The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY Sec. 4.nd be it further enacted, jj Th'it dtber, shall not have become members or co- are or ball l e payable upon the like articles Now, therefore be it known, that I, Article 10. > : V

the corporations may c','ct a presiding officer proprietors. being the proilrj.-e of tiny o'lil'r country, not FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of the United Ships cf tbe United States'. !hall U.permitted .

from one nf their number. If this shall be ARTICLE II. embraced within its present limits. States of America, have caused the said to resort to no other ports io Japan.b'ot _
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. omitted th- the office convention be made to the end that Hakodade unless in distress
person holding first The ci.izens of one of the two countries residing I ARTICLE JC.In to public, Simoda and or
named shall preside, if present, and in succession or established; in the other, shall be free order the more effectually to attain! the the same, add every clause mini article thereof forced by stress of weather.
LXX-TInt-An Act to tie Columbia In vase of absence in the order of be observed and fulfilled with good .
CHAT. incorporate from pt'r5onl! military service ; but they shall object) Coate'iipl.tted: in article VIII, cacli ol may Article II.
of Hill, in the of the absence offices faith the United States and the citizens .
library Capitol City designated in the first sec by
Washington. be liable t-- time j pl erunisiry) or material: eontrihuli.nis contracting parties hereby engages; not to thereof.' There shall be appointed, by the govern
tion.Sec. which be mpiied( l" of grant favnr in commerce to nation,
wry any
Sec. 3.nd be it further enacted That 5. And be it further enacted, That may y cot any which ,V In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set ment of the United States, consuls or agentsto
from citizens of the utiio-i of mi i State soci- shall
V cnrnponsatii, : .J1rj' I !) I ns or ty,
the said corporation shall have full power the meeting to organize may be hrlJ at such my hand and caused the seal oftho United reside in Simoda, at any time afUor the expiration -
where they iciiJe, who are exempt fiom the not immediately be enjoyed by the other par
and authority to make, have, and use a common time an I phce I within said District, as n mijority : : States to ho affixed to tho.e presents. f eighteen months from the date of

seal-with such device and inscription as may designate, hiving given notice in sad No service.(! under whatever narpf ty. .Done nt the city Washington, the eleventh the signing of this treaty i provided thit either -
higher impost, ;
they shall think proper, and the same to writing three davs to all! the irm-cnbers. Semiannual AUTICLE XI. day of February in the year of of the two governments m'la h'at. V
of ofiho "
shdlllt exacted fron the ciizei3
: ( : : omit
r break, alter, and renew at pleasure; to appoint meetings to be In-ld at the library' ; eataMishi'i! in Bi nnM one of the contract'nj parties impose our Lord one thousand eight hundred ranuement uecessdjjr 12ecesaarlAitiee :
two countries r.ciJing or
a treasurer and .ibrari.-in and such oth. ronm, on the first Monday of January ami: the other than shall l lie levied u ion rithens differeirial: duties upon the products of [L. 8 ] and fifty five, and of the I Independenceof : 12. -

er officers as they may from time to time July. All \'otes. resolutions, I.. l.iws, iogulatinng any nation the lither party. shall f e at liberty the United States of America the The convention .b
of thf} c tuntry in which they reside, norniy present having ea. concluded
deem necessary ; to assign them their duties, and other procpediugs to be recordedand ('untributio.1'h..tso! ;\'& 'to which the! Utter I to determine the manner of establishing! the V eightieth. and duly signed, shall be obligatoryand

.,V. fix their compensation and remove him or subject to the inspection of each of the siill! ; nut be liable. origin of its own p'oduct?, destined to enter FRANKLIN PIERCE. faithfully observed byVt tbe United States
them from office, and appoint another or othcis corporations of Washi.igtou: and Georgetownor the country by which the differential. duties '
and and
In case of'var, or of expropriation for pur. By the President : of America Japanj' by1 the eiHzeos
in his or their place as oftrn as they shill cominitttti either.Sec. are i.npused.
V pnsvsof public utijity, the citizens of one of 'v. L. MARCY, S-erelary of State. and subjects of metf respective power; audit ..
think fit ; to make ordain establish! and execute 6. And be it further enacted. That the two countries. residing or estalili-hed, jp ARTICLE XII. is to be ratified andapprve bjrtttf Prrf

such by laws and ordinances as maybe the property of said corporation shall lie exempted the other, shall! be placed upon an equal looting I The Svriss !territory shall remain open to BYTUE rUEINT.or r. ._JJ.rl'D.T rJjl dent.of the.United i&La/ .b" and with..tbr
useful to the said and the from all _.
deemed library, public assessments ami taxesso with this citizens of the country in whuii the admission of'articles arriving from the I ; '" w t V
same to alter, amend, or abrogate at pleasure long as the same shall remain dedicatedto they! reside with respect to in !lemnities for United States of America: in like manner, OF AMERICA.A J by: the August Sovereign of Japan- an V.

; to procun by purchase or otherwise a the purpose of a library.ec. damages they tuav hue sustained. no port of the said States shall be closed to PROCLAMATION. ratification shall .be exchanged within eighteen :

suitable! place for keeping the library ; to appoint 7. And be :t fu.iner. enacted, That articles arriving from Swtzrl.ind; provided Whereas a treaty of peace and amity between months from the date $I t tfto signature

the time for keeping the library open each person designated as provided by the A2TICLU III. V they are conveyed in vessils of the UnitedStates the United States of America and tbe thereof or soonerif. practicable.

or for taken out and returning books ; to fill mayor Washington or Geotgetown, may The citizens of one of the two rcpuMif or vessels of any country havingfree Empire of Japan was concluded and signet! In faith whereof, we, the respective plenipotentiaries .

up vacancies that may happen in their own hold his appointment two years, and unt.l his n siding or established in the other who sSt.il', acce's to the ports of said! States. Swiss between their plenipotentiaries at Knnagawa of.tbe United States of America

body between two annual elections ; to levy successor shall be appointed.Sec. desire to retain to their country; O' who shall merchandise arriving under the fltg of the on the thirty first day of March, in tho yearof and the empire of Japan aforesaid, have sign'

and collect fines and foifeitures ; and to determine 8. And be it further enacted, Thatit be sent thither hv a judicial decision., In an Unttfd: States, or under thit of one of the nations our Lord one thousand eight .hundred and ed aud sealed these presents. V '

upon, do, and transact all businessand shall be laufuJ! for Congress at any time at-t of [ 4lir*', or in con'ormity with the laws moit favored I I.v lliem! ,shall [pay the fifty four, which treaty is, word for word, as Done at Kanagawa this thirty first day of

matters appertaining to the said corporation hereafter to amend or repeal this act and regulations! on morals mJ ni'indicity -anie duties as the merchandize of the country follows : March, in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ,

and library agreeable to the rules, ordinances Sec. 9. And l he it further enacted That sh, ll he received; at all times and: under all to which the vessel belong. The United States of America and t tho one thousand eght hundred and fifty four;

0 and by law thereof during their nothing in th s acfshail be construed to au circumstances, they their! wives, and t eir Jim case of s'jipw'reck! and of sa'v.ige on Empire of Japan, describing to establish firm and of Kayei, the seventh year, third. month;

continuances in office : Provided: That no thorise said corporation to make, issue, or legitimate, issue, in the country to which they the coasts of the United States Swiss rnerchandis' lasting and sincere friendship between the and third day.

less than a majority of the paid directors bea put in circulation a IY bill, draft check, pro. belong and ii which they shall have preserved slia! be respected and treated ns two tuitions! have resolved to fix, in a manner ,M. C. PERRY.

quorum to do business; that no rult ordinance missory note, or change ticket or any thing their rights ii: conformity with the laws that belonging to the citizens of the said clear and positive, by means of a treatyor And whereas the,said treaty bus been duly

or by law be made repugnant to the else promising or agreeing to pay money intended thereof. States. general convention of peace and amity ratified on both parts, and the respective rat V

laws cf the District of Columbia or of.the to circulat as money or the tendency V AETICLI iv. The[ United States consent to extend to the rule which! shall in future he mutually i ifications of the same were exchanged at Si

United States. of which shall be so circulate as moneyor Tn order to establish their character a* citizens Swi-s products. arriving or shipped under observed in the intercourse of their respec. moda, on the 21st of February last.by Commander .

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That currency. And the violations of atone of the United, States of America, or MS tieir flag. the advantages which! .110 or shall tive countries ; for which most desirable obj II. A. Adams of the United States

t an election for seven directors of this corpo. of the provisions i of this section Bhall be a citizens of S\\itz 'r'amml peisons bfjongirig'to; be enjov-fd bv the produc's of the most favored j jt'ct tho 1'reMdent of the United States has navy, and Ido Tsocsima, Nokami Isawa : -

ration shall be held on the first Monday of forfeiture of the charter herein granted, and a the two contracting countries: shall de benr- nation arriving or shipped under the I confo red full powers on his commissioner, Mimasaki Nokami, Tsococki Socreoga, No-

April next and on the first Monday in April fine of fifty dollars against each one of the era of passport., or of oilier papers in due same fl.lg. Matthew Calbraith Perry, special ambassador kami, Ido Toxvse, Kokahein Itsilo, with Tas-

annually thereafter at the library room, un. directors voting for the same. (form Orrti'unij( their nationality: as well as I It is hereby understood( that no stipulation of the United States to Japan, and tbe noske for interpreter, on the part of ttfeif ,rt':

der the direction ef such persons as the present Sec. 10. And be it farther enacted, That that of the irien.bers or their family. furni h"d of the present article! shall in any manner interfere August Sovereign of Jap-n has given similar spec live governments: -

directors and their t-uccessors may liP- the debts and liabilities of the said corporation or authemiCitcd; by a diplomatic or consular with those of the four aforegoing nr.I full powers to his commissioneia, lIajashi.I Now, therefore, be it known that I,

point, which appointment: shall be at least ten shall not at any time exceed the amlullt: agent of their nation, res'ding: in otu of the I tides, nor with the measures which have I Uai-gaku-no-kami: Ido prince of Thus Sim FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of the'United V

days previous to the day of election. They of their capital. and tliaj ach biorkh: : Mer two countries which ty! wi.h to inhabit. been or shall! be adopted by ei her of the contracting Izawa l'-incA of Mimasaki.and Udono member States America, have caused the said

shall also publish the names of the persons sot shall be held liable, in I.i is or her liviihi.il ARTICLE V. countrins in the interest of (public of the board: of revenue. And the said treaty to be made public, to the end that thb
Kold the in for all the debts and mnii.sioners, after f hating exchanged their and clause and article thereof V
appointed to election some paper capacity, liabilities of .mjrality: security, or ouler. Ci same, every ;
t published in the city of Washington at least the Ci.rporaUnn, however incurred or contracted The citizens of each o-ieof: the! contracting I. said full powers, amid duly considered the may be observed and fulfilled with good faith

f three days previous to such election's being to he tecoxered )by suit. as other parties shall have powor to dispn. e of their ARTICLE XIII. premises, have agreed to tho following: articles by the United St.atesand the. citizens there.
withii the itisdiction I of of America and the
persounl p-oeerty: j- The United. States
t I leld: the polls for.tvhich shall be kept open debts and liabilities, in any COUI t, or' 'I' : of. V V
tlip other by g.ilf; tcstuiionf: cl! '!snlion or in on requisitions nnde
Swiss Confederation
V from three to nine-o'clock, P. M. And no before any tribunal having jurisdiction oi the I Article 1. In testimony whereof I% have caused the
shall be eligible as director, or have case. any other manner ; and their heirs, whether ill the;''r nnmo through the medium of! theirleMMcrire There and seal of the United States to bo hereunto af _
shall be
person 1 a perfect permanent,
by testament, or all intefctato": or theic feUfcessors diplomatio or consular ngrnf-s, I
a right to vote for a director, who is not at Apprm.'edcg.. II, 185G.TREATIES.. universal arid sincere and cordial
being citizens ofthc other [p-uty, shall! : -ohllll, driver up to justice persons who, bin; peace a fixed.Given under hand at V the V of
the time of voting or being voted( fur, a memo between the United States of America my city
"ucreed to tlie :. proj>Hty! or inhm iit it. and i charged with the! crime* enumerated in the this 22nd Jdhe
Washington :of
bcrofthe Columbia Fire of the day ,
Company on the one part, and the empire of Japtn on
tite ibt'rc'oiither b\' i-onimitte.d within, the j'Hi-s- .
they 'jfostc-siion follow i .ticlE',
I a
of who shall be i. g in the year ofjjur Lord ono thousand
I city Washington, or arrears other and between their
Ithe j
people respectively -
ilu'insclves! for them shall seek
others nt '
the said for or by acting ; diction of tho requiring pnrtr ) eight hnndred/aaif fifty five, and oftho
to library any annual contribution BT TUE pnESI>EXT OF THE VXITED STATES l without of or
fines, or forfeitures all may dispose of the! same as they may think I lout or shall: l i.e found within tie! territories! of exception persons [L. s.] Independence of the United tfhtrs'

; persons OF AMERICA : proper, pa ini i; no o'her charges than: those tie! other : Provided, That this shall be done places. V ----..,-" V V --. _V...>! .."t.T IIMlUll i.it--, g.jaFRANKLIN -_V -
qualified to vote, may,vptg.either personally.. ... 'A'rlfcfe '.
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or by proxy, by ballot. V Whereas convention offriends'.ip in thj S.Jd; prnj>eiU' la situ:: itii i ivli.ill Ue istM! I crime >:: U he so established ii* t.> jntifv thenppniM The port Simodi: in the principality PIERCE

Sec. 5. And be it farther enacted, That recipiocal ett1jiilimnents a general commerce and fur I to pay in similar (:-:'. In liu* :ii h c"it'such c.r I I ''.j'i >i' n:: I co.m-it'Mi-it: far,: trir'.l I if the i i I'zu! and the port of H.ikodaJe, in tile principality By the Preident : .

this act may be repealed altered, or amen.. the eurtender' ot fugitive, criminals, between j I ln'ir, heirs or other St1"(,,,sor l. tlJ same crime has: Wen co,..mined: in thu conntrywheie I : ff .MalSiiiai, are granted by the Japanese i W. L. MARCY,. Secretary of.State. .
ded time tilt of the United
States.at any by Congress the United Slates Afiuviea and the .Swi s c.tre FJi-11;. lie taJienV:: the authoriiics'for: tie: tho persons fao accused shall be as ports for the reception of American V

anJ l presL'rv.itson! of the ;property that would lie i found. ships where thy can be supplied: with
Confederation ronciuilfd signed lee
Sec. 6.nd be it further enacted, That ( BT THE FBES1DBXT OF THE CJflTJCD BTATXi
taken for the 'f the of
i.i the prt-servaitc.: property ARTICLE XIV. wood water provisions and coal and other \ S
their respective j-lfnipotentJ-iries city
the directois of iLis library for the time be- I natiVf of the! co'wl, uiiiii i 'Jie! I lawful AMBHtCA :
a eauid articles there necessities V
tng shall be responsible for the debts and liabilities of Berne, on the t"'l'n.fifth day of November hllllilll.tll Persons shall be -livered up, according may require, as
shall have take
thereof which have been ; eighteen hundred :rid !ft.J'IJict;; ionventiun proprietor measures the provisions of this conventi) I, who shall as the Japanese have them. The time for A PROCLA I.TION.. -
may created j for !l.i'H.t.f! of .
possessing! v' sune.Tho opening the first named is V
as subsequently amended by comj.e- be with of the following ci lines, port immediately '
incurred charged any I
or during their respective con. sb-ill be Whereas a conveniion between tbe United
foregoing provisions : applirabre V on signing this treaty ; d." last D\ll1cd.port
I authorities oftiie respective !
tent governments wit
'! in office such directors. to :
!uance as to al estate situated within: the rita'esof States ol America and his Ilighnes the Duke
r is be after
I tn opened immediately the same
Sec.; 7. And be further enacted That and being in the English and French languages I Murder (incl'tdhfi! nss.ns"inntion parricide,
the America Union within the ntoi. of Ernnswick'od Luneburg concludedand
) or c wa
da in the ensuing Japanese : [NOTE.A .
is word for word as fullows: infalltid ". add poisoning :) attempt to t out I ) year. -
the of the
Interior be is
bo and .
Secretary of the Swiss Cuiift'-leration! in: .which: signed by tbeir respective Plenipotentiaries
The United States of America and the loreignrs ; .i' mardr-r forgery, or ih-i emission I (tariff of prii-ca shall! be given hy the Jap:,-
; rape ;
authorized and directed furnish
hereby to tosaid sliail l be entitled hold inherit real in-the of the
to or !I eso officers of the things which can fur. city Washington on twenty
violence they ,
Confederation animated 5 it wtih

Suias equally tffo.ptl arson "lobhcry
y I ; ;
bound V papers
library copies of the laws of the ;
first of hualred and
day eighteen
estate. nish for August,
pAvmont made in
the desire an<1 to draw more clos"- intimidation or forcible! entr.of. an j Jbe
United 8tl\t<. And to furnish annually thereto preserve But in caso real estate situated! within, the i, gold aud silver c&n.J! fifty four; which convention, being in the
bound ly the bonds of fri .nrls lip which t>o happily inhabited! house ; piiacy ; embezzlement byI I
a copy of all documents journals, territories. of on" oftho contrncting, p.irti-s; English and German: languages, isword for
exist between the two it-publics as well a* ublic olucera or l"y persons: hired or %ala. Article! 3. V -
and I
laws which shall hereafter
papers bhituld fall to :t citizen of the other pmrte.w'bo.'omm ; word as follows :
aI! the mean&attbtsir disposalthe I the dotriment of their employers Whenever of the United States"are
to by rie I to ships
be published by the of Congrft
authority -ire-nut uf! ht" liing ai: :.)icn. could I The President of the United States of A.
commercial interc u'be of their <*c wh these cil. me subject to infamous throw wrecked the
nej of
Sec 8. And rep n or on coast Japan.
be it That
further enacted, not I be 1f'nrie,1: I to holil such property in ihe mercA: and his Highness the Duke of Bran,- .
nothing in this act shall be so construed as live citizens, have mutually icsolved} to conclude : State: or in the c niton in: which it m'iv. I 0iitu.tted pui.iahment. the Japanese 'esit'lslIi assistjhcra, an I w'ck and Luneburg animated by the desire '
to aut'-orize the said tolssoe a get.eral convention: of friendht,*, reciprocal ARTICLE XV. carry their crews to Simoda, or HakoJac'e, '
corporation any there tjaT! b? accorded to the :>aU to secure and extend by.an imToable; contention
note, token. device, scrip, or other evidenceof establishment, commune:cc, and for )heir, o- other successor such term as tlif I On th> pi-t of the U'fted States the surrender I and band them over to their countrymen ape the,relations happily exist*"** between
debt to be used in this District the surrender of fugitive criminals. shall beni.nii* only by the authority pointed: receive them ; whatever arn'clcsthe the .
as a currency lav\S of tho St t--te t or Cllilon'II [p'-n.iit to tI I two countries have to this effect,appoin
or elsewhere.! For ,this purpose, they have Appointed as such llOpl'rllit", ; dull; l 1.(- lit liherr.\lt all I th- executive:: thereof; and on! tip part of:theS.viss shipwrecked men may have preserved ted as their plenipotentiaries, to wit : Tho

Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That their plenipotntiaries, to wit : liniea; to withdraw and expert the proceeds Couferderation by that ol the Federal s'.iall: likewise be re-torcil rn I the expenses Presidentofthe United States of, Anerea: '

tie debts and liabilities of the said corporation The Present of the United State, A. thereof without! difficulty! am! without: [).1)11g:, Cojncil. incurred in the rescue and support of Americans William L. Marcy, Secretary of State-of the

shall not at any time exceed the amount Dudley Mann, special agent of the Unitoii. if) the goyf" nu-iit any other rhurges; %IIKIIIthoo ARTI( L'C XVI. : amid Jllpwt'se10 may thui ba thrown United States ; and.his Highness the Daka .

