The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00542
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00542
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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LAWS OP"fME UNITED STATES' nom newago; by weavers mifli to white From bastings, via' hampton lewiston, salem -township. From camden, via belleview and berrlen, rrom mineral point bylindencoustspe;

river. northfi 'd, cannon city and faiibault, to st From Cambridge, guernsey county, via to tylcr.From. highland, talaskerjmi5ca4ajanrd"orlon. to tail: _

[CO CLt7DED.] From Isphamville, by cedar spiings, nel. peteh creighton, adamsville, to dresden, in muskin- indianola, by'new braumfels andmiddietoh road, centre.' -

CLXVIIt-An Act to establish! certain Po t- sontownship, in ken county, John moores, rroni hnsUn'it cannon, faIls: td man- gnm county, ohio, [28 miles.}' to frederickscurg. From bQrlingfan fo the'county of racingby !" _
CHAT\ 1tods. and thorn l ins, In mecosta county, to croton torville. From new london to centrevillp. Frem cbafleville! via lafayette, bacon's. the way of Vienna,'honey ieek seaxt t14 '

From Gardner to Damariscotta. and the forks muskegon river. From monticello, via; bufTalo and red cedar From lees, in athens county, td berlins J iI< store, to quitman. and Troy Centre'',' In thtcouDt1 of 'Ws'orcafteiv

From sabatus to Lewis town. From corunna, by hartwellville, perry, and island lake, to traverse du sionx. Broads. From palestine to alto springs. .. .'
MARYLAND.From woodhull, to lanslng.! From mineapolis via greenwood and buffa. From sunfish to woodsfield. From Henderson to Carthage, via Grand rrom port andrew,via epri\t\ ra;pet.rtburg. .

,- From oU-osso' by maple valley and st John la, to forest city. l rroni marysville, by the Heritor rl pike, to Bluff. and ladgdc'ns, to lynxfttle.! .
freeland. via' union meetinghouse. to to lyona.Froni. FromrnineapoliB, via hutchinson! and red bokes creek P O. From linwood, by the rossel place near From ontonagon to superior.: :

paper mills. bw'dssoj by benninglon woodhullto river, to, pernbina. From Canton, Stark county via Mount the ferry on npuces river and haucock's, to From hudson; Via .river falls foreetvilfe,
From churchviHe!! by hartford furn nr. toperryman.i1le lansiii 1 From elliota to prairie du chien, wiscon. Airy and McDotialdsviile\ !! to akron, in Sum noyallis prairie.jn trinity county. seelys, to odrth pepin. "

and by the nic&i direct public Frdrri flint, to flushing and north ,'!nice, to sin; "via freeport, wemkanh, \rnter+ille, and mit county. ( From nnderson\ia kellums sulphur spring rroni.riyej; falls, in pierce cunly to brpokf

I roads. c rttnn:1.: Johnson B l landing: io\Va. From pomeroy, chlo: via Chester! Meigs lee's vassbuiders, Wilson's store, Joseph hen. yule In it crcli! 'county, ** ').* ,

From upf r hialboro, via hill'!. bridge, rrom cor nr.a, by ch'ia\Viig !S; vcracrt end: From g"re's\vood! to forest city. county, coalville athens county, belpre Washington son's to airfield. rrdm mineral point. .to orion and richlaad
bristol and ddnSrk! to friendhp.! bryon, to howell From iriririe!: p'olis, via watertowni camden i courty, ohio to parkersburgb, Virgin. From: bonham, via kentucky town and pilot centre. .

From piscataway; in prince george'a coun- Froci Johns, by gardnijrs corners, prng. glehcoe, highland lake, lake addle hutchinson m a. grove, to mckinney. From labrojie i in jargct, 'lake hokah, sans

lv* to pomunkey, in charles cd'dnty. brbok; pompeii, gratiot centre and st louis, cedar city, and forest city, to rnonlicelIo. Frc'rii dayton; in rrioulgomery county, via From, Springfield, by killsborough, wur. jacitito, houston, rusafcrd, chat eJd,.hIgh forest _
From Cambridge to a convenient! point to the country.seat of Isabella county. clayton, to centre, I in s':',ij, county. yule, fort worth, and mount calem.} to birdi- to mankota, minnesota) territory. _

near hills point From st louts, by midland, to hampton. From st augusta to torch. OREGON. ville. rom uuleitb, illioois/'Via pOJtosi, .to. .12-

From Cambridge to a con t1tent! point on From midland b)? titibawasse, and jay, to rom Et augusta to Jencoe. rrb'hi corvallis in benton to Eu. From t"Jer'ia, hamburg, telico, to wax!. caster, wisconsion. ." .' .... ."
the railroad from doVer to aeaid.From saginaw. prom st augusta to tbrett city. county hatcbie. From! haylegrcon, via mecke!:s'nirj!rjQtFromwing ...
via office the coast forkon
city, pierces on -
Cambridge, alry's! : meeting house, From east% sawinaw, by Portsmouth, to NEW YORK. the williametteo river, to Winchester, in From crockett By randolph, caltnop3an'd groye, 2ln t.Ue. 1't'geJtfIh. -: : 6-r'l .
and drawbridge, to Vienna.
bucktown hampton. fishers, to nacbogdochbs. : ville, via ayjvester and.iiWwJ
From federalfebuig to Vienna, via harrisonand From vassar, by watrouvilie, fairgrove and heim From and st lotville johnsville, to,whitesburgh.From via cram crtzek. cppen- douglas county. From Clarksville, via mount pleasant: to ton's raiili; bascobel l 'manhatton- 'maTi- < tti;' ,
CrotchSrs ferry: akron auch ville. PENNSYLVANIA.From toworsville
to Tyler. to visroquar. 4 r. :
Froth cnmbridge; va church creek, tobacco From vassar to port sanilac. rose by huron, io r.orth.huron.. Bristol, via Londebaughs corner Ox. From henderson, vhs knoxville( larissa And From ,newport, via plainville,'point f ,,tI :

... stick, tnylors island, golden hill, lakesville to Frord bridgeport! to corunna. rrom. crosbyville, via buena vista, to howard ford Valley, Summervillc, and asliland! to kic.kappo, to palestine in anderson county. quincy, ,strong's 'prairie, grand rapids,,ami. -4

bladenburgh.: From fentonville, by tyrone, hartland, fork to dallington.From From Austin to fredericksburg. plover portage, to Steven's point.
From chenarigd harperville.rrdm .
From princes unne to fairmount. north brijjhton, and whitmoro lake, to Ann bethlehem to bath. From tarraut, by paris and laka creek, to From hudson to st paul.. : _
I9rom prinfces anne to'deals island. arbor." pamyra, walworth, to ontano. From new castle, via brooks: harlandsburg jernigan. From hudson via river falls: and rush river;
From princes anne to tyaskin. north Branch and bnel From hOpkinton turnpike, via duane, to and pelain to cenlrcvilln( rock From austin via florence and north .
From lapier by to nialone.From't! grove steppng gatcsville, to pepin. :} .
From kingsthn to shelltown.MISSISSIPPI.. lezington. post office. to Waco. From huchoC to! p'resccit Increase prairie
rome to lowell, by vernon
From Altncnt, by Gobdland, to Nfcrth centre Irhox knox to i boackville and From bristol, by londo, boroughs; corner, From j JHSper, by anderson's ferry on the du chien to stillwater do.
1 From hillsboro, by sherman hill, to gar- branch. hamilton., corners, Oxford Valley, suramorville? and Oakland, to nngrlina liver, motts, jonesville, In chero. From prairie du chien. by Johnson's landing .

landville. s- From croton to IraVBrse city. and dallington.From I kee count}'. aud wankon iowa, to elliotta, minneiotaterritpry. ,

From ocban Springs! id dxvyer's ferry, in From transerse city, by glen harbor; and woodward From claiksburgh hollow to,monton's by new corners.oregon Bristol!, va! Centreville and Falls! to From Galveston 1 via' Richmond, to Lka- t

Jackson county. carp river, to rib'rtbporil: From ,west sand I lake by south sand lake Yard leville. grange. From tewannee: to sturgeon,bay., _
I:< From okalona, fd! fe'dladdi!! Jb arepta; From traverse city, by J cotigHertys mission and north uassau, to hodge, corners. From S-intelegville! via londy creek and From cdffcrville! ; upshur county, by lafayette From green bay to Wansac. 4

From patilding! by) colemanna: abd rcarlcg and centrefille, to north port.rrrtll From booneville( to constable. luttotl's corner, to evansburg. Bico.n'e slcre end hooker's to quitman, From columbus, via -\ht rIco! ; t to Jeffer

creek:; to otoha. traverse city by Stephens charlevoixand From illion, via Columbian cedar. from reading, in berks county, Io New in wood county. -. son. '

,. From oshaldna l via palmfetto ind chaster- little traverse, to du'ncan. vrll and winfield, to west winfield.springs, holland, in lancaster county. !'!.cm austin, via up the west bank of the From rwaupacca, via sccundinarla io ste-
troth moutcalm muskegon | From staddardsville clifton, to sumrr.erEvilje. colorado to burn's ford from thence .
nIle, to ellistown. greenville, by From carthage, via natural bridge and diana ; by mormon vcns point. i
From bearerdari, By> napler! and bwenton, rapids.From to edwards. mill!1 to hamilton. From Wyocena, via Pardeavilla to Mon-
to eratal: greenville, by north shade, to gratiot From saxonburgh, via cypher's cross roads :Frdmnacogdoches,by rainbolts, Caledonia tillo. -
From hillsboro* via Sevastopol! and steels, centre: NORTH CAROLINA.From and winfield furnace to)late. helL, and Walnut Hill, to Carthage! in Panolacoiiniy. From warsaw to bayfield .

to Philadelphia. horn escanawba, by sturgeons river, and raleigh, via new hill baywood, oak. ;From kittaning, via! daviss' knoxville., rural From bayfield to superior. .

From westville tb barris ille. rlbrth rhainstee, to sault de ste Marie. laad, egypt, the gulf carbonton, to earth- village: to dayton. From istib, via burleson, to gatesville. Fram falls of at croix, to bayfield, mlnne

.S. From Yazoo city. to W H Lambeth's, bhtilver : From hillsdale to angola, Indiana, via reading 8ge. From brady's bend, via: miller's ferry and I From fort belknap to preston. sota. -. -,
creek. and fremont From burnsvilie! to m dhall. black fox furnace, to callensburg. I From liberty hill to lamposas. Frcm berlin, in marquetle county, to slo

From macon, by marshalville; l IduSsvllle, MINNESOTA. Morn burnville! Via crab tree, blue ridge, From worthington to millersburg: ,! From sabine pass: via beaumont And jasper vens point, in portage county.WASI1IN4TON .

I new prospect, french camps, middletbn! torrolton. From st paul! to budson, Wisconsin. < .turkey{ cove; and thomas creek, to marion; From new Washington, via miller's store, to San Augustine. TERRITORY.. .*
rrofh ashbdro, via! ct-dar falls, frankinsville, horton's and neal's mill, to punxsatawney.From From RCsiin to Benleson.From '
From hrownsville to makato, via wilton From cowlitta landing to boice, fort pralrie. !.
From scorbar! to cooksville. and reed ireclt, l longs riill, f to graham. southwest to garland. freclercksburg! to austin. .

: From Charleston, via big rfibund! to M-- rrom winebago red wing agency.to verona, via owatonia From reed creek to pittsboro. From callensburg: to reimenburg in clarion From San Auguitino via Cartnage andbrewster's I Frdiri pacifiii ciiy to. olympia via oyster-
!:rom clizabethon to clinton. I. !t bluff to marshalls.
Salt, uiissisMpp!. and wilton. county. ville and bruceport.' '
From grenada, vn tascahama and big From red wing, via owatonia, to blue earth From: hendersonvillc, via John evans, eolo- I I'rum r-iorrisljale: !I to k y I artown. i From la grange, in fayette county; to gnl- I From cathlamet.to. olympis.!
mound: to McNtitt mon whitakers, jesso Israels, to curtis, in From punxsatavney; speankles! mill, to : veston, via richmond; From oakpoint mount prairie. .
From pittston to greysporl. city. buncombe count}'. plorisantvillc.! i From austin to gatesville, ccyell!! county.: .
owatonia to gleneos' via Hender- plympia to fort ,via
From hferhiihdb; in de sota county, via a. From rrom hendersonville to buncombe Fro!in I laporte, via eaglesville. fork vi lie, el- From huntsville, via:. niBdisonvll! )!;, leona, : than eaton's and selm prairie.montgomery rra-'.,."
htidson's austion. From good springs, via aumans hill and dreds, shenk, to canton. centreville, fairfield, anil corsicanica wax- ;
:reahutta ferry, to .
From red wing, via wasioga, ia dodge From steilacoom to fort walla walls, via
matamoras, to troy. From brady's: bend to miller's eddy. ahatchie.:
madiscnville :
From canton, i-ia arid den.
to 6t nicholas in freebron road.
sontown to Hillsb'oro. county From, owatonia to hastings, in franklin.county.! From troy,. by jair.es pages, to plank roadin From wind gap p. o. by bnshhill center, to I From' tyler, Hy 1 Hamburg! brownsboro, a- military From steilacoom to saaule.i .
j randoipll! county. moorstown o. trunst buffalo taos, to waxahatchie.
From wahalak! scoober. p. -
j From red wing; via pine islands, and man- From childsvllle} bocne. I From Indiana! : tc v'- 'sL lebanon, in" Indiaml.county. I From anucrsoa, via kellem'a springs, Lee, i Approved, Aug. .18, 1856. '
MISSOURI.From tooviltc in .
( to SQStrn, mercer cxmnty.. tram. cherrjfielJ, via tonaway, cain creek, I washbimdee's, wilson's stdre, and hensons to '
hartville, via hcfcory! springs! toThomasville. From owatonia to st rcboss'ia! lemon castatohee, to Niger trail.Trotfl "" -- *- from centroilUpAun' creek p. o. throughmercer's I fairfield. CHAP CLXLX.-An set supplemental to an act .a>
titled .
admanviHe.! Mtn act to amend tb levera! act rupscthiCoprgbtw
; milton to moorc'a store. to middle creek o. alto .
valley, p. : From liraumpte- approved February ttifd, 'iigUaia
From aaron rock to ccmbridge.: From minneeka !io oronc'kaia beaver From reed creek, via John popes, isaiah SOUTH CAROLINA. I From cedar city, via harmon's pine valley, buadredzd&-! _' -' IK '*"* ""' *** #'.

t From caledonia to cenlreville. dam and greenwood. cheeks, John!? brewers; to robert goldstone in to santa cruz. Be it enacted by tbe Senat and HousejofRepresentatives
From hermitage to lynn cre 'k. rrcfn st paul to west-milan, ;iowa, via can From natural grove to Johnsonvilie. I of the United States '.
of America
reridolph co'dnty. From paris, by Wright's ferry, on red river
North Car.
i From warm fork, via mammoth springs! non falls, niantorville: !! ; pleasant valley, frank- -. From gibsonville!; to summers mills. From YorkviHe to lyon's store, lackfatah, eaglestown pytchlin's howell's in Congress asaembfed, 'fhat any _, '

t arkansas, to smi'hnille': arksnsas. ford. lime spring; new Oregon, and fort at- From shocco springs to belford. olina.From o. via. neil graham'e, harris' mill, and tterritt's, to hot springs, in t copyright hereafter granted under the laws

From osccola to montervallo. kinson. From shelby, via sloans, store, and zion jefferson p. arid Arkansas. of the United Slates tQ'tHe.auiHrbr,prefprla1-
From Versailles to California. From winonjl to tnanliato, via Stockton, church, to newton. blackeney's bridge, lynchwood, perkins, UTAH. I tor of any dramatic! composition designed"or8nit .

