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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 25, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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r, (tabs. For Floridian t Jou, al. I VOLtTF.n TOASTS. CurIosities of Electricity. the lightning constructs when it falls upon a The Overland Route* to California' .'

r l1r Jroff5st0nQl The Illicanopy Fourth of July Colebra- I By G. ,V. Means-T. C.Vebh, Reader: The peculiarities of that terrible but my. gilicious spot, by fusing! the sand. They may WASHINGTON"*Jtii*,; :a: .,
lion and Barbecue. lIe read the noblest uninspired instrument of be called casts of thunderbolts. In some
tetiousngent, lightning are made the subject The Postmaster-General, with tho appro
: E. BARNARD Jr. Having witnessed the of American record and read it with the spirit of hillocks of sand in Cumberland, England,
anniversary writing on an inleiesting) paper in a recent number
bation of the f resident, has selected the following -
these hollow tubes have been found from one- ;
and the the British
of
understanding.By
independence for and having Quarterly Review. Two cloudsare
TilE
WILL CONTINUE many years -
B. Lutner'"-The Orator of tho Day : not for the production of fiftieth to two inches in diameter, tapering route for conveying.jhe! O.rerland I Mail.

necessary lightning
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESSAT participated in many barbecues, and in !May the wreath he has woven in honor of which is frequently discharged from a perhaps to a mere point. The entire extent to California, namely, beginning at St. Louis.
AT THE: OLD TAD, SIGN various places, we think it no presumption to of the tubes be feet but
of thirty they usually -
this day, revive tho patriotic spirit our an- solitary clump of vapor, when a connectioncan may and Memphis, on the Mississippi. Hirer t

say that we know something about such mat cestors, and instil t'.ose virtues! which hive be established with the earth. A French separate into numerous branches, and thence forming a junction at Little Rock .
it ters. It luck to be Micano for happiness and our proud academician have the appearance of the skeleton of an inverted "
OF THE MORTAR, was our good at wrought us our named Mnrcoile describes! a
the nations of tho world. tree. They are lined with glass, as Arkansa! ; thence, in the direction Preston
py on the 4th inst., and we design no flatteryto ascendancy among case where a mere cloudlet about a foot anda
G. VV. Means-Dr. J. A. Stewart, the half in diameter smooth and perfect as if it bad been made in ((9 the Rio Grande, jit the mopt suitable cfps- .
l Corner of Clinton and Monroe streets,TaUll1&a8ce.J the good people of that place and its vicinity By killed a poor woman: by
January 19, 186.CoPartnership. 3 J Marshal of the Day : The ability and activity dropping a thunderbolt upon her head. It a glass hotue. sing,of that River, to Fort,Fillmore, or fljn-

J by saying that wo have never partaken displn) ed in the performance of his duties has been shown by Faraday that the electric na Adna. j thence along tho New River, now

Notice.rpHE of a better dinner, or witnessed a more or- reflect credit on himself, while they givo entire fluid contained in a single flash might, perhaps The Welsh being made uuder direction of the Secretary

undersigned! have this day entered into a co- deily or better conducted. celebration. Tho satisfaction to a'.l'! present. be supplied by the decomposition of On the cccasion of the laying of the cornerstone
J_ partnership in tbeWHOLESALE P. Jordan Hon. M.\ S. Perry : Anew of the Interior, to Fort Yuma) th no? hyjhe:
E.
By one grain of water M. divided
audience was large, though there were two n one. Arago has of a Welsh Church in Philadelphia, a
&, RETAIL Broom cean.! the best passes through\ I bett.yajlcystfor safa.
sweeps lightning into three sorts. The
other celebrations within the-distance of I few since the Rev. Nathaniel West D.
:DRUGaU8JJ.TESS: :: :: :' By G. Leitner-Florida : May\ worth, character first includes those where the discharge days and expeditious! staging to San.Franeisco.. .- ,

under the name and style of twelve miles. The declaration was read by and prosperity, ever attend her rising:: like long luminous lines bent into angles appears D., delivered an addiess in w-Lioh ho fully Tlia( pQohn..t ...G n..al.. writ tit a j>pyr.ba-,

AMES&LVELV.! ;Mr.\ T. C. Webb, and it was rend In an able institutions ; stability her laws, and the glowof and zig-zags, and varying in complexionfrom sets forth tho claims ot the Welsh people to tion of the President, 'has- given the contractto

and impressive manner* The Oration by honor, the beauty of temperance, and the white to blue, purple or red. This kindis the consideration of their fellow-citizens. John Butterfleld, William B. Dintmore,

will be to their friends i light of knowledge and refinement continueto known as forked lightning, because it lIe said
: pleased sea Mr. J. J. McDaniel, was concise and elegant occasionally :
> William G. James V. P. Gardner
at the old st.mdof D.n Amu, spread and deepen in the minds and hearts divides into two branches. Char- Fargo, ;
and well suited to the occasion. After the The Welsh people deserve sympathy and
,; itTIIEY they will keep a full and general II of her citizens. pentier relates a case where a flash severed from all citizens of this city Marquis: S.,Kenyon and,. Alexander Holland:

busineEs Articles D.appertaining II. AMES their oration the regular toasts were readthirteenin ByJ. Crankfield-Florida : The land of into three folks, each of which struck on and encouragement I will undertake to show this in my own of New York, and Hamilton Spencer: offlli-!!. .

ne of !! M. LIVELY. number, and then the volunteer toasts were Long Staple Cotton. points several hundred feet apart. Still more way. Wales, a principality of England, i h nois, at the price of five hundred and ninety

.lantiaryllS$6. 1 read, to some of which happy responses were By J.L.Cooper-The prosperity Florida: numerous' furcations have been reported ; for situated on the western side of that kingdom.It five thousand dollars for semi-weekly service,'

made several Tho May she not follow but lead other State, it 13 said that during a tempest at Lander- is 1'20 miles and 80 miles wide. It
by gentlemen present. long the lowest bidders and
MILES$ NASH & CO. And open wide her natural gates; neau and St. Pollde Leon, twenty-four churches : contains 15,123] miles has twelve they being as they
pleasing announcement was then made" that And do many things that will ne'er be forgotten, were struck, though only three distinct square coun- will perform four hundred miles more service
ties-six of them called North Wales and six
And rain lots of hogs and long staple cotton. :
DEALERS IN dinner was ready. And ready it was in
claps were heard. This was eight churches than the other bidders proposed. .
named South Wales. It is the Switzerlandof
Dr. J. A. Stewart-:\[. S. Perry, Gov.
By
PAINTS great abundance, and handsomely served apiece for the three explosions. 1 I '
up '
DRUGS, Switzerland in extent is
Florida An honest and fearless England. equalto
elect of : patriot .
The Monument.
Tho second class of differs from Clay ,
under the superintendence of one of Micano- of his honors. lightning Massachusetts and New Hampshire-all
MEDICINES B OILS he is worthy country's the first in the of surface over which The monumcnt Henry Clay, about to.
? range but than
418 miles. Wales is
py's most esteemed citizens-Mr. John II. By F. E. Cam-Hon. D. S. Walker : A square larger
the flash is diffused, and !is designated as sheet be erected at Lexington, Ky. emetP.ry, is to
Massachusetts 325 miles. It is
The table about 200 feet in of and Crittenden, by squa e
inform their friends and the publicths Cosby. length, worthy compatriot Clay
TTTOULD Sometimes the be hundred and feet with
it
lightning. simply gilds one eight high, a
mountainous but fertile abounds with cattle
\V hand assortment oft work of God. .
have : a good uc tho noblest
they : on first filled entirely by the ladies, and-really I an honest man of tho cloud whence it subbase after the of the Wash
articles!! as are generally kept in their line of business Dr. G. B. Payne-Xewnansville: The edges leaps; but at grain, minerals, and has many rivers. Its I style proposed
By
and ttill be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Theii was glad to see so fine a table for guests so site of Alachua she others it floods with a lurid radiance, or else population are ancient Britons; their lan : ington Monument, which it ,somewhat resem

... terms!shall be reasonable. fair. Mutton, beef,pork,ham and eggs, fowls, ancient life and County and may where suffuses its surface with blushes of a rosy or guage is unchanged. Tho Romans: could bles. The foundation of solid limestone masonry -.
awaken to new energy ;
9th 1853' 14.
Tallahassee April violent hue. forty feet and fifteen feet deep.
; potatoes, cucumbers, squashes, tomatoes, there is unity of thought, there will be unityof not conquer them. They are famed in all square
Tho third class of remarkable has been laid in hydraulic cement three
MEDICAL NOTICE. lightnings are civilizde nations for on
daring, industry, pure religion
melons, etc., etc., prepared in various ways action. for their eccentricities, and have been feet of concrete or macadamized stone. Sur-
0- and ardent love of civil and
The religious
J. :McDaniel\ South Carolina :
to suit varied tastes, filled tho lengthy table By J. made the subject of considerable attention mo-inting the whole is to be n bronze statute
Their number in this is
Robertson & Bond old Mother State that has given so many liberty. country a-
:i Brs from end to end. Nor did the animals and good and fair daughters among meteorologists, many of whom have bout 75,000. Of this number a fair portionare of Henry Clay eleven feet high. Tho mate*:

formed a co partnership in the practic of Terra Firma alone furnish the of her enterprising sons denied their right to be treated as legitimate: residents of this rial of which the monument is to be composedis
HAVING vegetables Florida who has them as her city.
the cit. adopted
profession! offer their services to to ,
I. differ from the limestone tested for
lightnings, they so widely or- a magncsian durability,
izens of Tallahassee nndUeurrounding country. supplies of the occasion. The domain of Their patriotism is almost proverbial. The
sort of flashes. exhibit them free-stone color and brilliant .
Bet dinary They light sustaining a
W Office over the Store lately occupied by own.By Helvenston Tho Mothers of
ton d t;; Higs. Neptune had been invaded, and from tho waters George and selves as balls or globular lumps of fire-not signers of the Declaration of Independence, polish.On .

Feb. 28, '57 9.tf of a neighboring lake, clear and beautiful the Revolution : Whose virtues courageous momentary apparitions, but meteors, which of Welsh birth or extraction, are as follows : the foundation is I first to be erected the
zeal contributed in the consummation -
-b an abundant supply of fish had been taken largely it take their own time, and travel at a remarkable :\lass.-Samuel Adams Welsh origin. base of the monument, forty feet square and,.
the celebrate ever
Dr. Miles H. Nash, which the fairer sort discussed with a be their of event chief we ambition, may to imitate rate. It is this incelerity which gives John Adams It thirty-five feet high, of neat work, Egyptian,
daughters
OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SEE VICES TO THE CITIZXXS OF them their doubtful character, as an electrical R. I.-Stephen Hopkins ICConn. order. The stereobate" will contain, in thef

TALLAHASSEE AND SCRROUXDISGCOCNTET. right good relish. their bright example. bolt is supposed to be one of the leading .-W m. Williams. front, a crypt ol robbed stone, a vaulted

OFFICE with Dr. :M. Nashimmediately eastof the As is my practice, I must say one or two By J. Ferguson-The Union : As long as emblems of velocity. Among other anec- N. Y.-Win. Floyd chamber, twenty-six feet by eleven and a

things last which should have been first. she deserves the name and no longer. dotes related of this kind of lightning, is the Francis Lewis half feet, entered by an iron gate, to be paved .
and
!!Ij 19 1855. I 20 Early in tho morning, the Marshal of tho By C. W. L. Stanley-Newnansvillo cf which following incident which occurred to a tailorin Lewis :Morris with polished Italian marble, in which are to

Micanopy : May the terms amity the Rue St. Val de Grace about be the remains of ,
ina
i-i Jacques, Penn.-Francis deposited Henry Claj ,
R. BERRY day, Dr. Jas. A. Stewart, accompanied by a has ever characterised the intercourse between Hopkinson
the 1743. M. Babinet commis- side his mother
year was Robert Morris sarcophagus, on one and in
Auctioneer and Commission troop mounted horsemen paraded throughthe these sister towns bo fostered and perpetua- sioned by the Academy Sciences to investigate George Clymer good time, his wile. Provision is made to

MERCHANT. streets of the village, while in the centreof ted-and may the lives of their their citizens able and be the facts, and reported substantially as N. C-John Penn .. light the crypt, in which is a niche for a

the public square a large and beautiful continued long guarded by follows: I S. C.-Arthur Middleton statue, by an upper skylight.

TALI.IIMSSEE. Fl.%Sept.29, 1855. S9 banner, (the workmanship of the Micanopy scientific E.Physicians.H. Jordan-SamueIMcLin : Al- After a loud thunder-clap, the tailor be- .1 Geo.-Button Gwinmt, born in Wales.Virginii In the rear of the crypt, is to be the family

By iiijr.finishing his meal, saw the chimney hoard Thoa. JpJrp.r ,. W .Ich vault of the Clay family..i.kirt-oa. f*.t 10.r.
ladies,) floated i in the breeze at the !top of a.. .though defeated.at thje.lare elect on, tho time wn origin.
JOHN :E. LLOYD __ called fall down, as if beset by a slight gust of wind Benjamin Harrison, inches long, with two nine feet recepes. all.
formed will be
.A.-u.ct1caoerAND: high liberty pole. The M"arsbaTthen! will come when such talents and a globe of fire, tho size of a child's head, Richard H. Lee, six feet eight inches wide. There. will be;&
of
a double line of march, and under another into service. Tennesssee baa a few more come out quietly into the room, at a smallheiO'ht Francis H. H. Lee, double pedestal of bronze, on vhfch may be

the same sort left. above the floor the tailor said it looked inscribed memorable words and emblematic
banner of stars and stripes and in time. with o Here are seventeen signers of the Decla-
the
COMMISSION MERCHANT, the music of the Micanopy\ band, the procession By E. Baulknight-address The Orator of entitles day to: like a good sized kitten, rolled up into a ball tion of American Independence in whose representations, in honor of the American,
His well delivered fully
and moving without showing its It statesman and Kentucky's favorite son. In-
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. paws. veins Welsh blood coursed.Mr. >
July: 19 1856. 29lyS. made its way to the new Baptist church, the honor and confidence of the audience. was bright and shining, but he felt no sensation West also gave: the names of fourteen eluding the pedestal, the column, of six feeL
of
a large and well ventilated building which By J. II. Cosby-The tree liberty planted of heat. The globe came near his feet, generals, seven colonels, six captains and ten inches in diameter at the bottom and fiva- _

S. KNIGHT, was filled) to overflowing. A number of la on American soil by it our their Revolutionary valor and like a young cat that wants to rub itself a- one lieutenant, of Welsh descent, who figuredin feet ten in diamefer.atHlje top, will be ninety

t AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT dies and gentlemen occupied Ihe gallery and Fathers who guarded by and gainst its master's legs ; but by moving them the Revolution, as follows: feet high, surmounting which is to be a capi.. .
blood us a
i watered it with their gave aside gently, he avoided the contact. It appears tal, the flutings to bothirteen, spiked
Isnac spearsj.
furnhhed both vocal and instrumental music broad the Continent of America Generals-Anthony Wayne, Shelby, I
TALLAHASSEE, FLOEIDA. Constitution, as as
have for several seconds about the
States the
to played representing original of Union.
Lewis W. R. Davie Edward Ste.
865, 05 which was very pleasing to the ear. The lau : May the present generation treasureit Morgan I '
September his l feet, he bending his body over it and examining phens, Charles Dee, Richard Wino, Daniel' -
] J when '
dies joined in tno procession as toe uay was with vigilance, and they pass away it attentively. After trying some John Cadwallader Andrew Lewis Odds and Ends.
Morgan, : ,
RICHARD BRADFORD, pleasant, and I doubt not they felt as patri- transmit it to rising generations and say by excursions in different directions, it rose vertically O. Williams! John Thomas, Joseph! Williams -

ATTORNEY AT LAW otic the bravest of the rougher sex. On their acts, Behold your Country. to the height of his head, which he Jas. Reese. "
as Dr. J. G. Polhill-The Ladies to whomwe f 0::: 7" He declares himself "gtiilty who defends
By
his face. The
avoid
back
TALLAHASSEE FLA. tbat occasion the Marshal displayed a degree are indebted for that beautiful specimenof threw to touching Colonels--::David Humphreys, L. Cadwal- himself before accusation. .
little then steered towardsa
(Office in the IVt Office Building.) of tact and readiness for field exercises the stars and stripes, that so proudly floatsto globe hole elongating in the chimney a above, the mantlepiece, lader, Richard Howell, Jas. Williams (killed Or::: The bye qf.society is natural, but the ,
Lee Thos. :Marshall:\
Msy 23, 57. 21 at Bennington), Henry ,
which proved how efficient he would be as a the breeze over our town today, have rii-h- which hole received a stove-pipe in winter, Ethan Allen.Captains.John. choice of our company is a matter of virtuo

Benj. F. Young commanding officer. Every thing went off ly merited our highest commendation : Ladies but was now pasted over with paper. The Marshall and prudence. '
Rogers,
and shouldour
that shall be preserved,
There music flag thunder,' ho said, 'could not see tho hole; R. Clark (K7:::: Peace is the star of the soul!
pleasantly. was good good battle fields Isaac[ Davis, G. Anthony Morris, evening ,
her we
L :Olliill IT f r1 .WI country call us to but, nevertheless, the ball wentstraight to the
and drink David Davis. as virtue is its sun, and the two are never far
and speaking, good eating bear it aloftto
ANDSOLICITOR reading will perish with it, or gallantly aperture, removing the paper without hurting
apart.
IS EQUITY, ing, and a clear sunny day. M. glory and to victory. it, and made its way into the chimney. Short- .. t
WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir REGULAR TOASTS. By J. A. McNright-The State of Flori- ly afterwards, and when he supposed" it had We are indebted to the Traveller for the OCr: The heart, like the Veins, bleeds most

of Florida, and the Federal Courts." :1. TJrashington-The Father of American ida : Very properly termed the Land of Flowers time to reach the top, it made a dreadful explosion following amusing paragraph : readily when warm.