of their capital, and that each Ptur.khnlder States In a mission to the iSwis-? Cttflf..c.ra.sinn 'j wiiich. ia n feiuiitar CJ"lIu'd, de pail 1 Tho of detention nnd delivery upon tin) shores. of either nation are not to bale'umlcd. of Brunswick and .L1111 borg, Dr. Julius Samson .
Swiss Fed ml Cc nci [ .
and ihe HenryDrney expenses
i skill be held liable, in his or her individual ; President (the Swis Co .Ieati.imDreclor by an iahlI.itllrlt; : of tie! country in which the cfT.ctod in virtue of the preceding arti -Iff, r his-said.Highness consul at.Mo ile.Ala* Vi
capacity, for all the debts and liabilities of of the o Political Uejiamttne.it, and real estate may be situ .t1.AanCLF. shall be at the cost of the.pMty making th' Article 4. abama ; who after the exchange of thtir'rull

the corporation, however incurred or contracted Hernsee. member of the Federal (. VI. demand. Those shipwrecked persons and other citizens powers, found in good and duqi form have.
to be secured by.suit, as other deUs Fretlerick Frey : of the United States shall be free as in agreed upon and signed lha filoviogarti! .
Council/,Dir ctor (f the DejiarlincrTt of Any controversy that may amrmong the AUTICLn XVII. :
and liabilities in any court, or before any in. other countries, and nr.t subjected to confine des : V
bunal Commerce and of Tolls; who a'ter a communication c''tiinants to the s-une succession, as to whom The of the aforegoing ariicl!
hating jurisdiction of the case. provisions ment, but shall!! be amenable to just laws. Article 1.
Approved, Aogi 11.1856.V of their respvctiva full powers, the propei ty. shall! ; belong, shall be decid..d'nnorclill I relating; to the surrender of fugitive criminals
have agreed to ti tfollo w ing articles : lo the Jaws and by the judgesof shall not apply to offences committed before Article 5. The citizens of each one of the high contracting

'- T.V'K:vy ..... An Act t jstablidi a library ARTICLE J. the country in which the property is sUoated. the dve heieof! nor to those of a political Shipwreck inon snd ether citizens: of the parties bhall! have power t\ dispose

for Young Men in the Dutziet of Columbia.Be The citizens of tf United Shtes of America character. United States, temporarily living at Simoda of their personal property, trithin the juris.
e ARTICLE VII. hnd Ilakodade, shall not,be .subject to suchrestrictions diction oi the other subject to the laws pf f
It enacted by the Senate and House of and the citizens of Switiei laud: shall! be ABTICLE XVTII.
and confinement as the German the State or wbrreth&fomi Wig,
country cr
Representatives of he United States of America admitted.and.treat td, pOn a foolbg of recip. The contracting parties give to each other The present convention is concluded forth und Chinese are at Nagasaki, but shall be the property is found, either by twtameiqt. V .

in Congress assembled, That James, rocal equality -in; Uj> two countries, where the privilege of hil'ine.sch, in the large p-'ii-'d of ten years counting fiom the freo at Simoda to go where they please within donation or ab intestate, or -ra other

Dunlop, chief justice of the circuit, court in SHch adniissioo and treatment shall not con cities and important commercial \"laces of lily IIf fie! exchange of the ratifications ; andif tlo lim'fs of' seven Japanese miles (or ri) from manner ; and their heirs, being eft ben.any*c(firt-

the District Columbia: John T. Towers flict with ib* conntituUonSl' or J"S'IIJ l proviso their respective States, consuls and \'ic'on. one year nefore the expiration of that period a small island in the harbor of Simoda, marked other part jv shall fnh,.rit all I such'pentmfat.V'

mayor of the, city_ of Washington; Henry oos. as well federal;as State and cantotiHl, sti's of thnr own nppointmont. who shall t'njOtthl' neither (,r the contract-ng; parlies shall on the accompanying chart hereto appended tales, whether by testament or abfntestato;

Addison, mayor of the city of Georgetown of tbe contracting parlies. The citizens of samp privileges and powers in the have ftlHlounted, bv nn oHicial! notification, ; "lid shall in like manner be free togo and,they may take possessIonthe

Joseph Henry, secretary of the Smithsonian the United States and the citizens of Switzerland discharge their duties ns those'of the most its Intention to the:ottu'r to arrest.the operations here they please at Hakodade, within either personally or, by attorney' and dbposrf same, .

Institution;)John 8.Mteb&n,librarian of Congress as well as the members; of their families favored nll' olIs. But before ally consul.[or, of B.I id. convention it shall continue lira'ti: to be defined after the visit of the United i. of them as they.may think paying-to'

and their successors m uid. respective subject to. the constitutional and.legal vice Olsurrsh] net as such he shall in the; blndl 'g for twelve months longer, nnd 5m) on, States squadron to thatplace. respective governments proper no othr.; ,

offices; ,with.sacb person aa tbe mayor'nf provisions; aforesaid, and, yielding obedienceto ordin.iijr form* be approved IIi by the government -: from year to year until the expiration, o> the Article 0.If than these to which !the/:inhabitants'.aarpe of 3h*
Washington may designate; 'and with such' the laws, regulations ,nne usages of the ,to.which he is commissioned. twelve months which will follow-n!! similar declaration _
country InVWhfrh the; sn I" : .shalj L
person as tbe mayoral Georgetown may designate country wherein .th.y.reaideahaH be nt libeity In their privwte aol bnsitjev Iransacinnsconsuls whatever the time at which it may there be any other sort of good wanted, found would-be.liaHe in*airrrHar-property and
t to cOme ojonrn'terhpOTurily, domi- and vice consuls shah he submitted or any business which shall require be arranged ;
body ,
; are hereby created a corporate ; go t take place. in the ah. .cfsu1s brir Ot nrirV'the. '
q forever under the of" Colombia's Library .' chute establish themselves permanently the laws and individuals ', there shall "bo careful deliberation '
name or to same usage* as private ATRICLC XIX. care stall be'bkeri,irr like case.f; r: the prV"tervation ;
for Young Men," and in .bat name toMe the former'in the cantons of the Swiss Con citizens of the place in which they This convention shall be submitted I. on between the'parties in order to settle.such of the pr oPa 'f itwB of tha '

and be toed in aDI'cou of competent federation, theS.-iu: in tbe States ot'the A.V reside. both tides i to the approval and ratification of- inattets. same: country 'un t. th ]&&wfai proprietor "
jarfsdJetfon.Bee. nieriean" and alKn'- It hereby understood thnt in case of of- Article 7. ,
Union, toaeq.inSl posses the live competent authorities of each V shall have bad dm to takemraiwrS for pot- V
2. And.be it farther enacted Thataii ate thereto property, ( 'explained..in,articleV fence against The Taws by a con-ul or u vice of the reaper contractingjiarjies! and ratification$ It is agreed that ships of the United States session hlmVelf of the same;' and la ts any

i eorporstVm nay [receive and possess )l fo manage, their affaita to exercise consul the government, to which. < he is CO'TI- shall be excbangejd tbe:cHI of ,Washing. resorting to the i ports open to them shall be .dispute sttootd aria between claims nta'totWsamestrccessjoo VV

propertJ,real and personal;not'exceeding-;' their profession, their industry,.and their corn' missioned, may according to ciicumst.tnces, ton .nod. as soon as circumstances shall. adV permitted to exchange gold and silver coin as" io the'propfHyi tfItq.estioti.ahaIf"be

value one hondredjh/nrsand dollars/! r :A.lbra1J'.ror roerco" to hare establishments. },to' prossesswarehouses withdraw his'exequatur, seud him away'from, mit. V and articles of,,goods Cur other articles of 4eeldfct:'aVjftordlnj'tdthelswj "

,the jwjxeafork *id. V ICaJ lot and J ;' to ,consign. 1i'lrJ: .products and, the :'Country. or have him punished i in cnn In fahh% "vheeof, the-respecUte e plenipotentiaries goods, under such:-regulation* 'as shall l betemporarily ,,and by'tUo6>.,:.ot' dae contrj :

Loose shall be graattd,; or devised.forbid"bnujr : t1'tj"mer han!i e and' to sell,therapy, whole, V fo.m iy wi'h' the laws, assigning to the othergovrrnment have signed the above articles:. ,:.underreMrVO0ftht'OVrUan established bl.th Japanese govt.eromnent V Id which the"n., .,. J.: '

&lidr ameishall be.accepted by sale'or reta'rf; either by themselves{ by"such itsreaso's. for fio d( n!. I ra'tificnttun) fur that purpose..h is stipulated, V ., .. H.. ...1'. ---. ,
aid eornorx&n,. fib u1e- Thereof! shall be brokers or, agents as.they''fnajrthink; proper; The:archives and papers belonging: : to, the, fh," Engnilt tinne4 French ''.larrgu'agt's'! however, that the shiprofthe.Uuitedr! States '1 '-l c. ., ', :

V mde irfthopt&. epnstat 4'Congress."Sec. : they shall1 hlw fiee. atrcess. to.the tribunals, cOMubtps"ihnU, hr ,r? p'ccted invioUbly. and V.and IxyhTtf have tJareifnto' Mod :affixed" '{ftvir"seals.I ,. hall be permitted to J.t&rry away Wbaierer (f.bj tb aft jraafafjf.propertj .. ;.

""'c *- -*-*-''IifitM toa t -; :.am',batt be j! liberty. in pro ecute awl defenitbtlr ,under no pretext .whatever shall any magistri'e they; articles(they are.unwilling eC & SN > .. hi'tha territory,of oiw .> U.; L/gk. ,

pOer is p'a4dtoq rration to appoint J, ; tjE1i| before //courts of justice intbiawmsurzsnative or other functionary:. visit., seicc, or Ffl1. Don 1O, ufr tiC1C! "' t1mecltzofBnietheVtwdt1lJfHthA 'Article 8.1' V :jontraeting piWe?,fac fwnertjpi. roo d., "
nNMali'n it 1:1 f r : ) tlZefl8. either-byaulTocatcs' any way hitrfere 'witb :thecr.. s.V V V 'diiyj of 'N overn )er,.il ii.lU 1 scend. either by ,"Ud"oftJa. rditatrTortestawnUrj.
,. t.o
I4II1ULdrCd Wood/Trater firoruloni eoaT a a. .
," ". f t fl. V :ef47or-Loftf6herthousand: : :. :
o. :
.such' trTlcijf"Uft year .. 5 dl-TO Iao t-'Ithci
1requtre .
lUlUam "'IIeIiI.-t .;ibj I. t tbeu1seI4b : attprneys' : : ....1 ;' -. : i i -1 sb* onlyTrarprocured" 4 S.J&leagetbft ,' :
: < Through ,.
Pkth. : .'. 'J tiozsasrnsj. Ji. !r.otieti"iti.. .. ,. a f.-J..; tootbeinre &tt: rejateao'fhe t impqrtltion'; expoftatWnft VSUd fitl.( : : .; : ?apVoeso B r' 7appotnted forj t e9ttUW'.tJ'.k_ r"'h. ..
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a&w YDL .NNT tc. ._ .
t 1" burden. :. ,, VV f
toJ ---1&er. If 'nO PQ &r1 : ;,. : ftn.dUransUXf-.10. respective;pro!" "4 .! ': ,that< fl oipef-manner.' f \s I : J' :& L
: in no
--or:.,..., td'\jf:*-Jr."*'.J _: Wij.u: ba imposed. :upon 4heir! .dutti, the Onited St4tt' 'o( Am 'r1ca-zand tbt-: ', H Ji"tUEYf1" : ? < [r."iJ", 1 ,-. I. e..;pnrpote: .- oS rtfffe. :p. .V.3 l.c : :,". r... e t. : :'1.t .

'LL1L.d.sl't.:_ ''fid t' VTid e. or establishtnent or npon f(lift:enment "Swiss Conferation-shnlHreat. eaph 'othetjr! ;. 1F:1.t\ef 1fERbs". F!.'(.. ...J j f Ifriagreed'thVt.i'fatilatij7fa: i'rd .d'1)' k ftt:.. -, .. '_ .
ay.\#*.:. : J3 '> (1Iii m& ; of.the zbo'rrtflA1lbii T1ri1ts, *iau 't11biTiOst favored t "Q\d45Jf. "' }7_ : ,t'r ... .,.1- }.- _.au' rt
. < ; eiprocs:,fit, t .natR.thn !V ,Ana \1' .' .tbl con.VJ't bee..dq :-gpverninenl otJpansbd1 t 1: ti. __." ._
&W : ,.ban { (: untr nr ,
s. t"CU u.: ii' ;wajstjat&a \ ="-'5,, t.Ttnl'.; 1 C-M: ?1f.m i 'if ','..f.' .. 1- ':ot psfiTftis, Stale,.orijefy, as ,I Is xphhleda.rtiClesVVt 1J rt M m. 9.lHa ., J !1.I.tho ,espctv.WC'Or ., e[ 'nation or'P.t"D..1": 1U1 .Iyarh,." .s'. -. .j" ....rq.r.
&I i tb:: 7.,!..-nor. ftnrf, on< n-whatce -' &"& t fp3Jo\;ing,, V*V .. -! h V l.t- f fl !' J1."i.!" of'. f1,! 1 '- c' zlmaimgc4)I u; i.4,.'Wht f fi t f1iaua 16 UDf!. I'P to\ ,0.... .' .. ''".' _If .. .

to.fat .._..t 6- .. ... ..*" ""l-l... ':. towhj: <;li'the-'latter'tiiali not:be,fcobjf Jf1 cf.:: : ARTICLC. p..' ..1 'e h'y"or.\V ''tUlJgttJl. 1 f'!ItVtl. : ''I itflt,;\ f.ted ta I.W'\ta\ t1 i th tt.e.. e .IUD...,. :,.," ,:- _'' -,
tHN_ '" 6ti ''vne$0f; rrl'1r .l Ji wtf f V V V -S'- 'i St3tet .. I 1 .
lj" "
r".f"f', !- '' tiecotrabtt iiV by1Vft1Uth1! Uar.r ; urnfl4 4ge be.Sfa1 ",, .
: : Neter of. partiea Vp ID.
"t:44rnt0 .: :. not u"C.llt 1t 1\7\ .rvrelLP.O'l.t'J.U"I ; ; eiilt' d'fWT'ttla : Johti. Hife i ," CouneltGeneral'of ) tM)ibwt *e&bVVU1te*8tatn4 ', .' _.. .+ .,"
.".IC.a. t. .i: 't 'tq. PMtt 1( JAa, .ijir m.t P !DJ.p1g r lIt.'P. upon ib in\. ; : the k1WitCnTItiOItIV ,'on'tnagovernmeats'r ';-.f" .. iA1, .n fq l 'to"tht .'I\ro"-1'uF. '' "- .
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*.' V qJJtF.,.J.: H V 4. ... .'"., 'tfaIIiVVL, .-t ." .."pattyestROiiiihsd' ; hi.tbe I I ofindostxial prodoctrof thi.other,, than p31'i (thh.respcthVe ,dsT,\]". ..; VV-V ,. '" I' If4. If '.' .' V


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ia caD.P.dd'r. ,Backing.Down s '.5 5 S :: ;= Jndj Or*enf Ptntnyivftnli
theNatcBei Fre.2h1IIths.t.tlc't ) tISS (
< 1)ntnal. We obserfe ia ft late numl.tf of .. et'YeeT eonunualcttts tl
Incredible belief neterthVj
someidoibt e
IBr : I pp : '. sLte' tor G."If'U $ ,1't'
the aat.tthty4fonY; northern ioU sdebstetbe Ie 18 ftm"hio'J >- tt> ::Hiereigri.* .:f iieugn. 'W :l} i Ic tf i'n. n : "it-, ,.\ I. .c ,\.rd ..;1J ;.t..rh ,%s. i'C. r t., ".-\ LOt ,.. .ll .

.--.- .-" -- -.- -- culture Sorghum, for the making" gar, cf.'i ,t.. .. *i. sefns.. i* ;'1'tgtofce;. to hi i l"l..t.11;.;. '"frleutll in. this .'sty; r,r', "-ii .r. .iV .'....,'eby r ;"}i' 'f.'di.i !;ly "I r.. -t. 1- .:!HVo' .(twitter nffirtnc" ,..ya. (,.,.1I.I..r.ti':. : ,:.. .."

TALLAHASBBE but.there question that it nti1sf0.4 i. -_i rnpid J.''?. Tre J ::!.! '.n Commerce noiniiy y the Demov-rtt'c rw'-ty of n :':. lc:rwe.a; fc:*' eia f d.'wfor Go ri."r. T..e' 1t1t I.'"tie: Uy %ie cJlauto} tie win:cry t'.n.

--*. _- 1 D i.r'p16c' "j> '" .' t < io rive .P rieh. : Uti.? c ndidj.l!: fur \H- Lt'-jl..nrt.-j i ts: af'.cui: of tr, Jifliv'ttjl ''ar* related iz. the following 'l' ; defiodauf attorney to Mil IItltn t
valuable fodder for cattle wl.> a. > > J'' v.f Wi : 'r t.n
JTOtB :t ttltilIinr
ftATCRPAT 2,17. !: 1 '
1ti.n ho prestui gAo.JTheCp.am.6We4.h.sjjd
letter from was
Vtved with gentleman" seon1to': is .
nvmi ti re ;
crsayshU !; 'D "fIlf on .
With'avidity, and. from which they' drrvt' jrro-t 1..."!.t ?.)W v; the! ci"1 -"., f.t ficin "ht A .Thej JH f wfe5..Ut-i:' '<" ?rij I II *;. or'UPl'1t.C jd 1J1U.tlAU
; Notice the refrigerating; Vdvertlsewent of benefit't The attention "Mcs! be-* to.eAopon'the I "tr :l .r{ v -j1tr.j: ::1.: '.iy :.ti" position. *A >te { 'very. tint! we regret: tnat Mr. Hatton should have |> nnit gil1 ::4 iei4tIttd: Ibceonrt tc. examine L,. iu lIi_

cn ,J:, :.Ci'Ct.Cf. ; u I. <1omternf I rot nc n, ar.t' i '; M.r Noyea&Jd,l. It'.all about lee, luxury Chjneee sogrr cniXf by our GOYtrmcr. I } : g(1:1t:1 1"t 11 1C,7. !! terry, 1'JrJhrTr.ltrY PIIU.
.. J ->. the of '
him to tie
.. tb. P" r-\\ vfCoMCor: nrv' .nrai v irert.&A to, provoke him .-V it lUll.
remark. .l tl.e other thrt. if Oil! j{ *t 1. y.r T.-BIC, ?
to the'efforSTto distribute and it ny .v.tjchould I nxY ton
swalkw than talk afoul the ?u 1. give e. j
ranch x'Ts pleasant fur him to .
whiA rca-lcr it ; .
l fl'o't:1f J j. fj ( :> Sr.r .
,'' ILL. i"l Tl": It.r.e i :: *t. :: 'I. :" necvsfciry I..oy-f.oiv( -; ";" -fj t:1

faring thu oppressively hot weather: fair practical wt'amOl' our a: cr1V.ritts! shows l'rL'.r fm.n. rdu] catenate for -cvernor : ':.',.';ib.v T'''' z.' .: :> '.'.;..... ar<- rufT.- icut t.\!>Tsn'rncf : >.'?)cut *o public eiti-cmnt.; i? : 1 d,' not now ret: .:T1.. c-r I ly.!. WCI"parent

-.*.- that the great farming and pro Iucth o irter-s pro at the i-t\t: Ni -mLi .l t l li'kC' : j ."nj:'t5! :v ft.il] rener.ss t t. ,II
Celebration of the Fourth of ''i) Trcrnn.uJ.ue IS Is57. A :
Jnljr.Wc'underttand not oxerlooked amid the many diplomat! question ; vocslj. lo d.! ,,. -1Y" w..t I.t crpectiug=- .. I i : EOT- n tee: ;t. *;1'
; t'.f' ,' tlr.i .
l hs i' i-itiitrs r .r : ti.IN -
talented friend Theodora I c.'ii'iiiig:' i' 'v i. adu
our young ,. l.. tl find lh GL'n'LnL'f:-The candidate for Govern JHdge-lI.we jvit ('r .
and domestic agitations, which would seem enoughto I Siicliasfttsjt'it: Yit. .t, a' .n.: ':: men -y t rr nj a1h.]
-- W. Brttard Jr.. respective to the call of a in-i. ,!Irtsscd Large ussemlly at this pLace tu-day con rea'I!.: -- t here? .
have 1-c-cu J i for
As dur< ci.dl.umbr.ggrd .
absorb the leisure of the Departments. we j urpocely saTun -
in of citizens One only mother
p. posed part from'adjoining S. Boy- ; my .
win deliver
the citizens of Tallahassee .
meeting of &n very balwar season,the next fortnight will litical effect, they are very opt to remember it. ,.; Tatmiri BUITALO.-Tlie Buffalo Courierin The day.was fine,the audience orderly and atten. Judge-Do you attend school I..lD11an' .

