The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. pubic lands witl.in: s.nid Vinrennvs land district (No. S.) joint Rerolntion trelatiag to the Appropriation I No. 3. Prhilegrs of Act of 1650, dl. 7t'?, thnt he has satisfactory evidence that the said fifty three: the true limits between the territories !

as if s ij l.-md offices bad no* be-'n for the Improvement of the Harbor at given certain Places. province has consented, in a due and proper of contracting parties xmr declared .

abolished by the jirovitious of the :act last Ehc Kjygan, "Wisconsin.Wlieteas manner: to have the provisions of the treaty to be as follows : ., .
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. afuresai !I. entitled exttnde'd to it, and to allow the United States Retaining the same dividing lino belwe[ .ri
by act of Congress nn OF) AJIKUICA S
Sec. 9. And b it further enacted, That the full benefit of all the stipulations therein tbe two California as already defined'sndestablished .!.
act tanking appropriations for the improvement rROCL.\ lATIOX.
the A according to the fifth article .f.
commissioner ,
CHAP. CLXXI.-An Act making an Appropriation appointed under this j.ct of certain harbors and rivers," contained : ,
for the Survey of the Southern Boundary Line ofKauwii by the President, sh-H receive as a full compensation iMindred approvedAugust und Whereas the Art of Congress of the 2Slh And whereas I have satisfactory evidencethat the treaty of Dnadalupa Hidalgo, the limits

Territory.Be for his sen-ires, a salary at :lie rate thirtii'th tighteeu fifty of September, 1650 entitled An Act to the province of Newfoundland has consented between the two republics and shall! be as
the of thousnnd di llars
two tai: < WitS -
it enacted by lheSenate and House of of three thousand doll.tts per annum paaj for the af the Imibor nppiopriated create additional collection: districts in the in a due arid proper manner, to have follows : ,

Representatives ofthe, United Stales of America j quarterly oat of the treasmy 5 and the of : Wisconsin improvement ami,whereas: the i State of Ctlifornin, and to change the existing the provisions of the aforesaid treaty extended Beginning itt the Gojf.of! .Mexico. lhrt

in Congress assembled, That to enable register nnd receiver shall receive surh rom.jtensation Shfboygan, ; ,, I collection distl ict- in tie; Unit d tlt..S." extends to it, and to allow thc United States the leagues from land', oppostite the mouth pf th.
and of Sheb! have from
the President of the Unit d States to for their set, vices j under this act: ns rily county '\g'In to mercIiaiiitU. ** wart-housed under bond, full benefits of all and stipulations, therein Riu Grande as provided In- thy fifth article! or
time time macl for the improvtmpiit
execute the act entitled An act to authorise may be just and \proper, in the- ili-cretion (If f I to of Iill jipjTopri.'iiionj harbor to the amount of- I the pr'vilegc: of l.einZ expo ted to the B1 i'ihi' I contained, so far as they are applicable to tbe treatJ iundalope Hidalgo thenow, as
the President of the United States to cause the Commissioner of tho General Land : North America Provinces adjoining the United I than piovince : defined in {tfie said- article, up the middle of
the southern boundary line of Kansas Terri- Office. fifty thousand dollars to expended by cumuii States, in the manner prescribed in ihe. .. Now, therefore, I, FRANKLIN PIERCE, that river to the point trhere the parallel of
ioners s.iiil State and
tory to bo surveyed and marked," the sum of Sec. '10. And be it further cn.icled. Thnt whereas it appointed is desiiable by that: ; : Act "f Congress of the 31 I of March, 1845, President oh! the United States of America, 31 Q 47' .north fa titudd crosses the same ;

thirty five thousand four hundred dollais] is it sh;ll be the duty of thb Cummi!sioner, t>f* : >appropiia- which designates! certain fro tier ports through do hereby" declare and proclaim that, from thence due west one hundred mifrsdenc.south .( .
ton! 1 should be expended under one direcion: <
hereby appropriated out of any money in the the General LmwOffic to prescribe such therefore which inen-handise' may be exported, lI nd this date, the articles enumerated in the pre. to the parallefof 31 .20 north, 1st'

treasury. rules and regulations as may be necessary to further'provides that such other ports fcitu- amble of this proclamation, being tbe growth twin; thence along'the said parallel l of 31 '

Approved, Aug. 18, 1856.CLXXIL give full effect and to the pro\isions ,of this Resolved by the Senate and House i o Rep- ated on the frontieis nf the United Slates n
act. resi-ntative of the Ufrf'ed '(States. of'nie- joining the'''itin.! -'rth" American Pnvinres -' colonies, shall he admitted from the aforesaid of Xfreenwiski-thetice in a starigbt Cue,.. ai!

Cn.tP, -An Act to continue the Land Offices Approved, Ang. 18, 1850.RESOLUTIONS.. I rica in Congress as'mulled, That alter the t I. as may hereafter be found expedient, may province of Newfoundland i into the United point on tbe Colorado River twenty Englishmiles

Yincenner l', Indiana, and to ascertain r.nd the Secretary of War hal; have settled and !i' have extended to them the I.ke privilege on Sta'es free of duty, so long as the aforesaid below the junction of the Gib, arid Colorado

adjust Indiana the and Titles Illinois to certain, formerly Lands included in the States within of paii all just charges existing against the said I the recommendation: of the Secretary of the treaty shall remain in force. rivers ; thence up the middle of the .

the Vincennes Land District. appropriation often thousand dollars, the Treasury and Pro -tarnation 1 duly made by the In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set said River Colorado until it intersect tbe

Be it enacted by the Senate and Ilouae of balance: thereof, together with all tiols: implements I' I President of the United States, specially designating my hand and caused the seal of the United presents Hnt between the United! States and

Representatives of the United Slates-of .- [No. 1.] A Resolnfion for the Appointment of Re- inaleihU and other properly whatsoever : the ports to which the aforesaid States to be :affixed to these presents. Mexico. .

m- rica in Congress assembled, That the gents to fill th' Vacaneie in the Board of Regentsof belonging to the United, States and privileges are to he extendei t" Done at the city of Washington twelfth And whereas, the said dividing line DUb
and receiver of the land offices at Vinccnnes the Smithsonian Institution. I used in improving the sid harbor, shall be Now, therefore. I, FRANKLIN PIERCE, day of Dec-mber, in the year of our ?en surveyed maaked out, and established, 0

to be appointed, together with a fit Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep- |I transferred and turned over by the slid Sec- I President of ihe United States of America hnccoulance Lord one thousand eight hundred andt. by the respective commissioners t f the con.

and |person learned in the law, and a rc5Milalives of the United Stales of Americain I I I retary of War to the commissioners for the I with the leCoinmendatioii, of the [ s..J] filly five, and of the Independence of tracting parties pursudnt tb the lame articleof

citizen proper of Indiana, to he appointed by the Co'ign! assembled,. That the vacanciesin !,'! im1I; \'fmeilt of the said: II 1111111. appointed I Si'cietJiry of t the Treasury, do hereby declare the United States the eighteenth. the said treaty :

President of the Unj'ed States, are hereby the lioaul of Regents of the Sl.: th. olli m II, by tho Stale of Wisconsin ; Provided, That; and pioclaini. that the [i'ts of Rouse's Point FRANKLIN PIERCE.By Now, therefore, be it knrwn, that I,

constituted commisMoJiers to ascertain and j Institution, of the cass other than members tlf-! said commissioners f-hall first give satisfactory Cape \'\lII'Plit. Suspenejon Bridge, and Dti'i-; the President : FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of tbtf United .

adjust the title of any claimant to any tract I of Congress," occa-ioned by the resignation I security to the Secretary of War for I hiik, in the State of New Yoik ; Swanton, W. L. MARCY of State. States of America, do hereby declare to
of land or any part or suhdiiision thereof, ,4 of Rufus Choate, and the death of Jo.'m: MrPherson i the foithlul exjienditme of the money in the I Al!!nrg, and Island Pond, j in the State of all whom it may concren, that the line aforesaid .

the resolution of the I Berrien, be filed -y the improvement of the said harbor. I Vermont, ; Tol) d., in th- State of Oiiio ; shall be held and considered as tIll
by ofCongiess
granted No. 6. Respeding: Disturbances in Kansas
; twenty ninth of August, seventeen hundred I of George E. Badger, of North IIPllllltn"nt.1 Approved, May 12, 1650. I Chicago in the State Illinois ; .Milwaukie, boundary between the United States and the

". and ninety one, entitled -" An act for Cornelius C. 1'elton of !. in the State of Wisconsin ; \l ichili nackinac, I Territory.BYTill Mexican Republic, and shall be.res. peeled,as

: lands to the inhabitants and settlers gran.ting at i i Approved, Feb. 27, 1850.No. I t (0*o. 17.) A Resolution authorizing the Secretary I in lh" State of Mii-lji jan ; EaMport, ill the rUESIDECT* OF THE VXXTKD STATES such by tbe United States add ihe citizens
of Maine and Pemhinn} thereof
and the Sta'e ; ) in the Territory j- AMERICA :
Vincennes Illinois
in the
) territory northwest, of the Ohio country., and for confirming [ 2] Reolntion] -to supply a Deficiency in the house of the at Treasury Elis\rorth to ,modify Maine.the plan of the eastern of .Minni-S'ta are aiiil; shall; ba entit'ed A PROCLAMATION.Whertas In testimony whereof, I have caused the

them in their possessions," and the Appropriations fur Prhiti.; g for the second Session I to ;all tho p idle l's i.i regard! to tile ex port.vj indications exist that tranquillity seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed.
several acts in aid of and supplementary of the thirty-third COI.te@ll. Resolved! by the Senate and louse ofj j I don hf :nicreiiamtisf' :' i in I bond to .the British I II and the of law in the Territory .' _

[( thereto. Resolved liy the Senate and House of Representatives Representatives of the United S'.ntesnfA-i North American Piovinc, adjoin! ig the! United I of Kansas supremacy Given under 'my hand, at the city of

| See. 2. And be it further enacted, Thai of the United States of Americain merica in Congress nssemb'ed, That! the I : State, whii-h me extended to the pot: % J acts,or are endangered of by the both reprehensible Washington second day of Jane,

every snch claimant to any tract of lannd so Congre. assembled, That the Secretaryof j Secretary of the Treasury he and he i< h 'rl". enumerated' in the 7th section of the Act of wit in and without purposes the same who persons, in, the year of onr Lord one'thousand -

granted, or any part or subdivision thereof, the Treasury be and be is hereby authorized '' by authorised to modify! the plan of the CIM- Congress of the 3.1 of .March, 1S45 af-re- I direct and control its political, propose to eight hundred and fifty six, and of

shall, within three mouths after the publication and required to apply so much as may tom houe in process H con"tiuction at E'l.i- snii., from and aft'r the date of this Proclamation. force: J It appearing that combinations organizationby have [r.. I ] tbe Independence of the United '

z. bo of the for the wnith, Maine, provided the increased expenses States the eighteenth.
tion of the notice herei.i: provided for, file his necessary been formed therein, to resist the execution of
: and of the so tiding si'a'l!! not exceed the sum of tta 'etllou"allll In witness wlu-reof, I have hereunto PIth1tE.'
prining thirty fourth Con-1 I mvhrtt'd FRANKLIN
claim in writing with the said register in paper I the TertitoriitlI3ws, and thus, in efTecr subvert .
the I. to deficiencies for the s the Unittd
which he shall specifically set forth tUch factas gress same purposes l by violence! nil present consitnlional and By the President:; J:
ordered at these_ .unl session of the thirty ns tnjy brf necessary: i is hcrc-liv. nppropriatei States to !hi. affixed. Done 3t the ; '
shall be required in the constructions of l kial authority: It also appearing that W. L MARCT Secretary of State
persons ;
of in the
third Congress. : out any money treasury city WiisLingloii.. this 2d day IIfJu-
the Commisioner of the General Land Office, I resiling' without the Territory.but I.
Provided, That in any case in which good Approved, Feb. 27, 1856. lor tht purrosc : ;provided, thnt none of the [L..J] ly, i'i the yea of out Lord, one thou. its borders, contemplate armed interventionin near No. 8. Calling; aa Elr* Session 'of- Con- .
money he.-eby npprotrintenl l, sliall! bo u3.'d i hand tijbt, hundred and fifty five, and _
cause may be blown why the claim was nteed the affairs thereof: It also appearing that '. .
until tie! ( ol the has .
Secretary of gresf.tfrrsx
Treasury contracted Iji'lep'-nilenro of the United
within the period stipulated, such claim [fN'o. 3.] A Resolution providing for the fiscal A>1- other persons, inhabitants of remote states .
for the cmipli-tion of the s d.l! \vo k I States of.\merica-ihe I ruDo71ia
ninth. ramos
seventv TATKS
4 may be presented and acted upon at anytime i, ju tment certain C.ifes of Appeal frum Deih'nsjisade for the! and heretofore FRANKLIN are collecting I money, engaging men, and .
: before the expiration of the corn muLion. -:- by the Auditor of the Treasury fr the Post sums hereby appropriated. I PIERCE. I providing: arms for the same purpose : Andit OP AXSXZCA.
Bv the President
OlSce V..partntnt. : : -
forth' r appearing that combinations within A PROCLAMATION.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That i Resolved by the Senate and House of t Approved, Aug. 1, 1833. I 'Y. L. MAKCY, Secretary of Stare. the Territory are endeavoring, by the agency Whereat whilst hostilities exist with various .

such tha Repieentjtives of the! United States of Americajn I oferniss.iniesand otherwise
register: upon recipoT"stztfrtnitructioris No. to induce individual Indian,tribes on tbe' rrroota frontiers of
l thall give noice: in the several I I Congress assembled, T1Itn; ; every (No. 17.) Joir.t Resolution extrr.ding the tb for 4. Respecting lId apprehended Invasion States of the Union to intervenes in the United States, and whilst ut Other respects -

1, newpaj>ers general circulation within said j: case of account or cloim not (finally: adjtis ted, i the creditors of Tezas to present thtir Cl&.ms.: I .JNiraragna. !' the M&tirg thereof violation of the Constitution rbe? public peac it.. seriously threatened .

district and in the vincinity of said lands, by 1 I i upon wtlch-d.l pr aouj F4ttXtl *i r..Jl..l' *tf i iI flt1ijt-iJ l,,_- b O.-.J t1.I .. nf I DJT TliE rEEiIK.\T TIIE, t'SITED:. JTATM. I ,f>f the UuitedJStaies : Congress has adjfuruedYlt .
the Trt'I ur\', as Auditor of tie: Ticasury for ,C\"J."" -.4- ;.E "; ...._. J_. granti
publication, of his readiness to '' applications :- I I 'i r.l'pn'sl'lIt:1lh't'j of the Ui.it-d: ttt.f A- or 2.1..1'1 = -- ..1. it,, 'jI f-' .i ,i_ _- -
the Post Office Dejnrtment hi'i! [ ruination of I ihe fiTTTire institution of tbe the Executive of the .pt'we71 _"
of claimants, to whieh notice shall be j may I ineiica in Congress :15 eliltl., ii, That ;i'-s | A PROCLAMATION. j jWhcTi territory 1 rsoruxup
the instructions of the ComDib ion. I ded M-l-icli may have In-en theieafter ifcxamiried I if carried into action from within same duty in relation to the cotnmoa defend and
appended I aijiteablv to tb. p- ,\ .ioiij of the! f uiilh see I JI ''s i'iloriiati bas been re/E-ired by !'
and this act. I ban nutltti in ?ail l office on iun\f ,. \ill constitute th- fiLet of insaer ction, and if security, abd an extraordinary occasion has '
t er a copy lion of ihe art of twenty i';hlh February. : me that su.i'by: pt >os, ci kens of the UniI I
I i ihiimlre'l
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted That testimony 1 iot-idt-d by l.im ie n MK'I) tcti i irnoiiy I from without! tliat invasive aggression,and thus risen for assembling tbe two Houses of
1 l'itll.'J l jiii.l fL't ly five, to p' "-, id"I j ted, Staus t :.i'l 11th! T-, 1'I."iI"ls i : therein, ate
said commissioners shall I and; fl"Ol11'hlt so 'dc..i"j..n an :lpw1\1; ] j will, in either case, justify and' require the ; Congress, I do, therefore, by this
med immediatelyafter \li; my proc.
I : for II"I (':ln.t'lIl..t. sut i cie.itius: ofti.clite I rn'p 11 IIg.: \ J tie jurisdiction:i of the s.irne j
the time :1I!owed for filing Euch claim-, i has been taken to th-- present First' CotnjitrolliT republic! of Texas as al P cinnp.fliendi-ii; !I iiI : to eiii-t: .>r t-iiter tiieinselves, or to hire or j forcible interios.itioi| : of the whole power of : lamation, convene the said Houses to meet

and shall bold their sessions at the town of of tIC! Trl'SI.II"J.! it h'l.tll'! \tJ t.i; d.itv: the act ..r Congress; of September! nine( ej.ii. M t.iin Titlii-r1-! jIlltil'p.t1l': in military the CJen-ral Government: as well as to maintain at the Capitol, in the city'of Washington, on
i it. of tle Second Comjitinl'ir of tile! I opera- the laws of the Territory as those of ;. the 21st '
( Vincennes. They thall have power to isue ; TitMSu-y teen Inmilrcd and flTiy I ," noti.-e; by pu! lie ?>1! II | tio.i- within! in'! S'.aJe:; Nitfara ua. : the Thursday, day of'Augast, here\v requiring
t. subpanas, and compel the attendance of witnesses i and tI.' CuinlnissioiK-r ot Cu&toms: fina'.ly' to j jmljust I FUAMCLIN ; Union : I the respective Senators and Representatives
I I "-C, ti"l'llIlt was: tt'v! bin: for tie! pre of I Now tJjr-nfoip. PIERCE : i
administer all oaths and to j the SIIIIt'Id, i-i case of dUngret'inent: ; ,j jbftueen of the C 1I.e,1 l Now, therefore, I, FRANKLIN PIERCE, then and there to assemble, to con-
necessary j I im-tv days. I bv the! S<.><'ret.uy: of' the T.e.su-: I I Pn-sMfijt: ; States, do warn ill !
hear decide in:1 all the sail I Second Ctln1rui'kr; aui: i iCommisSi'MHT 1 President of the United States, do issue this i soft and determine on such measures as the
the summary manner, ]I :: rv. of thPlime :ttvhici! 1':1\ "Wilts of Ilt't-i; ptrt>!tIl5 &;.iiist: 'nIIN.ia: : : : themselves with !'
matters respecting tuch claims Minutes 01! I i of Cnstums, tin dt-cibion! IIf i iAttora.ev thi !' in tiint appropriated I I by' I ihe I fiftli section, r t th I' :1 1feaiij :111\, tucb( i-iiterjiri or undertaking, as being my proclamation to commar.d all persons en. ,. state of tbe Union may seem to require. -
General shall! IK- a- final as the de- i gag'jd in lawful combinations against the In whereof I have caused the
the decisions and) ad- conbtituteil testimony
proceedings, meetings, t 111 their citizens
;, i net wouM be rn.ido pro rata: on :11.0:1'1: l ; contrary duty as good :lIIdI '
cisio:> of the First CU'lIptroll'rflul,! }IJ'', if I authority of tbe Territory of Kansas seal of the United States
be hers-
of the board shall be I to
j'jurments regulaly: certificate, or C'vHenei' of debt of s.iiJ :State; to the :laws of th-ir! 0'1IItr), and threatening f
entered in a book kept for that purpose. I he had acted undo tlu' fight th! secti'in '.f 'he !' which: fchuulJ presented at 'hOi 'fJ'I'al1r.I I to the peace, of the Cured: StItes.I or of the United States, or disperse and retire ::1 i[:L. s.) unto affixed, and signed the '.ain. _

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted That art of July se con:1, <.j i hu-ei buns!:ed ai.J: peaceably to their respective: abodes ; with my hand.
I Di-pnitn cit: thirty d iys preceding the! thir- I d j'l f.jtther!: : %h nil personsho maydepart !
claimant of land tliiily six, CtHH'eflli'g' the: orgaiiizaioii o.f t'u. I II and( to warn all such p'rsonlthnt any.attemp. Done at the city of Washington the eighteenth .
4 every to any tract so granted !! leentli day of June, eighteen llUIIJre.111(1: j jfi from the L7nitiil: otati-, ti her ai.iyly I

or any subdivision thereof who can produce Post Oiiice Depdriment. I! .tv six, the limit of L ai.! notice : and H; it is or in nuijiberii, organized i or iiaorgani, for ted insurrection in said Territory, or aggressive day August, in the year of our Lordone
( such chain Approved, Aug. 18, 16.rG. I int-usiou iuto the same, will! be resisted thousand eight hundred and fifty six,and
to commissioner a regular I represented{ Iv the said Secretary of the t>e.iurv any sir h purpose that tlu.) will tberehy .
t of title from the original confirmee or dcneeto ,.that of Kai.l! boii'ls, certificates and evi- cease to b entitled to tbe protection of this not only by the employmei.* of tho local of the Independence of the United States th)

himself or who can show to their satisfaction (No. 4;) Joint Resolution for enlarging the Custom I denres of debt, which hnvc lieen recognized J Ji government. t tI militia, but, also by that of any available! forces eighty first. T
of the United States .
a continuous and connected possession noa!, Post Office and Court Houte at Buffalo, j by the State of Texa, the santo, equal to the I exhort all good citizens to discountenance i ; to the end of assuring FRANKLIN PIERCS.
from violence aud '
in himself and those nnder whom he claims, New Yori. stun 01? three hundred and 1 eiuhty nine thou and prevent any such disreputable and criminal : immunity lull protection By Order:
for a perodof; twenty years or more next Be it resolved by die Sena'e and House of sand six huilri'd: and ninety three dollars; and undertaking as aforesaid, charging all of all to the persons and,law property, and civil rights I \v. L. MARCY, Secretary of State.

preceding the filing of his claim! ,or can show Representatives of the United States of America seven CE'nts'pro not presented; to the Treasury olKtrers, civil and military, hiving lawful power I the peaceful. abiding inhabitants of I! -

I such a claim or title as would in the courts in Congiess assembled, That the Department: prior to the said thirteenthof'joiip in the premUes. to exercise the same for Territory.If in of the Union I CHAT. LXXXVIIL-An Act to incorporate the Colombia

of Indiana, bar an action of ejectment, such Secretary of the Te<*asury be and he isJtere- : Therefore, in oider. to do! full justice the jw| ')se of maintaining the authority and ; faction, any fanaticism part: inflamed the fury of Library cf Capitol lUll, In the City of

claimant shall be confirmed i ia Us title. bv authoiised to extend the buildi.'ig now'in to the boldeis of said dt'llt. the Secretary enforcing ihe laws of the United States.In I the or into disregardof "Washington.

