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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: July 4, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. I Article 4. ;IY0- soldiers employed, under the direction ''I groundsj and construction bridge at Springfield I Kane, of the Navy of the United States and drknees. '. This, however, ft m ei.'supposi I-

The present convention shall be approvedand of the Quarter masters Department, in the Armory, Massachusetts: sixty thousand such df the officers who were with him in the tion. Hitherto no ono hasbera fartaaata

I ratified by the President of the United erection of barracks, quarters, store houses ,dollars. I expedition aforesaid, as may yet remain in enough to witness the annihilation a eom-

LAWS OF TIlE UNITED STATES. States of America, by and with the advice and hospitals ; the construction of roads and I For surveys for military defence., geographical I the service of Hid t United States, may accept .t. '
: and onnoissances.for from the Government of Great Britain such Comets have been, in all ages, objects of
and consent of the Senate of said States, and "thcr constant labor, for periods of not less explorations, re
Article 3. I by his :Majesty tho King of the kingdom of than: ten days, under the acts of March second military purposes, twenty five thousand I token of the character aforesaid as it may he apprehension to the..ignorant and errdulovs.

Two Sicilies eighteen hundred and nineteen and August i dollars. the pleasdre of that government to present tot Scarce any possible accident from the entire
Tne present convention fchall be in force the ; and the tatifications of the I
shall be I : !: fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty four, I For purchase and repairs of instruments, them: destruction of our globe to an epldamio
at
for tho term of twelve from the date I same exchanged Washington : t .
years the cats of Westphalia!! hut those wanderers
1856.
fifteen thousand dollars. Approved, Aug. 30, among
within the period of twelve months including those employed{ as clerks At division ; i
hereof; and fin ther, until the end of twelvemonths counting have been accused of wing! likely t to
I from this date if I and department head quaiters, I For continuing the survey of the Northernand
or sooner
alter the of the United possible.In expenses !
government I Xo. 4. A Resolution authorising! Alexander D. or of having already caused. To the
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and from Northwestern lakes Including Luke Superior [ ] cause,
of to the frontier ,
the ouc or that of his faith whereof, tho respective plenipotentiaries expresses posts 'I' him the
State-: on part Highness i Bachc td aceept medal presented to by action of comets unhesitatingly ascribed
the Duke of Brunswick and Luneburg have signed the present convention, induplicate and armies In the field } ot( escorts to pay fifty thousand dollars. i King of Sweden. of heat cold whether!
I general or
and thereto affixed the seal of their misters, other disbursing! officers and trains, For printing charts of lake surveys, five extremes or ,
on the other, shall have given notice of itsntci'tio" thousand dollars. I Resolred by the Senate and House of Rep local ; wind and rain, earthquakes and hurricanes

*_ of terminating the sam 1 when military escorts cannot bo furnished ; i : resentatives of the United States of America volcanic eruptions, fogs, droughts.

. This comention shall be ratified, and the arms.Done. at Naples, thirteenth of January, expenses of tho interment of non commission I For the Post Office extension, three hun. I in Congress assembled, That Alexander D. form epidemic disease, whether effecting .
dred thousand dollars. every
shall be exchaned eighteen hundred and fifty five. officers and soldiers; authorised office furniture Bache of the Coast Survey,
t jatifications at Washing- Superintendent the humah race or the animal creation
Jon, within twelve months after its date, orON''er I ROBERT D.,.OWEN, [ti. s..J] ; hire of laborers in the Quarter masters For arrearages prior td July first, one I be and he is hereby authorised to accept the successful drops or failures; births and deathsof ;
And whereas the convention has dti-. Depaitment, including hire of thousand eight,hundred atid fifteen, payable
if possible.In I been interpreters, gald medal recently presented to him by the extraordinary the rise and fall of .
i men ; empires
the df the third Auditor
I ly ratified on both and the respective spies, and guices for the army ; compensationof through offlco un-
, faith whereof, we, the respective plenipotentiaries i parts ; King of Sweden. -in short, all the various notable'occor!
. of the United: States of America ratifications of the same were exchanged in clerks to officers of the Quarter masters I der an act approved May first, one thousand I Approved Aug. 30, 1856. for which humanity

have signed aud sealed these ents. \ the city of Washington on the 8th instant, Department ; compensation of forage and I eight hundred and twenty, in addition to the = ... rences ignorant vainly
seeks
Done at Washington this thirty pre first day of i. by William L. Marcy, Secretary of State, ofthe. wagon masters, authorised by the act of July : balance undrawn in the treasury, two thousand On Com.t.. That caus.tho proximity of a comet fa \

March, in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ United States, and John lutz, Counsel fifth, eighteen hundred and thirty eighty eight} i dollars. As the 13th of June has passed bj"t a d0 affect the, .houl at-
I General of tho Swiss Conferderation the for the apprehension of deserters, and tho : For pay, furnishing and maintaining with I some way temperature
thousand eight hundred anJ four on have not been knocked into It Cocked hat"
one fifty is so tar from unlikely, that the
incident their following i master's stores and supplies, and subsistence i mtttphere
to the quarter
-
and of Kayi-i, the seventh year, third month, : part of their respective governments : expenses pursuit ; by the comet, as was predicted by some of question has, from time to time, engaged th*
and foot of
mounted
Now therefore be it known that I expenoitures required for the two regi- companies .
,
and third da v. I I I wonderful of of science. Accurate and .
attention
Florida Volunteers called into the service of the wise astronomers of this age, men
\\. L. MARCY! s.l I FRANKLIN PIERCE,-President of the U- ments of dragoons, the two regiments of cavalry
JULIUS SAMSON I : :\ [L. nited States of America-have caused the said the regimEnt mounted riflemen, and !: tho United States, two hundred and forty I many of our readers will be Interested to know long continued experiments have, bo1"e.
lL. 1;.J] that the
And whereas the said treaty has been duly 1 i convention to be made public, to the end that such companies of infantry as may be mounted thousand six hundred and sixty seven dollars! I sometnlog Of the hlstdry of these eccentric nowiso satisfactorily affected"proven by a comet.

ratified on both parts, and tho respective rat.thcntions the' same, and every clause and article thereof viz : the purchase: of travelling forges, and fifty two cents. bodies. The following, from Harper's Weekly Until a belief prevailed quite IX-
ho observed and fulfilled with good blacksmiths and shoeing tools, horse and mule Approved, May 30, 1856. I recently
of tho in the may article have
same were exchanged is the most comprehensive we tensively that comets, in some remote war, '
$ faith by tho United States and the citizens shoes and nails, iron and steel for shoeing, I
; city of Washington on the 28th inst. bf the comet and we caused epidemics. So late ago as 1829, Mr.
thereof. hire of veterinary medicines for CIHP. XXX.-An Act to fix the-Times holding yet seen upon qnestion,
Now, therefore, be it known that I, surgeons in the State of Delaware, the Election of a Representatives Foster, an English gentleman,
horses and mules and that its perusal will be found both pabUae.
whereof I have sure
In testimony hereunto set picket ropes, shoeingthe are
" FRANKLiN PIERCE, President of the U- in the Congress of the United States. book to that since the -
hand and caused the seal of the United horses of thosg three hundred and and instrnctive prove
of America have caused the said my corps, entertaining : I
nited States Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Christain era the periods which have btn
be made to the end that the States to be affixed to those presents. fifty thousand dollats. Comets to us generally in one of
treaty to public, Representatives of the United States of A- appear most insalubrious have been invariably
same, and every clause: and article thereof, Done at the city of Washington the sixteenth For cOhstructing barracks and other build- merica in Congress assembled, That tho two shapes-ono a globular mass, which represents at which some great Comet was visible.toM
day of July, in the year of ings at posts which it may be necessary to after Encke's comet of 1828 : and the
observed and fulfilled with
may be good faith first Tuesday the first Monday in November prove the absurdity of this, it U only d0t
by the United States:; and the citizens there. our Lord ote: thousand eight hundred occupy during the year : and for repairing in every second year hereafter, shall other, the most general, a roundish mass ttlih : ry to refer to numerous comets, whose f.U appearance
i[:L. s ] and fifty five, and of the Independenceof altering, and enlarging buildings at the established train tail atta hed.
of. bo and the same is hereby appointed and established a or -'-there being no plague tosgnaliza|
In testimony whereof, I have caused the'! the United States of America the posts, including hire or commutation far holding elections in the State of In substance astronomers suppose them to -was supposed to foretell the birth, or

teal of the United State to be hereunto af. eightieth. of quarters for officers on millitary duty ; Delaware for a representative ofsaid State in bo vapor or nebulous matter, receiving light. of some great man, the fall of some d.t
FRANKLIN PIERCE. hire of quarters for troops, of storehouses for from the about which they make their kingo
. the Congress of the United States of America. sun or the eruption of some volcano
, fixed.Given under my hand, at the city of By the President j the safe keeping of military stores, and of Provided, That the said elections shall eccentric orbits. In the head of the comet I The year of the great plagili in London .

Washington! this 22nd day of June, \V. L. MARCY, Secretary of State. for summer cantonments ; for encampments I be conducted in such manner and held at I II is seen a bright spot, called its nucletts, and ((1665)) was note for a comet, which
and frontier hundred
station
fivo
in the year of our Lord one thousand ;I I l thousand temporary dollars. I such places as are or may be prescribed by supposed by some astronomers: to ho a sub- ed in the mont April, and upon appar-,

-ight Ir.mdredand: fifty five, and of the CIIAT. XXVIII.-An to supply an Omission in I the laws of the said State of Delaware. stance more solid than tho remainder of the course, plague was blamed-no on., apparently -

[L. P.J] Independence of the United States I. the Enrolment OA-rtain: Act. For mileage: or allowance made to officersof Approved, Aug 30, 1836.RESOLUTIONS.. head and tail. Although the advent of a caring to settle the question whj tha '
for the
the of themselves
the eightieth. i Whereas the f following clauses of the act army ; transportation comet in our heavens is considered by most malign influence of the should fill upon '

VXKLIX PIERCE. entitled :11) act making appioprialions for and their baggage when travelling on people a remarkable event, and in time past LondC, dot extending COUle 8\'et to the neighboring .
on duty without troops or escorts, one h hundred occasioned cdnsternation, their number I
Bv the President : certain civil expenses of tho government for great towns and villages. '
and, thousand dollars.
W. L. ;M.UtCSecretary\ : of State. the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen twenty appears to be very considerable-over three A comet appeared in tho year 590. to which

hundred and fifty seven, approved the eighteenth I For transportation[ of the army, including i [No. 1.] A Resolution authorizing Purchase and and a half millions, Arago states. Many hun was attributed n fearful epidemic which pre
the baggage: of the troops when moving either I Restoration to the liriti-h Government of the have been observed and on an average
dreds
BY :TIIS fKKnnrXT OF TilE UNITED:: STATUS day of August, eigliteen: hundred and 1 1I ; vailed in that year, in the par ox ism i which
land water camb and i 'hip Resolute, late of the British Navy.:
by or ; clothing, field of observation
within
tho our -
,
fifty six, to wit ; r appear people were seized with uncontrollable fits of h
or AMERICA : I
I garrison equipage} from the depot at Philadelphia I I Whereas it has become known to Congress at the rate of two About '
Fur completing the marino hospital at per year. sneezing, generally resulting in death. When "
A PROCLAMATION: I the serveral and that the Resolute late of the
( to posts army depots ; I ship hundred of those observed have appearedwith
i two
Cincinnati, Ohio, eighty tix thousand dollars. any one about this time snoozed, it became 4
1 Whereas! a convention between the United 1 horse equipments and of subsistence" from tho i navy of her Majesty the Queen 'of the United sufficient regularity to determine with customary to "God bless !1'; from J-

Si.lf3: ot America i and! h)3 Majesty :he King For improving Battery Washington places purchase arid from the places of delivery I Kingdoni of Great Britain and Ireland, on some degree of accuracy their orbitual move- which probably say, proceeded a similar you custom "

ef tJC Kin. JHla of the Two concluded I under contract, to such places as the service in the Arctic seas, in senrch of Sir ments and various of the phenomena of their
: ; was rsfeets, and road way 0 P round the custom to this day prevalent upon tho continent of !
circumstances of (the service ittf John Franklin and the survivors! of the
; 1 btlif: : may require expedition existence.
11. jjijjnfd: f respective!! PJenipotenti.i- i h'jusa at Sail am.i--co.: California thirteen I i Earopo.A .
:]It,>, i-i the city of Washington on the twentyliibl I thousand four hundred) and one dollars, and bp sent ; of ordnance, onliianee ttpr&i, under his commandels rescued and Ono of the most surprising points about Cdmet which appeared.: 203 also
and small arms, from the foundries and I recovered in those seas by the officers and I The '&
armories comets Is their prodigious dimensions.
"
August eighteen hundred and 1
'
of .
I u.ijvof ( i thirty cents, -were omitted in the enrolment the harbinger a plague.On
to the arsenals, fortifications! frontier 1 crew of the American whalpsldp.the"} Jeoge head! of the comet of 1811 globular -
was a
f. t convention in the I great
lify!: f'HIt"I I being to the said act : the other hand, the comet of 16&8 wti
"
Knili: (h ::ti&i Italian Languages; is word for i Therefore be it cnmtl'lllJy the Senate and posts, and army depots; rights, wharfage, i, Henry, after tho Resolute' had been necessaiily mass whose diameter measured thrice I supposed to hare produced (the and I
\O'd oils! and ferriages ; for t'lej I ur haso a'ul hire abandoned in the Ice by her officers that of tho sun, or nearly four million times general
:.s folItsCt'nvention : j House rf H (.:'.:lli\'C's of the United fatal epidemic Cats In Westphalia
f'res of horses, mules, and oxen, and the purchase ;.:''l 1 crew, and after drifting still in the ice that of the earth. Its tail was 130 millionsof aciong previously q'
Lelwcn tin United) Ht-ttes: of AmericaMH.I I States of Ameiica in Congress: assembled, I thousani alluded to One, of 1748, wa
hil..jc".y: the! King the Kingdom of the I That the sum of eighty: six thousand dollars and repair of wagons, carts, drays, ships, and i for more than: one miles from the miles in length. The apace it would take posed to have caused the destruction of sap.

TW-ioilUs::: III Naples Juuuury 13th, Ib65. I! for completing the marine hospital: at Cincinnati I oilier sea going! vessels and boats for the place where so abandoned-:and that the said up in" the heatenS may be gathered from this, and Calloa by an earthquake. A comet which Lima

Tie: United: States of America and his :Ma-\ I in tho state: of Ohio: and the sum of I I I transportation of supplies and for garrison ship! Resolute" having been brought to the I II I that had its head joined the sun,its tail would appeared in March, 1402, was stated by tho

j je1y the King of the kingdom oftheT\vo thirteen thousand four hundred and one dollars I purposes ; for) drayage and cartage aJ) the several I United States by tho salvors at great risk still have extended 30 million miles beyondthe astrologers of that day to presage the deathof J.

Sicilies, equally: animated with a dt-sire to I and thirty cents for improving Battery posts ; hire of teamsters, transportation and peril, had been generously relinquished earth. Suppose the tiail to have been John Vlscontl, an Italian Prince ,!
Gale
main tain and to pre.-eve: from all harm the u Washington: streets, and road 0 P around i of funds for the pay and other disbursing departments i to them by bet Majesty's government : Nowin solid, this comet would have possessed a bulk This gentleman being a devout believer in*

lations 4)1'gwd Uthlert'tsnJillg xviheh have I the custom house at San Francisco, in the i the expense sailing public transports token of the deep inte'est felt in tho Uni- neatly six hundred million times that of the astrologers and duly died doubt '
-no It
the"nriJUs rivers the Gulf of Mexico ted States for the service in which her comeb
llnj.t
,
on than its volumo
earth. Not less
tit til tim > subsisted between I surprising I
< s so happily State of California, be\ and the same.are hereby of fright-and to great delight of
.. thcmsilws, as also between the inhabitants appropriated out of in thotreasury and the Atlantic and Pacific* and for pro- t cst; said ship was engaged when thus necessarily is the speed with which the tail of a comet made their prediction te.33trolog'l :
any money cometrues
i" of their! respective' States, have mutually a- I not otherwise appropriated. curing water at such posts as from their situation I abaneoned, and of the sense entertained is sometimes shot out from the ,head. The I,i.
of formal require that it be brought from a distance by Congress of tie act of her Majes comet of 1843" had a tail OOOOOOOOmiles1n
greed to peipetnate, by means n 28, 1856. I great
Approved, Aug.
I and for roads and in surrendering said ship to A brilliant comet, visible about 43 i. fi..
t clearing removing
? cotvct.tio: the principles of the right of neu- ty's government length. This tail was thrown out in
J traU at sea, which they recognise as indis. obstructions from roads, harbors, and rivers, tho salvdrs' : lees than twenty days, and if, as is supposed, \as thought by the Romans to be tho soul of t1

; pea ah'e conditions of all freedom of navigation I CHAP. XXIX.-An making appropriations for to the extent which may be required for the Be it resolved by tho Senate and House ofRepresentatites it was entirely of matter issuing from the head, Julius Caesar, then recently murdered. Comet ')
the Support of the Army for the year ending the actual of the the frontier of the United States of America were theught to have appeared at the "
operations on -
and maritime trade. For this purposethe thirtieth (,June, one thousand eight hundred troops portions of this matter must by some[means
President of the United States has conferred I and fifty !;';ven.: one million five hundred thousand dollars. I in Congress assembled, That the have acquired a velocity notleas than 7000 births Mithridates and Mohammed, t presage
For the purchase Of horses for( the two President of the United States be and he is minuto. their .It has even ben sup. .
L full powers on Hubert Dale Owen, : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of regiments milesper geatness j
of dragoons, the two regiments of I hereby requested to cause!! tho said ship "res.I posed that seen by the \se men
f minister: resident at Naples, of the United I Representatives of tho United States ofAmeiica Frdm various observations it is deduced
the regiment of mounted riflemen, olute'' with all her armament, equipment, who came to pay homage to the Infant 8.vior .. I:H
,
States of America; and his :Majesty the Kingof in Congress assembled, That the following cavalry I that tho density of cometary matter is immeasurably '
the kingdom of the Two Sicilies has conferred I sums be and the same are hereby ap- the companies of light artillery, and such infantry I and tho property on board when sha arrived less than that of common air. A was a comet a elrcumslanfo bj nomeans _
; l. I as it may be found necessary to mountat in the United States, and Which has been unlikely; nor incdttsistent with scrip. .1
lik powers on Mr. Louis Carafa della nronriated out of any money in the treasury body of it many thousand miles in thicknesshas truth.Thd .
I f Spin, of the dukes! ofTraetto, weekly ma- ;not& otherwise appropriated,' for tho suppoit tho frontier posts, two hundred thousand I preserved in good condition, to be purchased no sensible imperfection of transparency, ture =

jordomo of his :Majesty, commendator of his of the army for the year ,ending Ithe thirtiethof dollars. of her present owners. and that he send the the smallest! stars-su small as to be barely great comet of l45d spread terror ,J

: royal order of tho civil merit of Francis! tho June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty For contingencies of the army, twelve I' said ship with every thing pertaining to her dUcernable by 'the aid of a powerful telescope I throughout Europe. 1Iohmmed I had just ;

I First, grand cross of the distinguished royal se\"l'n- thousand dollars. as aforesaid, after being fully repaired and -being distinctly visible through it without I taken Constantinople. ,_ advancing pp. '
For the medical and hospital departments, equipped at ono of the navy yards of the United on Vienna ; and this .blazIng star" was -
I presumed
Spanish order of Charles the Third, great officer For expenses of recruiting, transportation! the least diminution Of brightness. The com
of the order of the legion d'bonneur. gra !i of recruits, three months' extra pay to hon seventy five thousand dollars. I States, back to England under controlof etary vapor being' i5illte only as it is illuminated to foretell his complete? mt ea Pop

cross of the order of St. Michael of Baviera, commissioned officers,musicians, and privates For contiuget expenses of the Adjutant thd Secretary of tho Navy, with a request i by the sun, it is supposed that when the Calixtus II. alarmed for his own safety

grand cross of the Florentine order of the on reenlistment, one hundred thousand dollars General's Department, at division and department to her Majesty s goVernment that the United comet arrives at n. certain proximity to the that of unitersal Christendom, by a boll under ..
head quarters, four hundred dol. States be allowed to restore the said! his Pontifical hand excommunicated and
; merit nndcr the title of St. Joseph, grand' may suns portions of this vapor attain so high a
cross of the order d Parma of the merit under For pay of ihe army, three million two lars. ship Resolute" to her Majesty's service temperature from exposure:' to the sun's heat, exercised both lohamme II and the comet

the title of St. Ludovico, grand cross of hundred and seventy fiver thousand one hun For compensation of the clerk and messen- and for the purchase of said ship aud her appurtenance that it becomes entirely transparent and invisible But alas, against the comet or tht '
ger in the office of the commanding general, *, as aforesaid, the sum of forty conquerer did tho bull avail aught. It was
the Brazilian order of the rose, provisionally dred and seventy dollars. just as steam at the moment of its escape
charged: with the portfolio of foreign affairs ; For commutation of officers'subsistence, two thousand dollars. I thousand dollars, or so much thereof as maybe from tho boiler, and before its condensation, at this time that the Pope ordained that the
I For contingent expenses of tho officeof required, is hereby appropriated: to bo bells of Catholic churches should be At
and sad plenipotentiaries, after having exchanged : six hundred and sixty one thousand nine hun is transparent! and invisible. This accountsfor rang
their full powers, found i il good and : dred and sixty seven dollars. the commanding general, three hundred i idanars. paid out of any money In the treasury not the circumstance that the size of the head noon-possibly to scare the stellar in vader-

tlue form, have concluded and signed the fol. I, For commutation of forage for officers' otherwise appropriated.Approved of a comet ia apparently diminished as it nears which custom of bell ringing is still continued. .
For arrrtamontoffortifications: one hundredand Aug. 28, 1850.Xo. .
hundred and thousand
lowing articles: !! hrsoes onn twenty two tho sun.

