The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JULY 1 11, 1857. !. 7OL. IX---KO. '28. .

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: -Tho Spider and he Snake. I becoming more slow, however, from weakness 1 Another Discourse from "The Harp of a Fearfully Astounding Performance by 'a TOVCHI.-SO SCENES IN A NEW YOKK CrnrCOUKT I I I WHAT EX-!>XHI>BT TYLB' BuD-1-

and fatigue ; and the spider continued to '! TJn'u nnd StrJllze." Female. ,-A seafaring man, named George :I will be remembered that ex-Prtsident Tyl.r.
TEAT PF A HOWE ilrmrn.: down and the cord The following, together with the well : I Wood
AFTONItftG move up on gradually \\'as arrested for stealing somo wearing I: In his recent Jamestown was "por"

shortening it, until at last t, when drawn upward known sermon on the Harp of a Thousand I II I Tho most cirri'U; ? exhibition at the great I apparel at : late fire. He urged a an i ted! to have that Stewart's oraton.marble !
' It would seem that there is no living thing so far that only two or three inches of Strings," is published in England as.a veritable Paris circus is what the programme culls the excuse that he had no money, and was without sid *

yr obnoxious not to find some admirers. the end of his tail touched the floor, the snake specimen of the pulpit oratory of the backwoods exercise of dislocation." The journalists the common necessaries of life ; that he in New York \a built out oi the profits of

What creatures so repulsive as rats and spi- expired about six days after he was: first dis of tho United States try tn' imitate it by twitting the I'rench language bud never before been cuilty of any infringement I three thousand free negroes who were sent WNew

dtis ? Yet the London Quarteily finds something covered.A: r into all sorts of complimentary chapes of law. The complainant, lr. I\night : York to be sold. This, it apptari was

}beautiful and even ]loreable in tho formcr. 'I more heroic feat than that which this little *. Beloved breethering, I I'm the man what in describing it. I a Hebrew, was 10 touched by the n blunder rflade by a reporter. Afr. Tyler.in ..

aid: Dr. Asa Fitch, in Harper's monthly, spitler performed is probably} nowhere upon [ preached the sermon which has been printed Imagine, says one of them, a slender! female, : of the accused, that he declined to make an I .
I the
show that the latter delicate little record snake foot in in the from the and he affidavit but the aIulng to operations bf Dunmoro ia
labors to -a a length hung by papers text played on a brunette, with flashing eyes, hollow cheeks, against him, on contrary).
ol'jcctb' are worthy of our esteem and admi- a common house fly l K Truly, thA race is I'| a harp uv a thousand strings-spenitsuv just black tresses streaked with bluish tints, of gave him a couple of dollri to ameliorate : Virginia, just previous to the war of independence 'j

!ration.: lie denies that their bite is fatal to : not to the swift, nor is the bailie to thc strung! ; men made lerfeclI mout as well say .I that exotic ugliness which must bo a beauty hia condition. After of )Ir.I I said ; '

J.IIY"o insects, and extols their agility ; And this phenomenon: may serve to indicate don't take pride in things uv that sort, for in sojr.ewhere: far away, under tho tent or in thI'ngod ; Wood, Mr. Knight entered into a con versa.tion I He proclaimed.emancipation to the negroes

sdroitucES, sagacity and heroism as worthy to us that the intelligence with which the the language uv my text for tu day-I'm an l. She comes dancing and floating ina : with the Justice relative to scenes of \'icE I f fI and invited them to join hit srkhdard.They .

, ..i'all pTli!E'. In support of these views, he j i i Creator has endowed the humblest, feeblestof orful dinner the chief among ten thousand, loose robe with red stripes. She throws misery und destitution which were daily presented ; did so in large numbers ; and humanity .

, tells tbe following curious story concerning |i.: his Creatures, is :ample, for enabling them and the one altergether luvly. Them is tho herself down on a carpet spread oul in :the to the court. While so engaged a female at this day, weeps over their cruel suffer

.' .. heroic; spider who captured a snake. The! i to triumph in iwiy emergency in which He words which you'll find in GtJ1H'e. I'm centre of the circus, and lo, she! begins her 1 very lady-like in her manner, entered ; ings.( Many were fiebt W the West Ind"

utla came off last bummer in the s'oro! of ',I places them, if the but exercise the faculties gwine to preach without notes, 'kase I can't ,I chimerical exercises. She tears herself to the office inquiring for her husband, whom while others were sent iri New .

!r'.atles' Cook, in the village of Havana, Chpsiurg : he has given" them. It is only the slothful, rite, and 'lias I couldn't read it ef I could ; I t J "\fpces-unbones! hereelf she passes her l lug, : she heard was under arrest. On being in. ; forwarded elsewhere. From an aged cltbea t":,

: :Jury, N. Y., and is attested by the cowardly, timorous, that fail, and thE'fail' my notes are bank notes, of which I htiv a like a shoulder belt, over hr neck-she undoes : formed that he had been committed to prisonthe i of Staten Island, (Mr. Isaace 11!,) I learned )

lion. A. B. Dickinson, of Corning who !! not ?') much before their enemies as t before : pocket full, and notes of hand, which I shall like honk, the collar bones of her night before for drunken and disorderly! a few years ago that the mercantile l-

!.ims.'lf witnessed tho phenomenon, as did their own BUpincnes. I give to our square to collect, when I gets J ehouldeia, and throws }behind her back her conduc she said that he was her husband, j jdUlt palace tff A. T. Stewart i built upon the I

::I"re than a hundred other persons." A-Leaf Wor1hPrecr'i1ng.-- aa I II I back to Indianny, fur-I'm an OJ:ful sinner, '' arms, bent }backward. he bad gone out of tho City to work : burial palace of 3,000 otblS ..".

An orary" looking spider of a dark color I I, I the chief among ten thousand, and the one: The strangest: of all is the haggard look, I some days before, since when she had not 1j!

its b : lot larger than that of a common ji ih. j criuors TACT FROM HISTORY. !I II alterjrether ill\1 iv. inspired, utmost prophetical, with which she seen him, and after having suffered the most : TUB I COKVMTIO.II": i:KANSAS.. -AvKan-- .;

i Lse! fy; had taken up its residence, it app'ir :I The Saxons first introduced- archery in the This text, my breelhering, can be divided accomplishes this frightful pantomine. It is intense suffering on account of his failure to i sas correspondent of the New York Journal
the under side of a shelf beneath i I I into three pieces-fust 'ecotd-thinJ.! ; lust' I return home expected on SUn' aJ cveniug, I II J
*, on not a mountebank work it is the convulsive a
time Yoltigenr.. It was dropped immediately < ; nf Commerce, in a letter dated the 19th June
tl.e coui.ti-r of Mr. Cook's stOI e. What may I'm an orful sinner. That! means YOU indivvidually devotee of celebrating I 'I the had just lenrtied what had become of ; J
after the but revived by thcI some extravagant religion
conquest : writes : ::
;\ snake ; Its sin drink water and j I band but had into bad There is little doubt that tho Convention
tin cfthi's little animal on discovering from the Saracens, who probably derived it J nor one. a to in seeing his worshippers suffer. Her I lately got company, :
:.!jGUt a foot iong selecting for its abode the i from the I'arthhns. Bows and arrows, asweapons catch the ague wEar a little spirits will keep eyes supplicate, h"r gestures attest and hrr ;, whom she was fearful would effect his ruin will frame a Constitution in which the subjectof

' fl! ,or underneath, only two or three spans distant : of war, were in use with stone cannon you in good health, 'tis[ a sin to steal awhile i lips trace distressing smiles. You are reminded and forever destroy her happiness ; that but j slavery will not bo referred, to, and in sub Ij

from its nest. It was a common silk ball so late as 1C-10. It is singular that away'-'tis a bin to swearunless you swear of those Indian dancing girls who writhe a few week ago she had lost :child, and ': mitting it to the actual settlers of Kansas,
,. had been into and tin not 'tis sin to lie unless lie I' il her of and none but the actual settlers, submit a distinct "
fctiake, :hich, perhaps, brought all the statutes for the of archery a you before idOlS ; of those Almians! stuck through now thIS calamity appeared as cup :
lie- store unseen in a quantity sawdust with framed after encouragement the invention of low and !iep (lam k. Pride. is !il.nrn is and through with poniards, that vou see in misery was about bf ing filled! to the brim. cAuse, ir addition, to be or not to be lu.

'. which thf floor had been recently "carpeted." i, powder were and fire-arms. Yew trees wore gun encouraged proud of their books ; now ain't, though I've( Persian miniatures, dancing on their heads !Myers was then brought into Court, when i| corporated in tho instrument, providing for .

. The snidi-r was well aware, no doubt, that it in church yards for the making of the gift and grit to tponk: in. Sum is proud I before some pensive Shah squat on piles ol 'his poor, distracted wife proceeded to address : the recognition, or not, of slavery. in the new .t

would! inevitably! fall a prey to this horrid bnws, in 148:2.: Hence their generality: of their h min ; thank (God: I've none to be f' cushion, and cares in: Us braided beard him! in tones that will never lie forgotten by I State." '"

monster the fir-st time it should incautiously I churchwards. proud -for I'm nn orfal sinner, tho chief with} a hand covered v.ith ring*. those who were present ; and, certainly, no Another 'Washington correspondent con.

venture!: within its reach. We should expect i, Coats of arm came into vogue in the reign among ten thousand, and the altergether Nor j is this all. A glass: CUM is brought pen can portray)' the effect of the language: | cludes n letter upon the present state things '
that to avoid such a frightful doom,,it would I luvly. forward which would hold lobe sho'isedon} that occasion.Ve must, therefore .
scarcely a
I of Richard 1, of England, and became hereditary : i in Kansas, with the following : o
fiTsak its present abode and seek a more in families about the I 19".!. They Second Chief among ten thousand.: .: carefully! folded. Slu leaps on the edges of l content ourselves by merely giving an
o-ur? retreat elsewhere. But it is not improbable look their rise from the knights year painting their Thar i is different, kinds of chiefs. Thar's the the fragile casket, twists, dislocates! herself; outline of her words : I Oh, John little did I "The course of things, then, will be this : ."
I mischief the chief of sinners and the (':mvii- emthink here After Tie convention will submit the instrument
!hat a brood ofits eggs or youngwas recommences her gestures am! mysterious expect finding you 'i
banners with different figures to distinguish!
ecr'ted r.ear the spot, which the parent ga Chief. Th< mischief means the Old Boy, : then the wailing) and watching in vain for your return, Congre, and that body will approve it,
f them in the ci-uades appeals ; suddenly, you see body
, foresaw would fall a prey to this monster if I The first of moderM times wh t keeps tho fire oflicc below, and poor articulated apparently: sink: down like tissue until I could no longer hope or their natural i standing army folks sufTtr in the could here on airth. The! : : alive I walked the floor to and fro i of tho Territory, tho popular, wi! to be ascertained -t:
abandoned ,
they w' rc by guar. was established! byJCbarlos: YII, of France! in of which the ti-- i; uroosen.d! and fold itself you again mode .
ti'an i' and protector.Ve can conceive of no i 1445. Previous to that tim the king had chief of sinners means you, TOU wharf rats, up) in ajur.ibio :!t the bottom of the box. It for many a weary hour, in the greatest agony, : itself by some Congress. \I

TD'.hei: ii-e which should have induced the his nobles for contingents; in aitcr-demelons, anllebus animals, what live i-5 no longer : body, no longer a form, no fearing that: some dreadful calamity had .happened prescribe r
depended I
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remain and defend hero i.bout the canawl. Look at them ere !' and that woud! soon be brought
cjjiJer so pertinaciously time of war. A standing army was first es- longer something organic or atirulat-d.: It you THE NEW SENATOR FROM NfcW U.bfP-
that particular spot at the imminent risk of i: tablithed! in England in lGlSwU)' Charles I, hosaes rise up ill judgment agin you, high uv i is a p-icket of limbs loose, scattered unbonediictvvccii I home :t corpse. But here you are in prison, \' SHIRE.-Tho Nashau Gazette that Daniel :
i",': ':\n life. when the could so easily have well the 1 lone, low uv flesh, toff hides, and short memories which} a tuft cfdc.ad hairs with disgrace upon ourslland he.nrt-broken
but i it was declared Plegal! IS as organization vegetates ) Clark, who has been elected to fill the
;i-! ; sin! ] tttablished! herself in some secureS i! of the royal guards in 1G79. The ; hear the crows cawing for they know :like a handtul/ uf seaweed en the spongy segments : wife. And this all through influence of ,;. placo of Senator Dell, is one of the most p.
t-lst where. But how, we wellf' that whar the canawl is lhar will the crows ol'a. rn-jllusc. Dr. Holmes bad company, one bad man who, I am t'
S :'- :: it for such a weak, tender permanent be gathered.:: The Cayugu Chief h a fel'or' i "like seaweeds round ." You : shocked to is living openly with a i sympathizes if
: ".as :' 1 England, was the \eouien of the guards, established :cn! ) might say. vie in many of the wild notions of the Garrisons ,
'1'1 ti't-:' Ttttf.iri> to combat such a powerful: in 14SG. what pitches into my t frens tho speril-doalers, believe that \ on see again: that mysterious : character of a woman. Oh, John you \ j Theodore Parkers and Fosses of lhat
:tj.u-n-.ti: : runt? What power had she to do Guns invented by S-.varlz, a German, and my other frona tlie: Statc Prison officers.Ho coffer of the' Thousand and One Nights, soon forgotten your poor child, wIt hums yet faction. He baa furnished to
: wore : money promote
,"; :::...ti wiuvh: could subject the monster to about 1376, and were brought into use by is :HI\ your cold water men who goes drawn out from the depths ot the Tiger by a scarcely grown cold! beneath tho sod Is it I tho distiibutiou disunion documents, showing .a'i

'. ..1] :. .. slightest:: :inconvenience or molestaj the Venetians in 13S2. Cannon were inven- for the prohibition} law what Gouvcrnor Soy- ,! fisherman, beneath the eyes of the Haroun- thus that you arc pr paling to meet that child where his heart is the His
on subject jji
'. that of fettering mour vetoed. If'twlllt Sunday I shonld hooray arid in which the in a better and brighter world, and judgebut i
\ : Her ordinary resort, j ted at r.n anterior date. They were fir.t used 'II al-Haschid, : Caliph perceived election is considered a triumph of the extreme .
l .-1 J :ijiiiiiirg; her victim }by throwing her | at the }battle of Crcssy in 1340. In England for l'Jmour-for I'm an orful sinner, the ; with horror the body of : oang! woman, i I can say no more Abolition wing of the sham Republican

: :irzs:: It J cob\wL around :t, it i is plain, would '! thev were first used at the siege of Berwick chief among ten thousand, and the one altergether cut to picct I, Here the poor woman stopped, being una- party."

; !h.' of no ijiore avail here than the cords upon !: in10;). It was not until 1344, however, luvly. ;;j "Wretch," he exclaimed( '.:.) (;afTer i his bio to give further utterance. to her grief f, nnl : .
! the limb of the unshorn Shinson. Aware "ll-irtliy. Aliergetliet IulDiiTeitut: i faithful \'izier, is it thus you' watch over tIle more. %\2ia \ a ittiutj um < v.w uij. .:). I "iVBM or IJEES I* A UHttcuY.-.nr.
that they\ were cast in England. Tney were :is l'i lv. \'.'beu boat swims like a said enough, for her husband cried, the' judge
that !her accustomed mode of attack was useless things \ my actions of my pvople, and that you let m)' | Charles C. Coffin, connected with the Boston
Venetians in
i-ow (l.d she acquire: the knowledge and ', 'sc-d o'i beard of ship by the thu Turks about duckI say she am luvly-when Ill) wife j subjects be thrown into lie Tiger, in order I cried, the clerk cried!, the officers cried, in i iI press, who resides in MaMen, on Sunday

sagacity jo An'artillery was i iI
o o;icily to the case in hand-one dt"- the tame company of t'Migur-s as well as myself,) I fay she ariiluvlywlie.i tho day judgment ? If yon do not promptIv I j II.s purse strings, and extended Q truly sun- something worth reading, no doubt,) beard a
ill tittlt.d in England forveeLly military eserrises the wind. don't! blow and it don'tllin tho I[ pathizinr hand to,the couple before I noise from tIle
pf'.d'i'!',": upon ;he structure and habits of the I avenge the death of lils woman by 1 lfietrc singular coming ( direction of
! ; aid in rendering it successful ?- ]I in iWO.lnurance in ) and it don't ,nothing, I say the day am death of her murderer. I swear by the holy him. Justice Flndrt lu, on a prom- the fire place. On tracing it to it* source be
erpit j first I
!H!, she able: to perceive 'hat it was i in i of ships was practised I luvly-fur rill the chief among ten thousand of God; that I'll have YOU hung, yon; iso of future good hehl'iour, permitted 5lyersj I found a swarm of bees had taken possession
-u- \::? of Caesar in 45. It was a general nlH
i the reign home with his wife who firvently/ac- !
tho one altogether luvly. of relatives." Then as quicklyas j to go of the afthe and
Lcr !>C.V.Mto wii.J: lloop of her threads a in ll'Jl.) Insurance offices arid forty your : : : upper portion chimney, were
', :::::1 'his cnA:tur 's throa', despite of all his custom in first Europe established in London in 1007. In conclusion, breshring: if that big pile she took herself to pieces, she puts herself | knowledged her gratitude forthsin'TCCstsion I busy in manufacturing honey for the reason.

, ekz4nrs to foil hc-r in this work-a loop of were first studied the Moors uv stuns was one stun what a big stun it : together again, re-arranges herself mends !i in her behalf. I The only perplexity in the mind of Mr Coffin

srffi"i; il nt strength! to hold him securely, not- Astronomy was r.y in would be, et yon my brethering were one j herself, and lifts herself up at once entire,Ii}0 ia i is, how he will procure the saccharine prod.
them introduced into Europe How HEAR CA nAy''IAIL.A -: A JHORT
wL-t; : Li struggles As and wr'r.L.rg:: and was by bruther what a big brother you'd be, and if I Imj' the puppet of a snuffbox with a secret spring. THE tr 10 I uct after it is manufactured. Travelling in a
::ndng: Tbe rapid of modern r.v Norwegian fable "
1:201.: progress big bruther should! fling that big stun into : of this astonishing acrob.ite isM'zne. satisfactorily) I and bees be
The chimney might foot-able
she could name ,
u-nil her tackle-like grad..dly among
: l-\ power trauon1dates from the lime of Copernicus. that counts for the short tail of the bear. n-I
thus literal- the cana-.vl, what a great big splash : I'oulrnarche.Tnn but not peasant.-Boston! Bee.
hoist him Iii from the floor, Books of, astronomy and geometry wore destroyed would nilke-fur I'm an orful sinner, the' bear, it seems, was once 'I.'t by a fox .
iv Irtrging him bv the neck until he was : infected with magic, in England, carried load of fish, and ho, in answer to i -
! us chief among ten thousand! and the one alterzct1ier ; NATIONAL 110x1:1. SICKKESS; : AO.The .\: a EATING ORANGE PEEL.-We learn that a
(lead? lor this was the feat which this adroit j unf'er; the reign of Edward \ I, in Ij5:. : the question how he had obtained them, icp'ied I[
feat beside lir.ly. Editor of tho New York Scalpel littlo[ son of Robert Oliver, of this city, about
Jiliie heroine actually performed-a !| Banks were first established by the Lombard notice there that he had caught them by angling. -j
: i Lrc thcringI want to give five of in .
"My : ageis now lying a
which dl! the fabled of Hercules derived the following statement in regard to I years very
exploits is from desire known
} Jews in Italy. The mme this next rk5 The bear expressed a to an Iso j
will be some earnings on at place condition from the effect of eating
i In ovc-rpoxvering lions and serpents and dragons banco, bench ; benches being creeled in the I four when I the mysterious sickness at the National Ho useful, when the fox informed him that he orange
Sunday afternoon at half-past peel on Monday last. Parents cannot be too
And !
i.k! int3 utter insignificance market places for exchange of money, &c. shall prove the doctrin that uv all the shells! ii: i Washington : had only to make a hole in the ice and insert cautious in keeping peel from their

, WHO can say that in tle planning: and execution I Tho first public bank was at Venice, about : tho world, the hard shcls! am the thickest and i I We have a patient from the immediate! his tail., .You must s.'op! long enough and I children, as it contains orange an activa poisonous .
\f this stupendous achievement there was The Bank of England WHS establishvd i not mind if it hurt a little," said the I Ii j
1550. sinner tho chief hotel I you
I'm orful this
the! best-for an LitlCiflitV of -a very common oil, which in many cues has caused the deathof I
not forethought, reasoning, a careful weighing in 1693. In 1GUG its notes were at t20 among ten thousand, and the one altergcther man and a house keeper-who assures us i friendly advisor, .tor a sensation of pain isI persons who Indiscreetly made use of them.Life 4

of all the di c'ulties and dangers, and a i per cei.t discount. 1m'I I I that his premises were o\'erl with rats from a sure sign i that yon Ia.0 a bite. The longer is jeopardized time the rind is taken

d! -ar perception in the mind of this little creature I The invention of }bells is attributed to Pau- i i ':I shall prove that book larnin aint of no i, the hotel ; dozens ol them might ho'seen at the tim, the more fish. ..N evertheless>, into the etomsch every,-N. Y. Journal of

that she possessed the ability to accomplish linus, Bishop of Nola, in Campania, about use, my brcethoring, that ritin cermons and |, almost any hour of the day in the yard-indeed when you have a good strong bite, be sure I Commerce.GINGER. ,
:: what she undertook; !in short an exercise i the 400. They were firat introducid that deserves ho in- pull out." The credulous bear followed
year getting a celery for urn as sin | they were BO numerous as to you .
,I : faculties of a much higher order than ; into"churches as defence against thunder and indemnification-for I'm an orful sinner: the I credible and a man from this city was sent the instructions, and kept his tail in the hole ; BEEK.-Two gallon of ginger ?

the mere instinct which is commonly supposed lightning. They were first hung up in England chief among ten thousand, and tho one( ultorgelhcr i for to poison them. He did so, and what he till it was frozen fat When he pulled, the beer may be made as follows :-Put two gal ,i
to guide and govern these lower animals Abbey, Lincolnshire, in 915.) : end of the tail came off; and hence the shortness
at Croyland luvjy. used it is not very probable he told. Thrsi Ions of cold water Into a pot upon the fire ; ,

in their movements able in the t, In the llth century and later, it was the custom Brethering, let us I liijor, and then go hum, I ingenious philosophers are not apt to communicate of the appendage at the prcbent )- add to it two ounces of good ginger. Let all ,

l i'y v.hal artifice the tpidcr was to baptize them in the churches before remembering the words of the profit. Be their secrets. The rats all disappeared. Frazcr's Magazine. this come to the boil, and continue boiling :

.-s* of its attack to accomplish what it did, they were used. The curfew bell was established sure you're right, then go ahead. )1 y patient tells me. not one isisible on his C. for half an hour. Then skim the liquor and ,
>vnn only conjecture, as its work was not : It at eight in tho W fjz7- Tho Democratic nominees fur Governor -
in 10G9. was incredible it into tub
,0\ rung ; ; premises, and thero wore numbers so pour a jar or along with one sliced
::, covered until the most difficult and daring : evening, \\hoii people woro obliged 1 to put f.JT::; A Boston lady who had a somewhat 1 that ho would not venture to sa ; but in the State3 of Georgia, Alabama and lemon and half an ounce of cream of( tartar.