Sec. 6. And i* It farther enacted, That protefcs,of construction at Buffalo' for a custom of ihe Treasury i< hereby authorized' to pay: testi'iiony whereof, I have hereunto set great principles of popular sovereignty Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
which under the Constitution
lid commissioners shall, in one year from house, post oHice court rooms, &c. not In the bottlers of any of the sid bonds, certificate my hand and caused the seal of the United r are fundamental Representatives the United States of America .
the whole
the date of organizing raid commission under exceeding twenty five feet in length, and erect -, or evidences of debt not presented States to be affixed to these piesents. in the structure of the our institutions, in Congress assembled. That James

this act, or sooner, if the cases or their docket proper tutu therein, if in his discretion the befor.e the thirtei-nth day of June last who Done at the city Washington, the eighth is to bring on country dire calamity Adams, as president, and Jacqueline S. P n.

are all disposed of, transmit to the Commissioner public inteie require the. some: Provided, m-iy present and prove the same at the treas- day of DeeerruVr, one tliousmd f i izht of nn arbitramen of arms in that Territory, it dleton, Wm. H. Winter, James A. Brown .
shall be between lawless violence
of the Ge-neral.Land Office transcript hundred and fiflv five and of the In- on the one James A. Tait and James McDermott
a That such extension can he completed at an urv" Department between the thirteenth$ dayof I and

of their decisions in favor of claimants, expense net exceeding thirty three thousand June last and the first day of January n-zt, L[:L. s..i] dependence of the United States, the I' side wi ,Ideil, and conservative I : force of on the the other, their successors duly elected or appointed Id

which shall contain a fair statement of the dollars, including ten per cent for contingencies and execute the proper releases to the United eigotceuth. I by legal authority GeneralGoven.ment. the manner hereinafter directed, be, and they

evidence on which each respective claim i is which sum,'or so much thereof shall Slates and the State of Texas, their pro rata FRANKLIN PIERCE. I call the citizens both of are hereby made, declared, and const/tn/ed a ',

founded; and also a transcript of their decideas be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of share) of the S'ud seven millions sev. n hun- Bv the President : distant on Status abstain, adjoining. corporation or body politic in law and /Q

against claimants, with a like statement any money remaining in the Treasury not dred and fifty thousand dolors, and after payment W. L. MARCY, Secretary of Statr. to in the local from unauthorized fact, to have continuance forever by tbe asm,.

of the evidench and the reason of such otherwise appropriated : And provdi-d _further thereof, the said Secretary of the Trea- intennedding concerns of the style, and title of The Columbia Library of.

rejection. That no money shall be paid under this sury is authorized and required; to dristrihuteami No. 5. Newfoundland to have Benefits of hw Territory is to be admonishing execote-l with them that its organic Capitol Hill, in the City pf W uhington,"and I

Sec 7. And be it further enacted That joint resolution until the Secretary of the pay tim residue of tb_ said seven millions Reciprocity Treaty. that all individual acts of impartial justice ; I by that ninre, style, and title] shall be ber 1.'-

t1 the commissioner of the General Land Office Tieasury shall contract for the completion seven hundred and fi'\) thousand dollars th-n BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE U.MTXD STATES incur codign p-/nishment illegal and interferencewill that I I a ter forever able and capable, in law' and

upon the receipt of such trantctipt of their of said building so extended, eta cost within remaining in the treasury, pro rata amongst AMEEICA : !" to intervene ; any equity, to sue and lie sued, plead. and be im *
em avor force
decisions, shall issue a patent to such claimant i the sum heretofore and. hereby appropriated. nIl the aid holders, u ho may have proved be withstood. by organized will pleaded, answer and be answered ante, jfc

so confirmed in his title by the said commissioner Approved, April 5; 1856. their claims anil executed the proper releases A PROCLAMATION. I firmly invoke all citizens fend. and be defended in any court orcot ,
good to
upon application of the proper person ou or before the first day of January next. Whereas, by the second section of an act promote order or other places, and before my judge or jade

,_shall have power to revise such derision IB 1850.o of the Congress of the United States approved by rendering obedience to the law ; to ges jnstice justices or other Whatsoever .
Approved, Aug. person
ofthe said board and his [No. 1.J] Joint Resolution for enlarging the CustomHouse seek remedy for temporary evils by peaceful '
may, if in opinion "' the fifth day Augustone thousand eight ,'within the District of (Colombia
: the evidence warrants it such decision Post Office and Court House, at Cleveland -* and for onlitlcd "An meliu'i; to discountenance and repulse the1 or
reverse hum'red fifty : :: net to 1 elsewhere, in all and all manner of suiti
and issue a patent therefor to such claimants Ohio. (! 18.) Joint Resolution giving :increased c-irry into efiVct a treaty between the United counsels and the instigations agitators and I complaints pleas! causes, matters, and actions
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of to all Laborers in the of dis-rganizers ; and to testify their attach.
Compensation Employment
: Provided, That this right to revise States and Gn at Britain, signed! on tile fifth dem inds whatever kind or nature
.shall not extend to tbpse claims rejected, Representatives of the United Stales! of A. of the Executive and Legislative Departmentsof d.tv of June, eighteen hundred and fifty four," ment to their county their pride in its great ,may be, in as full and effectual a manner they' _
merica in Congro-s assembled, That the the Government in tbe City \v"uhiagton.. ness. their appreciation of the blessings they aa
where the same lands have been confirmed it i is provided that whenever the ulan! of any other person or persons, bodies politic
of the he and he is here- and thci- d termination or
by the said board to some other claimant :- Secretary Treasury Resolved by the Senate and Ilonse of Representatives Newfoundland shall gve; its consent to the enjoy, tbatrepnblican corporate may or can do. .

And provided further, That the patents so issued by authorized to cause the building providedby of the! United States of Americain application of ih. stipulation and provisions institutions sialinot* fail in" their hands by Sec. 2. And belt farther constructed Cleveland in the to the enacted.
shall only be A relinquishment of the title law to he at Congress assembled) That i instead nf the of the"'lid treaty to th\Ht province, and the co-opeiatmg uphold; majesty of the all and singular the
house office laws and vindicate tbe chattels and other '
State of Chio for custom to of the
a post sanctity con
of the United States, and shall not be considered be increased in compensation now allowed by law, there leone I gisl.tture thereof and the Impeiia1! Pailiament stitution. 'effects of what kind or nature soever&ere.toforogivmngrantedor '
or construed into .an abridgment of : and court to lengthover principal.messenger in each of the offices shall pass the necessary I Iiws for that ; derisvd '
for In whereof I: have tothijaj d
that hereunto
heretofore testimony
the rights of third the plan adopted purpose of the ,Secretaries ,of,State, Traasury, Interior purpose, grain. flour and bread-tuffs of all set
persons feet hand and caused the seal l of'the i library, or to any,person or persons for th
exceed five to
and United
..hoi to ,
twenty my
Sec & And be.it farther enacted, ThtIml.ytheF1S.1mwe War,.ami Navy, Postmaster CenT.il!, kinds; uiiininU of all kinds ; tresh, smoke l, QS .thereof.or.that bare been
States IM to tho-ie : may purchased
said to adapt ? affixed
and plan so as jo presents.
modify enlarge .
nT this act, the at an annual salary of nine hundred dollars, anti salted meats ; cotton, wool ; seeds mid for of the
account beand
Commissioner of the, General Land Office the same to such increased length, if, in the and one principal messenger in each of the vegetables ; ul\frlt", i fruits. ; dri.-d fruits ; fish Done at the city Washington, theelev., sid or goods oa tad-chattel*,,and same otherVi&ett. th
shall : opinion of(he Secretary, the public cq'I\' of the of,ull ? fish and all entlrday of Fehrnary, in the year of, ;are
give directions to the register and reeeirer Bureaus. several Executive :Dep.iit- kimU ; proJurts o other hereby,vested in the "
Lord and eo { to. _f IdT
Provided '
: our oxe
nirnce shall such modification: ,thousand eight hundred:
of the land 'offices ,at Indianapolis j require \nens! at an annual salary of eight handled ,creatures Ihwg in the water ; poultry ; egg; corporation. ,And .th'jad, '
,ni f six corjcration
fifty and of the
modification [E' s. ,
extension ] Independence may
That such
forthwith to transfer to the land offices at Vi. a and forty dollars each, and nil other ,raesson- .bijes, fur?, skins or tails undressed i ; stoie or, take and receive'any.snzn or sums r .
of United
wanes the books documents can be ncromplished at an ''expense not cxreedii1g ,n&bistani i now authorisedio'beeruplrtved warblt-J iis; crndp. or unwrought slae: ; slate; the States the eighteenth. mney
; maps; plats : and ,Gel. er ; nessengers. or any ,.oods, ebattrls! ., f Bother eRda t
arrays nod ail. other 'papers and ''writings i thirty' thousand dollars, a sum :kf.b. : in said :dep-titmeift:, butter, cheese tallow lard"; Ilwnl ; manures ; ER&NKLIN.PIEgcE.. wb kind or nature soever whleb-a .of

deposited In the.land.ofitws. at Indianapolis i .cot exceeding ten,per1' cf! nt on the sswUaw )lrsJ; iecfive nn.,annujtl salary of, sevenhundred ;. (ores of njelals! of all kinds ;',coal l ;L ptch-tar.: By' the President' :, ,- ft.f bereaferb*.ghreji, !

: by tbertg\it and'receiver of the land offices : mentioned sum for 'superintendence and cun> dollars! .and all laborers in the employ turpentine;; ashes; t mber'and! ; lumber ,of all \v. L MARCY, Secretary of State.No. Q t.nl.P.ItC:

at VintennEcj4id which originally were de. liflgtnci;' which, sums, or 10 mach" thereof. -I meni of ,tlia, government, ,in the Executive kind round, Iieued( nnd,sawed, unnuAifac- -.. politio or corporate, CAt aM (_iIi aa i ''

posited tU land offices at.Vincennw, and : as hball.be,necessary,'are hereby' "app pni* Dt'paJ1I 1'nh.J1ud-QJJ.the public grounds, in lured in whole orb In partfire;; wood, jilsnts 7. Respecting Boundary with Mei., gift, grant, or iiostaFrovid ,",,That ,

were transferred frow aid'offires to the l land :. ted out .of' any money in thtrensury.noI ''the city. Washington, sha'l' receive nt) an.I I shsub, and tiCHspells; ;wool ;.Auil, ; rice ;, CO. goods, e1.ftUeJa"._.. .,_# Iii

ojSccs fit ladi.n&pof1ltander: 'ibe provisions "Otherwise appropriated-:\And,:pJovidfU furithr '.nUJ\Lsall1'! of' .tax 'bimdred dollars each from 'broom corn unit bark ; gyp-um, ground or BT THE rXESIDENT! OF TOT ITXlTXD STATES an d".J;_.'".''kt.M., ..: "L-. ,
ibis '
of the act ( ( X&at'no,money abalibe paid.under nfterthe; first t of hun nngrond hewn or .uroaght or wrought.
or ADofishing'land office* nderettUin and day ,July* nghleen money, goods, cJ>AUek,; -t'
eircomstanees,.and for, "other parpo.tbt t 'joi t' re'oTuaon until' the &eretary'' tbtreflury frt d And 6f'y( .
'h pproVed J. etselftbIt shall eontrAetj'o! ihe. omjletins"of to tho.nppripriatio.us not otherwise provided and) tovv' uniuaniifactured., ;. 'unmaiiafactured, :A. breaft"r tona a34, Ui1lte ,!

foy; and. the ; td" ,tiB .' .sid 90 extended building at acostwhhIu, the nsrna' required to pay tho same;is hero-, tohisccnand' ; rng -shnlt b" ipdmi'tt-d' free of Whereas'pursuant.to:the first ieIe.ortbe ',1.ole'eXeMd'th ,,alft or'_." ..i jI ,. -

Viae'' h' t l, ref.atibhahtd nd.e. And. ;?W"hn&/ore/( &_& hereby;appropriated< by-appropriated an> mopyjl.1J2.t! treat 'duly l froVthnt province' into tbe United Stales' ;treaty .between the. United, States' and tMexican sea dd'I1a I'L" '. ..' : ._ -' '.,." '" .' .",.rii.-,'.,- .'.. _

reo. 2h e4. r I, Qd".irCctaall.f, fot 'thtrffor., : ,- saryflOt otherwise-.apprbpristed. from and after the,diie? of A proclamation.bl' Republic, of 'the thirtieth-dsy of ".:'4'vr. :.' :' .

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| Two flourishing Iol. .ra: WJa: the plrav" A eonvrntioifof delegates' troth ntilroad.corporat ,.5 The Grind JIIPOPS f-r the C Jnty of JcfTcrsoa. he- .Uzuibnle'Cotircntioil. Rt.,vtd..That-th. proceeding) ftll t, (onTen I

ant little ton of .Mlcanopy, Florida.. On, ions atuf others eogagedln developing the resources tre clojlnj their lab;irs f T ths present term, would In pt1MJnet of aW ontioa! of the Most WonLipful .tion be communicated to the Grand Lode! i-.v
-- -- -- -.- -' with ninety pupil under the al. icoU directionof and promoting the prosperity of the South and Southwest luke the filliwing General eJcntinent: That Grand .Lodve oC'y:and A. L. of the Stats of President and Secretary officially.u r '

TALLAHASSEE. : r.Irginlaand TennrseetasKtnbled Fl<)ri3a, at 'iulaat annual communication begun and' D. A. Branch trrecl the klowlng!
the ilttlKxlist Conference of this 8tt and the "especially :jar laws be so amended as 1.. make the Overseersif the 12th rfuJtion
held at the city Tallahntw, on Monday which was adoptf'd :
9.1TCBBAT, JUKE: SO, 1S&T. other,'with shout: seventy pnpils under the no less at Bristol, Tennessee on the 3d intt The i Public Roads indictable for any dereliction C. day otJanury&D.: 1837. a convention of the Rttolrtd That it 11 the sense of this Convent*

-- -' favorable guardianship of the Pa\'yternl! Church particular ol jects of the Convention were the consideration July or failure to pcrf..r\i their duties-that our' ?'Maafe.rs and Wardens of the lubonllnate Lodges, as that th4 delegate from Middle ,sM "mPIori'C

;: We would ell the attention of Carpenters of that le( of the propriety of appointing a special AW*bo s<> amended that the Judge of our Circuit also the Grand ofScerjiftd,Pa t Grand officers of hare, apparently, acted in bad faith bytlr, '
advertisement"Notice commUsicn to visit England for the of tbe Grand Lode of' Florida. assembled at the Masonic attendance at thla Convention in dlsobedieneeirf DOn
to tbe t 'Dorng our recent peregrinations through East purpose QSrrmnnnKting Court shall have power to Juro out of office the 1
Cntel" Monday the order of the Grand
Hell, in tliMown-of Alligator, on positive Lodge, and
The- frda, happened at ilicanopy on the first day correct information in that country! as : KheriiT for any improper conduct in his office as 25th day of May. 1357. Ing neglect of the great interest of MasonryT3that thelrleem_

.rp. ofMoylast, and was unexpectedly I honored with to the financial condition and resources of Virginia, Sheriff, and that the Judges have power to nppoint The Convention WAtt called to order by Bro. Jas, we also feel sensibly .the abse fDe'lya

'friend writing us from Columbia county says- special invitation to attend the May day festival and to place prominently before commercial. men ; I temporary Sheriff in cases of vacancy occurring M. Baker, Worshipful Master of Colombia Ix>dze. the officers of the Grand Lodge from the Cone"-!

Cropi are doing welt SotwitbsDcgtbe backwardness which came off during the evening of that day. alruadthe advantages of a direct trade betweta in till way. That our County Comtniasinncri be No. 27, Rod on motion Bro. Wm. Morill. Naval tion. believing that it was their tpeeial duty 1.0 .L
chairman! Bro. M.
of the Spring rther bete"bn usual; Notwithstanding the fact that the times are altered !- 1 the old Dominion and the old world ;;"likewise; to instructed to take the steps ncseea-iry to secure a Lodge Ilearn,No.of Solution 24, wjis called Lodge to the No. 20, appointed sec- ttn.1.Th.. following resolution wsstdrmted'

yet I *m afraid there will be a rcsrcity of provisions from what they were in our youthful induce the proprietor* of the steamship Great r..nttm. *good l and safe crowing at the Satuly Ford on the retarp. Retolred That the thanks of this Connntlon!

bere next year, &i nearly aUt far as my and that trade's unfeeling train has usnrped the now in i'regress of conitruciln"to! send that' Aucilla, and that this part of our general present. The object of the Convention having !been stated tendered to ColamU Lodge So. 29, loT'th. i,
extends st of vessel to Norfolk, with a view to the establishmentof by the Chair, the Throne of Grace was Invoked by iU haIr by the Convention. BM rf
knowledge are aiming large crops land, and put to fight many,of the picturesque old ment be laid b.foro our County Commie luners by ,
Branch of Manatee Lodge No. 81, and the of Bro F.
Bro. F. On motion C.
cotton and email crops of corn, wluch is an exceedingly customs that regale the mind and ma.e glad tin I a liiu- of steamers between that port end Europe. the Clerk of our Court. Convention was declared to be temporarily organ Resolved That the thanks Barrett of the it 'at

bad &rrungcrnentvhen. we contemplate the heat: the juvenile spirit and sprightlinets that Several speeches wire mnde'explanstory of the objects S On cxnminnti'in of the books of the County Commissioners tendered to the President and Vice Con'Tftltlon be

great Influx of population this falL A large number marked this occasion of merry-making, producedwith of the meeting, a aeries retentions cnilody- w* fin 1 that they have gone to unnecessary ized.The following named Grand officers, and Past the able and courteous manner in which President they for

of onr people are now dependent upon shipped us the most egreable emotions of suprite. ing the views of the Convention were adopted ; expense in the following pnrticubra: That Grand officer, and officers of subordinate Lodges, presided over the deliberations of the Convention"and

com"for support for themselves and J l.orses." The of the Queen of May"1 not in and Mr. B-lUrd Preiton, of Virginia, was elcetedComaiisjioner they have,ullv.cd to T. J. Clince the sum of Fifty reported tl.emselves U. hu in attendance D. G. M upon M. Whit the convention Smith- also, to the Secretary, and Awistant SetreUrv''
Trtigty viz. : E. ; for the faithful manner in which they bar !
In the name of humanity and common sense, this inltaLee hereditary, but elective, and conferred to proceed to Europe. Dollars jot e.\amin'u.g the looks of the Tax Assessor (G. Lecturer ; F. B. Barrett. P. S. G. W. ; J. T. charged their duty. du

when will the planters of forid cease to be "pen by voluntary} suffrage pon :Miss Lightner, a accomplished CD and Collcttor, when it was the plain duty of Mid Bernard. P. S. G. D. ; D. A. Branch. P. A. G. D.-' Having concluded the business for which

t DV-wise; and pound foolish T' When .i they become of the Methodut Seminary who The Atlantic Telegraph. Cominis inerJ to examine the same ; and also the From Subordinate lo.lges: : Marion Lodge No. 19, had assembled the Convention then adjourned they.
pupi The Xew York Journal of Commerce publishesthe Jno. Helven!ton, S. W. ; Solomon Lodge No. 20, F. die.
Itife of the lamentable fully of planting delivered an interesting address to her and allowing of T. J. Chnac the sum of two dollars and
following extract of a letter received by a C. r. Urge fields of cotton and little patches of corn ? loral subjects. She was attended by four beautiful man of that city by the last steamer gen- fity cents fur drawing a bond, which w.i not signed No. 23. Wm. W minors, J. W. : Naval Lodge No. 24, Attest : S. L NIBua. Secretary.

