! Pillow Case and Sheeting Linens,

DIMILL Respertfully. Small Scheme Draws Every Saturday Fancy Shirting Linens, MEDICINES, B OILS,
Florida House. Fancy Linens,for Gents and Youths wear. '* T'i1'
MANY VOTER Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. I TTNTIL farther notice XOE8: will be served and SnmmerANTLLA inform tkelr lrieact. ana tb.jUIe.th. .
: --- ------ Checks on New York remitted for priz. THE HOUSE heretofore known as U out at the Depot of the St. Marks and Talla- Spring WOULt on band a good aaaortav>tCifl9

fJT W r. ire authorized and roqueted Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages Georgia House," late .Mc- ,..1. hasse Railroad every morning between the house of articles aa are generally kept in their lin.of bmlfteM

OUflCt LEMUEL JONES, as a candidate for Tax of Tickets to Bain's Hotel will continue open for the ; S and 7 o'clock. After that time. it can be found 1 $ and will be receiving regnlarry fresh supplies. Tbh
:
'
Collector of Leon ANDERSON & SON, ManoKrr reception of persons traveling by publicor i at the Drug Store of E. BARNARD. terms shall be ressoastile.TallabuseeApr119th1853. .
efsorand
the Election
A co-dntyvht private conveyance through Tbomasville. It.is. -
Macon or Savannah Ga.E3F" AT THE DEPOT OF ZVGBT DKSC&IPTIOX. 14.
in October next. Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Win- under the control acd management of a Lady. Those ,
desiring genteel and comfortable accommodations, Price of ICE to Stockholders 2 cts. lb. NOTICE.
MEDICAL
per
'
=- = = --- --- ter, Manager, will send them to us for payment. Bonnets
May 30,'57. 22NASHVILLE may rely upon her best efforts to please. ,c "all others 2 i ." I .. ,
For Sale. tT: Situated at the South end of Jefferson St., A LARGE AssoaTStyr or 1
No ICE will be delivered unless the order i U & .1' DiB. BUEEOUGHS
A LIKELY NEGRO MAN about SO years oft Thomasville, Geo. accompanied [ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AMERICAN ,
with either the Cash Ticket Ii
age, who is a good CAILPFVTCB Apply at this FEMALE May 16, 57. 20-3m or STRAW BONNETS, located i ib TailaLacw offers his pro
HAVIXO
Office __ June. 6. '57. 23 Ice TicketsCan TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETSALSO services to the public OfEoe oppositeDr.
HL West
--- Edward
; ACADEMY. Barnard' llrng Store.
i
F. be procured at the Drug Store of E.Barnard. Jr A LABGE ASSORniCXI OF Dec. !O, 1858. 51-Cm

S Benj. Young, ... JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Parties residing ia Bel-Air, who may wish ICE, French Flowers Artificials,
>UNDED in 1816-at tnis time receiving additions can have the same by Passenger Car, by sending MEDICAL NOTICE.
L irirD 11X L&'Jj lli W F
I I ,repairs.
AND50L1GITOR the amount here invested and in daily nee fur educational OFFICE HOURS, 8 o'cock! to 12 a. rn? 2 to 5 Tickets. NOYES i LADD, St. Marks. Rich: Valcncioe.Maltese and Hooatbon sett of

IN" EQUITY, puposes to a sum over 200,000.. May 16, 67. 20 Collars and under Sleeves, I Drs Robertson & Bond

," TILL practice iu the Courts(.f the Eastern Circuit First Class Teachers in all Departments of Educa Tallahassee, May 23, '57. 21BICHABDBBADFOBJ Emb'd.mouslin Collars from 12J ets.to 8,00..
t' f of Florida, and tie Federal Courts. tion. and claims eminence in two particulars. For Sale. Emb'd. mouelm Sleeves. I i HAVING formed a co-partnership in tb' pract-
profession offer tbefr: service to the eft-
Ucstllll-But two Ladies have died here
(OFFICE AT CAIXtVlLLE ALACHUA COU ") away from their friends young in 40 years-not one case of ), subscriber offers for sale his reaiII Hats I IA. izens nf TaUekusec and surrounding country. .

REFERENCES: serious sickneos, except one of the deaths alluded to, ,, THE situated on Monroe Street gf Office over the Store lately occupied ly Bet

CAPT.7.. J. Lrcxs. 1 in a family of near 200-within the but four years. ATTORNEY AT LAW, : I and one of the most desirable'locationsin LAG ASSO&rMEXT: or ton & Hurgs. -

COL. J. D. A IKE.-, V Chat'lesion, S. C. Maternal Care We employ a suitable number TALLAHASSEE, FLA. the City of Tallahassee. Gents and Youths Spring: acd Summer II I. Feb. 23, '5' % 9 tt

Fuse .t Tnoupsov. ) of and refineJ Ladies who have I.J -
pious no other (Office in the Post Office Building) -A.LSO- HATS.
Da. JAMES S. JOSES.: 2'allaJiasste, Fit duties but to watch after the health, moral and social DrMilesH.Nash
June -.'57. 23 habits of young Ladie Here is the cause of our May 23, '57. 21 I will sell my large and well known brick Clothing !' ,
PaCTtSSICSALSrXTICES THE CRXZCU OJTOFFICE
-- -- ---- I Unparalleled health, :r A LARGE ASSORTMENT Or AD saaniruiooovtxr.
I equally desirable-if not so manifest Our efforts at I 200 Bbls. Assorted Flour. My terms will be liberal to a good purchaser. I TALLAHASaax
5 Genta fashionable CLOTHING | with Dr. iL Ifash imm-diatarT eatof..
,
this time, are directed so as to nrnke it manifest that P. B. BROKAW .
-
.. BBLS.Plant's and extra brands,
I I II I the aoutli has Institutions of Learning,not only equal, .i iI 7 i: April 18, '57. 16-3m .
I
NOTICE.F I but uperi.r to any that can be found in the north. I I tJ 50'i 5"" Extra St.Louis superfine,. Boots and Shoes i May 10 1335. 20 \ _

I We iuvite exam'tiaiion and comparison. Superfine. Salt Salt. A URgE Assoarunrr or !
BOM this date until further ,,ticI'. tIle C-ARS I ,
on Terms for the Academic Year of 42 weeks- : R. H. BERRY
Ladies, Gents,Youths and Child SHOES.
tbeTallrha Rxilr .ad will wAke but I I Board and Tuition The above will be sold low for CASH and CASU on- f\fl SACKS LIVERPOOL in fine order, L ,, .. ,

THREE TRIPS PER WEEK m: I,I Preparatory' Department. ..... .. :..f 200 ly, and in Iota to dealers and retailers at reduced prices 1f\\ \ landing per Times,and f>r sale by -ALSO-, "I Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT
D. C WILSOX. Servants SHOES of quality.
by every
McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO.
.
Academical Juuhr Class. 230 i
Mondays Wednesday's and Friday's, unless to connect '
23, 57. 21 :
wit'i! the Mail Steamers from Do Senior 240 May _.-_ April 4,1857. 14 STAPLE GOODS.Cotton .

KKT WEST AND SEW ORLEANS, Collegiate /' 275 I Lost or Miscarried. 1 and Linen Oanaburgs. I TAL1.ARASSU'F1a.Sept.29,85S. S3
No extra charges in connection with either Board Lathes Dress Goods.
l' cr the business of the mn'l require it By order of or Tuition. "VJOTICE' is hereby given of the loss of a certain I Brown and Blue Shirting and Sheetings.Marlborouch ,

the President THCfi. BARNARD, Secty. I J-1 Promissory Note, and all persons are forewarned SWISS MUSLINS, plain and figured, Plaids and Stripes JOHN R. LLOYD ,
Ornamental Studies. t
or Optional checked Choctaw Stripes, Apron Checks,
June 6, 57. ,23-It against trading for the same, as it will not be paid Auo1:1oneerAND
I HI II sir.-Vocal or Instrumental, Piano or Guitar ilhout my endorsement Said Note was made by Linen Lawn, French Prints, etc. I Bed Ticking. te., Jrc., &e.