(OFFICE AT CAIKSVILLE, ALACHCA COUNTY.) Liberty-a model of integrity for nations. see for example-the faces of the smilingfair which destroyed the upper part of GOOD BACKERS-AN INCIDENT OF SrIR- (OLies: are hihless swords,which cut the a

REFERENCES: 2. The Continental Congress Wise in devising now present.By the chimney, and threw the fragments on the ITCALISI.-A long.bearded customer recent hand that weilds them.Knowledge ,.' ;
CAPT. J. J. LCCAS, ) for the common good, and A. II. Mathews The cartridge box, roofs of smaller buildings, which they broke ly entered a spiritual bookstore in New York I.OT .
COL. J. D. AIKEX, V Charleston, S. C. measures the ballot box, and the band box: The external tailor's the :: is proud that he hUe
} The lodging was on and for He
throng applied an
them she wreathed for her. city, agency. proposed
FUSER & THOMPSON, ) bold in executing: internal and the eternal preservationof learned so much ; wisdom is humble that h.
Diu JAMES S. JOXES: TallcJianer, Fla. self the chaplet of ren.own-and placed on her the third story : the lower ones were not visitedat to take a large quantity of books to his know* no more. .

June 6,'57. 23 country's brow the crown of victory. Republicanism.By all by the thunderbolt." part of the country, away out West," where .

3. The President of the U. -S.-Elevated Jason Hemingway-Southern Institutions Lightning, when it meets with an obstruction lie represented that he could soon sell them, Or': Common sense and substantial hcme.,

A. PERRY AMAKER, to a position more desirable than the throneof : Let us bow down to their shrines and in its course, frequently shatters the non, as he was assured by the invisibles." The spun garments are not much used in th'es

ATTOBIIIY AT kI the mightiest monarch of earth, he fills bis devoutly cherish their holy altars. conducting object, dispersing and bursting enterprising bookseller was of course delighted days.

seat with credit to himself and with honorto By Dr.J. A. Stewart-The political fellow. substances asunder in every direction, as if with his prospect of a sale; but his en- (ttr Who cannot kOp his own secret
:
TALLAHASSEE,FLA. ship of the South : A consummation devoutly had been charged with gunpowder.The .- thusiasm was somewhat dampened when the
May 21, 18M. 20 his country. they ought not to complain if another tells it.
4. Florida-The Italy of the Vested wished for. stone pinnacle of a church in Cornwallwas long-bearded gentlemen remarked that he

EDWARD M.' WEST. Hemisphere, and the land of poetic associa By Paul 1\IcCormic-Gen. Walker: Tho struck by lightnig, and one fragment had no money, and wanted the books entire 6:7': Love is strongest in pursuit,' friendship :

tions. She is fast approaching an exalted man of the times, may his waning light be weighing three hundred pounds was hurled ly upon credit. Are you responsible I" in possession. .. / .-
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, re-illuminated by fire from the altar of American to the southwaid another four the natural of the merchant.
position among her sister states, and though sixty yards was inquiry (KT Why is a restless sleeper like a lawyer i.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Castilian superstition could not find within liberty. hundred yards to the north, and a tb/rd to Perfectly." Because he lies on one side, and then turns

April 5,1856. 14 her borders the spring of perpetual youth, we By J. P. Garrison-Our Country : The the southwest. In 1838 the top-gallant mast What evidence of your reliability can you and lies on the other jide.ozr '
.. ... ultra" of where the
.1 have at least discovered springs of perpetual ne plus governments of her Majesty's ship Rodney was literallycut furnish !I"
HUGH A. CORLEY, wealth. scintillations of freedom of thought confiscate into chips by a flash of lightning, the sea I havo tho best of backers-men whose :: There are some lessons which adversity

-where and women are allowed to the will be sure to teachus, andamqng. \. ,
if
men being strewn with the fragments as names: know well. ,
elect you
Governor
5. Hon. M. S. Perry-Our ,
Attorney at Law, may no cloud dim his political horizon until dress as they choose, and eat whatthey please carpenters had been sweeping their shavings The merchant's countenance brightened. era admirable this-that than goodness. in a women is more

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. he reaches the zenith of American elevation. and can get-where wearing boops'are ad- overboard. Sometimes, in striking a tree or Very well," said he, let us see your pa beauty. -to .

January I'Z, 1857. 8-ly 6. Cuba-Our neighbor and our friend, : missible, and drinking liquor is tolerated ; mast, the electric fluid will slice it into long pers." 0:: 7- Faith can dq more than remove monntains .--

may we soon draw her to our close embrace, yes, so long as the motto E pluribusunurn"is shreds or filaments, so that it will appear likea Thereupon the customer presented the following -it can still a clamorous consciences

Anderson J. Peeler, call her sister, throw around her the protec. written on our standard, we can point to huge broom or a bundle of laths. Light. documents : make a bad conscience good,.,and soften! .a :

tion of the American flag, and share with her our country as the magnum bonum" of nations ning bolts will occasionally dash through resisting hard heart, bend a stubborn. will, and bring"God
Attorney and Counsellor at Law the blessings of free government. I I the sine qua non" of freedom. objects by tearing great openings, as To whom it may concern : Wu the undersigned and man together.

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, Wide in of territory 1 in a Cornish church, where apertures were having: been acquainted spirituallywith
Our extent A
7. Country Mr. of Wisconsin OtT boy, at a recent examination in an
We learn that the ---- -, for
SALE MONTPEIIER.- fourteen :
OF made in the solid wall of the belfry many
NEWPORT FLORIDA. rich in and mineral wealth school' asked
agricultural
English was who discovered
known Montpelier, in Virginia, and In other years, recommend him as perfectly reliable,
estate as if art.
and cut out
of the Middle Circuit her council chambers and inches deep, as by America I wish I "
WILL Practice in the Courts wise in mighty on as the former residence of President holes drilled which and would) not be afraid to trust him to any may die, says a British'*
distinguished small
& attention paid to Collecting; the field of battle-she is indeed the Queenof instances are editor, "if he di. n't answer-Yankee Doodle .
March 21,'[)7. 12 __ the World and the child of the Skies." Madison, has just been sold to Mr.\ Thos.J. are surprising (or their perfect circularity of amount. !" .
Carson late of Baltimore but now of GEORGE WASHINGTON
,
8. The Heroes of the Revolution.Wotldwide form. Window panes have been frequently ,

FLOYD & HOLLAND, is their renown, and sacred their memo New York, for the sum of 837,250. The : pierced in this fashion, without affecting the THOMAS JEFFERSON, Or::: V'Miv;: Jones, ,.don't you.think. mar*
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Attorneys at Law. May unborn generations lisp their estate embraces 1,195 acre, and therefore rest of the glass. In forming these apertures, HENRY CLAY, riage is a means of gracs ;r' Cenhinly.ny. .,

WILL:: practice in the Circuit Court of Middle ory. with and emulate their noble realizes about 832 per acre. Alexander V. a burr or projection is left upon the edges. THOMAS PAINE, thing is a means of gtace tbatUadsui. .
W tit Florida, and in the Supreme Court names pleasure, Scott, Esq., is the gentleman through whom Juvenile electricians are in the habit of JOHN MILTON, and others. repentance." Scene closses .with a broom.

'tht State. Also in the District Court of the United virtues. the sale was affected. making holes in cards by passing discharges Through Jane E-, medium. handle.
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Constitution Like beacon
State",in the Northern District of Florida. 9. The a light
R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fit. i amidst the breakers of a tempest tossed sea, through them, when a burr or projection will The bookseller remarked that the backerswere (OZA)::: young lady who was rebuked by

D.P.nOLLUD. Office Quijwy, P1*. she stands conspicuous amidst the breakersof OrAn author of a"love story, in describe !' be observed on bothsides of the orifice.- good if the medium ,was reliable i ; but her mother* for fcifsing'her julended justffitd.i
Dec.2 Innocence dwells in ,
S 1865. 51 party strife and civil contentions,and ever ing his heroine, says: Sometimes a single discharge will producetwo he thought, on the whole, tie would prefer to ,the action by quoting the passage : .* Whar.soever
her hah. A
of markedby.
the dark clusters waggish holes in card, each puncture! '
a ,
the books. The
with to the path of keep customer hereupon would that should do
unerring certainty men
points ye unta
tcoth comb would
WILLIAM; DILWORTH edito.r suggests that a fine burr one on the and the
S. duty and the path of safety. .a single upper I denounced the book'kelfer as an importer, telling you, do ye even so unto'them'*
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bring it out. other on the under side of the card. In some him that be did ;
not believe his doctrines
Attorney and Counsellor at Law '10. Clay, Calhoun and Webiter-May the own f
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instances the results are such as to suggest OziThe: best capital for a man iff.
and that the spirits woulJ his jogn 6
mantle of this noble trio rest their expose
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ever Good bell foundry in
Adam. has
MONTICELLO, 'PLORIDA. upon _, a that a flash may be split up into several fila. duplicity to the world. Of this he felt assured : a capital i yonng wife. So 4 young:got .iV-

WILL practiee in the Conrti of the Middle Oir- successors. Buffalo, PiouS people are scandalized, by slowly ments before it strikes an object lu 1777 a by the spirit of prophecy within him. forms us, who hasjqstM ',gone, *nd dOne it."
Gfn.Jaclaon The hero of the Crescent ?
,and TbOI11.tI and Lowodet County, Ga 11.: reading his sign-A dam Good Bell Foun weathercock cf tinned copper was hurled bya The bookseller was not convinced.. ,
t&rch22,185& city our Army and Navy ever le --
.-.--.----,---...---. ...- .-- 12-ly- incited to, like may deeds of valor when necessary. dry. thunderbolt from the top of a church in C::T Talk about the erOs: of a scolding,wife;.

LOG & GALBRAITH, 12. The Ladies Without them the world 03 A popular writer, speaking ot the pro Cremona, and' upon inspection,was found to HARD WRITING.-An" Irishman 'wrote as why? Mr%Preside .'I'd rathe heart!* cltttt,
oceanic telegraph, wonders whether be pierced with eighteen holes; .in nine of of hammers'and, 'and tin
ATTOKIfEVS but with..them it is posed sj nes, twenty .ptr vv
$ AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE FLA. would be a dreary waste, side follows to his friend during the rebellion of '
tho news transmitted through salt water- them the burr was conspicuous on .one and nine b"** irfiBHftn1; *K sa'.Io.*' *QUI w':,' A. little less than paradise. ..
:M ated LONG t.hemaelnlln.tJ.'B.G.\LBRAtTHuYe tMO i. The of East would be fresh.. and in nine it was equally prominent on theother '98'' 1** of the longu 01 aa; ctng'wits. .Y 't ,rr...'! .
t.bunetice 0114". They 13. Micanopy- garden spot the of the burr was identical *. you"IOm idea the .
white slope To
'4lat.teM40.tlXtffl the Wdle Circuit,tto5ctOI Sn.rt. Florida she all her enemies and a give of state of 1 }vou1d. .Tc mymtndMrjPdefl1sjOy.' ; 1Ghimney

.:&tTt-M.-: DUtrfet.Ontirta or the UVIt.d I shine,forth may fair conquer as the moon, as clear as "Harry, I cannot think," says Dick,. in: all.' the country at, present, shall only say, thar is op more to :4b.. coippr4.ttfsn: ,
as
; What makes my ankle grow to thick. the curiosities of lightning are 'this I '
Among at moment am writing ",jth a sword in scolding wife than a little, negro toJ"
with ban.
> >titt the Otmrt HOBM. the son, and as terrible as an army You do not recollect, says Harry. what'is termed futguri( ." oi1 tubes, which one hand:and a pistol in the other." 1 night
have to
28, 184.I Ii ners." How great a calf they carry. "

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11J .ibian tc ounral.TALLA It affords us much pleasure to commend to the Laconic Extract From .onatban Dymond EDITOR-The attention of a few dour. citizens *. 'July l-Mr. LeVtre. Presidentof I.. lIIaft).
has been called to;=he necessity "having a
special attention of those interested, a communication and othe. the Tehauntepec Company l is here and urges a The Rev. Dr. 'Vftiok Delivered an eloquent ,.
f *V ILCAXD BKOXNOl Summer Retreat on the sea-cnstn1It is proposed mon last tTenin?. ittth&Ne>rth Pearl street
the
-- ,--__ --_.-. ------ in to-day's paper commenting upon alljectin mail contract for the Cornpaay. He al"O proposesthat BaT'tid
--_ pRorosmox 3. All supposes the re- to raise a fund to buIld an Hotel at Alligator Harbor Church on the Lifr,,Cbaractef and Death of William .
the government tlf
nA8SBE : eaeJ in the a\T caption.. I is from pen the Government adopt the eighth J article L. Marey. Thf Ing intimacy which had
have the aid of
to ex.
hmcnt of in which project ve hope
,. of a !leading and intelligent citizen of this community linqui! a portion flelnll.erty. Chi ; the Gadsden Treaty ai the basis of a negotiation Isted between the venerable clergyman and the deceased

SVTVHD1Y, JUI.Y 2S, 1857. who deserve the highest) credit for the origination I liberty may however\ ruly < gentlemen in t!surrounding Counties in florida with Mexico, and if they cannot get more to hold rendered it proper that h* should pay this

a-a __ --- of a project which nhould be approved and swtaiiied ;: 1. Civil liberty i enjoyed where the principles as also of some of those in lower Georgia.Our last tribute his memory; and notwithstanding

c- of political truth and relmIJ.are applied ia practice region is the only part of the South adjacent en to that.TIle the oppressive beat of the evening house wss
of
this office, a few in Middle
evirited citizen
?, For M! at Cple.o REORT by every public (I Kansas question brings up two conspicuous filled to overnowinff. Among those
the Court because there the people are deprived of tIme Sea where no such establishment exists. Our present wfte
CMM, ape and adldle 1 Supreme orhlaLte and Wet Florida, and the:outhsvcctern counties ofGeorgia. to i candidates for the Presidency on the Democratic many of the early associates of the dccca.4. who
which it would be authorizes the belief that a :'umuImt-r
t t Tens* that portion only liberty pernicious population his
him
knew intimately, appreciated
: side Cobb and Douglas. Co! Forney's new paperis worth asd
--J to themselves to possess. Hotel on the 'UI.t would be well patronized. The admired his virtue W give from
That an enterprise of the character alluded to by ; the claims of th. former. reeollevtion
The account of the 4th July celebration at MicaDory 2. If Political power is pussesad 1 by consent of benefit to the health of our pet>ple-the saving byreason to advance the leadingideas of Jhe discourse, without adutainr
correspondent! would be liberally patronized I The President denies emphatically that he' has of the
the
ft/aiid oa the first page. j lU the (..lHlIlIlJnitif it U exercised only fur their of those who would remain in Florida and / to report language preacher.After .
'n \
and .\' fu"tlilul. we cannot doubt for a a general elucidation of hi.
I profitably good ; and if this, welfare is consulted by Christian spend} their money intend. of going further North any organ. duration Human Life thfmftli
this morning ad- Al.1111IIdl of social happiness andpecuniary The President leaves to morrow afternoon for the Appointed -the preacher
announced to us 1\.ml'I1
It Las been a i which would be
the free. -the recreation and enjoyment Gov. Marcy to his audience
tire
means, IW\'l'lt' presented
: ss Otl
a
solution a. ) Attend
saving is involved in tbs practical Soldier's Home. He will conic in dtuly.and .n *
v rii in another column, 111.t an interesting 3. No man can define the particular -nj( rtent9 furnWied at a small coat-are considerations which i Soldier Husband Father, StattlltlJan'lnd ttristi:
made at the College i of the propoition, nUilubll through the wll] I tt> his official duties as usual. The pulpit was not the place to !
performancenillbs because who has to ,
Thespian or exemptions which constitute civil liberty, are sufficient to make every one means pronoun .n ?
of the Intel11gent know u munificence and public spirit of our wealthy To day has been the hottest day of the scnson. logium upon the public political rhantctn of
nxt. by ) die
evening
on Thursday many the circumstances lend his aid to IIt'Curl'lhe benefit
From the who, to avoid the heaviness and las itude they are contingent upon spare ready to The them mnonete marked 92 deceased, and yet he could not (brbcar remarkinr
pupils of City Seminary. fPrgh- Jflntt'T. nations. A of restraint benecessary I derived from the establishment of life bore
ou plantation Mirnnier life find their way to distant of respective degree may which wou.1l.e The profits on the Cougresfeional printing for tho that his whole public the impress of tru;
the
high character of youths which would be wholly Middle ( dent unselfish patriotism,
laM fur onr community, u sen-coast retreat convenient to 'orginIID.l courage profound .
the that the places of fashionable rrr depriving friends of last two sessions are estimated at four hundred thou- and unquestioned eemtcientiouneM
it, w.. venture to u't public l in another. Southern iutrgrity.An .
'i Georgia.If
be worth be their society and libelling their Ftnte by: a tacit I. unnecessary sand dollars. a soldier it was hi. fortune, durintJNt ,
will j I.
performanct 6edlgan\lshoulJ interest confession at IRFt. that it jc unfit for habitation daring 4. Yst the former community would have no a good Hold can be put up at Alligator Harbor Gov. Wine, of Virginia, it is said, will write a war with England, to capture the first flag u.l ;t

encourge by the presence al men'al fee of the summer months. is demonstrable I bythermomctrical reason to complain of their C'liberty. The complaint a gentleman can be got to keep it who is fully letter to the Southern States approving of Gov.Walker's take the first prisoner'secured from the enemy_0
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in the development of the powers of if any be made, should b of the evils whit.hmllkl' competent to the work. With hit courage was blended discretion,aud Vitl,
that
a comparison in KancH It is expected that
experiment course
Young America." : the restraint neees.sarv. It i is useless to say The futility for travel to the place proposed is his impetuosity a prudence which, if ]lie had ((IB-
the decrees temperature n: noted among the interior Democratic Senators and candidates for Congrew in tinned in the arms/,.would have made him
ofthe Planters that it 5 is less complete than that another nation ; daily inerriiMntf, by the Railroad, by Steamer from as tnfi-
; IT* would rail the attention mountains Virginia anal New York with the South will sustain GOT.Walkcr's course before nent in the field "f War as he had become in tile,

of r Florida, to the -nrd of the new firm of .like atmospheric illriol" upon the projectingpoints for complete civil liberty i is a relative, not a poiitivs St. Marks, or by land from Tallahassee. The distance the people.A more exalted field of Diplomacy.

ldJle term. from the latter Is about 40 miles, As a Jurist, he was not merely wise but
A Co. of land into the Gulf rf place only sinjru
Thomas .T. Perkins t1s 1.nil11l delegation of the Kaw Indians had an inter- conscientious While the-
., I Mexico would not detract oneiota of merit from the 5. C Yi11i1J..rt -, *o far as its present enjoyment over a good road, and with but one ferry over a larly on Bench thp
view with the President to-day. preacher, upon one occasion observed that r.llrp'fl.rt'd
Medal Collect. ro ;, does not necessarily c1el'ell111'011 forms oftrov narrow of the river.
8aanoal influence the r part unuuutlly depress He
eligibility imigornting ai
in th nll laf The Cabinet are expected to decide tomorrow questioned him
Notice the advertisement "f this Institution This is no assumption) of ours, unsupported \>\ cor- eminent. All communities enjoy it who nrproperly <' The Steamers which are oa the route to New the Utah t..:) the cause when he replied that lie could not

colnmn. governed. Actual existing i liberty tlepeiuls Orleans would visitor I on remaining appointments. Probably sleep and hadfcot for several nigMt his
bring informed mind
is I ; ns am
appropriate rolK but the many was
>rating teatimony, on contrary supported Stiles Burr and Marshal Dobjna
Judge Surveyor
burthen. with submitted
of a catalogue the actual administration. so a case to him, the .
We the reception ujion existing that there are inquiries made decision
now by
acknowledge I the observations and reasoning of Dr.Cirtrightand many per-
by which would
will be re-ftppoiuttd. The statement of the of involve the character
connected with the >cry ia- j a Political i is in "fr l.tlll04 branch ofeh.j appointment of two
the acting Dean, 1 r liberty i ous in New Orleans as to whether there exists "
from : other eminent i physkians: of t the South. .I anyplace of Jack HayS as Surveyor, was prema of his fellow.citizenUntil, said lie, l olfijn .
teresting address of George .Gordon Esq.. Delivered Tiiis hjpothesis maintained, liow much Mroiiirer! : liberty. Political liberty implies the rxict of resort on our coast, where ttnuigcrs can be ture. clear apprehension of the ease I cannot rest." \,

ftt the College commencement last MarA. the argument in fnvor of the proportion submitted <'nee of such political institutions ffvure, with entertained.If t -_-1t_. man marc desired judge wisely nod honestly |Ca.