From chamois, via: baileys reek, pryor's dlica! st cbarlee, &c. From eagle rock to newton. to camden. for public representation, shall be
Anoka to Henderson via From lexington court house, by sawyer'smill From cedar: city, via harmony; pine valley,
mill mount sterlit if: to del phi. I From mitchc'ntir station to smilhfield. deemed and taken to bonfer upon the said
bull to f. m. rastes, From Appleton, via Attenberg N r.lys ka. From winston to yankinville, b)' {the \vay: (;fred !, swamp author or proprietor bis. hoira assigns,
landing, pleasant bill and Jackson, to apple Frem la cross, Wisconsin, vIa! hokah. to de- I plain, cast bend, mt nebo,' Yadkin institute chesterfield, camden c. b.,, fia to cheraw.Jefferson, McCroghan, VIRGINIA.From along with the sole/right print and publish

creek. corah. ; and; jonesville. II mOJ.gantoV"ia .Urffington, clinton the said composition, the sole right also to
From Apple Creek to murpbrysboro, Illi From st cloud to superior; wisacnsin, via Fron1tioslon to glen'o'; ferry; red plains, : From hill ninety to lichardsonville.six depot, via cocpc'rsville, furnace and gladesville! ;, Jo( kingwood. act, perorm.or represent tbe same, or cause

nois. mille lace. grove From: ceritrd l plains, to seven island the it be acted .
yadkin county. niill Robert Garvins to performed, or represented
: From ritching's ,
From pal 'yra, va hoastcn and nelaonvileto From st cloud to fort lidgley From eagle rock, in tEe county of wake, to Rishe's county ofFlurvanna. any stage -public place during the vhold 1
Ablis store.
Neil to
and ,
auk river jr.,
newark. From st cloud, to pembina, via From boggsville, via creek to "
wilson, in wilson county. spring rnn- period for which the copyright is obtained;
From ge'ntrys c b via grants mill, to tvin- arid Otter tail lake. From branch to hayward, in chatham: :! TE NESSEE.I I ning spring.From I and any manager, actor- or other person

terset, Iowa. rro'tri st cloud to crow wing. -. count)'. %. I From seviersvilla to strawberry plains. west milford, via new milton, to ox- I acting: performing, ot representing the'said

From camden, vie! csWatrd and at bernard, From st cloud to taylors Tails.Froni NEBRASKA TERRITORY. From hillsboro, -prairie plains, Kenley's' ford. I! composition 'iIhOI1t'Cr! agaldlt! the consent

liberty. jt. cload to lacqui parle.: '. nebraska marysvilje!! kancasterritory. stCre, to deelnrd, franklin county: From gosben bridge! alum springs, to cOw- of tha said author tr proprietor, .his bun or
f From Jefferson city via E E Basse's and From burr oak, iowa, to \vomha. From : city to From russelsville to sneidville. pasture bridge. I assigns, shall be liable: for damages* to- be

A Bradfo ds, to colum.a.f } From at paul to monticello, via green o'madi lookout. From clinton, via Montgomery, Jamestown From,J!, k Creek, via mouth gilbert creek, r sued for aud, recovered by actioa-on,th* caao
f From grays E.ummit, via port William and wood. prom omidl to fqrt elk horn rifer. to livingston. little hV lfs! creek, and clearfield fork of sandy or.. .Qibcr eq'uftalent remedy with cosUo{
, travellers repose to Wishons. From manklo to blue earth city. From omaho fort fort From conccrd, via Scarborough mills to Hver.to tazwell court house. I suit in any court of the Lnited States such

I From linden via sonora satcrton, to rn tnt From shakapee, via chaska, and Glericop, rrom city salt, by lake KerneyaDd roc rts"ile.! From near coleman's store Jackson countyvia damages in all cases: to be rataJ and assessed

vernon, nebraska. to fort ridgeley.From laramie,omaho to great cllihorri city. fpntenelle :From post oak springs {td yellow springs. pond and tucker's .creeks, to west co. at such sum not less than one hpndrqd

From Louisiana, via. Saverton, to' Hanni glencoe to cloud.des sionLTrom and From running water city,,via by fort randall, to fort, From waverly to dover by magnolia, in house. dollars for the first, and fifty dolliri for.every
From glencoe to traverse From penn's boro to north bend. .
balFrom Stewart county, subsequent performance ai.tQ the court ba .
williamsburg From louisiana to frankfort. Fro'm henderson! via gJ ncoe, hutchinson From omalia dtj! by florence fort calhounde From russefville!! 'ia' spring vale! and war. creek and carises school house, to new mar- just : Provided nevertheless That appear
and red cedar lake to mouth of sioux wood sotto, cuming city, tekama, blaak\ bird,and nothing
From call oun, in fcenry. county, to war.zensburg omadi dahkotta rensburg conoy branch. tlnsville. I' eerein enacted shall Impair any: right to,acj,
in Johnson county. river: to omaha city. nebrska kearney From spiinghill, via vastals fan yard and From Jackson court house, via elk fork of perform or represent" a d. &mAtic.compoijUoa! !
clc'ttd city, by city, -
From monticedq to fc'ewark, in knox coun- FrOm et to long prairie.From From santa fe, to williamsport. milj crock, to \Val ton. as aforesaid which right may have beet: acquired -

From Versailles,' via at. marks, camden From marrhaitan mUle lac. (kcntucky.) C.H. : actor, or other
previoni to
dahkota ( blatT person
tounty, and Black! Oak Point, to,Hermi- Fram mant'attan to greehvrcod and Glen Iowa-From city o sergeants From !lebfinc-n to cookville, via gordensviltoand From sweet spring to Stephen hook: the securing of the copyright for the said _
tage. coe. ttonsdales ferfj. Erom blannt's store to sinkirf creek
composition or to restrict .in the
dahkota creek and ( ,. any way
From Kirksville, in Adair county, to U. nom minneapolis t to' ct Efr4. rro'ii : city, by ayoway From concord, via lowe's ferry p. o., and From central depot on v. & f. r. r. to laurel right ot such author to jn.equity Inany.court
nlonville, via Nrnevah and shelbys point. From lansing, io'wa, to brownsvilte, minne- running water river, to fort laramie. louisville, marysville, to mount vale springs. fork. of the United States for tfc better

Piomrayoe, via Vienna and rich fota, via Caledonia, to la crosse; Wisconsin, From dahkota, city to fort pierre. From mossy creek, by leadvale and Par- From madison in rockingham connty north and further enforcement of his rights.$ .- x
amadi bluff iowa.
fountain and linn,'to' waUa. landing. via high forest and sooth bend,: From to sergeants k'enosha, rotsvllle, to warm springs, (N. C.) Carolina, via smiths store,' and smith and Approved, Aug. 18,1856;

From !lexington via jasper and vra'gon knobto Form target lake, houston county, minne- From plattsmoutb and wyom. From McMinville, (tenn.) todanvilleken.( ) mcfcres.stofe. J.n henry' county, Virginia, to .
rose bfl/! Johnson cotfnty. sota, to the south bend of minnesota river. ?ng, to kearney city. fowa. e via sparta, cookville, livingston, (tenn.) thence hors'e,pasture store, !in the same county. CHAP. CLXX.-An act to am&d .an act entitled aa .. .
From fcfcnsiEfc city;via fremont, to apring.fleld via high forest. trot! wycpming to Sidney, to danville., From.jrnartjnsville, via' fraylorsville and act requiring Foreign Eegrfationj ofo am.rMto
; From elliota, via spring valley, hgTi foreatmantorviUt" Fro'm wycomTog to salt creek. TEXAS. county l n'e'm l", thence by magis stor and be lid annually before Coogrw appnnrcd Anpatwitoeqth
From f iniois to cainsvflle, thence to to cannon' falls: Frdm jebraska city to salt cr eIi.vrcirri cannonville spa brook'station, to patrick court house.rraaielamsvlleyis. ..eigU tn ktfldredaod ilrtf,two, add: for

Ec }resville, thence to fotts. Grove, In gentry From austin; via .mantroville, to cannon kearriey: city to new fort kearney.From From austin, via knapps mills to Mr. Griffins store'and'rob o.r.puqo.e. ': t. .? .. .
connty.rrom. falls. brctonville pew port, kearney. Pittsburg, Middleton. and cnriate SFster sanders, Rocky Mount in franklin Be.it en aCted by,tie,Senat and.Houae of

sbarpsburg' fo'belbyvllle, .in shelby From Rochester, via Mantonville, to .fair. From b'rowrffnfe (to.l linden, missouri. dale. c'Ounty.. Representatives the UnTiedv: Stalest ofn America .-,
S between and little From wheelock, .by owen svil1 e, Eutaw, Ii'ad.doa .
county, via Samuel B. Hardy's store. baulL From' missouri ryer, great From martinsville, via rough and ready i in CongreS. assemble d.Tha| .
chatfield. nemaba river, by archer and salem, and polk, and steel's creek to fpringfield.From to the 'changes and modifications
rrom milan to middleborgVin! mercer county From fa Crosse, Wisconsin, to mills, and pallamans, to Mr. griffins store*in' l
via J N Winters store.rreiTf .- Frtrm, Winana to Oronoka., via Minnesota to big blue river. liberty,via livingston and sumpter, (franklin connty. the commercial,. systems ;ot other nations,'

point pleasant to walnut grove, via cl1,. OHIO.: to cro f:! !l' From leatherwoods store in henry connty) ,now required[ .by said act, }J1 shall b.. th$ &.
Dr J.\ Paroera in Froci'micnetl jy'iowa, to mankato, minnesota via otto' and: From Etrlaw,.via Alto Springs, to Spring. franklincounty. '1.of the Secretary; of State L to lay Wor
west prairie.. From leipsic, way, buckey, fied by, elgers) store, .to shady. ,grove in
nom logtn'i creek to huston in texas county via at nicholas.rYoln Cairo lima. ", S : .. .:,.- bfr 6 sdaie alton and sher. Congress.iianaal1yithiz siity! ; dayWt
via; Dr fieeds on current liver; chiltoni reeds. lindirrg via mazeppa, to fair- rrom lallipolia, by Mercersville? hennedys FrocV waco,'by ; ; rrom nevis ferry on -the"- lichm'ona 'and'danville fc the commencenfeackddpary toottion,

mile, and mechios mills. bault/ Cross roads and ScottBvrt/e/ Quaker Bot mans to prestons. .; finCeri railroad via peytonsborg' 'and: rficeville. ,. as a part.oC eaid' rtp.rt-.pDtb; : reoma1trc,

From grays commit to vfsbons, in craw rrontfjcedi ?&anding/ via west albany and tom. Fromjefferson kalk, via1 clarklVme; donglassville. to chalk l level pittsylvanla.) -. ioformatloa comtnunlc.,Uedpartment totlieBtaWDe.

fordcoanty. oronoko, to dar ogo. From lee to berlin cross-roads.% boston, and dallas de;' birdsdale), to mid weatherford rrom appoDatot\d'ep\! t,' on. the .south.side, byeonsa: \ d.cUpl miJt4."b i iof.thit .

nom apjdeton! to jonesborougo' miD Oft,via From crow ffpids td et peter. From oak bill, via.c.nterville, ridge YI, From :by .. railroad,.via'oaVvfllo and panky.. 'and, grays. ovemnt! :abread, .oont.thedintb
pleisant bill And Veraeellf From dayton, via crow japid, to laexjui .anselm and to fort belkrrap. store to berk"'creek. offlc-a1icUon ot ther g versI.e...
ferry .. ., harrisburg porter, pine < grove, From'Pari., vIa Greenville K nfman. which ha Bh'all
muL1snUyIthpo.ist" :
I black rrom popl&r! Waff to' van: dove's, at.little! paxle.rroni I Rd\" 1ViDBl via"ortiWtld/tol! Laener. I' .rigersville FrOm oakbill, 'middle via port.contrevllle. ,ridgewaytharrisbarb From aqstin: by:'-gatesvilleniWdianandwardvilla j nuns nom county.Central plains to seven. island. ,! flare ....j.t -_*:] ";(GtShIt.eo
post "
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pine anselm. kygerville, athens; rrom ambertt_ .L, via i pedler mills,..to big '. ..J .
From to h1: :
the towuiof french via I .L.
ct From crockeft f pales f''aiJd
by ib
: genevieve, "
TTOtn nsstingV la northfield. middle to .. 1 1sandjelorouo1v. 'report, u' lien 1 cItII.\Jc; ;.. ..,;
port, pomeroy. .. ; y : -
b 8t franeii to Silver t .ipf lrffrrom
coontyi : : GtJlie .U.nlted4 .
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: PrOM ehakopee to northfield: 'From gilliad, by westfield, rnilton cofners, *ka'afoan? t 'IIJ ii i UJ *o'&d-iprinjbflh; jittersyilles io au1eIiatoot to ouj&* :" '' ,
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ftHCHIGAN. irom little'/aBs,. long.pralrie. ,' to' Red jrcksooy add peauntviUe to portage.ville, in t to'Bonbam.. -, ....;....y., .'..'.."... .. berland c h./ ... _, aact.it1.'f.. ..'1'==.:.j. .s'..,.
rirer. From ch mannille, lognzii; crVy. by on .. .,
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'iitcm, olernoi, via bath,* victor t ,.to doss.Jro ,, '. rrpa.liUle r&tkJipr1or,' wisconiio,.via county. .& .., lindia.. I( From tyler, ; smth.iou-byhabnrg tin* tonneyi and twelve"mifea, 4reiV,:. to"vayne then '. # : It' -
FrOm kin&&sifvia aat' gustavus!, and leleco/;yaiabaehe'a/ftn/ county7 I .-Id
mille. l lac t :, ville, and east cherry galley, to jeflersoncourthouse. : From'cird/Ip\ ;J'viaV-ASh!and, walnut, reekvUlnge"o che'L- -. lZ i ba. D." w.., 4aI4
:! Niwago P.dlreiftt to Sebastopol], .Fiom forf Trpley, via wes$ side, mississippi. ; j iora ce (traLdepot!, yirgtalaand.ieonesjeagraysons f
fort belknap. deStata1ii
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via buehers I &Dd'Js1alll; )tf. .or
'_ le.rrom 'Jo'J",C 1iitflI4 i I Tom new phUadelphia) > rogersville ',mlli's, b Indian creek flaydcdnoty, .,
grdDeT1 eornd%,'lo th/tom>.of tin. ,cre'ib level to weatherford ... ;* ; : :; _i.." 'r ';>o..r .
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hereby authorized and r. i Nevspap say theJournalofContmercereearee A letter.from a "Sufferer," who represents hint-, ).-The Secretary the Trcatarj .hai bade the Detroit 2j.fithWihstIue' hat following the Bible: WI,ta.t .. .vewb, dirsotteus -. lit.ha.
of the-various book*{ ,c l i4.'s U.P1i ._
,,1' w4 eprneat. ,n aad<* shall shall haT be charger all i la the United States in ns andttlrrlDg! self to have pent considerable time among the following appointment of light hdjgiso,keepers: QeNe4a4'Th; Bowing,4)) written by Moses.( Pa ft aw km wv prears4 i l.ran.brfiMPCSLKITCATKU J

.*8.l ntndntof8tatlttcs' ,*;.naall receive. events did not thicken on,the generation" Mormons and to )have escaped almost by .f Sandy Key Fla. Charles Bowman |350 per an- Ex.thiI-rrb$ Departure,') do. do beetliaVodaosdias been used aa&lriaIpIi.oaa eilM.U..., :

**MT of vo thousand dollar per annum and shall t at the rate they,do kbont.these'--ihm! but hutann miriclt.! .,-write* to"th! ?. Wa i ngtonV Stitea," (Lila nnra../ N 'L.ri&Ie4erhe Consecration of Levl do. dsive oat""'othee'JlMClIeIH&ssoesetuay II bit .

b a0ye: aa an one clerk' of thti third nature,wa die samethen. it Is'tio'w'and letter is dated "Washington,) as follows: .,.. Assistants ot Sandy Key, FloridaRneltns Nelson. NIIINkrC'Th. Nutab bct1l1gbe> people.wrftTwice ) ta-Ied u4".JrtlledllllnM, -tlD-tLc..,.. '.
&snt every loud dIkadouIla iL
clerk of State it A :vand,J. B. Morrison; $300 each and one dally ra-; ten byl1.. 8IIuJt1
& hereby .
"Thorcareto-daywitiiin rvPIIribaen wID be br.t.l :11.
0 .
: thelmperlaljurisdiction DJ
e has its own trou1.1t and as well ) writ-
Derim1'rbe5Law Repeated.) *
aud to prod curo.tel ,don VKSMIFL'OX. tMnvte tog *
than '
Approved, ) reutr alriDt 8 it joys xnd We hue"e n looking of Brigham Young; more a&d ticeMiu-jiit a'rmed
tug- 'pultion. and who \
fighting men, equipped ard,
1 '
JotAvaZ-written by Joshua to chapter 25 : tc--r ''loa ., ". IWMKTemU ?*
into a called the Virginia bound the solemn oath to hold and a ration. 5" swwV.
most themselves celekratod Llw Pffla caa at3t X5lrafsiona.
by ka4
S iomd in Ezra's ,
the end the '
Williams thence to of
Fla. A. prophets
Journal and Alexandria Advertiser" published at in readiness at a moment's warning, and tight for Assistant Northwest Passage, ; by .W. MtfeasiliuepitWerfa.j .Ji"*****
onrnRI: $300 and a ration. tim, who made a sort of feoropilatfon in tae Scriptures ". tiff ,. T.
jl Alexandria, Va., by George Richard & Co., whichwe the church till the hut man lie expired." .. -U ''I then extant and perfected them wherever a V t iLZMItOoarxv4itiz BIc

.rhial.w *-' take to have been the ancestor of the present says"This is more"i 1p'than riAl one jurisdiction"thousand of miles Brigham north and be I I tr The London! Times, of the 6th admits that proper ,connection in historical events rendered it .

8 E : 1- I Alexandria Gazette. Aino/.g the items of news we south, by more than one thousand miles...; and In England they neither: know nor can learn the nfcceasary.Jvdget-. written probably, by Samuel for'U IsrepeaUy 'DLEDataJarasb! M ,Qriaey. WIL..Mit or.-:

l I 1 find that "The honorable James Dunne Esq., is appointed w>6t, wfth a continuous line of settlement from Oregon right of the difficulty between the United States said 'In those, davs .there wa no; king in con>pUeat d dbeaM Mr.JOHN O. QU2nr, U tU uT'
SJS.TUBDAT, JTTJJCB 13, 1857. Mayor of the city of New York" and that on the north to San Diego on the tenth, and and Granada,'but that" whatever'the;United States Israel' as list the time in which the writer was ethic age.after a pamful Ottoa cfabovt tVeaty *
H. fcao left wlft aM lr tMdm Val:: .
from Carson valley on west to Sweetwater riveron ,totma
-- =- Instead of giving a public entertainment on his investiture aces in'these regions will be better thari the work living and writing. there wo a king. Savaue hlm- '
- the rast ThC tftticrncnts are all.fo rUfied by' sirs! et reUUve and ftfe&d to moon Uwir toes o7' ?!
tel Was the.last of the Judges and living to se. David
The Hon. Oca S. HAWJCIXS noW in this city. with office, as had been the the custom, walls,aud batrtehientJ, and interspersed among various of(1 venturer" If our Government should take annointcd king though not seated the seemed almost Dt to taea. A aattve cf go Tc __

W. learn front hhn that the crop in Wet Florida, humanely rdlc tipg on the want and distress Indian tribes who arc taught to look upon possession of the Isthmus, the Times concludes that throne. v upon Las,of IMW tat plou pareataf k.mw to Qaia r to ente'

which are so prevalent at this February Brigam as the prophet of the Lord, and the Mormons It ,romth when he remalaed,nunWd sad dbelar 4 dTuZen
backward severe Samuel a.
though are quite promising. &el\lOn. ( I Great Britain wouldhave but small reason to regret .RidA-probnbly written by seems
are the only just people in the wonldTh: 0(5 .a 1IWa.of. beIua sad s*hlSL'
) he rather chose to to be a kind of appendix to Judges.
present twenty guineas confidence in end adherence to the lorn.1onl" fa ; the change, and can only desire that it should Tae veins of a moderato adieaUoatxl .
.en. "
Grand Jury presentment made at the Spring towards the relief of his suffering fellow citizens," secured such deaths lit Samuel-by Samuel to charJtt* ,s-tbe rest te wtu ear.
T by-miracles performed as by take place as quietly as possible. and prlneWes, hsppUy moxtimted br Ikat sal

the District Court in J.ann Cotmty wW at the same time observing that his liberality was prophecy, return of stolen property and largo presents 2d Bamuet-lty the prophets Nathan and Gad.- titegrllwalett markad Us ore aadraaeetedfcoaoi.lie

ippiarInorextioe. "limited by the shock which had affeeted Ids private tCHwit: The government firms and stores Tax WJUHIHOTOH S : '-The' general S sentiment (See 1 Chron. 29 : 29.) parenta-nor was h*.vtr vsatiog. la a subctaatlai eW at

fortune in the progress of the war." It is added were taken from Fort Hall by Captain Brent, of the ot the country tully sustains authorities of Washington lit and 2d Kingt by Jeremiah.lit his father's famOj.
United States Lv order of tee A merchant ba 1iC1
army, government Mal10Moaft2a
and f after the
the Florida aiadneu Wut.Urolg' of friend Mr. D. that $2,000 "have been lately raisid by subscription and sold to Brigltam! Young in the summer of 1853, in firing upon the Plug Uglies* and commends lonish 2 C/sronicles-by Ezra Baby a business widely ranging,eoa&eilag and sooetstniL eaeeaury be.m.

