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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 18, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JULY 18, 1857. VOL. IX--NO. 29. .


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Frcrz tIlt tIOtfl7iO'4 t"nioi. sion of it at the polls. A constitution not I are cut by the line of State boundary, part in FroM the,S etr YiSAS NEWS.-Kansas dates to the, 3d

{;O" Walker and the South. ., subjected to that test, no matter what it con. I' Kansas, pait Missouri ; her citizens meetus UTAH. population) that polygamy; appears power. p inst., are received. A Democratic Contention -

We !Jiavc witnessedvitl unfeigned icgret : tains, will never be acknowledged by its opponents in dally inteicourse ; and that Kansas The Kali flake Country-Peculiarities: fifth? j ful an institution to the Mormons and a logical maj at Leccmpton on th)3d inst.-

iiL '" which Dearly the whole southern to anything but a fraud. A plausible : should become hostile to Missouri: an asylumi i Lake Haw .Vttc Wires :i necessitiy: of all nevr society. It is thus, Judge Elmore presided. Ex-Governor Kan-
pi -Brigham Young- *
:i io has received and treated the inaugural color might be given to this assertion i I for her fugitive slaves, or ;i prol} .;and. -t of Sealed" to Men already jlarricdAn sny they, that; patriarchal! societwas form-d. torn of 1 icbignV as nominated for Ccn.

djtc re?ss ef Gov. Walker, of Kansas. From i by the argument that the members the ; abolition treason, would be alike inexpedient I aro interesting Description. The Lr. tel'.Day Saints ,support and defend : greifl, by a two-thirds vote, our the Hou. Eli

opposition we ld'' convention could have no motive for refusingto i and unjust; and fatal to the continuance of thi'tnecives by the authority of the first and i Moore. S. ,
"know-nothing
the 4.-iv J l 1 Aspect But it is pre.-s rather more I, submit tlu'ir work to their coirstituents! ;j the American Union. In any event, then, I II !i Mr. Gfiillardet ii publishing! In the ParisI I by the example oi.braham,1aasc; and Jacob. i A resolution indorsing the policy of*Gov.

serious lltib; to see ;i at the 1 democratic presses i I except a consciousness that tho majority I I trust that the constitution! (Kansas will contain I I t Press R remarkable series of Studies; of the That which is :less easily to be understoodis Walker and expressing A determination to

hy no nt'at.s unanimous in the view they j i would condemn it.e confess that w"a I: such cla-ises as will forever secure to thoi j United States," and a late number Is devoted :I the voluntary return of the feminine sex to su;:port him, was adopted. _

are should find some dilBculty in answering this. State of Missouri the faithful of this ancient community : are -
tike of.i3! conduct It is a still more 5m&rJsiii i I pcrfohnance I to a consideration Moniionhm as it exists rt'im'n.'f'S TnSsMirroLE F.A.x'
WILD CAT"
What other m-/tivo could they have ? all constitutional fed. | not wanting however, in tha bosom of Mormon DJKATH OF *
that! democratic State i guarantees, not only by
two
-, : fact con- ; j a1 Great Salt Lak& Sohie of the descrip-
-one in Georgia, and one in l\IIS .IS- : We do most devoutly believe that, unless I I eral, but by State authority, and the supremacy i society.But : WARRI08. Istter.to the SanAntonio
have
\tfTsuuriS ll't:1n\ strong;exception to certain : the constitution of Kansas be submitted to a within cur limits of the authority cf the I lions of scenery and Mormon customs !: nature will carry thomS.. seme- Texan, dated Laredo, TelI, May

Ippi-; e.fws:: : in hO'\: Walker's inaugural l :d.J' direct vote' of tho people, thei unhappy con I Supreme Court of time United States on all i i not before I been given. M. Gnillaroet: starts ti'iieg.nnd the households do not always ex- 2o, eays :

exT': I which has heretofore that I ;1 with sketch of the of the Morj hib'.t the most perfect stale of domestic hart
cris.. ::( Georgia convention goes further: troversy raged in constilutioual Questions be firmly rrtaUish- om: a history ; ; You bate doubtless learned before this'

nnd conco'cs:! Its censure by expressing the 1 11df Territory: will bo-prolonged' for an indefinite I cd:'. j mos, and then! passes to an account of the: t mony. A few months since jealousy and rebellion i reaches you that Wild Cat." the Semincls

time to c me.0 are I.'quHy'H conv;+ I s\ huio t.i'n: liiczc anti had extended to S'ich ton alarming de-
: ced -
? l ,J l'l: I
eoni-
will be removed. It is naturalaooci paz |
!
; irit i'j' I i Sat! LaUp country. Wn translate : chief who gave tho United States so muoltttwnblc ;
thut the will of the majority; wIther! it the of them into short grpp fmf! tI}hh proithef} resolved) to stifle the ? I
: nten-
: pes meaning s I .... _
> > *-n'! l''s state of things should : .lfordi. i j I:1: Lake is j'tunted; botvecn the50:1: : and Hei ii -'O'U.7 ( J n witl f.rtm
t.? fur or against slavery, will finally tiiumph! ces they amount to tis The oftltI germs cf anarch by a vignroHVtavaaure.
north- : q'"Etion; : of his ,! fell victims to the
malicious people
of to ,
small-pox.
ruoJ'dt''il: pleasure 1 I -3id (11' r't'sorLlI( : lati;?"'!il', r.rjd is not Irss convoked Jill the 'H'nof Deseret n id fhj- !
it he after of strif.1 disastrous has : i \ .
though may years very always boon, and always will: L>.', I ,
iiboaioiits' as well as to southern knowr.r.b.s. i : than ) miles h lenrtii from IWth tlf f So'ith!
uit 1 '
trn: rifled. them tint I IIH ha i cU-cMed: to c.xpl ;
!hunt t'in r.T.-j I Inve ', to the best interests: of thy! country, : settled by certain: \\i\va of Nature: : ; which: aie! to t : 'b'u !here I fn, between two tailorssaid
: Tr-y coups, : a varying iiiicilh f-o::: 5 to ,"I;) mil--0.! I Its
Ti'V.i-Ml: : interest in pulling: down r.nd ti'ions! it in-.y be, to the! peace and; i above' all h-imaii: JegL-lali-n.: : I P'tl.ose laws IJri ; nil thosj who CM-l-I !WIt! ifaign thanist-lvea: to dandy Zit public: : table where a couple of
oj.iKm I i-levation: above iht} Guli'c.f; ; :Mrvc; live in u--'Jijiit with! the rJlm-
s-ifi't: of l L:1t''ho11 Union.Agr.in Nature bliall Kansas perfect j.; c ) :; seated bad
i tailors who be-
which defends tSi constitution : so operate; up n :: as t. young were just
e.J.; : :.: feet and it forms the bottom of vast basin,
.z-.i : a
; ion their husband draired thm to n&i'ici.ttuwith. :
This movement of te! territorialauthorities'to 1 make her '
: : a free .State, all legislation in the g.iu bu-ilcu for tlu-msvlvts. Truo, was
:' t.: )"'I" .'..",. I turroumied: by mcuntaitij) ; .>,OUO or {;,OOO fed : said: I.e to
S J form a constitution! : is mad, other direction will be vain. This rather Brigham Young was ready the and
reply
1 .Mr. : was wo are now beginners, can
Ttis CO"which we arc quits serejJuar.u I' :j IJi( h. Pai t of the hai.ks and bottom of the
with; his and he
not in the regular way in pursuance of hncn.blinpr expressing: a truiSm than making ai: commence own wives, -trnve orljr: afford to keep between ns.'
this ouegoose
will: take in with argu
J : :! dealing i Lake are composed ft rocks and salt spring8, :
j th--tn : f"iivn days! for retlechoi! .
and only
authorizing cf The
I mcnt. }
CoigresS: propriety, however, and timeli I --
,-'L h:1iJ .'i' affair: is a very plain on?. His and th.aters nated with
lrrutin.ly imp'-c
; but on the mere motion of the teni'oria! leu- i lIes of uttering! such a trui-m then and therr, j i I It \-al. iii! the month of .September last that S NATCKALIZATIOA. Irishman who had

rath i Ia so i.'t :rly marked out principle I i i1at'w'! its-11. it has been and | a saline substance t so that cvapoiation shows 1 the prophet his choice to thi-ur! p.iul Iii bee reduced shadow
: Nay, begun 1 are subjects on which we alum : nothing ai'd: ptu : to a mere by a sever
's yJsiesr-.sn: : with the t'lOUEandlh part of : i 33 in 100 of salt while the of
b water
r4 :t s cani'-U' > :J i in! ,the toelh of a refusal by Congress S deny nothing. We ara too far a.id parta i we have not heard of t the tUpoitbticn; t of the illness, was asked by his physician what he
::'s tardily could not iui: to see it.rFJ.t I away I the sea shows only 4 parts in 100. The waters :Mormon l.tdii-s it i in p-ohaule! they have '
I
to pass -l1cht11 act. This irregularity know too little of the circumstances thojiglit of a future stale. Ah I docthor/
iJ''o'Ul.. iifully turn aside from what !he i of Salt! Lake therefore! of
I I v. are an extraordinary -
I is not fatal. There arc other cases in which which: he was surrounded, to bo a > made up their uiiiuU! to be orderly and obe- : was the answer, 0 i It makes no diiIt'reucelei ii
d slander his competent j
V knows t.i lit l his tisJ.j on I density. No fish can live there,
: it overlooked But it be waived : i dieut. ain't left life of for the devil
think wu- can only i judge of his conduct! in .1 matter so mice i enough rue t
;caarscts-r; v "iSeh we his worst enemy I i I and the }borders of the Lake are sicrile.- '
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: consideration of the kct that the peoplehav as this.But 1 I naturalize: iio how !
', enccgh to utter. He \\illnoi;: : in this} accursed Lake I i it Rebuke. ,
:is :io ? ? j Happily:: there n : A Severe, but Merited ,
their will ;
i ? expressed in unmistakable Ian. ;I there are certain:: comideraiunshilm; I I \ --
!: forfeit th: <' high plae to which his past life : narrow leading to another Ltke: ,
: g'.sage.: If we dispense with ha legal forms 1 will! insure ( :Walker a just: if not a kind p".ss.iLra l Rev. Wm. R.Ig r, who being 5'ivlted to i Political 1 Movement.
t .:.:.:lc5 l.i.n i iu the history of his country bya"a S cJied; Utah: ((the name '.f an In-lian tribe,)
ajt: oi i treachery; to tin1 principles which I proceeding we must have: the substance. I juugmext: from evefimirumin'kd. :: man, eispecially the lovel of which is I 300 feet above} t'sosurfs.c" I R'JdiTs the city authorities of Boston and : The Whig General Co'nmitfe of New
I
cs-rried hit into office. The American peo- We think, for these reasons, that Gov.; in the South. A m suih rn riat: hn.iEfclf : ; of the f .st. II _' water !nl.th I L-iko fiu-ir felluw-citizvtis on the 4th of July, took 1 York, have held a meeting and measures are
Walker 1 in advocating a tuhmisi-'ou! of the ;: : he has: }been: a uniform and i.-t''iit,
ple were ever; safer than they are at this!: t coris> j i is drinkable, *V."*.h and limpid. The richness occasion to display his Black Republican ; in for a re-rganization of the
I constitution to a vote cf the p*?oplo, acted i i cliampion' of soathf-rn J rights. 'I"IH'l'xtJ'L'IIl'"t: progress part
mOl: upon
or : t.Chid .Magistrate. Lak'-s caused I'righiifi! : Young to resolve ,
The-Georgia: resolutions assail Gorllk- : 0'ily line of policy which promises: to settle Huchanan: for I the hight-st place in ln> cabi-! j!I on settling the :'mi Morions this ipot. up-lie to do his own printing, and pass his own election. An address to tho Whigi cftht*

this vexed question cither: rightly or satisfactorily. I I net. lie i If, hcsSx""s, an aide, far-seer:' :n1,! resolutions! ; of j thanks the authorities declined ;
er twpoints : 1. lie advocated the s b- I thought, with wisdom: that it was better for city Stat is soon to be circulated.

ms' ton cf'the constitution to lliircct'o d)of In this respect; at least he has done s.igacious: Elalfsm, as little I likely! as r.uy! i i him to ;JC'corle exclusive master of thU great : t>> d i > cither. Sarv'd him 'I"- I!

nothing worthy of death or bonds. I ether in the! country to inpl.-: himself on a I Things Wise and Otherwise.j .
and 2. lIe furnished i basin where the! distance and offered
the peoj-lt ; arguments nature !
the!
The Boeton Po4 following sped-
!, But who! are the! pjopls I What shall be the : point of mere prudent1?. This! ; !i'im' mi:!litraisj : gives i -
-S i in favor making Kansas a free State. OnJ3h 1.'rtm thr.n to Call-
an impretrnablj: ees, to .
have qualifications: of a voter on the constitution: i a presumption that 1 he nritbt.r did; I lurrm:: ; [ go ; men of his ger.'ms, f airiutism, and gentleaian1 i A dentist presented! bill for the tenth time
f. wh.-n it concs: (a Ij3 hmiLcJr I answer : nor ir.tcndfd: any to southern! intm-sls. But 1. : I to a iSi-h skinflint. It strikes me," .said the
courte-y
record and :here. of .die, ; j
vd-ish vt: propose to now i goIJ. s The resemblance! of! Salt "
that this is fur tl.o convention: to settle.- I whon in; addition this "
we J-ce, to tl1. he isactively marble latter, dint this isl pretty round bill. -
friends When are lifting our : martyr
Wo do not und TStand our Georgia Lake to the DeJea could be presented asI : we
Tho:e who think flat the convention! might : co-opcraliiig with the democratic 1 Ye," replied tho dentist l'\ e teut it rcundI
slaveholder
to in.j fault with the general doctrine that party I a Pro\idential) design, and an indication of to Lis niche on Bunker Hill!, the ,

the i is of Kansas have the power to de- ; declare the constitution in full force by virtue I in Kansa: including all the o.slavery | the place wheie, the New Jerusalem should i who forced the fugitl.e: slave bill down our I enough to make it appear so, arid I hare
1i i : of their own will can hardly deny that; they men! in the Territory ; \hen we 1 find his whole j called to it ."
throats is introduced with comphinmentaryflunkeyismri get tqcare
ci J.J the question of slavery for themselvesbv I 1! l be founded. The colony chose a position .
: might append to it a condition requiring: it to course sustained by the slaverv I
: :mEerng: in their constitution whatever S I be first ; the If I pro presses { extremely advantageous, upon, the strait between in the very shadow of the awful !i What difference is there between a prince
there when
approved by people. they can ; we hear "whatever
no
i I r*i\", ::',:1 on that subject they: think\ 1 popor.Tuib do this thr.can. also say what clas=es of I from the whence complaint; the two Lakes, and founded there the i place and we listened to his haughty-toned" I and n peasant? No more than between two

: is a proposition which, no man can deny j shall b3 counted as being part of persons the I come, if there quarter were complaint for it ought to ;! city of Jt-sfni a name which signifies bee commonplaces with respectful patience. ,! b'ricks made of the came clay ; only ono is .

i ::J cl!t Ltmself% a. democrat or a friend of : people. The convention that formed the federal I Constrained to think any that cause the we and are I hive" in tho pretended"Reformed Egyptian" This disgusting language was aimed at U. ,I placed upon a turret, nnd the other at the
Georgia
t tli-e-ri.-titulion: : : and laws. It was the JShibboliih : constitution exercised this power when I Mississippi democracy have pronounced their I I language. The aspect presetted by this :i S. Senator Mason Virginia, who was pres- j!I bottom of a well.

< of the party in the canvass of IS5CS i they referred it to their constituents, (the judgment rather hastily. t young city is \eiy picturesque. It is divided i emit, and at the Hon. Robert Winthrop of ;i In the County of Norfolk, a lady has six

'- 'i? it 'n-d been in many a contest befoie! that. : States,) and prescribed that their approbation! i I Governor Walker is a southern man ; he !! into inclosun-twenty quarters The houses, each forming built a sepa- !! Boston, "hit seems, had made a conipli- "I I j"IBons, each of horn is six feet four inches tall.

I: was inbodU-d: in the compromismeasures should be given or withheld by Stats has been administration iiled- rale are adobes, I She the she drew them out
conveni"son sent out
S i bv an says way no was
f i30 ; it was made pan: of thw KNthraka ancg : =. The constitution of sub- I or .brirks dried in tho pun.: are o/ilv/ a "Ion' 1 mentarv allusion to him in an introductory- I r i- .% C'I u" I I I .
Virginia was gee to the uelence ot southern rights lie is | F
bill itself it incorporated in high, and are surrounded by gardens. The speech j hint for short friends.
v.as
: ; our fl
i mitted to the votes of enfranchised
i surrounded I
,
men by by a corps of officers, most of I
'" the candidates of ) springs which descend the mountains flowin : The coming before 'ihe Board of
question
Cincinnati
.c : platform ; the convention for the first t time. Of coars'c them from the South and If them who
I every one ( J little rivulets into the gardens and streets. There is a man in Algeirs tells such H
.'.i' pr.rty were pledged to it ; the speakers the Kansas convention will sec that everyproper I| sound national men ; he was instructed to t The stores and eh-jrant. The I Aldermen, of passing the usual vote of thanksfor good stories, that his friends laY that it is : I
and are numerous
for it
I a.d; writers of the party }pleaded the ; guard is thrown around the legal voter, ;, regard the territorial iUthol lea as legal, and i State house is 90)() by 40 feet.: The town is I :Mr, Alger'a address, nnd requesting a copy dangerous to walk with him In the forests
.' masses ,
;i. \ ; unanimously the adopted Besides by all this, and that his LOlla fide intention to remain in sustain them against the rebellion of the! Topeka protected by a fortified inclosure, and the : for the pressAlderman- for all the hyenas come round him to

"ftht? narty at polls. the Territory is tested by a previous residence abolitionists he is acting in concert ; : .
; laugh.A
Court hav established! it the! number of inhabitants is about 30,000. Tho I Frost spoke briefly hut earnestly .
:uo Supreme: r.s of sufficient should that the with the friends of the South and !
length.r
e :
S : .'.. of the land by demonstrating tLat the make say !: gallantly i i neighboring! country is highly cultivated, and in opposition to the tendering of thanks to certain gallant editor thinks whan sin
qualifications required to a legal voter fighting their enemies \"e cannot !help but.
f deciding the subject of slavery' returns with usury the products which arc j Mr. Alger, for he was not entitled to the complimentary gle gentleman cannot pass a clothes-line without S
: o'er ( upon i
under the constitution, ought to entitle an in- think that: 'ich' a man so sent, so insiiuc'ed i I The waterfall
it. between the the
exist eke.fven ; confided to > consideration of city government counting all the long stockings, it ia a
i-ies
not anywhere ; hibitant: to vote it-for or against its : so surrounded, and so acting, is entitled to i j
upon
if we had not these overwhelming :, i Lakes is utilized for turning numerous' mills.: i I if he i uproved an opportunity' afforded sign he ought to get married and the sooner.
comfort and aid from the South I
adoption.But sympathy ,
jiii.hori'ies to back us-if it were proper to In fact, this colony is a now and striking examp'.a J by the anniversary of our national birth to the better. .
there is another accusation against the i whenever they can he given wi'.h a conscientious i
of the creative and of Poll
: directing genius i throw in the faces of peopK parties
reargue upon original principles a question 4 of Kansas. He has the free titith. With such battle Men of seldom diffuse
Governor argued regard to a power are wordy or ;
be the of the such' sentiments -
assented which secerns to privilege Anglo j meeting on a common ground,
that has been Prilled by Congress, ', State side of the question. We quote all that raging in his front, it was harsh and ungra forth bis they indulge not iu the decorative trappings
Saxon race. ; those avowed, and put own
sol-
to I by the people, and sanctioned by the of the which tliis: it cious this fire his ; as of rhetoric but few bold masterstrokes
part inaugural on charge to open on rear. Bm-iham is of fear of : by a ,
tribunal The Prophet, Young, a man peculiar views when there was no a
(:.111 judirinenfof highest judicial I based. Here it is : ;. t about fort.tho'ea.. ofage. ol sta did feel! towards Mr. I give determined expression to the essential
; ordinary reply. He not unkindly
in tie worlJ-&till we think it would renuro ,\r.dlct me ask you, what possible! good KISSI'GT TIII: C'1TIII: LOl'lCoT I IY fine : and central idea to which all minor thoughtsand
and ture, and of a corpulence, as becomes Alger, but thought it proper that the city government .
but little: dhletic skill to show the: justice has been in Con- .-.-Friends are in the habit of warmly i subcrdinate.--.BAicATcexxf.
accomplished by agitating
husband of wives. He in. .
could I tho .sixty enjoys should! let the subject pass-thereby I
.ecE- sitJ of it so plainly that no one in conflicts the 1 greeting their acquaint inccs the arrival
and
gress presidential slavery upon iluence without limit and the Mormons believe i dutand their whole It is
do their
it who has to know his I they would aggravating see a good looking .
i deny sense enough ? Has it slave of passenger trains at this as well as at all
cmincipatcd tingle
a
question : in his infallibility, as they did in that t of I dot". man: wrestling with your wife in a watt:.
hand from his l left.
the other
right station houses. It
was only day
their condi'ion \ Has it made I
The contrary doctrine is the exclusive Or improved State free where otherwise a i i that a gentleman: rushed through 'I his predecessor, Joe Smith lie is a man of Alderman Wigthman said! lie could not endorse without having the-j>rivilege of going np and

single slavery j young much intelligence. In te: intercourse of : the oration and he wou'd never sacrifice tightening his cravat.
property of our northern anti-slavery oppoHants. ; would have existed ? Has it accelerated the crowd toward a lady seized her hand, and
ordinary life, lll i is sociable, conversable, jovial i his own respect by voting to have it printed )
If Kansas shall come to Congress slavery from the more north | gave IK r a hearty kiss, the smaelc of which Never ridicule sacred things, or what oth.
disappearance and loves fun but when lie
assumes thanks its author. Then
even, ; or to give to
and ask for admission with a constitution em of the slaveholding States/ or accomplished : sounded above-we were going to say the his Pontifical functions, he takes another I for his attack Senator ers may esteem as such, however absurd they I