an address. at the capitol on the 4th proximo. .The be amply early BOW the Sorghum, for Mr.TVTiit- A Boston (correspondent of the New York,Tribune ounting for the splendid triumph lately a- tire and.the.speakera, as is usual on such occasions, Boy Yes, sir..
Declaration: of Independence Will be read by Richard t acquitted themselves to the satisfaction of their respective Judge-I presume from
ney of Washington City last yea raised his best says: chisved by the Democracy of that city and the great your iatelligenee sad
occurred until near the conduct
Bradford. Esq. ThU announcement carries seed the 8th of June and thereis "The Traveller and the Springfield Republican, to the Nothing praiseworthy here that YOU willD b.
crop from planted on gaina party says: close of the debate to mar the good feeling with allowed to attend High School and
of that
with it u amount attractive interest a difference.of nearly ten days in the period of the leading republican papers of the State,both TIle gain was mainly from the German adopted which it had been conducted. ful man and (if necessary) assist a :

command the presence of a large audience of both vegetation between our latitude and that of the federal favor the nomination of Mr. Banks for governor as citizens who voted for Fremont minv of whom Without undertaking to give you a report of the This drew tears of pleasure to Jour his good moth h'
these gentlemen in the d'u have been Wnigs for There l hits been, how- whole discussion which did not differ materially the favor eyes,and
tat to greet young city. We hope our farmers of the rich the only practicable measure, and at the only ont years. replied that by of the School Dire ton
of an interesting and patriotic duty. productive ever a considerable accession of Democmts.who from those at preceding appointments, accounts of i had attended the High School for the
chare -* e-- counties surrounding Philadelphia, wilj thc cap tan fro.utter destrdion. have leen Know Nothings and Republicans"cud which have already appeared in your columns. I months. k aU

|2f Mr Pickens,of South Carolina,has dele plant a few acres on every farm, and give it a fair Southern- -Cultivator.. in molt instances, these men will continue to act will give you as nearly as I can, and in the precise Judge-How old are yon my good boy?
with tie Democratic party. The fact that the Know words of the themselves an account of the mother
parties that
Some direction Boy-My
Russia. trial.- as the choice of says on to-morrow
mission to
the dIplomAtic t the number of this will
We have -
proffered rccte July journal Nothirg organization has ceased to be influential difficulty which occurred between Messrs. Harris be thirteen years old.JudgeAreyou

.. been the manner of planting and cutting, have been furnished and find it: pages well filled as usual with mat- or formidable,except as an ally of"Republicanism," and Hatton near the close of debate. here to give evidence

?lol ; .-Mr. Paid Arnou has ap. by thoe< who have had practical experiencein ters of. interest to the planter. Each number contains and the character of the l legislation of the "Repub- Gen. Harris had maintained, with great abilityand and jury in this case, (naming T) to the court
Collector of Customs at St Augustine, i the licans" at Albany at the last session have created effect that each a member .
pointed sugv growing districts of this and other 12 octavo of valuable information 1 as sovereign Boy-Yes sir, if required so to do.
who has resigned.: large pages a reaction in favor of the Democratic party, and it of this had unlimited to
of Mr. confederacy power regulate Judge-Do know the
place Andrc's countries, which regarded as reliable and you solemnity cf the Olj .
may the and the Pub- |
b garden. is in this and and believe
has U. Deputy concerning plantation stronger city county for herself -qualification of voters within her gallons of a judicial oath, son. Refleet
Wm* Criglar the Northern been appointed District of Florida S in w* therefore propose to condense them for the use lished monthly by W. 3. JONES, Augusta, a$1 per throughout the State, than ever before. It is the limits -stating clearly and emphatically at the same you answer. my before

- Marshal for of our farming friends who are inclined to try the annum. only well organized permanent politicall'l.\rlV in time that he believed the present policy of Tennessee Boy-Verp( modestly.) I think I do.

place o Mr. Gnle.resigned._ sugar cane and stand up to the rack of the experiment - the Union and is certain to triumph in New \ork to he correct and that he wished to have no Judge-What will be your punishment d.
-- at to distant day. r
.fodder or no fodder." Upland soil is pref I titns.-Iri order convince a change on the subjectMr. boy if you swear falsely or speak a lie on oath?
"The Administration and Kajraas." r.rnL'V > t 'Ibis ia but the sober second thought of the pee. Hatton near the close of his lat speech-the Boj-I will be sent to the
erable to low ground, though the latter be neighbor of the usefulness of birds, farmer near penitentiary (weep.
I "
may last of the JUcu&slon suid If State has theinherent.
Information : one and thus break dear
satisfactory Tl'as&lnf% that ing) mother's
Ttt hare frm shot bird in pl. my heart.
N. Y. last
tk Instructions\GOT. Walker were ilCiply to see tbe principles strong and deep, for the sacharine matter is chiefly Binghamton, its year and a found yellow in it two ._ power claimed then each State in the U. were other eyes besides his in that house overflow(There.
his wheat field
Un b te Cincinnati Kftnm bin,furled and enunciated out In their by} the obTiouiInaport. National I absorbed from the atmosphere, and though a more hundred. opened nnd but craw four ,grains of wheat, and r.Mr.. Kendall, formerly one of the editors of nion has. In the exercise of this power they could log with tears.)

The policy of the Actmtntitration,&Indict and luxurious growth can be obtained on low ground, in these 'ee.iI.grains the weevils had burrowed. 'the Jew Orleans Pfeayune is now located with his confer the right of suffrage on free negroes and Defendant's Attorney (frowning.)......Boy don't
stated to Mr.walker, .lat the woud jiotInterfere aliens. In this way persons breathing the spirit you know that if you tell a lie on oath'1fh.
wit die question jlavery! -It being domcllc the sap will be weaker and more watery and i is Joralet the birds alone.. ,family about five miles from New Braunfels(Texas), of tyrannical governments might control our insti you die you will be endlessly tortured your

question adoption,\their settled Constitution.by the feoplo The Administration In the &had seen ad not desirable to produce the largest growth, but to Yes let them alone! says the Kalegh! Standard. 'where he has gone largely into the raising of sheep tutions. This doctrine," said Mr. Hutton, I pronounce pool in a fiery

Bin o tilts Inaugural Address until published in tbeIewip obtain the richest juice. The Sorghum seed shouldbe Their not their only claim upon us for ;rile is said to have the finest Iota of Meririos from infamous." Boy-That would be an additional Induevnuat
and whatever in conflicts with a position of uttfulnttt i At this moment Gen. Harris arose,In a manner
1 in four the best stock the Eastern Continent He had a to speak the truth the whole truth and
ten on
between in domestic singly, eight or Let them alone,and they will continue nothing
pue Kal planted Apr protection. calm and collected and said : "Mr. Hatton,do but the
you truth but that
questions Cabinet ,conflicts with te =t1, of Bnc, and his I feet drills, runnig no1 and south, .t1.likewheaL' : to ornament your grounds and your gardens and t few years ago about 1200 lambs, and of the finest intend to apply the term 'infatnowf to me?" Hat- by a timely repeptance; ;punishment but repentance can be will avoided

"It 1s bit about la Washington% thai the Kansas Con- -- .J e. yotrt, several stalks,and it gladden your hearts with song. Our matchless quality.. Some of his bucks shear twelve fourteen ton, under considerable excitement replied: "Gen. nothing to keep me out of the penitentiary: avail

IU.tO te.t ai; is therefore detrimental t place it to thick, for Mocking-bird i rapidly disappearing, and can rarely aid seventeen pounds of wool each which is worth Harris do you wish by arising in this manner to In- Judge-You are a noble boy t Who gave
tiu and dIUo-a 1rpt light and air are timidate me r Cettainly not, said Gen. Harris, these excellent instructions t
indispensable.The be heard now, save as chafes and frets its life out from sixty to seventy cents a pound.The .
- The matter stands precisely as we had expected. cultivation of cane is identical i .. I do not wish to intimidate you or any other gentleman Boy-My mother,sir.
sugar wit against the bars of an inhuman cage or as its first but I think I entitled to
am an explanation
Judge-Such a mother deserves Inch
The idea that the Administration had advised or iron horse now his without a souf! Mst
that of Indian corn, except that i requires careful chirps give note that it i being hurried off to somenoisome pursues way of the language which you have used." r suppose our Heavenly Father bless both I Mr.
you Gerk
_ counseled all the recommendations embodied in Gov. watching when near maturity. We desire t ex city there the more rapidiy to end its stop or important deviation from a direct line from then it is an explanation of the language that you 1 qualify the witness. He has, in this examination'given

Walker's recent address to the of Kansas, Maine to Jefferson city, Missouri, a dis- want" said Mr. Hatton in highly excited
people plain it culture simply 8 a fodder, bnt the process days. Let them ally]alone But above all theft Bangor a manner us more common sense information on the
never had even a momentary lodgment our Dnd to be followed when it is intended make le tan e of a little over seventeen hundred miles-half "I say again that the doctrine Js infamous -that it binding nature judicial oaths than all the
t sugar ,alone. We 1 upon the ladles t let the tx- is rank and smells to Heaven, and that its advocatesare" books in the court do. musty
Nor do we believe notwithstanding the a. far a. to London-in three days I room Repeal your laws for
or molasses, is interesting. The head must
ted terminators of these birds alone. Afford them no -. .. -. Here Gen. Harris struck Mr. Hatton the punishment of perjury. and false swearing will
some Southern prints to the contrary that all the be I out after it has formed and and knocked him the the
teen off
plucked- soon audience -
platform amongst
market for their and they will soon let the A Boston correspondent states that a man thereabout as common as it is now rare. An honest
pige. person
sentiments therein contained, had been canvassed before it fill and to assume its milky ; in front of it, following him as he fell. A will speak the truth without an oath but
begins,t ap bird alone. And we appeal to the boys to standup has invented a scare crow so utterly terrific ; a dis
and adopted by Gov. Walker prior to his advent This is easily effected by the hand and scuffle ensued and the parties were separated without honest one. were it not for fear of immediate -
pearance. for the of the birds. Don't hoot them punishment
and that the all
rght hideous crows are busily engagedin injury. would
into the ", but were suggested in the main never testify truly if a lie would
territory) will take the of the old
new panicles place ones, on nor chunk" them, nor rob them of their young.- bringing back the corn which they stole two I have thus, without eulogy or censure, given in his testimony benefit him more than truth.
by the existence of a new order of things,radical which new seed heads will form this the the facts occurred. It is to be
; mark We know you like to shoot and "chunk ;"but if you AS they regret .

and unyielding in their nature and growing out of time when the entire stalk should be stripped bare, needs mutt do so, then chunk" those who you years ago. '. s.- ted that such difficulties will occasionally happen [From the Jew York D paicA.]
the large excess Northern over Southern emigra destroy but men of all parties admit that Gen. Harris could AN EMPEROK AMONG SABS.\ .. :
leaving nothing but the naked trunk. This strip the birds who HIGH WAGES.-11le wages of the pilot. on the R.cTnlUi
are an ornament nor a have under the
use not circumstances
pursued any The Oreatett Remedy far Dueate, ."clllu .
tion. C.ntr to the expectation of many Southern ping operation is done very quickly and effectivelyby to auyboJy-and we don't care much if yon shoot Missouri river are said to be $800 per trip which other course than the one 3J ptecl It will also be of the .g .-We have received the following mitt Rtinan

men, the Soulh ignobly relaxed her efforts to an instrument shaped liked a pruning hook, on- them so that you make them let the birds alone.- consumes from fourteen to twenty days. Tins sum, admitted that no gentleman of any party ever made from physician fully competent to give an Opinion

facilitate successfully, the policy of settling Kansas larger, and not sharp. A stroke downwards with Effect this and will have our thanks and however includes an assistant in this place a more dignified speech than Geneial on the subject upon which he writes:
with while the north redoubled her you your Harris or one that showed to his opponent and to For nearly twenty years, Dr. John Bull has
6lH-holden. this, close t the stalk, strips off not only the prepared
{ panicle grounds and gardens will resound with
exertions to settle] with her population, soon the CHICAGO Jane 18. The Kansas Free State Legis- the opposite party more courtesy and respect. for the benefit of the human race a Fluid Ex.
it peculiar and blades but also the sheaths
aiound the joyful of the birds and as the solitude of Respectfully tract of unrivalled in
in the fatal thank ; lature met at Topeka on the 11th inst Governor yours Sarsaparilla, its power to
which Dece&arirClulted transpositionof stalk at the base of each blade. I the instrumentis an invalid's nights (it may be those of a Robinson sent in his wewajje. He recommends immediate VERITAS. eradicate disease by any other medicine known to

Southern for Northern predominance in strengthof sharp it does not clean the stalk so well, and besides sister er a mothEr.fletllcl) are cheered by the joyful car and thorough organization of the State the world. It has long been admitted by the medical .

citizenship and sentiment adverse to the subject that, it would be likely to wound the stalk Government; and Codification of the laws: exam- Overland California ITIall. world that there were spocific virtues in a ges-
rob of the bird
the will
mocking thank-perhaps The Postmaster-General is still considering the uine article Honduras
of inca the inaugural of Governor Walker ; contends Sarsaparilla and that when
. 1 slavery. and cause i to sour. As soon 8 the !stripping is pray for you too. Let the birds alone. that the Topeka constitution is the only clear expression bids which he opened on the loth int>tant, for the properly prcdarod in conjunction .with other pow-

The pro slavery pryof Kansas, heretofore po. completed, the cutting may be commenced but not .- of the popular will of Kansas; thinks it Great Overland California Mail contract. The affair erful roots it would cure alnu*t every mil 1aJj in
tent and active, influenced by a knowledge of this is said that Commodore Vanderbnt has is an iinportanfefkie, and Governor BROWN will cident the human
until the mill and the kettles are all ready a the t I incompetent for the neighboring States longer to to race. This fact bat J led llun*

crganicnl charge, have abandoned the now hopeless cane should be ground as soon it is cut, and the eapian issued for the arrest of Gen. Walker exercise sovereignty in Kansas, nnd declares it impossible not decide upon his lotion without mature and dreds to engage in its preparation. But uafortuuately -
a for free tate men to vote at the bogus thorough investigation.There for the public, most of these
and have into with preparations
contest merged a new charged combined Mcrers.
having C. K.
._ ; themlve juice boiled as soon a it is expressed. Otherwise, election.He were nine bids which, by the courtesy of have been vile! compound containing little cr none

political organization, which, although not pro- the quality of the syrup made from it vl be inferior Garrison and Charles Morgan to break up the Accessory concluded by saying he will maintain the position the head of the Department I have been permittedto of the genuine Honduras Sarsaparilla, and made

._ slavery in it nomenclature and crowed objects is and it will be nearly impossible t make sugar Transit Bteomship line; but it is thought A of resistancs to usurped authority at all hazards examine. Four of them propose St. Louis n !jlhe by persons having no knowle<]g of disease or the -

nevertheless, antagonistical t the free soil or Topeka from it at all We do not think that a profitable Mr. Vanderbilt must be aware that the General's and at all times. starting point four Memphis or Vicksqurgr, and one true mode of extracting the virtues of the roots employed -
Minnesota. The lowest
Fort Riugely in prices in the manufacture of the article.
party, that still holds out in its opposition t the business can be done in ree'luni. as a sugar- pkl'are not very well lined just. at present i is WASHINGTON, June 19.-4-Emery D.--Potter, ex-mem-. named for a semi-weekly line on the seueral routes, Ihe extensive Nile of Dr. Bull's article.-a sale far

legitimate governmental regime of the Territory.This manufacturing State, but we earnestly trust that Iter of form. ber of Congress from Ohio, his been tendered and are $5OOO) for the Minnesota anti Nebraska line, exceeding that of all the other preparations pretend-

unexpected modification of the political stn- Sorghum may b extensively cultivated as a most .. has accepted the appointment of one of the vacant $585,000( for the St. Louis and Albuquerque road, ing to he genuine-has induced him to locate himself -
THE VETZHAXS 1812.-Many of the veterans 01 and 595,000 by the Memphis, Little Rock and Te- in this
tns Kansas, we are inclined t believe,will result and healthy food for cattle. OJ Judgeships in Utah. Another Judgeship has been great"coraraerisl emporium. city .

in the verification the rumor alluded to, i theabove acceptable 1812 and}who reside in New York are sufferingfor offered to Mr. Reckles, of Indiana, Thoa. II. Dunn hon pass route. nn is now the central depot from which his medicine
o of Miss. has been offered 3Iar. It is rumored this morning that the Po"t tEr- is sent to 118rt of the Union. Compared to
-- That the Kansas Constitution will Santa Anna the want of a comfortable home and the common a halhip of the same every
extract, Genera the President. has '*
Guneral with the of "
Col. has been tenderedthe concurrence the article known as Townse:d's Sarsaparilla,
Territory. Cummings again
be altogether silent upon slavery, leaving the mat This Mexican celebrity and exile, has recently necessaries of life. It is proposed to establish Governorship of Utah and his acceptance i is made an arrangement with Mr. BIRCH one of the the sale of which is attempted to lie> revived,thereis

ter be considered and settled by the State at its disclosed a disposition to return to Mexico and head a home for these old men,where they can be kindly considered, certain. bidders, for a weekly mail from San Antonio,Texas but one opinion. You cannot make good arti.

t revolution to overthrow the that ... ... in I.no AnOo1.. f.>. J tXl.f UXX .1. ef Banaparilla without tears of .
leisure and or the event of anther powers cared for, and saved from the humiliation of public An imprewnon .8* a..fth-el 6- -.1..4mtntyttiAt experience.About -
I own ; i the Postmaster General, to whom the e* thirty Dr. Jehn Bull then'
!NIIt> )iuitt-vtrbeefl entirely crushed, beggary or a life in the nitnsnonse.SHOOTLVO years ago. a poor
failure of this lij the constitution L whole subiect baa been referred has selected for the THE FEEE STATE COJTVZSTIOX rx K.ulA.s-111is boy came to Louisville and for
pLc.t praavr at the heAd of which aided the Church whichis . Ky., some years
by - -
that may adopte by the Convention, AJTRAT LJCXJXGTOS. In between California wagon road the route starting from Memphis body met at lopeka on the 9th lust, the notorious was employed by the most eminent physicians of
ix a
will be submited the people for inimical t the Comonfort Government this ambitious quarrel running via Fort Smith and Donna Anna, in Lane, presiding.They the West in the business of an apothecary. No
t rtfton. be favored fortune John Clay, a son of the departed statesman, wholly disavowed the authority of the had better
free soil tyrant may again by New Mexico to Fort Yuma. young man a opportunity to learn the
(when the Topeka or party refusing to 1 and ultimately into effect His &hcme of reestablishing and a horse trainer named Edgar, in .- present Territorial Government as will be seen by virtues of tli e vegetable kingdom in the r en oval ef

Tot as they havo declared in convention they will carry Kentucky lately, the former.shot the Lxingon. K.UiH AFFAIRS-FBEK STATE U. S. SKXATOS. the telegraphic report and recommend quit the disease and the peculiarity of the diseases of the
the under the of the
do,) and carried through by a minority 0 the suffrages empire guarantees with a pistol. One ball entered liii month and By a despatch from St. Louis dated June 17th, we free State party disregard the approaching election Western country. After this, he connected himself
of the Territory and thus become the supreme Church and the Army.It learn that the Topeka (Kansas) Convention met on of a convention to form a State Constitution, thus wit one of the most celebrated physicians of that

i stated that he is prepared t 1 one-hal of passed out behind the ear; another ball lodged in the 4th inst.. and declared the admission of Kansas adopting the advice of S ward, Weed Qreeley and day, ooe who had been surgeon in the grand army
which for of and1'1ica
law purposes agitation Mexico, that he may acquire means rule over the his back. Rigor is reported mortally wounded. under the Topeka Constitution to be the only meth- others. The people of the United States can now .Napoleon, who was celebrated for the preparation -
I cf.et at the North, will rather be aided t Clay immediately left Lexington and has not been od of adjusting the existing difficulties.The see haw little honesty of purpose there is or even of Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla. From that
other. that he would rather Mexicans
than opposed by the whole free soil element of thecountry. I seems fight Free State Legislature "met in secret sessionon has been in the action of these Kansas-shriekera time, Dr. Bull directed his attentio to but one subject

< These are the only plausible solutions than Indians,and will, therefore, Fell the whole heard from since. The parties have not been on the 10th inst., and the next day elected W. A. They want nothing-care. for nothing except to which was the manufacture of the best compound "

country which is subject to Indian depredations amicable terms for some time. Phillips to be United States Senator in the place of keep up an excitement in reference to their territorial extract Sarsaparilla* that ever had beenor
that we can give our readers ef the intricate political -
throw in Lower California and Oen.Comonfort Gen. Lane. affairs. The people of the Territory have an could be produced. He has succeeded I So rapid
prblem by Kansas' In reference to the action of Captain Davis in opportunity of deciding the kind of Constitution a was the increase of the sale of his medicine, that

