The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00549
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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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I 'BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE. FLA., AUGUST 1/857. ., ---Y9L,.IT*!t 4 f1., ;;. .. .

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'JJroftssionnl ( !rSs., Faying off Mother ing is one of the noblest attributes of the Pulpit Eloquence I I classic, more herculean and seemed to befitted More ,LyacMay IB:jm ,

.- -- Mother,** said a little Ll rk eyed 6>y of f-oul. If it has its Woes, it l has likewise its Though the iir is full'of Ifght, the great\ .i most to fight, with the weapons of logic From tht'Davenport (lows)GaactUi,of t27th
six years, when get old and want Delights ; and when the overwhelming hurst the intellectual'
you so&e city t seems. to be asleep. Hithwr and thither an4 itoiopltieb skeptic.
E. BARNARD Jr. one to read to I will of grief is calmed into the tetr.f alt. we learn that a.J leader of a jpajf it
. ,. jou pay you off. gentle recollection go the people, but the clanging sound ol the The uost succesful, sermons tbnt either' '
t WILL COJTJIJfCE THE Little Alex.tndi r's mother had bren in the then the sudden anguish an con hammer is still ; the roaiingstreet of : ever. delivered. were extemporaneous. Tini hcirje thierea, n.oiiiaiana: Warvibo;

t DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS habit of re; ding to him a great deal, and on vulsed agony is over the present rains of that diy is quieter to.day ; tb' bysy hum of ye( com.\\t"r. system freed'them from restraint and gave : lived 'i in 4d' *tt: Mf( .oonlwa, ar rtb7-a

: this Sabbath day, she had read to him a long we most loved an* softened away into. pen. m"rce is -not heard, n1' the pedestrian \itality and interest to language and action. committee ofci1iiLfl4 hu,. 'J'II tJa
time out of l> e Bible and sive meditation on all thait was in he dayof .
a SlIhbath'sc.houl moves along with a Jess hurrieJ and a more It brought t them en rapport with their copgregralion. Ii 0 .j1i \ $
book. The child was read little its 10vt1iness.Vho would root sorrow I .. zette-tays : 'r
just able to a noiseless. step. : They were chjtfly indebted to these .
I OF THE it irOETJLE, hirrself, and"the proc'ress '-' was making from I the heart," though i it may sonefimes It isnhe Sabbath, and after all the denunciations ei/c/fijpre sermons for their wODilerla\> | eloquence l \Y.beq.Am.! djttance from w.. s

doubtless suggested tohhn'how he might at throw a passing cjoiui' over t the bright hour heaped bpon New Oilcans by her -an eloquence which had no equal forty borsemeo.of the1 mala. ;.Jt .- .

0,rn,r of Clinton tod Monroe strati,Tall'Luue. some future time return in kindness all hismother's o'f'gayety or Spread a deeper'sadn-sa over c'isiant enemies, she i i. far from being either. for 'many years from the Penobscot to the cqmpaniei ar.4 gayoped fyiorprise :- -- -
Jiuary19,16. SC6Partnerahip rare. I will pav you off. mother' the hour gloom ? Yet who would exchange Sodom or Gomorrah. The very silence which Colorado. and from. Galena. to the pillars of and pnYf1iI'.rr; :
said he, looking into her face with childish it for even the song of'pleasure or the burst reigns ian' acknowledgement ol the sanctity the Capitol. secured and taken into thao4wLaid. : :

Notice. satisfaction, and as if a new thought from of revelry No, there i3\ voice from he of the day. Men! not alone worship the gfeat We have done. And 10, reader.. fur, the crowd was gtherd.erqppnneIedand H.r fcgfear"! "' '

THE undersigned hare tLIi day entered int. a co- hfnvei had been sent down to light up the tomb sweeter than song ; there is a remenhrance Maker of the stars in the temples dedicated present,' adios.-N. O. DCIAL&uecdotes. eommftts iOOk.c.'

& in theWHOLESALE ''iltle world of his s"nl. His niothtr( pressedhim of the dead to which we turn even to his glory, but also in the daily perform of,the n""st ". B.;pM od. .

& RETAIL to her heart with a delicht that seerm-d from the chamj of the living.. anee' of their duties in the active bnsjness\ circles formal trial, in which a nombet lolwfJ..J. .

i DRUGBUSXN"ESS, to say M'v dear son, I am more than paid of life, and the solemn silence which they I am astonished at your honor's decision l. were examined vHe ,WM alced' :(N>i fau[

under the name and i etyl"of off already.. BE KIXD TO YOUR SISTEK8.Hoy create in an hour like this. 1" laid a young lawyer to a judge who lay witneuea t edmi.'orch'Ae' to ks"he '

AMES &, LIVELY.! Uut, children,jou can never pay off a mo- I ", be kind to your si ters. YOM may Whither shall we go, this quiet! midsummer had decreed against him." This remark said be had not! "The 'PMtJoQdaeia. :

I ther. Her thoughts love and arts of affi c- live to be old, and never find such tender, day Into the which can' not be permitted," said the judge, and whether to lynch bun Ust hang fala/aid .
ThEY will be pleated to leo their friend tiun arp more in nUOlherthltn the days of life., In*ing fiiends, as these sisters. Think how groves, were an "apology! will be on part." pat to vote.. Abodt thirty were 'forljaeg.

and patrons at the nl"I I stand of D.II Am w. From the hour of birth, mother has been one many things they do for you ; how patient God's fir:t to temples-! Permit me," said necessary the senior counsel your ," to and the balance, probably.nearly 'UtfM*hto.

irtero they vill keep a full and general withou.. How ofi'-n has she nourished they ares with you ; ,how they love you in Into the blithe and breathing air offer an excuse for friend he is dred, were for banging. The tfeelslod( itftjtf
(Articles their my young
assortmgjtof uppertaining to Into the solemn wood. made known to1'him vdd b'e Sraa'aikeVl.ff, W
of usbci -' D. H. AMES, ycu dressed )'OU" kissed you, rocked vou on spite of all your ill.temper or rudeness ; how Solemn and silent new in these matters, and when he has practised ;
118 M. LIVELr.Jaamaryl.lWS. hl'r knee and in the cradle, carried you in her thoughtful) they are for your comfort, and lie Nature with folded every hands where seems I there, as long before your honor as I have, he had any prepa'ratibu lo' make. Be, said fca

1MSB tender arms, watched, over you in sleep giiidfd you thoughtful for theirs. Be ever ready to Kneeling her morning prayer will be astonished[ at nothing." only wanted lime to max. oat ida vIfl4;

your infant steps, delighted in the dawning oblige them, to perform any little offi e frI No for in each the iron he had about thirty bequest* '10 'foiWmanj f

MILES .& CO. intelligence of your *>\e, and the winning_ I them that liVs in your power. Think what tongues of the Sabbath lofty bells belfry are speaking 1 Ah," aid Monsieur Mjelmot to his friend ? heirs 'TbS committe'ddc Ied .tat
sweetheart de .
Sniffin have
my given me this would take too much time Ihait
affection of smile hushed do - your your pains you ca-i for them, and if they express a wHi sound and thoseof '
a as deep
DEALERS I and Bufftiiinge, sweetly adjudged n.any appeal wish. be ready to gratify( it if possible. YOJIdo the ancient town of sonorous" Th as mitten." Indeed how did that happen I" could be afforded him ; aod'te most die'with*'
Bruges. peals Veil, I taught I must go to make her von out the will m. Not.'c&tUcJe'tadr-
ht-r being e.
to -
reeled know will
DRUGS, FAIT5, cases sympathy, co. at limps not how much happiness you nearest are unmusical, but the chimes in the .
misdemeanors: ( of find in I viseet before I leave to'wn; so. I stop in de ed in the Gill mao'a 'face-not a fcerre qufr-
your thought you in absence I so doing. never yet knew a happy I distance borne the .
MEDICINES 15 OILS I and along upon incomingwaves side of de room, and! there I behold"her. beautiful rred. He onty\ .remarked lhat be oa.r"U
guarded Jour lire with the unvarying nnd n-spected man who was not in \'outh, of air, fall upon the uncovered heartas I .
remembrances of mother's kind pairson stietch out on von lazy". ,'A was a pretty'quick ofdoingtWnjjilL-
a solicitude to his sisters. There is a beautiful song way .
"TO.JJLD inform their friend and the pul>lic.tTii jind the fiee-ivill offt".iug of a mother's devotion which says : gently as a silvery rain.. lounge, you mfhn." Ab, yea, on von placed\ his\ bands behind him io be tied" roaeto
Let lh First
T V they bare on Imnd a good aM5l1rtmt'nt ofi uc us step into Presbyterian And den I make polite '
lounge. von vere his 'lee readyt
t was appartfitl/
( Ah dear child on-
trticlf as are generally kept in their line of bosineeti ; ,. you can never pay Be kind to your sisters-not many nay know Church-it is nearest. The pastor, Dr. Palmer !. branch and Von bow.". '
mean a polite\
moved but
off mother!I' as though'1 were a spectstote-
>nd will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Theii your The depth of true sUterly Jove ; is in respects an extraordinary(
be reasonable.Tallahasgee. Mother has many A}', yes -von 'bougfo And den I say I was A was fixed across a tail limb, '*bct&s-
term shall taught you to read and to prny. I The wealth of the ocean TK-S f..thoms below I We have rope .
April 9th 185314.._ She! has patiently sat by and taught t The surface that spsrki o alJoye. man. no particular 1 predilections vere sure she would be rotten if I did not tened I ar und Jill heclu Tbe>;first t&ttf
you for this tenet, nor that, so we enter unbiased. '
thel l letters of the tf come "to se her before 1You uid six feet from the ground. JI.\*
EPICAL NOTICE. alphabet ; and rt.1 sh'! swung
The has
From die London AVir speaker a happy faculty of commanding C she'would ""
them Daily what ? I said be rotten raised ten feet higher and bungas.The .
0- helped you to put together an 1 to cpeli I He is both elocutionist '
words of thought. Sir tauglt to peli Death of a Famous Paris Charlatan attention. That's enough ; you have put your foot committee then proceeded" taf Jab
Robertson & ,Bond you i and a Ingcian-in; ; fact, he appears topos.es '
Drs. No
in it be 1
God. And lI'fnreyou could read, she taught The most celebrated and the most successful in considerable decree of the to sure. sare. put my bOD.le. They met hiS wife and aak.d f
) in the L a some foot out of it; for she he would call her should{ be*4oneith his bodSbt iW
farmed a en partnership piaclic Our say Mud
to Father which alt in heav
you sav chailatan in Pat the itinerant
HAVING -Mengin, pulpit peculiarities! of Maffitt and the '
proCt'8 i"n. offer thirrri'p8! \n fLe cit j| strong sac re big brother and keel ran pat, "begar. I would take care 'of it. She seemed cl
nl 3J other has trained wi h lessons i
and has J left behind '
you pencil-seller dead of Bacom. He is fervid '
izeas of Tallahajsee! nnd Burroundir.g o Bet and hj-mnp, and prayers, to con to Christ, Iiii: fortune 400,000 ( No jasUe
Oflie over the Store lately occupied by a rancs. one speaker, and
: erernporaneous
'ames.f. -
pofsesS03 of de word and and
whom not think mortify, rot been tjone. She said she Lad oftetf foi Kjoi
have been .
to dedicated in
you baptism. have in Pat is within
tgiit BLLgLFeb. can passed many days | the power of appositely illustrating the "
g tf She has I is alt de came as von in'my dictionaries what would happen, and' .wtnh4biiiid
28, 67 prayed for you when n"ne. the lust ten years without having observed theme wifteh he selects for the oC It ion.- '
but Gpd knew it. and has prated with you on the Pli'-e d"l la Bourse, the Place de laChatcle : There are a singular freshness and originality Scl. Jones was a stage driver for many change iiife. MHig 4on haft <&>oVh. $n

Dr..,' Miles H. Nash, I when your wandering eyes understood' not j !, the Place"de la Madeleine' or some about him which we admire. Evidently Leis years before railroads had become plentiful', The committee brought the bod/_ to CM

yTEkS IlJi r.aOFESSIOSAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS Of the meaning of her grave and iin:.loiing looks i other open space the conspicuous figme. of i a student and a thinker.You : arid he has followed various occupations house and defjrered' it 'to his frienda, wo

TALLAHASSEE ANDSUaROITNDISCCOCVTRT.OTFICE She has taken you on the SaliUath to church, '. a tall: handsome! man, \\ith a brass helmet I have heard him-yon like him ; well, since. His principal enjoyment now is seemed to thirik' simple justice had been. dob*

wits Dr. M. XaaViccmediately eastof the and showed \ou how to 'behave in the sane- j j I and plumes, and a t"ard-the very model of let us stroll into Lafayette Square. We said, drinking strong liquors, and his nose reflects in bangmg hioi. "Warreri was aa old aetttc?

20RJLBERRY tuary and, "J !her -examf-lf; she has pointed j that of Hudibras in shape and hue most en passant, 'that Dr. Palmer 'reminded us constantly the '* everlasting bonfire.? One and in good circumstances. LSondj* .

ilayl91655. I you lo heaven, and !Jed the w'y" Dear | like a tile"-tanding on the box of a light I somewhat of Mjiffitt and Ba'sc'om. day last week. Sol. ste'ppe'd'intb one of our was tracked to the woods, where he 1ri

j ci.iitJ' you can never |.ay oil',our lIIf1t 1,1!, cart, and haranguing a crowd. lie wore K Did you aver hear them I For 'twenty-five fashionable restaurants, and called for bran. seen to bold a secret consultation'with 11.-Q

Yes, I there js! ore way- I.is one way I I costly mantle of green velvet, embroidered years John Newland Maffitt was regarded as d'l'he decanter was banded to him, and men, rangers ,in the Ttncinit;.V Tlie''e{) .

Auctioneer and ComnhisonMERCHANT. in which you pan more than pay off mother j with gold. ami on the fingers of his white the-most; splendid pulpit: orator that had appeared he poured out a tumbler nearly full. Witha mittee examined his house aiq found lei!

It is f-y loving Jesus ChrM and IIi. command i hand; were many rings of ttpril.l..Bt. I in "this country since the days of Whit- look of aversion at the water pitcher, whichwas finned by various: names, dodottesa fietUTouL
niHits and by preparing for h-aven. Mother I!! hind him was a squire who from time to time I fit''ith his "Ut"geJ'err r8 we have nothing standing near, he tossed off the brandy, telling him were to find and secWt pr !;

.x.USA&5:Z Tla,Sept. 22. :C5. 24 is going th"r(. She is getting I'eaff.for. j blew a_ trumpet to attract public attention. to up. We know that on 'his death-bed and set down his glass with a strong expression making appointments' &c., all importaJit'aj:

I that Messed al.-ode: vfherf tiltparC'r.t.. and and hose garments 'were only lass splendid, he declared himself to have beer misrepresented of disgust upon his humorous counte. means of'diicovery'bf' ; .I'other* ci"Or.mbera. of tr.thd.

JOHN :a LITOYD ,. I I children may meo'-! together arou-id the tliron.I .' Iof I than those.'of his master. The only end and j while the'authcr of th<* Types of Man t nance. Any thing the matter wih: that band. ;
I (;od ind the Lam! 'i'here Jesus dwt-lU brandy ?I" inquired the har.tender. Yes,"
.u.o1iol1ccr I : j aim of all this p mp aiul cirrull1i':1nc'elS! : kind" found upon a post mortem examination
AND in gl'Ji, whili! he communicates t; the saints Ii i iof the wile of lead pencil: at two sous a piece.Mengin : that the I left wail! of the hC1Ht was worn to was the gruff replv. What ails it ?t' asked THE MODKL LAnr.-The model !lady puffer

i g"l1erltillIs-thtt! s .me Jesus, wh<> i possessed in a l high degree the art of the thinness of gossamer paper. Whether Boniface. Why, d-n it," said Sol. I children out to nurse and, tends l lapdogs'j;

COMMISSION MERCHANT, T. said Suffer: little: children to come unto u-f. !! i-ommaiiding the attention; of his audience.The .- he died broken-hearted or n-it we can not kin taste the water in it !" lies in bed till noon ; wears paper soleUstiqea:

TALLAHASSEE, rLO IDA. I and forbid them not ; for of such i is I'IH king; !] laughs he raised were rare, but his face tell. Looking, however, at the peculiar cir- A young !lady on returning to her father's pinches her wait; gives tho piano 11:'; Dr. .

July 1 18. 1856. 29-ly dom of lu-aven," Come, little chil-lren come I was lull of promNe of something rood coming curn.tii'eS;'! 'ot his (.( atIl, we ire glad that oar house, alter having been at a b ardingschoolquite gets topay Ler'millineq j cuts her poor relations .

to Jesus Chit: Colic! Alexander and payoff I and thus be kept alive curiosity. Though hand at I least, had no agency in precipitating: shocked her brother with her refined ; goes to church when she has a new

, S. S. KNIGHT, m. ther, by praising God with her in I l.ia speeches took a long time in the delivery, it. Genius was upon the lack, and how it expressions. 1 dePlare," said: he one dayto band bonnet and; turns the cold shoulder "to her bos3

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANTT.HLAUA.S heaven I he was essentially! a man cf few w/irds. He came there i il best known to the sublime Creator his father, cur Sally h:1s" gut to be so thimble, fljrs with his"friend; neersa"
f SEI, FLO2IPA.September I made l IIH1g pauses, which were filled up by of ail this yi-ih'e woi Iti. We speak only learned that I can't understand above one. a bar i a darning.nei4o [froth
BOOKS AXD PAPEHS HAVE SOULS. ; paiitomisie; 'and making,! grotesque sketches of his oratory ; for he was pre-eminently half what she says : 'twas only this morningthat a crow hams ; wonders'\1tb re PaddiDV gr w'f
!, 1 BG5, 05 eats and'eggs in private arid din"
Thinking, speaking acting, influential : on a slate. to show the quality; of his pencils. an orator. she stuck a po on to later, and called ota
RICHARD BRADFORD Parents, do you think of tin?., when you place The sub-stance of every one of I }his discourses Moore used to pay of O'Connell, that it rnojasEe.s treacle." last pigeon's leg in public ; rah mad afler tfi.il

a book or perio'licr.l on your center table I I was, that lie had"oiiginality; set up i in; a quiet I was a wonderful'gi't; ; this thinking aloud up. adores new fashion ; dotes on Bryon ; and

4 ATTORNEY AT LAW, do vuu consider its influence for gooJ or shop, but.! finding that he coujd nut got H living on one's legs And so it is. The great The new Dome of the Capitol.) atache any and man when who grins behiad' a moo>

, TALLAHASSEE. FLA. evil I in it, h> haii resolved to become a quack, Athenian; when he ;threw: away his pebbles This splendid monument of American ; child, asked" 'the age of her
genius replies Don't know indeed
(OSce in. the Poet Office Building.) Every book, every ptper.hasaoul.lJH atlt. I. ami that from the} hour of his taking that resolution mid tock to the forum, declared' oratory to I is to be of cast iron and glass, 124 feet -ask youngest Betty!" : "-

May 23, '67. 21 ing a spirit good or bad. It is the soul of he had done well. Wfcy. ," he would bo action action, actio-i." Maffit improv. in di meter nt its colqmnar base, and rising

its author, and when spread over the p-ijt-s fay, d. I fix inysIf: i i in this ridiculous costume ed upon the hint and winging! his thoughts above} the main building to a height of over EGGS Brcx&. .' ,'.!'iWwhito
Benj, F Young, of the book, that soul acts upon its reader, ? 1 will i tell you candidjr.( Because with brilliant, and beautiful. and fit'rbues- he 200 feet ; the consisting of a magnificent FOX of an.ere

Jiliill71 & ilil1W as truly as when acting directly. The person going about (n this. dress I shall sell a great suited the word to the action and the actionto lantern 17 apex feet in diameter: ,'arid 52 feet has proved of late the most emcaeioaa "recast

who touches the book comes in contact many pencils! and it I stayed at home in a the word. It wa this that made hi.ri vital high, furmouhfed by a bronze stature of he dy for burn Seven or eJgbtVucceiv applications

AND g with the soul], and U, nolens vnens, aflVvt-d warehouse coat I should stll'tJ' few. I ama in every part jti the pulpit. He has, in Genius of feet in of this'sabstanc! ?* soothe theT-paln
SOLICITOR ISpraetice EQUITY. Liherty, 161 height. ., ... ., .
by it. A..d no l'ol'ltct, with it is more' influ! quack, I admit but I am an honest one, forI common with many othars, been accused of '; ,.. -
foundation of the dome be
The i in the
\JTILL in the Courts < f the Eastern Circuit I to and exclqde the burned,"parts from th'esfr.!! -
ential. In reading author book I sell a good article afd if want a theatrical tlitudt's'anJ Gran
1't an are ; you pencil peculiarities.
; of FloriJi and the Federal CourrI I you circular wtll'vf the rotunda, carried up 24 This
(C.FI1CI AT GAIl'SriLLE. ALACHCA OOCKTT.) conversing with him under circu' istances I doubt whether you will get as good a ted. Where do we expect to find graceful feet above its interior cornice," and surrounded simple remedy seems to oa far 'prefer**

REFLREYES: very favorable- ycur becoming Hke'him : one anywhere else for the money." The gesticulation and attitude, pleasing vocal inflections above the roof of the. 'main buijding by be| to collodjon,. or 0 even con.-Sciafi-' .