I. Not, we fear, until thoy shall hive experienced the attache (whose names we do not remember: ) representing Liverpool by J. D. llorrU for whom: it was drawn, and we Wm. Morill. W. M. ; Ilillsborough Lodge No. 25, .

pangs of starvation that are now distressingly'frit the four seasons of the year, each of whom, from Professor Mor-e: rccommaid that the County Commissioner refund D. A. Branch. W. M. J. T. Givens, J. W. ; Alachua WuhluEton'. Farewell.The .
"I nm hospital housed with our good friend Lodge No. 2(5( J. T. Bernard. S. W. ; Columbia
In ether portions of the country. It would cot be discoursed poetically and in hairnony with their to the Cbunty the sums above fpecified. That we following extract is from a letter written
Dr. Whitchouw, No. 8 AshlurnhemTerru .Green- LooVe No. 27, .J. M. Baker, W. 3!.. S. L. Niblack, S. by
much matter if such a calamity should fall urn the representative offices. \v k-h. I am domiciled with him for the convenience recommend to our County Cnnniij-sWicrs that theybe Niblack., S. W.. L. II. Mattair, J. W. ; Micanopy a lady upwards of eighty years old. re iding i U

.jUioughllesss planter, i his wife and Aler the coronation ceremonies were completed, of consultation together and experimenting at the more cautious in letting out pullic buildings.That .- Lo
t 'escape the a'wfaliitation.. "We hare one of the the delighted audience, both old and young,retiredto calle work ve find our Commissioners have gone to un. Lodge No. 30, P. C.,ne, J. W. ; Manatee Lodge No. When General Washington delivered his Far
"All my investigations into the practicability of :31, F. Branch. W. M. ; Orange Lod e No. 86. J. G. well Address, in the room at the boutheast}
surest corn producing countries in the world ; and the collation room to partake of the \rittie norkiig the U'lcgruph with commercial speed be- neccessary expense in having kitchen built to tl.e Spcnr. W. M ; G.in ville Lode No. 41, T. J. Myers. of Chestnut and Sixth streets I sat corner

the Florida farmer who willfully emits to avail that mtikc up the excellent supper that i provided tween America and Eurtpe, and study, with Dr. I Jail, which cost the County over Two Hundred W. M.. J. T. C. Mnssey. J. W.Bro. front of him. It was in the room the immediately Congress IA
himself of the Providence of God deserves be Whitchoiise. of the pliei.omen.i of the current in M. Whit Smith, of Columbia Lodge No. 27, The table oc-
to for such occasions. After which was the m rry: I Dollais} when it could hn\e been luilt for about cupied. of the Speaker was between the

taught in the most trying; school of adversity, for dance by a portion of the which woui.d up submarine conductors gives me only a stronger ns- I Ore Hundred and Twenty.five Dollars, and that offered the following resolution : two windows on Sixth street. The daughter of Dr.
pupil Mirance than ever of its ultimate success and a success llciolved. That committee of five ba appointed C-, of Alexanhia the physician and
'fool will learn in none other." We know this is the May-day sports nnd sent the Queen of laj"to hereafter our County: Commissioners: be required to officer to the of Intimate
most the
realizing your tangtiine anticipations. by presiding report| names per- friend of Washington, Mrs. H-, whose htulsnd
strong language, but it i extorted from us by the II rett, wearied out indeed, but happier than some I let out all contracts f.T public buildings by notice ninnrnt officer* of this Convention, and. alto, to was the auditor, was a very dear friend of mine_

thorough disgust we hoe for that miserable policy, Queens' crowns line been of gold and jewels] The Grand Kcsult In Virginia.We to the lowest liJd<'r.i draft snitabl rules for the government of the same. Her brother. Washington, was one of the Setrcts-

which stints the belly to fill the pocket and whose oiuinioni have extended to the uttermost copy the following from the Richmond Examiner I i That we find our County expenses becoming Bros. Smith Barrett. Simmons D. C. Branch, "and ries of General Washington. Young DandriJge, a
Spear wore appointed liS uiu-li committee. nephew of Mrs. Washington the
O ends of the earth. : unnecessarily large, and they are becoming burdensome I I other. I \Via
motion of Brr Bro. A. G.
On Barrett M.icksy, included in Mr*. II-'s to witness
Col. St. George Rogers."Till Good schools are t
gentleman has been authorized by the Executive section of he State. We were particularly pleased I few counties and one seratciinl di'trkt in the M.ito. to use all means within their: power to lessen our Lodge. of>o-th Carolina beins! pre,ent, wan invited ing with ) II-, who who had determined
We, tlicrcfi-re defer tiil tal.le of the I t tgo to
of this State, to complete] the organization our I. to participate in the deliberations of this conven early so as to secure the front bench.
'hI the practice of one institution, emitting the I I members elected to tIle two .(>ues.. ilenmvl.ile, expense That hereafter our County Tax Asseor It was

of his regiment, as a part of the Johnson Brigade, assignment ofles!ons for study out ff school. This i I we may Siitiafy the reader with the as-ur nce tiiat j I and Collector be required to pay all Railroad tax tion.On motion, the Convention adjourned to four she fortunate would for not N trust-herself C (afterwards to be so Mrs. L)that

under the late requisition of th War Department was done at the instance of an intelligent].hsician, the Gel lOt'Tats'haye about li<' memlll'3! of the I'otuc: I to the Railroad Treasurer. That we rec"mr.:end o'clock, P. M. ored grandfather. My dear father stood near her hon
additional of mounted volunteers nnd the opposition about S.Iho dcmocrnt! not very near
for an regiment who after giving his attention to the sul ject, had and I our County Conimissior.crs not to issue any more her; she was terribly a?". "'l. There was a sip.

to be employed in the Indian un.ice.Ct become convinced of the alarming consequences resulting quite tenl 4)>1 eenators, the cpj-oalt.on Eoiuctaii.goxer : Bonds except for the doing of work in our Mu otc HALL, 4 o'clock, P. M. -row passage from the door of entrance to the room'

Rogers has, ere this become actively engaged Convention met prrsnant adjournment. Pres- : which was oil the cast,dividing the rows of\wonch .
: from such studies. The system of An undivided democratic delegation: to Con County.In Gen.
in the filling and equipment of his command ert : Bro. Wm. M rl rill, Chairman with a due roprcjintation I Washington stopped at the end to la Mr.Ad- .,
up the ;young Lrain, keeping up an unremitting pressure gres.The closing our labouri wc corgratulatc ovr fellow membejs Anti \i itor*. The committee ami pal to the chair. The latter always were a

for. immediate.duty.- during and out of school hours, as is too often I rnl-the election gifted John of c HanJoIph ilcmocr't Tucker as:lfton"'rl'-\.vitlor.topposition. I citizen3oa tl.e gvuci.il good order! find freedom from !: apointed t., draft rules of order, and to nominate full suit of bright drab, with btlh.'or rather.IOOM

The Florida, Atlantic and Central Railroad.By the case, is pernicious in the extreme-nay. it is t j| crime which !has prevailed! in our County since the j jI p"rmsnent officers of this Convention reported cuffs.changed lIe Ills also feshion.wore He wrist ruffles. lIe had not

wicked and suicidal. We have several times wit- I "The election of a commi,":'oni1? of t'-e! 1 rar'l! o.* I[ List Co.-rr. I rules of or lr for the Kovcrr.mHitof Con\ntk, hel1.Yith his was a shnjt man with s
the Jacksonville Xeiet of the 13th inst, good family, he attended
1 I rr.tl rerorted for tlip permanent organization of the our
used its effect" Cases of Iroken constitutions: public works (Dr. Kidwell:) witl.cit opposition." \7e; tender to his Honor, Jaclge J. Wales Br.ker, cKurch- twice a day.
learn that A. Baldwin, Jame* 3 Baker, J. P. II Convention the fallowing named (fficers: Bro.
.S f feebleness. insanity and death, we doubt not could our t.ar.':$ fur the! promptnocs T.:It:; v'uLli! le las II I Idischarged JfimesM. Baker Pr,"iilent; Bro. F. Branch. Vice "GeneralWashington's dress was a-fnfl' snit'cf
Sanderson Parau I. D.hart T. E. Buckman
Moody Ccmpllmriit. black. His
be cited, resulting the exertion I his ci.ity, end to the t'elicit.-r for his I, I Veti'li: nf; Bn. A. I* Xi 1.111 t'k.Secretary, and Bro. M. military hat had the IfccS %oekad
A. M. Reed, James G. Dell, and J. S. Sammii, were entrelfrom over A new Engine has 1 ecu placeuprn! the Ferr.nn- H .isant which There stood the Father of his l'nntrj.thowl.
'rtri', A- : ccret'rv report wasreeuv
&nutheunir [
of the brain I. 113 duties : "r icour- j
recently elected Directors of this Road !i'r the ensuing at a period when too much care cannot dina and Cedar Key Road, and mined the Gov. '-l ail l unaniniourly mloptrd.Bro. edged by nations the first la war first in peace.

year; and that CoL John P. Sanderson, was be given to the development and establishment. of Broome," as compliment]: to tie! lerthts ret.iure.l; j jby I te lr wltli wl la 1 he his: tr--.eJ us. I 0I f linker: I.ef re t:kin the .Cl\iir. delivered fir.t in the hearts of Lb euuntrjmen.' JSo nunlulswith

that perfect health of the body on which the comfort a. S7. ;. 1:':' :1.Gr.. rn rpyropriat" n.hlri"dllrOn the importance of the gold colored scarf; no cheering. To,Hio t
beted President of the Company, aid G. C. Gills the Executive of our State in bol.alf; of the Stale I profound stillness greeted him
and usefulness of life much depend.We J. IV.ir.or: T. f. J-.n3, .: .n. David! Allen, Inti for WhICLthe! Convention had cinlled, desired as if that great IIIsetuIly
Secretary. 1 system pullic works. j f ir.sr the 1 rethren the necessity of to hear him ireathe and catch his
nrn tly ur
; upon
p Ja T. B .kCh:1!. Townsend, J. E. Kunir.ey, at11-tbe
.- -z--S'Ita f : harmony tr.d concert of action during their ddileratiors. homage of thtl heort. Mr. Adams covercd .
Extension of the Pensacola Itoad. observed in the last issue of the Sentinel ncoir.martication A New ?r&l! no ute. J. M. Marvin, Th.,. Watics, Wm. Mikcll.M. I his face with loth hu baud The sleeve tf

It gratifies us to able announce tl-at the recommending ilr.: A. L. O'Drvrn. I A proposition: s ben maje to te!: Toit ce I L B. Umpires. M. Kilpatiick, John K. Van, By cuthority of the rules of regulation for the his coat and and his bands were covered wilt team.

people of West Florida b are t at last waking up to and John A. Grant, A. )f.. at present in charge of 1 S Department, nnd it i* now uwlcr: ccr.sidention! for : D. GOlldmanV.. II. Letchworth.Ecniocrntlc Convention the Pr -ident Appointed the following Every I cannot now describe then Washington's there was a suppressed sob_
I .. nnmed assistant officers: Bro. F. C. Barrett,S. W. ; appearance u 1 felt
the importance meeting Middle Florida in her the Female Academy of this place as gentlemen i' the transportation of: the m"51i frrrn .'C't'." 'crk ardj I' 'rO.T..L:1 C..II, 18':7 I). .\. Branch, J. W. : J. T. Bernard, S. D. ; J. T. it-perfectly composed aid self rcwe s 4 tiH the

ort to unite the fxtrem'ee of thi State by Rail "thoroughly qualified" to fill positions as Teacher, !j New Orleans by way of Fcrnandiim nr.d Ceiir: --J -t- (;ien, J. D. : T. M. Stickler Tyler. The Convention close of his addre ,. Then when stroag men's sots

road. A Western Company of undoubted name is In the City Seminary. Keys Florida, the route havingl l'tn: established byCongrett. T;Triumph tIlnneaot"AIn was 1'ien eclar'd duly organize the broke loose, wlen teirs covered their fa e e,,thea

making arrangement, with excellent prospects for Mr. Clayton having vacated by resignation his By it the mails would be earned; with the nc'ent tlection of Delegates to the COCRailpad Bro., which M. Whit was Smith unanimously offered the following: resolution from great his face.man was Lf.rge shaken.drops I came never from took Lis"eye iny eyes.-

racccss, to build that portion of the Pensacola and place in the institution, it will shortly devolve up- more regularity and in 1 less time than now from cil in ti.ia Teritolj-. the Democrats elected 46 and Resolved That nil Mister Masons in good stand- he looked to th.. grateful children who were parting

Georgia Rod eatendng from Pensacola east to the on the Trustees to make appointments generallyfor Washington to New Orleans. the Republicans 11. The strength of the Republican rig who may be present during the session of this with their (father their friend as if bis- heart
the subordinate Convention Le invited to attend its meetings and wa with them and would b4t to the end'-Aaf.
Apalachicola river. By a provision in the charter, positions.The party is rapidly failing in the West aid NorthWest
writer of the market Laws.Ma. witness its proceedings.The Intelligencer,
the Directors to turn over that partof communication intimates that
authort Mr. O'Brien will be re-elected the EDITOR.-Glancing over the crl iMr.ee regulating following preamble and resolution was offered -
to The
their road to this Company, and we have every position he now by Bro. Smith and adopted : tT Common Council Washington ety

reason cow to believe that the entire distance from fills with credit to himself and satisfactorily to the the City Market a day or two since, the 3d Sliijalar cCects of Electricity. WHXREAS.: the primary object of this Convention is have red resolutions of thanks to the President

East to West win be under contract and in patrons of the Institution. We are advised of a and 4th sections struck me as being worthy of publication Many of the ph.*nomaua attending the presence to ascertain and acquire the true work in the of the United States Secretaries cf War and Navy.

r-roccw of construction. general desire in this community, that Mr. Grant in our city papers. I beg to cell your attention ()this settle fluid. are most singular And iucomprehensilly three symbolIc degree and to the military force engaged, for their timey
That committee of three be
r who is a graduate of one of the first Institutions of to them as follows: as shown by the following singular iu-i-, to prepare some suitable plan for the direction interposition in suppressing tbe late riot in that

The Hon..AVm. IT. Forward.The Europe, should le employed to discharge the duties SEC. 3. He further ordained That it shall rot I dent, which recently occnred at the locomotive i of the Convention in its deliberation city. *

Jacksonville Repvlliaan announces the expected of one of the Departments, nit more on account be l lawful for any person or persons, within tie work at Detroit, Michigan : The followirg gentlemen were appointed said s157"

resignation of this excellent man and popular of the high personal regard entertained for him. market hours, ns pre"rib( Iy this ordinance, to A lofonnitive was being moved hem the manu committee: Bros. Morill. Branch and Ives. la Northern section some of the farmersare
sell or contract to sell or purchase, or contract to Bro. Morill oiie-rwl! the following resolution which
judge, to rcfirne the rrcti f the law in connection than his acknowledged] superior qualifications us purchase, any mirketalle articles within the limits Stc'crv tj tie! central depot r.r.d Ird arrived in the WIIS nU"pH'd : planting their Corn for the third time, the previous
with CoL SnderKn JAeblntll. The unexpected an adept in the "tura\&Cit'ncel'} with.the consideration of this citj .*itJ .r of fresh ",pt.. /-.... '.."N orj 'uuJJlit the.L.lars-*with. which.Ju-Dul1.1! they wtic 1IJ.r 1111' fir.r.tlsdropped tl.c' Kt*<)lieil, That all votinz, in this Convention, plantings hauajrottedout. This makes:e.J ,

retirement Judge Forward we ere well snnpr.oic other-j, %<<, Witter thun,the tish.market meal, or vegetal i-nd les, at I m-icliine.: and all fell lack in nmazement.moving l.; suniin slir.H l-o l.y tie; s-liow of iiamU.'Hie corn exceedingly scarce asd high ; selling in son

_.-. o. wll nn* _-* -tiu : ptance on the part and chemical instruments which wouldbe I Any place pluce ; every thun at the order] of the rpn-i i.i clcrje. tl.cyni'p'ifCi i Comiiiittee arfn'Inted to r'portl'Ome suitable instances as high as f 2 per bushel.
: the i of thi3 eVciinoDce
/fil.e cliizecs of the Eastern Circuit but the used j I.'ron offending np-iiij t pri'it-5oriA phil for the! dlrctle!; of the Convention in its deliler .
on for the benefit of the Seminary. tije.il attain! to the wheels, and iijrwiu fellI
eitlier seller h .11 I '
as or l-nyr, ; on con' : -
..'i nlJiJ.' the fullowin*
:1 ,
(rtrr will be universally deployed. If it be true that the general voice of the community tion, le tin1.1.! to piy a til* of rot lev than f.vo I 1 SC k paralyzed the 5iu't.nt they touched the iron. Y.:ir">C-Kifmittee ii' appointed: to; report: work for Brmio CITT Eunroy.-We learn by telegraphthat

Few men, occupying Bimilarpositions, have given call] for the fippointment of Mr."Grnnt, d..l1nrl, nor more than ten dcllsr, for each and every 11 e'Hreotilr: of the! job c.uzt up one of the ban, .I the consIiIeTttlon; of this Convrntion prepare: beg leave to the Democratic' eonc1i Atc for Mayor* of Buff.I
the full I offence, nt the diMTftion of the Infcndant. i arJ! inkling a snx.ii' thr.i.-t.! pl.intd itundvrnvliecl. 10, and the entire Democratic ticket for
measure of satisfaction that has rewarded whiciiwe, have no reason to (ic1uLt. should le make tie! f.'llovini; report : city officers
we t" lift. Ni
preparatory ) giving a huge O'l'I
the efforts and honored the character of this 'i.Tf.1.: Be further oidalned, That: it rhall not I lit. 'I'lie corsiiderj.tion Hf the opening ceremonies was elected yesterday by about 1,000
gentleman gratified at his expected prorr.01 ion. I 15 l.iwful for rertnll tl-r i ('r lud it teiuche-d however, limn he 1c1:1\\: it fall from majority.
e : -r-on or erions to I
any p j' of the Lo from the tint to the third in-
;in the constant and laborious performance of market ly purt hn-i'ng. or PcrreeinKtojiuicliiiT, ,> hir jrr.i-p to the proaijd] as it Iind flonc in everjufc g*, degree "' 4.
ry clui'u.. t:3? By an nlraost! unanimous vote the
Failure otthe le-Sire. 'u-li iiujjular occiiiTonce exe-ited attention Baptist
Judicial He Las 'Ialn Trunk. articles of the the ,narketJase
functc&! preserved the ermine of m-.rketir.j: on naif to ; 2d. The eTcmplification of the E. A. degree, as in
r.ml! an examinutiim was made as to theelltlt' Association of Virginia resolved to withdraw their
Lii ofnce from even the breath of contamination, From the action of the Stockholder's meeting or when at thejnaiket place, to attempt to en ale a open I.l ..
\;.(\ it WII* found that! the locomotive, in
the wloleof article countenance horn
which oftH'1 entitle him, to the realization of every Brunsvick, held some time Lack, the public had monopoly] or nriiclcor l.y purchasing mnkptilgrllr: :wp the p::rf any>o-e of&.- I' p.is-in uiulcr! the tel iijr.ipli 1 : line htjLcome in contact 3d. The exemplification of the F. C. degree in Society. support American Tract

consideration that lrompt him to descend been led to regard the construction of the "JIuin {gain ptllinL the ramo lit a hisrher rate ; nor slnll with a broken wire thAt hiuiig nfiiciently lowI open 4th.Lodge.The exemplification of the M. M. degree as .
from the woolsack to the bar. Trunk" as secured but have received marbthoi.r I to reach it. Tiie whole! ms!s of iron composing the
; we reliable any per-on or p'r on! punhrs.during in t5F" The
open Lodge. Washington Litpatch that two-
: IiHon live had thus become chared witu e-lectric- says
His high attainments and information to the effect that the Directors ; ', any Mich artiel, for the purpo'e cfogiinsoiling The above
professional obliging of the report was adopted. Plug
Uglies died in that last frous
1 bars that
the panic for titl. i in out of i iiwhich had commuiiic.ited itself to the city on Thursday ,
disposition cannot fail to command a liberal share Brunswick Company trill not the speculation, :( r or the; Convention adjourned to meet at 9 J o'clock, P. M.
consent to terms market )hour; and any person ofT'T.dirg in eiilier men held! in their hand, and caused the effect woundj received in the late riot. _
ofbu'ines. proposed and further that they will offer no termsto ff the Rove; partieul.nr either ns 1.uy'f'f or feller, 1. cbovo e'e'cribed.' Tlie \"ir"Ili then removed, and >