Notice.T (TJ ree Lessons a we>k,) each... .. .. .. $60 Stephen Hall on the 17th day January, 1856, due Landing from Sampson and for sale byMcNAL'OHT i :.B.C wmA

Use Instrument-Piano $10-Guitar $5. I and payable to Susan W. Adams or order, in the sum OUMOND A CO. large and well selected stock of HARDWARE. COMMISSION MERCIIA..NT.TALLAHASSEE !
T of ndminiltlatiulha'ilg been (granted Drawing and Use of Models. 35 I of twelve hundred and fifty eight 89.100 dollars, prillS57. 16 above articles will be sold low bv ,
on ._ __ I All of the
JLj to me on the 1st day of June, A. D. 1857 by Modern each 40 ._____ _.__
,I IjanguagesLesson( day) I the first day of March, 1857. Said note was mailed D. C. WILSON. FLORIDA.
t the lIon.Judge of Pn>b te for the county of Leon Needle ...... .
Work. 10 Sea
t. State of Florida, on the estate of rieurietta Mary at Tallahassee, and directed to 3k.Prceby N.Pepper. Island Seed. Latin and 20 j .
Pleasnntville. Henry county, Ky. but never reached
) Croom, deceased infant daughter of the late Hardy I' Oil Painting and Use of Models. .. .. 60 I its destination. Tbe finder of said note 'Will enclose A BUSHELS choice Cotton Seed, direct from -
B.Groom all debt and derniuda of whatsoever t\J the Island, landing Times, and for sale by j jI S. S. KNIGHT
nature per i
Harp and Use of Instrument_ .. . .. 100 j the same to Sson W. 0'lm" Tallahassee, Flo, as ,
agaiut the estate of the eaid Henrietta ryCrNrn Church Music I McNAUGHT, ORMOND i CO. I 1 flfiA BUSHELS CORN. f lor sale br. !
I no Charge. it will not be paid without my order. AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION! MERCHANT
decanted wLicb) hail I."tl.oe cxliibitcJ Ajri14, ISJu. 14 1UUU
to me HOPKINS A MEGINNISS.
Pupils in Academic Classes not charged for Drawing SUSAN W. ADAMS. _. i I
; as Jtdrai.Hstrator afurcsaid within two years as pre- Lessons. --- -- --- March 21, '57. 12 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
; 23, 57. 21 4t .
May -
IC.-2
tierces and 6 half tierces, lauding :
scribed by the st.tute uf the State of Florida,in such Pupils charged from the first of the month in which R byMcNAUOIIT per September 1,1855, 05
Times and for sale
case made and provided skill l f.rcser afterward be they enter, to the clote of the Session. Bacon and Flour. ORMOND fc S dries.i i -
barred and notice is hereby given to all creditors. < CO. WILLIAM SCQTT
; VVe will be ready to receive our Pupils during the ,
BBLS.Flour 10 half do. April 4. 185'1. 14.Gentlemen's BBLS.and 10 i bbla.RecitiedWhikeyF ,
and distribution that ,
9n
legatees perdOnsntitled to
week previous to the first Monday,the 7th of Sep 60 ATTORNEY
; their claims and I demands will be barred at the expi- tember. On that our regular exerci 4 Hhds. Bacon Sides, '- 2" Mooongnbftla. AT \W,
day we resume
Summer "
ration of the p.-ri'< aforesaid and this notice will be ses. to continue without interruption for 42 weeks And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH BR2AJ. 6 choice Sugar 4 bbls. French Broad,. MONTICELLO.'FLA.

pleaded' in bar thereof unless exhibited within tbe including the and closing -weeks.C. from the Pettis, and for Landing"from Pettie, and for sale by
J' tame GEORGE A. CROOM, Admt"T.June I preparatory ELLIOT. Landing McNAUGHT. ORMOND sale by A CO. CLOTHING. McNAUGHT 12 ORMOND i CO.March215' Jul! 80,1858. 30 tljaaaiCHA&D p

657. 233mNotice. May 30,'57. 22-3t April 18, '67. 1ft FROCKS SacU, Pants and Vests,assorted quali : T. BiaCBCTT.. _caaz ir.sxnna
,_
I _
---- ---- -- latest style. A choice selection, landing I ----p.fl- IJ. # -S. _fl

;: Notice.DURING Just Received from Brodie, and for sale byMcNAIJGUT Book Bindery. BIRCHETT DOWNING

of administration been ORMOND & CO. THE Book Bindery of McDOUGALL & HOBBY, i ATTORNEYS AT LAW & A&E5TS FQS cL1iis.
r. having granted
LETTERS our temporary absence from the State, in
.6 March 21 5'1 again
the 1st day of June, 1857, by tbe Hon. j S. Rust and William H. Ncwsom are ouragents Per WILD PIGEON: & 12Flour. March 21, '57.operation.12 XO. 490, Sevcuth ffirecf.
Jndffe of Probate for the of Leon, State of -
county i to transact business connected with the : WASHINGTON CITY.
any BBLS. and extra ..
Superfine Family
Florida. on the estate of William Hardy Croom, deceased I 2 5 .
HEIR k COLES
Cotton Ware-House. Flour. Seed Rice.' I practice before the Court of CW.aaod
infant of the late B. nil WILL
son Hardy Croom. May 30, 1857. 22 Cotton Ernie 25 Bbls.Rectified Whiskey, BBLS.Harrison's extra: Flour, claims before Congress tad the MT.
debts and demands whatsoever nature against the I 40 20" Flour -| A A BUSHELS SEED RICE. for sale by I eral .
10" Mess Pork, Superfine IBI Departments.
.
estate of said Win. which IU U
Hardy Crooin. deceased HOPKINS &MEOINNISS.
"
10 I
Tallahassee Rail Road. I 2" Beef, common July8,1855. SO
shall not be exhibited administrator afore .
to March2l57.
12
me as
1 0 Hhds.Sides and Shoulders, Landing from Schr. Pettis, and for sale by I-
said within two years aa prescribed by the stat ite of A MEETING of the Stockholders of Uiis Company -- i Ii
Tierces Duflld" cured McNAUGHT. ORMOND c CO. A. PERRY AMAKER
3 Hams
the State of Florida in such case made and provided, _C\- will be held at the office of the Company in Sugar' and Summer ,
choice article March 21, 67. 12 Spring Styles
skall forever afterward be barred; and notice is here- Tallahassee, oft Wednesday 8th day of July next,at a .. kTTY ATLLW '
Hhds. --- ------- ----- -- -
by given to all creditors; legatees and persons entitled 11 o'clock, A.M. A full attendance ii requested.By 2 Sugar I For 3.837. I .

to distribution that their claims and demands order of the President. I 1 Box Fresh" Lemons, Bacon and Fork. TilE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last TALLAHASSEE,FLA'

will be barred at the expiration of the period aforesaid, T1IOS. BARNARD, Secretary. 1" Beef Tongues.For CASKS Ribbed Sides 1 do. Clear do. ; from New Tork, a full and elegant assortment I May 21. 18.S8. 20
sale for
I CASH R. H. BERRY. 4 filii
unless exhibited within the same and this notice will May 30, 1867. 22-6t I by 1 do. Shoulders, 5 bbls.Mess Pork. of LADIES DRESS GOOD, consisting
1-e f liidiJ ill bar tl-:raLGSOHGE May 2, 57. Landing per Pdti!. and for sale by of an endless variety of the most fashionable styles I EDWARD 31. WEST4 .

A. CIIOOM, Admt'r. Don't Read This 18READ! .. McNAUGHT, ORMOND d co. of Paris Printed"Organdies on plain and plaid cloths Attwney and ConflseDor Latf '
at
;
June,';". 3-3m March 21, '! 12 from plain: to full chintz colored.

OH, DON'T t ARE you in arrears for 1851, '52,'53, 54, 65 and Organdy robes,tloigns' entirely new, TALLAHASSEE, FLORiDA .