CAPT. J. J. LCCAS ) for in the book everything is generally deeply speech was always followed by numerous and perfect elocution if we do not an octagonal entablature-and balcony' From Amerzcan.There *

COL. J. D. AIEE*, V Charlftton, S. C. thought out. in hhapu to convince, or carefully demands, which he supplied from cases packed look to the tragic stage and the cultivatedactor chst iron brackets embedded in this circular .

JU Di;. JAVES S.: JO:ES, Tollla a.tt, Fla. j I And all this qniy jndjc&t the ne !n.4.67. 23 reading with care and caution.Would I and he would; not uiifreqttently turn out the Massillon and Saurin, Whitfield and Bascom
iso crowned entabla.
collonnade be
by an Bonck Hunt Flab
\ ; t. ,.Seymour and A. PERRY AMAKER .j I you, wh'-n purchasing books or papers i ii contents of several rouleaux'of gold, and studied the art of producing fine antj powerful ture of 7 feet Above that a pelastrade with )
,i I children hav their minds count them in the He Then exuberant Massachusetts has but six.viz : Everett,Mor-
for your contaminated I public view. was a effects. again, a too fancy attic, 44 feet high, and contractingfrom .
ATTQ8H&Y AT MW. \,itbOicious prjn iplt' .. 'let them remarkably healthy looking man, and could imagination was complined of, and yet all 108 to 65 feet in diimeter. Th n the ton, W.BoatwenrCjifford, ; and. \YuII.L ... ..
T.TALLAHASSEE. FLA. read every thing that pours fourth. like a t->r- I not have ben m..re than 40 years old, but four of th- celebrated divines' to whom we cap'of thp srmi-clipsorlial! and 57 feet UfD" t '

" __May 21. 185*. SO t lent, from the press of.the dlt)'. Remember, he was carried off by n fit of apoplexy. have a alluded' embellished their. sermons. with in height wiih ornamental J windows. at its .

while extolliug'the value Qf ,the press, thatit the flowers rhetoric. base. This is to be surmounted b'/ the Ian' T Some nine years since,' a Je) ttr-was
": EDWARD 11!. WEST. is powerful for evil as it is great for good. fJT: Mrs.: P. '1". Barnam and family sailed Mnssillon and Whitfield were' masters of tern and Statue of I.ibt rtv. The dome is to received in New.Oden.,'dr et d 'T>'tfei

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Remember that the enemy of soul employs for Europe the steamer Canada, there to art.-we'Iean by this expression, t6e't of be simply a continuation of the rotunda, and biggest fool in NewOrtei' Th e"Post

TALLAHASSEE,. FLORIDA.April it to disseminate his destructive doctrines, rejoin her husband, who intends to make pro l facing'such effects as result' in a power its whole' interior will be visible from the. floor master was absent, and on his'return' -*f
and he has cveij mqre lalwrers, probably in his future home. I ful application, ejlher' by. word or. action: of of the roiundo! Above'the cornice of the the younger clerks in the office injbraaoi Urn
: 5. 18&6. IfHCGfl : I his employ, than the Captain of our salva. EngJand tht truths eVoJved. _. rntundo, 'on the interior'the foundation wall of the receipt of th letter"' :'" *. -.
It i Fa' related of Massillon! that, when he the "And w'bat becamB of i it thepostmaster.
A. CORLEY, tion.Why Q.j"The elections looked to of dome, will appear a continuous bell of 17 intend
should we be so careful in regard to August lire preached his memorable sermon on tim small 300 feet in the .; i .,. ,;1.'.
; determine sculpture, length, representing
with} much interest beinu likely to
at Law the food "wuh'which our bodies are nourished as number of the eject, the audience was at a .
Attorney the political character of Congress for : history of America. The dome is to.be ascended Why replied the-elerk I.did-DOt f
TALLAULUEJ while we [py FO little atti-irjon to mental' certain part of it seized with such violent by spiral stairs between its oatter and who the biggest fool in Newt O'banewa ,
rU.JanuJ the In the .
next Kentucky contest
; pabulum which our minds receive I Remember years. emotion that almost every person present halt inner shell, or its roof'and' -i1ing. There and to tvpened letter lf.Ih't. .
will he between the Democrats
17, 1857. S-ly nujmated -
we can as easily plant the seeds of disease I yery the Know But it is rose Irom his seat in terror. Hume's well will occur frequent- l landings or balconies, f! 4L14Ya!? did j l.nd 'la it!",
: ii the mind as in the body and that disease an Nothings. known anecdote of Whitfield's invocation to afford ng bath external and internal views.- the POAtmuwl', .: t.'t', .
asserted that the Democrats
Anderson J. Feeler,. : implinted in the mind i 14 eradicated confidently los than two of the will the Angel Gabriel is significant. Pointing The present state of the work on this structure '" Why,*'responded the de,.. "not14g. baa

Attorney and Counsellor at Law with more difficulty than} that of the body.A not sional districts.more eight Congr s-. heavenward, he cried out, Stop, Gabrief!, is the fitting of the cast'iron brackets in' the tliawonb. 'rto_ artlAc sea' *r,* : : _

book or a paper exerts an iufloence; not stop and bear to Heaven:Sefore you departthe foundation for the reception of Uil.a. 't iron ...,. .

SOLICITOR.IN EQUITY, only in tim, but eternity rolls on O, l.owinfiuiitely -- glad tidings of one more'sjnaer con veiled columns.-WashinglonUnionJulp 14. .. Cuxs. JOB DTsx":xisT.-_ rbe_ BCddJe-. _. ..
NEW' PORT. FLORIDA. tnomentou-ly important that a wise, THE PRINCES* OF ENULA AND TIER -ovEH. to God !" TIM great prea br'.(llothe BPMb. ... *.''".' .' *. town Eep'ttbUcan, .copies, the.following n and
;jiLL Practice in the Court of Uie llJddU. Circuit judicious election of readi-ig be made for all, .-The Princess Royal of England is only advice. of the Greek orator, aMLtheefiect was 'Three. L't v ; '
'.T, fcpeeial attention paid to.Cull -cticr. especially for the rUing age! sixteen. Her future husbmd Pince Frederick 'triC'ft1.t.. >' .t'ele IN THE .French cll } certifies, to its good eueoi., aiped. by cp,
ists learn from Household Words.
_Much 21/57.. 12 William of Prussia is twenty. Both Maffitt lessVmWiflFj' werful than as we periment: .
,was .
are said to be and are well bred and amiable finis pi and skilful elocutionist haw been exp rmetiijig on )he subject, and An'old fnend handed'01 the following' % o.
FEMALE INfTEXCE. Bascoin, yet a more '
their l labors have ted'heni'\ to the conclusionthat
between them
The will *
sons. marriage reet'ipe'or atioa. .It !harbbiSi
pe. of 'pubU
and th" most poptica'jjr gifted! PJP
of '
Attorneys at JLav.TILLpraeficefc The .character. the young men a community come ofi'some time this fa'J.-' Now that the the ocean bojda d/ssojved/ two millions practiced in his"family'for 11*
his sometimes
the twainJndeed, language was '' many. jean
that of the ortons'ofsilver VaYer the
\\ tbV Circuit Ooart of Ui<}41.. dejwnds much on young British Parliament bus settled 8200.000) on brilliant 'ajehpwer of Jailing stars.- : 'Ttyey too from uniform BOCCCM, \'ealn'thf;rtogt alarmiiig'! '
.I..ancJ; leSt Florida.aodiotttfEupfirmc Court women. If the,latter are .piously cultivated; the bride and given her besides an allowanceof as and licaJ- coast of Si Malo, a few league from" the stages thp'eowplainVi *]Taker Ibdiia cOn .'
cftU Stat*. At Lb. D lrict Court of tU Uni and accomplished, the men Bas orn was ornate, original I land it two ways.7 ''A
*> IQ intelligent young Difficulty stands in the and analyzed i jn pc 'roknner. '.
84Q.OOO a year, roaated and pod tar the of'coffeey
dadin-, Uae"1iorihfi'DDi.atrid.: of Fdtd*., will that they themselves His voice was soporoin atdotdnnnding.rising -of the water tb'ey ac'ted feelthe.requirement! linn '
11..1; FWY1); nfII_'A"latUeoI.' rhooid and.refined way.It is indeed whispered in ftie arisencrarjc / like i Ilia deep sound,of a Han'dei anthem ofrsilver4: upon of y the, (or: coarse:meal browlie&yiiBd boil la .ioflcietii -.'
1 be geutlemHuly ; lests and thefpreaence
I't upright til'cl t i 1 /V*- ; prec. >
D'.p JlOrII Qf .., sir.El,1gaD.! even were poJitfc qaantUy of'Witter prodoet aliquid stre until it
'' iCtbei'female friends are vain, (frivolous rangThrongb.thtIoB )loos'pieta! WAS ascertained. The -
but clearly } r
..U.' IJ, .' J1'. ;l or Brunei\l I objections presented JQ the like' 'coffee'aad. drink'a teaoipftawaro -'
: \ the will fob found to.hediisipat ,dravrf aisle tt 4 ,ant"Gatheria 'mairidVr ofthe water d and .
and \mr\ me-n: they"evapdratg ,
yooijg marriage >t would eJi'U Dfiyyered- in.--- ; ( two r tiiiimeaa day. Oe.am> '
"* : al wyvthat aJwJerJ' pie.>guardian of a. ,morenf" h .other ,than..:prince andpdn;. ,er..L"seecaed to fand. Vt tr.0..-IstT ll for*;-' *the'hmlfftAr ", :.1" ;. ., This'lump; ,;pf; irppQre lead.tJ f J d on m"; core practice, ',: ', -**"* .

o _" Cflimsellor.at tt.f"': ''. intfgrityr She'; {s the sorest iocoU .cesses.used to.do, before 'mamage,' ;iD 4dp: > .s uceado'of'irnetthen.s; : bmi it -, -._- . "; .
"rTh-reWi'ib"tib1'a' '" 4 -
-'JtO"i.:: ;; ..1t A. ..', : ;: cator of faith in woman's purity. Asa dllu.h' time; and in. attachment' .has.sprung up be.titen J-' -1,'';..;. ; ;" ''* r-- otOct"' -'< .io a heat sofficient! (.to:, meli-. J Ibe-lMdj J bat holt. Aladj,' ClOQtplaiDinIOf .t:

WILL pra rfif inU Qncrtt WtUMtde iltl !r j1 t .b Theis :jthem o/a decTtedfjr fohstlnftte ctwr. c-.1 He pomswd"p', ppnUyaworhi: range ofouhiand to affect. jthe jsflver,.should any;b ;presont.i.rneltedwusuce4i3p .- .mOtitachtia\ ; ". '.!."ak T"'K

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Tr jitpotttlim:Nesrroea from 'AflrteeTto S Item. from Fldridav Papers, : (For the UorvBen t JasffsseL 1 S FBOSX S ;- S '_. u n"Agriculture.Th .

&t nitrna! tbe treat Indies .5 j -0-, -- Laconic, Extracts- From Jonathan" Dymondami. cOT.rtv.bre.f Proclamation, nr.ti-slftTery Journalists of the Oft
The London News calls attention'to irc
Daily a new h in
Ccrrmo ATTAR.-When.a large conc(1urleofpco- other*. W.uHt G1'OS. July 11.:The Government equally prone to, miwpply pnilinthrqpy an1 .

-. -- --_."._.. phase of the history of .the slave trade assertingthat pie get ,together who lore liquor, nnd there la BT ILEAND 8EOSXOW.PBOPOSITION reecSpt of GOT. Walker's proclamation of the KHh vert figure upon aU questions eonc.r'mmiDg| the Suutb p.

TALLAHASSEE : although the Karl of Clarendon has no official r1t'ntyof it to be hud, it is hard \Q tell what will' 3. Reference to creeds in framing inst. and) her political and material Intrmu 'ney.

-41.4TBDAY ..--- information the fact is nevertheless happen among them before they di perae. This' not satisfied with holding the *lT haUvr
of it true to
quite laws general society is wrong. Religious liberty He the charter of Lawrence is in direct violation np u.
wmzs the case in our burg" on Monday last j i. e., iays abhorrence of Christendom a fiuj ;
AlG'S 1,, 1 57. that the French Gevernntent has entered into a contract there was n goodly number of persons Here from la incompatible with"religions tests. of and open defiance of the territorial law, asddtoosly,al! to prove upon economical Lha1la1.or trittLpies
_. ., -
with n Marseilles house for the supply of 10,. the eountry, some liquor was drank, and towards 1. A church establishment presupposes incomplete and he repeats that tho law must be enforced. and by tatlsthal data, that be U a fool. They

t TM sale st Oils offlee, a few Ole o REPORT fC 000 Afritans to Gnadalonpe and Martinique. This night fight wa* "jumped np" which terminatedin religions tibett,. If an establishment be right He says' rcbelion so iniquitous never before Jft- coB'ign him to prospective damnation In the tm

and edjudged in lAe Court of Ue French Minis- on* man (by name Ilinsos, we believe.) receiving world; and that, upon the Emmersonian prinolrjl
it by tho
contract was, signed be
aef'IDA. is not apd religious liberty of Law-
Terms bcd 1S57.Tlie inflicted knife in religious liberty ; graced age or country. The citizen be
.s a severe gush, by R his bnck, any of compensation ought to 'sufficient fot U.
.' -_-w _= isttrs of Marine and Foreign Aff.iir of the one part about twelve incises ]long and penetrating to the right an establishment Is wrong A test of some rence stand on the brink of an nwful precipice. He .1 hat generally granted a lifa of wicked.

.: Leon County Yllulltetr organized )In this hud MM. Regis, of Marseilles, of the other part, on bone.-.-.J/Wisou Jtfettengcr, July 25, kind is necessary to a church thus preferred by the warn them not to take the fatal l leap. He implores new to thoM todtrldoah wbo, like Dr. F' ,.

the 13th March last It stipulates that the lat for how else khall it be known who is ft member him to sold him the reversion of their wult after Jcath.
place on Tuesday last, by the election of John Park- ARMY NKWK.-On Monday the IStlf July, Cnpt.K state ; them not to compel to appeal military i la
liill T. ter are,"ithiu.threo11'0., or If possible in less time, T. Ki-ndriek's Company\ Mounted Volunteer* of thnt church and who is not ? but that they cannot c* ry their purioses But the journalists aaattioa deny to ti*lateta"Date
Captain, W. Dre\'ar. Tr.. ] Lieutenant power says slaveholder the benefit t.of web eomtxaaL
to /'OO blacks to Guadeloupe and as ma was mustered out of the U. S. service. Capt K ] constituted establishments conflict a
transport religious in
Thomas Sh hee'2d Dentennnt, Wm. Thomas was re-organized and re-mnstered his Company sane 2. Differently ] into effect without coming open tion. Hit wickedness k pr.enh but ItVaot
to Martimque.-ih.ere to work i.i>d,>r an engagement different degri es of restraint conclude ro'h.1Iot' ,
appointed Orderly Sergeant The company number ny Jny. may no doul impose with the troops of the United States. lIe protp tnly redoomed and dam,.

65 muttered into the service of the for ten yearsat the wages of 12 fumes 50 centimes Cnpt Ooodhrend tendered 40 men to the United. upon liberty but every idea oXan establishment-a thus: ed spiritually, but temporarily. also,. 1a.1s JUrblr.
U.S. by Capt KUbura'at oh_the succeeding d I>T, and a month out of which each negro eo imported State* Authorities at Fort Brooke, on Tuesdaylast church preferred by the "thte, supposes some reitraint "It will be my purpose, If you still persist! to lug trlnablo the .lf1DeDta*]laaatu.or dft&1, ud ,'Pta1l mt .

has to pay, at the rate of two francs month, ] who were not mUiter d. Cause: The number religious liberty. spare all bloodshed as fur as practicable and tab
took the line of march for Ocala the upon It i is a favoritipropostou! oft.bautattt1eal
up o evening did not reach the mintniumncnnstit.utinga Captain'scommand. !.
the of his estimated francs. the leaders and of tins revolutionary
cost transport at 2<)0 3.lO Religious liberty is Incompatible with religions jet projectors lanthropist*-one at dtitate of soCd
of the tame day Cnpt Goodbread't Company was law. I u ItUpertinacibntly
the :
prescribed by
MM.I Regis undertakes to employ in tkls service for which all movement to parchment adhered to-that &rotb
and reason again arguments
from rn
under a commission Col Rogers, consequently tests !will the to Lawrence, with a apLl1"i
Sathrrn Commercial Convention.Tlie large stt'llm'e""els capable of containing 800 passengers should be mustered Ocala-the general bj which this liberty is shown to be right are so view accompany to prevent, if possibly troops any conflict, and in I loss productive than, JTcrtaera. tad that ti,1

following gentlemen have been appointed by and for each adult immigrant male or female rendezvous for hi* Regiment. We regret to many proofs that religious tests are wrong. the sincere hope that the revolutionary movement rl tendency and*f the l industrial economy of tat&atk
is waste the
to impoverish
disbanded. .
that the been
learn country.Tb
the Governor as Delegate to represent this State'In ] they are to receive 500 francs, or $l:O. One Company hItS surrendered 4 Tests are snares for the conscience. If theyare contemplated and nearly accomplished, will be abandoned following specimen at this tort of
Joseph IIowcll. Esq., a Captain'sCnmmision. trntttB
the Southern Commercial Convention to be held! of these steamers has, we are assured already in consequence of not being alloweda to loose that any man can take them with a l ere it is too late. Your knowledge Government of tatibn we find In a late number of the Boston 'lla--
the of the of the U. S. -
at Tennessee, on the 10th 4.g., !Inst This is power Teller B,W the"leading Black Bepnblfcaa
Inonit. : sailed. sufficient time to organize a Company. cleai conscience they are not truly tests. If theyare if nothing else should induce yon to desist Joanal

J. Bear T. W. Brcvard B. ? Allen. J. S. RUt lithe contract contain any stipulations biuJirg unfortunate, as Mr. howell would have made a definite th tendcnay is to make many hypocritei and abandon the fatal enterprise." of Massachusetts

G. T. Wod.1 A. Long. X. Hayward,W. G. M. Darw the Messieurs Regis to only who voluntarily most excellent] Captain. Possessing energy decis- The New Orleans Delta estimates the Aumbt
;, W. R. Pcttis, C. Obeli. RoLL Gamble, Ed- ship negroes ion of character, and all the requisites for a Com- Men arc induced to assent subscribe, or LOVH Walker's of slave at tIme South at over three and a K lf mffl.
E 18. Governor
proclamation -
warJ H01foun. GtO. K. Walker, I W. Williams, tender themselves for emigration or sotto mnnder in an eminent degree, the country can but perform against their conscience, in order to obtain I July ions, and their aggregate value at present prices dt

G 1 DuPont A. K. Allison, A. J. Foreman,8 B. pay money to indnoe negroes to come on board illy spare his services.-Tainpa Peninsular July 18. tle: vantages which are contingent upon such acts has been received. Its lisue grew out of a fully sixteen hundred millions of dollar Tn. tot.