ocr C in Philadelphia for the comfort of the who gave them to Walker's band of Utah Indiana.Regarding the President for furnishing a body of marines Ezra captivity.-by Ezra. came extensively known aDd M axtteslvely vas he sis*.

w'a'. tav before ni sample o a crop of poor of that city." Another article informs the pub- their numbers as previously estimated, for that purpose. What is chiefly to be regretted Nthtmiah-by Nehemiah. teemed. In addition to the conUance his szs tfhuBlM.iand

wheat grown on the plantation of James Gibson lifr that Sir Carltcn their alliance with the Indian tribes, firmly seated l Job-\\jy EHhu and Moses. aapporud ottiUken,than ma also a real friAMitoM.cof .
to be created
Guy was a peer IB, that as usual in such cases some innocent
It the of the roqted, and grounded in the centre of the continent ded. him spontatwowly. To know Via
of Gadsden *
Esq.. County. product Palma--Mninly by David. There are some by u ear-
i for his eminent military services during the war, surrounded on every side by almost boundless prairies persons suffered along with the guilty. It is love him as easy. NomerocalelUrsofeondoJeaetn
ordinary land of this State the only peculiaritycf Aseph the prayer of Moses, and a few which must \u.
Fie and his extraordinary ability manifested in superintending great mountain ranges with narrow passes and quite time that rowdies should be taught that their have been written at the time of the Babylonish laces men in different parts of tie Untoa aUest tala .;.

which I.te fineness and consequent loamy condition the evacuation of New York. We have rugged delilt f scarce'of timber, water grass and profession II not entirely free from peril; but thereare captivity or after it. The firit one is believed to still It runs deeper here at home; *o
of the soil The heada are fully of the size provisions ; and they assume a position far from be sort of written Ezra. A few and such hi Ia services to this oommonlty. TT.fa
beard the revolutionary fathers speak of the grcat liable to be rowdies on both sides. a preface by were '
produced by the whet lands of Virginia and Nor inferior, and an importance that stamps all rumorsto also written by Sol tnon. derat the shock,and yet we bO'ttDa. I* gone .
humanity of that towards tho 0-
man American pris.oners the contrary with falsehood. atu=? laborioUsly to his own
Carolina containing large and farlnadous grains.of Proverb*-by Solomon. In tat Kings it it said: hostess never eatradag tt
; who had fallen into his. hands. The British The present population! of the Territory, as estimated STATE DXTABTJIENT.: -The whole 'maehin/ry em. he spa 1ce 8,000 proverbs and songs were a thousand to Any one further than expedie&cet demanded te alto-so*.

sot inferior weight and merchantable sightliness.Thii and German officer often conducted themselves by Chiet Justice Drummond is one hundred ployed to conduct the business arising out of our and five. He arranged them (the books) chiefly in tamed a constant and onorooa ear.of IIC&t.IlII ot&to taportaat >

pleating experiment coupled with a similar in a savage manner. Then we have a characteristic thousand souls and two huhdred thousand in adjoining foreign relations with all the powers of the world his old age, and this work of arrangement was completed negotiatloat by way of personal ntvor a&4 b ttD.r.z

on. detailed by a distinguished.citizen of this State, 1 States and Territories. What is reNt to beregretted by Isaiah, Ilosea and Mican. (See chapter good.
speech of the celebraud Fox the is far more pimple than IB generally conc\' .-
the communication taken from the on affairs of the is, that the entire population in the Territory 25: 1.) To his family and friends ever kind and indolgtat, ae ea.

1 following lit East India Company, the notorious North figuringen is Mormon nud only Mormon-r unit-a sol The number employed in the Department of Stateof Ecclesioitti-By Solomorr. deavored to be gen roua and tceommodatiBg to*Q aea.-

Sfniiml, demonstrates beyond question the adp the Committee. id nucleus moving entities actuated by the WILL the United States is only seventeen, as follows: Solomon Son? (The Song Songs/.' it ,onh1 The qualities he admired or deemed Indispensable i la \. .

tation the of soil, and of the congeniality als o climate hee (fr Among the items of home news, we are informed of Lieut.Brigham.Gunnuon estimates the tillable S portion. of One Secretary of State, (Hon. Lewis Cass,) one Assistant Meta Itaiah to be only Isaiah.one-By) Solomon. word ness men a rtUalU he not man.only undid bit possessed. Be irsa ia t
production can : -By
that Congress have been pleased to elect the Rev. the soil capable of supporting an active population Secretary of State (lIon. John Appleton,) Jeremiah and Lamentationt- Jeremiah. As a christian, the excellent eharacterlstlo of the
:Hx. Au.c I matter of eta
not, to give'to-the am indnce.u, : a cf worthy one grainof Mr. Daniel Jones their Chaplain." of one million I estimate it at double this number j, one chief clerk, twelve clerks, one translator, and Hezekiah, Daniel, Ilosea, Joel Amos, Obadiah, were consecrated. Then new fields opened to |]. eyv.

wheat which te my product garden at Bel-air A letter from Philadelphia to a Boston journal for every foot of the soil may be cultivated by irrigation one librarian; : Jonah Micab Nahum Habbakuk Zepharnah Hag- Faith because of new and spiritual relations toward Got
w"-ow which enables them to mature their cropsto .' gai Zachariah and Makchi were all written by the afid man. The style of Jill piety was plain sal vaobtndre
t past IUl: The kind is in early May wheat conveys the news that Gen. Washington delivered suit their convenience of harvesting. She soil is I prophets whose name they respectively bear. These ever feeling that the performance of o1Ut.thrlssama *tr4
obtine Cunningham, Greensboroogh, In his accounts to the Comptroller in a book, all in exceedingly fertile and productive.A TO correspon. complete the Old Testament.Job better than his own.

Ga. saccessfrlly ann years in a ago, and which I have sine cultivated -. his own handwritirg and embracing a period of dent writing from Kentucky, informs us, toys the is thought to be the oldest written, and from Daring the latter five of his ten years'membership (IA the

end have never known Il..y. every the nut year or any eight years," every entry made in the most particular lVcw\Dcvelepment. New York Evening Post, of the 20th mat, that Chap. 32 : 15, 17, is thought Elihu may have writ Presbyterian Church which be Joined some sight jean kter

p other disease. But as I have no machinery properfor manner,the occasion of each charge being sta A New York paper whose exclusive ml clii- the hog pestilence has been traced to some droves ten it in Arabic, and Moses have translated it into thin his! wife,he also sustained the office of Deacon, AS

securing it, I am unable to give any accurate gence" is more apt to l& startling than reliable, that passed through tobacco-growing district on Hebrew. The reasons for believing it anterior to I Treasurer of Beaton and Board Trustees; (though he b
It ted. His model example in matters of fiscal business have of or contemporaneous with Moses' time. are-1st, I bequeathed liberally towards the perpetual sapport ef
r statement of its yield per acre. is A very heavy professes to intelligence a new abolition He also remarks that tobacconists t&4Gopel
wheat weighing 66 pounds to the bushel The as well as a statesman and warrior is there wrinkle in Massachusetts. It that an extenfc their way East. Job's long life for he lired toward 200 years after > .Teacher In the' Sabbath School-as a leader i la

grain which grew in my which you commended, and it is significantly a'dded ; Happy says are using prussic acid to give an almond flaot the events recorded in the book, ami idfen they I Prayer Meetings, and a worshipper with us-sad dfat.

know is a bed of poor gen IO.naturally, pad would it have been for the United States had fc organization has been discovered throughout \. to the leaf, and,in consequence of this poison, began he was the father married children; Suchan i cheerful giver4 to every good cause; he will be rre l11.

siztv eight branches with ears that matured, and that State whose members are well drilled in the a number of smokers have lost the use of their lower age in man has no record from Moses time down. ed and tenderly mournedM -

yielded as follows: each person who has handled public money been use of the musket and bayonet, together with the 1 st TIle evidences of the religion of the patriarchs With us hi. name shall U,*,

equally exact and punctual" Not all it seems limbs. being Job's,-his burnt offerings, &. 2d,The wore M Thro1 long succeeding yean t
of the stick who are-sub-divided into
2 walking
ears 39 grains 115 use -I
hed nttt .cl were spotless patriots the "times that tried men's ship of the Sun and moon is mentioned ai the only 14 Embalmed with all our hearts eaa giv ,
8 48 I 384 schools, classes and squads, for the purpose of re. WASHINGTON CITY ELECTION.-The Anti-Know Nothing idolatry known to him whereas in Moses' time "Our praises and our tears."
86 souls.
19 1404
sisting the exercise of the Fugitive Slave act. The majority at the recent election, on different other forms were introduced 4th, The fact that That he was a growing christian was variously eviaeed.
13 I I .
S2 I
834 H
10 23 I 220 Phocian addresses the considerate citizens of colored men are excluded, and total number of candidates, was 336, 4l3 and 172.: The Antis have no allusion i is made to the Mosaic law, and God's In frequent interview with his pastor the eonvenaUoa *1-

New York on the politics of the day" in a long members is known only to the five who form the also a large majority in the City Councils. remarkable dealings with the children of Israel.6th .- wy easily turned upon the subject praetkal piety. ,E.
The style and composition bear a strong resemblance also often expressed a deep solicitude tot the- .
68 branch Grains letter advocating the principles of Whiggism, as spiritual welfare !
or etlb 2,610 executive directory. It is stated that it is a common -- die
to Arabic. It i is provable that he
was u
of his children and household. This eollcttqae
Weighing 2J o% it was then called. Border disturbances are not comment that this organization dated back to t:11.rRGISI.TIle: Washington Union thinks Gentile; i. e. not a Jew as he was probably a descendant exhibited when he felt himself leavjgg them was to rttora effectntlly .

J This i a correct statement and the bunch with the peculiar to our day and generation. We read of the Burns' affair in Boston, and that it now extendsto the nett Democratic majority in die State, at the of Huz, the son of Nahor, the brother of Abra no more. Impressed that"the Muter has some and eaQed

talks they grew Is in my office at Btl-air, t be high-handed outrages between the two parties town and village in the State. It is furth6tat recent elections, is not less than 30,000. All tie ham.The for him." he set his) house In order and prepared to obey..
seen At time by who incredulous.Did every
any one Jew iIi histories that Ezra .the
\ i called Vermonter, and the Yorkers" creating nn Congressmen ((13) are Democrats. say Calmly and seriously he completed some business arrangf
the of wheat found in the Egyptian d that the leaders now defy the general government Sacred Writings so far as extant in his tune, and
gin and delivered
parting messages to alL This he did
anxious the
J vmmiy thi 7 concern ftr public welfare. On the to capture any sInn! in the Bay State, out published or wrote them in a continuous form. The three four
only nr days after his attack and thus tsrly lest
Florida Stntinel 9fA intt.GOV.
June Stb. THOS. BROWI cno side Gov. Clinton (the patriotic George) recom- side of the range of the cannon ofc.ihe Navy Yard From the prophesies are not inserted in their order at all- the violence of disease should disqualify him. This wu pru.
BROOHIE'S UETURN IIO.TIKIlccult Ezra himi refers to Jeremiah and Isaiah in his V
mends organizing and nrmlng the militia ; on the and Feneral fort They have tornB and ammunition dent; lbrthei-ghbebadtui. better hour It -ws desirable ,
of his ITIl< Ion.
The T&nleratfon Treat said < their do 't
although not
South 9 other, the Legislature of Vermont adopted stringent prophecy prophesies appear thftue should be nmlistnrbdd. When' Intervals heipoke\
Tn. emigration from the New England States and and two schooners tt/ conrey the fugitives to in Course till after his. It is believed that it was his

the States of New York, Pennsylvania and Virgin. measures, looking to a collision of arms. Then follows Canada: and they allege that at M.-vcral depots in We are happy to learn from Gov. Broorae, that ouJiis authority, unde'rthe guiding of the Inspiring If to language him there always WM any showed absence that of his asiurance thoughts desirable were above.-there

a fervent appeal to the wise and good" to the State arms ate within! their whenever his late visit to Washington, from whence he has Sntrit of Owl; that the fn-ok of Esther was in
la, for the past year has be. unexcelled in the bis discountenance such grasp just returned, was highly agreeable and attended -rte'l. There is a peculiaritj in that book knownto wa clearly present the hope essentIal the sheet-inchor of
presumptuous legislation as they choose! to seize them. They have hiding places the phn,ti lm'" onU But this, which Is Christ apprehendedby
of the Allison the historian with the most results.In other iu the viz that the word of God
tory country. sid had been assumed by the ""Territory of Vermont." satisfactory PO liible : a true faith we trust be hat entered safety to rest. May
more than There is and urms amongst. the hills und islands also. the first place, he procured the payment owlie docs nut appear: it, nor any name by which He the Muter bring u a strong consolation! toe widow' heart
years ago something The power cf Congress i is invoked as in the case of principal debt incurred in the suppression Indian i ;'is i ur ever was called. This of course fa lint a peculiarity. nnrt his sarlne blctulns;on Per family! The chlMrr of our
solemn and almost awful in the incetawit advance Hearenlr Father shell not be nlwaj rpartH. Thai will bea
Kansas. The race counterfeiters flourished then, Alabama State Convention. hostilities in the years 1619 and 1852 ; the former Jonah wu probably the earliest of what Mrsaed F amily Gathering.? To be a child of God, and nqt

of the great stream of civilization, which in America as now the public being warned again.st the forgery The Democratic party of Alabama recently in Kr\ice having been paid by the state in its script are known particularly as the''prophets.' lIe livedin left out then. with Grace and Glory I

continually rolling down from the summits of j issued in pursuance of an act of Legislature, the tim of Jerob..nrn, the son Josiah of Judah '*Be this onr Ane preat business here."
f of the name of" Robert Morris to tIle certificates nominated This solemn and !
convention, A. B. Moore, Esq. for Governor. ( peiMtion 110 extensively felt
the Allegheny mountains, and oreripreading the pas*Hl in 1853 and the latter service in money at and Jehu of Israel. (See 11 Kings, 11 : 20.) He was mils loudly on all ; and il* special admonition seems Jo two
of national debt. Burglars and footpads, the time borrowed from the School Fund. The two also contemporaneouswith the enrltestof the Greek ( un.lln thrse solemn wlrd. "f' je also ready fqr la a J han

boundless forest of the 'est"I I too, carried on their trade, though with less skillful -. t'rvic's together constitute an aggregate debt of poets, and ia presumed that the Greek fables concerning hour as TO think not, the soft of man coraeih."

the historian of Europe \vasjustined in writing instruments than at present and without revoh ers. Conflict of Authority Ohio about $ OQ4X< ) principal which amount was paid Arion and the lphin and Hercules and _._A FEIEND.Sfji .

thus of Western emigration in 1835 before there the of ration. A serious conflict between State and Federal offi. over to (ov. Broome leaving the interest thereon the Dog that Neptune sent against him, are ue- V
product our gem suspended, but which his Excellency thinks will be rive frorc liis remarkable: adventure with thew
was a single line cf Hallway communication betweenthe cers occurred recently in Green County Ohio. A ip Htm.PRT .
In the Journalof' April, 1784. Gen. Washington ultimately paid and that too at no distant day.In hnl Ic.