--- -- Savannah which the litter will accept. But shall, on conviction. 1-e liable to pay a line not e-x the difficulty obviated in .1 moment. MASOMC HALL, 9J o'clock, P. M 1 I E5T It is stated that IS6 railroads in GmtBrit-

The Pcnaacola and Georgia R. It. one gentleman of the Board: "favors a settlement of ceodin twenty dollir, f.r each and every offence, --- -- --- Convention met pursuant to adjournment and ain have coat. In the aggregate, upwards of 293.-
It will be of the At the discretion! of thc Intendant lcM.lej bcinj liable From 'WnshIu1on.WA51LYGTO i was called to order by the President, The opening .
_ a source lively gratification the difficulty as proposed by the referred 000,000.
t meeting I
to have. the article nrtk-lo and closing ceremonies of the several
or so purchased or \ June 12. Gen. William Walker ar.d degrees being
of Florida to know that bona .
people a jilt com- to all the others are utterly hostile to bona the first
any contracted to 1 e purchased! forfeited to the use of ; business in order.
menccment. of cross tying and laying of iron on this jUe compromise which l lets in Savannah on anything the city. At the discretion of the Intcndrtnt ; and suite have arrived. There was no demonstration. i On motion of Bru. F. C. Barrett, Bro. A. G. Mac- In 1656 a man was prosecuted in London for selling -

end of the Pensacola and Georgia Ilailroad. has like fair term This course on the of when forfutod to lew>ld by the Marshal, end the I Clarke, Republican, hat been elected! 1 ly the LI'g- I key, G. L. of the G. L of South Carolina, was re coffee,just then introduced as a "nuisance sad I

transpired.! We were present and witnessed the tbe Brunswick Directors effectually defeats part the pn>cceds paid to the Treasurer" i lftture of New Hampshire. U. S. Senator to fill thevacancy I quested to exemplify said work. After the exem- a prejudice to the neighborhood."

created death death of the lion. pliticntiou of the work, and a uniform system of .
interesting manipulation on last The A examination of these sections will call ly -
Wednesday Main1'runk" scheme. Manifestly it is not the in- cursory
I opening aud clooinvf: the Lodge in the three tirst degrees Minnesota Election
cargo of iron which arrived a few days since a St. ttrcit cf Brunswick to have that Truhk" built.- call to the mind of every house-keeper the almost Bell. of Masonry,it was agreed upon, as exemplifiedand

Mick, i being transported with all possible dup Her true interests as a city Iny in the direction of daily violations of which they are sul! ect. The ar Col. Crtlbe, when massacred in Sonora, walled adopted by the Convention. The Milwnukie News says :

eh to tiie junction with the Tullahat and St. Macon and Albany-a fact which doubtless her tides mentioned therein are necessary for the comfuit out alone, and his hands! were tied to a post above Convention adjourned to meet at 9 o'clock, A. M. By St. Paul papers of June 2, we are annred
I on to-morrow. that Minnesota, at the election on the 1st inst,fur
'. Road, where it is immediately handled to 'I I owners see. .I of our families; and yet, how often is it the hill head. His body was pierced with a hundred delegates to the constitutional convention, was ear-

-I subserve the purpose for which it was procured.Mr. .- 1 I case that lou e-k<'epers are forestalled sad prevented bullet MASONIc HALL 9 o'clock A. M. ried overwhelmingly by the Democracy. In some

Cabell will leave in a few dayi, ccrtaiily for GOT. Walker'. Inaugural.The from supplying] their wants, unless they are willing It was apprehended that the Californian!, to of the counties not a "republican member was elec

.the. North and probably for Europe, to consummate Inaugural of the Governor of Kansas has to pay an advanced price to the negro huckslerers avenge his death would adopt ecme general plan of May 26, 1857, ted. St. Paul gave immense democratic majorities
Convention met pursuant to adjournment, and Minnesota,all hail I cheers for the democratic star
-arrangements for an additional quantity of iron, been received but owing to its unusual length, we who mnke it a business to monopolize the revenge against the Mexican settlers of that State was called to order by the President of the Northwest!"

which will coon be required in the finishing progress are unable to present it to our readers. It i ii conciliatory market 11) purchasing up the whole" of many of l e. Bro. Spear offered the following resolution,which -* 0Con.

o(the work. in tone. It recognizes the territorial enact the articles enumerated, "for the purpose of again COXCOBD, June 10.-The Democratic State Con- wa adopted : Walker at Lonlyllle.Locavoiz .

.The recent improvements in and about the Tal'aliassee ments, says that all constitutional mutt le executed selling the same at a higher rote. As one who: : vention has nominated ASA P. Cate for Governor on llcioli, That all delegates be required to vote, Tuesday 9, 1837.Gen. .
the fir.t ballot when motion is put by the President or con.
Depot a quite manifest. I docs our heart and urges all parties to participate: In I the : has suffered, I hope our vigilart Mayorull see to Frederick Vosc. of Walpole, was The exemplification of initiating a candidate pro in Walker received the citizens of Louisville

good t see th een of many of our citizens to election. lIe believes thai the Convention will I. it that the ordinance in hereafter enfnrccd. Every nominated for a railroad ccn-misfioner.: Resolutions the E. A. degree being: the first business in order, this morning at the house of his brother-in-law, Mr.

bless our city with prosperity. The rew Foundry sulni't a Constitution to the people, and in that house-keeper is directly interested in the rnattir, were passed endorsing the last and all pr \. the work was exemplified by Bro. A. G. Mackey, of Richardson.the He His father wa present with the elite
.1 city. attends the theatre this evening
and the:
established by Messrs. Cardy, Bays, t Co., the new ca Ws net think that Congress will reject !it ; he I. and I am quite lure that they will applaud a rigid ous Democratic ndrnSnls!ration*; pledging nn earn. Convention adopted by adjourned Convention.until 4 o'clock, P. M. with his staff, and leaves for Cincinnati to-morrow.

.e wok oCM. Bowen for dr *sing lumber and earnestly deprecates slavery agitation, and says that enforcement of the law. The entire ordinance, indeed est support of President Bucharrn ; su'taininjr the s*

of blinds and other eater- will be determined is not the citizen bred> decision and advocating the repeal of I CIXCUOATT, June 10.
manufacturing sash, ic, slavery ultimately by climate important, only: t.> but to I
prises OrTa benefit to our commaniJty, are pros law, and that it was thislaw now operating ft-r and the seller; and 'inasmuch as it is not an easy matterto the Maine 1w. The Convention is full and har- MASOXIC HAL, 4 o'clock, P. M. Tux OHIO SZ.AVZ CASE.-Sraiots Iturxsa or TKI
Convention met pursuant to adjournment, and Snr.nirr-The slave called in the U. S.
pering under the direction of some of our best men, against slavery in Kansas. lie trusts that the Constitution obtain' a right of it, owing to the scarcity of cop- m niou s.IlAUftISaL'aO. osl'd:: to order by the President. District Court this morning.case was Mr. Mason np for the

who gen rly give their time and money to forward of Kansas will contain clauses forever securing ies of the Digest of tbe City L.IWJ compiled by Tlie exemplification of passing a candidate in theF. defence, rend several affidavits to the purport that

the public good. As an additional evidence Missouri aU her constitutional guarantee, Gov. Brown and published in 1811, would re pect. June 10.-The Pennsylvania Demo. C. degree being the first business iu order, Bro.Mackey in the conflict the first fire came from the Marshal's

of this fact ve, cite the faultless construction of a both by Federal and State authority and supremacy fully suggest that the Council dil'ectcopy of the cratic Ftate Convention met here yesterday, when proceeded to exemplify said werk. The posse; treating the prisoners very harshly. Tbe
Win. Strong, of Berks county and Jus. Thompson.of first section of the degree being exemplified. the depositions of several ladies agree with the forego
{ the Tallahassee wUhin her own limits, without the ordinance in
designed be
passenger car and authority question to printed, framed and Coin ention
o Erie selected the nominees for the adjourned to mett at 9 o'clock, A. M,
St Mark's Railroad. This car is-one o the finest of the Supreme Court of the United States. hung up in a conspicuous, secure rhcc in the Market I were ns party on to-morrow. ing.Sheriff Lnyton's family physician deposed to his
vacancies the
bench oCthe Court of
specimens of mechanism! that we have teen in any lie concludes by saying that if the questions cow House for thb inspection! And benefit of all concerned I on Mipreme lyiny seriously ill, probably never to fully recover.

portion of our constructed entirely of disturbing the .territory are decided peacefully, he ECUSE-KEErZii. Ctrnsyhaina: caused Ly the expiration of the! termfJudjc MASOXIC nUt. 9 o'clock, A. M. Another deposition states teat the Marshal and bli
cut le\fip, and resignation of Judge Black-: men were generally armed.
Florida materials. supervision of a nativeniain sees for Kansas au immediate career of sure progress u- May 27, 1837. and tIt
The Court met this afternoon, adjourned
: Mr. Hernandez, who deserves all pralee and prosperity unsurpassed In the history of How Mr. Bcrro PREPARE HIS SricoKs.-The Iow Z-ariG TIIWDER.A! Irasa swivel taken Convention met pursuant to adjournment, andcalled to-morrow,in order to give the U.S. Marshal's couc-

for his superior skill and State pride as beautifully the world ; but if they are not so decided, fraud, Maine Eranjelitt says: "Wlien Mr. Benton was to order by the Prf':ident. sel time to procure affidavits.
I from the I'lug U lie;," at Washington u-arirg the exemplification of the second section of theF.
exhibited this violence and will reign, and will here last winter, we took occasion to make some:
i creditable littio monument injustice history riot lad its charge drawn oft the day fo1lowizi.It C. Icing the first business in order the work June 11. THS ,CASI or mi TJurrK*STATB i5
t his meacl genius.. record the fact that Kan 'if was the grave of the inquiries of him clout; his renter of preparing: his was exemplified Bro. A. G. Mackey ; and, on SiAm Arrnoiimja ie OHIO.-The case of the Stat*
American Union. speeches. lie laid he never wrote them out. Ills was composed of tight pavement stones, a large motion of Bro. Branch. I:otb sections of the degreewas against the IT. S. authorities was resumed this morn
We understand
that C TJoustonn, the President .. first speech be did not write in full, and committed number of rifle bails, luck shot, swan shot, adoptedas exemplified. ing. A number of depositions were read of a rebutting

of tae 8t Uarks road, will place this new car on the f P. Kean, a Virgin!*. correspondent of the it to memory. But he was blind when he came to fcc., weighing altogether between ten and twelvepounds Convention adjourned to meet at 8) o'clock,P.M. character, mainly substantiating t1e testimony that
track by the 4th of July next, when the citizens of -' of Elliot previously given, to the effect
New York Herald,'assaulted one of the editors of deliver it, arid never wrote another.! lIe thougHt no excess was committed the Marshal's JKWS?
Tallahassee will have an. opportaalty of seeing and MASOMO HALL, 3} o'clock, P. M. by
I the South Side Democrat (Petentbnrgh,)) on Monday out his speeches-became sure of the thought- Some of the affidavit went to show that tiw nr>t
comaeodiDg the spirit of boa* Industry that U dlrsctlxagtheznlndsof last with a bludgeon, for publishing personal comment knew what he meant and did cot mean to say- I Gtx WALIZBTlis hero," it is Mid, is aboutto Convention met pursuant to adjournment, and attempt at firing came from the Sherirs Forty-
oar public visit in the called to order by the PresidentBy General Wolcott Jehat''f"the! Ssate
Irtthl.they Washington
I hope obtaining Attorney oft
D about him.' Mr. the editor in wrote difficult part -tangled.p! intsnd then left
Banks, question motion of Bro. Barrett, the vote adopting the in erd r to
have acted like sensible and Sheriff asked for
men We tbe adjournment
.they a a : ,was struck:"uVOJ1,1he head from behizfd,though : all onmemorized to be reproduced at the moment : government some disclaimer of any intention of work In the'E. A. degree was reconsidered.Bro. take other deposltlona. ThU was object el to. and
,proadpfwiftb men, andasy them;'all over the ., interposing any obstacle to renewed Branch moved that the work be
t not seriously Injured. Others prevented the_con- :- any attempt adopted as a compronuae. road to the effect that rcLulttag testimony -
State, on the column Florida/- : which Le make to establish his in Nica exemplified ; and. after free and full discisuon as Senatoi -
pa R' I *. let from going r Ex.ident.FHlmpr and ex..PreticentPierce may power might b,Introduced at a ftrtijre Let fiery 'b ofth*, locomotive befsttb'y S on.f.-f. have,,both accepted invitation to' the .' to the merits of the work, I it was adopted.The 1ugh then e nameuced his rgumiiit n bbLlf
er' attend -. .
< ,
exemplification of raising a candidate in the ftb*ftruooa
of Marshal aad He
the other
t Very section State. Let ataad lUll -0' *
.vifco John Wentworth member Banker Hill celebration in Boston the nIt. !
Long third
'o formerly a on nth degree bring in order, the first section was 'fer. the defence.-
and followed by Mr. Mawa
-. Jah, > age of social and lateflectoal:progrcsa. -. of Congrasa, (but now Mayor of Chicago,) was arrested Lieutenant General Scott another! 'invited:guest, _CJr' A Mormon elder, who was preaching the I exemplified and the work adopted. The wss case will probably again Le adjourned over Ina

", ...Others a DotldJ.'a .ma lot-'be:-,la4ht la that city laUljXby ;the U. 8. liar- will be escorted to Boston by the National Guards, beauties of Mormoninn in SheflMd, England, praising I Convention adjourned to meet at 80'coek. P.M. day or two. No decWoii can bema4etrsume

Ju of at"te'YU 1. iuU? t thai, hargfd'"Ith MflT111 iiir: bags, ,but the of,Hew. York, and oh miring at the former.city I Brigham Young as a saint, ; from his rostrnm by tho inhabitants and ducked Wo" HAIL, 8 o'clock P."M. 5-
activity.! L. ,qa'.U"U.-d Wi', the examination i4iah4lie1zirEi: from custody: wittb*.eorted to' hit quarters by the NationalEzPreeldentTylebas i t
plrft that is .. show.b7o'workL" : decided LaB&rt under the town pump. He then left town. Convention met pursuant to adjournment and Draaournox- .The Sacramento Union says a
uby.J. by Judge Drnmmond. wbo that Mr. Went- also been invited '
; 5- 1. PPIT' called to order by the President.The her of the ]leadln s membera of the late Know Netting -
.I ; worth, In.ihfc official capacity" of;Congressmen received bybothbranchcf of,the "Massachusetts I California
... ..1'1 ::2 '. 4 : : legisktareandihe : The Washington correspondent of the &1. exemplification of the second section of the partr'of ,. recently met by ptcrlous
r ; the mail lags, and that unless a ,special de; Banker Tlill Society particJpate' In the e le.'bratioo. I timor..Sllfl that he ,third degree being the first bush," in order, the gem &tvIthcIosed doors, in Saenmauto4 for
; Government has
J. : tayt procured r-a
work the best eosrseto
I : r inandwuu,4portbem.h.. bad a right to keep was exemplified and adopted a* tie work ap. the purpose advising upon
J :w., &\ V .' ; the wnieai of a t.ab1e'ptl'3.oo as Governor of the oetloo.: W h
eplrt& fa'J ., ;.published, away them. & ... -. proved by this ConTention.Bro. pursued at to their future political r .
; :.'-." ',kfloli4rof : v '. Territory ofUtah, but that hii name -withheld Barrett offered, the following resolution entire unanimity they cams to the conclusion tht,
c, ; "o4 U: I Florida" Is.tII.ILtcM V '-:=-- *-# .,1/1. Snion> m DIAI>,-Several officers of the CM-i: lest he.hoold induced by premature publicity which was unanimously adopted: .' it wonld:l>. nselesi :longer to coBtlnne 'a 'T.t sorganintlon.
.! ipr.and two army. sad the GUlL Srureo Hw lomXBepnblican states, ago poorhouse bake be 'detected in selling to the t. declln the office. Rtidrtd That the thanks 'of this ConTentIon be They then re.lTed tQS1li 7?

; tu. I ihat tbtf abduction of yonsg girjs-fbr. thtf.pnrpoaeis (Chicago Medlefl.College, and tiie,College of Michigan l. -. tendered to Bro. Al G. llaeVy, of South Carolina. adminlrtraflon of Pwddcnt Baihanari, and to 1ouA'
.r : ''LJ t.r b Jnv : the. of the who for hi, kindness in exemplifying, for the benefit( his so long M those prtheIp'
'i pro.ttIon; comlflg alarmingly freqnsnt bodies paupers. die*at thtlr In r Who saw. the Onet? And where did it Y
y. -.-. .. .- J.. 'ldk.W.os.. bt' the members of this Convention,' work: la the bTmaiatotoed, Tha aSemUaje .ak1 !
) 'ae--il' ; ,11.t t' tl\m degree ef 8y \>oHe HllOo" of the leaders the late party.
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At a r meeting' of tr the.Pee Society...of. /rt'ir.London N otlce.I I' 1 I I P.oainiigT f iu-i; # 48 _HOUE3> !1 GESAT HIDUGE3HENTS" 'j I 'VtDrt55fIJ 1' I

tJ* foUowlag$striking feet*, HutraiirgHie rt'eiprocal OXU.nths_ after dale th" uihVrsiirneri Rdi.inietrn. ::: Y the WH. :t. Psrm V.. ha'.e rvcuved ft con.fioutnt'llt ..... -, 0>KKCKU TOOstfaH. i : ..
eniet- of Ergkiid! : land tIlt'. United LI trix ..f the estate t.f Chirks S. 8itJ1t! i''!'en... B of -:,: ":1: ". .,,''.1 1r- purohasers. I
& 3e l. Cf the total lat<> nfr] Butt tt'pon each oTher were !< >*<* prew-nt -e. i Gp nf'_.. 'r .y--- .; hu .
tn tU Ju l .J' i,1i"I.1 i ;.: .:.: ... -- r I'HE UN DCRSIGHKD: is now ree-iting
of Probate .o 1
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exports of Great Britain oce third is made tp Mid .'nttt '. ami ak t be the, b 7iMilton.-...,..;. ...V.#. ....-jo'A.- ; 't-.l. .. i lot inods which will be u.pall WILL"coxrnrca 4Tfl: -
naatalsetores'-aliwie. Lubt s.ftt d..louTg.d. JIAUY D O. MBLET: Adu.t'z. "hieli, we "ill s-li / OS CASH as bw as canbw J "; .. *t ck Spring .

clothing of cotum the cftirt population the Brtith year Islands June -u, 57. 25-6m Lad at tiny house i i.i the City. ti __ -'ti.E: .-." complete. *hich La offets npdn bU usual terms liberal djf DRUG. .4 "MIDIClhE. BUSINESS
pmictUrtl cu.t" ncrs. and ia all Instance I
the Enc l cotton*pta.en exported $20,660,000 Thz Consl-xicisi: Cor.sls'.sof: and Chattahooch e, counts inSole' fur CASH. D. TTILSON.. ,ATor ?, 1811 l- U
extensive ib. of thU Public Notice. :
worth. So operatfeo sop-
10 Casks Bacon Suits, lWth 10, '117. 11
ply Tjpoa the Sen 'p'roepmty of'that cvantrytiitaa TR AIURUl'FICI'1 )t li Shnu'd.tI. _"._ ._ U. S. l\lnil! 1 Line! YMifOU .C1

increase rfipamy a podfcd according. ton TALLAHAMKE, June 1 2. 1857. j f i 5 Plain HIt''I.o TUB LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER8ill.i8 zra .. MOBrj:
in the oat f the
estimate of Lord Stanley < rawmaterial. &1.-vveoLs..1y f
hi'ldnt of the State iaeofltl! I Bbl ro'mm"n Whiskey, ,
Scrip under the .
is e ohraknt to m national loa of four fir* THE .
millions of January 7, 18'$. mUlled -An Att to 20 Baits Rio Coffee Leaves Milton 1\tesday"t and Friday's, allQ Corn r of Cliutoo lad Monro sataTalabs..5 .