Notice.ALL have just received from New Orleans Per 6 T If so, call at once and let me know Spring Style Hats. Jaconet hit. April 5, 1SSS. 14

WE Scbr. Wm. R. Petto, and New York Per whether you can pay at all, if so, how much-5, 10, Printed Barege robes, designs entirely new,

persons Laving demands against the estate Bark K. H. Gamble,a large and well selected 50, or 100 cents in the dollar I want to close all accounts MEN'S Panama, Leghorn. Malaga, P.I1mll1 I Grenadine robes, striped Brocade and Cuma HUGH A. CORLEY.Attorney 5
SAnders. of Gadsden
late
: county, due me to January 1857, and compromise Dunstable and Merino Hats. i Flounces, I ,
deceased. wilt take notice that they mod pret-ent; STOCK OF GROCERIES. with all who give a satisfactory explanation of their BOYS-C&atoa Braid, Leghorn, Pedal and Panama : Foulard s'lk: Flounces.

them to the undersigned duly authenticated within -ALtlO- ability, and close on their own term Hats.JJISSESTuscanand. Double skirted Marquise Flounces, together with a at Law,
the time preset ibed by law, or this notice will be Pedal beautiful "
Hats. assortment of Linen
T. HAYWARD. Cambrics in dresspatterns
T.
Wines Brandies :. Fuu
Syrups Cigars, \LL.ULUIE.J
plead in far of their recovery; and all persons indebted date April 1857. lft-6t Landing from Mystic.aud for sale by white printed and Polka spot Bnlliantes, ,'
Tbe Subscribers are determined after this to
to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate abandon tbe CREDIT. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. printed Percales in great variety. tt, :. !. January 17, 1857. 8-ly
seUing goods on a
payment thereof to the undersigned. system Gloves Hdkfs. March 21, '57. 12 BUTLER & DE HAM. .

JAMES M SMITH Sh'flL and For Cash or Country Producewe I Hosiery, i March 14,'&.. 11 Anderson X

ex officIO Admt'r. will at any time be happy to serve our customers LADIES', Misses, Gentiemens', and Boys' Hose Bice-Fresh Rice.i Peeler, *

J June 6, '57. 23-8w with goods of every description at a small advance i half Hose Opening of the Season. Attorney and Counsellor .
it
4 above New York and New Orleans prices. If you Buck. Thread and Lisle Gloves, K A WHOLE and HALF Tierces of PJce arrive JOT
English Twilled, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfs. JU in few days direct from Charleston Sendin .
Notice. doubt it, come aod try us. at J. B. Gamble's Old a BONNETS SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
having demand against the estate of Stand, Comer of Monroe and Jefferson Street Landing per Sampson,and for sale by your orders and have it marked, yoa who want I ,
persons Head Dresses NEW PORT FLORIDA.
French
ALL BROKAW & RHODES. WcNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. -ALSO- Flowers,
Hazzard, late of Gadsden deceased
& county. -
will take notice that they must present them May 28, 'fi7. 2141Mullet. April 1857. 16 150 Boxes of Manufactured TOBACCO, at lower Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edgings I STILL Practice in the CurtofLh.Mid&'*OreoUf '
T attention
to
to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time prices than you pay this Spring iu the big city of &C.J &C. March SpeciAl 21'G'I. paid 12 Collcctlor.

prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar Vermifuges.DOZEN New York. For further particulars enquire at

of their recovery; and all persons indebted to. said -t ? BBLS. MULLET,for sale at a reduced price p(- Fahneslocks Vermifuge. D. LADD, Newport. I Mc: Illusion ING*Bonnets" trimmed a FLOYD *
estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay 10 by D. C. WILSON. oJ 48 McLanes March 21, 'r 7. 12 i & HOLLAND, .

ment thereof to the undersigned. May 23, '57. 21Nails. 36 -Jaynes Tonic u Crape Attorneys at Law:
i? JAMES M.SMITH. Sb': and 24 I Perry's Dead Shot for Worms "MANTILLASFOB brae and Straw Bonnets trimmed'
practice in the Ctrcnit Cobrta of Ifid2j,
24 "White and Black WILL
ti ez officic Admt'rJune6,1i6. Strongs Vermifuge rowder, frames West Flonda.anclaa
ta 3nprem. Ooanof
Plain Straw"Hair *
Santonin Worm
23-8w Seed Oil. &e.AMES
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the State. Also in the Cc
District of
KEGS of assorted NAILS for sale in lots, & LIVELY. THE I Neapolitande. =rt OM T7oi

.Note Lost. 100 to CASe purchasers at reduced prices, by April 11,'57. 15 and Summer f18 7.THE Flat Bloomers, Gipsies, Shaker H&od, lafcnt Lee- ted States,in the Northern Dist & it lJ rida.
R.J.FLOYD Offlca AWadJeoIa
D.C. WILSON. Spring horn, C burg, tc..,tc. ,Fl
T OST,oo or about the first ot the present month. Head 'D.P.HOLLAND OflJis Qoiaoy.. 7li
SPRING Dresses UDltlTpAtt for .
if May 23, C7. 21 & SUMMER SUBSCRIBERS have received by Eti res. style and variety
for hundred aDd dollars Dec.22lB55. 51
a note cue thirty ,no Ribbons of the most
exo-awite
few of those most Fashionable and by far the design in great variety '. ,
date but given f" the hire of. a negro named Major, GOODS. black and _bite r.Ubes
most desirable, narrow medium and
for the year 1854.pa able to George W.Jooea or Pen. and Geo. Rail Road. wide, Blon'i Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all other articles WILLIAM S.Attorney DILWOTf' .

bearer,signed by William Jenkins and Stephen Saunders A SPECIAL Meeting of the Stockholders of this HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLEAre Chantilly Lade Mantillas oppoitainiog to this department of a Ladies '

and credited -with a payment of $23 62. All OL Company,ia called by holders of a majority of of various patterns and designs, ,which they offer on Met BUTLER A DENHAM. and Counsellor a(, Law?

persons are cautioned against trading for the same, Stock lo be held at the Office of the Company in now receiving a Large Stock of the most reasonable terms. Call early if you wish March 14.57. 11 .

aa payment has been stopped.GEORGE. Tallahassee, on the llth day of June, 1857 at V SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS the choice selections. BUTLER & DENHAM. MONTICELLO, FIOBjw .L

W. JONES. o'clock A. M. A general attendance is requested, in :Embracing imaginable of March 14, '57. '11 Summerofl&57.TBITE ILL practiee!in the,Courts of the."lfidiiI 1Sr. '
May, 80. 1857.. !!Jw every style euit.aodTbonaS and Lc nd. Covatr Oa
PeM5rY. LADIES DRESS GOODS, TIZ: GOODS of every descriptioa March 22. 1856. *
20GEOCEEIES, Tallahassee Sash andBlind \\ among 1111'
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LACKS, MANTLES, SCABFS ROBES, MCSLIM, which we 14CSiOD:
FULTON FOUNDRY, .cTcxt-r. 10 4 and 11-4 AUendale Sheeting .' -
SILKS, BONNETS, tc., &c. LOSG & G1JfBR.lJ'
Ta1ah.aS&ee undersigned adoptatuia method of Pfllotf Case Linen

F1a. the WK. R. : We'have received a con A large lot of Boys' Clothing, THE public that be baa recommenced the informing above t'-t and 10-4 Cocnterpanaa. ATTO9ETI AT LAW l TfiQ.Z y-' .

THE UNDERSIQHED beg leave to inform the BY A large lot of Mens' Clothing, business m the city 'of Tallahassee, and would be ,xCambrica JsooneU LONG &J..GALBBAITH-havB UMC.
that M
,under the they name"haTe ami aaaociatcd of tbemaelveaiabuKoeaa .ignmtnfGROCRIES' Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, pleased to receive the patronage of bis friend. Shop Plaid Paris Muslin". ted themselves l in&pv*e<5 ctt ., ".v
style
at the Rail Road '
Depot ':W. BO WEN; wm&Udd.th.C'.ourittJ i u.-kicn. ctz L.cou4ct'4
tardy. Baya t Co., which we will sell FOR CABS as low an tBey can And every other article this markett" of Merchandise suitablefor March! '7.67. 10 SwiaaEmbroidered- pnrnt Coarta'and tb8tat DWlkt.. 1rdid

for the of bv.had at any House in the City. Swiss Uoaiis.BMLLIANTES saiTa2aiaata.. 's, \ > .'
porpoae following the trade f Foondrs aod Call and examine them.Jg3 .' .
JaMIItI,aud art prepared to Ute all kinds of i Tht. Conngjnent: Con 1iof:; Dr A.W.DAVIS-D.: S.. --- Office oppoatotb coutuousL.. '
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work 1.0 HODGKISS, SCOTT k POOLE. Plain aod fancy Maneilleis Oatober,ta1SU. 1, ..
appertaining this business. Steam Engmes Cub Baooo Side .- ; u
10 *, '
ronuabed to order sod April 11, 57. 15 p crt Na DEHTBT Frilled long Cloth .
varranled .
to give satisfaction. :10 Shoulders, _; .;' 'w ;. "
Sugar l1s.aodCuting* :of *ll r_with 15 .*,, Plain Hana Per West Wind TAL HASBE-, FLORIDA. ; Patent Crtaolitt.Plain ..I"ttII.U&, tr
ttam sod dispatch.' W na and est fbnuabtd Bbla. '*" IndpaidNaii oh? .,, ,