; made in pursuance of legal' authority not in- J any practical good whatever No, my feli i d'ng ofdongs ; }bat it's enough to state that character becomes intolerant and fanatic was no excuse Mr.upon Everett and may appear to be. '
coasibtent: with the fundamental law of the 1 1t the startled lass hard who Mason, or nttempis! to vilify
a by,
county !
but evil has rerort
I low-citizens nothing unmitigated ] I
-, and sows in the heart of: those who are \1 r. Winthrop-men whose names would livelong All that we have above our necessities we
Union.and her own people, all exclaimed her fcller"1as Josh !
approved by t to
t aboli- already en The : -
sound will saadmit her. ; what airth's the keers? I
men on -
for the future as a consequence on geway "
tioniits alone would: throw her constitution impending I'ravitlenrr 'ost.Crir the GtuUiles.; !. These germs fructify only I He was expected to carry out vi-ws of the of trustees for the really destitute. Few, like

the of this agitation. too much, for nothing seems too bad to be Declaration of Independence ; as it was, his the charitable and distinguished Dr. Uebtr-
back into her face if its provisions on .
There is a law more powerful than the pern.ilted to believers against those who do I oration insulted the body }by whom he3! ton, are "ashamed of dj-ing shamefully
subject of slavery did not pleise them. They than I The attacks of the slanderer arc like
of
legislation man-more potent passion "
If their faith. In imitation of rich.
not partake ( in'ilt'r as the subject so thread bare: that
"You have
done would say to her people : or prejudice-that must ultimately determinethe i the bits of mud dashed on you by a passing I Icart. Mussu'.inen'! the Latter-Day Saints haveno I he must give utterance to hackneyed abolition 11,
made constitution which suits own >i For a fit of Despondency-Look the.
a your of slavery this it is : on
location country ; If rub them off than SCH'U'h' The
wants and wishes, but we have other views, i j the isothermal line it is the law of the thermometer you attempt to you I right to more 8. I ( sentiments ol the Garrisonian stamp for good things which God baa given you i ia this

and we are your masters. You must disregard ; latitude; or altitude, regulating il' leave a stain ; let them dry, and they are ea- I Prophet can have more of them. I and hour, when he knew that every political world and promised yon in the next
We the of the
following description in Tremont
q'role t was represented Temple by
and conform wholly 1 1I Eli effaced. party
your" own opinions wH'o believe that climate, labor, and productions, and as a ) II I I multiplication of nuptials fioin the Seer, published men who desired to exchtnge sentiments that For a fit of Doubt, Perplexity, and Fur-

to onrg. Those sincerely I I consequence, profit and lo.s. Thus, even Orson Pratt. The following is radical which
to speak thushave no reason RETORTS FEMIXIXI:.-Harper for May I by Apostle! ; day of a common national brotherhood. He a cure, may
Congress ought upon the mountain heights of the tropics ila- The man having already one wife, arid de- ; hoped the board would not endorse it. be relied on, for it is from the Gut Physician -

for it but tho insane hatred and prejudice :I! wry can no more exist than in northern latitudes rakes up the Iowillg : ; oil otis of taking another, has no right to ask The question (on re-consideration f O that -" Cast thy burden on the Lord, andh S

r.gainst southern men with which they arc because it i is unprofitable, being unsuited A in the town of A- in England: : I "
: girl :: any one in marriage until he has received a I I the orator's name could be inserted with oth. will sustain- thee. :1
saturated from the to the toe. i :
crown : time constitution of that sable race formed admiration '
; to whose matter general i 1'.1 !
beauty rcvciati'-n" the 1 If i
1'011I.IOU on : subject. t
: parties receiving tJank5)) was then taken, The
take the er : Home Journal
\\1111\lr. Buchanan, in event, gives the best definition
any :: transplanted hero fron the equatorial heats ofi I and discussion, in passing a group of i this rrvYlation interdicts the marriage, it canI I I
I and tin board Alderman! refused to thank of" "
he be
Will have
I
abolition side of this question i Africa. Why is :.I that in the Union slavery officers in the street, heard: one of them exclaim I take If it it the beauty" we yet seen : Beauty
found arraying his .power and influence South ?II I not place.' approves man Mr. Alger: or pin his orion by an almost i iI I dear reader, is the woman we love, whatevershe
the North and
i recedes from progesses to his fellows, By Heaven, sh<;'s pain : their adjross-fs !'limseff to the :! of the
and I parents unanimous VOte : "
against bis own sense of right, and duty, I i Is it this same great climate law now operating ted." Yes sir, awl and the young -
I I
against justice, reason the law, constitution for or against slavery in Kansas ? If, or. officer acknowledged the force of the rebuke i' S
tYould he lend his brow to the I! I fol'e:111 these events take place, it is the Nay; 'fe Alderman! rt.'wstes. Dingley,Frost, Happiness is not ia a cottage nor a. palace
the elevated of Kansas to !
hame with which such an act must Llacken I, plains stretching and apologizf-d. duty of the husband to consult his fir .t wife, Hatch James, Nute, P,'irce, Rich and Wightman. i no: in riches, nor in poverty, nor in learning
j the base of our American Alps-the Rocky A think of this sort told to
it forever! Would he sell the mighty spaceof II very good was nnd to obtain her consent to his second nuptials I nor in ignorance, nor passive life ; bat in do.
] mountains-and including their eastern crest us scarcely a month ago, and which occurred with tho 21th I
hu large honors" for anything that his I in conformity paragraph I Absent-Alderman Cam icr and Summer. ing right from right motives.
]i crowned with perpetual snow, from which j on our side of Jordan. One day during of the Revelation.Vhen! the day chosen

weak and impotent enemies have to offer ?- sweep over her open prairies those chilling I the last winter the }lovely Arabella Rico was for the ceremony of the marriage has arrived II The Boston Post says : Those wlu think that in order to dress

No ; tLe democracy of the whole him country and, i! blasts, reducing the average range of the I promenading the fashionable street! of M-. the husband and his wife, and also the new *' Tho expressions against the abolition well it is necessary to dross eitravsgantlv

North and South, have been true to thermometer here to a nearly as dressed the tone of this speech, heard in conversation,
I temperature Two elegantly representatives of bride, with all their respective relations, assemble I grandly, make a great mistake. Nothing swell
he will be true to them.U' : low as that of New England, should render moustache school came meeting her, and one together in some place agreed upon. j are loud and deep ; and it is to he hoped that becomes true feminine beauty as simpli.
e repeat that the constitution of Kansas here because unsuited the well timed rebuke of the author of it will
unprofitable exclaimed
tlavery of them involuntarily just as they Tho President, who is prophet, pastor, and j city.
must come (roW the people Kansas. Other constitution of tho' I not be without good results hereafter. It is ,
to the tropical negro race passed, By Jove what a magnificent bust. I revealer over all the Church, and who alone j -

power to make sack ac instrument there i is "ihe law above referred to must ultimately determine And best of it is," quickly replied she, hol'ls the keys of authority in this solemn j I time that fanatics should know that they can- Tnt ELOQUENCE OF QSE VOTE._Ciihens

- none under heaven. that question here, and can no more I ', it's old Rice, and no rnHwi.,"-Edg field Ad. I ordinance, (so it is written in the second and not give insult with impunity. For years an should not only' mind i that they vote early :

But the Georgia convention, without denying be controlled by tbe legislation of man than vertiser. fifth of the Revelation Marriage (j opponent of abolitionism has hardly been but vhat

this great principle, seems to think any other moral or physical law of the Al!- paragraphs tho husband, wife,upon and brideto I! ablo to attend the celebration of a literary or they vote. As' an illustration of the
,) requests
that the constitution of Kansas ought not to mighty. Especially must this law operate In Cork, a shorl time ago, the crier of the arise, which they do, facing the President; I religious or national occason, without being importance of observing this,maxim, the following .

be submitted to a direct vote of the people with irresistible fo -cc in this country, where court endeavored to disperse the crowd by the wife standing to the left cf her husband, | insulted by just such partizan stuffas abounds is told as having,recently happened at

in their primary capacity.. We admit that the number of slaves is limited, and cannot exclaiming, All blackguards that isn't and the bride to his right Tho President i i in this oration ; and most generally utteredby Pittsburgh. A voter ran up as the polls were

this is not in all cases a sine qua non. It is be increased by importation, where many millions ye himself the wife Do I some one of the cloth.
I. then addresses) : you near cloiing, and in his hurry, numbered and
the 1"
fair be circumstance lands lawyers, quit court "A few such sharp rebukes-the sharper
if their
a presumption ( no of acres of sugar and cotton are consent to give this woman to your husbandas I his 'which'
dropped defined
to repel it) that a convention of dele still uncultivated, and, from the e'er.augrnen. It is suggested that woman, and not her his legitimate wife for time and eternity? 1 because of their perfect justness-as this per. ticket his political

gates chosen by the people will act in accordance ting demand, exceeding the supply, the priceof wrongs, should be re-dressod ; for that beauty Manifest your-intention by placing her right formances received at tho table, and now has proclivities as those congenial to a third ..pat

with the will of their constituents. those great staples has nearly doubled, demanding like real estate, is to be valued only hand in the right hand of your husband received at the hands of the board of" alder. ty only -a reguUroutaidec._ : Here it la s

When, therefore, there is no serious dispute.pon vastly more slave labor for their by the number of square feet enclosed, The right hands of the bridegroom and bride man, may work a wholesome reform. ".Dear ltf s. I cannot me you

th. constitution, either in the convention production. seems now a recognized principle of feminine being joined, the first wife then draws his at_ .. .this evening My wjf suctz

5- or among the people! ,.the power of the If, from the operation of these causes, faith. left arm under his right arm. The President (r::: Iron churches, seventy feet long, forty '

delegates ,may potit in operation. But slavery should not exist here, I trust it by no Mrs Partington says that where two then addresses himself to the husband : My 'I feet wide, and twenty" feel high, capable of i keep shady. .

nth is not the ease in Kansas. means follows that Kansas should become a hearts beat responsible to each other, and brother will, or do you take Sister as accommodating seven hundred persons, and Youri, affectionately n'. .

The most violent! straggle this country State controlled by the treason and fanaticism when they are mouldered together by early your legitimate wife, promising to be faithfulto costing about $ ,( each, have been erected _

ever saw, upon ,the molt important issue of abolition. She has, in any event, certain lovo and plenty of children, depend on it no all the laws, ordinances, aud practices of recently in the neighborhood of London.- SXOW.KT, Jrntx.-.L.tItgo upon .th.*ec

which the constkalion ito determine, has constitutional duties to perform to her istcrStates free love can do them harm with its bad this holy marriage in the presence of God They are lined wood,which, is covered with ord ala, part of the history of tjbi ia:exUOF-.
any
*>*!! going on there -for several jearsbetweeapartie and especially to her immediate neigh.0rtheilaveholding doctrines." and his angels !I" canvass and papered. They can be taken dinary soasoo, syttWO! wfgo, Tfefoj'thUsoow ; .
State Missouri.-.- other fell last eight in aficfwit qptofiiy to
so event balanced that both down and moved to locations if de.
] the Roman told phlegmatic Upon the affirmative of the bride be observe i orithVtidewifely. 'eathrtMr
4&na.tzto that State, by riv nnd rail When poet was by a response .ired. *
majority bostila great
S an4 to Through
so one a- business and the President puti the same to > ,. this This_ for .tWd *
JOber.that numerao lives have been lost in roads most flow to_a great extent ow trade friends to mind his own groom question morning. tne twenty day
meddle in other men's affairs, he made the bride, after which he declares them united fJu.neI! *
the and not to : ..
contest thete'cireorastanees,there and jnterourie,9Ur i imports exports. Some funny fellow says that happiness is .
immortal r amntand what. and recommends them to be fruitful, to I 'S S 'r
border the reply- am grow S
her
can nd.he jonh thing as ascertaining clearly, Oar:entire eastern front is upon of her; ever relates to Mlow-ereatures also and( multiply and fill the earth with th. jrpos- a pig with a slippery tail, which everybody Mr. Dubols !is so skeptical ( won'td
number
without my
doubt the will of the in ft mnMi.ssouricome a great : .
people
S
: hold
I touches t ritr. runs after, but nobody can believe even the reportof Clt.nan..
t zmny pray, except bv lh>Jr own 3 rect expres j citizens.; even the farms of the two StaiN I me.'.'l I



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_Ell :-In _lTutern Vtrgkif; From Kansas. The Exercises at wesi Point. [For the Floridian t JavrndL] W.smuoroe, July,6.-The sudden dece,.of Gov.

Thajer Tie exorcises at West-Point prior to the final examivation Laconic Extracts, From JonmthanDymond Marcy created hews;profound sensation. NoThtrd
journal.TALLAHASSEE $ Mr. Eli Thayer is still Vent, wiys the 1icAinond The intelligence from this Territory i ic to the 5th wcr.? very interesting. Wednesday and other. cou the event produce I ddeper Impression on tBo

South, upon carryirp out his ii.v.ne project to t bo- inst. At that ttme all vrns quiet. There va con- exorcises took place. A BT ILIAXD BROSXOIS public mind than among those who were so Ut.ly
the
l Ist week cavalry
litionize Yirgiuin. That is not all. It seems that M'eml'lc excitement aLout the murder of Lyle, hut : of cribes them Pttorosmos 2.-Political Power is rightfully exercised w Unease of his public labor Some public demon-

t L L A if A S S E E : his scheme i is meeting with decided approval and this was kept under by the examination of the mur- I letter in one of our exchanges thus tle about half of: only when it subserves the welfare of the stratioh of re pect for his memory is eminently dot
(fn the' dternoon at half-past four from the national government, as well as the
encouragement from certain "gentlemen of Virginia tlertr, then going on, but whioh was greatly [>rocintin.itecl the miduuting chx8 were drilled in the riding-hall, community. of tha Empire State government

SATCUD.4.Y, JULY 18, 1857. ," whose names are not published. These un- in consequence of the nnmbr if \\itnes- !- in tie presence of a large number of spectators.Thehall .- 1. The community hich has the right to withhold Time intelligent (o which I referred in my !inst

C- -- --- known persons iti-ist upon regarding Thayer's examinetl.. It was supposed that the case would i k new, and quite e-oinmodioubeingnbe political power, delegates it of course for its <>f the declared policy of the British government !<>

-. For &le ftl !h', offlce, a frw Copies of EErORTS oQ&.E4 movement in no other sense than a strictly business | not lie dosed before the end of the present week, i two hundred feet long by fifty wide, and which is far: the f-u- own advantage. If in any case its adtitntage is not tifijnire nn ware terntory on or near this continent
rgpd end JuJfcd in Ike Supreme Court r>f this I perior t<> anv riding accommodations is fully confirmed. It is the most important decla!
and then, if the accused s-hould l)>e ehnrfjed.it it which was
understand for
and to J Thereare two consulted then the object power
Bute, *l Terms held ISw*. organization, are puzzled Acscleiny hml prcvioti* to last year. ration, In connection with our relation with Gmt
how aiij body can object to the importation among | v.is apprehended that Jiidpre I.\m-li would lie enlied galleries erected fur the aoeo'iimodalion of the auilienec delegated is frustrated ; or. in simple words, the Britain, that has ever been made, and one that will

.. RET. P. J. Ann -was duly installed on lost i us of a colony of free Libe.rers from Yankee lom.- in to do his office ; and then the Black Republican* and they arc hardly n' ce.mmodiouR convenience. n- measure which doch not promote the public welfare go far to promote the amicable adjustment of such
tloir they might be, though they"are a great as are now pending between
utreju-t nc resolutely determined to protect questions the two
t lbath, B Piietcr of the Pre -yterian ( hurcbintLif They can see in it nothing to ex-cite npprehensit'iiand is not right: in relation to Central America. governments -

1act a1etri ; but, on the contraiy, think it ,will be | comrade fioin the ;inol at all hazards. They think "About half-post four the section to be drilled 2. It matters nothing whether the community The disclaimer of an intention te *cquir

very advantageous to the Stato, inasmuch n \\e { they have the majority in Leavenxvorth City, and appeared, equipped) for the exercUc, and mounted have delegated specially so much power for such j ditional territory in this hemisphere is, bow'ever any id-

Col. John C. Pelot. are much in need of a--i-tanco to develop our large j jrcomces aie bold in the avowal of their Intention to protect on a very fineltiel of he re-i ]>rovideel by the inititution. and! such purpose t the power being po eHed entail accompanied fwlth another declaration that the government '

We published in the last Jacksonville etrP, end elevate our Mate: from that abyss e>f the flun.I They first trotted around the rushed course round in the eibligation. Whether a Sovereign derives of Great Britain will not, with her sweat,
fast
double line, and then nt a gallop be excluded from the free ue of the
ccrrepe ndei.ce frr-ui tl't Navy Df-artnuiit] at Waliirgton potc-rt-nnd degradation iito tvl.icli she has he-en j I But, says; the St. Louis llipullican, the country the course liken whirlwind, until even the solid absolute authority by inheritance, or whether a j which Central America interoceaoiccommuuientie'ns affords. It

cxoctrntlng ILL ccttUjnan frcm '.1 ctr.ure cit by 11 vicious system of exclusion and impiu-it in.iv IIs well prepare itself fur a now convulsion, in stone building seemed to t>hnk<; to its foundation. President is intrusted with limited authority, the would be very bad policy on our part to attempt

in the ci cl arje of )his n the1 industry and tilcr.t of our tia- j the resistance1 to be offered l liv the flack! HepuMieans The wheeling! halt, forming in line nnd other movement and principle is the same. The obligation to employ i to engross these transits to the exclusion of other

Government Tlieinvcsti.rfitionl'y the 1).p9r1eItt.a live population. Front these indications it i is eielont to any attempt to collect the taxes le\itd for .licitc-d*, weiv"performed much atintirat ion.I' with. great accuracy } this power only for the public good is just n- real nation enduce And China the United to abandon States her, while endeavor.sng.to .

? inftitute'd iu c 'i.*<- juerce of the GrhtJ Jury tl.iit TLayer's ciiiissaiica are it ve>ik in "\\ cstcru L the support of the Tenitoiiel Government und? The next operation win a drill in firing and the and just as great in the one case as in the other. | will hardly undertake to adopt it for excluoiTstpoliey. thems'Jtt -

].rwntmc-rt junde in bt. Augustine in Mry last, { Yirghiia, and are endeavoring to di e-miuatc the law of the late (Jencral AsEtnibly. 'rIit-- iiiak abrc exercise-to the uninitiated a nmt novel and :t. The. Kniwian nnd! tho Turk have the same right It. was the firm 1eliefof the late Oov. Ms ,

which prcfcnUnott the Department !a3i is without j jfoundation. the idea among tlie people1, that they only meditate no coneenhnciit of their intention to resist the pay: interesting proceeding.! Al out !six ilt feet either ficiiithe side to require that the power of their rulers shall be that Great Britain was about to withdraw hers rev l/
wall, in the centre of the building,
and have dc the jiRiif of } tax \\hati-vtr. They perfectly inuKrt the in n great measure, from the affairs of this continent
peace-fcl initiation r.e ign? upon jiiiy were placed ptnwlardbearing 1 a resemblance1 to a employed for the public good as Englishman or and sek

-- institution e-f hverv. Thir oily object i is to .p-; ii'l each otlur and \\ iiI \\e>rk together. (lov I I gallow#, the arm of which extended over the space the American. 'I hey laity not be cble to assert this recent, declaration an *enlarged on the pert dominion of the In British Asia. The