rWch these: rtatistics their prxmde far the payment Cpuina Srmrkman's. SO Bbl.St. Lruis Flour, o'llock m. .
The fact gives peculiar aM Jauuarj 19, 185fl. S. "I
10 Extra .
importance to American readers is y'et to lit Parkers and ihr Volunteer Conipinhs f services o Learxs Chatiajurchec Tuesday's and Salurday's To bo had at
** choice article
stated. Of Xhe OOOoOOOOputhufotton imported in lh!* year 1 t4' are hereby notified that tbe j>ric>. 6 Sujfar. (ea ) arrival CoPartnershipq'IIE .IfoUp.o j
ar"er'tIV the Steamer .
/al is ready fur riWtarM-nwtit uwin "arrant U ued We hare on band a large stock of of from D. WILSON'S ; .
by England year.7J9.000.000. pound came Apa'achicola and the Slagr from Tallahas undersigned ban thin day cattrtd. a so.1.
tie ll -
by iu Good5 _
from the United State i i tither \k ords one hundred Cotnptr T o nfcirntitr with mid Act Fancy- Staple .. .
and fifteen millions of dollar worth of Eng- C. H. AUSTI S *tr Tua''r r. which fr CASH we will sell at a small advtnce onc sec, Fla.t and IhinbriJgc Ga., UNDERSIGNED is rt:w receiving a large p rtnenhip m lh <* .

lan<'. r-nnoal exports to eay nothing of wbnt she **. Tb FWida Srtitinel lh. Fl>rida Peninsular .t. Country merchatits are invited t-. call nod fill IN ttOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! THE, taried stock of SPRING add SUMMER WHpUJESALE RETAIL .

consumes herself; defend ..ho'.I.U'OD the United the rlorida News and the Florida D.nnterat willinrett up their assortment W- have aIM a f sw pieces of ri -HIS Lin If now in first ride order. The whole GOOD to the inspection cf whuh he iuviU the xittC.7 T*" '&:: liJ.
States for its supply e.d, the other hand the the "be.tl.rev times and forward tT( bills to Public
; on the Trell"urom I Stock has Wf-q n-iievred.' with new and mf r generally under ut dAUM aDd Itle ,f
United t.1tei'trooJs cpo/u England to purchase FURNIT1 RE COS5I3TWO IN raT Oi
table Hack The Drivers lire car from her annually from .ilncty to hundred million June 1I. i57. St-24 Parlor and c-nnm-n clnirs Bunaus. Tate a Tet., (rorntindntin A liberal allowance of Uag a.e al- Chintz.B"re:e.C r enadine. & LIVELY.

of dollars'trortli of b'.r rop.Itiadifijchto Wash S'ande. i'J lc.gainy and Cottage) Be4steadr. 'loweJ to each rlll enl"r. and Organdie Flouncfwl Roots, : I.' -, ,
sy which! of the two 'countries Per W m. R. Pettis, ezteiiMo.-i Diniui, I'nble at c*>stfui Soli 1 Col'-red and Figured D reJt' THEY'will b. pleased to n i tii {rfiita
w .uM suffer most from a cessation of'riendly commercial FROM NE\V ORLEANS CASH. risillim I eriminethem, AGENTS : Silk Tiwof and Crepe d. Paris and patron a*the old ataD or.D.H A .r.wh

. intercourse. We ore ore not euihiieiOlycou : / T. HAY WARD. & SON, THllnhaMi Chintz Itiiiliants.Printed it feih 1..illl Apkfaj aDd gce raii.
: \' 'Mltr.th such matters to form ai.y: conje.tir 1 ff CASKS SHe IInll Shoulders. May '57. 2i3t'> [Sent enpy. At Milton JAt. A. CnAfrijr, LutIH, from 10 tn 75 cts., *atortin at of Artk)"i appcrUhiiog t*tlwirn
e! to the time it would hike to increase the JLt1 plain Hams.S : (;enevi Ala, \v. ]1). MOXBOK }'rt'lIch.Sc..tch, and Arnt r'n.Ginghams, ul u.iDt..' V..H. AIiI

dln.c".y' requisite to use the surplus] cotton hich Tierces Sur r Cuied ITarrs, F. Young C.tripheltun, J. W. SMITH.J French. En liih. and Amsr'n. riots, M. LIVELY.

wt ald i>e thrown upon the tnnrktt in case England 1 SnniLe l Beef Benj. Itri: lUIJ''V.. Nicn" u, Black Poult de Loire. January 1. l' S. 1 -

,-t2 ',ed to be a purchaser. but it woulJ certainly Le 2 Hh-lft. elioice Brown Sii:m. & JillW & lliAWJ Chnttahn
'.)ng enough to ruin pretty much every one in 75 iiblf. Exrn und Superfine Flour} Pissetuzers can be taken through. with certainty Black Cbalhes.

either country depending cither unon. the culture 1 "Wl.i'e Bt-aus, ANDSOLICITOR security, tnJ with comfort .. Alpaca' and Bombajunea. MItES NASH$ & CO: '
or the manufacture of cotton for a livelihood lliat 1 I nr.l Oil ,

country would unquestionably suffer least other 2 '. Mola"ses. ''X:7'ILl, prm-ti"9: in the CunrtfO..f the Eastern Cir Proprietor aDd Contractor. linens. 9KAX.X.BI IK ?&

} t'ntngs being equal which could most readily transfer 2 Lard. T T cuit ..f Flu,i.la. and the Federal COUPS.orrire May 9. 57. )!-If Frouting and Shirtirgj Linens DRUGS .l PAINTS
it* cotton capital into some other more productive 1 Mes B-.f, ), ,
( AT G.\ISS"ILU. ALACIIBA COU TY.) Pillow Case and Sheeting Linens
employment; and in that reejHct} England 10" Piirk. ICE ICE Linens
REFERENCES Fancy Shilling ,
would unquestionably have the advantage, for her 2 Bxf Lemn. : MEDICINES l OILS, .
Linens fur Gents and Youths
.manufactures are not bounded l.y any jwrticular 1 Box Sn"ked: B.ef Sugar Cnrod) Tot'7ti'i'. CArr. .1. J. LE-CAS. 1Cm. further notice. Tf 1 **.J will be served Fancy ,

eoil or termal fines, nor lire her manufactures isolated F..I Sale C SIl" by It. II. BLKRY. J. P. A I IKE., V C, fI'luton. S. C. I UNTIL the Depot of lI.eit. Mirks and Thll 11' Spring and rRiAR WOULD inform their friends and the pablUJ\)

but ire distributed in a commercial tense, June RI. ':'. 2t FRASIR it 1"um'l'l'Is.I I.uitae lliilrond: evey inomiii. between the house of on band a good a Ttm nl'ofnu

through the kingdom; whereas the cotton-growing DR IASIW S. Jo Iti. 7-T-i.la'iance Flo. 'S itid 7 i.'clock.: Aft-r th it tune it can hi found it 1i article aa are graorallj kept in their line of biutn,nand

StUcs grow little or nothing: else fur export, and it 11 Just Received l June '*. '57 23 ct the Ding Store of K. BA US A ill.. will be receiving regularly fresh .uppli s. Tk.h
'tI shall be reasonable. .
would take a long time to prepare the cotton indi term .

to grow any other crop-Lich would Le any: where I Per Schooner Wm. R. Fettis: For Sale. AT THE[] DEPoT, Or EVIET DaSCftIF1iOt. Tallahassee. April 9th 185JH..

near as productive.. On the other hand the marketfor Price of ICE Stockli'-lucrs 2 Ct;. Ib. *
cotton in the United States is large one, :(\ DRUMS Fresh Dried, Fig, A LIKELY NOS1CO( MAN about SO years of per Bonnets MEDICAL NOTICE.'
I fJw 6 H ]"ierh L--nic' C this 14 K 44 "nIl[ ntlurfi! 2 .
l I. increased > xes age who i ia a good VXPEVTER. Apply at A -'e.IDfl. -
and micht: crently very won. proidedthe I > l .A. i-ttuit AltiOanurt Ort tir.n -
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prices for the manufactured goods were sulistantiallr 2 Case" GUIV.I: Jilly, Office. June f. 57. 2" No 1 CE'rill ba delirpre' I unless I the order i i. aecomp.iuied t.-"t FRENCH AND AMER-1 BURROUGHS
1 Trj.il New Dates.
and tIle material with! either the Cn't ,
bU-Uiircd, raw were to fall I or T.ckett. .
very:low, as it would be sure to do in case the English AMES 4 LIVELY. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. ICAN' STRAW BONNETS, HAVING located in TalIahaM offer Lit pro

*market, from allY cause, were closed to u .- June IS. 67. 24 underpinned bi-p Leave to inform the uti- Ice Tick3ts TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS services to the public; Offie opposite

11J: : Evening p( t. TM1E "1'l'ulahiasee! und vmciuity. that he has Can be procured the l urn! Store of E. Barnird.Tr ALtO A LARGE ASSOaTMINT or Dr. Barnnro". Drug Store

-. a--c ell A Fortune for only 81 opened a carriage shop in this p'.i<*e joining Parties re'id.n; <; iii. Bel-Air. "Ie'l may wish IE.cm ( French Flowers Artificials, ic, etc, &.. I&'Dee. 20, 1856. Bl- i

THE TRVT POLICT."Encourage home indt"t r" THE Sub-enber having been fur the past twenty Brokaw's Livery Stables, : have the Mine; hv PM*njrer Cir, by sen.lii;; MEDICAL
is a motto that nl-nays fim-sts our IIttellt cn. It ir- ". (ne <>f the greatest nliUluf.clur n of Patent their Uatikets, tlittnctlimark'd. ''1,1 the! money or Embroideries. NOTICE
Tolves an amount of philosophy th .t is worthy of" Siedicine : fuiiicry. tc. in the United State in the buildinji furmeily owipied by J. L. Oroner Tickets. NOTES & LAUD) St. Mark -0-
our careful ttu '. it contuiiii not as some have nnd hiving now closed out hi! bu.iiie's, is prepiired here hp i i" prepared to do nil kinls:! of work iu his May 18, 'S'. 20 Rich Yalencine. Maltese and Uonathon silts of

iupposd II se1fi.li st'lltimellt lut a true philosvphicprinciple to sell the Ilcipe, eo us to give others dunce to Hue, at the shoitet-t notice nnd on the most Collars aud mia r 81..eyes.E.nb'd. Drs. Robertson & Bond
motis'in: Collars from 12i eta to$aoo
that 'Wc..rk! fl'r the good of the eutielfluhitV. cun- tin eoinething, t. ar's a livchli'Mxl. Ain ni Ihe re- REASONABLE TEll.US.Inch For Sale. Einl/d. moushn Sleeves. Limed l K parrnenhtp; in th" pracUe
"pend Tour nufler near home." said :mold ci]'es fiorn which he has nmnufrtctured the articles to nnd new proff ssion.offer their orTiees, to tbt.citizens -
farrucr, and you will get it 41b'i\in." Ihat h a {Tie-it xteiit. ar. the f..llo"i'IE: as carriage painting all kinds tninininsj of ; making Having TUB: subscriber offers fr sale his resi Hats of Tallahajsee and surrounding country

,; the true principle: never tend a dollar abroad that 1. Tn make 1 1'. KfiiytHi'n Health Restoring Bittets. busies, and WIIuuI.IIJlti fiitt repairing. I.i i ''. situated on Monroe Street HT: Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet .

3, ; you can imest well at home. Better pay your 2. llrnndeth's Fj.inily PiII.. procured a rate ,Ii II;:iI' and one of the mont deurahla locations A LABGK AsSOBTUnrr OTv ton & i 6I;

Neighbor a few shillings more, than let the money 3. FIui.l Extract i iu the City of Tallahassee.ALSO P2 Cents and Youths Spring and Sumxur III Feb. 2S. *57 9.lt

out of the neighborhood. The more afloat 4. \\iirld-tciHiviird, Scotch: Hair Tonic .
go money from New Yoik, the lerns'ieil i.* piepared to d<> HATS. a -
f| around you the better for you, and for all your 5. Best Eau de Cologne. this kind of work a* well and in the latest style, as it tnnwn Dr. Miles H. Nash
I will sell and well brick
community. I 6. Artificial Honey which cnnnnt he defected! from CJ.I be doue at the N'Mlh my large Clothing

j Buy your neighbor blacksmith's plough and that I thaI. made by bees either in col.r or taste, and dues AU those "\.0 Irive: this kind of work to do. and Livery Stable, Carriage Hcnse, fzc. orrxas HIS PKoncssioxAL sruncrs TO THE cmx2n or

will enable him to buy your other neighbor's corn, not exci-ed"the cost of the cbcHjx; Drown "l1glir. wih it done in a manner that will nut fail tu give My t. rtus will be liberal to a g"llIl l purelix..r. A LABGE ASiORTMk.VT OT TALLAHASSEE s&aaOlfDnrGCOt'1lT"T.. .

and then your other neighbor more quickly pay 7. Very finest Indelible Ink, fur marking linen. satisfaction xvcul do well to call on P. B. BUOKAW I Gents fashionable CLOTHING. with Dr. M. Nubimmediat.Jy.utoCtll.

you that debt he owes J.Qu. Money matters 'work "'wearing apparel Ac Profits immense,eoujpetitu.n \s'31. KUIl 5. April 18. '57. 16-3m OFFICE e.

in a circle, and the more money that is kept in the mall.Fairs larpe. May257. 18 Boots and Shoes, May 19 1855. 20

circle in which you operate the better for you.= 9. X e\V England Shaving Soaps.In. Salt Salt. A LARGE A360ETMI.M Or -

How few people thin of thiHow! many think Bt-ht OKI mJcMir bhiiviiii Sopp Ladies, GU..Youths and Child SHOES.IlrL R. H. BERRY
that a buggy is not fit to ride in unless it comes I There SLiviii, ; So.ips are lIl'k'k.IIt'II Ol hr all t<> Florida House. 1 flbA SACKS LIVEUPOOL. in fine order -ALSO- ,

from away otf yonder, with some foreign name attached I be the nn1 popular S"lI|> in the mnrk. TIle Hair HOUSE I hcri-iofinv I Lii'iunas ?ry jL, VO \J Luidrig pr TiII&1I.11I1.1 I fir sate! hv

A newspaper is not fit to read unless it Towc liiis l'e-i I"ag used by the most nrhtocrntic in THE "Oef-riri.i House," huts HeJjJJJr ):c. .\UUIH. OilMOXD & CO. I S \PLEf'GO quality. Auctioneer and Commission

Las a high Bounding title floating up from the mist, Scotland and Eiigltn The recipe ns puriha! zit B..,.,",'s Hotel, will ponttntu open i foOl' he i:ii IrecepIi.tl yJ April 4. 1857. HLadies' :MERCHANT.T&LLAuAssz.F1a.Sept29l855. .
distance. Such a spirit as this sends thousands of a gre t ezptrii'e. Any perfn ot t ordinary iminrtryn of persons traveling, by p-iblic Jvi3Jf.orpiivite '--- I -

dollars each year away from home and places that b'lficebf tact can line I.1! p"<.ktt8 in a t"1't title : ciHiveyaiicc through! Th"ni
I" money forever beyond our reach. Yet we complain by niaui-f.icturi'irj the at titles; .>r they nrc w..rh\ under ll\e l'u"tr..IIlI.,1ll1I1I, C'If.1 of a Ladv.I 'I he !I Brown n-H Blue Shirting and She t1Ds. "
1. LIS. : iud urt'.I.I' .
of hard times. Our children must go a long away more thnn fifty times the prictf thorn t<> U.-H: july in (di-eiiint pentotl nUll h'f.r.-itub'e nl'c"lIlIl"' l\ti"I..*, i j jtniy Qwis__) Cm'iiC paiu. r'cJ.! M.ulbnrt'uj. Plaids and! Stripes.Choctaw JOHN R. LLOYD ,
off to nchocl to import some foreign air, bud there the fatuily. All I h.ire to ft.iy i?, try it. I In in.t'nskjou relv her b!t etfosts to p'en'j-. I btiiH-s.[ Apron Checks, I
: upon LII--II, LI rn. Frt-ndi} Putil, *. tto.LanJin Bl Tlckm:. .to,. ,tc. &c. .uc'tl.on.ecr:
pend hundreds and Thousands,that will never comeback I to take it on my recnmmendiitii, but refer if c- "Situated at the S uth inj ot JefTeison St., I IThuni ,I lut.ii Si'Tii ail I fir .d.- hv
to us again. All thU is done while we have \ 'lc ;;tJGU 1' OK3IOND A CO.
L better schools at Louie, and where our money ,viz: lion. Lewis CMS, Jlichigin; H-m S. ( .rrItX. 1'.. ; .iy 16. '57. 2"-1n'' Ann! 157. 16 A l\ri''t' :ril well spirited: stock
ri would build up the community in which 'we live, Iii II. G. D.irne. N. II ; Mi'f cr". Hiclwrd it O.. md All of Ibd itbove ul'liclcs111 be IIf"U.\RDWARE.//. MERCHANT,

and thus reflect its benefits back ou us gaiu in C. W. L >.*imr. M. 1>_ Bnltinwre ; F. W. Ken.i. Erq. D. WILSON.. TALLAHASSEE TLOUlDA.
RICHARD BEADFGE3 [:fl T iiicd.] I
many vaya.Hard ..' (.n ; Hall i! Dr-ther- N. Y ; A. S. r.eniiet. BHJ.j ;.,1 March H.'.7.. 11 !

: times is the result: of su h a policy, and if j: ",' ,>-,.ieil nd K(.v. Allre.II'1\'n', Philadelphia., ATTORNEY AT LA"\\ I ,"':: rT'U'lJi.iS: t-i* .i-'e O--.', i ii .->....1. ill-cot fnniJJ July 19. 135 G. 23-ly

we by our folly send our money FO far from ho.iethat 1 TKKMS : I "i j i'l) find nil the above ten nt-ipe( to iinviie. the! loiuii: I.i"I! i HI: p'-r Ti'.i-j* in fr sJI I byiltXA'AJUT Corn. I .8 S.

it can n-\ ?r get back to us again wedisirvc j 4- on the ec5pt of ONE DOLL AC, or any '.n. firnviethree TALLAH 'SSEE:: FLA. OKiiONU & CO. KNIGHT,
BUSHELS CORN. for sale br
to groan under the prefui of hard times. If we cents fxigtiiue nan.p". Send guhl. 1'I-t Office ((02iee in the P.ict Offie Building: ) Al'ril4.1S51.. H 1 000 HOPKINS. &MEGINNISS..Innh2l.'AT. AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT
would should that r\\\ I bills 'f l --
prosper, we pursue course which clamps.: r .EIIZIIIII.bllilk! they can lie -
common bense points out to jusure, prosperity viz: !I dbtauied. atifaction w not proirptly given thej Miv23. '67. 21 1) lCE.fl'n'I'1: n'i-1 C ta'f tiene, l.ui. ..iinj. per .:. 12 TALLAHASSEE, FLOSIDA.S .
never tend one dime abroad that can Ce well I j tiii inh! 8ii r-'.ti\el] te fuin-cd. Adtinft er.ch- I V liiiit. :uJ fur .,Ir! 1..1. l 1.\ '-- pt mberl,1865; 05 .