1 .kbda -.JfadOoerj cod Engineering. They 20 SO Ban common Rio Coffee Whiskey,, .* FBOMNEW.1ORE' .:> .c' .December' .27' ,.,1856..- .. .62 ": ,-'Iin"i'l'.IIIU. ;.- .. 1.. 'fl.I' ;'. "tjjv"I, .. #' ,. .c-.......
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as also sole agents for Hoard G t ,
.J' viSions .
ntoA' n..'1't11 o..ra.J ----a .flar-. .10 t Extra .20,;,STierceaRice, : ., .Pr ; Trench .J'reDcb sets, :_...W.; Je4Wt. .'.. =

'_.a.m,. pcnr... 4. 8og r,.(,ice article.) ,.' 10 Bows Adam De Candlea. : ThES.Shou1dmrisII MMS Porkr. Ucdaoj per.- Ladies and Gentlemen L.exmb'o! .

JOSEPH CARDT, ; We bar tm'Bend A larg atode of 10 "." Serm fy. : .. :_ Bar.bordered B.8.and EmVd Bandkerdi Jk tJ : .p

'. W1LLLUi BAYAitakr : ,- .'alql,8tailLaG; ". ,I>. ",,,No.1,tIo.p" .- .NcN3tlGliT- OBKOOT" 4 00Nlwport Real VaL Law,AA,At, & J r : .1. .._ .. ,. 'Jl.,;;..:;; t JIP1"- ; 1 ,O .._.

J :. JOfiN OARDi'I' I' II. ,10 KegaiMst Goeheo Batter.. : I Sfureh 14, 57. 11'cIGAis.tRGE :: .- BVTtNaA1 I ...., ''1r" ,
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__ 1. .. : m, vbid);for OASff-we vrnseUt.& imaU ajhnecncoat. 25 Boxes Ofaeeae ', ", }fxreb14'i. ;. : 'A'3 '.4'-:
t"IB ., Conntry* rchaotsar. .invited to'call and fill 6 : ,IokX0DOUOALL jm: 1) : h.1J" '...iI't1'1" .\.,.

Notice: up ibelr.aaaortaieot'. WelaTaalaoa_ few, piece of i H.FJat..ALS.O: : : d HOBBY 'JamesInr 6W.tJ .."""" ,e., .
-' ; : -: \ .
p1aeed an aot. i e PvITE7nEi "" .. ,,iJ'1r'
InrsCTViC March 21 W. T12 .. ,
1HnDIliJob'Gir j 'Starch, PfcUes' ., .q' 4' ,.. .' YEARS GROWTH INTLORIDA. _, :'._.t
0. Jra$ J1 G. ?' and common iairs TWmn _. 'i1 I.. >. :..
: ,< <)tTct4 n,Tete. .
_sun ] Pepper, "
ol Oysters, ,
lIft..e lor Jeeti.9D Dd "i "' ." .
-WMbfita l.:JIabopwiy and! Cottage.Bedateadu Champagoa Ci er'Lobe : Oats.i. ... 2'O"O".JWSk ham. ." : )
..._---.TbUlri. : will' : :a .;Deieet4rT. ten. e < ;. .: ; ;Dny4.Tb L.Cot ,. .
u..I.s.t ,esteoaiba Dining Tablet at Oat Or ntid horn :; : Ginger, AatorUd Candy; J0 d q
Ii7. tdyUutioWt th'n4 per 'Mystcsnd (o-r this seed eoapM&da 'tI I
200 Oom.7S
'-, .. oh ,. 'for CASH.; GaTlaTjdexaminethem. Salaratnv:: rot AshPcpUle _. : ar' rtadily cttO, ;auo'W '' ,. I AfuJl. ,' K.p" ,
Charl :
OH-tVANL .
pormcl ton market
ffttbe
\ : II 'tT.HAY3VARD. A SON *' r : For 'sal* K&fO t I
i2ny. ; 12-1. : Tallphuee.ry l for CASH" by R.Ki4KRTiM MoSAUGHT. ORUOSTD A'CO. b*. :. _, :' ''
pn'Bub.t ,-R. BEXRT.. t' ,
} 16, 57. 2-3t {Seat copy. rcb.57. !- 13 \ .l 8Gm'Jf''po'rUarfb . .
.. NewIrt March 14, 57. H March U,'AT, H. .. -. ., \.011 '

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'TWFloriilian &..Journal'Is TIE.. 111ST, .' t -- .. )Iftprafti to..Honsekeepers, T'tioMls; WHITE, "
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\ Ibr, $OsTCOEISE\ '. L1TIITAIIIAIU1&IIIS F ARM 1l1l AM 'fR VlT*GROWERS Iron 4 .Et8nXTiD
sad every SATURDAY bIfESJ .... .. of Copper and Sbett
CU1a ER THAN 1'SSCBDAl'ESTI' 1'\1' I I f. T.rJlASSU. 7LORJDA ,-:-: MANUFACTURED' |fa all kKd* of Plain and Fancy -
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10NES.E ttoa& Pzopvzto.. .! Better than"the' Beat ;Z ; >' iHE"Ironrietor-: wotrld"in- & ".: .pleasure b ia&rmlnf the c4tiWi< <*.*, jI''LIV&1D
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At Two Doujuwp* annum. In a .. lid.WHIl, ''Ii' ,:;.Lfctm bu friend and the.; Arthur'sCANf fi' m-I'Jtrht oITl IItt tt*wnwakfeg country that be U

nflD koZ.cs.lg Out'Dcikr m"Tucr. I tint be baa rtfcdlt hi. _' > 'fttik .uifr'es J 2Vii.. now preparedt wait ell all that wish to patrooit PILLS, .
TERMS OF 4DVth3flW.Oi.iqutr. : large Brick Stable*, *t.the, old aland//: and i i. nowprepared tprtfming.. .:Wwttt ( .' Tnla rtidt:kxtenair-. him faTbi*Im4 bodneaa.. Be alan tender Lie tbtnka
oflXlhi'.or 1.!rat fDttrtJoa. $100 'GREATEST' DISCOVERY of the Pmen.'J to accommodate bis friend and customer used in/the East and Northern* States Jut seuab tq bit ,frtod. *.;UcI the pobl &atnttj for die very Tw.of UM!MlijP fttt u.a stfua r-
mW
Detecing Jy
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heretofore been t
baa
a liberal with which be
n eeb subsequent 60 He also baa attached to bit Stable* good Blacksmith will be introduced to the citizens of ,Tallahassee ,abd patronage
COUNTERFEITI3ANK, NOTES. where he will bare haTe done all kind favortdand.be bwpea that a continuation ef tbe aim :
; of
Professiooal and Basiaesa Cards inserted at|10 per 1'\1. Shop surrounding country by the undersigned who baa row They are hot
Plantation work, Hone shoeing,and Carriage work in will be granted bin. recommended
annum Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, and the exclusive right to manu&ctnre in this Tinclnrty for of an 1
Adrtrtfstnwots not marked with tb. number of Exhibiting at a glance every CounterI the very beat manner. and with promptness_ and dis the coming season. 'It b otily nesessary to call and He of will Waf taD keep OB In band establishment a fall apply of his as Universal
sorts usually an
iosertions will b continued until forbid, and charged feit in Circulation I f' ; patch. .examine these article and the recommendations of kept .
accordingly.gy Arranged so admirably, that REFERENCE is t November 18S8. H the persona who have used them to be convinced that line of business.' -A. ,fwl assortment Cisten Sheet I Cure-alls but
Sheet Lead Lead ,
*Certificates of publication of legal or Mtate BAS r and DETECTION Carriages Buggies and Harness they are the best most simple and economical article ; JpiiSbeet.Z. simply-for
Dotioes will not be given untfl the advertising:fee is INSTANTANEOUS* ii gjgy .for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can ,and a great many \to men what their
For Sale by P. B. Br ka" unskilful '.without tion. name
paid. / No Index to examine I No pages to bunt 09 be used by tbe most. person, the TO.BUILDERS- 'pur.
I But so simplified and that the 09 Subscriber has just received a slightest risk of failure. ..
up arranged, THE % and Tin bbndnctlngFlpes&e.jI1ofwbcebb.urOflU5dt0d1)thamt
of Purchasers are supplied with a circular con Tin Roofing Guttering,Copper ports.
Kf
BLACKSMETHING Merchant, Banker and Business Men can sell al" H ,largesupply Carriage,
t Glance. 09 -iy w .Buggies, and Harness, which be offer taming full and reliable direction for putt ill2up fruits )
0THt a for sale on the most reasonable terms. and tomatoes in theffrOaus,placing the whole process ,work-m n-like mannV and style, I.of I.best material The VERMIFUGE;;;* for
Brm ot ROJtA-W & .0. within the reach of on shortest notiee and term
November 18,1854. housekeeper. mt
4ft conveniently every
# ______ having been diuol. It bas taken yeai to make perfect this 0 A large supply of these Cans will constantly kept Having b engaged "for the .eight years in exiling 'Worms from