Owing to the deservedly high character of Georgia the for tlt enlightened consideration of those of our ctI I the greatest practical certainty the future poss-*- the Hotel can be built, many private houses Frvm tfit .YclC Ji'ltaun J'iatyinte, it]. William As a Senator L. Marcy.of the Uniteel States, he was l l'OXtllup

faculty, this College is in excellent repute in izens, whose good sense and home predilections! nru einn of freedom. will be' put up by those who prefer keeping their LITE NEWS TOOM MEXICO.-By the way of Havana, to by his associates, for his wisdom, ater br the

and the adjoining States.Sontiicru not fui estnllcd bj klio 'nl.ish In\antiul frequently 7. The l'os c.-ion of political liberty i< of great own separate establishment.: There are already we lava two weeks' Inter intelligence from all parts people, for his well-known lov of couhtry and; Lit

commercial-. .ixmveiitlon. thrown out, thnt it is decidedly vulgar to ppend importance. It is unquestionably. the right of com sonic on the i island. of the Mexican Republic train'era Cruz to the ardent attachment to the free priiitiplts which ren

The Convention meets at Knoxville, Tennessee, the entire summer at home. munities. They may with perfect reason requireit The situation i is, as you well know, high land- SJOlh' ult., and the city of Mexico to the ICth.} The tiered As Governor that country of this the! glory _L'\ttt-t.o f tIle whol eerth
great %Lib
<>u the lOtli proximo. "We see that liberal preparation We do not know who it 1 i.that has given the sum government which actually govern well. A open to the Gulf having n good harbor, with Santa Anna ((l1 f'iratf'ltv.entyvnc in nnmber, he was successively returned }by the saffniKetofthe ofEc

are making by the citizens of that town fur of five hundred dollars, mentioned by' our correspondent government if it would fulfil its duties, should n -- about seven feet water on the bar. The beach is rested at the. capitol the 26th of May had all people-he gave new evidence of his titnew fur

the reception of the delegates. The Railroad and but, whoever he Ia1.1. has been gniltv cumulate to the titiiio, securities for beneficial shelving, and of pure white ean-1. well suited for made gwd. their escape. Withdrawn from the places of trust, aud added tew dignity to the Executive

Steamboat companies wi grant tht ordinary facilities of an exceedingly clever trick and i is a man after measures hereafter. In this view it may be feared bathing, the water being pure and suit. The place chain-gang, all before stated, they were banished! toa But Chair.it
wa chiefly as Secretory of War and
for carrying the delegates to the C nHnt m. our own heart that no government in Europe fulfils all its duty to Is particularly free from wind-flics anal musquitoes. email island in the neighborhood Acapulco, that his great intellectual powers and his eminent State .

6ugget that th people of Leon and -. the people. There are several good springs of clear water and and immediately l put en route thither with an escort Statesmanship were developed. In the latter offict

the Tie City Sutint Council hold a joint meeting a the Court Ftrnandlna and Cedar Keys Railroad. 8. Jesus Christ Initiated l fur mnn. not for individuals in a short time China and Mulberry trees could be of fifty men, under command of General Reyes, he adorned the diplomatic literature of his country- -

This great work we are delighted to learn, is only, not for families only, not for christian had shade and and by the power of his pen, and by the t'ltJ'luCDtand
llonse to-day, U 10 o'clock, for the purpose of np- for a green-sword made by the aid-de-camp of the Governor of the district. No
irresistible character of his
progressing rapidly ; thnt BO fur from meeting with churches only, but for man in till his relationships logic coped suoce-sn-
i' of Bermuda Gras The island and the-
planting
pointing *delegate to eaid Col\ntion. sooner however was this determination of the Government fully and triumphantly with the mot

We confess jnability. to determine that thereis .J4\Tbnck reported 1 while back, is being prosecuted and in all circumstances.. lie legislated fur mainland abound. in game. I have known one known than secret despatches were at diplomatists of the old world. accoinpliihej

usefulness in tie deliberations a heretofore with hugely 5 lie-reused nplllnC1 of la\or. f-tatt. In his moral law we discover no indication person to kill five deer in one day near the harbor. once sent off to one John Vicorio who commandeda Pleasant a* it was to recall these JuciJeufj i in the

any capital, and mnt.rill ; the whch is attested that etatcs were exempted from its application public life of his friend, he would leave to otheri! _
of these conventions -which usually occupy Bears can be killed four or five miles back from theharbor. a of rebels, in the vicinity of the route which

.i.plyeJ.more time in tlie- disccsYion of political mctaphvVic by n'cent expositions of the company- through that any rule which bound social did not bind political Finh eaa. l-,'- rnni'lit._..,-- -in-- .miv. mmtifitv.J.-.tiLl OIL the prisoners. must .pa s. Thus! advised.. Vienrio f.?ll to pleasant the statesman task of elaborating the politician them and for time the prew benefit_tlie fposterity.
the medium of the \
than the elucidation of the principles of pres communities. along the chore, and Oysters ure found well flavored suddenly ;upon; the insufficient (-aeortwithabody It was with \\ m. L. Marcy as a Christian

that should The whole of the iron except that necessary for \I. Lotus attend to the words of a crent statesman ia midsummer. The within of nine hundred he Lad to do; and no man living 1&llul.f
of the and means even country eight eight or men, overpowered it,
commerce, or ways about 25 miles, has been purchased most of which with himself
equal opportunities know
C. J. Fox I of those who the inner
: ma one firmly
for the 1evclopmentofthe sleeping: resources and ten miles can mpply any quantity of vegetables though not till after htout resistance, and set the
be provided life of the deceased. lie had
i is landed or on the mill a of the enjoyed his intimate
way.
of the South. It 1 not improbable that the road has been and F\Irl-fnJ in daily operation. believe,ns much indeed as man can believe nnthiing fruit and fowl, nnd gardens c'JuhlIJf'' made on prisoner free. General; Reyes: was taken prisoner, friendship for early thirty years; and knew him at

convention will avoid the beaten antiunprofithbk completed that the greatest resource a nation can posies-s, the the i"l UI'1. but on the intercession of the exiles themselves, his his fireeide as well ns in Ins public walks. lIe di.J
approaching I More than half the distance acrr-ts the 1\'nn",1,1: is Mireet principle, of ia strict, attention to the not, therefore speak rashly/ without
nor
track of its predecessors and thereforewe powers These ure some of the advantages offered by the life was spared. reason for
I graleO. A suflk-ient number of grading operatives what he uttered when he thus
that Florida should be represented principled vfjli*ti\:. 1 firmly believe that the common situation proposed ti hel'l'lt etc.l All that is w.-i.:.:. The general state of the republic, In fact, is anything WilliamX publicly declared
important advance of the track Marcy a Christaiii. Nor this
.eel1t are to in laying was oI.inion
keep
and hope that our citizens generally, will miles
at the of about two
attend the meeting! of to-day. ad\ancl's. rate applicable to nations as to individuals. In all lic- l'iritl.d individuals in the surrounding Counties nior than usually unvttleJ, and violations of the tn ciul und domestic character upon his

- je-r week, and by the fall, a coniTiiencement will be interference with foreign nations justice is the foun- to get subscriptions to build the Hotel. The policy law and disturbances of the public peace are gentle attentions as a husband or his playful tenderness -

Crops, Weather, &c. \ mJt to lay at Cedar keys. .At a diuner given bv d.itioii of policy and moderation i'u the surest plc.k'fof of staying at home Inn had runny advocates. on si..1e.And not the least noticeable reported III a father. In these relation*, as in thos

Onr apices from different lnt of the State are, the. Railroad Company. on the 4th inst., which] was every of companion and friend, he was perfect No man
therefore have been
If deficient injustice
peace. we Now i is the time to carry out what lm-> been talked thing in thi* unfortunate state of affairs, and perhaps ever more enjoyed the quiet comfort of 1] ,
favorable to the growing cn'I'Corn addressed 1 Jacksonville and time.
the whole] ] by Judge Livingston ,
4.n where! I towards other fclates, we have been deficient oC The surest way to keep people ut home ia to in a measure the cause of it, is i the evidently cast a more winning charm around the sociaL circle.
and in some Ce except neglllrhlloJ! gentleman There were other evidences of his
ot'm. in wisdom. Cliristaiu cLkrdc-
provide them with a healthy and agreeable report, serious apprehensions ofa war with Spain, for which
the rather protracted drouth has prevailed, are saticfactorv that he had until within a few months past t. nlwavdOUbted ter, which the preacher remembered and now \ominuaicated
j where good eOl1ll'nngt.(1l living und amusement preparations are being made in all of the
to the Recent rains, in this sec the practicability of making Cednr Keys I parts with pleasure.
[planters. No Fr.iENDi-Some people, the I o-ton IVt, I
says be had. If out our plan, we can Shoul.lnow
the' can we can carry country Coraonfort's Government at lIe had distinct and singularly accurate
lvc l the Corn much, and the terminus of road, e of the hallowne&of > percep
: tion redn- very : bcc\ complain that they have no fri nJ"ut tlal'might -. I
< ; ) fundamental
secure to our citizen all we have enumerated in last break down there would be anarchy indeed. tions of the dex-trines of Christianity
netting ears will be filled. Cotton is late, but promises f the water in the hnrl.orut, that he waa e-'oii a-s well complain that they have no clothes the foregoing sentence at a cost not greater than Nor was he ever reluctant te, gir;utterance to tIae

We may hazard the lreJidiQut.d satisfied, from that there wasFuffident views. He admitted at oiiee" the sublimity
very fairly. nctulleex.rimcnt. they have simply worn them out Dr. Johr.snn them in traveling Another Incitement in Kansas-.Serjous of th*
the amount annually paid by
of full made now I Disturbance Threatened.The teachings of Christ, and the binding force tat
three-qnarters a crop 'il.e depth the purposes ofc'nerce said, man should keep his friciidrhipa in repair"and those
fu1) which will not be the cae in otherStates. (' the expenses alone, and the money when spent will town of Doniphan, in Kansas, was thrown teachings. He looked Upon| religion as A nugtt-
in he like he
Gnlf spoke a philosopher was. Qnfoulez
tli" ( Le Spent at home. into u .tate of excitement oa the tth intt., in consequence personal to aUtaen.ns individuals; and he conceded

Crop in Levy C (ountr.An vo>n would you eat your cake and yet keep I trust that our friends in the surrounding CVun- ofa fracas between Capt.John It. Boyd, formerly that he himself felt the preying elmraeUr e-f

Just here heavy rains have fallen every JYtl.is e coined correspondent of this writesus it? would you spend your shilling and fUll hear Semth Carolina, nn.ll" l'to Mitchell one of the obligation which it imposed upon laji,. in coin
o.t< County ties ia Florida and Georgia; will to work litre,
We are having to much of a good thing. them ia ? would ue : go (Jen.:Lime's aids. The latter, it appear, took exception m"n with the whole huuiau ttiuilv. But hv wns
v.k us follows: The in Levy are generally jingle your pocket you your *
and streets have throw crops where thin plan has been started, w. shall do our to a portion of an oration delivered on the held back from public profession tifhils faith, ly

A gloomy ky muddy U good; health extra. The bt-t-t corn here i t to H friends up by incessant and unreasonable demands best to carry it out. And we give notice that a 4th by the former, and sent him n challenge to fight fear least he thoufd bring duwpute upon the eatiswof

into the s me temper of mind that proml.te the feet to. the ear, and} is filling wl; in fact for corn upon their good will, and still have as many friend !ubscriptitin paper i is open at the office of II. I.Rutgers n duel with muskets at forty paces. The ehaNenge Christ. Fur," said he. "there are palpable defect

f-oet Il.'lmefi to indite the whimsical couplet- our seasons have b'cnI.lter than I have seen it in as before ? The idea is preposterous; and yH you I> We hope to see was accepted, and the parties met. and were about in mj carraeterwhich would reader it difficult -
weather-cock ha rrted rail, q.{ hearty cooperation to fir' when the civ il nilWra arrested them. A let for n* te adorn a Christian Irofeeeiontlp-
The
of the fickleness of friend and the inftaT
The blue rty is rgoUt-n : Honda. Since our April frot, 26fA rf the month complain in t the work. One genOiMiiaa heads the list ter : feet, said the preacher, palpable only to hiinwlf
_..nh'. m.'"ut..i -]>one_. has T fine rains bility] ofhi'iman affection Judg Olin, of Vermont, Says
Th And vegetation's roUn. the "oason >ccn f ifliciently wann every with Five llundied Dollar Whilst the attention of t the pro-slavery partwns for no man really had fewer defect of character, a*

I haa to te*t'je darV-Kt t'&r; two weeks, and requiring extra exertions to being asked the secret of his great political Influence .-- _. directed to the affair between the be'lligerants. the no man had a nicer sense of what constituted a pure

I hale to b If complainingBut n4rhi l keep the graps under. The beft cotton is 8 feet in that Slat*, answered" By rar..ly*ing it." A short time ago wo called the f.lte-nti of our frec-soilers took thirty-seven of their muskets froma and perfect character.As .
bans temper high
ruminir.? me. rainlntr.my! rainloe! sfiif-ibleman friends readers the ( log house not fur below; the hotel anal carried an incident in illustration of Mr. Marcy'* re
au..na..b. -- -- and would Lear five feet that i is the crop, And that's the WilY a ka1'shiis to net o a spurious article of those very
anrntt them to a free K>il boarding huu-e beyond. Gen.Lane's ; Hint'ii "entiiumts. the Doctor related an interview
.. and well There blooms June seldom in them. lie thorn l lovingly popular medicines hr. XcLancs and
keeps
\ were on 'th by u- ; VfrtMj'iiyt i whic'-l. had with him sonic tlnrc.
3We.. hear that the ('r.i.kmciit on the deepcut mill. As soon as this fact became known, .a years The conversation
t of RaiJrosd r.ea r Tallahasseebus slid down which: is rot ns early aa Inst year but 5 is not very and carefully, as he would a precious old coin of liar 1'ills, having made their appsarnnee. Messrs.[ i the pro-slavery party Stilt r. eoiurnittee to demand had only lacea >n general topic, whm

on the\1.,-.(-} I will probably take two or three backward as one \ould :1tlttse from the late f-pring- goM], which he e"-tei-ins not merely for its market FLEMING: KROS. manufacturer :1u.1!lproprietor" of the restoration of the guns. The free Boilers refused Mr. Marcy ruse to leave. He wa already at the

months to lepair the gise.I for nut having
that hey would! give them until two eVcIock next sooner introduced the subject for religion. Mr
'hie tilde tlii occur, cs ft.iled, a ftw days NUCP, f.-r so much rtp aut.I, think the] wlwf] on! our best t.f their being counterfeited imitated, andto Marcy immediately returned, thanked the
day to return them, and if they were not then re- Doctor
but not to tii" cxtcr.tiudieat'd l by the Time Gr '. land would Lave averaged with our b.-st." Tak ('tN.um-IoaAr.N'uuArroNs--'l'he De- ir.iard the public against mch fraud have gotten turned they would! c<-nie and take them. for having broached the snljevt. kilt!, in a louse con

hine ic.r: !m that tif? obstructing dir wfll be all in til!, we will equal if not surj a-s the lat l cr'p. moerney of MisMshippi Imveheld their Congres.sionnl tip, at great expense, fine steel encrraved wrappers, Runners were then front out te the country by versation, uttered sentiment and avowed emotion

111e track conventions in all t tlie di-ti-ielc t except the fifth bth parties fwr re-Saforcwneuts, and email squads and experiences which to his own cmiel, presentee
removed Ii. fishtcea or twenty blr, and cc far as I can learn the(country generally will oa t.iohf which! the purchaser will find the fae- -

being hid to and 1.twlt the land.fide! the work I I be far 1<:] (.f l lfct tean.. There i is a reason for or extreme southern district, represented in the late mile of FLEMING: (; nr.( The directions nccom- came flocking for buttle.in from Niiiht all quarters came on. Stl'\\Ji thoroughly till continuing prepared -- an It nntmstakable was the preacher's portraiture fortune of the to chri5t le a resident jun. of

(disproniemci.t: w ill be facilitated very much by I it which may not mil other localities and wako Congress by Gen. J. A. Quitman, who has nlrcJ) pinyin! each box' of Pills ond \iiili-f Y ermifugenroliririteti to come in. The storm of war was lowering Albany during the visitation of the Cholera in 1832.Dnring .

the appliedi'-n of fctcr.ni power.Since generally a large crop. Last. :year was far too wet been nominated by acclamation "f the Deniocr.iUe) on fine white p:per, water marked. This and portentous. Gen. WhitfieM eleemed it proper that terrible summer, (incidents of which

putting the nlxjvc in type, we have beenfuraUbed in the summer, and nlf-o n late staring, and too drya ma8***, although we believe a convention b< the condition of and correspondence with the deceased. His
of thing to send the records let
by the Chief Engineer of the rnI.1 with f.ll So far, had we the clwoin; of our rains we to ratify, their choice. to the t light. The purchaser will Cad! it to read asfa'hltw of the land office to Fort Lea Tc n orth foe safe keep- ters were full of kindness and sympathy. Whil

the following! C!the tame subject: could iiot have mnded them ; as before stated they The reultof these several convention nmy be ? : iajr. they exhorted the Doctor to a patient discharge ofthe'duties

OFFICE IJs. A GA. 11. R. Co.. ) have been about every two weeks, and good f ea stated ns follows: '. DR. Wr.\ E'.1 Just at dark the free SLitepartyoggreed to bring which the calamity imposed upon him asa .