.rt of its fit had been performed. When out their fire and candle. The custom wa Bacchanalian spouse, resolved to frighten him we know, for wo have been there )seen Mississippi, and tho present Governor of Florida When nearly cold put in a teacupful! of yeattto9 '
: : seen it had placed a loop around abolished in 1100. Bellmen weio appointed : into temperance.. She therefore engaged a I them in the hotel yard. Ho had a servant are all natives of South Carolina. Mr. cause the liquor to work. The beer ia now

M-ek of the serpent, from the top of which a in London in 13SG, to ring the bolls at night, watchman, for a stipulated reward, to carl)' I who had been employed at tho hotel, and) she FRAVCIS R. LuuBotK, the Democratic candidate made ; and after it has worked two daji.

single thread was carried upward and attached and cry Take care of your fire and candle, Philander" to the watch house, while yet in : told him, that it was known to the other : strain it and bottle it for use. Tie the cork

to the under side of the shelf whereby the I be charitable to the pour, and pray for the a state of insensibility; and to frighten him j seivants, that a great number al dead rats for. Lieutenant. Governor,' Texas. is.also : down firmly.

t brad of the serpent was drawn up about two i dead." : a little" when he recovered. WPI"H, taken from thin water-tank which was a native of the same State, having. been born i ..* 4

Belies from the floor. The snake" was mov- How many are aware of- the origin ol the : In r consequence 01 t' A"thIs arrangement., I.nowas uscdfrr' ; cooLing and other house hold pur joscs in Beaufort, Oct. 16,1815. His lather, Capt. I OCT A tall slab sided Yankee, who was

ng around and around incessantly in a circles ;I word boo !1" used to frighten children { It ''I' waked up about eleven o'clock, and This! was published at the time, and is HENUY \V. LUBBOCK, was a native of Georgia making his appearance at Cape May, last I ,
large as its tether would allow, wholly of Boh the name of a fierce found himself a pine bench in a
is a corruption lying doubtless true for a rat's instinct alter eating
the floor or | ; and for some time a resident of this city, summer, strolled down to the beach during
down to
unable to get its Gothic General, the son ol Odin, the mentionof I strange and dim apartment liaising himselfon arsenic will lead him to the top of houso
:o withdraw it from the noose, while the heroic whose name spread a panic among his enemies. .1 his elbow, he looked around until his eyes to water ; and nothing is easier than I for where he died in 1828.. bathing time. On seeing the bevy ofb.a. :
_ little spider, exulting no doubt In the and get ties disporting i in the he burst into
rested on a man sitting by a stove srno. them to get in a water-tank. No other persons the Star. wave, *
success of its exploit, which was now sure Book keeping was first introduced into king a cigar. than those who ate at tho hotel 1 were affected From Washington fit enthusiasm :. -

: beyond a peradventure, was ever and anon I England from Italy by Peele, in 1569. It Where am I ?1" asked Philander. although that sewer opens directly Ax IMPORTANT LAND OFFICE DECISION.In .- Je-ru-se-lera if that does not remind me*

passing down to the loop and up to the bhelf the, was derived from a system of algebra published : In a medical college !" said the cigar before the room, and under the doors and reply t toa letter from a Southwestern of something good we have to hum/
additional strand to !
adding thereby an by Burgo at Venice. smoker. windows of a telegraphic office, where sixteen (land office) register, asking for, information What is it f remarked friend.
thread, eachof which new strands being Notaries Public were first appointed by I What doing there ?" 4 What said
gentlemen are constantly operating.That lands withdrawn is it!: Jonathan, smacking h-
snake on
tightly drawn, elevated the head ol the the fathers of the Christain Church, to collect I Going to bo cut 'up"! this National Hotel epidemic should concerning pre-emptions lips, 'why it isl.AsszrA.M>WATBK !*

gradually more and more. the acts or memories of martyrs: in the I Cut up-how comes that ?1" have been confined solely one houan, and from market for lailroad purposes, in view of .

But the most curious and skillful parts of first ,century. I Why, yon died yesterday, while you were have produced the set of t symptoms it did, the provisions of the act of 3d June, 1656, OA: voter, deficient, persons! beauty.

its performance is yet to be told. When it The admioistration of the oath in civil cases drunk, and we have brought your body hereto without a specific or material poison actingon the commissioner of tho Land Office has: decided said to Sheridan, I mean to withdraw my

was in the act of running down the thread to is of high antiquity. See Exodus, 22-IO'j: make a 'llatom) !" the its appendages, i absurd. countenance from yon." Many thanks for

the loop, the reader will perceive it was possible Swearing on the gospels was at first It's a lie-I ain't dead !" Arsenic, Mechanically diffused the decayed the: .favor," replied the candidate ** for it is
settlement made
where the
for the snake, by turning his bead vertically 528. The oath was first administered in judicial No matter ; we bought your carcass any rats, and slowly acting on the stomach, 1t Tbl the of was the law. the ugliest mug I ever saw."
faith before
upward, to snap at and seize the spiderin proceedings in England, by the Sax how, from your wife, who had a right to sellit is sufficient t'> account for all the symp good passage --S.-
of the of
the act 1841
his mouth. This had no doubt been repeatedly ons, in 600. The words So help me for its all tho good she could ever make toms." and requirements I say Jimmy did you 'evtr see saca a

attempted in the earlier part of the God and all Saints," concluded an oath till out of you. you're not dead, it's no fault aAEKIVAL p have been met by the party cafmiog he was summer, this !" .'

conflict; but instead of catching the spider, 1550. of the doctors, and they'll cut you up, dead TUEEE HUNDRED FILIBUSTERS entitled to fIt subsequently, puug I. Faith and ITuve."

his snakeship thereby bd only caught himself Signals to be used at sea were first contrived or alive !" AT AEPINWA.LL.O -Three hundred filibusters of the his .declaration. 4. When !1" ,

in an additional trap1. The spider probably by James II, when Duke of York, 1GG5. You will do it, eh ?t" asked the eld] sot. arrived at Panama on the 18th ult., from prove it up,,as well as the odd numbered sections Lut winter by, jatars."

by watching each opportunity when the They were afterwards improved by the .. To be sure we will-now-immediately Costa Rica by the brig General Mora, and : as on the eyen. .
month of the snake bad thus been turned toward French commander Tourville, and by Admiral /' was the resolute answer. were immediately sent across tho Isthmus to 2d. That by the act of 3d March, 1853, THX TKACHIE POSJEO.-A teAcher asked

her, adroitly with her hind legs, as when I Bnlchen. Well, look o'here, can't you let us have Aspinwallby Commodore Merviue, who came (chapter 143 authorized,) settlements with the a alternate view to pre. a bright little girl Whit country is opposite

throwing a thread around a fly; had thrown Raw silk is said to have first been made something to dring before you begin!" with them himself, to be shipped thence to emption sections are at time upon after withdrawaland reserved us:on the globe I' -

one thread after another over the mouth of of China called Ceres, 150 B. in the United States. On their arrival any '
by a people -*ii some port prior tothe final allotment by General Don't know sir: was the rower. -
the snake, ao that he was now perfectly muzzled .C. It was first brought to India, 274, and a i. VACCINATION IN WHOOPING Cocoa.-A at Aspinw fl they were distributed Land Office. tb I Well now. pursued "the teacher. / ill .

by a aeries of threads placed over it vertically pound-of it at that time was worth a pound paragraph has lately gone the rounds reporting among the U. S. ships of war in the harbor, were to bore m boW through the earth, and .
,and these were held from being pushed The manufacture of raw bilk was the for their transportation \ .
of gold. the successful application of Vaccinationas pending negotiation A modest you were logo,ia'at this f and, wbera": weald
tttnnderljy another series of threads placed that Commodore -G: young 1ady-desiring a leg
introduced into Europe from India by some further. 1*
preventive, or palliative, Whooping I blend yon coma out .
a .
horizontally, as my informant state*be particularly monks in 550. Silk dresses were first worn I Cough, and attributing the conception ,and Mervine will Iuceeed them on in of a chicken at the table, said: Oaf'1r the tola, sir *.'* replied! .thi' pupil,
observed. No muzzle of wire or of the silk were Roanoko he his draft on the U. take that which to be dress
in 1455. The eggs worm suggestion of the remedy to Dr. J. F. Alexander tho giving .11 part ought with an air triumph.
wicker work for the 74 oath of AO animal couldbe fird brought Into Europe in 527.-Boston of Atlanta, Gn. S. Government, the passage.money, as he ed' i drawers .-il -t:', I .
woven with mOM artistic regularity and did to the Panama Railroad Company for gentlemen' opposite -
Journal. If we are not much mistaken, the same application young OT 'Fir& IdiNcnd mowc, stand op.
perfection; and tha snake, occasionally ma tried and with favorable result, their passage'across'the Isthmus. The Cap. called but.for, part which ought to wear How kinds *
king a desperate attempt 10 open hi* mouth, cr: A jeweler advertises that he has a number was medical I tain of the Illinois refused to'take them, because the *! tat many ofmatra ar*t&tra t Tara ,

would merely puK thee threads upon A of precious stones to dispose of, adding in this city, will seven years furrrffch ago. If the so,rtcotds our of he stated, he had not sufficient roomin butt _. I Mr-long met short 'metr and mwftr fcy '

retcb that they aparklc like t.e! Jtare of' a young friends r-leaec i hind a for BO great A ntmber. I (:-7"' }Ha *nr body sscn the Ccr.fi moonligl t"c *

Tlc tntke toitind Lt. )rations, his gut ,''idw, I the fact. .

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I -. The Latr'mndlU Execution. I, United State Ascendancy In th Golf of { XUliirn'of a Portion of Den. lValk.r'ai Men. | 'But while; we were coming Itown te; mer Will ;A Crlsaton :'nvrier.

Jf d i t1t & fuiivnal.TlLtJLJIASSKK i. f1 During the past twelve month 'HI have viewed. 1 1loc.'lh Tlejclco. I j The U. S. steam frigate Wabaih, ComjuodorePAtLDIYO. I i were treated horribly by the Costa Kieans;. our Life Lu Washlngtois,
of ,.
as a citizen and a journalist, with pninful apprehension I I A correspondent of the Washington Staffs comincnting i! arrived at New York on Sunday, from !I IAspinwall food sick wan received very bad, and tlier attention was but than little the well.- Wsvucozov, ifnn. 27.

-- .. .. -... -, and regret The many \"iol'ut&ud sangui- !,j I upon the. subject a.'s'CI')' properly that jI j I -making the passage to Sandy Hook in i The We wre under the no special more charge of a colored gen- Summer is upon He-and ..<* a mmnttt! Our

nary popular outbreaks' lIUin.t"the laws and legal I I the platform of the Deme>cratic party ns adopted the short time of nine and u half days. She-brings tUman nanied David Murray, who was born In Jamaica city a vast furnace-the people left ia JU h|

'at Cineinnati requires that the administra- I I' 1I! i Uen. Canas business man ; parts strongly resembling Ukeel fUh ._
officer of (he country. Mobs'are becoming alarmingly present 121 WALKIR'S men, with 13 women and 5 chil principal the .
the failure to the I j I (ion chall lIIke'er proper effort to insure our"** dren. The following U published as a statement of he bas the entire charge of all the boat on the crHtiiS portion of the World flying in all dirwtiln
frequent penalties
enforce_ und is in fact the most eutleml1n we
ascendancy the Gulf of Mexico and maintain I of river, perfect -the attaekti, to the foreign .
of the the events the enlaNiM
of f the ]law becoming less The of I I one men, succeeding capitulation ;
are no so. pres. j saw among the Costa Rican lie did everything uCflJig '"
1 1I the ,'country should! tpeak loudly apiinst the growing !! protection the outlets whereby our products of Gen. WALKER : for the sick and wounded and also for the ladies, their resignations, rather than be roajteil aliT'_

I i disregard rejrularly ciniMitnted t authority, I I reach its waters. f The surrender took place at 5 o'clock P. M.. on ( i ij and indeed for all of us ; but he had not time means The Ambassadors on leave in th direction of th.}
the 1st of at which time the articles ] for welfare. All the officers sail ,I N'ort Pole the
and the The outlets to our commerce on the C Julf are exposed j May. ofagree.imment i necessary our company forming to jn ,
consequent law h-s-nes N that widely prevail !I! i j were read by Captain Charles S. Davis, of the i iI i crews or"the riVer boats are negros. It rained day Sir John Franklin go 'p1h of
small force
,. to be l.l..knJ.1.11 Iy a in congratulated
j Mobs, riots, fights, nw11114t I ('{.mllwlIl.I'ldh.c} of carrying i I U. S. sloop of war :t. Mary's. He then told NS that I i and night all the time we were on the river, and on thtirment )

fire and concealed weapon together with I time of war. Efficient defence mu-t he pros ielnl ,| he was going to San Juan that evening but I would i the puffcring of the sick ass most indescribable. In to a land where they will have nine

their five use on occasion! IfIlie excitement, are fr the Gulf; e-oast, and suitable! IB of war for j return the next day, or send a iiieuten-uit to take ns >coming down one of the steamers etuck fast at the I winter-and it iaeven whispered"thfct1*

i that purpose are yet to be built. The five M,-nm to San Juan ; that in the meantime we would be ;. Machucn[ rapids, and remained there from the afternoon ha; just entered into a contract with1| .
among the stereotyped announceme-nts of the day.AVo 1'-left under the charge or command of lr. Taylor, of the iuth) May till the 2tJ.vhl'n she pot off. *
remember the time when .dc-pcmdoes'] their I "IOIII'*-(lfwlr "l'I I..lloY:1u l of the late Congress surgeon of :. Mar: } '& He I likewise stated: that, awe I owing to a, rise in the river on account of the heavy I company for a thousand ton of Ice, to rescue th

-a .- .- -- : open acts (.violence were rarely 11.trJf cxeipt will lie ce.mmeneement of jiroper naval prepm-a- I.tion j I. were under his control, his first ord(.r wait, that j rain. Some of the sick anti wounded remained I metropolis of the nation from a general confl *

: i ia bonier communities, where society was in a to secure ascendancy, in the Gulf of MexiI;j! we should surrender our arms, whieh we did by |
-.--- .. I co, but much more ivmaiua {to be duue in the same :: taking them to the ordnance department, but added shelter.It t So sultry ia the weather, that till
transitiontate, but now we have these things in I that those who }had private arm, might mark them, was stipulated} that deserter should go by different sunset few have
11 1857.far" ion. to venture out of
JULY dimeet doors
SATSTRDAT, .1 nearly every part of the Union, and the outlaw I and they w .uld be taken care of and delivered tot vessels, but General Cana pare Captain Taft courage ; and even timen,

_._ triumphantly! displaying. his revolver, and] [boasting I The want of a naval depot on the Southern coflst : us Pi'' lmm.: lie left the plaza, but had not left (a deserter,) a passport, and at the Mime time instructed I one escapes the sun, the dust ia inevitable Among

For sale at this office, a few Copies of REPORTS of I' of the feats lie has and the heroism lie I has 1 been much felt, audit I 1 become indispensably I! the city when Dr. Taylor passed us over from his hi* agent, Murray, to ace to this, while the pl/ignes of Egypt why was dust omitted ?

CarguuJ adjudged In the Supreme Court of thii performed .4 nfceiry in view (.f the efforts for the protection. i' command, to that of Ien.! Canas, who proposed Taft remained ('n board the lake steamer, and that : ery sense i. infected by it-eyes pft.V."
at T.r belJ 1 *.. has Ji p1t'cl The press, we are glad to say, has marching who could go down to S"n Jorge that I II if any person molested or insulted him, that saul !t ears. now. !
1at I of the outlets of into (the Gulf. At all in a elate of '
stood up ncbly before this rUinir, inrolling tide (.f our commerce i night, where he said arrangements had been made person should be sent to Grnnadu) as a prisoner and I arc torment, and every cbartn .

To J. C TV.-We deem i Iniprnden', for the r. son "ggested evil. Much good has been the result, but far more the lat cs-5on, Congress passed nn act authorizingthe t I for our care and comfort. Most[ of the men objected worked. But as soon as we were off the boat Taft the city is dust-eaten. >o one opens his

by rourwJf t publish your communication. Turn has to Le for each I purchase {fn rite for a navy: depot on IJlythe to going! Captain Davis had said he would be was treated by our men with the greatest contempt, I mouth wife on peril of optlialmi, and of estinV* o

your pracllaed p'n-nt another channel and let us hear from yet accomplished, at recurrence' j[: i island, on the const of Georgia; and the erection of I back next day, or send his Lieutenant for ut, and but they did not use or threaten any violence ti I' broad of grittiness for the remainder ol jfr *
yfm occnlonally. of the storm the waves of passion beat defiantly! nfc take nt to Sun Juan. When the agreement had been him. While we were off Greytown a number of j the
._ _- such buildings Ac.. ns might be for the Those who venture out look
t necessary I
every oj.po.-ing barrier. read we gave three hearty: cheers for Gen. Walker deserters came down the river, and were put on time as tanned and t llo7
I TI Initallatlon of Rev. D. J. Auld, ai Pastor of the Prosbylerian This internecine and perilous struggle between repair of United States vessels of war, and affordI!I a.nt1:1s many for (;en. Ilenningson, Capt. Davis and same boat with us in iulation of the agreement as the parched herbaee of a review ground I in u,
Chnrch in this place will take place jn f I therefor nnd $:OOOOO for. t the I Gen. 'an.l'I'WI; wen* still in good Whilst and The
refuge appropriating spirits. our openly exprewd opjKwition. Upon a complaint dog day air of the Avenue
TheE our civil statutes and that lawless insu'iordinatien is taim ,
( ) at the usual hour for public le'lr(8 j ; spirit of > l with
Saday Ii t object. A n.ivnl eommiasion has examined the site, we were marching to deliver up our arm, many of ,] being mode to Col. Canty five out of the ten fermenting "
v. W. E. Hamilton will preach Jhe Sermon, and the Pn. which has so largely prevailed in the midtt the allied troops commenced pouring into Kivas ; dt'llertt.r're sent ashore, and the rest would have gas .ti/twaKr/'and the eommIngiej

1). McXf'i Turner deliver the charge to the Pastor and Ougregalion. I I of our commercial communities, has frequently been, and reported in favor of it ; and the island containing they entered the quarters of tlie soldiers and officerswhcru been had they net hid themselves in the vessel until vapors of restaurants and segars nut worth aing. fsm-th-

I made the subject of discussion by foreign travellers, about 1H)0) acres, is to be purchased. The I t-entinels had not been left, and plundered she sailed. The fragrant aeoeia tree in full Uoa*>in

-- ** I President, it is said, i is willing to give the sum of I I them of everything they could carry off; they continued Our voyage on board the Wabash has been very longer array he public gardens with uo
We understand that B. PUTNAM, Esq., of St. wl1juJging j superficially e>f om.oeiliI condition, till late their bridal
A $13 1 (,/)'"H<) for the whole hIIIIHJ, which} : the owners I plundering at night. agreeable. We cannot too highly praise the con veil of white. They too wear
r Augustine has Leen Judge ('f the Eastern I! imagine we are a nation without the restraints of I The parties of the allied tre op" who were sent duct and kindness both 01* the officers and crew of a dingy hue from th.