Article 1. i three hundred and four dollars. twenty five thousand dollars. In shape scarce any two comets are alike. Of all the tag suppositions chapter of( ac
for officers' For ordnance, ordnance stores, and sup I [ 2.] A revolution authorizing the Acceptance i that collision between
For payment in lien of clothing Very often one of these bodies alters in appearance cdent a the earth
The two high contracting parties recog horse of certain Jledals from Foreign Governments. :
for the
servants, thirty nine thousand four hundred plies, inducing equipments ti> An extraordinary! degree, in a seems..to be the .Feast.probable.
nise as permanent and immutable the following mounted regiments, two hundred and three Resolved by the Senate and House of.
short Astronomers do not
and dollars. marvelously time pretend to deny the
principles, to wit : 1st, That free ships forty thousand dollars. Representatives of tho United States of America pose
For subsistence In kind, one million nine Also, many comets have two or more tails, sibility of such occurrence. Two cQnd(.
male! free goods; ihat is to say, that the effects the of the in Congress assembled, That Surgeon -
For current ordnance
citizens hundred and eighty nine thousand eight hun- expenses tho number of these appendages have been tions however, n elar1 to b fulfilled hi or
or goods belonging to subjects or hundred Thomas Williamson and Passed Assistant
thousand
service dollars.
bred and thirty four dollars.! one known to range as high as six. The cometof der to bring about a collision fla Tho path
of a power or State at war are free from For the manufacture of at the national Surgeon James F. Harrison, of the Uni.
and confiscation when found For clothing for the army, Camp, and gar arms 1807 had two such tails, which at various of,the comet must at some point.interiectthat
capture on bundled and four armories, two hundred and fifty thounsanddollars. ted States Navy, be and they are hereby authorized of the earth. 2d That
Loardof'leutral vessels, with the exception rison equipage, six twenty to the gold medals recently times have assumed quite different shapes. ,. two bie matt
articles contraband of 2d That the dtousand eight hundred and thirty three dollars accept The comet cf 1774 had no less than six arrive at, the point .of intersection ( tsmcttime.
war. of France.
the
them
property neutrals'on board an enemy's vessel and fifty seven cents) To eflablo Thomas II. Barlow, of Kentucky awarded SEC. 2!to And be by it furthpr Emperor resolved, That fully developed tails. Their edges were' splendidly ;Tn'fact/wej.liav: : ilnpo (ha, word of*

w is not to confiscation unless the Eor the regular ,supplies of the Quarter to manufacture one of his newly in- defined. The middle wasrather feebly disluagrmEttd l astronomer that allowing tha
I subject M. F. of the United States
bo contraband of maste Department, cppsisting of fuel for vented rifle cannon, for the purpose of testingthe Lieutenant Maury, lighted. The space between was as dark as number.of comets'passing within the *
same They authorized ert'
war. and he is to
engage Navbe ac.
to apply these to the the officers, enlisted men,. guard, ho-pitaU, feasibility of their use in the military or hereby the rest of the firmament.So orbit,fo bo'hO greatest Imaginable,. ..
principles commerce medals to
and navigation of all such and Statesas storehouses, and offices; forage in kind for naval service? of tho country, three thousand cept the gold recently of Prussia presented and Holland much of the naturo of comets. Their magnitude.ftbeso! comets_ alo to be the

shall them powers their'' the horses, mules, and oxen of the quarter dollars to be paid to said Barlow from time him by the governments motions are very eccentric. Their speed it greatest'ccrpceivaqle! .pf inch .the chan-
consent to adopt of Bremen.
on partas and the
master's department, at the several post and to time, as he progresses with the manufacture republio found to increase largely as they near the son, eel against i a collision.of the
and immutable. "it. any
permanent: stations, and with the armies in the field i for of tho same : Provided, That said can- Approved, Aug. 30: 1850. and.decrease as they depart upon their courses individflaVppmtt would still b er, ban.dredand .
Article 2.Thetvo of non'shall not be of less calibre than a twelve millions '*
the horses of the, two regiments dragoons, through apace ; eJghiy.fl.ne to one. That

% high contratfng parties reserve the two regiments of cavalry, the regimentof pounder : And provided further That the [No. 3.1 A Resolution allowing Doctor It K. 1Cane Planets near which they pass on their coarse is to sav'tbCchncsThat the comet at present ..

themselves {cooie to au ulterior undeifctan- mounted riflemen, the companies of light said Barlow shall! give good and sufficient and the Officers associated{ with him in their late seem to attract these nebular bodies, and (tI)has ,cxfttctecTwiH ra against oar'.plaoent: Bra

ding as circumstances may require with 'regard artillery, and such companies ol infantry as security to the Secretary of War for' the Expedition to the Arctic EMS. in search of Sir often produce material alterations I in the line a two, hundred .and mIIQD'

to the; application and extention to be may! be mounted and for.lhe authorized number faithful expenditure of the money hereby appropriated John Franklin from tt tbfJ accept!GtJvefmntnt arch Token of Great of Acinowledgetnfenl Britain- of their orbils. They do not, however, pro. against one.. ,One can hardly tl.pn.

given, if there' be any cause for it, to theprinciples of officers' horses. when serving in the in (be construction of said can- ts it may please to present.Vbereas duce any corresponding alterations in th<* ,. What would be fhe.conqaenc: ur.a ollision .

laid down in the first article. But field and at the outposts; of straw for soldiers non. ,\ the President of the United States motion of the planets, which fact goes to con no'60f. I bi able.tq,foretellDelambre ,

they declare from'this' time that they'will beddiug, and of stationery including For Arsenals, includihg1 the 'parcha ",of has communicated to Congress a request firm the supposition that their matter.is cx.ceedingly ,tells qi that'tha i poms't l. rlT

take the stipulations contained in said'article company and other blank books for,the army, sites for now arsenals of deposit in Texas, from the Government cit Great Britain that light d.aparotIs.. ... passed between, ,Jupl .r.a tJd-atl

lit as a rule} 'whenever' 'it shall become' a certificates for discharged soldiers, blank and New Mexico, and (lor the erection of suit- permission should be given"by this Government The periodic re.Tolmloris i !about& the son are out eanisng apyvJK.rwible( o: Sir

question, to judge' of the rights of neutali. forms for the pay and quatter masters departments able magazines and other arsenal buildingsin allowing, .Doctor Elisha. K.. Kane a accomplished in Very various: times-from John ,HeWhsI'tStji' ,' I express ',r.ta:

tJ' ; ,and for the printing; of division and Texas California; Washington or Passed Assistant Surgeon in the Navy of the five:years, the period of Mewier's! .comet, to. I d taU, ..bf a large a caa

Article 3.- : department orders, army regulations, and re. Oregon Territory, and ia New' l\fE\xico.two United State?, and' the, officers who were hundreds,and even thousands pf years, the ( '0y ,We>'(of It,oa.Jr j of a-few

It is agr ed"by the high contracting parties, port, "one million! and ten thousand dol. i hundred and thiitjr thousand one hundred and with hlrti in his late, expedition;: td the Arctic periods of others which have b en..obf rred, pounds of ..t and pferbap only a few

Nit All'natknswhjejshal'( may consent : fifty seven dollars. seas in search'of.Sir John Franklin( accept' and whose orbits have been cotited. It ounces.* .r'( Y

to .arcfde fo'the'rales o(The, rkt articln" of lars.For the incidental, expenses of the Quartermasters I For repairs and Improvements and new from'the* Government of Great Britain some i is, however, an established! */fllc',; 'di t,at each Some pb1os pYi1ppOs..d tfeat t&. "

AK'conmiti m, bj aformjjdeclahfop, ( slipui department! .consisting of postage on machinery Harper's Ferry, thirty eight token of thankfulness," 'and as memorial revolution' of a comet !\bout th, sun, ;it approaches matter or a: eqrnet I is ,a..poisonous vapor, and>.

!lP.l1"g!!! l "bs* \"(' tshall enjoy' the rights letters and packets received and sent by Ofi -> I thousand eight hundred and ninety two dol- of tho sense entertained bj that :Governmentof" nearer: J that. luminary. And from that'itaqWpn with! earth-waald poisonosr4tmotpb .

:f.::"' { fr'n itich 'ceSling_ a. they shall cera of the army>n public service; expenses lars.For theie arduous and 'generou services", in this some,spectrfaiHe t .astronomers) have.been: .re.aad ttpfcjfxiale all'breathing;'

.,e '''' ,y<'I). ,,:ld 1 nr> ...r\-ed bv the two powers of courts mHrUal'nnd eoftrU!? Inquiry, including repairs and new machinery at Spring that behalf- led Jo suppose that ,flnallthe comet, Ina.combing' tnfnge.: "-Other! ,Juwe. ''p cufat d.. upou. tbs

"{r .(!:'tj.f.'et-iviAitioii.! Yhey shall mobMy -- the addlti compensation to judge'advocatei field armory, Massachusetts, thirty tight thou Be It therefore resolved bjr the Senate and! to the attraction. ,of the sun, MU probability'cifsh .a..meeting producing in- .

Iw (.mDiiicafe 10 e kch other the results of : recorders,' members, and witnesses, sand dollars. HouM Representatives of the United States into that body ;' and that ,comets wete, in oih.m'1eu.raI! deiajte._ WhUton endeatorevi.

Uie: steps wWeh< mar' be, taken PQ thent. snb- while on that service, under the act of March.idl'enlh For'the completion, including water wh.flla of Am riea in Congress' assemoled, That fact, intended by (the Creator AS fuel! where to, p'cwthzt1bcBtblir'al Ihgs wuatql.lircdnei'yort. -

) : eighteen hundred and IMTO; -extra ant ''urting' of the new water shops, grading rongr.u !hereby eonnnts-thst Dr.1 Elftha K. I wifft'to fed fIts flrti of thai illuminator 6r o'- the father vi i.i'oft.I



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. 1u:4 *'Ofl (-f of l 8'\ A.toz.3izin: \\etn:; too, Senator Donel&H, at Sprlngflcld, IlllnoU. the legal fliithoritic; of any Ktatrpt Teiritory towthLoffenJsia1ia1.sb ht-gi.Iuti :e tilli.l oftrt'cellln ytitrit.itUtC I 0 our I i\c *e. A'- TioTcftt"- and- de -trn tlre Y" ftorra '*
? n the right pasd ,,
ak&flAllaL
- the ciKh "orchi11v We will add, in O ii u4otko e2tzrfrom tIMleer; servants.As eWnsLinglon r
a comet *; and punished. Undet that law persons lm\i- been rnrily nnioiig us with their doihcstie City a fw days ipre. Tli* fM-
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- tb ttiti4thoi1.ics was on a visit to the capitol of his State, the 12th ftrhraka other Territories we will, on fornur ocfiiMon.thisbbfrnl ;poliev will Io it
nf"tKe iige iii. hnsiroue __-_ a__'.___'-'- '- arrested, in Kansas, an North. It would say* it jf rertK-tnbend ly our citiz.n
pnyHciiil astronomy r ultimo nnd when he made his first effort their rga1 "zation ftitorie*, and hanged would )je nJvantAg oiis to the
as fiit RS to nay the enrlh. in coming into eolj'uion yherc great prior to e us T iif.luce the Qenltlipotthin of our Southern bretlirrtt ; About half-paM two o'clock ,h. city It ni tnn,
for their crime-. The law of17tl<> hn sole and esftluive '
the canvas.The i iswijrfy
witli a comet, wi&dd b no more affected in FJUtfee Presidential speech coinf,4imoiif and sptntl the saintlier, so by Hack Una: .tbreatesing iloi.OV,
n
other ilL v 'fa loruljf to lIOrtly ftfl:
juiidietion.
its stability tlmn would) milxv.-iy train coming in to be red hv everypntriot in the laud.- herefJSK '1.lt'>nrtrtntl-'biw j. 1 1 .fcot and eneriatinjif.Iir-tlteif'v-'vii tountry, M> pleas- irliieh; livid fliulies of lightning IMitnl lm

< .4ttflet with) n th ." \\f < \ j.* i' ; Itt iinMjput Mtti concisengsf and irrefragable logic'tltjMpollt UtaJF5'ou give |a"the &nep <"o jB-iiment f41ien1trt1iatts 1fi'Zlt dud delightful in our; *. They '%OUIii. 5h "fnt.d tlltri'i followed by frightful heals of >
AS the) whTrn nre nw *xeitliff ltenvl" beautiful thnudfr.

to oomcts be the Dfeinpiratfej thcbthuliiludtetlo oterTl.eBcnatpr ; il sruinin'cr roidencts on the *ht>re8 of our Uf
thartho&jfl ucloplcd( by great itrlsdietioii
iii in America and jfc irope] two hnve"T>cei jiolurd mer.- and lakes. ''Tlu-y would upend th r'money Krccts, \ hieh an hour J'tcvioiuJy w 'rwitJ

by artronomers iiiec the b innjgg of the party, iitho 8injI tli'
he would do
that
'I'1'ed limself 'whc
I rant vtr. The iir-t* knownjis DArret'r4isIt which tow 'octtipyitne pubTk.mjpd. JHe iiiteft-oui-seand society. And, beyond all and abbve I to be fren were hurrying to ; ,
were n
t'le>ce pJe eomet, conccrnin'wbJO9c\jW>vci5ltnt8 : ('r'(congratulated" his henrtrSbnthc 'peedy settltir.ent -, las; dnfy by I'tnli a.s he- had by Kansas and ..Nebraska I nil considerations it would teiidmore than all other plact- Of
little >f in1*re Lot this
lu- would introduce bill contvliJale sw ,
I of the affair* of Kansas through the silint"but uid thnt a embodying cnu.se* ]put t >g.-thcjtOfcintnt und pf j.Wn
'iscoveutl on the IfctJi Mareh Jaft. by M. Bni-hu nvcnnersWng t100d4
: Male Pvziiiylvania f dn't',0
(
of he had out. Jit publicof Svvtrtlu'n dent
1 cHVctixe ration of the ballot box. And he the course policy pointed i/rnit
k .f Berlin, i is also invisible to the naked crc'. TvhobstTvers opi the
l.ctsth.a; stAte1 of feeling be cultivaled nt that the J ou cs across the nyriiuc could -
) stae that no nucleus ia "ViMbTe in (hiew on the cwmics of thr.t mode of ?t tiling tl.e The DcmoT.itie party hold to this doctrine as it believe be u i ilingiiiKJiecl.
North, und We !solemnly hitrewtnil4 I Then come the rain wetinlslrevts \
its centre, and that it is of nearly uniform in brightness question -f ithixvryhitth* Territory tJio.fearful re.-. regard*this diabolical vhuri-h and traitor community no more effort te> -.xteiid tht institution of slavery elr.ps. ( the

tliroughout. It* ccina to Lea' "unll" and- unimportant -* t-ponihility whii-h would attach to thi-ir blind nnd I in I'tah nnd it, like Senator Douglas) has the not; into territory north of th- old l liii- *>f the )MiusouriI and pave-im-nt., and pattering mniin.t "
body. I \ would hart- ?n're Kunsmjconj w5mi6w( and then Le hail, at first
implieit confidence in the I oldnts.-] wisdom, aid: Compromise' 1. nall, but .
obstinate thon-ehc .
refusal cxcrcisi lint *
It is the great comet of 1S5C. w"io e return i TALLAIIASSEI : to right South
j troxer-ies We bt-liexe (he people of (Ihe prwnrd > qt\ie-lArgK.iiieof( th. ,
Mone
looked for lurin;: the present mouth (-June,) and -- -- -- Hewn* confident that the people of the 'ft'ri'tory! firinnp.s3 of thll'red'Ilt, that he will move straight would be content with their oxvn natufnl dve6piicnt assured pf tl.j'h1; '
liOBe advent has excited the fears pf the irnorantkinl forxvard in the path of tluts.Ve know, that aided we are wcigln-1 from half a * f \ to
I ( SATCKDAY, .tTLY 1, 1837.Tlie vo\ild perform, their duty in a manner gratifying s-outhwnrd, leaving the temperate rcjjious e> Tlie futcit the aliettintl.
credulous in various jwrts' of the woild. AsIrouioniers -- -_- to the heart of fricuiJ of the Constitution by the counsel of such patriotic men ll Senator the North and "WV&t to be plnn e e-xcry
noticed thnt the comet of 126-1 rei.ernb1vdexceedingly free Thi unfovtnrinte controversy .I did ntl h tnore lhaii half nn hour andshort
of the State .
he will ( only.
in it* march that"which.h.ad ro alarmed render i? referred to an ir.tercMiner.cing ,. : and the I'nloii It will be seen that Senator; J'oi'g.l'S !' ,- Dougl!*, nnd by the full consent, extirpate Kanu in opinion, ha' I e-f ilit. Iioueta *te 'n lllllk

I Charles V., in 1G5G. They attributed to that comet artiele rn the fin-t jnjro, repetii:: : li: i"Cs ii".. a i II.-H 1 Iiee-n insinuated in HIIIKijtiiir- this foul plot find e\pel from our' National domain I grown more respecting out of bcliof on the pnrt our of the people spnee were unre-of.-d, trtr< up.roctftI .
and
of }
a period of two hundred and ninety-two years, and comets.We : t ti-r*. f.ivor: the idea that t the Ii'mocraey haxe t; ktn this obcccne abomination) of Mornioniiu.j I of the South, that it xx-n neee-wwiry to fortify themMrlves 1 J stripped their fruit end fvVwgt( eii
predicted its return in IS IS. But in 1818 no'nrnd. ----' the encroachment of the fanaticism ney' bluwft dOTn.ml/ fWsnnJi of pane* of
fillet lo t tli' result of t the dcci-ion but (hat I nguinst gkia
only
( us ?
waited think
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appeared. Tlic world hns patiently I j Northern Depticravy-Noble Senlliiicntw.We nduniu
of the- North, than nny rsal desire to possess that l-roki-n. Many animal ;raiettd| ] t
ing that the pcrtuibatinj influences of other plants stated in a former i'qu' of thisjoij.fr ti ;it thy hits Vt' -i-i'urutl to the piojile (oppoiunity( ofexprr.sinjj their
them that
know not, I the New Orleim) C'ommtrcittlHiiUftin territory. Let the North con'.iii-e | ansi a promising <*as
might retard its movements some yearM. *- P. B. Clajt n, K-<]., hud resigned his situation a? : their hoin-st ronx it-lion? 011 thia t>ul j ji tin fays domestic institutions are not in danger, and that many crop Vitsilyo dt-it-j
,:. nomine hat calculated a, delay of tcu years Sc'niinrv.Ve when xve haxe seen an article containing : little alarm was felt by our citizens. Sthe.!
Asf-HnntTenrher, in the City are authorircd n i oiii-titutior.; :! nininr.tcnator :: their jus-l rights under the constitution will be se-
from the rffee-ts of the planets; Jupiter. Saturn, t'ran- to Mute that he has vithdrattn iiis letter I'oucl.ia thn xhulicatcd the propriety ; nobler sentiment*, or I breathing a spirit of more secured to them, und this struggle for dominion I gathered together their children, and f tlj<

i:*, Neptune, the Earth Venus and Mars. But there t genuine pal ri'tislli and fraternal I hnnnmiy, than the north of the true climatic limit of slavery will their uttuost endeavors to quiet the
remnin* an uncertainty of two vents, more or let*. of rericnativn, r.nn-d apprehens.1
I folio wing from the Deinnrfalic fitainfartl, piibli.-hul [ of their fttmilies. Some cried
f> to its next return, bich otherw ibe would take for re-appoir.tment. 31 r. t'lnyton? has mnd an eflieicnt ; S.-olt iifc. Sfoine of his remirL on the obligation cene.We are aware (that xve have uttered 1-old thought*. out, "The ism.-4
of "
It it
place] in 1858. Thus the comet ought to reappesrbctweeH inttni. ti r : r.r.-l lie has ninny frkr.d- who t3efire of the itizcjj to obey the fundamental law, might at Concord New Hampshire. woithy a in this attiele.e ba11 denounced by the abolitionist | come at loft ; whilst others declared (hat it wa$

the present time and 1800; but nothing that ho MioulJ be continued iu his present position. ; be applicable in quarter* where the Black UepuMicau" I whole-souled patriot, of a full-grown man. When and censured by the tender tutu timid j>olitici.in. 1 too late for the comet, and it wm only iu tail"_

whatever} authorizes any one to aflirm that it i to I we glanced over it we concluded to clip several But, we have uttered the words of truth | It was not until the torm had c ' thi vear more than in 1S58, or in 1859' or in putty show n> little res-prct for t the Constitution rage, nnj
come I I in the ansi We have the sentiments
-- paragraph* from it, but making n(tempt we ju-tiee. expressed upon : the sun had shone forth, that quiet was
, 18CO.) of (heir State- i thy do for that of (the tc'tOtcj
ar which harmony
i the prevalence only of can
The main Trunk.Th find to withhold peace
could we were willing
nothing The
of the
Meantime a Belgian almanac mnki r took the and fraternity Lc restored to cur beloved, appearance city after the 'sJurm W3j

matter in hand, and predicted that this comet would <- Tallahassee; Floridian it Journal, nf di<- iii'th UnioniHe from our readers, ami w e therefore give it them anittrhlge'l. country. It 5 is, in our judgment time for the e-an- certainly frightful. The streets were eorerf,! *[&

t. etrike thc cnrth on the 13th of .Tv.ie. From thi* I ir.-t., ohn'nii-l, the f il ure.f the Main Trunk Il.iil: s-rnil before she opinion of the Court wni: r<'-- .' It will be perused we know with feelings did! and rra9/ nnbl .' inca of (lie North to look this ;I hail-ston-a, of all shapes and slr.vf, and the
gentleman's almanac prediction have come nil t)IK- We way full It is time for the of !
iiltb.htcti)1i.Vc hail it in theface.. men
mutter
lint had of unalloyed : as another and lirnbd of ansi
mchtli -ision
rumors, alarms and excitements of the present yrnr. I entertains but little, if nuy nH'ectioii for the in w pnp .r report, ( ; l-efii I trees ; the gutters were swollen t.
wealth who have the stake in the -
t A Pari* correspondni writes : Tor afortnight we I .\. c t G. Ivjdlrond, aiulonld iait be inoousi: lable if iiiii'l'n! fii-reo oiisl\irrht; had been tnnd, not only : indication of I the return of the era of good of order and trnncMiility gre-n.te to set their prevalence facts I the size of small river- Th- President gm-n-In,,,

able without hearing the i irfiirmation eoirett. and the project t really I tlint Jjonoi-eil, tribiiiml rollcctively I but thoicr I nnd the old between the North
have not been totop out \\as upon feelings sympathies sternly against this spirit ol fanaticism, which threatens (ic, were nearly destroyed, ansi the damage to i hi
i the c-n-l ofthe woildl full ui'it"l. 15ut he ij miMakcn----not only in the !- on.il and )1.rirIt4' e-haractPMof th<* jiulees weie *
Here a t seription ] .
cry. : ; nnd South which we have on lire icus ?eccanons notui'J to introduce the reign of anarchy and chaos into I garden has not been avcrtalced.
. of tlie comet of June 13, only one son !' lVt the itcticji of the B. it: F. Hniroid! : ('4'inpanyifthrv l/ittcilv t and inalitjnantiy a.s.iileel a iid l xiilitirr1.Kveli Let such who claim to be fully The roof ,,f
Let the whit SiieiOtV. men conservatives -
wouM l.i\e : t the Veneniblc and 31.iLls,' 1IIIVI Ju.tlcewho : fts fawning. spirit pcrvudesthisniticle the White Hoaee" was somewhat
;
Women have i: ie<*arrieil : <-rop< hnve been nt glee- s-houM! reftipo to oomprotnUe theiiiFvlverf the i-ide of damaged, and a
plant W>OH TRVE coxSKRVATHM -
. ted : wills have ln-en made! ; comet proof suits of upon"the work, but in the ol.joct I!hid, Main Trunk for forty ye.-ir-s had goxi-rind; the county and the fimj a fittlttjf rcfiponse ill the Jit-art ofev -that conservatism whieh the number of lights were broken. The fky-Iight of