Tallahaseec! July 23, U57.PR. f sons only ; last year we were nearly drowned out l!t District.-I. Q. C. I.imar. Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pill their muskets to Capt. Dunning and were soon minister of Christ, they never failed to cover asubt.antia1
stacking them in front of the hoteL The lenders remittance, the expenditure of which
Jwts S. JONES this 2<1 Dhtrict.-ReulJcn Davis. FLIMING IIRO.S. Proprietor
at season. ,
carried into rJHicted
joy an household.
of
both parties then promised to observe the peace.It many
Editor {riian all Journal : .0 3d triet.-Wil1ialll Burksdale. None genuine without this water mark and the signature was half past nine o'clock when there was a It was the preacher's happiness, while pastor
Trunk.
M\- attention has been called to a newpnpT paragraph Maui 4th District) -0. R. SJngltton. of FLEMING BROS on the outside wrapper.Mrs. general dispersion and quiet was again restored. here, I to receive application from Mr Marcy fe>r admissIon
The j nJIclion made by us a few W.k since, upon into the Church. While he
would
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not admit
to describe ..onit Lung ti having 5th Dbtrict.-.T. .A. Qt ttnan.
purporting the Railroad, in the following, language tlc! authority of a lending railroad gentleman of --. .. _. 1 Henry Clay i is seventy six years of age.- A bounty land warrant for l&O acres was issued the right even of a husband to interfere with

happened on this State, who keeps himself posted upon all eubjocts THE WIIITE UrusE TO BE ABA"llosw'-TIae Washington Until within a year she has been in hearty good by the Commissioner Pensions to-day the Hoa: the relieiuus convictions ofa wife, he deemed it
;
: of this character, that the Directors of the correspondent of the New York Journal Robert M. McLone for his services
.. in the Florida of his
We bear that the: -nTiankracnt on the deep cut J companion, adding-"Governor, liar*
Brunswick Uoad, and thr Main Trunk Direcorsl.all Commerce : Ere long, the present Executive I manifest, and the time is not remote when, in the that her
of the Railroad near Talkhfiss, has fl'd: ) down on Says War. This is the fiftJi warrant that .has been issued you any objections request to be baptised

the track.. It will probably tak two or three would continue to fail in their efforts to effect ft unity will ccaso to be the President's residence, anti will tomb to be erected for her husband and by his side to the Hon. Louis )[ L'\ne's family-one to shall be complied with?" With a promptness and

months t repair the damage." of Iurpoic. has been literally verified. The be appropriated. entirely to oflices connected with she too will be consigned to her final earthly re himsehftor services in the War of 1812 and lIne to feeling which showed" that his heart was in the response -

docs not quite as correct of the 21st inet., thus announce to he said: No, no, certainly not Far Irons
This statement convey I'rchideney. The grcauntisofthemaxuaion are pose.
each of his four sons for services either in the Florida it ; far from it I gladly acquiesce; and only re-1
an impression the fact clearly warrant If the the fact: bo by Executive buildings, one of which .
a > occupied or Mexican War. gret that I do not feel myself fit te* atcempany her
ItL COL. F1tJ A from New
>ffid OF >v despatch
article hat reference to the hind slide at Gen Shinesl4ep We have no space this week for the )proceeding 1 is now in process of erection. A suitable and convenient in the ordinance."
be to correct that of the meeting of the Directors of this company held York, dated the 14th, says that Col. Fremont is lying No man was a more regular attendant the
< cut, it may proper Jot you Presidential house ought to be built near Who are the Supporters of GOT. Walker. upon
in Savannah e>n the lust, but merely announceto seriously ill in that city. public services OB the Sabbath. In this. h.
lt1 was an
4 ._ rtstemont, by announcing that nodcl-jy has r'ulte. our readers that propositions for a connection the centre of the city and in the most healthful .+ A Kansas correspondent of New York paper example oven to professed Christians. When in the

$ { the track is concerned. 77/e obstruction Road submittedby the M. and X. street ridge, with a front write on the 7th inst : .
P A 8 laying with the Brunswick recently Iscality-on Ax ASSORTMENT. New York during June, city, neither heat nor cold-sunshine &or fto/ui

; are removed, and the track (cross-ties end the Brunswick Compane were rejected in loto which could be there obtained, of four or five hun there were six murders, nine garrotings, six burg Gov. Walker has the people of Kansas with him. not even the preseac of those whom, as a publio

by the Main Trunk Directors. At Piola the other day, at the land sales, hf'addressed man, he might desire to conciliate, could himaway
iron) is actually laid beyond that point nlrcndy ; dred acres, extending northward to or beyond the lanes, four under the denomination of perjury and keep
An address by the Main Trunk Directors will appear a meeting-pro-slavery, free State, and abolition from the sanctuary. And often, when seated
will be "
the track
and the weather admitting of it in.our columns next week, explanatory of their city limit. forgery, eighteen violent assaults, nineteen larcenies -and was followed by an ultra Garrison- in hw accustomed' place, had the preacher observed

certainly) laid entirely through the deep cut by to- views and hat e proceedings. -0- eleven of the class counterfeiting, three suicide" Greeley man, who raked up all the old difficulties, the sympathetic tear coursing down his manly
of the U. R.
morrow.evening. .And a! the whole of the sUlcrluoul ITo:. JAMES OLTHCIE; late Secretary and a riot every day for general atllu ement. opened up old wounds, and produced a heated ex cheek, as he touched some chord which found a re"sponse -

earth will be needed to finish the embankments t On Sunday last gays the Wrikull Timev Treasury is in New York, the guest of Peter Cooper citement. Gov. Walker replied in a calm impassioned in his own great souL The religions element

and as this much material would /tare to bepro.ide4 there was more rain fell in lha county, than had Esq., where he has been waited upon by a number D. R. Eckles of Indiana huts been commissioned address, ia which, under the excitement of ran through his entire character; and, under circumstances

U seeming damage" the work turns fallen in two months previous.! On Sunday night of the most distinguished citizens. lie mad a as Chief Justice of the United States Court for the the moment he exhibited more than his usual ability more favorable to -development of
t leaving Mr. Foster the abolition speaker, literally that element, he vtould have puMiey adorned the
out t be, iu reality, at the worst, merely a benefitin it fell in torrents, accompanied with heavy winds call at several places of interest. It is the general Territory of Utah. Mr. Dotson will bo continued not a plank to stand upon. The result was religion which he kept peat up in his own heart

disguise I am, very respectfully, We fear this rain wa's to late to do the crops much desire of the merchants to see him on 'Change, antiS as Marshal there. The U. S. Marshal has not as that of a thousand men re sent. at least nine hundred After alluding to the pageant which accompanied

Your ob't servant, good. hint that he would he present on any particular yet been selected. With this exception all the Fed and fifty declared openly and in the most enthusiastic the remains of tho deceased to the tomb, the Doctor

LL TV. DuBOIS, Chief Engineer. In Jefferson county, we understand tornado day, would attract a large number who do not reg appointments for that Territory are made. manner that they would cordially sustain closed his discourse with the remark that while*
_n. Gov. Walker. Wherever he goes he is received looking down into his with the setting sun
over a section of country between uukeenah visit the bugy m:1rt. -0- grave
passed ularly
\ kindness
with the and the all
greatest Ito fast
people on casting receding his narrow house.
Academy rays upon
The Indians.'e THE NATIONAL HOTEL ENDRMIe.-The N. Y.
and 'Monticcllo. The crops on three plantations 0. sides avow a .purpose. to suotain him. and thev will he could not doubt that hu spirit was even then
had the pleasure of meeting In- our city, a through which we have heard of its pasbing, THE: WORTH IoocuIdF.sT-Thia monument which of Medicine have made n report on the singular sustain him. encircled by the effulgence of the uncreated alone

few days CoL Magbce of Tampa who informs were destroyed. We fear much more damage was was ordered some time since by the New York and disastrous endemic which prevailed at the I see it reported that ho is the representativeof ofthe upper sanctuary; and while the martial mn-

us that ps is now in a very quiet condition The width of through which it Common Council is to be erected in the triangular National Hotel at Washington last spring. a mere faction in thefTerritpry. Never was therea ale resounded through the groves of the beautiful
te done country more direct misrepresentation. On the 3d in t., Cemetry,he felt that the William L. Marcy
scouting not being able to find even the of ground at the junction of the 5th avenue This is emphatic in tracing the source spirit
of a mile-the extent piece report very
-pre passed 'A abut 1 quarter at omption, a congressional convention wash was even then listening to the more sublime music
track of lndin. nor can they Epeulat with any we have not heard. Trees were twisted off-?ome and Broadway at 24th street, New York. An of the disorder to malarial influences. : .ld. U was composed of about two-thirdsjnro- of the heavenly world.GES. .

of as to present whereabouts of General Worth -. i and one-third free-State Democrats. They
degree plausibility neir the rqota others near the top, some of which equestrian statue wrought In slavery
eWe: learn from Alligator Advirtiter,thata I nominated ex-Gov. Ransom of Michigan,
They are doubtle rusticating, during the distance of bronze of arms commemorative formerly
were carried to a thirty or forty feet a trophy inscription WALXIR 15 CAirrcaxu.-Tho San Francisco
man by; the name of Scott waa killed at White for Congress. They voted down-forty-two t. onea
warm weather, in the shade of some inaccessible .r of his participation in tbs _battles on the Western Bulletin, of the 20th ult
resolution Mr. Jenkins :
presented by a pledging says
Pus FEOM TEXAS. Springs, Hamilton County on :Monday last, in an
in- As ABOLITIOSIST
forest the of nature, Knd HEJO\E in Florida and Mexico
recuperating
frontier are designed thOjSnQport of the party to the Constitution to be
.p'er for of The citizens of Wood county, in the Northern part affray with Mr. Thomas Jordan, who, it is understood The intelligence of Walker's expulsion from Nicaragua -
re&ig A geatlya practicable people thereon. The monument will be completed on the adopted even if it shall not be submitted to the peo

nOldie hbit te materials of war for the of Texas, being disgusted with the course of a paper 20th of August, when it wll be inaugurated vith was acting in self defence. pIe. They cordially endorsed Gov. Walker and was received here with satisfaction. Whil!
0- address few denied that his life had been forfeited the
appointed a committee inviting him to by
called the Free Press held
in Quitman a
death truggle are not published ceremonies.
ti flL "Tf unapprised appropriate W The attendance (says the Albany Argus) of them and received him and his remarks with the laws of nations, all seemed glad that he escaped
forces to and resolutions repudiating the reports .
of the great increase .volunteer operate meeting passed -
ex-President Pierce at the funeral of Gov. Marcy strongest demonstrations of applause. You are with his head which Now that
against them and "vill '.attempt a.correspondingenlargement I in irculatiou, that they were abolitionists, nr The .citizens of Knoxville Tennessee, have at the inconvenience of n long and rapid journey wrong ia placing Dr. Stringfellow and others in opposition was not expected.

of their military appliances to maintain and calling a mass meeting to decide whether the invited Hon. Edward Everett to attend the Southern and to the territorial government. They arc this ill-fated war has been brought to a close, and

occupation cf the country. Bat Prs should continue to be published, or removed Commercial Conviction, .to be held in thattity from New Hampshire, was feeling graceful cordially with Gov. Walker and everywhere sustain quiet once more restored to Nicaragua, w. look
a permanent Fee tribute to his late distinguished Secretary of State. him, and so docs Col. Doniphan." forward with re-establithni of
cefebrate for the
decided to the the 10th of and his anxiety
we opiie, the .elde"retwf&lcTekn\1\ f san nuisance. They destroy on August repeat .
p and Winston Banks its editor and his address the Life and Character of Washington.n. the San Juan transit route,. and .$ patting into
office on
without tkrir bOt.the largely incrtM superiority gave nm- The last letter ever penned by the late Hon. Txoors FOR NIOAUGUA.-A passenger in the

of the invading mnny must drive them t'ltiw1oD friend Mr. Lemon, twenty-four hours t leave. The t1r The Cincinnati-.Enquirer. which gave cur Wm. L. Marcy and about which considerable curiosity steamer Thames from Greytown reports that twp operation again of the Nicaraguan_.line-of sUamers.
andLemon'left
citizens carried out the resolution and Banks rency to the rumor that the.lion. Mr. Cox had been has been expressed, was addressed to lIon. vessels from California were cruising off Punt Arenas Dr. M'Lana'i Celetrmtetf Liver Pill
in 1 less than the time .
Appointment.O .. 00.A .. pife 'killed by the lion. Mr. Mason in ,Kentucky, new John M. Botts of this city. Introducing the latter, with 600 men, and supplies of arms and ammu- IN TX.&&

-. as his friend, to lIon. Thomas II. Seymour United nition for Walker. TRAIl Co., Ti.p.ui, Jane It, ISM.Maun. .
Tdt foundation d
We are rejoiced Jo learn, feays the ijacon' STKEAKOF TIM RATE LCCK. The MariancaFla. "announces that the story is without ,at
States Minister at St. Petersburg Russia. Mr.Botts .._ Fiun Bmofc, PHUiurgh,Pa.
graph of t 21 at inat, that despatch ITM reeive ( .) Patriot b been informed that Mr. Joseph that they have had ,no serious dispute or contro G.istle"waTbIi U to certify that my m ther bad b..a
expects to spend several of the ensuing months in a Gov. OF GEORGIA.-The American Convention of
last Friday,from .Secretary Cobb, announcing that Bo.er.of Milton, Fla., discovered o the 24th ult versy. sutye to periodical attacks cC sick a ad-aea for a gmt
tour through and will visit most of its celebrated Georgia which assembled at the
Mirabeau B. Lamar of.Teau, now sojourningin at Bayou Mulatto, in Santa county, Fla., a Europe Milledgeville on many years; all UM usual remedies ftuTJnf to gins ntM oaotjota e
Gen received the appointment of Minister of measuring two R bushels. No USE roK.BIBLES.: -By the-lalt news from Utahwe resorts befire his return. 8th instant nominated lI
Mn h Confederation in South America. quantity gold learn that a missionary named.Van Emmon had 0- Troup country for the offioo Governor. determined,to try Dr. M'Laa's Celebrated Liver FU1*.

to th* Argentine will satisfaction not upon.a maiden, lest her beauty had arrived in the Territory to distribute the Bible tr Capt. WILLARD'a Company organized at Madison -.4- prepared bv you,and lmir1aiei proemrad.a tax* from UMOM

It 1 an appointment wh give general, be m Gae block to thee," i. a text worthy of among the mormons, but his reception must hate on Saturday last by electing L. A CRITKCB, t.The citizens of Anson county, N. C., have of which she received peal bendS refeved.,and so loof as she
in tijis IeCtIODOfCQUiltry. continued to UM lh m was enIrsIy
Gen. I.Amart..kes.th. plae of James consideration, when hoops 1 obstruct been a hot one as he published a notice announcing Itt Lieutenant H. M. Sirrrox, 2d Lieutenant, and voted a subscription $150,000 to the Wilmington, We have iowb e4itairrafJaOo.fTexas, foe the last fIll

[ A A J. reeD our'side walks.now.a-.Y hi intention to leave on the first of June. W. A. LIVINGSTON, 3rd Lieutenant. Charlotte, and Rutherford 'Railroad yews, and not being aM t.pwcwe.thee vataaM$U* hi?
recalled. ED. Fto.
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.raru-d.ick lats Hcke line sc won.e-and alG- returnaome" II" dt'trnnlf time Attachment. I NEW BOOKS. PROPOSALSFor LLIiH; ; "J. G. And0Ei'riToif GREAT nJDTTorrxRCD '- .; -


-.ct 11&1 nct0 been yOU rradoa1Jy fur a few If'Uln bnJH, If Dr. 1d.'La'If'. Celetirs- I Thomas Whiter ) In ustices Court, for the'Second JUST RECEIVED Scrcw-Propcllcr Sloop-of-War. NEW YORK: .TOOeisla. .
Inc It' rbirh.0g *. f} District of Leon Countv.,'' i.
dollar,for ffJ1 C
ttod Llrtr TOls. I herewith enIGe you one Nathaniel White ) Dental t 24 CC\ BOX ES Cliampaigne Cider, nxx-ola-a .
raIL Ad>lr"* Nr.noou.s: & NoVEL-
-ai r1f.aM' ""d m. rau P" mwB j Navy DEt'AI.TIUCT.Dur"au ) wJ 4 Tierces Rice.
f '1Il; defendant nJ all r"PHE! UNDKRSIONKD: ill>w receivingLu> utnalnm.plete.
others
DO RFA in
notified Stri'lUr
are hereby Europe June 1867.
; Construction fecn 27.
< J r 1 Itbl. Rail Rond Snn.T.to warrau eJ
,, A -s. Aw- 1 L of tbe commencement of thi* suit returnable EL GRINGO Travels in Mexico 'F\HE Bureau Superior .1 clt nf Spring hiodi WbICb i will be large and
lnk you would do wrfl to establish an i (ney in to alustke'e I ; will receive sealed proposal specifi1. whiten t teeth aid pnrify the brl'l\th-de. whitli\
I wiihrfY : Court to be hfld at TalWinssee the ISth DR. KANE'S Arctic ) he oWi(! upoa Lie uualUrralo bit 't
'.\. art wen known b >r?. and wouM tnwt on Expedition ;iI cations and plans until the 24th day of August cid lHv better thin nr\1Y-Irpli.lJe.} ,
tu.wt': "o'tlt'. MEBEPITII W. HESET.OTF.BRA day Oetober, A. D. 1807, and !u appear and j.lead I MKMOIR of S S. Prciitiss. Specd.es. &"'.; next, endorsed For Me Cvni'rtictiun of a Sttain- the'Drilm of atWisjin.1) Flower PerIODS I pt:iK-iutl ctisto.T.ert.:BIK! in all instances WILSOS.March liber din.