; Circuit, vice Judge"ppointt FORWARD, resigned. j' law, and thereupon build .tl a plausible argument will probably accept. The siU i is believed to be round to collect the arms from various quarters took the vessel, and I think we ought, before separating1 dust. The better half of the population are sires7}

.- I' in opposition to our republican form of(Joverninent.But the best fur the object on the vvholeSoulhern ('I>IIEt. whatever they could get hold of, and carried it off. give Rome expression of our acknowledgments and off to the watering places, and the very sun, like ,

PARKHILL'B will be Tin're i is here alone' to be found sufficient depth of They even took tlw tide arms fioin the officer, gratitude to them. old plated! eandlestirk, begins to show
Copt Company (.fYoluutecr we ]have ]J\w5-\\'is. wholesome and
I comprehensive broke trunk in the coi.neria
of their .
open presence owners, -
water for the of refitting and repairing, outs
muttered into tin service ofth United States nt purpo-e place en toraary brightness.
; laws-covering indeed almost every species I ritt"eInIlJ rubbe-d sick men in the btre-tts of their Pensacola, Florida.

. this place on the 18th inst. AUo t1t'YILJRI"S of crime. Our criminal code i is excellent, and ih and affording refuge), cssclsetf war. The I5uirvvKk : hlanktK A party that entered the ho;piLtl in Tlie Columbus Sun in a lute article call Pensa- Amid this e!
at Madison C. II., on the 20th. pr'1\'i ;.contemplate crime in nearly con und Florida 'railroad], which is in piogrewill -*, search for arms commenced stripping the bodieu of cola A good place to live in," and says : after the country, whim its silvery birehes UthiLtheir

. .- every with other road with which il will connect! the sick and wounded, and would( have left: them drooping branch tips in the tr3e
ceivabletyle {.f its pivgre-s naked if had The fishermen of Penaocnla, Florida, ore now supplying > Thparchsd
.. entirely they not
TVc congratulate our readEr up n thf> vomplctionof :111'\.11111 important communication! with the i interior. beeninterruptedandfctopped dreariness of the
i } the citizens of that with all
good city sort city recal
Here, then, the question arise", why i i" thfreo by Dr. I5rinkcrhoff, a native e>f New Jersey, to mini tn
the publication of the Laws. (.the United :tnt, *, I inuh rioting and disorder ? Why 5? so little rtgardj.ai.1 When thi I'IIa.l..l.lI11. be completed, to I'lori.;A, who}. knocked.l1IC (if 1' thorn down. Thi was doneafter of fish, including "pompano, blue fish, king fish.' grassy freshness of the "Whit Sulphur" velvet

ae it trill he eeen that the! first page is now occupied I it will no-doubt I beoon f,1l\H..11.y, railroad (,r (:CII. C.inas had gone to t the hospituland assured Spanish mackeral red snapper, flounder, trout, lawn-that fine, soft turf produced
to life: nnd property in t-ome section". of our el id fJlfC1fltWU.. nnd at prices within the reach of a by a century of
with more iuter-ting matter.Through e.'inul acri'M time peninsula-( Florida : I thu avoiding the wounded) that they would receive every protection mow ing. Most of our citizens
widely extended country V Contenting ourselves and attention On the morning ofthe 2d) May, reasonable full purse. The denizens and visitors (If are on the eve of an
I the tt diouy IIn.] hazardous] navigation around the) city nre nho enjoying the most delightful annual migration, and moat e>f the
for the with I the female followers .If the allied sea living
inadvertence Y have omitted to notico prcs-tnt ai.:\\ering t.lll/' ","r. ai ( not troops came iti and moveaI4(,
: its and icif. and affording tl.IIllII,1iI'"C't? breezes, salt water bathing and ether recreations are booked for ,
capes I took possession the of the soldiers watering place* tome talk
quarters of
Mr. Gnrnett Chk-f etiforctJ we shall show of
the n Engineer hastily on to stone being
pass alike
I relaxing to the b'istness nnd the
reFtltion officers before the hitter weary man iced "
means of communication between I the Southern I wen-able tr> move out.- every morning nt Guntis-r's l Iemt
of ti cnlacola : Georgia Railroad, Ilt the appointment what we conceive to be some of the more palj>ablrrtifon These -\7oinen' and jaded belle who has run a giddy round of balls and I they should
mo and the tran.-it. In fine the picked lip appropriated dissolve in the
t of
coast TVhauntcpec: every course the day.
.: (.f Mr. PsBo, hiluto sn l Awi-tant, as why they are not more "trictly executed.We .- I thing that they could lay their hands on belonging routes at the Capital. or in the fiiahiontthl. } ** eiti-*, to Anything tint
Urnnwi naval depot will be found. to bcu very nothing of the health inspiring Meet the teems to approximate us to
i I an
his successor. shall sj'Cak plainly! and ('11.1":1"1' to }be brief. to cemn.Valker's; men, and continued their plunder say Upon atrro-phere} free
-. important ttcp t 'towards the practical enforcement I until complaint was made: to the Costii Rican officers enfeebled invalid who seek the eel shore to reinstate from dust and heat, is a prospect which is
The fr.-t reason i ia the niul positively
ojw.-n jie-rni his health. When
j of the l miii JowlJnlla.i t Cincinnati i when they sentinels to the doors. The the Railroads from Columbus refreshing. In conversation
:. are indebted to the publisher, Mr.[ II. D. I cious for criminals I prine-iple plat put al- and everybody asks every".
sympathy e-xii-ting in the ma sof llit'd then rojiiwu-need Montgomery tire completed to IVnsacoln,
of Augusta, (:In., for a highly I form. troops drinking became that body, where everybody else i is ge-ing. The
interesting have doubt it will be
I orrtl. tIC!& coii.iiiunity.& :: \rh'n:1II offender is brought I so insolent and cruel 1 that our men, who were unarmed we no as inviting u retreat question
work entit1d "Ethel Soir.crs ( tIll fate of the -- from the heat and sickness of summer incident engrosses all There is no hope of
concluded tul.anis novelty,
.1 I into e-ourf, arraigned, tiied, ci'iidemned 1 ly jury, Posting the Hooks. soon as possible, without except
Union." ii the ifa Southerner of established fur to leas favorable localities.KxPreideut be an Artesian perforation to the
< waiting longer CU Davis.Ve
started centre
fr1 pen pt. or
on a
I fouud secured vov-
finally among hi* felon coln1.anion5 The I House (if Representatives stands thus}. : -
literary talent. The typography] of the} the 2d. about 11f., under the- command of Dr. age te> the moon. Our own utind is nlade/
j within I the walls of our pri.-on.. *, suddenly I MS if j ]>eni. flik. Jep. K. N. "arlln'll'lII.. Taylor, us we ur..le ttoo I Jorge, is *
work i and will do] tftl.-, be we city not a passion with r.a. We
: "p oo1 s rerdn.J ftO-1 by some magic contrivance, 1111 i-mrrgep fr m his illI I ainf'-[ 6I were taken to Virgin Bay, a diifeuice t-f nine or ten Mason[ Virginia, tire traveling together through Lelieve it to be

$ rably by the publi". __ carctratiou and 1 i is s-ecn enjoxing! t the I ]largest liberty I I \t-i New' I}:IIlIp31Iire.- 3 miles. About :350 men started from Jlivas: ; quite a the lake and mountain district 1 ) of New Hampshire I i the spring of many vices, undtheEtimulantof man*
t.- disaster
uloII In few
I number of them a weeks the
weio on rutche-s: so nn.\iviis city will Ivf
1 were 04. h is
in the public One of the t
Florida rresbylcry.Ar. place nH'p'tII..tl'c M.-isAiclninetts . ,- 1 1lUiode
The they to get away from the allied forces.. Some of cHon.. Win. Me Willie, native, and for long called empty ; nothing w ill! be left but p. P. C' "
s-ljoiirnvd) session of this body is now agencies emjdoyed in producing this most mysteriom i! l I.anil.-] Ui limie that Hid #
our men were so
they not
to Virgin doors
l.c.ing get at our and ice.
i ('.inimm&-tieut------- 2 2 time resident of South Carolina, has been nominated cart moving in the
held In thi* city. I transition, is the lil.c'mIlln.1 unwarrantable] tie :! I Say till the evening of the M. dusty
j jwhich i I if'wY..rk..I Ill 21 for Governor by theDeinocratic of MigbiniiVln. street Thanks to the railwny, which
= i is made of Quite 1Ill1l1nL'rItPI.ill that! they were (tin theirway party are rapiJJ,
that'dangerous gubt-ruutorial j>rerotative ; New .Ter< . 3 'Ji
The of July.Oir ey to San Junta, Iota 1'11"I and went ;i- tar' as the making one huge gridiron of the whole civilized
I "
natioi.al birth lrourtl day was appropriately. colbrated *. the I yowr to pardon. An 1I1TN1l i is !i }..nll\\-tilisl..H lu 1 I Halfway I Hou'e, whenthey m-t C.tptain Davis, world, we hope to be, before weeks
1 j lielaware I . . I many where
made] to executive clemency, and] as the, excitement ; who induced fherii to go back :and join the rest of A WAM.VU 1'\ln \.-The Anif-rican Convention of there
in iMs eity. The halhiwcd and patriotic ( 1 Virginia _. . I 13i j are no pavements flashing back the h'ghi
r.-I ha? parsed away, a prompt. relear..f the offender the IIIt'nlltI'!n Kay, fraying }had been agreed Pennsylvania, which has: jut nominated a candidate }
;, casion bre.ight together, at- the Capitol a full :. i h by no means a matter diineult i South! t Carolina. 6 j. that they bliHtiltl go t to-TorUii'H: ni-d tlll.I t -.". .?!,,*- I' fur Give-rn.'r. was composed oftltjti'attfruti nine I j into our faces, or cramped up street, where th.
achievemcnf. I
: . -
FI.r.I.: .
: brilliant! K'St-nibj.itre (.f bulio-and g''ntkIll.lI, v1i! ;I I t he country t. Punta AI't'"a"till.1 that ifthydiJ I Inot countries. Tilt-N' ore sixty-three counties in the air i is stifled into .icklincjs. We hope to be in Vhs
. j Tot instances of thi character .\1111I.. . . 2li.IIIi. I I'
many ? are iverd -d! | ; that I Zanesrille C'vtrirr.There'o I woods
demeanor and r.iiimitted countenance 1 t'o by route jhey would find themselves: tAtt- --- green with broad meadow
were wavy for
; quiet the executive crflcnd.ir of riori . : 1 2 1 excluded, from the I our
but reflections from proud I'linns an.ltt f.il upon] told) him that he had
| of the argument advamv-d in behalf of the IIK-II :/ 't.lt-.l that they? Were I Ito
and for ; pri-on'r I..wa.- 9 I I I allies. None so poor. to do them revecence.: J Ji : and dancing over rocks for our there
hearts (
yearning jiulsatin-z an .l"IU"I,1"t'r to San Juan lie t-aid} that it lullaby- i is
(go llIiO'ttt! no
I is this That it i i. was -
j : not right n J.W-7W i individual \ .. .,".in.- t I --- man-nude
ion (,fthe patience tho \t'isolm. tlu- spirit! if nui- I oi in*, aim ne was v. ry s'*rry ne Ji.-m .1iol ,;. .vi,>-t I music can compare with it.
bhouM suffer! f..r the ptibfie ( ,,l,'' > ( 1-r i Indiana . . i 4 1 i Tun PROP- hi-Tl'cKT.-The ::
./ ( r m< ot r r<-ason i.1 (lie men then returned to Virgin I P.ay.: but some I tx LexIngton, J We confess tu homneictnste.und
and the
1 tual iion. w-lf-saciifie-ing very wilo
c > 3 13
* I equally falLicion*. He may prcv upon the'; <>f them wvnt firv.t i-d an-I i :arrived at San Junii/ del ( Kentucky) tate-zn.rni. iu alluding to th -CiuehnatiI to see old
: once more
with her
by the inim rtal heroes who e>tnhli.h"l lidig'IIII.- 4 : Muedy. Lorn and m-
i community like a wolf arnonir-t a dcfen'--lej-s f the and] founded th" of i ; j California. 2 the- : per v-nsille face; th hens with their
: independence government were t to'o by way: Toitiiga, bi.t few of etme.tic
\ it* wmiig* nnd nii--erie* nre shut I rut fioni view, | I yet t Consre's from Kentucky; nt the August election, j:
:; this great Republic. ; I the unit believed) it until after w.e got to Virgin Hay.: I mothrrly ways ; and the geese TV5th their
4' of the I: whil'- his punishment i* made to si"-time a form P<>,.1! 7S 01 I 2 3 ]I I I On th' 5th ot May[ t the!i steamer 'al.ll"I Iv. look, onboard : 'n,, that there will !i.e aeven certainly: ; nnd the ed' I necks and tea Party v >i ies.. j.rctty-

The ceremonies' day were oppncd t'y-a i I'/ll''lr'*>'' and rcvolt-ncr: :i* to ,1mwtlt on and t the Of the, dttt.., i p \ I.at men were.'it Virgin) BI1.1": : (Cv -li!!.. it.lr would, not be ran<-h nrpri.l :f there} were nine i; Dnr readers of the

lru"hing and appropriate prayer on the] pnrl of theRe tsim' time, te.:r* f r,1'1 n (..CI"'ITIIr"' eye*, and 1.i I and 'JO f from tif! southern! Stsite.-., n (proportion of i j I It Mill I;I"l'yth\HI. TluGovernor I: ; of S.,II Juan dt-l Suri :. out of the ten to whi.-h thState i" entitled. It is :;| it ill Le Cviirier, when] you he-r (rare
,. )fr. Wright The Declaration; (f lnbprndence i i. tied .1 dcevt,*, on t the (flth I of May[; rh:.' all I I t the us again w from W.-. tUB't! MT
his l.a:"d] a pardon (.f the. off'ncrTlxi -. t two I to T.Hut I the remaining elettif-ns mv I., : confident, that Clay will be elected In the eighth 'where "
was next r.'ad distinctly: and imprr iyely by I IRicha.rd I Americans who hl\.ll.11 connectn.1] withG-n.(; V.'nlker'rt 1- -did we ? S ?
.- fire other reftcons whi<-h} lui:}I.t be -igned! take j.laee at the( South ; an-1 the I iMroit) Tree I've-i army :uloIIJj.lllot repair t> \ i ir gin Bar I.y 10 : district over Hanson.f *- a> --
Braofor.l EAfter which: enmth -
-4 ] < :. t'-r.'ii'jr to 1.0.I_;1t'-V t thi I '-\'\)il 1 condition I 'if t L.ln.. *. ', mziakthe foil'.vliig estimate (tlu-r-'of, : I I..1""k. .\. ).. <.n the Sth ,May. would [;.fdllht ir : "Sr. I>,ti.. July 2.

.i rloqwer.t;-- -_ fiii'l...ji'..:.-1-.V d oration.! .by._Tln". arriveil
"I -. : a lvertli..j: I fn of tln-m \:1'.1,, >. pMrticp: at'ir::. Ij.iy.: L.itenaiit: .
t vo inconie.-li..n. .r .
: ; : Tho 3 j : I.nronlc lixtracfv From JoiialliMii and
: Dymoml Probate
bestowfd upon j rc i3nJion; = of tlii5la.c?. ifr"I.ah:1 i North Curoliii.t. j: Mf-Corklt-had t.o .or'II,1} Lack !"-\ "-m.i v1ii. vv.-ie ur.a aunt oilier*. Cl.rk Le-uvenworTh, w. killcj t.ya
1.n. H
I by us as A]']>lical.lc i*> lliif, woi.ld fall far be-low] the i; :1.y offi.ir' nt.il: ru> asn-.n cur: pe.ij.band] the ;! Georgia; ; : _p o 2 j j Me or unfit to travel from the coriiiition of theirwonida. i I.I Free State man named huller on the 2th nit. lh.

t standard of that appre'-iativ, tl.ough! ]lughly complimentary : t tal eilsK'j.tional 1.( /--t of:. l.irg jH.itionof I the .\ltlamiit..7 jI.oiiiiai.a j A great many who! till r.III..ilH'.I and 1 ,I I'.T IUr.r.o"Io! ii affray grew out of, the election tt- fill racaccies i in

I crit5citmj wbieh} indicates. address j.\".':iIe j-puati.i.! Tli.-y too fr-qu.ntly f.l tofiif.rctauthority .. 11'1" . . . . . Wi n"alor were. unfit for travel, and I don't see how thev. :: Pi,,
at }home tli! .2 2 got g.Owinir I .'nI"IH'II. it is i>-jf*! :'d by consent (>f thecolitrituimity.
confessedly remarkable 1 f>r I jiarity. e>f< k'; e'rigiTiality :; ; yun fo \' fr- '1'-nn.so'q to soMn di:1"IIt1.t,1"1I; ; a native woman t i as arre-tt-d, and there were great ap trhrniics*
I j
.1.11.Ihi1$1! l..dndi | pilien that the ch.iin e-f thf.nii'y circle] is a f.air! mind one of our Thomas i':.i ; of a riot taking i4ee in .
e>f thought, { j to ]l\, a l.-iiv-jriver to hod rnd ruler: was. another order issued liberty : were 'n"i"ttnf
a to olv.- by v luck he -: -
i vvu commanded
]lore rn-l add
liistm-ioiij : we a leplli Mhcsi.ij.1.i I .5
.. may j t Tmar.y parent l.to=<" siht of > \ t-ry noble innincteoijon I to leave Ilivas: byI o'clock that &1\. alit) i with the greatest degree of hitpjiuu". Bat it is ; .. JI.NC 30.-The Dem-crntie Staten
Jt-votioJi: tLf.tu.u l l'e Leer
patriotic =t kindle.1 : ;.,. .1....,. l....,.,_ ..,_ ;_"'" 1' "'J.II'ln'n. ., L :illJ'JI..: :: 43 'v' 17 hU pI..I'O\'t. wtn " in 1?:<> l.<'.i-t (,JV; vounzr. eiKttor by thc -c'lieeiion tlor th" fered I and I gol the time I for hi- J.Jrtur. :
i 5-lt-a of th-ir th.inrlrtle! : ; thai I.f CAriTVL\TION.Democrat" 1.1 __ 1. u ., .. prolonged.. tluy are more happy; ( rli.in-l-y: i retainr for '; nmt.tmTv II. Smith, ofWarrec, for Governor. Resolutions
-..: r.n1jiervol parent*, I hi- i S MI me ncii 11III" nun I .II-r., siin i i i anmt her (decree! I t
tlif of his ] cer.cis ]lil/env, and! the et.tuU-- 1.uk:1II im't, trnrn'l1t I ) .. . . .. . . . I 121 I [ was -.-:,-d, ordering!; all t th. Ame-ricM1* in San Juan ,j jv. attempting to retain the win 1j *-. : were then adopted extollim; the 1)emterstie

I wja volutlocary ancest/jr, Dr. : eif oppression. TII'- va-t number of 1.1k tn.1 l disi I Jll.ick: Republicans-: . . . .. . HI j ho had been at all c,>ri".<-i ted} with Jen.; Walker, j j 2. Government hater be iJ.forn, it the aj!;'*nt party, su-taining it* course in regard t<> Kan.ns expressing -

I jiLraim Brvar'1ho, history inf'mj3 ue, xvus the lute youths tl.s.t ill;- lit-1 ] _' cities Know Nothings.- . . . . . lv | nn-1 were without farnsli'-, <:it'her to leave the nine..; ,j jj I y which tine-i inexpedient portion of individual) lib-! submisyion to the Supreme Court dccifi"niu