I'red.. the undersigned notifies his GREAT DISCOVERY. .rj MILES NASH -& CO. in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should business at plc be thinks It nnneeessary to recommend '

old customers and the public generally, that be has The urgent necessity for such a work ha long, M Dealers in Drugs, Medicines,* &c. apply immediately, as tbe fruit season ?Is near at band. h any farther to the public as regards the hniilan system ha
made arrangements with D. C. Wilson by which betakes been felt All Cans sold are made by the undersigned and warranted his capabilities as a lehnic.but at tbe same time he ,: $
Commercial
by men. It has been pub- jj, received from New York per bark R.H.:Oam- WM. P SLUSSER. assure all that a(all,good work and
him coder the been
the shop formerly occupied by lished to supply the call for such a Preventive, M JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, safe. pcn.H.lng faor hi also administered*

firm of and needs rjut to be known to be Universally M such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, May SI, 1856. 22 removed from the old stand formerly known '
Patronized. It does more than bas ever been attempted 2 White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of with the most
H. B. Fitts & Co. : White A Slusser,be will be found at his stand corner satisfactory
by'men. 3f It describes every BankNote best quality Putty, Brushes, Potash Soda, Sparkling Piano Forte a of 200 foot street, where be will be glad to waiton

and is now prepared to execute. all work done in in three Different Languages, Gelatine,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) dHBBHii/E are prepared to.futuish Piano all his friends. THOMAS WHIT results to ,various animaltsubject

their lint of business vir: ENGLISH FRENCH AND GERMAN g for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, rT'1'"n1! VV Fortes, of the very best quality Dee. 1,1865. 48WILLIAM .

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Thus Each may read the same in his own Native 2 Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, upon the most liberal terms. to Worms.

pairing Carriages and Bug Re.O Tongue. *J Ac,, &e. and a general assortment of Popular Patent They are second to none in any country either as P. SLUSSER ,
Medicines: We but the best and ,
O IJ keep none The
Plantation work of TEEMS.1 he paper will be about 28 by 42 very quality or price. LIVER PILLS for
tie., inches, and 'WIll contain the most Perfect Bank *N hope to merit your patronage.MILES Every Instrument will be warranted. 11ahassee, P1a. .

every description, Note List Published. "' NASH, A CO. MILES NASH CO. MANUFACTURER OF ,TIN AND SlIEET the cure 'of LIVER COMPLAINT '

JIiU Irons and repairing same, Ironing Wa. Together with the rate of Discount March 29, 1856. 18 Februsry23,1856. 8 IRON WARE, WHDtESALE COPP.R AND RETAIL -,

,gons and Carts, Also a List of O Corn and Cob Crusher. DEALER IN PLAIN, AND JAPANNED all BILIOUS. DERANGEMENTS
and i in fact every other discription of work made of All the Private Banker in America.A crLLiI1i.a. }.Nci .

Iron and Steel all of which we WAR&UTT, and pledge Complete Summary of the Finance of Europe G RANGER'S patent Corn and Cob Crusher I. JUST received 800 Otneoxs Snlpb Quinine. WARE. SICK HEADACHE
ourselves. to execute at the shortest noti e. and America will be published in each edi- H have taken the Agency for the sale of these superior Brand together with a great variety .Stove Head-Quarter" .
H. B. FITTS. tion,together will all the Important news of tbe = Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in of pure Chemicals." AMES A LIVELY. A SPLENDID assortment Cooking Parlor &C.Purchasers.
,
Feb. U, 18f!7. 7-lyNotice day. Also pjIKTEEESTINQ the Country. A stock of these Crushers will be on April g, 1856. 14 and Stoves, trimmed with neatness
band early this coming Fall Prices vry low, considering and Wo, at reduced prices.Out will
STORIESFrom great saving in feed. $45 $56 f 65 each Olive Oil. pleasebe

an Old Manuscript found in the East and for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. A SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re Door Work.

undersigned has made arrangements with H no where else to be found! It has never yet appeared O For further partIculars.call aDd examine for yourselves tceived by AMES THE Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop in print, and furnishes the Most Complete S* so soon as a stock for a sample arrives. April 5, 2856. 14 per and Tn Conducting Pips, Sheet Lead, Dr.
and bud, and solicits fur tbe new firm, tbe patron. History of O D. LADD. Zinc, Pipes, Patent Cistr Pomp. Shop work ) C. McLane's Cele-

age of his oM) customers. D. C. WILSON.Feb. ORIENTAL LIFE g Newport, July 5, 1856. 27 FloWer Jars. of every variety done at

U, 1857._'7-ly_ and described the Most Perplexing Positions in A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes .. City and Country merchants' brated VERMIFUGE ahd

which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that Country One 45 Saw Gin. Just received and for sale brAMES Are respectfully Invited to give me a call befoie pur* LIVER

DAVID E. HULL have been so often found. These Stories will 5 SALE, a second band GIN of above size baa .UV ty. chasing elsewhere. PILLS, prepred by

invite the attention of the citizens of continue throughout the whole year, and will 0 FOR only used to gin 30 bales Cotton, and as April, 185& 14 13? N.B. All articles manufaetucd from the very

WOULD the adjoining counties to his prove the Most EBterbiniog ever offered to the 2 good as new. For sale low byNcNAUGIIT best material and warranted durable. No other arti %l@L ..
Public < ORMOND A CO. India Rubber Belting. le will be offered for sale. umvnn &JWb. .

Stools of G-oocLs, tF Furnished Weekly to Subscribers oi.ly at C November 8, '56. 45 A LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of October 20, 1855. 42 9 .

COXSIST1XO OF $1 a year. All letters must be addressed to R --I two, three and four ply, warranted fully equalto PittSburgh S
SOLE
ROCKAWAYS, TOP BUGGIES, JOHN S. DYE, Broker, g White Pine Lumber. Leather, and 16 7 per cent cheaper; in fact considered LE ISUCE.THE PROPRIETORS, .

Publisher and Proprietor, 2 by those who have tried them,superior to Leather NEW-YORKLIFE INSURANCE CO.
without Tops fll FEET White Pine Lumber, assorted, suitable Pa. and take
Buggies _
70 Wall Street, New York. .O. 2 0 lor Cabinet Makers, Sash and Blind Makers All sizes, from 4 to 14 Inches wide. Constantly ACCtXCLATXD CAPITAL,..it..$1,000,000. no

of a motion" soothing that those \rho ride in them, March 21, 1857. 12-ly or Joiners Work. Not often such n lot for sale on hand by LADD. Company issues policies on the lives of other there various
unless they arc particular.wiflsoon find the delicious here. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. Newport, Oct. 18, 1855. 4Z THIS persons for one or more years, or for the as are

S ..dews of sleep with double nutriment descending;" NEW COODS. Nov. 8, '66. 45Liverv -- Town Property for Sale. whole period of life, OS THE :MUTUAL SYSE. other preparations now