VE;' ":! '! Will b 'uef\11 to""k f..r Y'LAXE-S to the same. Ill J I K; DAYS of my life-A novel by the J'roprller Stnop" -( War." authorized by the act of who u-- the si tide will LIVE coun:" mad* for CASH. i D, C.

t r.D VEKMIFrO.E manufactured by FLxtOIt. ,, Given under my hand RII.d) seal this 24th day of author of Margaret and Zuidee ; Congress, approved 8d March. 18:7. forever aud never DIE. 14'b'T. U ..

Vermifnpe* in rotop*n- Julv, A. I). I45. ISABEL-A novel; The proposals must be for the hull, and i I "
> ,
..or patIlht/"D1. r. AH other spars par Fur sale by R. H. BERRY. THE LATEST S RING AND "SUMJlE
} wortbt"- Pro 'Ir.e- pcnoineVerniinZe, IIts"b I j. EDWAKDM.AVEST. [L.R.] ARTISTS WIFE-A novelSCONSELflA ; spars rigg'ng and blocks sails and spore sails awning Juno 27. '.7 26

f..n,.rt'4'if'bratf'd 'LtVrf Pin".CM, rmw Joe 1..J =t an repecab1 lt' Ji.tice of the Peace.Jllly : y;\ new novdbv *. &(., 110114.: anchor alcal.ll's.'\ t.ink. (cnsk. lurnhin -.- -- ------ :

': I' .rM. V4'S.. "",lIift' tr L'\l ut:"C IIt'{""t"," ef 25, 1857. S0-3m } Sitittns ; Jrc.. .I1If't.
FLEYl G I Rn: ---- '----- ------. -- ---- 'MdX'UGALL A HOBBY.] i; mini #|iire work, with n'l' the equipment an.l outfits ,

,f It.] --,----- -- Attachment. July 4, '57. ,27A ._ i of a ahip-of war ; t-> be complete! an.i 1 rendy in all re- 10 OR 1200 To be had at .
------ -- -- -- ------- to receive her iecrnuJ
sheets o men, provision,
1 'LflUIED.t en th, ttb of Je1,. hr *. 1 Kdward! Barnard Jr, ) In Justices Court, for the Don't Read This ,I - '-ie1. at donU..nlFlorida. : VSecond District of Leon 13 { O-lJLllrfJLJlO: of j '
J.1. un .1\s 11' .b. E'J1 Ln: c. Co. The :annan'ent, "!ti>ie< and provisions will be frruib"d ; j pound BACON on *-
to, TTro E Ramlll" Pr. 5.'f.Jf. of ..1efTriC Nntnn-Jicl White. ) Attachment for $22 33.100 011, DOX'T by UK gll\'t rnll1cllt. Miccmukie. Refer to I THE UNDERSIGNED( i is n .vr receiving a Unfrf
of bf'late C1I1'4n
C 5COTT. danshll'f' ; r| IIE defendant and all othfi,* n.toc&ted arc herc- E received frun New Oilman Per The ppeciHciitinns/nust! fa'ly describe the mMeri MOST O. ,fe J. MEGINNISS.j 1 variedteck of.SPRING and SUMMER! '

,uuIY. F\.loi'. ----- --- i: Jby notified the criimu-noi iiH'itt of this} suit, \/ Schr.htvejust: Win. U. IVttis, and New York: 1'er ala to be u' (.d. the method and sizes of fastenings the 1--!j July 4, '57. .27 GOODS, tu the inspection of which h. inrite UM' ;-.

---' I returnable lo a JustiiV* C ,uit to bo held at TullaIa.} ,. j, Balk K. II. Gamble, a large nUll well selected detail of sizes ami arrungc-meut of the machinerv. 1j -- --- "----- Public generally! : 'S. *' tc

,OUITVtRY.Ltthe | see 12th Ja.y.fUcl"('r, A. 1) 1857, and to appear STOCK OF GROCERIES. various fixtures of equipment and outfit the cabin; foro.jptiun j Per Wm. R. Pettis, COX3I3TIXO 15 PAET OF:

'. J"'ldoIlf' of The f'6tate of ..TohnV.. Cptl'n !AIG1tXjAE. ; and plead to the 6Rme.I I waidtuoiu fur 12 officers. steerage f.,r 14 officers I FROM jVfiH' ORLEANS : Chintz,Barege.Grenadine .

daiyravr of.Ahner K. Isler. 'n llth F-l {I I Given under my band :and seal: tU.i 24th day of -A L 9 OVincs. apartments fur 4 forward: officers the store. sail. and Organdie Flounced Robes. .

11-1' jiM lath) July.l,.:. n iih <1r>'mtery.r .! July. A. D. 1S57. \ Brandies, \rups. Ciirars, ,{'c. I In'ead, clothing, issuing rooms, A.C., sickbay. magazines : ,I 1 1 CASKS Side "and Shoulders} Solid Colored and Figured Bareges,

f 'I he4-mef a' r'iinful duty t) rord the drath of ( : EDWARD M. WE T. L. ".] The Sulwcribers are drtrmined after this late to hell rooms spirit-rooms, bolls chain: and other t) I" plaia! :''. Silk Tissues and Crepe de Pan,

:t ,:11nwrf'aLing a chill. Pieiu 1x-3on in all j jpLL au.1 ; Justioo! (,f the Peace. abandon the system selling goods on a CREDIT. I lockers ; also, the dimension of the) spars, boats anl: 3 Tierces Sugar Cured Harr.!. Chintz Brilliant, .. i .

'. -iUt: ..:u lc hA: l-n/"lfa.h no one both {rrt-at *n
t ... ;m T<'rm": he WftI1.Jlen1 H-tiouate! and 1vrWf Upon application to time mmandunt (If any nnv). 2 Hula choice Brown Sut'ssr, and Amer'o. Gingham.
t- r we will at any time be happy to serve our customers yard. the bid.ler the list of I 75 hbl. Extra and Superfine Flour '
can see stores and PriuU
; to kpr mohff''commands : but?he has pone hcnw, tl Savannah Medical College. I provi French, Engliin. and Amer n. ,
.1:11"5'1'1 r'n and dm'.h shall be feared and felt no with goods of every 'scripticn at a small advance sums with wInch the government will furbish the ship 1 White Beaaa, Black 'uult.de Loire,
,her* : < above New York and New Oilenn ices. If I'
pi you'hi'ubt and for which also the 1 Lard Oil
sn-- our fOye" 'hall no more b"hf>U her until the day TI UIE ANNUAL COURSE: of LECTURES will contmotor in hit plans must Black Gro de rhine
"h'rt. it, come and us, at J. B. Gamble's Old "
(,>r *.l. How painral U was !.> "f'her unallcr r'swsser -L eonimeiice on tfco first Monday in November:! try provide capacity and nivmicnt 6tOW1l (. 2 Molasses BI ck Cballiet. .
enjn Monroe and JrfTerson Streets.BROKAW .
Stand. Corner of
0.: The must be 2" Lard *
plans working drawings, from which; Bombazine
Dext. and
,"nJf'r AbOUt .a\r.1 her }Ma when rtc v=sin I Alpaca *
tPT A RHODES. the < be built 1 lies Beef -
hip can showing the inboard arranoireiits _
of d--ath tlic low couch no if phe
FACULTY
; the artn upon I :
.rral' May 2H, 57. 21-tf "
the allotments of space for accommodations 10 Pork Linens.
.natedhorio Jo'min come frticsonie j-lay. T.ut alas he I R. D. AfiNOL ', M. D.. Practice )1 ,d.-ai. In" "er litl* *P:rit hatak<1" Ita Ciphtfr.cai" i P. M. KOLLOCK. M. Ohsiet.ios. age objects Fronting *rnl! Shirtirg Linen,
$ D. I S20 REWARD. of equipment, outfits 'rosmsmms, and stores, the ar- 1 Box S'noke-1' Beef Sujir Cured! Ti.nsu"!.
ihc.-", v>Jn.a: the happy band ho surround the *Bc.ngh W. G. IJULLOCH. M. D, Sur 'IY. I iiinieiiintof the machinery and the disposition of the Fill Sale ('.A Sl" LH. II. BhRRY.; Pillow Cue and Sheeting" Linen,

.ai.i.-?' T<>r iho little children to ce unto me. I J.; G. BOW.\tI1.] M. IX. Anatomy.Jl I ex.rI HE sulJ"clikr"iH give the above reward coal. There mtwt >Iso b<; a plan of th' sail, showing June IS. '57. 24 Fancy Shirting Linens.

Fs-cn f il. lifl" one, may peace thy graTe aU 'n.i. ;RiAII HAPUI-S. M 1), Physiology. /Or JL for the o.ife delivery of his boy AARON the courses top sails, top gallant sliIjiL! cud ---------- Fancy Linens,for Gent and Youth wear. .

'Till lif'1* bri.f page ,hall <*nd ; I i J. P. READ, M.: D. MatciUMedica.JuSEPil .,%>. to him at his plantation, or in the Jail nt Monticello. span Salt Salt. Spring and Summer

Tl'C5 ma> .f n\ffl on that bright shore, JONES M. D.. Chemistry.' I The boy i is twenty-four years of agp is about ker.The plans will 11 be accompanied) by u model 1, which} ,

ftborf fn'fwpll tlionghta will I* Ffut no ranre, j], ,T: J. WEST, M. D. IVmonstraloi. six feet high very black high h fuiehead. trim built ; with the drawings of the hull must be 0:1 a scale of 1 OnO SACK LIVERPOOL. in fine order. AhTLLA
*:nt ,hut a 'T'J Consolation it should b< t<>the bf rcaM"!! j '.he r..limiuarCOUfS< of Lectures will commence I weighs about one hundred] and fifty or sixty pounds! one quarter of an inch to a foot JL, landing per Times and for side by J

rar.nt*to i now that she has passed from earthly trouUf toM t on the lith October next Clinical Lectures will bt he ranawsiv about Ijjur months sin(e. and is lurking The ship to be pierced for ch:13e.Ii'em, and broad McNAUGIIT, ORMOND A CO. .. J

nun v r.1 with the W"d. Then sorrow not, but try to j delivered, regularly at the City Hospital. This Institution I about Cer.tieville. PICKENS B. BIKD. tide ports, tin latter nnt leg than 12 in number on April: _4, 1857._ -__. 14 or EVE.&T ozaCBirriox.

TaM that 1lIt: !< nuf on that bright shore. A. q. C. will accommodate over 100 patients. For July 11. 1857. 23 each side nn-1 to he 14 feet 2 inches from centre! to Rice-Fresh Rice.

,- ::: :::_ : I rirther particulars address: een'.re. The port still to be 20 inches above the deck ; Bonnets,. .

;?- Fnncral Notice.-The Funeral the late Mrr. J. (i. HOWARD Dean. Just Received the ports 41 inches fore and aft, find S8 inches in.lepth. I *T A WHOLE mid] HALF Tieices of Rice toa-rive : rh A LARGE AasoxTMrMT or

; ELIZA A.
v. G. tV- Pratt at Fi pah Church, Leon 1I 1 PER "J. G. ANDERSON," The weight armament to be provided,! fur in the in jour orders awl! have it marked you who wait.ALSO STRAW BONNETS.

:d Augutt Notice. ii-placement will be ICO toni r.f 2,240! .
'",f"U;: on "uj>dsv.the day prox. ABEAtTIFULANIVARIEI> pound -
.DII The t 'tnl) complement of officers and men will bet lower TRIMMED LACE AND STRAW BONNETSALSO
undersigned wishes: } to know who lost sonic AfSOKTMEXT: OFLISLK 150 Boxes Manufactured TOCACCO. at
THE in the the 15th instant. ; !t ; persons, mid the ship must tow piovisions fur* this the ufNew A L480E ASdOCTMCCT Or
ci. :)'R. EPITOR:-Do us the favor tt) nn- ) cars on BRAIDS.) h< Tiimmin-s, ,Ir.. rlinC'C'\. prices than you pay Spring in big city
JOHN MASON. 1 Skeleton Skirts. SettBiass Skirt 120 d.ns, and water fur 9'J das, with condenser York.' For further particulars enquire at French Flowers, Artificials .iiUflC.- il1Ir" i.eilisaue.for the office of Sh<'rifffor the July' IS 2S57. 2Dt -:L I Spiing for distilling fresh water. Fuel to be curry f.r I:s D. LADD. Newport.
IIo BUTLER t' DEN11AM.
c,-.:,itv of T. (.n. \1 the (I'u'ng elation in October t June'p! 27, 'G7. ') ; days' full steaming and the vessel to make under March 21. '57. 12 Embroideries.
steam alone at her deep-load draught (.f water tenkmt
-----
fXt. Mr. RICH\CD SAUSDERS. City Ordinance. Rich Y.1 ncine. Maltese and Honathan sells of
: in ( _
a smooth sea. The deep bit-] draught of wa- .
MANY VOTERS. Lc '/ tiduitird ly the Jnteiiilant and City Council Lt Just Received M tf r. when armed amid l fully equipped, with men. provisions I iIANTTLLASroR I Collars and under "Ieeves.Ernb'd. .

-i; IK.- : EmTORDo us the favor tonDOU'1C.e cf Ttrflahasice 1st. That an ordinance entitled anvrdiuance mini ptorrs of all Kimls and, rtady for sea not mouslin Collars from 12i eta to$ ..

'. to establith and regulate the market of the Per Schooner/ ''n lIl. /,'. Pdlis : to exceed 1 G feet and the lowest, port still to be S Tin EU1 'd. mouahn Sleeve.

in your next; issue, for re-election for the City of Tallahassee and for other pnrposl'pas'e.1 feet above the load line. and Summer of 1857.
: DIIUMS Fresh lied Fig", Spring Hats
r.jeC i cf Tax Assessor an'! Collector for the co nty 21st July, 1828 and revised and approved August I 50( G Boxes Fiefch L'-tnoFii, The propeller to be fitted t. hoi-t up ; nod the .il- ,

of L.. rot the eusuing Octwl-er election, Mr. L. CpEMILLY 25th, 1841, be, and the same i* hereby repealed.2d. '2 Case Gnnva: Jelly, e r< to have a telescope chimney. PO that tlieship! miy r"ur SUI5-C1UL5ERS have received I by Ex- ren.L A LARGE ASSORTMENT OV

Respectfully. lie it fvrthfr ardaintd That it shall be the I 1 Trail New not be impaired as a cruiser under sail, fur which the a few of th"- most Faihionable a-iJ I by far the f.1I Gents and, Youths Spring and Summer All

duty ofth City Maishal to attend at the Maiket- Dall's.A)1F.S A ia inten-h'd. moot tl'-Mnble,
LIVELY.June HATS. A
:MANY VOTERS. House every morning, from day-light until 8 o'clock I IS57., 24BROADWAY The bidder will state the time cOII"ilere'1 neces'innto Chantilly Lace Mantillas g

A. M. from the first of October to the first of March, complete the ship for sea, together with the pike, 1
tO" V"E are authorized and requested to and until 7 o'clock from the first March to first Octoi I!i -- I fully equipped} as l efore named i i 1i of various patterns an 1 de.icjns, which they offer on Clothing, .

sanour.ee LEMUEL JONES, as a candidate Tax I bcr, and that any person or persons offering I beef for I GOLD PEN i The object of the department iu inviting proposal the }o.t reasonable termCall early it DENHAM.if yon wish A LARGE AS3OETOL.VT Or

Collector of Leon at the Election sale within the limits of tbe City shall exhibit to the i is to obtain the very best ship-of-\vnrt t hat the mercantile the choice selections. BUTLER OenU fashionable CLOTHING.
end -
A' s or county I Manufacturing Co. '
s March 14. 5; 11
Marshal the bead ears, and hide, of said beef or marine cnn produce, and propasals will be received :_ _

in Oowbernext- beeTelaurl the Marshal frhall keep a book in which 3:5: DROVW.U"EW YORK, from shipbuilders only. j I Tallahassee Sash and Blind Boots and Shoes,

w- he shall record the mark and brand of the enid hides now selling their splendid Gold Pens Pen The proposals, specifications and drawings which} 'I' A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

and cars and tbe flesh marks and color of the same, ARE and Pen Cafes at the Lowest Retail Piiees confurm to the conditions now prescribed and c)m. I F.A.CTC B.Y. Ladies Gent Youths and Child SHOES.

lldu bbrrtiStlnr1ttS.) with the name or names of the vender or ,venders and each purchaser Draws aPREMIIL1PREM }Line the greatest mimbor of 1111":mtnl'O. will be selected !, r|IIE lersigned: i adopts this method of informing L ,_ -ALSO-,

and after the above hours it shall be the duty of the and the j>nce must receive the approval of the JL the public, that he bus recommenced the above I

I vender or venders to find the Marshal and exhibit IUM-I'JEMI] : UJI department l before a contract will be made. The I. s in tlr city of 'IIllahma4see, and. would be Servants SHOES of every quality.

THEATRICAL EXHIBITION. said head cars and hides; and its-hall be the duty of from 50 cents to 4-1000) reputation of bidders as successful constructors will : pleased l to receive the pitrnnage of hi* friends Shopat STAPLE GOODS. #

of the Marj-hal to have the record book at nil times J\r .on ni a Pen 01 IVncil is purchased the Preiniurn have due weight. The specifications: drawing, anti : the Rail R-ad Depot. I. W. BO WEN.