The Atlantic and Central Railroad.We ply an achnovledge-d deficiency of labor and nt Vi'ulkcrlll' lie { I.ue l in a position A\hUh v 3comjH'l Iii t ween the fctandaid mid l the wall. (On) this i.im I riijht but that doc not ntFect Iu exi
have read, vltli both pleasure and interest, the =.u.ie tiin-. improve' (l. 5r eiwn ce'n
lithe Jackson Efpnllican. the prcKeeJingsoft up the wa-tc l.ir.d< aud redacir.g them to \\hU-h he has s\\oni he would ilo ; or he \sill h.ieto the this head were of placed a rider other pas-ing s-l.iiidard under*, it.with In head a line made with 4. When we look over the hi-tory of civilized Several land claims of t-rCat ,extent in California

lr.te luioting of f the trtcckhyldtrs of the! Atlantic cultivation. Mch] at le'a-t, is tl1 if imj.region sought I er.ve Jn and a. !ku-vjled-je his iiienjtfuity for t tii I.I I.> of .1it1I, 6iippoed to represent the heads of soldiers communities, it is found that a large proportion of have lately peen couG1.mI j to riTate inujiuavnnd ,
more are likely to be. Before the
U.
S.
*nJ Ctutral RcilroaJL The report t-f Dr. Baldwin, to W i>rc duoeel bj- the" e get1tinen ol Yirpniulio ," I i rrii\erinui.t: of KIC'I a pcoj lo, All Gov.I Wnlkv'sI waiting to have them ( lit olF. Further on wen the measures whwh arc trost prominent had little Court for California is now pending the Simonlon Dirtriet

the President, i* eor.cie and wtisfictory, d
most oJectually the featibit\-! the en- knave, mid arc holuing foiti! i.idm.-ci.ie-iit- him I ir.ned by any tLrv.it or foiiibinationsof thia kind, while v\lst. jo cloth rcpre-cnt rajon: the ground were on mpposc-d to be public good. In practice, it i# very often forgotten San FrancUe.o. !including the buildings and pnbli

tcqirise. It state* that for the frt ten miles from to put his plan in txecutioii.We and that he will cacite 1 lli law at sill hn/nrdt soldier 1 Ijing down, tr lug to get out of the reach for what purpose governments are instituted. works of the United States government.Tho .
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Jackconville, the <.o>l of jiradufttiou, cros* tie, trrstfcs ciii.not, for a moiiicui, imagine that suJi iui<- Jive or MX ttt'tkstillopcn the n 'W draria, and! of the sabre. The exerei-e e-nnt.ii'ted in riding fuii 5. Government* commonly trouble themselves Pr PCTatjan for vr against the l mInole

culverts, Ac., will le $- 3,31u-i, oranatage I reprosciit lious e-f the ol j j"t and designs of Th.iyer's 1 then we i-linl! 'cc which party gives \\ n7Jr. \ Aftcr'ri nislroundii
per mile of SiSUl.S.; : For the second ten miles the scheme can imi>ue upon the inti-115
Mflfl.nt 11 h of Yirjinia. They know Li? ruling motive I soldier- he rode furioii-ly bv him ; then, retnrnin his back toward* other countries and his face to- neuV.. W. TfMBU.t is here, enlisting men,

and for the third ten li.iks, fC .SlT.bt'', or .)..991.7JHT > I is to Alolitioni/.e Virginia, and that he thit.ks by 1 The AVji-hiiiirt'-n (-orrspund.t of the Richmond the pistol to tl.t- bolster, the sabre drawn l wards his ow n-just as th prope-r place for a land- r.nd A. PACOTI left on Monday for St. Augustins.
fr)t't m\f, Mr. Iuchanan! hn' jn.ulf no itcnt of hisdi'pk.'s with tlie rapidity of lightning nnd a stroke mad ali, enl'nting men fur> boat =>cnice, at the pay of
tuile Ilie agtrepjte cost for the first thirty tl.eP iU-1iUU? me ins giadually t-' uiitl -niiine- tliaiiistitution | hold r i< on his own estate and not on his neigl3_ $15 month. JAMES MICKI.CR
>!iteai ;Jnv>!ul ilily of Mr. Walker and tlm I fur the i.Hxt I ri.II. recovering in time to poi-f theabre. j per passed through out
niles; will be i 1 09, ::0.4?, ber.g an \ernge cf$?,-- > r-Lvrry.. IkjmblisJies in Mac-..K-.u-! siddrt !he ddivi nd in the TVrrito13" h and -is they la-hed by t jrratiiitous : i.a! -
C53.CI for thifc half of the ,a<=ianee, the most cxpenIvc ?etta a dec-bruJioii tf war :igiin.-t: sla\ery, ai.d ; I o:; I the p- ir.t. AU this is done with the- eonunijtion )- I C. Xo'donbt: the irrational syfctern of lUt thtj0- Democrat. .

part of the road the ht'avkt part of the work l.ojrt ; Lisaliint r.-scIuUoii!; tes attack: its tr&ntr- b2.-' v'hii'h hi- ''"- surrounii.l il Iintc1rit Ii difti- I of Irss time th.in if tak'- ; nia the
.
in Coluusbi.i from the Alacl.un frail eiiliinot alicltJi! 2 'o hi' oTcand: holly un- liliv a v. i-Si- exciting -(' The Mil rtM vent fa path Li.tntz.tzr or STAKEHOLDER.In the Superior
beinc County, htild. The ]. .ple- (-Yirjini-i clo r.e-t e-lje'.t to t i ueeescsrv. It i 1-- -ii-l! tl.at I'M- 1'rt-idtnt i-5 not di->- thfeii: the
I Ionel South
KiJtre to some two miles iVongf l pcitrJk iitid h-gitin.t. imiiriitior., and nil ord r- 1 srit.u I j I.c-''n night disjiuTi I..1.hail tin! -y b< e n aimed at would be, and yet it i is probahle that the most c-ffi- an opinion oa the qaestion-Can stakeholders! be
I
pood to n.ore i* iiiterpivtali n
<- St. Mary's River. Iv_ and: wejl-disj'Ofc-'l aettler* \vill cor-liuly! r<- I put siny on I I a mr.'i's: eye*: and the -tutrril: Lea'-> of the imagina- I cacious of inducing an.'ner made to refund mpney paid on the result of a race?
this ooi.diict of theM(; >VI-riior of Kan ji and i iai.iftu .\- way rovcniient to attend The cf the Court
cLare to the effect
f the 1:1st milts to Al- ived which c-oiiM was that
The estimatedul thirty cei\e'd and hovp'.t-.blv: ] trcat'-d. Hut \\edo i'i be1licvi j rv tol- 1- t-- rec-c- thiiinpiiiL's, only to it all
thai lie lould tM-ulpale lihnsc-hf vithioat re- luvc i-- n i-ndured by thesi.selve-s. lliinian rature! I proper Lusine"would, lie to attend t6j such wager were in this State illegal, and that th.
ligctoris 579,00?, vr en aw-rageof t'J.CSo.CO per i is blindor
that citizen of the Mate o
good
; ? any quiring jinyitive] ;i<,ti<>n of the admini-tnition. could not stand such usage, in the Irishman said, j our own. losing party could recover of the stakeholder If he
jaile. Tlie nrrregale: ooitthoi for grading, cbarir.gar.d false] te her true interests, and to the wftty and without fallin'T. 7. It i- not suflTu-if Considered indeed is was notified of their intention to recede frcm their
ntly nor
This i i- he whole tor.dition of the iniLroglio j
(
p-ubbhig trestle; and cuhirts, and fyr.r j.erinnenee e-f her eloi'ie-tio! in-titutior.s. a to make i I j i robabiy After a rather l-Ti thy cciJtinuan'-e of thi e.\-f-r- it kr iginal bargain at any time before he actually paid
snflicicTitly how
whole listance In readiness I at pr<"-i'iit. \V.' c.in apprcriate the very delic.ite and in > own, powerful ithe influence the If, however, he paid the "
<. >**-lie* for tIe to re- ovs-rturc-s to nn Abolitionol< \\hose avowed else the order was given to di-inount is money. over stakes
the rail], is S18S r,77.J.c. making .in .f -ny friliiiii>n t>f I the Pri--i.1.iit in thi* riutt r, when time than it takos to write the word, the whole j of upri htDCflS and candor in ennciliafincr the good to the wuner, before any such notice was received
eeve a\erage purjK i? to s ul.Veit ]Ki- |ij\--iit f-y-t iJ: of society.At offices of '.'ihe-r Real is withonti from the losers, then he cannot be held !
wet.Jl to mind the fact that he tent. Mr. Walk rto trooji was on terra nima. At the word' tinaihille, I ine-n. intethity not lialle. Tb.
is the cctv.alco.-t ol the
mile. This
$3,111.60 per the tf.n< tine ii I if. \vc-ll f'-r u* to W on our ; Kai.-as with : to n-ai.agefiffjiirsin th'M.imbl > linjre-rs worked bkilifnlly foraminuti I i its vo'itlier in the )hearts of e-thcre ; and they who question ii one of much interest in the sporting
pUti.-uy
.1k. llio <- of ling"r.- .riii lane* of of- powers lu\in' world.! -Boson Tournal.
( xpeii'-es jr.a > guard, rn-1 to keep u eve the !n <\ eincuts no.1Oiifl thft trool) stood bv hair LeirM1? '. a.
Miarp ujion -- - -
j I iQ.iijtain it treateil with confidence because it
hi* own *ul-jevt to no re.-triction from are
Oiecount lonOai..l .vay any lankt in of saddle. Atthui- word
f
ic<.ro. pay i> agents, on toilinfirent of the wily Pie-si.ltnt f theAmcriekii simple plate a
t-xp'-n-< of the Company J.' not incluuidin I qr.aittr. Tlie entire country Lad roiindencc) in mount,' ,ts many liead a' t there were dragoon? i-j; s-een that confidence can be safely reposed. FOND or A LOSE.-Place a Lone in the earth,
llomcste.i-l and Knjiuivtion Soei c-tv. 1lrnT tipaf- have been bobbincr in the air and finalIv '. In the last near the root of a and the vine will send
thie fl.i amc.nt of these I Cov.; Walker' patriotism and ability to di-ch.irge might seui 8. century, erar own country (England grape out
a'tbongb thejic-cisc
Ee'i treacherous foe.-, the < pie of Yirginia can settle the of firm bodies seated! I a leading root directly to the bone. In its
by
pv quietly on top 1',
hi d twell.. 1 1 iiuc'the d .teinination I of t lie ad- jtlie | ) wji' so Much of a liI01r-lelv. and hail involvI passage
accounts csiux>t iewbcdetcnnincd, yet from nrarcful re-t exere-ise too iiiuch e-uutie'u Jii .l \5gin.ee.! if I blanket- The previous -abre exereie w as '.Yien it will throw e>ut no fibres; but when it reaches

a} j>roxi.suiosi to the result, the Hoard i.- ut kst 1 hi. it beon I I.e safeid. fun-i-I i-nti'i not tO i-uOVi' hin1, not withstanding repented, and the claspioTedi*]>roli<- '- 'ivitloutr.uddhe 'I ed itself in such a multitude of tr aties and alliances the bone, the root will entirely covent with tie

warrant*. ia 1 "-\ inpr tliat tlas w ill b<; AS vI1! and we err. ---- --- i the t-.rinir iii.hisc rt lion that has marked a portion or stirrup awilh them, ami the c.-arecrow that it wan fo'rnd 1 believe, quite impossible tao' t delicate fibres, like lace, each one se'ekfoffa

j .-f hi. 1 fiu.'ii etmdiut. men recc-iv.d nether terrible 1eu1unieirI.I to fulfil e ne withmit, by that very net, violating pr.re of the bevne. On this bone, the via .will con
tinue feed
grace and ease with wbicb ctie e-las* rode, i another.y. to as long as nutriment remains to h*

iLh xt; dxame the realise :i lihtral rtsam.eralk'n.An 1 4th ir.-1., at tlie l.uiiigf the conur-t toe of the ** eliplayed throii ioiittho whole of the e.1 \- pas f through ----. 0'-
i JM Ytfunn ( I Ito ( ijlan .rintcd at New world with the lea-t and *
iii! kv.ljtuf tite on the riv .r, togeihcr w ili! I (lay JJ inan -.T, Tin- c'rtir. .-M the orca-io:; v aielclivcr'd paper j 1 Itil.ititiniere pn r.oune-d exceedingly creditable, ., annoyance the greatest A young mum of eighteen years'in prison
j \.i-k ) coir.e < ut in a -rriof able fditoriiil- ex- [ and an adequate resuV to the orou-'exf-rtion and! satisfaction, who confiiips his attention to its at Paris for theft, has made n wa'tch of straw.
proper
the Y.\vttrn ]Jitni1 r-f lhpwn
xtr.she i.roen'u? on ? i bv Ilev. Ilf.lii rt J. lrkiriridi! '
vTh 1 pii-itinii "f t!ha- UritHi! j-l.-n for i.iakin; <: Cuba, a rcirro woful soiling of w bite p.tr.ts necessarv to the op.- bn-ine ; that is. generally to his own. And who This little ma'terpiece will go for three honra with
? 3vr JXpoZ -, wt-ik-L' ps tc., l L.e 1.ei sex-u- 4 ct-rne-r tto- > nnl.ti'l! :sbe .1io-- uud/r jnri'-dictioii of JlijcrJcota.t
a I till the of
nations
ad at tb<- J.k'i.siie! t.-niiii.i:!', at a e.t of >lnTlie ,- i Tije.. N. V.'j--, -f t'. inclomi, (llj-nnd Master of tin : --- ---- can why experience should in pretty straw chain is attached to the whole. The
: > *\ };: Thl4: phn nakc the fate of Cr.ba ul jeet this respe-e-t, be t1itT-remit fn-ni that of individuals 1 instrumenti nn4 cmteriala the had
V> vl tite'C I'IOM KANTlit1 prisoner at his
piij.Jttxk to flri1ili \\ill arid policy, but leases the liiltifh Man i* not so very intractable a I b-lug, or so insensible command were Ivo needles, a pin, a little straw
Sintlerson! tb.e J.ew Prt.-i-K, acepanhd grand he-r.ors and eereiuc'iiics of tL > Order, to i.c.mlnat' 4 candidate' for ( .ingre..?, Tot t at 1-av.oinp- and thread.
j ; flovernnetit: fr. :n all rc-pou-ibilify fi r the outrflgc of the influence* of candor and justice. In
\\r Janes 3L Ikktr, Ts-j., has gone Xorth to ufgoliate whom the tte iiuncan.KS.J. ton op the 1<\ in-t. Judg* lllmore presidt d over the >

/> r ;iron, .'.iJ rw doubts are fntertiilD* l as to ]: ., in behalf of the Monument As-FO'iati.. < which its A'ii.r? ; wards i>,:.y i-oi.in.it on tLeliv !I bi>ily, nfon! lJanc .m, of Michitr.-'n, wa private life, he does not the mo-t ea-iTy guide the 2T" Johny, one bright evening, was standing by
I <->= p.'.,'] j/ropf rty oflln- whites '-r titizf n? of ci her I conduct of his neighbors, w Iu a-ames nn fmpcrion the window razing at the moon and stars, and afterIuokint
the fail accoirplisLnicr.t i.fL- .ii.n. Thi (fov inur of Kci.tui-ky, Senator Ciitti-ndc-i, i ti.'ir.inated by a t two-third vote 'vfr Hon. Eli
nation 1:.p.'l.i!id i- only tLjynafdt I I Yic* President John C. 1Jr -keiiridgc, Jas. 'iutLri'-} | Moe-rr. A rc-"oluti! ei.dor n* the policy of Govcruor I and said to his mother, who was sitting? bv him :-
.\ *. dortuaunr.In. .
c :'Iexlco. and a number cf dilingui-Led gentlcnicn were ('n Walkrr, r.nd opre ir. a teimination to Mamma, what are those bright little things in the
fcnr.try. jn-t at this t'iTv, i is attracting (J714l 4 iLc grc'tiinL i Lord i'abc-rtoii! }hrIJ.o,4--; to colotnze Tula r.j.d I Mipport l.ii.i, was adopt d. A it'solutjon to adopt Thf habitual consciuHstjtJ- on the part of H !ky V Are they the noon's little liliet fA.TRVC
j the 1'renrh a.d I lrth-ii A\Vit Ii.di..s w'.th I that its is
riJerttls atti.:5"i. The new Constitutional Oovrnr.iest jaa'isi government, or n Itgi-Iature, authority
i I the con-til ut ion to bf fi.irjied by the coiibtitutionalcoiiv .
j i* to g' into t-peratiou in a fhort time,an 1Gen. TJu pre.i"iar future and jianL-uir uttr.tv-lion of from Africa, giving them ]laijil: anil ptuteti tig thei.t 'iiti"i. whether it i ij tiiittcd to the possessed in order to make it an eiScienct guardian WoittN.-A young British efTcerVhe*
people mutilated and
ia battle
the ekv wj;? llc-i-rv <"lu's old famllv rri': >. 7rei.tc was disfigured reejn sted a
in their frtc e'ti/i -hij', 1 but nuking no and of the jrencral welfare and the
| iirrtir"iunfor promoter -
be fr.-t Pr iideiitlect
Coinonf-.it is ty the general
likely: I or r. t, 'vao lost by a vote e.f 40 yeas to 41 nays.- comrade to write to his betrothed in England and
< <1t<> him in i,33l-y thetzeTi <>f Newatk, tL'-sC two or tLrj Lur.di'.d t.o-ad! satisfaction, would ia.Juce a mild and
rc-tiMim.g more release her from
xl und'z it. Hh as Provisional the bridal Her
< j Isxcr Diej j Ue.-t/li'ti'/r.s wore pas-ed excluding all sectional distliiituin cngag-ment. orM -
X. J. It is soiwhat; j-ner th: manner eif the old j 1 rutal f'i.ba into another -ilintin < < of lntvju tl.fln that r-was worthy of a true Tell hlru
ucgrocfrotu converting COni ; .
Kn.iu-d the restriction of
tlierel]
is
tall-: to by ? ; u-l ; tl.c Ciri iiiiiati >.> au'l
y ___ ; J'l.ltl llH.
_ -- ----- --, --.* -.1- J &, '" ..,, .-'. I II + ._,. ..,.j. -a-. I -'. i/omingo, iv tue I i.iyo>ly c\l- nnlualle.ii of the which frequer.lvoitains.? I there ia enough of his body left to contain his soul.
Theorati<'-n af I hi* relic wc-ie, says the Cincinnati a-Huning: the ininu- of the National Democracy ifIvaniir I shall hold him to his
l.ilcIiifuet La I engagement.
_ cf treatiesith foreign power8 w e rd.izl -utn.: -:andu tans!
CMiitncfcuil, in binxulnr tasteIt was suriiic <:mbrricing DeiiMc rats from the XertK and
je <-tetion< -- .f in'eie-t 'ic illll jj.v Lecutuj iis 1"bit i'.n with .1 i-tartlins arrav ofofiieial dot-u- LAST. FAILMS.-It i* a rule of the General Land I -
>u.ted I by lofty white] plui e*. iuhoj aroused onLearscf Soiltli. A LADY OT OCt ACQCa1TLNC5,
_ tWe1 tLe I ri.1 Sa1ef .md &zd t i np- neut'-t1itt the tri et ol.ji-t .f thi.Iliitiah move --- Office, in the issuing of patents upon duplicate cer yir*. PowclI"No. 18 Stanton Street X.Tork.
aid de-ce-rated with and _
J4.d 13:2. ctir I>Iiitt in lle-xieo would le iuftrseteJ wa evergreen in.-i.t is to re-infoiv th nei'i-o jiopuLitioii, and diivc i !)>< R .\ -t or UMI.NE.NT AMEEKAV! Sfirc oak-Itr.f inlands, while a mar1 i le bu-t < f .r. Claywa and after Irving many remedies, aa advIsed! to DrLANES M'
io nttor.j t a n* <>uatie.n prior to ft change the; whitecoitiph] lely out vf ( 'th ba, o nto ii.akc recording: the death[ of the receiver' receipts, to transmit them to the local try .
.1.iriv.
fd'-te'He-d on the bat k ei.t, the neck and ho adonly ex-Secretary Celebrated LIver Pills, prepiu-eU by Fleming Bro*.
ii.j Govcnjnnr.t. e>r to a rvvoiutonlaIvl1! \\oulJ it. I in the Janvuii/e of a l l.iiemiubcrof t t Ii.- Ii-tihi; ; Pl.ilndclph'u Ti rat- rtiii.irks: ofllccs where the land was located or entered, for of P.ttsburzh. She dJ! and
> s<>, says thai with one box iba
ofanva Infiont.
rt:41.r it :n"re Jif .-Mit to vttr Jhc equestions..- appearing; through a strip Cabin t, "utterly wort hi1es- to the .initi-icnz.---- j It st >-7ns as if death hail found a banquet ftmono'rnuNr delivery upon the stiireniitr of the duplicate ; but r was ttUctuaUj1 cured.