Atlantic seaboard and the rivers of the West has a regular business advertisement in which he deputy Marshall of tlit United States ith eleven the second place, he was peculiarly fortunate From the book of Ilosea to th<* end of the Old _

.-when it took more weeks than it takes now day says he would knee about So.OOO acres of land on assistants, Went from Cincinnati! to arrest four persons in obtaining the approval ami adoptil.nthe late Testament, the j roj li<-"ies art krown by the i..rue OF ST. MAKES.ABR1TED "

to reach tht Minissippi from Atlantic cities- in Champaigne County on a chnrg of harboring Indian'War service by the War Department. The of'Tlic Minor 1'iopluta, ,' Irons their brevity.
the Ohio and Kdnhawa for which lie ha had
a great hail doubt as to his to Each of the book of Lamentation V
some S
a hundrad did not pass westward the Allegha- fugitive slanine months ago. The arrests Secretary power recognize chapter originally V
patents ten or tvlve years the .: "haling a this service, hut upon examination it was ascertained contained 22 verses, anti all do know, except
June 4. Bark Vrlant W. WhJtlnp.from Swanwa Wale,
flies for a thousand in 1B57, how imcienteiy mag. were made\ when a writ habeas corpus was procured not to be without t'dellt. The Volunteers the third which has and therefore made three
margin of 40 mile on the river. He saye, a great rre 66. up with -tuna Railroad Iron.to PenaacoU and Georgia Bailrond -
nified the picture he would be juEtJfied in limning but before it could lie served, the Marshal called OUt by GOT Hroom not 1 lifcYlns; been original chapter -
deal of it may be converted into the finest mowing red into the service of the United &. 8ehr..TcnnrT.itd! S"arren. from Apalachicola with
now. The "mighth stream" of 1835 was but 0 had got out of tlie County Another writ w4'Itv. reguhirly mustt' THE NEW TESTHET.Mathew : : IfHK) garks iwlt, t.. Bi-nr.l ie lienbam.p. .
ground imaginable, with little or no labor naturoanJ had been
brook the flood of cored in Green County, and served by the Sheriff. States, though their services recognizedand 5<-hr. Victoria, Gomez from Mobile,with 1200 sack tall
babbling compared with and the } of those
rushing tho wotcrclcaj-a whicb nave been made by the approved by the President, ,anto pns JohaHv disciuks to D. Ladd.
1857. As we w,1.- li.. Virznt.men Mrdly beaver having done more to effect this than yearsof The Marshal resisted i and several shots wen: through that/or ja in order to tix the liability of naUl.' II) Bnow-A.. sc&r. supposed t> be the Petti, from NewOrleans.

jfcrceived the movement previous decades, fired ; but the United States officers! \\ereat hit the United State Accordingly an order has been Jf"rkPrnbal.hly Marcus 'mron' as Peter
< hard labor in most other rich foils. The sub
and went on increasing in population at augmented overpowered, taken prisoners, and conveyed to issued from the War Department directed to the calls him. (See l" Peter, 5: 13.) The writer mar, CLEARED,
scriber" then goes on to show how advantageously l.1 of the U' S. him however, have been John whose surname was Mark JUDe 4. 5ehr Wild Pigeon. O'Leary.Jl" Orleap. with IT
General to
rates, now complains of and severely feels the drain .1_ ___ 1.3. :_ _.1.1. ._ .L ._.n___ &__ -. Springfield for trial l on the charge of rt-istiug the Adjutant commanding (S-e Acts 12 r 12 ; 13 : 5-13 : 15 ; 7-39 Col, 4 : bales yann.IT Ms. ownabnrrl) ra.k and 99 bbla. *p*. Uur-
indicated GOllroon to be ;
"ucau jBiii.li MC rviiuivL'jjr 10 me course ui iraue, cause the troops by : pcntine,236 bl>U. rosin,20 bbls. rosn! oil.
population as well as of wealth which healthful which according to the ideas of some," will be Sheriff while in tnc performance of his duty. The regularly mustered in and out of the U. S. service. 10; 2 Tun. 4: 11.)}Oi.e of these two he undoubtedly -

enterprise combined. speculative greed and affair very naturally creates intense excitement For the perfection of this arrangement, the very was, and his gospel was written under the direct
along the Mississippi, or if by of Fort to Poto- Mu. EDITOR DC the favor
way supervision of Peter of the :- ns to annoancpin
have been the Governor acknowledges apostles.
lo>e of novelty are effecting. The SeerUary of the Interior on application of the be'!t that could made
mack or Susqufchannnh ; or to James River, or by his indebtedness to the suggestion of Luke-By Luke (and probably a Syrian) and a your next issue for the office of Sbt riff for the .
The Northern hive New England with a rcdnudant United States Marthal at Cinc.innat.ti }has sent pri
converted under
E.5e and Ontario to New York, in eithcr case the Lieut. General Scott as well as the uniform courtesy physician Ptful'a"preaching at An- county of Leon, at the fn ninjy election in October
population and an unprolific soil, seems to Tate instructions iu the case, and Judge Leavitt of to do tioch. He was a constant attendant upon Paul
lads would be valuable. These lands being and disposition Secretary Floyd everything -
peculiarly next Mr. SICHARD SAUNDERS.
be but little mere affected by this emigrating mania the United States District Court has granted a writ in his! power. But this is not all. His Excellency and, it is said was witness to hi* martyrdom. lIe ,
well adapted for small societies, who may also wrote Act*. ( Luke 1 3 with Acts MANY VOTERS.Oz .
than Virginia and South Carolina, in each of of habeas corpus to bring the arrested officers before seems to hove enlisted the sympathy c/f the Compare ;
incline to be detached and retired, any such applyin well that of the Secretary of War in 1 ; 1.) Paul wrote and dictated the Epistles to the
President an
which there are thousand and thousands of acres him at Cincinnatti. If resistance was offered as Romans Corinthian and 11 and MR. EDITORDo the favor to
; Timothy 11 us
a body or by their pastors agents shall have behalf of the people of Florida. Upon his own suggeslion ; ;
of surface undisturbed by the Some of the Government troops were to be ordered out.- Galatians Ephesians Colo9'ians The5l lon Ana 1 '
yet plow. aEEutance and encouargcment which can with the Governor is authorized by the War ; ; announce in jour next issue, for re-election for the
the of the latter State, almost in every The parties have been brought before Judge Leavijf raise entire Regiment Mounted and 11 ; Titus; Philemon and the..Hebrews.Jamefe .
papers speak term convenience and be I Department to an office of Tax Assessor and Collector, for the co nty
propriety given by
Peter and and John
1 11 1 11 and 111
consist of not less than ten ; ,
panic, of the extensive breaking of the agricultural and will be dismissed. Volunteers to Companiesto
up Mr. L. 0
of Leon at the October election
(Signed) G. WASHINGTON.Noble aid in the suppression of Indian hostilities in Flor WE'te"rittt'n by the apostles whose names hey ensuing
population of sonic portions of the Palmetto The fanatical buckeyes" must feel pugnaciouslyinclined bear.
old hero administration is dettrrnined respectively JJEMILLY. Respectfully.
statesman philosopher, FARMER id:. This looks asRf the -
State order to migrate to Virginia suffers judging from this treasonable attempt to Jude-'Vas written by Jude brother James
i Ford he had richly earned by his sword inheritance of a to close! the War as speedily as p06J iLl)'. It 'MANY VOTERS.
not much by the loss of white population, resist the authority of the Central Government h decidedly the best demonstration that has yet the son Alpheus, and who was a near relative of .5 S
1 continent! and now he proposes to dispose peacefully -. aclmi8t tion. It is all that the our Lord. lie is also called Lebbeus .whose surname authorized and to
made WK
'great u it is. She in danger of becoming aboli- been by any r:: are requested I
i ] of his private property to promote agriculture.Had No Starvation In TCIUICMCC, people of Florida could ask, His Excellency ,is entitled .' was Thaddcus. f '

ton i consequence ol the African exodus which he failed in the mighty contest, all these lauds The Knoxville Whig of the 25lh in*t., says that : to their thanks, and the administration to the Jlevclation'By John. announce LEMUEL JONES as a candidate for Tax

is advancing to mormons rates the price of slaves, would have been confiscated, and their owner perhaps the tales of want and starvation in Tennessee, so ex- : gratitude of the whole people. But this is not all -- AUe5acr and Collector of Leon county aUbe Eltotfcn V

thus rendering slave labor unprofitable, Hib Excellency's mission was one continued series SUVGDTEIL or THE CHINESE.-According to an account !Ih Octobet next. .
the arch-rebel of ten circulated abroad are yet,
strcDg"iDS suspended on a gibbet, as the >ivtly greatly exaggerated. iaeuea. in a New York journal, as received from an
of successful
which may ultimately mould her fee continent 1 There is a general scarcity of grain especiallyin Prior to the oCthe Swamp Land Grant American naval officer, who was near the scene the

State. This i virtually admitted by a Richmond five or six of the upper counties, owing to the there had been passage entered with money and warrants number of persons, men, women and children, who Public Notice.

paper, which ays, "As to the )OS of white population Gov. ITIarcjr. failure of the crop the last season, and the temptation of description of hinds, amounting in value to were killed by Sir Michael Seymour's bombardment TREASURY OFFICE, >
thousand. It ia believed
we entertain no concern about that, for it is This model statesman is sojourning at present in exorbitant prices that induced farmers to something like $150,000. Since the passage of said of that Canton this is, rather was seventy under than over the mark and TALLAHASSCX. June 1?.185'l.f) V j

not peculiar to Yirni. and the places of those Albany, N. y*, enjoying the relaxation which exemption sell out too dote. These with the early winter and act the as same Swamp lands L have nd. been The selected amount by the to Stateagent the that besides, the consequences of the conflagration THE holders of the State Scrip issued under the
who go will b mor filled at once by emigration from long and severe labor affords him.- late spring were enough to produce scarcity, but government on account of these lands, therefore belongs deprived a great number of families of their ordinary cf January; 7, 1853. entitled An Act 'to

t from other States. The African phase of the He will in a short time embark with his family, for no one has yet perished, and the false alarm of to the State. Those entered with money will means of subsistence. provide for the payment okoptains Srarklll n"
\ Lord Palmerston in his tribute to the American Parker'a abd ether Voltmteer tar services
just Companies
from Virginia ii one of more tour of be over to the State, in cash some $60,006 and
migration a or more. paid
practical : a European year starvation" is a vile calumnly and slander on East
Commodore have added that in the ls4rare notified that -
Armstrong might year berebj the principal ,
will also be
land warrants
those covered with paidto
importance t ns than the "hit If the negro exodus Tennessee. the State in value some $90,000; the State in ha did not in avenging the insult to the American ia ready for disbursement upon warrant issued

continue a ftng. hereafter. for the list I The Yellow.Fever. that-case being allowed either to select other hinds flag, bombard a defenceless city but pushed straight by the Comptroller in conformity with said Act
of the A move in the Bight Direction for the forts and them id fair C. H. AUSTIN. State Trrasiartf.a. .
few month, whilst the planting interest may not I At this early period year apprehensions in lieu thereof, or to receive something else cqnivo- offending destroyed
Among the proceedings of a Democratic meetingin armed armed It is said Th Florida Sentinel, the Florida FeninsTilar.
fight- men against men. %
in New York
This all looks
offer, the mass of householders in our cities and are already expressed a paper, a lent to the value of the warrants.
Mississippi, we notice the following resolution : In the that, upon this occasion, the new shot and shell, the Florida News and the Florida Democrat wHI
visitation of the fever. It will be recollected fair but the diffietlty was making
towns will find the price of black labor rising as yellow very bill to
Resolved, That the Democratic editors of Mississippi required by the Land Office at Washington.Had j just introduced into our naval service,and that alone, insert the above three times and forward the
steadily and hopelessly above their means 'the that the plague which desolated Norfolk in proof was first tried and with surprising effect the Treasury Office.
& deserve the thanks of the people of the South the rule 'With regard. to evidence, adopted by
flood over the heads of the ant iufans There 1855, was pronounced by eminent medical authority for the ability with which they have defended our the Commissioner been strictly adhered to, the The English preY were very severe in thtir criticisms June 13, 1857. 3tUPer"
y- the American attack on Grey town, when
aye other aspects of the subject which we need not a travelling epidemic, and its appearance in the constitutional rights; that we recommend the organization State would have lost thousands 01 dollars lie required upon- "
Atlantic cities of clubs throughout the country for subscriptionlto first the affidavits of tho parties who entered nobodywas killed or injured. How doea it compare Wrn R. Pettis
touch upon now,but it Is a suggestive one,and must Northern was confidently predicted.If with the wholesale at CantonRich.. ,
their pa pet a und more general advertising the lands, that they were swamplands, and carnage
be productive of results far more our memory is good, the yellow fever did, in JKipatefi. FROM NEW ORLEANS :
comprehensive in their columns and that fn too distribution failing in this-what was deemed the next best evidence -

and momentous than that $p which we have re point of fact, make its appearance in New York toa of nominations and o offices they should be classed viz: the testimony of the neighbors to the -40' ? CASKS Side and Shoulders. ,

ferred." limited extent, late in the fall of 855. We should as A No 1." rtW. effect The production of such evidence as mNat.: what are you leaning aver that empty 15 1. plain Hams.

Some of the effect of this tremendous movementare not be surprised if the.seeds of the pestilence sown That is the right kind of advice and if followed, this it will. be seen at once, is next to an impossibility. cask" for T" I am mourning ojrer departed 3 Tierces Sugar Cured Hams
it is obvious ipiriti. S 14 w M Smoked Beef
in the autumn should germinate into a fearful har will the of that State In to But admlttUrg' practical, 1 .
in the transformation of the territo- put press perform ,
perceptible that it'would cost the State, almost as much as the 2 Hbds.choice Brown Sugar, V
rlerinto Stat**-in the rearing of fortunes a i by .vest of death during the approaching summer. We better duty for the party ia future. We endorse fund II worth to procure the evidence. His Excellency TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. 75 Bbls. Extra nd Superfine Floor.

by those who are sagacious enough t real- throw this out as a caution to our Florida friends every word of it and. put the. resolution to presented these difficulties and obstacles to 1 %c'hit.eBeai, .

me I the inevitable reaction-in the crash who expect to go North.Should the yellow fever the people of Florida in favor of the'Democratic the Commissioner and got him to relax the rule as At a meeting Jackson Lodge,No. lsconvened It the city 1 Lard Oil- -

b t to Florida, a concession' which he inade the more TauohaMM, for the purpose of attending the Funeral of 2 fI Molasses,
in New York and produce as great mortal Press of this State. v
of the army of tt.at up by the returning cheerfully in as much 8s but a few thousand, out of AUGUSTUS L FIS1LEE, late a Worthy Member of the 2" Lard,

tide-to t..d oCte ep t disappointed ity as in Norfolk, a spectacle pestilential horrors the selection of several millions of acres of swamplands Lodge, a committee waa appointed to report Resolution ezprtMTle'of 1 Mesa Beef .

ia h ald t a shadow by the will be presented such as the,world has never yet ur The sword presented the British govern in this State, are in costrovmy. He consented the affectIonofh. Brethren lot deceased while 10" Pork '

vidsdtudea of a frontier rae which seen. The imagination staggers qpder the conception ment to Capt. Hartstcin is formed in the shape of a to waive the rule us to Florida, and take the living and of their regard for his memory. The committee t Boxes Lemon. V -
cUm affidavits of the agents for locating the SwampLands reported the following: S I Box Smoked Beef r Sanr Cared t gves.
sclmetar the blade of the finest Dam.acussteel
being .
he waa tne States, when : .
unprepared will not hesitateto Sale" 0..4 SR" R.H. $-
dee as conclusive, who of ceurse It having pleased the Supreme Ruler of the Ualverte, laIU Per by
once'more shall know they are well and the handle of solid ivory, i in which is set the that tile lands selected by from June 13. '6'1. V 24 V V
pegDle w1el AnIU.'f Exol:-The Petersburg (Va.) Express testify to fact wise but mysterious Providence, to remove among
; and fcetly wise to le wen'e ugl alone., four large carbuncles. The scabbard is covered them, were Swamp lands. the Hying,our friend and Brother AuautTCS L. .Fnir>awe -
0 Our citizens to observe the
-' ays: are beginning with purple velvet and ornamentedx with very We consider this niece of diplomacy the most feel that a public expression ot oar sorrow I.due to the William Budd, Administrator ofl .

A Patriotic Wamlly. unusual number of slaves.tbat are constantly pas heavy pure gold fastenings, the whole is enclosed bri -aohi8Yeraent&' in his Er ellene '. negotiations Memory of the Deceased. '. W.. C..M UClr. deceased,and in hit

Jttdgsy Batten the ,distinguished U. 8. Senator of singthrough Petersburg on their way South; ando and the people of Florida will not fail to appreciate Honored and esteemed as a Citizen beloved u a Mason own right and in right of his wif.
iu handsome .
a mahogany case.NoMritATioya
Booth .cr1.t whe ,died few'.days ago waa a ) the minds of many the result appears inevitable 4. service so valuable to the State. he has beta suddenly called from life's busy scene,to dwell M heirs at Law of Elisabeth .
m m aIr la that above where the Grand I V Chanrtrv--
as we fondly hope, Lodge Miller deceased Ia
of Geo..Wfn. Virginia,who served in that it will l need but the work of ten or twenty ,
l Bate o CQSOUli8IOIUL m Knlt/ar.-The Boy running Into the drug store with a dipper Matter of all presides. May this sad dispensatIon Divine tt. In Mid DrJohn

the revolutionary wax. Ii mother ".also taken years to clear Virginia completely' of that part of Democrat of Kentucky have completed their Con iu his hand: "Doctor, mother sent me to the Providence Impress upon the mind of his Surviving Brethren L. Miller Administrator, of enit Court..! -

prUonerduriag the 11aoD Of: six--_ brothers, .her'p'opuJatlOD.compaD1 of one han rutd gr ecional4i0inlnBtiona, We give below a list of ., shotecary pop guicker'n blazes cor bub's sick with the solemn.waring, M Be ye also ready." Elizabeth Miller deceased Alexander ,

(&n dead)on*. 'al.n.ftep in the.war ef through on.Saturday. the candidates; I the pickeu .eh ex, and' she wauts a thimble full of Raolttd, That 'by the death of our{Deceased. "Brother, P. Miller Thomas J. t

IMS; surgeon U.'a Navyand 4 eI polly golUe,in this tin dipper eec we hav'nt a bottle Ar rsTrs L. FBHIR our Lodge has lost a Member whose Miller Elisabeth C-lfinItr. and I .
Uo"l. First district-lion, Henry C. Burn and the' cup's bine witters in it," Got exemplary conduct while living reflected the highest honor 'Wm. J. Maler. J
Afad' Pierce JL, was A WBAUC ix THB .Guw--The Tampa(}'.) ,PeninuZo ,. .pint got
.aeb 0 Cn tr v Second O. Peyton/ any? i"Junlua"- upon the Lodge of which he was a member and beautifully illustrated to the satisfaction of the Court that
*t.MM & ut. ., The.1* states',that 4n the 12th uUTy'"a large,whalewas ThIrd district-Joseph H. Lewis. ._ -0---_ _- the strength and e*ellence of those principles IT Alexander appearing P.' Millt1' Thomas J.MiWar. :ElIzabeth
t utli'1rom the aeckCt e FaMo$ on h Fourth'district lion A. Talbott; ) the
Urw$ : & the-' regi- rway which Masopery Inculcates. Mhl.rare non-residents
e.b1 Dg o/i &tmet rr I just come from de (\ r-.bouse, C. Miller and Wm.J. .
$ tie b. Chernbusoo, where e1athe'wbkbi21i3e'w from New Orleans to Mnpa. He spxrated" or Sixth fthidrI4-on dlsirjut-fW-'J.J. IL M.Jewett Elliott where I made a short speech." "Made a speech, Resolved, That the Members of this Lodge remember his State of Florida :* ..,

ma Judge.Buttafala o. *& in -i'.bIQ wed''' 'four Limes in fclght exposing to view, SeV nth diW-Thomas B Holt .Sambo? yet don't say eol" Y.e.a.se-&-.; 1 many virtues while living,and will ever cherish aa affection It la therefore ordered that nU Mgt{ app 01' -

the ItU Umnft& rAt8Yooksgi11sntiyp r.ttei each time, about sixty feet of body. Eighth district-Hon.. ;Tames'B. CUy. made a speech- short speech-a thort speech-avery ate regard for his Memory. to and answer plead or demur to said .