Ir.sding spirit: of that band) of rar.t: ; ; v.lio: pro- ,I i* ; witli m :. ar jind! t'ivvnc, Vacancies.. . . . . . . i j i 1".1 1 o'clo"k. that d.iy. or if they' f.iiled! to do "", i f'l'ty i taken away. Anil (;JovtrntTS* are rot: the the Dre'J Scott ,
J e-iw'ur.a telling fleet l fiil I cie ce-ruplimentary tv Prr>id nt
da;nfl the}: frt Declaration of Independence .t a >iin< influence Thi 'how} ''a ha n.i-,iu.- gain. 1).ii'.erait: ie Memi:i tln-v_ would I be eirlicr taken upimd I Feist I to (Grenada; ;! nirent ,f findividiialbut .f tin ', '
i the mind ',fheju\"l'niJ"l'opuilllif\1I. throughout! ( beps of the I House I :to work as j- -Ionei>, w "-"I1II"ltrll"! l t I takcth-t t w.ith ( i iS. { -'mnnhtniiiv.:: Buchanan, imposing th) ? liquor bmw and flooring
North Caroliua.the 2uth ilny next I 121 .Iclllo..ratiIIr.lj"r3
.i Mecklenburg, { 1775. ; i iof Men institute for their r.dvantage !
i the South i of allegiance to Coata Rica: and the governments < country, as well *.' i the North. IVoini join army.j .- j legally carried out.UMIOS. .
It is meet and that the deeds. of thi." Ia.it lloit-p, 7< -gain, 45 I
gratify ing proud i! this source there} i is irrcat dancrr-r t. !I" feared > : j Thi ordtr included tIll''.' ''nll"l I"n, who hud t 'II. i and because; they are more happy with I t .* *rNEwsraPna
; the anwsUr should infuse patriotic enthusiasm: into now, If the democrat1hall Jill the vm-.im-ie-s in Pennj j ( 'ajma;' pe-rmissioii to remain: in the country and! cub j than without it. This ii the side reason, iu principle .-It has been announced
and that
T i, Mill more as to the future ; for herein originates svlvanii and Min-ouri[ and the black1"'l'lIlli'an I I tivate the ")il. De-fore o'clock ( !
the breast of the descendant and remind him, 11wl II t lint day (Gen.; Ca- i }how little soever be adverted te in j the
many (..f tii* accursed ingredients of thtit I leaven of the vacancy in J Indiana the democratictrength] t : in I j i n-is anived at San ./Jup.n and shortly after hi* arrival practice Enquirer and the Examiner were about to Id
!l as the fest of the young nu-n of our city tllt.tt1'rou moral corruption which is i spreading itself with A full HOUM I ( > will be 123. and the combined black j jrepiiblic.in it was determined) that nil the Americans in the I 4. Th arguments of certain political writers of combined into ore journal. The rumor, though
sh a st'enean war in which patriotic and !i exampled rapilifl1Id : ; and know nothing strength, III. Cleandemo'Tuiie I' place who had been in any WAV connected with I Europe' do but establish in reality, the fund
painful saoritieos *-, mid deeds of heroism f'ri"lI'ly compromising all I majority 12. ({Walker's urmy-Indie?, children sick, vvoimded I petition. They assume that K people can resign the ': the two papers into one, under the joint editorshipi
the -
; nobler] ] ; _
iwre peiformed, UDcqoallt I id the history of the I qualities upon which fwvity. 5rightfullyi : and all-were to leave next morning iz' Virgin
I sovereign power, which is the same thing as to acknowledge i| Ritchie and Mr. Hughes,haa been under
ruce. o .r rcvolntionury] father adhered to their olemn i based. It must be apparent to the mo,t fnporficial] AV,. jir- pained to hear of the death of the Bay, and take the steamer there for Grevtown.The ; .- con-
I I that they rightfully that deration but the
American Ctnisul at : del i posies jovver.f ; mirrangernents to effect
j obse-tver, that as Vice increases, jmblic virtue dcclines I Younirand!fteJ'ofd\'ilIeA.l'nrruth.of Enst Florida JhIJlIsn Suns greatly neceisary
resolution, until at lust: their efforts wore I censured by Walker's men for this result. When >. ]Indeed it cannot be averted that time people it have not been concluded.LAMKS .

cronned with gVsrioui ni
bujipy' eonse(juenevs (( which were i>o glowingly j ower anti innjeMy of the law bo suffered to continue days since, whither he had gone for medical>-Htanc' (". Cayt-ee. formerly of ".nlker'" army, now .\.Jjiitant J- nsnerting that( Governors; may do what they FAVOPJTE-S.'-Tber* is too na'ich truth in
the time is not far distant when mobs will '. He-died] of General; of the allied that (;en. Cunaj '
I c"I: lIml.ti:1. army
truthfullyportrayed on Saturday I last. had made will and he. a.s tyrannical ns they will. For who I the following remarks ArFduoD :
take upon th.mfu' to right Iho-e : -- r nrraneeinejits for taking care of them at I
t: wrongs which J prevent them ? The people. Then the "I hare found that the men who the
t ; the I i ii I i The Journal of Commerce.We Virgin Hay.,1"11 they got there they found no | may l people j jI are really
Death of Cor. '* '}. inadequate to redree i most fotid of Ihe ladies
mad who
I provi-ions fur them at all anal that there was I hold tho sovereign power. iI cherish for themthe
It it with profound regret that we announce the I I These are someof t the chief cnues of decline in I I I Ij Fee it Ftn(..1 that the eirculntion of this rxcellent i I'I'nr'c.1y anything in town to eat. They would I! R. Many political constitHTim* ]hare existed in !i ivvh'jvh highest} sepect-areseldom the most popular with-

unexpected demis-e of this dietingui.-htd tatesinan j! public moral*, and the consequent ml.-rule which i i I II paper is between, 12HiO and l3i, ( -pies ( have absolutely htarvcd there had not been borne I the Governor was held} to be absolutely t the i I the sex. Men of griat assurance-whose tongue
I has become of which than dailies. ; little money among fhem, with which are lightly hung-who make words supply the plies
find ardent lie found dead in his I! recently 'o pnvak-nt in portions more 8000 lire The j rnprie- they purchIt.J I I
patriot was many of ideas and
TXennt.iqTrityofsneh ,
cheese, tortillas, and ripe plantains! a litlle supreme power. I place compliment in the room ofsenti-
room at Bab-ton, New York, on the evening of the : (./f our cotiTitry. Florida} (to her honor b.- it epetken tors have employed no soliciting agents for many venison was afterwards obtained. ; or the regular succession-of the existing Governor I ment-are their favorites. A due respect for women

4th infct The sad event will awaken feelings of and written, has an escutcheon as untarnished in years pat The Journal, Xeu-.i, and Day Hook araci Several of the ladies had to fix up apartments in does not nmke th<' pr.vtctitions to such power just, j I leads tn respectful action towards them; and

universal sorrow, not only in this country, but this respect as any other State in the Confederacy. I I' ] ital papers, anti l command ns they deserve the vacant houses in which to !1'eplInJ build fires tot because the principles on which it is ascertainedthat !I love.respect" is rni.taken by them for neglect or want of

confidence of the whole people of the South. of doors. Thev did their cooking out of doors, as
: throughout Europe, where he )had established a The Deep liallroad Cut. I'I : best they could. The Americans were carried from the people are supreme, are antecedent to all I

reputation for etatcKrr.iintliip inferior! to that Ojf 1.0 I An imjiortant ction of the road l"-ist has Virgin Uay to San Carlos by two steamers. W* questions of usage, nnd superior to them. No injustice I THE U ASIU.NCTOX Iliora.-By referring to our local
of the I jf'ing I I. null Road Rond.e *. were not allowed to on shore there for columns, it will be
IliaD present age. been ;: go fear that therefore i is done-nothing wrong is done-in seen that hve of the person who
Mr. f.arcWLa born in Ftuibiidge, 1M., on the ; juet comjilcted under' the k51ful supervirion of j I are informed s-iys the Ja.; :!!onvilI.tIU that we would M <; the fortifications. Before we arrived diminishing or in ttitiny ntrny the povtr of an abto- have been on trial tHis whk before the criminal
: Gen. Shine. It embraced one elevation I the al Castillo, it was detcrmmed that all those whorcie court for on allege
t 12th: of December. 17EC, iiud was \-ocs(juently it: : e-xca- j j i a conndetable amount: of the bond in aid of the \ IlClemallfI..d.1\\lwith'-t..nc1ingt11ert.gu1arit of his participation in the election
: \'uhnnf Tviiiih IIK-H-UIVS one thou-aiid feet in !: able to walk should go on board! the steamer ) riots in the Seventh A\ardof this city on the lit of
I thea 71st yoar of his age. lIe graduated with high 1 length by forty-five feet in depth. It i b a feature Central 1iti1: r.a.1 were recently negotiated 1 by one II. f r. Bulvver down In San Juan, and! the steamer pretentious to authority. I June last, have been found guilty and each sentenced -

honor at Brown University, in Providence, U. I., 1 1: in.tIle ri1ronc1 t.rrJ.I ng {if Florida that will stand Ij j' of the contractors on the work, in (Charh'Mon, at then returned} for the hick and wounded, and when I 7. Vet other$ printiplos have been held. It was to pay a fine of twenty dollars, and to undergo -

In 1808, Dnd soon after entered upon thei-lndy, and j 75 cents nett on the dollar.] Previous bonds have we got ut Castillo, the Cost Rican commander of averted of Lewis the Sixteenth, that as he was the 'I nn imprisonment in the county jail for tha
.1.j unrivalled], in grandeur of d'tI"", e-n the entire: thobe posts objected to allowing of us t<> land, I term of one Union.
any year.lrsi.slungeon
subsequently' upon the) practice of law, in Troy, X. been mold nt the same rate, with the u-ual di. count und to sole maker nn executt of the laws. and as this pow-
route from Pe-n'-acohx to Jacksonville.The objected Murray's taking them down in the -
Y. He seems! to have been formed with an inevitable herculean ta-k I !. now fillh.lwd11.] the deep fur e\j'ense of exchange. Lands have been boughtand steamer, and it was. with great difficulty that Murray I er had been exercised by him anti by hia ancestorsfor I Trani-AtlantIc and Florida and Cuba Tel-

tendeny towards politics, for we find that he f.nind/tion will rceivc in few nre held by private !individuals here, and kepi (the negro who commanded the boat) could pet I centuries without question or control it was rsraph.
a (dayp its sharef
was active in the defence of Ike foreign policy of time e-roes-tics and iron railing.Celebrating I in reserve with confidence for figures considerably the commander river he of the fort to pass it and go downtime not in the power of the Staleatodeprivehirn of any I The Boston Font ha i been informed that the first
objected to the
Jefferson and Madison, and that his zeal in this nsipftt above pur.These" there; for fear they would allowing breed sickness sick to remain in- portion of it without his own consent : telegraphic despatch to be transmitted across th*
I will be
was not in excess of his ability. His support Negroes the lth of.JuI)'. fads, taken together with the reports of his camp. Ileallowed the ladies! to go inside of the 8. But Grotius himself says, A state is a perfect ocean l'residcntofthe the Uniteet complimenta States, to of JAMIS Queen BL-CHAXIX VICT.OBU ,

of the measures of the government, moreover, was On Saturday ]n.t a Barbecue was given near this the Company for the past year, now before time public fort, but would not allow the men, II! he said it body of free men united together, in order to enjoy and the return despatch will convey Her >Iajes j';

not merely the support of words ; but upon the city, by Forne of the members of the Uailroad Cmn are most encouraging. would shew a want of good generalship. From commercial rights und advantages.' reply. The third despatch will -be from England.
.- the heavy rains the river rose on the 21*t of May, 9. The rule that [ and will be. it is said, . Political
declaration] of war, he turned out as a volunteer, to about one hundred} who able Power is rightfully complimentary
negro, so to the
are engaged we were over in the steam
go rapids HORACK
and strred with great ability and credit throughout on the Pensacola, and Georgia Railroad. We NEW Gnr.sAIIA.-It is said that despatches have er Ogden, but we could not get a negro pilot until possessed only when it is possessed by consent of 1 I this great B.enterprise.TIBBETTS, Efft.Sir., the TiitBrm original projector for of

the greater part of JU continuance. His fir=t were present l'j'im.itatioll to witncsi the t-cene. been received at the State Department, which insure the passengers made up $35 for him. the e.irnmnnnutneeesfarilv applies to the choice of years a resident of Boston, and is now of was New York.He many.

.4 public office was the Recordership of the City of collection happier human beings we neversaw a speedy and satisfactory; adjustment betweenthe We were all carried down to Greytown in the the person who i is to exercise it. Xo man, and no has devoted the Jut six years of his time almost
United States and steamers Bnlwer and Ogden, under the direction of
Troy, to which he appointed in 1816. He subsequently before. They manifested, also, patriotic feelings, New Grenada. the Costa Rieans. set of men i-ghtfuliv govern unless they are pre exclusively to the enterprise now so near-comply

and successively filled tbe office of Adjutant imli&'cllly knowledge of the presence of a na OCEAN STKAUERS: FROM.TilE. SOUTH.-A Washingtonletter It was on the 13th ofMny[ when the last of us ferred by the public to others. sea tidn.this It work must, carried"ont indeed, be Tcry BO gratifying successfully to and him by te>

General, Comptroller Associate Justice of the tion's Uilh-day. A rare character in their midst, of Wednesday Colonel ]left llit"ul ; we arrived in Greytown on the 23d of Ii.). Political revolutions are not often favorable men of such great perseverance, character, and
: Mann left Washington
Supreme Court and United States Senator from the known Ben favored nays May. During the transit the Costa Ricaiu had the to the accurate illustration of political truths, be- wealth. He is now devoting hUtlme- and energie
generally as Myrick
very this for Richmond control
morning from which and direction of us furnished
State of Xevr York. He resigned the latter office the pointhe ; they us what ca'ise such is the condition of mankind that they to the construction of a line telegraph from the
sable audience
with a speech, which was emphatically is to begin series of addresses to the Southern supplies we had. The sick and wounded were under State of Florida to and th Golf of
Cuba thence to
in 1683 to that of Governor of his the ave seldom acted in conformity with such principles. *
accept adopted of Dr. Callahan. At
unique, abounding in wit, genuine negro people on the subject of his grand project for steam care Greytown we Tehanntepce, on the Pacific Ocean. Whan this line
State. He \ra twice elected to this portion but mirth, and no Finall share of national spirit As communication by means mammoth steamers to were kept in the steamers Ogden and Morgan, anchored Revolutions have commonly been the eJTect is completed it will" without doubt, contribute

was defeated in 18S8, and held again DO public office this 'n the first occasion of the kind that has ever run between England and Southern ports.SIIOOTIXQ Col. Canty off, formerly t the town. English We were officer provided, but now for by in of the triumph of a party, or the success of physical largely to the profit of the Atlantic Convpanyl

till he called to the Cabinet of President Yet, if the illustration of these .*
WAS passed under our notice, we deem an allusion to it the Costa' Rican service.. We remained thus from power. principles

Poli, in Ib4in the capacity of Secretary War. not improper, as indicating the happy condition of .A"AIR.-A family difficulty occurred a the 13th of May to the 14th of June, during which has not always been accurate, the general position fST "vViy ia an aseeort'of taxaa like lh.Very-

He roigned this office upon the accession of General our slave population, and the utter gratuity of abo. few days ago at Atlanta, Ga., between Col. D. time four men lied, their surnames arc McElroy, of the right of the people to select their own rulers heat body.of men ? Because- nee un Metard, Lient. Xagle, of New York, and Littlejohn has often been illustrated.
Taylor to the Presidency, atod accepted tlte po- lition sympathy for an element of Southern Witcher of the ;
society one proprietors of the Fulton lions., they were buried on Punta Arenas, and their graveswere -. -

itJon Secretary of State inthe, Cabinet of Preri- that is infinitely better off than the eervilc population and his son William, a young man of about 20 years marked so as to be known. The New York Police Dill. Worms

dent Pierce. He was also a prominent candidate of the free Slate of age. Some words patted between them, when The United States sloop-of-war Cyane arrived -A great many l iearnd treatises nave been written .*.

for tbe Presidency before the Baltimore Convention. -_ .- the son drew and from Afpinwall on the 10th of June, and we were ALBANY, N. Y., July 2d.-The Court of Appeals plalnhig the origin of, and etaawfjrtef the worm*pmraixi hi
.. Deathof Gen Joseph 1'!. Ilernandc pistol ,, deliberately fired at his transferred to her. Two men died on board of her yesterday decided in favor of the constitutionality lbs human *j tm. Scarcely.**; topic of bediea scheMe aa,

._' -. TIle Jacksonville JVVtr announces the death of father, the ball entering the abdomen, and making between the 10th and 12th inbt ; their names are of the Metropolitan Police Bill. There was a (nil elicited more saute b6f raUtn and profound re*.,rcl> t sad.

Gen. Joseph M. Hernandez upon the Island of Cuba n very dangerous wound. The youth fled, and at Winer and Begley. On board the Cyane most of bench, and the decision was made by yet physicians are very mne divided la opinion on.-UMJect >>.
._ -, South Carolinian* In Ilonor. Gen. the last accounts had not been arrested. the men who needed it were furnished with proper t sizagainet., < It most bS admitted, howarer, that, after an, a'awd*
on the} 8th ult The been a citir.cn! of :Florida two.
The Democratic nominees f.r Governor in the '. clothe, and we received the name rations as the of expelling them and purlf/ing the.body born their present*.
ever eince the acquirement of Florida from crew, that is. the United States rationrwhich: were -* --- value than the wisest diaqnialnoaa U U taslrortftaEaeb
{ said ia of mftre
States Georgia, Alabama atid Alfsaisrippi, are all UTAH.-It is by the Washington correpo'n"
Spain. He was'the first Delegate to Congress from amply sufficient for our want*. While in the Costa General Walker left Washington City Wednesday, all expelling spent bM Iliad be a*-fovad. DrM
South Giroliciane, a* also the present Governor 'of dent of the New York Herald, that the Government Rican boats off
Greytown, we furnished with route for
were tn Nashville. He
the Ttl ritorA \. was nceompanied by Land's T rminis prove< ;> tkfl owe W1fle4ta
Florida aaj his sueceMor, who takes his seat in the S intends to erect this Territory into a separate Military what would he about one meal a day. When the Captain Fnyssour. About thirty of his recent followers sfflcacy being unrfwaUjr aeknawle'medical bI'

C ubi ruatorul wiT on the lint Monday in October western editor in dunning his _ubscribcrs w ys Detriment, to be uuder the command of Gen. Wabash who arrived needed, clothes we were put on board. of her; the are now inmatcs'bf hospit.atitBellevtie, faculty. Aa further roof ji4 $ *

'IUt.. Tii: < democratic candidate for Lieutenant he has }had) rerpoivibililics throwa upon him bidl '. Harncy, who will! have a force of nearly three thousand and men received good rations were and supplied wore \Created with them very, undergoing medical treatment. Th jr (opinions! oC IstycnscfonTowncithPnU Nwyoie.e1S: I: Om3.

.is'ri'or UI Tcjcas i it likewise a south CflroHwan.) he i i. obliged to uut't. j men,, fully' cquippcdn ao aniy in the field. -kin4iythmc officers and njfn. ; Central Walker are not very fluttering. This 1 Is to certify that I 'ae tronfcUd with worm* Cuecre.



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= .&"lIed-* ule {' &e't CeJrtrHod Vf rmifagT Foiti&r.Ri i i Jt l (arbJ. "_. ;
thin a Iter.,pwptl I wu 1 J nl'rnlng nros.mPlt1Io ur. I took onebottle. United States Mail Line VOLUNTEERS I H Hl GREAT INDUCEMENTS j $1rotSli(

ini.r>.Tr.g which.,on broughl<*. .nd away am now about pwIfeUy fifty worm_'II.: commenced Th* pnMlto NEW bRLt\-K:'ROM-: TO KEY WEST ANTED I IA l,810 OR 1200 iii 1 P OFFZRKD roJ:1a.sers.TOOash E. BARNAfiD. Jr. v .

>n Jcarn my name aDd further partJculare by applying toUr i --I.'i p- 1 .- -- -- : BUS'III1""LS of CORN**nj 4 or 501)0 i iI 'PIlE UNDERSIGNED is now receiving his usual ; _

*. Bardie >o. 8 MahttUn iiUc*,or to E. L. Thrall, Drug J I INTERMEDIA '/ R FR01UDA PORTS, FEW COMPANIES OF I pounds of BACON, on i. tock Spring Q.Hjds which will W Urge and I WILL twrrcvx TIlE

i:A ronwr : PufthiicTIj1I be careful 10 aak for DR. WLAE5LEBRATED CU.XMCJKUvrrn THE i Messrs. G.A MEGINNISS. I soil in all instances liberal discounts
': VERMIFUGE manufactured by FLEMIXI ST::AMKK ISABEL are -wanted to fill up vacancies in the j July 4, '5''. 27"Wm.R.Pettis' I punctual made for CASH. D. C. WILSON. : W: xt tat'otb rAJri, MOX J J .