To place the> fuljcct 4f the T. Liintepec Iran-it onr. inideof the eairiage, was a n-ce-nt ei.grav- Thliiitish I jin z I- oettJiinly I iruu-L ncc'ipied w-ith \ : spirits in the !a-t de-cade., Almo-4 all if the J'ljifiratt* are sent to the General Land Office InJifftatfom, *tppp'iy* cftji* Jfrnt,cottirtntst, a-td gmeralirrjtliiri -

r proper fcotiri f>r the intere"" of Jhi countrv, is lug "f Ilf nry flny in his old sre, in tie! "senate-, rer.reHJ.trd | planlor i iriiro.lueii i g aiinifof n.-\ rs fiM-i Africa I IiitoC.ul.i the Cleat and illu-trioii* nun who came into public the patents w ill be tran-mitt directly to the partys'rrxtlering !jcjtlult'\relr* at! deaes originatlag

as in one- of his b.fty flight* of j iior.- I j liltdurini; the iir t twenty-five years of the pre in the same praliflc cause, as U aUo that drc dfal se.ure,
e shatter of tl. p-ttte* moinrni. It vill h ra K and ll-c rah# r j-iti.ih un our lonlti i such duplicate,
.;_ njrtohc ate tlor-r.f-ncc. Won the froat teal, facing the i - ent 'ntury have 1 heen sintcn-d! away within that DVsPEI'SIA.: Th. -'< who are anT.cteJ: with any cf lh.
iipe, 1 tvI' IrAc Cflt. :: j'hte.1 fliha.15 ti'iTlie! : 1 li-l 'i% hit-h irumurv calls at t lie monici.t above trnnnie-rateJ diseases, may rest asureJ that the soarcwof
pallid bu-t. was th eM, i.ilit-trii.l and faithful I Iryi Asi.uie'\\ A'.RicrnfR u. Ivrif.-rTi: \y l.Yi.orc. [ A letter the St. Loins that! the
rie-Ifii.4.Mrci.3hoir <.i.-a lcrxitt.rv, \vill 1 he fe-iiiildable ia nuuJ'C-r.-, aiitl the ]lierotlr.lnzi'n wb.-re to IJepublieai says nil their malsuics U ia the Iiver.anl for 1U correction the

If e.'nr.j-lttei, i.r.J cvca wLn they fl-all Lc, the Lthir.can p.- ( of Mr. Clay, old Aaron Dtipreo) \ ]loi ened j Wehrc lad toi.arn that ti.c-g.-uiub pLyed in : :-r.: upon it wtr cor.=' -iiUor.: fur vat and j reeeiit! De-moTatic Nornli.ating conv cnticm in Kanas btt rem ly ett-r offered !. the pablic la Pr. M'tane'a Celbtatcd !*-

trsn-itfc will Le found to Le inoiciccsalile. Clay for near foity year?, and was v.5th him when j jhe our azriciiit ural isnph !.i -ntni.d ia1.jntj'-. act i varied ability, rir-t, in poii.t of time, is that of | ? wa e-ompo'-id ufa mnjority of pro-sLivery men, I Liver PUIs. Try tb m. The money rvninded If nol

_ Upi-n i .n change Mexican ijovtrr.niciit. it is v< died.: Mr. Clay gave Lii old t-crvaht Li" 151} erty, with nit uiiio-t uLivtroal 'ickn..wk-dgpu-j t in Lu- .Mm! Quincy Ada iri-, who died I in I 1.. 17 ; then follows I but that the whole Democratic party support Governor satstactory. .
r ry live with aid uid lLe tli"K:*-:it, IVlk, 1'lI-h'r. (_'nlhi.iuu, I lay, McDntlie. J3T" Purchasers wU be caretol to ask 6* DR. M'LASES
but Ltprtft r- to < r prot. c Tly; a Lite iu.ni.ka:., a tv th-5 Putt Of j Walker's and favor the submission of
rope. tt policy,
IUe Lat Lt l-c t.kin under :
po5s tocc Mep n.; 1 ) Story, Webster Kinsr, Wondburv, S i-jrciint, CELEBRATED VEJtMlFt'GE, laanofastured by. FL2in'.
ese-b. iuiliit KCCA n'fier.. prcxail ia Mexico. firtlr Ii .u vi' the fau.ily wLue cli-inguiche-d! head Lcwrvcd f."eco.t.-i5i.LitjaTir, intt'ru.ting! rq-rt of the aiy- j JJerricn. Clapton; Hill, Uurij.-ss, I Cheves and! Marcy.WJi.i the new Constitution to the people. The convention BKO of Fitt&nrgTL, Pt?. All oilier VerminigM In comp rU

tei delay z-n'1 < i.iL j r.dm op>7iii'jr rf the TeliuanItpcc *3 long, io sciking his fjilur.1 cla.\\L'.rc. rieuHuralhibitioD iccently 5icld at V5eni-i! we ; union 11O jMiwcT-, what politiiiil nat legal rc- adopted resylutiora excluding all sectional distinctions I ton are worthless. Pr. 3TLane" grr.nine Vermllnge, aIs'!

ro'tto Ajacilciu tra\-l an.l coniiiuree. Ifthi In thihe is et1tll4! -, f>.r in the Xe-ith he would betnatrd fnd :! at the e 1 ib'.lion of 151 h.a.l tIt] tfuct of i si-tr.-h: wiiat oratoriial skill I I and diplomatic[ t crudi and invited! Governor Walker to address his celebrated TJrcr Pills can now bo bad at all reipectabl
tionvhatwlse f.,re iuht :and wonderful experience drug ttortf. Aon _I cei'aM bemrdeJ agaiinft by ssisy fuithej treaty in far differe-nltt jl-j from that with whiehL I introducing Atii'-i iaii plou liP-either of American l.i\e l.en Io-t by their deaths U the nation !- the body, which he did with great effect. [2 3] FLEMING BEOS.of .

eiipuUilc&s, it would be highly desirablr. ThoSjtiit.i isgre-ete-d by his ohi ighborsi! who know him manufacture or coi.iitriiUed from Americbn r.ii>d'>l V"hit 1i will il, if ever, l>restored! i in the persons 4- -

a* the Eteadfa-t compaiiion of hi* master.LITE nnd minds of otheiVIVSCTAL SLAVES LIRER.tTEn.-Ci.I. Thon-us lute, aided by
An'ia iiiovcnunt in Mexico connected with: -very eteri-iv.Iv, both into Knirland and! }'rania..1 Thceting the Bible Society.

_ _- the contctnpi.ite-1 SpaniJi invasion, may iefi.lt] in a \%. analo infonned tint McCormii-k( rtnp<.r liarntt -- r- other citizens Jefferson county. Ya, set free eighty J2T"The Leon County Bible Society, auxiliary to the

revolution, in anticipation ofhieh It l>e \ i-r.tiM Euaoit.-Thie detail' e>f fr&ign news j with silmost.a* much fiiyr-r on the Continent ain = OF 1IJE LATE llo.v. WM. T* Mecy.- of their slaves on Thursday last. The Colonel, I Ian American Bible Society, win hold Its Annual! Meeting,In the

inny cry received by the Arabia are of intcu-. The dis- this One of these vaehines wa exhibitfil The funeral ceremonies of th<> ]late Hon. Win. L. the agent of the owners, accompanied them to Methodist Church In this city, on the Second sabbath ia
f this Government TvaUhful country. -
r to ke'-p a
nc'c"ary the exercises ka o'clock A.
t ,
August commencing Y
- pntc between ifpain arid M< xico ]looks \ cry thrat- by Count Otto Chotn! and elicited Marcy were solemni/ed at Albany. A procession Middlcburg. Ptk, when, handing each individual pst
,
I rye over our intrrcU ITt Me-\ico. t1'i.1unlitiedtonitrundatinn. M. A report will be presented by the Execative Committee
ut the time- and lia\e reliable in- ofinmifn-e length, comprised of the highest State forty dollars in and equipping them all with
Nothing has teen eaid of late in i ppard to Bending dung prufdt) we 1 hf rev rt .1Iier and mower aro j money and addresses delivered by the Parent Society's Agent, Rev.

!r a new >!Iinhte-r to 5IexieK, and it i; inferred fyrmation that theM< xie-an Knvoy was prepailigto peeially adapted: t.i the e.\tei ivo pf/m] of linnpary I and civic authoi hits, military coajanies, and numbt illieMcut clothing, they were set at liberty, with S. P. F.ichnrdMlnan4 others. let all Mends the cam
h reT di-tiiigufihed: citizens from till of th the chance of attend. By order of the Ex. Com.
:
parts
sLi.i
l Iiav. \Iith'il. In lYahe-e- the t-leclicns starving.
as wher" the ild intl.odf!.
: that Mr. IV-rsyth will be rt ind.. No foreign prc- by 1.nrveqirig, the
July 1$, 1557. K. L. T. BLAKE, Secretary.
eN'orti-d the
_. n, r< mums of thy illustrious de- -
ilimiter liae a more important and responsible \irtnly mmounet-d. Lad re-Milttil nlinokt holly in eipen=e of get!i rig 5i the crop i is imni' u.s.-, ar.d'reit t t
< tar d to their final; renting place. A BA-HFUL BRIDE.-A justice in Detroit recently
favor of the Go'.err.tmiit. Ih Bank
trust the time than this of JVaiic-i- loc ari. from tl-e HM lingout.f! tie! matured
at present pi-nt <*man.-- over j jgniin.
-o- *- j mairied a couple who had attained the of o:1MR.:: EDITOR:-Dous the favor to an-
Ere tlii*. it is to be presumed. In- rnsi-t Jimrecei had reduced its rate e-f 5nU'r<-tt. In England, tin* The l.rrr; part of tl.e improve d 1 agik-ultu- j The late Hon. W. L. Marcy leaves a widow, two ages
I eighty-seven and eighty-eight. The bride was nounes in your next issue,for the ofib of Sbnifffor the
ved lnstructicinsfioa in f. cotton supply jvie.-1 ion was attracting e'ontider.iblfattention. ral ma'-hincry vxl.il.itcd at Mer.nsi wen- of Arnmj j
Washington r r ;iice to FOU< and one daughter: to mourn his loss. Mr?. Marcy bashful, and reque-ted that the office door be closed county of Leon, at the ensuing election ia October
the of interests in Mexico., We have news from India, datd at ciin invention, especially the iri'v. rs. r.- r>, drills! .
present aipect our ; apt was un a i-it t > her w* cr in Uochcoter, her next Mr RICHARD 8AUNDERS.
Calcutta on the 18th, Madra2f.th, and Ii .iibay of and hor'-e-rolkr.. to keep out spectators during the performance of ,
Intelligence from spainIiow a that more troops laughter \vis with eli'3 friend* in Troyrand! the MANY VOTERS.
the ceremonies.
the 27th e-f The in the Uc-nrral ---_ = a-_ --
May. mutiny native
I aretojje tlo'patchvd to Cube, fur &mie-e in tl.e"Mciricnti tuo 5iiiivere away, ono in the U. S. Navy and the
(3itOfl.! The number which army had progrcsseel to a fearful extent.Three .- \\IHT IT CM-T.-The Itailroad celebration: ut St | other in California LOOSING ; The Boston well OMit.. EDITOR :-Do us the favor to
Xpt lately ar- at the time of Mr. ihire-'s: death.Mr. GITILTT. Pose remarks
I E nvexl in the fleet WPS only fourteen hundic-d. If it regiment were in open rcAoll at Meerut, but Ix.n"Heo-t-lir: I > 9': *.f which the city pays (M5.rC ,-- M.'s only surviving brother is now residing nt that nothing can be more absurd than the idea that announce in your next issur, for re-election for the
;: 71. Thai adirs 1'oim ida of
I be supposed that Santa Auna, with two or three hii\ lug been dispe-rM-d by European tronp, thfyfUd Our mny fume i the old family' Mansion in Stoiirbriilgc, ifi. "looking guilty" 'proves guilt. An honest man office of Tar Aiccsaor and Collector, for the oo nt/

thousand SpanSs-h troops, should land nt Y<-ra Cmr, to Delhi, and having been joined by thte<- the annuint of uuz/lir.g that wits done we -rive me --+ *-- charged with crime i is much more likely to blush of Leon, at the ensuing October elecijoa, Mr. L. C.

i and there be joined by as htrge a force cf his adliccnts either regimi-nts, thy took poFMon of the cityriroei11.l item fur wnnes Jilon<-. -which is put down at nearly Bftbie*, alivcand kicking, sern to be lying around at the accusation than the real offender, who is generally DEMILLY. Respectfully,
12'J: up ts
ti r>Tid tlu- -oa of (lie late Mogul inipiroras Philadelphia as plentifully MAST VOTERS.
ttill the SUC4-C56 oTf the expedition would \\.f prepared for the event, and has his face
from thVeBt t to the Ea-t with eelebrations
very doubtfuL The $jiamtJi ckmcut in the oont"tti'oiild King, after having committed many murders Three were picked up by the police on Monday, ready made for the e'ccaslon. The very thought of ----b- WE are authorized and requested to
ia Uohh'Mire nnd New York.
be an ob taele to Santa Anna's f tu-e-e-Fs. 'Jtc\ and '.iit r8L'( !. Government tremps were be-ing ron- PhiljilIphia within the spuie of foiirjiour) *. two of which were being su pected for any thing criminal will bring

Indians who constitute the chie-f part nf the Mexican ( 47 rated around I>elii.! The depree of Doctor of To TELL CJooii- JA.aJi.-If you desire to be certain bite nnd the other black. A cradle for each tta the blood to an innocent man's cheek in nine easesout. announce LEMUEL JONES, as a candidate for Tax
Assessor and Collector of Leon at the Eltc-
niilitcryforre, Jiav< a deadly auimoelty against j I :Law- had been conferird upon Mini-ter Dalian! byie that your cgg-> arc good and frefch put them in water lion house is-proposed- -ty the .papera. of ten: The most guilty looking person we tion ia October next. county,

_ *vhe Spaniard*. It f is hardly probable" that Santa Oxford UnJv *>riy.( ; if the buts turn up they are not fre'-h. This is Interesting Gunpowder Experiment. ever saw was a man arrested for stealing a horse-

AnnaAvould be able to rc-acli the eifyof Me\ie-o, ifho an infallible rule to dlttiiigui&h! a good egg from n The following i is from the Druggists' Circular, which turned out to be his own property f

thonjrh; if he did, h weinld probably enjoy at L-ot ImrnT.tNr.ThcVahiington currcpoiader.t bad one. published in New York : = Jt1u ctfistnttnt.Savannah .
I New York Journal of Commerce telegraphs the U. S. SENATOR Is ALABAMA.-We find in the Alabama
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( temporary triarrjih.VJILIE i will with In his seventh lecture, at the Smithsonian Institute n characteristic letter from Jno. Anthony
following to that paper : Uussia unite A Bo rcr PF IJvvt *. .Tliere were arrested in papers -
-, Dr. lie-id described the failure of an intending

or mv LVLS' 4c nir. ?W>ITH. The New j Great Britain in nil the objects of her einba cy Chicago doling the pat) two and a half months, incendiary to do a great act of mischief, by the very United! Winston States Senator declaring in opposition himself a to candidate Clement for C. Medical College,

to China, but using only peaceful menus. Ix rd i two thousand four hundred and eighty persons. means he adopted to mako his success more certain. It that Democratic 'I IHE ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES
Clay. seem some ,
OrJeana Delta etimr.tvs the number of &laves at the Elgin will offer negotiations, and if refn-ed, will i Among (the rft'cah arrested were one clergyman, Thus, to insure an explosion gunpowder in n certain friendly to tlie re-election of Mr. Clay, have papers urged JL commence on the first Monday in November

: South :tt.over three and a half millions, and their case, the fellow had covered it with quantity I the the of their candidates next.
of Canton and offer
take possession again to uegotiatA one likick Republican editor, oneJShick llepublican upen people policy requiring
aggregate vulue, at rresent prices, at fully sixteen ()spirits turpentine, but, on igniting it, onfy the for the Legislature to declare their choice for FACULTY:
Our minister is te be invited to reside with j
one ex-mcmbcr of Congress (Black Republican continued
mayor I burnt and the be-
hundred inlllionsof dolhira. The cotton plantatiooa turpentine powder as Senator, as between Clay and Winston. Governor R. D. ARNOL '. M. D.. Practice Medicine.
Lord Elgin at the government-houc at LIong-Kong. j jlitMtia ,) two hundred and nine Cyprians, dc. There fore. The philosophy of this the leetnrei showed "Winston these unauthorized
to
in the South -rtimates at about thousand says papers were assign P. M. KOLLOCK. M. D Obetetric
eighty has special objects in her embassy lo I'e- | were only two doctors arrested, and no lawyors. by a striking experiment, wheruin. again and again, hun the position of n candidate for Senatorial TV. O. BULLOCH. M. D, Sorgerj.

and the aggregate values of their annual product, at kin connected with the frontier matter Her j jcmbastidor turpentine poured oim quantity of gunpowder was honors, but n* he regards the movement as an attack J.O.HOWARD. M.D, Aoatomj. .

the pre-sect price* of cotton, i is fully one hundred Admiral; Pontialine, will c-nde-nvor to THE WAPmNflTo.t Buiirnn.-The conviction of ignited and burned out, and the powder remained upon his policy in reference to State aid, he JURIAH HARRISS. M. D.. Phvsiologjr! :

and twcntj'-five million dollors. There nr over nations free 6iich of the Washington rioters as have been tried unburnt. This was explained on thin principle of accepts the position assigned him, and submits the J. B. READ, M. D.. Materi Medica.
obtain fur all Christian commerce on the candle that the
nets wick to
gunpowder as a
fifteen thousand tobacco and their 5 5ue tn the 1ieopi.jessrs.. Clay and Winston belong JOSEPH JONES. hf. D.. Chemistry.J. .
plantations an- is
All riots bad
everywhere approved. are enough, and
; the will itself
turpentiue not ignite
the coast and diplomatic residence at I'ekin. EO long as ,to the same political school. Either would J. WEST M. D Demonstrator.
-nnal product' may be valued at fourteen millions -- but those gotten up to stifle the popular voice arc any of the turpentine remains to burn. Apiece of make an able and reliable Senator.-Colwnbutit The Preliminary, course, of Lectures will eomunno

dollars. There are two thousand six hundred PILRTEr.S FT.OM Br.iGiuM YOUNO.: -Ity th arrival the most dangerous, for they strike at the very common cotton cloth, fcueh as ladies' dresses are 'fin Sentinel. on the 17th October next Clinical Lecture will b*

I : vug&r plantation, the product of vhicJt Average of the 4camer Omaha, at St. Louis we learn that foundation of our political Fj-stem. Ours is a government made texture of, was, which then burnt hud been; and then -apiece in solution of similar of- -_ deliveraJ regularly at the City HwpiUl. This Institution

_II Annually more than twclre milUona. There are some thirty of Brigham Young's/ollowershadmade of the people and, if we expect It to succeed eal-nmmoniae, WM exposed to dipped the action a of fire, recent A MILITARY gathering Scosflox.-'le at Lexington, it learn was suggested that at the by will accommodate over 100 rt1" For
further
1 five hundred And fifty one rice plantations, which good their escape from i alt LakcjCity, and reached we must see that the people shall be unmolested but would not burn. A similar piece steeped in a several military officers that a grand review of all particulars addrewi 0. HOWARD- D tn.

iyT31 an annual'rcvecue four millions of doThri.I .Omaha City on the 2d inrf. .They stated that the in the exercise of suffrage. solution tilicnte potash, was also shown to boepjote the volunteer companies in the United States be July 18. 1857. 23fQ : '
incombustible.-Scientific American. held suitable time the
at some of Illinois
on prairies ,
the
dissatisfaction in Mormon
; utmost .
lie JUctlQODd. ipaicA tays thyit cxPremdentX prevailed SEIIYKU HIM RIGHT.Judge Culver! of Brooklyn, -- l = B 'I nnd be reviewed by the President of the United NotiCe.H;

mrlJftcxaU now lying dangerously ill atPortznotitli camp, and that thomands, row in Utah only waited a hot headed Abolitioniet but u talented man, was It is stated that General Cass 1 It strict in his personal States and General Scott and StatE A grand suggestion. wishes to know who lost, toina

for the arrival of the United States army.to place habits, will not dine out if he can help it, and .-Ci'rt. Gazette. rrhJ underiipi,
Virginia. invited to deliver n Fourth of July oration in Os .- j_ in the esr 0' the I5thnstant
themselves under the protection of our Government goes to bed at 10 o'clock, P. M. When n{ Paris, at money
He accepted the invitation, but intimated
wego.
The mobt strict surveillance is exercised over theuufortuna'te balls in his house he would off A STORM w Fu>aipA.-A private letter from
Mormons own to
'
Punch" saj the: re a set of quietly slip July 18 283T. XtVJtHotice..
that the would be introduced
subject slavery on Bdlevilo, Fin., states that around there the 4th ,
on
and beings now In UiatgTerrilory, nnd instant bed at the above hour leaving his wife and three
tothe-tsboon.
brute little they
nrrxrior may the occasion, and his services were dispense d with. inst., one of the severest. hail storms vr remembered -
- .b racked under ih* nomJntioD Orang-Utahng and most torturing death is the certain result -'*0.ir daughters to entertain the company present. This did ruinous damage that vicinity! Hall- : .. -

..;:_ 4--:. ;caught in the act of deserting. Andrew J. Deciitur ban been appoUted regime account for his unwonted vigor at the advanced stones. 3 to 5 Inches in diameter, fell wiUx fearful persona haviog.dueanda spuialtb* utata

1GIYuT L1.-Uon. David R Atchison ia writ- by the President, Surveyor of the Customs, Bay- age of 75 year fury, entirely ruining same of the crop of toramd All Jicksoo J.Smith,'ef sid.Ut of two eopn-

te tr to WeBdJjn Son'tbyOirolina.ia regard *, THE TELEGRAPHIC CABLE.The'process of shipping port, FJatf vice John Johnson, resigned. cotton. Fortunately for the country, it.was cue of .ty. MM hereby u9tIflec to prsunt theAl,' 41J"

to'K nsaf, rirtaftHjr .*b ndoaifig the field, HeJBTI the cable on the, Agamemnon at Oreemrich _', APOZ.Th1LiT BY THE PBJ IDEXT. Hon. Emery D. those arrange storm, confining its fury to a izrafl thenti *t.d-to the "
extent of the
It; ,!* erldest, the South is no .uutch for tli. was geuag briskly forward, and attracted large nnrnbers J.S5T The inhabitant of 'Utah do not exceed 50.- Potter, of Ohio, was ye&terday commissioned awo- -_Isnd.-Sav.ferqis. the tin pn1sezi'bdandali Sow Iod by lawtJr

North in Kansas, and that the litter contribute* of distlnjrnhhed vfsltors. Up to Saturday, th. 000, two.thirda 'ofvhom"' are womrn. They are elate Judge of die Supreme Court of Utah T JjrUory. I tm.afraid Ijghtnine' rutteredapretty, co- mint iam Uly,

tf n aflariwherctheIprver give one, for tli. sup 20th ultimo, nnty-fght'mile'efthe coil had been principally Englifcn foreigner, and unnc 'nttomed The' udpfships in ttsh have now, xre btlitve qu tte during a itorm. Well you may be, sbhed

-- 3 1wPt ih eamzst.- I tnkcn on'brard.I .tQtbIizstofajs.) I beemi all f filled. a df p lting1ev r, when "rcnr hwrt t rtwl." I L. Jurrl8,186T.U 2-t t !'