Stephens! R M. Davidson, I. R. IArl! G. their vessels, the abstract which has been allowedto From the Peninwlar of the 25th, we learn that humiliation.: circular of the committee on the part of the citizens ton plantations at the South it estimates at about

1cE Hawkins, John .MUton{ ] Coe,jr., transpire makes not the smallest reference to of fifteen nnd children had been All reference to creeds in laws for Lawrence favoring submission to the popularvote eighty thonsand.and tbe aggregate vlu of ti ir
a women 5. framing
McClellan, W. D. Barnes, Dr.J Spencer annual products, at the present prices or
Jame Nmuc cotton It
1 from ,
of the
R. Foyd. T. H. Austin. Robert :, AI* such stipulations.} So far appears ,no restrictions effected by Capt. Mickler of Volunteers.. That general society is wrong." And it i is somewhat hu- city charter essentially differing fully one hundred and twenty-five millions of dol

"Criglar, Fisher,John Chain il. Landrum, whatever are placed] on the contractors; they have a-.ipcr says: iiiliatingthat in the present age, and in our coun- that granted by the territorial legislature, and vet lar. The are over fifteen thousand tobacco plan

Wm Miller A. R Maxwell, W. H. Chace, Dillon the entire coast of Western Africa (except, of coxrse, The mail from Fort Myers arrived at this place try, (England,) it i is necessary to establish this proposition tiog at defiance the territorial government This tationn, and their annual products may be valatd

.Jordan, C Gonzlez Joseph Sierra,D. Ladd. W. K the British settlements,) to operate upon ; they miiy about 12 m. yesterday; bringing I the gratifying in- by formal proof. It is humiliating, becauseit action GOT. Walkcar] pronounces treasonable and at about fourteen millions ofdollars.. Then art
B. N.es ".
) A. thousand six
S BearJ. (McBrdt : S iwo.tl I of the of Six and Nine has ordered of the two hundred sugar plantations.
tellig nee to to
obtain the blacks whence and how they can ; all capture Squaws a body troops vicinity prevent.
.J.a Divine, Da l jr., shows how slow is the progress of sound principles products of wl.ich average annually raor than
Children, 111':1tile: mouth of the K.i&immee River,
Belmy. Geo. Whitfield, D. H. Mays, S. B. Thomas, that the French Government apparently] care f.iri, i is by C pt. Mickler's] Company. > pop the human mind, even when not only recommended farther proceedings and enforce law. The twelve millions of dollars. There are fin OMdrtd

1IcUehf. John JIcQueen Caraway Smith, the arrival of 10,000 to the colonies, where theyare The express hind just reached: Fort Myers when by reason, b"t enforced by experience. I IIi. statement that Go,'. Walker designs. through this and fifty one rice plantations, which yield an annual

Geo. E. McLellan. Win. 1 Ross, S. S. Niblack, 1 to be condemned to lalor for ten years, flt wages the mail limit lft, niul, consequently, we cniip.ot l S (I. It id now century and a half since one of our movement to keep the army at Kansas on pretext I revenue of four millions of dollars

P. Doby M. S. Perry Philip Dell] S. B. McLin, month than the value of work publish! the details of this affair until next w ek.Vipt. I that the administration will back out of the Utah "Taking these statistics of one of the most iaM.
less for a current (England's,) colonies adopted a of religious -
Scarborough Geo ton own system
L. M. J. C. Irh'en ( Mitkler[ wa t<> have reached Ft. Deynniul ligent Southern commercial journals at their fall
G. A.-Dawson, Edward Italic] W. J. Ktit A. for a week in the adjoining British posjcssions. | on the night of the 2:. rt which place a train was liberty which far surpassed that of the parent expedition, is a mere speculation.. worth ia this year of unusually high price, it

Vogt, S M. G. Garey J. iL Commander, James F. The Daily Ne\is" I points out that] this tcheme] differs I in reaiiiiK-.fi tIm convoy tlC eaptivi-s to Fort Myer state at the present hour. And this system was makes bu a meagre show of profit for slave labor.

Tompsn. W. D. Moseley, G. R Ha we*, J. B. Dw1.ns essentially, ard is rppnru.tly] toe carried out Ihisnowsis truly refi e;hing. .Aft'r'o l long a KANSAS : : -RESISTANCE TO.THE. TROOPSTHEEATENED. Counting the land as nothing all the product* of

S Bennett, D. L. Yulee, G. W. Cal J. T. in different from that whLh I p(n on of coaiparutive rest, on the] part of the ]Indian. successful, not negatively, in that it produced noeil : .- Louis, July 20.-It is reportedthat slave lator< over their own food, only amount to
D. San a very raanr.tr by our but in that it much
O'Sei1 Felix G. Lh'ington. E Tracy. :, to ,;stirr'ml up in tin* mannervihI give positively produced good. a public meeting was held at Lawrence, K, T., about nine per. cent on the capital invested j ia
I. D. Gibbc, John Brow- colonists are permitted to obtain immigrant from' hundred! and time for I slaves alone
Corer them n lI'prhr"hil' I may greatly ftrilitnle'the i One fifty year H a long n. on Thursday last, at which it wag determined\ to resist leaving entirely cut o.f the question
ar C Drew, R. B. l1on, ( Hartridge, G.' 1 India, China, and Africa, and exptcs-es a fear that I tciminution of the war. rupture nil the Squaws I nation tube learning\ a plain and easy lesson. the value of the land.IS .

Fairanb. I G. Mays, L Dancy, James we am in danger of a new slave trade. and children, and the, waniors will noon lay down! 7. Penn did much and far in I' the United States troops, if any attempt was Now if we take the interest on the vtJae of
Fontnt. S. 1 jIlory. James McKay, Jno. their arn: and sue tlr> quarter. I outstripped\ enlightened made to collect the taxes. A gentleman just arrived land out of this nrne per cent and then deduct on* S

Darling, Simon jr., H. V. Snell, James SeU.Se liu z Can, \institutions, thegeneral example of the world. I here met Gov. Walker ten miles from Lawrence percent (about $t pr $5 a head only,) for clothing

Qettes, John Parson, John. Eul anks. Sloe the advertisement of ){White in another 37" On Tuesday ]hi.-t a gentleman. of onr city The consequences we say were happy. Burke says I with seven companies of infantry. He said he the slaves aad also a proper amount for lunrane*
having a pistol which I1n.llll* n somt tir.e| charged)
live death
The Exhibition column, offering these articles for snlii. Fruits of stepped to the door mind fired it off in what ]he sup- lie made the most perfect freedom both religious I would arrange matters peaceably if possible but i if of this*, accidents capital against and other by cholera contingeteie or otWdisease

Al the Seiminary Building on Thursday eveningS all kinds can be preserved 1:1 them for any length nosod was a safe direction. Much[ to his iilirn and ciyil, the basis' of li'u hit establishment; and force was necessary, would u'e it. The Free State we ibajl find \he profit escapes on *lave labor,evenblliwe.

of time that when wanted for the taste ill however, he ]heard a cry of dKtres* immediatelythereafter ] this has done more toward the settling it in a I reduced
well attended,and passed off very handsomely. so use, w strong men were gathering at Lawrence. CoL Lape had times of high prices, to a very low fignrt,

S Regarding it the introductory performance of be as fresh and agreeable, \ as thoi-gh just plutked.m t and in going, to the frfmt founcl that thetwolullets I and ]permanent manner: than the wisest regulations been sent for. pot more, certainly, than three or four per cent_
a t I with which it \vi* loaded had hit a
and if this in what will it be when
so now, cotton
could ]have done other And ,
the season, the characters in the play' styled the Man in the II rill. The curious part of the story is on any plan. yet England 4. tobacco and reduced to half their
The late Lynching Tragedy In Iowa. I that the wounded 'rienoed : in. I i at the present hour doubting and disputing ST. Louis, July 21.-KANSAS NEWS.-Gov. Walker sugar are prmtt
"Siege of Damascus, were -el fu t inl'l1 Several min: never expt any value, while the cent and risk of keeping slave
of the youths engaged evinced histrionic talent We have already notice. the fact that the regulators eonvc nience frojn tinwound, nnd i# now ut work whether] te.tlt are right. S was camped outsid.c Lawrence, with eight companies continues quite as great as at present TIn

of Iowa had taken from jail the two hrre j! with two bulkts iu hi- II l'II1.-PciiMcola Donocr. Dragoons, on the 17th inst. Time citizens
of a high order. I would be invidious to discriminate I 8. Englishmen! at the present day have'not to I the above calculation the Traveller assume*

jo>t now, or we should takeplt sure in citing thieves nnmed]Sopor end Gleason;] ,and had t hreafered I I On :Saturday lit: a me.,firg wn\had in the CourtHouse I complain of a want of toleration. But toleration i isa had decided not to negotiate with him. They will that all the slaves in tha Sputh ar employed 1 it

readiness and I them with death. From .he Til'l.71 AJetrt'scr of (and the <, l 1'/&IF*. generally l were I in iitN-n-I m ; word which ought scarcely tp be heard from aehrutian's not resist i the troops unless fired upon when civil producing the staples enumerated, and take fioit-
the of those .who.e aelfposses.
names II d.imto detem tome whether certain charge made whatever of the
) \ count non-exportable product of
the llth, we learn the following part cl1l..rs: I mouth. ". I tolerate the religion of I war will be declared. Gov. Walker has warrantsfor
non were most strikingly illustrated on th.f ccca- against one G. W. Cornet, had any foundation in my slave labor ; whereas the ibjret i 'the South ems
sion. There was clearly manifested :just apprecia- "After they] had been taken from the Court House I truth. 'The, .Imtr.reiss thlf !he had committed afoul j brother !r' I might as well say I tolerate the continuance i time arrest of the city. officers and other citizensof not exclusively so employeu, and in those Southern

they were brought to a grove on Yankee Run.- : ] and bt'iitfil' outrage upon the person of t.it own of hi* head his shoulders. have} no Lawrence. States where the production of these itaplei It th
and the piavilerin inodo I upon 1 1I
tioh ofteamel propriety Gleason kept[, up his spiri's, but Stiper was in terror j I !ltl'r-1I child of some thirteen fourteen .
I t-t.'p-diU!{ or largest the value of Indian corn alone produced if
ate ".el bred and educated youth. S piomibing and when told to confess. Gle.ison replied with j I years of si!/. After' a full and sufficient inve- tigition I more right to hold his creed at my disposal i or his I CHICAGO, July 21.-The Free State Convention at generally found equal to that of any pae of tat

a commencement, backed by the countenance of a a joke nnd hoper with protestation Finally, they I of the mutter, every citizen present wn Nitisf.ictorily person in consequence of his creed, than I have his Topeka, Kansas, adjourned on the 16th. It was products raised for export.
did eonf>s to have dealt in counte-feit mOI1t'Y.I I convinced "flli' there was not a lllal man's i is n thing that rests I
kindly disposed community should have the effectto guilt; :, Every religion the largest and most earnest convention ever held.It Taking the census of 1850 as good proximate BJ
Gle.irson] was firm and ]nu hc.l He taken
was voiee. Committee of tenTlI'n I
dissenting Accordingly n find that in the South
between himaclf and his God. thority, we 8.000,000
energize and stimulate the parties engaged to away and Sopor brought; forward. lie confffs f in I ; took strong position in favor of the Topeka Constitution ttrtqof
prominence thceoirmnnity, wore 'T'f'ir.te.l cultivated in The
i> I land are cotton. number of
: '.I. Tho idea of toleration] U a relic of the effects
i increased effort for self-improvement and satisfaction the whole matter, tolling how and when they had to weigh thetuatt w'lI11I.1 report 'to the and determined that Congress shall admit slaves actually employed Ja cultivating this number

to their par t teachers and friends. stolen 1 ones, that he andGleasou had botn stealingtogether. meeting wluit] action should be taken with the more I of the Papal usurpation. That usurpation did not Kansas under i ii it of acres cannot exceed 500,000. Estimating their

The decorations well executed Mr. thin 1 fiendish triminnl. I tolerate; and Protestants thought it was a great average price each at 1800. the a'ggregate value of
stage BO by The census gives 35,000 voter in the State, and
then allowed time to for t tinexecution. ] "*
I They ware prfpnn: The ca#" was. one of such an atrocious character; I thing for them to do what Papacy had thus refused. I i these slaves would be f 400.flOO.000i to which add
Grant, were admirably conceived, producing the Gk-a
impression that something agreeable is to follow. saying lie was ready to <]ie. He at down, and I of klf-reFwd-tl.\t[ if the law of tlii, State j And so it was -t was great thing fur them-very thoroughly! to defend the ballot boxes at the October expense incident to the employment of that kind

The amateur musicians filled op the int r\'K1 with I wrote a ]letter to his mother, telling her ht V-HS in I could have been properly[ administered] and .justice : imperfectly] however they! did it. And it was a t:1f'.lion. of labor. This, then, would give a slave capital of

excellent music imparting a variety and degree of the hands of the rl' lltlrthllt] ; his comrade h.id been m'eh'.l' out to the criminal, he wouhl must I I gnat thing fur Penn who was rought up in a ]land $430,0(>0,000 employed in growing cotton.the value -
well with the betrayed him. and that in a short time l.e must die. certainly I lehung ; but I the committee deemed] it I I of intolerant Protestants" to declare universal toloration Roles for Home Education. of which, at present prices, would not fall short

animation that harmonized general: I S-pfr was overcome with pricf and not prepared 'I best to be more Uniei! in their }1IIbhr.en,01.1: : : TIle following rules are commended for their excellence of $1 5011Q.000-thoughi( our estimate, cited by
full for all within the borders
of the evening. All indebted to Mr. I to die. Two ropes were then attached to the limb reported to the meeting mis th.ir deci-ion, that O.W. i|. religions liberty and Let the Traveller, we set down the average vain* for

O'Brien pnros: one of the assistant teachers, for that general ('I.a tree, and a wagon I rounht b.-n.ith, in which I Cornell I be tak.'n from the jail nnd that he receive of hij territory. brevity practical utility. every several years at 125000000.
I the victims were placed and the fattened thmi ln bar.back, and -- .- parent and guardian read, ponder and inwardly digest.
which tone and cha.-acter to mtv-lilmiP Mr'pes t upon: < : But if it is contended that the value of the land
supervision gave i around their neck" I' tint ]he I be coicuiindtd to leave limo ttUfltforth h- Crops on the Apalachleoln.MR. shvuld te taken into account, let the 5.000,000

the entire performance* The perforlce'i be I I.pte Glea>on then -f-pok to the oivjwd, tolling them of with, never to rt Urn. This report was iiuai.iinous- E"ITOr.-\" short time since I paid a vUit to 1. From your children's] earliest Infancy i lacujcate acres with appurtenances, machinery. Ac., be e tl-

at the fame place e he l.a.i f'on! *'. lie saW his past life had been an evil] I. Ou )lon.lIlY'morning last, IIt1 o'clock, a committee I fiom 2. Unite firmne s with gentleness. Let your to the $13o7oOOOOO..the'value of the slave labor
Aspnlaga to IJidleysville. At n general thing
I one, so far as bis connection with the can; wacon of thirteen, appointed for the purpose on Sat or- children] always] understand that you mean what employed, it would make an aggregate capital
Nathan's IIouw." cerned ; and he asureJ them] : that horse stealing I Jay, took the brute, Cornett, from the jail. and in the crops are ordinarily fair. The second night af- you say. invested ia the slave production of cotton, of$' 80-
'\"as\ poor bUsir.p'R. nnd |!r pay and tlmt it o nip Ilk-ted the nliove and ]immediately from homo I with Mr.( Beck- *
I punishment; I'I'tei' my departure spent 3. riever* promise them anything unless you are OtAOOO, yielding a profit of more than 16 per cen .
hands Na Jld Jiiin) ; to ] in the wood and hu he], llnoloutdl.rr
House" has changed Msjor (- sleep !,
betook himself to otlur and ,
we hope
I quarter' I with, where I received the utno-t kindness, and quite sure yon can give them what you say. But aside from any speciality of Sounthern agriculture -
thins, the veteran and popular Landlord, having in cold! and eU>rmy rights, nnd to have: never to return.-J/W ]his victuals! carried to him stciilth. lie vas nl-o after looking at Hi cuop of Corn and Tobacco, I
been succeeded by Mr. Paul. The new proprietor 5-- -- him how to do it. and see that it is don by the statistical tables which effectually
II IIa afraid to meet his fellow man, and even !his! friendsin A Chance that People ill a)' Get Cheated came to the conclusion that it surpassed any crop I
is courteous and affable who will do 6. Always punish] your children for wilfully disobeying dissipate the sophistry of those who wonld institute
the : road. It bad and hard lift-
tentltcan. pullc was a a The Boston Trmeller, notices the introduction ofa has
( have in He
: ever seen any country. twenty you, but never punish them in angel an odina comparison between the slave system of
all in his power t render guests comfortable end he rrpentd[ ever ]having engaged in jt ; and her new nutal], called Oroide," formed by, the com- acre planted in corn, from which he thinks to gather .1 7. Never Jet them perceive that they vex you or the South ana the hireling labor system of the
rt'tt"l taken thcodvit-e! cf his friend
tBd keep a Hotel worthy the beautiful and I' not having make lose self! command. North. Det us look at some of the most salient
t who counselled him to do llett'r. lie advid them binution IIf ecver.il metallic subMarices, strikinglygold. I 2'JOn) bushels, and really from the appearance your
in which he has boconie domiciled. I 8. If they give way to petulance or 5)1) temper In 1850 the North, with a population of $13.000000. ,-
pleasant village to take warning by his fate, and live good tnf'n.- ] It was fir-t j roiliiceil in France, and is of the growth, tc., I think he will fall little short ,
S I I wait till they are calm, and then .rentlrell n with prpduced 1489.000,000 worth of'aericnltural
His life had Ie4n'misspcntstud not worth keeping, brought here under a patent. A company in Connecticut : I of his estimate.! I have seen many crops on the i them on t the impropriety thtir conduct. products on 57,000.000 acres ; while the South
of Civil War In Kansas.We .
Sighs and he to die.
wa ready are now mnnufucturing ware from this I Mississippi and its tributaries and mu>t confess that 9. Renumber that a little present punishment with a population of less than 101000.0CPprodpced
publish to-day depatch from Kansas an- The regulators were then about to drive, or rtlII I and much I w lien the occasion arises, is more effectual than the $479.000,000 on 55,000.000 acre Does that show
er call, the hor] es with the wn on from under the material. It resemble gol.'ry] clos-ely] I his corn eqijals. ) any I have ever seen in any coun I
that Gov. Walker has issued threatening uf n greater punishment should the the irapoverUhiag tendency of slavery, or a rude
Eouncing a proclamation tree, when Glenson voluntarily jumped from the I ( filial which has recently been told for gold-chafed. try. Part of it is on new ground, (first year's fault be renewed. and defective agriculture In the South? Or, tup-

t the citizens of Lawrence, warning them ef wagon, and soon became a corp". Soper struggled! ) plate, i'< uolirg: : )but OsriJe. Time cost ufthU metal I ]land.) The trees have been girdled] but the foliageis I I'). Never give your children anything because we take Massachusetts as a representative

the consequences of the course of opposition t the I for life, but the horses were called away with the I i 5* about eighty i-ent- per pound. and yet its n.pcnr. btill green, and under them the corn i is very fine; they cry for it. pose Northern State in respect of agriculture, and Ten
legal authorities, on which they have entered. wagon ]leaving Roper hanging on the when I I 11. On no account allow them to do at oTie time State the principal product
the mice is such that it would] readily: be taken for gold the ears from 7 to 9 feet from the ground, and I am nessee as a producing
he ghost.
too, scon gave up wllf.tou have forbidden under the same circumstances of the South, and the result in each with
This is all that could red firm
proclamation :
Lei ; by ino t I at amnotimer.I the capital invested in agriculture. The value of
yet forbearing, pointed yet not irritating, uncompromising ] 171h the thermomter but of several 'tal]", refined to siuh the S
In Chicago, registered a compound ni< I ear.iim 2. Teach them that the only sure and easy wayto farms, agricultural machinery and ipnplepents ia

8 t Jaw nnd order and truth, and yet 96 ; in Caml ridge, ner.r I5oton, 19th 95 ; in Albany. ] a derrcc that it it Joes not easily oxidize or tirnieh. | ( same gentleman has'nine acres in Tobacco, appear good is to be good. Massachusetts, in 1850, was 112000000." and the

conciliatory as t the weakness and follies resulting 20th 92 ; New York city, 20th, 92 ; St. Lou i I Tlie qualities make it a valuab'c t.qlli iI i- I i of the finest growth I ever saw, from which he expects -' 13.:' Accustom them to make thejr little recitals! agricultural products amounted to 15000000.'
from human for them and is. 2'Hh.' l'ifi ; Philadelphia 2f>th, 94 ; all in thei t with perfect truth. Time value of farms, agricultural machinery and implements
frailty, leaving n rpaee, I tlon the arts. When tested with nitric to and he must
shade. Citarleslon Mercury, July 35. to metallic gather 13,000 pounds, says
14. Never Allow of tale bearing. in Tennessee the same year vat only
supplying inducement for repentance On the days mentioned above the thermomiter a.-id, ebullition! takts place] but no SPOtS[ remain.- realize 50 cents per IK, making his Tobacco crop 15. Teach them self denial, not self-indulgence, $104.000,000, but the products amounted toco lest

The rebellion of the Lawrence malcontents, as much lower in Florida. In thi Tlijs quality, though valuable for utensils, makes it I worth $0500( all of which is made with four hand of an angry and resentful spirit than 850,000,000.