., spent at home. But to support home mechanics, situ the tnonev. ti' 2GO Bbls.i Asiortoil Jtiour.rr I :.IcN.iUlT: : crtMOND & CO. I Sundries.BBLS. .

home merchants home farmers, kep the money at ISAAC W. A KENDALL Orange Hampshire. irtl'.S. P.intV; nn I \tinb ''?". I Apil: 4. l IS.-"j. 14G3zit1cieu's 9 0 and'10 J hbs.! Keetitied Whiskey, WILLIAM SCOTT,

Lone turning abut in our own circle. Then end June 13: '57 4-6t ( 0 75 Ex'riSt.L'tidsuei&e: t-' '' I 2", )11")'rteahilla .4 ATYO'RiMgY AT
rot until the: may we expect money to be plentiful Summar 6 eb..i i"eSu a'. 4 Lbls.French Bread, LAW

in our m'uU-t. By all means see that the mechanic FULTON FOUNDRY W bU-er| %. iE ;r j CLWTHhNG.FROCKS. Landing from Petti, and for sale by MONTICELLO, FLA.

i of\our circle receive that encouragement which I S McNAUGI1T, ORMOND CO. July 20,ISIS. so t I
\\'i1Ihte fold I..w '
they 1Jl rit. It is with communities as with individt Pa.1.Ltb.t3Beo "1a. TJi shove fur CAst 1111.1 CASH on March 21. ')'. 12
Sc's.. PauU nad Vw-U
their fortune l lv, au-1 in lots to dealers nu.l retailers at re ul't,1 l price assorted onali--
t *, or bankruptcy depends upon UNDERSIONED be? leave to inf..rm the -. by D. C. WILSON. hitest fetvle. A choice silvcti, Luid- alCHAKB.eem T. laCBXTT.-- -- -CHARLES. - V.vowi.:

t .proper mnagemcnt.-Clintcm: .Independent TIlE that they bare associated themselves in slay ::3. '67. 21 iti" froiC DroJie. i>ndiiir} sale bvMcNAUtiHT. Book Bindery BIIlU.tilil'T & DOw Bl1fG-,-- .
i -* r
.. What is the best attitude for telf-defence Tasked business, under the nan-e and! st\Ie of OliMOND 4 CO. TIE.,:k Bindery of McDOUGALL
Tardy Biya & CO. Bacon and Flour. Mzreh2l87 J 12 g .. a pupil of a well(known pugilist." March 21. '57. IS 490 Seventh !Ireet
Keep a civil tongue in your Lead wu th. re 'fr rtli purpose of following the trade .f Founders and 881.5. Flour lUlmlfda Flour.4O WASHINGTON CITY.

ply. MarhinieU.and are prepared 1 M exe-utf all ki'll. nf 60 4 Hh-1c. Bacon Si ies. .
work this I liunven. Strain Seed Bice. WILL practice before the Conrt of Claim,and
ttppertaiimig > And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD.Lauding BBLS. Hrrisou'exiiu Flour, ,
claims before
A EXTEAOKMXAeT CTU UIUAIU ST d t-.> give fiiiir-fiKti 20 Si'poifiiio) Flour I 1 AC\ BUSHELS SEED RICE for sale by Congress and the MT
b from the Pettio. and fo mile bvMcNAUOHT !
Dr. 3I'Iane' Celebrated Verm1fIl, Sugar Mi'!!. an I Cnsliiuf i.f nil kin nndo will 10"* ColiillioilLsnding JLUU HOPKINS A MEGINNIS3.Mrch era Departments.

neatness an i di.rw'i-h PI I InS tiii tirnutco funiiol.ed ORMOND 4 CO. from Sihr.Petlis i nnd for sale I lyMtNAUGHT. 21. '67. 12 July! 28, 1835. SO
err all kinds of M"Lin..ry mil I En "ueeihiThey ORMOND & CO.
New TOCK, March 1'.183&. ulcn "le f. ll.-ir.l .fc S Steinn A. PERRY AMAKER .
we agent r >ni' Entities }'Irrh 21. 7. 12 Spring and Summer Styles ,
:, cv- This is to certify tJlat I hava bccu troubled f JT& fur Ginning &4t(. Grin ling Jln.1 I Sawim mid lluttiaoD' Just Received, A 7TYi1T LAW

moat four yean with a cbotm j sensation, Bootetimea w>bad Oiut Mills f ur steam .-r hr e p'wrr.JOEl'1i Bacon For: :3.SO7 t
u almost to uflocate me; I employed tuorrjjnUr phjt".c: ; i64 CARPY. 6: Per WILD PIGEON: J and Pork. I 'IlE SUUSCUIBEPv-j have recc\.eclty the last TALLAHASSEE.

but to no pnrpotp. I wu then pureaaded to try a boul of WILLIAM UAYA, DDLS. and 0\ 4 CASKS Kir: !K'd hi..It-*. 1 do Clear! nt>. e -I arrival* fnru N'ew York n full ami! elegant: as- May 21. 1853. 20 I.
Dr. XTXne'Celebrated Termifuge, prepared by Fleming JOHN CARUY. I 2 5 FI"Hr.Superfine extra Fniuily \ 1 d.. Ph-ulder: 5 Jar.ls.t..-!* Pork : : eiTin.ent ,f LA DIE'. DUESS OOtDS.- consisting .

Ero,PlUsbargb. 1 took two tcafpoontful at one dose. It ) 30./ '. 22-I y llhs.) : J'ctifi..rl WL15kvv .hs Luiidijr j rer P lIip. tn{ fir sie! bv I fan en.le3! "Ir.'-ry of the tu.oa1 fashionable styles EDifIED M. WEST.

'I lOOn began to operate, when It made thorough work. (I hada 10" M-s Pork. Ml .\UnllT, ORMOND & CO. I.f 1'urii Printed Oii.:niiie on plain and phud cloths

regular worm tact lJ'within me.) I thouldjjjdgi Itbrougt'1 SAVANNAH JLOTTEHY.OX 2" .,.r.j March 21 J. '57. 11 (rum plain to full chintz c',l"'red.Jr Attorney and Counsellor at Law,

away from me Krae two quarts of worms; they had the ap. ( ;iindy robes l designs entirely new,
0 Ilhils. lee nnd Shnnldrrs. T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
of baring banted. I took the mt'.ndcr of the Jac-.nct .. fc
pearance THE HAVANXA PLAN OF EIXKLE NtM1CR5. 3 Tierces Duffi.-ld" Sugar cured Hams, Spring Style Hats.MEN'S .
bottle at two doea. The effect was It brought away tbott c-hoice tide" rl hired Burpee robes) designs entirely new, April 5, 1S56. 14
one quart more, all chopped to piece*. I now tttl l.ke a dJ- a P: inn. J .-""rn. M. hiica. Palm Grcnadhe: n>bcn, striped Brocade and China .
fcrent peraon. ANDERSON & SOIl, 2 IIhd Sugnr.. !D.riHfnble; :ri'l 1 M.rno. IloatLO.:1 Flounce, HUGO A. CORLEFf
1 loFieil "tornt' .
The above is from a widow lady,forty-six yean of age MANAGERS BU y. Cantuti Brmd, Lgli rn, Pedal and Panama F.\u1ar.lailk Flounces.
1 1" !H"t f IVnguea.F.r .
resident thlll city, For further particular, the public are WINTER. i-uV for CASH l.y R. H. CERRY. th'.ts.3IISSESi'nse. Double. skirted Marquise Fiounces; t"jeth r with a Attorney at law,
referred to Mr. IIard, Xo. 8 Mahattaa place, or to E. L. SUCCESSORS TO J. F. MANAGERS. 'n anll Pedal IIlt.LnlIdHg -. betuLifSWlrtmt: ut of Linen Cambrics in dress
ThealU Uruggin: corner Entyer and Monroe etreLP7 Mir2.7. 1 gREAD from Mi.'ic; in I fur 8.11.\ byMcNAU pattern white printed and Polka spot Bnlliantes, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Jannary .

riirchasera will be careful to a k for DU.CLL WLLNE'8 Prizes Payable Without! Juctillll. (HlT, ORMOND
>:BCATED VEHMIFCQE. manufacture 111 FUln"IG Mardi 21, ,7. 12RiceFresh BUTLER & DESBAM. .

Bau of PiUJrurglL Pa. All other Vermifuge In compariOB Cspilcl Prize $60,000. .\ REm in aw-un. |J.r I 18M. '6 !. 'SL 'A3, 'M and March 14.57. 11 Anderson J. Peeler

are worthlea Dr. M\. ne'* genuine Vermifuge also .L ISftrt I If 6"'. cull at once lit,'} let rue know Rice. ,

ftl*celebrated Liver Fills caa now be had at all reapecULU 20COO TICUKTS. I't'flu'r) \ou en)n pat; nt I1IL if w>. how nnirli-5. 10. pi A llOI.E nun I1ALI-1'TicrCt'/lllf Ire to arrive Opening of the Season. Attorney and Counsellor at taw
rio " dreg fiOrea. Jfont genuine ictttoiU the rignaturt of ---------- :icooiiutH
>Vin a few dirw: fro.n C.nrlcton Send
[191] FLEM1KO BROS. JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOITER, due we I" Jrtiiuiry 1857, nnd will cnniproinise in jour orders und have it marked, jou wln> waul BONNETS : SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
with all wl"1iye!
H faticf.ictory exjtlnnatTon of their
BY AUTHORITY OF TifF STATE OF OEO. ability, and chute on (heir own ternif. -ALSO- Head Dresses, French Flowers, NEW PORT FLORIDA.

DIED In Eaton Booge onrrtJABT.LonUUna on the nth of March ofciwnjcion CLASS Y. T. IIA YW ARD. 150 Boxes of M'.nufacture.| TOBACCO at lower Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edgings WILL Practice in tbe Courts of the Middle.Cireoit
April 18. '57. 1-4t rrire I Ih'iii, this Spring in the of attention paid to Collecting.!
Mr. WILLIAM Q. FEENT, lonncriy of DMWS .Tune 15th 1f'- 1. f.t St. Andrews' Hall. Sa ,_ you pay ; bg city &c., &Q. March 21'fit. .13
New Y .rk. For farther purticiilni-t enqnir- S
TaD"h".ee.In the 25th year of hi*age. vannah, Ga. under NewportMareh2l.57.
R. Symon., &q. nnd J. M. Prentiw, Eq. MOURNING -
12 FLOYD &
Miw Gentlemen, and Buys' HUlte 4. HOLLAND
GNIFICEXT SCHEME: half H use, Crape Attorneys at Law.
: iii S ijitw5.PORT 1 Prize ( $60.000 Buck. TIrt..111II11 l LislKnglish lt'Gkre MANTILLASFOE Crap and Straw Bonnets trimmed S ,
; the ,
White and Black frames WILT practice Cowrta of Md1e
; ,
1 20.000 Twilled Silk and Linen Cambric ndk .

OF ST. 11 AUKS.AEEIVED 1 .... 10.000 Landing per Sainp9 ii.and f,T mle bviicNAUGIIT THE F.ainStraw Hair Neapolitandt." of the State.West Also Florida in the and District in the Court Su mu.of the C'Uai-crt

1 ... 6.1MX ORMOND t CO.
< Flat Bloomers, Gipsies, Shaker Hood Infant ted States,in Ute Northetn_Di.trict of Florida.
1 .J. 4.iK)0 April 18. 57. 16 Spring and Summer of857 Leg- .
1 .201l iO( hotn. C.bi
June 1s. U.S.Ms1 Steamer Calhoun,EaOkbarn.from Key 8 prizes of . 1,000 .r 3.000( SPRING & SumMER HMIESUI CRIBBRS have received by Ex n-w. HeAd Dr Ml"unsnrpaMed for etyleand variety D.P.HOLLAND, Offien Quiaer, Fl*.
"W rt. Left same day for New Orleans. eo
.L a fcw of those niuet Fashiuuubie! and by fur the Ribbons "f:the most exquisite designs in Dec.22, 185 it .
U.6.Mail teamihip AtlanUc W. U.TaIbot Commander, fi 6ntl are.. .'._ 2.5H' oocxps.HODGK1SS. great va- .
from New ana liih Jane Ib57.' 100 .IfOare. lO.OiiO most desirable, ntrty hl ck anti white Rushes, narrow, medium and
Paaseuger.-Co. M. A. Long &dv and son Miss 4_- wide, Blond RI l ngs Zr fiyr Lace and all other articles WILLIAM DILW RTJI .
Trill Itr. O. W.-.J.T.Archer,Mr. Alexander James 100 Ware. 6,000 Chantilly Lace IMintlllas this ,
Powell z H.'Wbltaker,I>. Do.ier. Mr. Gibbon, aDd 2 on 72 Approximation Prizes .. .. 3.760 SiJOTr; & POOLE and de Which apperthiuhrtf to ifepnrtment of a Ladies Attorney and Counsellor Law
or various .irn'. offer
deck. Left same day for Key West. 3000 of$30 90000 pnttenu they on toilet. BUTLER A DENHAM. ,
prizes Are now receiving a Large: Stock of the tnot retirmiiible term Cull early if Vim wub March 14. '57. 11 MONTIGELLO

ML EDITOR:-Do ns the favor annoanr-e 82S6 Prizes amoui.tiruj to.$215:60 March I 4. 57. 11 Summerofl8 7. "TILL practice in the Courts.of the Ulddle Cir.T .
Eahrea 2 Embracing, evi-rv imasinnble style nf T cult and TUOJU
Ticket $lOj 6) Quarters 60. and Loirndes
) ) Ga
in your next woe for the offiic of Sheriff for the LADIES' DRESS GOODS, viz: Tallahassee Sash and Blind W HITE GOODS of every description amoc* March 22. 1858. 12-11 County. ,

onnty of Leon at the election October Small Scheme Draws Every which we mention :
ensuing Saturday LACES, MAXTLES, SCARFS, [UOUEI MtLI'i!. -'- -
F.A.OTOB.Y. 10 4 and 1 1-4 Allendale! Sheeting, "' ,
out LONG &
SILKS Bo.txirrs tc. CALCIU1TH .
4 Bank Notes (sound flanks taken at par. Pillow Case Linen ,

MANY VOTERS. Checks mi New Y
( ML EDiTOR :-Do os tbe favor to of Tickets onlers for tickets or Ctitiiicates of Packages A l.'irgf lot of Meits Clothing, .bueincfa m Ui city of Tailalmocet. and! would be Cambrics.Plaid Mus1Zz-Jaconets, ,1A4.OQ &S.D.GLBLA1TI1 't

nooooetb to B.iote Shoes, Hat, and Caps pleased: I to rect.IVH the itrunagti of hi* friends Shop Lu.. ati4hemsiv.Jn be pratti30E fA".!Tht1
Jour next issue, for, rejection fur tb. ANDERSON And other article at the Rail Rmtd Depot I. W. BOWE.V.March < >%nth MiJdl ."& ...SB.
of Merchandise Swijis"
dce Macon fir Savannah, Ga.ur every suitablefor .
of TAX
Assessor ADd CoUcetor. for the oo uty 7. ;B7. 10 prams Courts end tb. District Courts fill the.Udted
Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Win this market.C3f EmbmiJered Swiss Muslin. States at Tallahassee.OCBeeopposHe .
.flAoo.aUht easoinf October tJeetioa Mr. L. C .
ter. Manager will send them to us fur payment. : Call and ezaiuiue thent.. BRILLTANTES.._ the Conrt House.- .
Respectfully.MAtfT; May 10,'S 7. 22Don't HODGKISS scorr & POOLE. .
Plain and fancy MArscHle. Oetober28.1844< ,ly ..
VOTERS. April 11. '37._15 PEACTICING DENTIST Krillsd lung Cloth, To

Bead This Patent CritK lin. en h Mowers :

e: Wx are authorized and requested to DOVT Per West Wind "TALLAHASSE! FLORIDA. Plain and plaid N aintoob.lULL "- ._ --
Off '
awoae LEMUEL JOYES as a candidat for Tax ; .42 .J''.m1tr 27. 185". 63Provisions. -} .. ARTIEICI1L8. :&,t,, ,& c.
from New Orleans) Per ?
ANmioraii4 OoUcetor Iieooeoa&rj.attiit'ElM- WEhavAJustreeeired Mnsliw, Hutvla 'DLExpess we ha8 tte Ted 'a bea
Cambric r..rt-
v do. Swill
S ttis and New Turk Per BAGS RioTierces Cfl1fU ddf
oftbe abo.
tieD ID 0. )0 FrrocJi (Ml..Frt-nctTseta. buys Collars = ,MJectd boQBBLsfw Ntv'V. >fl'Nn
Bark K. H. Gt mbU,large cad veil aelH1STOCll'OPGROCERlbB. 2S Rice. '
Ladies Gentlemen L- jJ oetstlotnark.t 'hAis
= : IDES. Sn.vjli.rs rJ1'11 Pork.: i ianJu.ff. eumt'o Handkerchiefs
1. .10 Boxes Adamtiue Candles per "
10 ** Sperm 0 M urie.1IOd fwle by Bar bordered U. S. cud Emb'J Hai.kerrhiefs, >UTLZ1,, &'DIUI...

Notice to Carpenters. ._ :- LIOWint'l. t5 OIl H.i.; I. -'ap, : McNAUlWT, OIIMOSD,.d CO 'Real VaL Laee. *.do Ac JLuab:1c'at'1. --"...'-. ,. '4.-,..-'. ',..'

Brandiea Ckars Ac. 10 K. b.tOOltb> Butter ? 'rort. 1hrcJd.t67.11 1 BUTLEILDENUAM..
the Strops rs
OW .er.t otidain j&V net. wUlU Jet oat larch 1' l t, ;
the Jow..t 1Jiddi.r at lUdWsriUr.: < 'trset- The Snbecruber.. d.Lrrrniaed aft: this datIl to 25 ''ixe*Cbeew, .'- f KQE jut jua n. .'n. ,::1 .
Of9COVUT-HOU2E JII't.heC : ab We,'yten4fseung, '. piuds oa a caw iT.. 6 1L FIat 8..17a. ,.1 < .tIe'YeOd by V A .

i: Vi 'ti. Tb wiebini In Me'the pIaD will I. .0: Fff OaaJt 'or""C4uIvfr,' Predictw .A L'S O .MoDOUCIALLAHOBDY.Uarrbllfi .' S Vennifug'es 4D,. SOiaeJnl 1 ;" .
aIIor address Kt. .. will i :time b bur ewtnmmwithprvidsnNTWj ?. 12 DOZ? Fahnntoclo Y nuif4 ...r_.'. I .h.
HcAliJrJ' i r ft any happy to set re StArebPit'1t1*., 60 48 '. ,MeLaM* = .. TV.... IF'Z, .. .,
$ thcriptifti AVnatnall a -44O.WAv1l. '
p"pfM'rOJ'ltel1l, il '8* J.yuesTwfa -, .
.time at4 bore Jfew::Y"rk:**> : be Id T Champagne Lnb.ters
paepj to1he 1lgbMtcthSj 7- 114PwTi; Shot f>r Worm.. .po .. .Jo. ..: .
Coarat .. .& '." **nti Jry, ps.t,.,J,'..J\' GvnbWaUdio !. Or>Hinti,) .Ginger, -' Assorted Candy '2 DO BU3HELS ', bnj -r JJ/tlJa, tod tot t7McHAUGHT ,'4:; ," ,Strl V D gp'? wd.r. i.- I. '. ':.. ." "..,- '. .' _r'n 1'-' eI
tJ 'SIiD O nml Jfferwm$tr: .. '
Tat.ot. Put Ash 8bto "
; Wuraa 1.\JIo' 6
."iJat. < ; 8est1 UI & ,,- .
'' .P i 1 .'Pre"4l, '. .' h S AMES A iirr !,. .
to', .IL4It., r1r. .'. -. I '-r'O' '.?. r J 1..u" .9 T, M... fI,'112' 18 'ewert)6 14 'If. II jriII1.?. u .. .a. a_ ,.

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_ 'T1f i lian & Journal '" 'USFFlUt; .M08TTEBr: H ,P.-B." fUll l'O'XA'W'' S. tLIVEBY I Imporiant to 'Housekeepers, 1m.oUl\S'.WHITK" ,J

'puW''htd' every SATURDAY, by THAN, THE CHEAPEST, km SALE metis, FARMERS AKD FRUIT, .GROWERS ,TV/lANUFACTURKn ..fOntverand .Sbet Irto

JAMES S. JONES, E ITOK & PKOPBHTOB, t3 TALLAHASSEE FLOR1FA. -0Arthur's -, 1'.1. Wan;al1d dealer ia nU nxU of Plain] *nd FaD I'tF'UGEU
Bitter than the 'Heat Z the eititen!
Tin Ware In informing
JLt Tro DOLUIU anunm, in ad\"at*. ,.7J-i.; .9 'lIE Proprietor! would -y .taJu..pler.ure
Pdl Atd meoW,. H r. __ '- form> his friends nnd in-.k Patent AirTightCAW. of Tlbibaue. and tk* .urroonding country. that be U .