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Notice toVOLUNTEERS NEW BOOKS, PROPOSALS r =FOR:SALE.IB !T GREAT INDUCEMENTS L L3kE i. S


JUST RECEIVED For Screw-Propeller Sloop-oMTar. 10 OR 120QT I! OFFEUKU TO

:Eai.1.raI3. E. BARNARD Jr.SSILL
.
NEW BOOKS A JVOVEME3G i',4vy DEPARTMENT. ) ) T TO T J 14"| T Q of CORN and 4 or .1000 : f"PHr.; USnERSIOXFD i is now reviving IIIH iuualJ. ,
.
kKICOMPANIES DORE-A Stroller in Europe; Bureau C'f Construction Ac., June "7, 1857. f f'TMIE JL) U j pjLlIjJ-lKJ: pounds of BACON, on J. tck! .f Spins Goodsvhicb will be large and COtTfiCZ THE

rrn c < i. titntlnc the Mounted Keg EL ORINfiO-Trnvfls ii MexicoKAFS Bureau will receive f-ealcd proposals, tpvcifi- lliccasuiie. Kcfei to I complete which he offers UlI his usual terms to his DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS

_L iment r'niaiutit.erg! will be Mustered intth DR. Arctic F.xped.ti.. ; -I. cation*, and plan until the 2 tin day of August Mcssr O.t J. MEG INNISS. 1 punctual customer and in t ll Instances W-erftl di.-

lerrice d f the United States in the fallowing crAer MEMOIR of S S. I'rntis'wSpeeriuAt; -. ; iwxt!, endoised F'r t\r\ Cfnstrnctlvn of a Strain July 4, '57. 27 count mu.le for CASH. I>. C. WILSON. ;:F' tUt th stAkD. S105C ._ jI

1 the dj'-es named: THE DAYS i.fmv life-A no\el by the Propeller Sop-a'f.> War,* nis'hoiifd, by the act ofI "" Mar 1457. 11
At 1h< pi*c*', tUl on
C it. Join PniVhiirs Tt>, Tallahassee 1Mb July, author of Margaret and Zaidee ; I Congress, approved 3d Marcli, 18j7. Per Wm iTPettis .--- ..- -

N. P. 'illard''* Jladison, 20th ISABEL-A novel; J The pmj>osal3 must Vie for the hull spars and bpnre TilE: LITEST SPRING AXD SUMMER OFTHS

.. At- A. Stewatt's ) ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; ;, spar, rigging and block, s.iils and spare puils. awn- FROM yE\V\ ORLEANS : I

.. H. H tirp .T' [ Ar.gaf.r.: 23dV VASCOXSELOS fleW novel iugs. tc., ln.-xt: anchors anibV.' links. fn ks fur- 1 C.SKS 5 s i KM ft-i 3 Si'ullr.! li .

.. \ n. II. CoiV* ) by Sisnn'.s: ; t<\.
will be i&nister.d HOBBY.. and work, with all the nnd outfit 5 Ti :u.l Jai.tur 19. 1SCO. 3
1 b? reia! <; -f ski i Kegim i.t stCVala" spare ripnm-iits; .a b.i ; To be had at
on tire 27th day of July j nL Mu trrirp f.ffirs Julv 4. '57. 27 of a ship-of war ; to b-j complete and ready in nil rebpects 1 Smoked Bewf -

wll! be nt the varions points on (he d tcs me I to receive her officiM ani men, provision 2 Hhdn. choice Drown Suzar; D. C. WILSON'S. Co-Partnerahip Notice.rI .- .

tklneJ.tptdn. i! Don Read This stores, and aruiamoiiL 75; iJbls. Extra and Sipei: no Flour, H E: !inued Lave this Jay entered into a coX -

: of C 'ini RticB will have their Cniniks ; The armament, stoies.' and provisos will he fur 1 Whit*. Ueasi. milE lJNDfli.SIGNEI) i now receitiu a I partnership theWHOLESALE

with th above Oil DO.V'T 1 niched by the ctruuciit. 1 i ,
In teatpeM u accordance : arrangewetlt& gu\ LiidUii. I and vaiied Stock of SPRING unj SUMMER & RETAIL .

S. ST. (5KO. KOGEIIS.Col. ; "\\7_J: lure just received fiom New Oilean Per The specifications nut fully describe the materials 2 Mola"ses, ( OOI)ft. to th: inspection vf whi-h Lc incite the 1DItt7cunder-
ML Keg. Fk. Vol. > to be used, the method and sizes of faatenings, the 2 Lard, I
T Scbr. Wm. R. Puttis. and Now York Per I I Pablic)
13. U.r.7. 29-1 1 detail of sizes and arrangement of the machinery, the I 1 Mess IWf, j generally : the name and style el ,
July Brtik It. II. Gamble, a bilge and well selected
CUXbHTIXQ IN TART OF
various fixture of equiriment and outfit, the cabin for 10 l\rk, :

( fly Ordinance.J7r j STOCK OF GROCERILS.ALSO | captau, wardroom for 12 officers steerage for 14 officers 2 Boxes Lemon, i Chintz, Bit ego, 0 renadine AMES&LVELY.!

1h' Inlt n-Jvnt / Cvttnril \ I apartments for 4 forward officers, the Eli-re, sail, 1 Box Smoked Beef Sugar Cured Tonsru > an-! Organdie Flounced! Kobcs

it rudiyi'A ie-l.S.tf That fl! cn< City vitit1ef, J Winfi. Bran lie*, S> rups. Cigars tc. j bread, clothing, issuing rooms, tc.. sick bay. maga- F... Sale l.'JSir 1 bv H. I!. BLHkY.Juii oli.l Colored and Figured Bareges, ; (THE1T will be pleased to sea their frieods

tf T4iiilz it-l'fli! md regute! t the iijaikft t-f thec.t' I The Subsciibers are determined after this date to [ zincs, shell-rooms, spirit-rooms, hold*, chain and other ; -13. '57. 24 I Bilk TiftMie and Crepe de Pari I and patrons at the.old taod of D.H A DIM,
r- loikers also the dimension* of the boats and Chintz! Brilliants. where they will keep a full and general
'' abaud.n the of si Vling CREDIT. ; spars ,
TlIi44' J fir other =ed"It'rjulv. system good-j on a
C
f an
purposes. p.si all the tthor objects included in the proposal.i Benj F Young Printed Lawm, from 10 to 75 cts.. awortmeutof A rtklea apperUiningto their
; 2\ mid itvd l aud fcr Cadi
apueve.1
August Product ,
or Cuunliy
S i Upon ni] plication to the commamlaLt of any navy- French.Scotch, and Amer'n. Ginghams.French. I ne of business D. H. AMES.M. .
'J'h. 15 J. bj. and! ibu su'ne i- hc'l>y i"pealed. we will at any time be happy to sctve our cusloajcis yard, the bidder can see the list of stores and provisions : Enrli'h.! and Amer'n. Piiut*. I LIVELY.

2/1.! T-t il ftirtfit! crJaifl'd. That it shall he the with goixis <.f every description sit a small advance with which the government will furui.-h the ship, Black Poult de Loire, January 1. 1353. 1

,>{v .ifUi* CJJy Matf-lial to ntt< ifd at the Maikitevcrv I j !l-ove New York an! New OiUaus piices. If yon I and for whic-h, also, the contractor in his plans must 4 A > nSOLICITOR I Black G-o de ihine,
}],.-;- ii.flhiZ. fi tn dHV-Jifrl t until 8 i."cli>ck, it and Old IX EQUITY
doubt ,
> coma try us, at J. B. Gamble's provide capacity ar.d convenient stowage. Black Challifs,
A. M 'l'l the"' 1at r O-j'.ol'f t to the Cist of March, j Stand. Corner of ilonrce aTiul .TrlFi-reon Street*. The plans must be working drawing, from \\hich -' TILL/ practice in the Cow's! of the Eastern Cir i iciit hIae i and MILESHASEJ&CO.
crti' 7 .- lc 1 ft ;m \l fii>,t MarCh to Cr-t Octo- !
m4
; : BROKAW d: RHODES. the ship can be built phowing th inboard alrar.gc >f Floiida, and the FeJeial Court
"hit nr.v (nr (-m ns vfftrnr betf firmtlJJ DEALER iy
$Lt pc-is p Linens.
jcr. May 2S, 57. 21-tf meats, the allotments =pace for accommodation* (orxcE AT GUXSVII.U, ALlCUfA COCXTr.)
the lin.Ilf ihe City flmll exhibit to the -
fr ttt re rooms, for th'j e'1 wage c f th': various objects and Liners, DRUGS > PAWT8
IEFEJL'xcL's Fr.utiuij Shiuir.i | i, a
Th1.3l the hfs i. f eai.i crf''r S : P |
$20pjb IEWAItD.I iifeq'iipmfnt, outfits, provision: *, and htores, the arraiitrwnt Pill-jw! Case and Sheeting Ltiicni,
beevf'. n d :thM.. -siiil -hai} ktii book i in wl.ch i CAFI. J. J. LIT\S 1I 1
"ie'isi1 tf ',4 l''. !rfrk *" ''iTTi'l of the paid bilk1." I of the machinery anal the disposition of the I Coi_ J. I). AIKEV, [ Chatltiloi, S. f.FuASsa : Fancy Shu ting Linens, MEDICINES IS OILS ;
'lIE will give the above reward j coal. There must also be a of the sails, showing ,
plan Fancy Linci?,for Ger.t an J Yout-! wear.
!. 1.h 1 itsiks and wlor of t THUMP-SOS
t1 the
.tid f ir< u I ; same, : < )
1 OjA fur the safe delivery of hn boy AARON j the sail gallant sails and
courses, ? ,jib,
top top
if be vender vendete sj.an- Di JAMES S. JONES.- Turin their friends and the
nith} the 5 U.UUP r J.j'n or .5S. to him at his plantation, or in the Jail at Montit'elio. j j : Taf1z'iassee', Ha. Spring and Summer "ITOULD putle.thi
tni ft'T ".' i 'h %*- b..ri.; it shall! be the duty of the June '-, '57. 23 ; II V they hare on Land a good assortment of*u.
.: The boy is twcutv.f.wr years of age, i" about TLe plans will be accompanied by a rnoilel, which, : _ ; ; ; ? : ; c?
fid the Marshal and ) articles in their Iin
.rtit .
t generally kept of butioei
s*;icr.r! viiis! << < I j-ix fed high, vtry bl.iek.Lish for*head, tii inbuilt ; I II with the drawings of th" hull, insist be on a scale of ns arc
si i j* dr:1 f I weighs! abiut one hundred and fifty or sixty pounds, one quarter of an ir h to u fuot.TLe I
iiiivlhc ijd Ux k all time shall be reasonable.
.fine ll..r-h'il :< rec at I h ninawiv almul four mont! $ since, and i is lurking 'hij to be pit-reed i'r chase, s'era, ansi l bioad : ,4 LIKELY NEGRO:( MAX about SO yeari of terms

abi'-ctt" tte iri ;- rtj <>r xa'jiiittif:: >i! fa'y; im'.iilutl I ;altynt Ct--t:('Vl1. PICKETS 1'. BIRD. side ports, the Litter ml less; than I 12 in njtnbiM) un I >. age, % :Inns a g.jo.i i (jAErKvrta. Apply nt this OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. I -Tallahassee- April Vth 18534 14.

'\ l niayvi-li to <=<' j it. ninl if any pr> n or i July 11. ls.>7. 2S each Je, and to be 14} foot 2 inches from c'jntrc toceii'.rc. 9----------- : ; 7>7. 2:'. Bonnets j! E DI C1 L'A 0 TlTEDrs .
.aV. ltt f 'hi- oiiiii.an .
i.f provirioii'
} \ -> ; e.he. 1
tH.rTs
---- The port still tc be 2ninch<. above the decK ; ,
bt- or th" **'< L on r'vi-ti.-n.' l'e fined in a fuma I For ___ A L\P..E A--1RTMET or'ENGLISl1 I
*' Just Received the pi'rts 4-1 iuthes i'-.re vrid aft, :ad: 36 iu<-htb indepth. Sale 5
>t t'X'"n!' ".ar. f.r e.sch and < v. rv < ffonco,
FRENCH AND AMER-T-
jj: it'r.r!} of\rs f-.r sale hi reainTllT Robertson & Bond .
fuif'il ll.f: I"-*-* the diicn-lioii <.1 the InUud.int > -
<>i PER 'J. G. ANDERSON ,
be
of i.min the
The weight annnmetit l- prn-iied
fir the b'nit of t'l. Ciy, aj 1 :Le A nEAVTIirt xn.1)RTiE.VT V A R I E I dUplaceoiei.t, wiil 1 be ICO tonif 2.24o poui.J- q HAVING co-partnership m praetor
fr tbj |K-if>tnuit.e of tliisd.ity.} receive a fe ofttientv The total ceinplen.ent of ofiiccrs and PJCII will be2C3 I ( : -- an-1 <>n.> of LIII' most desirable: locations TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS profession, offer their services tr 'he citizen
OF
.
f'r each bidt* and examined ; i in the City of Talluha: ee.
j"v f.* ears co of Tallahassee and
< and the ship must stow >ro\isioii" for AU-O A LAEOE ASSORTMENT f I surrounding country.C3T" v
"coriied. TO r>.- :dy fl! e owuer t>r ov.-utrs or ISLE BRAIDS d" Trimmings, iV Fiinsjes, ; p'-isous ] ALSO i Office the Star
and r( p. : over lately occnpieU Bst
L 120 dns.l : a;: 1 watrr fur tI> t.iyc! with a c b'f t-> fale.Pjt Sttel Swing Skeleton Skirts Setts Bra's skirt
oftl-e so cipwed i t'-n A .
v u r I for distilling liesh water. Fuel to be c iry for ILLVS' | I w ill sell large and well known brick j Iiigc.I
Ii5 1657. lIoepQ. BUTLER DEN1IAM.. j my -
eJ a-ii Ajipiovfd, J.ily I Embroideries. I Feb. 23, 57 9 tfe
( full steaming: nnd the v essel to make under -I ;
F. r.l PEd, lateoJiat. Jur'e2T. 57. 20 Livery Stable, Carriage House, &c. | -
team alone at her d.e1' load drt.ugl.t of K atcr tcu
{ Rich ValenciiMS.! Maltese and Hcnathon of
: Attes-t-C1. llnvnixsox, Cluk. knots in a smooth sea. The deep-load! draught of water j Mv terms will be liberal to a good purelma9er.I j jj Collars,and Sleeves setts Dr.lIilesfi.Nash i

Llv19,1_ ;'. -4w Just Received when armed and fully equipped with men, provisions I j P. B. BROKAW under Collars ,from ,
Etnb'd. moushu 12
} ctd. to $S.00.Emb'd.
,
April IS, '57. 16-Sm I OFfERS 1115 PROrE& !OSAt SCKVICES TO T7 CITUtXS Ot
and stores of all kinds, and ready for sea, not _
L. titoudhn Sleeves.
Jane K. Wilson, Ct ter flaugh- TALLAHASSEE
ANDSCRROirSDlXCCOrXTST.
Per Schooner WM. Ji. Pcttis : to exceed I 16 feet, and the lowest jx.it still to be S
: toe aI l I-'J'y N-r IIa il>ton, hisvsfe feet above the load line.Th'e I Salt Salt with Dr. M. 3S"ajliinm diat8lj owof! tb
Hats
Willu-.i] VVi's.->n. Rhi! t ; 1\ DRUMS Fresh Diied Figs, i OFFICE .
('.rT-iia M. Wilton by V"iliamW. OJ C Boxes Fresh Lemos-n, propeller o' be tti-d to hyL-t tp ; an.] the-toil- \I i nnO SACKS LIVERPOOL, in fine order, i A LARGE A3bOD.rMC.NT OF --
19 1855.
May 20RUHIBERRY
Wilson! her iixt irierd, 2 Cases Guava Jelly, ers to have a Ul ?oojie chimucy, so that the ship may | JJ v/'Lf landing pf-r Tiinc' and fir sale bvMcXAUGHT.
TJ 1 Tiail New D.UcJ rn.t be impaired as a cruiser under fail, for which she I ORMOXD .t CO. RI Gents and Youths Spring and SunxzorIIAT3.

>l.u JL'D 'Cu'i. n.i Tn Chncerv-In t AMES i LIYELY.Jui.e is intended. April 4. 1857. H .

;inm vVfi. dec' c-l, Wi'i: iuni ,_tlie Circuit Contt"VV. I 13, '57. 21BEOADWAY Tlift? bidder v ill flats the tirr.c considered n-ce.ry ,

D'J'tn, L'
;5ia j.4r; hi- wf.i.; FlorlJa, Leon Co. GOLD PEN fully equipped!, as before iiame.LThe i *T A WHOLE und HALF Ti.-ices of Rice arrive A LARGE ASSORTMENT O MERCHANT.

M1rtr a- 1 I.4rv P. Moucr, obtain object of the department in inviting proposals ,j JL// in a few days direct from Charleston Send l I Gents fashionable CLOTHING. I
i is to th beet that the
4 "if('? Cl: <.r.i "V. r ::11..ft. a7u.n' .Uanufactnrin (t'o. very ship-of-war mercantile iu your orders and have it marked, you who want. j TALLAHASSEE, Flit, Stpt. 29. 1853. 89LIOYB
> marine can produce, and proposals ill be reciivej -
Willla'ii MrA5 and
i. Homy Boots Shoes
333 IUOAIWtY M\V: YORK, trosu! s-Lip! buikl or.ly. -ALSO- ,

Lauia E. 'Ah-5r. a xuir: RE now Et-llinj thir Fplftidid; Gold Pom Pen- The proposal*, Fpe<-iik.ui"ns, and drawings which 150 Boxes Manufactured TOBACCO, at lower { A LAIJCE ASSORTMENT OF JOHN B. ,

anJ Adtlii! Bertha; : \ViI'!>n.TT -L\_ cils and Pen ri:c. at the Lowest Retail Peach er>rf..rM: to the cor. iUons: now lrescr1ctI.! arm-I 1 combin" I prices than j oil piy this Spring in the big city of ;I Ladies, (ScnLs, Youths and Child SHOES.A ..
.1Ot1cD12OOZ'
apx-ariR: <: to t--! Citt by afeJavit iaa> an-1 t. auj purchaser Draws a the grr-ate,t uunibor advantages; will be sei i i I New York. For fjrthvr partif.ilais enquire at j LSO ;
!loc-toi) and the iaul receive the of the 1). LADD. AND
rl'e: i iu li.is ca-j-e, thnt nil me abavc iunie-1 doiVii l I price approval Newport. Servants SHOES of every quality. -
il.u tine lit befoic a Contract will be ni.idTLo 1 :Match 21.7.; l'i "
the ]

jaii \iithinti.eUii'tcdStates ; 7. to>tlc-J iJ, As vn>n a* a Pen or Ptncil is purchase, tie Prernium l.a\c due weight. The specifications iiawirg! : ati.lmo :MANTILLASFOR Cotton and Linen Osnaburgs, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

Th t taid deftt'] nt. Villia i Vvr. Dutton, LoanderC is delivered iiaincJi.itciv.! Ms of paities not obt&iuh'jj the contract can be Brown aril Blue Shirting and Sheeting*. July 19. 1856. 29-1 y
withdraw bv them.
Bill -tud Julia A. ILl! his \vife. Manger LIsT OF PENS AM) TI ILLT.IL PICE, : Tim Mai 3rouh Plaids and Stripes,
1Sf7.FULTON
.
nnJ ilarv l>. Sillier, JsiviV: Na'?u.i 'V. Dutton a Goll PenQ..1 UI I Gift .J1ly 11, Choctaw Stiipcs, Apron Checks, 8. S.
and Summer of 1857.TTIIIE KNIGHT
n..u' -\Vliiro! llwuy SleAlMet. It. set la Elizabeth .' :nrosit size. . Z,') Gir.S. FOUNDRY Spring Bed Tickin, &c,. tc., tc. ,

t M-Aliter. Laura II. 5loA15
t jir..haViu.! arid rJitwr the Bill filed in S1tr 1)1.1. iL: liO1JC2t4. : i 3'I 11cQE.-c :i-'i. '
r14tr] a f<>w of th'je uiobt Fashi'-uable and by far the A large and well selected Elek of HARDWARE. ] TALLAHASSEE
'. -f. the l M-md.iv Dccerribtrr doS : tXr.EI IINKl> leave toin the LOCIOA. :
i 'lan1ruSt1't (
tii.s oauiii i if z (JO 4 rJ"IIi be-r rm u.iiit d.--irjble, All of the above ai tides win be sold low bvD.
r.i-vi. 'I'liiTTni e. 'in1 il-i' if-.a.n" : .it3' bl! sTiail be taken J.tihtn; 6 4 -p- lIi' that thi-y Jm*.t a.iifit"d tluUiS lvts tu Lace Mantillas C. WILSON. September, 1SC5. 05

:.* :.' : Ptovd d. That this order be published I I'cnthin Pen Gsl.i Dt1 Ir..1hr. :; 3 dihIaIn.Jth l.jrt--s.! i.uder the name and s-t\h- i f \ Chantilly March 14, "57; ; 11 .
o-ic'- v t.k f.-r f.-u JI. MI:!.< pre e li ; the tai 1 Rule I .' it b.ix ( Co of variouspatteins and deins i xihjoh they offer on RICHABD- BiRcnrrr. r-uatz ir. Doirxn Cardy. Diva ;; ,,
llay :all' lur. in stsue iw.w.-paj j-ubliih' in LeViI Gid l'vu. G' Dtk lI-Va a 6 2 5 tosIii. < t'ii.iiiO.t rea"nab--! .'ran.C.vll( early if you ni hth.ir.h & DOWNING "

Cl'.V of 1.1 c.t. :itil G 'I 1'* n 3 7 3 ( 'J3ni't'th for t'i' <> p'li jxis? cif f'11.! > \iii2 I in t.idef F ";ntl. is and ,;ce self-tion BLTLEP. i'DENIIAM.JI.m1. Corn. ; ,

Or \h4'| 4t Ca ns. tl.h vtu day of Jl Oo'k ii1v'r Ca .t Gid l'cn !5 5 doI Mit'-J.ii.ists! amid are prcjiartd: ti xe. utti nil km li of 14. T.7. 11 1 On A BUSHELS CORN, for sale br ; ATTORNEYS: AT LAW i iGE.NTS rO,1 CL.llXS