-- Ninth dIstrIct--Uoa. J. C. }1O 'short'speech.;" Why nigga, what did yer Ruolflid. Tkat we,,deplore the untimely fate of our deceased fore the firU Monday in Nc iftb? Vft0the .
J: t" Wall de called do court and I Brother, and tender to his bereaved family the. uani* Bill than be taken u confessed -gImitthV
t :. sr hei't, is a man Iq'WhltrCc., Illinois who Tenth district-Hon.. 'J.;.W..Stevenson: say : me up in 0p7oth1set .
said, SOT GUILTY I L' taco of oar sincere sympathy. ,And it fc farther orderedV Tha' a .
KxeetattT*'Jft>polauat itv., ..p : ,hasa wife that ltaibOrpe-ht children; the 1'0 BtAt, That these proceedings be signed V *by the Secretary der be published in a uewtpajsee. p.t' ia'-,

; '. iti (Sppobied:.Opl Blohardsoa of. rsf six came by: Woa 'jkt .ceu1tiiiIobythreeswhile Uf" Tne thIrty&FlglTglisiJ' who Baltimore so 4)sttty Poi Good. ; this morning.- and entered upon the minute, aad'taat a copy btfiranr-. Florida"ouee a week *-!IOcr )lattM. .V.--
the aernpoA\tf for nornfng.Patricfc-anppf1'
DU ,O ot, YT1t ofiWt.Bb the faii one poor helpleas lonely tWng! :decamped by mltted to tti*'widow ofth.peceasad.. V at Chamber tbia 8th dar oJues-1U' -
< Q. .J M nd4S' aft.crnoojr1smused thtmsetres- on. the,way Slippery? And, bejabers, it II nothing else, your V TVMYXJCi .
; ;: t*niiIenry :iuxp ., ",e&mtlllto Ibis'!WDfJd.'Without, .company;..' Sixt.ea, 'byflrbg the, 'c ntnt.ottbeh'. rIver 'at cow.siqivgthsred. < I, S honor j-npoa my word, and I ,\ii" down three.tlmea J.Tl08. HAYWARD BIKES. ')})_CofIUftt V.. Juna 18 'VV 5'T-'V 44n1i. VI

ter : .:'i ehlldrf-at. Ie." 1J&ii' ',". ,\'. >>" .: .-.. .,. and 1hone<.gratipg ia 1b.Ji.\11; .! I, without getting tlr once." 1, e.; _. DYzB, :. .' ;,.. .. :" V

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Received For,Sale.. F -TBHOUGH ? s- < flfliUCET2NcE1E133 ;t p f *-: ''' ,'- ..- .
.a Just ,' -1Aj. Young,. 48 HOUES .GEEAT ; .:'tit. .
LIKELY NEGRO MAN aUot Septan -, ., _
Of 'f' L
Per Mower; : "4 Wm. '7?. i A age who is a good. *. ,Apply at this & J@ llll Yl .& Jjj/i1 '9 ,. o..n.sTo. -- r l-7 F ." II "1<

DRUMS fWb Dried Fig& Oee. juiw. 8. 'ST. 28 ANDSOLICITOR : 1ZO1Z_..X'S*, .R:; :
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D Boxes :ri.bC.ei' IKmO&t.1o IN EQUITY, milE UNDERSIGNED b now rvoriving bit Qt ., .
G Guara Jelly, Note Lost. die Courts otbe Eastern Cir. .X ,stuck. Spring Good, wLi; will be Urft tad frILL ,curixvi.rXORUG ,.
j \RTttL; : practie* fa :
1 Trail NeW D& u. LOST on or about the firrt ot the present month, 'I f'euit of Florida and the Federal Courts. I complete which U offer Upbn lila: usual tfnn4to liberal, discount fcls & MEOLCIN( BULI4-: .:
AYES & LIVELY. punctual customers and fa all !WstaWe! -
"57. 24 but. for: one hundred and thirty dollars, no toJ'ICX *T' OAINSTH.LK.'ALACBCA :') i iREJt'ERENCES Milton 'U1tl Ch&ttahoe, made for CASH. D. VTILSON.. -%1p. 1' ?!.!."'atD, sax_ '- :!'
June 18 date given for the hire.of
a negro:named Major,
for the year 1854, payable' to XJeorgeJtfrJones or : : U. S. Mail i i Line March 14S7._H_. .. 9 .. .
A Fortune for only Si! bearer signed by William JeakitMaod StepbeaSano- Cirr. .7. J. Lrcxs 1 THE LATEST SPRLtG AND 8PMMEB OJ' TiiE .'iCotttlRi.:
and Cou J. D. AIKM, V Charleston, S. C. orra1.; oeii- :t
den credited with vv
Subscriber baring been for the past twenty a payment of $tzs. 'AU j t ... ..., .
TilE f die manufacturers of l'atf persons are cautioned against trading fur tUs same, P&sta& TIVJ1IPlOf, .. -. Leaves Milton ; .
!Arl. ne greatest D*. JAiLS 8. Josia- 7ililahalltt. FIll: Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 -SIY.I. 'S -. .
e.in tto Untied StutH.ad as payment has been stoppeL Curnsrof Clinton dMtosig4.1'UAi .
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>f lidtM' Perfumery ,.
i i o'clock
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Jum. a.,
67. 23' .
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business, ii prepared GEORGE W. JONES. .
Iwvinp Owed cut t.:' f Jat.uarylV,1S58.: .S _, : # .
,ell the Recipe. so a* to give ( .L tr. a chance to.zethtr.g May 30, 1837... 2J-3w I ham ChaUahoochre Tuesdays and.Sq! r.I Tobehadat. .. .
.. toww r.5 "li.ellhoo.ml: the redi CARRIAGE I I day'after the arrival of the Slt mtr.Jrcm D. WILSON'S. Co.Partneili1iNot1, . .' .' .
*i fmm vhicb be hili nunubetursd the articles to i SAVANNAH. LOTTERY. THE undeniirned begs leave to ;inform the .citi Apalachicola and the Slag from Tdllahai- ._- THE uod rugn.d .!. this day.aUr t4- Ii.tua vt; '
'xf'nt, art the fIwing.1 Vir : : Tallahassee and vinciuitv. that be h& : Fla. 0
tee and Ge. .
a gteat: BainbriJge, nxtbif .
Bitters. UNDERSIGNED[) !i. now recemnflr A large 40 ?? "
1. To make Dr. KcnW }1uaIti Restoring ON TUB HAVXNXA PLAN OF 81 GLE XUMBIRS. opened a carriage shop iq this place jpinipgBrokan's T ': ..
UraudetL's Faciiij F.i. .lA. "IN. -GOOD 1 TWO-HORSE HACK t and feedstock of .SPRINQ .and SUMMER WHOLES ALE.& SET/UL\ ; .

2. FluU ExtracL of Sarepni ilia. Llrery, Stables, tl1ltts tine"is now in first rate order.' Tile whole GOODS to the inspection of which It* invite the DEL"C'G a'D' ...: ....

4: The woiliketiuwnej] Scotch Hair Tonic ANDERSON & SON, in tbe building formerly occuple b'y J. L. Groner, I k has been renewed with new and comfortable I Public generally: dnd.t tb ai. i.6t. t8 .1 -, .- .
:. Jtot Jim 1 e CoJogiw. MANAGERS where he is prepared to do ail l kinds of work in 1pm Hacks. The Drivers are careful, sober andaccommodatinjr. INSISTING IN PDT OFi : : .'t -' -

6. -,tji.t1 Hcnoy, \*ica cannot be detected from line, at tbe shortest notice and on the mOIL 'A liberal allowance of baggage- Chintz.Barege,nrCl1 d l(, -AMES&UVE.L.\ : 1; "' ..
t11fot) roM" Ly beta, tllkr i rot.r .r t.aste. ar.i ioes SUCCESSORS TO J. F. WINTER. A AGERS. REASONABLE TERMS, lowed to each passenger. and Organdie Flounced'Robes. -.--'

not tcwe the cost of tJu' C4IMlp4"st Crown slgar.: Prizes -- Solid Colored and Figured Barege, THEY will be pleased.to us their{ fH,a-Js .
InJelihte Ink, for marking linen Payable Without Deduction. .Ilth as carriage painting find trimming; making new Silk Tissues and
7. V tIt :r.c..t AGENTS: Crepe de Paris and patrooi tb.old-sUndof D.:II Ajr.e*.
wem* ppni-el. ltd Profits immcns, eoinpetitinn.r buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Having At Millon, JAS. Chintz Brilliants. where they will keep a foil and t>tietaasortinotofArtklM _*\" '

X,]es'large. Capitol Prize 60000. procured a first rate Geneva,.Ala.:, W. D.A.Mo.faoK CiiAFFiir, Printed Lawn. from 10 to 75 ct*., "pperU.aKirtotb! : .- .
humgSonp8. Pointer and Trimfakr French,Scotch, and A mer'n.Gingham, ''
9. Sow England Carriage CampbeUon J W. Siirrii noel Qirr is'D.flAMES.: : .,
li(:,. Bet Old Windsor Shaving Soaps.Tb 30OOO TICKETS. from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do !Murianria W., Nicitotg,, French. Engliib. and Amer'n. Print, H. LIVUT, .

*" Shaving Soaps are tcknowledged by all toths this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it Cbattaboochee b. COLSOX. Black Poult de Loire. January 1, 1858. 1.. .oJ 10. ..f. .
t popular S"p* ia the mark ft. The HairTcaic'l'M JA8PEE co iifi ACADEMY LOTTEBY Black Gro de rhine, .
can be done at the North. Passengers can be taken through with I I )
been tart? used by the most aristocratic inSoutkad All those who have this kind of "ork 'to do and security, and with comfort Black Chalbes I : ..
and England. Tiie recir e was purchased at BY A VTHORJTY OF THF STATE OF OEO. Alpaca's and Eombtzines. MILES mm GO: ,
wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give GEO. D. FISHER, ,: ..
a ::ret trpcnse "Any pcraoa of ordinary! industry OLASS Y.Dnwi satisfaction, wculd do well to call on Proprietor and Contractor. Db&Lh& J h K'
line Lis in short time Linens.
and bn"il"eil' Ufi ea! pockets Jcne 15th 1857, at St. Andt ws' Hall Savannah TVM. KUHN3: Mfl; 95'--, 10tfICEilGE "
bv jnsncfjrtari'jg the articles; cr they-arc worth Ga. under the swom superintendent of W. May '8. '57. 18 I Fronting and Sbirticjr Liceni, DRUGS P.lUTI; ; I
more tln nil.v tJmes tLe price of tliein lo u,e bnly in R. Symons, :Eq, and J. M. Prentiss,JEq. _- Pillow Case and Sheeting Linen. .
the family All I have to Bay is, try it. I do not ahkou '
Fancy Shirting Linens ;
: Florida House. MEDICINES OIL 8' t
to take it An roy Veconjmendation but refer. if GXIFICENT,7 SCHEME: Fancy Linens,for Gents and Youths wear. t. .
;ou wish, to the following] well-known pentleiqen, 1 Priie .'. 4 t n.oo HOUSE heretofore known as TTNTIL further notice, XO33 will be served .
vix: Hon. Lewis Case, Michigan: : : Hon. S. Col fax,Pa; 1 ; 4. ,. 20.000 THE Georgia House," late Me"- u U ont at the Depot of the St. Marks and Talla- Spring and Summer I TTTOULi,V )inform tieir fnenda and tnl.puUte,\.(. *

Hon G. Dame, N. H.; Messrs. Richards & Co. and 1 ... 10.000 Bain's Hotel, will continue open for the I'I. hasse Railroad every morning between the house of T they hare on Land a good asiortment me
C. W. Lt'iiuz. M. BalU'raorr4 F. W. Bemis Et}, 1" :. ... .6,000 reception of pert on. traveling by public i 5 and 7 o'clock. After that time it can be foundat RNTRLA articles as ire generally kept l in their line of bcsin'rv s%,. '

Ih'1.e. ; Hall fe BrotLtr\. Y ; A.& Bennet Kq, 1 4.000 or private conveyance through Thoraasville. It:; is the Drug Store of E. BARNARD. 9OF and will shall/receiving be/ reasonable.i reanlarljjreah wppE. ,.. .
? terms
1 I&thiteI. find R 'V. Alfred Payne Pluladelphia.ifusa. .- 1 :. 2.000 under the control ard of
management a Lady. Those AT THE DEPOT DEscairrio'S.
I will send all the above ten recipes to .. ... nay Tallahassee: ApHl Vttl83814.. .
: any 3 prites of 1,000 are.. . 3,000 desiring genteel and comfortable accommodations, .
one. on the receipt ef O*E DOLLA, or any one for nine C ; .. ;. ; fiOO are .. .. 2.500 may rely upon her best efforts to please. Price of ICE to Stockholders 2 cts. per lb. Bonnets M DjOAL' N-Q..IO.Jr. '
coots postage stamps. Send gold, Post Office .100 u ..1.-1 -lOOare. .. Situated .4 V" II .
lure* 10,000 |f" at tho South end Jefferson SL "all others 2 i ,
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tamps or New England bank bill*, if they, can beobtained. 100" .. 50 are. 6,000 Thomasville Geo. Gi A lA&or ASSOSTUIKT o; 11 -' t

Katibfkrtion j is not promptly given themonev 72 Approximation Prizes .eo ... 8,760 May 16, '67, 20-3m No ICE will be delivered unless tbe order i i. accompanied ENGLISH FRENCH, AND AMERICAN -' DE-. B'1-.R'JOU G-: :
shall p"rtivelj be refunded. Address, encloinj SOOO prizes of|SO 80,000 with either the Cash or Tickets.Ice STRAW BONNETS, .
tallabasMe .
located In i is
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ISAAC I i ?the money W... KENDALL to Orange N.Hampshire. -8286 Prites amounting' to.$21660- Edward M. West, Tickets TRIliMED LACE AND STRAW BONNETSALSO HAYING services to tjb...(toblie.- *Offi. .* pro ait.Dr.Baroard's ..

Jnne 13,' ? 24-6t Can be procured at the Drug Store of E. Barnard, Jr A LARGE ASSORTMr OT Drug Store. \
$10; Halves 61} Quarters 2 50. JUSTICE OF? THE PEACE. -
"- Parties residing in Bel-Air who may wish ICE French Flowers Artificials, ic, dc, &0. Dee. 20.1858. 5l4 m (

list of letters, Small Scheme Draws Every Saturday Office over the Shoe Shop of M. Rupp. can have the same by Passenger Cur. by sending MEDICAL NOTICE.- .
their blankets, dittlnctlimarked, and the Embroideries. .
0 l EMAIN1NG in the Post Office Tallahassee Fla, Bank Notes HOURS 8 o'clock. to I 12 a. m. 2 to 5Talf.haa8ee. Tickets. money or' .
of sound Banks taken at OFFICE NOTES LADD St. Marks. 0Drs
1857 par. Rich V aleb ne Maltese end Hobathoo aatU of
jJnrie1I_ Checkiton New York remitted for May 16, 57. 20
prizes. May 23, '67. 21 Collars ana under Sleeves, RObertson & 'Bond ./
A.-ReV' Edward Aubril ((2.) Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packa- .
Emb'd. mouslin Collars from 12 els. i-
| to$8CO, *
y.-p Biegf, Edwin; Blake, D 0 Branch, Casuel ges of Tickets to For Sale. Emb'd. mouslin Sleeves.. formed i. io-partrm.hip in -tb* prftctic**-

BrAnch J W Brantly. John B Bickner, M Birney. ANDERSON Mrs Rebecca Bracke'ttC. Macon or Savannah. Ga. THE subscriber offers for sale his resS Hats of Tallahajiee pnd sarroppdmg coontry. :
.-Tison Carpenter Hon \Vm Caine Thos 3T E3T Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Winter ATTORNEY AT LAW, S situated on Monroe Street, tar Office over the Store.lately eceujilsd by Bet
'Cox. Col J G Colernan. John Cason. Mann jer, vill send them to us for payment. : and one of the most desirable locations A LAIT3E ASSORTMENT Of ton i Hisr i g s.
D Daridsoa t Stephenson, Gabriel Duvall May 80,'57. 22NASHVILLE T TALLAHASSEE FLA. in the City of Tallahassee. II Gents and Youths Spring and Summer m Feb. 23, 67 9-tf '
C U Down u ((2) L H Dunlop.E. (Office in the Post Office Building.) -ALSOI &S HATS. JS _
.-Miss Mary E Elliot ((2) A K Edwars. May- 23, '67. 21 Dr. Miles H. Nash :
f F.-L L FUher.G. FEMALEACADEMYa will sell my large and well known brick Clothing ..