In common with the press of the fUt1. we condemn would no doubt, anticipate him in this demanding the surrender of G t'n. Walker official ANTIDOTE TO lo5Ql'1ToES.-Th following letterwas majority of them may prefer adopting it,and form every other preparation was regcrde-I as spurious.

movement, but he i? debarred by his own decree i addressed to London ing such laws under it as they ruuy choose. Butno Hundreds of the most scientific medical men so-
the extreme and silly positions of Mr.Walker, documents! of the >cvy Department show that no a paper:
from selling without the assent of Con- .' ; the evil-minded of the free State party interest knowkdg'ed its virtues and until this day it stands
a developed in Ida address, that the climate law territory instructions whatever were given by the then Secretary Sir; Allow me to hand yon the following recipeas to the the of
prefer keep destroy unrivalled both
up war prospects in this country and in Europe.
from which could not be obtained. is certain attacks of
of Kansas i an insuperable barrier to the existence grc!, It ,.Dobbin, to Commodore! Mervine or to Capt. a preventive to mosquitoes.black the citizens of the Territory. for no other purpose Every bottle Samparilla sold by him ia raanufuctureu -
thai Santa Anna undertakes flies Ac. : glycerine 4 oz., oil spearmint 2$
of blavery there; and that Congress would be justifiable very generally supposed Davis relative to General Walker and his men. drachms oil of turpentine 4 drachms. The face than aiding the Abolition faction now striving for by his own hands, under his direct supervision

in rejecting the application of Kansas fur another expedition to Mexico be will be aided He simply! ordered a man-of-war to Son Juan del nex'k hands in fact all parts exposed, to be rubbed power.They. and all the ingredients are selected with
by"Spain. This be the substitute for the talked will find their efforts are in vain.e care. Being himse'rf one of the most accomplished
admission into the Union unless, her Constitution may Sur as a matter prudence. It is pretty evident with the mixture. This was given me by an eminent .
invasion and it of the American pharmaceutists in the country he needs not to employ
had been ratified direct of the Spanish maybe a part Davis his line physician previous to going into the An Abolitionist
by a vote people. that Capt. clearly overstepped of duty Quizzed others or purchase the use of their names to

These points of his address are wholly gratuitous! scheme to guarantee to Spain the possession of Cuba. when arresting Gen. Walker. State knew it of used Maine without on a hunting perfect expeditien." I never Under this caption, a Holly Springs, Miss., correspondent endorse his medicine, as is done by some of those

and incompatible with the policy of The recent re-election of Comonfort to to the Prci X -. .- eJ3f .- success. of the Memphis Eagly and Enqvirtr who pretend to sell 4 good article of Sarsaparilla.

noninterstion deney of Mexico,in spite of the inveterate opposition Tux ROVAL BABY'S XAME.-Qvoen Victoria's last Tlie Western Cincinnati lates he subjoined anecdote : You cannot Ion: delude the people with a worthless
by Federal which the vital principle following sign on Row
power The occurredlast
i and thwartfor is f' the bo.-.utiful of is following amusing scene actually medicine mere mixture molasses and cheap
of his political personal opponents, baby -ear name or names original:
of the law incorporating Kansas a a Territory.How .- may Summer between a citizen of our town and a roots of no medicinal virtues.
a while the secretly concocted purpwees of Spain Beatrice .:Victoria Zeodore. The christeningwas "Kaixs, Knickers, Kandies Konfeckshunnarys, Yankee board of the Northern steamboats
a man of Mr. Walker's experience and intelligence Ilolcsale and Retaile. on one We regard Dr. Bull as the only manufacturer ofa
could have committed such a blunder is us and Santa Anna but that it will be undertaken by to take place in the middle of the present -. *- perhaps upon the Hudson genuine extract of Sarsaparilla In this country

t them we have not a doubt. month (the sponsors being the Duchess of Kent WALKER NOT DEFUNCT.) -We were shown a letteryesterday. Our Southern friend discovered a disposition in a or in any other and one who is doing more to alleviate
We have
---i incomprehensible. ever had and still genteel-looking man on board the boat to the sick than the whole combined
i very opena fraternity
the Princess Royal and Prince Frederick William from a former resident of this datedat
have confidence in his inttgty. and hope that he The Great Kantern. : New Orleans in the latter of city,which chat with him and nothing loth to hear what his of medicin -venders. He Is a man of science whose

will be able t explain ths pat t the Southern We have been furnished says an I'zlwff. with of Prussia. -,. chows that the cause of the fumousi part 'Gen.May.Walker, friend had to say, he indicated by his manner that whole active life baa been spent in studying diseaseS

vPlt a portion of whom had awarded him all the the following contract of a letter dtd DECLI ED.-W e have every reason to believe that far from being dead is still flourishing as energetically dialogue he was approachable en.snedYankeeWell- ; whereupon the following and perfect discovering disgust upon a all remedy.those pretended He looks benefactors down with I

h character he possesses. "LOXDOX, May 22, 1857. Col. John W. Forney on Saturday sent to the President espoused and his perseveringly and informs as ever.his The friends writer that has he sir; I wish to ask you one question of our race who when they fail to make an honest B

Reposing unbounded confidence in the patriotism On the day after the date of my last I visited his declension of the latter's offer to him of is now about cause to muster recruits in Texas for a : I hope. will be no offence. living in the. business ,in which they are engaged,

and sagacity of M. Buchanan, and hi% constitutional the Great F.6tr and, accompanied by Capt Harrison the U. S. Consulship at Liverpool, tendered some second expedition.-Peterxbury up Exprtts. Southanier-Certainly not; I will hear you with step from behind a merchant's desk or from the
advisers, we are not of those who despair her commander caaefully examined her immense time tince. CoL F. designs returning to Pennsylvania + .. -Well, sir, is it true that they work ne manufacturers.workshop and become pillmakers or sarsapariHa

of the UepuLl( Mighty as we freely admit proportions. As Urge as she is, every part where he will be accompanied by the warmest BuRNING has set Tin the: DXAD. Tlie to Paris Academy and the of Medicine groesin the plow at the South ? The life of Dr. Bull has been steadily devote toMe

the enginery of evil that is at work all around us to of her appears t be perfect and composed of the wishes for his happiness and prosperity of as large thinking earnestly papers of the writing return to the practice peopleto Southerner-I will answer you in the favorite p1'ea He left a reputation behind him In

effect our downfall t beyrt t we believe the enginery very best materiaL It is impossible that more care and attached a circle of personal friends as ever a of burning the dead. They say that in the summertime method of your own countrymen by asking you a Louisville not excelled by that of any maa in the

of gO i operation for our preservation,U still could have been taken in the workmanship than has gentleman acquired among the citizens of Wash ,the Parisian hospitals are crowded with the question Yankee-I or two.admit the right air. West broader He theatre saw that for this his greet usefulness commercial linked dry as wasa it Is

mightier and will in the,end.prevail. Difficulties ben A wooden model was first made of her 'and ington through an official residence h .-Wathington the victims pestilence In the engendered by the The foul air of Southerner-How many negro men do you suppose to every,section of the country by natural; and artificial

of u magnitude-have o i our history- i conformity with that model every sheet of iron Star. the grave cemeteries yards is a constant neighborhood.source of mortality.Tneirpntriq vicinityof it would require to draw a good large one- channels of communication, by its ,*je* Hi

difficulties that hero.rocked the Confeueracy t and and every bolt was tti previously t their being emanations filling the air,and the poison i. horse plow?_ a and capital- here aaeold be the central-point from Hwhiek

fr like a vessel totted upon the mad wgyeaof the used in her conatr Varieties. they emit impregnating the water are held Yankee-Well,I suppose six or s.ven-cay seven. ha could end .hi* Inestimable medicine

ocean, bu.t have been sallied, and through the "She has the Hower rig-her rigging (not sails) Wisdom is to knowledge what the nand of the chargeable for the many new and frightful diseases! Yankee-Well Southerner-What, I are they$ worth. per head T throughout the tfnion, 10 rcszrr rax when nooft'disease-bra*
suppose and restore, them to health
of the throat and VAnoir
torn. t calm IUB shine lias will all be of iron; and the arrangements will be 1 I surgeon is to the Instrument which he employ. skill lungs which baffle all medical Southerner That would be $5,000. Now,what fastens upon the system
ing the waters of peace with supernal complete, that her sails can in a few mnut all b I Self-love often makes us mistake our theories fer < e would one large, strong hone coat? We speak from experience,as .. have tried tie-

is a consolation to the patriot to call to intzd the our principles. Washington seldom indulged in a joke or a sar Yankee-I guess about 100. effects of the FuJioExraACT or ... prepared
hou .m but when'he did he always made a decided Upon this the Southerner looked little quizzical by Mr. BuD and have the testimony of seve.
fact that no problem baa been presented too Tat ort cut-water only three inches wide, and, None but and noble mind is of e&smx at his who without fa
He 1 a great capable hit. During the debate on the establishment of the neighbor, waiting to hear the ral eminent physicians .who use It extensively

intricate f patriotism and wisdom t grasp excet a short; curve, which 1 below the water, genuine humanity.A Federal army a member of Congress offered a resolution conclusion started and stammeredWell -. their practice. The theory of its operation in the

with and solve. She beautifully -lkw u vat a IU I removal disease and It is that itiaespeeiaDy
Frosnonrbeartofheartswebope stern 1.ligt i 1 prprtone great change in life is like a cold bath in wia- limiting it to three thousand men; to which why
oar survive the perils that lie her A light as a river Washington suggested an amendment, providing 'WI adapted the removal of all sorts of maladies,by
U.my i Ie bt ter-we all hesitate at the first plunge. that no enemy ttundd ever invade the country with 8ruCB.'C'In IN WHOZZT.-The dangerous and Infamous whatever name they may be called,and Is expressly
the haven such entire confidence her
tpathway t .ofpnet cecurity. The engineer b i The world makes us talkers, but solitude makesus more than two thousand men. The laughter which use of strychnine in the manufacture of calculated for all ages and eonditioas In me, are'
strength, that although she w1 enter the water S ensued smothered the rcsolutioa. whiskey reported to because a bushel of corn from subjects that we shall dwell upon hereafter. .
Tb.. Reet. thinkers. which, an honest distillation about two and '
sideways, the.will only two ways of about '4. oy a -
We lit the attention o military a patriotic feet width, on which b she will launched He declares himself guilty who defends himself The most singular valedictory address on recordwas half of gallons are extracted is mad. to yield fouror DtsuLuiia FATAL TOEXADO n Socrszav If .
forty ,
young men t the anrl.Rt 1 te appropriate 1 i hundred feet at each b end before accusation. delivered by Sidney Smith to a young English five gallons by this means Is attracting attention UNOm.We learn from a friend who arrived in this
two or more
leaving who about everywhere, and stringent laws are demandedfor this morning. direct from ,"that oa
of Rogers, inviting the tender sp missionary was to proceed to Van Die- city Egypt
.lm Ct o for the most consists in public protection A writer in the Richmond
ported. Eccentricity, part, man's bind. It was ss follows: Saturday afternoon a terrible tornado swept overa

ee t complete the ori Ms.regi .They still say she will be launched i Aug5 than following one's own taste, and not sub Farewell my dear friend farewell I Yon go to Eriqvirtr calls the attention of the Legislature to portion of Christian county carrying death cad

mea o Ilt nht but, from my observation, it scarcely possi mitting it to the government of others. a country where it is the custom of the aboriginals the practice and asks for the Inspectors-scientific destruction in its course.
Our gallant l 1 t1 Capt JD Park to have a clergyman on their sideboards every morn and practical hen examine every barrel of Our Informant was at the village of Pent in thai
hill, has been and 1snow,41r3y ble. There are,however, no less than fifteen- hut The pebbles in our path weary us and make ussorofoot ing for breakfast; but let us hope that you will Virginia manufactured imported whiskey before county during the "blow," and describes its effects

gaged raising auu.company and will shortly e: dred hands employed upon her at 4 this time. more than the rocks that only require a prove very indigestible to the savage who eats it is allowed to be offered for sale. This with strong there as terrific. It was accompanied by nail and

1 v hen "The present obligation ( penalties against adulteration. will effectuallyprevent rain. Buildings were swept from the fcuadations
company I ue t bold effort to surmount them. vout"e S
presentation to'the eosamandkig it
l r1 her Portland, the first few and some oT them carried! Into the air others no
olte new regiment The Nas.nnoua.es' send .t tp"ar; There are some lessons which adversity will be Sir Walter Scott once gave an Irishman shilling -. roofed and others torn Into atoms. A number of ,

oer that Capt Jacksonville.is also engaged wards I I t C Into the tde sore to teach us,, and among others thts- .that good.. when sixpence would han done. Remember THE OCEAN SCBUASIXX <. The steam'frigate new stores,that had just been.completed were stair .
LDJ Niagara Is to be used as an escort for a steamer carrying Church.*
was said the baronet, you owe me slxp.nce.'My icredi&tocfrsmentlf.tae' Presbyterian.
: end have>) informed .hl I ebt ness'in ft woman II more admirable than beauty.
raising we een -
l company; ."Mr. /.V.erst n4. U entirely J'M honor live'till I pay you," was the the Atlantic cable. It was found after,the large frame building; was moved some six fee nw1U
that Capt A. Colnmboslssimilarly o few -, 'frigate to Greenwich that she could not *
In which address got come JrefrfttDepo
A'.Sp- stale that she There are a things an&jud (1 \ foundation; te HUaoU Central
can .
engaged. t b 4 within a mile of the factory to receive the cable blown
f 1 preparation ohkbTI meat are more 'thaliln' the ai'ofAd1ict was unroofed; a tzI jc C freight .ear* wai
of the entire regiment for service.BCXXZP .. fitably and Melbourne.Immediately .: necessary The other day, Mrs.'Bnipkins! being unwell sent and to run it out to the Teasel on lighters would .from the track and worse1 than OIISITS P-

.fftr Tw launch fp/r hyr.of.ft similar which Is ibo"lnc'ft man that yon either know for a medical man, ami'declared that she was pois- have obstructed the navigation too long. -The company S a woman and four childrenkUW by'bIiD.

t Enrjor. Governor of _a to be.commenced.for ba same..scrriee.! lIIor.id art better than himself v'Hea oned'and that Mr. Snipldns did It. "I 'didn't' doS have chartered steamer for $ .. which struck:iy filling timbers or earried Icto the air and.

'.Ke .Jf "'ADfccr.. of it," shouted Snipkins. "If sall gammon, she Isn't wLl perform the duty which was intended for the thrown ih41 ,Several otherpessofl'
with J.'ri'w of the miseries this life gsxe.
to open.
taeky/ bun.4f ( pMparationi ,m made trno eomplaio are, Prove It doctor her the 'the steam and .die
4 r' "I- t..i poisoned. ; open. en spot Niagara frigate aiding attending were wor*:'or,lest.lnteed.sorn.o.whom uy
H&od.bJT 1 'tIi OOJtd thee long voages414OOO. tons'ohsaansnta's > .for th4 most pert, suchUsreuwUlhig to practiseselfdenial ilam willing.e. ." 1 upon the stetmer.Csors from the4f. (u..liJcJG -- .SS .. .

psUIIbtflt f&IIvtfruI1 dMtb.to: -mf appropriated exelosJrely, for ecel-boles; thus of submit to .those rales of their pirns!:. .. S : "Wefiirmeri' "lCitJDkIU *rt 1kha tstat of Lbs

; mM $ enabling h er .ioiearry. 'sbflident. fnal to aad moral economy_upon wUehfftlntaryend.tmlform ,_1iur and rmto splendid estate under AND Psosrxcn.-Everywhere we have accounts \ 'damage..don.I r-"Ji1::b7 Ua. tOdOL..
father's will When he died he ordered of of oats ft1ta44 adjoining
'll k. i' F wy good crops and wheat, Farmers .and etaertiaTariow,.parts
toAtssmbaek; is -
lonndcd. <
f ;. f .' .. ,:J d'f. ." u. .. happiness or elder brMher'to divide.the home'wld me;,'and 'are harvesting the wheat now and the crop will S counties mut be. heavy.ffIt Ts.s.-3.o'iJ '

: _",. 'o : u She win-cost .$4,600,000 a4.wHl even then. It A little girl niaf years VoId, having attended a $t Patrick he did-for he luck the inside. himself; soon begin to come in. That wiHnodoabt, reduce iu.1 ..-5- '*
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: bebWien; co.4'. S said, be U.cli. pert yeml.that ever. 'buijt'' OJTT 5,being asked by her mother oa returning how -tod gave me the outside' :' the price of grain., Cornand cotton are backward J,ikie6r' S

: -. she hemV.answered, ".1 : 4-. .5. aDd smell, but with good ,seasons for the future a; BtMLot-At a dinnftgWei by- .
; .1 't e-i1 1, Wel eotioas bosedfr k t ,truly', enjoyed am/V happiness. .IiHtftS,ft man was prosecuted In London for selling .. .DOC1 crop of eoru maybe made, Everything will, DIana to the MtmpJdi delegation who reseat'!?p '

*L o. "' .' *ua"at'C .. I couldn't' 'be-aay happier' 'uhlets. I. could. ; eeffeeMast; ,then'Introduced:as 'a. "nb, ee 5bisto b, favorable to make ftnythhg Jut'A1' Itfgl *- ,Charleston visit tbsrs.w.rEOnSP9", .
... ; ': -J" : }*1'L ."," S S and to the l1'ood." : 'of 6 .' Skel. of champs mads *with. "- '".i' *
? J., ,.. ,r ''1 ..wti11 Jt I""Jbr '***-' I' '" .s prejudice : Dell ,o typ eottOB. Ca&rtnovf : fne way
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Wlnon. EeCt c.. ..r, la the iig.AsfVcr Ajtpearanu. or a pro- .We an requested Quarterly U say that lUeetiq.the third Qnartcrly; Meetbigfor Notice to Carpenters.ON Per "Wnt R. Pettis," GREAT IBDUCEMEHTSTO ''tHf. .. .. Cnfc. : ":

W'l' t- .". ,t l r4 in a .u t{ ttt'r the Leon Circuit Court will be acid at*PUa oa the the lint Monday in July next will be let out FROM NEW ORLEANS : TO .

,..-4 -I' .' t f. '. i k(',::8 JI no .rontcl" inrtgsza .4th and 5th-July. the the lowest bidder at Ridleysvflle. a contractfor 15 CASKS Sides and Shoulders, Oash purchasers.THE E. BARNARD Jr.
the Ooun
to It, we give lie following amusing akekhlMncJ building a COURT-HOUSE for 1. plain Hams, UNDERSIGNED b now waiving ha vsoalJL
\. EDITOR:-Do 115 the favortoannoanco ty of Lit-erty. Those wishing, to see the plan will 3 Tierces Sugar Cured Hams stock of Goods which will be large and WILL co3rrim THB
from old Sprtof .
en paperIn please call on or address Mr. Me Alii *
Mr. Whitton having calculated in your next issue, for the office of Sheriff fur the ey.ALS 1" Smoked B..f. complete, which be offers upon his usual terms to his
tli. 1712,
Oat 2 Hhds. choice Brown .
year Sugar liberal discounts .
of .omet which was to mak> it*apl'Ara.nce county of Leon. at the ensuing election in (X-tober punctual customers and in all instances
return & -
tie the 14th of October, at next Mr. the sumo time and place wilUbe sold' to the highest 15 Bbls. Extra and Superfine Fkur made for CASH. D. O. WILSON. AT TU *u VTAJIP, -> ,
Wednesday. ,
on notice bidder all or a portion of the lots in the proputed 1 White Beans March 14, '57. 11 I .
after I.ve in the morning, gave MANY VOTERS. "
t"e'Inlnntei 1 Lard Oil
County site of said county. ,
to the pub1ie according,with a ternf.fU1! JOHN CHASON Judge of Probate. 2 *' llolasiet THE LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER 01' TUB IfOSTAB
world fire was to :
that a total dif wlutioa of the The by e.rfR.: EDITOR :-Do us the favor to Jane 20, '57. 25-2t 2" Lard, B
tab place on the Fri.Iy f.llowmg. reputation in 1 Me Beef .
both announce jout nut issue, for re-election for the s STYLES
.1r. tthiston had Ion- maintained in England 10" Pork Corner of Clinton sail Uocro st.'ets1tIatiA..
office of Tax
little doubt Assessor and Collector, for the co Notice.SIX 0 .
no nty
;, a divin W a Ihi1\I\pher.le.t of 2 ,B)UI Lemon. January II. IS"'Z ** : .
with the populace of the truth of his prediction. of Leon at the eusuing October election. Mr. L. CDEllILL Months sft-r! date the undersigned administra! 1 Box Smoked Beef Sugar Cored Tongues. To bo had at _. .

co N-r iltaTiorou,,events took ,,lace. A Y. Respectfully. of the estate of Charles S. Si'.ley, deceased. Fur Sale C 81I" by R. H. D1 RRI. a D. WILSON'S. Copartnership Notloe ; :
nirso" in and about Tendon ,-:ted all the\1ar ea late of Oadsden will hrr'finlLl8CCDunt'to .
MANY : county pipent June 18, 57. 24 HPHE have this
VOTERS. undersigned day entered Jato i a
their 1.aJs the
ertild on in
they lay the Jndge of Probate c-f said county aud ask to bedischarg. -L
1hIUUt' very rationally concluding that when the er: WE authorized and .'d. MARY D. G. SIBLEY Jmt'x. THE UNDERSIGNED'is now receiving a large la theWHOLESALE
are requested to Public Notice.
c\nfi4XT'lltic tool 'lac* I.er.VonlJ IHS the most June 20. '57. 25-fm varied stock of SPRING and SUMMER & RETAIL .. .
Lf'on: the uter. A gentIcnan wbo bud neclecttZI announce LEMUEL JONES, as a candidate for Tax TREASURY OFFTCK )! GOODS, to the inspection of whuh he invite the ] "C'G B'D'Scsrm s,

fan'ily p-aer fcr better than five rears, in- AMessor and Collector of Leon county at the Election Just Received TALLAHAESKE June 12, 1857. \ Public generally : under the name and style of- .

fo17.100: h\fI\ vi- that It ".U liii (tenn1Ilation to re- in October next.ICE THE: holders of the State Scrip issued under the CONSISTING IS PART OF: .