. ? have bt'n invented A <- life infiur.inee was doigiicdtw acicsiiijilith. He fCclilS to regard 1 Ixiich in hi.s rapacity ns law ziv.r ; e\eii lie, with in the- Stitit h. The Southern I' : protects I
clothing
; omeiry I the th
. I ry I patriot pre'sdiouhl I libcrll'-s of the people, the order of "oe-icty, the instititt'Oni. capitol, glass of wlneh i-s tiiree.-t-ighith fait
, company (premiunv jwiyr.l'le iu ouiance) it ;:? an enerpil{ e m t1 i n uj by t!hid. Lejri-latuiv f fi'r i the sf.ovr* of fijrhty wiisUr*. upon his ventr..ble I I
shoxv the and the
] it extensive circulation (o of the government ensure* true inch itt thickness
give
lias been created ; nr.d our Man about Town" !. ;- the e' p.'eisl I benrfit of the town of Hrr.n T\irk : but i h--id.i 1 and* I experience of i. -.iriviu- iitury of wi- was completely riddled, and. b'.t

L fancied himself w lkinc the! street* with a vtrit.iblcMazinp iftuclmre his view!*. h his c.Ttninly invesliiratvl: .1I ili.m ansi lejriiing : I--, than whom .1 purer patriot, people of the South that the North, co fur from being progriof the country. I for the prompt! action of Captain Ihinningtcn. coasiderable -

star-all l
Liege thoujrht proper to imert, under the wekojiimeneinjj If he will 1 tit notice the location of th i-t.a.l adesitrnated ha llvnl ; t th" man: co high a nil pure in hii* gri-ut love of the whole country doe] them honor. Valid it v County Railroad Jloiidx.IMI'OKTANT I the C.'ngr
June 13, ..Aboutthitimcexpecta in the charter he will be iti.-ticd tijat office, wn*. selected by these malicioUt: an-he-rs who t DEC1.tuN( BV THH UNITED gTATF.C'IKCUIT carf t on tli!
such the writer of thUart'ch. that
It is from t
eeuet.--Jarptr'e II eckly. i the people of Southern Georgia were to be the ,-peclal I ,lefi\- nil law, f.sitlit'ir mo=t enventiined shaft; and men a rs COCJT.I I floor of the library "ft ill have to be taken up l>otntxvcniyfive

beneficiari in the siic.' -rs of the nieaMiie, mid I t thi-'irmo-t xv'nk'-d and malignant ( nluity. After our noisy, meridional extremist would gravely nil l The Jowrtal dcel'ion to thirty pane of glass were broken

Co4. '*juideee rfthe Charleston Courier. I the town of Brunswick only secondarily. And suth I ji.-i' "ng' a high nnd i b'-autiful t'll hgi uni ujjon I the I vise the Southern States to cut loo e. The fact is I Indiiin.ipolii ptib1iluthe and cracked in the

NEW YORK, June 20.Jon. being the ciis-e, the people for \vhoiii the State's n.u- I it hi-r judgeand !.'M-anting I upmi I the terrible re1sult the ultraists of both coction have reeeived mueh t of the Circuit Court of the fniteil Mates of Indi- I! sky-light of the House czteu.t >nand ,

nificence wa* it.teiiiicdvill nir permit the din e- that iniirt ( s-t'taililv enSUe should I tin- I treasonable ann in the ease of Da id Wallace ngain-t the from five to aix in the sky-light "f the Senate
"Walker continues to be t'e lion" of the more intention I ban their importance in Bcnsc
(
I : I tory of the l. t F. Kailroad: Con ]>nny, if t they sJiotil.l eoun-el*. of tl.e; lenlr: <: of the 1'epublienn" pnr1y any I (Coinmi-ioneri' of Knox county, in that State. The I extension. The eky-light of the Capitol workshop
and re'eiresvisitithout number. them dint of indu-i-
town. JlenajB akt-l what i i.s tlure entitle? to. They kicp up by
he to
be folloxvf tl.
be s-o i1ij l-to deprive them of i.t in<-rtiinulliand justifyich demolished
j-o.-c were totally and the
.
trouble. yesterday down heforethe of the nnmher of
but not without went Board Constitution
adoption -
prect-nt
i tremcndou.s hubbub, rai-e dut ansi
indispensable bent'fit?. If a (iirpU'ini.-e! U not a course try n a great ,
toStateu Island to \iit the family effected, b&fore next winter, the "fri'-lntiire will We are vauntingly I t "Kepublican"paper. strive to make people think there 5* sotacthiii"i puruance

tnt( C.of Xowell the Daily, E o.Tiinfs.. well] known Xo as the iu the financial city, notwithstanding i-di-- remove every )h.t ruction to the MiccOShful i-lI(. of I .*, that t :i free jnople an-: to rise in the majesty i dreadful the matter. More! sterling scn-e and geiuine ,- | of a statute cuthori-irg the snme, subsc-ribed |!'J' U, and tight thousand. There la not a whole panp tf

piper their bill niid disMpnte c tfeetually! the gildeiKia>t! of their -trenirth anAL n-i-t at all h.i7ard; tinI'ppli- glass left in the temporary sky-light of the
this relationshipis more f'ui-nt; ithed however manifested in (hi-i (KM) to the capital toek of the Ohio ansi Miskissippi! Capitol
I before cntic of t the t' ci-'nn iii t this rule oflaw in patrioti are nr-
that be s > gorgeimlv floating tlie imagination >n < ta-e a n rotundo. The
' in \ta abn e of the nsueeessful filibuster, than that may of Mr. Welle" tiie owner of the city nn.IHailroad I I thi* country. lie adhi-n-d to t th<- dm I trine I t that t this i' tide than in any dozen of the buncombe tirades Railroad Company, and after the Constitution took j government jre-'n-housea, and all

with which his relation is associated. Jlowc\i-r, of lirunf ick. Js'o, Doctor, tho Main Goxi-rmnent; ia (loxerniiif-nt of lawsnnd every 1 they haxe ever put forth.} But we u ill not e.\t'inl! cffWt, i-ued their bonds with} coupons, for the pay- private green-house were almo completely Je-
has been all for and
to its show conduct how in independent this case a ncw.-p.ipcr effect can be, in Tiunk: has not f.il-d l 1 y a In.r shot-ftnd we hope i .fre'eiind patriotic citi/cn i is-bound I to i uplmld t the | our own rtmnrk*, our object 1 dug nu-re-ly to call I nifnt of tin- stock, in the usual form. The county I I stroyed. The plant* in the government green housi3 -

the l',11Ci,1tt mid Georgia KiihouJ will likiwJMbe supremacy oftl.e l.ixvs at all ha/iirils: and Ii gal i'.t were not seriously injured. The e-f
failed the ii.te-rc-t when they bc- I observatory
its of the and tho- associated to
coupons
opinions, proprietor atti ntion t to' those of ttFCW Hampshire t-otein- j pay
t from what it In
nil
uc-ful.----JJa ihilifi; fjf .lr! .s.Tlie opHiMtion, ct-iiie quarts May.:
<
with them the editor left in charire. durins the ab- j Mich ] iiolitienl iirtitsiuust dixidi-lu-t'.vftn i :I came due, and thi suit wn4 brought to recover the I Senator Douglas wn* completely riddled, and abut
a ciititc-t, :
yeucc of tho chief, Is trying to out lliyniond Kay- I vigilant and intelligent Editor of the 7>..iVLftdjc : the titi.1! of Con-tittition J ( ] nnd t the law-, amithe I pornry Fn.xTrisTv: : or rni. NOI.TII AMI inn SOITII. WeI amount of t the coupon* held by the plaintiff as the I one-third of the glni of Mr. Coreorau'a observatory

inond.Tlitre. is that the! call] A I'//'", has miicoI1l'l j ivd the tenor of the enemies' of all law. Whin thnt eonte-t eomesh I are aware t hat when we contend I that friendship, bearer. The defence rested Eiibtantially on the I wa broken. The Pat -nt ansi Pot Offi es, owing

e-ived by General a rumor Walker flnionp, tince hi many arrival Ktre-? re. article which appeared j in this paper, .umouncinir <> had fnith to 1 CueS that fully nine-tenths of theAimritan I amity and brotlu-ilv love shouldxit between the following ground* : to the quality of (he gla have e-senped without

tot a few have bn front pirFons anxious to have the failure of the M.iin Trunk Hailroad, Avhcn heattribute.1 .toJ. sic would bo found rjllvini I I'I ; under jieoj.l.- of the North and outli, irixiiiir their leiriti- 1. '[hint the subscription wn void!, the county I' R>nch damage At least two thousand pmiej tf
- I our glorion* I baniu r of t the- -trr-( ', a nil at tli ri.r firth malefiuits of kind i'ilici.3 ami leiritimatu I I
j him join, and perhaps authori7 to opc-n wpotiatioa. I : to u. as> above, the disclosure of u tl.'sir' -same inestiiiiable: 1 blessing* that our f >r f.ither.sl ourri-lxes t t to l-oth iehuni-iiti! act.-.1 wexp'rie I ha\ hit' no ML'ht} taii/iake it for mil road purpose*. glass were broken at the Frnith'oniaa Inetitution.A .

: wiili him pcetinp the Meirk-an rntv. in itt I for the iniser.rricire of that c-s.teipri'C. And he i I- l>r.1lll I t'.r-aContiuion$ ( ( -n (C.'nntry-ami a"ox-; I I sure(- *. Wt- nredeiiouriei d by the isltrn.-( 'usu:irs1- f.inat-ci aI '*.. That the bent '. void, hitxinc been iciueduf number of churehewere damaged ; some of
'
anticipated conflict with Spain. From what 1 lunrt r the taking elfevt of the Constitution of 1661.
of further in th other allegation i riiim-nt of I.-ixx *. Bt-nuilli -urIt n flag, with th<; ceii-und 1 the timid them seriously. The hot
piilly misconception <- : it-al abolitionist and by t t (imt-- quite principal l and
\ is that Walker vill l-idc his time far I
probable as I 3. Thnt the coupon* w reoid.. for the xxaut of
iis Niearp jna is concerned, axi.1j.n M'-\i<-o. If heJoes that ve regard the Main Trunk as an enti r" ( i.i-I: it iii l'rt a rid the rb.rinaoof fold} the laxx tinblar.imd i perving polilieiaii( who cures more for t the triumph | poxvt-r to i--un them ex en if the loml* we-re valid. bonriling-house-kerpers will be heavy le>ier ; and
; : on glittering t *, fif his, than j tstt t the ak-m-c of tun*
both Generals Henninjrvn and Wlieat wilipi price gotten up by the Legislature for the especial .. pnrty pivx j principle ( -I. That the law; of the State, submitting indeed but few of our property owner .caie.l lot;
with It is known \Vln re !bn-athej hip f<>o hut fal!< hrf..n uiih -, *. r.Ild; IlIKlUCstioiiabKjllftice.: j .
him. wll that fie!
pretty mnty
of llrtinswick. We do i p by breakage glass damage lie
Win-lit of the town i.ot; or to
.
I \\ I t'e-eI..rti' -i iii-iiili our fcrt.All' j But nexi-i-thel'-ss., xve e-or.tend t lint the t true' -piit:
agents of Frefcidciit Oomunfort. of Mexico are in t the Ci, ir ioiiir- hull nl'7} -rii'v the -lock
"
iiij > > : w a*
freedom's banner t in jug o'er rn. t roofs of their houses. The
and have been nl-out th doubt the rtatrmi'nt of the Arys, that th<> charter 1 of fric-nd.ship and fraternity -houM c\i-t bi-twe-m l'reskstst'f'las\ ; it cstimated -
town fnijnen'lv fecn ; uncoristitutionftl :.ii'J void.Judge .
Jji Fanre Hotel. was granted by the Legislature; for th- brnefit o{ If the Hi jiublitaii" 'fl nv ili-sin to foriMHII! aoi.ti.1 I the people of the Northern aii'l! S'Uthirn State-* of p n* aliout sixty thou nn

: -- the people of>oulhern G4 .'rLria. but unfortunately, ipi: >n li's 1:1 ( ;'od's nirie: : !l.t it i-orne. Tiie t tlii. t-oiiii ileracy. ( Jme- it iiisl l t.xist. Before a nil I Me-Lean I ] )i-iio.-ratie t ] hcaiA-E or O Ic H\N Srr.trn.-Thd' increase of the of Southern Gi-or-ria ur- n people < :
iitiziis of :>!lh! imrti'would rnliv to I the ri--ne.: of the (rnioii, -were lu.itnl niiil iVieiully j'Cople. coupons ; that each of the points raied in the do-

<>'-ean MeamerF navigating the Atlantic ]han recently the jittarK: noi'inouMin the} jmTn-y of the Brun-w irk t iTho l in thi* ilcc-- They Vile vi"">iL'1! 1 i in :: common; e.-iu.-e, and! fi-m-e was iiiisu-tu.inil.lc in J point of hixv ; that the great, tli* hail-itoiits cutticg off unJ bcatui,? JOTI r*
been that is two gre-at principleinvi.lxcd(
: so it manifest some of the lima -< :
great evpo-ed! to foiiiruon ilaiiiri r'Fhty toriiit'lvs,1 I tMihscriiitioii xvasalid nnd! binding on the county ;the: plants that they cannot ) Tl
redefined to 1.ie wtney. The New York Journal IIo.i-l, tlie eo'strolling power of which li:4 everbein.I iojixtrc :-tnt ted I to I be the iiriroiist'tistionality of tin- } uj u }pe--MMv rerttf. ipublie
i ii: the ire..t t-ti uifjJefor freedom Ireedoin for of Knox ; that tin- Court would have compelled
Commerce publi ivs n list of the steamers and is now cotumitte to a Dir' etnry, a insijoritv: 'ifnJioni M5.ouri r-t r'it ti"'l, nnd t I that the jiidgiiiei.t that grounds are covered with green KntisacJthe
4 j tht-iii-elxis! and for postivity. Like a bund of bro- by inamlainiie [the i-ue of thhn.Ls.. had the Com
now engaged in the trade between Kuropeai.d { ifwe are e uTe<'tly 3 iformcd, i.re Northern; oneofn, ero I bloml i-nnnot I berorne a citi/i-n of the I tlurs) th.-v in\t tot ther in council ; likeIrotluid I missioner5 refti-ed ti 'i--uij thnn ; that the subscription 4, limbs of trees beaten otfby the storm.

America line?, an-1, Which whiJi embraces make ro lets imv h..n fourteen"i trip. pcrThe reil )hijitle( like 1 brotlni.* theylept the! of death Indiana of Itdl. was in f.srcicould not be affect-
value of Dnin'wiH tl.au
pror-jK-elivc : is-t.-tte, ; leep prevent their le-ing lighted at night and
CPCHqiifntly -
] > thi ad "
Zi.EUL steamer ClyJ nnicir between (.: < i INpuhluHir: i p.irty: tn jIrt : ujirigbf; 's'I
Ii.getl.. in I th* fi.tiof i'l ih.-it iI-l lllftl.t that the i of bond is
r oj e c-ornirion! trr.ixe. uj-on ane: by : ; : -i-Ue
nmI ( ]acg.iw, :ui.) :t riI ,tInr iiigthr or the iinirieri-ial w alf jut -r'-t' d ( nn!>.iiiits.: tri-a-on.ible b "nfamiMH and di-graei the uy! was shrouded ir. alriu-st iinpciu-
I ('Ii''li 85 t ; : totl.e Strife, after I til'- I l.lttkWillortof XVotu They net inhibited by the) Mate Constitution, which only
I rsn-i.nt rt -...inerre not included: in ti.is li.-t.-- Tlie Aryi ialo in errorih ref r<--iie: t.i the t-.tLlr darkness.Portunatily .
Iit tlun I of tlnir
.1 1A -. tl.ou ; oi\; I cour.try, its liberlioimp' sipplii to aubM-i-'ptioii-niade after the Constitution1'iok

Tuo lion aggrerat of is ui quite five*urt'uin} to allow n enl i.la- jMisit!<.n "f Mr. Well* in thii matter. Wo d< ii\e : it I'-gnr-l; th'- IT!< .IPII;:' ''' tls-, jihr.T-e In ''IirlKclirat ;, -iHle-1, a i'T; the irivat ,, ,.[ fr which they imitiinlly I i-ffecf ; nor niiild t the Coii-titution affect t these the storm was j.t't wiJe pr.-ad.

upwards amiihip departures I'rek rtli.OUsource ihat !ln I plo'L"'il! t tl I fir liv s. I his jr fortun *, ai-l tliNK *r I ori'is, (-Vt-li if bonds, t-re nann-d I in its prohibition, : Ilain
v from America to Europe, and au equal mnn1er the ii'.f'-rinalifn frun! a : : -, t-n : !'>n ol f I rub i p'-n-lftiiee-: I tl-if :-ill HH i: iwi retreat : commenced falling acuiu about six ot-ho-eL.
id freianil .- u.il '' ii'- l hat thirtcntlax -re-il Imiior. Th.t t .is I rue fnitoinSty. I It r.chiev'-d n.< they were not .1 new contract hut merely n ronuMrnatiori '
fiom r.uioj-e to Aiiieri'-a. f oun, no iloubt, \\e far from ej-pot-i ir the sr-r .t&IC of the coriji"in <( jri.s'.1 I on-J t-ontirnied at interval. throughout the night
i-Ifl'liiig coinnii-s In I tliroxxing ou'iiuof : !. !t. the I'tl-ei tit.s 'T I ihv liepublie. and, li'ttn.titt! iiid--! of t th prt-\ii>U!> contract of '.tths.c'rij.-]
t'hall hate 'inf from e.i'-h sid of the AtJan > I _
a daily : :>e prr.pi'tl' n*, i= j-crf"* ft iif />i*, urginir th< ir .. -- m --
I tic the which will tV1.iaufr.ni 'reat I'iiltsiin! nji-.ii.t by that i: < pt'l.'I'J! J.atpint should! e\i r l.axe exite I. tion* tLiit watnade I't4s're (the :id ]itii 1 >n of I the constitution
arrive
ndJepart
from larger New jiortU-Ttof York. The ( stenmcr-at*: joint adoption :r. the) fU'<> of n'aIp.: ;i-...Ll li- i'j j.po-i- ltrstjci.; ( thai tl-e C'lJoi-! t1': !t'. that; :iH" "'lit (Iesul ltit.;( :nflef the irri-.it !battle f.ir fuedoiiivas! won, 4 I tln-ri f"rc both i-uhs.-riptii>naiid btmds : '- In the cae of the L'niteJ S'.ntei t--'. Burfrn,