.f&w*. /"a. AMolhfrVermHnyMin comI.ariwn : Volunteeis! ; ----- 11
Mounted Florida
IZn$ March 1467.
'. Verroitujre, atcel.lTated roa HVTAXA: A>D CIIAHLFBTOX AT KKT WEST. Jlegimont I
Ilr. M'Lan. genuine .
worthies --
kiP are Uvf Till.,eaa now be hud at all 1 w.poUbl ..... I to be mustered into the service of the United States I i TilE- -LATEST-- ; --SPRING- '- --MD- SUMMER L OTlE Ii' MORTAR,

drag .:t'lrN. -V.,fle g.-a"l7111 'l'1'I.\O'I.t th,.iqwtur. oft THE SOUTHERNSteainship I as soon as repotted full. Captains having Companies'i FROM NEW ORLEANS' : I ," f !
t!] HOMING !:)'. 'i and desiring service' in this l Regiment will report their 1 CASKS SMe :nnd ?hol; .1-rs, I It.

-- -, --'.. ----:---:- _- -.-..- Company Companies with the lumebof eummia.sunied officeisi 1 I P) I t. ,ji'.j in llama.S : STYlES I:, C.rn.rof Clinton I Monro atrut..7an.IlU.
r.: =: -- ,
Do the kvor to i when organized to the wmlrivurnrH.j I i : Tit-reos Smear Cured.Hams, # January i If, 1 i85f. 2CoPartnership or-
us ,
lii'iTua: :
CO" )!{. nr NE-W: rgsaaSg ORLEANS j S. VI' GEO. ROOKRS.CtJ. : 1" Smoked !n iesf.: I. To be had at : -- --.- .- - -----. -

\oincf in "'isriK-xt?j sue*ftI..{. 1 in>e of Sheriff! fn the t HAVING takfii the niHil enntnict for :1 OprJI I:. ilouited H.l';. Fla. Volunteers.OaU. : 2 IIh
< ."::tT <.f Lrcn. st the eii"-.jin; election in October ; two f.iht: clas.s Set Steamers n-gulaily .-FJa.- June. 27.- '67. -2ttfIAMOFFTOTHE- --- !I. 75 libN. Extra I'II! Supcifine Flour ''I D. C.WILSON'S.rpIrE THE undersigned have tIs: J,1j f il.r.d into A co

:;,'M ir. IUL.UIU. :.tiXurnS.I.Y. ; t'-Ice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the I I Co"Ilil f' IVaiw, u11ip in t tfeWHOLESALE.
\.OTIns. I 15th und, 29th awl the UNDERSIGNED: is. now receiving a large .
.\ I leaving same eveninj. i 1" Lard (Oil, *
__. I Ir t 't Jaid varied stock of SPRING and SUMMER ; .RETAIL :
__ - ---- Tin; STEAMER SniA } ; 2! Molasses, I II
:--j.l El'lTO&DH: us Uie f I\'or to ; !. I Laid, ; (.OO!S. U the iii-pection of which he iuvlie the I :.UGaUS.L.N .lbss;
will leave: New Pint in the :xlnr11iII and St Marks .
WARSlAAGAIN 1" Mess Bee ; Public generally: I tinder the name and of
fclllOUDCe i ia/our nest iasu >, f'r reelertKm for the terminus on the HI rival of the Cars from Tallahassee i : 10" Pork, i CONSISTING IX PART OF : style :

fill' the taking mail baggage and freight to anJfrum AMES&LIVELY.THEY
oflifeof: Tar AssMwr an-1 Collector. co nty patbi'ugers 2 Roie Lemon. Chintz Barege Hrenvlin I .

?< i-on, at tllc ensuing Oct.t b r election Mr. L. C. J'J'JIl. the train.Steamer, and retaining in season fur the nftenioon II I II I {i 1 B.x Smoked Beef Sugar Cured T.II1g'u..tI. i ii and Organdie Flounced Robes I I

HLL.. K-jjpecifully. I II i i Foi Salo"6'J.S7/"bY It. 11. m.lUtT.. Solid Colored and Figured Bareges, will be plensed to see tbtlr friend.

MANY VOTERS. I long The desired travelling und public frequently,can! Ur attempted! t snrud connnunicatiww that this I Volunteers, to expel the Semiiitfes from the 1 j I _June I IS57._ 24 i' Silk Tissues and Crepe de Pam.' j and patrons at the old!iUndof D.H Ai..J:'
I ; Jh'.r ialcs, Wanted Chintz Biilli.ints.Printed. I where they will keep full aad ceDeral.
__-c to and fioin the above is in ch hands I
( T Wu ire Authorized' and requested lo 1 1rIJ'n p to warrant pciuwineiicy and ports succecs. s> ns I _'_' -. Benj. F. Young, t ti JJnvnr m 10 to 75 cN, I a4orttuent.'f AricIsaprtaningtobs( ? _
j 'I ""HE General Gayer m1ttJt having asked the Covet FrenchScotch and Amer'n. Ginghan : ue of Business D. H. AMES.
LOIT.L JOXF j.s a candidate foi Tx59r : ] :"cngcr< }having slave servants must see to i Ji1 &) '?'rJfJ'lLI' i" Tl !
Fieneh. rII: lit h. and Amer'n. Print" LtVELT.J
) t M. .
: I I.A JL tier of this Slate for an additional .c.1.J ; .i1S JJ.i1 JJ
clearing the ht the Custom louse before I' .
in gc'ing on ;
and Collector of Leou county tt tInt Else- board. REGIMENT OF VOLUNTEERS, ANDSOLICITOR I Blafc Poult; do I.ire. January 186.. 1
mack Gru de ifiiue,
;!.m i j;! October mxt, I f3f Also look after jour llarrqage yourself. I IN EQUITY, I -
and) the undersigned being duly authorized by Black! Clmllus. J
1'or fut cr puitieul!, Apply to j TILL practice in the Couits of the Eastern Cir Alpaca's au-1! Bomb.-uiri -M ESASHCIEA.I.ER8 CO.

DAN IK L LAUD, it gent. COLONKL: KOd'EKS, I T cust of Florida and the Federal Cour'o.orriCE .
bbrrfi rmrllts. i
l liU New Fla to raise to till his Rijrimcnt. will beifady I IN
Port July 11, 1857. 23 I a Company up ( AT C.UNSVIII.K. Al-ACHf (lIt:CTY.) Linens. ,b
to receive and t'nlist'OLUTEEHS for the
1o.L.-- I said: service. The enlistment wil1 be for J E FL' I: l.Y (C.ES : Fitting and Shirticg Liurns I DRUGS, e PANTS,

820 REWARD. ; NEW BOOKS. i CAt J. J. Ln'1) I II Pillow Case and Sheetintf Linen, I
six UO.NTHS-PAY AM KAIIOVS BY isiu V.MTLP STATED.Applications COL. J. J). Chailitton Fancy Shilling Linens,
, MEDICINES DOlt. Sf' ::
rpnE subscriber v ill give the above reward.) :I JUST RECEIVED will be received nt Tullahasse until the I, FRASFR .t TIIO\II' (S.I )f Fnncy Linen,for Gents an I Tou"ths wear. .t ,
J of his AARON !
Vy for; the saf* delivery bo.r.
., in the Jail nt Mon- FIFTEENTH OF JULY PROXIMO. }I. JAMKS S. JONES Talta ntser, Fla. Spring and Summer yOULD inform tUeir fnends and tat ptlblio.&ln
: K_ to ],jm nt his plaritatittn, or I tW1OOKS&NOVELS- I June n. '51. 23 .
'icollo. The boy ia twenty-four years of age.ie about DORK A Stroll in Europe ; All who Vour.vT-zL-ii, nra expected to furnish th"ir : : T they have on hand a good assortment of.M ,

Iii frt.thigu; very black Ligh forehead trim built ; 1 EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico; own HORSES. i. I II 5liN11Ltli! ; i articles ns are guf'raUy.hpt in their h.e of 1).10.
For Sale. and will be receiving regularly fresi Than
n-risrhs about one hundred and fifty or sixty pounds, DR.) KANE'S Arctic Expedition ; JOILV PAKKIIILL.

!,e rVnawav about f-xir months fnee. and i id luikingfcrct MEMOIR 8. S. Prentis Speeches. Ike.; June 27, '.,7. 2C11Just' I 4 LIKELY NIJGKO MAN about 30 ycais ofTV I terms shall be reasonable.Tallahassee. .
PICKETS B. BIRD. -- -- -- whois CWEMEK. OF VERY DECKIPTI0N.Bonnets April 9fh 1853- H.
Vntrerille. THE DAYS of my 1if.-A io\el by the age* a good Apply at this I ----

July U. is''. Jj8! author of Margaret and Zaidee ; ;L : Received, .6 Office. '57. Si: MEDICAL NOT .

"- ISABEL-A novel; i Fd's; I ,
PROPOSALSFor ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; Per Schooner "n m. R. Petlis : A ARGE ASSORTMENT OF 6jJ : -0-

Screw-Propeller Sloop-of-War. VASCONSELOS new novel ;.'A DRUMS Frc i Dried Fig, I r 111K suljscriber offers for hale his r'esiSTflO I.I I.. [ENGLISH FRENCH AND AMERICAN Drs. Robertson & Bond _

r bv Simms; doc. Ac."McDOUGALL tJ .1 6 Boxes Fresh LemoMi, I t'1"'e'' situated on Monroe Street, j jIIII STRAW BONNETS, j I
I IIOHI3Y.. 2 Cai's Guava Jellv) fag? and tine of the most desirable locations I TRIMMED, LACH AND STRAW BONNETS j jAI. I HAYING a co-partnership in the pnuHtr 1
NAVT DEPARTMENT, ) July 4. \5;. 27 I r*** in the City of Talhih.-isbec. I II t prefesslon.! offer their tcrticel in its 04 1-
Fur enu of Con fi netion, .t..June 27, 1 bS7.rplIE f 1 Tr\il-t cw Dales. I .!O A LARGE ASSORTMENT OV ; izens of Tallahassee and surrounding country. -

Bureau will revive sealed proposal?. FptcifiJ Notice.L June 1:. '57. 24 AMES: & LI Y ELY. i -ALSO1 -* I French Ilowers, Artificial, te, Ac, Ac. cr Office over the Store lately occupied by liet

J[ cati.'ns. plans until the 24th day of August I :i will sell my huge and well known, e, ton & Higgs. '

nest 'f io."E'd Fur lie Construction of a Stemn- I ETTEPiS testamentary: baring been irrai.ted to FULTON FOUNDRY Livery Stable, Carriage House, &c. Embroideries. Feb. 2:, '5T 9.tf

l'r/.j.llcr Sliop-nf-W authorized by the act of us as cxector'of: thc last Will and Testament I Rich Valencine Maltese and Honatbon setts of
My terms wilt be liberal to a good purchaser. 1w
3d Mai eh. 18:7. late resident n11Lb1toe, F1a. Dr. Miles H. Nash
Congress, approved of John G. Guiin, deceased. merchant in P. B. BROKAW Collars and under Sleeves, ,

f" Tbt proiKisals inu&t be: lor the hull spars and paresi'.rs. I the town of Quincy, Oadsden eouuty Fla. Notice is r JL IHE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the I April IS. '5;. 1G-?tn I II Emb'd. mouslin Collars, from 121 i eta. to $3,00, orrras BIS rnorEssiONjit.SXKTICES TO int cmixwi. or
rigging mJ U DixcotnaT.
. in3 ttC..h"lti, anchors and cables, tanks casks fur- I, to distributive shares of the estate of the said business, under the name and! style of Salt Salt. TALI.AHA3SIK AND
, 'CTC untensils, 'be steam machinery their cliams demands Hats with Dr. M. tf shimm, di t ly .aitoftb.
,,, and cwkiij deceased to preseut or to na, I Cardy, Baya & Co, OFFICE *
anJ woik, with: all the equipments and outfits I fir settlement within two years from this date or the 1 Onn SACKS LIVERPOOL, iii fine order, .
spire for the of following the trade Foundir'' fillMacl1iIIit ) A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
,,f a Ib11H.f war; to be compete and leady iu all re- same will be barred by the} statute, after the expiration purpose i w vF\f landing per Times and for sale by May 19 1855. 20
VKjcts to receive her tffieers aud men, provision*, II IIJ of that period. and are epared to execute all kinds ofwoik McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. m Gents and! Youths Spring and Summer BI
appertaining to thio business. Steam Engine II
..a. :IUJI flZUlsCI1t. WM. S. GUNS and CIIAS. H. DuPONT, Ext'r3.ttc Al'riI4.1857. 14 ; HATS. R. H. BERRY
furnished order and warranted
to to give satisfaction.
, Tie firmament stoics t mid pni"i'i >D! irill be fur- I Quucy: ,Ju!, 4, '67. 27-Sw I ,
Sugar Mills nnd Castings of all kinds trade with Rice-Fresh _
njMied; l'\' the po\emnei.t. I ------ -'. I ii'-atness nil Ji pntch. Plans and estimates furnishedof Rice. Clothing, Auctioneer and Commission t'
the rnnterinli -
The Fpccsficatioii mu.-t fu all kinds,] (If Machinery and Engine'l'ingTh'v X('WHOLE_ and HALF Tierces of Rice arrive A LARGE ASSOaTMt.NT OF
u-i-d. the. method and sizes of f.istenings, the BROADWAY GOLD PEN MERCHANT.TALLAHASSEE .
?loe ./V direct .t.
It I me al.io sole agents for Hoaul J. Sons Steam EugintM 'fin a few days from Chaileston Si'nd j Gents fashionable CLOTHING.

1.01:ail of K7.cs: and arranzemcnt of the machinery cnbiii, the Manufacturing (0. for! Oillllin 1 Z 0..1 ton, (Giiiiding I and. Sawing, and liarliji'ii's in .your: oiders and have it marked you who want. j II Fla, Sept. 29, 1855. 19
and outfit,thf for .
'f it
us c. i
vsrioue Boots and Shoes
Giisl Mili ft-r t hoi. "
I or ALSO .
for 12 cfTk-efs. Fteernic for 14 cffiter : o3; BKOAWVYY NEW YOHH, jwwer.JOSEPH \ ,

:'I.t.i1.'nr]*. apartments mjm fl.'r.4 forward office s. the store sail, II III'! now Felling thcii spleridid] Gold Pens. Pencils CA TIDY, I 150 H.IXM n-f Manufactured TOBACCO. nt lower { A LARCR A3(TMEKT Or I II JOHN R. LLOYD
,. t Head, c1ut'bwl"SUJ j{ rooms,
yms. 1dl.rou:11s. t-.rit; -rooms, holds. chain and other I and each purchaser Draws a May 30, T.T. ".JOHN) 1 CARDY. New Y l.rk. For further particular! enquire kt I J.ALSO I .A-u.o1:1on.cer _

the! di'i Mii'>ns ot the f are, boats, an.1K.l I :_"- JDon't D. LADD Newpoit. ANDCOMMISSION
1 l"kpff : .1!*'*. >< j' L'lI.M .}-It REitlllln-PREU: IVI Servants SHOES of every quality.
the ether olj'ct.I included in the proposal.Up : March2l57. 12
\ I Read This I MERCHANT
t in aj'pliCMtion to the commandaDt ofanv. navvTB.yl. c.f from 50 cents to 1000 STAPLE GOODS.Cotton ,

the bi.i-Jir! can St-e the list (If stoics and provi-I As soon a' a IVn or Pencil ie puK-hafe'l tLe Pren.i OH, DOX'T MANTILLASFOU and Linen Ojnaburgs TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

I (: nnd f-1' which. nl?o. the eoiitraf-torm his plans mu"t I II LIST or FENS AMJ TIlE mnAij. rKtcr- : > Schr. \Vm. H. Petti, and New York l'er Tin: Marlborough Plaids and Stripes,

*'i.Jea >:ic.v: rud C'J1IHlli'nt 'to.' gt'ie B.uk I U. ]1. Gamble, a largo an 1 well selected Choctaw Stiipe-s Checks : r
; i. ] G..1-1 I'cns..A .. . ?1 25 and 1 Gift; I and Summer of 1857.r Apron s. s.
I 'i i'f..UC! Tiiu t 1 II' vroildnz drawing, frem vvhirhr.r : .4 I'I"Z'II"1': : ;ze---------2 to 2 (JifisWe I STOCOF CROCURlhS. I Spring Bed Ticking Ac., Ac., &c. KNIGHT, j

thjj cai V l-wiit.: !1,ov.-jnj the inrmard irongi- ; 4. S.h..r I 1.h I1lll.N.------ ;.i)) t, 2 doSier -AL o- lIE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express IIDWi. AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT ''r

'.i-jt?. I'l, al 1 1'U.t; (If Fpaee f'r accommodations; : : Vb! EL: ll..IJ\'I 3 3 'j 5 .4 3 du I I JL a few of those most Faslii.enable and by far this
and well selected Block of HARDWARE.
\ i r ,.'d'f> iiiw.f-r the rt. \vige (.t f I he vlr t'UlH.bjcct"f J .4 ammoth h 1'i 00 -1 lh I \\ nt.;. Bvnndie", Sxmps.! ar!, tte.The mot decirjble, A large TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
I All of thu above articles will be sold l low *
"tivi'-i'stj', aid the Subscribers are determined after this date to i by
-rvVii'-i-t oi.tSis.: I stores a4 *- cc LtTiatl.an" 6 25 cc r. (1)1'&tI4taItI September 1, 1565, 05 t.
..,. 1',1<.f th" inithinery nnd.the dierx i !itiont.f t the t 'IMtn1't1k .1.. abandon the ajttem of I Hill; goods on a CI EIJlT. 1 Chantilly Lace MantillasIf D. WILSON.. .
I ] P..11 G..l,1; DI."k lloltlcr J 'j; 3 .
\ ,.i 'ii:<-r<- Y!.!.'t t :!'l ho bo H plan of ihe sailr, Jlowin .4 4' k Lox n 2: i tI.) Pbr Cadi or Cvutitry J'rodnce I variou patterns nnd d l( i ign", hih they offer on March 14, 57. 11 RICHARD. .. .r. -BIRCHETT.- _CHARLES. DOWXI51BlRCHETJ

:: :: ,"i1"H"-, top Mti-! toj-sa.llaut tails,jib, and spn.u- I Lcvi'ii G'lI\'II. 0'1,1 Desk Bol'r J ( 2 5 110 we will at any time he happy to ser ve our cu-:nmr'h i the niot reasonable}, term11. Call earlv if yon wie.li Corn. & DOW'- --ma- -
t jfDENHAM. ,
4tr kline Siht'r CiS and Gul.1I'II.r; :: dolIanl'oth with goods of every dcscriptiui at a small: advance I, the choice ?cleoti.-7iH. BUTLER
'J 1*:* plr.' 1'* wi" be accompanied by a moilelhUh: i 1.1 5 diitdd March U/37. H nfin BUSHELS CORN for sale hv ATTOR\Ers AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CIlM 'II
Go'k Sih.'r Ca .t (; 1\11 f :!5 above New Y)rk and New Orleans pric{-. If ym I t
: vU.e!; eratog.: (,1 f the Lull must be on u scale of Tooth Pick---------------- 2 rll_ fJ_ di doubt it. come and try us. at J. B. Gamble's Old I ---- 1UUU HOPKINS d ilEGlNNISS. KO.' 490, Scveiifh StreetVASnT7COTnV !

-qur.i1fr' cf an iinh to a fo t. 4. a nd Ear Pick. . ::3 ;;5 .. 3 doGidj I Stand, Corner of M-iiroe and t'ffet'80n Street. Tallahassee Sash and Blind March 21, '57. 12Ladies' \ PTTY. .