TXRUS OF ADVE T SII\G-: 254 whole n/y On Ifctfor Tsar. V -4_ Lpubic! that he has rebuilt now' prepared (aft 9ia1' no Ml that with to patroniM' LIvEILIss
prneninss Freth Frttitt ar-d TJini- Uiank ,
/ him his lint ot bueirm II. ato tender bn _
ia -
Oft aqoara of 12 line, or let*.first foatrt1oa f 1. 00 G' TEsT: DISCOVERY of' the PrllenOeutu'rl *J Iurg Hrick to Stal.h'l.nrcommo/late nt the his nM(friends stand: and and l i* nowprepared /'r ','j,ltl" u.'. This article as extensively to bit friends ..ndtb. pnhlt genenilly for the very _ru&."t I'npan..c'Qe.

each *nb* ]uent. > U 5uFrofeutonalaod of DetechigCOUNTERFEIT Jjjj customers u.0'l) in the East and 1 Northern State last season liberal with which,ha has heretofore been, ,
He alan has uttacheil t Stables
> BlacksmitbShop.wliere
Business Cardsinmtd at$10 ptr BANK NOTES. he'willhitvr< have d"nall a good kino-'of'- will be introduced! to the citizen: of Tallahassee and favoed, and he !mp a'that ft contfeoatiou .f tb. aajnawill '

annum.Adr. surrounding country by the undersigned baa iowthe ; ._ They arc not ,recommended
be rntedbm
Describing Genuine Plantation
Bill iolcteiu
Every in Existence aDd woik, Hor and Ci.rrhLwork In
e ;
: ,
rt ,emeaU not marked with tl. number of excli:!ive rhht'tn manufacture in this vmcimty' for Hewill keep on band a fall opply of all
Insertion will b. continued until forbid, and charged Exhibiting fit at a in gllllK'e'e"cry( 5ircu'ati J Counter- <2 J the patcbx very best manner and with promptuw* aDd dia- the comine season. It i i. only newwiry to call and sort of War constantly usually kept to 'an tablUiment of his as Un&ersal

accordingly.I5f examine the e article nnd the recommendation( of line of bunincM.: A full asMrtment of Sheet Iron,
Certificate of publication of legal or wtat Arranged *EASY o admirubV.an-1- DETECTION that REFERENCE i i. 3INSTANTANEOUS' .J November C. 185S._4*_ the persons who have used them to l Ire convinced that Sheet Lead; Lead Pipe; SbeatZitw; Citer Pumps Cure-alls but simply

noticts will not be given uutil the adverlUlny fee fa i Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, they-are the best most s'mple: and economical article and a great many other article too numeron te me- ,
paid. ft>r the ever offered to th* public. They cnn
frjEgT" : pcrp"e tion. what their
L No Index to examine I No page to bunt Mupl For Sale by P. ,B. Brckaw be med by the most unskilful person, without the TO BUILDERS. name pur'

Bat *o simplified and arranged that the tJ1erchant Subscriber ban just received a lif.'htct rUk of failure. .
and Tin Goodoctlaz
TIIE Tin Roofing,Guttering, Copper '
BLACKSIITflINGt) Banker and Business Men can Cell al 1* H ."-_ large .nj>ply of Carriajjei1 J5F" Pnirliasor are rnpplied with) a circular containhur Pipe dc. all of which be promises to do in the moat
/ full and reliable directions !
Glance. M flugiea. and Harness which he offer or putiin-rup fruits bed
wnrk-man-like manner and .t\Iff and ol1l1e material
firm of BROKAW A for sale on the most reasonable term .and "nrniitneP in these Cans placing the whole process shortest 'notice and most reasonable term VERMIFUGE for

k THE' havipg been dIes l. It bas taken y eai I to make pet'feet tin 0 November 18, 1854. 46XflLS ronvfiiintly within the reach of every hou!ekeepfr. Having* on been engaged for the lat eight year in ,
i the undersigned notifies his A large snfplv th.e Cans will be constantly keptin expelling Wormsrom
,__ ted.: *
GREAT DISCOVERY. NA ,H & CO. sture. Persons wishing supply themselves should business at this place lie thinks it mineccmrr to recommend
old customer end the public generally that he. has
further to ai regard
Tli ureent necrsrity fi-r such n wo k has in npplv immediutelvt ns tli(* fruit sexton ;*iiesr At hnnd. hi'nselfcny public the human
mad. arrangement with D. C. Wileon by which h been long J Dealers Drugs, Medicines, &c lila capabilities a* A mechanic but at the tame time he system has
cit b Commercial
81'14' the Wsiened and
? men. It has Wen All Cans sold tnade by warranted ,
take* the shop formerly: occupied by him under the pubj j TUST received from New York bark call work and
bshed to supply the call for uch a Preventive per R.H. Gumtl snfp. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him with a good also been
firm of Od ble, central assortment of nrticl in 'chen administeredwith
a s line
and but our p price
neecs to
be known to be Universally Jlxy 31, 1836. 22 .
H. B. Fitts & Co Patronized. It does more than has beta at HJ such ns Oils of almost every kind Burning Flu: Having removed from the old stand formerly known
tempted by It ever H White Lead Zinc and other paint Window Gl2 s of as White& Slusser, be will be found at his stand cor i the most satisfactoryresults
aod i* now prepared to execute all work don. in Note in three Different Cf describes every Bank best jualiiy: Puttv. Bru>hef. Potash. Sofia Sparkling Piano Fortes. ner of 200 foot street, where be will be glad to waiton

tbtir line of business viz: Languages, = (4 elatiii'i.. I/tttlD Muttanl. Froncji Brandy (vl'ry"ftIf.) d J33"Vt7E are prepared to furnish Pinno all his friend THOMAS WHITE. to various animals

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and ENGLISH FREXC1I AND GERJ \. g fir medicinal purposes. Spice Pepper Lemon Syi up JfJlfl 3 v IV Fortes of the very best quality, Dec. 1,1885 48WILLIAM

pairing Carriages andBug Re.O Thus Each may read the same in his own Native Inks,Quiwin, Peruvian Bnrk. Fluid Extract Buchii.tc. upon the nmst liberal 'terms. subject to Worms.

O Plantation work Tongue.TERMS < .. gles, of .-The paper will be about 28 by 42 y Medic.:nes. We keep none but the. very best and quality or price. The LIVER PILLS for
every discription, i inches, and will coutain the most Perfect Bunk hope to merit vour E\'cry'Ilistrument\lm be warranted. Tn11ahassee, F1a. ,

JAS1 IroM and repairing same, Ironing Wagons Note List P ibliahed. .. patronage.MILES NASH, & CO. MILES NASH & CO. MANUKACTUBEE OF COPPERTIN AND SHEET the cure .of LIVER COMPLAINT
Together with the rate of DiscountAlso March 20. 1855. 18
and Carts
!:. S56. 8
n List of OMl _J_ __ : AND
and io fact every other discription! of work made of the Privatt Banker in Amtrica. Corn and Cob Crusher. DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED all BILIOUS. DERANGEMENTS
Inn and Steel all of which we wAl.IlANT.1Wd pledge Qu.i.n.in.e.JUST 'V

ourselves to execute at the shortest notice. A Complete Summary IIf the Finance of Eu G RANGEl'S p'lt..nt Corn and c. I b Crusher I r.-ceiVM| 600 Oocrs SII11>!l QuIiiIn.. ARE. SICK HEAT.
H. B. FITTS. ropa end America will be pub'ithcd in each e,lition H have taken the Atfoiicy, for the s.ile of thesoptrmr 1111 Ili-.llld, together with n. &lnsit. variety Stove ncad-Qnnrtcr? ,

rb.UlK7. 7-ly together will all the luiporUut iew: of the H! Cob Crusl.i-r uneqtialed it is said to any in of pure Chemical AMES & LIVELY. _t't_ A SPLENDID assortment Cooking Parlor ACHE &c.Purchasers.

dnv. Also H the Co nJry. A ct'-ck of ilit-se Crnsl.r!. will 'jc'on April 6. 18M. 14 and Wood Stoves, irimmod with Deatu e.1 ,

Notice INTERESTING STORIES band early! tLi! is coming FalL Prices vry low. con- -_ __ ', and durability, at reduced price will
< From Old Bideiin jireat. : savinjy, in -ed.! J4S 55 $C$ eiich Olive on.j4. o Out Door IToik. pleasebe
undersigned has made arrangements xlth H an Manuscript found in the East nnd j3| for these ize.. Prices uniforn throuulmnt the
THE Pius to take charge of his Blacksmith Sh* p no where else to be lound. It has never yet appeared O Forfurthcr" particulars. cull and fxnmihe fur yourselvesso county.: 1. SUPERIOR b. article for AMES Table &rue.LIVELY.Just rewived Roofing. Ornamental Front Head Guttering. Copper particular to ask for
in print, and /uruithc the Most Complete 3* and Tin Conducting Pipe Sheet Lead, Sheet
and hand, and solicits for the new firm, tlie patronage soon as a stock fur a e.imple rives. 2358. 14 -
of bit eW cnstwner* D. C. WILSON.Feb. History of C D. LADD. -Aprils Zinc. Least Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop werk Dr. C. McLane's Cele-

U. 1857. 7-ly ORIENTAL LIFE Newport July! fi, 185fi. 27 Flower Jars. of every variety dune at short notice.

and de.'ciibed tIle Jlost) Perplexing Positions in'd LARrtE sr.rtment of Flower Jam, various Size Cily nnd Country ITIrwIiants brated VERMIFUGE and

.. DENTISTRY.h which the Ladies and Gentlemen of tl.nt Country One 45 Saw Gin A *, Just received and for aide' bvAMES'A Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoi pur
T., h have been so often fuuinl. Th,se Stories will n LIVELY. ehaidng clt ewh rt'. LIVER PILLS prepared
DR. by
SALK a second hand ((!IX of :love size, Las: ,
-TTTILL continue, in future, the practice of DEN continue thrnughout the chile year. nfl l will 8 FOR ..nly n-'eil to !ill st') bales Cuttou, and as April :. 1P5R.' 14 I ci N. B. All articles rnanufactucd from tb&very
TT TISTRY in South Georgia and Middle und prove the Most EKtert iinnj ever offered to the 2Public. good as new. F'r file low hy Left mnterial and warranted durable. No other arti!
< India Rubber le will be offered for sales
EastFlorida. He hss had several years practical uperience McNAUGH ORMOND) A CO. licltirg. ThJfl1fl1: to].
in the profession the 'last three of which has :J: Furnished Weekly to SuhFcriber oily at J November 8. 5o. 45 4 LARGE SUPPLY ..f I.vli.i Ttnbl-f-r Beliinc.of I October !20, 1855. 42

beenln those sections of country. His work i is of the $1 a year. AU lettrrj must I.e nddreased to f\ two, three nml, fimr ply. wiirruntwl: fully
most beautiful aud durable clDimeter aod satisfactionis JOHN S. DVE. Broker. I. White Pine Lumbcr.C to -allier. nnrl 75 p.r cent cheaper ; in fart con,i
guaranteed in every instance. 'I PuIJli..II"I 70 Wall Street.and Pioprietor New & ) :n FEET '\'laitp I'ineLumlier. a,aorfnl.FuitVy ered hy those who have t tried ihrai.niperior to Lenth NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pa. and take
communications .cent to Jlonticello Fla, York. All sizts 'Irorn 4 14 )inches wi. no
to le.
All M\tcb 21. I57. 12-lv .. *- able lor Cabinet Milker SusliniulB.ini I ila- -r con!fnntlyon ACCUMULATED CAPITAL.. . l.l'OO.OOO.1 ,
receive attention as soon as previous engagement kei, or Joiuers Work. Nit often p-irh, a lot for sale hand bY' D. LADD. rTMUS Company issue policies on the live of other

will permit. NEW here. McN AUGHT, 'OUMUNU tk CO. \'pnr'. Oct., 18. 1856. 42 JL White person for one or more years or for the as there arc various

"- -- -- -- COODS. \. S. '56. 45 Town Property for Sale. whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other

BEFEBEXCXi : Dividends declared to the insured on policies issued preparations now
I under-iipied offers' at private nle, the follow- for life.
HOH..J. L. OEWAIB, Tb oman;?.. _a. JOHN PRATOEIOUS Livervand Sale Stable. l"HE ,J!. } PunFREDIAN Mounts
Actuary. FBAXKUX Pre'lt3T"
P. E. ( pur-
] un-lrreijineil, jjives viz: Lila N". 3. ?5. :n, 30.43. 140. 141. 142. 143,
HON. W. S. DIL"OIOORTH, } Yon tj ceUo' FlL MERCHANT TAILOH, W'-s xPrn.t;' lll tu f-E., "" has; pur noiliat -, 7 144.220.2t7.235, < R' .240.t41. 242. 243: 244. 245, Applications received in Tallahassee by porting to be Vermifuge

REV. W. E. HAMILTON. Dealer in Ready Made : chn ed tie Livery St..be! of JjXWilli.im 248. 24G, 250. 252, 253. 25 ?. 256. 25;. 258. 268 all January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS.

HoN..J. C.cGUEE Madison, Fla Clothing and II S"w "m. in Talihissfp!! t"ir, ther with the 1 1J'I..d in the original: plan: of the city TallahuMee. and Liver Pills. All
CoL. B. C. 1oi'i f Gentlemen's AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.
Famishing! Goods. will o1! the l' tal.Ii-hllwltt. and I tint lie is now -ALSO-
,._ !l WIIIT SMITH Al'ieator,FIlL
N. B.-DR. Ccs LEE will he iu Qahicy during the --'-- ---- prepared to carry (>n the btinin ss in all its I bianc'ie' *, Lots Nos. 1,2, 3,4,5, 6. 7, in S. County qr. CAPITAL.$ OO.OO. others, in comparisonwith
latter of the week. I am note reaching my Fall and Winter supply ini'l proni>ea the} public with g./od ac-conmixJatiois; rr HE undersigned, Agent of the above Company.will .
part present -A I. 8 0- '
I in his line on reasonable tprm JL
receive application for and make insurance Dr. McL/iNE's
April 25, 57. 17 of Cloths, Cassimcrfs; VesHngs, <$*c., oj RICHARD SAUNDERS Lot N.'s. 4. 12. 13. 15. 16. 22, 25.. 39, 40, 48, 61 against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings, / are

N. B-.Tnmes T. Heirinj is my duly niitlioriz'Ml fi {.in the South i County quarter. I Furniture,Merchandize,tc. worthless
Notice.LETTEItS Every Color, Style and Quality, n ei.t., and has entire control of the "11-iot'FI. repreBeuting The above described property formerly belonged January 19.1856. 3 B. C. LEWIS.

of administratioh3vir.g' been granted : Inc as fully as if I was r'iia'.ly; pro Fr nt. to (;.v. Brown. For further infirmiti'm, and term,
the let day of June A. D. 1S57. by which I am prepared to make vp in tht most I' RICHARD) SAfJNDERS.S n hih will 1 lit liberal apply to A.Perry Amuker, Esq, Wines( Syrups, &c. The GENUINE McLanes

the lIon Jodse of Probate for the county c>f Leon, fashionable style, on short notice II I I Ii. 185B./ 36 Attorney ut Law, Tallahns-ee. OLD Otard Brandy, Spnrklmg Cider,
State of Florida on the estate of ilenriettn. Mary CHARLES P. MANNING.Until Port Old Port Juice, Vermifuge and LiverA

Croom deceased infant daughter of the} Ute Hardy I AND REASONABLE- TERMS' 50,000 Havana Se ars, sold, the above property will be for rent. )Madeira Brandy Chert ie.,
B. Croom all debts and deminds of whatsoever nature i I -ALSO- A. PErmAlIAKER.. Sherry Sardines, Pills can now be had at'
the the FaLl ALL jiersonB who) "IIII tIIukeEG:fiSI Februaiy; 1G. 185G. 7-tf
estate of llrnrivlta
against Gelatine
Miry j A LAKHE A:'D WELL Sparkling: Preserved Quince,
SCLKCTKD STOCK OF I fin I them t"trethiT with suite chu'!' Tur-
Croom, deceased I. which eha.ll! not l he rxliil ite-l ail
to "
> me Flavoring Extracts respectable
I I kih: ) and TO il\ceo Drug
j Sjurish iimokiiy nt the Dru,' Cod Liver Oil.
as administrator nforcs.iid wi'hin two \'eIre' as pfscribcil I READY-MADE CLOTHING, Sloie ..f AMES) J. Yeast! Powders, Tamarinds,
by the eti.tute of the State of FJoiiJj: iu suth .I LIVELY. k PURE of the) Celebrated Brand lie Spanish Olives, Stores.
'nsistinj of Nov. FRESH Sjueea.Corn .
CVPI,v .rarmrnt 'uital-le f.'r winter 29 1S5G. 4S
case made anJ proiJcJ.shall firever afrmvaid l lie I wear, I r /<: Cirk! tfe Co. such ns Cloaks, Talm 1J.at. 'i .'
t s. <* P.mts tc. Lc
barred nnd notice i ia hen-by given to all creditors.kgstees r For ale by AMES) i LIVELY Worcestershire FLEMING ERO'S
; 1000 Pieces sauce? Salad Oil,
which will be and entitled t diilributi-m that I j
] 8514
) Aprils i Mustard
persons English Capers
Alo. a large lot cof Plain nml Fancy liirt*. Collars, I U--T n-ffiveil. of 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
large vniiitvf.f
their claims and deimnds will! be birred at the J a : every I Claret, Coooa. r. ,
ration of the ffiriod aforcaiJ. and tbi< notice exPi-\\ Underbhirtc.Cra\.lltl.Stock, Ht-if'fdt'. I. c -.101'11 1 quility.! \\fflIjW.lJpeI lug plain! i i Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth AMES & LIVELY. Sole Proprietor
Those thoiou, h oar-fit
desiring a
pleaded in bar thereof tinle-s cx'tioite-l! viihin, will consult! their figuie 1. BonJenug to suit nil.ilcDOUGALL. I Ii January 6, 1856.
own i.-iteres'ts by Kiviua nif a call ns nil the nluve Rugs.
tame GEORGE A. CIIOOM, AdiatV. j articles i ct IIOBDV.Nov. SCOVILitMKAD,
June 6. '.1;. 23-Stn hnve, bt'Enl'l. ctcd with great care and with a : 15, lS:G. 46 A FINE LOT Rrns-je! two and three! Ply Wool Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. Ifo. Ill, Charters St. New Orleans,
special iew to tlieiraduptatiou to this market. : }
I & C.irpftinj Ani. H few pitre Wool aiulCutton General Wholesale agent f>r the Southern 'atea. t
Octolwi 18, IS:6. lv-42 Notice.T A. B.] C IJA! It.lCIE. 1 MILLS for sale the
I at D. LADD.Newport. by Sube-criber. These Sold by Ames A Livelv.! E. Birnard. Jr. Vila
ETTERS of administration bavin? been granted GARDEN SEEDS Oct. 18. ]1C56. 42. Mills have been for annie tune in ue through this megi"n Na>h & Co, Tallahassee.: Flu.; J. S. II. Davboa

to me on the 1st d.iy of June, 1857, by the ll >n. I Ts now receiving his F.tll and Winter Stock ofGoods -- I I nn.Hnwfr part of Georgia situ give perfect sat Quincy ; Gardner A Mill. Newport W. T. Carpets
Judge Probate for the county of ]-'on. State of OROWTII OF ISSfi.; I s uiUMc fir Circular daw iMiil Agency. f.irtion. grinding with case10 bushels and tile rise ter, WMiiketnab ; Jlosely t Pi> <18Pl1lm..r

Florida on the estate of William Henry Cr.i Hil. deceased -''\TE wouM call the attention <,f our friends and p. HE un.krPiIuel line th.aeency fir tIll cale of in the IaV. with J kss than the ordinary gin power applied A Cro. llonticello. S.'ruVvten.pc.M ntire1a!

infant 6on of the late Hardy B. Cnx.m. nil tho-public ijener.l ly. to our picscut Large aud I } JIii 1R DI { \V. lleriick's Iiiipmveii Circular Saw Mill." to j. The maker furnishes a baud to put it up; W. R-gers A On.. Chaltahoochee; BHltitll i WiA .

debts and demands whatsoever nature against the well selected! Assortment of consisting in pr.rt of Fieiuh} an I Eni'linh, Clot)),?, CJ'Ii C't'istin ir or three *iz. s f>'r 42. 48 a.l 52 nr 54 inch I and every ne warranted to give *Dtiffr laiisfaetion.am I on, Mannnna ; Nicholson & Zwler.1 BainbrWge, Ga.

estate of said Wm. Henry Cioom deceased, which FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our I merf- arid Vrttiriijs of all colors. 1111.1 l of the best qual S.iwa. Thest Circulars lire decidedly I the beat in USC.h'aviiiz Cull nod ( them at D.LADD' D. H. Dickinson, Bainbrio'ge ; E. Seixas Thomas TilJ

shall not be exhibited to me as administrator afore- if V. which he i 9 pr"|itre: ,l 111 manufacture' to or-Jer on I neveral iri.r've-ments) Ter tire Page" t'r any I April 21.1355, 16. Ga. .
aid within two as prescribed by Ole stat ,te of Seeds are procured from a CoM Clim' te nndconsequently" : -
years the '
: i m '*t rias"nil.litirms; and in the iimrt ;.jW!: PutM-t! in use. The cost is about ? February, 857. 8-ly
the Slate of Fi 'ridd. in sui-h case made nnd proviiitr), .will fl-nri the bettEr in ft warmer'>ne, i, I nnJ ?450' for vari'!.;,j 300, o3 ORANGE SPRING
shall forever afterward be hatred ; and notice is hereby i such liS (Iurl' tT:: Call enilv or j' ': yocroidcrs, I FASHIONABLE MANN: Fizrg.nccj.rdin utmearriage, es db Li'Vo1y
given to all creditors, legatees and persons entitled i- 1 that! VoU may secure theuidif'1I v'nu d lc"'Ir., I Ac. For further purticulars apply to Male & Female Seminar
I I Together a g-ncral assortment of DANIEL LADD. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
to distribution that their claime IlJd 1 ciO'mnn.ls AMES.
will be barred at the expiration of the peroiafircsaiIimless I January 31, 185' 5 LIVELY. READY-HADE CLOTHING, Newport. Fin, November 3. IS!5. 44 THE situation of (hi. Institution i is at ore of the fJiJ: Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .fJ

exhibited ifilnin tlie anj this i wid that will with uf Clothing : t Sulphur! ; Springs in the ountry. and is un-
fraaie t)-tice t.itI1)1r favorably any Mi'ck Shoes 11. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. .tt
Kerseys Linseys and Blan for health. Ii i H of
b surpassed easy access for steamboat
; pleaded to bar thereof. ever 'xhibl"l for f 11.! in thi' city conMsMnir! of
GEORGE A. CROOM, AdmlV. p New Books Fine IJI.nk all.1 1 C"flro.,1! Cl-tli ami Frixk l'-.ats.. kets. and a few hours staging. Perfumery, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instrument,
The Principal with the experience of twenty Tear Spkes Snuff, Window Gla.M. Paint,
June67. 23-Sm Fancy Cairinit-rc auJ 1 Beaver Frock a: d Business
JUST received a l.irirc nsyortinent of J I r Contg 1 A AAA YARDS aasorted Kerseys and Ga and aided J by a corps (competent assistants will devote Oil, Vanishes. Putty "lilauufilrfurt111'ow.eco.