Ihli.. that 1 .,k'Je practice the same evening, but Per Schooner Wm. 7?. Pttti : of January 7, 1853. entitled An Act to Chintz Barege,Grenadine AMES&LVELV.THEY .
..a ,'ite hating engaged a bull At her house. per- provide for the payment Captains Sparkman' and Organdie Flounced Robes .
;euAJed her hos ind to put it off till she saw whether NOTICE 50 DRUMS Fresh Dried Figs, Parker's and] other Volunteer Companies for services Solid Colored and Figured Bareges, will be pleased to see their i.

the comet appeared or not Sonth Sea toek immediately 6 Boxes Fresh Lemosn, iu the year 1 849"are hereby notified that the;'rinei- Silk Tissues and Crepe de Paris 0 and patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames,
fell to 5 per cent and the India to 11, 2 Cases Guava Jelly, pal IS ready for disbursement warrants i ususd Chintz Brilliants
upon where they will keep a full and general
Number Two. Trail New Dates.
and the Captain of a Dutch ship threw all his pow- 1 by the Comptroller in conformity with said ActC. Printed Lawn, from 10 to 75 ds, auortineutofArlialim appertaining their

O.T into the river In order that the ship might not AFTER trying the experiment of furnishing ICE; AMES k LIVELY. H. AUSTIN, Slate Trcatvrtr. f'rench.Scotcb, and Amer'n. Ginghams ne_of_business_ D. H. AMES. ,
be en angtTfd. : e at 2 @ 3 cents ft thus far, June U, 57. 24 *** Tli Florida Sentinel, the Florida Peninfular, French. Engliih. and Am.r'n. Prints, M. LIVELY.
The next morning.lao'Wever. the comet appeared we find at these rates and as long a season's tale as the :Florida News and the Florida Democrat will Black Poolt de Loire 1
according to the predictions and before noon can be expected, will leave us at least tOO out of A Fortune for only $1! insert tbe above three times and forward the bills to Black Gro de rhine, _January 1.185ft. _

the belief v" universal that the Day of Judgment pocket in actual cost of Ice delivered. The loss in Subecriber having been for the past twenty the Treasury Office. Black Challies

vat at hand. About this time three hundred andtwentythree transporting and selling at Tallahassee is more than THE_ one of the greatest manufacturers of Patent June 13, 1857. St-24 Alpaca's and Bombasines. MILES$ NASH & CO

clergymen were ferried over to Lam two for one. While cooling YOU-we want to be bpI Medicines Perfumery beth it was said, to petition that a short prayer uhnle tmrtelcet; therefore after the 1st July- we and having now closed out his business, is preuedtoselltheReciessoastogiveotherea Benj. F. YOung Linens. PALL11 1f .
might be penned and ordered, there being none in will continue to sell ICE at our Ice House at St chauc to Fronting and Shirtir.g Linhe Diiucs PAL1TJ

: the Chnrch service for that ooca!on. Three maids Marks and Newport at the same price, $2 ewt- do something towards a livelihood. Among the re- '& @ITUll Yl & r1f W Pillow Case and Sheeting Linens i. ,

of honor burnt their collection of novels and plays 2 i @ 8 cents 3)) E according to quantity. Stock apes from which be has manufactured .the articles; to ANDSOLICITOR Fancy Shirting Linens

end sent to the booksellers to buy each of them a Subscribers at the Tallahassee Depot as usual. Mr. a great extent are the following, viz: Fancy Linens for Gents and Youths wear. MEDICINES, as OJbS,
Bible and Bishop Taylor's Holy Living and Dying Williams at the Depot, and Dr.Barnard up town,will 1. To make Dr. Kenyon's Health Restoring Biitsrs. IN EQUITY,
I .* The rnn upon the bank was BO prodigious continue to keep ICE but on thei- own account 2. Brandeth's Family Pills. WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir Spring and Summer WOULD inform their friends and tWpuUkik

that sll hands were employed from morning till Parties in the Country, particularly these who propose 2. Fluid Extract SanpaiilLv of Florida, and the Federal Courts. on band good assortment O&M' .

" night in discounting notes and handing out specie.On to sell again can have their supply arranged for 4. The wotld-ienowood Scotch Hair Tonie (omCK AT GAINSVU.I.X, ALACHVA OOCNTT.) i1ifiTit li articles as are generally kept in their line of twst*
Thursday considerably more than seven thousand St. Masks or Newport as may suit their' convenience. 5. Best Eau de Cologne. !. REFERENCES and wilt.receiving rfiu1]/fresh supplies. Tbs

kept mistresses were legally married in the NO'E8 & LADD. 6. Artificial Honey which cannot be detected from : terms sball"b reasonable.. .
face of several congregations. And to crown the I June 27, '67. 26 that made by bees, either in coUr or taste, and does CAPT. J. J. LUCAS 1COL. 1 or EVE&T Dssdurnox I Tallahassee. April 9th 185S14..

whole farce, Sir Gilbert Heatheote, head Director .I not exceed tbe cost of the cheapest Brown J. D. AIKKX }J-JCharlttton, S. C. Bonnets I,
of the Banks issued orders to all the fire officers in VOLUNTEERSWANTED 7. Very finest Indelible Ink for marking sugar.linen. FRASEK & THOUFSOX, ) p MEDICAL ..N.O T.t.CE.

London, requiring them 'to keep a good look-out, wearing apparel, &c. Profits immense,competition i, DR. JAMES' S. JONES, Tallahanet, Fla. J A LARGE AS8OETKCKT or ran

and have a particular eye on the Bank of England S I IA small:sales large. June 6, 57. 23 ENGLISH FRENCH, AND AMER-9fiX DR. BUB'SaiTOHS
"' ,
< r_ _- 9. New England Shaving Soaps. For lOAN STRAW BONNETS,
located la TallaLftsa
10. Best Old Windsor pro
Shaving Soaps. HAVING
THE Lirs ABOCT GEN. W.ux1R.-
len will Hve his hands full if he undertakes to MOUNTED VOLUNTEERSare be the most popular Soaps in the maiket The Hair age, wlOis a good CAurorrEa. Apply this ALSO A LAEGK ASSORTMENT or Drug Store.Dee. .

write letten. to answer all the lies the Black Republican Tonic has been long used by the most aristocratic in Office. "'jiioe 6. '57. 23 French Flowers, Artificial., about Gen. Walker. Someof wanted to fill vacancies in the *
up 0
get up Scotland and The
pt's England.
recipe was purchased at 0 .
these stories are so absurd that they deserve no Mounted Regiment Florida Volunteers, a great expen@e. Any person of ordinary industry For Sale. Embroideries. MEDICAL NOTICE. -

notice. Gen. 1L in a letter exonerates Walker fnllv to be mustered into the service of the United States and business tact can line his pockets in a short time subscriber offers for sale his resi Rib, Valencine. Maltese and Honatbon seLLs of -0-
from the charge of cruelty and declares that he by manufacturing the articles; or they are worth THE situated Monroe Collars and under Sleeves
as soon as reported full Captains having Companiesand on Street, Drs. Robertson & Bond
He also that the Costa Rican a
''a!too lenient says desiring service in this Regiment will report their more than fifty times the price of them to use on)" in and one of the most desirable locations Lmb'd.: mouslia Collars, from 121 .u.to 8.00.,
arents in this country are a set of villains and the family. All I have to is it. I do ask formed in th
Companies with the names of commissioned officers say try not in the City of Tallahassee. Emb'd. moushn Sleeves. ll'AVlNG a co-partnership practirLJ.
crminals. when organized to the undersigned. you to take it on my recommendation, but refer, if of their profession offer their services to ib. si j jizeos > .
& ST. GEO. ROGERS. you wish, to the following well-known gentlemen, 0-ALSOI Hats of Tallabajsee and surrounding country. 0

The Liver Pill. Col Mounted Reg. Fla. Volunteers. viz: Hon. Lewis Cass, Michigan ; Hon. S. Colfax,Pa; will sell my large and well known brick A LARGE ASSORTMENT,: Or Cg: Office over the Store lately occupied by BH

Hf The LiTer Pills ol Dr. M'Lane were flret u ed by him Ocala. Fla. June 27. ':7. 26-tf t Hcn.G. Dame, N. IL; Messrs. Richards & Co, and Livery Stable, Carriage House, &c. ton & Hi 0
::-. exclusively In hii own practice. Bo efficacious were they in C. W. Loosing M. D., Baltimore ; F. W. Eemis, Esq. ,. Gents and Youths Spring and Summer m Feb. 28, '67 9 It

.. an cues of LiTer Complaint,that jbey. became famous, and I AM OFF TO THE Boston ; Hall j Manchester, and Rov. Alfred Payne, Philadelphia. Dr. Miles & Nash
ittractmg the attention of the medical faculty, puaed into '
generallle. They act with great certainty and regularity; TEEMS: I will send all the above ten recipes to anyone April 18, 5'1. l -8m Clothing, ,

the patient almost immediately fneb the dupenlon of hi* dl- -Mi on the receipt of ONE DOLLAR, or any one for nine Salt Salt. A LARGE ASSORTMENT Or OTTERS HIS PBorzasioxALszzvicis TO THE cmxxxs 0 or

aM',and is gradually restored to health. With some the WARS AGAIN I IVolvnteers three cents postage stamps. Send gold,. Post Office Gents fashionable CLOTHING. TAlJLiIu.s ADSUZROI5DraGCOVNT1Y. '
effect is almost miraculous frequently experiencing immediate stamps or New England bank bills, if they can be I 000 SACKS LIVERPOOL. in fine order, OFFICE with Dr. M.Nubimmediat.ly ealt.Ub *

relief after having tor months resorted to drugs and med- obtained. satisfaction is not promptly given, the landing per Times,and for sale by Boots and Shoes .
Icmct another description in vain. Disease*of the Liverare money'shall poslively be'refunded Address, enclosing McNAUGHT, ORMOND l CO. May 19 1855. 20 _

very common in this country, and are often frightful in to expel the Seminole from the the money, to April 4, 1837. 14 A LARGE ASSORTSINT OF -
1 ISAAC W. A. KENDALL Orange N.Hampshire. I Ladies, Genta. R. H. 0
Those who experience of the premonitory YoutbsnndChildSHOE3I. BERRY
character. any
F, ivmptnnsof this dangerouj and cbmphcated disease should Everglades, Wanted! June 18, '57 24-6t R ICE.-2 tierces and 6 half tierces, lauding per k ,
C i-i> Times and fur sale byMcNAUGHT
at once procure a box of Dr, M'Lane's tills prepared by General Government having asked the Gov- ORMOND & CO. Servants SHOES of every quality. Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT.
Bros of Pittsburgh,and perhaps thereby be savedanorlJofmUerp. FOUNDRY
Fleming { of this State for an additional April 4. 1857._14_ STAPLE GOODS.Cotton ,

REGIMENT OF VOI&NTEERS Tallahassee: IF1a. and Linen Osnaburgs TALLAHASSEE Fla 21)
tr Purchasers will be careful to uk for DR. M'LANE'S Gentlemen's Summer Sept. I8S. S9
and UNDERSIGNED leave to inform the Brown and Blue Shirting and
CELEr.R.TED"ERMIFoGE. manufactured by FujtueBeo the undersigned being. duly authorized by THE beg Sbeejings, -
that they have associated themselves in Marlborough Plaids aud Stripes, JOHN R. LLOYD
.of ritbJmrgli. Pa. All other Vermifuges In comparison COLONEL ROGERS, CLOTHING.
are1FoI'thkske Dr. M'L&ne's genuine Vermihige, also business, under the name and style of Choctaw Stripes, Apron Cheeks ,
to raise a Company to fill his Reeiment, will be Bed Ticking, & Ac, &e. 'U.ot1.oneer
up c.
Sac Pants and Vests ted
ku celebrated liver Pills,can new b*had at all respectsUe Cardy, Baya & Co., FRoCKS a assoi quah-
ready to receive and enlist VOLUNTEERS for the latest A choice selection landing '
stores. A'one genuine i\galwt of
drug for the of the trade Founders
said service. The enlistment will be for purpose following and
; [20] FLEJnNG BEOS.TUIBtTK Machinists and are prepared to execute all kinds of from Brodic, and for sale by A large and well selected stock of HARDWARE.All MERCHANT
--n SIX MO5TIIS-PAT AND KATIOXS BY THE UNITED STATES. work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines McNAUGHT ORMOND 4 CO.Marcb2l7 of the above articles will be sold low by ,

OF UESFECT.A Applications will be received at Tallabasse until the furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. ]2RiceFresh D. C. WILSON. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
1 '
FIFTEENTH OF JULY PKOXIMO. Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds trade with March 14, 57. 11Corn. July 19. 1856. 29-ly

meotnp; fthe Bar was held at}uche ana n Monday All who VOLUNTEER are expected to furnish their neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished Rice.
thO':.th cfMl15L own of all kinds Machinery and Engineering. Theyare WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive S. S. KNIGHT

The meeting wa!organizrd hy culling the lion. J.J. Fin- lIoRSE3.lOll' P ARK also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Steam Engines 50 in a few dan direct from Charleston-. odurdefB BUSHELS CORN, for sale by ,
ILL. for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing and.. and'uave 1000 AUCTIONEER! COMMISSION.MERCHANT
1ej ",Uu chair,und Georgo Tervm was ruquejlcj to act as June in yet? it marked, you who want. HOPKINS & MEGINNISS.
[ fcecretary. 27. 57. 2C-4t -_ _ ri.Millo An teara or JOSEPH norse power. -ALSO- March 2167. 12Lathes' T..A.LLAJIAIS1aI'LOIUD..

| After which the following preirt and resr lutlons were 810 REWARD. WILLIAM CARDY BAY, 1 BO Boxes of Manufactured TOBACCO at lower September, 1865, 05
* offered by Maj.J. M. Liu drum, and on motion were nnanimcnsly Dress Goods.
than this in the
prices Spring big of
Subscriber will give tie above reward JOHN CARDY. you pay city
adopted. tbe safe delivery of his boy NELSON May SO, '57. 22-ly New York. For further particulars enquire at MUSLINS plain and figured WILLIAM SCOTT,
WDTBEAS has pleesed out Heavenly Father in his in- tTHE SWISS
; at his in the Jail D. LADD Newport. "
plantation or at Tal- checked 1TTOY AY ..LA W.
erut&blc isdom and mercy to remove from us our worthy SAVANNAH LOTTERY. March 21, '57. 12 .
orThornasiille. He is a black Linen Lawn. French Prints eta.
fnM and Brother! JOhN P. CAMPBLLL, a member of very FLA.
he Bar. boy twenty-two years of age, high forehead trim Landing from Sampson and for sale by MONTICELLO,
II Tbire'ore I>P ItP.8rcdTIit built, and is about 5 feet 7 inches high He rannway ON TIlE IIAVAXNA PLAN OF SINGLE \t BERJ. MANTILLASFOR McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. July SO,1858. 80 t i jab
some four weeks since and is-probablylurkin around April '67. 16
while we bow in humble submission to the .
holy ''.:of nnr Great'rpatorUld Preserver, in this afflic. ANDERSON & SON THE -,----- ----- ,.-
June 27, :7. 26! Book
He di'j'entation tfhis Providence, ,'e are made keenly toY Bindery. & DOWNING,
and Summer of 1857.
e1 the l.j'l
2 J-That "e deeply pympolhisc with the family and relations SUCCESSORS TO. J. F. WINTER, MANAGERS. THE SUBSCRIBERS have receive by Exr-res I JL is aLain in operation. NO. 49O, Seventh
of our departed Brother and friend in this their greattofruetnenL FROM NEW YORK: few of those most Fashionable' and by far the March 21. '57. 12 Street,
Prizes Payable Without Deduction. most desirable, WASHINGTON CITY.

8d--That in token of our unfeigned narrow, end the re- 9 0 BOXES Champaigne Cider Chantilly Lace Mantillas Seed Rice. 'WILL practice before th 4 Conft of Claims aaj
pert doe to the memory nuil badg*mourning for thirty days. 1 Bbl. Superior Rail Road Snuff W I i Capitol Prize $60,000 of various patterns and designs, which they offer on 1 A A BUSHELS SEED RICE, for sale by Departments. -

4th-That the proceedings of this meeting be spread upon to whiten teeth and purify the breath-decidedly TICKETS.JArfPEE the most reasonable terms. Call early if you wish 1UU HOPKINS d MEGI "KI9S. July! 28, 1855. 80 .
) __ 30,000 March 21, 57. 12 .
the minuti n this court and that the Milton Phatnias be requested better than Brandy surpasses the choice selections. BUTLER fe DENHAM.

to puMikh the same, and the Floridian. COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY
who use the article will Spring and Summer
be requested to LIVE Styles
forever and DIE. Tallahassee Sash and Blind TTY AT .
J. J. FIXLET, Chairman.EOIOS never 11Y UTHORJTY OF STATE OF OEO. For 1857. LAW,
For sale by R. H. BERRY. 0
F. TnviT, Ftcreiary. June 27, '57 26 OLASS Y.DflwS FACTOB..Y. THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by tbe last TALLAHASSEE,FLA.
1 June 16th, 1857, at St. Andrews' Hall, Savannah TIlE undersigned adopts'this method of informing from New York, a full and elegant assortment May 21, 18:3. 20

OBITUARY. Just Received On., under the sworn superintendent of W. public, that he has recommenced the above I of LADIES DRESS GOODS, consistingof