A ii.it' >;. \VAYLES uKEa> Ji.luy -. Gold Tu.tii 1'i.l;. . . .. 2 ZC' 2 (:0 work appertaining to this; b'i-itj :ss. >Uam Engnes 1UUU HOPKINS i ilEGINNISS. i AO. 290, Seventh $ u't; ,
; : ,I '. .. in'f liar lick------ 3 3 (1) t Juim-heil to order nad wartaut'ld to CH i bati-fiction.SiiH.il Tallahassee Sash and Blind March 21/.';7. 12Ladies' | \VASHiKOTON CITY.
i C.tcths.'if all kind- na.l.with l
Mil'nu
('..tid.Wli. Iey, Tuth J'ick l'eul Z 5 : dLatie : P tr'Il 117ILL practice before the Court of Claims od
. .. C do ii'-attiess aid d"rintcl!. Plans a'i.ltimnatea fuiiii-I.eu Dress Goods. ,
Gold l'enciic. t ) 2 T V
United States Mail Liner r .. t-J! { inform. prosecute eats before
un-flrinetI l
.. .. .5 S 5 3 dI of nil kinds <.f ilachiii'-.y ani i UtiLcinecrin They j | fl u-inptjthii n *- Congress and the ccv- -
-r s. OM- loI are also "le ngents f'.r 1- -rd S'-ie: Steam Esi ints .1 the pub1.1! that} he h . 00 4
I in th-} city <>f 'I alltIa-te: ansi w.u''l bo 3 Cambric a. checked. July 2& 1855. SO
for GiriTiia Ct-ttin, fiin-lin J Sawing, anj Jlarrinou'a
OUL;;. XS TO KEY u EST an1 Pen. . C .) 3 Li MI .
his frii-nds, Sh Linn Lawn. French Prints
i.l to receive thu patron lire of ) etc.
b.ue
G Mills f 'j
. S do'S ::=t --r eteain i r [>- \v.-r. "
Gents Gnd Cie5 aJ Pt!) II) 00
A N i> 1l1f.th izl 511 I 1)) do J0-r.'ll) : CAUDY.V.'ILLIAM ct thtll.ul P.-a-l Dcpjt. I. W. HO\VE.V. Landing from Sampson anti for sale bv I IMiNAUGIIT A. PERRY AMAYER,
POUTS Match 7, "57. 10 OllMOND = CO.
L\TEILIil.1)Lt 'I E FROKIDA IIAVA, 1
\Vksiraiit all tur Gold Pets to be Diamond Pointtd. JulLV' CAUDY. -- April IS57. 16* AW71Y! AT LAW

(-tCEI) 'V1TU tn: and not surj.l by any tahli-hrr.eiit in the j :I INotice. WILLIAM SCOTT, .__._ j ,
::30, 'o7.; :-J2!-Iv
May
STZAVER ISABEL states nii'l bc-i-Jp< j iveti jou a Pen t-r Pencil well ; Book TALLAHASSEE. FLA.

worth your nunicy. '.ve :tl-u T'rec-nt you with Gifts jcrMONTICELLO Bindery. | May 21, 1853. 2t 0

iOiZiT.rri J.N*> ilAKLCiTOX AT ELY 'WZT. \VIt1l fi'>ra 50 Cf Lti to f,0"j( ia : j FLA. rIJIEBc..k BinJeiy of MtDOUGALL i HOBBY,

--.4----- ET1 EllS tcs'ameutary having been p-as.ted to i ius _1 is aiat.i! in operation. | EDWARD M. WEST.
cL D XVATCUKS CIOLI) OtMUDST> VE T nUIVG -*. L "
t> a xec'.tor s of the last V.'ill .iri'l Tt" tamcnt i i4.t'John July! 0,1553. 30( tijan 1 March il.57. 12 -i
T.'IE SOUTHERN ..ld Ixkct?. Diara : G. '.;uni. u.-u-.i-ii. l.ito merchant, resident in : Attorney Counsellor at Law
Pins Silvt-r Fruit and ty1 4 T > O -A LAUGE lot just re- : ,
liieaft
StjJs I14rs. ,
thk' town of ij'iincy, (;Jadsd-n county, P'la. Notice is ( Seed Rice.
Steamship Company JJ' JL V.ItO. ceived byMcDOlG.LL J
Cake D..skets, Silvtr Gobi Ac.AVESTS hereby to all creditors, legatees and .-risis4u. ( TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.
< given p
E'.v ( } LE.tN AGEXTS AGEXTS .' titk-d'to distribtiti\e shares) of the estate t-f the sail d: HOBBY. 1 A A BUSHELS SEED RICE for sale bv April 5, 1556. 14
I March! 21, 57. 12 i 1UU HOPKINS A 3IEGINNISS.3Iarch ; .
nAVlXGv.ill t ":e !u:ail contract fr al-ove ports, I N
; tw. fjc : ea Sttaincr regulailyor g 1 OJO-2OiM-3JC'O-5MO' f.r settlement, -vithm two yearB from this date, or the j BRADFORD HUGH A. COBLE,

Ps twice a nvinth, j7i<-'-tiT.j in the Spau.&h Hole t>u the ( Fame will \1)? barred by (the !s-tatutc, after the expiration RICHARD ,
: 1 '
THE STEAMER PRA F' AVe ofW a Liberal innjision to L.ca1 aud Traveling Wit. S. OUNN, and CIIAS. II. DcPOXT, Ext'rs. tc :E'cx' 187.'IIE ,

AZCT1t. aud rive them Credit on One Half till Quincv, .JtiIy 4, '57. 27-Sv TALLAUASSF.E, FLA.CJH. TAM UASSEJ4, FLA.
y will leave Stir ]Poit in t'! .- 'inorninj. and St. Harks jnd) buti.es* and above all i ia SUBSCRIBERS have received by the lat I 4
f.il lt. A ii-'ht agreeable ,
Taiahas! ; i'n the Post Office Baildiug.) J. arrivals from New York, full and January 17. I57. 8-1 T
terrfir.us oil> tho<.rri\J. '-I the Cars frr-ni ee. ."'d pa\inr t.u-ine Agents wsinUd m all psut--i Per Brig 1J' G Anderson a elegant nsS'.rtii'.ent -

taking r.iSil, pa=?it
S fin the Stea'ucr, a Li rttuniiu..j in season f. r the af- j G'Ki.ia'villi' full Expant.ti! < ::i of u-rtud to Agtnt will FROM ;v/ir; YORK : of an endlof variety of the most fashionable styka | Anderson J. Peeler ::
if 1'aiis 1'rinted Organdies plain and cloths ,
< on plaid
ttniouii tr.L. Flour ,
j L.eei.t on application, free. All orders '.\ill be j.rotnpt- BOXES Charjpuigue CiJcr. ;- j
Thr tav -lltr-j ii'Al can IIT rest aspired that this 20 frn plain to full chintz colored. t and Counsellor!
attended aud those uu.ilt 4 Tierces like, j Attorney at Law
t ly t'>. seu.lizjg up ni"iiey by
*
and bran-Is
r.HLS. Plant' extra robes
T ;
,
cunnnunicatu' Organdy designs entirely new j
<>nde..ires -.J fz-t'tent] ji'.temj'ted ,
: ; *v will lecelve such ( 1a they ord -r by the return 1 Bbl. Supeiiir Rail Iload Snuff, warrun ed I
'.. to ai.'j fi<-in the above ports i* :u .ut:!: hands as } mail or \vith g the Gilt* tuilojed in the packages to whiten teeth and purify the breath-decidedly i fj 75 4< Extra St. Louis eupcrriiic, Jaconet SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
express} '*
oO; Pi inted fl.ree robes
t Superfine. designs entirely new,
twatratt auJ
IrIn.t.i .cy suf'-e--s. Address all order* toMERJL1CK better than Brandy-surpasses t tri NEW PORT FLORIDA.
l'ast.-r h-iiiu... :lave tervants muct Fee to Gienclie .bi\i, atnped Brocade aui China ;
I3E.NTOX A DEAN the Balm! of a thousand) Flowers. Per |
T T T1LL Practice in the Court of the
JliddlafKreuitT
The above will be sold l.-w for CASH anti C\3u
d.. llocse l-efore only -
the Custom on
clt-aiing xu tl going '
335 N. Y.X. sons who use the article will LIVE T
Broadway, attention
UarJ.C und in lots to dealers and retailorsit: rHtl'.ci"! prices Foulard silk Flounces' Special piiil to Collcctins.
B. .Gold Ptns re-poiuted in tuptrior manner. forever aril never DIE. j March 21 '57.
I 12
I li H. C. WILSON. Double skirted Flounce" thrr with '
Marqr.i-e t-jr< a
Ao! li k afr( JJj yourself.i y .
; your jage Enclose the IVn. and thirty-nine cents in P. O. Stamp, For sale by II. II. BERRY. j I
V 7. 21 beautiful ol Linen i ipatterns.
May2S, > assortment Cambrics in dress ---
j.jiticui 'is. Apjily to and the Pen will be repoiute-1 *ud returned post-paid. June 27, 57 -Jo FI.OYD &
VNIKi. LADD Mhite printed an J Polka spot, Bnlliantcs. i HOLLAND;
Agent. '
July 4, 57. 27SraLOTTERY Bacon and Flour Percales in variety &c.. Ao
New Port Fla. July 11, 1657. 2SWAKULL&IEON'WOEKS ; ICE NOTICE print- great ic Attorneys at Law.1ILr .

/ A BBLS. Flour, 10 half do. BUTlER i DENIIAM. '1 practice in the Circuit Court* of 3fltldl,

OU 4 Ilhild. Iktc-ou Sides, _March_l-1.7. -- 11 T anti West Florida, anil ia the Supreme Conriof
Number Two.A
J4! JiLX. thnt SAME FREXTII 1SREAI>. the State. Also in the Dbtrlat Court of thu Uni

:Ncw :Ert11th t FTER tryinj tbc experiment of furiii-iing! ICE Lan !hug from the Pctti-t, and for sale bvMcNAUGHT Opening of the Season. ted States, in the Noithern District ofFlor-j. -

ttab1ihmcnt isow L'ndtr Full Blast. -i-JL at Tullalias at 'J < :> eci.ls "J It. thus f.ir, ORMOND i CO. BONNETS R. J. FLOYD, Of3c ApalacLicohi} Fla.-

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, we find at tliP! e rates aliIa long a se.u.On'stle is i: april IS', 'f7. 1(5( D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy. Pta.

can bu exppcteil will leave u< at t least SiOO out of i Head Dresses, French Flowers, Dec. 22, 1SZS. 51
INCE the death of Mr. Pond, Mr. GEO. S. KIXGJ in actuul co-t of lee delivered. The Wa in
pocket
PLAN OF SINGLE NIY.MB1IZ. Gloves & Hdkfs
OX Till: HAVANA Hosiery Rushes Ribbons Blond
ha t-tkeu charge; all coniinunicatiou*, therefore transporting and! poilin at Tallah-issce! : is more th.in j Edgings WILLIAM
rtlat'uc to wirk. tc.., thould be addressed to him. 'i I ADIES', Mi-ea. (Cenll.-nu-ns'. and Boy Hose S. DILWORTH,
I two for one.S'hule cooling you-ice Leant to ow'iile ktfl 6tc., &.c. j
A" wok ernig tP.kr the Lead of this business ANDERSON & SON : L-J and half l o ovrmlett ; therefore, after the lat July we Attorney and Counsellor at Law
. Buck Tliread Bonnets uin.-r.ed, t.s..,,
vill be j.ron.ptly. mec-bnrjicjilly and neatly executed MANAGERS. will continue to sell ICE at our Ice House at rit. and Lisle Gloves, MOURNING ,
*
*t a! moderate a charge as price oflab<)r, tc, will Marks and Newport at the same price, 82 "p! cwt- I DiglL-h Twilled, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfrf.l MOSTICELLO, FLORIDA.V .
. WINTER MANAGERS.
.
TO J. F.
SUCCESSORS l and for Crape
sale
tfv.This. Laiuli'ig Sampson by
ju 2j 1 (<$ 3 cent'* fJ lb according to quantity. Stock per \J ILL practice in the Courts of the
| ilcNAUGHT Cripc and Straw Bonnets tiintmed. Middle CirT -
is f ORMOND ct CO.
EstablibhBient not <> the
kept up r purposefrn&kiflg NEAtLY ONE PKIZE TO EVLUT NINE TICKKKTS Subscribers at the Tallaha ee Depot as usual II r. White and Black frames f cuit. andThonjB tnd Lowodes ConntT. Ga
.
<> to ) as dear bought l April lSq'57.SPRING 1C ,
{ range say Williams the an.l Dr. B.unard, !l
money 3OOOO TICIiUTS-3'J86 PRIZES at Depot, up tow til Plain! Straw S March 22. 1SG. 12-ly
exreiee! has dern'nstxted to roe, it cannot be done continue In ICE but their
,
keep on own aocoutParlies
in tbi region at this branch of business-but for the & SUMBIER : Hair eapolitaride.Fh ,
L in the
Prizes Without Deduction. Coo'jtiy, particularly tho-wj who
Payable propose Bloomers! G'psUs.Sliaktr Hood, Iwf.ut L*> i LONG & CaLBRilTB
-neH! the unfortunate, who happen to have Engines to sell airriin, can have their supply arranged fur O-OOI5S. g- ,
;
cmd such like, to repair. St. Masks suit their's) -- -4.- horn, C burg, Ac, Ac. j ATTORNEYS AT LAW TAtr.\nAssEE FtA."AT .
Capitol Prize $60,000. or Newport as may" convvbicnce. Head Dresses unsurpassed f.-r Rtjle and variety I ,
77e Pattern, Siofl; Marliincrg, Tool*, d'e., Icing t NUl' ES A LADD. ; HODGKISS SCOTT & POOLE Ribbons of the moat exquisite designs in -i'. LONG it J.B.GALBRAITH bar MCXM.
great vanety |
Largt, in Order, and Good Condition; June 27. '57. '.'6 If JL
ated themselves in
: JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY ___ black and white Rushed, narrow, medium and the practice of Lmv. They
Jobs can. le Turned Out vith Are now receiving a Large Stock of '
j will
attend the
Courta in the Middle
wide, Blond Kl iuga, Zephyr Lace and all other articles Circtnt.th Supreme
31 Ct7Ltss 47U1 lEajetck. BY AUTHORITY OF TIfF STATE OF GEO. John Bull's Compound | SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS t appertaining to this department of n Ladies Courts and the District Courti of the Uoittd

SLafLing, Puliies, Plumber Boxes, Hangings fShaftings. ->r FLUID EXTRACT i Embracing every imaginable style of toilet BUTLER i DENHAM. I.States at Tallahassee.

Spur Gfarmg, Water and Hi cam i'ijNotice. :, Draws July 16th, 1607, at St. Andrews' Hall. Savannah j LADIES' DRESS GOODS, viz: j March 14, 'L7. 11 [ Office opposite the Court House.

tcp C xlvs. Gauge Ct-cks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings Ga, under the sworn superintendence of W.R. OF SARSAPAIULLX, October 8, 1854. 1T

Srgar li.ikr' C.rc&ar aud Uprizht Saw Mill and I Symons, Ecq., and J. M. IVeutisa, IvXAGXIFICEXT \. Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock, Yellow I LA.CES, MANTLES, SCAKFS, ROUE*, MTSLINS. | Summer of 1857!

Gust 3IiU Gearing. Circular and Upri-bt Saws. 4e.. SCHEME : Dock, Daudeliou, pure Honduras Sarsaparilla, and SiLKb', U ON.\KTS.tC., &('. j I French Flowers

e. A, GenetlIy kept n Hand, or 'ot SIiint Wild Cherry B.uk, is the moat potent BLOOP PuairiEB I "Vl HITE GOODS of every description amoD; ,
up of Boy
In Fnct.'Hrr'c it: the Place fur all that Want 1 Prize of .. .. .. .. .. I6&000 iu the known world. For the cure of Scrofula, A largo lot ? Clothing, T T which we mention : ARTIFICIALS

"Woik ia: this Line Dune up Right and with Dispatch. 1 .. .. .. .. .. 20,000 Rheumatism, Gout; Dropy, and all Chrome Diseases, A Large lot of Mens' Clothing, 10 4 and 11-4 Allendale Sheeting &C. % &C.

Having come ball& dozen Engbes myself constantly 1 10.000 it has no equal. Hoots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, Pillow Case Linen, B Express we hare receired a beautiful assortment
1 '' 6,000 8-4 and 10-4 Counterpanes, of the above. selected ia New York from
running, caused the EstablLuaient to be erected And other article of Merchandise soiUble I
the tame cause must keep it Therefore, can 1 .. .. .. . .. 4.000 A JlTeJciic! to be Jutmleii down to jioitcrily at a Ilex- every for this market Cambrics, Jaconets, the latest European importation, ''ezpnulr- thi*

always rely on having woik dune np. atthc you 1 . . .. . . .. 2,000 tiny to the Human family. 55JT Call and examine thcm._ FJ Plaid Muslin, market. BUTLER 4 DENHAM.

3 prizes of. .. .1,000( are .. 3,000 Paris March 14.57. 11Groceries -
WAKULLA IRON WORKS. 5 .. 500 are .. 2,50010ft Great Internal & External HODGKISS, SCO'lT d POOLE. Swiss I -SI

100 are .. 10.000 ,, IMDD. April II. '67. 15Sheriff's Embroidered SWIM Muslin.

Bui Jlerc Cornea the Next Important Thing. 100 60 are .. 6,000 JOhN IJULL'-S KL\G ,of PAIN Sale -BRILLI ANTES.--. -

Approximation Prizes. Is warranted to cure the following diseases, to wit I Plsin and fancy Marseille, &9Q BBLS. SUGAR. rarbos (jUiIieP.
O
PAY :-
PAY sacks
PAY 20
virtue of writ of fieri facias issued from the COFFEE,
,
.
4 Prizes of$225 to60.000. :. .. J900 Cholera, Bowel Complaints, Dysentary, Weak Stomnccli. I B a Frilled long Cloth,
Too will tend to New York, PLiLidelphia and Baltimore 4 .> 100 20.000 .. . 400 Generd Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Clerks office of Leon Circuit Court, Mkldlo Circuit Patent CrinoUn, Butter Pilot Bread, Crackers, Barley.I .

and baTe work done, without .fur I. moment 8 80 10,000 .. .. C40 Chills anl 1'ever, Rheumatism in its worst. fom-in, soI I of Florida, wherein the Union Rink of Florida is Plain aud plaid Nainsooks. I Peas, BeaosiTobaecctv Wine,

oreaminpof credit, but here at borne, wb.ee there are 12 60 6,000. .. .. COO vere Bums, Asthma, Pthisic, Bruises, Sores Want of plaintiff and Joseph A. Braden ia defendant, I have I Lioquora, Ale and Porter Vinefnr. See.

no Banks! or Booking faoilitiet,or urpliu capital, you 24 SO 4.000 .. .. 720 Action in the Kidneys, Piles, Riutjworms. ,Painter's ivied upon and will expose for sale at public out cry -MULLS- Pickle, Soap &xla,Sh l,L ad! Oila. Ac.

want 1, 2, S, 4 and d years credit cd then rquireoc 20 25 2,000 .. .. 600 Cholic Head and Toothache, Coughs Cold Cancer, to the highest bidder, on the first Monday in August, I llush'n Bands, Cambric da. 6nigs da, A full supply of all article in tbu line, landra-

to rid. from 60 to 500 miles for pay, and proba 8.000 20 are .. .. .... .90,000 Tum4rslSwcllings, Cuts, Scalds, Scrofula or, King's IBflff, between the mual hours of sale, before the I French Collars.French sets, boys Collars, per Mystic,and lor sale by -
bly ultimately nd from 10 to 25 of Cotvrt-house door in the city of Tallahuse, the following Ladies and Gentlemen L. carnb'c Handkerchief, McNAUGHT OBkOKD 4 CXX
percent
exp Evil Scarlet Fever, and all Pains and PAches in-
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amount b coIlecUajfJ 3 I. this right! It this. encouraging 8286 Prizes amounting to. . .. .. .$215,2CO whatever form they This medicine has land, to-wit: TtwN E Jof0ec.llTl.RlS4 Bar bordered. H. S. and Emb'd Handkerchiefs. Newport,March 14. 'fl7. n
Home may appear. Vf, containing iso acres more or lesa. I Real VaLLhee, Industry I If so. can you be surprised Ticket $10 } Halves 6 ; Quarters 2 50. been before the public about three years, and has re- Gentlethen's.Snner
that it doe LeTied the of said defendant and BUTLER & DENHAM.
not thrive f upon as property
]liertd more suffering in that limo than all other simi- -
Arrangementunwt be made forpufment before Small Sobeme Draws Every Saturday Jar preparations combiued. For sale at DR. JOHXBULL'S to be sold to satisfy writ according to law.1I.T.BLOCKER. Mareb1457 11Vermifuges CLOTHING.

dtljrery of work, through some House in thw place, Sarsaparilla Depot, in Louisville and New ShtriftJUDB

bM4ark*forTaUaha ee that j, far enough from Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. York. 27, 'S7. 2C-tf FROCKS, SactiL'anta and Vest-

Checks on New York remitted fur prreea. _- II A DOZEN Falm *tocks Virmifoge. latest styli.! A cb .'S5Sc1I4 *1ii
l Dr. John Hull's Just Received from N Y, OU lag from BrodJ portal &clattkO &* d
t e cannot ran afUr our Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages 48 McLanes8R 'I '

y uiuug j this Ptmt. Beiides, wb4iw Tickets to Compound Pectorial of Wild Cherry, a certain cure I FEW 1000 of those justlv celebrated H. SE- Jay net Tonic .McN 'r'.5-
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1eTedxt44 oat, T11 *: .barti to nuke them- ANDERSON
vitI i Dot they owe Macon oc Bavanimh, Ga. Lungs. A A I. C 0 24 Stmngs Vermifoe* Powder DICE.- U.

iPer&; zsho'idug PiizA Tk1cclaf J. F. Win.ter. 1 6dby! AMES A LIVELY Tallaliawec. few dozen GERMAN BITTERS.! Santonin, Worm Si Oil &e.AMPS. (i,, Ti- tieii aid 6 Pa.