Dividends declared to the insured on
Saddles of all kinds

Bridles and Martingales; ; ., JOHN PRATO RIO US and Sale Stable. THE undersigned described property offers at, known private as sale the,Jra the vi follow-.Lots, for le.PLINt po1ice. before the public pur-
,
Valices and Fact Mo&aia FaAsxuN
Trunks, Carpet Bags MA*, Actuary.- ,Pres'lu
; undersigned gives no- viz: Lots Nos. 3, 25, 27, 30, 48, 140, 141, 142 143,
Harness of all kinds; MERCHANT TAILOR :THE that he has purchased 144,226,227,235.23' ,240,241,242,243,244.245, pplctions received in Tallahassee by porting to be Vermifugeand
and Leather
India Rubber Belting; the Livery Stable of,_. 248, 246, 250, 252, 258, 254, 286. 257, 258, 268, all B C. LEWIS.
Hemp and and India Rubar Leather steam Packing; Dealer In Ready Made Clothing: and William H.-Newsom,in Tallahassee together with the in the original plan of tbe city Tallahassee.. Liver Pills All
Lacing Upper ; will of the and that he is AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. good establishment now -ALSO--
Calf, Lining and Sheep Skins;
Collars, IbQH s.Trace Chains, Saddler's Hardware --.-- prepared to carry on the business in all its branches Lots Nos. 1,2.3, 4Ii, 6, 7, in County qr.ALSO CAPITAL,.(500.00. others, in comparison _

and in fact every thing kept in a Store of this kind, I am now receiving my Fall and Winter sup. and promises tbe public with good accommodationsin THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company
hia line reasonable terms. with
which not, such for instance on receive for and insurance Dn McLANE's are
well
things are
as as as Cotton some Waggons a few of which aie on ply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, 4c., oj RICHARD SAUNDERS.N. Lots H)s. 4. 12, 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 againatloss by applications,on and mae Buildings, ,
I B James T. Herring is my duly authorized C2,in the South i County quarter.The Furniture Merchandize &c. worthless.
band and will be sold as soon as possible. ,
Color and and has entire control of the business above described formerly belongedto
Every Style} Quality agent repre. property January 19.1856. 8 B. C. LEWIS.
.\. B. Repairing done on short notice. senting me as fully as if I was personally present. Gov. Brown. For further! information and terms, The McLane's

Tallahassee. Feb. 21, '57. 8-3m [Sent. copy. which I am prepared to make up in the most RICHARD SAUNDERS. which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq, Wines, Syrups, &c. GENUINE

DENTISTRY.DR. fashionable style, on short notice Sep.6,1856. 36 Attorney at Law, Tallahassee.CHARLES P. MANNING.Until OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, Vermifuge and Liver
Port, Old Port Juice,
AND REASONABL&TERMS- Hayana sold, the above property will be for rent.
50,00
Segars. A. PERRY AMAKER. Madeira, Brandy Cherries, Pills can now be had at
T. J. CUR LEE, -ALSOA persons who love to smoke gootf SEGARS 16 1856. 7-tf Sherry, Sardines,

continue, in future, the practice of DEN I LARGE WELL SELECTED STOCK OF ALL: find them together with some choice, Tur. February Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, all respectable Drug
WILL in South Georgia, and Middle and kish and Spanish emoking TOBACCO at the Drug Cod Liver Oil. Extracts, Pears, .
He has had eeveral ; READY-MADE CLOTHING Store of AMES A LIVELY. Yeast Powders, Tamarinds,
Ea6tFlorida. years practical experience Stores.
tIt PURE of the celebrated "Brands" He
in -profession, the last three of which has I Nov.29 1856. 48 FRESH Spanish Olives, Spices,
of
Consisting
every garment suitable for winter wear, Clark Pickles
been in those sections of country. His work is of the I such as Cloaks.Talmas Coats,Vests, Pants, Ac. Lo, 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. For sale by AMES &LIVELY Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, FLEMING BRO'S,
most beautiful and durable character: and satisfaction I wbi'-h will be disposed of at low prices. Apri16,1856. 14
it guaranteed in every instance. I Also, a large lot of Plain nnd Fancy Shirts, Collars, JUST received, a large assortment of every variety English Mustard, Capers, 60 WOOD ST., PrrrsBUB6H, P A.

All communieaii sj'nt to 3Ionticello. Fla. will I Undershirts.Cravats, S1ock Hosiery, &c. Lc. color and quality Window-Papering plain Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth CJaret, Cocoa AMES, A LIVELY. Sole Proprietor*.
receive attention as seen as prcuoua cpj!g"ni,ua 1: Those 5, 1856. SCOVIL MEA
January
will pcrrriL owniuterests by"ing me a call, as all the above A HOBBY. Rugs. :
articles
'V', '.'. ,, I JJn'e been selected with gicat care, and with I Nov. 15, 1850. 46 FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool No. III.Charters St.New Orleans:
a
A Most Approved Corn Mill In Use. the Southern 10
&
EEFEUEYcES : specinl'.iev to their adaptation to this market. Carpeting. Also, a few pieces Wool and Cotton General Wholesale sgent r States
Ociobet 18, 1856. lv-42 do., and fiue Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale rightat I -t A A OF the most approved LANIER CORN whom all order must be'addressed. *
fcp.&fc''_ }TIloma8-ilk, Ga. -- A. B. CLARKE D. LADD. JLUV MILLS for sale by the Subscriber.. These Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard Jr. Mile
: : Vlo GARDEN Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 I Mills have been for some time in use through this re Nah & Co, Tallahassee, FLu; J. 8. M. Davison.

HON. W.S. DltWOKTH, }) .uou" tie ce II 0, Fl a.EV. SEEDS now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of gion'and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction Quincy; Gardner & Mills.Newport; W. T. Carpenter -
,n\ W. E. HASHLTOX, J GROWTH OF 185. IS Goods, suitable for I' Circular Saw Mill Agency. i ,grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise 4 Co. Waukeenah; Moaely & Pope. Madison
Ho*.J. C. HcGnEE ) .' in the with less than the Palmer & Bro. Mooticello. S.Pules!en MouticeUo;
Madison, ila. would call the attention of friends and undersigned has the agency for the sale of day, ordinary gin power applied .
our M Baltzcll &
WffiG9 I THE W. it Chattahoochee Widgeon -
CoL. D. C. PorE J W Herrick's Circular Saw to it. The maker furoishes a band toput it up; Rogers ;
public genera'-ly: to our present Large and Improved Mills. Marianna Nicholson 4 Z iler. Bainbridge,Q*
;
M. WHIT Sxiro Fla.
GKS. Alligator,
and warranted to ;
well selected Assortment of consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cassi consisting of three sizes for 42, 48 nil 52 or 54 incb every one give perfect satisfcio
N. D.-D,.Cca LEE will be in Quincy during the meres and,'<.tiugs of all colors,and of the best qual Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, Call and examine them at D. I). H.Dickinson* Bainbridge; E.Seiias,Thomasville,

latter part of'57.the present ,,cey.17 I' FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our ity, which he is prepared to manufacture to order on. having several improvements over the Page"or any April 21,1855. 16 Oa.February 21, 1857. 8-ly

April 25, Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate and the most reasonable terms and in the most other Patent in use. The cost is about $300, ?350, ORANGE SPRING