I DIED on the 25th toy of May, 1857 at k rdence 1athe1 rell- R. Symons, Esq, and J. M. Prentiss, Esq. business iu th' city of 'I Tallahassee and would be I an endless variety of the most fashionable stylesof EDWARD M WEST.
In Leon -oIlDQ'.FU,Mra. CAROLINE FISHER the PER J. G. ANDERSON, pleased to receive the patronage: of his frit(ls. SLop Paris Printed Organdies on plain arid plaid cldths, and
.GXIFICEXT SCHEME: at tho Rail Road I. W. BO WEN. I' from to full chintz colored. Attorney CoBnsellor at Law
wife of Mr. WnL }::. Fisher' and second Daughter of Mr. C. A BEAUTIFUL AND VARIED Depot plain ,
D. West,in the twentr'eighin year of her age. ASSoxnrEXT OF 1 Prize of. .. .. .. .. .. .. $60.000 March 7. '57. 10 I Organdy robes designs entirely new, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
The subject of this notice but fli.aor 1 .. .. .. .. .. 20,000 Jaconet c. .i .
was a fCYle&r1llnee a April 5, 1856. 14-
.the pride and ornament of her father's borne possessing LISLE BRAIDS. do. Trimmings, do. Fringes, 1 . .. . . . 10,000 Dr. A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. Printed Bar g-e robes, designs entirely new,
fcealth and beauty In their richest developments. With much Spring Skeleton Skirts, Setts Brass Skirt "l .. .. .. .. .. 6,000 Grenadine robes Ftrrped Brocade amI China HUGH A. *
sveelaeei of temper,she ae med to sunshine to Ho r*. BUTLER & DENHAM. 1 .. ., .. .. .. .. 4,000 PRACTICING DENTIST, Flounces, CORLEY,
point. of the social circle in which she carry moved and every June 27, 67.. 26 1 co ...' .. .. .. ". 2.0 X1 TALLAHASSE Foulard silk Flounces.
looked brIgit when she came She carlbecame every a member eye- S prizes of .. 1,000 are. ,. .. 3,000 FLORIDA. I Double skirted Marquise Flounces: tpgclh with a Attorney at Law
of the M. E. Church In Just Received from N. Y. 8 . 500 are . 2,500 December 27, 1856. 52 beautifu; assortment of Linen Cambrics in dress TALLAHASKE FLA.
which communion She breathed ,
4! ..._,IBM._ ADoai. w. uiree. yean aner_ _ncr marriage- BOB_. -lost her I A FEW 1000 of those.iustlv. celebrated H. SE- 100 . 100 are. . 10,000 -A LARGE lot just received patterns, white printed and Polka spot Brilliantes, 0
teath! 11. I 1_00__ Kn ara. .. a (1M CIGARS printed Percales in great varietv kc. &. tc. Jazrnaryl7,1857.lj 0
In a ra nfe and contained to decline,until the bee- GARS. - -- vvvv : byMCDOUGALL ,
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tie precnnor her husband 72 Approximation Prizes .. .. 3,760 do liUTl' It DENH.tUL -
proclaimed to and Mend iU orwftil HOBBY.
-A L8 O-
3000 prizes of$30 oooo March 14, '67. 11 Anderson Peeler
mtelllgence. had IU March 67. 12
ConsnmptioK placed signet upon A few dozen GERMAN BITTERS. 21. ,
her; and altboogh the suffered much,while the fflnalve na- -
tare of her disease seemed to promise recovery, she patiently June 27, 57. BUTLER 26Sheriff's A DEMHAM. 8286 Prizes amounting to .. 215,260 RICHARD BRADFORD Opening of the Season Attorney and .Counsellor _at LavE'

submitted to its ravages,indulging hope of recovery,end Tickets $10 1 Halves 5; Quarters 2 60. BONNETS SOLICITOR IN EQUITY ,
TtaloM of enjoyment legitimate,to al that renders life agree ATTORNEY AT LAW ;
able and health a Mewing But the spint of even this trou.llsd Sale. Small Scheme Draws Every SaturdayBank Head Dresses French Flowers, ,I NEW PORT FLORZJLLJ1LLPactice .
: dream was broken by divine appoinUnenL Her lovely virtue of a writ of fieri facias iraned from the TALLAHASSEE, FLA. \ In the Courts'oftbeMlddfe Omtf
intaat aroond which her maternal affection had so closely BY office of Leon Circuit Court Middle Circuit Notes of sound Banks taken at par. (Office in the Poet Office ing.) Rushes, Ribbons, Blond EdgIngs T T Special attention paid to CoUeetbr. .

elostered and the object of her aUeplMS vigilaaee was of Florida,wherein the Urnoo Bank Florida U Checks on New York remitted for prizes. I My. 3. ,'67. 21 &e., &o. March 21.,'67. 12 -
Address orders for tickets
Certificates of Packages .
k11lhed ba 4ea11. and Joseph A..Braden M defendant I have -
Happllylhe had faith la God, and the plaintiff Bonnets trimmed,
Mow was lightened by the aaturanoe that though nipped In levied. and will expose for tale at public out cry Tickets to 200Bbls. Assorted Flour. MOURNING FLOYD & HLIJAiD
the bud of earthly existence,it would bloom In amarantliia to the highest bidder, on the first Monday in August ANDERSON A SON Managers, .
bsstty la the light of the Eternal Ttron Scarcely had ah* 1867 between the utttal boors of sale before the Maooa or Savannah Ga. fTK BBLS. Plant's and extra Crape and Straw Bonnets trimmed Attorneys at ZaV.T ,
Courthouse door in the of the follow fjf Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Winter Crape TTLL practice ia the Circuit
TaUabasae Courts'
resumed her composare ere the anaqancemeiit that she too i city | 0 75 Extra St.Louis White and Block '" C of Middle'
Manager, will send them to us for payment. hraOda.JII frames f T and West "
*Mt prepare to meet feer God saMed her ear. But BOW al- ing land to-wit: Tb NE4ofaec.1lT1.R1S& O" Superfine. Plain Straw and tothq Supreme Court
10 the divine prcianiee Game 10 bar aid; "My presence shslj W.containing 160 acre* more or less May 80, :7. 22Don't i Hair Neapolitande.Flat of the State. Also fa fEe District Court of.the UaT-1.

towUk the," which banished the fear she had previously Levied upon as the property of said defendant and The above will be sold low for CASH and CASJ on- I Bloomers, Gipsies Shaker Hood Infant ted States,in the Northern Dtstricjt of Florida.

Wertained of toalh"I thought said she I would be afraid to be sold to satisfy writ according to law.H.T.BLOCKER,8h. Read This IT, and in lots to dealers and retailers at reduced prices born, Ceburg &c. &C. Leg R.J. FLOYD. Office Apalachwola, 1"la.

10 die Jw_*B lbs Urn COM,but I am Dot.Oh lIMN will be a by D. C. WILSON. Head Dresses unsurpassed for style and D.P.HOLLAND, Office Qaiaey.. J'1&
Joyous JDCdbIc with lay ekhd and mother in heaven." This June 27. 57. 26-4f OH, DON'T' !IIWE May 23, '67. 21 Ribbons of the most exquisite designs in great variety variety Dec.22. 186S'. 81

'.. timid,frecae.*m rtaHd.sister was traaqmP and tearless John Bull's have just received from New Orleans, Per black and white Rushes, narrow, medium and 0 0
*tew dissolution,far she had ft* peaee and presence ofthe CompoundFLUID Schr. Wm. R. P ttit, and New York Per Bacon and Flour. Jf wide, Blond Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all other articles WILLIAM S. DILWORTH,

IChriaUaa's God. Here .wasf BO rstful ferverish excite- EXTRACT Bark It. H. Gamble, a large and well selected >f\ BBLS.Flour, 10 half do. appertaining to this department of a Ladies Attorney and! Counsellor at '
meal, aU Law
BO wandering or atton cf mind but the calm sour.Ige toilet BUTLER DENHAM. .
,the Ir'a&JdaI trusting of 101II and body to God who was OF SARSAPARILLA, STOCK OF GROCERIES.ALSO uu 4 Hhds. Bacon Sides March U, 57. 11 MONT1CELLO. FLORIDA. 0

UOirist reconciling the veed unto himself, and like Peter Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock Yellow And 4 BBLB. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. .
he was ready to go orerth vianJ1 ride .she we ready toh.p Dock Dandelion,pore Honduras Sarsaparilla and WJoes Brandies Landing from the Pettin, and for sale by Summer of 1857. WILL practice b the Courts of the Middle Ctr ..

oat upon the boundless sea, tb* aboreIeaI ocean, Uk Wild Cherry Bark,is the meet potent BLOOD Puam- Syrups Cigars ðe MoNAUGHT, ORMOND I.e tooklag out oath*fading g orie.of a setting urn, with za in the kuown world For the cure of Scrofula Subscribers are determined after this date to April 18, '67. 16 WHITE mention every description among Uarch22,185 12-1 j
abandon the :
system seHing goods on a CREDIT. we.
bright aaUdpeZiona of a glorious morrow. She looked oat 0
Rheumatism Gout Dropy, and all Chronic Diseases
frottmecrnmbltegrnlMofthefmlangUbernacIeonthesnnHoflifa For Cask or Country Produce 10-4 and 11-4 AUendale Sheeting LON :&. GALBRAITH
it ha DO equaL Gloves Hosiery & Hdkfs.LADIJS" Pillow Case Linen, ,
,wkfl Ote bow eovmant mercy spanned the vtl1noldetkHgiitmgB5luglooia we will at any tim be happy to serve our easterners ,,Misses Gentlemens', and Boys'Hose 8-4 and 10-4 Counterpanes ATTOSNKTS AT LAW,TAXXABAUXX FLA
via anticipated glories i, A Mediciiu to be handtd down to posterity at a blet with goods of every description at a small advance half Hose t Cambrics, Jaconets &J.B.
Promised to be revealed within to At Human faaiUy. above New York and MA.LONO G1LBRA1TH have aaeoei.'
the Jasper walls Jerusalem ting New Orleans :. If -you Buck, Thread and Lisle Gloves, Plaid Muslin, in the .

<7t*klga front her eenaelooa duet would,though arise ttia aa;:worms fanperlskabla desJroyed strnctare her body a, Great Internal & External Stand doubt, Corner it, come Monroe and try ns and, at Jeft'enooStreets.J. B. Gamble's Old English Twilled, Silk and Linen.Cambric. Hdkfs. Paris will attend the Cotrrtsfo the 'Middle practice drcotX&eSDvpreme of Law. TUt ,

Landing Sampson and for sale by Swiss"Embroidered Courts aod the
per District Cooris'of the TJaite "
glorious body,meet fell d lier; I-,1 BROKAW RHODE
etlCf for !Immortal Bh McNAUGHT. ORMOND & CO. Swiss Maslia.BRILLIANTES States at Tallahassee. 0. 0 0
nag apoU a.aneraIlr 0 bet r.&JMrta famIIr;exporting and entnevtaHcavea. DB. JOHW BULL'S ,filffGla c&'AIN May SI, '57. 51-tf April 48/67.' 16 Office opposite the Court House.
0'.a4._ .
Iii Tber wunoUd to ear aM ioQowiajf dtataaes,to-wit:- -' Plain and October t8. 18U IT -
psce beta of the few love brig $ eTIdesess gtv-otu. dliUngakhtag Cholera Bowtl Ctxaplabta, Dytaotary, Weak StomMb.G Livery and Sale Stable. SPRING, & SUMMER Frilled long fancy Cloth Marseille, 0 '

lest BteexkorUdlwrhMMadtolfvc tnt i*dosing empower scenes ofttli of GG1pC16I1aI..*arfliiy thai pDgrlmags.was saaol- Chills aod tMnlI r vef>kliIttjIiTcr,)Rhmimatitm: Obepkntt fa its wont, Dyspepaia bra,seBor THE that be givea no- w ;J... ..GOOD&_ f _' Patent Plain Crinolin and plaid, NIn.O.kLMULI.8 French.. :Flowers 1 .

He..e,gar her onrreelabdnf E ekOd chrlstata ker Utfto and meet boy tote tor Tere A.iD the'J"ftu", Pthlie;&tia.s, ..,Painter'sOali Want 01 chased the Livery Stahl._ ._ i HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE ARTIFICIALS. :AC' AC.DY ;

kmearevkb apeciaJ charge to Mag Us fer God aadlaapag twsom Tallahassee,together with the Muslin Cambric Express r.have rtoeiVecL a beantiful assertJL -* .
ap ;Rd dlMA.rn,1rma., Caoe r. ,Are Stock of Bands do. Swiss do,
now receiving
1heu her vas, -Con*, blemd Lord Paaaow food will of the establWBBen, and that be is nowpreteeITyoothebaneMinsfl a Large French Colon French >, meaaJl&hiabon.MMdIllttr Y rJa from, '" :
Tmnor w or sets boysOoUars, .
14&J ready.aa4.._Issssd sway te Ilejoys otlln Lord.- Erfl Scarlet" Ferer, 'aid'aH psJci and fAebea,in Its lunches SPRING AND. SUMMER GOODS. Ladies and Gentlemen L.- amb'e Handkerchief, .the latest European ':mpoctatks.j __._..?,.'. '. ,
Ii the with markef .
7&vse 41rin4a III the Lour.(* sirdiotntiu whatever ; nil vmdh haI' ana promises poblio good. acoommodatloQSin Embracing every imaginable style of Bar-bordered B.S. and Emb'd Handkerchiefs .BtJTLE& JI4.1 ; -
"the sppear Us itna oo rimtmuthlff terras. March i4 157 0 "'
lIke -.II" 1'el. her 4bgcrdz, II Caine, LADIES' PRESS GOODS Viz 't Seal VaJ..Laeift 4e Ao &. ; 11 r. '. 0
bIaeae4 beta; = $ ,,and n- -- RICHARD SAUNDERS.N. : ; 0 ," ."foI'.JII:>
= Ikd.lmr.4vs: J.. '. Eo. tared more. that Urn than ill'other aimi-. .'B- JtmeeT. Herrinjr'is. my dnly authorized LACKS,.MASTUU, @CAXTS, ROBES, MUILIX, f BUTLER' A DE5HAM.- 0 "to__. -.t"j t

Jar -. eombbijeL.'Of:. ale at .Da. JemBCIX'J agent,and has entire oootrrt of the hoahtfisa, repreeeotne I SILK, Bonnnnp,,*c., *CiA ,. Marchl4'fi7 ,11Vexmifagds Grocerifia.BBLS.BUGAlL . t ;

= $t JI, "t. York.l'Bamparilla_! _Df*_ci- j in .'LuukrrOl. 0 and Hew .me-as- fullr* as"if WCH4BDBAUNDEB3.Sep. I was personally. present,. !large lot of Boy.Clothjoir! ] 2 8 2OsaehCOP7 ." ,Cf": rlii..". ,t, .'"::.' ..!, T.

.* Drloha'BuivT 6,1850.. 0 86 A Urge lot ofMens' Cia&ing /0 Pf\ DOZEN FaboMtocks Vjfraifcsm,. DauerJ9ot&et4Cr; ."lf1l ,
PAET OF sz HARES., % -Boot,, Shoes, Hat; and Cipj, > OU 4.8" UeLue &_ >' 0 &u...Tlseca :w {<; .$ '7 0 0

1- .- Coznpoud rldodiJ Of Wi1c1.c&.naeeriai* erebThtut Boot tod Shoes. i And flrarr oilier; artlcla of E.rthEs. suitable '0 Strf '.Jayne .'-. 0 .- 'f ...,. ... .
for 0 ct and J ,. i. Cur this market 14 1'slSh fcr Worms, .. ,-" : .
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Z O. :"..... .AJ..LIV: r. .J.J.L MOM'assotocnt, landing' per UJ&tie .5&nto&5W7D3. Beec1. Oil M' ml*lor. .
U. aLz. .= Offices'Louisville.and, New,York.- and for &Js by McKAUGHT, ORMOND itSI HODGKISS- SCOTT & POOLE. 0 "AXES. 'LIVELY. -- r"1oN.&UullT OmlOJllD' ", .
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Th Eferidiaa & Journal 'rilE. MOSTVSFFUL, MOST PERPRCT P. B. BriOKAW'S. Important to Ironsekeopcrs c* THOMAS' TOTE, Dr. ikoIrANB

If OSt f OXMSE! I r


thtn: the IJtfct 2Tvblixhtd Tin Wares takes in informing the cihiena
In T' I 'JJ E would JnJ pleasure
At Two DOLLARs per annum, H : Proprietor that lie is
WteHy. Patent Air-Tiglit Tulluhassee and the surrounding country,
: form \\-\i\ fi fend* and the '
vholt One DoUor *fi _: liis rebuilt hi now prepared ,to wait (n nil that wish to patronize LIVER FILLS
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. The onlg o Year. -i public, that: he _ d ,
> prurrviiiy />' % AV////.T a> also tenders his thanks _
him in his line of Ixuinev. He
less first insertion /"< REATEST. DISCO V Eli Y of the Presen JVjT l-irjje: Biick Stiblej", nt t-! r>M $t-ind, and j is nowprepared CA3i'.fi
One square of 12 lines, nr $i 00 11'infrr L'f. This article soixteruiveIv to his friends and the public generally for the very Two of tha be. Pr p rAtian>of
_ a ach ul .qoentProfestlooal 50 Cuntnry tif Detecin J to acc"inii'oi'ae his triendu nnd PIIJ.IOMH.TS u=cd in I he Eat! at.1 I N.*rtli,, ni States ln.t seaon. liberal with which he has heretofore been tk A-

au J Business Cards inserted at $10 per COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES. He I ;.h-.' lots attached to hi-- Stables a jjoiul [5icksiiitli will be intrtHhiC'-ii! to thf viz( *n of Tallahassee and favoipd piitronace and he hopes that a continuation of tbe same
Shop, \vla-re) he iv ill have have il the nnilersiirncil I who tii' not
.annum.Advertsements sum umii'iZT coonirv by : row
.4 Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, and <'ii woik. I II hi'i. hiiehi !. nid: Cart igc tvotk in will be granted him.lie recommended -
marked with number of
not the iiilit manufacture in this for
I ll le oxcln'ive ; ti I vmciiuty will constantly keep on band a full supply of all
insertions trill be continued until forbid, and charged Exhibiting sit a frhuice( every Counter- "a. It i is o'ily neics-sory to cull nod l sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of Lis as Universal
foil in ircu'ation J p.tds.N.vpnhl..r:
accordingly.J2f" ex.ui'iiie t tht'T jiiiiclw nnd the reconiniottdniion" of Iron
line A full assortment ,
of business.
.I Certificates of publication of le nl or estate Arranged tn ndmimb'y.aiI DETECTION th.-it REFERENCE isEASE I-i.j S.; 185 44 the peions wlm have us-d them to l be convinced il.atthfT Sheet L ad ; Lead Pipes; SheetZinc; CisUns Pumps, Cure-alls, but simply for

notices trill not be given until the advertising f ce is Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, are the best mo=t ?niple nnd economical, article and n great many other articles too numerous toTnen-

paid. INSTANTANEOUS; fur the ptrp-: *.% ever offered lo the public. They run tion. what their
CS' No Index to exaaiiiie No pies to hnr.t. Kupl For Sale by I B. Drokaw.tt l he n ed by the niost unskilful person, without the TO BUILDERS. purports.

I But tn simplified and arra'iged. that the Cfl / I UE Sul>9ciil,erha juQt t received a sti;'l) test rif k of failure. Tin* and Tin Conducting .
BLACKSMITHING Roofinp, Guttering, Copper
Merchant Banker aud,Business Men can Sell al tit p. : JL very lartre: f>npf>ly of Carriage fg" Purchasers tire supplied with a circular contniiiini ic. all of hicb to do in the most
w promises
Glance. wIt il Rntrsie! ?. and !Harness which Le oli'orsfnr ; full ami ieiiibJo liitci, '.ns !or put I in< tip fruits Pipes < thebett The
stvle and
wnrk-mnn-like and material
mITE firm of BROKAtf & ;-ile on the mnt reasonable term11. arid tonitnc. in these Cans. pljicin thy whole process manner and VERMIFUGE/
shortest notice most reasonable terms
1 FITTS having been diso- hns taken yeai to make perfect this O November I 18. 1 18S4. -15 conveii'i-ntlv within the reach of every housekeeper. on in
been encoded for the last eight
-r i Vet!, the iindereisjned notifies bis A hir snjiplv I't f th -'e C.ins will !,.. constantly kept Having years expelling Worms from
GREAT this he thinks it to
business recommend
DISCOVERY. MILES NASH 6c CO. nt place unnecessary
that he has in t.iit' Persons wishing to upply themselves should
nn.l the
_ old customers public generally, further the
to regards
himself public as the
made arrangements with; D. C. Wilson by which betakes Tlie nrsent necessity f-r such wok lin* l l"n? i.j j Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. apply i>iniedl.ilely.; its tl-e ft nit ee'c.',. hnr fit hand. his capabilities as a any mechanic but at the same time he human system, has
under the becii fvlt by Commercial It All Crt's sold mat'e by the nndcrfik'ned and
Liui has Iiet'ii arc warranted
men. pubIishcd -
the oecupkd by ,
sbvp formerly "TUST received fn-in KVw York per bark R. II. Oamj assures nil that lavor him tfitL a call, good work and also been
firm of : t<> supply the cijl foruch .1 Preventive, {Lnnd Mf. Wil. P SLUSSER.Sliiy administered
sioiKTal i'itiipiit uf aitides in line.
bV. ;in our
n cheap prices.
nce(''s but t he known to Ijc.P.itriiz.t. uB ; Jl, 183C.:; 22
H. B. Fitts & Co It doc nmrc than Irns Univi-iilly lu-cn: Fin-has1 OiN! vi nlm-'rt l c\cry kind, Burnii-ff, Flui i. Having removed from the old sf-.nd formerly known with the
; ever atIeIIIptV.d \\ hite Lead, Zinc an I "tin r ji.-ihi*. Window f;!:. of !II as White nil 'work done in by men. C7 It deccribei Batik
and is nv prepared to execute Ncte DiiTe'rviit every I'i.-t t iji--ilry.I : 1 Piittv.I Biu-ei!: I IVtr.-b. So ill ljree Liiiu.es results animal
business viz : various
tbeir line nf : to
(tcl.ilin-.Loiidou. Mi.stanl. 1'unrli Brandv! (very be.-t.) i if. tF j'ltzaji'Z7"E nro prepaied to furnish Piano on oil his friends. THOMAS WHITE.