DANIEL LADD ; Manager; will send them to us for payment 1 Priiiripnl OrTfce Ja'qiiavihk! nn < fccVin.k., BUTLER & DEMHAM 4 HVEL7II ...

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The Boiiiliaii -r& Journal.rr T3K; ,: .HOST FLIT. fttfKSL.'E': ('O'iS'UDSl1i { : ,._ f P.B.T3ttOKAW'S.- Important to Housekeepers.: : THOMAS WHITE, I Dr. McLANITSCELSDRATEIX-


pul,: i ccprL: : THAN THC CHH F :ST :
JAMCS: S. J ; MANUFACTURE of Pl iii and Fancy yER1JI1'tQS
ftNf' Kaxrna & 7ALLAHASiE;: FLORIDA.v. in nil kind &
j rU Jio tLu:. the JijtI t Tin Waics takes pk-aturo in informing the wtizon*
At Tc-. tjj pcTSi ea.r), ;n : #.' I v _rf-IE! Pro'rie"r wiiuld i: 1
I I'uoi&ted ;roky. for.t i nnl the j I Arthitfs Patent Air-Tight F of Tbllabasv and the curroundin outniry, that lie i* MVER'PILIiS.
unit all llmt wi 5. to putn-'jtz.* .
to on : ;
: .'F 1 tDoUr YMF. tn w prepared
CS AVERTtS. 2st-ec4i .
a. th.it b is M Milt his .
aid 7wiitottjuT hue thank.
FresI'tvils I
'S.p' prrtervinK )liii it hwiiKt of btu-mess. lie alsttnltm
On* sqn r* ::f J In. # ---r ies, fii l 'ns rti.-n, $1 00 1 | 4BEAVS- PTr"JUT cf :1 Le Ptesa I :Ir.rfe I' :.vk St. ;''. .' :.' '5r i '' n
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.. xjf r_ .. .-;- < : .c'.J.if.s I::? !' i-s. is aud
< -':: : 4at*it, i ijt.-; : uCOUNTERFEIT- it .re j : : ctintoraorsH. I? used in tr-o East and rcrthrn States Lift aeruon, liberal with which lie has Lgrctc.f1re teen
Ft.fstij r!i l Bu ? Cait' f rtit O }!. ..-.- Las at' cLei! l.. l. -- .ctsl.ki iovdB.c\-: the citizens of Tailuhnssca and patronage lie
T" cvntinuutiou ot eau.w
; :; : B1XK 'OLL.Pei.t'm v:1: \\xt introduced to fuvoicJ, and he h.-pes that a They are not
n1tfl.ATet. s"i"h 'j>. v. hoo tm ws..h.rve:: l.avo : Gfmin? Bil: in Existence, an.] i '.. -.:-.:'. v-k, II.Tit- sh'itii.c. : C.iui.i ewok i .
: :-.tiip1 j-r. \t 'I -r ofi. uvtiy i. mu : : the exclusive li ight to manufacture iu this vuiciisity fur will constantly keep on Land full supply of ell
.,frr'.tor' will be cor/.ir.e:t'ii ii< c'tztrgeJ ExLbihg! nt n g'f.i.re; t-Tory C a ur.tt-i- ; ti.f vi-iy: 1-i l :.iauaer: and with pion.ptut/ta: r.ud dis- the tominjf season. It is only) nejeswiry to call und sorts of Ware usually kept in nn establishment of his i as Universal
fit i 5i njrcun.ti- j jso .
: piUh.Nov. exmLJ.ine these articles and the recommendations of linv of business. A full nKsortnentfSh! t Iron,
t Certificates of pv.l.lic.ilicn of le al or w'-.to : iASraia'DCTECI\ON aini.rrtb"Hut REFERENCE is .-:. '.r-r :>. l-'SS._-14_ I the perrons who have used them to ba convinced that Sheet Load ; Lead Pii-ej, ; Sheet 7we. Ciaterw Pau\p I Cure'-allsj; but simply ftn-

notices will not be given until! the ad vntisir-g fee :apaid. :. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, (her urc the beet, most simple and economical article and a great many ether articles tee ituaerous to nantioo. what their

INTANfANEOUS j for the purpose ever offered to the public. They can name pur...
:7.- No Index tu evnn.ine No pages t' hunt GQ For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. be used by the moat unskilful person, withont the TO BUILDEKS. I

BLACKSMITHING !f I tip But so simplified and arranged, that the CO r I'qj Sub'ciiberlia9 just received n slightest risk of failure.p Tin Roofing, Guttering Copper and Tin Conducting ports. %

Merchant, Baiikcr and Basiuecs" Htu can sell alj Li very Hipe supply of (Cairiii cs.Hngiieg Purchasers arc supplied with a circular containing Tipes etc., all of which ha promises to do in the moil

I t a Glance. CO \y !. and llarnobs, which he o1Ter full and reliable directions for pulling fruits work-man-Iike manner and style, nail of the teat tnn I The VERMIFUGE for

r frtn ofJL BRflKAW for sale on the most reasonable term" I and tomatoes in those Cans, placing the whole process tend, on shortest notice and most reasonable tern:. I ,

FITTShavJBg 'ecuved dis1f It has taken yeais to make peif ct this O November 13. 1854. 46 conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper. Having been engaged for the last eight years in expelling Worms from

th 'ju'l'Tsignr ". ilifies his GREAT DISCOVERY. A large supply r! these Cans will be constantly kept business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend -
old customers and the | uMic gne.Iy, that he has i MILES NASH 6t CO. in store. IVi eons wishing to supply] themselves should himself further to the public a* regards I the human'system has

made arrangements w5'h) D. C. Wilson, by which he j The urgent ncc< ity f r such a work hashing Mj Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. apply iiumcdi.it'-ly, as I the fiuit sciuon s near at hand. I his capabilities ns a any mechanic but nt the same time hen ,
by him, under the j been felt by Commercial men. It has been pubj j All Cans sold nrc'imu'e' bv the tinderMijned nnd] war-
takes the shop formerly occupied > him with call work and also been
icciived Amu Xo\v Yuik bark U. 11 Onm- sur<>3 all that favor a good administered
firm of limbed to supply th# call for such a Preventive, ,M JUST per ranted sak'. WM. P SH'SSER.3t.iv .
and needs but to t>e known to be Universally t a general assortment! of articles in osr li'io. ; 22PianoFortes. chop price-.
M 31 l&Ctf.
Z. B. Fitts & Co P.trnnizcd. It does iii-ire than has evrr Iron at tl such in? Oils of nlmo-t eviftv kind, Bummer,% Fluid, Having removed from the old ftan-1 formerly known with the most satisfactory
I l tempted by mon. r It describe* BankNote White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window C.r.! ? ofbei ns WhiteA Sltnser, he will he found nt his stand corner I
done in
ill wok
their and is line now of bu prepared ijcss: %iz toexecute: I in three Different Languages, every 't quality Pctt v. Bru-ln's Potnh. Soda.; Spiihllti I I of 200 foot street, \fhere THOMAS he will be glad WHITE.to wait results to various animals
Gelatmo LOfliI1t2tuI.. French !h : all hit friends.
Brandy (\ < rv ?tl, S TE are prepared to furnish Piano : on
ENGLISH. FREXCH AXJ) MR MAX.
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Rc- g i for medicinal purposes, Spices, IVpper. Lt-nipn viup, Foite?, of the very best quality, Dec. 1,1855 43iMANUKACTUIlKK subject to Worms.
t7t pairing Carriages and li'iq f \ Tims Each may r-nd the same i ia hs: own N tive M Inks, Quiuinc, Puni'.ian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchi, upon ('"-must: liberal teires. |

gies, Plantation irork of $ Tongue. J <{'s.. itc., nod a ijemral assoittneiit t of Popr.lr.r Patent They: ire second to none iu any couiitry citherns fAui : 8LUSSJB, The LIVER
I Trn-1 he paperill be abott 23 by 42 j ji 'I'tlicne.Ve k. op noim but the very btst And to quality or pico. PILLS, foi
every ascription. i inches and will contain the nvst PciUct Bank 'i I II
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hope to merit vour patronage.: | Instrument will be warranted. 11I23eo: F'1 %.
Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing \Yagcnit I!I Nttu List P ihiih d. "** MILES; NASH, i CO. Every JULES NASI1 i CO. I OF CoPhUR/l'lN AiUIKON IfJIuT the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -

and Carts, Together will the rate of Discount. March 2?. IS..tJ. IS I 23,1S5C. 8 j
Also a List of O February W.u :. \'iio.i.ti.i: ANO RETAIL all BILIOUS
and iu fact every other hsciiption of w.ik made of I JAI-ANNIU DERANGEMENTS
..4Z1 tlc Pri-ate ZStinLtrs in Amcfi-'i. Corn and Cob Crusher DIALER IN PI.MN, FANCY AND
Iron and Steel, all <.f which we WARRANT, and pledge j UL1I11I14nfLS1'

ourselves to execute at the shortest notice. | A Complete Summary <'f the Finance of Euj / 1 IIANGER'S patent C-rn and Cob Cn: hcr I rtceivl COO Otsc-E SsiZpil Quinine, I WARE. SICK HEAD

II. B. FITTS.Feb. j I' rope Bnd Awiica will be publi-hed iu each ediH v:f i ha .; taken the Aijency for the sale of these biiprrior PU I'irr lira ml, together with a great variety ;i iofpureChcmiealfl. Stove !u"Icid-lnnrtcr?

14, IS.7. 7 ly ti<>n, together will all the Iiupoi taut news of the Sj (Cob Ci tiher uncqualcd it is Raid: ; to anv in AMES it LIVELY. i SPLENDID assortment Cooking Parlor ACHE, &C.Purchasers.

j (ISV." Also pjj I II the Co .11 try. A sk-ck of these Crusher3, will! be on Aprils, 1S5C. It 1 -1 and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatues

Notice. j INTERESTING STORIES hand: early tl'i is earning Fall. Price* v.*ry low, eonpi t_ and durability at reduced prices. will please

1ms made nrrnn einfuts with II | From an Old Manu cipt foun-1 in the Ett t, and '1 i kring great saving; in feed. 45 55 ?C5 cnoh Olive 67l7V Out: Door \Vo-k.
ff HE undersigned
where .lse be found. It has O for these fixe?. Prices umfoin throughout the county. SUPERIOR article for Table Jut t I be particular to ask for
_l B. Fitts trt take charge of his Blacksmith Shop no to never vet uppcared ue. re j Roofing-, Ornamental front Heads, Guttering, Copper -
For further *, call and examine for yurscl\
particular
sn'.icils. fir tie firm the in print, aud fuini-ihes the Most Comjjlcte _L. ccived by AMES & LIVELY.
and hand', and now patrousge and Tin Conduotin Pipes. Sheet Lf-ud, Sheet
soon as a stuck for a sample arrives. : Dr. C. McLane's
so Celebrated
of his oM customers. D. C. WILSON.Feb. i History of fii D. LADD. April., 2S5 14 Zinc, Lead Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work -

14. 1S5. 7 ly_ _ | ORIENTAL LIFE Newpmt, July 5;, 163G. 27 Flower Jars. i iV of every variety done at short notice. VERMIFUGE and

: and divcribcd the l't IViplexia Posiliot.s: in LARGE assortn.inti'f? Flower Jar, various Size City and Country merchants
DENTISTRY.DR. which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that Country White Pine Lumber. AIP invited to call befoie
_.E-_ % Just leCcived and for salt- by pectfully give me a pr.rfifi LIVER PILLS
T. J. CUR LEETTILL have b.-en so often jund. These yti'rie1' will AMLsTi 'I ii else'vhere.3f prepared by
Ojirovo ,} A :7i FEET] White'; Pino Lun.b.T, assorted, Mit- t LIVELY. )?
\ continue in future, the practice of DEN .. continue throughout the whole year, ant will V/ able l'>r Cabinet t Makei*. Sah aud Blind Milers Aprils, 1S3( 14 N. P. All articles manufactued from the very
> T T1STUY i'i South Georgia, and Middle uiA the Most KnterL-iining ever <'HVred to the *2 or Joiuers Woik. Not often sucli a lot for sale bet material and wnranted durable. No other arti '

East Florida. He has had several years practical experience Public. < bore. McNAUUlT OUMOND it CO. India Rubber Belting. i iA le will be offered ft ; fculo. Q kt'ntu1SOLE (
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in the profession, the last three of which has :: Furiji.-.h Weekly to Subset ilx rs M.ly at 5? Nov. S, '50. 45 : I October 20, 1S55. 42
LARGE{ SUPPLY of India Rubber of
Belting,
been in tbip scrtiiins of co'intry. His T iTr i is of !;< l a year. All Jettois must be addressed to 2 Pittsburgh
/JL two three and four warranted PROPRIETORS
ply fully equal
beautiful anJ uuiuLb clj inctcr and enti'Lctiouii JOHN S. DYE Hrokir. ; LIFE INSURANCE.
nx't Publisher 50,000 Havana Segars, to Leather, and 73 per cent cheaper ; hi fact conidercd !
g'-iaractted ia every atanee..ilI an1. Pif-piitlor} THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pa. and take
those tthu have tried! then
Lcath j
by ), f iprior to no
ommuucati- sn.t to Mosticello Fla, will ; 70 Wall Street. New Ywk. LL |''Crr'is who love to smoke good SEGA US ,
March er All MZ<:';, fzoii1 to 14 inches wide constantly i ion I I ACCOU'LATED C.I PIT..I..J I,<'00,00l>.
tluru!
veatter.ti. u i soon as previous cngagcinls: 21. 1S57. 12lGOODS 4 can Ciul together with Fotp.- ch"irc, Tirk : -
rep will : h ani 1 Spanish smoking TOBACCO at the Drug hand. by D. LADD. j I T IIIS Company iVnes policies on the lives of other, as there are various

parruit. \1EW Sto(. ,of AMES & LIVELY. () ,_ ._ 4 !I JL. White perrons for one or more years, or for the i iwl.ole

Nov. 20 lf-55. 48 Town Property for Sale. puiod of life, OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. I| other preparations now
R E r E R C E 8 : Dividuidi declared to the insured on poliele* issued .

;:!ON. J L. Sr.rAt 1 JOHN PBATOBIOTJS 1000 Pieces of Wall Papering. r J"HE underfijjned offers at private ale, the follow.L for life. j before the public -
Thornaevl ( ing described known the Jraiii Lot I' purporting
riropc-rty, aa *,
P- E. Lorn. PUNY FKFLMAX MORRIS F
Hoi'. received lar assoitment of : Actuary.- ANKLIX, Prts'l
1UST a a every variety M'Z : Lots Nos. :;. '.'5,27, :)'>, 4S. 1-U). Ill 14'_', 143, j I
IIt. S. DxLroars, ? oJ.ceLo, Fla. : MERCHANT TAILOR, t color and quality, Window-Papering plain j 144, 220, 227. 233. 23y,2tO. 211, 212, 213, 211 21.1. i 133 Applications received j ia Tallahassee by to be Vermifuge

IIoy.j.. W.C.E.McSntE.HAMILTON\ *f Dealer in Ready! Made Clothing and and figure Bordencg M suit all.McDOUGALL. i HOBBY.Nov. 248, 2-10,250,25-2, 253, 251, 25g. 257. 233, 2CS, all January 19, 1S56. B. C. LEWIS. and Liver Pills. All

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LauJcbn, in the original plan of the city Tallahassee.
( oL L. C. POPE. ( : Gentlemen's ruraisbinsr Goods. 15, 155C. 4o ALSO AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO
( M. VTniT SMJTU. Aliicatof. Fla. i others
EX. CAPITAL. . . . .?50i>,GO(.. in comparison
N. 35. a. f-ie. LE w.ll be iu Qaincy during t'e 4 -- ---4--------- Lots Nos. 1, 2, :D, 4, K, o, 7, i iu S. Coun'y qr. j jA I ,

S latter part of. tL prcscut week.Notice.. / a''i: noic receiving my Fall and Winlrr sup. A. B. CLARKE I. B O- ,t HE undersigned. Agrntof the above Company* with Dr. MCLANE'S
are
;;;. 1; will rt-ct-ivp application- and make insurance I ,
A1.ri ply (of C'hs, Cassimcrcf: li'stiiurs4c.., ofI now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of Lots N' s. 4. 12, 13, 13, 10, 22, 25, .1?, 40), 1. <"! again tl''ssby Fin-, on Brick and Frame Bufldiags, j worthless.

IS C'i.iu the South J County quarter. FurnitureMerchandize. Ac. !
suitable for
and I Good?,
Every Color: Slyle Quality
I The above described property fonwrly belonged J.-niuiiry V'. 18.5tI. 3 B C. LEV.'IS.
T ETTEUS of admbistration havii.g been granted ] w:2: to Gov. Brown. For furt'nT information nnd term*, The GENUINE McLane's
; : JLv tin* on th* lct oy < Jur.c, A. I). I57, by j which I am prepared to wake vp in the most which will be liberal, apply to A. Perry Aiuakcr, E*
S the lion. Jndsrecf Probate f'r tie; county ..f Len, 1lShiOflZ7)1C style, on short notice consisting in pai t of French nnd English Cloth, Ca. !imeies i- Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. : Ofard Brand v, Sparkhiru Cider, Vermifuge and Liver
ant Ycrtit. of all color and of the b OLD "
,' Slate of FloriJa. en the csUtc of ileuiu-tJa MatyCronm. stquality CHARLES P. MAXNIXG. Port, Old Port Juice

: oetrucds of whatsoever the mot reasonable terms and in the most I
; B. Croom. all debts and isturc ALSOA PERRY AMAKF.ll.I! I Shnry, Sar-lines. F
S Rgainst the estate of the sai j Henrietta Mary February 16, 1850. 7-tf Gi-la'irie. Preterved
FASHIONABLE Qutic ail
MANNER [
LAr.rn.vM) V.-JLL: siarrxri STOCK or Sparkling respectable Drug
( -'otn. dccr-nfed, which fliall! n>)t l lc exhibited to teas I Flavoring Kxtnict*, Pears,
.5 S I S'lmiuittrat-'i aforesaid wilhin tv.-o years as f re- READY-MADE CLOTHING, Together with a gcnnal a<>nrfment ofREADYMADE Cod"Liver Oil'. Yeast Pow.it-rs, T mnncd,, Stores.

scribed by ilw 'ltut < f the Stttc "f FluiiJa, iu uci CLOTHING, i I 0ive!
,
Ci-nsiftin" of5ev.rv suitable fir winter i PURE of the Ic-brated Brands" Ha Spanish Spree, 4
garment wear
ease rc ld -iJ pr.u i !_ 1 aiiU! frevcr afterward lx> that will with stock of Clothiri FRESH Corn .Starch. Pickles.
such as Cloiks. Talmas, Coat2. Vet.t Pant, Ac., tc, compare favorably any Claiki Of., ct Rusbt'.n'a.Fi'r I FLEMING BRO'S
ban<>J : and u-ilice is S.cnby ci'.cn to all credit";*, I exhibited} for sal in this city consisting of Vorceteihire Hn Salad Oil ,
ever i
which will bo diFpo ed of at 1-iw pnic.a I j Kile! by AMES i LIVELY :c ,
legatees, and p.-rsons cn'.itli'J! to dis'-iibutio'i! that Fine Black an-1 Colored CLth and Frock Coats English Mustard GO WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
\\ ->. l.irire lot of Plain; and F n'y Shirt, Cniirs! I Apiil3, l 56. 14 Capers, ,
their clams an'l! (iei: r.uds will be barred at the *:-xpi- Fancy Ca imere an 1 Beaver Frock a; d Business] J Claret, Cocoa,
1s1a.lii Ua'Uri! : Cravats, Stocks, Ilo-itry. .tc., d-". Sole Proprietors.IT .
nre.iiJ a1141 r.ctiec wii
rtifl fthe : ,
Coal", and Hearth AMES JL LIVELY.
Those 'It.t-lrinz out:-lit will ult their i : Drugget, Carpeting
} a thorough ':": ?
in hir iI4.r.of. tuiCES exaijtc.l '7jLl.:2 the ; Black and colored C.oth, Bcav and Pilot Over- I January f, 185B. IT ..1IP T>
GEO1GE A. CIUOM A.lznt'r.June i 3.n1. ,
S ti's have Wen elof-to'l with Mfi5th i ii S.ick Surtou, No. 111. Chrt rs St. X w Or' n .
gn--it oaic.
a
f. 37. 23 Cm i special v iew t to their adaptation to this market. lLane! Black and Fancv Doc.-ki-i and CassimerePnnt. ; AFINC] LOT Brussels two and threo PI v Wool ; ORANGE SPRING General Wholesale agent fur the Southern St&tfi, t

: October 18, 1S5S. ly-12 j Ab.u', a few pieces WiK.l anti Cotton | S whom all orders mutt l be addressed.
Notice, J Best Grenadioe. Barathea, Satin nail Cloth! Yste, j do., and tuic Hearth Ittigs and Drugget, for salf ris )ht i iRt Male & Female Seminarv.rr Sold by Ames A Livelr E. Barnard. Jr Mil