GOT. Walker wen] urges, is perhaps the most indefensible registered a figure a dangerous metal for dishonest men. It can !be Can tills be surpassed ? If these rules were reduced to practice-daily Facts are stubborn things; and inch at we have
city, on I7th July] the men-ury stood, in the shade practice-by and guardians, how much cited scarcely justify the anti-shivery philanthropists -
record for it is in parents
on rot only defiance of will
; used for gold] so readily that it I then and the] beautiful
rasedn to RidleysvSlle! -
at noon, 82, and at 3 p. m..85. Al the same hours misery would be prevented how many in danger and advocates c'fthe hireling labor system In

the TJ..S. Government which they oppose, but in 18th July, 78-82; 19th] 77-80 ; 20th I. 79 -84. 1.( exceedingly difficult] to detect counterfeit from town of Bristol, a city set upon a hill, locatedon I of ruin would be saved how largely would the happiness contemplating us'of the South asdoomedbothheis

contempt also of the Topeka, Free State govern true coin, When placed tide by side with gold, it I land Jo which a claim had been set up by a certain of thousand domestic circles be augmented? and hereafter, by toe fatal tin and folly of our industrial

ment" 5 called, t which they have sworn albglance. Governor Bash- requires clooe scrutiny to deride which is gold and individual, I.utJ Inch, after a small reservation It is lamentable to see how extensive is parental economy.
Lawrence is A NEOEO AITOIXTED TO neglect, and to witnew the bad and dreadful copse- They may, if they are so sentimentally inclined
peopled by a congregation of law has been
which oreidc. In France a already for lie to the of
ford, Wisconsin, of course n Black Republican; private purposes, gave County quences in tho ruin of thousands. deplore to an unlimited extent the loss of out souls

free love devotees and the worst species of Abolitionists on the 9th alt,, issued ceanmisMon, as notary public passed to prevent frauds] by coirpelling, under severe Liberty, aud from which lots were laid off under -_ iia O mmGEX. incurred by our infatuation for that peculiar and

; end iti perhaps too much to expect any to II. Nolan, a person of nu .Lrowp complexion penalties for neglect] all manufacturers of the supervision of the County Commissioners and WALKER'S: Pu The St Louis News pre wicked institution. They may,also, after the manner

thug citLr national, layal or virtuot1'fr m them. and negro extraction, who has resided in Madison, "ordd," to itamp the word upon the article pro. sold to the nrrjonnt of. ove* one thpusand dollars, fesses to give some inkling good authority," of pf certain Jews of olu who prayed their at the eminent street
felicitate themselr/ee on own
They have substituted fn m for religion. Wisconsin many years barbor ice cream saloonkeeper die el. while the individual'refcrrpd to had never paid one. what Gen. Walker is doing and expects tp do. That corners virtne. But they can not, unless they are willing
license for liberty, and contempt alike for the laws and leader of a cotilion band. He also in- THE EDITORIAL-- -FIGHT LOCHVIUB-, -Kr.- -A telegraphic cent for it, the Land being owned by the Apalachicola ] journal says; to relinquish their reputation fr sanity aver that

of Go and man, for that profound allegiance to vented the capitalirvium" and trieopherous." Land Company, "Gen. Walker can secure five thousand men anda the abominable institution in question Is dragging

both!, which distinguishes the good and moral cUi4 two varieties of" dog waters" in general us>e and deepatch to the Cincinnati Gazette, giving I next visited Mr. James Byrd's crop, which is quarter oCR million dollar besides cannon, shells, us to material as well at spiritual perdition.
Whether few of the imminent an areo'innt of the recent difficulty in Louisville shot, ammunition and supplies to any needed a- All we ask of you, Messrs. Philanthropists, it to
ae cosqut'nctof commission i is issued little inferior to Beckwith'c. lie plants no Tobacco -
circulation for the hair. The between Gee,. I). Prentice, editor of the Journal, mount, within thirty days' notice. The money keep your hands out of our pockets. If you will

which Gov. Walker warns tJ'm. 'i restrain with all the proper formalities, nnd the bond required and R. T. Iurritt, editor of the Courier states that but his cotton is the best I have seen this :year.I ($2 OOOO) i is ready and subject to his draft at any only not interfere with our material interests, we

them from their wickt designs, remains for tieS by law is signed by Win. If. Nolan and by Jefferson pasted the night with him, and received nil the moment Walker does not desire more than one are quite willing to take all the hazard of material

future t disclose. TbeVevolutlonary movement i Wm. B.'Jarvis os bondsmen. But the Secretary of Prentice waylaid] Ihirritt as he passed along k5ndne and hospitality characteristic of a Southern thousand men, as he satisfied that with that number evil which slavery may work us. We claim Ieiuu

not eonfined Lawrence. From accounts,the ConTention street from dinner and shot at him three B. he can conquer auA keep possession of Nicaragua fain for both our spiritual and temporal concernS.though .
t file the bond and gentleman.
State Colonel Jones, refuses to times. DurritJ; returned the compliment and shot in spite of all the Central American armies that we have no objection to any charitable solicitude -

though composed mostly ofS.uther nfrn, on it has put the following endorsement : This twice at Prentice, but nobody! was hit or hurt.l'rentiec .. p m can be brought into the field againot him. He is you may please to indulge in respect our
will submit the. CODtuti t a vote of the people. appointment 13n violation of the constitution, and HAIL STORMS.-The Rochester Union of last eve operating quietly at 'present and keepa his own immortal natures. But our earnest and unceasing

The "Cntton I 6tte will be void" when he made the attack, surrounded ning records a heavy hail-storm at that place about counsel; but the departure another expeditionfrom request is-keep you hindus out of ou* pocket*.-'

tionable, and the question of slavery will nnexcp therefore by a crowd of ft't'ndal armed to the teeth ,and two P. if. on Monday. For some ten or fifteen New Orleans] sometime the coming full. well Ntw Orlecna Delta,
minutes rain and hail fell thicker than shot
S S C. prepared to back him. The parties eoncei ned in grape appointed and with Walker at its head scan event -p- -
mitted at a separate proposition, that the elector broadside. Some of the hail
stones were
1 A writer in the National Intelliganccr, who a "
\Z3j that be seriously expected. LAU.-.IOW5 hat
the affray were arrested on Wednesday, and heldto may Gov. GRIMES VODICITWO rax
vote fof the constitution aud and the that the
can against was so
very large quantity great
fla\tr represents himself as A Clay Whig referring tothe of w Regulators -
bail in $8OOO each) to keep the made white with them. to been disgrnceed to frequently by gtngt
three t on will vote against slvery. The revive the peace. grcund was Damage Pensacola and HIontfijom ..aliroad.At the authority to bang
Abut proposition to Whig party says: lawlessly assuming
rote of the Territory is estimated at S crops \\n anticipated. a meetinc qf the Board of Directors on the that Gov.
of horSe thieving,
22,0. That the Whig has placed itself not only About this violent persons suspected
party two o'clopk morning, a )Jail
these Democrats COALITION 1.1 NEW JCRHEY.- -The Boston Journal 14th inst., lIon. A. E. Maxwell was unanimouslyelected Grimes hot It to call the attention -
Of 500 7,000 thought neceeeary
are are
pro-slavery visited the north of of Boston
beyond the reach of even a temporary or nominul storm part the town ,
] director in the of Judge B. D.Wright. seize and
place lawful authorities to punish
thus speaks of a late movement in New Jersey: of the
free State Democrat and in The in-
8060 9,251 this
Republicans. 'but the sound of the county. vrops were considerably The
're-organjzation beyond trump latter gentleman will retain the office The. Regulator it
the Committee appears -
The New Jersey Daily Republican\ the Republican the hail Corn and garden Vigilant
votes are of these 2,000 voted for dele S jured by falling crops of Treasurer. secret oaths 'to defend
regae. resurrection of that State and the Daily State Gazette and the fruit are bound together by
cut trees
organ were badly were strippedof
It that the vote the consti up It is that the whole line of road in Alabama number -
expected their lawless They'
gt Hmt on The refusal of the Whigs to nominate,Mr. Clay the Amerieanrgan, Loth of which were their leaves and young fruit. We do not understand every one of gang.

tuton will reach 25.0. In Kansas the question for the contest qf 1840 their .i.fual'tu" elect }iiui in published nt Trcntop mire been' consolidated, mul from our informant that the hail stones were contract from !ine November to Moutgomtry next i.-ill be put under it I it said, ?000 in Jackson county., The warrant Governor

of is settled. The issue is will hereafter lKvUiied in thAt city under the title remarkable for size but fell in by calls upon the Sheriff to serve thf
regarded now
slavery ; great they large
a 1844 and their oppositirntoGenera1Seott in 1852, S The adjustment of the donation of lands is nearlycompleted for the arrest of the )eadem If the county force U
of the Daily StAtdjBazette and Republican. Thisis quantity. So the amount, that at six
thai Kansas be a Democratic or Republican State. demolished tbe but great was in the Land Office at Washington. Unexpected the law the Governor
to execute *,
not only party. absolutely pulverized not sufficient
the firitpn>ctica\etep towards the'consolidation o'clock this the in
mornipg hajJ}) lay, shady places,
delay occurred in the Land Office, in consequence sufficient from other counties. He s131:
it" of.the R jiublieaid I Americans into one party, s.o thick (that it could be easily gathered up in promises
-S ArcvsT elections tre held he Issue n the platform oJjdLi iensiojf of slavery The double Advertuer of doubts arising to the true meaning MI am resolved that, to far-at in moUse, this lawless
:on-e81 In the next Presidential contest, tayt the) l.Dds-full-B'ff.alo 21. '
ofthe act Congress, of. 17tb May 1856, making violence, which, under the plea of tdaalalttering -
this month A follow: On the first Monday, in.Alabama .will be between the Democrats and Black Repub 40 iBolidated jou'rn4lpposthue iud legislation extension of There was A tremendous shower in Watertown, the grant of land to Florida and Alabama to aid }In justice to horse thieve*;tett at defiance the to.thori .
iavor 'to
and TeD State officer fpdember of licans. slave freedom territory a'nd, purity, of the elective franChise-preservethe Thursday afternoon In which hail stones the. size of the construction of certain railroads lying. within tics of the State, and destroys all rt P otfor *

Congress;. in Ketucky.or members ofCoie; .4. thus embodying the ffemenU pf Republicanism.* mar lies'fell iu North Watertown. those StaUs, the laws, both human and 4Wne, taaUjb* ebeeke&'

I Missouri! ) n.nd Judge of The New York Mercury says t-hut there, Are no AmericamsmJ There was a prodigious bail storm in the townof .411 the doubts having been removed by the decision :I shall have no hesitation; vieiefore'wbeu offlcUDy

little The from New Haven (N. Y.) on Sunday, and bail stones of the'Attoruey General], in June last which advised of the exigency,'fe call ont toe entire nflitary -
Court ; In Iowa, for the new constitution aM county girl* Dow. sex jump infancy to -
of the!size of hen's have is favorable to the best interests of the to erwoi oct
S t'3cr1aheon 1 kn.*w men welL None better.- eggs are repotted to fallen. entirely power of the State, If Decenary,
oceri. Oa the first Thursday, in Tennessee young-w ptanbOO They talk marriage at ten, further will in making out bowa It"tf *
A storm of)haiL and rain passed over the WhiteHorse ., roads, no delay occur this spirit rebellion which has ,
"Ilia words The future character of child
Cor Governor'and member o Congrees. On the and, at fifteen have _families.' A tiny creature,recently -* were: a Tavern (N. J.) on Sunday. the list of lands and certificates by which the several your county." It cornea to this alwtye'ia.*ea ,
at Detroit that she i'aa four Is always the work of iU mother, and to MadaiH expectant Companies will come Into full possession it imped OUTM? ?"
second Thursday, 'in North Carolina for member, twore, ,.t! over A great kail"storm passed over Central Vermont when legal authority

ofCoogreta -Op. the first, Monday in teen,* in-ord r tx> persuade_a J justices !o't\e the war- Campan be said : "Be it your care ,to train up" on Wednesday of last week, through the towns of ,of the Congressional will donation.aid the S clous pretext The usurper*themtelyet bewneta be pbt*
This greatly negotiationsfor Ir45havas-to
.Aup mth.ri who ihallltnow Low to educate their chil violator of the
-knot but 1tturiedAutthatsh ha J Northfield and Williamstown,and other greatest
electjon riag < placed Roxbury
: will tLkt4Iaee in Nebraska. ; procuring the nacewary iron,rolling machinery, down force. The people wbosewLUhsxp"4In
to Congreta. -The following gentlemen are tuppor- the figure r JJuteenJ: Jri her boot, ,ti'at,'he,fliight not .dren. S .''' w *. '* towns roeasaripg 0 in. three Washington inches in county. Hailstones fell
tad Jor, Iba jofficer B. B. Chapman,'the pmentdelegate ; ,prejure lertelt. C pld I* ,a: *ly dog Both, young.:; t 'Gpldsmidi'znade( a 5.very_ poor I. 'figure,in. cnafTri lering the ground< cutting np diameter the grain, completely ruining COY the ocrat.hoped, to their successful Issue.- Peruaeeta Dem overturned by penont who artnot mtralnK dltpoted "

!. L Mar and old become prtners-in gentle dnpliijty, and deal of mil to the laVt wholeaome
Bowen Dr. Rankin at present .5 tion ;; and in this ,contrasted. eo wonderfully gardens, breaking a great glass. S

hl of the erritory,-
Gen Jittbrook --. I called him.'lan Idiot And WAsmsorpw, July 21. The'Government bat received but yet scarcely Tcnerable Van Baren was at Mr.Marcy's .-, OfThere1 the iTth.
The 'that'clap Inspired o.anuthetepokoofhhmn'a'n'beIng opitned ca
Cincinnati Cowntrcial state atrrI.e' sice itwtm
'/ --: -- _._ x_ __, .__ ,. t 5 \ ,' j '' I letters from GOT, Medary Minnesota Territory funeral, with hU old bright healthy look, in New York: city
S tF1iriUs Ujat the S .of thunder. ,' at about half-past( five on Sunday who wrote angel. and requesting authority to muster into service and smiling as ever-not solemn even in the pretence ofJnne.t.ienrtaiia
jferly -
of tolifrw' hi Grnt Pritan( and onaamptloa < afternoon sfartleI.hff cityu 'O f iiThennas ; propi t.r: S Ulked, like poor" i P lL" ._ several companies of, volunteers for'.protection' against of death for solemnity teem impossible-for by,thg drownjag ptgeea yGET. .:

-- ..-- Ireland sMnthg atthe IiIZiian1 It S '. -I the: Indians. ,He reports that 6000 savages. bis ever happy face. .He,does not show,over sixty,
amntatoWD lpBaMrjBn' Arerafe ,of:about' biigbtlfr. Ita'. d ::'Bos wtll (the biographer of Dr. .Johnton) have concentrated at the bionx agency, exhibiting and hii hair is no whiter than it ba beta fer,twentyfive '

S two'p ondt tjci eftry; man, woman, and, child One, ft .41otul'b ': .zu.e,. > ortbe, : i'ky. :. '.. ,vaa on tday complaining :that he otnetlmrif feU' a bad state of feeling'against the whites. and up year Bewailed Invgorom the eapitol !-

balf, of the amongt t used it foppoted to be smuggled lengthened,r rumbling1 -lik?tko growling' J under-_1,, dull .fP Yes, Yea med Lord Karaeij; cmip .holding the Spirit Lab murderers.Tb S ], after tb,'eeretaonlee' were ,onr.to. 'Utiud that < '
: w rklfan eartbqtlit, *, : I ,Secretary of War bu ordered the troop*at S cars at the river for bit borne 'in Elnderhook. To. q;' -.
j1 '!mt"' Of, _.AI Ul ,aQtnctlmet nod.. .B showing too'tattcb Forts MoHenry and,Smiling to proceed to )ui,n.- day be looks younger even tb n.x-PrestdentPi.roi.! dptyon acceiut o-s-rsa tit ci w.n4mg.yis'I .- $

r .tt' ceY i tit. I,jCh ia4-;pice t 6t,,ibe tirioin-: beef tell InA '.I ,tion lii this bU Lordahtp'addtd: Indeed, !fr! ; U \Is'. ; ou' ia pla<' of d,k' Tolnptwr) afted] for by QOT., with whom side by lib,"%.' 4IrII iM ARmbty ?.SetIOnS i5&J r
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!. ; cria 'e t d'l l r fe>w rfipI. o the enlylrfiinci you "s te ef_ r"* *mllDrHotn! .r.'' i 'ebabr1, I -
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It ha*los&been knows that Uie moon re vcrcs on mITE J- CO, SMALLWOOD, ANDERSON FLUID EXTRACT For Screw-Propeller SIoopoMTar.OF FROI NEW YORK: W.Eti !
baring expired by limitation, and the retir
It* aileia the same time in vlnch revolves ivundih ing from business of J. GEORGE ANDERSON. OF SARSAPARILUl BOXES champagne Cider, c, t3b.
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cartii, and that iftonsequcntly always presents the wi lcnd Eq DEPAaTV. 4 Tierces Rice BE WDftSWN.3fl Li oo ecM Ips
nwrlv the same ridfl towards the curth, while the ) firm t.f >rm n Vn-pnrtfM-rFhip. uudrrthp Combining all the rne SMALLWOOD. w
fither'Rdc Is ricvtf rtcn frca cut globe. >o lodjt- will ciintinue the business EAKLE of the late
uf uatt-r nnr clottas can lc seen en the nio.-n by the sui place. No. !* BLAVCR Firm, at the Wild Cbeirj Bulk u the must potent BLOOD PURISt and plans until Ute 24th djt of August <.Hlly better thai I3andanrpisie$ pinnctoal enstoiam, anil b all batanee*) libaLd
ifid of the most iKiwerfal"tcleecr ,iJor is the apparent STBEST. K& in the kbown world. For the cure of Scrofula, wx., endorsed For the Cvtfrnci* f a 8trmnPriptller the Balm nf a tbowand Flowers Persons cuunu Node for CASH. LI.'O.-WIL.
aireetiot} of fctar dose to its cdje chanped by Rht nmatis n. Gout, Dropy, and all Chronic Diseases, Slin>pf War authorised bj. the act of who u'e the article will UTE March; 14a7- IL '

refraction, a* would be the case if an atmosphere J. UStfALLWOOD, it has no equul.A Congress, approved 8d March 1851.Tlie forever and never DIE.
eflTflopod tjie Mocou hence it has been: inferred JOHN H. F.ARLE.TEO proposals must be tor the hull spars and pare For sale by R. H. BERRY. TUB LATEST S RMO ASS Sj

by \Thewcll. the reputed antbor ol a 'bite work entitled The businp .J. PERKINS. Jfedieine to be handed dmni to posterity at a bleating spnrs, ringing and blocks, sails ai\d spare sails awninirs. June 27. '57 28 4. >_. MM M, IMS.' BSk.be .
Plurality of Worlds," that the moon has Lbs nt Tnllah.wrp will he conducted in to the Human Family. Ao. boat anebor apd cables, tanks, casks furniture -

'no atmosphere or water, and, consequently] no in- N.name York THOMAS 1. 1857.J. PERKINS A CO. Great Internal & External and cooking nHten4U. the steam machinery FOR SALE. ,,
.hanitant July 30-2t ]S -nt. copy. ind spare work with all the equipments and outfits -. '1ri ;