GREAT ATTRACTION subject to the inspection or examination of any individual is delivered immediately.LIST models of parties not obtaining the contract can be I March 7. ';'. 1'') Cotton and Linen Osnaburgs, I

----.- who may wish to sec it, and if any person or withdraw by (hem. __ Brown and, Blue Shirting and Sheetings
OF PI i S AND TUP. HETUL TRICES :
PERFORMANCES of a highly interesting charnc1 persons frhall violate the provisions of this ordinance, ___July_ 11. 1S7. 23 II 1t I I D LA LARCJE l..t just re- Marlborough Plaid and Stripe,
t wille-mcorTat the College fin ThuibdiVc he. she or they phall, on conviction be fined in a sum Gold; Pens..l 25 and 1 Gift jJ..Ji1Lii. C..I1',1 byldJOUOALL.t Choctaw Stiipes, Apron,Checks,

:(.nn g r.;next at eeily candle 1i. .i. The CoipnuiF ; ," not exceeding ten dollars for each and every offence, .1 Kngrob-ing: t-ize . 2in ". 2! Gifts. Jane: It. WiVn.! Center L. Ilauphton .") ) HOBBY. I Bed Ticking. Ac, 4 ,
rf mnen is composed of pupils vf the Tallahassee I or forfeit the beef at the discretion of the Intendant S.htr Ex. Holden250) 2 an 1 Lucy: N. Ilanghton, liiiwife March 21. '57. 12 EI.A..B.W,'A. E.
< I Silscr 1)1,1.) Ex. Holder. 875 3 do William TV.V51on.. Still
I -- ---
..iu'.r for the benefit of tbe City, and the City Mar,1jallaall.: A and well elected Block
Mammoth 5 00 4 (!I.) C rnlia M. \Vil'i by William large of HARDWARE.
,5t.l: 25. S57. :0 for the performance of this duty. receive a fee (if 200 Bbls. Assorted Flour. AH of the above articles will be tll)1c1lnw
---- ---- ---- I h\"ellty.fi\"e cents for each hide and ears HO examinedand leviathan G V5 5 do TS' TVilsoa I. }her next fiicud, by
-- the Fountain P.n Gold De.-k Holler. :Ji 75 8 il- t",. 7 ,"r DilLS Plant's : )1 extra brands. D. C. WILSON.
i recorded to be paid by owner or owners or '
Notice. I vender (.f the beef so exx.>M.d to sale. l.ua'"th. cL I box 0 25 5 doLe John MeD ,ugall. Executor tfSi1Iii Cli-tnceryIuiham ( ',) 75" Extra.St.: Louusuperfine..\ March 14, :7. II

1f 57. \ i'n (('1,1 Pen O'M Desk Ilul'r A C 23 5 do Wilson ..kceaseuVii! inin l the Circuit CourtW. 50 Superfine.
lC FIRM <-f SMALLWOOD, ANDERSON A Passed aud Approved, Jnly I 13. .
_L CO. having expired bv limitation and the r :-:- II F. KITES. Intfr.dant. Gothic Silver Cage nnd Gold Pl'". t? 75 :X do Dutton. Leander G. Hail and | Middle Circuit of Corn.

Trnn bus-mess of J. GEORGE NDERSON. Esq, I Attes't; -C. IIcTcni.v.so.v, Clerk. Main'oth[ Go'ic; ilv'r Ca oil (.rItl1.n fi 'J5 o do Julia A. Rill, his wife Floiida, TAil)!) C Tlj above will l>e sob! low for CA!II and CASH only 1 nffcn BUSHELS CORN for sale by

i-g the nn.lersici l have f-micd a eo-partner.xhip. under I July 18, 1S57. 22-? w Gold; Tooth. PI..k; . . . 250 '> .lo Hunger and Mary D. Hunger, I and in loU to dealer un.1! retailers at reduced price lUUVJ HOPKINS & MKGINNIS3
and Ear Pick. . r. 75 3 do his wife Naomi \
tb firm of SMALLWOOD. EAULE i CO, and 11 -- \. Dutton, a *. by D. c. WILSON.Mjy March 21. '57. 12Ladies'
Gold \Vah Key, To'th Pick t I'eu'l S 75 3 do minor William Henry J 2i, '" ;'. 21
vT;: ntiDuc the business of the late Firm at theme _
: United States Mail Line Ladies' Gold Pencils . . 2 f,0 2 do ter,Rosetta Elizabeth Me
No. 10 BKAVER ST&EET. Dress (Goods.
place. U . . . 375 3 do Laura E. M'-Ahstcr! a MCAli'-J Bacon and Flour.

*_?ZTr.aure*, -FHOM- . .. 5 (Ii I 4 do stud Adolia, Bertha /> A BDLS. SWISS MUSLINS, plain and.figured.
J. L. SMALLWOOD, NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST Flour 10 half do. .
JOHN H. EARLE and Pen . G 25 5 doG I apncsiring; to the Couit )iy nl!,lo-rit made and! O4 llhil Bacon Shies, u t4 checked,
-A\D- eilts' G .ld Cases and Pen . 10 00 8 do filed! in this cau e, that all the above named ilc- Linen Lawn French Print*, eta.
THOS.J. I'ERK INS. 'I .i Awl4 DDLS that HA ME FREXC'H II HEAP.Lauding Landing from antl! for sale bvMcNAUtJUT
amr"n.
Min'oth fize2 hoWe .
will be conducted iu INTERMEDIATE FRORIDA PORTS, 50 10 ( f'wlantil. except John MeDougall, reside! bey<>n Tie bcsiwM at Tijllahassee warrant all our Gold Pens to be Diamond Pointed jrri"oiction of this Ci uit. and -yond t+ie limits of from the Pttti4. and f.J" s.iV bvMcNAUGIIT ORMOND 4 CO.

iho name (THOMAS J. PERKINS & CO. CONNECTED WITII THE and not surpassed by any rjUiblibment in the this State l lmt within the United Stjites ; It ii orjrrcd, ORMOND & CO. April 18./:7. 10

S. York July. 1857. S0-2t ]JSent copy. STEAMER ISABEL states and besides given you 1I't'n or Pencil w rll That said defendants %ViliiamV.. Dutton Leander April 18/-:- -7. _ 1C -- -

worth Jour money we nl:o precut jou with Gifts U. ]'111 and] Julia A. Ball, his ,wife, Mungerand --- Book Bindery.
FOE HAVANA AND CHARLESTON AT KET WErtT.
For Sale, .....- worth from 50 cents to lln, ) iii Mary I). Mungcr, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a Gloves, Hosiery, & Hdkfe Bo-A- Bindery l ofMcDOUGALL A HOBBY
:
mir: William Henry Me Alister, Rosetta ElizabethMeAlister. T ADIES'. Misses Gentlemen and Bovs' rl"'fE '
Lvos Conrrr FLA. GOLD WATCHES GOLD auauni VEST CHUVS, Hose again in operation.
1 A y AI.t'AtLE PJJIXTATIOX IN THE SOUTHERN Laura II .!e.tliter, a minor, and Adtliartha -L/ aid half Hose. March2l.57. 1 Ii'.
GoM Loeket.i Diamond Pins. Cameo srltGold !
f "\\TiLL be fold nt pii-ate sal, that fine plantation' B,- WiUon apjiear and answer the Hill filed! iu Buck. Threat 1 and Lisle Gl.vc.s. .
-
Studs Breast Piu Silver! Fruit and
Rings, ,
; } } knowa as the Barrow Place. formerly Steamp Company this cause on or" l>t-f"rc the first Monday in December English Twilled Silk and Linen Cambric Udkfs.
Cake Baskets Silver Goblets, tc. a Seed Rice.
owned bv Cot DaviJ Barrow, and now by Bryan < next ; otherwise the complainants' bill shall be takenas Landing per :-IIIIfHon. nH,1 for s-ile: bvMcNAUGHT
OF NEW aS 5 9Si OELKASS
Croom. some ten miles N. E. of Tallahastee. The A G G'XTS-A a'Sl.A: GEXTS I confessed: 1'ivfideJ, That this order be pubi-hed! ; ORMOND A CO. 100 BUSHELS SEED RIOE. Ibr *ale by
taken the mail contract for above
plantation contains Twenty,five Hnndrei Acres of HAVING ports Now is the time and here H tbe chance tt make once a week f or four months pre?edirug the said Rule April 18/57. 16 HOPKINS MEGINNISS.

Land, the greater part of which is equal to any landin two first class Sea Steamers regularlytwice $l,0OO-$2OOO-3OO0-5OOO Day in December, in some newspaper published in March 21/67. 12
month, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the
Florida. There are about twe've or fourteen hun a the of Tallahassee. SPRING & SUMMER
15th and 29th, and leaving the same evening. in the sale of Gold Pens, Jewelry, dc., fc City
th.f per year .
; dred acres of open land and the remainderfinely Ordered at CUnWE.s. thin seventeenth day of Julv, Spring and Summer
tiered, including a large quantity of very superior land THE STEAMER SPRA 1'" We offer a Liberal commission to Local and Traveling A. D., 1857. J. WAVLE3 BAKER, 'Judge." -ccxD.4 Styles

; jet to c ear. The improvements very good-alibelling will leave New Port in the {morning and St. Marks Agents, and give them Credit on Oue Half till July 18, IS:'. 2'JtmNotice -- --- For i8 '. '

t Louse.good quarters fur about one hundred terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee sold. A light and agreeable business and above all I10DGKISS( SCOTT & POOLEAre THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last'

negroes good fences to. The plantation will be sold taking mail, p3'Brogertl.> baggage and freight to and a good paying bueineps. Agents wanted in all partsIf from New York a full and elegant assortment -
now
receiving Stock
a Large of
one-third cash the babnce in one and two years. from the Steamer,and returuiag in season for the afternoon the country. A CuLilouge containing a List of of, LADIES DRESS GOODS, consisting
with ioterert from.(date )sale. The plantain trill train. Goods with full Explanations of terms to Agents will 4 LL persons having demands against the csUileJL PHISGXD SUMMER GOODS of an endless variety of the most fashionable styles

be shown to any one desiring to purchase by Mr. The travelling ppblic can now reel assured that this be .ent on application free. All orders! wiII be promptly :-\ of Jack on J. Smith, dl'ceaseJ.late of Leon county Embrneituj: every imaginable style of of Paris Printed Organdies on plain and plaid cloths '

l Hyman the manager on the place. Purchasers will long desired and frequent/! attempted communication attended to. and those sending up money by maiL l are hereby notified to present them, properly authenticated LADIES' DRESS GOODS, viz: from plain to full chintz colored.
will receive such goods as they order by the return to the undersigned administrator within Organdy robe
apply to the nudergigned in Tallahassee. to and from the abovepcrU is in buch hands as LACKS MANTLES designs entirely Dew,
< W. CALL. to warrant aud success. mail or express, with the Gifts euclosed in the packa the time prescribed] by law or they will be barred ; : SCARF-, ROISKS: MtTeLIs, Jaconet *. a* to

July !5. 385;. CItfNotices Passengers permanency having elave servants: must see to ges. Address all orders toIEltr.ICKJ and all those indebted are requested to make payment SILKS, BoxIn', &:., &t.. Printed Barege robe. d'ign. entirely new.
BENTON A- DEAN, mediately. A lot of Grenadine robes, Btrrped; Brocade and Chun
clearing them at the Custom House, Iwfore going on I larjc Hoys'A Cluthill.T,
335 Broadway N. Y.Ii. JOHN CASOX, AdrnV. Flounces,
board. lot ofIells',
5-Gold Pens pointed in superior manner. July 18, 185;. 2!-Sw large Clothing, Foulard silk Flounces.

ALto persona Laving claims or demands of what Cg:; Also further look after your Baggage to yourself.For Enclose the Pen nnu thirly-mae cent* iu P. 0. Sump\ "--- -- Bouts, Shoes, Hats, and Caps. Double skirted Mdrquijm Flounce. gethr with

nature against the estJle of Roderick K. particular Apply LADD and the Pen will be repofnted in J rolnrned post-paid. FULTON FOUNDRY And every other article Merchandise suitablefor I beautiful: assortment of Linen Cambrics in drew
DANIEL
Shaw deceased late Gadsden county Fla, are no. Agent. July. '57. 27- m this market. I pattern white printed and Polka spot Bnlliantet,
tified to present them to the undersigned administrator New Port VIa, July 11, 1857. 28 = 1ab.assco, F.n. {;$?" Call and examine them.! .3 I printed Percales in great variety &c. :. Ac.'BUTLER .
-
ef Kud estate, within the time presciibed 1 by law.r rl"lIE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the! Ii ODG KISS SCOTT & 1'UOLK. Jfc DENHAM.

this noticeill be plead in bar thereof; and those AKULLA mON WORKS SO-L thern.LOTrl'ERY that they have sfK-iatcd themselves ia April 11./57. 15SHeritf I March 14, '57. 11
indebted said make IJusiocSol uuder the and le of -
': to estate are requested to pay. name style --
:Ne"'C'V' Por"t F1a. .
aeht -- -- -
immediately. Cardy. Baya & Co., 's Sale. Opening of the Season.

26, 1657. THOMAS S08wNotice.R. SMITH Adint'r.July This Establishment is. Now. Under Full Bind.I SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, for the purpose of following the tiudc of Found. rs andMachinists ] I)Y virtue of a writ of hVri faciad, i.-Bued! from the BONNETS :
.
and to execute all Linda if
are prepared ( J Clerks office ,.f Leon Circuit Court Millie Circuit
9 I I the death of Mr. Pond, Mr. OEO. a KING work appertaining to this }huaincc Steam Ijig'ne of Florida, herein the Union Bank of Florida i is Head Dresses, French Flowers
SINCE KV THE HAVANA }'L01" I'l'iGI.E'lIJ1ErS.
: charge; all communications therefore furnished to Older and warranted to give satisfaction. plaintiff and Joseph A. Br.iden ie defendiint, I have Rushes, Ribbons Blond Edg-
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14 SIX Months after date the undersigned, admiuis- relative to work, tc, should be addressed to him. Sugar Mills anti Castings of all kinds. n-ade with levied upon and will expire for ale[ nt public out

11 of the estate of Mary A.Bezeau, deceased, All work coming under the head of this business ANDERSON & SON, neatness and dicpatch. Plans and estimates furnished in the }highest bidder, on the first Monday in August cry ings, &.C., &C.

:I late of Leon county, "ill present his final account and will be promptly mechanically and neatly executedat MANAGERS, of all kinds of Machinery and, Engineering. Theyare 1857 between the usual hours of sale, before the Bonnets trimmed. _
i vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of raid of will also sole agents for Hoard . moderate tc Court house door the
as a charge as price labor city of Tallahasee, the follow-
county, and ask to be discharged.ThQMAS SUCCESSORS TO J. F. WINTER, MANAGERS. (? and and liarrisoifs .
for Ginning Cotton iinding Sawiug
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justify. in:; land to-wit: Th N E 4 of sec. 11.1 T 1. R 1, S i Crape .
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J. PERKINS mrJul Thin Establishment is not kept up for the purposeof NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY MXE TICKEKTS! Grist Mills for btcarti or horse power. W, containing! 160 acre more or less. Crape and Straw Bonnets trimmed. *
, 2S, 185'1. 80WHO -6in making to dear bought JOSEPH CARDY, Levied as the said White and Black "
money, (strange say) as 30,000 TJChETS-3,2S6PRIZES upon property o defendant and frames
experience has demonstrjted to roe, it cannot be donein WILLIAM HAY, to be sold to satisfy writ according to law. Plain Straw to __ _

WANTS MONEY ? this region at this branch of business-but for the Prizes Payable Without Deduction. JOHN CARDY. H. T. BLOCKER Sheriff. Hair Nenpolitande. :

benefit of the unfortunate who happen to have Engines May 30. 57. 22-ly June 27, '57._ ___ 26-Lf_ Flat Bloomer, Gipsies, Shaker Hood Infant Lee-

$00,000 and such like, to repair. Capitol Prize $60,000. -- horn, Coburg. tc, :. t .

XAY BR OBTAINED BY BRISKING 10 DOLLARS, The Patterns, Stock, JfacJiltury, Tool, kc.:being Notice.T Just Received from N. Y. Head Dresses unsurpassed for style and variety .

t ?Inlvc* and Quarter Tickets Large, in Order and Good Condition ETTERS testamentary having been granted to FEW 1000 of those justly celebrated H. SE-, Ribbons of the moat ercinidta'design* ia great variety .
IN PROPORTION. Jol can be Turned Out with JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY, us as executor's of the last Will and Testament A GARS. black and white Rushes nanow. medium and

' Jfeatntu and IJi6p4:. BY AUTHORITY OF TIfF STATE' OF GEO. of John (I. Guisti deceased. late merchant, resident in -ALSO- wide Blond Edging Zephyr Lace and all other articles !-

JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERYSI Shafting, Pullies, Plumber Boxes Hangings fur OLA.SS Z.DrawB the town of Quincy, Gadsden county Fla Notice id A few dozeD GERMAN BITTERS. appertaining to this 'department of a Ladies

1 ALTKOKRTofthe lUTE of caoaiz*, Shaftings. Spur Gearing Water and Steam Pipe July 15th, 1857 nt St. Andrews' Hall. Savannah hereby given to all cretlitorl.lcKlJ.t.ecS.and person entitled BUTLER & DE HAM. toilet. BUTLER A DENHAM.
to distributive shares of the estate. of the said March 14./67. 11 .
f Havana Plan Single Numbers. Stop Cocks Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars Plow Castings Gn., under the worn superintendence of W. deceased to their cliama or demands to us, June 27. 57. 26 .
Sugar Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill arid R Symons, Esq., and J. M. Premiss, Esl1.AGXU1CE1' ) present
within two from this the
f. settlement date
.r years or French Flowers Summer 1857.
30,000 TICKETS- 3,280 PRICES Gild Mill Gearing Circular and Upright Saws, tc_ SCHEME
: name will bo barred by the statute after the !

Amounting t. $216,260. Notice.
1 . . .. . . 20,000 WM. S. GUNN and CIIAS. U. DuPONT, Exfrs .&c we mention : S
Prizes Payable Witbont Deduction. Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. .. .. BY Express we have received a beautiful assort 10 4 and 11-4 Allendale BheetJnT,-
1 .. .. .. 10,000. Quincy,July! 4/57L 278wWILLIAM'SCOTT of the
halt dozen constantly above selected in New
Having some a Engines myself York Pillow Caee
from .
ANDERSON SON. 1 .. .. .. .. .. 6.000 tho latent Linen
Managers caused the Establishment to be erectedthe European importation .
Successors to J. F. WISTCR running, 1 .. .. .. .. ... 4,000 market. expressly for this 8-4 and 10 4 CounUrnaaw,
Manager.Our must it BUTLER &
always tame rely cause on having keep work done up. at Therefore tbe you can 1 .. .. .. .. .. 2,000 r icgFliNJ! [[ Y AT LAW, March 14, '57. 11 DENHAM. Cambric Plaid Muslin Jaconets ''.