:" B"oks, (..lIopri.io:": _, : I Black: nn I colored Cloth Beaver and Pilot O'er'ark JLUjUlA/*. his whole lime to the im rnvement ufLi"pupits.The and Glass Ware, Puteut Medicine. -
Singefs Sewing Machines Standard' with: ('rkPrOSl'all the IWtrv nml! Ho : Jjnrtonts, JJlIlI yards Wool and Cotton! and Wool Lioseys, third session will commence Monday, January Fine SuanrFin: Tooth, Pure Wines and Ur n iH
nia'es.' rwent ph'icatii : l/'OU' pairs mixed and white Blankets, 12, 1857. Fur partic-lar nd-re! s, and Hair fur Mtdicin.sl
irrey Brushes
great reputation of Sutler's Sewiu; Machines, I I5ificiorts and I Ilildrrth', Unite.l Hn-jl.iii'u Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere1'nnfs purposes
\tat .
THE founded on the fact that they arc perfectly toe.Mutle"d IHII'< piiis )Rnset Bro an*. R. ANDERSON, Pl neipal. Paint Brushes, Fancy A i title*. ,_
of the Dutch
Ilietory Republic,just pub- With Wool Hats. O-naburgs and such Jike articles Nov. 29, 1856. 48 Fiiw Havana .
adapted to every variety of work. ami th-it each one l!1.f"1.Ati.on'lC Bent Grenadine B.irnlhea Sntin nnil Cloth Vestr, Garden Seeds Segar.
of them, kept employei will tarn not less than Continuation of the of Fancy Velvet. Caevimtie, Silk and Cashmere do., foi Plantiiliun use, in any quantity, by They La verrcently received; a Ltntp and Fes
History Europe ,. LADD. Lumber.WE rupply of variety of an icJe wnally kept ly
Whito Silk di every
One Tltowand Dollars A Year. Cth nnl 6th volumes.Abiitt'e .. .
Newr-rt 0 .
Gents' Shawl .. Ii evinsf Robe Fine ShirU Silk, 18. lR/ 42 dru sts. Planters and Physician will ;lwaj* Lad
All full end reliable > 11011 l ScottV Napoleon' Bjnnp-irte Theirs' have on hand Five or Six hundred Tbousan
persons desiring information ; I this eiablubonent full of
at a supjly even thing
Cotton aii'l Merino Un-If shirts ace
French Revo'ution Gibb"n'H r feet of l SEASONED of dis
about these 1D3chinl's-sizes. prices. modes of purchasing ; ; Hume nn-l) MHcanleyV Hotice every ded. and un the moat liberal Urn
Englin'l. 2rd nnd) 4th volumes! Cauto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. cription. which will be delivered in TaHuhasse low.lliose .
Ac.-can obtain it bv letter otherwise ; U-ilin's! An .
applying by or Orders fn m the Country r.rompy0filied' ? :and f atu fa.
for a copy of L M.SIXGEO. Co's., Gazitte. a rient History; Thirlwall's OreeciR; beautiful Pictorial Paper entirely devoted to Sewill"Macbwe IVf-scotl's Ferdinand, and I3abeI! ,,. Mexico.) Pi.ru. \ .. 1111.1) voncliPrs, )

Physician's preacriptioo arefullj
0 Philip the 2nd nnd MiscrllanrmK Rn-bell's A central sortmont of Fancy nml Black Siknd bate, .Jc.rl'rl..n: A. R. COMBS & CO. t'omfocD
Modern ) <
inteiests. It will be sent ; Miunty, is( executor of the. estate of .
gratis.Local Sat in Stocks, TIM Hiid Cia vat". Collar colored ami I Also,Eppuic'a cooipuuud Fluid Lxlrucl ot i.uchi
Europe; Hnllanri s llt ti>iic.il .'orko; Tire U'oiks CII( ? Holt.11 R. J..iies. late Agents Iril Jiiicon. A'Mwoi Ool.lsmilh }Irviijr. HNltt, while Ki.1 l and) H ilk Glovt Buck and LiIc Tuna I a-k for a discharge Horn "IIio.l pxecut 'nil-in. Jan 5. 1851C

Wanted in every Town in the United States, to wbomliberal Dickens; Irving'* Life of Wnphir.gton Spar,k's'hIlt.- do.. Li'lii-: (JinnlUfp superior Linen. Can.brie ansi ROBERT D. JOHNSON Exfr. Notice.SIX -
inducements are ottered. ington and Hwdley's Wflshington; Chainlxr's I ilsCtl'aneons Silk: H.mdkerehief'} Br-iwn an 1 r F;incv" (Jot ton. Ll- March 14. ':7. ll-6iii Turpentine Farm for Sale.T7XR .
N. B. -We have made arrangements with manvditors "Willing, in 10 volume library I T'rl'I.1! ; and Marino i Hose. styli.Cliamber'm ; Sale about eleven hundred of I land together
: I acre -
of Leon
nnd publishers of BUY. county my accounts
newspapers highly profitable CyeJ'peflt: of American Liirrature. 2 JL
in FairbanksSITUATED with small farm and
Ferrv a inprot't1menta'Dd
satisfactory to them and trih to make irni volume, just issued), containing an account (.f the: : October 18. 185C. 42Cofiee. vouchers ns Administrator <>f the estate of Matthew
lar contract with every newspaper and ruagaziue iu :literature of our country fi.nn,, its 4ii.ovt.ry to the on the Orlockne River near the O or. .. All)-n,Ifoenced and at the. same time apply for a will be sold JOHN at a bargain, inquire of .
present H. RHODES A.P.PULLET.Wakulla
the country. For full particulars addrecs with Memoir final discharge i horn the fuilh r administration of said or
day a the Authors und extiHtts lCrly known II" th Lynn Ferry being Fla. Oet ,ber4. J858. 40
L }.SING ERA CO, from their writing The best book of the kind extant cll\rt..rl'.lllll.1! well fsubhshe'l ; nnd having n estate. It G. ALLEN.
823 Broadway 2Tew: York. 9 SACKS Prime Rio, 5 Mnrnraibo, new and! excellent Ferry Boat ter. feet wile and filly Feb 14, '57. 16mAdministrator's

March 28,tn. 13-8m Simnj's Border Stories and Revolit ionnry Romances 4\J Landing from Bnxlie. nail fur ale bjMcNAUGHT fet I..u.tI"'ing competently nod constantly attended, Insolvent.Estate Notice.STATE .

in sets; Statesman's Manual; History, of,the : .* OUMOND & CO. the IIwll'rl.i.lIl'ol111,1,, re8|>ecthiilyy; illf"1 In all who Notice. OF FLORIDA, )
M/lrc1t21. 57 12
Notice.ALL Republic Webster's and Culhoun's Work's to ero-, the Uiv thni Ih.-
; complete, -r cnn crnw nt Fair- mllllthsltftf'r date I will present to the Hon. Pro- JEFFERSON COUNTY. f
toG volmnes. buiiYs Fury nt, all times with mill SIX
persons having demands against the estate of 11otice.SIX case safety whethwisli l te Court of Oadsden: county. my account sal I a ANDREWS *h-iflT and admiiistrfrf
Hazzard late Blank Books and Stationery. Letter, Cap Legal er the water is hi.'b or low. WMj
Qadsden county, do- vouchcrn a* admiitUtrator de boniit non of the .state of
of the late
estate of Dai id WoolC
and Account Paper; O1J nnd Steel Pens with and) months after I fliall HARRISON I FAIRBANK. I
Ca$15d will tAb notice that they rnust prcsent'thVm date. ; oie!ent my final nc- (,Jnmes P..iud..xttr.clt'l'tJ\IIl"d.) allff J at the timenpnly
i. without htmdlrs mme Jefferson county, deceased, ha* filed in the rVobat
to the DDdertigoed dcly auUieotte ted within the timepmeribed ; Envelopes fancy and plain; Visit iinl, voucliem t" 11. H'sn.JuleisfPrsiiit* Jan.17..7. 3 for a final discharge from the further admini'tratinof
I office Jeffenon written thai
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar i jag and Pl:1yinCarda; Ledger Jodrnals. D.I v. for Jrffcinon county ns lmini trator of I the .tntt> (,f .ai.t etatl" % HUDSON MUSE. county sogzestioa

of estate their are recovery breby;notified-to and all person mate*' indebted immediate to said Books ucnally, Record found )ia our sad biiMne PuM-R-oks!. and every article fur Atle a discharge B. Lord lite from(.f BimlailiniiiutratorxhipTWM said )county, ileci-usejl. and ask, Dr. P. P. LEWIS Quincy, Jnn. 1 7, 57. 3-6 ra be Thereupon believe the nolice aLate i i.of'DavU given to,Wunli all pt'rI'Ot15(w be il1l..1nftL having

meat thereof. to the undersigned. 'pay Kov. 15. 46 MoDOUOALL) A HOBBT. R. LORD, Adrnt'r.Aplill1. GIVES notice tn his friend and pat LIME. claim against said estate to appear and .til.I the tame

JAMES SMITH Sh'ff '57. 15-6m ,_ that lie i i. now in po seion of with the Judge of Probate of said county, CD or before
and BBLS.Lime'fresh and in the 12th of December next when tLera will
officio Notice all the Intent improvement Dent's-: 100 good order,just day ,
ex Admt'rWflllahi landed and for ale byMcAUGUZ be distribution of the funds 1wlt1l1 to
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Plow tr1st., The extraction cof Tteth. without po-raU ;
JaDe a, 5G. !3-8 Iron!and Steel producing '
ALL person having demands! against the estnt*I. pain bv the aid of a local application which consists ORMOND & CO said vtate,amonirt the creditors tbereol'at which

Budd, Adminijtrator of Lenora P.Crensbaw, decei>0fd, late of Lent IJ.li Iron. 1 inch to 8 inehes, in npplin(an artificial freezing mixture to the parts November R. 1856. 45 time 'he aaid Wiftiam H.'Atulrews will apply f f bit

_W. 0. Hiller. deceased,and in bit county, are hereby notified to present them to the SWEDES R. d. Hoop and Nail H\I., until fully bt-nmnltod. 2.1. The imniediatet'ifertion' of final diachare.from the administration ,.t said ettate.

own right and in right of hi*wife und rt'ilCUe(1 aduiiuiftrator properly; authenticated, Pl.iw Steel, 7. 8 9 and In inches. n Tcnipi'rury: S..t. on Onttu Perclm which can be Notice THOMAS J..OHAC '

aa.beir* At Lav of Elizabeth" wit.hin'the time prescribed by law or {thl'YIll be ; A large stock. Ian:linu per M .lIlic. nml for sale by worn with comloit. and ease till the Gums are fullyprepareil demand Judge Pn.baU.' .
thler4eceaaed barred; and all thos indebted arc requested ((0 make I McNAIJWIT" ALL persons having against the estate March 1, '57. 10-9inNotice -
) ; In CbIMU"n ORMOND & CO. for n psrinanent Set ; then inserted on A data Grarnling.deceased,1at.of,Leon county -
,., payment immediatelv. March 'n. 12 that Iwuutiful cnlledcontinin-us
IoMadiionCfr JOllY 21. ) plan Gums, nhich are are hereby notified to present them.properly authenticated -
Joba" L., Miller Administrator, of cui' Court. C. CRENSHAW, AdmtV. KII much worn Mini) admired, fur beauty,strength, and tp the undersigned 'administrator wfthin. -

Elizabeth Miller, deceased, Alexander May 18.57. 2o8wNotice. Gentlemen's Furnishing perfect clemilinerB.My the time prescribed by.law. or ,they will Le barred; SIX months after date the undersigned will'prweol
P. Miller Tbona J. 31. 1856. 23 and nil those 'Indebted are requested to make payment account and voucher to the Judge ut Probate

Miller,.:Elizabeth C. MiUler and .GOODS. immediately.. for the county of Gadadeo and ak lor a !w.
w m.l.-M\1ler.- I HAVE placed all notes mid account for eervice* T INEN bn mod Shir' In Leon Circuit Court. A.P. GRAYLING, Adat'r. settlement and discharge from the aaruinlstralorttip

IT ac' to ibt *ati*cti&n of(the Court that i of my ftUllion ** John' Gilpm," in the hand of (4. LJ Silk Under' Shirts. Drawers.CullnrK. Daniel K. Granger and Jom< May 1C, '57. 20-8w of the estate of W'. P. Larkioa. late of ai4 eivntj

)'.Miller,.Thomu J. rjflrr. Elizabeth C. TOWNS END of Tnllahassee. for' collection and I Cm vats. Napoleon Ties. etc., etc. B. 'Gamb'o. late partners deceased. .THOMAS ILSCOTT. Adm"'.

a Hitler and'Wm.J,)- &.Ate, noQ-ra i JenU of' the .ettlementr: Those. indebted will take due notice Landing from )>riMvMic.. nnJ for sal<* by t trading. State cf Florida: .. -,, ihereofanI oblige by.au early attention. t<. the tout, Mo A tIGHT. OllilOND 4 CO. (Gamble, 8)) Sum sworn to 275. *.
It I* therefore ordered. that utj defrnanJpt{ >ear ter. JOHN EVANS. lllm'la 21. '.n. 12 "* vs. 17. Damages, $500.Thomas Joseph N. WWtner an-1 In Leon county, Saws. .
to and pleador demur to said Ifhy-SO. 1857.; 2S8. Eveline Uiinv. Willium Home I
answer Bill on or be P. Randolph. J ::& GRIFFITH'S. ar-l "BOB 'CO'1I
for.the firvt Monday in November ,next, Otb rwlH India Rubber Packing. 1"'UE Defenilnnt. and nil other persons interested, and J sw Hume, infant heir Middle Circuitof i WELcH! Saw, f rum 4 2 to 54 iudieSi'Z._ ,i *
the Bill thall be taken u confessed' :against th"m. :Notice INDIA RnbberPavlin. of nil thicknerses from 3- hereby notified of the institution. the above Jesse Hume, deceased., tantly fur isle at a cojumiofioa on .BiannmctorepricM.br

And it b farther ordered. That a copy f this or persona'bGVlUg'denunda against the citato i incli. ronotmitly on baud at 6D. LADD. suit by attachment unit are required to appear and IT appearing (I. the Court by affidavit of B. F. 'I D.LADD. _

der published ia snewspser printed m TallaliM- ALL TTxmia Sander .Jate of (> d dtfu county, Newport Oct. 18. J 8M. 4i plead to, the dcclarati" filed therein Wbitm-r, EK. that the, stud infant defend] u.ti Newport, December 20. 185*. *1 _

see. Florida, ooea- week tar four Mpolht. PsistCbes.tbi8&bdayofJure.1B5t td dece4 U. wilt tatej JxHice- that Uwy mu.t prwntt L ', : COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Cl'k. Eveline Hume, William,Hume'ap/l Jessie Home, re _

--. .- them* C the undersigned duly ,antheutiftitfd within llotice Lnr G' ApriU. 1857. 14 -4m side beyond the jurisdiction of ibis Court and Ix-vm d
.r.WAYLES B1EB-J- .,. tteriroe act ibed by,Iar this notice will be the limit* of this State;but within the United States :. Notice., :
.1..11, 'a- 14; *ffl ,- T }.Jtad Jo ,liar of tbeir ,recoverrncf, tUtjp nunt in. SIX Months. lifter dale the nndertigned i adminietrn- Notice It i i. ordered that aid defendant appear and answer vemnnt having demands uaM4 .h. 'taU "
.- .- re debted "ftf theitateiifLiwisM; SawsTrsdeciiaed. the bill on or before the first Monday in October ALL
: n tDajd entat*are hentbr ix>UAKtu a ake im.mediatft next : Cliarle Wjllumaoc..I.t*ofjJtidi o0ts0
", : *. lute O-f Leon will made' 'ii, ,final exhibit MllntbllCler rate I Mull) '
'- luerniif the c-ninty, to < present my final ac.itin1 otherwise tha Oornplaintnf Hill .I nall be taken M taka. taa
: :. '.; ., payment to un4tr4e& SIX as ty.State of Oenrjria. deeeaaed, m nptki
the Jud e of ProhAfe of tsid,ctmniYan ;xtasrtQ .: ,JAMSMtTII4band MI. ot ; Proridtd. That tjii rder be, published 'they t' ; them to tbs thsdqi.tgn4.daIy aathenU -
lor ; present
"fU O'' .".-. lot.t -. .: 1f 'r J ;'n .ftkto'Adrot'r. Icb4t'Jlt"d. '_ JOSEPH D, ;OaR TIE. Adl t'r trite, of Loot COt1l\ty. ns executor of tlie'-estate of once'a week for four month, immediately preceding ated wilhio the t t&n Tfe* rlb d: lay 9*' this

4 .'i: r.9f' .1- ,J., J. 6.:"" :o.: .ts.-tw. .Arrill8.. 'l166ro'. : J.hn 0. ok. d deceased 111'" i-f said l count v. and ask to the saul rule day in: OetouerT ia soiat'newipaper published noticeTrilt, 1 IM pfead.fnJ* ot the> rfCT
.<, 'KayQ' 1" : ,-. l -. bet dMrlmnpiL ,THOS. J. ROBERTS Exl'r.April8. ia the City of TallahaaM. ibdabted to sId wUU, an, terabr nolvwa. .
: -, : .:":" \Jli FlUidOYk' Jr/ers .Ccuktou.2Von.Tera V ; ., 1857.A1r1hMy .. .. 'n.. 18." 1I1 Ordered at Chamber, thia th.twenty. first day ,make persons im.ioediate-patsnDot.t ',: 'f .
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t ,At ch fit.. I.f Mar, A. D 18 '. : 'EW1UJXU: WILtU M59f.at'r.; .
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1r.".. J'i.;01'9:; \,. "4 l1Tj1Vt; ;4V.i eci ,.),d *. ::I 0, Damagi ?50<\ ':-Notjcb. May2367.I ,/; WAYLIS. .BAKEBl JaJge. :Mar'5, '87. "I8-Swr- ." ". ,
'.1.. ; J LlD&tJ tf 1d; .ESGa inariJ3A Sum Sworu.,' .8, SIX Month after ./ t'L .: ; Ait -.; nj"HE,Drlca&wt, and all j ther*interested,are herfl final vount and voucher n* administrator on l Maokerel'.and-HerrIDg. -,'
."t'.' -:.. -p i- >- : _'"-, .'f"-.iI.' ,, by notified;: of tHfi'oomm'OCfmeiit: of this cult by the estate nf Wm. Laffmn tkeeaied Jute) :of Leon Boots and. tRW ..:D.BUt'.eh:1: 'sekhet' and

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