Ti.e t!l.r: to !. pierced for clias, !'('m, snd b'-oad- ; Wall Kt' '. To'th Pick J''lIl 'ji :3 du 1lItJlAW & RHODES. F.ACTOR.Y. practice before the Court of Cltimiicj ;, _

.M. ;' .'tfi. iLe btlei iK't less than 12 iu number on I; Iahljt2'oitl cucI1s. . . .! ..,0 .. do I May 23. '57._2Jj-tf_ r j HE underfilled i adopts.this method of informing! Dress Goods. WILL claims before Congress aud the .t- i:I
ch ciJe. :-1 1 \ +* to. 3 16 3 : I 1 the, pubbe, that he has I'f'ClIIt1IIJCIIC.1, the: above QWISS: MUSLINS, plain and, figured, eral Departmenta. .1
Tlv 1.H siill; tol-ci.'Oiuthihabi.vi-thcd: It tk ; .4 . .. do I Just Received .
't 'i; VII 4 I bn-inef It1iahive. and wl'l1l.le I !: I 3 Cambric: h checked, July 28,1S55. 80
tW f-v'ila -5-t il:.!(.a f n: nd afi. ;r.J jt iuiLcs: : :in .. 4' .4 and l'CIl. . i t: 2i ; /10 I I 1
PER "J. G. ANDERSON I jih-ased receive the patronige of his friends. Shop Linen Lawn French Prints etc.
\t M-I't.'. Gent (;.kl CII!": and 1\11. . I'I 00 8 do I I.t nt the I "illtoallItplJt., ) I. W. BO WEN. Landing from S:1mrs'1IamI for sale bv A. PERRY AMAKER a..
1c v.-cirrl l t .f aunaw-nt to be provided! for iu the A DEArTU'I.XD VARIEDASSOUTMEXT ,
I )III1'uth .izeliU 10I'J I I I
March .. 57. 10 MiN AUGHT, OKMOND: A CO.
i |'. #e"'I1.t will b<- ItO; tn of 2.2K) pounds.l ; "-ai rant all nor Gohl; Pens to lC Diamond ; OF I A pi illS, '57. 16 AVir@!fJi Y AT LAW f

!"- t"It.l("wliCJeLt: of dfTicois and men will be I ted and not surpassed I liy; any tiblishment pOiu-I' ISLE BRAIDS) do. Tiimmings, do. Fringe, I WILLIAM SCOTT, --- ,

.c& p" "unt, :1.1! the .iip njti,t ttoiv pio\isioiis fir'J ftsite*, and besides given )OU a 1'. n or Pencil _I-d Steel Spi ing Skeleton Skirts, Setts Brass Skiit 3 Book TALLAHASSEE, FI,!. 'i

; "' ,1 .H.IId 3 viiles f"i V day'.' with a condctie.T I 1 1I. wm th your money. we also pieteut jwi with Gifts Hoop-) BUTLER: DENHAM.. I A Y f'lJ 1t ;\ LJ.\'Y, Bindery May 21, 1853. 20 t,
Fuel! to 1 be fvr 1 3 I- "JIEBik of McDOUGALL & HOBBY ,
i 'T cliiiinr: feh I \vat-r. cairy J ".rth from r>0 cti.ts: -Jl.Ou'J iu June 27. 'L7. 26 MONTICELLO FLA. .Bindery ,
'::t\?' !u:1 i-U HUT,!;?. and t5i* i rt>el to make und r _L i is again in opciation. EDWARD q. WEST.
GnUITC'Il:" (;OI.I> orauu A\n vtGi.1'1 '' l'1l.\lX :80 i t 1 j j7Tr7 ju .
: :.i al"ae nt( her: < -r-Ioll irnupht of water ten I Ir 810 REWARD. July 30,183. March -.'1. 57. 12
The bad diaught of wa- ; Loi-kctn.. Diamond Pinc. Cameo Pel's, Gold I IStll' I Attorney and Counsellor at Law
t.- in j i s'ivt.th M':1. dcfp I r HE J Su'wcribcr' v-il! theab-ivc reward v LARGE lot
| give l V i) Q jubt re- ,
Fruit andCake
t. i. vhi'i. ain-nl Mid! i fl:lly equipped with men, proiBr i ]*. Riii?*, Breast: Pius Si'\er iS\' I I Seed Rice.BUSHELS
Silver Gobi t t", Ac. for the safe delivery of his Imy NELSONto UIkrL1.1tI' r.-ivd byMcDOUGALL TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
for I =kcts,
ii'.id cf nIl kiIH;" und I t'adv sea not >:i ;
\ is) torts him at his puutati! 1 cxrtti C fc ct lid the 1Jw s port ftill to be 8 .1Gr'7,1aES1'SIEX1;- ; I 1 100Spring() -Aprfl5,1S5C. 1-1'
I : /'C orThomas\ille. I He i is u very black March) 21. ;7. I 12 i HOI'KIXS A 5IEUINSIS3.; _
feet alio\e the !load 1:111': < Now i is the tine and here 5 il the chance to make boy. lnpuly-l\\o yea!is offlijc, high forehead l. trim i H'"' ._ U. ._ .___ I 3larcb2l5. 12

Ti! <- pu'inrlkr! to. be filled to hoist up; and the bc..ili i ?1.0 rl-? ,OOO-* ,llIO- 5i,(''.no j jI built, and i is about 5 feet 7 inches iii1i Heranawaysnne RICHARD BRADFORD |i -----.- -- ------.- HUGH A. CORLEY,
r1. !..ve :. U-l]SCOJH; fhim:ey. KI that! tlwblJlpmaj" I ,
-.t 1 he iijipavrtd: a,6 a cruiser tinder. sal lr v.hich she I per '(':1r. in the sale of Gold l' UI. Jewelry, Ac, & Tallnlla"'I'W.! f'Hr' wetl.s feince and is probably lurking. LESTEU.around I ATTORNEY AT LAW, j and Summer Styles, Attorney at Law

.I ::1tC-U.J.! : ,-< lIfer! a Liberal comniifMni' ; to I,.'cal :..wl l Travc'injj ; For LBB7. ,
.. "Th liJvk-r ".1 iii sU.e ti.c thiie considered: 1 I4eees:4ry: i : Ai
to comptte! the hhip f -r tea, to.. etLer with the price, told. A iijht anil agreeabk bu.-mess, nt.d. above all Per Brig 4J. ----------I. (Office in the Post Office Building ) ; 'flItSUnSCRI: : w Tork.' a full and elegant( a-- ,, January 17, 18S7. s-if

: f.y!'! equipped, as lx.foie named. a tr'Hid pI*\ill; bu>;Iiien!. Agtnts! wanted in all! paits : I Mny23. '57. 21 I -itnieiit of LADIES DRESS JOODS, c<>i.si
The ohjt-ct of the depa.itmtnt in iuv itinr; prcposaliis i-f the c-'::11:1':. A tll"uIe containing: a List ofGondh I FROM .Y/ilV YORK: i i0) of an .'nI"andy! .-f the most fashinnahlo Btvhsof r Anderson J. Peeiet
i to ubt&tn the lnt ship-of-war t hat the inercanu'e with fall Explanations of t terms to Agents will .
very Paris Printed ituUes;
i : on plain J cloths ,
Bbls. Assorted Flour 110,11.L .
; inaiiue cnu J.N'UCuK! j-ropota's will Le rcceavi i be SlOt on application,free. All orders \\ill be ]'romptIv ; 0 I; 'X ES Chainpaignc Cider 200 j i from pl.fin t') full! chintz colorcil.Organdy ; .

1.: froui t-liip buil:Jei s only.} i I attended t", and those sending; up money by mail! ; 4 Tierces Rice _ BBLS. Plant's and I : rubes, designs entirely nsw, Attorney anti Connsellor at Law

TLe ]l'NP"*.lI", '';-.itcJtti'Jnl; and drawings 1.ic1J \\ill receive such g..I lfi aM thfy) order by the return ; 1 nbl. Superior Rail Road Snuff, warran'ed! (0 75 J xtm SL extrabrnn'I.uI JliCCUl't: I. 1 SOLICITOR IN EQUITY

c nfini. f thi trillions: now prescribed. and com ; Mail or express: with the Gifts enclosed in the packages. to whiten teeth and purify the breath-de- O" Supcrfin-. I Pi intel Bare"e mbf, designs entirely new ,
;. V.ae the grrateitt U'uitibor advantages will be jcJtxted j Address all orders toMEItIUCK. cidedly( than Brandy-surpasses Gt'-cadi'ie, rooos, strIped Brocn Ie and CLiua YEW PORT. FLORIDA.

anJ tie price must rewire the approval of the I BENTON k DEAN, the Balm of a thousand Flowers. Per The above will be Bold l lllw fi'r CASH and CASH ou- I j FK.incs, "STILL Practice in the Courts of the Jrfi d1. Ciroaii

t ,1 ;1r1zi&ent l:foie contract will be made. The 335 Broadway, N. Y. eons Wilt) uso the article will Live I Iv, and iu lots to dualeis and retailers at reduced\ prices I Foulard silk Flounces. I !' Special attention pajj to CuUl.'Cti .

1 ji.utioa f.f biddci as 'ucl'fbSfulltlstruct4)rS \i ill N. B.-Gold Pens re-pointed in superior' manner. forever and never DIE.) by D. C. WILSON. :' Double skilled Marquis Fionncpn t.- -thpr with a I March 21. '51. 12

: '.M- -i-ie wi:;]ht. The I'I.ce: ClltirJD'3. drawings and Knchii-c! the IVn.and thirty-nine. cents in P. O. Stamps : For sale' by) IL II. BERRY. May 23. '.-. 21 beautiful: assortment, ut! Linen Cambrics in die**

: .'', !,-'.= of pttes; not obtaining the contract can be and the TV.li will be repoitteJmd returned -t-paiJ.: --June 27. 57 26 patterns, white j.rinted 1 and Polka spot Bnlliautes, I FLOYD & HOLLAND,

\I .,i.>!nnr bv thiiu.J'.K ; July 4, '57. 27-3m NOTICE"Number Bacon and Flour. I printed PercxlcB i in great variety tic.. Ac.. l-c. Attorneys ,at Law.
: 11, >:: -. : BUTLER d DENHAM.
/ /\ B1JLS. Flour, 10 half do.i. '
____ 1 .VTILL. practice in the Circuit Court of iliddl
') _) 4 lIhd Bacon Sidi's. March .J, 57. 11 ,
WORKS ; S cULt11ErI1LOTTERY Two. : T and West Florida, and in the Supreme Court
.1". 4 BBl.:. that KAMK FREXCH BREAD.Landing of the State. Also in the District Court of the U.
of the
ZN'o-ctr 3E"oart F1a. I 1\ FTER trying the experiment (.f furm-hiug ICE from the Pettis, and for Bale by i Opening Season. ted State, in the Northern District Florida.

.: at Tallahasse at 2 @ 3 cents f j) Ib thus far MrNTAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. BONNETS R.J. FLOYD, Office ApalachicoU, Fla.
: This Establishment t is 5ow Under Full Blast. GEORGIA I we find at these rates and as long a season's sale as D. P. HOLLAND Office
j SAVANNAH I 1851. 1G FlaDec.
_.April ___ _ _ QuiMj.
I can be expected will leave u! at least ?500 out of Head Dresses, French Flowers, 22. 1855. 31
Mr. Mr. Gco. S. KING in actual cost of Ice delivered.] The lo.< intransporting
the death of Pond pocket, s Gloves & Hdkfs.LADIES' I
SINCE II.VVAXA 1'LAX 01LINGLE Xl'MBEUv: Hosiery Rushes Ribbons Blond
charge; all communications, thercfoieitlative i r ami selling at Tallahassee 13 more than WILLIAM S. DiL1tOItT I
to work. tc.., should' be addressed to him. ANDERSON two for one. While cooling you-tee want to Itektytwliiile .Misses half Hose, Gciitlement" and Boys'Hose I ings, &c., &c. ,

All' woik coming under the bend of this business i & SON, I oun-tlccs; therefore, after the lilt July we Buck Thread and Lisle, Gloves OUKNING Bonnets trimmed Attorney and Counsellor at Lap
will be promptly mechanically and (atly executedfttss MANAGERS, I will continue to sell ICE at our Ice House at St. j 1.I I. Illusion ,
Twilled Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfa.
moderate'* charge as price cf labor, tc, willJastifv. i I Marks and Newport at the same price, ?2 11 cwt- Knglibh r MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.
TO J. WINTER, MANAGERS. and for sale Crape:
SUCCESSORS-- -. --- i 2i j i @ 3 cents "j lh according to quantity. Stuck Landing per Sampson l\1r AUGHT, ORMOND by & CO. Grape aud Straw Bonnets tiiminei?, 1T7"ILL practice in tb. Courts of the Middft OirTT .'

Thi. Efiteblifchacnt is not kept up for the purpose XKAEL.T ONE PBIZE TO ETEltT NINE T1CKEETS: ;I Subscribers at the Tullahu Rec Depot as usual Mr. AIil 18. '57. 16 White and Black frame, 1 cuit. and TlJo'u..1 and Lownde. Countr. 9.
making money, (*'range to l'a J'.) ne dear bougLt TICkLTS-3,2SGFIIZES I :. Williams at the Depot) and Dr. Barnard up tow* ill [ : Plain Straw March 22. 185S. 12-}j I.:
experience has demonstrated to me, it cannot be done continue to keep ICE, but on their own accoua SPRING & SUMMER Hair Xeapnlitande.
i JC this at this branch of business but for the Parties in the Country, particularly those vbv
region Prizes Payable Without Deduction. propose Flat Bloomers, Gipsies; Shaker Hood, "irfaut L -g- LONG & GALBRAITH
't Jx-nefit of the unfortunate, who Itappen to have Engines to sell again, cau have their supply arranged for GOODS. horn, Ctiburif, ic., ire. ,

and snch like, repair. Capitol Prize 60000. St Mal ks or Newport as may suit tbcir's convenience. -4_. Head DreSse unsurpassed for style an J variety ArTnu'rAT LAW, TAU.AHAMM, FLA.

t Tie Pattern, Stock Jfaddner,, Tool, tc., leiny --- --- SOY E8
I Large in Order, and Good Condition June 27, 57. 26 black and white Rushes, narrow, medium and atedtbem.elTe iuthepractic.ofLaw. They
Jolt can le Turned Out withN'catytcsa JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY, Arc now receiving R Large Stock of wide, Blond! Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all other articles will attend the Courts in the MiJdle Circuit,tb Bi-

and Jipatclt.SLafiang 11 Y AUTHORITY OF TH F STATE OF OEO. John Bull's CompoundFLUID SPItING(; AND SUMMER! GOODS appertaining( to this department of A Ladies preme Courts and the District. Courts of the Uiitt

: Piillie*, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for CLASS 25. EXTRACT Embracing every imaginable etyle of toilet BUTLER & DENHAM. states Tallahassee.

Shaftings. Spur Gearing, Water and Steam Pipe Draws July 15th 1857, nt St. Andrews' Hall Savannah OF SARSAPARILIA LADIES' DRESS GOODS viz: March 14, 67. 11 Office opposite tbe Court. HOUM.'

Cocks Cocks Grate Bars, Plow Castings, under the fiupcriuttydence of W. October 28. 1834. IT
Scgar fillers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and IL Symons, Esq and J. M. Prentisi, Esq. Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock YellOW Summer of 1857. -- ----
Act Dock Dandelion, pure Honduras Sarsaparilla and SILKS, lio.VNETS, tr., &.C. .
Giist Mill Gearing Cirralarand Upright QKIFICEST SCHEME French Flowers
< 1 Prize of. GOOOO, Ell in the known, world. For the of Scrofula we :
( (
la Here i ir Plaoe for all that Want cure ARTIFICIALS &CI
Fact the 1 .. .. .. .. .. .20,000 Rheumatism Gout Dropy, and all Chronic Diseases, A largo lot of Metis' Clothing, 10-4 and I 1-4 Alleirdalo, Sheeting 4.c.
Work in this Line Done up light! end with DiVpatcIi. Shoes Huts and Pillow Case Linen :y Express we have received
1 to 10,000 it has 110 Uoots, Caps, I a beautiful aswt-
Having tome halt a dozen Engines myself constantly 1 5.000 equal. ____ __ i..4 and 104 Cotmterpinea, ment of the above selected in N w T.rk frn
other article of suitable
) caused the Establishment erected every
running, to 1 .. .. .. .. .. .4,000 A Mtdlfi to le handrd dnen to jioxterity at m bin- for this market Cambrics JaconeU, the latest European importation. ezprMlr for tki.
the fame cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can Plaid Muslin market. BUTLER i
2,000 sing to the Human Fa>nily. DE)IUJl.
1 Call and examine them. gjHODUKISS .
JST" ., '
always rely on having work doue at the Paris March: H, 57. 11
5 prizes of..1 1,000 3.000 SCO'lT & POOLE. .
Great Internal & External SWIM .
WAKULLA. IRON WORKS. 6 600 2,500 -
April 11. 67._15_ Embroidered SWill Mmliu.BRILLIANTES ..
-4. loo 100 10,000 B.EIWEDY Groceries.

But Here Comet the Next Important Thing. 100 50 ,OOO Dll. JOHN BULL'S KING 'of PAIN Sheriff's Sale. -- OO BBLS.SUGAR.TanoucoualiiM .

Appfoxiiiiation l',':CI. Is warranted to the diseases to wit Plain and fancy Marseille! *. *.
cure following :-
PAY PAY !"! virtue of writ of fieri facias, issued from the O 20 sacks COFFEE, .
PAY 4 Prizes of $225 to $00,000 .. .. .$900 Cholera Bowel Complaints, Dysentary, Weak Stomach BY a Frilled long Cloth, Butter Pilot
Clerks office of Leon Circuit Court, Middle Cir. Bread ,
you will wod to New York Philadelphia and BaL 4" 100 20.0IO..u 400 Generr Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Patent Criuolin Peas BaiW, ..
Dr wherein the Union Bank of Florida Is Beans Tobaccos, Win .
cuit Florida .
tunore .. . 640 Plain and I I
ADd have work dooe, without for itnomentdreami 8" ?0 10,000 Chills and Fever Rheumatism in its worst form, severe plaid Nainsooks. Ale and < *
and A. Braden is defendant, I haVe Linquor! Porter, Vi6 ga"r. Bitjc4i'
of credit but bere at borne where there are 12.' 60 6,000 .. .. 600 Bums Ailhma Pthisic Bruises, Sores, Want of plaintiff Joseph -MULLS-- Pickle '
h Banks .. .. 720 levied upon and WIll expose for sale at public out cry Soap. Soda Shot,Ladt OH,. Ac.
v or facilities 1" 30 4000. Action in the Piles Paiuter'Cbolic "
Banking capital, 2 Kidneys Ringworms
,or surplus you *
to tho highest bidder, on the first Monday iu August, Muslin Band, Cambric do, Swiss do. A full supply of.11 artitlei i iff thlf lb laadiihf
**nt 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 years credit aDd then require 20" 25 !,OOO. . liDO Head and Toothache, Coiighi Cold, Cancer.Tumor.SweUiogs. 1857, between the usual hours of sale, before the Trench Collors French sets boys Collars, per Mystie and for sale by .* .. '%. '. .;,
ne to ride from 60 to 600 miles far and probably 3.000" 20 are.50,000 Cuts Scalds, Scrofula or King'sEvil
pay Court-house door in the city of Tullahaete the following Ladies anti Gentlemen L. camb'c Hnndkerchiefi, McNAUGET, ORMOND A CO.'
ultimately expend from 10 to 26 per cent of -* Scarlet Fever, and all Pains and f Aches, in- laud, to-\nt: The N' E 4 of sec. 11, T 1.R 1, S & Bar bordered H. S. and Emb'd Handkerchiefs, Newport,March )4. '57;: KGentleman's ;
amount in Ia Is this Piizes ainouutiivr 2Il, dO form This medicine has .
collecting tbia right encour5 3285 whatever they may appear. less. Real VaL! :. to p "
W, containing ICO acres more or Lace Ac, Ac. .
tg Home Indostrj" If eo, can. you be surprisedthat Tickets $10 ; Halves 6 ; Quarters 2 50. been before the public about three years, and has relieved Levied upon ns the property o eaid defendant aud BUTLER A DENHAM. Summer*
it does not thrive more sufferwg in that time than all othwr similar March O7
to be sold to satisfy writ according to law.H.T.BLOCKER iFVermifuges.
rrrangemeot.. must be made for pafiaent before Small Scheme] Draw* Every Saturday preparations combined. For sale at Da. JOHN Sheriff. e OTHING .

d!"Jfy k"fcrougb ACme House in this place, BOLL'S Sariapsrilla Depot, in Louisville! and New 26-tf .
Sti.rkoi June 27/57._ S.?l s, Pan*s xl Vista,tssorrrtf ouit.
nUl1banee-t.bat is far enough from Bank Notes of sound Backs taken at par. York. -- FROCKS.
Lo IDe. : ".. remitted for f\ DOZEN Fabnettoeks V rratfu ., J..t43Iht1r ; :jl ebok..ssctIol1.lEd.ingfromBrodieandforssihy _
Check' on New:York prizes. Just Received from N. Y ; '
YonrotjUWdbut Dr. John Ball's OU 48 McLaneg "" *' "* -
after CtrtincaU of Packages :
we cannot nm our Address orders for tickets or .
bird earning. &: this Department. Beside, when Tickets to Compound Pectorial of Wild Cherry, certain cure FEW 1000 of those justly celebrated IL BEGARS. S8 Jaynes Tonic JleNAUQtT. ;OJt1l0ND. .CO-
A -
Ibo js ereditid out, psrtie try hard to make themaei,41 ANDERSON
IItheY it.it ot bhlI, becan.e they owe '- Maoon or Savannah, Ga. Luogs. h -4LIO- 24 Strongs Vermirag* Powder; ICE.-2 taert'ta an4 ah1l. th..,lad-
fur i'. W pcso l'lolJin} : Prfwj Tickets of J. F. Win- bold by AMES & LIVELY Tallahassee. A'few dozen GERMAN ENTERS. Santonin, Worm Seed Oil. Ae.AMES. Til21.. smd kEaal.It t :: 'I pet'LL

DANIEL: LADD. ttr.: Manager will send them to us for piymout. Principal Offic -LouuvilU and New Yoik. BUTLER A DEMHAM. A LIVBLY. McAoGwr: ;, ORMOND A CO.