Ling a got1 ) ermn businesp, and meco.umonly ion ninh! ly the ether dc j.l i trs <.f iso l >i.eit"ryof I I je-etf i'f :i f f'in-i''n po-xi r, 'V s-F.! '. aii'l of i light: ouir'itJo new i i.it-:s i-i.-s-|'-- sewup!! : chin ii.r-s in I the ilntm-tic wire jroteeted! by the I Constitution! of the 1'iiitedM.ites the defendant who was ii Potuiaiter nt Kwinton,

frvj ht i3 carried by passenger the Havre and HIIMf aJiearv the Br--wi.-k: ; "on.l.Col. I. b "l' iiloii-v and i-i Va hiv supei-Biled tiie k'.ii'llxand (hit- btind SItU thrived all their le-gal etTect from
j j' ,
I iu Aiuiiic.t, wire iii1iili-l t to I the mri-e! I 'a.
the liner ;
but -
Liverpool it i is evident that 1L- -- -
: came to hi* eth'ce which had been mailed Fret-port,
Amount rf buit.e*
maintenance cf lanre and quite inadequtotnthe in KniOar.d. j II.n! the I -li\: --l.nlJing fr.imt-r.i; : of I that rod: of loinmon d.inger ; and acrimony, deiiut.cia- to the boiiil-a< a msittcr of convcnienee, and The watches had come in paper l-oxe a'-out four
$, so expensive K t'-Mii K: j.rcr j ai.d; hicut. Col. Wright, of the new tion aii-1 f.iuxxi-d]! until tiie fiu-ilUMe the of the inUn-t that thet
estniiiirement iav< to nt -
.flctt ia addition to the tiling fleet with which iini.iortal$ iirtrittiient I : an I tinfjnnlly t imniort.-il I "ji.- people I j-nymi ; inches square containing no other letter or writirg
npimcnt of Mounted! VoluntefrF have beejf i in thi, < of the I, North ri.1! :South I in-tead of law ) the of
they ar in direct oriM.tition.] The Journnlf that? folioxved it. intended t to iii--linle necroe*. (h -yxxuiil'l a reunriiinij t tar: 'iliittin2' i1tir-t InTt (-ubreription to and Burton took them out anti appropriated tlicrn

i'omiijeree, from which w glean the abore facts city f-r several -lay? pa.st, e'inforrii with the V.cutive \- I haxc- ?aid o, ai.d I Ito)' would not in (lic-Coi.- each oilur as friends ami brother*, sini.d in l.-nttl.- the pi oj'le of the (cminti wns a > alid and binding
to his own uee. Judge Treat decided! that under
vcryjn-tly remarks : ITw this! etrlf.- thernasry < ( jjiattTS ccinnected with, tlie'r' future -titti"ii Ira% o n engi-ucd I thiin I only a.M rx aiits ai.ilJTOpeitV. I army, thriatening husiilily and wurfart- ;i! 'teach i-ras-tflit-iit: _
'r upon oth -r, at thehazirJ of the d -trne-tion of thi- -- the act of 1845 in connection with that of 1325, "thewatcliw
!# of thee -an will rvvntuate. is left fcr the fi;> scrviee. I'i.' I)h-s-i.i i.i{1s ii of I Ill'li! p< Iltb-Iit O.W n* >
ture to deturminr."-liaUitiiarf Patriot.Tlie t mu'le: 1 by wl.ititnn.. the 1 Kiltie* of the Rcvohitiiniw great and irlorioii1'nion, and t tin- sph-ndi'l Miptrptniction Another Murder in TTeniphin.A having been put iu a separate package

--- -0' ; Col. Holers inform u that he hasnrTiinged with S r.- f"IIL'hit I y white huh, i.n-1 I the f'onstitution of civil eovernzicritVhlltlL their fatl.ci.i notorious gambler named Able, of Mcmphi, were not mailal-le matter" within the meaning

A .- Alexandria Gazette rentes the the eommanding oriirer at J-'ort Iiro >ke. f..r the reception ; xv/i* frtii.-x-d by white IUMI, to govern a uation of : jointly founded. Ti n n., we nte nly murdtred, on the 23d ult., a peaceful of the law ; and that the tlt-fndcitt was nut liable
\v hat has thi ftt-linu' and
of conpanie mmb' r'ng <>n1y rixty four white nn n. Hud they inn nded to make the negro produced uiifrieii.lly ansi respectable merchant by the name of Ev-
fcllowiig: thi.untoward ansi We to a under the U. S. Lifor abstracting
f. the i.iplah of t the xxhile iiian, \xould t hiv not haxe perilous state sit thing? prosecution ,
.' Mr. (leo. W. Harris brought us yc-Jerufly m< rnJng men, rank and file, with the understanding that been comp'-P'-d to aholMil.iv 1 I ry I in onlr! to eom- luitatenot t to Kiy that it proceeds entirely fre-m e-r.son, of the same t-ity. llie citizens immediately them from the United States' mails-being only

in a vial of whiskey, a make which came from they jhll be fille assoon thereafter .is practicable.Tl.iiv.ifc I ply with tin Inn uJig'of tlii- I 1'i'cl.iratioa' of [Inde the! injudicious aii'l iinjii-tili.iMe interference by n. took the niatttr in hand-called a meeting and amenable to the laws of the State for the larceny.

the hydrant in the 6trre at the foot of Queen street.Mr arrungeiix nt will tlirow the comti.and ? portion of the people of the North with t the tli-tnes- formed a jury haxing six representatives from each
. lianisbays that he has been in the hal.it uhen tic institutions of the onth. All who have watched -
haili"i the rrible efTert'of thiyst
Our fjthfr I !' *
the field active l hcnilitr *
of
into operations at a p<-r!< nnu ward. Able was found guilty of murder in the
thirsty, and there wa* no pbtts or enp near, of pla- *- rn of si U.iHty, iu slarli ll America, and wisely the ri'e and .r1igres of this controwrt-v cannot DCVOCRATIC Tun urn m LorittvlLtr, JCy.-An election
Ving Ijjs m-juth nudet the nozzle <-f the hydrant, than was bntici[>aled a few day? H iriar'ed; ::- .]ijI-t, it. In|that unluippv countrv. the fail to be lonviiiei-d I that the first agirre-'-iem* touching fir.-t degree for the killing of Lvi-rain. Twelxe i-f took place on Monday in Louisville and adjoining -

nr.d thus drinking. On Tlmrsday.} when in the avt -- Spar.iaidimalitnmated] : with the iifrc-made; him ;- the subjixt (slavery cnme from the North.- (tin- jury xx ere in favor of lynching him, and the territory for Judge t'fthe Court Appeal*,

of drinkinsr in this war. as he got hi* mouth ix-nr Democratic Convention in C cortIa.This his s'qilll-a; fls l look at the fearful coii-efjufnei1.*. At the 1 irth of f the- Republic all the Slate-, with a. balance: for ili.-Ki{ iig e>f him lawfully. A resolution resulted in Democratic In
S and
the iin.l turned the tr snake single ,', ,-d I the i irsMitution of .-laxery. n glorious triumph.
hylraiit tip, a w; inctmring It 5* on ofllic imniulal.lt- la\x >> of Goti. that where ex'-eption poss ? -
after ws-ion of
\eral
leave
body nn iritereMing all the
between ten and twelve inchec in length, an inferior and u -.ipeiior ranininjrle) their blood, i Then there x\ns no i-rusade j>rea<-hed up bythe xva pas-e-d requirinj; ( gambKrsto Louisville the Know Nothing majority Lad iiidled -

vane, out and fell Tn the sink. Mr. IIitriixi, noon <'auominkted on I the 2fith ulf., I hiI I Hon. Joseph the de-eeii'lai.tsahvay- to the ]lowt-r, but never fanatics; of the North acainst the iiibtitiitidii of tu-! city xxithin ten days or forcibly eipelled.The .- from I.S11 what It wa' in November List at

: as he recovered from his urr.xi.euccei dcd in K. Brown of Cherokee County, as 1h r cai.dida't; foiJoviinor. raise tlemelvehto: t t the iii s nor race. I the South., In, i the lapc-e of time, be t-.iu.se felaxervxva : father of Able-n hardened old reprobate, the the Presidential election, down to C64, showing

capturing it." .- (; The Macon Ttlcyrapji) i* 'Ii liglited wiih The wholo UPUC involved in the war now being : from< not profitable in the Northern State.', and no't participator in many bloody tragedies in the West, net loss for the Plug Uglie-a e-f 1,147 The P. U'*.
waired iuiift the (iec-ision of the Supreme Court any superior philarilhropy, sympathy for the
as
the nomination 1 brilliant who driven of Arkansas about
ALIVE is THE Corny.-. t intervals we le.iin from nndpredjcl.su eamj.aignfor \\3 in fax or of nwgro ecpiality on the one hand, and ; negro, or love of just ice nnd humanity, the in-titu-i was out seveneart attempted, when they saw the battle goinga-gsuut

our exchanges that iuilvct-nt if not unfeeling taste the Democracy. Judge Brow) i jc a young m.in, against it on the otlur. Tiie fricndr of the Constitution tion wtisiihol'shtil j in the Nort Ii. And us t the Nor- ago, and xx ho not more than eighteen months since (hem, to resort to their usual method of en rryiug sit

1ms been manifested in the burial of the dead. A not exceeding 33 yar of nir<\ I I and the supremacy of the laws siirtain it, (tluni States got lid of it the spirit of fuimtici killed a young man: from Maryland named Mercer election-by violence.]

0 remarkable cab in point has lately occurred in .-- S nn l every man who quarrel* with it is an amalga- tijion I the ful-ject I began t to grow and increase, until was ordered to leave the city by noon next day. j --- = -
: Hamilton Ohio, where one Vatt'Eckman and not content with the fancied; good it had done at '
comnty Gior.GM \tiMrtT1ON'-lIiifl. Iu\id J. lut mationist domestically,
practically politically
IJaily ,
I The same night n crowd, having a cannon in theirpOS't.I'It The Piw tni8ter Ocnernl, it ia stated, has Blected -
taken ill home, it began to meddle with the affair. of the
the
man, wus
a wealthy violently on morning equality being the corner-stone of ah-
been nominated f of the 15th.; and died, apparently, on the after (diti'IIiIiL people of the South. And I this spirit of fanaticism, ,

noon of the maine Iav. The very next morning the party of the Third DiMriet, sijd l.inton Sl .j ; although blind] uml without! n-n'on, would have Able forcibly therefrom and hang him, but they m.i 51. The contract for carrying it will not be

Ixxly was coffined and jolted in a market wagon to ; has been again nominated by the P jrocrccy of the All this we eijKcted from Senator Iouplns, nn 3 i clone no an.a.1 lui-ehuf if it had not fallen into the were dieuiuled from doing so by the Mayor.Gov. awarded before Thursday.

: a church, vrhera ft funeral E rmon was preached.Tlie .- Seventh Congreioiiiil I'istiict, I to oppo ue X.(I. ; We honor him for it, but we do especially thank hands of unprincipled political demagogues, who > -
choir was about cinin the last hymn when I I saw in it the ladder to and p1atUnder
: Potter, wl-o defeated! l.iin in the l.i-t vKrtioji for him for fpe-akirig I thus boldly and pat ricticitily asto power Walker la ILanss. The Crop* at the Went.
they were interrupted by lou-1 sounds uiid kicks poinjj t their titiit ut-c it !has gruwn to be ;i formidable danger -
on innide the coffin. Grvat 'consteraatiou pie- Congress.Kxteniilou. I the di>poMtion of Utah t and we aecept it a* without and menaced the ptni'C nnd Integrity of the The arrival t'fthic Hon. Robert J. Walker in Kansas The Cleat eland Hi-raid of Saturday huts the fob

vailed among the congregation, and a stampede was -- --- doubt itisi' co-incident with the j-olley and I'iiii.ii. has been signalized by a series of agreeable focial lowing in reference to the crops at the West :

ina'le f,r the door. The clergyman came down ol the South \Vestern IfMllroad.We \iewsof t the Administration.He The position of the South with regard to this unfortunate entertainment*, and a* Topeka he was honored The whole West in now in its loveliest June at

p from bis juilpit, ordered the coffin to be opened, learn fays the Columbia 7'nicn, that the Railroad : thought it was the duty of the Government, controversy has been one of defence and by n Kill. On the luth ini-l., he was to address a tire. The season is late but luxuriant. The backward -

which was speedily Joiuv vhenlt w found Umt 1 from riumtcr city to Cuthbert, has been placed : simply and] in t-hort, to remove Brighatn Young, resistance. They have contended for the right to spring kept vegetation in check and every
the supposed deceased aa not alive and kkkiug be let alone iu the of their institutions meeting nt Big Springs, and after visiting Lecomp-
; only enjoyment own leaf.
under! contract to Ixt tini-hM by 1st October 1858, an-1! all other ollicois of (he Territory who sympathise thing si-ernes to have burst at once into full -
;. tuta: struggling manfully to free himself : with him i in his treason, nt once from office, I and for the enjoyment of the rights conceded ton, sets out to u .it every county in the territory.At During a trip of twelve hundred miles through the

from L.i -to him myfcterions eonlinemeut. The aiid that Prc-Hilent has authorized the Engineer and fiend ..:.blt 1 bold, mifliriehing men I to take their to them in Ibo glcatcinpaci.. of union, the Constitution Topeka. he made a forcible but conciliatory West the where rested on

blood wa flowing freely from his mouth and nose, to contract at once for (the construction often inile-s plnrc Send with them u strong and efficient body of the United States. It is cry probable that unless the Convention sub- eye every "
speech, declaring in
but in ft very few minutes he was able to <>pe&k.- more of the Railroad west of Cuthhtrt on the Dufanla of troops, under exf rieneed ansi able iiflloers, who I that the fort that their institutions had been nssiilod Sweet fieldsamyed living green.
c At the last accounts he'was able to walk about his will be ul'leto the civil offieerb and enforce by the fnn.iticf.and political dcm.igognep of'the init the Constitution to the vote of all the actual In Southern Ohio. Indiana, Illinois, and Central
Branch Koad to be finished, at the time. protect
ro.nL v same the lav. Let us hax'egood men forGovt'rtior,1ttar- North, has prompted them to take measures for resident settlers in Kansas, and the election be fair Miwouri, corn (hough two weeks later than usual.

The Borton Tferald phjlosojihiscs quite corrcctly Thin balanec of the Branch Road to Eufaula, 13 .shal, listrktttornsy and Judges, and then let us their defence, which perhaps: may be regarded asunmisonnble. ly and justly conducted, the Constitution will beandought presented its long "rows of emerald thrifty and

miles, is now being located, and will be put un-ler I there But tliey flail ample apology bhooling upward with a rapidity almost perceptible -
upon"gentrnl! grounds on the above paragraph. I have .1 full and) fair investigation into affairs ; may to be rejected by Congre He declared also furrow .-
in the unjust and senseless) crusade against them as the cultivator turned the rjellovr *
let know reliable and the
contract us by
as so t But; as an exception to the general rule, we think that If thfl Constitution! not submitted to the breadth has
-_- = t actual state of thing* in that Territory. Let us I p reached_ by a portion of the people of the North. was Po potntoes, of which a great everywhere

L it i reasonable to suppose that the short time and A PACIFIC KAILHOAD SciiEMr.-We see by the Oiiitihu : know who imirdcTfd Babbitt, who ma *acrcd Guiinisoii \\ e believe that the chief cause of all the (troubles people he would joiiVlncin in all lawful efforts to been planted. Whrst generally was Inxu-

long rough ,Totid, are the two circumstances which -who ha* been guilty of all the murders and which up threaten thy pcaco of (he country has repudiate it. A lette from Topeka says : riant, and beginning to head. The crop promises
waked the dead. The man in the coffin lias reason I Ki-briskinn! ,, of June loth, that the previous an-oii* and robberies ana every species of crime mainly grown out of (lie fanatical spirit of the w elI. !so of grass and fruit. Barley and rye h.adcd

: we-e-k Col. Orr, of South Carolina, ( eii. Kohin on, that has digrncbd: that Territory for \CAVS past North, upon the subject of slavery fostered and en- Tt i.s universally admitted lure that if the Governor out and top heavy."In .
., to thanVliis'friendii for an attempt 'at .the.tp'eedyfctirial and traitorous politicians. had not boldly faced the danger by coming Central llhnoi*, Indiano, anti Ohio, all kind
h of 1'A., lion. John Covode and Hon. Mr. Brndshaw, I Let in have these facts in an official shape before courngfd liy unprincipled
:; sstem. I member of Jiarber the Prct-ident and Congress; and the country will Topcka, and clearly and distinctly reiterating of crops are some later, but equally promising.
*-' Congress, Pennsylvania, Judge soon lea a that, in the performance of the high und But we have nov arrived nt a point where this his views, that the Constitution should be submit Northern Ohio also gives abundant promise. Th"

Snuff*. of Wiscont4on, Col. Curti of town, member of Con- I foil-inn duty devolving upon the Executive and evil must be arrctted, or we may upprt-htjul the ted to-the whole people, und that they should decide past two weeks have wrought wondrous change

.Af all tl>e detestable, bnoxlou!,, offensive, urinec giess e-lect, Mf. HoMner, of Ohio, Mr. Pierce, f.f Indiana CongiTas, there will bn no vacillating or hesitating most wriom disjistcrs to our country. And how the niattt-r by their ovit \otc, the flumes of The rains have been seasonable and heavy. High
I shall it be arrested V The most obvious method is civil xx-ar would nave' burst out afresh over this prices and scarcity have wt the farmers to work
+u&ty hnd filthy imitations which dear woman isguilty and many other promine-nt pcrsonag visited polity. It will be us prompt as the peal that follows "
of inheriting (toni- fallen, depraved corrupt Omaha examined the town and its vicinity, the Ihwh-tib stern and unyielding as death.I .- a return to the.friendly' social relations with the territory, and eleluged the land again with blood.! with more than usual diligescf. and more ground
b
and wicked mane that of snuff dipping" stands pro- I Should such ablate of things actually exist as we people of (he South which existed: -before and during is in cuitivation-iU over the country titan rer *
and the mouth of Plnttc river and industriously] fields ara
en1nent. Howthc second edition of nn angel, the I are led to infer from (he reports and "such information tho Revolution. Let us cultivate amity and UTAlt.-Gov, Cnmmlnghns already left Washington fore. The indications are that potatO

Htplut ufcr* of heaven's best workmanship, Ui6 idol conferred' with the various interests and corpora. crimes iu an official thape, (he knife must be applied goodwill with our Southern brethren. They are city for Utah, to tkc upon himself the duties of more than doubled in acres. The rot baa dinppeared have I -

cf man,.diamond ofsong, tins gehi of prow, and the tions having in view the construction of the Great to this pestiferous, disgusting cancer, which made of (he same flesh and blood ns we nre. They his 'om'ac. and high price for a yeir. or two part sections

trowning .glory <>fVunnity, can' concentrate rtea Pacific llftilrond, by of the Platte Valley and is gnawing into the very vitals of the body politic are of this same race. They are a* intelligent, cultivated made this crop *' most ysro table one in

or table fpoonful >f Auolvemcd jKJJson that iroujdl way It must be cut out by tle roots and seared over by and enlightened us we art- They are as The Judges and .Iarhn1 will arrive there at the wheire'the yield has been (sir.., ike-tn-

ilj a hpg, deitrq 'a dog,aud prove certain death to Ponth Paw, to the Pacific octan. The company the red-hot iron of n utern and unflinching law. proud }n spirit. They arc as good Christiana. They tame time with him. If the pTeeent uppearajic are a tjp8 of bait

ritty liring animal except n tobaecb worm (if*walleved was organized at a meeting Lcld in Omaha on the Should all'efforts fell to bring them. a sense of have accomplishedw'ive* aba daughters. Let them Among questions to l-e settled by the Judiciary ture, there will be" no lack of food for nian or

) ia* month) which u tlie very essence of nec- 6th inst, by the election of ( Robinson, of Penn their duty, there is but one remedy left. Repeal come among u*. Let them enjoy our hospitalities. are the land lillw !n the Territory. Brighara the coming 'e&r. -
sweetness whose dwell the deli- the law the the that Let them intermarry withus if they desire. Let -
t4rjpe upon lip President Judge Barber of Wisconsin oryanie of Hierrifory pround
sylvania, ; ,
cjousnes of the hooey -comb, is to us totally at Tarinhce Oliio they lire alien ent'miesnrid outlaws, unfit to be citi them scud their children to out school And. let Young has claimed IrWabsoJute title independently Shipment .fB .C CmtUe.Tht .

with all philosophy., reason,i scripture, taste Secretary, and Mr. Hosmef, of ,Treasurer, and tens of Territory, muck Jew ever id become citizens us do away with this foolish and miserable prcju-, of the United States, to the whole Territory, which Cwp**io it J)# fl frat sajMhew b v ; I-

and refinement, and utterly Incomprehenabh?. Wrisl assuincd' the nrinf sbf the Platte Valley, South of one of the free, and'' independent States ofthi dice which we have against their bringing their tiomostic lie hs Mttled, and ah*> to all that he may settle'- I I ready been'shipieI from ,'th,5i pUce thIs year, s'y-

I \ it were a dream, we wMi It "were fl-romance, paS and,Pac'ific J'ailroad1 and Telegraph Company, ,.*. glorioii.i Confcderae-y. To protect them furvthcr servants with them. So far 'ag we are cotcerned He is making settlement at different, points, of cral hundred'beeves frr the Charlestost aurlMt.
in the abstract what is difference between
it not the ) in their, treasonable! and bestial
wiish trn sobutsadreaItypreaenCs vlfli Vcapilil of rfxty imlIl us of dollars. A char disgusting for $ *<"
picture of an angel beauty, with heavenly smile I"i 1 ** 1 1 practices would be a'dSsgracc to theeottntry-adis. a free black man and a-slave-black man?- Mormon communities, with a view to the ulUin'te Tie beercs a'ra dr'rw frequently somstY

V. ro' 4eek the cx of a.zeUe, t.an1in er ct inz1 ter was obtained untlcTtbc, t terriUirlallawH. Tlie grate to humanity' disgrace to civilization and The only difference wo kuow U that tho slave is the, occupation of the wliole1! central region'of the con fore' reaehiB&hwe. where.they we placed on board
length of tlie road to South Pass bc'about one most orderly und well behaved. We do noJL. \vont r'' 5 are huddled -
da.uiig' Iti'Le.rplie.of 11k AjJisgractt tp the spirit of the ntf. Blot it out as ; tinent. I u in a hungry and thirsty condition. They
: dbL1flond her In i cqstly th1rroa thousand tnile-s. one of the urga.ro zed 'TsTrltoriwi wf the- United slaves ourse-lvcs, because our- fathers found they .- '-0 *'_' crowded abite on shipboard and receire
jn i a
chuquepiti stick nlc lj cramped tetweenr _' -. States, what t1n ? 1t,1tfjicS.r4ulated by the were not profitable. But if our Southern brethten4prefer ( reaVDeatrusiIonofl1s l1fanyAeir

white rfngers with sbs od1o. box of: GRORQU Vfntvr w'"Kiw Yoiuc.ne hiinilrfd law of 1T9T), which lis ex't-tusive and role jurisdiction them, let them bring their household servant* Nixv Vor.iv, June i7.AT.hc teaiuer jfosz1ree1was I neither' water nor /ood, pn theTbe'Ch'rUston passage. of da-

; pd he ahtizp. oxer all territory incorporated under withlhcm when they come o tee Ulf inbt ol !of. place
to ; ioIoij. ;o WCP,1hC any burnt ctl4cbec. Khe. hud on IQAtcl
Iut'la4s otriiw wlMUc'TJcorglia 'of yesterday ;
tUf3iOW'k'nu.3 Pr organifcior ipeclkl laW.IJly.thc leaving thc-m nt home. It xvill not ad y'lp.nd' fJiv is our, p
1n.l4.c'4'mdttt.it tn'etls/erflfe Mca the 4a. jn, cui'cIsl1j* Nvrtk: in'- -ew'y::< iTc, t 1 : ptD>Mom < of this law all crimes and mis xe )o the number already existing, nor kvep jueIIKTC. five hundred Scoe1tnuui-grants. of honi three ttuati.'