Lotteries drain Macon. Ga. (Small Schemes) 3 prizes of. . 1,000 are. .. 3,000

eft'ty Saturday,and in Savannah,Ga.(LargeSWrmel) WAKULLA IRON WORKS. 6 .. 600 are .. 2,500 )MONTICELLO FLA ParisSwias""

about the 5th of every inonth. II 100 . 100 are. . 10,000 July 30,188. 30 11'janICE Groceries.9Q ,,. ,_, ",

But Here Comet the Next Important Thing. 100" . 60 are. . 6,000 Embroidered Swiss .'. <
BBLS. SUGAR various
qualities ,
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-BRILLIANTESPlain -

DRAW C .ASS AA, PAY PAY !!! PAY !!! 4 Prizes Approximation of $225 to $60.000 Priet.. . .. .$900 NOTICE -O Butter 20! sacks Pilot COFFEE." and fancy Marseille. -- "
AUGUST Bread
Ifra, 1857, AT You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore 4" 100 20.000 .. . 400 Peas Beans Tobaccos Crackers\\' Barley, Frilled IOIK Cloth. -

ARMORY HALL, SAVAWAH GA, and hare work done, without for a moment 8" 80 10/XX. .. ... 640 umber Two. Linqtiors. Ale and .nn. Patent&n ., .
Porter
Uder tiu Sworn dreaming of credits but here at home, where there are 12" 60 5,000 . 600 : Vineijir. Sauces, Plain and plaid Nainsooks. :
Suptrinttndence of the of Pickles Soda Shol
Soap. Lead.
ICE
trying experiment furnishing Oil. Ac.
24" 30 .
4,000. 120 AFTER
:w.t. Sjmons and J. M Prentiss DO Banks of Banking facilities or surplus capital, you \!! at 2 @ 3 cents $ IK thus fur A full supply of all articles in this line ]landme -MULLS- ..
Esqs. 20" 25 . ,
want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 credit, and then require 2,000. 600 fMcNAUGHT
yean find at these rates and season's sale Mystic,and for sale by Muslin Baajs. Cambric
do .
we M long a as per S is fo
3.000" 20 are, .. .. .. ,
90,000 .
ODe to ride from 60 to COO miles for and proba- '
CAP1TALOf f 5 pay be will leave least French Cotton French
6O.OOO' t20.000. tio.ooo, can expected. us at foOO out of ORMOND A CO. sets boy CJlar,
orlO. kooot1000. S Prizes flOOO.-B of t500, 100 bly ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of pocket in actual cost of Ice delivered. The loss in NewpotMareb 14. '57. 11 Ladies and Gentlemen L eacab'o, Hradkerehids.
3286 Priies amounting to. . ,. _
or 1100 amount in collecting! Is.tbis right? Is this encouraging $216,260Ticket .
100 Bar
of $50, 8000 of ISO and 'l 5. ApproxiaiUon transporting and wiling at Tallahassee is more than bordered H.S. and Enojb'd HxndkercLief*.
. pnz3 amounting 3,760 Home Indnjtry If so, can yon be ,surprised $lOj j Halves 6 ; Quarters 2 50. two for one. While cooling you-tee want to br kept Gentlemen's SummerCLOTHING Real Val 15g0.. ctco..te. Ae .

1VA0l 1iclm $10 HeIH' that it does not-thrire f- whole our scion; therefore, after the 1st July we BUTLER A .DE1UL11L .
A $5. Qitarteri 250. Arrangements must be made for payment before Small Scheme Draw > March -. S
Every Saturday will continue to Bell ICE at our Ice IIousu at St. 14"37 U.Vermif ,
Look to jonrlnterest and this Scheme with delivery of work through tome Rouse in this place Marks and Newport at the same price, f 2 $ cwt- .
any compare otbet St Marki, or Tallahassee-that is. til enough from Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at pnr. 21 i @ Scents iJ) Ib according to quantity. Stock FROCKS Rncls, Pants and Vests,assort.& qoali-

borne. Checks on New York remitted for prize. Subscribers at the Tallahassee'Depot as usual Mr. latest style.) A scltction,land ge.
Bank Notes You be bat we 'cannot ron after onr for ticket lag from Brodie, and for dale byMcNAUOIjT PAUU DOZEN Fshnertoda YerWa .
of aonnd Banks Uken at par. may good Address orders or Certificates of Packages Williams at the Depot, and Dr. Barnard up ton illconthtue ,
Ckeeks oo New Tort remitted for prizes.i bard earnings iu this Department Besides'whenLabor of Tickets to to keep ICE, but on their own aCC ur' ORMOND A CO. .48 M .lIeLanH"' ',_' --

AdJP.ts i orders for tickets or Ocrtificates of Packa- is credited out parties try hard to make themselves ANDERSON & SON, ManaKrr Parties in the Country, particularly those whv propose Marcb21. >7_12 8ft JsyoetTonie 4- .t; ;

gee Tickets to believe it is not half done, because they owe Macon or Savannah Gn. to sell again can have their supply arranged for L ICE.-2 tierces and 6 half tierces,landing 24 24 PerTfsDeidSsotforWois -
Strongs ojo
ANDERSON: & SON Managers for it. j y Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Win St. Maks or Newport as may suit theii's conveni Lb.m Tiuiesd for.sd e by per Santonin Worm Verwifac Seed TowrW ".
; Oil &ee
I Maeoi 8aYADonh.. Ga. DANIEL, LADD. ter. Manager. illiend them to us for pnyment. cue,. J0ES
July : 165'7. io NewPorJuly) 11, li '. 28 May 30. '57. 2 Jun 27, ':7. 56' Apiil4} 1857. 14" AH ,,,'.,. ,5.r. 41 ..uYlJ.'l'-. '







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The P1oridin & Journal TUB MOST CSFFUL, MOST PERFECT ,. P.B.BtOKAW'S.LIVERY- J Important) Housekeepers, THOMAS McLANE'S -

I, published Tery SATURDAY by MOST CONCISE I ICHGAPER AHB SALE 8TilLSTALLAHASSEE FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS TVTANDFACTURER CELEBRATED

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR PHOPKIETP, TWIN TUB CHEAPEST I tirBlic FLORIDA. 0Arthur's IVl Ware,and dealer in
than the lied .z Proprietor would in- Tin Wares, takes ple *
AfcTwo DOLLARS in cy
advance.
LID
per annum, THE
Pu.Jli.thrJ U'ctUy. HTlir ,.. his friends and the Patent Air-Tight Tallahassee and the

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One I tnhole otdjf One Dollor a Year. public, that he has rebuilt his, _ Frrth Fruitt and TWi- now prepared to wait on PI
y prrterlinx LS
large Brick Stable, at the old stand, and is now CANS him fa his lirw of business. '. ,' _
square.. of 12 lines, or less, first insertion, $1 00 I I : REATEST DISCOVERY of the Presen *1T prepared to accommodate his friends and customers Winter 6V. This article so extensively to his friends, and the hd PI..tUk.q.1
used in the East and Northern States last season,
each sub of ,5
50 DetecingCOUNTERFEIT
quent Century hi Stables liberal with
attached
He also has to a good Black patronage
will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and
Professional aud Busines Cards inserted at?10 will have have done all favored and be that
per BANK NOTES. ; smith Shop where he kinds of who has hopes '
the undersigned row
surrounding by are
country not
annum. Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in will be granted him. recom..
Ge'nuinc I
Advert'sements not marked with the number of Describing Every Bill in Existence, and r (the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincinity for
insertion will be continued until forbid, and charged Exhibiting lit a glance every Counter- '. felt in Circulation !f patch. examine these article and the recommendations of
accordingly.Certificates of publication of Ir-al or estate ; Arranged i" admirab'y. that REFERENCE is .,j I IEASV November 1S53. 44 the persons who have used them to be convinced that line Sbeet of Lead business.Lead Pipes A ful; .but

notices will)! not be given until the advertising fee i is I and DETECTION Z Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, 'I they are the best most simple and economical article and a great. ;many other ..siply.for
offered the
for the ever to public. They can their
purpose
paid. i INSTANTANEOUS; t'jI For Sale P. B. Broknw. I tion. '
by be used by the most unskilful person, without the nae' pur
I C3T" No Index to examine No pages to hunt 03 r FMIE Subscriber just received slightest risk of failure.Purchasers TO

BLACKS ITHING0 I up! But so simplified and arranged, that the CD r JL large supply of Carriages, C2F" are supplied with a circular containing Tin Roofing, Guttering, .
I Merchant, Banker aud Business Men can sell al] M very tc all of which he .
& p Buggies, and Harness, which he offers full and reliable directions for pull ing up fruits Pipes < ,
t n Glance. for tale on the most reasonable terms I anti tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole process work-tnan-like manner and VERMIFUGEfor"
milE firm of BROKAW I I November 18, 1854. 46 conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper. terial, o shortest notice
=1 JL FITTS hiring been di.' t It has taken yeai s to make perfect this O II A large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin Having been engnged Worms tom; :
Ted, the uudersisfucd notifies GREAT DISCOVERY. "* MILES NASH & CO. store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should business at this place he

old made customers arrangements and the with public D. C.generally Wilson,by that which be has betakes The urgent necessity for such a*\'for k has long t-g ,I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. apply Cans immediately sold are maae, ns the by fruit the season undersigned isnearathand.All and war. his commend capabilities hitnselfany ns 1 K human system, ijfc '

the shop formerly: occupied by him, under the been felt by Commercial men. It has been pubj j> JUST received from New York per bark R.H.Gnnv ranted safe. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him been'administered
firm of lished to supply the call for such a Preventive, M f a general assortment of articles in our line, 22 cheap prices.
and needs but to be known to be Universally such as Oils uf almost kind, Burning Flub, May 31, 1856.
KJ every Having removed from
H. B. Fitts & Co., Patronized. It does more than has ever been at M White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of as White er, he will the most
itnd is now prepared lo execute all wot k done in I' tempted by men. tS*" It describes every BankNote best tbcir liue business, viz: in three Different Languages, Gelatm ,London Mustard French Brandy (very best,) "l'lTE are prepared to furnish PianoFortes on all his friends. to

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re. 'I ENGLISH FRENCH AXD GERMAN. g for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, l.emonPSyrup, VV of the very best quality, Dec. 1,1855. 48WILLIAM vaous animas
Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, to Worms.
and Thus Each may nad the'same in.his own Native MTongue. upon the most liberal terms.
O pairing Carriages Hug Ifl I jfiTERMS. .{t'., ttc., and a general assoilment of Popular Patent They arc second to none in any country either as I P.
gics, Plantation tfork of Medicine. We keep none but the very best and to LIVER
T he paper will be about 28 by 41 J quality or pricv. PILLS for
every description, I inches and will contain the most Perfect BankNote *N hope to merit your patronage.MILES Every Instrument will warranted. ,
and Iro'z I Wagons I .. NASH, A CO.Mardi I MILES NASh it CO. of
Mill Irons repairing same, ing List P ibliehed. MAMJFACTUHF.R OF LIVER COM-
and Carts, I Together with) the rate of Discount.Also 29. ISofi.(; 18 February 23,1856. 8A IRON WARK, '
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List of 0 all
nn-J iu fact every other disciijition of work made of a Corn and Cob Crusher. DCALER I PLAIN, BILIOUS DE
Iron std Steel all cf which we WABHAXT, auJ pledge AH the Prirate Hankers in _4 1rric((. I Qu.in..in.e.JUST :
ourselves to execute at the shortest tx-tk-e. A Complete! Summary of the Finance of Eu ,. (1 RANGER'S patent: Corn and Cob Crusher I received 600 Oi'.vcrs Stllpll Quinine "r TARE. $TS, SICK HEAD
H. B. rITTS. rope and, America will be published; in inch eilitii. .j T have taken the Agency for the sale of these superior f II r and, together with a great variety Stove I, ..
FeL.14IS:7.: 7-ly .>ti. together will all the Impo.taut news of the K Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. 4:., SPLENDID &c.
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the Co ntrA st"ck of these Crushers, will 'be on
Also Apri15,1856. 14 and Wood
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hand this Fall. low ----- --
early con.ing 1'ri'e3pry considering ? and durability, at will
Notice. i INTERESTING STORIESFrom great saving in feed. *45 855 ?C5 each Olive Oil. please

underfilled llas: made maugments vith II : an Old Manuscript (found in the) East, and trj j jno f.ir these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county. SUPERIOR article for Table "o. Just t rooeived Out
'I"ltE Fitls to take charge of his Bl.ickMt.ith Shop I where else to he found.. It has never:jet appearcd 0 Forfurther particulars. call and examine for yourselvesso by AMES &\LIVELY. Roofing. Ornamental to ask for
tind hands and solicits for tlHI ucw firm. the patronage I in print, and furnishes the Most Comnkte : fcoon as a stock for a sample arrives. April 5. 2856. 14 per and Tin Conducting
of his old customers. D. C. W I LSON. History (.f C3ORIENTAL D. LADD. Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent McLae's Cele
Feb.I4.I57. 7 ly LIFE Newpoit, July 5, 1SG. 27 Flower Jars. of every variety done at
::::: : VERMIFUGE
and described the Most Perplexing Positions in LARGE assortment! of Flower Jars, various Sizes City nml and
DENTISTRY.DH.T.J.CTRLEE. which the Ladits and Gentlemen of that Country ... White Pine Lumber. A Just received and for sale byAMES Are respectfully invited to
PILLS
j I'I have been so often found. These Stories will OA Itl FEET White Pine Lumber, assoited! suitJL & LIVELY I chasing elsewhere. prepared byL11

-i TTJLL continue, iu future,ihe practice of DENTISTRY I continue throughout! the whole year, and will 2 I \) able for Cabinet Makers! Sash and Blind Makers .April 5, 185R. 14 I 2J. N. B. All articles
>. T in South Georgia, and Middle and I prove the Most EnterL iuing ever offered to the Lot or Joiaers Work. Nut often such a lot for sale beat mnterinlnnc
EatFIorida. He has had several years practical experience I Public. <1 15T here. McNAUGHT., ORMOND & CO. India Rubber Belting. I le for sale. 1 .
i iu the profession the last thiee of which has :: FurnUhed Weekly to Subscribers oi.lv at Sl Nov. 8, ':;6. 45. 1 / LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubbr Bolting,of _October_ 20, 1855.
been iu these sections of country. His work is .the :* a )'(: All letters must be addressed to R 03 I ..Li._ two three and four ply, fully equalto PROPRIETORS Pitts-
most beautiful and durable character and satisfaction JOHN S. DYE. Broker, g i 50,000 Havana Segars, t Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper ; in fie c'J' il- LIFE ,

is guaranteed in every instance. Publisher and Pioprietor, 2 I \ LL who love to smoke good SEGARSL. ered by those who have tried them,superior to Leather THE NEW-YORK Pa. and take
will 70 Wail Street, New YOlk.It.J persons All sizes from 4 to 14 inches wide no
All communications Brnt to Monticello.] Fla, I .. I- CIIII find them tx-gether with some choice, Turkish constantly ACCUMULATED
receive attention as soon as previews engagements i March 21. 1S57. 12-ly } and Spaniel tmoking TOBACCO at the DrugStore on lJnc by D. LADD. Company issues as there various
Oct. THIS are
18 185 G. 42
will I Newport ,
periL v of AMES & LIVELY. persons for one
--w_-- I NEW COODS. \ov. 29 1S5C. 48CLARKE Town Property for Sale. whole period of life, ON preparations now
I IH
: Dividends declared to
REFERENCE rpHE undersigned offers at private sale, the followJL -
( .J. L.I SL'W.\IlB, )L Thomas l1 Ga. JOHN PBATOBIOTIS A. B. ing described property, known as the Jra via Lots, for life. the public, pur-
}(:. I E. LOVE, f viz: Lots No3. 3,25,27H,48,10,11: ) 142, 143, PLIXY FREEMAN, Actuary.

HON. W. 3. DiLWOETU, > Monticeio, Fla MERCHANT TAILOR, I S now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of 144, 220, .'7.2 2311,240, 242,243,244,245, t3 Applications to'. be Vermifuge
Ksv. W. 11 HAMILTON, j jHON. f I Goods suitable for 248, 246, 250, 252, 253. 254, 256, 257. 258, 268, all January 19, 1856.
.J. C...ilcGjinK J t\r-tiito-i; n1 i Dealer In Ready Made Clothing and in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. Liver Pills. All
COL. B. C. POPE ,f Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. jJ N ] rn R -ALSO- AGENCY OF THE / !