YIwFErf, !uly'11,17. :8 May 30, '67.. 22 Juu 2767. 26 J,m* 27, 67. 26 April 1l'T., 15 Apnl4, 1537. ; u

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The Floridian Journal THE -MOST- 1-USFFDL-, MOST PERFECT P. -B.- BHOKAW'S. important to Housekeepers, THOMAS' WHITE, Dr. CELEBRATED M LANE'S


iie than the Jest 5J cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure io informing the c-liiens
AlTwo DOLLAR* annum, in ad per tbtt be is
Published Weekly. J J his friends and the Arthur's Patent Air-Tight Tallahassee and the surrounding country.
to wail all that wish to patronite
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. \ The vVo/e only One DoZier a Ytaf. \* public, that he has rebuilt his_ _ *" prnrrvin Frrth Fruits and Toma- him now in prepared lila line of business.on He also tenders his thanks .

One square of 12 lines or less, first insertion, f 1 00 1I REATEST DISCOVERY of the PresenJ 'i I large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now CANS/ It'intfr Uf. This article soextensiveIv to his friends, and the public generally for the vryi Two.f tlie b..t iEiEftttoYI.otth.As.;
.. .. each subsequent 50 \ ( Century of DetecingCOUNTERFEIT 5 prepared. to accommodate his friends and customers used iu the East and Northern States last season, liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been
Professional and Business Cards inserted at (10 per RANK NOTES. Ih also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith will be introduced to the citizens of Tallaharsee and i j favored, and he hopes that a continuation of the same
Shop, where he willhave have done all kinds of They are not
the who has
annum.Advert'semeuU. [ surrounding country by undersigned row will be granted himu.lie recommended
not rnrked with the number of Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, nnd gExhibitiiijr Plantation work Horse shoeing, and Carriagework in I (the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincimty for i will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all

insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged at a glance every Counter- aecordingly. feit in Oircu'ation !f 2 patch. examine these articles and the recommendation* of I line of business. A full assortment of She t Iron,

Qg Certificates of publication of lopal or estate Arranged so adnurab'y, that REFERENCE is jE Novembers, IMS. 44 the persons who have used them to be convinced that i Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pumps, I Cure-alls, but simply for

notices will not be given uutil the advertising fee is AS Y and DETECTION g Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, .. thev are the best, most simple and economical niticlef i and a great many other articles too numerous to men
paid. INSTANTANEOUS >r the purpose ever offered to the public. They can (ion. what their name
tiT* No Index to examine No papcs to hunt CQ For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. f Le used by the most uns-kilful person without the TO BUILDERS. pur--

But and that th Zfi r I] Subscriber has just received u tlighteet risk of failure Tin
BLACKSMITHING up 6 Merchant, Banker and Business Men can sell al* H 9.: very large supply of Carriages, j c.r Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing Pipes Ac., nil of which he promises to do in the most ports.The
t a Glance.; 03 -Buggies, and Harness, which he offers full nnd reliable directions for pulling up fruits 1 work-man-like ronnntr and etvle, and of the best material VERMIFUGE for
rp of BROKAVT AJL for sale on the most reasonable turns. and tomatoes in these Cans, plncin? the whole process on shortest notice and! most reasonable terms ,

FITTS having licen dissolved It has; taken vca'.s to make pci feet tliis O November 18. 1854. 40 conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper. Having been engaged for the lat eight years in expelling Worms
A of these Cans will be
constantly kept
notifies his large supply
iHKlersigucd I business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend >
iu store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should
old customers aud the public generally, that he has j ; himself further) to the public as regards the human
made arrangements with D. C. Wilson, by whiih ha The urgent necessity f>r ouch n. WOT k has lo-ig i--j Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. apply immediately, as the fruit sensou is near at hand.j : his capabilities ns a any mechanic, but at the same time he system, has
take the formerly occupied by him. under the be MI felt bf Comincicial men. It ha* beew jmbJ J> j All Cans sold ere maJe by the undrr 'irned and war- him with call work and
shop VST received from New Yoik per baik R. H. Gamble i ranted WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor a good also been administered
firm of l'boj: to supply the call for Mich n Preventive M 7 cafe.
? a general assoitmont of tides in our lir.e, cheap prices.
H. B. Fitts & Co and neeil" but to be known to be Universally HHPationizfd. such a? Oils "f almost every kind, Burning }Fluid J M y3)lF5fr.) 22 : Having removed from the old otanJ formerly known with the
It docs than has l most
more ever been :it M found his stand satisfactory
; \\ bite Lead, Zinc and other p'ainK Window Olr.s uf : ns White it Slussor, be will be nt corner -
and is now prepare lo execute all weak done i in tcnjted by men. 3f It ileFeribes every Bank best quality, Putty. Bnithes, Potash h, Soda Spat kPn I Piano Fortes.T"E .- I of 200( fo(.t street, where be will be glad to wait

tbeiriine of business, viz : Note ii three lj..Tcrent Language, ( e1atinLonl'u Mustard, Fnnch Brandy (vuy !he.t,) t -. -' : are prepared to finnigh Finite I HI all his. fiiende. THOMAS WHITE. I results to various animals

Horse hori.tg, Ironing and Repairing EXGL1SH FKEXril AXD UEKVA*. for medicinal purpr*!-?, Spices, Pepper. Lemon'Syiup, ,r }Fortes of the very Lest quality, Drc. 1,18S5 48WILLIAM

,-," Carriages and Big f ) llius Eaclnn.iv: ra'1 l the same iu his own Name II1k !. Quinine, Peruvian Baik. Fluid Extract Burhu, upon the most liboral teims. subject to Worms.

riantilion work of \ $ T nguc.Trri.1 ; iliAc.: ., uud a general assortment of Popular Patent They nre sx-cor.d to none in any country either esto I I' SLUSSER,
gics, 1e rrp.r! ill be :tl.-mt 1* by -t'2 J : Meh&'UICVe kuep none but the very l best> a.l, 1 t quality or {>iioe.I'very The LIVER PILLS, for

firry discripfion, in bes. and will Contain the most IViftct flank J hope to merit "voi.r jutioiiago.i Instrument will hii" wnrrnntfd. Pt11L11LtE11Eteo: F1Lt.

Mill!! Irois and repairing saw, Ironing \Yagons Not List PiUi3icd.Together i iir-: NASh ticv. MILES NASH A CO. .MAMTACTVRKH: OF ('orPlm'l'IN AND SHEET the cure 'of LIVER COM.

and Jars, \ with the rate of Disoou'.t.! Mardi CO, l .r f.. 1 l-ebruarv2lS. 8cuiiiiiii IKON WAEI:, AViiotESALn AND RETAIL

and it. fact every other diEciiption of woik mad of Alo a List of 2 DEALIK: IN I'LAIN, FANCY AND JAI'ANiED PLAINT, all BILIOUS DE
Iron nnd Steel ill of which we WAESANT, and pledge All the Prirafe Hanker iu A inerjra.A Corn and Cob Crusher : WAKE.

ourselves to execute at the tbortett notice. G>)inpct! Sunrnary cfthc Fi'iancc of 1/jro0 / RANUEli'SpiUut Corn and Ucl> Ciuslier! I Il'S'I' received COO OCXCES Stilpli I Qtif tim RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD

H. B. riTTS.JebH.lS.'T. and Ameiica will be published in each ititi V I Inve taken thc) Agu.cy for the sale of tluse su C J Farr liraild, together with a zreat variety- Stoi-o Hcad-Qnnrterr

7 IT 'n: t&.zbcr will all the Iip: <.1a i news or the E l p i.v r C b C i-hi'r; u'ieiti.iled[ it is said to any in of pnrc Chemicals. AMES A LIVELY. : A!SPLENDID assortment of Cc kiug. Parlor ACHE, &C.Purchasers.
day. Also H i tli; C > ,.trv. A tt-x-k of tliese Ciusl.i'i0, will\\\ *non Aprils, 1850.; 14 I 4i.1 : rind Wood Stores, trinim'/d witL neatuesnSJ

Notice INTERESTING STORIES l.uid i. aIlvti'!:i C"ninir, Fall. Prices vry low c- tideiing {rie.it: Paving ii: feed. $45 fS't ?i5! each OiL : Out Doot \Vork.R'lofme. .
'TMIE:: ucier ijn''d l as male nuauczicx<: with IIi Fioman ('1J : etipt fouu-J in the ]!it. n>: I i I".r thise fizes. I'rici'S unifmn throughout the be
county. SUPERIOR article for Table Jut particular to ask for
3. Fitts t-. take obarga of hs: Blacksmith Shop co wLei<- cle t !,.-' loiini It i h.i ij"V' v t ap-; d }'r further pat tcT.ii*, call and rxamine for voursclves i A by AMES A t n-e.LIVELY.reecivd Ornamental front Heads, Guttering. Cop-
und r>?'( >, <*cd &ciciu! for the row jir.n, tl e ]i'! rMjasfr peartd ii prinr, nr.d pjnfshcs! the Mo t i \i :". h.'- & a'ock for urrices.I j.er bi 'l "Tin -riiluctinj Pif-es. Sheet Lad, Sheet
so euon un a sample Dr. C.
of his old custuiaers. I). C. WILSON.wF History vf QOXIESTAL r). LADD. __Aprils.I 2t>56.:____ 14i -- t Zinc, Lead Pipes, Pnteut Cistern Pumps. Shop work I I McLane's Celebrated -

1S57. T-ly S r Flower Jars. of every variety dtne at short notice.
11. ; 1 UFK I Ncwpmt, Jnlv !, io. 27 i VERMIFUGE
_" nnd IHoi- hums and
KVWrihc\ DENTISTEY. wl.ich the Ladies and Gentlemen: t>f that Count : White Pine Lumber. j i J V ze*. Just received nn i for sale by Are respectfully invited: to give me H call before put j LIVER PILLS

DR. T. J. OUR LEE, Lave been ei ofttn found. Tliese Stories Mill i? ;) iM FF.r.T White Pii' Lumber. assorted!, suitJ AMKr5\l LIVLI.Y.: chasing ekewlu-re. j prepared by

-V.TILL continue, in future, the practice of DEN continue tbruuehout thLole yosT, and will 0 > \ :Li!<'.0 1 >i r ('..t.inetlakeis! Su-h imd Blind !-!akeic I|r April : is.'.& 14 :$" N. B. All article! mannfactwd from the very !

\ f TISTRY, iu South Georgia, and Middle und prove the Most EHtertnicing ever offered to the i-r Joi:_ .rs Wosk.! N t oftfii such! a lot fur calehere. Lest material and warranted durable. No other artile
East Florida. He bis had several yeais practical experience ; Public. < McNAUGHT! ] ORMOND i (CO. India Rubber Belting4 -. will be offt-re'l f.ir sale. Q Mt'uy1 cxo1,.

in the profession, thj last three of which has : Fun.ished Weekly to Subscribers or.lv" at Sl : Nov. 8. '50.( 45 r| LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting, c f October 20, $55. 43

been in those sections of country. His work is of the ? r. year. All letteis mu t be addressed to M | J.\. two, three and four ply warranted fully equal SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh

most beautiful aud durable chaiacter and satisfaction j JOHN S. DVE. Broker, g 50,000 Havana Segars to Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper ; iu fact coniidered LIFE INSURANCE.

is guaranteed ia every iustacce. Publisher and Proprietor. 2 : by those who have tried them, tuperi to Leather THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pa. and take

All cornnvunicatioKS sent to Mon'icello. Fla, wil. 70 Wall Street. New Vok.O __i-.VLL persons iiiul thorn who l >ve to Miiokc with good SEGARS All HZO-S from 4 to 11 inches wide, constantly ACCl-MUI.ATI.D: CAPITAL,. . .$1,000,000. no
receive attention as 1003 as previous engaeacuta Mar.-li 5!!h. Ish7. 12-lv together Tmkish hand c
i iSsueS
and Spanish smoking TOBAC"O( at tl.> Dm/ on by fF HIS Company policies ou the lives of other as there are various
will permit. Newport, Oct. 13, ISSfi. 12i JL White for for the ,
Store of AMES ,fe LIvILv.Nt : persons one or mere years, or
-. ; period other -
) 20 ISr.o.:; 4S i Town Property for Sale. preparations now
E1FERECEs : Dividends declared to the insured on policies issued

Hoy. J. L. SEWAEB, 1 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. r IlE undersigned offers at private sale, the following : for life. before the public
Txomav1e, G.HoN. JOIN PEATOBIOITS described property, known a< Hex. P. E. LOVE, 1 PLINY FREHMIX. Actuary.-Moaama FRAXKUX, Pres'l
ri'ceivL-'l latjtjass'irfmentftierv
"JUST a \aiitty \ : Lots No*. 3, 25, 27, 30. 48. 140. 141. 142, 143, :
VT. S. DlLWOET!!. ) ** of c.'l"4 and quality, Window-P.ipeiinf plain :-g? Applications received iu Tallahassee) by td' be Vermifuge
tT T.- Moateuo, Fla. MERCHANT TAILOR : 141,226, 227. 2.15. 23'J,24H, 211, 242 243.: 244 245,
Kcv. E. HAMILTONCOL. ) and Bouleim suit all.dcIOUGALL. B. C. LEWIS.
tigurel. t<> January l',1S.56.
213, 21C, 250, 252, 25i: 251, 250,257.238. 25* *. nil
11o, .J. C. MCGIEE, Va uis.a' ..a.GEX. Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and ) A t HOBBY.j ni the original plan of the city Tallahassee. I and Liver Pills. All
B. C. Porn j- Geiitlerjen's t j \ I IT., Itsirt.: 1Ci I AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.1h1Euu1ersmgced. .
Furnbhinif Goods. : ALSO
M. WHIT SMITH. Al'wator, Fla. -
C.U'ITAL.. . . . .?5UO,000. others in comparison
N. B.-Da.Cut Lrr will Ije ia Q-'ncy dur.r.j tL -- -4.--- -- L'lls Ni'3. I 1. 2, 3, 1, f>, C, 7, in s. Cuunv; ir. ,

latter part 2557..fthe present week.17 I an imr wcir'tii" my Fall and TT7'T si;]>. i A. B. CLARKE, -AL5O- Agntof.-* fur the and above make Company insurance* with Dr. McLANE's are

April lily tff Cloth, Ccs. !. in the South i Cuti.ty qnam tet. FurnituieMerchandize worthless.
Notice.JJLTTERS Color Style and ; JL Good?, "uital-le for The above deciibi-d formeilv
Quality, 4 proprity bt-longed .Tanunrv: 10.185C. 3 B. C. LEWIS.
of administration liaxing been granted R. "p1 \ 5' \7. >1 ."? S T? to Gov. Brown. For farther iiifjimation and t*rmv.hieh -., The GENUINE McL ne's
the 1st day of June, A. I). 1*>57, by I K\ich I rn prepared to wake up in the r't I Ifiskitnablc L.J > jJ (Lu J i. p \\ ill be liberal apply[ to A. Perry maker, Es
ihe 11-ni. Judge of Probate far the county i.f L n, tliori notice e< .jri->!ii: in rat t of Fiei.-h and Knglith: Clotl.s, C.i'/1-! Atlomevat t I Law, Tjill.thas.-w. ) Otard Bnndv, Sparkling Cider, and Liver
State cf Fivriux c>n the estate .! Henrietta Man- tfyc, on u.< r< s't stings "f all colors, and of the li-t ] r.l CHARLES P. MANNING. OLD' Port, Old Port Juice, Vermifuge

Croon, decease J. hXint daughter cf the late Hardy AND REASONABLE TERMS itwljich }he is prepired to manufacture to order injj I Until sold, the above propeitv will be for r -nt. .Madura, Brandy Cherrie, Pills be had
B. Crcx>:n, all deb* and demands >f whatsoi-\ ija- ALSO- j the moet reasuuable terms ar.J in the mn-l I A. PERRY AMAKER.Fe I Sherry, Sardines, j can now at

. tare ijaintt the istate of thf sail Henrietta Mary: FASHIONABLE MANNER !>raiy: 1C. 1856. 7-tf I Spaikliny fJel.itine, Pieserved Quinces, ail
. I Croom, deceased, which shall mt tc exhibited to ir.eas A LARGE AMI WELL SCLIM'TEI) STOCK OF ; : Flavoring Extn.cts, Pean, j j respectable Drug

administrator afor by the sUtute cfthj Stttc cf Florida, ia saca READY-MADE CLOTHING Olives, i Stores.
Spanish ,
: ,t t PURE of th' celebrated Biands" lie Spices
case na3e and provided fchall fjrevcr afterward LcburreJ ConLtin of cvc-rr garment suitable fir wirrver, that will compare favorably wit), any stock! of Cl. thii FRESH CS.iik ti, C v it RuMiton'*. Corn Starch, Pickles, BRO'S
; and coUce, :s hereby given to nil credit( .=, sv'1j a? Cloak" Tuluias, Cor.ts. Vcs! Pant>, lc., ite, exhiUte 5 for this Worcestershire Sauce Salad 0.! FLEMING ,
41 >:r ever *;te IM city. ci>n-i'i'.in: of I IVrac.v! AMES 4 t LIVELY i iF.nirlieb
legatees, and persons c-tlcvj to distribution that 'bihi v.-iil be disposed of at low price. i "riiis Lhuk s.nd Coivd! Cloth and r'luck Ciit.1'auey .-. 'Apnis, i-r.-j. it Mustard, Capers, j 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
: their clanas and .inanJs will be barred at the
of the p rijd aforesaid, ir.d this u-'iice wil! Le Uu Hiirt Cravats. Stocks, lloji.-iy. iL-c.. tL-\ i Coat*. Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth AMES A LIVELY, j Sole Proprietors.

pleaded in bar thereof uuless exl 5bIH witLin the Tl ose dcsrii: r. tvi'nh ou-lt "will confu'.t their Black ar.I I y!.>rf d C utb, Beaver: and] ]Pilot! ( rtr- January 5, 1856. j SCO VIL AHEAD,
tase. GEORGE A. CROOM, Aiatr.T owninttretts by jrivhiij me a call, as all the aboi- iticksLave i- Sack Surtouts, I Rugs. I _____ Orl.
Charters St.
No. Ill ci.
.' been elected wish pre-t: caie. and with a FINE LOT Brmcses two and tl.rce Wo.1 l li I i
T llatfhin's Itl.tck auJ Fau<*y Dufokid a'.d Cr'irif I / ; Ply ORANGE SPRING General Wholesale for the Southtrn States, I
special new to ti1iraiiItaic.H to this market. agent
i \. Also f-v Wool amf
Pants, Carpeting. a pi.-c -* CLttorm
Notice October IS, 1E6. ly42GARDENTEEDSf" Best GretnJine. IbraJhca. Satin nii Cloth] Vi">t. 1 d l >., ciJ iiue; 1 Hearth Ilu." raid Dn:;;tt, f >r sale right Male & Female Seminars whom Sold all bv orders Ames must& Lively be addressed., E. Barnard, Jr., Mil!*