4' 1' 1 h ;12.v> j5er.boit deiii'iirioreiunuLtc'l Un its.u il c.uv be ivU-d Before in l-oivlage. L t it*, in ihort, thrcugh utir hundred and lifly x cro burnt or Jr'vncs). tough tttak.t .

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ORLEANS : OKfKHCD TO _
,*.tMUNGTON. TmJ'AT. JUDO 23. 1 RA7.liri I I WANTED -
1 CASKS Sides end Shoulders, ca h
lie 1niteJ Notice. E. BARNARD Jr.
hnm has rwopiizeJ )
Young never : it 1 Hem,
r plain I/ND'ERSIQSED/ is ut.w ivmivitig In wutl I ,
t Mirvr vs, but claims powsaoa of all the soil A lit having' demands X FEW COMPANIES : 4 3 Threes THE
P:1"80" apiinst thccst&te of'XX Sugar Cured Hams,
t.'tah. ., : j >ck qf Spring Goo\Is. *fifch; will U l. rge orxlcotnpleti I WILL LlJSTL'L TUa
in : William Duggnr duVHx-d, late of Leon eonnt 1 S-ihdkeil fleet '
,
!ni8 ttf&alteinwto
rw< otoerf the inliabUov' there hold? land tit ;1 are otfied to prewnt tJn-tii to tbe undersigned n'lministrntor 2 Ilbd. choice Brown Sntf'ar, wnieh'lie Oeftj'lth< ) lil-tril discount's ljljTunrtt ; l DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS
: al entctne pml in nil ffrne n
riv >d Government til-! and hene-\ 'n Salt wanted to fill racancios itt the ni!
< by witJiiu the are
linns tip 75
d l Hbl
Ian Etra 1 Flour
prefcri by or an Sirjwrfioe Wll !
O5.
Cur \t to TM i> one if made for CASH. I>. C. > I t TUE OLD sTij !Ift ..3
Lake open prerrpticn. j they Tvill be barred ; and llioe indebted are rcqutsI MnutiU'J neoiunMit Florida Volunteets, 1 White Beam, March >47. 11 '
which the Federnl Courts iii
the to make
prtploxhitViTn immediately. "
1 1ttI >-with I payment to be mustered into the sen ice of tl'e United States I I bird Oil,
he Territory will have to < U>pcth< tsWifhirir orconfirmin" ttl-*> to lands vhii-h nwyVe July 4. '57.; 276vNotice DUGGAK, Adnu'r. as soon ut re]>oited fail!. Cuptaius lu'ing Companies: 2 2 Laid Molasse*, THK LATEST SPRINtS! AND SUMMER OF TT Ifo1Aft, _
1 ,
ilcrhed in purMi m-e.rf I'nited Stab's Ja .s. nml! debiting net vice in this Hegimcut will rapoitt>R!r 1 M.i

It js evprotr-3 tliM thf tm nv ano rixM orhVrr> | Companies with the names; of cominisbigiit'di ubeei I 10 IWf. STYLES
Pik Ci.rc.ep( Cint.macatI I Monroe
when the un.ler.iiu !. stueetsTalleLaui.January .
trill k arc far Utah *n the middle < f July r>r t>n tin: i oigauized to ,
SIX %?H'VAom date 1 will apply to tie IJonoia-: i S. : T. C Di. IO( ERS. : 1lxe L.nai.n. 17. ISfifi. XI .
ifin <*f .Ur(1L <.V>l":! l llwhanlron having de- ) 1 Box To be had at
Smoked
j Beef
Judje of Pfwbi.tc ot Ji.Terbon conntfr let- Col. Mounted, Fla. Volunteers.O'ahi Sugar Cured T.'aP4.
dired the Oovorroif-lslp! < f Nrlia ka, (JoTn r Keg.
;znz-d will rctr.ru to t.w: T iT i"ry rird rcKinehi: > > tcii- of udmin tiatioii on the et.Lte of P. 11. IK-gau, Kl.i. Juue 27, '67. t'ti4fIAMOFFTOTHE June Foi Sale IT.17." CAfiU" by It. H. BKKRY. D. C. WILSON'S. I t CoPaxtnersh1pNotfce. ,
Jcrti6' d late ejiid 24 r
of
coUaU" 4( I"HE undersigned h.iTetSij's ctf/rtufed into arcJL -

T. H. 57. Young
t-Ta.-v fr the S vt'-crn! D; iivt of Oiiio. and pn>b- July 4, 27GwNotice ; .1 nn.l. varied stock of .SPRING and J SUMMEKJODUd : .WHOL SAL! & RETAIL .- .

ably! 'Stanley Matlu-vs v.ill I apj ohiU-d in hiMr. ( to the irwpect of which he invite the : UX9 B.

..1aee.. lu-nciier of.North Ccrniina hag rc-turucd homo SIX months after elate, the undeisigucd, will pre WARS -4 AGAIN I AND Public generally COXSmiA'G: IX PJKTOfj under the name and etyle of

vith the urancc cf 'us r.ppo'nrnjent to th* ftoviiorrhpof j t their accounts and vouchers to the Honorable : SOLICITOR ix EQUITY Chintz, Barege, Grenadine, AMES&LVELV.!

< >\--\\ llexioo: vice Merriwether who Judge of Probate firthe county of Oadjden and I \W1LL practice hi the Courts of the'} EasteMCir- and Organdie Flounced Robe, _

has tendered ln re.-inatIon.'Tio inkttfrVot In October. ask for n final settlement and df-charpe from the a .
will
Contrary to public oxper! U >.< therr has boon of the estate cf Cornelius English, late of to c.if>fl ihr ScrtinclcS! from 1h j (orricB AT OAI.NSVILLE, ALACUVA.rr. CotTT.) Silk Tissues and Crepe de Pari, (THEY be pleated to see their fridj
and at the oh!stantlof D.
,if d Cjliforuia oxorland mail toctnu-t fXT\lc -. JOHN G. SMITH, f REFEljCtK ; whore they will keep a full and general
Aelmif. .te> Printed Lawn*, from 1C to 75 oN,
The various bid'3 >r6 ortbiir fr: j.Is continue to WM H GUN'N, r dcbouiauou. I J. j. LUCAS, 1COL. aorttaentof Article appertaining tifeir
THE I (;u-neral Govcrinient having as-ked the (;ioy J. I). AIKE ,* PVenehScotci! and Amer'n. Ginghams. ol bti&iutrsit U. H. AMES.M. .
irofl'3 prt thdr rpeeivi' In iii. July 4. I 7. 27-Cin : V Charleston, 5. C.FRSIR ne
_ _ <>f this State for an additional French, English, and Amer'n. Pu"i>t', p LIVELY. -
Ci'jiicccc of llu-ir visbinir ly be heard iti'ir'robaHe i \ : d t TiiOMraox, ) Black Poult de Loire, ,

n official dods-ion vill not be made Ltfore the i iflscofthcweck Notice KEGLME3T <}?! YoLVXTEERS, Du.) JA'ur.S.' Joxr-j, Tallahaw.t, Fit. Black Gro de rhine, m Jfinr.arv.- 1. 133C. I _

: |! SIX months nftcr date the undeisi jncd ndtnibiftia- j JuJ) the iaeligiacI being duly authoiizcd by June 6. 67. 2. Black Clialhes. t -krL

Kanvig Klertion. i of the estate James W. Strnnp?, deepr..'. COLONEL ROGERS, For Alpaca' and Bvmbnzniac. iiASFi1J.4LU8
I I.T. late of GaHsdcn county, will present his fioni j I Sale.
ftccounts
.
L"rx' Tu( 'd.Iy. Jnc ]S! to the Judge of Probate of said county nod ask to be I I to raiv a Company to fill up Us Reeimcnt, will be V LIKELY NEGRO MAX about SO years of Linens. I
The LMvcavorlh Journal says th'' twelre rei- j ehbcbarged therefrom rea.ly to receive and enlist VOLUNTEERS for _L \vh
i iE theI age UrDemociatUcamiiduti .4 f ihvt county ha> c l>een [ i said t-vrviee. The enlistment wil1 be for i I Oft'iro- 6. 7.For '.' I1NTS,
june
S. SHEPARD, Atbnr. j ___ > Case and Sheetiuw Linent,
lectedliV aC .nvrasrcof The average Vtf cf _Jltly 4, 1667. 27-6m i six MONTH?-r.vxn anioNs cv THE taia ST.T1'. Fancy Slit ting Linens, .

th* 'Independent candidates \var75.. In Douglas | I Applications be received at Tallahasse until the Sale. Fancy Lmcn ,for Gents and Youths wear. MEWCINES, OIIiST :[ ,
\:>nBty the Penioerulle nouiineef* received an at c- U. S Marshal's Sale r
rCf *ec ofir-5, and the Independent candidates f FirrirTii: OF JULY PROXIMO. lIE subscriber offers f"r stile his res iJL Spring and Summer T/'OULD inform their friends and the publie.th
virtue of several writs of fieri facias i.-sued ,-i-l dcnce situated on Monroe Strict,
,
'I 1. BY All who VoLr.vrEa! arc expected to furnish their i I ; i 2 2OF f T they hnTe! on hand a good atsortmeot oftne
from the Cletks office, at Tallahasiee, iu the and one of the ini..t desirable locations articles as'arc in their line of buiinetknnrl
kept
the nardererof Wen Honsns. generally
Fupt. Hoppp.lins 'd. own
I
ao< j
jnitti t T _ 1
iu the of Tallahassee.
United States District Coin, for the Northern Pisti i City
A hail Morm in Buchanan County, Missouri, on I I5a1rday JOHN PiRKIIILL. will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. TLeii
let f Florida herein O. t Co. and Blow
( w Boydcn < ALSOI ahall be reasonable.
de troved nil the terms
: and killed '
crops come Juno C7 .r 7.
26-1t
; t Mairb. and ulhers. and Eiiiiinuel JI.Fraleigb > v
us'crJrTto4.
< are jtlaintiffs1, EVERV th )
rattle in the licla\ Several] Tallahassee. April 1853.U..
men were injured and
will sell large and well known brick i
; i ia defendant I have levied and will my
upon --
goose
em the first Monday iu August next, between the Schooner? Wm. /A Pctiis My trims will be liberal to a gOod purchaser."l :: ) A LARGE ASsOKTMf.NT oFjENGLISII pI
houis of ten said twer o'clock before the Couit-hou : '
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c U. BROKAWApiil >
From Washington.TVASUIMSTON AND AMERICAN
June 20.-The Cabinet i ie fit door, ill the town of Qasucy, GaeUdcii county, the following r'irPlMs) Fresh Dried Figs, | IS.57._ IC-Sm FRENCH Drs, Robertson & Bond '
pr..nt ) STRAW BONNETS -i.
disciibed jiropeity to-witonc likely q! G ]lJt>xcs Fresh Leinosn, ,
negro
in tlu coisiJc ration of the Mexican TTAVING forinea a co partnership in
Spanish tbftprac'.icof
*nggd woman named Tilda, aged about forty years. Levied 2 Cases Gnava: Jelly, ( Salt Salt TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS
< 'acftion. i t [.1. their profession, offer their service to >Le cit-
| the of said Emanuel 11. Fialeljrh 1 Trail New Dates.
The Admini tmtlou: oors not vutirflv en.jbrs,- upon a i? propeity J ALSO A LAEGE ASSORTMENT < j jr SACKS LIVERPOOL in fine order. cogutry.
and to be sold to said writs of fi fa. AMES LIVELY.. 1 OHO
f ;ovemt'r Wi'kerV ct>ur in KHIIS.-IE. It is believed j jh. cording to law. Mtibfy ac- j J Jir.e 1 5, '57.: 24 1) W w \-/ landing per Times and f'r sale by Fl wers, Artificial", AcM .".! he i is cnoii.i: his instruction?. ton & Hip
iw 1!;: deN AUGhT, ORMOXD A- CO.
11 E. BLACKBURN V. S. Marshal.15v
.
Embroideries Feb. 2d, 'i7 9 tf
"FULTON"FOUNDRY April 4!, 1857. 14
JOHN G. SMITH Mail!
.%jil,oInJiicii1 to I'trliand ev 3IriIco. j Deputy _
Ilieh Valeiicine, Maltese and Hooathon setts of
H't.r/.fr i.. .'" '. Juirf4..-C'ol. Alfud Cuti'ininir,of July 171J_27-tda_ : I'1zt. Rice-Fresh Rice Collars! ,and under Sleeves, Dr. Miles H. Nash

(; .' .'. iI r' itiy ..bt ': Superin1.udt ntsa : "lIE UNDERSIGN! ) be- leave to inform the E'sib'd. niouslin Collars from ct ,
li to
Notice S,00,
f lii-inr. AJT.irs has ivu appiduted Governor of I public that they have nssociated thrnisclvcs in K f\ WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Hire to arrive EmbM. mouAhn Sleeves. OFFERS tare rROKESSIOSALSEnTICIS TO THE CITKKXS Ot

Vfc n It rri'rv. ad; :uj'ud.. 1 HAVE this day associated with me in the inercnntilu L businc-S5, under the name and ptyl-* of t>U in a few days direct from Charleston.: Send TALL..ILSEE AISraUOI'VD1NGCOrTIY.O .

Col John C! Hay.-f Cjilifornia, has been api>"inrcr.tlv busin inv Nephew, LAFAYETTE HKIHKSEY. : in jour orders and have it mitikcd!, you who want. Hats FFlCEwitb Dr. M. Nashinme&atelyeaatoftb.I'ost .
Cardy Baya & Co
t.a .'uivr ; :i '4 1th. (' .l. I wis re- -ALSO150P..ixesofMiinufactuu.I offi <>.
Mifvt-yor: tiitrfli I of the pvMic' ]land? iu CjiliforniM. The bufcinefrs tl.eiofore will be conducted hereafter f"r the purjvisc of following the trade of Founders. r.Jfl TOBACCO at Iiwerpi A LAUGE ASSOUTMEXT OfJen il.-iy 19 1855. 20 lit

ar.-l ivtiil
r- ably ivni 'nii'T'as tli irjlluiit; JackHavb"iif the aini for the pio.-jx' li'y of the New 1I'ue, I be- \voik appertaining to this business. Steam Kngincsfirni..hed New York. For fui-thcr partienliu-s enquire at" t 4 HATS. R.HaBERRY

Ti-jTas; Rniic r.*. ppeak a continuance of tie patronage heretofoic on the to archer and warranted to give &ati&f.iction. I). LAUD, Xc\vj.ot! ,
Geiimil Alral.ajji Rent hi r. "f Xorth: Carolina Old House ?'-> libeiall.1 bestowed by my friends :mdthse Sugar Mills : nd! Ci'-tinr.rs of all kinds trade with I Match 21, '57. 12 Clothing
fonncrlv a inon:)
aj.pointed ('ov&.r::'>r <>f Ncw- Mexico, in tliplaee July 1.1637. 27BROADWAY ; of all Iwinds <'f Machinery and Etiijiiicor'rig. Thevrc A LARGE A-S.-OETME.Nr e>f MERCHANT.T.uLt11AsstrFIa.Sept.2i855. .
also sole :i 'tJKivid] JI; niv time )La? Engines
GOLD PEN ; f.ii. (Ginning;i Cotton i, ({tin Ii,ig and 1, Sawing, and I JlarVolntifccrs I C3
1 : -- -- I i.t1.Z ( .,;_.. '.tilC F. .r ...t i. ..-.. I.naa ...,tsWILLIAM-.. FOR THE ; Boots and Shoes "
-- ------ -------- -- j ,

A FITTING 1t'UMENT.-VC clip the R>ll'>%viiir i ifrrtn Manufacturing Co. j jj L JOSEPH CARDY, ; Spring and Summer of 1857. A l.VECE ASSORTMENT OF JOHN E. LLOYD

a New York P r: j :JJ33 HKOmVY NEW YORK, i BAY, I i Ladies, (Cents; Youths and ChildSllOES.ALSO ,

"TI!:*' lonib of Frnk1in-if :i plain flair *-t"ncrtn now! fcllit!; tbeii splendid Gold Pens. PinI I May r.o, ': !. -2 JOHN GAUDY. I rpHF. SUBSCRIBERS have received by Exjress.L ; I A-L1ct1cIioor:
with the vanhnn 1 be fo dl"d i* roiuoalrd [ ARE and Ten Cufvt :it the Lowcbt Ketail Piw | > lyi | a few of tbo- uu>ttFiiiiouabIe! anj by far the i\ Serb ants SHOES of every quality. ANDCOMMISSION

froui public \ie\v J'v a venerable brick wall at Tin- ; auJ each ]>uichusrr Dra i> a i iof i Don't ReacT This !' moat de.-ir.djle, |I STAPLE GOODS. MERCHANT

corner <>f Fifth arid MulWrry ttrft Philndtlphia.} | l'IlM Ili11-PREJ JUM-1'ItL'M 11I i! Chantilly Lace Mantillas ,
Tin- ri-'si-iins of tb* li htuiii j-hiluyopbor! arc <]1e. OH, DO.VT7 ) '{ Cotton and Linen O.-naburgs, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
from r. 1b.it.d ih'-re in the e1 l.uii.'d ;rini'ul l E.c1.ni? to -\ \ ; E have just received horn Yew OrlraiH, Per the 'I Ilrow u and Blue Shirting and Sheetings, July 10. 1836. 23-1
nio t ienonstble term Call early if von wish T
:
:'iir'-t; e''urh.} : An ajiMr; ; >j-ria j *<' ui.'i.imK-itt, hitawde As soon :' a Pen <>r IViiril is ]nichned: the Pieinit.n > 1 Sct.r.. \'tii. R. Petti*, and New York J'tr the clivice Felerti.m BUTLLT. DEN 11AM. Marlborough 1'Liids an.l Stripes, -

:!. ntaijy r-arol alx'vc thm! in tin- tl.ajw. | : is ih-liveieJ innndutclv.Li : Bark: I R. II. (Gamble; a l.'irgo and well silt-rted I 'I March 14. V.7. 11 Choctaw Stiipes Apron Cheeks, :

..f n : oi'-zrij-: jn.'i-i, and il.<- liirlitisif \- :it ej;ktant ; >s or 1'E.t'Ii -iii: KIT.ML niLi : STOCK: OF GROC'ERIhfi.) Ued Ticking. Ac., Ac.: &c.IIAiI S. S. KNIGHT, *

;.1\: 4I% '. '.'" t-t! :n-icr, lli<'e' eye of tl.v mini vhoiir Gold; l'en . . . .. .?15 With 1 Gift A L S O Tallahassee Sash and Blind wrti. AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT?
: t y'j.: -.l ;t : :b t-rsrtl:. ; . "
C-ifle
2 60 'J
KnpiB-ing :- : A Urge and well felecled stock of HARDWARE.
-. ts \Vjitt i. Bramlie*, Sunps. Cigars, Ac. :E c: it-Y. j T\LT.AHASSIE: I'LOR1D. .
Sih! r Ex.H.Mir2 TO 2 do All of tho( above articles will be sold low .4
I { by
s :-?; A 1 ri'r inz it Ltd up 1at.rc, Siker Dbl. Ex. H-idus. :3 7.1 Ji do Tho Stilwciibeis arc d-tti mined lifter this d.ife to r I"11E undersigned adopts| this method of informing j! D. C. WILSON. Septernbcri,18i5, 05RICUARP
Lj lic ]'c.ed if in htd tezi I abandon the fcy.-ten'i of freHinggooJs ou a CREDIT. .A. the he
.a f : ciiizg : Mamni-th .5 l>0 4 do ; public, that has recommenced the above j i! March 14, '57. 11
1'pt1. .. .. Leviith.n C 25 5 doFcuntMn }''<>r C't.\7i fir f'tiiinlrii J'rvditcc I biiMiicis iii tin city of Tallaha'-see: and would be 1 T. BtUCUETT. viuuLE.'s \r. vow

: PinGiildDcek: HoMe-r. :; 75 T. d-i vp will xt any time be happv t" set ye ojirci ;tonieisj pleased to receive the patronage of his friend Shop !! Corn BIRCHETT & DOWNING

flc4IcR1TeatIn1oe ('nnlot 5w C'oriIr" cried. Main'oth A box (f'i t 25 '. tl-> j with uoods of cveiy descriptor! n at a small advance at the Rail; Rr..i-l Dq-ot. i.V.. BO\VE.V. j t ATTORNEYS ,
;L'r:: t.e! ni'i !-tj.nl'ti2 'UMi i# IrrItt 1 i j Le iriiruivn.mdD( kH .ri4" c 25! 5 do i ubo\e Xejv Yoik and I New .Oilman: prices. If on Match 7. '07. 10) | -1 '11 BUSHELS CORN for sale bv AT LiW & AGENTS FOR ClADiSAO.