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing EXULLSII, FREXCII AXD GERJfA. .
_I 191 Carriages and Btq i\( Thus Each may r ad tlic sime j iu hs; wn X.itive Inks. Qui'iinJViir.iin I ha i k. F'l'id Extract 1llrhJn.t | ujwi the most liberal term'. subject to Worms.

c gies, Plantation trurk of \> Jfccry Tongue.TFRMS -('.. te nn.l :> general ;av 'ttnu'tit of Pupclar Patent They are Cf-cond to: none iu any country cither as SLUSSEE, .
lie pipcr will W' r.bout C8 bv 42 Mi'dieiieVe! $ k'-ep ni>im but the Ttry best and to nullity or pricu.L.cry The LIVER PILLS for

discription, inches niivlvi1l contain the must Perftct Lank hope to nu-rit your Instrumeutwill be wnrrnntsd.S1ILES '1i. ,

Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing IT'agons'and Nuta I.it 1)ijlJt(1. p.itronagc.illLES NASH, i CO. NASH & CO.Fitrtinry2. MAMKACTUREII or CorrERTix AND SHEET the cure of LIVER CPM-

Cars, Together with the rate of Discount.: Mau-h 20. 1S3C. 18 1S5B. 8
and iu fact other discription of worli made of a PLAINT all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
Iron and Steel all of which we WARRANT and pledge All the Prirafe Bankers in America. Corn and Cob Crusher cLiIiI1e,51rl'1. :: IN ,

ourselves to execuU it lie shortest notice. A Co.nplcte Surumaiy: of the Finance of Europe (-1 RANOEIl'Spittn! Corn and C b Crusher I'k.r rt'eeiv..h 000 OL.VCIS Si111)lI ( tiiin' WARE. SICK HEADACHE

H. B. FITTS. nnd Ameiiei wib l Ie piib'i.-hod in each eii.ti '"3 .: hive? t.-ikr-n ilm AL'encv for the sale of these. FU !) Firr: ISraiitl, together with! n L'ri-if vmietyf SJovc IJend-Qunrfor?

- Feb. 14,1617. 7 ly ':i, together will all tLc Important tie-vvs of the 2 p.r'.r Ci.h) Cru.-l.rrs. uneqraled. ; it ii sii.l to any in > put e ('hi-ini.-il: AMES A LIVELY. ; !_ ft SPLENDID assortment ofCooking Parlor &c.Purchasers. -

day. Also ?j tie C'' i-try. A t t'ck of inesCnsl.ei, Q. Mill 'K- on A pi ilS. IsSfi. Uoil. .t and Wood Stows, trimmod with neatness

.- Notice. INTERESTING STORIES hand e.u'iv; ti is e lining Fall. Piice l ii vrv low. c"iii .-. and durability, at reduced puces. will please

i lt"ii: i. rf-it s.ivi-! in fi.t.:1: J-15 $55; ?G5 each: Olive .
S 1/TTMIE undersigned ln s made nrrr.nxements with II Fron an Old Manuscript for.nin] the Et. nn-1 Out Dior Work.Roofinp. .
for these i/.l I Prices Lnifoin thri>i: l. iit the count be
JL B. Fitts to take charge of his Blacksirith Shop no where vise Li, l Le lound. It lids never vet np- C) r.FOI SUPERIOR article for Table 'lapS .JtIst re- Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering. Cop particular to* ask for
further ril! aiul inline for
iirici'.i''S: ex youre1v..oso
I and bands, and solicits. fi>r the new firm, the patrou- reared in piiut, aud furnWics the Most Co.-KpK-le! W I | tuck fjr leaiii\L-3. .t cc-ived b/ AMES i LIVELY. per ami Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet
a a a >
age of Lis old cu-tomcrs. D. C. WILSON. Hi-tory of 2 p.ion s.i2j D. LADD. April 5. 28S6._ li_ Zinc. Lend Pipes. Patent Ci'tern Pumps. SLop erk Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -

Feb. 14.1857. 7::::ly I ORIENTAL LIFE Hvliich Xewpo-t.! Juv! 5;, ISSft.: 27 Flower Jars. of every variety done at short notice.
DEIJTISTEY.DK. necrilcd the Meat I rplexir' : ii A LAI7': ;n n'-r-itment of FLiwcr J.ir, vniioi'* Si- City si ml Country IMcrchnnts and

the L-idies and U ent1en- n (f tL. t Countrv: I One 45 Saw Gin, i JL zt\ Just received aud for s.i'c! l.vAMESt Are respectfully invited toghe mo a call befoie par LIVER PILLS
T. J. CUB LEE have bt en s-i tii f.-ini.l. Th-sc Storiei( willfi'iitiuue .J LIVELY. chasing elsewhere.2T prepared by
-Y'or: :. SALE I -eeond hand.. (JIN of above size h.is
"TT TILL continue in future, the practice t>f DENT throughout; t tlic T lii l< venr, and will I ** 1. Arril 5. 1'tR.;' I Jt c: N. B. All articles manufactned from the very
been I to irin SO bn1-! Cotton and
T TISTKY. iu South Gloria, and Middle ndEastFloiid.i. I J>Milw Most iiutcrt. iniu:' e\ir 'cffeied to tI.<1' 2 nrIy n-e itsrLIb.1 Lest material und warranted durable. No other anti .flRim
l'i s n'.m! l">v t.IcNAUt
He !has Hd several \vais pr.-ietic.il experience PublicC5T"-. : 11T OT1MOXD i CO. 'r1
in the profession, the !last tin c< of which) has Funn hel 'Veckly t.> Subcribcr o'.lv al October 20, 1855. 42
?. T.... 45 A ROC SUPPLY of I.idi.-i! Rubber Ipliin.r.f?
been in th"se sections f wintry., Ills voik j ii of tl.e $1 a year. All ItiUr is.nt beait-in eti to \\ 1
.. : t tl.UO! Ji'vl fniir ply.' Wiiruintcd fully equal SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
most be.iuttfjl :jJ durable chi acter nnd eatisfacUua Jt'liX} S. DVE.: Bn.ker. H While Pine LIFE INSURANCE.
Lumber. I 75 in f.tct cnn-i I.
t7u : >1) Lusher. :u. p r c Mit tli'-jipcr :
is guaranteed in evesy >at.-inre. Publi.h.t r.nl I l p.pri.-fnr.! rred f' ili'-- who tiit-d theB Leathir THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO Pa. and take
All communication* ??nt tj Jloiiiieello Fla., will Wall irtct. N'ew Vcik. CA ?? FEE r vri.Jte! Pipe Lu-nber. n. orM.i.U chit., ; i i\o ) snpeiinrto no

receive attention asseou as pievious eiigageeuts M.-u-h 21 1. m?. Ji'-lv .:. :a!'! i IICvbin: i JKker l Sa-h :and l ]B.iii 1 .M-i-! All -i2f*. lioin 4 to I 11 liiches t ije. con'tsmtlyMih.m.lby ACCrMfL.VTED C flTAt.$1,000,000.

will permit. I ki-i*. or J.i Uk-ra U'o'k. :X-.i: i-itni.'irli a lot for file D. LAD!). r'MllS Company i i'sis policies ou the lives of other as there are various
1 or-. iicN A U<;I1T: ORMOND EW
whole- of life ON THE; MUTUAL SYSTE1I. other
Nus. S. 'SO. -15 5Livervandaie period preparations
Town for Sale. now
nElIEcEs: : Property Dividends declared to the'insured on policie> issued

llos. J. Sir-ORa ) PRlTOKIOUS Stable '' un.kr-1.rte.i: l l oiTiMS at piivate sole, the fi llowJL for life.J'LINT before the

Hox. P. E. LOVE Tti1fl3v1.1e, CLio. JOhN in.r K'-cril"'il I propi-itv. knowri ii"tlie.Jr.i\i3 i Lots, FUEEUAX, Actuary.-MORUM FSAMCLIX, Pres't public, purporting

] W. S. Iztwonra. ) rj'1 i I. IflCI( .inIi givt.. Iho- viz : L-tsN--. :i'S.? 7.t': 43. 140. 141. 143. 143, I
Montice., Fla. MERCHANT TAILOR j i.I.i.2SO.. '.4 1. C5? Applications received in Tallahassee by to be Vermifuge
E-. W. 11 HAMILTON lii'i- tl:1t l hi has purii 144. 2'iiJ27. 215. 2.1t, 244 245,

IIo, J. C. Mc acE. J Fin. Dealer in Ready Made ncthis! ? anl:! ; I3iL. cha-t-d! tinLivery Stab.f:' JLL 2SS.jC!; 2of>. 2i-', :.>::. -!:iL 25S. 257.: 258. 26?, all January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. and Liver Pills. All

COL B. C. 1'wi. !!;:! : 11 Xe-isn'n. itiT-ill.-ih.i.-.e.-t ti'jetlier Vdilh. ths | in the original pl.iu
OEX. M. WHIT JJMITH. Al'igator, Fla.t GntcDen's:: FcraJshiaj Coo s, i Ud ui'l' n''il.e estali irhuienr. :ii-i: ti.it ho is n.\v -ATU- AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.

the .. J t} a1 i CAl'lTAL.?50(.,100. others in comparison
le ia t. ?
N. B.-DK. Cra Lrci.i uinry during -- -- II ; cr11 rv : in ;': ,
Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 1, *, I fi, 7, in 3. Coun'y qr.
latter part vi the! irtseut.voek.. I an. r.o-j- rrcriri.i? ;//;/ l'aIaid T7j'rr :;;q). \ atid jiio' i: e< tli,' ji-b 5c w ith >od ac--ij um .Jatioii* rr lIE undersigned, Agent of the above Company,

Aptii3.; '57. 17 r.i l hs; !iL: on) tcJ. .''ia'ii' ti'itnUICIIA t )-'. -ALSO- JL will receive applications fur and make insurancenainct with Dr. MCLANE'S, arc

ply of Cfalhs, L'assimcrrs, Vfsiit, 4.c., t \ R D S A U N D E RSX. Lot N..?. 4. vi. is. is. IB. ::. 2.5. so, 40, 43, eiiVJ. I Il. loss by Fire. <-n Brick and Frame Buildings,

Notice.ETTER3 Ever Color : 15 i 1-nn = 1'. I II'Miii-j I is inv tl'ilv authorized! iii. the South. J Coi.-nty: iju.trler. F'urniture.Merchnn'Jize,
:! Slylc and Quality, a. ejit. ai:i I hi* eniiie control of the l 'i-ifie reprc 'Ihe I aliove JeMMibed property formeirv helnr, *e.ItoO'v. January 10. 1856. 3 B. C. LEWIS.lVln .

[ rTadiu5niti.iti'>a haviiij been "ranted S .ntin liu :.S fjliy lid if I -vn | "!..-Iiy |i--F .-nr. ; Pri'Wn. Fi-r ftiitln-r t iuf-rm I'ion and I tern**, The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
to me on the I i-t day of June. A. D. $57. by | ishich I an prcparci to znlcc up in the ;nLfaYiiozc 1lClIA1I) SAIcDEIts.; whii-h will 1 he iiSirrtLappiy? to A.Perry maker, Esq Syrups, &c.

the lion. J.ir1e v( Probate (.r tl.o oou ityf Lii.. ,' sye, o't s2r! rn-'licc S-p f..l .-. :3T"TfJVrTlf ti Atloniey ut Law, Tali.iha.-re.! : Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, and Liver
State cf Florida, Port Old P.Tt Juice
Qrtw'rn. decteti. it&tr.t diglitt r (.1 tIle 1.tte. Ibtriy AND REASONABLE! TERMS! ; LTr.til soIJ, tie ab'-ve pr.-j-i-itv will be for r-nt. ilruk-ira, Brandy Chenie Pills be tad
: ,
::13. Croorn, .-dI debts and doniiud <>f what* >cver i.-i- ALSOA / Sugars. A. PERRY LAKER.Fcbruatv Sardines can now at
-I cf tlie .si 1 lit-ririctta M LI. 1.t, ti. in..ke .. 1u. nsS Sheiry
tare ag.-iiRt the estate f ryCr i. : .1 S 1C. 185..* 7-tf
rn. deera'c l, whieh sh-il! nit lie exVili-te-i! t' me LAI: \x!) WILL: sci.icnii 5 ronu or j eti ti.. tli. :ui t. 4tIId r w iii, 'It .- Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved" Quinces, ail respectable Drug
Extracts Pears
ai ftdministr.ttor aftirtsnid wihin two e.-irsr.s JTItciibed -- READY-MACE CLOTHING k-lj an I Sjjivirh *:nokiis': TOIJACVO( nt ih-'Dr-i,' Cod Liver Oil. Fl-ivoritur Yeast Powders Tamarinds ,

by the statute >f the State of Fi.niJ.-i! iu tuch Si-Tt-of AilE'i i LIVELY. Stores.
'11.ES1I i PURE 'fthe 0-k-hrated! "Brand Ue Olives
if ,. SpanMi Spices.C.rrm ,
rrnnt j'l1l
case triage and: pn vi ieJ tL-ill furettr afterv.-aiil Le rv : f'r :9 iG. 4'U 1

barred an I L-.Uee is hereby giveu ttt all -reiiiios<. < ;x-h M Cl'i-ihs! Tain: .*, r.N.Ve>t Pai.t..
._te44.; 1 t. 't.'I" -.. !i \ili IK- ,\\ift ..-.i i r ut i-'W iiiici ?. 1000 Picccn of Y/nli Papering.IT I P.rjt.. l-v AMES & LIVELY WnrceM'rsi)5re Sauce, Safad; Oil,
F ; : Ali lav' !"t. f PSl ii-l F.fi-\ ; i 1.ii5, 1iI. 14 En iit-L .Mustard, Caper, CO WOOD ST., PrrrsBunon, PA.
I si} 1
biire-l the tC'i'.brs
I tu-r e1'zs .iu 3t-: -ni will be at anti jj Un.J.i.-J.iit.t C S'fH-k 11.,-i..v.: ,( ,' .-. Tl Char et, CV'i-oa, 1 Solo Proprietor.
rtttr.I cf the .tioi fi.iT-.1- e. : | 4 '! i''r ;i'i.h qi t'it' \ 1Jar: Carpeting and Hearth
.cilt !kii! I'l_ tlinri'll'! Ii OT-Jit will i ...,-u't Drugget, A3IEJS & LIVELY.
'" btr tLr.f. iiils cxtiti1 w i1.jt tb ; : a : <- tl.oir i ir :,,.i Su4.J. 1 I !!.
"GEOIIGE'A. ciiooM. Aimfr.JuTieC. >*vn rierotiv"? tri liiij ru a ;i c.dl. ii. s ll ihiiJt;iv< ;*rticlef 'MC'DOU?;ALL .t IIOUUY.v. ugi. Jnnuniy o, 1656. SCOVIL.tlEAO.No. .

7. :3-Z-n t h.ive F,.- -n **- *-*- -. *'*Ii i <;r".i if -iio. 111! v.'it'i I u >- 15. 1'5 4 FINE LOT nr'w eN two and three Ply Voii 1 1C.irpetiiiLf. Corn 31111 in Use. I ii. Charters St. New Orleans,

spi-ci.il jew ti ;' .-; .. i: i. 1' ; liic.1: ct.Ote11rI L- Al*'. a fiW pces VVm.1 nra1 j CottniiI Most Approved General Wholesale ace'it fr the Southern States, tnh"in

Notice.L i IS, ;y-4'2 I >., an.l tine hearth Rii.ja and! Diujj ut, for rale ri;l.t -1 A A OF the most approved LANIEH CORN a'l orJeis must be addressed.
A. B. ULAllK1 D. LADD.Xev.p.it. 11/U MILLS f.-r salt I by the Subscriber. These J Sold bv Ames ETTHTiS of aJminiiirntJon hi.viru bcen Zrati..lt l at N'.u-b A"C .. Tallahassee. Fl J. S. M. DTnK-n
GARDEN SEEDS O.-t. IS. l :nrt. 42 Mills? Live,been for1 some time in use through) this re I Iiri"t ;
) me 'n the 1st
Jade of iVitite J'T :'u? county .>f Leo:', State of ', ( [ O'.VT1I Or l". fi.vojl ;. I (;tod1 H.tal'.t. "Circular! Sa'.v iviill Agency.IC i>f.icti'in ritilin: with ease 40 bushels and the rise | lertt d', Wauket-nuh ; MuseU' A P >pe. MadironPalmer

Florili. on the estate uf William Heery Cr.-oni. deceised in tire with Us tl.tn the & Bro_ Jlontic-Uo. S. Pulesen. M .utirelloft'
day, ; ordinary cm
1 1 1all
E: \ the att'-'i'n>n of >ur (; i-yil* nn-1 power applied -
sfar.t 'm 4f the Ute Hardy B. Cr.< mi. ail \\ the politic ti'-iit-r i I Ir, tootir Laige ai.d! ] i\ : i ivt ined has the az'ncv fir the sale "fI to it. 11n- maker furnishes u hand! to put it up; R. gers t C".. llal-w-chee: B-dlzell 4VMjt
present \V. J lt ii.-k's Circul.r S.w Hill!*. .
-. debts and demands whatsoever nature ajainst the ; : In'j-.ved : and warranted to satisfaction. on. Marianne ; Jrrn.'Uinifc Zekler. Bainbrulge. Ga.D.
estate (,sail Wei. Henry CnKiin, deceased Lich wfl self.-te.l Ats'-nii-e! t f : in p.rr "f J rpri] :tr.-l! En ii'i Cl..t1.! *, CV.-i: i iIlKH' ci'iii'i.-t-n.: 'f! tLrteiz.. S f'>r 42. 48 a.d 52 or 54 iich8.1'AS. : Call tvery aol examine one them at give perfect D. LADD'S.Apiil II. Dickinson, Buinb *Jt'e ; E. Seiias,TLomasTill
mid. V.l ofli! .lo I of '! I ei' quid; Tlie.itCirrt.lars !l. b.st in
fLall uct 1* cxl.ibHcd to me fl adiii.istratr: afre FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. ::: 'i | fit' iir ( ; : dwidcdly : <- n.e, 21. 1855. 16 j.i.