This inference is snowntdb, inconclusive by a (''i a ship-of war; to bo complete and ready in all rest 10 OR 1200
recent diwovsry of the astronomer Hansel, wboreflcdvof For Sale/ DR. JOHN CULL'S KING of PAIN >ects to reo ie her officers and men, proYisiou of CORN and 4 or 8000 P: cAL7s'4*
th moon's motion, continued for many stores, and armament B ,
vcarVbas established the fact that4.be centre ofgruvitvoftbe A VALUABLE PLAHTATION is LF.OJC COCKTT. FLA. IB warranted to cure the following diseases. to wit:- The armament, stoies. and provisions will be fornirlif ),-J pounds of BACON on rruE UNDERSIGNED U now rwdrfw-ftkrn

moon. Instead of being 1ike tbnt of WILL b* sold at pri-: e sale. tint fine plantation Cholera. Bowel Complaints. Dysentery, Weak StonBib > d by the ifovernment. Miccasukie. Refer to 4. And vrdstock of 8PRIKO'VwJ-BUHMBK

( irth"at the centre cf figure, Is l>*\ohd that centre, as the B irruu Pl.icr formerly Geiien 1 Debility Liver Complaint, Dysperwi*, The cpeeificiitions must fully describe the materials Messrs. 0.4 J.- MEGIJTSISS. GOODS to the Inspbctkn of wbfeh b. iarift UttPuUiapeoe'nilly

Ai farther from the side next to l"W enrth} than it owned hy Oil. David Borrow, and iwiw by BrranGroom. CbilU and Fev -r. Rh natism in it* woraj form, le- to hied, tbb method and sizrs of fastenings, the July 467._ J7 : '.*'

l is fr.ra the other side by seventy-four nriles. The some t-n mite* N. E.f Talbdjasse"Te vere Burn As'liT, Pthi- ic. Bruises. Sores, Want of detail of sizes nn'l! arrangement of the machinery, the 'cb:3ITIJo1iAzTQTt

jjc*rrr side of the moon, therefore; i is a vart, cipnr.dd plantation: contains Twenty five HI mired Acre ol& Action in the Kidneys, Piles, Riiiv'wonn Ruint/r various fixtures of equipment and outfit the cabin for Per uWnu a. Pettish :

protuberance or mountain seventr-four miles Land, the grfnter pint >f which is equal to any hmn1:' Cholic, Head and Toothache, Coughs. Gold. Canjer, captain wardroom for 12 officers stet-rage for 14 >ffieer FROM NEW ORLEANS :' Cb uitt.Barer,Orensxliue.nd ,

Wgh: and any fluid, whether airor water, would in Flo-iili.; Tl-eri1 nri abrnt tw* ve or fourteen bun Tumor8SvvelIinj Cuts. Scald Scrofula pr Kug's ?. apartment? for 4 forward officers, the store, sail, & OrfajjdkFJoanoed ty"
flow downwards from the nccrer to the fardifr bide drcd aev of<>pen land!, and i he remainder, lin'-lv tiintared. Evil. 'Scarlet Fever, anal all Pai i8 awAvbrt.. in bread, clothiu tailing rooms,
of the moon, where, for ought we know; intelliicnt including n large quantity of very superior land, whatever form they ntv appear. This tinedic-ii* !has hell-rooms! spirit-rooms, hold*, chain and other ) 1 plain llama Sil TJssoe* and Crepi ]U f ant".

living beings may exi t. The nearer Vide of the Art tab clear 1'he improvements arc very g. od-a Ix-en before the pvrthic about three yetirs. and his relieved lockers ; also the, dimeusion ot the spars, boats, and S Tiereet" Sugar Cured Hanoi, Chintz Brilliants.
moon cannot be inhaLUcd, at least by l beings to dwelling bou e. good qnirtrrs fr ah 'it one hunindnvgritf more ftuffcring in that time than all otlje|simi all the r.thf-r objects included in the proposal. 1 -U Smoked Bee V Printed I :LaB froa 10 to 78 eta, ?

whose"cristsnce air and wAter Ere essential as is good fettcAc.. Tbe plantation w ill hr said lar preparations combined. For sale at Da.'Jons Upon ai plication to. the commandant of any navy- 2 Hhdi. choice Brown Surer, Frnch,& tcb: d Lmei'a. oki *m!.

the caw with all terrestrial anim.il for one-tbirdcttsb. the Iml.ince in "ne i n
The late celebrated mathematician.) Gan pro- with intereet from date 'ifale. The plantation will York. 4. with which the government wilt (.trtilsh the ship, White Beaoa, Black" PpoU d* Loire,

t j.o.'td as a mean f settling the question, whet her 1-e *biiwn tn any me dmiiing to pinclmKp) by Mr.llvninn and f>r which also, the contractor in his plans must 1 Lard Oil, >f 1cOrod.rtiae,
.4 1aekCh1Iib'
the mo n is 'inhabited, that a huge monument be ibe manaireroti fluplace.. Piircbaeem will Dr. John Bull's provide capacity and c-divenient stowage. 9 -. _
crerted on the steppes Siberia, ns a sicrnal to the apply to the undersigned in Tallabassee.- Compound rectorial of Wild Cherry, certain cure The plans must be working drawlnzs! from which 2 Lard, ,

inhabitants of the moon,in the Lope that they might Vf. CALL. tor Coughs, CulL aud diseases of the Throat and the ship can be built showing the inboard arrange 1 "" *Mesa u Beef, Linens :

be induced to erect a similar signal to apprise ns of July 25! 1857. SMf meiit the allotment of space- for accommodation 10 Pork,
their existence. The discovery of Hansel shows Lnngs.b..!l4l by AMES t LIVELY. Tallahassee. for store rooms, for the *towaje! of the various objects 2 Boxes Lemon Fronting arid Shirt ; linens, .

That such an experiment could W attended with no Notice Principal Offices-Louuvillt and New York. of equipment outfits' provisions and stores, the ar- 1 Box Smoked Beef Sognr Cored Toneu Pillow Case and Sheetift; Linen, '

success, inasmuch as the inhabitants if there nre Jime27.. '57. 26 rnn tfincnt of the machinery and the disposition of the For Sale CA SI1" by E. IL LltRY. Fancy Shirting Linens, *

sily. being on the further tide, co.uld pfv r fee nnoKuiaent I ,A LL persons bavincla.nm t>r demands! of what oonl. Tbete niust also be n plan oldie saiL.. showinij June 13. '57. 24 Fancy Linen,for Gents and Youths, wear. '

of the earth. It may not be nnintere JrX. c-vrr nature ;ain-t, tl e estate derick K. Attachment.Thomas the courses, top sails, top-gallant sails,jib, aud span- Spring and SummeriANTLLA
Salt Salt
injjto s4, that It has been dlscoved, within a few SI.HW. d-cwis.-d. late ( Rad-xlrn, county, Fl <_ an- notifiii ter. ,

ytars, by means of long continued, hourly observations t<> jirocent tbcn to tIe uultrtgel.1 aibniiiistra- White 1 Ii Ju.nu.v6 Court, for the Sec- The p'ans' will be accompanied by a model which, A SACKS LIVERPOOL, in fine order
with the barometer, riiat the moon exerts unappreciable t.Tnf Oiiiil; estate vttlnn the time preset ilied by law. t'K. }J-nnd District of Lf''U Countv, with the drawings of the bull, must be 0:1 a scale of 1/1A\ Unilim pr Times and for sale by $ :
or tin-* notice will IH -i'l in bar ibere-f nnd tboeej Nathaniel Wbite. ) Debt $21 2i
influence on the pressure of the ntmosj p ; one quarter of an inch to n fm.t. McXAUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO.
herp; an aUo by means of ]long continued maz- j i'ubbteil to 8-iid estate ate nqursttd to make p.u- r [''HE defi-n lant and all other* are hereby notified Tie ship to be pierced for chase, s'ern,' nnd broad- April. 1857. 14 or XTK&Y DKCIOTIOX .

UCK observations, that it exerts on influence ou tbeh liutit: jwni&dhtte1v." J of the rommcncrmcrit! of tbi-s suit returnable t" ftJnstiovV Slit ports the Liter n"t less than 12 in number on

< :nation of the magnetic needle. THOMAS R. SMITH. Admfr.Jily COHIL to IM b'ld at I'ahhiihiai.ee on the 12'h each eiJe. and to l Le 14 feet 2 incurs from eVntre to Eice-Fresh Eice. Bonnets

ca : 25. 1S57. Siv-Sw lay of October, A. D. 1857, and lo appear and plead een're. The port still to be 20 inches above the deck ; ,
WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive IJULOK
Dr. Jirtane's Lire Pills, to the fume. the ports 41 inches fore and alt, and 38 inches iu 50 A A8Otirarf:
FLEMING BEOS. PKOPBIZTOBB.t7" WHO WANTS MONEY ? .IIVMI under my hand and seal tbia 24th djiy of de1't't. in a few days direct- from Charleston. Send ENG LISU. FRENCH, AND AHER- -
in orders and have it marked who want *
This great medkine has supplanted all others for thqrcrr Julv.- A. D. 1>57. The weight of armament to be provi !ed for IQ the your yea JOAN STRAW BONNETS,

cf diM*Bet of the Liver. Iu effects are so salutary and 900,000 EDWARD M. WEST. [L. s.] displacement will be I ICO ton of 2.240 pound -ALSO150Boxe3ofMMlnfactul TRIMMED, LACE AND 8TRA.W BONNETS

epMuIr, and at the same time*o perfectly safe, that it is not MAY UK OBTAIM4U BV B.tIhK.IN(! 10 DOLLARs, Justice of tins Peace. The total complement of officers and men will be2fi5 ed TOBACCO, at lower

surprising It should supersede all ofcers. Invented by a voryi'.gtlnguiehed Halves &ituI Qitrli-r Ti lirlsINPROrORTION. July 25, 1857. persons and the hip must stow provisions for prices than yon pay this Spring in the blgdtyof AISO 4 LAbS AMOkTirBrr or

physician! of Virginia, who prartiecd in a re- 120 ilis.; and water for 90 days, with a coodenwr New York. For further particulars, enquire at French flowers, Artificial i4mbioideries dt, for distilling fresh water. Fuel to be for 13 D. LADD, Newport
g'on' of country in which ncpatis, or Liver Complaint, 1 is peculiarly Attachment carry '
formidable and common, and who bad spent years JASPER diijs' till steaming and the vessel to make under March 21/57. J2 .
In discovering tie ingredients and proportioning their qsanI'ti ACADEMY LOTTERYBT Edward Barnard, Jr, ) lu .Juatiets Court, for the Fte'nm nlnne at her deep-load draught of water ten Jlieb Valencia*. Maltese and Honatboa MtU Of
AUTHORITY a.f the STATE C'f GEORGIA, VL* }ISec-nid Di.stiirl of Leon Co.. knots in n smooth sea. The deep-load! draught of water Sleeves *
Collars and I
under ,
s,these are peculiarly adapted to every form of the MANILLASFOE
Is-oss! ,and never fail to alleviate the moet obstinate cases Havana Plan Single Numbers. Natliauiel White. J Attacbnu-ut fur 1 22 38.100 when armed and fully equipped with men, provisions Emb'd.roooslm Collars, (fro Hi. cts to$3.00.Eixb'd. ,.

ot ibal terrible complaint. They bare justly become celebrated rIMJE defen lent and all others inteiested are bereJL and stores of all kinds, and ready for sea not THE moosuQ SJtevei, r *' S

snJ the researches of Dr. M'Lane have placed hi*name oooo, TICKETS-3.23C PRICES by hut ifli-ti of t the. commencement, of thi-t suit, to exceed 1B feet, and the lowest port still to be 8

among the benefactors mankind. Xo one having vmp.ih1 Amounting to *215,42CO. retunj.tble to a .Instii-eV! Curt t'i Ise held atTallahass feet abrtve the load lin>. ; Spring and Summer of867, Hata, a
12th day of October, A. I). 1857, and to Tbe propeller to be fitted to hoist up ; nnd the boil-
Ua>' formidable complaint should be without th>-seioilualile appear SUBSCRIBERS have received by Ex-res A LAO AsaokTHcrr of
Piizes Pa> :iliK Without Deduction.AXDEKSOX and plead to the same.tiivfii ers to bare a telescope chimney so that tbe ship may THE
Pilla. Have in the side
a pain right
you far the
Fashionable and by Spring and
few of those most Gaits and Youths SoaunwHATS.
under band and sc&l this 24th day of not be impaired as a cruiser under sail, fur which ehe
The cdgf of the ribs, which increases with presure.-unab1e is intended. .
ul; with tt>* on the left side-with occasional, sometimes Suecveiior* to J. F. WIN-TEE, Manager. July, A, D. 1S57.
The hi Ider will state the time considered Mantillas S.
rocoUnt pain under the *honlder-Msd. frequently ext<>n- EDWARD [L. s ] necessity Chantilly
ding H the f>p rUe shoulder? Eely upon it, that although Our Ij-'tteiies hew in M.iron. fia. (Smnll Scheme?) JiKtief of the Peaco.Ju'y to c-mpleU the ship for sea. together with the price, of various patterns and designs, which they offer on Clothing; -

the Utter p ins are sometimes taken ff>r rheumatic they ali | evi-ry Srttim'ay.; anJ in Savannah G a.(Large Schemes) 53 i. 1857. 30-3m fully t-quippe'l. us bef.ire named.in the mi 't reasonable'terms. Call early if fob wish A LASGX ASSOETlrXST Or
of the
artoe from disease ot the Drer; and if you would have relic ab.iut the loth of pveiy in.itli.CLASS Tie object department inviting proposals the>boice selections. BUTLER DEHAM. Gent fashionable CLOTHING.
i U to obtain the bet pJnsrtsnllf and buy a box *f Dr. M'Lanc's Liver Pills, prepifwi Savannah ]Medical College very March 4. V7. 11
marine cm produce, nod proposals will be received -
only by Fleming Br<*. of Pitts' urph.fS7 AA Boots and Shoes
Pnrchwers will be careful to ak for DR. MLANE6 'I 'UK t: ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES will! from ship! builders only. Tallahassee Sas and Blin la .1.
CELEBRATED VEEMIFL'OE manufactured by FLEIrINO DRAWS Arccsr 17ru, 1657, AT JL comiicuce on the first Mouday in November The proposals speeificati..ns," and drawings which A LAAflK A8SdapCKIT Oft.

lto4. .Pittsburgh.'?, Pa All other Vermifuges in compari- ARMORY HALL SAVANNAH. GA, next. C"iif..pn to the conditions now prescribed anil combine Ladiep, Gents, Youths and Child SHOES.
the greatest number advantages will: be eelected. lIE undersigned adopts this method of informing ALSO
,wi are worthless. Dr. M'Lsne'i genuine Vermttnge, nl'n Under the Sirotn FACULTY : T
Supcrhi'cudeitcf fTil'
und the price must rei-eive the approval of the the ptihlicthat lie has recomuie'oced the above
ii j ebrteJ Liver PiCs,cr.n now be hsd at all retpectablc li. SymoiH nu-1 J. M. Prentiss, E-qs. R. D. ARNOL M. P.. Practice Medicine.P. depirtnient before a contract will be made. The business in th-i city of Tallahassee, and woujd be Servants SHOES of every quality. r
drag su>re Jfon genuine tcMovt the rignatiirr nfS3 ?l. K01.LOCK. M. D Ob-tetiies.,
reputation of bidders ns successful constructors will pleased to receive the patronage of his mends. Shop STAPLE GOODS.
[ ] FLEMING BROS.pine CAPITALS of AQ.OOO. ?2-1/0! ,). *1 0.000. ?5. W. O. IU'LLOCII. M. D.. Surgery.J have due weight. -specifications, drawings, and at the Rail Road DpoL L W. BO WEN.
-. -. -- -- ------- flA(). $40nii. *200.(' 3 Piizoif $!Or.O. 5 of 3-.V 0. 1 t.O i'.. II oVA UI). :M I)., An.itomy. ni' .l lIs of paitira not obtaiuinjj the contract can be March 7. '57. 10 Cotton and Linen Pnabarg,

onITUAU. of -* I(JJ( 1 0) > t.f50.. S0i);i.' of *:'.() auJ 75. Aprxi-; iniiti"ii J UREA IL ItltIS. M D., PbvM.ilogv. .w itll raw bv I 1 tern. B rowa and Blue Shirting aad Sheetings,

priz .saiiii'iiiiiiiij; $ 76ii( J. II. HEAD.I M. I D.. M.ti-ii.i Me.iiea. 11. 1857. 23 -A LARGE lot just reCIGARS. Marlborouih Plaids sqd Slnpes,
l*- JO ni'II .IO.VKS.: M. U. ( laetiitiv. ceived Choctaw Stiipes, Aprdl heciu; ,
t.h July, A. D.1637, HANSON GIBSON,Qnincy. n Whole Tickets 10. JIul e< $5, Quarters :2.50.' > byMcDOUOALL Ac.
Bed tc
J. J. WIvjT. M.! D.. l einoiMri.tor.> ( .sg'-d 37 years. lie was to have left Florida rthe North
Look to your iuterc and co-npare this ScLurne with Tie Pr-iiiiiinarv fosir-i-of: L 'a Friday,but on Thursday the 23rd, wu attaekfJ with an S
tlier. o-i tl.e I I'-'lli October next. ('li>ii.-al Lt-etur will be
tiny A and well Selected Block of
i anrrUage of the lung*. and on Satur Jay a repetition pf it -FROM- large HARDWARp.
ausn violent &s to prove fatal. >itik N"te. '.l itimi Ji.ii.k" .ikn ar i ar. i' will n<-e.'Iuiii''ha'! e o\tr I ito) pa i;uts. i't-r NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST D. CL wnsoir.
Onr departed friend ha thus yielded to the ineviUble lot
CI.c'j: tin lfv York renitl f-r piizfi.A LU'tar! iiurtic-uLis ai! iies rr BBLS. Plants and extra brands '
-Ar. UIXTRILILEIL4 March 14, 51. 11 '
GfbumanltT, end departed for that boum whence none ritiir 1 lro orrleu fr tickets CeitiScates of Packages I ) 75 a. Extra St.Louis ... _
< ? or J G. HOWARD, Dean. t superfiue, f ,.. '*- L-JT_
A feir days ao ho w as in it: arl-Tity! vni l rpirits.bu 'I B rROIUDA PORTS, \ :-
of Tickets to Julv 18. 1857. 29-3m 60 Superfine.
: _we*Uall never in this world l
tort t'mc h<>ne and the name may be raid oftn. fir we are M.icun or S.ivauuab, Ga.Ji.ly ; NEW BOOKS STEAMER ISABEL Th above will be sold l..w for CASH and CASH on- -1 Iik'k BUSHELS CORtf. for sale by
ell daiiy ai nether wi reflect on it or not a step 25. 1 ?57. SOCiiy i Iv, ami ia loU to dealers and retailers at reduced! prices .1 U .1 HOPKINS iMEOINinsS.
forvar 05 oar road to eteraity. A record liie this admontshe* JUST RECEIVED FpB HAVANA AM) CHARLCSTON AT RET WEST. by D. C. WILSON. March 21.57. 12Ladies'Dress

us,**what cliadoirs we are, and what shadows we purree v Ordinance. May 28. '57. 21

Tb 'ubj ofLbia obituary wa pOMes cd ol a cultivated iVKW BOOK ft NoyuL.iLV THE SOUTHERN Goods. '

ba ofchracterrauJv met with. While his opinion?,termed Tul'oJi Jef-l Kt. Tbat an <.riln.ino: oiiiillr.l, .' nr EL G MMNfld I: I (;( -Tmvel- .;lt.xieJ.il. Company SWISS MUSLINS: plain and figured '
Steanship BmS. Flour 10 half do.
i4>on mature and intelligent reflection, were freely and candidly Mills-1 to i.aliit.b! an 1 teiu' te I tbu tout let of the I KANK'S Arctic Exj-vditi.i ; 60 M ." checked.

eiprewd,yet with the charity becoming: a Christian, City (if TalLdi.i, ee anl I f.irollirr p irposf"*." pa. fp.l21st MKJIOIU) ) ffri 1 S. Piriili iss, Sj,,-erbrs. tc.; OF.NEW g prrSi ORLEANS 4 Hhrts. Bacon Side. ______ J Linen Lawn. French Tints, eta.

fct cheerfully conceded to otters differing with him ia op'ttiM Jrly. 1S2S! n-i reX'Ned atal l improved A u.tii t TilE DAYS Id my :.fr-A novel by the token the iniil cmitrart for above ports, And 4 BBLS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. Landing; from Sampson and fji sale bfMoNAUGHT -