.-MissLLGrarg*. 200 Bbls. Assorted Flour Livery Stable, Carriage &CD &o. orrzas HIS pRonssiowAt IX&TICXS TO not crru j. orrALl&nJ.ssu .
II.-Hamilton Hadwn, Jos S Harrell,Giles Herring U'1) .
My terms will be liberal to a good purchaser.P 19&ntfDFlooomrnt .
Sam Houtonn G Henry, Mrs E N Herring, S 75 BBLS. Plant's and extra brands, B. BROKAW. Gluts fashionable CLOTHING. with Dr. M. NuhimmediattIlfutoltb.
A Holmes Jno A Hunter, Jno Herring Dr D.T p 4-_. 16" Extra St Louis superfine,. April 18, ':7. lg-2m OFFICE _
Holland Miss R Hayaun, M Hawk, Miss G Harrison. FOUNDED in 1816-at this time receiving addi- 50 Superfine. -- Boots and Shoes, May 19 1855. 20 -

Geo Herbert : ', tc, at a cost over 40,000, raising ; Salt Salt. A URGE ASSORTMENT OF .
..-Mrs A S Jones, Col Dance Johnson, Jack. the amount here invested and in daily use for educational -i The above will be sold low for CASU and CASH on- ; I Ladies, Gents Youths and Child SHOE9.jBA H. BERRY : .
K.-Capt E Kirby(2)( ) F A Kirby, Levy Kent. pnposes. to a sum over 200000. : Iv, and in Iota to dealers and retailers at reduced prices 1 000 SACKS LIVERPOOL in fine order I.J. -ALSO- J. .
L.-J M Lasiiei. J" Leiphimer, Ben H Lee' 8 B First Class Teachers in all Departments of Educa- i by D. C. WILSON. landing per Times.and f.lr sale by .
Love L H Lonelev. tion. and claims eminence in two particulars. i May 23, '57. 21 McN'AUGUT, ORMOND Ji CO. I Servants, SHOES of every quality. AUcti eet and Cprtitnl:*10tiTALIABASSXC

Hucgh"iIcCallura, A J McCombes,S W Me Hen!Ill-But two young Ladies have died here i I April 4, 18:'. 14Lathes' I STAPLE GOODS. MER1AW1 ; -

Elver, J M McEathren, Rev Jesse Mann, Jno MaiUsna away from their friends in 40 yean-not one case of I .
Alfred }Moore B C Maxwell,Stephen Mlnton, i. serious sictneM, except one of the deaths alluded to, Lost or Miscarried. I Dress Goods. Cotton and Linen O'snaburgs; Fla,Sept.29,1855. 29

B F Moore, J F McCollcugh, Henry McCray. in a family of near 200-within tbe last four years. NOTICE is hereby given of the loss of a certain Brown and Blue Shirting and Sheetings, -

0 Josephns A Osborne Dr W J Oliver. I Maternal Care-We employ a suitablennm. Note, and all persona are forewarnedagast t SWISS MUSLINS" plain" and,. figured. Choctaw Marlborouijh S Plaids and Stripes JOHN E ; LLOYD -
I P.-TTm H Porter, R S Pirtle Larinia Pearson, ber of pious and refined Ladies-who have no other trading for the same as it will not be paid checked lipe8. Apron Checks
Sarah A P McPope, Jno G Plant V? Pittman. duties but to watch after the health moral and social without my endorsement. Said Note was made by Linen Lawn, French Prints, etc. Bed Ticking Ac_ Ac, &c.wL. A.'u.aticiiooz'

B.-J Redford, Abner Rogera.S.Xaney habits of young Ladie Here is the cause of our Stephen Hall on the 17th day of January, 1856, due Landing from Sampson noel for sale bv EIAB.D AriD -

Small wood. Wm T Stockson Geo H unparalleled health, and also of other good results and payable to Sbsan W. Adams or order, in the sum i857. }bNAUGH1\.OmlOXD & CO. A large and well selected stock of HARDWARE. COMMISSION MERCHANT

Smith, SS Snipes. J E Shaw J NShaw, ((2))J Shaw, equally desirable-.--if not so manifest Our efforts at of twelve hundred d fifty eight 89.100 dollars, on April 16 AH of the above articles will be sold low by .
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TT E Sandeford,B F Spiers, Lizzie Spencer. this time are directed so as to make it manifest that the first day of Marth, 1857. Said note was mailed : D. C. WILSON. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

I, T.Alfred Thojs J R Tucker, Thompson & tbe south has Institutions of Learning,not only equal at Tallahassee and dire t ted to Mr.Presby N. Pepper Sea Island Seed. March 14, 'IS;. 11 1 9. 1856.
\ Wayne, Elizabeth Trice but superior to any that can be'fonnd in the north. Pleasantville. Henry county Ky. but never reacbed BUSHELS choice Cotton Seed, direct from July 29-ly

W.-Maj G"WmSon((4.JoeniliamE) E Wilford, We invite examination and comparison. its destination. The finder of said note will enclose j 0' the Island, landing per Times. and for sale bv I Corn. 8.AIJCTIONEEH& 1mIGHT .
:E Walker, T Warfuld. J C Williams, J C Ward, M Terms for the Academic Year of 42 wet'ks- the same to Susan W. Adam, Tallahassee, I'!n., as McNAUGIIT, ORMOND & CO. S; ,
Welch, U B Mills J M Wilson. Bt>ar.l and Tuition- i it will not be paid without my orJeiSUSAN. April 4, 1657. 14 'I 1 1UIIU fAA BUSHELS COtttf. for pale by COMMISSION MERCHANT

fJJ" Persons enquiring for any of the above letters Preparatory Department. ...f 200 W. ADAMJ. -', HOPKINS & MEG' INNISS.
will please say they are adver1iied.b . Academical Junior Claw .. . 230Do May 23, '57. 21-4t ICE2rces nfid 6 half tierces, lauding |Ser March 21. 57. 12Sundries TALLAHASSEE, FLOLIDA.
MILES NASH P. M. Senior 240 Times, and fur pale l>vMcNAUGHT September 1,1865, 05

Jane 13,'no (112)) 24-1 w Collegiate -. 275 Bacon and Flour. ORMOND t CO. '
No extra charges n connection with either Boardor April 4. 185'1. 14 9 BBLS.and 10 i bbU. Rectified Whiskey, WILLIAM SCOTT,
BBLS. Flour, 10 half do. 0
Notice. Tuition. 'O 4 Hhds.Bacon Sides, 2" Monongahala A r"irOft.T LAW
Gentlemen's Summer 6 choice 4 bbls. French ,
Ornamental or Studies.ftihsic Sugar Bread
of administration been Optional
haviug granted And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. M01fTICELto
LETTERS Landing from Pottis, and for sale by FLA.
tbe let of June A. D. 1857 Vocal Instrumental\ Piano '
day by or or Gui CLOTHINd-
from the Pettis and for sale McNAUGHT
Landing by. ORMOND & CO.
the Hon.Judge of Probate for the county of Leon, tar (Three,LesBons a week,) each. ..i $60 McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. March 21/57. 12 July aO,1853. SO ___ t 1 jaa
State of Florida, on the estate of Henrietta Mary Use Instrument Piano $10-Guitar f 5. 18, '>1. 16 FHOCK3 Sacla, Pants and Vests,assorted nuali- j, ,r .
i Croom, deceased infant daughter of the late Hardy Drawing and Use of Models. ... 85 ? latest stylo. A choice selection, landing Book __t."--- -.-, -_CHAKLES.__W.DOWXIXOBIRCHETT j'_
I B.Croom. all debt and demands of whatsoever y- Modern J..anguages-Lcsaon( each day); 40 Just from Brodie, and for sale by Bindery & DOWNING .

tnre against tbe estate of the said Henrietta Mary Needle 10 Received McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. rrHE&ok Bindery of McDOUGALL i HOBBY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS .FOR CLAWS .
: Croom, deceased. which ehall not be exhibited to me Latin and 20 "' March 2157 12Flour i again in operation.
; u administrator aforesaid within two years as prescribed Oil Paintjng and Use of Models. .. .. ". .. 60 Per WILD PIGEON: March 21 l l. '57. 12- NO. 490, Seventy freer,.

. by the sUtute of the State of Florida,in such Harp and Use of Instrument . :. .. 100 BBLS. Superfine and extra Family WASHINGTON ClTT.
cue made and provided shall forever afterward be Church Music no Charge. 125 Flour, Seed Rice. WILL practice.Before tbe .Court f Claims,anj
barred ; and notice 1s hereby given to all creditors Pupils ID Academic Classes not charged for Drawing 25 Bbls. Rectified Whiskey -,4 fBBLS.. Hnrrison's extra Flour SEED RICE for sale !,chums before Corigresa and the several
U by
legatees and persons entitled to distribution that Lessons. 10" Mess Pork 20 Superfine Flour, & 100' HOPKINS MEGINNISl Departzn. ntz. .
their claims and demands will be barred aftbe expi- Pupils charged from the first of tbe month in which Beef 10" common & July 28, 1855. SO v .
ration of the period aforesaid and this notice will be they enter to tbe clove of the Session. I 5" Sides nnd Shoulders, Landing from Schr..Pettis\ ,,and for ale by March 21, 57. 12 .

pleaded in bar thereof unl$s exhibited! within the W. will be ready to receive our Pupils during the 3 Tierces Duffield" Sugar cured Hams, McNAUGHT. ORMOND & CO. A. PERRY AMAKERTALLAHASSEE. -
tame. GEORGE CROOM, Admfr. week previous to the first Monday, the 7th of Sep 'a choice article,' March 2l, 'b;. 12 Spring and Summer Styles, '
Jane 657. 23-3m tember. On that day we resume our regular exercises. 2 Hhds.Sugar For 1857. A TV@ rgBY AT LAW

to continue without! interruption! i fur 42 weeks- 1 Box Fresh. Lemons, Sacon and Pork. *. rimE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last .FLA. S;

Notice.L including the preparatory and closing weeks. 1 i" Beef Tongues.For 4 CASKS Ribbed tJidt-s, 1 do. Clear (10.1v I arrivals from New York a full and elegant assortment Slay 21, 1853. 20

ETTERS of administration having been granted C. D. ELLIOT. sale-for' CASH by R. H. BERRY. 1 do. Shoulders, 5 bbls. Mess Pork. -_ Qf LADIES DRESS GOODS, consistingof -

to.me on the 1st day of June, 1857, by tbe H n. _May 80. 67. 22-St May 2, 57._18READ_ Landing! per Petti. nod f,>r sale by I' an endless variety of the most fashionable styles EDWARD j M. WEST; .
(5 Judge of Probate for the county of Leon. State of McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. I of Paris Printed Organdies on plain nnd plaid cloths,
( Florida on the estate of William Henry Croom deceased Tallahassee Rail Road. March 21, "67. 12 from plain to full chintz colored. Attorney and Counsellordt Law

hrfairt IOn of the late Hardy B. Croom, all A MEETING of the Stockholders of this. Compa- you in arrears for 1851 '52, '58, '54, '65 awl Organdy robes, designs eatireynew, TALLAHASSEE FLQmn
4 debts and demands whatsoever nature against the _t1. ny will be held at the office of tbe..Coppapy in ARE 1 If so, call at*ooce and let me know Spring Style Hats.MEN'S Jaconet '. .
estate of said Wm. Henry Croom deceased, which Tallahassee Wednesday 8th day of July next, at whether you can pay at all, if so, how much-5, 10, Printed Barege robes, designs entirely new, Ai-ri15,1S5& 14 .
hAll not be exhibited to mo as administrator aforesaid 11 o'clock, A. M. A full attendance is requested.By 50 or 100 cents in tbe dollar I want to close all ae Panama Leghorn, Malaga P.ilm F| Grenadine robes striped Brocade and China -- J -

t within tw.years as prescribed by the stat ate of order of the President. counts due me to January 1857, and will compromise (, Dunstable ami, Merino Hnts. / Flounces) HUGO A. COBLE Y,-
thr State of Florida, in such case made and provided, TUOS. BARNARD, Secretary. with all who give a satisfactory explanation of their BOYS-Canton Braid, zieghoru, Pedal and Panama. Foulard silk Flounces.
still forever afterward be barred; and notice is hereby May 80 1857. 22-61 ability, and close on their own terms.T. Hats. Double skirted Marquise Flounce, together with a Attorney at law, .
: given to all creditors, legatees and enti- HAYWARD. .MISS.b'STU8can and Pedal lints. beautiful assortment of Linen Cambric in dress
tled persons : Lauding from Mystic and fbr sale byMcNAUGUT patterns., white printed and i'olka Brilliantes, TALLAHASSEE: FLA.
to distribution that their claims! and demands Don't Read This April 18, 57. lft-6t spot
will be barred at the expiration of the period aforesaid. i I ORJIOND i Cd.March printed Percales iu great vamtv. &(.. ic-.. &c. January, 1S7. 8-ly .
unless OH, DON'T !II! 21, 57. 12 BUTLER DEN HAM. -
exhibited withui the sam*, and this notice will Gloves Hosiery & Hdkfs. i -
be pleaded in bar llreo have just received from New Orleans, Per ., March 14. 57._11_ Anderson J. Peeler
T ADIE3' Misses
WE Gcntleniens', and Hose Rice-Fresh
GEORGE A. CROOM, Admt'r. Scbr. Wm. R. Pettii, and New York Per I_J and half Hose Boys' I Ri(5e; ,
of the
._ Jane 6,'17. 23-Sm Bark K. H. Gamble a laree- and well selected Buck. Thread! and .Lisle Gloves_ .- .. I X A WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive Opening Season. Attorney and Counsel1 t" at Law

-- STOCK OF GROCERIES.ALSO English Twilled, Silk and Lineo Cambric Hdkfe. t/V7 in n few days direct from Charleston Sendin BONNEtS SOLICITOR
Notice.ALL Landing per Sampson,and for.sale by ". '.. your orders and hare it marked, yon who waut. .1 1QUITY.NEW.poRf ,
persons having"demands against the estate McNlUBHT, ORMOND CO.April1S't. -ALSO-. Hedtl Dresses, Freilch Flowers, FLORIDA.TT7ILL .

Sanders late of Gadsden county Wines. Brandies Syrups, Cigars &c. 16 150 boxes Manufactured TOBACCO at lower Rrtfihes; Ribbons, Blond Edgings ,Practice in the Courts of the Iti&fl-Cbraft-
The Subscribers determined after this to
deceased will take notice that. they.must T-T
present abandon tbe tern CREDIT.For prices han you pay this Spring in the big city of &c. &c. SpebiAlifttcntioa paid to Collecting. -
them to the undersigned duly authenticated within ys selling goods on a VerthifiePU New York. For further particulars enquire at March 2157. 12Attorneys
the time prescribed law this ootioe will be Cath Producewe ;
by or or Country D. LADD Bonnets trimmed, 1 -
plead in I bar of their recovery; and all persons indebted will at any time be bxppy to serve our customers 48 DOZEN" MeLane Fabnettocka Vermifuge. March 21, '67. 12 Newport. MOURNING 4' 1LOYD & HOLLAND;
to said estate hereby notified to make immediate Ora "
are with goods of every degcfipticn at a small advance 36 Tonic ptJ.C .
payment thereof to the undersigned. above New York and New Orleans prices. If you Jaynes Crape anti Straw Bonneta trimmed, at Law.
JAMES SMITH.- &hff.and dubt it come and try, us, at J. B. Gamble's Old 24 24 Perry's Dead Shot for Worm, MANTILLASFOE White and Black frames WILL practice ia the Circuit Courts.01 Mld41,
Strongs Vermifuge
ex offiCIO Admt'r. Stand, Corner of Monroe and Jefferson Street Powder Plain Straw Weat Florida,and in the Supreme Ctrcttof
June 6, '57. s-s. .BROKAW & RHODES.May Santonin Worm Seed Oil,&e.AMES. 4 50 Tttt Hair Nenpolitande. the State. Also in the District Court of thi Uaj-
Flat Bloomers, Gipsies, Shaker Hood ted Statev the No'rtbern District of '*
23, 57. 21ifBfqllet '. Infant Leghorn Florid >
: Notice.A April '1. 57. IS Spring and Summer of 1857 C.burg, &c. &C. R.J.-FLOYD. ot8ce.Apa1uJ.D.PHOLLA.NDOOIce Flat

LL persona having demand agaidit the estate of SPRING & SUMMER rpHE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Exrrtss. Head DresSSS unsurpassed for style and variety Quiacy, Flal_
-.cL: JL few of those most Fashionable and Ribbons of the most exquisite designs in Dec.22lS55. 51WILLIiM
James Hazzard late of Gad county deceased a by far the great variety -
BBLS. MULLET for sale at reduced _,___ _
a price L
GOODS: black and white Rusbee.l1arrow ;;
will take notice that they must present themto 15 most desirable, : medium and A
the aodcnigiMd dory authenticated within the time 'by D: C. WILSON. 4-. L'dce Mantillas wide Blond Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all other articles. 8. B1LUORTII,
!I 57. 21 Chantilly .
prescribed by law,or this notice will be plead in bar May HODGEISS SCOTT & POOLE appertaining' this department: of a Ladies '
of their recovery; mod all persons' indebted to said of various patterns and designs, which they offer on toilet. BUTLER 4 DENUAiL Attorney aid< f1iiis H r. at Law)

estate are hereby notified to mule Immediate pay-- ,. Nails Are now receiving a Large Stock of the most reasonable terms. Call -early if jon wish March 14, 'B7._11_. MONTIOELLb. ,
tneot thereof to the tmdenf! ed. 1 A A KEGS assorted NAILS for sale in lots SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS the choice selections. BUTLER March 14. 'C7. Summer of 1857. T TILJr tice fa t CoorU.of the HkUI Cir-
JAMES M.SMITH:, Sb'ft and JL ww to CASH purchasers at reduced prices by Embracing every imaginable style ofLADIES' _llpTallah f V euitandTbwnaod pn
Loirndta County. Ga
ex othAdmt't D.C. WILSON. DRESS GOODS, Tizi: see S&& Blind WHITE GOODS of every description amour \far !!. \8& a.11:
6,'liS. J-8. May 28, 57. 21GROCERIES we mention: : _
; ) aDd .
104 11-4 Allendale
F.&CrOH.Y.TBt Sheeting,
FULTON FOUNDRY -BONNETS, tc.;, tcJ: Pillow Cue Linen, tON. & GALBRAITH .
A I lirge loi of cnJersl l ned adopts:this method informing 8-4-and 10-4 Counterpane*, \TToal'fzYJ"'T LWf.TAUJtoiMXK,
Clpthjog P'J.4-
a11aha F1a. ,
&ee that he has recpraineoeed the above .
received public
the Wir. R.PKTU We have a ccm- Cambrics, Jaconets -
'"THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the BY A large lot of Mens' Clothing, business m the city of Tallahassee and ;would be Plaid Muslin MA.'LO'NQ/ i j.B.oAiBBArrn bar s w:

X poblie that they hare associated themselves in I signmefrtbfGROCERIE8 Boos Shoes, Hats; and Cap*.' pleased to receive,the patronage of his friends. Shopat Paris. C& ""in the practice otLa..- They
buiaMft the Rail Road Dtpot L W. BOWEN. will attenJthe_ Oo eth.MWd1a.Crcujt the s.
,coder the came ADd style ofCtrtij And every Other article of Merchandise suitable.for \ Swhs" ,
which we will cell FOR CASH aa low M they can this market March 7, '67. 10 Embroidered Swiss preme CoorU:and thl Datriit Coijrt* Crf the.TJnittd'
? Bijft & Co. .
State-s itTaUaiuifeji
be'kad at any Boos* in the City. Call and ..
for ths purpose of following t trade Founders and The Consists ffy examine them.jg3 Dr. A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. -BRILLLVtfTES1"Plain Office ppf osnWth! OeBrtI; ! 1l&a&Ddare prepared to execute all kind of Consigmeat' of: HODGKISS SCOTT & POOLE. and fancy Marseille, October 28, 1 8 4., lyFlrs. .

bark appertaining to this bonnea Steam Engines 10 Ck Bacon Sides April 11. 67. 16 PRACTICING DENTIST Frilled long Cloth" .
fonmbed to order-Bod warranted to give aatistacUoa 10 BboBldera :' _. 'Patent. Crinolin, .Ft JiCii. .:;,: ,
Softr ttm &Del' Ostinr .of:*H feuds wade with 6 ** Plaio ff1 ,Per West Wind TALLAHASSE', FLORIDA.* ,Plain and pty 1J'Nalnlooki ; -j .