consequently will flourish tbe better in a warmer one, FASHIONABLE MANNER and $450 for various sizes according to extracarriage, ATr1Ie ct L1.V'e1y
Notice.ALL I such as ours. CIF" Call early or send your orders, I' &e. For further particulars apply to Male &
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA,
Together with a general assortment of DANIEL LADD. Femae SeJ.
having demands against the estate that you may secure the varieties you desire.AMES
situation
persons & LIVELY. EEADY-MADE CLOTHING Newport,Fla, November 3.1858. 44 THE Wholesale and Retail Dealer la f/l
Lenora P.Crenshaw, deceased, late of Leon Sulphur in the ountry, and is unsurpassed
notified to them to the January 31, 1857. 5 that will with stock of Clothing Sprin DRUGS AHD MEDICINES. 11
county are h r*>by present compare: favorably any Shoes and Blan for health. easy of access'for steam 1&
administrator authenticated, exhibited for sale m this city, consisting of Kerseys, Linseys
undersigned properly ever boat and I few hours staging. Perfumery, Dyestuffi, Surgical Instrument,
within the time prescribed by law, or they wilt be CASH STORE. Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats kets. The Principal with the experience of twenty years. Snuff Window Glass Paints
Spices.
barred; and all those indebted are requested to make subscriber, on and after the 1st day of Fehru- Fancy Cassimero and Beaver Frock and Business 1 A fl A A YARDS assorted Kerseys and Ga and aided by a corps of competent assistants,'WIl devote Oils Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
payment immediatcJv. THE Coats, his whole time to the improvement of his Pa teat Medicine
popils.The and Glass Ware .
of the vill confine his business 1
lv _
present Plains,
JOHN year and colored Beaver and Over- ,
Admfr.Mv Black Pijpt
c: CREtfSHAW, Cloth
third session will
Pure Wines
entirely upon theOash. l.OoO yards Wool and Cotton and Wool Linseys, Commence Monday January Fine Soaps Fine Tooth and Brandies
Sack Surtouts,
16.57. 20-8w 12, 1857. For particulars address, and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal. ,
1.000 mixed and white Blankets purposes
pairs ,
Ra la". Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere grey -
istoxxa. !
837- ANDERSON
Jcjers'm Circuit Court, Nov. Term, 1857. Pants, 1,000 pairs Russet Brogans. R. Princpl.Not' Paint Brushes, Fancy-Article*. .
therefore wilt keep no accounts. All those \1.'llohave Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests With Wool Hats, Oanaburgs, and such like arti. 29, 1858. 48 Gardefc Seeds, Fine Havana Segar
Alvin M%y, J Attachment obtained his Groceries without for them cles for Plantation in They have recently received m 'Laigt .and FrtArupplyot
,
paying arc Fancy Velvet, Cos imere, Silk and Cashmere do., use, any quantity, by
t't. V Damages,$5OO. informed that their accounts will be placed in the White Silk do D.LADD. Lub t.WE every variety of article usually kept by

E. S. Gaillard, ) Sum Sworn, 16158. baud of a lawyer for collection before next return Gents' Shawls,,Dressing Robes. Fine Shirts, Silk, Newport, Oct. 18. 1856. 42 have on Six hundred Tbousan druggists. Planters and Physician will always find
HE Defendant. and all others interested are hereby day. R. H. BERRY. Cotton and Merino Under shirts, feet of good SKASONZD of dis at this establishment a full supply everything nee
X: notified of the commencement of this suit by Auctioneer and Com. Merchant. Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. Notice. cription, which will be Lu& ever -. ded and on the most liberal term
ittachroent, returnable to Fall Term of the Court, January 31, 1857,. 5 Those wishing Lumber can Centrevflle.. Orders from the Country prbmplj0filled and aati &e- .
S and to appear and plead to the same. ALSO SIX Months after date shall present my final ac Bilk at short adre u a tion guaranteed with gird both prices and quality. .
JOHN WEST, Clerk. and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate sa"e not e Physician's prescriptionare folly compounded.
New Books. A assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and A. R.COMBS & CO.
general
May I 16,'5'1. 20-Sm Satin Stocks,Ties and Cravats, Collars. colored and of Jefferson county, as executor of the estate of Sept 27, 1859. 89 Also.Eppmg'a compound -Fluid Extract of Botha.
TUST received, n large assortment of Robert R. Jones, late of said county deceased, and Jan 5, 18518 _
white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Threaddo .
fj Miscellaneous Books, ask for a discharge from raid executorsliip.
comprising lI
Notice.SIX Ladies Gauntlets Linen, Cambric and To Rheumatics &
Standard Works, Prose, Poetry and Romances superior ROBERT D.JOHNSON Exfr. Oter.al TurpenUne Farm for Sale.
Silk Handkerchiefs Brown and Cotton Lisle
Months after date the undersigned administra with all the recent ;publications: Thread and Marino,} Hose, Ac,Fancy:. CALL AND March 14, '67. II8mFairbank's T persons suffering from TTOtt Sal. about eleven hundred acre of land to-
of the estate of Lewis M.Saunders deceased, Bancroft's and Hildreth's United States. BUY. a positive remedy,in Jay1 Stimulating JP getber with a small farm and improvements and
'Will made his final exhibit to Motley's History of tbe Dutch Republic Liniment. It has been effectual in the permanent
late of Leon county ,just pub- OctQber 18, 1856. 42Coftee Perry will be old at a bargain,inquire of
the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be lished. cure of Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands JOHN H. RHODES or A.P.PULLEY.
discharged. JOSEPH B. .CHRISTIE, Adtnt'r Allison's Continuation of the History ot Europe, SITUATED on the Oclocknee River near the Geor. hare n doubt been rescued from an untimely death Wakulla] Fhu October 4. 1856. 40
April 18, 57- lC-6m 6th and 6th volumes. known as the Lynn Ferry beingnow by the u of this great remedy.For .

_Abbott's and Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte; Theirs C\ \ SACKS Prime Rio.'5 do. MaracaiboJ chartered and well established ; and having a sale by Druggists generally and at Wholesaleand .Notice
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India Rubber Packing. French Revolution: ; Gibbon Rome; Hume and Ma- &\( Landing from Brodie and for ale by new and excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wide and fifty Retail by AMES A LIVELY. .
cauleys England, 2rd and 4th volumes; Rollin's Ancient McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. feel long;being competently and constantly attendee!, Tallahassee, May 81, 1656. 22-ly SIX months after date the undersigned will present
INDIA Rubber Packing of ail thicknesses from 8- History; Thirlirall's Greece; Ro'utson's works; March 21, '57. 12Notice. tbe undersigned would respectfully inform all who : accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Pro
i inch constantly on hand at D. LADD. Present's Ferdinand and Isabella, Mexico, Peru, wish to cross the River that they can cross at Fair- Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE bate for the county Gadaden and ask for a final
\Newport..Oct. 18, 185G 42 Philip tbe 2nd and Miscellaneous; Russell's Modem bank's Ferry at all times with ease and safety whether settlement and discharge from the administratorship
Europe; Hallam's Historical Works; The Works of the water is high or low. OF FLORIA) of the estate of Wra. P.Larb'na late of laid county

J. Hume, Compl't., In Chancery Lord l Bacon, Addison. Goldsmith, Irvine, Scott months after date, 1 shall present my final ac HARRISON FAIRBANK. JEFFERO COUNY. fWM. deceased. THOMAS H. '. Admt'r.
**. i* I Dickens Irviog'a Life of Washington, Spark s Washington SIX nd vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate Jan. 1'1,'''. 3 H. ANDREWS sberif and administrator Jan !4. '6'7.3m .

Joseph Whitaer. and 1J In Leon county and Headley's Washington; Chamber's Mis. for Jefferson county, as administrator of the estate of officio,of the estt David late of
Eveline Hume William Homeand cellaneous Writings. in 10 volumes, library style; Ayles B. Lord, late of said county deceased, and ask Dr. P. LEWIS Jefferson county, decease filed in Wolf Circular Saws.
Jessie Hume infant heirs Middle Circuit.Mary .
I of for discharge from said administratorship.WM. of written
Chamber's Cyclopedia American Literature in 2 a office Jefferson suggestion that & GRIFFITH'S and BOX A GO'S
of Jesse Hume, deceased. volumes, just issued, containing an account of the R. LORD, Admfr. 0JVES notice to his friends and pat he believes the estate of David Woolfa to insolvent WELCH Saw*,from 42 to 54 Inches ice oonstaotly -
IT appearing t. the Court by affidavit of B. F. literature of our country from its discovery to tbe present April 11, '67. 15-6m that be is now in possession!fall Thereupon, notice given to all nervous having for isle at a eo imisjfcn on mannfaetnrsr's
Whither, Esq., that the said tnhnt defendants, day, with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts the latest improvements Dentis c'aJms agajgst said estate toappear and file the same prices, by D. LADD.