I tai J withb two years as prescribed by the etat ite c-f (| iv.liiih he i- | repaiv! 1 to n..iiiif.iCti., t.. older on h,ivn i-\i-ril. I iuipruveirunta i.vpr tho l liiitC' t'r arty }February. 1S5T. 8-13-

the Stite c f Fi'rida. sn sub case made a-id providdil, i Our Seed arc pr.cnr'.4 from .1 C"M C'imite. and tL: m..-i nri'-i.a'tle' ti rm? :n 1 i-i tl..- i.i.'t [ other P.itt-nt in is..-. ..TI.e"st i r.t.rot Oi), *3511, ORANGE SPRING
C. Pel'1t2.ItIy will I fl'HiiMi the better in a w:.mii oi.e, I '
liall f->rev -r nfiemard be laire-i ; and noti-e is here- FASIIIOMABLT IVTANNEH aol ?-0! PT "mioijainf.ac'f'r'lintt i extracarriuge, .4rn Es ctXj1ve1y
a'l cred IcziteeH and xrsonsnl i- ; pr.rli nt oij -*. j' Call <- rIy or Fcsi-1 yur Aiders, dxI'or further patticulnis! aty'.y to
by given to tors. ] Male & Female Seminarv. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA,
that vi u uuv st-cr.re the varietieu '
# .
tied Iu t Ti' elhirMill ::1 U'-"!' i r.d 't't.- I/ of DANIEL LADD.

will be bsrred at th esrinition of the perio.l a forest i I, AME.S A LIVELY. EEADY--21ADE CLGTHIEO, Ntiwpoif.} n-i. yoyomlipr ". ltZ.;; 41 r'JIE situation of thi* Institution ia at one of the 1ica Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

culess exhibited within the sa2i anJ this notice will January 31, 1807. 5 _I_ finest Sulphur Springs in the ountry and is unsurpassed DRUGS AND MEDICUfES.
t that viiil c nip! .re f'%' riv: with any' t.'ek of Clothj II j
be pleaded in bar thereof. I hoc3) Kerseys, Linseys and Blan ; fur health. It ia easy of access forsteam
I iii everliil.i'e l f.-: -lie in t thicitv.. c ii-i Uin7! Siirgiml Instrument.
GEOUGE! A. CROOM, Admt'r. Kew Books ami boat and a few hours sinking Perfumery Dyestuff ,
"rimBL.vk; nnd Co.t-.l! Cl-ll Frock l' ;its. j jFaiicx kets. Snuff. "Windows OUiw. Paints,
with the >pice.
.Jcne 6.57. :t3mMidlet e ('us-i.ni-i'u: uii'l' B<;.tVer I'rotk .i'' d BUSIIK The Principal experience twenty years Manufactnrea
TUST received a l9rle soitinerit ( f i YARDS askd. KerePy3 and Ga and aided by n corps competenfassistants, will devote Oils, Vnni hes. Putty Tobacco.
: Coat.*. 10 000 .
il c-fciLini'ou Ii.toks and Glass Wore. Patent ileJu-raes.
fj cmnpii his whole rime to the hnTOTement of his pupils.
Standard A.rk Pi Potrv ., _ Black: :an 1 ." l->r..l C.otL, Bc.ivcr and Pi'ut Overll.i4ln.'s Hue Fine Tooth, Pure Winet and Braodiei
one nn.l 1usances l.f'i (0 yarda \S.1\ aol I Totton nnd \Vool Linseys, The third session will commence Monday, January soaps
BBLS. MULLLT, for ae at a reduced price wi'h all I thenruntBlncioft's S.iek iTrtflT3, and.Uiir Brushes, f mar Mdkinalpurpoie.,
15 Tt.u ati..fl2 D.-c-kin and Cassimerei'ants l.ofH) piirs irn-y. mixed and white Blankets, 12, 1857. For partic-Iars.; : nd.lre.
; D. C. WILSON. Ill.ick and
ly and Ilihlreth's lTi.it-d $t.itc.c.M.4Jeye Fan"y li'ii.i piiis liu-strt Uriitfsins. R. ANDERSON, Ptineipal.Nor. \-iint"Ski Fancy Aiticle

May 23. 7.NEW 21 History of the Dutch llcj>ubic: just pub- \Vitli \\o.I HaU. O-iiaburps. avid uch like articles -20, 1S38. 48Lumber Burden Seeds, Fine Hatana Segraf
lishfil.Allison's. :Pit i Cn-nadinc.; Bnratlip.i. S-itin end Clf.t'i Yes!?, They have -eently received a JLaigt mud \Frea%

CARRIAGE SHOP. Continuation of the History of Europe, Fanv Velvet. C.ti>.iriKre, Silk and Cashmere dOint foi Piui.t.iliuu iiao, ia any quantity, bv D.LADD. vpplif every variety of articles 'usually kept byInsists.

uudersisrned Urge leave t-iiufoiui the _cti- 5th; an 1 Cth viJiims.Ab'Mitt'a \\l.i: tik .1. ., NW-vit o-t.) l is i THE ofTitIiailiaose *nd vincinity. that be has nnd Hc"tt'; M Nsipoleon B>nip.irte; Theirs' .1 .Sli.ivv; 1)rPnr R.iir! Tine ShiiU, Silk, _ -- V\7E have on hand Five or Six hundred TbousanT it this establishment a full supily everything ace

opened a carriage shop in this place' joiningBrokaw's Fri.eli lievojiuion; Ciiblx-n's Knnie; Ilune nn 1 M.i- Cotton and Mfrii I'u l lr si.iits, ? feet of jjnml SEASONED LUMBER, of every dis I and Ifl the most literal tvm.4

Stables ; Orfuley's E- Iand. :ird anl 4th volume;; Il'.V.inV, Anciciit I Caiitu FiAiii.el! iiti .If.in# DiavMld.i Notice cription, which will delivered in Tallahns-'e low.Th .- Orders from the Country ;r'omSy0fihled! and.athfa

Livery I History; Thirlwall's Grefre; Hu'uton's' woiks j ; i A LSOI Monthvaft r diSe I shall present my final nc- ,s<> wishing Luml>cr can address us at Centreville. ion jrnarnnrWcl. with ri-pird both piK*' nnd nralij

in the building fonneily occupied by J. L. Groner, Presc-itl's FerdiiiHiid. and Isabella. Mexic/i. Itiu.I I. SIX ht,1.s and %in-Ill is ol c lion. Julias ..f Pifvh.lt Bills sawed at short notice. -. Pbysician's prescriptionarefolly compoont'ed.--

., where beii prepared tu do all kinds! cf woik iu his I! Pl.ilip the 2nd ansI 5Iillaneoti!i ; U'i #ell'd Modern I A renerni J .*nrtm rlt of Fancy and Black Silk and | ?, of.1)ef! .MS"n 'outity, as e.t.-cntor of 1 ihc iate! tfKubfit A. R. COMBS i CO.Notice. Also. Kppm 's couipuund Fluid Extract ul Lchu

line, at the thortest notice and on the most I Lurop- illam's Hi-t-rical *:V trk ; Il.V.rk i.f.fI I S.iiin Sl"<-k<. Tie* nit 1 fioiBink nut l le Tl.n-a-1
\\bite Kid I ati.1 Silk : Ij
REASONABLE TERMS, I l.r'l l Bac 'n, AriilUon ( oidiuitli. Irvii' .', Sc-citt, ak fur a dUcuar fiom snicl execut.'r-I l ij>.
-- 1 dt>.. I.-uiie* (?:-itinll'-t, t* *'i|'<'ilnr Linen, C.tn-'jric' find j jI
i Iickeii) ; IrvinV Life< (if \Va hirKlon Spaik'sVui- ROBERT: I D. JOUN'SOX, Ext'r. Turpentine Farm for Sale.
such and tnmminz making new I.nhhlerelii4.I4 JJn-'vn 1 f ..ttni,. Li ''eI I
as carnage painting ; 1 I Si'k I iin Fancy '
ingtyti and! Ileidley'a WashinptiHi Chainbir's, MU-l JLirch 1 1. 57. 11-f.m
buggies aud wacoa?,, and all kin Js cf renrIII. Having ] f.i1itoIjiVriii..zi'! in 10 Volumes; li'-rnrv' tyhCl.uiiler' I Tl.rend and Marinn i Hose, Ao., Ac. CALL AND : .SIX month after date, I will present to this Hon FOB. Sale about eleven hundred acre of land, to-
firttrateCarriage ; ,_ Court of Leon county my accounts and Trill
procured a i BUY. with a email Lu-un and improvement <
Cycl 'pedia: "f Auieiicjin Lii rat are. in: 2 t Fairbank'sSITUATKU Ferr
Painter and Trimmer volumes issued | O--tobor IS. IR.rs. -12 vouchers n* Administrator of the estate of Matthew U sold at a intnin, inquire of
] jo.t ciiiitaininij an acrniiut of the
and the time fr
I. -I. AhI.n.deceastd, nt same apply a
I from New Toil, the r.nderjiKned 1 Ji prepared tod literature ufour country from its ili.o< very to the pie- on 1101 -l"cknee River near the Renr- final discharge from the fuith. r administration of snid or
\VukulU. Fla. OctoWr 4.1856. 40
with Memoir of the Authors and Hotice.VLL know ni tl. Lynn beint
tbie-kiod of work as well and in the latest ttyle, as it rent day, a exti.-u-ti ? Ferry ; estate. R O.ALLEN.
C3J Ite
All tb se who have this ViaJ of xrorlf to do. nnd tant. .1: I.vnf'r1 P. Crenfiliaiv dee-e.-ned. lute of LI in | new mill excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wi.lc and filty Insolvent Estate Notice.

wish it d-jne in a manner that will out fail tu give i-bniu' Border Stories and Revolutionary Bomances (..iii,1. nre hcieby nolitivyl to present I th i < :n tt' t.t.: feet i'.r ; being competently and constant ly attended, Notice.
; iu st-tk Statesman's Manual i-f the the .mttler.i..neil! nmij.l renpectluily inform all \vhowi STATE OF FLORIDA.
satisfaction, wculi do well to call on ; ; Ilit-tury u'l'liifiiroeil mill.ini trat"-. pi-i-perly aMtlienti *tei!.
AY1L KUHNS. Rep'iblir; W bster6 and Culhonu'u Wi ii's, complete within the tinie i ri' rril>ed by law or tln-y will beImiitd 'h'to ero-s the River that thy can enn-n nf Fair- QJIX months niter slate' I will present to the Hon. ProO JEFFERSON COUNTY.

1 May 257. IS in 'C volumes. ; and all tlio- in.littcd! arc itqucuted to mrtke ban' s Ferry at all timrs with ease and safety whether Uile Court ofGadaden county, my account anJ WM. U. ANDREWS. sheriff and adrnthbstOr!

____ Blank Bix-ks and Stationery, Ltlfcr, Cap, Legiilan1 p.t-iueiit !Iflfli.tt.V. the water is !hi ih or h'tv. vouchers a' adniini-trfttnr de bonis non of the state tf1eia'of the estate of Dau>l Wonlf. latebf

Florida House. Account Papf-r; Gold and Steel Pens with and JOhN C. CREXSIIAW, Admfr. HARRISON FAIRBANKS of James Poi'wlexter. deceased, and at the same time Jefferson c-mn-y, deceased has filed i n the Probalofficeof -

without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Viit1115 May V, '67. 20-8w Jnn. 177. 3Dr. apply for a final discharge (minute further administration Ji-ffers eonnty. a written gnprestionIB that

_j' lIE HOUSE heretofore" known asJL aitd Playin; Cards ; Ledtfcis Journals Dav- of fM>\ estate. HUDSON MUSE. btlieve the estate of'D-irid Woolfe to F be inslet
r the Georgia House, late Mes siham's Boks Record and I'Is B"ok3 and article nticeis i to all L&'ki
cverj Ilotice.SIX P. P. LEWIS Qoiiicy Jnn. I 7. 57. 3H>mLIMB. Thereupon given peiwies
Hotel will continue for she .
open- usually fnunJ in our bti'ine s.Kov. claims sjninwt said estate to appear and file the iam<

reception of pereons traveling by poblie 15. 45 MclOtJGALL & HOBBY. month n-lcr d I iic, I "hall ivesent |Tiy fi'1' **! nr' T---,1 1 IVES notice to his friends nnd pat [ with the Juiljre of Probate */ td eoooty. on cr before

*or private totiveyance through Tljomnsvillc. It is 'iu-1 v.-iicljeis to I the ILm.Jiiilffi'of ProlwteI'tr 15PL4'-; nuts that he in now in |li5SChOiiIti .,fall the 12th day of December next when there will

uixier the control ard management of a LaJy. Th"e India Rubber Packing. JiJf.-uiHi cou'i'y, as ii'lmini trator of I tio! eft'ite 'f tL.jJ the lat ''t PtnpritYetrerrlit in Dent5trv. *- "t CCBBLS.\ \ Lime, fresh and in good"order,just be a porsta distribution ofthe funda beloojnrtr to

desiring genteel and comfortuble cccouiuiodations, Rubber Pat-kins, of nil thicknewn. from 3- /V\le.' B. I/inJ late i-f s.ud: county. dcC"i: d, ..i'ul 1 ask 1st. The extraction i>f T1 eth. withor.t pri.dneiiigp JLJJ lauded and for sale byMcNAUGUT said estate amonpst the credit rt tnereof} at whichtime

may rely upon her best efforts lo please.. INDIA i inch, constantly: on baud ut I). LADD. fur a discharge from Liid a.hsi.r, istrit: 'r-hip. alit. bv tl.i :aid' of a local Application, which etiitdt i tsiu ORMOND A CO 'he said WH.iam H Andreva triftafply fee ba:

: !" Situated at* the South end Jefferson St., Newport. Oct. IS, 1850. 4i WM R. LORD, AdmtV. ]J)1| viiui an artificial free zil.g mixture to'tjie purta November R.J 856. 45Notice. Baal discaarc* from the administr*iton'rrsaio! etitt.

_ TbonmsTille, Geo. Ail 11. 57. 15-6m until fully bvnuuibud. 2'1. The imniediuteitpertion ofa THOMA9 J.CHAOZ,

t MavI6.'b7. -.3m Fluid Temporary Set on fJuttii Percha, \\hich can be Judgei of Prol5sti.

Burning Nails worn with comfoit, and ease till the Gums are fullyprtjartsl persons having demands against the estate March '3. 'A'Z. lO9tnNotice.

THROUGH W 48 HOURS O i SUPEHIOll QlJ.LlTY.jist received and" KEGS: niiiteJ NAILS fi-rsale in lots, for u pKrinaneiit Set ; then inserted on ALL Adam Gramling,deceased late of Leon county -

fur sale by AMES
January 31/187. 5 1). e. wIro. 3ti much worn air>l admired, fur Leuutystrength, and to the undersigned administrator, within months after date tIme uiklrrsigMa!will pre't

perfect cleanlineJS.: the time prescribed by law or they will be barred SIX
Budd Administrator of May C3. 57. 21 ; accounts and vouchers to the Jude vf me-
_ _ Hay 31. 151. 22In nnd all those indebted are requested to make payment
W. C. ililler. deceased,arid in his bate for the county ffQadsdeii and ask tor
own right snd iu ri. ht .fIis wife, Notice.S Leon Circuit Court. immediately. A. P. ORA5ILINO. Admt'r. settlement and] ducluirgi from the. a as heirs at Lnw of Elizabeth oftbe etateof Win. P. Larkiua late of saiJ ff'uotcleeeaseil. /
IX M'nitbs after date the nnden ininistra- 1857. 20-8ur '
Milton and Cbattahoochie ( May Admt'r.
and James 'THOMAS
Miller, deceased, In Chancery DaWel K. Granger SCOTT,
of the estate of Lewis M. Situn-h-rs dewnsed.
In Madison Cir tot B. Oamble late Jn'4. 'SY. 46mOfreular ._
U. S. Mail Line vs. late of Leon county, will made his final exhibit t> In altnchment. Mary J. Hume, Compl'L. )1 Ju Chancery.
John L. Miller. Adci'nrtmtor, of cuit Court.Willinm trading! the JiiJ c of Pn-lnte of Slid comity nii'l ask to be Sum sworn to $275. .ra. I SEWB.

13emi-VUooi.1y-;: Elizabeth Miller, deceased, Al- dirtlmreei! JOSEPH B JCHKISTIE, Adtut'r 17. Damages, |5O(. Joseph N" WhitneramlEveline Jo Leon_ county,
Tl-onms J. .
Leave Milton, Tucsday's.and Friday's, al 10 exandtr P. Miller A frill! 3.57- 168mJiJfcrsun Vs.Tliomis P. JU -Willtam Home ( 4 ORlFmrfS. and 'BOE 4 CffS
and Randolph."I WELCH
ElirnletL C. ililller
-T Miller and JeestiPHume, infknt heir 1 Middle Circuit.of Saw, from 42 to 64 hto &". e r
I o'clock, a., n. Win. J. Miller.IT ; llE Defendant nnl 1 nil other persons interested, ;
Circuit court, JSov. Tcrmf 1837.Alvin Jesse Hume, deceased. J stantlj foe sale at'a eo mwioo on mannfie4orei
and JL notified ot'ihe institutionrof the aboVe
Leaves ChallahonchfC T/vesday's Salvr- hereby
1 appearing to the eati*factin of the Court that are D. LAPD
day's after the arrival of the Steamer from Alexander P. Miller. Tliomai J. Miller, Elizalx] My, )f Attachment. ;'"' suit by attachment, anti tt'tr required to appear and IT appearing to tbe',0ourt: .byiiffid TitofBFWlntner price*, Jby December. SO IMfc

r*. V Daninxi f 50o| plead tu the dechirali-m filed therein. ;&qthat the mid infntdsfend.ut*. Newport ,
and the Stage from Tallahassee C. Miller andV'm.. J. Miller, Are iuu-r.ohl.uu of the .
I Apalacnicola State of Florkln E. S. (iiiillurl, ) Sum Sworn. t>ll.53J COUNCIL A. BRYAN, CFK Eveline Hume. "Willmni Hume and Jessie Hume, re -
Fla. antlBcimthridge Ga.; : ride beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and beyoidthe' Notice .
It is thc.rcfore rtrdere)i that said defcndanln appear Defe'idant'ani.iillothers: iuterestel are hen'-. April, 1857. 144wNotice. .
fW IN GOOD t' and annwe plead or demur to *nid "Kill on <
It is ordered l that said defendants iIidaJeu
appear ant'!
'b'HIS Line U now ia first rate order. The whole the) lint MoJidny iu K'overuber nezr. otierwi.-c! nttnehmcnr, retumtble txi Full Term of the Court, answer of'flioenris Sinderi''We pf. -T. oyt7.*
th bill >n"or,before the first Monday in October next, .miat >
JL Stock bi b es* o wvd, with new and comf.irUbl the Bill iJiall.be taken as oonfeMed 'against them. and Cu appear and plead to that fame.. decease.! wilt take notithat thy pi.eo i1h1itI.c
Month* after du'te I shall present final ac otherwise tim Compiain'tn's BHI! shall! be taken tbettit4
!* Hck > TbTvCbrivM'S *r careful sob/r and ao AnJ it i is furl hf jh'ht order S JOUNSS'EST,. Clerk. SIX my aa titein to the mknsgned duIya ba
and vouchers to the H HL Judie ol Jn; confessed : Provided That- this rder"be published this nuteS.PIU
in Hrinted in Tallwluisee. May I 1t. .I7. !0-3m thno1mreseiibel byiW'.0r
) cr11liwanee of baggage a rw> pubiislwtl u -
SosmDdatinz. tiewmper| {
b.t. <>f L* as -entor"of the estatfl of once n week for four months, : aDI 11
.vy '.'fiswed to eab f Florida./ ac.' woek; for fopr N.ntbe. Patsed _f .. ; <>u county immediately preceding pleadid luit t'f i thi.ir reVY pencna13-
pJiBscnjer .H J'hti C< ok| deceased,ha'e if said ennt y- and ask to the-Mid rule dnyin Oetobef. In totne newspaper pnbIishe4h taW Wate re E r hy ii..6d4\ teoiae MB-
I Chambers 8lh f June. 18A7. to
at 1 1 w dwy Notice -
.. be diii-I.ansf\I.\ .TU03. ROBERTJ3, Ext'r. > the City fif Tallahassee. kdiate reftn.th .un.lersitni.

I : AGN.T8-. J. WAYLE8 24 4m BAKBR.Jfe' ,Judge.- A LL.per.nrns linvindoHiaixIs njijnit the estate of Ajyif: 18. 'ST. l6in ". Ordered Chambers, this the twenty first day payment JASflTh sDd.ex

I AtThltoo, .,- .. JAjCivnir, JuneiL.7. -: Janieei Hazzxril, lute ,-QadtJen qmtiity, deceiised of May, A. D. 1857.J odO Adm'r.

'. Geo.vaAl .. Bail Eoad. will takes notice Jhat they m'u'tt pVv ent them I Notice, ; TOTUS BAKER, Juige. ,; June/. '57 2-4w1. _

I 'p. ,... C&mpbs1to J. W.'SuTd, Tallahassee ?
I ;, %-' M&nnn*, '. U.,, Wf N1C.S A 11EJTLNU>;(the StocklwIufiJofthi* Cocop.vny pV5ctirMHl Jiy Liw/or tlu 'm Uce will bo plead in bar. SIX Months after dute, the underavgned will present Mackerel and Herringr

tiooc$ ;'' D. Couox, _L1 will r* hldt thi4lic of the CJ-mpany iuT of their/eeorety ; and! ,all'persons:' indebted lo aid final nfMiimt and. vQucJiers :u aduiuiistrutor <>n Boots and Shoes : l )LiebUSl iii.tt
/ ) are % tifled t" mako immediate the estate ofi Win. .Latfix.n. 'deceased, Jat of Le Q A FE\T HALF flBL.JIcI o
-R tan t&k 'thtOUtJ with eertuatj, llaliaw jjpn yilmdjJMb [ payintul 7qI I &talowratmby

., ,. onifort, .. o'clock; A, M,? AfuULatt >da ; ozo. D.P'IsIIEn' :, By order of the Preskttut. JAMES M. 8JI1TH, SK8. and SHA.'W. Admt'r. some Bstortmejit Undio 'p.r Wvstie I.CO..

Prprleto aM Ct&ctor.. 1U03. BARNA1D,8eer.ery.! ex offitl" Admt'r In right of hit wife LJOSOEA P. CLZNUaw... and for tale by cAUGIT, ORMOND A

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