.Lauac TrLniTL.:" I l-j I>r. Jliu! Uu.l' r. ..f l. v,dl. Truinl'ui Gotl.ic iilver Case and G ild IVi. "> 7.r. :i do j doubt it. come and try u. at .1.) 1). GjnnMeV! '"Jd 1'LJ HOPKINS&3IEUINNISS. 41)0, Seventh Sirrcl,

: (. .. d !." -. Tie! raw v;_ thai (-f a j'-urp ia'iy v l.o Li ManA.tb Go'ie Silv'r! Ca G'ld I'eu ('. 25 5 do Stand, Corner of Monroe anil J.-ffcraon Streets.P.ROKAW Dr. A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. !I March 2157. 12Ladies' : WASUiyCTOA CITY.

t-.tii Avrj siiV -rr.irht jertr*. ami JjU'! r >:isut; <>l a iniiiiJ' Ti Gold To.th Pk-k: .. . . .2 JI<> 2 i! & RHODES. PRACTICING DENTIST ; TWILL practice before the Court of Claimsand
> liti: iu.aiui, viul.i:
Xri.li'Hiru: t! La-Jici.'Gold Pencil.-. .. . 2 .VJ 2 dp 1 i Just Received j
J.:1jo dco"r Ibat i: vas : ta-x.4 if J'rtJajim* lie 'was, D.) -cctnbci 27. 1S5G. 11A : checked, July 28, 1S55.
!b.u.j er. t.xufrc -1 to the roaerlukion lijr. !MH |'aiit ut WM'ufftrji > a . 3 75 S do"t PER "J. G. ANDERSON," r ; Linen Lawn French Prints, etc. t
frf'ni and nftfrn.u li rtMiiliduim IS 4' oo) 4 do ; _) 4;: I-ARGK I-.t jtit.
worms < pcraunsioji i> | A J.E.tL i irci. A S U V'A1t11il.SJL1fJ'J' Landing from S.-tmrsi-n: and for sale bvMcXAUGHT A. PERRY AMAKER 4
tS -
and l\-u C 25 5
tit r to tkt fwo J' sc, >f Dr. M'Lauc"* Yermifjce, prtjmcJ I $ eeive-l byM. ORMOXD J. CO.A .
by Flt-minp Uro uf rituburjdi. This jiu1 1-rit-- hud i Gent G"ld Catc.- and I Pen: . .10.00 & &III 01" DOLT.ALLA; HOBBY. ill 857. 16 TTLkW
ihf t St-et ff m zm's!ng fruiu I.er u o iiiIeMi.Jinl': T >f the I .' Mm'oUi :zel2! 50 10 doVe I ISLE BRAIDS.I I) iii.! Trimming: da Fiine.J .-. M.ich21'o7. 12 pi a

1trz.-; *. & zc. .".f\r Iit- ;a.-H-.J thi in. ln-r iica'th imniciiialt!y \ v.nirai.t rfl! i.i'; (Gold; Pen to be Diamond); 1\iinted.und Steel Sjiiing :SLoleton Skirtf. Sett.Dia--; t$kiit I Book TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

r.tuJ, ruStncc: rnrricd, :iaJcoi.t-mn.-B ti t-njoj ixr not' si.rpafsfd, by any establishment in thehtiitffc. )Hor-p BUTLIIR: /; DEXHAM. RICHARD BRADFORD Bindery. M.iv-21, I&SI.: 20 _
<(-UeUthuli.ff and! beiJis givc'i you a Pen or IVncil w -ll !; June 27. '! 7. 26I r lEBouk Bindery of McDOUGALL A HOBBY, --- -- -- --

? I'nrcliasor* wifl Le crj-cful :o a t fr.rDE. M'LAXK'Se'EU.RliATEO VOt tit }our jwoney, we also pi '.eLtou_ v.'ith (Gifts; S10REWARD7 ; ATTORNEY AT LAW !I i is again'in operation. EDWARD M. WESTiAltomcy -
v- >itli from 50 vents- -l,0t'0, inCM.I I j' March 21. 57. 12
: viii: I FF4 ]:. intaularturvd t' }3LIIi. '
I.tot "f Piiiriiiiyl... l' f.OLl! ol-. U1> .Wr VEsT CHAINS. I dc r J IIE: Subscriber will give the above rcvnrd j! TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I and Cqiin'seJIor at( Law,

wn .re wr.We8. 'r. MT.aia&t gnntiae Vtrtni1ge, Gold La ciet. Diamond Pins. Cameo Kits t Gold] E.1 JL fir the safe delivt-ry of hi.boy NELSON 1 (()fl'-e' in the Port Office Building.) | Seed Bice.i TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

Iij e.1..hr1r4 Lh r 'iitscan taoW U-l.ad ut all n"-j.cctai! Stu'!' ltwg s, Liic-ai-t I'; =. Si \cr Fruit and $ to hint at his plant.ition or hi the Jail atTal Miy: 2.., '57. 21 A A BUSHELS SEED RICK for sale by I April 5..U56. HHUGH

rfra j ttiT s. _Vji erit1.i.L VILe >yi (iiaT( r\f\ Cuke !:i.ikcts, Silve-r Goblets, Ac. ; ___ lah.isseo orThoinasvillc. He is a \cry black 1'J U uOl'KINS&MElNsIss. -

) rLI:1IxG n1c)' 41\7tILV7Y-JGEXTh: .' boy, tttfiity-two yeais of age, high furchuid, Irma 200 Bbls Assorted Flour ; March! 2107. 12
built, and! is about 0 feet 7 inches: lii h lie rataawav A. CORLEF,
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-
Now is the time and here is the chance to mke some ftr weeks gince and is probablv lurking around i iTallahassee. """ BBLS. PlantV and extrabrniuls, g !
Spring and
OlIITfAICY.DIKD 1,000 $2,000_?3/K'0_!'5X00j. I W. LETTER. I fj 75 Extr.i St. Louis tuperfiuc, Summer Styles, Attorney at law
iu tbS city the 27th f Juno, after a.try lone iHUIHS June 27 7. : : 'cr ,
:; 1837.
2f. lJ Sti1.crfirie.
KAXKLIN l'Iii:< i:, infant oii of Jsta-.t. M. Jui1Jritgi.i j.
: *: nd Our tunnths.DICDin offer a Liberal ci>mtuifet>ion t to> L"eal and Traveling Per Brig J. Gr. Anderson t; Tin above: will! be .'i>lJ Kv for C.\-n and C.v>n on- ,; ri-iiiE I arrivals SUBSCRICEKS from New York have, a full received and: elegant by the last asfortmcnt January 17, 18i7. S-ly
.Sen1el them Credit on One Half till
pltai.e AirniKI'.dgivc
CJ. j 1\, nn 1 iu lute to dealers and retailers at roilueed pricc..by of LADIES DRESS GOODS, conshtiaagof It
this city. or. Miturdny, 2fth of Jun<>. rJtir a i t rjiiun 8 ,M. A :ijht :*iid agreeable buMnew, nnd above nil FROM \EW YORK: \! V:>. C.WILSON. u an endless variety of the moat fashionable etvlts Anderson

illnem.AXXA MAKIA.dBUjrM-r "fMr. r.n-1 Mrs. E. a good pa\inj bus-iuesw. Agents wanted in all Lutof(5ao parts fc) A BCiXES Chnmpaigue Cider, ; _May! 23. V>7. 21 i of Paiia Painted Organdies ou plain! and pLiid cloths, Peeler,
C. CAtrti, aged V raonlhtj and 10 days.MK. <-f the e-Antiy. A CjiUiloiigt coiiUuning a ------ -- from plain to full chintz colored.
<'.s with full Explanations of U-rms to Agents will \J 4 Tierces Rice, _ I Attorney and Counsellor at Law
-- be ventouapplicatK.il, free. All orders willbt picmptly 1 ]Bbl. Supciior Rail Road Snuff, wananuilto Bacon and Flour. Organdy rubes, Jenjns catircly new.

( :: KI Do tlie fi\'or touincvnuce ( \\ teeth and pinify the breath-decidedly S1IBLS.. Flour Jaconet SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
gT- >ITOK :- us attended t", and thore) eending np nvney bj mail ( 10 half do. ,
will receive such .< ds as tln-v order by the adorn better than Brandy-surpat-yc* OVJ -1 1 lllnb. Bacon Sides, I I Pi in ted Barege rob s. ilfsifrus cntiiely new. I A'SUr POUT. FLORIDA.
c in your nxt issue,for the offi'c of SbtiifTfr the : g the Balm of a thousand Flowers. I JVr (Grenadine robes, htnp d Brocade and China
: cocnty of Leon, at tie. (.flq1ag; ck-ction in October n-ail or express, with the Gifts; tuck-ted iii the pai-ka- !sons who uf e the article will Lava; j And 1 JiJiLX. lltU SAME FKEXCII KKEAD.La'rliiig Flounces, \V"ILL Practice in the Courts of the Jliddfo! Circuit
Adilres nil ordest- to
next, Mr. RICIIA11D SAUKDE11S. gis. ? forever and ncvtr DIE. from the I'etta.; and! t f.r sala bv Foulard silk Flounces. T T Special attention pnM to Collcctinc
MERRICK, BE-NTON A DEAN, Mart 9 157.i 10
MANY VOTLIIS.JO :335: Broadway, N. Y. For bide by I R. H. BERRY. I 1X AUGHT, ORMOXD & CO. Double skirted Marquise Flounces, t.'gcth.'i with a i M
-- A illS, '57. 1G i beautiful assortuacnt of Linen Cumlrtiefi in
Juno
27. 7.7 2C pi ilrcs<
i _
_
_
N. B.-.Gld( Pens le-poiutetl in >eri.>r manner. f
; 1Mit.. EIIToIt-lJo us lie favor to 8ui {'attcrns.. white printed und Polka upof, Bnlliautes, FLOYD & HOLLAND
Enclose the l'ett. aud tliirty-uine cents iu P. O. tJtamj)?, I' ,
,. Gloves Hosiery & Hdkfs. inted Pt-rcaks iu vmietv, Ac., .(tc.. .lc.
;muouuce iu your next issue, for re-electiem for the and the Pen will be icpoiuted nud returned post-iuid.] ICE NOTICE Iii great ; Attorneys at Law.

-office of Tax AsieBsor and Collector fur the o nty July 4t '67. 273wiitiirii LADIES', Misses. Geutlemciu', and Bovb'" Hose j i March BUTLER d DENHAM.j \T1LI. practice iu the Circuit ConrU of lliddl

L. C Number half Hose, j 14.57. 11 I1 T and Weist Florida, aud in the Supreme Court
'f.Leoa, at the ensuing October election, Mr. Two. !
; Buck, Thread and LUle Cloven, of tLc Stutc. Also in the District Court of the Uui-
.DEMILLY. Respectfully. : : I A FTER trying the experiment of furni.-htng ICE i English Twilled Silk and Linen Cambric Ildkfs. I Opening of the Season. ted States, in the Northern District Florida.

MANY VOTKIIS.WE L01TERY -CX at Tallalinsse at 2 @ 3 cents \1 Ib thus far, Landing por Sampson; and fur sale bv R. J. FLOYD. Oftice ApalacLicola. Fla
I we find at these tales and as long a season's sale as 1 Mi-XAUGHT, ORMOXD A CO. BONNETS, D P. HOLLAXD. Office Qnincv.

: are authorized .mid requested to SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, can be expected, will leave us at least 500 out "f 1 April 18. '57. 16 Head Dresses, French Flowers Dec. 22, 1SSS. 51 Fla
: pocket, in actual cost of Ice delivered. The loss in -.
tzauuce LEMUEL JOKES, as a candidate for Tax I and selling at Tallahassee is than SPRING Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edg.
OX THE HAVANA 1'LAN (,F-iN.I.1 MrI MftE1tS. transporting more & SUMMER I WILLIAM
Awessor .wl Collector] of Xcon county, at the EIcc- two for one. While cooling you-ire want to lekcptwltole ings, &c.2 &c. S. DILWORTU,

lion Ja October next. I ANDERSON & SON t/um/rc*; therefore, after the 1st t July we Attorney and Connselloir Law

-=- --------- = ---- :__ ______ will continue to sell ICE at our Ice House at St. -- -4-- MOl! RNINQ Bonnets. tiitniEed. at ,
I Ir I MANAGERS, Marks and! Newport at the same price, ?2 {9) cwt- IIODGKISS) S.COTT & POOLE 1 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.

Notice. i SUCCESSORS TO J. F. "WINTER, MANAGERS. 2J i (* 3 cents f'J It according to quantity. Stock Crip'a ii -
Are now receiving Stock of IT ILL practice iu the Courts of the
a Large Middle
LTTERS teetamcuUrjhaving been grouted to SuliKiibers at the Tallahassee Depot as usual. Mr. and Stiaw BonueU tiinimcd, Cir1 -
IA us as executor's of the last Will and Testament OXE rillZL TO IIVEUV XIXK TICKEKTs j Williams at the Depot, nnd Dr.'B.irnard up town,\\ill SPitING AND SUMMER <(04j5 White and Blat! fiames. March cult 22.1856., and Tho U. H and Lowndes County Ga

*T John G.Guun, deceased. hUc merchant, resident in I 30,000 TICKliTS-3,4286 PRIZES I j continue to keep ICE, but on their own account. Embracing every imaginable tfvl id Plain Straw -.------------ _- 12-ly
the town of Quiucv, Gadsden county, Fla. Notice i is i __ I I Parties in the Country, paiticulaily those who pro LADIES' DRESS GOODS "viz Hair XennolitanJc. -- -
hereby given to ail creditors,legatees,and persons entitled Prizes Payable Without Deduction. j pose to M-ll again, ran have their supply arranged for : Flat nioomei*. Gipsies; Shuker hood, Infant Leg LOAG & G1LBRA1TII,

to distributive shares of the estate of the said St. Nit i ks or Newpoi t as may suit their'H convenience. I L.UX.S, M.VNTLUS: ScAUKS, KoiitS Mi'si.is. )hoin, Cyborg etc, ic. Ai TOBMIYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE FI.A.MA. .

.deceased, to preteut their chums or demands to us, Capitol Prize $6OOOO. N01 ES & LADD. I I JSlLKS, lio.VMlTS, if., &.C. Head Dresses unsurpassed! for style and vat icty LOXO i J. B. O ALBRAITH -

f..t stUltmciJt, witbip two years from thin date, or the June 27.57. 2C A latao lot of Uo\V Ribbons of the most exquisite designs in great va- hare wotf.
i-anie will be barred bj the s-tatutc, after the expiration JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY, "" Clotliiotr i tidy, black and white Rushes, narrow, medium and j themselves in the practice of Law. They

()tth.U period. I BY AUTUOltJTY OF Tltf STATE OF UEO.T John Bull's Compound A largo lot of Mctib' Clolliin j wide, Blond Kding, Zephyr Lace and all other arti- I' will attend Courts the and Courts the in District the Middle Circui*.the Ppreme

W3I. QUNN. aud CHAS. II. DrPOXT, ExtVs.ttc. $ IJnots, Shoes, hats, and Cape, des appeiUsiuiijg to this department of a Ladies States Tallahame. Couitsof thel.! '
FLUID EXTRACT I aied
cIa&a. toiht.
BUTLER
t DEXHAM
y uiocj,July 4. 57. 27-8 And other article of Merchandise suitable
every Office
Court
Draws July 15th, 1857, at St. Andrews Hall, Savaiiruib | OF SARSAPAUILLA Match 11.7. 11 I opposite Hou e.
for this maiket.
I
October 28, 1654.
Notice :: Ga, under the sworn superintendence of W. ; Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock, Ycl- rr; Call and examine tbern._/ lY -4
; 1L Esq, and J. M. Prentis, EK.) Summer of 1857. _ _
Syuions
4. LL persons nannjj demands against the ortaleol low Dock, Dandelion, pure Honduras tiarsaparilla, and HODttKISS, tJCO'lT & 1\OLK. -

A.. Charles W. Ie\\lU, deceased, late of Jefferson MA GXIF1VEXT : (JJTh'JTh : Wild Cheiry Bark, is the most jx teut BLOOD IVnirina ; April 11. '57. 16 "V\"HI1'E! GOODS of every desciiption among Freuchloe.
notified to iresent them to the tndcrsigued I I in the known world. __ _ -- V 1,
eouuty arc | 1 Frize 60.000 For the cure of Scrofula, i which w e mention : I
dminJBtrator, within the time prescribedvby law or i .-. '.'ooooI Rheumatism, Gout, Dropy, and all Chronic Diseases, i Sheriff's Sale. 10 4 and! 11-4 Allfudale SLeetiog. ARTIFICIAL5
they Xrill be barred; and nil indebted are i ecjuestedlo 10,000 ; it has no equal. | Pillow (Case Linen, I B Expre&s 'cve bave I.-te.iyed
make payment immediatelr.' I T>Y virtue of a t-uitof fieri facias, issued fiom the 8-4 and 104 Int the beautiful rt.
I 5,000 Counterpanes, nbo'e
I ICatabrice
JAMES W.i DrWlTT, Adrufr. i -" ; 4.000 A Mcdicint to br. handed down to posterity an a i/t'j- JL> Clerks office of Leon Circuit Court, Middle Circuit Jaconets, I th 1t Euroeaij a1.tjp selected ,i z6 Yotk from.,

July 4. 1. 2'-8 1 2.000 tiny to the Uuntan Family. of Florida, wherein the Union Bank of ulori4diejihutff Plaid Muslin, inr4t aZpXe44ly for this
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3 l prizes of.1,000( are . 3,000 II Great Internal and Joseph A. Braden is defendant, I t ban: Paiis I March 14. '67 lii. & DEfl4M. _
& External levied upon suid will expose for sal at public out cry Swiss "
NEW BOOKS 5 500 are. 2,500 -
| to the highest bidder, on the first Monday iu August, I
JUST 10o '. 100 are .. 10,000 9 Embroidered Swiii Muslin
RECEIVED! 1857 between the uual hours of sale, (Before the
IOU 50 are. 5,000 OR. JOHN BULL'S KING of I*A I.\ -BRILLI ANTES- Grpe.
C0urt-hous door in the city of Tallahasse, the f>U6w-
JVEW BOOKS KOVELSIX Approximation J'rhes. Is warranted to cure the following diseases,Jo wfts j ing lawl-to-witr Th N E4ofsec.T1TI.t 1I&. Plain and f.iijcy Marseille 28 : ,
)RK-.A Stroller in Eorope: 4 Prize* of$225 to f 60,000.?900 Cholera,Bowel Complaints Dyseutary, Weak Stomach W, eontainiug 160 acres more or lesa. Frilled lop? Cloth, U sack, COP ;

EL GRICOOTravel8iii Mexico; I 4 JOO 20,000 .. . 400 General Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, I Levied upon as the projxu-ty of said defendant and Patent Orioolin.rjwn Batter.-fOtit Br d. Crselcers, Bntlry. '

DR. KANUS ArdkExpolition ; g 80 10,000 .. .. CIO Chills and Fever, Rheumatism in its worst form, ac- Lube sold to satisfy writ according to law. aud !ii44Naiusooks. Peas, Jean1obacto.: a

MEMOIR; of S. a Prentis. 6pecd.es. &e. ; I 12 f;0 5,000 .. . 600 vere Burns, Asthma, Filmic, Bruises, Sores, Want of IKT. BLOCKER, Sheriff. --MULLS Liuqdor.'Al iind Porter. vSgir, 8 wet/

:TllE DA1.S of any life-A, novel by tho ; S4 20 4,000 .. . 720' Action iu the Kidneys, Piles, Ringworms, Painter's Juno 27, '67. 20-tf --- Pickles, pSoda. Shot, tea4 Oils. c.
author of Margaret aud Znide ; 20 25 2,000, 500 Cholic, Head and Toothache, Coughs, Cold, Cancer, Muslin Bands, Caabiks do. Sw.* do,* I A full uuijoifl attici... iii thJaI1r. Iaad&-

.* .. .ISABEL novel; ; ,ooo tJO .'. .,.t0,0006 Tumor ,|Swellings, Cuts, Scalds, Scrofula or King's Just Bceived from N, Y. French Colby French set, toys CIoBars' per ura] b --t- s
.. w .. ARTISTS WIFE- A novel; Evil, Scarlet Fever, and all rah and {Aches, in Ladies and Ikntlemen L. cambV Handkerc'ljkff' I -. LtU 1' AZtM0D.4.CO.

i VASCOXSELOS new novel ;; Pi-izes'amounting .to. .. .. .. $215,5CO 'ts-hteverforin they jnay appear. This medicine has A-FE\VlOOQoftliosejustly celebrated H. SE- Bar-bordere4 H. S. and Emb'J JLkDdkerciiefB' Newot.arthl*. "BY, 11

by. Simins; 4%. Jx.ilcDOliGALL Tickets $10 ; HAlves 5) Quarters 2 50. bccuttefore the public about three years, anti has relieved -ALSO-- Real VaL Lace At,4to. i.e. I GOiitiem
4 HOBBY. more Buffering in that time Umn all other similar A fpwJozcu GERMAN. BITTEIiS. BUTLER 4 ..DENHAM. ii'8
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Marchl4'S'I
preparations combined. For sale at DR. JohNBLLL' -11Vermifuges .
27 Small Scheme Draws Saturday -
Evejry_ BUTLER t DUMHAM. CLOtHI .
; Sarsaparilla Depot-Jnouisvihle and New
June 27. &!. 26, :
FOB: SALE. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Yoik. J FR0' ,.