.n cabjecM disnam in social Interronrse, the exerci 25 b. I 84 1. be. Jin-'l the panic i i' bpn-l.y r *pea'e2 -'. uutb'-r of Maf-iai t-t iin J ZaiJte ; HAVIXG t\l'o first cbiss Sea Stunnrers regularly Landing from the Pettis. and foe sale bvUcNAUGHT ORM01TD 'it OO.- -

o Tihe tame privilege. Tb<" e tratL! united with social jual-
tar affecticsr<* t>!f raativee and Irien.li, to whom Irs death Hou e every snIrIiIg. fn-m (!'d\>li bl uijt.l: 8 o'cl.-tk. nw novel THE STEAMER SPRA Y'-!' Book .

u a toe im-parable. A. M.. from tlie nrsl of October t> the fiiut of M.irtb,, 1y; iIItIt5 ; tIc.. de.: will leave New port in the morning, nnd St. Marks Gloves, Hosiery, & Hdkfe.T HPHE B-K.lt Bindery of McDOUGALL. lstftei that the sam ovemilir.s Providence wait called at.d until 7 o'clock horn the first Mardi to fit-t Octo- 'ikDOUGALL &'lIOBCV.Jr.ly ADIES', Misses. Ueiitleiucns', and i3oys' Hose is again in operation. '
the ariivul of the Cars from Tallahassee.takin .
klm! into ixtateue. and watched over and protected hraIbrtngh : l her, aol tint anv pcison hr person- f, rill beef f"ra 4. '57. 27 terminus on JU and l half Hose. Msrch2l57.S 12
within the limits 4j the Citv tliall ..xljiit to the ? ipj.il. pHJSvngers bag nire and freight to aid
Ije, would continue to do no evtn onto the end the e Buck. Threa'l anti Lisle Gloves.
prwpert of a MTeranec of the ties which bound him tv earth, Marshal the bead, Cars 8ml bide of s.ihi li -forlietttK. Bon't Bead This from the train.Steamer, and returning in season for the afternoon English Twilled, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Seed Bice.i
Htul the M.usliiil[ shah I hi..ok i-i whjrlibe .
although of ( keep a :
they were no ordinary char, bad no terror Landing per Sampson aijd for sale bviicNAUGIIT
f rbiin. F. shall rec..rd l the mark and bran l if the f.t'i 1 biilrs OH( DOVT The travellin public can now rpstasq'ireI ttiat ORMOND A A BUSHELS BED RICE tr sal bJLUU
communication 4 CO.
aid cars an-1 tbe fifth marks tind C"l"r of the same, long desired and frequently attempted April 8.57.. 16 HOPKISSAMEGINNIS3.N .
with the name or nami'8 of the vender or renilris, \TE hitejnt re'-i-ivf.l fioni New Oil -Qn9. Fir to and from tIe ut>ove ports is in buch hands as March 21. ?67. 12 *

C5" MR. EDITOB:-Do us the fnvor (o anuounce nn.l after the jilx ve II.U.T it bball be the duty of the V S -br.V.n.. K. Pettu. :m-i New Yoik Per to wairant; permanency mid success. SIRING & SUMTvTPft
in Bark U. JI. Gamblp.; u Ls( ji-.l;; well: wecrted! P.i cngers biivinif; slave fservanls, must see toclea'ing _
find lie Maifbal and exl.ihitcaid
next issue vender venders
your ,for the offi-e of She riff for the ur to I Spring and Summer Styles
STOVK GROCL'RII.S. theta at the Custom House, before going on -cxD. ,
county f Leon, at the enou-Djj election in Octobei bead. eirs: end biie; nn.l il t-ball! be tbe duty OFA 'cx'18 ? "
of the M.irrbal}: to lure the record book nt all times 5.80- .
next, Mr. RICHARD S5AUXDER3. siilject I') She It'WCt.li; or examination of any iiuli Winu. ; t:5-: Also look after your B.iggnge yourself. HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE TE SUBSCRIBERS have received by tbe las
t JIAXY yOTERS. 13rnle.> Sunp Cigars, ij.( For. further, partirul TI Apply to X arrivals from New York,'a full and
vi.lual who mayvi.b to fee it, nod if any ])fr'ii orpersons elegant assortment
Snbsc-iln-is d this date t
The alter
trrmi'jed Are
are now '
DANIEL LADD Agent. receiving a Large Stock of of LADIES DRESS GOODS
shall volate the provisions of this nplitiance.be. eooaistiofof
MK. EUITOK :-Do us the faro to nbaruiiiJ the stem of seMin {gis.ds on a CREDIT. Port P1 11 1857. 23 SPRING AND'SUMMER an endless variety of the most Al onabls.
he or they shall on conviction, l b<* fined in a surn New *. July GOODS i stylesof
Eunopoce JD/our next issue, ftir re-electjon for tbecffice not exceeding ten dollars for eb aii'l very off nre, for Oath ur C'liintiy Pr"d'
of Tar Assessor and Collector for the co nty or forfeit the b-cf.t the di-cietion < f the Intendnnt \iill nt any time l h. hippy lot.Qive our eutom era Just Received INDIES' DRESS GOODS style, "viz: from plain to full chintz colored. "

of Leon for the beiu-fit of the City n'iil! tlwCity} Marahia!shiall. with jj'wwls i'f fry ilekeriplun nt u small advance Organdy robes, designs entirely new,
at the easnir;g October election, Mr. L. CDEMILLV. for the performance of this tlutv. receive n fac of iibuve New Y rk and New Oilnn ices. If ynji; PER "J. G. ANDERSON," LACES, MANTLES, SCARFS ROBES, Muslims. Jaconet 44. "

Rwpectfullv. tweiity five ctnt.* for each bi.le and e.irs so rxa'i.ine.j i-ubt| it. dime bii'l try us. ut J. B. iinlilt's! OlJ A JJEACTIFPL AN'P VAEIKP SILKS, BONNETS, ic., tc. Printed Barege robes designs entirely new.

MASY YOTERS. and rec<.rdt-d. to be paid by the owner, IT owuerpor Stand. Cointr of Monroe zion .IftTi-rann ctteet.. ASSORTMENT OF A large lot of Boys' Clothing, grenadine robeaJslriped Brocade- 'aud Chin C
BUOivAW & RHODES. Flounces,
0 WE authorized and vender of tbe vef t>o exposed to sale. '57. 21-tf LISLE BRAIDS. : are requested to Fuseed an i Approved, J.ily 13. 1857.F. M.iy23,
Skeleton Skirts. Setts Brass Skirt
announce LEMUEL JONES, cs a candldat- Tax KITES, lalcndant. U.P Spiinif BUTLER '4 DENHAM. Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, Double kfrUd Marquise 'touncq. igttber' wi b%

Attest-C. HrrcHiNSOx, Cli-rk. .PEN June 27. '57. 26 And every other article of Merchandise suitable beautiful assortmeDt of Linen Cambric ia dress}
AtsMgorsijd of Elec
Collector "
July 18, 1667. 29-4 w BROADWAYto for this market. patterns, wbite printed and Polka spot,Briffiapteti

tionindcL&bernert.trb t y Call and examine, thern.,3 printed Percales' in great varietr. Ac.Ac, te. -.

333: jj Just Received HODGKISS SCOT & I-OOLE. BUTLEE-ADENa, ..

:Now :Ecx't JF'lct- ARE now selling tbpii pp enili.l Oold Pens. Pen Per Schooner Win. 1?. Pcltis : April 11. 57. 16Sheri.ff's _
nnd IVn C.-iccs nt tbe Lowest Retail % .
Prices, Opening 9f the .Season.k
-'r\ DRUMS Fresh Dried Figs, :
This Establiihrarnt i is Now Under Full Blast.T nnd 13e1. purclia er Draws u 0J 6 H'xes Freeh Leniosn, Sale. .

['REM IUfl-I'U II IJM-I'REMJ UM 2 Onsen Guava Jelly, B"V virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from the BQNNETS, ; .

Lime. of from 50 crnto lo $Uu)0) 1 1 Trail New Dates. Clerks office of Leon Circuit C Hirt, Middle Cir Head Dresses French
nc The death .1 Mr. P.'nd. Mr. GEO. S. KING cuit of Florida herein the ( ,
rIBLS.. THOMASTON LIME v jnion.Bunk; of FL.ridaisplaintifTand
received AMES t LIVELY.
U lias taken charge fill communication therefore As ns n IVn or Pencil 13 purchased the Premi
opn ,
; l Rnshes Ribbons ; :
'-3 A. Braden
'J brig Saraton. Joseph it defendant, I have Blpi dIngs Ec
per June 13. 67. 24
??? relative to work. &'., bould be addre eil to him. urn is drljvrieii immediately, levied aud'will
Sor sale by 0. & J.MEGDJN13S. upon expose f.ir sale at public out '
cry '
All wotk under the bead of this &o.It .
August 1,1857. 31.4tBranwhjte's coming businea* LIST DF FE.N> A>D TUB BCTAIL PRICES: to the highest bidder, on the $Monday in Auarust, .
will be promptly, mecbanically aid; mntjy rxeemeilht Gold Pens. .. .. .. .. fl 25 audi Gift FULTON FOUNDRY, 1857. between the usual hours of sale, bejore the OURKtNO Bonnets :
Patent ns moderate a hare aj pike ofbibor, itc, will '* I'.niirdiu'inK siac.' . 2 60 2 Gifts ].]. BOO, '1n. Court-house door in the city of Tullah'a, the following lYIWosion '< N' W ;

justify.Tbi $ Slyer Ex. Holders .. 20 2 do UNDERSIGNED be leave to inform the Uud. tn-wit: Th N E 1 of MC. 11'T 1R 1, 8 4 Crspa 'U II'T' :
SELF.SEAIIHO: AIS-TIGHT CABS, ; EstablUbiirni is not kept up for the purpose Silver Dlii. Er. Holders. i 8 75 8 do T'HE that they have associated? themselves ia W. containing 160 acres more or less. Crape and Straw Bmt.'td
of miking m ((4rftmce to MV.) as dear bought White '* *
ney Hummotlt Levied as the of suld defendant and and Bl&ek 'faFlam .
;FOR PRESERVING FRUIT, *c. has demountr ted it b don. .5 0J( 4 do business, under the name and style of upon property : -
to -si
experience rannot
me. Levintban to be sold to satisfy writ aponrdin to l.iw. Strair
6 25
SUBSCRIBER has jtut received lot of in tbi region this branch of buoint-sc 5 d- .
THE a at ---but fir the Tardy, Baya & Co. Ulr NUnOttt .
Fountain Pen Gold Desk Holder. 3 75 3 dMam'wth U. T. StOCKER, Sh riff
: superior OAKS, in sizes from one to I woqoartSk benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to Lave Engines June $ '6'!. Flat Bloomer* O'psiea, Shaker Hood.
the lt
which be offers ) "A l box fi 25 6 Wo for purpose of following ibe trade f Found and 8ft-tf
at a trifling cost Fruit, Vegetables and such like, to repair. ho : *
Levi'ti (FId Pen. Old Desk Ilolra Mncbinittf and execute all kinds of
and Barries be 6 25 5 do are prepared lo
17 attending to the simple can easily directions preserved which in them The Pattern, Block, Machinery, Tool, tkc., king Gothic Silver Case and, Gobi Pen.--. S 75 8 do work appertaining to this biwuem. Steam Engines Just Eeceived :from N. Y. Head Drsse nnsnrpasaeJ foc.

each Can. The sealin is done accompany Large, i* Order, and Good Condition Mam'oth Go'ic Silv'r Ca A O'ld Pen 6 25 6 do furnish! to order and warranUnJ to give satisfaction.'Sugar lOOOoftLow'jtutly celebrated H. ,.. Ribbons of the most exquisite s, .. '
j by means of a SEGA Y
.: metal cap thus' doing away entirely with wax. cecient Job can be Turned Out Kith Gold Tooth Pick. .. .. .. 260 2 do Mills and Casting of all kind trade with A, R3. nety. I ,black fi i sod a'i white.RoaP, a' -"3fl0W4 'wii 4alJY

or tbe sodering iron. They are the best Can Neaitt and JLHpaich.Shafting. a. and EiirPick..T. 3 75 3 do neatnew ami dispatch. Plans anj] estjmatef furnished ALSO- Lace an. air oiiti ;

te use. He ha* also on hand the material for Pullh*. unifier Boxes, Hangings for Gold Wa'b K -y. To'th Pick Peu'l 3 75 ." 3 do of all kinds of Machinery and Efliyhieennj. They A few doxen GERMAN BITTERS.BDTLER eles e-.1 .ppertamu this part ef--Imdie-

them ny size deiu-ed, from'a mauufMturing tot bhuflini;*. Spur Gearing. Water and bi+arn Pipe, Lahiee' Gold Pencils. .. .. 2 60 2 do *r also sole agent f>r Hoard es A DEMHAM. 'U' e. BUTLEfl & JENflA-l'

gailooL Now is Ibe time Vbile Peaches quart Toma-up Stop Cocks. (Jauife Cocks, Orate Dart, Plow Catting a' a' u 8 75 II 3 d6 -> for Piimiiuj C-ttou Grinding and'Sawing, and flax- June t7,'67. 25 ::'! 14.7. 11 '. ,

IotaI Corn Ac, can be bad frcih,to lay for,MI and ixr R diet*. Circular and Upriifht Saw Mill aijJ l 44 (K) 4 do risuu's. Gust MillS fur steam or horse power.. -,- I .

*int r ore a full supply of these article up Call at Gild Mill Gearing, Circular sd JJprigLt Saws. (&. 4. !' ami Pen .. 6 25 6 do _: JOSEPH-CR1Y, French Flowers Suinmerofl8S7.

N. U- article of WHITE. Notice. In Fact.'Hete ir the Place for all that Want 1 64 f Mm'..th'sizel2 60 10 do S JOflNCAftb"y3O ARTIFICIALS, AC fcC WHITE: GOODS of every des riwkw., MM -
Anycfber TIN WARE be ., r
Lad at bis manufactory next door to tbe atore can of Work in this Line Done up Right and wit>> Dispatch. We warrant al] our Gold Pens to be Diamond Painted '57. 2ktr _' Y Express'we have received ; ihuu4i 104ndll-4 we mention AHeodala;. it. VaT '4
Messrs. G. 4 J. Meginnu Having some ball a dozen Engines myself dHi>>taiitly ,and not surpassed by any iwtttblihmfnt in the WILLIAM SCOTT : eut of the abuveeeIei.t New York Ih1ow Case -;
caused the Establishment t lie erected states, and bebi.b given Pro 4, (rota Linen, 'i'4 -
AUgUStI,187.STATE running, <> you a or Pencil wll the atest European i ,
SI :; otration. '
expressly for thj$ $- altd 10. 1 .
the roe cause must keep it tip. Tlifrttire, you Can wot th your money we also present you with tiift 'ATTOaMEY AT LAW tharket. BUTLER a Cderpaii, ', ,
always rely on having work done at the worth from &U cut to (l.OuO in March 11L DTUAM- i.. cainlI.Jotae&' & -.- ----
WAKULLA IRON' WORKS. GOLD WATCHCS SOLD OUftRD AND TEST Cnitl, -______-- :___ 4t 'arit es',1 '
July.80,IBM. SO ,, Ujan < ,\ | -'I -.5
But Here Comet the .Wexi Important Thing. Studs Rinys. Breast Pin.*8iver; Fruit and ., Groceries

Cuke B-iskets. Silver Goblet. &c.A iciE BBLS. SUGAR, various .' i., .
EO1.I1UtE 28 qualities. 5.DfLLIANT. :
PAY PAY PAY OEN7S-A QYv4 QET7jNow JO sack COFFEE; *-,-, -- ) baia spcI landy Maraeill. .

WS5S thesUa.Wsn. A. Forward bag re Ton will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore is the t.me and bere, i* the dmnce to.make / 'HumbeTilVo.A Butter Pilot flrej4, r4bei'arlej. .rifled '** ; S.CriD.lin .

4; es atJuige aith.LeEasterTi O.nirtnn'elee ,-and brve work"done, without for a moment .11.oo--UoQO-- is'.ubo 'Pea*. Beans, Tqb.een U [ ,.

% Jad ; Thiefe. ei e are Quid FTERiryiijrtbe 'rnencrfdicisbcng;! ICE' I-q1ioL'A1e"and Pwtej,' 'inp;or. Sa s 1 I'Wa and ) lai& aj'1a..kL 'Lx
l the sale of
: .lo be MinIbeserewl Couit- 'no Banks or Banking farilitief, or surplus iSBpital, joa per year in PenmjJewelr., AoA1 XJk. atTaIbxb **e"i.tr'3cent* Tfi "ft*thus Jar,1W Pk8nsodqsi9i; L4 Oils, &e, : '. '!1'

tbItMI, Circuit, OB 1a ds .-tbe' wantl.-2.-i,-4 and V jmr> credit, and tlien" require We <>ffer a Liberal oopunisatnn to Local and Traveling -" e find at tbesn rate* and! as long a s aon't"Ml' & i.e> A fuIssiplpfall Ae3a l ib thi* lia., Inx&r
ILL JLOjct prGtizzior4ra3&Jadge fill the rate to rid fwn) 60' 400, tnjW t my 'pod prtitif Agents and iye them Credit 10 One* Half till can be expected, twill Jire ns at least CjjQVat{ ) of per -, h&'W.wpnt.Mareh.14..- by ,,- '
1>I j ultimatelr erpvncl from' ))0' to 15 v per cent of sold. A light nod ngTteub\e\ byi-ines, p"d above all noiket, int&ctiaIeosIif Ic'ti delivpred. The J IP*.* in CO, !

.amount beolbretirtgl Uthw- -ribtl Jr tjbi veno >urArrkntnB a .Hid'payinK biwine'fS, Apent wanted i iii all part* transporting WK selling jyt Talbha-gei'tt nxrfe 'than: ; *87? 11

-r>f th. ,conn try. A Oatduuge eontniiung a Lint of two (or rtif. '(While *.oHngyou--. itvittabflepf : ., -7--.

f Iit r Gomf*with full xpbuwfi< w uf terms to AntE will 'n'lule vprtehri; tlterefiire, after the""Isf'July W Gdntlemen'g Smnme ,

; ; ( Ui ti t >eTnadr for .mjroept.Jielore5p 'beWoton'appl ca' 'in,frjs% All orders will be prompt. will eontiuuti toteU. ICK *t.io tice.Hoisae at'St. -?. .5 1B1EZ&51aft

'ae1iir.rd w.wk. thouih ahi.1Ionse tine pUce .iy| Rtt >ded t", eiid tb is*swdinff np money by mail' Marks and 5wpnrt| at the same price$2 58; frt-, CLOTHING. __ '4
SSarTstlahIfl.t1at '' tf wiLl reeefTe sUd mils as tb y order by rihe. return 21 i 8 efnts B tt a 'rdTntr t<> huanKty; ',Sook'8ubwbrs ROCKS. Sack '; ; ; ..