BW&MM aad dispatch. ,,7tat aod MtiroatM furnished 20,Bbk eommon Whiskey I De.mbl27.. ISgfl. 53 -MUr.t.sL. A.RTIICLA-L-, -.','.:. e"t '
of all kinds of Machinery""Eogioeerfng.. 20 Bags Ri. Coffee, .442 FROM NEW YORK. lifi -'v' i i - $ ,
They -
hue tece1y1e tJ&t
Muslin Hinds'Cambric By Expreuw;
trs also sole agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Engines 20 Bbls.St.Loins Flour, OA BAGS Rio Cv' for Gtauog Cuttoo GriodiD >ndj B ;_ od Urn 10 ? Exfra .idv S Tierces Rice French sets, boys OonaLal1ld im .
L. ta .qp
and Gentlemen
oa"a GriSt Mills fc*steara or terse'power. 6 J Sugar,(a choice articJeljf 10 Boes Adamtine Candles; : IDES, rs and Meat :-Pork, lauding perljy8ticaodforaa1eby 'Barbordere4.H 8. and EraVd Handkerchiefs market.'B "'.Dtin.E'1t tbr t1 -"
f : Handkerchiefs .
We haY stock of '10 :u j :
upjj. u.
.JOSEPH CARDY. on hands large f.t. : .
WILLIAM BATA, : wFECJ'Staple 25No.: 1,Soap v ,, JlcNAUOHT, ORMTD'iCO, Real" VaL-Lace tc, te-4e.. :.'' l! ,-. '. 11. 1_ 1't .'_... :

JOHN CARDY., : GsoiSfrrhlcb 10 Kegs best Goshcn Butter,' Newport March 1437. Y .J' Marsh. '*51. BUTLER" d' DENHAM' .... .. ,.. "_ j.:'. ,;' t" -

May 10,Tl. !t-Gm- loir CASH'..wifl ielh.t small advance on 26 Boxes Ct'eese, lo'.r e- 1'- tl'. < 'JI .. -R.((, .' .,,.,
cost. Country merchants are invited t. call aDd fill CIGARSvtr. '
'. up tbair ortmebt, Wi Dtve"al*>a few piece ofTRNIT11 6M.FLrtSegan.9AXSO { tLt' 'f '-Jame3rlii CottonSSeed r 28 B'8LS SUG&R, *r t-f ...'
5otit56 tOsackICO .
YVIM'. ,.1. '' t
'a&..plated ,. ( :_ March 2157. 12 .a i ThUer. RU .
all note ao4 accoocU for**mee Sjarcb, Picket,. .- .. >T.YEARS GROWTH IN FLORIDA.OAA '" '. ."
J ftMffc V Jt JWp 'ia th4t baodi of G. 'Parlor cad domWnrf'thilrt, Boreaus.'Teto' aTete, Pepper Oysters,. '_ 1) ... BUSHELS Sea I.lands.eottoaS! d, from" PIlaL.'t". .'... .J. '.
M-1'OWNS..I b BtaiMJi .'H'Ioga>y.and'OfiitAga niT.BAYRP.4QV.TaU.biu.e.. Cbampacider; Lobsters,' atS ':',' :: '. i\J\J So. .Ca,, OfiginaUfy,rTb Cotton from .. 'I1" k" ". ,.. .

. Uaer.ot.Lru..: dO.'o NTtJw 'tteada- yAmuoq Dtnag :TitbMt'cost. Grnmd-GTnjfer,; : ..Aisorted Candy," .' 'OO BUSHELS, landing par ..Mystic .and' for this seed e uoaada'feadiI'AonJ 75 eta. to ll.OO per A.tbJ1. li --
tar. .. eadT tt4ntMi1int1i tp&tt .,c" ,for CASH.:Ojl d:dn them; Slatns-: : Pot Ath! ,1.-1 wili by -, .- 'pound in tiaCharltstonnMirkst. $. For tale atll.00", ) A1i'"aaJe .t -t "
Xa 10- t"- no: -JO'1IN''EVU .. -. .". "': \ : J I '('.!.tal! "tJASH" .5; R. H: flRRYMareh2'T McN1YG1IT-OIMDt'CO.. p r. Buahtl'T.. --; R. H. 1'ERkT. per. .,l.a&1- '".-. ,J lfAl1'OUT.,OQrU"..i :w .if _

7 ,, U.I. ',, .- g7 v. l""n: :-,.90-11:, -entepy..[_-/ I I ;.' -II I N'ell'r" March J 14, 57. 11 far h- n.' 11 : 't'po.fWare" 'J&. 'I7.fl_ ...!; .--e ','

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S The Floridian,'& Journal TUB HOST> CSFf CL,- ,HOST' PESH-: -' ':: ; B.t V QXw1j. 3a. ] :S WHIT V Dr. McLAN"' .'

? Iron
JAMES S.; .JONES,,'E ttoit,&Piopaiio., THE CHEAPEST|* : .TAiXHASaEByt, "<1'LORlDA" / deaI in. ofiTotptr aU kihda of and Plain Sheet and.Fao- VEIlSjFTrGfiL1TER3PIMS4: :
better 'tie &:
lllan Beat :
"mBJt Pfli1d&. ( the otizefls
At Two la I adttnte.TEB5CS pleasure In informing
per:- canem.- Fu5ZeJ 1TeeE3'. Ii jV form bis friedds and the, J.pWifc .:: the surrounding country, that be la

07 ADVERTtStKO.- Tht vhob ontg,OH Dollar a Ttaf.. *$ _. that be bal rebuilt hlsJL wait on aU that wish i to patroo)
DISCOVERY ) large Brick Stable, at the.old stand and is, DOW CANS, boaioeaa., He alo tooeran.) thanks _
of I* 1m"or Ite*.*rat itmertton f I 00 GREATEST of the Pr en J } Twrefth'hat
Oat equate prepared to cccommodate, hU friends and customers the poblio generally for the very Pa-.puau...t. .
each .ub *q0ent *, CO Detecing < He also baa attached to his_Stables a. good Black ly used in *tfth which be baa heretofore been .

Professional aDd Business Card inserted at f 10 per COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES., t':2 smith Shop where be will have have done all kind.of will be that a continuation ef the same They'are not '

6CSUC1.Advcrt'reiflrtU. Describe* iJvtry: Qemjine Bill in Existence and Plantation work, Horse shoeing and Carriage work in surrounding tb V V recommended
not marked with tie cumber of Exhibiting at t.: lance everjConntet.- the very best riannfcr atrd,whh promptness and dis e keep on band a full supply of all
insertions will b. continued until forbid, aDci'cbat1tda felt ir l1irclllaUoo I. patch.November. the examine coming kepi in an establishment of his as Universal

n1in y. Arranged S.-l 85 3. 4t A foil assortment ofSbeet Iron
so admirably, that BEFKR'ENCE it
jgf Certificates of publication or I lfgal or estate EA8 r and DETECTIONINSTANTANEOUS" the persona Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Ssterm Putnp. Cur -alls; but simply fbt
nofces will not be given until the advertising fee U Carriages, Buggie- Harness. they are other articles too numerous to men

paid. ______ : Ilj rOr"Sale by .. B. Broka i. be for used the pu what: their name
E:g No Index to examine I No page to hunf 03 by TO BUILDERS. pur
up I But ao simplified and arranged, that tbfl 09 'g-jTHE Subscriber has just receited a slightest
BLACKSMITHING Merchant, Banker and Boaincti Men can tell a1; W large supply of Carriages ur Copper and Tin Conducting
t Glance 03 Baggies, and Harness which be offers taining full ; be promises to do in the most ports.The
0STHE oracle on the most rearfrtable! terms. and ) and style, and of tile best ma VERMIFUGE for
firm' of BROKAW & notice and most reasonable terms
having beeo dissolji It baa taken yeaia to make perfect this 0 November 18, 1854. 46 CODnoientl large engaged for the last eight years in expelling Worms &om

i | undersigned notifies bit GREAT DISCOVERY. MILES NASH & CD. in store. 1aee he thinks i it unnecessary to re

old customers and the public generally that be has The for Dealers in Medicittefi! &c. any further (to the public as regards the human
made arrangements with D. C. Wilson by which betakes been felt urgent necessity such a work has long M Drugs, All apply Cans a mechanic! but at the same time' system, has

firm of the shop formerly occupied by him under the to supply by Commercial the call for men.such It a has Preventive bees published j>U JUST a received general from assortment New York of per articles bark in R.H.our Oam-line ranted safe. him with a call good work and also been administeredwith

and needs but to be known to be Universally M such Il8 Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid May Sit tbe old stand formerly known
H.: B. Fitts & Co,, Patronized. It does more than baa ever been at S w White Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of be will be found at his stand cor the most satisfactory

_..1 is prepared to execute all work dooe in tempted in three by men.Different c.r It describes every BankNote best quality. Putty. Brushes Potash, Soda, Sparkling where be will be glad to wait results
now Languages various animals
viz Gelatm London Mustard French Brandy (very ,) THOMAS WHITE. V
their line of business, : ENGUSR TRENCH AND ERifA \. S for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper Lemon Syrup 48

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

pairing Carriages and Bug Re.O Tongue. 2
O gies, Plantation work of TERVS,-Ihe'papcr will be about 28 by 42 t1j Medicines. We keep none but the very beat And to quality The LIVER PILLS for

discriplion, inches, and will ooutasn tbe moat Perfect BankNote *N hope to merit your patronage. Every : ssee, F1a. ,

MiZllroM and every repairing same, Ironing \IVa. List P-iblished .. MILES NASH & CO. OF CO'EHTl: AXD ShEET the cure of LIVER COM..'
Together with he rate of Discount. March 29, 1856. 18 February
gons and Carls, Also a List of 0 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PLAINT all BILIOUS
and, iu faet every other discription of work made of Att the Pri 'a1t Banker in .Amm l. & Corn and: Cob Crusher : PiXui/FAscY AXD JAPANNED ,

Iren and Steel aU of which we WAREANT. and pledge A Complete Summary of the Finance of Ea RANGER'S patent Corn and Cub Crusher I RANGEMENTS, SICK HEADACHE

ourselves to execute at the shortest notwe.H. B. FITTS. rope and America will be published in each ediH G- have taken the Agency for the sale of these EUperior JUST Ilcad-Qnartci''? .

lion, together will all tbe Important news of the JE Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in of pure assortment of Cooking, Parlor &c.
Feb. H, IS!'. 7-ly day. Also t3IN11BESTmG tbe Country. A str-ck of these Crushers will be on April 5. [ Stoves trimmed with neatness

STORIESFrom hand early this coming Fall. Prices vry low considering at reduced prices. PurchasersviII please
Hotiee. great sating in feed. $45 $55 $65 each t
an Old Manuscript found in tbe East and !! for these sized: Prices unifarn throughout the Door Work. be
county. ask
with H for
THE nndersigned has made arrangements I, no where cite to be found. It baa never yet appeared O For further particulars call nnd examine for yourselves A Front Heads Guttering Cop- to
Fitts to take charge of bis Blacksmith Shop in print, and furciehct the Molt Complete W stock for arritea. Pipes Sheet Lead Sheet
a sample
as &
and hands and solicits, for tbe new fil m. the pAtron. History of (J3 so soon D. LADD. April S. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work ,I Dr. C. fcLanesCele

age of his old customers. D. C. WILbON. ORIENTAL LIFE Newport": July 5, 18SG. 27 done at short notice. I brated VERMIFUGE
Feb. 141857. 7-ly and
end described the Most Pcsitiona in Country Merchants

DAVID E HULL which the Ladies and Gentlemen Perplexing of tint Country ... One 45 Saw Gin.! 7 A zes, invited to give me a call before pur LIVER PILLS prepared V
}have been BD often found. These Stories will SAL1, a second hand OIN of above sire, has !. ,
WOULD invite tbe attention of the citizens of continue throughout the whole! year, and will {0 5 FOR e-nly used to gin 30 bales Cottotr, and as April, articles manufactacd from the very
the adjoining counties to his prove the Most KsterL,iuing ever offered to the 2 I good as new. For sale low l l1y warranted durable. No other arti .
c3) kmn. 1\A.
Good.s: Public. <: for sale.
McNAUGIlT ORMOND & CO.ovefnber .
Stools.CONSISTING OKROCKAWAYS 3?" Furnisbed.Weekly to Subscribers ouly at S I 8, '56. 45 ,4 42 I oPROPRIETORS

$1 a year. All J letters inust.be addressed to i V .'\_ two, SOLE Pittsburgh
TOP BUGGIES, JOHN S. DYE. Broker 2 \ White Pine Lumber. to Leather ; INSURANCE. ,

Buggies without Tops 'if Publisher and Proprietor 2 I 9 m FEET ''hitt'.Pine Lumber sissorfed, suitable erect by LIFE INSORANC'E CO,, Pa. and take no
70 Wall Street New York.O 0 ,
; for Cabinet Makers Sash and Blind Makers er All

who ride in them, .. CAPtTAL..11,000,000.
soothing that those March 21, 1857.
unless they are here. McNAUGIlT. OltMOND & CO. 1Tf' por for for the
nutriment descending one or more years or
., with doub ; I
dews sleep NEW COODS.I Nov., '66. 45 life ON' THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other preparations now

ic: Saddles: of all kin is; I : t!the insured on policies issued
Bri iles nnd Marlinses! ; ; and Stable. I r"HE before the V
Liverv Sale
Trunks Valrces and C.11 r.et Bags; : I JOHN PRATO RIO US, I' i. in ; i I Actuary.-Moaais V FRASILIX V ,Pes't public, pur-
of all kinds undersigned gives viz: Lot*
Jr4a Harness Rubber and Leaiher; Bating; I ,MERCHANT TAILOR, VP' TnE thjS ho has no-ltE 1-14, 226, received in Tallahassee by porting to be Vermifugeand

Hemp and India Ruler fleam Packing; _ chased the Livery Stable 2,18, NG, 858. B. C. LEWIS.
Dealer in Ready and Liver Pills. All
Made Clothing
S Lncinz and Upper Leather; William I. Newsora,in Tallahassee together the i ill the
Calf Luilns and Sheep Skins; Gentlemen's Fu.rnfshingfiG'ods.. good will of tbe establishment! and that lie is now THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.

Collars name"Trace G11\lnS. Saudlcra! nard-ware. -_. --- prepared to carty <-n the business in all its Iiranche', I Lets No .._.. ... .. ...500000. others, in comparisonwith
fact thing kept in a Store of this killJ.a. tnd promises the public with good accommodations I of the above
and in every / am now rccciring Fall and Winter Agent Company ,
well as some things, wbci! nrc not such fr instance my sup. in his Hue on reasonable terms. I I applications for and make insurance Dr. McLANE's, are

as Cotton Waffcons!, a few of wbiH n1e oubaud ply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Testing, 4c., oj RICHARD SAUNDER3.N. .- I Lois ,on Brick and Frame Buildings,
and will be *oiJ as soon as J ible.N. B-Jame3 T. Herring is my duly auth"omed i C2in, the J ,d c. worthless. .
Every Color] Style and Quality and hss entire control of the business, I The
B. Repairing done on skirt notice. agent representing 3 B. LEWIS.
I me as fully as if I wa personally present. I to Gov. The GENUINE McLa e's
Tallahassee Feb. 21, b7. 8-3m [Sent copy.DENTISTEY which I am prepared to make up in Oil most RICHARD SAUNDERS. whicli will Syrups, &c.

fashionable $style, on short notice I Sep. 6, 1855. 36 I Attorney Sparkling Cider Vermifuge and Liver

V Old Port Juice,
AND REASONABLS-TER.MS f" Havana I Until : Pills be had
LE 0,000 Segars, Brandy Chenie, can now at
T. 'J. CUR ,
DR. -ALSOA Sardines,
who love to smoke SEGARS
TfTILL continue in future, the practice of DEN I LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOfiS OF ALL persons find them t."getht't'il Rome choice Turkish -- : : Preserved Quince, I all respectable Drug
t South Georgia. mad Middle i und !, Pears,
VV TISTRY in I and Spacish: smoking TOBACCO at the DrugStore
East Florida. lie bag had several years practical experience I READY-MADE CLOTHING, of AMES & LIVELY. ders, Tamarinds, Stores.
in the profession the last three of which has I Nov.: 1S56. 48 FRESH I Spices
i, of the Consistine of every garment suitable for wirrfer,werr !
of coUl.tr '. His work } _. Pickles. FLEMING BRO'S
been in those sections such ns Cloaks. Talmas, Coats Vet, Pants, i2., Ac,, i ,
cl.ainctcr nod satisfaction I < For (- Sauce Salad Oil
u'd durable 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. I ,
most beautiful which will be of at low
deposed prices.
is guaranteed in every instance. : wi11 Also a lanjc lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt: Cellars, I rrceivc'l, l.1arsort'mnt of every vaiiefy j .- .' I Capers ,
to Z iouceio i la i j JUST i Cocoa,
Ail MHUimmications eut UnderliirU,':\: ". 8ock! ?, Ilcii;rv, tt(, engagement
receive attention as SOOTh ns previous j Those desiring a tlioiougb out-iit will consult ther ; und figured. Bordering to suit t :.11.lcnOUCALL' SCOVIL l1EAl.
will permit. .... _... i. owniuteretts by giving me a call r.s all the aJw-e :rtick's 1 HOBBY. I : No. Ill Charters St.New Orleans .
I have been selected with great care, an? ''ilTi a I Nov. 15. 185G. .j( ] "' Corn lUll in Use. I General Wholesale agent frr the SoT.bern States, t?
r.EFEP.E > CE8 : I Ino special iew to thciradaptutioH to this! market. I ti. :: 1 whom all orders must be addressed.
Ociobei 18, 1856. 1y-4 (11.! and to:1, most approved LANIER CORN E. Bartard Jr. MUst
J. J.SE'\\Jl l ThoinasyEle O& B. CLARKE i Sold by Ames & Lively,
I A. for eale the Subscriber. These
Hos.: P. E. LOVE J JHON. I at by J Nash 1 r: ; i for some time in us through this re
) Qnincr Gardner Ifjlls.Newport Carpenter
W.S. DiLWpt1II. ; ;
Monticelio, receiving his Fall and \7inJer Stock ofGOO.K I and I '
now I part'of Georgia. give perfect
W. E. HAMILTONHov J I IS & Co., Waukeenab; Mosely & Pope. Madison
GROWTH OF 185P.T'T'E i Sti'itallC; form I i with ease 40 bushels and the rise MontJctllo
J. C. McftuEE. t. irdiso Fla II I Palmer BrolIonie.no.: Pulesten. ;
Cox B. C. P ''. ) I,, would call the! altettion, of CUT fri'n- m.iT i 41] *"- r* 3 $ f V7 k ,,o. irl npHE i' Isja than the ordinary gin power ap : W.Rogers & Co. Cbattahoochee; B.ltzell & "Widge
ij'y maker furnishes hand! it
Fla. T the fntft\Jy.: to our nad U.'J : 9 JL a to put up;
::. j-X. WRIT : znn. Ai'igatcr public pre.sent Large W. on, Mananna; Nicholson& ZeKrUr. Bainbridge Ga.
N. B--lJlt. Cn Li-n will be iu Quincy dunng the 1 well selected Assortment of : coi'ibting i in part of Punch nnd nl1ieh Cloths, Cs!si- constin;: \tnei etJ to give perfect lIath n tioo. D.H.Dickinson Bainbridge ; i Seixas.TboinasnlJt,