Chock* on New York remitted for prizes. Notice (a DOZEN Fah tocks VeTmrfore; latt style. A. clug & :
f4OOR 1200 Address orders fur pickets or Ct-itihcates 'if Paekaires Dr. John Bull'sConpo'uud .- '3 48 McLane* .. I b from Bfbdie: and foj ,
of Tickefc"tfi ** :fANDERSON : Fectorial of Wild Cherry, acorUia cure SIX Months'after date the undersigned admiuutra- S i *.jjayoesTome" : I 2wL-

J3TJSHELSJtcr.t of COnN and 4 or bWjQ, ? i SON, M nuKtrts for Oougbi Colds and all diseases of the Throat and of the state of(Charles S. Kibley deceased, 24 rryVDad Shot tTv VOTIM. b'-I *< Mc5AyT oR >


t Persons holding Prize Tickets of JVF. Wiutcr. StaId, by AMES A LIVELY, 'ralIhice. t" Lbs Judo of Probate'of said county end ask t> bediwbarged. Santonin, Worm Seed Oil, &e.AMES. I fl1CKTiwes' tirces !azuiinMNAL1lr
; O/HCLS/ Jyjuisville tan..1 MARY I). G. SIBLIfT Admt'x. and foru1e lV
Manager, will send them to us fur |uvmuit. Principal W ew Yolk.Juot ; & LIVELY '
.3 27 '. 7 26 2(1. o7 i.3 Cm Oflb
:7 May 'JO, 57; ) a .AjuiIhI'SI 16Cinpe S le 15t n. 'tD co. L _

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- Tlie Floridian & Journal ''THE MOST .: IJSFFUL, MOST PERFECT P.- B. -flxtO---=-----r-KAW'Sr: -' Imporlant; : to Housekeepers, -- I THOMAS WHITE I I Dr. TcLE'S

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CONCISE I CELEBItATEDYERMIFUGE
MOST
Il pubVIed SATURDAY, by LIVERY AUD SILl STABLES
every FA1UIERS AND FRUIT GROWERS of Copper and Sheet Iron

JAMES S. JOXKS, EDITOR k rKopniKTos, CHEAPER TIJAN THE CHEAPEST tTi TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. MANUFACTURER in all kinds of Plnin and Fan

At Two DOLLYS jwr aiiunm, in advaic-.. ; n Jicr than the Best 52Pvblithed Proprietor would in- cy Tin Wares take pleasure In Informing the citizen AND

Weekly. H77ie :THE his friends and the Arthur's Patent AirTightCAflfSo TallabaMe and the surrounding conntry, that he i a

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. irhole vnlii One Dollar a. Ytar.'GREATEST ** public, that be has rebuilt his_ _ now prepared to wait all that wish to patronize LIVERPILLS.

12 lines, or lew. first iosettion $1 00 / I DISCOVERY of (-Pfesen *J lan't- Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now prrterring Frisk Frviti and oextensively Toina- him in his libe of buwneM. He also tenders Lis thanks _
One sqinreof( n'inter Uff. This article
.. ul *' 50 Century of Detecing J prepared to accommodate bis friends and customers to his friends, and the public generally for the very I Twofthb best Preparation of th. Aft,
+ each $ >w been
with trbith he heretofore
has
J Business Cards! inserted nt f 10 He also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith liberal patronage
Professional an per COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES will be Introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and
; Shop where he will have have done all kiudof favored, nhd he hope that a rontihuation *f the same j

nnnnm.lvcitemenU not marked with the number ofjsertI.fli Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, nnd Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriagework in surrounding country by the undersigned to no has row will be urnnted him. i They are not recom
A j manufacture this for
will be continued until fuibid, and charged |i ii' Exhibiting nt a glance every Counter- It l Is to call and
_i? tpaid. feitio Circulation! } *j patch. the corniup season. Bnly neessary sorts of Ware usually! kept in nn establishment of hi* as Universal

Arranged no udmirab'y. that REFERENCE i is 2 November IPS3. 44 examine these article nnd the recommendations of line of bu incss> A full nortment of Sheet Iron,
of If al estate
Jrtrtincates of publication or j the who hate vied them to b& cotlvineed that Cure-alls
1 ri)3) but
per Cistern
2 Sheet Zinc
Sheet Land Lead Pumps,
EAST ami DETECTION i iJ ; Pipea; ; simply for
is ,
fee
noe-! will not be given until the advntieiog Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, they are the best, most simple and economical article and a great many other articles too uuinerofi* to men
I. J IN&TANTANEOUS for the offered to the
j purpose ever public. They can what their
._ __ __ -:: j J3T" No Index to examine No pages to hunt COup' For Sale by P. B, Brokaw. be used by the most unskilful person, without the tion. TO BUILDERS. ; name pur.

But f simplified nnd arranged, that the COt W'W! "liE Subscriber has just received avery slightest risk of failure.
BLACKLITHING Mi-rclmnt. Banker and Business Men can sell alj H ---u! large supply of Carriages, E2f": Purchasers are supplied with a circular con- Tin Roofing, uttering, Copper andTmn Con.ueting!

I j t Glance. GO i I Buggies, and Ilarncs*, which he offers taming full and reliable directions for piitlingupfiuitu Pipes tc., all of which) be prt.misce to do in the most ports.The

"lIE firm, ..f BROKAWF1TTS & for sale on the most reasonable teims.No and tomatoes in these Cans, placing th* whole process work-man-like! manner nil style, and of the best ma VERMIFUGE for

.:z.i- luvipfj ticcn 1inI- : It 1m !nk*>n yens to make perfect this O \ ember 18, 1854. 4CIK conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A terial, on shortest notice and"most reasonable terms ,
of these Cons will be Having been engaged for the last eight years in expelling Worms
ce1. the ttJznte.1 nntifi-s bi large supply constantly kept from
GREAT DISCOVERY. ; MILES NASH & CO. business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend -
in themselves should
'. I ;usl'tiH-.ji: M .in-J tbo | aWic .n ralIv. thai be has store. Persons wishing to supply
14 ,it1i D. P. Wilson", by which bate. i The urgent ncccss-ity for such a w\Ak has l-'n? HJ 1 i Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, dec. apply immediately the fruit season is near at hand. himself any further to the public as regard the human system has
been felt b? Cur.imereial All Cans nold made the and his capabilities as a mechanic but at the fin me time he ,
"
tlfnr.er'.y (-upkd by hiui. under tlieII. men. It has been >uulisheJ are by undersigned warranted -/
| UST rm ive-1 from New York per bark R. II. Gam- assures all that favor him with a call, good work and
tii tif ; if unply the call for such a Preventive, L ,1 fj ii ". "Cl'al njsoitment of articles in our line, safe. WM. P SLUSSER. also been administered
and needs but to known be 2 blc1 May 51, 1b56. 22 cheap price
j DC) { '
D. Pitts & Co. y Universally such as'bii; of aim":' cvcr* kli(1- Burning Fluid, I Having removed from the old stand formerly known
Patronized. It does 3 with the
more than has been
.
ever at *
| White Lea-! Zinc and other painK l"">dow Glir: 'fl'U.t ns White Slusoer, he will be found at hi" stand corner most satisfactory
a-ii i lj execr.te all work done in tempted by men. cr It describes B.mk Piano Fortes. i
':pr-pr.r'1 j
n- ii
Nntf in three Dilfetvnt every 1 quality. Putty, Brush--: Potash, Soda, Spni..""fOflatiiio. I i of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait results
4,1 ii : Lanjju.igts; ; various
tr I London Mustard French Brandy (very !l-crt.) "t1TF are prepared to furnish Piano on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. to animals

JIc.-sc .h.ei1ro.in and Re- JcGllslI, FRKXC1I A XH (;EX M.1 ;. Sj for medicinal }purposes, Spices, Pepper Lemon Syi up, I \ y- iVr1-;: tile very best quality, Dec. 1,18G5 48"WILLIAM

i'i i>>iirltLT. L'rragcs and Ri'g ((7)) j Tims Each may r -a'! the same iu his own Native 2j Inks Quinin.', Pel uvian Bark Fluid Extract Ruchii, uj)0ii' the taoat liberal teims. i subject to Worms.

_t, gic:, '-tatijn mrA of I Ia'nyne. i tte.. io.. and a general ai*>rtmcnt of Popular Patent : They are second to none in any country eitlieT* P. SLTJSSEII,
j TniiM*.-1 he paper Tiill be. about 2S by -12 LTj j 3IIjCfle'e: kt.p none but the very best and The LIVER PILLS for
tr{. ili.scrpi-i, indit*. and will ooiitnin the most Perfect Bank *N I hone to merit your patronage. to quality or prico. j 11ee, X'1.MAN1c.tCTt'ItE1t ,

,1-r* Jra3 cii r f>-jVviif sane, IroningVa\ I Note List P ib'ished.' -. |I MILES NASH, A CO. Every Instrument v.'ill be warranted.MILKS NASH d CO. O*1* fTnppfn JJtfl"f rPtx* AD SIIECT I* the cure of LIVER COM.

f .11: atrl r.aus, I Together wilh the rate of Discount. March 20, 1S5G. 18
February 23, 1S56. 8 ( Jno.V WUOLKSALK RETAIL
AU
Alo n Litt of O j __ WARK I all BILIOUS
in i '* f*'* -vt-i-p -.Jtr v'n-'rp'J-i! "f W-TK made ofV PLAINT, DERANGEMENTS -
n :'i >:ri4. at! -f tri'Icli! > VARIANT aud pleJj".irrlv ; AHthf Pfii-a'i> I'ftnlcerx in Amrrica. Corn and Cob Crusher. 11iI1iI1 ,. DIALER is PLUS, 1ACC AMJ J.U>ASMIWARE. >

T<> -\-e.T at the tl.<-iU5t notice.H. I A Co.npUte of the SICK
i Summary Finance of Iu j / T RANGER'S patent Corn and! Cob Ciusher I received 600 HEADACHE
OyscT.s Sillpli Quinine
,
li. FITTS. ;! rope MiJ America wil> be pubMird! in each eiliti"ii T have taken the Agency for the sale of these supirifr p TFST ir ISruiltl, together with a great variety i iThcniicnla. Stove Head-Qimrter?

4, '.& 7 lyIfotics. together will all the Inj: >oi taut news of the H Cob Cumbers, uncqualcd it is said to any in ofpmrre AMES
day. Also t'e: Co. ntry. A sl-'ok of t iliese Cm ulitrs. will be"on Aprils, ISSG. 14 fj 3jL and Wood Stoves, trimnud with neatues

: INTERESTING STOBIES haii-l early this (-oniing K.tll.!! Prices vry low, fonfiilciing I *?5c and durability, nt reduced prices. will please
saving in Iced. ?-I5 $55 ?i t5 uu-h Olive Oil.
'i-i: .a ,Ia4k : Iiannents dth U From an Old Maruscript: found iu the East, and 1 great Out Door Work.

A li. 1'Jtt* 1 1 tie cliiirrf his iilacks-nith Shop 1 fto winrelsii tj bo found. It has never vet apO for tl.tbc furl her.Mzes.ticulai Prices s,uniform call and thiou fxaminu hoiit lor the\ourselves cor.nty.1Vr A SUPERIOR article for Table u. e. Just re Roofing,Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering, Copper I be particular to ask for

t.i'1 hsn ]*, .iau iollci's. f T the iew Mr::), the p.Tru- i ruMrcd in nriut. andfcinishcs the ilost Comjlcte W pai oeiv.-d bv AMES ,t t LIVELY. and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet
of BO soon as a stock f.'r a sample arrives. [
115* t\\i\ "' I curo nitT8. D. C. WILSON. History C3j D. LADD. Zinc, Lead Pipe-, Patent Cistern Pump Shop work i iof Dr. C. iMcLane's Celebrated -

-Fh. 14. Ifc57 7 ly _ j OKI EX f:A L LIFE g Ncwpoit. July 5, lS53. t 27 Flower Jars. every variety done at short notice. '

r ;1 nul ile=Cilied! the Mi"-t Perplexing Position in City and Country ITlci-clKiiu* VERMIFUGE and
LARGE a-oitnicnt of Flower Jar various Sizes

!jALLLii.aDR. ; ; which ilia Lidcarid (lentlemcnnf that C-rntrv One 45 Saw Gin. .1 V. Just received and for sale bv Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purclmr.sint LIVER
rl\ J. CUR LEE, have btcn sj often found. These Storie will i 1 AMES'it elsewhere. PILLS prepared by
LI ,
'ELY.
I70R SALK. -ceood band I (;.IN of above size has
O
v TILLt' i j< ifi'iirit.e. jiraci.c-e of DEN C.fltiflUt) LJrrt.ulruit the whole "year, anal will JL.t been *nly isd login .",'' bales Cotton, and April 5, 185C.. JJ i ij N. B. All articles manufactued from the very
\ \ TI' a tf V. in ** ''!l' <>i-i For salr low
isT FJ :j.l! H<- 1 bi*> had f.-\\'i,iyeai\ s practical cxpe- : Public.
1.ee in tho jr''fcssi >n, tbf last three vf uhich has 1 t3$- Furui.-hed Weekly to Subt>oriben oi.bat % lo'dto October 20, 1855. 42 .t.vru.TiSOLE
November S, 56. 45 ,( LARGE SUPPLY of Rubber of .
c'l All letters Belting,
b: -en in th'-eectinnsof f iiiitiy. His woik is of them a ye.ir. nuist be addressed to ;
-'5t bea:itiful aud JuraWc chruactvr! aud atisfactionit j JOHN S. DYE. Broker, H White Pine Lumber.ITI L1 two, three aid four ply, warranted fully equal LIFE INSURANCE. PROPRIETORS, PittSburgh -
Pul/lihpr tTi to Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper ; iu fact conoidercd j
an.l]
i it in ever\ ustance. Pioprictor __
guirnited: : '
: All .'. rumiin5cjiti. f.'nt to Monla-ello.] Fla, will 70 Wall trtct. New York.G i 9 1 FEF1T White Pine Lumber, assorted, suit- by those who have tried them, superior lo Leather THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO Pa. and take no

aUftiti-ju iisEt revive
or Jului.1.Work.. Nat ortf'i srb; a l lot lor sale on hand by D. LADD. r1HIS Company issues policies en the lives of other as there are various

per.uit.i EW COODS her'. M.-NAUfillT I ORMOND: : ) J CO. N.-wpor1, Oct. 13, lT r. 42 JL White persons for one or mole y-nr or &>r the ,

\uv.9.'Z. -1550,000 Town whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other
for
Property Sale. preparations
now
E K rERr.NcEs : Dividends declared to the inaured policie issued

Hov. J. L. SCTASB. ? JOHN PRiAiiTo1Ho1Js.MERCHANT Havana rptIE undcr-igncd offers at private sale, the follow-i for life.PLIXV I before the

J No (. P. E. LOVE. jH..V. Thoaasrilit Ga. 1 Segars. Jl. ing described property, known ns the Jrait Lot, j FREEMAN, Actuary.-MORBIS FRA, KLlx, Pres'tJ public, purporting -
persons who love to smoke KOO.| SKARS! viz Lots Noa. S, 25 27 30 43 flu
V> S. Dilirocni. i a \LL I : 141. 112, 143,
P.tv. \-. E. 1IAM1Lrt tOL.1CIUO r a. TAILOR, i .': find th.Mii together with onic choic1, Turj I j 111,22(5Ji7 j ( 2S5.: 2t,240, 211: 212, L 43, 241. 245, | f" Applications received in Tnllahafsee by j to be Vermifuge
Dealer kil h nnd Sjiati.-h smoking TOBACCO at HiDM j I 213,2I6,250,25-J,25s,234,2.-C.257,253: t; January 19, 1356. B. C. LEWIS.
HoI.. C. Mc'zicz.Cz. in Ready Made Clothing aI(1Gentlemen's 2G.i, nil I Im
.. 13. C. Pori. t'.reof AMES i LIVKLV. the oiiginul plan of Uic city of Tallahassee. j I and Liver Pills. All
Fnrnisbin? (Goods.; Nov. 2'J) 155f- -13 AGENCY o7mf TNA INSURANCE CO.
tiux M. WHIT :-ijiiTH A1'kitt r, r l.vtS -ALSO-

: . c\HiTAr.,. . . . . others in
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B D.;. CCK Liz: rvil! lie a Quiucy th21th ----- 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering: Loti No. 1, 2, 3, I, S, 6, 7, in County qr. j 600,00n. I comparison
latter the week. / an nqw rrceiring Fall andYintrr\
pirtf j.rtcet.t AI/J-- j undersigned. Agent the above Company
.\ i. s o- THE
!Zi. *57. 17Notice received a large assortment of every variety receive ': with Dr. McLANE's
April >/ of/ L'loihs Cassimrret JUST applications for and make insurance are
: ; ]/ Vesting., tVc., "/ a color aril I quality. Window-Papering plain Lots N.m. 4, 12, lt: 1-5, 1 it'., 22:: 25, C9JO I ), 4S, Cl 1 again tlos by Firf. on Brick and Frame Buildings, i ,

a Every Color Sl le and I an 1 11ciircJ. 15or ,
y Quality i The alx-ivc il
viibcil
IIOIJBY.Nov. i j
T ETTCRS; 'td'r.ia'rtt: -a..i"a hnvitjj: been granted I 15. 1 So c.. jt; f to (lov. lirown. For further information and ternm s The
J.y t-i 1.10 <':t :h* Itt ciay ( June, A. D. 1 1E'57. by ?flZIZ I am prepared In mike uj> in the not I j \\ liii-h will l lac liberal,apply to &. Perry Arnnker, E-'j. j Wines, Syrups. &c. i| GENTJINEMcLanC'sVermifuge

J.-lira Hre! f I'r.b4t f-r tV.e roiirsty .if Leon : innxbic *lyic, on short notice \ Attoiuev at I-iw, "l'tl1ihtsei.: Otard Rrnridr
:izd <-f F'l' lt, <-n ilit> c-tite i-f iltrcrirtta Mary I B. CURSE CHARLES P. MANNING. OLD Sparklii g Cider, : and Liver
( iV-rt Old Port
i < Juice, j
AND ,
il.fur.T of the hilc REASONABLE
dc.tae1.]
Cli'O'll. 1>. Cioi -n. all -Ifbti! an J Jcii ind-8 f wl.ntsotxer nature ALSO now rccmini his Fall an 1 WLter; Stucl!: ,f A. PilRRY: { AMAKER.Februaiy : ) Surdinee Brandy Cheiries, Pills can now be had at
Shrry.
iijain-t the t-state of the sail Htuiietti Muya wd< ..utLl&f.r j
: ;, IS.:, ;. 7-if
Cra..nu. dete I 'haU nt -xl.ihit-1 :' i.e A lAXtlE AM WELL SELfcl.Tini: .TOCK OP Sparkling Gelatin! *. Pm eserti Quinces, all respectable

; al-iiiuistrator: afoiesnid within t\vi vei rsas presciib READY-MADECLOTHING Th'] ; : Cod Liver Oil.! | Flavoring Vca-t KxtiitvU, Ptftri. : Drug

'J b the s-lituU f the :State of Floii J. i ia such iV'TvilcuTamnnnd*. Stores.
c : it.ji'i'l% p.iviJeJ h.ill foiuver afteiwaul be i-=tin! : cf .vry {janoKt t .:.italic for winter wear, : coiisi'.tii in j part of Fienob and Eiigli.-Ii Cloll., Cimere' ; I.'RF.SH ,( !PURE: of thp ccbniJeI! Dmu-U" He Spauii4m Olives,. Sj.ices, !

*t cani fcanel, :a.ii"l"c\ u heitrby ivtii t > a'I creditors. ; ii'1 aCI.aa -?. Tabaas, d.5.' Vt t Pant- ,ve, AcwIWi and -tings of all c'lors! :and of the best qu ml fiinaii Clrrk ,fc Co., & R;>!..torV.F.r Cu1 Starch, Pic-kleo. i FLEMING BRO'S

4 aiii ous *iriil -d tk> tiistiiLut that vill bo di-jHed-fat! iow p ke'. ity, which he is prepared to manufacture t-j order mui I sale hv AMES 1; LIVELY Wurresteishir, 'ij'r.e, Salad Oil?, ,
*
ih'-ir 5-ti-c!tuns HI: p.T t will he liar ed at tau expi- Also, a Iiige: !lot of Main a ;.d Tancv Shirts, C.llni3! j the most rcas.inibo: terms and itj the most I Aprils! lS5t ir I Englili Mustard, Caper, j' 60 WOOD ST., PiTTeCcnan, PA.

ra''i t f f tbe priard afiies-iid., at. \ this notiec will be : Undershiits. Cravat Stockc, Ho-i.{ >iv." Ac, ic. FASHIONABLE MANNER Claret, Cocoa. v Sole Proprietor
jle:1e.l i U.r ciiinite.1 'irhi,, the TI osc dt-irin? a tlor.! jji: ,rit-tt will -fnsult their |1 Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth i AMES LIVELY. !i

.arne. 'oEO GE A. CROOM, Adzitr.Juree. own iiterests by rvinj tnt- a cxll, aa all the abuve :jr- Together nith a i'eral: nm.irtmnerit( of !! Rugs. I Jiiiiuniy S, lif-fl !| SCOVlL.t HEAD.

'57. t!! tides hava been seeeted! \vith great -arc. and with a : READY-HADE CLOTHIaG, | 4 FINK 1.OI'Dr.irS'bj: two nnd tire# Ply Wool j :r0. 111. Charters St. New Oreacs.j .
;
: special i Jew to tli'-iraJjptsti-jh to tbU inaiket. that 7i ill tviiir.ir.f.ivor.ibly) v.;iti> flY mt.-'k of (Jloth- i[ L\ C.irpetumL'| Also, a few piKC.-s Wool ar.ifCctton Mt t Approved Corn .11111 in Use. j General Wholesale agent for the Southern Sttte,, t

Notice. Octobei IS, 1S50. lv-42 ii.ir ever cxl ibileil fara1e m this city, con-jislitig ff j 'I,,., ivl fjio: Heat i li Rugs and I Dru: tjet, for ale nirl.t I A A OF tie' motl appjcvid LANIEIl CORN 1 whom all or Jets must be.uddressed.