Eveline Hume, William Hume and Jessie Hume reside from their writings. The best book W the kind extant Boots and Shoes.MENS' try. lit The extraction of Teeth without producing with the Judge of Probate of UK!county, on or before Newport. December SO, 18 a. 51 .
beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,and beyondthe Childrens'. hand. pain.by tbe aid of a local application, which consists the 12th day of December next when there will -
limits of this State, but within the United States: Simra's Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances Womens'and A in applying artificial freezing mixture to the parts be a p-o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to Notice.
.
It; is ordered that said defendants appear and! answer in sets; Statesman's Manual; History of the assortment binding per 'M.rstie, until fully benumbed. 2d The immediatemsertion ofa said estate amongst the creditors thereof:, at which
the bill on or before the first Monday b October next, Republic; Webster's and Calboun's Work's, complete, nod for sale by MoNAUGHT, ORMOND O. Temporary Set, on Gutta Percba which caD- be time the said William H. Andrews will apply fir his A' persons Having demand against the estate

otherwise tbe Complainants,.. Bill shall-be taken as in 6 volumes.: March 2167. 21. worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully final discharge from the administration of said estate. ,of Charles,Wdliamaoa, late. of.Rkbmond eono
confessed t:Provided' That this Older be published Blank Books, and. Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal> prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted on THOMAS J. OB ACE ty,State of Georgia deeeased. will take notice that
ones a week for four months, immediately preceding and Aecount Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with and Iron and Plow Steel. that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are Judge of Probate. they must present them to ondertigaed c. duly sotheoticated -

the said role day in October in some newspaper published without bandies; Envelopes,fancy and plain; Visiting Bar Iron, 1 incb to 8 inches, so much worn and admired, for beauty,strength and C ,March 7, '57. togmNotice. within the time prescribed by law,or th:.
in tbe City orTn\,,ee. and Playing, Cards; Ledgers Journals DayBooks SWEDES Red, Hoop and Nail Rod. perfect cleanliness. notice will be plead Jn bare? their recovery ; and all

Ordered at Chambers this tbe twenty first day Records and Pan-Books and every article Plow Steel 7, 8, 9 and 10 inches. May 81, 1856. 22 persons indebted to said estate art hereby. notified. to

ofay, A.D.. 1167. > usually found in our.buI u. A large stock landing per Mystic and for sale bye make immediate- payment
_J. WAYLES BAKER JnJge. Nov. 15._ 46 MoDOUGALL A HOBBY.Singer's McNAUGHT. ,,ORMOND A CO In Leon Circuit Court SIX months& after data I will present to the HOD : WILLIAMSON,Admt'r.

'J fd. ,,' '. tl-4m. Me.rch2l57. 18 'Court, of Leon county;my.accounts.and May: 8.'ST.__, ,18-3w_
Daniel K. Granger and James of the .
vouchers as Administrator 'estate of Matthew
8200 BEWARD. Sewing Machines Gentlemen's B. Gamble, late partners In attachment J. Allen,deceased, and at the same time apply for a Notice.S .

great reputation Singjsr's Sewing Machines "* Famishing-; trading dux, as Granger &) Sum sworn to $276. final discharge from. the.fuith. administration of said IX weeks from&:I shall apply to the Honorable
D UNAWAYITOn be Subscfter on Mcty THE founded on the (act/that they arc perfectly GaQD.JJINEN : Gamble 17. Damages $soo.Thomas estate. R. G. ALLEN. Jude of Probate of Leon eoonty.tee lettsr

Li ni&bt the llth fast bia negro man/JOE.a adapted to every variety of work.and that each one bosomed .Shirts \ TI. Feb. 14, '57. !'lGm.Administrator's of administration, on the'estate of E. '.&. Staler deceased.

bright mulatto about i8 year of age wefcta of them, kept employed will earn not leu than Under Shirt Drawers. t- P. Randolph. .late of said county.. J. JBJTCOAT.
boot 17* pounds blue eye, kinky hair .slow b OM ThovMnd Dollar A.Year. Collars; Oravata Napoleon Ties, etc, etc. T HE Defendant, and Jill other persona interested, Notice. May t./. n" lWw _
speech, stutter when cit, 6 feet 8 or,9 incbea bheight Landing. from brig Mystic and for sale by'. are hereby notified of the institution of the above 2 -
little or no beard. Had on 'wbea hi Jeft a t' All persons desiring foil and reliable information '*MoN AUGHT, ORMOND .,CO. suit,by attachment and are required to appear and months after data I will present to tbe'Hon.Pro- LIl .
Soft dare colored batand a black frock coat' I bare about these machines-.sires, prices,'modes of purchasing March 21, '6 f. .'- -' 12Notice.. plead 'to the declaration filed therein. SIX Court of Gadsdeo county my account t.ndTouChers India cri,jct
,Ac/ can obtain it by applying, by letter or otherwise COUNCIL A. DRY AN. CTk..April BBI.lmfre.h good,
re&aon to pdteve.that be baa'gone to Florida H. c M administrator de bonus non of the state 100 : -
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for left BWipa _'.aid'after?bh.: retorn copy e James Pofodrxter. deeeaaed and at 112. same time fcRMOSD CO,.
McNAUGHT
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be .orked at,tfce'Cabinet beautiful Pwtonal Paper entirely devoted to Sewing for final from the further administration '
be IcI. i1" apply a discharge .
bta.n mltflton.Bata'B.aaa'Oo1m&J.: Machine. btereats.. -It. 'will.1'r be'.sot, gratis- A.LI/persona having:-demands against the estate ffis t: N ticc. of said estate. HUDSON MUSE. November.' > 8. tUa. : 41 -.

P1aflh':: yae in the .Wbter,and Spring or"tN 5, Lccil ,AgenU"Waoted .. -XJL-of stdamramlingdeceasedJateofLconcounty -. tSI'S.- Quincy Jan. 17, '67. 8ra : Co-Pwrtiennip-
Dlsiolntion of
after date I shall final
ient Months present '
notified to
them ac
% are hereby" 'pr properly authenticated my
boti l .
kt tncSe filtrate in the UtftedStatu to whom '
-. JoercryTowa to the nndmined administratort within and vouchers to the Hon. Judge' of Probate ,Mackerel and ; ? ;' heretofore ezbtii between John>
C.b be .. Herring. patjaennrp
daror.h" J rona- 1iber.a1 beein.szta an 08tr4" the time'prticribed by law, or .they.will, be barred; of Leon county, as' executor'.of the estate of THE me and Robert Heir In the we,ito.
.."IWt.etd
: 'wsybbsJM' A\_& Wprp"r Mdjaw tfW.bar*tiuutemnf events I wftb many and aU ths.Iodsbt.ars: requested to make payment John Ocok, deceased, late of said county and ask to' A FEW HALF\BBLS..each Ni"Mackerel and and feeQoff'eottcfti tal".is thls-djiT.: -
rtd ; o.CM. ton stud pBblUHejitiC. I. highly proflta.< > Herring, direct from'. the Fi For sale at rage
> p inim ely.. __ discharged. THOS. ROBERTS, .Ext'r. . mutual eenient'. BBOOMB *B1fnL.Auaae' .
T .,. ," ', his*ad ttlifMV ry o'teta.lad yfah t snake ,siraJlar j, V_ A.P.OR&MLING' AdmtV.. April 18, '57. 16-m a low rate by by li, 1958._ 41

t.w. .11iIir1Jo ;... eoqtrasU_with every eevstaper Cbd:.cagafioe b .'. ,May.18, '57; 20-8w' '. MeNAUGHT.ORMONDACd.Novembers. . > .- ,
;." Jbti_' .74fla1l..rt DIa''cIdfIir.. l otic '" ,1858. 48 1n .
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= .-,.' ra.' .IiIr; ; X8IlfGD'A' cO : -. ew'"ujrt'nrtlI' .
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-. I. ...... .... a:*,J $' :madjrTork --NO ti e.. '.: SIX Months after.date, the undersigned will present r Hire.: *'': tWI ,$l.li .
: '.t... ...Iiai .JrUrfJan'Y., :13Th4" .i. t w eka front dale,1,will apply to the Honor-: .final account and vouchers as administrator on ; '
':#_.I ;""I'ob .. SIX Jad-Probate.of eoooounty,.for'Utters. the estate of Wnv >Laffoon, deceued-JaU;of Leon A L1KELY"OnDI\V. ,:MCQttotaad' .Whotaw ; ia:ii > ..
,.. CIIDi' i"<"k : <" 'H-l. fd.t n'l. of admJnis&atioo oo tb.- & .of Mary M.Townsend. county.,, daak W be discharged. ," ?.> work. ,A good cook,wuhr and Xfoocr. Apply "
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fB ".. .' ; '' '. '_ to' 'uBRAIL3FOtlDMAZWELL, $b !
"w. 't eeaaaadrlatdCfsaldeecnty: ; : JOHN ORENSIIA W Admt'r. !! op o-.r
i .LnTJaa1't. ed 4'Q..i '.. ". ,. J' D Waters Store. ,
;.. ;] .1tt jy UP. Q LTMANSUTTH. .-. .In,rigbt! of bis wife LSCROIU CaiKiBw. at '. 'a .1 '
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