ETTrH rf sdnjiujslrauo-j Laviu been qratUdJLJ FniifV Velvet, Ci 5 iin- re, Sill and: C..siimcrc d.,., at D. LADD.I Nash tCo.* Tallahassee FL J. 3. M. Dtt'namQuincy
to ti.e on tie lEt day Juie, 1 557, by the Hon. Whit'e, Silk do., I Newport, Oct. 13. lSfi-. 42 rpIIE situation of this Institution i is sit vie of the < Gardner, t Mill ; W. T. Carpet
-L fini't in the and ; < Newport ;
Judge; of Pifbate fjr the oojr.tyf Leo1. State cfFl''riia. GROWTH OF 1S55. Gert-' Shawl-)!-cs'.ing Robo Unc Slilrts, Silk, fi Sulphur health.Springs It i-i of ountry, is tn tcri Co.. Watikeenab ; Mosely J t Pope. Madison
on the estate cf Williani Henry Crooni d]-- Cot tr easy access steam S.'PuJesten! Mticllo
Palmer i Bro. Monticello.
r: w-J! call the att-ution boat and few hours stn ,
\ of 'jr /iir.-! ail i a isig.
ssased, iht con <-f tl.e late ILuJy B. Croow, all Caiitu riai.iicl and Jam Dra-rcis.: Baltiell it WiJg
W. A Chnttahoochee
4h bts and dercan whaU'-'Cvcr nature agaioet the t T t'ipp:-ijiic jtii"ra'.ly to our present Larr e and SIX Month* after date( T ->hall pre ent my final ac- The Principal with the eaperience r>f twenty years. Rogers Co.. ; .
well sc-1'.ctfcil Assi-rtmc-ut of --tLS'O- and louchersto tIe! lion. Ju !5i2 of l'io- and aided h by a corps competent assistants will dt- on, Marianna ; Nicholson i Zeitfler. E&inlriifgt.Ga.D.
estate ofaai.i Wm. H Croota, tlcco.-ised: v LitL TLomaiYilUOn.
nry l ate s-f.JfiTi-rs.'ii eotinfv, vote hi* whole time tO the improvement of his H. Dickinson, Bainbridg ; E. Sciiai.
> ns executor cf the estato of pupils.
shall nvt be ci'uibilc-d to me as administrator afure FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. A prr. rsl a'-' rtmei.t cf Fancy iiid Black! Silk find t .
I ILo'iert IL .h nes. 1-: te <>f said county d'-ceascd, and J Tlie third session will commence Monday, January
ejud within two years as preset ibed b}* the Elat ;te of i S.Ui'i St'-oV", Tis aid Cr.-n.tN, ( 'l lhi!?. c<'lured nnd I I 21 1S57. '
the State of Florida ia such case made and provided, Our Seeds arc piocured from a Cold Climate, and white Ki and Hik! (Movts Buck ani 1 Li\c\ Thn ;..1 1do. a-k f r a i1ieLartc' fV"in said -iitniship. I 12,1557. For particulars ntl-lri'ss. February S-ly
c.>nscqjc-'oly vi.l i1tn! j,1i the )licttcr i ii! a warmer one.sueL 110BEKT D. JOHNSON, Kxfr.iirch I R. ANDERSON, Pnncirat.1S5G. .
baifed Ides (!tnititl '
eliall forever afterwaid Le ; and notice is bcreby friipvi; : 'r I.it.en, t..iii.'iilc and .Lxxi.os cfa JjlvelyTALLAHASSEE
given tw all cred.tor. lejate, and persons eutitled as f-ms. \ fj" Call caily; or enI 1 your orders. Silk Handkerchiefs, Bnr.i and! Fa.cv C./ttoii, Lisle 11, 77.: ; I 16rnPairbank's Nov. 29, ; -IsLumber.

tidisaibutiua, tat! their claims and demands that -M>U uav: utr.re the! varieties you dcsir>\ Thread and Maiino j Io.-c! ..1Ac., CALL AND FLORIDA,

will Le bain d it the txpiratioa of the pei iod afore.ii 1, AMES i Ll\ ELY.JaaIv BUY0tocr- f Ferry ] ms,2 Wholesale and Retail Dealert in
trJcss txLiblte.l within the are, anl this mticc will Cl l, >i". 5"I ) 13. ISH.l. 42 "1 "'E Lave on' hand Five or Six hundred Thut sari i
ITL'ATCD the icWkmeItivcr
c11 ou < near (the OcorO A DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
be pleaded in bar thereof.! ; ILo f rr.trly k'.ov. tla ;, i feit of p'd Stse'.NED: LV.MBEC, (>f every dis
j-'u ; us : Lynn Ferry, being
. GEORGE A. CROOM, Admfr.VLL THROUGH IN 48 HOURS Notice.c. ': n >w cLarti red amid well establiaLd ; aud Laving n j eription, which will be delivered in TalLhas low.- [ Perfumery, Dyestuff', Surgical Instruments,
.June C. -n Tho-e within:; Lumber cn: address us at Centreville. Snuff, Windows Ghus, Paint,.
.. IX monU.s after date, I shall preotnt mv final ae- | new and! excellent Ferry ]Boat ten feet wide and fifty Spices
'.: counts iud luuclieis ti> the Hun.Jud of Probate fet long ; being cornprtently r.nd!constantly attended", I Bills sawed at short notice. Oils, Vanishes Potty Manufactured Tolneco,

Notice.firm I<>r JtiT'-rsc'ii c.cntv. as admini' trator f>f tic! estate ofAvles j the iin'iursigr.cd w >uld pictiully inform all \\liowih A. R. COMBS A. CO. ( and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines,
pre kmnsdeuanJs a air.** thcrJ-l 'V yf B. Lord, late of Mid county, deceased, nnd ask lo ero-ft tlie Uiver that tin v can cross at Fair- Sept. 27, 1S5. 6'J) { Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pore Wines and Brandies-

._L Dujrgar, ocrcased. late Lc-oii c'mty. fyr a diichirtje: fix-in stil ailniiniitrat.r-hiip. I baud's Ferry nt all times with eue :md safety \\htth and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal,purr-cm,

at e notified lo present then to the trndertigned a I __ WM. II. LORD, AdmtV.A cr the water is lifclj" or low. Notice Garden Paint Brushes Seed,, Fine Fancy Havana Articles,

ininistritor within the time prpscribc.! by law, or Milton and Chattahoooh.c: pill 1157. 15 CW 1 .UAIIR1SON FAIRBANK. i OIX months after date, I will present to the lion They have recently received a Large Segars.and Fm\
will be barred and tfcrte iudcbted arc rcnu. s- Jan. "S
iLey 17.V.7.
; I O Probate Court of Leon county, my accounts and cf of articles
supply every variety usually kept by
ted toajakc jovniti.t imir.ediaiilv.] U. S. Mail Line Sails vouchers as Administrator: of the estate ef Matthew I dru? jwts- Planters and Physicians will always fad
JAMES DUGGAR. Mnt'r.Jty : J. Allen, deceased, and at the same time apply for a '
Dr. P. P. LEWIS at this establiahment a full supply everything
4, 07. i'7-6w -1 A A KEGS uswiteJ NAILS, frsftlc in lotf,
Scmi1Jiec,1i fh'.al ) hem the fui thcr administration of said
; \J\J tied, and on the roost liberal terms
CASH icJuced h'v
to puichr.5tis at price IVE-S: i.utice his fiiuuh and
patloi.o i estate. Ji. G. ALLEN. the
Notice.SIX Lrars Milton Tuesd'itfs and Friday's, nt 10 D.C. WILSON. Orders from Country promplj0filled and.atipfas
ii: '
that he is iu of
floW pisscs-i..n Feb. 14, 57. 7CrnAdministrator's with both
tion guaranteed, regard prices and quail
. w<-t-ks from 1 of Probate JiiRreou fr let- 'ha.'fahmcJ-ee. and Rvlnrday's Itt The extraction of 'JVcth. withoi.t -
Judge county, Tuesday's [irv'ducii.gj Notice. Also. Eppmni's compound fluid Extract of Bnchi
icrs f uJnmi uati-'U cu the ct late cf P. 11. Hogan, after the arrival of the Xlramcr frr.n Notice.cix j>.iin, by the aid of a local application, which consists Jan 5, 18516
icceaiJ1 late cf &bi id tvui.tv. ; in a pplyi'14 atm ailiileial fret zitg mixture to the pail.t inontha after date I will present to the lieu. Pro- .
ApalitchiroJa nnd the Hlagr from Tallahassee Months! aft.-r (date the undersigned .idtiiiiitratci : SIX i --
J.P.GRAXTHAM.July until fully bcnui'ibed. 2il. The immediafvinsertiou ofa Court of OadsJeu county, my account and
4,'57. 27CwNotice. J'Y/, and Bainbril e, Ga., .-, of the ectate of Lewis M. Saunders, deceased.Lite Tttnpt'iary Set, on Gutta Perch.i, which can be vouchers na admii
.i -_ _ _ _- IN GOOD TWO-IlORSi: hACK: ; uf Leon e-'untv, v ill made his final inhibit tu worn with comfort, and oa.e till the Gums are fully- of James IViuJexttr. ilecesuseil), and at the same time Sale about eleven hundred acres of land to

i; r Lic i is now ill first rate order lie whole the Judge of IVi'lutof said coiintv, and nsk to he ]reparcd fr a permanent Set ; then inserted on apply for a final discharge from the further administration FOR with a small farm and improvements,ao4
dischaged. .JCSEI'lI I B. [CM ULST1 K, AJtat'ris that Wautiful called continuous Guuif; which of said estate. HUDSON MUSE.I !
v.iil St<.c-k Las hen rw.ewed, vilh new and 1 coiuf.ir- I plan are will be sold at a bargain, inquire of
laoutLs after d.ite the
SIX ii1 their aceoonts aad, rouctivie uudttbigncd to the Honir-pre- j, i Hack. The Priveis ore careful sober and nCorflflodat.inr. Apiil :>l- 1t;-tm so much wom and ahuired, for beauty, strength, and Quincy, Jan. 17, '57. 3-Cm JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULL1T.Wakulla. .

iiV.e Judge of Piobate for the} c uuty t aik for a final Eettlemeiit and tii.-chxrpt iiom the a
? of the estate of Coinelius I3ng5! lats .f Mtv.: } Attachanent.i. <. Notice Joseph N. Whitner and t Ii Leon county, Insolvent Estate Notice.
P Damages, 5 Jt>
eaid co'jntdeceased, to law.JOICf AGENTS
accoidiug : Lvoline Hume, Williim Hume f
t E. S. Guilhud Sum Sworn ?181..1S.'TMIE ;
G. SMITH, 1 .. y.ilt.vi.lent; JAS. A. Ciiirri.-*, I Months after date, the undersigned will present and Jessie Hume, inf.ir.t heirs Middle Circuit.
Defend.int and all others interested herc- i
- \\X. H. GUNN, j < va, Ala.. W. D. MoMtoc, are final account and vouchers as ailinini.tr.tor onth" ofJese Hume, deceased. J
July 4. 1'157.Crn_ Caiiipbelton J. W. SMITH I by i.ntiSeil of tl!. 3 attachment, returnableto Full Term of the Court, IT T officio of the of David Woolf lats of
Marianna, \V. N3(H'L I county, and ask to be discharged. Whitner, Esq. that the said iofant defendants, ex estate
Notice.SIX and to appear and plead to the same. JOHN C. CRENSIIAW Admt'r. Jefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Probate
Chattabo( .htf D. (kiL.-o:(. Eveline Hume, William Hume and Jessie Home, re-
monUn after date the undrrsigned admit-irtra- Pascners i can b taken tlstough with ceitamtr JOHNVEST, Clerk. In light of hi* wife LEONORA P. CRt.va.AHw. side beyou the Jurisdiction of this Court, and beyond office of Jefferson county written suggestion thai

of the estate James V,. Strange, Jtced&e l, sscuritv" and with coiaf.irt. May 16, 57. 20-Sm _ March 14.57.Liverv. ll-6m the limits of this State, hot within the United States : he believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.
late of GaJsden county, will present bis final accounts GEO. I). FISHER. j It is ordered that said defendants appear and answer Thereupon, notice U given to all persons having
to the Judge cf Probate of said county end aek lo bodifchurged Proprietor and Coutiactor. New Books and Sale Stable the bill on or before the first Monday in October next, claims against said estate to appear tpd file the same
tlierefrom. May 957., 1 I-tf otherwise the Complainant's Bill shall be taken with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or before
received assortment of as
riTST a Lirga ,ff '"I'MIK undersigned gives no.L the 12th day of December next,-when there will
: flP'Li. I : ProviJtJ, That this order be published
coInhPriin tice that he has of the funds to
purchased be a p-o-rata be-locginjT
July 4. 1857. 27-6m Florida House. Standard WorLrt, Pioee, Poetry mid Roinauces i cuco a week for four months, immediately preceding
__ the Livt-rv SL'ib'o which
of. creditors thereof
_ said estate, amongst the : at
the sai.l rule in October
TL S Marshals Sale. ''pIIE HOUSE heretofore known as Baneioft'iJ, with and all thr Hildreth's recent United); States. William 11. Neweom in'1'aIlahmasee, together with the i' lished iu the City Jay Tallahassee., in some newspaper pub- time the said William H. Andrews will apply for his

.L the Georgia House," late Mc- good will of the establishment, and that he is nv final discharge from the administration of said e Uto.
rvcrn1 writs of fieri facias issued of the Dutch | Ordered at Chambers, this the twenty first day
Virtue of j Motley's History Republic just pub-i
P the business all its Inanchej, OHACI.Judge
B Baiu'e Hotel, will continue for the prepared to carry ou m i THOMAS J. .
open of A. D. 1857.
Tallahassee iu the lulled. May,
from the Clerks office, at j I
with accommodationsiu
and the ProbaU.
of promises public good
United States District Court, for the Northern District reception persons traveling by public i Allison's Continuation of the history of Europe, his I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. '
line reasonable terms. ,
March 7 67. 10 9mNotice.
Thomusx on -
through ille. It i is '
of Florida, wherein O. linyden tniikr the control ard of
4 t March snJ o'lurs and Emanuel M. management a Lady. i Abliott's amid Scott's Napoleon Theirs'
are plah.t/T, desiring genteel and coiufortable accommodations Bonaparte; N. B James T. Herring is mv duly authorized
Fral ifh is defendant I have levied and will French Revolution Gibbon's Rome Hume and Ma- Notice.IX
{ upon rely l.cr best'tMorts to plense.t"g ; ; agent, and has entire control of the business, repre .
for etilc at public to the highest LidJer may upon I cauley's England, 2fd and 4th volume Rolliu's Ancient
expose outcry Situated at the South end Jefferson St., ; seuting mo aa fully as if I was personally present. Months after date shall present final ac | months after date the undersigned wOlprs***
the first in next between the History Tlmlwall's Greece Ro'utson's works my SIX
on Monday August ; ; ; SA'UNDERS.
Thomnhville Geo.Mav :: accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Pre
Li counts vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro
liouis of ten und two o'clock. l before the Court-Loc&e Prescott's Fenlinaud and Isabella, Mexico, Peru,
1C '57. OSnMullet. Sep. 6, i85. 36 bate for the Qadsden and ask for & In*!
bate, of Leon county, ns executor of the estate of county
door! in the town of Qoincy Gadsdeti county, the fol- I Philip the 2nd nnd Miscellaneous; Russell's Modern
John Ccok, deceased, late of said county, and ask to settlement and discharge from the administratorship
lowing described twit I Hallam's Historical Works The Works of
property : one likely negro Europe; ; William Budd, Administrator of
of the estate of Wro. F.Larkins Ute Afutfeomtf
named aged about Levied Lord Bacon, Addison, Goldsmith Irving, Hcott, be discharged. THOS. J. ROBERTS Ext'r.April .
woman forty years. W. t* Miller, deceased,and in his deceased. THOMAS H. SCOTT, Adnfr.
upon as the property of said Einauuel M. Fra- ;-' BBLS. MULLET, fur sale nt a reduced price Dickens; Irvine's Life of Washington, Spaik's \Vnsh- own right and ID right of his wife, 18. 57. 16-6m Jan 24. '57. 4- m
lelgh and to be cold to satisfy said writs uf fi.'fa. ac- 1 f) by D. C. WILSON. ingtou arid Headley's Wnahln too; Chamber's Mis- a:* heirs at Law uf Elizabeth

cording ttf law. May 23. '67. 21 ctllaueous Writings iu 10 volumes library style ; Miller, deceased, In Chancery Circular Saws. 2 Notice.

:E. E. BLACKBURN. U. S. Marshal, Chamber's ek'pedia of American Literature, in 2 vs. p. In Madison Circuit TVrELCH A GRIFFITH'S, and HOE 4 GO'S

By JOHN G. SMITH, Deputv MaiL NEW CARRIAGE SHOP? volumes, just issued, containing nn account of the John L. Miller, Administrator, of Court. T T Ciicular Sews, from 42 to 64 inches size, et>nbtantly A LL persons having demands against the estate of
.July 4.7._27WiNotice. literature of our country from its discovery to the present t Elizabeth Miller, deceased, Alexander for bale at a coJQmission on manufacturer' X James Hazxard. .late of Gadsden county deceased -
; r ijj undersigned begs leave to inform the tciti.1. day. with u Memoir of the Authors and extracts P. Miller, Thomas J. prices by D. LAUD. will tako notice that they most present them

zens of Tallahassee and vincimty. that be has [I- from their writings. The best book of the kind exi Miller, Elizabeth C. Milller and Newport, December CO, 18 6. 51 lo the undersigned duly *authenticated within the Has

HAVE this day associated 'with} me in the mrrcantile opened a carriage shop in this place joining i tauLSimm's Win. J, Miller. prescribed bylaw,or this notice will be plead in bar

I busine* my Nephew, LAFAYK'ITE H Brokaw's Livery Stables i'I Border Stories and Revolutionary Romanccs IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that fn Leon Circuit Court. of their recovery ; and all person'indebted to said
KIRKSEY.Tbe in sets ; Statesman's Manual; History of the JL Alexander P. Miller Thomas J. Miller, Elizabeth estate rfr hereby notified tu mak immediate payment

business therefore will be conducted hereafter in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groncr, Republic; Webstci's and Calhouu's Work's, complete, C. Miller aod Wm. J. Miller, are non-residents of the Daniel K. Granger and James thereof to the undenigaed.w .

under the name and style James Kirkaey t Nephew where baja prepared to dp all kinds of work iu his in 6 volumes. f State of Florida : B. Gamble, late partners, In attachment. JAMES M.SMrTH. Shit and

and for the prosperity of the New House, I bespeak Hue, nt the shortest notice and on the most Blank Books and StJitioncry Letter, Cap, Legal It is therefore ordered, that said defendants appear trading, JLc., as Granger & Sum sworn to {275. ex officic Adat'rJune

( a continuance of tlie patronage: heretofore on the REASONABLE TERMS, and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with and to and answer, plead or demur to said Bill, on or before Gamble, 17. Damages, boo.Thomas 6,'5& 22wNotice._
Old House so liberallr bestowed by jny friends and without handles; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Yibit- the first Monday in November next, otherwise V8
the community generally. JAMES KIRKSEY. such as carriage painting and trimming; making new log nod Playing Cards; Ledgers Journals, Day- the Bill shall be taken as confessed against them. P. Randolph. .

Ju'y' 117.' 27 buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Having Books, Records and PaM-Bcoks, and every article And it is further ordered, That a copy of this order IHE Defendant, and all otler> persona interested eaialejol
2 -_ procured a first rate usually found in our biifiness. be published in a printed in Tallahassee __. are hereby notified of the institution of the above A LL persons havmg demaada against the

Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Nov. 15. 48 McDOUGALL & HOBBT.S Florida, once n newspaper week for four Mojilhv "Passed suit by attachment, and are required to appear and ; > ; Sander,.:lale.pC OpAad.si-moat tooaty.
deceased will take notIce that they pw
Chambeis this 8lh plead to the declaration filed therein. fi
at day June 1857.
ALL person* baring demaoo* gainst th. estate ct from New York The undersigned is prepared to do Notice J. COUNCIL A. BRYAN Cl'k. them to the trndenirad ,dnlj. aotiiMjUaUd wttitadl
W. Dewitt, deceased late of Jefferson this kind of work as well and ia the latest style, u it Juce 13, '57. 24 ApriU, 1857. 14-4tn the tim Hpr .cnrjeTwuor this oei *
county. tr*-iwti/it/ >d to protntthemo| the undersigned caii be done at the Xortb.. IX.Months after date the undersigned administra -4m plead ia hv ol their ion ydfl-IIfl '

admjnittrator within the tim. pteseril ed by law, or All those wbo have tbis kiud of "work to do, and trix of the estate of Chailes S. Sibley, deceased, RubberPackmg. dotted to said esUU are h rb? trtti c.J tP"

they trilU>. barred ; and aIt.jndbttidarerequcted wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give :Iate of Gadsden county, will pieacnt her final account Burning. Fluid mediate payment thereof(a the nndei ,
tcxoikepwmeatiftimwSifelf; satisfaction, would do wrll to call to the Judge of Probate of said countv. and atk to ba I N Ill A Rubber Packing of all tbicknsms, from 3- OF i SUPERIOR QUALITY.ju t-r emed and

JAME3" W. tWITT, AdmtVJfilt paVM.. KUHN3. ''discharged.MARY D. I';. SJBJ'BY. Adtrfx. .1. 1 Ifi 4 to J inch, constantly e>n hand at D. LADD.Nerrpoit for sale by AMES & LIVELY.Jiwmary .

4/47. -4w 3Iay57. IS Juno 2(', 67 C56ra *? Ott t 15,180(5.( 4J 31, 1E5T. li June *, '67. SI 8

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