T ETTn: ? of ilmrnijt'slbavin! : ? been grantoioaii Fancy Yflv, (.'.i=*inMe, Silk r.d:: Cashmore do., D. LADD. I 't Nash i'Co., Tallabn see* Ila. : J. S. M. DtriiooQnincy
S
_IA t., m .> I.-t diy of Jun 1 57, by: the II n. GAEDEHSEE D S Whitf Sk! .!o.. NVvp.rt, Oct. l18.JO., ; -12 J->HE situation of this Intitutif.n is at one of the ; Gardner i Mill,. Newport ; TV. T. Carpets

.Judze f Probate f'r the cur.ty < f LOJH. State < f OROWTII] ('F IfI''?. (;t-nt" Shawl-. Ir.-itm.r UJji <. Floe Shiits! Sik: ( finest: Sulph'-.r Spring" in the ountrv, ant! is noI I ter it "Co, Waukecnah : Moiety & Pope. Madison

44 Fln-ihi., on the estate < f WilJiar.i Henry CHKCU, dceid ?- "I "E i 'vo--.ll "ali the :ittP"i"U (.f "ur fii.nJail Colton atid Merino Und! rcljitCaut'j -. l Notice, mrpa 3fd fur health.hours It n easy of access .W steam ( Palmer it: Bro, Monticello S. Pulesten. Montictllo
boat id I few
iafaiit i fa ff the L.tc HaiJy I). Crvm, nil! Flannel and Jea'H: Drawei" :a> n staging. i: W. R .pers it Cbattahwchee; Baltzell A WH s
the the p Mic gnr.sv, *'> "ur present Large nr..l c:: 'IX:: il.-r.lbs: rtfK1- -U'LI: I-hall: prc-. nt ry fi.id; ..ici i The Principal with experience of twcntv year?. '
'Jf-nia'jds cf hatsr-cver nature Marcmna "ich.Ion it Zeiirler IJaiibriJgeG
.
eii selected AFS> ilment of -/lJ4'sio--- | O:: i.nd vuiirhiM U Ii IfiF1. Jii and aided uf assistant will d- ;
'o e of Pi by a
c'nd > >; o- corp competent : Thomasvill,
estate of i *aiJ V"m. Henry Crooin, utct-fist-j, wLich I). H. Dickinson, Bi.mbrklge ; E. Seixas,
shall ij--t lw cx'Jbilcd to"rcc r.s adxialslraJfr zLrituil ;, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. A pcnrril n'-uituv nt of Fatifyin: 1 lack; Silk and] bit: c.f J efTiTSi''!! < i>;!iity. :ia executor of the t.-tatu of vote his whole lime to the iiar rovt-iiifnt of his pupils j P.a.
Rolrt ii. Junes', 1'itc >f faid county S.itin Tics and Ciava Coll-ii! polnred and
the .
witLUi t\vi scars ?.s prescribed by stat itef t t'-okf. February ei, 1537. S-ly
O.r. Saei r.rc pr-vjrf-d from a Cld! Climate, and] FIT
a-k "aid 12 !
1S57.
for from pnrtKTlnr Wie3.
n discharge j
the St-.te .f I'viiua. 'n such ca.e male nt-J prI.icd, xihit1 Kid and iiilk Gl'ivt.?, Bijck nud Lisle 'i'lircal exeeuterhip. j
S i-c -r Ji-.13y will il'iuti-ii lh<; btttr ia a waimer one, R. < !
: ROBERT D. ANDIR) : ON.Nov. P'iru
c-j JOHNSON" Ext'r.M.irch .
j il- La.lies Gautitkts Linen ('aribric aitul l ; ipit. e ctoTALLAHASSEE.
fchr.ll fi revr tfurwarJ be baire J ; nud notk-e i is hrobv >, Eupciior >si
tirli as <'i. 1 s.TJg' Call caily or ?'-nd your order?, 1 J, 37. ll6mFairbank's 2'J, 1355. -IS
iven to all I ere J.tors Icjateis, an-1 perslni t-n'i- that vi-u i.jv.f.ire: the -ritie' you dear.Mfci '-. Silk Handkerchiefs, Uro'vn an 1 Fancy Cotton? Lie! I FLORIDA,
llVl't their claims and man-is Thrf- 1 nnd Marino HI.M-. it-v ic. AND
tributlon, that j .\ :; A LIVELY. a CALL I
the cf.-rcfaid BUY. Ferry Lumber."T Wholesale and Retail Dealtrt in
will be bit rc-1 ct the txpl'sticn period Jiiiaary Tl, l.7. oTHEOTTGllN .

udess exhibit! within the same, nn 1 this notic- .'] j October lp. I'j'-. 42Notice VJ h1'UAL ill on the Oelocknee River near the Geor- | \ ? 1 M have on h-ir.'! Fiver Six hun.lrrd lhoisanT ; ; DRUGS AND MEH6CINES.

be pleaded ii; bar Ihc-recfi. T feet "f ofv1 SfA'. Nrn Lrvrct.! of shi'!!
every
O
jru line formerly known as the Lynn Ferrv, being I
GEORGE A. CHGOM, AJaifi. i 48 HOUSE n>w chnrtrrctl and well vatabli hvd ; aol having atuw I cripti'-n, which will b<- deliver i.-i Tallaha low.- Perfumery, DyesturTi, Surgical Instrument,
Windows
June C. '07. Those wishing Lumber address Cfiitrevillf. I Spices, Snuff, Glass, Painti,
can at
i33xaNotice. us
: QIX month; after duto., I shall n-csent my fi.d:: r.c- j and exr-llent Ferry Boat ten feet wide and fifty Bills sawed at *hoi t notice. : Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
wg > J C.-nnts: ind vouchers to the liva.Judsje Probate j jI.ir f'-et l long; being comnpfcutly nnd constantly attended, and Glass Ware. Patent Medicines,
A. R. COMBS A CO.
I Jeff.-r>r.n county, r.s ;aJsnini!! trr.tor of the c-ttate of j the utulcitinned wyuhl iCs pcctIuly I inform nil who 27 1854. Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies

I' LL persons hating deraauds against the cf.latc ofJL t1- A l-'s B. Lord, lat of sail l county, c'cconse'U'J:!' afc" wi-i! to cross the River that they can cross nt FuirbanVs Sept. 80 and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal,purpose,,

William Diiggar, floxastd, late Leon county, tt for a discharge fioin sail 1 :iilmiiii'>trntfirhip.Vr. [ rtii'J; i11 ttit times with ease and safety wheth.r Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles,

_ are notified to rrescut thr'ii to the ucutr.-gtf-ci alrniuistrator .-.5 -- t. .. \ U. LOUD, Ad-ntV. I Ij tl.c water is hi''li or lovr. Notice.Ix Garden Seeds Fine Harana Segarg.

_ wilhin the time prefciibed by law, or Milton and Chattahooch'-c, j Ap51 11, '57. 1" Cm j HARRISON FAIRIUNK. months! after date, I will present to the Hon They have recently received a Laig and Fusk
they will be lam-d ; and those indebted are Jan. 177. :SC'1 :; of articles
requested -- I Probate Court of Leon eouuty my accounts and snip,;of every vaiiuty usrwlly kept brdrupsjists.
_ to make pavwent immediately. U. S. Mail Line Nails vouchers as AdicfiiUtralor of the estate of Matthew Planters and Physicians will swa\t find

JAMES DUGGAR, Adisfr. I Dr. P. P. LEWIS J. Allen, ihcea'ed, and ut the same time apply for a at this establishment a full upi-ly ererythinij us.
July 4, '57. 3cmi---Vcj ] -f A A KEGS nrtorte-J NAILS, fjrsale i-i lots,
rlLSJI ; final discharge from the further administration of said ded, and on the most liberal terms
fjeavfs Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 JWJ to CASH purchasers at rrduwl jiii.-f=. bv YES notice to his fiiends and pat -\ estate. R. G. ALLEN. Orders from the Country promrlj0filled and satisfie
I.C. WILSON.
>- Notice.SIX 1 7 S ions that he is now in possession of i Feb. 14, '37. 76mAdministrator's tion guaranteed, with regard l*>tli prices and quill
0 (f., iZ. May 23.: 57. 21Notice all the latest DcntiaI I "
w'- :ks frnn date, I will apply to the lIc.iora.t improvements tj. Physician's presonptinti arefnlly com pounc'ed.Also.Epping's .
t Judge of Probate Jefferson county, forletI I /.caris Cha'aho'chec Tuesday's and Satur t try. l.-t, The extraction of Tteth, without producing i Notice. compound Fluid Extract of Eucha

ters cfadmiuifti alien on the estate of 1*. IJ. Hogan, day's after the. arrival oj thr. Steamer fron pain, l by the aid of a local application, which consists Jan 5, 18516s

deceased,.late raid count Apnlac'hieola? i.idlhr r.from Tallahasscr in aj'l'l) i":. an artificial frcf zing nii ture to the purta j SIX mouths afterdate I will present to the Hon. Pro
.5 J.P.GR.tN1IIAM. C.iix Months nfU-r date, the undersigned administrator until fully in-numbed. 2d, The immediatentsertiou of 'I Court of Gadsnli-n county, my account and Farm
1 :a., and Hainlridgc, Ga., J of the estate uf Lewis M. Saunders, dfcea'cd. Turpentine for Sale.
4uly4T57. 1--c. .1 Temporary Set, on Gutta Percha, which can be vuucheis a administrator de lionis non of the state
IN GOOD TWO-HOUSE HACK! t late of Lu-ji foonty, will made his fifial exhibit t" worn with comfoit, awl case till the Gums are fally Jamei Poiudcx'er, deceased, and nt the same time I Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, together -

I the Jud"C of Prob.i'e if said conulv. and ask to bedi > for a Set then inserted for linal fiom the further administration with a small farm and impiovamenU aid
Notice.SIX f t 'HIS Line is now in first rate order. The nholeJ prepared permanent ; on apply a discharge ,
Stock has beta renewed, with"new and cnmfor- char ed.) JOSEPh B. jCHUISTlE[ Aduil'rApillS'o7 that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are of said estate. hUDSON MUSE. will be Bold at a bargain inquire of

months afterdate, ibe undpiwgned will preI I table! IIa'-k Th'; Drivers are can-fill mber nuilcoinrnodatin. swl ; 10-Gm so much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, and Quincy, Jan. 17 '57. S-6ui JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLET.WnVulla .
$ nt their nceminta and voucheis to he Honorable cleanliness. Fla., October 4, 1856. 40
S l A liberal allowance of Liggage alI perfect
JuJpe cf Probntc for the County of Gadet! ask for a final settlement! utid di (iarge from the adrniiiistratiixi passenger. *. I
of the t-ttate of Cotnelius Eiiglish, late of Alvin 5I.y, ) Altnchm"nt.rs. Joseph) N. Whitner and I In Leon county, Insolvent Estate Notice.
Damages, *500.E. .
said deceased to hw.ft. AGENTS : r Eveline Hume William! Hume
I eauntv. according f
| STATE OF FLORIDA )
:. S. GailLml, ) Sum Swom, 101. 8.
JOHN G. SMITH, 1 At J'ilton, JAS. A. CtAr>ic, Months after date, the undersigned will present and Jessie Hume, infant heirs !I Middle Circuit. JEFFERSON COUNTY, f
cle boiiis SIX
WM. IL GUNN. non. I Geneva. Ala., W. D. iluxnoi; ""PHE Def'-n.laut and all others interested, are hereby final account anti vouchers as administrator on of Jesse Hume, deceased. J JIT

i July 4. 1657. 27-6u Campbehou, J. W. SMITH, L notifiod of the commencement of this suit, bv the estate of Win. LafToon, deceased, late of Leon appearing tu the Court by affidavit of B. F. 1 T7M. H. ANDREWS, sheriff and admitiatratorT
Hariaiii\, W. Nicnou, attachment, returnable to Fall Torn of the Court, and ask to bo dischatired.JOHXC. T ex cffieio, of the estate of David Woolf.late of
county, Whitner that the said! inf.int defendants
Esq.
Notice.SIX And to and plead to the flame. Jefforsou county, deceased has filed in the Probate
I Chr.t-: :!.i.yl.ce D. COLSO.V.i9SCjgew appear :: CHENSHAW. Admt'r.In Eveline Hume, William Hume und Jesie Hume, reside -
office of Jefferson
\ can be taken through with certainty, JOHN WEST, Clerk.Mavlfi'C7. of his wife LEONORA P. CaENSAinv. I county a written aaggection that
right
months after date the undf=ignod niliuiuttrn- beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and beyond
J 20-3m he believes the estate of David Woolfe to h*insolvent.
of the titate James W. Strange, deceased, security, and vth cotnfoi March 14.37. ll-6m the limits of this State, but within the United States : Thereupon, notice is given to all persona having

_ late of Gadsuc-u county, will present bis fijal accounts! j I GEO.D.riSHV.R and New Books. I It is ordered that said di-fendants appear and answer claims against said estate to appear and file the sans
iefor Contractor
_l to the Judge of Probate of tuid county i.kd nsk to baAdin'is. iJ 'i7. Propi IP-lf: Livery and Sale Stable the bill on or before the first Monday in October next, with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or before
May ,
discharged tlierefrom. j received, a large assortment of otherwise the Complainant's Bill shall be taken as the 12th day of December next, when tb ro will
undersigned gives notice -
JUST
E. S. SUEPARD, A-Jni'r. p Books, wmprising J_ that he has confessed : Provided, That this order be published be a pro-rata distribution of the funds txlooging to

1 July 4,_1857. 27- laances, with all the rt-ci-nt mbl'ntliuims: the Biiid rule day in October, in some newspaper pub time the said William H. Andrewa will for his
"PIlE HOUSE heretofore Jnwn: ns I William H. Newsom, ia Tallahassee,together with the apply
S. Marshal's Sale. Jiansrofl's and Ilildreth's United States. lished in the City of Tallahassee. final from the administration of said estate.
I
_ I the Georgia House, late JIcBaiu'a good will of the establishment, and that he ia now discharge
BY virtue of several wilts of fieri facias, issued Hotel, will continue open for the Motley's History of the Dutch Republic' ,just pub prepared to carry ou the business in all its hrhnche-1, Ordered at Chambers, this the twenty first day THOMAS J. CHACE,

from the Cluks office, at Tallahassee, in the reception of persons traveling by public J' lished. und promises the public with good accommodations of May, A. D. 1857.J. Judge of Probate.

_ United States District Court, for the Northern District or private conveyance through Thomnsville. It is Allison's Continuation of the History of Europe, I in his line on reasonable terms. WAYLES BAKER, Juije. March 7, 'fiT. 10-9m

-- of Florida, wherein O. Boydcn
A March, and others are plaintiff?, and Emanuel M. desiring genteel nod oomibrtablo accommodations, Abbott's and Scott's Napoleon Bunapaite; Tlieirs' B Jamea T. Herrictj u my duly authorized Notice.SIX

Fraleigh is defendant, I have levied upon and v.-ill may rely upon her best cffoits to pleaec.C2T French Revolution; Gibbon's Home; Hume and Macaulfj's agent, and has entire control of tho business, repreecnting Notice.QUX S .
for pale nt public to the.highest' bidder England, 2rd and 4lh volumes; Ilolliu's Ancient months after date the will
expose outcry : Situated at Limo South end Jefferson St., me as fully as if I was personally present. 'x Months after date I shall final undersigned prtaaat
present ac
_ on the first Monday in August next, between the Thomasville, Geo. History; Thiriwahl's Greece; lio'utaon's' works; RICHARD SAUNDERS.Sep. ( my accounts and vouchers to the Judge of Pro
counts and vouchers to the Hon. ot Pro
hours of ten and two o'clock, before tbe Court-house Slay 1657. 20SmMuUet. Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella, Mexico, Peru, C, 183C. 36 Judge bate for the county of Gadsden and ask for a final
bate of Leon executor of the of
door, in the town of Quincy, Gadsden county, the following Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Russell's Modern county, as estate settlement and discharge from the administratorship
John Ccok deceased, late of said county, and ask to
described property to-wit: one likely negro Europe; Uallam's Historical Works; The Works of William Budd, Administrator of" of the estate of Wm. P. Larb'ns. late ofaatfootintf

scmau named Tilde, aged about forty years. Levied Lord Bacon, Addiaon, Goldsmith, Irving, Scott, W. C. Miller, deceased,and in his be discharged.' TUOS. J. ROBERTS, Ext'r.April deceased. THOMAS SCOTT, AdmtV.

_1 upon ns the property of said .Emanuel M. Fra 1 BBLS. MULLET, for sale nt a reduced price Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington, Spark's Washington own right and in right of his wife, 5 18, 57. 16-6m Jan 24, '57. 4- m

leigh, and to be said to satisfy said writs of fi. (a. accordinr 1O by D. C. WILSON. and Ilcndley's Washington; Chamber's Miscellaneous as heirs at Law of Elizabeth _

_-_-_ to law. May 23, '57. 21 Writings in 10 volumes library style ; Miller, deceased, In Chancery Circular Saws. I Notice.ALL

E. E.BLACKBURN U. S. Marshal, Chamber's Cycl-jpcdia of American Literature, in 2 V3. In Madison Circuit t GRIFFITH'S, and HOE GO'S .
JOHN SMITH Marl volumes, just issued, containing an account of the \\7ELCH jt having demands against the eatati *f
By G. Deputy NEW CARRIAGE'SHOP.ff John L. Miller. Administrator, of Court. V I Circular Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, con persona
literature of from its to the Hazzard late of Gadod county deceased -
_1 -July -1/37. 27tdtNotice. our country discovery pro- Elizabeth Miller, deceased, Alexander stantly for sale at a commission manufacturer's ,
HE undcrsigmed begs leave to inform the ,citiJL sent day, with a Memoir of the Authors und extracts P. Miller. Thomas J. I prices, by on D. LADD. will take notice that they must present them

zeus Tallahassee and vincinily, that he has from their writings. The best book of the kind ex- Miller, Elizabeth C. Milllcr and Newport Deoernbor 20, 1856. 51 to the undersigned duly authenticated withia the Um

HAVE this day associated With me in the mer opened a carriage shop in this pJfloo joininglJrokaw's tant. Wm. J. Miller. prescribed by law, or this notice will b# plead in bar
I Simm'a Border Stories and Romances off heir and all indebted to said
cantile busineses Nephew LAFAYETTE HKIRKSEY. Revolutionary appealing to the satisfaction of the Court that In Leon Circuit Court. I recovery ; person
,
my Stables
Lirery
in Statesman's Manual IT I notified make imooediaU
Bets ; ; History of the Alexander P. estate are hereby to payment
Miller Thomas J. Miller, Elizabeth II
Tbe business therefore will be conducted hereafter in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner, Republic; Webster's and Calhonn's Work's, complete, C. Miller and Wm. J. Miller, are non-res"ideuts of the Daniel K. Granger and James I thereof o the undersigned.

under- the name end style of James Kirksey
and fortbe prosperity of the New House I bcppeak line, at the shortest notice and on the most Blank Books nod Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal It is therefore ordered, that said defendants trading, appear Sum to $275.
and Account Gold and Steel Pens with and tfrorn June 6'M. 288wNotice.
Gamble
Paper ,
a continuance of tbe patronage heretofore on the REASONABLE TERMS, ; to and answer, plead or demur to said Bill, on or before 17. Damagfi, |500.
Old.Bouse liberall/ bestowed by friends and without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visit the first Monday in November next, otherwise TS.of .
_ fhecommunity eo generally JAMES my KIRKSEY. such M carriage painting and trimming; ranking new ing and Flaying Cards ; '. Ledgers Journals, DayBooks the Bill shall be taken as confessed against them. Thomas P. Randolph. .

JuljllE57. 27 buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Having Records and Pas-Books, and every article And it is further ordered, That A copy of this order rpHE Defendant, and all other persona interested,
_ usually found in our business. JL notified A LL persons baring demand again tie sitats
procured a first rate be published in a printed in Tallahassee I are hereby of the institution of the above
Nov. 16. McDOUOALL i HOBBY. newspaper Xof Tboma Sander late of Gdd onn$y.
46 Florida suit by attachment, and are required to and *,
S Notice. Carriage Painter and Trimmer, once a week for four Months. Fed appear
deceased will that mot present
notice tbfT
take.
at Chambers this 8th day of June 1857. plead to tIle declaration filed therein. ,
ALL person banns demapdt against tbe estate ot from New York, the undersigned i.s prepared to do Notice. J. WAYLE3,BAKER COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Cl'k. them to Iho nnderngned VWy iutS Jiie id r '
Judge. '
,WvDeWiUjdtfXeaserl, late of Jefferson this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it June I IS57. 24 April, ISSI. 14-4m the lime prescribed by Jaw, or tin cth* 'wPi b
coubl/, nre notja.2 to prefer.them v the undersigned cm be done at the Not th. S IX Months after data the undersigned administratrix -1m plead io bar of tbetr-recorery J and all psflOP1.t

administrator, witbio; ; the time prescribed by law, or All those who have this kind of work to do, and of the estate of Chailes S. Sibley, deceased, India Rubber Packing. | dobted to said etat* are hereby ooti *d (0 i .im

they-will be barred ; iud all $Jebtcd are requested wish it done iu a manner that \rill not fail to give late of Gadsden county, will present her final account Burning Fluid mediate payment thereof to the m2lsd.rsIgnIb

to mnk payment immediately. i atisfaction, would do well to call on to the Judge of Probate of aid county, and ak to be INDIA Rubber Packing of all thicknesses, from 3- ikF JL SUPERIOR QUALITY,jurt reesived and JAMBS.M. SMITH, Sb'Usi,&

: JAMES DtWITT, Admfr.Jnijr WM. KCHNS. diebarg! MARY D. G. SIBLKY, Admfx. i inch eoni.tnntlv on hand at P. LADP. J for sale bj AMES A LIVELY. I 1 fxdBere

: -w Mi: 2, '57 18 June !0, '*7. :b-Ln Newport, Oct. 1?, 1854 4 January Jl, 1157- S Jane 'o;. :3 Iw

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