Fine Bn! < k iiml Colored (Cloth aiJ: Frock Coals, nt D. LADD" | I /' / MILLS for nle b the Subscriber. These I Sold by Arae; >. LireU. E. Br.rnard. Jr.. iilI : !.
T ETTEIIS of a-lii.inistrnui haviti ben planted "
GARDEN SEEDS i Farcv (Cjwsiincr :iii I !leaver lVo.i; at d] Iluaicofs N--wp.it, Oct. 13. 1856. 42 Mill have been for sinne! time in use through this re j I Nash i'Co.. TallaLas, Pla. ; J. S. M. Diritoa
i-J t a inr. ', i the 1st day of J :" 157, y the IL n.Jivlie ; "
of 1'rub-tie, the e-.i.tv if 1eifl. State oflriJt. : ; Coats gii! n and lower part or Georgia and! give perfect ?at Quincy ; O2r.In.-r! 4 Mill. Newport : 7T. T. CnrpenI
r GROWTH OF 1356. {j Black!: anl.f.l-re 1 1C vth, ILuvr: a.id Pil-t Over- Circular Saw Mill Agency. isfartion, grinili-ig with ease -10 bushels and the rise I & Co.. .raukeenab ; Mcsely A Pope. MsdiionI
ti.e of U'jJtiam JLsr Cri-om. de- j
? 0:1 estnte \\rE woul 1 ca'lth-l ; attention of our fiends and! Suck Surtoutd, r IIE in the day, with less than the ordinary gin ]Hwer ap- I! Palmer A Bro., Mor.tiwIIo S. Pu'esten, Mootic lo!
alltJtbts ham
i.fut-6"n rtf the tste B. Cro.r. undersigned the for the sale
ve.scJ. ofI
Hardy the public i-joi-.i'ly, to our pre'ei.t Large sir.d ; lt.ir1ans lutk;! and Fr.iK-v Doe-kin and! Cashmere I agency ( plied to it. Tlie maker furnishes a. hand to put it W. Rogers d Co., Cbattaho cliee: Baltic!! A WUga
W. Heirick's up;
the
aljat
Circular
I deman nature I Saw
ar. f. >*rv :r against Improved Mills. | '
well selected
A'rtrnc.t <-f Pants, and one warranted to give satisfaction. on, Iananna Nicholson A Zeiyler, Bainbridge. Os.
: ;
every perfect
ofa.i] VT..I. Croin dccca-ed, which consist of tkreo sizos f.r 12, 48 a\d
? 52 inch
tet-ite Henry 54 j
FRESH GARDEN |i !>ei-t Oreii-ilim*. Ilarattu.-i: Sitiu and Cloth Vt-sts, or Call and examine them nt I). LADD'S. j 1). II. Dickinson, Bcinbridge ; E. Ssixai, Tbomanili..
shall l vxbiu'cl r.J tiuiitrat f. SEEDS. Sav/s. 'Jlice Ciiculais the best
tii-t e to jne a* ; re I are decidedly in use,
Fancy Vo'.vet, C.i-itl1.-re, Silu and Cas'bniTe dc., April 21, 1S55. 16 i Ca.
fU-l: Wita1.t t : vvar a pre.iibe1 by tlrttat t. z.f Our Seeds busing e\tril: iirf>rovementd over the Page" or any j
ore procured fiom a Cold Climat-, ami White Silk ii., February, 1857. 5-lj
of iri'.i.! in such made an.1 l MeJ otln Paten in i The cost M alxiut '
lh Sut F : XM
case jc<- e. 350,
nsp-TJeiitly will flourish the belter iu a warmer one, | Geiit Sh-iwI', Dr -'$iii!; J1.bc. Fine fcbirt*, Silk, ORANGE SPRING
fLevsr rrxr.l be Lart ad rotie LIeva- ai..l! I 1.'J' fair vprioii-" zeacevrjia'tz '
;
extra
as )
; carriage, ,
such us < t<. jg" dill i-aily! or semi your order, Cotton and Merino Under *>}ImN t jSLzx3.eeTALLAHASSEE ci I.a1VO1y
l v given ta a.! < rt-'I I tors leates. and juTsoin tiiti- ic. For further particulars apply to Male
that .vou t-sv -e'-ir.t; the v.ji-.ties vnu desire. Cai.to Flannel :nnd Jean Drawers. & Female Seminars FLORIDA
iic.I 2o AMES ,fc LI VILY..Lwury .
-ifl : t t-x-'r&tiun 'ftht af.'rt a.ai& ;51, 1S57.; ', ;( -1Zd.5'Q- November S. 1855. 44 rr HE situation of this Institution is at one of the g2; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
--,1 fxu.'iit 'vit'-i'i tie L1tani this n-aice will J. finest Sulphur Springs in the ountrv and
-- is unsurpassed
A CTTairl.Ttrjt rat DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Fnn' jtnd lil; rk bilk and!
t-r .I--.i-e.l! in bar tli -if. y Shoes Kerseys Linseys and Blankets. for health. It ia
(-r en.yof access for steamboat
S.iti-i i Til-sand I
to.ks. Ciav.its
t Collar*, colored I amiuhiiiKM
(iJIOJIGE! ; A. CROOM, AdmtV.Ju' New Books : aud a few hours stagii.g. Perfumery, :Dyestuff. SurpVal laetruroent.
and jilK (Glove;, Buck and IJrh Thread .
.-> C. "5T. The Principal with the experience of twenty \enrs. Spice", Snuff, Window! Glass. Faints.
received, lnrj do, I-idies Gauntlets Linen Cambric and
n asoitrstnt of ,
JUSt ; superior >3 W-1 and aided by a of assistants will devote Oils, Vanishes. Putty ManufhTtured Tobacco,
p .meous B-ioks, i. ',nStanarl hilk HauJkeichiefs, liiown and I'ancy Cotton, Lile 1 10 flOn YA.RI Kerseys and Ga corps competent ;
cuniju
1Iullet.t his whole and Glass W.ire. Pat eut Medicines
v/5 \ \ \ l'aina.! time to the improvement of his pspils.Tlie ,
; Works, Prose, Poetry and lt Thread anal Maiiuo 1 Hoe, i.lie.. CALL AND -
:'" irs MUI.L.KT: fs>r sn-e at a reduced price jjino. vrit!) all iherecftit obicatints!
I1 v D. C. WILSON. B.iert's Mill HWr.-th's! |United Stiiten.Motley's : : October IS. 183C. 42 I 1.000:) pairs gr -yriiix 'd and white Binukets, j !_', 1857. For particulars, ad<''re<,, and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal,purpom,

diy : 21 of the 1,000) pairs Russet Urngans. II. ANDERSON, Piincipnl.Nov. Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles.
lished.Allison's. History Dutch Republic,juet pub i With Wool Hats, 0-naburgj. aid such like nrticl -I1)), 1550. 43Lumber. Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segara.

--7I CAU2IAGE SHOP. liotice.J a for PlauUtiou use. in any. nuantitv. >>v I! They hare nreentlv received a Lai at and FruJk

Continuation. of the History cf Europe J 4 persons having deinamN agr int the tstnteJ z -1_). LADD. supply of eeryariety of articles usually kept by
leave iiiform th ti.i4ii.j 5th sn.l! Cth .qlmnp.q.AUvtt's \
Las -
2'i tvrsi.U' J ?! < \. of I-eii'ira 1'. ('u ezim.liav, dvcrhfi-d, late of Lcououn'y. Newport, Oct. 18, 1854. 42 drniets. Planters and Physicians' will always fad
..' '" ..riid Mixiuity. that he has a'iil Sott Npolecn B napmrte; Tlieir.,' i <- aie -n-by! notified to present them to I the "V\.TE have on bund Five or Six hundred Tbon.,an at this eaiablitbiceut a full supvly] of every tiu'og nec
.
si>:c t ta. r A-* +lt cauley's E'isjiniifl], 2ru srI 4th vohir.itjllolliii'i; An eription. which will be delivered in Tallidiasse! low.- Orders from the
Lirery Stables, i j 'vithiii time time pr cribfcil by liw: or they will be | Country promplofilled and aatifac
ciciit HUtoiy; Thiiluiiir I (!rj(('. ; lio'iitji'ir.s vi.rklrese.Jtt.s ; [ barred ; and all thame iuileble-l I iae reiiiesteil I l<> make SIX ilfiiths after dale I shall present my final ac- Th.v1 wishing Lumber can address us at Ccttreville. I tion guaranteed, frith regard both prices and quali
: ,:t.4na ii M'lr fWCUpie'i bv J. L CrrOIlT; -rdiiir.ivl a: l Isabella, Mexico. I't-rn. i immediiitdv. and vouchers lo the! lion. JuJi/e/ of Pro- Bills sawed at short luiice. i t 7. Physician's prescriptk-n arc folly compouncf
s-vi-' If 4 it :,ui.- iii do! :il! Bind* of woik i it: his Philip the 2nd and Mi i-luie-'U! R'j'sell's Moil.Tii I payment bato Jt'llorson A. I!. COMBS & CO. ,
;
.TOIN! C. eRENSII.W, .'. luutl'r.M.y county, as executor of the estate of Also Eppme's compound fluid Extract of Bucha
V .1* It.c eii'ilt't iK-tiCU Jitld nil the m '6ltl Europe; Hu'.lant't'! IIi toiical! "V .irk<-, The Works <.l l' 'ol. 20-b\v KoU-i H. Jouc( late of said county deceased, and! Sept. 27, 1S58. 89 Jan 5, 18516s

i.A -.-(/.\ .1 KL K TERMfi: [ I>.r.l Bacon, Ad .rif,u. (Joldrnith, Irving, i freatt, a-k for a discharge from said exccut
: .. IXcKcns: ; Irvngs Lif: .;\Vasiirgt.an.t S.ak's| : Wath- : D.JOHNSON, Ext'r. Notice.
r.: ::
, r: .' : # n 1 w.iiri'u 1 n'.l kinds of lep.iinug. llavn'uud .ius Writing*, in 10 volumes.! liSiary style] ; O IX months after date, I ahull; present thy final nct SIX month* after date, I will present to the lion Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to

; 1i: ji tirr-t rate Ci..iibers! Cclpedia of Amprican Literature in t )O counts -unl vouchers to the H-,n.Judge of Probate Fairbank's Court of Leon county, my accounts and FOIL with a small farm and improvement and

': C'irriire Pointer aid Trimmer. volume I ?, j jii"-t ifs'ie-.l, containing au a'-coinit of t th, for Jeffi-ri'oii county, as fulinini trator of the estate of Perry vouchers as Administrator cf the estate of Matthew will b<3 sold at a bargain, inquire of

I fri>m N *iv Y"ik, ihe nhIl.r1trIed i* p&pari: 5 to d.j literature of our counti 7 from its discovery to the prc- i j A\les B. Lord, lato t>f mind ouunty, doceaRed, and ask LrrrATED! on tbo Oclockuce River near the Georgu I I J. Allen, deceased, and nt the same time apply for a i JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLET.

; tIts Vi-i'i "f rk a* well ai-l: iu the !Jalcit style, as it j i g-nt day: with a d.n'air of the Authors and extiacta fc.ia dUcbanro from maim! a'Iniir.LstratorrtLip. L.) Hue, formerly known as the Lynn Ferry being final discharge from the further administration of said j TVakulla, Fhx. October 4, 1856. 40
estate. R. G.
ALLEN.
.- ca. It"n! r.* Ilia; N rtj! !' fryn their writitigs. The b' st book of the kind txj WM. R. LORD, Admfr. now chartered aud well established ; and having a Feb. 14 '57. 'T6mAdministrator's

All th r who have: this kinJ of wirk to do, and,j lant. Air-Ill57. 15gunNails. new and excellent Ferry Boat ten feet wide and fitly Insolvent Estate Notice.
i .Simm's B. rd.'r Stories and Rcvolntinnaty Koniauces feet long being ami attended
wi'h it iJtme i ii a inaunfr that will not fail to gIvesattiiCtk'1 ; competently constantly ,
wcul i do Tell to '-al! on in sets; .Statesman's Manual; HibUay of the the undersigned would respectfully inform all who Notice. STATE OF FLORIDA.

i. i? WM. KUIINS. ; Iii>;iublic! '.V'bster'anal Cdhouus'uik'., complete! I wish to cross the River that they can cross al Fair- JEFFERSON COUNTr.TTpl .
j i'l G volumi9.nink -i KEOS ofassouteJ NAILS, (orsale in Lt OIX months after date I will present to the Hon. Pro3 -
bank
May 2. '57. 13 Ko-iki aul I Letter L\JJ to CASH purchasers at reduced pi ices, by Ferry at all times with ease and safety whether bate Court of Gadsden county, my account and H. ANDREWS sheriff and administrate
: Stationery, C.ip. Ljilan.I : the water is high or low.
1).C. WILSON. vouchers as administrator de bonis non of the state T T ex officio, of the estate of David Wool ,latdofJeffemou
Anii!:! P.iper Oi'.I 1 and Steel Pens with and
HARRISON
Florida House. ; May 23. '57. 21 FAIRBANK. of James Poindexter, deceased, and at tEas same time county, deceased, baa filed in the Probat
\vitlw .. Izi.J.s!
t : and Vioitiii Jan. 17
> LuvCI..1)e 57.
; f.incy plain; 3
; "lIE IICUSE beret -fure known as au-1 PLiiii'CanK Journals apply for a final discharge from the further administration ofllce of Jefferson county a written suggestion that
; Ledgers DavBuuk I of said estate HUDSON MUSE. be believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.
JL the Oeiji lJ late 3 3Bjin
:>u-e, Jlcf f *' ?, Ilecord* and Pa'-s-lnioks, aud article! Notice.OIX -
H-tf'i. will; contiia( <'ptfl K r fin iijjjj usually found in our busnifss.j every Dr. P. P. LEWIS Quincy, Jnn. 17, '57. S-6m Thereupon, noticeis given to all persons having
i Mouths after date, the undersigned adminislraO -_ claims against said estate to and file the um
if ? traveling public rfSHSS appear
< by
recpi in IH-I ii Nov. 15. -1C McDOUOALL &
j IIOUI5Y.c of the of Lewis notice to his friends and pat LIME. with the of said before
or > iVt through Thotms\ilc.! It tor estate M. Saunders deceased 3JVES Judge of Probate connty, on or
5 conveyance ujui ---- -
l j I late of Leon county, will made his final exhibit to that be ia now in possession of Lime the 12th day of December next when there wilt
l.'rthe ctitpa'l urd inaiiagcaeutofa La ly. India Rubber Packing. 1 the latest 1( On BIlLS. fresh and Jn good order,just
dcsiiinsfnteel nd comforttble accommodations the Judge of Probate of snid county, and ask to be all improvements in Dentis JL\JJ landed and for sale by be a p-o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to-
,
her best efforts lo [ ("NDIA Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses from 3- discharged. JOSEPH B $JCHRISTIE, AdmtVA try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth without producing McNAUGHT ORMOND said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which

may rely upon at the Sauth end pleare.'Situated Jefferson St. I J. 10 to i inch, constantly on hand at I). LADD. prill 857- 16-6m pain, by the aid of a local application, which consists November 1856. ,45Notice. & CO time the said William H. Andrews will apply for hit-

ti- Newpoit Oct. 18, 1856. 42 I _ m applying artificial freezing mixture to the parts final discharge from the administration of laid estato..
ThnrnoviIe! Coo.Mi .
Jrjcmoii/ Circuit Court, Nov. Term, 1857. until fully benumbed. 2(1, The immediate!nsertion ofa THOMAS CHACE..
: _10. 57;_ 20-3in ] William Budd, Administrator of'j Temporary Set, on Gutta Percba, which can be Judge of Probate.

THROUGH DT48 HOURS! i W. C. Miller, deceased,and in hi* Alvin May, 1 Attuchtneut. worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully persons having demand* against the estate March 7'S' 10 9mNotice.

j own right and in right of his wife, '.5- > Damages, ?500. prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on ALL AtTain Gramling, deceased, late of Leon county

1 heirs at Law of Elizabeth E. S. Ouillard, ) Sum Sworn $111.53.
Rt that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are are hereby notified to present them, properly authenticated
Miller, d'-ccasc, In Cbuneery "PHE Defendant and all others interestefl rehcrc1 go much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, and to the undersigned administrator, within I .

r*. ( In Madison Circuit 1 by notilied of the commencement of this suit by perfect cleanliness. the time prescribed by law or they will be barred; SIX months after date undersigned will present

John L. Miller, Administrator, of Couit. attachment, returnable to Fall Term uf the Cuuit, May 31, 1856. 22 and nil these indebted arc requested to make accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Pro
Elizabeth MilUr, deceased, Alexander payment bate for the county Gadsden and ask for a final
*%* and to appear and! plead to the same. -- immediately.

P. Miller, Thomns J. JOHNVEST, Clerk. Iii Leon Circuit Court. A. P. GRAMLING, AdmtV. settlement and duchurge from the administratorship

Milton and Chattahoochie I Miller, Elizabeth C. ililller and May I 16, '57. 20-Sm May 1657. 20-8 w of the estate of Wo. P. Larkias. late of said county
Daniel K. and James
Wm. J. Miller. Granger deceased. THOMAS H. SCOTT, Admfr.Jan .

U. S. Mail Line IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Notice.ALL II.trading Gamble, Ac.,, as late Granger partners& In attachment. diary J. Hume, Compl't.. In Chancery. 24. '57._i-6ai_ -.

Alexander P. Miller, Thomas J. Miller, Elizabeth persons having demands against the estate of Gamble Sum sworn to $275. t'.,. I
Circular Saws.
e.mi-Weo11y- y C. Miller nod Wm. J. Miller, are non-residents of the Hnzzard, late of Gadsden county deceased vs.Thomas 17. Damages, ?50(. Joseph N. Whitner and 3 Iu Leon county,

Leaves Milton Tuesday's andjfriday's, atlQ State of Florida: 1 1It will take notice that they must present them P. Randolph. Eveline Hume, William Hume '& OFUFFmrS,, and- HOE A COB

o'clock, a., in. is therefore ordered, that said defendants appear fo the undersigned duly authenticated within the time T Defendant, and all ot icr persons interested, and Jessie Hume, infant heirs MiJdlc Circuit. WELCH Sawi, fronj 42 to 54 inches size, eoo

Leaves ChaUahooclicc Tuesday's and Satur to and answer- plead or demur to said Bill, on or before prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar JL are hereby notified of I he institution of the above of Jesse Hume, deceased. ) atantlr for sale at a coimi ?ion on "mannfadnrer 5

day's after arriraldfthe Steamer fromApalaefr1a the fiVbt Monday in November next, otherwise of their recovery ; and nil persons indebted to said suit by attachment, und are required to appear and IT appearing te the Court by affidavit of B. F. price, bT P, LADD..

the Bill shall be taken as confessed ngainst them. estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment plead to-the declaration riled therein. Whitner, Esa, that the said infant defendants, Newport, December 20, 1W6. 81
and the TaJlafuuit _
Stage from And it i is further prdered .That of this
a order
copy thereof to the undersigned. COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Cllc. Eveline Hume: William Hume and Jessie Hume, reside -
e,'Jfla.f and'Dalnbrldge, Ga., be published iu a newspaper printed in Tallahas JAMES M. SMITH, Sh'ff and April 4,1857. 144m beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and beyond Notice.
'IN see. Florida, once a week for four MontliB. Passed officic the limits of this State but wihn
GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! ez AdmtV ; the United State : demand against lit UU

ft HIS Line ft now in firrt rate order. The whole at Chambers this 8th J.day WATTLES of June,BAKER 1857. Judge. June 6, 'So. 23-8 Notice.SIX It is ordered that said defendants appear and answer ALL persona. having Sanders, late of Gadsdeo county.

J. Stock bas'been renewed, with new and comfortable S the bill on or before the first Monday in October next, deceased, will take notice that, they must presto
Jucc137. 24-4tn
and Sale Stable Months after date I shall present final ac otherwise the Complainant's Bill shall be taken
Hacks. The Driven are careful sober and accommodatin liverv- my as them to the undersigned duly authenticated wilhto
.. A)ibtral Allowance of baggage allowed and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Prt confessed : Provided, That this order be published the lime prescribed by law, or this notice will I*

to .acopamogerJAl Tallahassee Rail Road. HE undersigned gives notice bate, of Leon county, a* executor of the estate of once a week for four months, immediately preceding plead in bar of thefr recovery ; and all persons Indebted

4 MEETING of the Stockholders of this Corn pa. JL, that he has purchased John Ocok, deceased, late of said county, and ask to the said rule day in October, in. some newspaper pub to said estate are hereby notified to makf immediate
-_ the Livery Stable of._ be discharged. THOS. J. ROBERTS Exl'r. lished in the of Tallahassee
J\. ny will be field at the office of the Company in City ; the.eof to the undersigned.
pajnunt
-- -I. ,AGENT5: naba8ee, bo Wednesday 8lb day,of July next, at William H. Newsom,in Tallahassee,together with the April 18, 67. 166mNotice Ordered at Chambers, this the twenty first day JAMES M. SMITH, Ib'fll and

bfliov; z. Jj A, CHATTI*. 11 o'clock, A. M. A full attendance u requested. good will of the establishment, 'and that he is now of May A. D. 857. cx ofBcio .Ldthtr.
Ala, W. D Moxtoit prepared to the boninesa in all its hrancbe* .
Qfotm, ,' ; fly order of thi PfesideDL. carry on J. ..WATLE, ? BAKER, JoJge. June 8, '87. w
CatnpbeltooT" ., .j.w. 8u ,. THOa BARNARD, Stcrttary. ana promises the publicwith good accommodations May 2357. 2I-4n H
Ue.rfan : *. 'W. : in hw liue on reasonable terrris.J1ICHARP.- Mouths after data, lbs will -
? 1coLs, May 30, IwVy,, 2g- t SIX tuulctslgiued present : Mackerel and Hcrij4
t Clwttabbotbris ft D. CowpV.:; SAUNDERS.N. final aoeotml$ at>4 voucher as administrator on Boots and Shoes
Passengers can t..takf3, through with cert&intf, B James T. Herring u my duly authorized the estate of Wm. Laffixm, deceased, late of Leon Aa FEW HALF BBLS.each Na. I *****
Fluid
t etttritr, and with oomibrt. Burning agent, aixi! hs.s entire control of the business, representing county, and ask to be discharged. Wmene'and Childrcns'. A bAod-l .Herricg, direct from tj>e ri beri **

'. OEO.D. FISHER, (\? 4 SUPERIOR QuiLrry.'jiwt received nd me aa fully a* if I was personally present. JOHN 0. CREN8HA.W, Adoafr MEN'S' ftsnrtmenf, landing per MyiticL luw rate bv

Propri.t and Contrsetor _J (oT pile br' AMES & LIVFXY. RICHARD SAUNDERS. In right obi, -wife LrowomA P. C tMAnr?. Sin'! for sale by 'IfoNAUGHT, OHMOKD A..CV. M.NAUGHT.OPM0D 4 C.

(.y January, 81. 1857. 6 SW. 6.lS51. March 14'B7. ll-era MtrchSl.'BT. ?l *


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