N. B.-(};:!:..CCR). Wurr LEE will UITH be,la:Al'-bntor.Quiixy: Fla.during the -------_.- conjf ting in part of French and English h Cloths I CI.- Lots Nos. 1,2,3, ,i, f>, 6, 7, in S.Counly qr.A CAPITAL,.. .. .. in comparison

latter part of the present week.April l' I uin now rrcciring my pall and "Winter supply i meres and Yestings of all colors, and of the bestqual L s 0- THE undersigned,Agent Dr. MCLANE'S
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25. ':;. 17 Cloths its, which! he is prepared to manufacture to order on Lots s. 4.12,13,15,16,22,25 39 40 48 61 receive i are
of? Casfinicrcs, Ycslhtgxr.., oj i : Fire
the ino't reasonable terms and in the most G2in South 1 County quarter. agamatloss by on

Notice.TETTERS Every Color, StIc} I and Quality, I FASHIONABLE MANNER, The above described property formerly belonged FurnitureMerchandize January 19,1856. ,dc. .
been to nlt'. flr.'wn.; For further information and terms,
the administration ht day cf June having, A. D. 1857 granted, by which I am prepared to make up in the most Together with a general assortment of which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Aruaker, Esq., Wines, GENUINE McLane's .
,
the Hon. Jadjeof Probate for the county of Loon, .! ftiihionaljlc style, on short notice READY-MADE CLOTHING, Attorney at Law, Tallahassee.CHARLES. Otard Brandy, and Liver
that will with stock Clothing P. MANNING.Until OLD
State of Florida, on the estate of ileurietta Mary compare favorably any of Port,
Croom, deceased infant daughter of the late Hardy AND REASONABLE TERMS ever exhibited} for sale m this city, cuiiMsting of sold, the above property will be for rent Madeira,
be
B. Cioom, all debts and demands of whatsoever nature ALSOA Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, A. PERRY A L\KEn Sherry, can now had at
against the estate cf the said Henrietta Mary Fancy Cassimere and Beaver Frock*ai.d Business February 16, 1S56. 7-t Gelatine,
Sparkling
Croom, deceased, which shall nut he -ihibiU4 to we i LAXCEVXD WELL SCLKCTKP STOCK OF Coats, Flavoring Extracts, respectable Drug
Cod Liver Oil.
as administrator i l.furt.within two :years as pre READY-MADE CLOTHING Black and colored Cloth!' Beaver and Pilot Over- Yeast Powders,
scribedToy the stitute of the State of Florida, in such I Sack Surtouts, FRESH Ji PURE of the celebrated : lie Spanish Olives, .
case niv-j an-i provided.abll forever afterward be I Consisting of every garment suitable for winter! wear, Raglan's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere Clark t Co., t Itu&htnn's. Corn Starch, ] '
h.nrred ; and notic* is hereby, given to all creditors. such as Cloiks Talmas, Coats,Verts, Pants, tc., tc, Pants, For sale by AMES A LIVELY Worcestersbire Sauce, BRO'S,
l lfg'.tet!, and persons entitled to distribution that j I ttbicJi will be dis i } o5cd of at low prices. Be.-t Grenadine, Barathea, Satin and Cloth Vests, Aprils, 1856. 14 English Mustard! ST. PITTSBURGH Pi.
tljfir! claims and demands: will be barred at the expiration AUo, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt, Collars, Fancy Velvet, Cassimere, Silk and Cashmere do., Claret, ,
of the peiu(,l ;sif-irosald and this! iiiticesi1l he I Undershhts.Cravats Stocks, Ho-icry, tC., I .c desiring a thorough out-tit will consult their Gents' Shaw, Dreeing Robes Fine Shirts Silk
t.1 GEORGE A. CKOOM, AdiUY. I In"lc. ownintcrets by giving me a call, a" all the above articles Cotton and Merino Undershirts, 2'f SCOVIL& MEA,
June 6.i7. 23-:;:n have been selected with great care and with a Canto Flannel and Joans Drawers. A I FINE LOT Brussels two and three Ply Wool No. Ill,Charters St.Ifew Orleans,
---------- ----- 1 i special view to theiradaptsitiow to this market. -ALSO- Carpetin Also, a few pieces Wool and!Cotton ORANGE agent for the Southern States, t
Notice.T October IS, 1S5G./ ly42GA.DEN do., and fine Hearth Rugs and Drugget, for sale right must b adu
I A general asorlinf-nt, of Fan.y and Black Silk and at D. LADD. Male & d Ley! E Baad, Jr. Mile
UTTERS of administration having bo<>n granted 1 SEEDS S.itin, Stocks, Ties ami Cravat, Collars, colored and Newport, Oct. 18. 1856. 42 r liE situation of this TalbA .; J. S. M. Dro
_IJ t( me on the 1st day of June, 1857, bv the H''n. I i white Kid and Silk Glovi, Buck and Lisle Thread J- finest Sulphur Springs < Newport; W. T. Carl
Judjr of Probate fur the cou'Ityof Leon: State of !I GROWTH OF 1856. do.I Ladies Gauntlets! superior Linen, Cambric and Notice. surpassed for health It is >eenah*, Mosely A Pope.
Florida on the estate of William H nr.Cr.tQw, deceased :C would call the attention of our frierds all.ltl.e Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle boat and a Monticello. S.Pete MooticcII
I I Months after date I shall final
-f the late B. Croom, all "\ present my ac stgng.The
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infant < Hardy with Chattaboochee &
son SIX Principal ; WMge
public genera'.ly, to our present Large and Thread nnd Majino J Hose, &C. tc. CALL AND and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro
debts and demands cf whatsoever nature against the well selected Assortment of BUY. and aided by a corps of Nicholson &*Zeigler, Bainbridge,Ga.
IItnrCrOlvlI, deceased), which I I bate, of Jefferson county as executor of the estate of
of Iaid.11 TbomasrilU
estate Uc. lerlSlS:r.. 42 vote his whole time to the Bainbridge ; E.Sews,
shall not l lie exhibited tome as administrator FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our _c. Robert R. Jones, late of taie county deceased, and The third session will

said the State wiiliiu! of two Florida; years in as such prescribed case made by the aud stat nf.re-I.'I Seeds arc procured from a Cold, ClinrUe, and Notice.SIX ask fur a discharge ROBERT from JOHNSON eiccutorehip. Ext'r. 12,1857. For particular R. 1857. 811 _ .
will flourish the better in
consequently a wainier one, '
shall fvircvor afterward be hatred ; and notice i is here-i *" send months after date, I shall present my final nc- March 14, 57. 11-Crn Nov. 29, Lve1y
Call
such as ours. C early or your orders, 155. d
bv civen to a'.l l creditors, legatees and jwsons c-nti- i I that you secure the varieties you desire. I iivl vouchers to the lion.Judge of Probate FLORIDA,
tfe-11. distribution, that their claims and demands may AM&S i LIVELY. fir .Jt-fFersoii county, ni admini tralor of the estate of Dr. P. P. LEWIS

kill b barred l at the expiration of the period aforesaid, SI 1S57. 5 I A\lea B. Lord, late of said county, deceased, and) ask _. notice to his friends and pat and Retail Dealers in
exhibited within the and this notice will January for from said GIVES TT7E have on hand Five
iule! same, a discharge alministrat4)rsbip. that he is now in possession of f AND MZDICnTES. .
t
T feet of
be pica-Jed! in bar tbtreolGKOP.OE I WM. R. LORD, Admt'r. all the latest improvements in Dentis good :
; A. CROOM, AdmlY. THROUGH IN 48'r !! A[f.rit 11, '57. 1CinNails.. try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth without producing Those cription wishing which Lumber will be can Surgical Instrument*,

June G. .5". 233mNotice. pain, by the aid of a local application, which consists Bills sawed at short Wiws Glass Paint,

in applying an aui.1: *:?! !:"::"*; mlj'nre to the j>arts Putty, Patent Tobe,

until fully hcnl1mbe. 2d. The immediateinserhon ofa Sept. 27, 1856. Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies
i AA KEGS assorted NAILS, for sale in lots, I
persons having demands against the estate of Temporary Gutta Percha, which can be
VLL : Duggar, deceased, late of Leon county, JL V U to CA.SH purchasers at reduced pi ices. by. worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully I PaneyArtioke for Medicinal,,pnicw.'
D.C.WILSON.May
are notified to preMrtit them to the underwgncd ad prepared (or a permanent Set ; then inserted on Fine Havana
iniui.-tr.or wilhiu the time prescribed by law, or Milton and Chattahoochee 23. 57. 21 that beautiful plan called continuous Gums,which are months after date, I I received a Large Segars.and )
SIX
theyv ill be barred; and tbobe indebted are requested so much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, and Court. of Leon I variety of articles usually F"l
to make payment immediately. U. S. Mail Line i Notice.OIX perfect cleanliness. vouchers a Administrator I and always find
JAMES DUGGAR, Admt'r.July May 31,1856. 22Notice. J. Allen,deceased, and at Pysi.i
Months after date, the adininistra- a supply
27-8w undersigned neUg n
the
457. :.- oolsLly 5Lcircs final from
dae most liberal terms
1 L.lor of the estate flf Lewis M. Saunders deceased .
Notice.SIX Wdlon Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 late of Leon county, will made his- final exhibit to Feb. 14, '57. Countryprornply0filled andsitisfa.
o'clock, a., in. the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be SIX Months after date, the undersigned will present ,with regard both prices and qua
w trks from date, I will apply! to the Honora Lcarcs ChatlaJioochee( Tuesday's and Saturday's discharged. JOSEPH [CHRISTIE, Admt'r final account and vouchers as administrator on Mary J. Home, Compl't prescription 0 at-emily compounded.
Judge of Probate of Jtfferson county for let A prill 857-, 16-6m the estate of Laffoon, deceased, ]late of Leon vs. I compqpnd fluid Extract of Bucha
ters of admmifctration on the estate of P. H. Hogan, after the arrival of the Steamer from coiiuty, and ask to be discharged. N. Whitner and J6
deceased, late of said count* Apalachicola and the Stagfsfrom Tallahassee Jefferson Circuit Court, Nov. Term, 1857. JOHN C. CIIOSHAW, Admt'r. Eveline Joseph Hume, William l' .

J. P.GRANTIIA I. Fla., and Cambridge, Ga., Alvin May, 1 Attachment. In right of his wife LJooR\. CREXSAUW. and Jessie Hume, infant Farm for Sale.
July 4, :7. 27-6w March 1457. ll-6m
of Jesse Hume deceased.
IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! !If. > Damages, 500. : eleven hundred acres of land, fe
Notice.SIX r| HIS Line i is now in first rate order. The whole E. S. Gaillard, ) Sum Sworn, 16158. and Sale Stable. IT appearing t. the a small farm and and
J. Stock has been renewed, with new and comfortable Defendant, and all others interested,are herc- Liver Whither, Eq. lb:1t the a bargain,inquire impoveet
months after date, the uud'ibigned will pre- Hacks. The Drivers fire careful sober and aicommodatinir. TIlE notified of the commencement of this suit by THE undersigned gives no- Eveline H RODE or A. P.FULE.
J ut their accounts and vouchers to the Honorable A liberal allowance of baggage allowed attachment, returnable to Fall Term of the Court, .' that he has purchased side beyond the jurisdiction Otobr .
._ the Livery Stable of, _ the this State, but
Judge of Probate for the county of GadsJm and to each passenger. and to appear and plead to the same. ?
\Villiam 11. Newsom,in Tallahassee,together with the It is ordered that said
ask for a final settlement and discharge from the administration JOHN WEST, Clerk.
of the estate of Cornelius English, late of AGENTS: May J 1C.57. 20-3m good will of the establishment, nnd that he is now the bill on or before the first Ett Notice.
said county deceased. according to law. prepared to carry on the business in all its branches, otherwise the Complainant's
At 1i1tun, JAS. A.CJIAFFIJT, and promises the with accommodationsin confessed Provided That
JOW G. SMITH, t New Books. public good : : COUNTY. J
WM. Jt GUNN. Adm'u. de toni: DOn. Geneva, Ala., W. D. MoNROE, his line on reasonable terms. once week for four months
f 1
sheriff and administrator
,
Campbelton, J. W. SMITU.Marianna received, a large assortment of RICHARD SAUNDERS. the said rule day in October
4 1S57. 27-Cm
July JUST of the estate of David Wool1st.of
W. NICHOLS, f : Books, comprisingStandard { N. B James T. Herring is my duly authorized lished in the City of } ,
Chattahoocl.ee D. COL.'O'i'. Works, Prose, Poetry and Romancrs agent, and-has entire control of the business, representing Ordered at Cmb deceased, b 1e in the Probate
Notice. Passengers can be taken through with certainty, 'With all the recent publications: me as fully as if I was personally present. of May A. D. county, a suggestion that
Manila after date the undersigned administra security, and with cornfoit. Bancroft's and Hildreth'a United States.Motley's RICHARD SAUNDERS. J. estate of David Woolfe t insolvent.
SIX : vf the state of Charles S. Sibley. deceased, GEO. D. FISHER, History. of the Dutch Republic,just pub Sep.6,1856. 36 May 2357. is given t all persons baring
and Contractor. estate to and file the
Propiietor sd appear al
late of CiuUJmi county will present her final accountto lished.
the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be May 057. 19-tf Allison's Continuation of the History of Europe, William Budd, Administrator of Probate of said comity, 0 or b
(charged. MARY D. G.SIBLEY Admt'x..Jtiue2O$7. 5th end Cth volumes.AblMtt's W. C. Miller, deceased,and in bi of December next,when then .
Florida House. own right and in right of his Months after date I of the funds t*
$ 25-6ra and Scott's Napoleon Bonaparte: ; 'I1teirs'Freuch SIX bou
and vouchers to the creditors
Revolution Gibbon's Rome Hume and Macauley's as heirs at Law of Elizabeth a
Bull's rpHE HOUSE heretofore known as England, 2rd; and 4th volumes; Rollin's Ancient Miller, deceased, In Chancery bate, of Leon county as H.Andrews will apply C bit
John CompoundFLUID X the Georgia House," late Mc- .... History Thirlwall's Greece Ro'utson's; works vs. In Madison Cir Joh Ccok, deceased, late of from the administration of said ett

EXTRACT Baiu's Hotel, will continue open for the Presoott's Ferdinand; and Isabella; Mexico, Peru;, John L. Miller, Administrator, of cuit Court.Elizabeth b ichared THOMAS J. CH .
reception of penons traveling by public i Philip the 2nd and Miscellaneous; Russell's Modern Miller, deceased, Al- Apri18, 57.. Jld of Probate.
OF SARSAP A ILL or private conveyance through Thomasville. It is Europe; Hallam's Historical Works; The Works of exander P. Miller, Thomas J. Io
Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock, Yellow under the control ard management of a Lady. Those Lord Bacon, Addison, Goldsmith, JrringScutt, Miller, Elizabeth C. Miler and
D>ck, Dandelion,pure Honduras Sarsaparilla and desiring genteel and comfortable accommodations, Dickens; Irving's Life of Washington, Spark's Washington Wm. J. Miller. Ciur Notice.
Wild Cheiry Bark,is the most potent BLOOD PTRIFII.TL may rely upon her best efforts to please. and Headley's Washington; Chamber's Mis- appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that WELCH Saws, from
iu the kijown world. For the cure of Scrofula, C3F" Situated at the South end Jefferson St., cellaneous Writings. in 10 volumes. library style; XT Alexander P. Miller, Thomas J. Miller, Elibet stantly for sale at a ; after data the ueg ,i present
Khtiiniatism, Guut Dropy, and all Chronic Diseases, Thomasville' Geo. Chamber's Cyclopedia of American Literature, in 2 C. Miller and Wm.J. Miller, ate prices, by and of P
it has no"qUit May 16, 57. 203mMullet. volumes, just issued, containing an account of the State of}'lrid Newport, December 20, Gadsden and ask for a
literature of our country from its discovery to the present It ordered, that said defendants appear discharge fm the administratonhip
.4 Medicine to It Jiauded down to poxtcrily at a blaring day, with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts to i answer,plead or demur to said Bi on or before In Leon C Wm. P.Lrk lata of said eodbtj'

to the Human J-cunily. -f f BBLS. MULLET for sale at a reduced price from their writings. The best book of the kind extant the first Monday in November otbris Daniel K. Granger and 4- Great Internal & External 10 by D. C. WILSON. the Bi shall be taken as confessed against : Gamble late -
May 23, '67. 21 Simm's Border Stories and Revolationary Romances it is further ordered, That a copy this order B &c, pre.
a.E1kL HI."gy in sets; Statesman's Manual!; History of the be published in a newspaper prt in Tallahassee trading Gamble, as

DR. JOHN BULL'S KING of PAIN Republic; Webster's and Calhoun's Work's, complete Florida, once a week for Montl Passed _. tie estate of
NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. in 6 velume8.BIalik at Chambers this 8th day of June, Thomas To* : late of county de-
Ii warranted to cure the following disease,to wit:- undersigned begs leave to inform the citi Books and Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Defendant P. Randolph.and all notice that they GI
Cholera Bowel Complaints Dyteutary Weak Stom THE of Tallahassee and vinciuity. that boo has and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with and June IS57. 24-1m THE notified, of th I duly 1im.
ach. Genenl Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, opened a carriage shop in this place joining without handles ; Envelopes, fancy and plain; Visit. suit hereby and I this notice will be plead th.l.
Chills and Fever, Rheumatism in its wont form, severe ing and Playing Cards; Ledgers Journals, DayBooks by attcment are and 0 aUfcra to Mid
Bruises Sores Want of Brokaw's Stables and Pass-Books and U. S. Sale. plead t te deJrt ; indebted
Bums, AUhnui Pthinc Livery Records every article Marhls notified -make unmediatT. .,.
Action in the Kidneys, Piles Ringworms, Painter's usually found in our business. virtue of fieri facias, .
in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner, BY iuue 1851. the nnderstgnea.
April,
Head and Toothache Cold Cancer McDOUGALL & from the office Tallahassee
Coolie Coughs, where ha is prepared to do all kinds of work iu his Nov. 15. 46 HOBBY. Clerk at JAME81LS3117&S'4. I
Tumors.Swelliugs, Cuts,Scalds Scrofula or Kfcg'eEvil line, at the shortest notice and on the most United States D Curt to the Northern Dfe- Ix.ckIk MIIt'r
Scarlet Fercr, and all Pains and 'Aches, in India Rubber Packing. trict of Florida, Boyden t Co,and Blow U-gir
whatever form they may appear. This medicine has REASONABLE TERMS, & March and others, are plaintiffs, and Emanuel M. A. Buis : -
been before the public about three years, and has relieved INDIA Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses from 3 Fraleigh i defendat I hare levied upon and will OF sale
such as carriage painting and trimming making now by Notice.'
more suffering in that time than all other imi- ; i inch,constantly on hand at D. LADD.Newport outcry the highest bidderon .
buggies aud ,and all Unds repairing.. Having expose t January SI, 1857.
wjigous Oct. 18 18M. 43 .We
tM
Lit preprati combined. For sale at DR. JouxBULL'S tho first! Monday ia August next, between the hayingilesseeds against
first
Sapaparilla Depot, in Louisville and New procured a rate hours of ten and two o'clock, before the Courthousedoor Bsadtr ala of G. .&."
Carriage Painterand Trimmer, in the town of Gadsden the following tab ootic that toy art PCM*
Yurk.' Quincy
: ____________ : Notice. county tMd .ddr.anttatfeii ] .wrfba
from New York, the undersigned' '. prepared to do described property to-wit: o likely ALL persona baring : *
Dr. Join Ball': this kind of work as well and ia the latest style, as it S IX months after date the undersigned administrator woman named Tilda, aged about years. Deg W.DeWIt by law'or tik Ofltio vH :b.
Compound Pectorkl of Wild Cherry, certain cure caa be done at the North. of the estate James W. Strange, decease1, led upon as the property of said Emanuel M. F. county, are their recov.;I all jwrtocsia*
for Cuughs, Colds and all diseases of the Throat and All those who have this ]kind of> work to do, and late of Gadsdcu county, will present his final accounts le'gh: and to be sold to satisfy said writs of f f Ac administrator, within the estate an hmbj noti *i to mki ia
Lungs. wish it done iu a manner that will not fail to give to tbo Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be cording to law.E. they wi b barred; and all tlMreol CM tadtfiigBftdL
therefrom. E. BLACKBURN U. S. Marshal, to JAMES M.SMITH/a*all a
bold by AMES LIVELY. T-llahswcc. eatudclion, wiuld do well to call on discharged payment .
Principal Office*-Luniuville and New Y urk.' WM. KUHNS. E. S. SHEPARD Adm'r. By JOHN G. SMIH. Deputy Mar'l.! JAMES ex officjo AcbDl
4 1857. 27-6m I July 457. July 4, '67. 23-1w
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