latter part t f tbe present week.Apii& FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our n.eies and \'ttiugs{: of all colors, nnuof the bcslqu-il Siws.: ,, eZ LADDS. I OFeb-
)_&. '.,-.. I? ; ity. which he is prepared to manufacture to order on having 5. 16 ry 21, 185T.. 8-ly
I Seeds from Cold Climite, r.nd reasonable! terms and the most V I
-- -- ------ are procured a the most rn I other l't' t
Notice.ALL i consequently will flourish the better in warmer r-nc, nnd f,+ET) : .a.me dJ XaiV"Cl3'
j such as our*. J Call early or send your orders, FASHIONABLE &c. For I Female Seminarv TALLAHASSEE. FLO 1DA.
bavins'lemantis :ngaiisst ths cstite that you may secure the varieties you d!e ire.. Together with a general assortmt-nt of I
persons noraPCrenliaxc. JecI. eJ, late of Leon AMES & LIVELY. I READY-MADE CLOTHING of this Institution is at one of Cbs l .iIJ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in &IIHl

hereby notified to present them to the ,i Jsauary 31,1S57. 5THE i --,--- I Springs in the 'ountry, end is un- DRUGS AND MEDICINES- I
eountv. are will with stock of Cloth- :
pr.'perly autbenticatetl.within i that compare favorably any Shoes II is easy of access for steam
underV"ned ad-uinUtratc.r rribc-d by laxc or they wiil ta I i.g ever exlitiit4 for sale! :n this city. con"istin? of hours staging. Perfumery Dyestnlft Sargit'aIInitnImetlu.
the time j.re those! indebted arc requested to make I i CASHSTORE. Fine Bick!: anu Cord! Cloth and Fro'k C-mts, with the efpsrierce of trrenty V years, I SFic Snuff Windows Glass Faints
barreJ; nod i cub cuber on and after the let day cf Fchru- Fancy Cashmere and Beaver Frock at-d Business corps of competent assistants will de- Oils Vanwhe! ?Pnlty Maau&ctured Tobacco

Davuervt inimediatelv.JOHN CREXSHAW, Adtr.tV.jtv ; cf tin* present year will confine hiiTbsn- I Coals, 1 A to the improvement of his pupils. I and Glass Ware Patent Medicines,
20-8w : ness entirely upon thec.r:3EL Black :11I1 I colored Cloth: Beaver. and Pilot Over- I I tH commence Monday January Fine Soaps,Fin Tooth Pure Wines and Brandies
: 16'/; ck Snrtotita l.OuO : I for
I particulars.' nddres, and Hair Brushes Medicinal purposes,
Jeffcrs-m Circuit Court, 1'0:. Term, 1857.Alvia : : ytem lla liiii's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimcro1'ants 1,000 R. ANDERSON Principal. Paint Brqshes, Fancy Articles, V
: 1,000 I Garden Seed, Fine Havana
I therefore wilt keep no accounts. All those who have I 48Lumber. Sejtn.
Miy, ) Attachmentrf. I obtained his Groceries without paying for them, are Best Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, > They have recently received a Laigt and Prnk
I) Damages,?500. i j i informed that hr; accounts will be tlaced in the Fancy Velvet, Carsimere, Silk and Cashmere do., cles for } I tvpplyo{every,variety of articles 'OIDaU- kept by
IL S. Gat1 lf. ) San Sworn. S10153.T before"r.xt White Silk 10., drujrgisls.' PhiStfira uid Physiciana will always find
!i 'bands of a layer for collection : return
'IIE Dde hbnt. and nil<-thcr5 interested are hereby R. II. 3ERRY.: Gents' Stm-l-, Dressing Rob, Fine Shuts, Silk, : hand Five or Six hundred Thousan at this establishment f fniTefpofeverythjg: -
notified of the epmmcnc-Mnent of ibis suit by I dftY. Auctioneer and Cc.-n. Merchant. Cut ton and Mei ino Under shirts SEASONED: LCMBEH, of every dis ded. and on the most liberal terms '..

attachment returnable t:. Fall Term of the Court 'I Jsra'y 31, 1S57. 5 Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. be delivered in Tallahasse low.- Orders from Loe Country prompIjofiHe'd andutiafae-

and to njipcnr; and plead to die Fame.joiti -ALSO- can address us at Centreville. tion guaranteed, with regard both prices and quality.
WEST Clerk. I. SIX short notice. Physician's prescriptionarefull ,compounded.Also.Epjng's .
by 16./5'1. 03111ow : New BOC1{'S, A general ns'wtrnpnt of _ney and Black Silk and bate of J A. R. COMBS 4 CO. I compound Fluid Extract of Buehu.

received a large asssHment ( Satin: Stocks Ties ancl l Cravats, Collars, colored and Robert 89 I .Jan 5. 1851Cs-
JUST! Books, 'ffBll1 wljito Ki.J l ami hi ilk! (;lv-(, Buck and Lisle Tlircaddo. i -V.
Notice.SIX t.'omp ask a
Standard Work, Prose, Poetry and Itoniatices .. La-lies Gauntlets superior Linen Cambric nnd & Others. I Turpentine Farm for Sale.

U\nhs'nflt'r: 4 ate. the undersigred adm'wistra- I with all the recent publications: Silk Handkerchief*, Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle March suffering from Rheumatic Complaint I Sale about eleven hundred acres of land to
('1 tIle estate of Lewis M.Saun.lers. deceased tn, Bancroft's nnd HAJreth's Uhited States.Motley'a I Tlirpnd) And Marino i Hose, etc., &c. CALL AND I positive rBtnedy in Jal"Stimlllating I FOR with a small farm and improvements,and'

late 41i Leon C I OIwil made 1.5s firax1Jit.it \ HisW* of the Dutch Republic,just publisllpd. BUY. been effectual in the permanent will be sold at a barjrain inquire of
the Judc of Pnihitc of s.iid county an'1 ask to be October IS, 1336. 42Coftee V and Rheumatic diseases. Thousands I JOHN H. RHODES or A.P.FULLEY..

discharged. JOSEPH B. -CHRISTIE, AdatrAFril I Allison's Continuation of-the History of Europe, ITU rescued from an untimely death I "Wakulla. Fla, October 4, 1856. 40Notice.
1 S, '57-' 6-6m_ 5tli and 6th volumes. I S gia grea: remedy. t
Abltott's and ScottV NapoleonPomparte; Th1rs'! I now generally and at Wholesale '
India Rubber Packing. Fcncli.Revolution) ; Gibbon's Roaie"; Hume and Ma I Ic3ule'Fs ) A SACR3 Prime lUo. 5 do. Ml1.ra'Ri( new and ; AMES t LIVELY. 'I .
\J from Brodie. a-nl) fr1( by I months after date the will
from 3JNDIA England. 2rd nnd 4th volmnw R"llin's Ancient I M landing feet long; May SI, 1656. 22-ly SIX undersigned present
of all thicknesses McNAUGlIT ORMOND i CO. Probate
Rubber Packing LAUD. History; 7hirwal's? Greece; Ro'utson's works; the -- I accounts and vouchers to the Jadge of -
I inch,constantly on band at D. i Prescott's Ferdinand: and Isabella Mexico Peru March 21/51. 12. wish to ( Estatet Notice. for the county Gadsden and ask tor a S
Newport Oct. 18, 185G., 42 I Philip the 2nd nnd Miscellaneous; Russell's MooVi baiik's I |! settlement and discharge fmm the administratorship
I Ifll. Notice. of the estate of Wni. P. Larkioa. late of said county
Mary J. Hume Cornpl't., 1 In Chancery. I Europe H.illain's Historical Work; The Works of er the t ;I .
deceased. THOMAS H. Adfflt'r.Jan
1 Iril I Brrcin, Additon Goldsmith, Irvinp, Scott months after date, 1 shall present my final nc- 'I COUNTY f :I SCOTT
Joseph N. Wh-tner and ( In Leon county, Dickens; Irvings Life of Washington, Spark's Wash. SIX 'vouchers to he Hon.Judge of Probate J:1n. sheriff and aiTinidstrator 24. 57. V V 4m .

Ireline Hume William Hume f ington and Hwdley'a Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous for J' f1' h'n county, ns admini trator of the; estate of ,of the estate of David Woolf. late of 'I CircularTTJELCH SawS.

and Jessie H me, infant' heirs j Middle Circuit. Writings in 10 volumes library style; A)lea B. Lot /, late of said county/deceaaed, and l ask ? deceased has filed !in the.Probate _
.L oi Jesse Hume, deceased. J I C amber's Cyclopedia of American l.itl'll1ture,1I 2 for a discharge from said ndminl&tratorthip. connty.a written suggestion that 1 & GRIFFITH'S, and BOB & CO'
the Court affidavit of B.- F. i iWLttJer. volumes, just issued containing an account of the WM. R. LOUD Admt'r. estate of David Woolfe to insolvent I T T .Ciicular Siiws, from 42 to 54 inches size cone
IT appearing t"that the said by;infant defendants literature of our country from its discovery to the pre. April 1157. 15-6m is given to all persons having I stantly for sale at a cojuolsvion 60 mannfaeti2rer'Iprices.
Eeq with Memoir the'Authors tmd extracts D. LADD.
a .
and Jessie Hume re- sent day, --- said estate to appear end file the same by
Eveline flame William Hume from their writings., The beat book of the kind extant December 20. 1858. 61
aide tLeuridi'tin of this Court; and beyond Boots and Shoes.M try. Jut of Probate of said county on or be- Newport .
beyond bv of Dccember next when there will
She Hunts of this State but within the United Stales: Simm's Border Stories and Revolntlonary Romances ENS', Womena'and Childrens. A handsome -' pain I y of tbe funds belonging to V Notice.V..
It is ordered that said defendant. oppjear and nrsxrer in sets Statesman's Manual of tbe assortment l landing per Mystic, __ I
; ; History until full I the creditors thereof: at which .
the first M day in Octoberbext demands against the taU
the bill on or before Webiter" and Calboun's Work's imd for sale by McNAUGHT ORMOND A CO persons having
Republic; complete a \ H.Andrews will apply ft-r his ALL
otherwise the Ompliunant's Bill ball be taken as March 21.'67. 21Ironand Charlea Williamson,late of Richmond coun
in vohn&es. from the administration of said
Ibis order be worn will take notice that
That published deceased
confessed ProriJid. of Georgia ,
: tyState
Blank Books and Letter Legal .
Stationery Cap THOMAS J. CII ACE.
foormonths. immediAtely preCt'diogtbe t" undersigned duly
them to
once a week for and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with and Plow Steel that tJ Judge of Probato. they must present
Ja aome published thcnticated within tbe time prescribed by law,or
aaH rule day in Octobrfc twwapaptr ftJ
in the City of TaUa& without handles; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visit I SWEDES Bar Iron, 1 inch to 8 i inches, BO much 10-9mNotice notiee will U plead! in bar of their recovery; and I ai&I

Ordered at Chambers Ibis the twenty first day ing' tod PayIng Cards; Ledgers Journals, DayBooks i:: Red,Hoop and Nail Rod perfect I persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified v
Kecords and Pass-Books and article
.f May A. D. 1867. every V Plow Steel;7, 8:9snd 10 inches. May make immediateJaymfDLELDRIDGE

TjTAYfcESBAKER" Jllige.1M1 usually. 15.foand, in 46 our bu.iness.Nov. McDODGALL & nOBBT.Singar'a A largo stock landing per Mystic. and for sale by after date, 1 will present to the Hon c.WULU MSO t, AdlDt'r.
,,' n. March,2167.V.,McNAUGHT 12Gentlemen's of Leon county, my accounts and -May 2. 87._18-8ir
; Machines Daniel: of tie estateof Matthew
8200 REWARD. Sewing B. < and at the same time apply (or a Notice.CDC .
great reputation of Stager's Sewin;;Machines Furnishing tradlQ fromthe further administration of said weeks from date shall apply to theO E"
TVNiWAT fr h4 Subscriber on Mday THE founded onth fact,that Jbey are perfectly 'GOODS. ( RQ.. ALLEN. able Judg*of'..of Leon county.tort****
::1.1' i1b&'the llth Inst kit negro man J 0 Eo art Adapted to every variety of votk, and that cnfh one T" boPOmed'Shirte ; 7-6m ofadiniiu tratJooODth ssta. ofE. A. 1ef, ur
afcoor_ >1 bright ITU'peewia-brae mulatto,about. eje 28.'yean.kfaky'of'hair age,alow weighs in of them, kept enJploled"wJII earn: hot less, thanOne JLJ Silk,Under Shirts.-Drawer. Thomas I ceased law of&"o ttj'. 8-4'" J.1J.natCOJ.T., "

ee1a uttert- ie:2' 3tH; % l,6'fnt''or y inches in Tbtnatkd Dollart A )'zr. Collars Crava f Napoleon Ties;et ,etc.; THE No tice, May 8.'ST. V V V
p i iauit'
height litthj or no beard. Bad on ,wbcn be left a AU penor desiring foil and reliable',information 'Landing from bri&lijitic and for sale by I gone LIME
date I will to the Pro-
by present
_ black frock coat I have MotfATJQHT ORMOND 4 OOMarcb215. I
,Soft d/ve colored bat and a about'tbeee machines s, prices mo ofpnrcha- O4VVCd44t
Oadsde account and fD
pleJld't of cuutffy. freib aDd
be has t -.!; He obtain It by letUr or oth- ._ 12 my : m g
r *son to believe that gone sing.-can by applying V .__ .tftr do' hems non of the .state 100 1aDd dDdfors31.b11
md.'aftWbis'retmnhad1persocstbath.orkeaat Aw of L Mi'aDCo'. Gazette, a V .L
1ftm..oethe.yersago "erwiae a 00
; copy O331O2tD
and lAme
JSfotice. deceased", at the time 'XolfAUOBT, CIN'onmbef
the ,.CabiDrtbosmtH beautiful PfctortaLPaper, entirely devoted SitfSbg
,#. *, V, discharge from/tie Wither administra 45:' _
fur months la MfltonSata Rosa County, Machine t&ta/ will) be ROt gratii. .peno.'V baibf demands ngimstthe! estate :ate. HUDSON MUSE. 8.1"4 V (

PU- Thistraj la'tb: -Winter and Spring also&atrateQreta of 1855.io .- ,. ',Local AgiiitH ALL Adam Gramling"tJ ceased,latoof' Leon county 17, 61. 8-8m Dissolution WA W--' -jrpHB --- '
UaGbtE ierbytraia, bt'is Waotedlrf ft.iCt11ctU'Med taUi. t6"wbom ,.are hereby notified to pftsent them properly aalbenUca -.. f rb
d Cabinet workman. When ft* runa- liberal inducements every are offered.N c.-d3tO'the undersientd' administrator, within S and Herring. partaenblpberii;. '.1 ."_' .. SirtS
.,before be.hav.d off liu hair And wor*' a sandy with V the time'prywribed by law or' they will be barred; bate of ;F.BwnwaodJb ldn JV
,-. BWe have Gnde arrangenents ms y ALP BBLS.each No. 1 Mackerel and in..I. -
off white aelfcfc 5 S =
.binistlf at a man *
0Iavrd gA3 "and indebtedrare requested to make Jofch raga-nd T
all towel paymenfimmediately. -
of profitabltand A.BfiW.Aogusl
and highly
dD4 He is editors jpM'nlff*. newspapers direct from the Fiaoeriet. For sate at mutual consent BROQIOE
St YipUD ba doing 10 now par- sAtisfacfiry to thenC and wish tn'cake simi. be by V
34bTk'an4( drinking ,) qunr. Ho ; V V" XP. flnAMLTKfl. AAmt'r..' April lr- .
in ;
_ hMefte Jar ojuiracta vUli everynewipaperand magmJhe M.NA UGBT.ORM6ND i CO.
of filtlam Hill! when V
QMUrtH &aa*
pus 4 .aw* Bddr'eMrfc -, '. ,May 18.67. 0 ,20SwNotices 18Mfiiirtiisriiil
He ,, ft/I/ VFor full partlcftlahi' 1866. .45 "
1 befiitfpis mly..m.-ootbeulun'J1ow.: V ? tM.-SINGER.ACO; V V New .
ft'ttbrt ]bot by.a little ob : .:
iI''tra elinff'aod acting i <- (
: ItS_Br adivajNew York. "Aim JOmrr S
will V : -For'Hire. WWg
detected tHatheba'mpv.- '
: levval xiil mob V SIX ROBEi1TBE1
.' '. 7 trndrea kW;Uny: dollars farj i'_ >prcbeoi -' -March tfoft. 1 eV: ; SIX WHtkt from date, Ijwill apply to tie Honora yonng WiuiiS, accu toiD d to)heusa a co-partBirsM ta; *SJveigWog. -

f ',M oonScemtat io'fvl'to tbat I em ff >
,. ::.::t.. 1.&U, a.u'ftfi D 'Io: Gwe, ..BninP1uidreceived of admInistration on the estate, of Mary M.Townsend, county,, : .'BRAILSFORD MASWBLL; liberal advaa s otrf o IIQt. rI:
tal' .
., Vmhrfibcr..O. '.f' 'LVA' aad d.eeased S K late 4 or, VV *.eoonty. < V : V at D. O.:Wittbjr'f Stor. !,
V V V ,
'; r" :081.8. GRANT' : V for: libV' : AME8, &flVEI'Y.F LYMAN SMITH.', I r V JI.tf': V V A I"t H. 11", 1It

_ ': "r w4?'. -:1; :tJ' ., Janovj tl; 1657. .' May !,* '. 1.-r J .

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