*M .;. ie r .. .. luail or exprrtr, with the Gifts'euclused ra the packs.es. -' at th* TalUheJ Depb.an.os4t .Jk.i : atII.. ,1 ;4tt Sr.tDoz

1t4* fJulyj A, You mar be good, hot vt japnot.: rtfrj kft r 'omr.hard > Address A all m 9*orders**> i *r* *fa H._"_ .si. ifi Av, T, lWiuianii' a J d31 D pnt. and Dr rn fjaplwr] 'iii ,iigb Brod tMfw&. ; __ 4.-i '-:

cM vetor.i 't a&-i*-tearttie4 3* }dfa> when 1 5 DEAN ;co.gnne h Peep 10K but'op'ttwFQwo'.MDwrk -. I- S 5
:rl4t ori> erditd opt. partiei try bird tob.( t1n/ a r Jgfl -m the drnntri leubuly'tbcwe wbs.pn i t4tvx2b -sw-i-5 'f :
Lhi -.tl ***? *-?* t t < *> 'f ,
Ael? babeT k Jabot half dontl'lieeauii .&9ftjr** lni t| :{o? f .
$**&& Ar'it Jjn; *."* ''T 1'** jfr4' *" des4hLtJ.UIeeeeets in P. O. Stamp*; '8t.Ia.kamNewpo "aa may 'smt y yenos. .

r 'iMLinid.r'A i A* DANIEL LADD and tbe'Peh will bo repeiui.4. ind returned Dost-tosJd." *-- ma.:. krialelidN1U'aUT. Baa&wa.5Var
Julv 4, VI. 37- m JuD.t7lIf. $6 _
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The Floridian & Journal THE MOST USFFCL, MOST PERFECT j f P. B. BrtOKAW'S. Important to Hoasekeepcr?, TO\4fflTE\ -, AJI.St
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published every SATURDAY by MOST. CONCISE !t, LiVEBT Ui:.UttflAtLlsI FRUITGROWERSArthur "hf 'f l


Two DoLUta? per annum., m advance. ne than tI But 2Pvblifhtd TALLAHASSEE" ..,,..IL h"TuDA._ Of -0- i of Plain and Fan- VS11TEVt4QV1ERV
Prpprieior Tin Warn takta pleasure in informing the
THE ey
TERMS OF-ADVERTISING. Weekly. H2e S V his friends, U1d'ln.k Patent Air-Tight Tallahassee and the surrounding eonntry, that be a .

vholt ON/JT Ont Dollor u Tear. to --public,that he has now prepared to wait on all that wi b to patronize L "PILL&
One square of 12 linf'8.r, )less, first invrUpu $1 00( ( Stables the old stand prtterriiif,Pr'tFrviti ai.d Tu," his thank
a CREATE3T DISCOVIUjlY o{ tbe Presen *3vT V large Brick at and. is DOW CAN/fl inter U.. This article extensive him io his line of business He also tenders .
each subfs-quent' 5f Century of Detecing prepared t accommodate his friends and cmtomen wed in the East ail l Northern States hut season to his friends, and the public generally for the very ..De. *.et oe Ate
Professional d Business Cardaiumtcd &$10 pel He allll' has attached! (In hi4 Stable a .d BlacUmith ly liberal 'patronage with whwb he baa heretofore been .
will ha intwdoced t) theitm,5as ot Tallahassee and
atniini.Adre.&enenU. COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTES. ) SIip.: n-l.rre fie win hive have d ll t'all kind a the understated who has voted, sad be hopes that a continuation of the awne

not xrurkwd- wih the number *\f Describing; Every Genuine Bill in Existence, acdtxbibilinjr Plaut.l\t ..n WOI}. Horse t.lmoeiigauid Carr lgp .ork b surrounding the exclusive country riirlit to by manufacture in this} vincinity row for wilo] lfuQted him.. They arc not recommended

insertioas:; will be couUnued.JLil forbid' and charged at a rlance't'r\ Couuter-
aeonrdimrly.STCertiflcates. fit in ircu'ation J ?j patch.Novembers.. examine these nrticlei and the recommendations of sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his V ,as '* Universal!

of pu1cstTon of IpiOJlJ'r wtntc Arranged ao "admiwb'v. tlut REFKREXCEia 3E 1853. 44 .the who have used them to be convinced tooL line of business. A Ml assortmtat Sheet Iron,
notices will not be gi\t-a iwilil the ad-wtising fee it S persons Sheet Lead Lead Sheet Zinc Cistern Pumps, s supply
.d. AS Yaivl DETECTION Carriages Buggies and Harness they are the best most s-mple; and economical article ; Pipe; ; Curepu
pal and a great many other articles too numerous men
INSTANTANEOUS; for the ever offered tx the public. They cnn '
tjtT For Sale by P. D. Brokaw.. be need by the moet unskilful without the tion. what their name
Tfo Index to examine' I No pages to hunt CQ person TO BUILDERS.Tin ptirnoYh. -
Merchant B.nnker and BUSIUMS, Men can sell al* M irI"'HE large supply of Carriage tr Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing Hoofing, Guttering,Copper andTin! Condnctin* .., .
and reliable directions for fruits & all of which he promises to do in. the most ,. ,
firm of BROKAW fc" t Ghince OP and Harness which he offers full putting up Pipes e. "
TflB < sale these the whole work-man-like manner and style and of the lest ma The 'VERMIFUGE
.it. tuniRg' been diesol- ---.p. for on the mot reasonable terms. and tomatoe in Cans placing process : .

I:Text, the uodersbtncd n/ilifie his It has takes yea to make perfect this O November 18. 1864. 46 'eon"tuit ntly within the reachof_ every housekeeper. terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable tern sHaving ,
these Can will be been engaged for the last eight years In
A. large ol constantly kept
expelling fi
old and the } taat be has tn
customers public uieraly,
& CO. to ,
h store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should! business at this place lie thinks .t unnecessary re-
made witk IX 0.Wilson; by which he
takes the arrangements formerly: oecupkd by him, under tb.firm urgent nccssitv'reuch! a woo k has lont; Ml Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. "ply immediately, ns the fruit senson ;?near at hands mrnend hkiselfany further to the public a* regards the Human has
shop >een felt by Commercial men. It has bn pubj j All I Cans sold are made by the nndersitmed and war his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he system, .
received from New York bark R.H.Gem-
o lished to supply the call for udi a Preventive, {Land JUST per raited safe. WM. P SLUSSER. assures all that favor him with a call,good work and also been
a general assortment of article in line, administered
R: B, Fitts & Co., needs but"to oe known to be Universally tr1 2P.itroniztd. such ns Oils of almost kind Burning our Fluin, hay 31, 1856. 22 cheap prices.Having "
and is '-execute all work done in ; It does more than has ever been attempted every removed from the old stand formerly knownas
ROW prepareto. White Lead, Zinc and other pAints Window Glftfs of with the '
their line business, rir> by men. C7ir It describes every Bunk best quality Puttv. Ri-mhes. Pntab. Soda. Sparkling VV Piano Fortes. White& Sinner, be will be found at hi. stand corner :most satisfactory
Note in three Different Languages of 200 fowl where be will be glad to waiton
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing ENGLISH, FRENCH AND OERAfAA. II G datiu..,Loudtin Mustard. French Brandy (very best,) .UTE arc prepared to furnish PianoFortes all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. V results, to various animals

Carriages and Bug g fur medicinal purposes. Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup, rrrT11 if 1' of the very best quality, Dec. 1,1855 48'VILLIAM
1giu, Plantation ttnrk of IJ Thus Each may r-ad the same in his own Native 2Tongue. Inks.Quinine. Peruvian Bark Fluid! Extract B chu. uYr thtmust. liberal terms. subject to Worms.
& .. Ac. nod
j ( a general assortment of Popular Patent
They are second to none in any country either as P. SLUSSER
every ducription TERMS.-The paper will be about SS by 42 trj Medicines. We keep none but the very best and The

Mill Irons and repairing same, framing Wagons inches and will contain the most Perfect Bank *S hope to merit your patronage.MILES: to Every quality Instrument or price. will be warrnnted. V Ta11ahassee F1a. LIVER PILLS, for
and Carts, Note T.ist j P ibhshed. NASH, A CO. ,
Together with the rate of Discount. March 29. 1856. 18 MILES.NASI & CO. MANUFACTURER OK COPPERTIN AND SHEET the cure of LIVER :CoM-
and in fact every other dwcriptiwn of wnrk mnffe of CAll V Fe"ru) ry 23, 1 R56. 8 RETAIL
Also a List of ----- ---- IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND
Iren and Steel all of which we WARKIVT. aud pledge all
ourselves to execute fit the shortest notice. fie Private Lanker iti America.A Corn and Cob Crusher. Q-u.in.in..e. DIYALER IN PL*>IN, FANCY AND JAPANNED PLAINT, BILIOUS. DERANGEMENTS -

H. B. FITTS. Co-nplete Summary of the Finnnceof Europe :i HANCEU'S patent Corn and Ch Crusher I.. received 600 OUNCES Stllph Quiiiiiio, WARE. SICK HEADACHE

Feb. 14,18.7.: 7-ly nnd America wil. be pub 5hd in each edition *4 'Si.have: taken the Agency for the sale of these *uperior i! JUST "'r Brand together with a jreit variety Stove Head-Quarter ,

together will all the Important news of the 53 Cob Cl'uhrB. uneqnaled it is said to any ii i of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor &C.Purchasers
Also the Co A stck of these Crusher .
Notice. day. fj ntry. will MI 1 4
Aprils. 1866. x.V and Wood Stoves, trimmod with neatuess
hand early this coming Fidl. Prices vry low. cn
TilE undersigned has made nrranements with H INTERESTING STORIESFrom eideiinir great saving in feed. $45 $55 65 each Olive OlIo and durability, at reduced prices. will pleasebe

Fitis to lake charge of his Blacksmith, Sh-p an Old Manusctip't found in the E\*t. and for ihse nizea. Prices uniforn throughout the county. V Out DoorWork..

and banJ]*, and solicits fur the new tirtn. the pntrou- no where else to he lotind. It has never jet aprwared 0 Forfurtberparticiilars' call timid examine fur yourselves A SUPERIOR article for Table \>e. Jn!t re Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads Guttering Copper particular to ask for .
reived AMES t LIVELY.
rI by
in said furnishes}
D. C. WILSON.gcb. print, the Must Complete
age of bis ruetomers. so eoon aa a stuck fur a sample arrived. and Tin Conducting Pipt-s Sheet Lead. Sheet
14. IS57. 7-ly History oC. O D. LADD. April 6. 2856. 14 Zinc. Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop werk Dr. C McLane's Cele-

ORIENTAL LIFE g Newport July! 5. ISi3.! 27 Flower Jars. I of every variety done at short notice,
and described the Most Pt'tpIt'xingPOIitions in LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si- City nnd Country merchantsAre brated VERMIFUGE andLIVER

T. J. CUR LEE, which the Ladies and Gentlemen of flat Count tyImvebten White Pine Lumber. A zei, Just received and fur sale' bvAMES'i respectfully invitd to give me, a call\ befoie pur

continue in future, the practice of DEN s.> often found. Th<>se Suites will I? 9 A 1U FEET White Pine Lumber assorted, cuit- clinging elsewhere. PILLS prepared 'by
WILL TRY. in South Georgia and UHdie and continue throughout tile bole year nnd will 0 U able lor Culiinet) M ikeri Sash and Blind) ila- April 5. 1S. 14 {;jgr N. B. AH articles mannfactoed from the Terr '

Eaat Plinida. He has had several years pructical experience ,prove tUe DiSt E tert liming ever offered to the Z kers. or Juiuers Work. N..t often such a lot for sale best material and warranted durable. No other arti! Guft .

in the profession the last three of which has Public.
been in those sections country.. His work i it' flf the t E Furnished Weekly} to Subscribers ot.ly'at tS I Nov.. '56. 460,000Havana: I 4 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting.of October 20, 185.. 42

most beautiful and durable character aud tntiufactioQis $1 a year. AH letter must,; hcaddrepstd to 2j 1V two, three and four ply. warranted fully equal -

guamnteed in every instance. JOHN S. DYE.; Broker, g I Segars, to Leather and 75 per cent cheaper; 5i, fact con.idereJ LIFE INSURANCE.THE SOLE PROPRIETORS PlttSrt
will Pub1ihct end 2
communicatwus sent to MontieeJlo Fla, Piopnetor,
All D who love to m"ke gooJ SEGARS by those who I have: tried them,superior to Lentil NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
70 Wan persons
Street. New York.
Pa. tke
receive attention as coon as previous engagemeot.will ALL burgh and
.. : er All sizes, from 4 to IInches wide. contantly no
March 21. 1851 12-ly find them gethi-r with on>e choice, Turkish ACCUMULATED CAPITAL,. ." ...$I,uOO.000. .
permit. ..-- ---- and Sparish Biuukiuj TOBACCO at the DrugStore on hand by D. LADD. I ; Company issues policies i on the lives of other there various

REFERENCES : 29 1856. 48 Town-Property for Sale. whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. other-

HON. J. L. SEWAEB, l Dividends declared to th? insured on policip issued preparations now
Tbomnsv.lle, Ga. nPHE undersigned offers at private sale the followJL
HOK. P. E. LOVE; jHos. JOHN PRATORIOUS A. B. CLARKE ing described! property, known as the Jrat in Lots, (or life.PLIcy before the public '
W. S.
'UroERET. lJ' 1 purporting
Yo U cel10, Fla. 1 viz: Lilts Nils. 8, 25. 27, 3mm, 48. 14n. 141. 142. 143. I FaiiMAM, Actuary.-lloaais FBASKLIX,Pres't ,

HOSJ.. W.J. C.E.McSnEK HAMILtON, \f 4 MERCHANT TAILOR, I S now receiving his Pull and Winter Stock of 144 226. 227. 235.23 .240.24I,242.2 3,244.245. I t2T" Applications received jn Tallahassee by to be Vermifuge

Cot. B. C. POPE.GE } Mndieon, Fla. Dealer Io Ready Made Clothing and Goods, suitable for' V 248. 246, 250, 252. 253. 254, 256. 257. 258, 268, all January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS.

M. WRIT SMITH Al'igntor, Fla. V in the ongmal plan of the city Tallahassee. and Liver PillsM
Gen lemen's Furnishing Goods. )] [: 1M W A Fl
N. B.-Da. CCR Lu will be in Quincy during the -

latter part of the preetut trctk. -.-..--- consisting in part of French and English Cloths. Ca simetre Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, *, 6, 7, in County; qr., CAPITAL,.. .. ..._.......$ OOOO. pthers in comparison
nnd Vi ttiugs of all colots, and of the bestqu.ility. ,
April ?:5. '57. 17 I am now receiving tap Fall and Winter sup -t L S 0- undersigned, Agent of the above Company.
which he I 13 prepared to rnanufiicture to order on TilE
ply of Cloths, Cassimercs Veslingsc.., oj the most reason-title terms and in the most Lots NIII. 4. 12. 13. 15, ]16. 22, 25, 39', 40, 48, 61fii.in ill receive applications for and make inlursnt'e'againltlol with Dr. McLANE, are
Brick and Frame .
Notice.LETTERS Fire. V
by on Buildings
j the South i County quirter.
of administration haviiig! been granted Every Color, Style and Quality, FASHIONABLE :MANNER, The alxwe described property formerly belonged Furniture,Merchandize,&c. worthless,
19.1856. S B. C. LEWIS.
the 1st day (June, A. D. 1857 by Together with a general assortment of 1 to fiov. Brown. For further information and terms, January

the Hon.Judge of Prub*te f' the county of LHHMI which I am prepared to make up in the most ADY-MADE CLOTHING, which will he liberal apply to A.Ptrry Amaker, Esq, Wines, Syrups, &c. The GENUINE McLane'V

State of Florid, on the estate of .ieurietta Mary fashionable style, on sJiort notice that will voinpire fitorably, with any stock of Cloth- Attorney at Law, Tallainsioe. Otard Cider
Croom, deceased infant daughter of the late H.irdy CHARLES P. MANNING. OLD Brandy, Sparkling Vermifuge and Liver
iii f ever exhibit( for sile in this city. cones'. of I Port Old Port Juice
] all debt and demands of whitswver na AND REASONABLE TERMS Until sold the above will be for ,
3.1.rooin. Fine Bl.uk and Colored Cloth) and Frock I':..ats.Fancy property rent. Madeira Cherrie I
tufe aga*..
roora. deceai. d, which shall not be exhibited me Coats February 16, 1856. 7-tf Sherry, -
QF Sparkling ,
administrator aforesaid within two as ----- ----- ---- ail
is years pre- Black and of io such Cod Liver Oil. ,
s cribed by the statute of the State Florida READY-MADE CLOTHING Sack Snrtoi-ts
c we made and provided shtll f.,re'er afterward l he I Itairl'iii's Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cns iracre S i , Consisting of every garment cuifab'e lor winter wear, Spanish /
all creditors.
ba ned; and notice i if hereby given to hint, 1girn.in Clark & Co. & RushtonV.For .
such as Clonks Talmas, Coats.t4S.. Pants, Lc, leg ttees, and persons entitled to distribution that will be deposed of at low prices. P p-t Orenadins. Barathea Satin and Cloth Vests, 'ale l.v AMES the.T claims and demands will be barred at the expi- I'
Velvet Silk and do. 14
Casiintre Cashmere
ratii 'n of the period aforesaid, and this notice will be Also Innje lot r.f Plain and Fancy Shirt'. Collars, Fancy\lilt, Silk IIIPG.nt. ,, 1 I English Mustard, Capers, 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
Undershirts.CravaL.. S'ocka. H. Ac. & Claret, Cocoa
pleaA.ed in bar thereof uule-s i-xliiriitH within thesame. ry ,' Shawl' r> ; R.ibc Fine Shirts Silk Drugget Carpeting and Hearth I
GEORGE A. CROOM. AdiptV. Those desiring a thorough} oat,fit will consult their rc!vn2 I AMES. & LIVELY. Sole Proprietor*

own interests by piling ni" a call as all the above articles Cotton' and Merino Undershirts! I Rugs. I January 5, I856.
57. 3m
J one* 6. 23. Cauto Flauuel nnd tfi-nri Drawers. SCOVIL MEAD
have been wih grbat care and with a FINE LOT rnueTII two and three Plv Wool No. 111.Charters St.New Orleass
sp-cial l iew to their adaptation to this market. ALSO A Als few Wool and Cotton i ORANGE SPRING States
Notice.LE'n'l Carpetiii.
*RS of administration having been granted October 18. 1856. lv42GARDEN A cf nerat n*;rtrr.cnt of Fancy and Black Silk and da l auj fiue hearth Rng and Drugget, for sale rightat whom all orders must be addressed.
I Male & Female Seminar
on the lot day of June, 1S57, by the ILm. Satin St'>tk!. Ti.-. :and OuivnM.; Ooll.irs. eoh.reil I and! D. LADI Sold by Ames Lirely, E. Barnard, Jr. Mil*
Judge of I Vobate for the county o f Leon. State of I SEEDS j white Kid an-I Silk mov.' Buck nnd Lit'. Thread Ne'pnrt.OcL 18. 1856. 42 I '[ "E situation of this Instituting is at one of (be Nub'tt Co, Tallahassee Tfcu; J. 8. M>Davi*

Florida. on the estate of William Henrv, OKHII. deceased GROWTH OF 1856.would : d' Ludiif: '5 (..." '.V." C'Ir'\'rl'.Ir Li'iI. i'uihrlc; and I JL finest Sulphur Springs in the ountry, and is unsurpassed Quincy; Gardner 4 Mills. Newport; W. T. Carpe

iafan't son of the late Hardy B. CnK.m. all! Si'k: II inilkt-ri-'i! !.f-, Tr! "":'ii An I J'moj :istfn,,. Li"le Notice. f fur health. Ii is easy of access for steamboat ter A Co., Wankeenah; Mosely A Pope. Madisoa
"tTE call the attention of our fricn-ls and 111rPlul and Manm. lose & .. and a few hours staging.The Palmer & Mooti l1o. S.Palest' MoarietllaW.
debts and ic-nllods cf whatsoever nature a ain:t the I J % CALL. AND Mfjitlis after date I shill present final ac Bro. en.-
the public I ly. to our and my
1.lIer.i Large
present SIX with the of *
estate of eaid Wm. Henry Croom (leceasert1\ which BUY. and vouchers io fie Hon. Judge nf Probate Principal experience twenty 1.ean. .B gere & Chattahooehee; Baltzell Wnon
well selected Assortment oC
shall not be ei'Jiibited to me as ajir.uistratoi' afore II I I O-t.her 18. 18S6. 42Nails. (JE'fTcrlon POUlttvlS executor of the estate of and aided by a corps competent assistants, Will demote Mananna; Nicholson A ZeLjler. Bainbridge G.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our his whole! time to the improvement of his pupils. D. IL E.Seixaa, y,
--- Dickinson
the t-Ut,te (>f of Bainbridge ;
said witLin two years as prescribed by Robert R. Jones late said count, deceased, ,tp, .1 The thinlle8si.m will V

the State of Fin i-ida. in such case ma.1e and pruo df-d/, Seeds are procured fiom a Cold Climitf. and I libk for a discharge from aiJ exeont"r"!ln'p., 12, 1857. Fur particulars.commence addrew,Monday, January Oa.) 187.

shall forever aft-i \ard be Laired: ; nud notice is hereby .consequently' will ft, urish thf better in a WHrm
given to all reditors. =Ic *iU'es anJ persons eiiti- fnrh as ('UrS. &" Call eaily or send Juur orders, W W to CASH purchasers at n-duT l price l ty March 14. '57. Ilr6m 20, 1866. 48 .A.xkoEI b LIve1.y
tied to distribu'ion that their ciai:=is and dem you may
will be barred *t the expiration of the periC'iift're.aii: AMES d LIVELY, May 23. ':1. 21 J V Dr. P. P. LEWIS Lumber.'VE TALLAHASSEE FLplDJl| | ,

unless exhibited within the same, and thu police will Jiouary 81, 1857.THROUGH. 8 Bitall 'D al n \\n
notice to his friends and) pat f1IIlJ; Whqjesal&and' f
be pleaded In bar thereof. GIVES have on hand Five or Six hundred Tbousan
Notice.SIX that he in now in po sw.ion of DRYGftBp DIcI ?.
Admt'r. IlL
GEORGE A. CROOK, l feet of good SEASOXEP LLHBIE of every dis "
June &,'57. 23BmNotice IN 48 HOURS Months after date the tindfrpignerl \rlrnini lrn. all the latest improvements Dent's- cripti *i. which will be delivered in Taljahasce low.- Snrgir
Perfumery, Dyesfpffi,
of the estate of IA-WJJ J f. Saundi-rc di'cenoe'1 try. I 1st. The extraction "f Tt-eth. without! producing Those wishing Lumber can address us at Centreyjlle.Bills Windows Glass Paints
lite of Leon county, will made his fir.al exhibit tithe pain by the aid of a local application! which consists sawed at short notice. V Spices. Snuff

J'II lire of Pr'hite; of.iid count nnd ask to be III applying an artificial freeing mixture to thee parts A. R. COMBS t CO.Sept. Oils, Vanishes.PnUy Manufactured ToJcco.and
Months after date. the uuder: d. art minis. cb.irsed. JOSEPH B. 4CHRISTIE, Aduifr until fully brnumbed. 21. The immediateinsertion ofa Glees Ware. patent ifedicinI .
SIX 27, 1856. 89
Wines and
of the estate of Mary A.Br-zeau, deceased. AriI '61- 16-6m Temporary Set, on Gutta Perchi, which can be I Fine Soaps.Fine Tooth Pore Brandief

late of Leon county, will present his final accouuts and worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fully I and Hair Brushes for Medians),purposes.

Touchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of raid New Books. prepared for a permanent Set ; then inserted on Notice.SIX Paint Brushes' 'FaDt:1 Artjer *. *

county, and uk to be diebarg.J.THOMAS Milton and Chattahooch'' e, that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are months after date I will to the Eon :, Gardep Seeds, Jjne Havana Segars. .
J. PERKINS AdmtV. received a Lirjr Htportmvnt of present They have recently received a Lagt and Fi *4tvpplyol
and admired fur
much beautystrength and
so woin ,
July 25, 1857. 30- m U. S. IIail i I Line I i JUST* 'uwiins BiM-ka comprising{ perfect cleanlineks. vouchers III Administrator Court. of Leon of county the estate, my accounts of Matthew and every variety of articles usually kept by*
and will hat
Stlndardrktl.. Pr.me. Pot-try and Ito 31.1856. 29Notice. druggist Planter Physicians always
Jane R. Wilson, Center 1+ Ulugh.1 JSoxrxl-- W ols.ly t niances, with alii the recent plb'icatiul&: .. Allen deceased and at the same time apply for a this blwhpept a full supvly ofeyerytfjpf. ci.
the Cur t.her administration said
ton and Lucy N. Haughton. Lis Bmcroft's nnd Hildri-th'a United Stitea.Motley' final discharge from of ded and on the most I liberal terms ,
and Leaves Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 Dutch estate. Ii. ALLEN. Orders from the Country and utistation ,
wife, William W.'jln. I llietory of the Republic; ,juat pub. promplyofined
CA>rnelia M. Wilson by William o'clock, a., m. Ii 1.1.. Months after (date the undersigned will present Feb. 1457.Mary 1m' guaranteed, with regard both prices and qualtr.

W. Wilson, her next lend, Leaves CJtaflahoochfC c Tuesday's: and Satur Alli-onV Continuation of the History of Europe, SIX* final account and vouchers as administrator on J. Uume, In Chancery. Pby.ieian'l preseriptioo 0 ar..tuI1y compouDd

r. day's after the arrival of the Steamer from 5th nn I Rth vol lines.Al the estate of Wm. LarTwin. deceased, late. of Leon r*. Also.Eprune's compound fluid Extract of Bucbi 1

John McD'ugall. Executor of Vil, In CLmaen"-In Apalachicola and the Stagf'from Tallahassee >>Mitt8* and Scott'c Napoleon Bonaparte; Tlieirs'Funth county and ask to I.e di clian! -d. Joseph N. In Leon county,* Jan 6, 18M6a
Hum Wilbon' deceased. Wit. iam the Clrr4Jit'C..llt'V. Revolution; Gibbon's Home; Hume and l Mne : JOhN C. CRENSIIAW, AdmtV.In Eveline Hume compl't.'j

DuU'Hi. LeanderG. Bal! and' Middle Circuit of Fla., and Bainbridge, Ga., :!.!. v': ': h<( ?rd and 4th volume*; Rollin's Ant right of his wife LEONORA P. C&CNSAHW. and Jessie Hume, Middle Circuit. Turpentine Farm for Sale.17'OR .

Julia A. Ball his wife, Florida,LtonCo. IN GOOD TWO-UORSK HACK! .i.i"Hnt >rv; Thirl wnll's Jreec-; 'utcoii's works; March 14.57. ll-6m of Jesse Hume, Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, t together

and D. Mumper, r io in first order. who'c! Frcc''tt'B Fenliuiind and Isabella, Mexico. Peru, _' and j
Monger M.iry I | 'HIS Line now rate The t. the Court by affidavit of B. F.Wliitner J with a small farm Impaynmeota.ID4wi11 <
his wife, Naomi W. D.itt"ii. a J Stock has befii renewed with new nnd comfortable Philip the' 2nd! mid! isoillaiieous; Russell's Modern William Budd, Administrator of IT. appearing, that the raid infant ,defendants be sold at a bargain, inquire of : ; V
minor, Williim Henry MrAIi* HarkThe Drivers are careful soW and accoinmotjatin Eun'p-. Hullaiii's Historical '.York*; The Works of W. C. Miller. deceased and in his Eecu and JOHN'H. RHODES or A.P.PULLEY.UTakplla .
Eveline Hume. William Jessie Home
ter.Rosetta E'iza! thMcAlicter, I ?. A liberal allowance ul )baggage allowed ly-rd B.icon. Addi..n. Ooldgniith, ]rvig, Scott, own right anti in right .fhis wife ride beyond the jurisdiction Hume of this Court and beyondthe re- Fla., October 4.1856. 40
Laura E. McAlistt-r. a minor, l to each Dickens; Irvin 'e Life of Washirgton Spark's Washington M heirs at Law of Elizabeth
this but within the United States
limits of State
and Adelia Berllia Wilson.! J anti l Ileadisy'sVashihmgton: ; Chamber's Miscellaneous Miller,deceased, In Chancery : Insolvent :Estate Notice.
It is ordered that said defendants ape1' answer
In Madison Circuit appear
ta the Couit by affidavit made and Writings in 10 volumes library style; t* h-
IT appearing AGENTS: John L. Miller. Administrator, of Court. the bill on or before the first Monday in October next STATE Of FLOR4DA,* >; ; "' *- -'.
filed' in tins :. that all the ab ve named defendants Chamber's Ccl'pealia! of American Literature m 2
except John UeEKnjjnll. reside be\ona (hejur'uuictioa At MilU, Jxs A. CBArnx, volume just issued, containing an account of the Elizabeth Millr. deceased, Alexander !. otherwise the Complainant's Bill! shall 1 be taken aa JEFFERSON COUNTY,f f fWM.H.

of this Court and beyond the'limits ol Geneva. Ala., W. D. MO.SROK literature of our country fmni its dis.very t<, the present P. Miller. Tliomns J. confessed : Provided That Ibis order be publishedonce ANDREWS, tl erjf and Watntot

this State but within Ute United State; It M ordeied, Camphelton, J. W. SMITH' misty, with a Memoir of the Authors and extracts Miller. Eltzibeth: C. illler and a week for four months immediately! precedingthe ,of the estate of David w OOi1 his of

That said defendants, Wiiijam W. Dutton. Lellnol..rG. M'lriIiAn"V.. If icpoLS, from their writiugjt. The best book of the kind extaut. Win. J. Miller. said rule dAY in October. in some newspaper published Jefferson county deceased, has filed 19 the 1'rO *t,'
in the of Tallahassee.
Ball and Julia .A. BaU.IiU wife, Monger Cbnttnltoochec D. COIAOM.Pjwseniers appearing to the sati!faction of the Court that City office of Jefferson ooopty, a > ri&ten spggisttes thai
IT Ordered Chambers this the first
and Mary D. Uoogtr hi* wife, Naomi W. Duttno a can be taken through, with certainty, Simm's Border Stories and Revolutionary Romances Alexander P. Mill*'r, Thomas J. Miller, KIjzbb: >lh at twenty day be believes the estate of David Woolfe tq bai i OLYIL.Thereupon. .

minor, William Henry MtAlii-ter. U..etlA ElimWtliHcAbster. security, and with comfort, in sets; Statesman's Manual; Hustoryif the C. !Miller and Wm.:J. Miller, ate uou-resideuta of the of May, A.V D. 1857. V c.is given to :all" persons haY
Laura E. il A'.fter, a minor, and Alii' GEO. D. FISHER. Republic; Webster's and Calhoun's Work's, complete, State of Florida.; 28'S'r. : 21d'nNoticc AKER, Jugs.May claims against said estate to.pgeaf'aft) fietbe same

Bertha Wilson appear and answer the Dill! filod! 1 in Proprietor' and Contractor. in 6 volnmjea. Jt is therefore ordered that said defendants appear with the Judge Probate of ajd eot ty.fe6or b-.

this cause on or before the first M.nday in Drcembei May 9, 57. 19lfMullet Blank Books aid Stationery. Letter, Clip Legal t<> and! answer plead or demur, to said Bill on or before fore the I2th day of December next wkea tier*wflj

next; otherwise, the complainants'bdlsl>all be taker and Account Paper; Gold and Steel Pens. with and the fir t Monday io November next otherwisethe be c p-o-raU.'di of tie fuoda .)eoogiag 4said

.< >nfesed: f ovidrd That tbisoroVr be published' without handles; Envelopes. fancy and plain! ; Veiling Bill shall be taken as confessed against them. estate. amongst the creditors th.reofaijwhktime : ,
Months alter date shall
M -.week fur four months pressing the aid Hul and Playiny Cards; LeolletsJournals, DayBooks And it i is further ordetetl. That a copy of this order SIX present my final ac the laid Wiffjam H. Apdrev will apply fcr bk
BBLS. MULLET sale at reduced
for price and
a vouchers the HHJ.
once -'*mber. in some newspaper published in -f If) by D.C.WILSON. Records and Pass-Books, *nd ever) article be published in a news'utper| printed in Telia liassee. of Leon to Judge ot Probate final discharge, from. the. .admioUtratioa of said setaie.
Day De'uusee.& usually found in our buntneM. Florida once a week for four Months. Passedat county as executor ofthe' estate of THOMAS. XCH ACS; .-f.
the City of Tali. w, this seventeenth day of July May 33. 67._21_ N..V. 15. 46 McDOUGALL & BGiiy. Chambers this 8th day of June. 1867. John C ok, deeelMdlal'', of said county and ask to V Jidgs of ProbatA

Order at CaiMBk -..Y I.S BAKER. Judge. NoticeALT4 J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. be discharged.' THOS. J.'ROBERTS, Ext'r.Apri118. Yare '. ''. ID-9m. V .'" .&

A. D,, 1857. J.ws&. Florida House. /iyie,13, 57. 24-4m 'fi- J.6.sm

July 18, 1857. 29-4iu 'on! haviug demqnds Against the estate of Circular Saws.

-Duggar, n notified to them to the ad the Georgia House," lat Mo- 4 o&Ifl1TwStsdt.nDE: C01
Notice. '... present undersigned Paddn of all thicknewe from Y virtue of revenl. ,yhs of fieri facias issued .WELCH' from to Inebe i
I ininistrator ithin the time law ,Bain's Hotel, will continue fur iherecepcK a. Rubber 3 Suva 41 64 aiJe, too-
prescribed by or
having demands against the e ta. open inch baod at D. LADD. P from the Clerks office at Tallahassee ju the foe aaleut inannfaeturer'f
ALL persons *-.y'will'be tarred; and tluxe indebted are: "of persons traveling by public ) constantly on sLant ; 'a coJmtsMon on
JackAl J.Smith deceased;late of L oti cu'nty. nuke imin requrstUj or Jtwueeyaiioe ,through Newport. Oct. 18. 1850. 42 Stales District jQourt for .the. Northern District prices by 'V P, LAPP.
payment diatfly. PrlvtlW
notified tb autAeoticated of Florida wherein 0. Boydea& Co.and Blow
to pmperly
.are hereby present ni. ted tu. JAMES Admt'r.Jul under the cxmtrol aid znanagumnutofa La Thoasdtuiriiig Newport December tO, 1855. V tl
t.o the uodt'rli.rMd admitti fnit,r, within ." DUGGAR arnl' comfortBoTe ly V Notice. the time law will I* barrel ;fi". 27-8w V genteel accomwoJatiopl.msy l is 'defendant I have levied and will
; Fraleigh
prescribed by or. they 1 4, -- rely her best effmrta io upon In Leon Circuit Court.
and all those indebted are requested tn make payment upon please. months after date the undersigned' ad j.ni8tra. expose for sale' at public outcry:to the highest bidder. V *
Situated the South SIX V
at end
of .14-
immediately. JOHN CASON, Adu'r. :Note.clix : ur Geo. oJeffersonSt AMay of the estate James W. Strange deceased, ou the 'first Monday; jo August oext between the Daniel Gapbjkpsstheri.: ):.

Jllly18ISn. 29-8w i J0 the Honoraw ThcniHbville. | bite of Gai'sden! county, will present his final accountsto hours of ten and two o'elocklMfor the.Coart-BooM B. la attacfuntni.

-: from dn a.f I of will Jffers apply counu.., fMa .*Jilt- 1867. 20-tn fNEW the Judge of Probate of aaid county'and ask to b* door io'the ton Qutney, G d ckn comity,'the'foV tradll\g, H., .a.unwcvr.' : 'I"n ki' r a.-0.._-_.'IoU" -....

flotice.I D Judge of Prohnte discharged therefrom, lowing described property-.to-wirx one likely Degrv Gamble, IIL.V Iaas5 I.JO
the estate .f 1'. u. ni V 'V i V
ten of admniutratu u on CARRIAGE SHOP. E. a. SH rARD..Adm.'r.July woman named.Tilda*:agtdabont 'forty jeara. Lev 'fL .
tcstamcnUry )haYing .been granted,to deceased, W ordd 'ctluutl' Thomas P.B ndorpb.JL .
LETTERS Vith.2ariignidbesVieave 4, J.857. 27- m iedunuth.popstj of, aNd:ficaimH>&t Ti1eb. --
to tho'.citi- '
; :' oflhf last WiQ'od Testament : 'J.P.GaAIrTH4M.Julf5. I THE inlbrtij be sold it: 'TUE. D.kcdit aed'a1 ot a pcrJetiStS&
and'.tb: to uda/y.uld of ft.
olJoba, O.OooQ.: 'deceased.Uta.werrbaot,'resident in .;5'T. -7- v :; C Tallahassee: ,and 'vinekiity. ''that' ,he las V to la" .', ,t' .A L 71 .. '. 4 VV ftcjcording are bobrnot.d. of i U stItstboo sf.8M"'f
the town of Quiucy, Gadsdro county..'FlaT tfolue ji 1' .oe.Ded. carriage eu p l io this p'aee' joining,. Notice; .EE.BLACKBURN' U.'a Marshal snIt |*. PX IW>* VW V_at.vJ.a4DtbI4Iataztioo1.4fLa4.s.;\tST i, ,?". !. :

hereby given ta ail cnKliturs.leg eea.Dd persons.n- NOtjCOVi. : Cfpkiw'8! LlTery'StablM, SIX months after date*I ,bmt1i'presentfin3l 1 ae- 'By.JOHN O.tnll"U.Dtpo\1 Marl, :.m" V 1 'fI

titled to di'tnbuUve shares of the'ftt&te of the said V. -, I J. L.'..Grmer.w V vid ,vouchers to tb'11fQ..l Jge of rrubat. Jol" ".''. .t7-t4a .;, ,._ L...),sntiU5CIAprUur 'lvJK !.., .
eliawer demands to :!IX mooda aAer date I ii.derslgnd ,irOl pre- in the buil.lugfq1frl'y;i oocutiedby" tLivery 'U& : $
deceased, to present their us JenVson ',W admini i i ,.ha 'estate ofA'4esB.Lod ___ tr nJ1f. ,. <
Ior onnnty tratoj- "
of in
mds' work bis
this date tJuaMIMi11 ID: eof'their accounts' anA Touchera' to the Honor- r. be is prepared to d all -
vitbio arI (roW or '
/Lr Iwoy the Ut.*f ankl county.:'deceased, and ask nd-8ale"8+ .,. .. '
be barred by JstMuteifter. tie erpira- able Jiidge of Pr)bate lor te.niityiGa4.4co and line,at ttabiirteatee and.on most fur a discharge from said administratorship;.' _" ,. I'ar' ,' "Jl1.1.:1.WUI" ,
*" ask for a acOUment and discharge: >tt Jh.:dmiaistratwn ,.REASON..tll/1t T.ERMS. } ": ; ,
tJonofthatpcrnxl. 1 F.WMt V V V 'WM. R. LORDV AdmtV., ci1MDO-tt., .,(,t. "
,.'and CHASH.DcPOST. .'.*.& pf.the*staU. 'of c.!Uus.English, late of. :is .m'J.,11 h" .r 1
,. and Aprnil67.; -6m .ba' '
such'as carriage'painting trimming; m5ng new l tpar : yi'I'
aid eoqntr,Hebeased,a'Tdinj t : t ? ; r: V kind of Hav. cn&HU e t. < "
buggies aud wag o ;,aod.all, repalr g. V 't'1 N1'iidf..II1, _" _
JOHtf..O..BMLTll..l"dm'ndeooDaaoo.: .m ,Circuit 'court JVor.f : 7rrn $ iA & t "
V -{ } lag procured,a first fata. ;1 \V V 17. 4Iuee,&cctk.it .
REwAED.. ". AUmeU! &ua."f"'ao.j; L ) "
J i ; V
I 1887fif ;, ;37.4i 4 V ; Painty and Trimmet tftn'J"1 .,,atDt.; 'N t, lfeee.r '
July V Carriage, ,. t> rrjoaU bsuu ia1VItsThraibr. I ). .
tll' aboYe, r "arcJj I V 4V t ...
VV' pr7 v
rf1I1 TO* ****9tffrff fj*" V .1, Damage,IfiOO.Defendant ...
York the' is do l V prmls the : .I. Ui '
from New cndmigned aecocstaodatiooa
Pfe prblia'wita food
.. .L' few the ear. deUt rJ or bis bor AARON MOD:: "Ni; 'l lb J kind I of .ork'. well sad in the latest at.ftJ U V ..,.G-.i.lJar4. ) J SiuwrJieua.Pfl .. V ,iD Wi Uu, OQ ., t ., f -i'aLw: :,I ., ..tLinty'iam1 r1ea'W.11. rr .

)- -rtdWnQprllrtllfa.a'-a' administra. ,'4( h.'done at the North>* ** *' .. f and all 4h.r1nt.( da> .. 1'; '.;"" 'l .; :JU9 unsmws i W ..... Q1.1.fr -

h", tice11o. TM 11t \ $1 fY4lr beaLsinibwJt hgiaabul: Montlv'aOw.dti;f; ..ih>flndr a 5piwl ibUy. decease./. 'V 4.11 r those who b.ve this kIn4of, 'work J.> do and.. .J;'by nifiHfthtenoun.ao.s j .nt of this suit by .V; B- Jamea t.urring M.jipT; :dcly.urlisd V :".az.w1f' .- '"_ .

.if..tbIgbi1 U&cilub.ir !i'trb j nf the r t i ClMlief hEY final nwouHt ,'"5wi4 it dr>nln'A'uiann 'tuttnwQI! .not'' fai1togIy.V.k tUabmfnt, r lum bl.)-Tall Term of > *00Q.. agent,'and b4'entire.wotrpl, CLtJii b.wzts' thy wfatoHir tMaa. >iHM">Jf. ,*"

.*gb$ bQIOOe- 1iiGd'HJ ftl '.Dd iitj 11.1uDI p"UI ,V & of Qadsd' o fctrf.of wrf-prw said: nt and Asfr tc fat.V ..LWa Jatt : .. :, VS3fVtlI ud 14... rAod pl.d W tM..h *1', V ,Matioff au'.u tant'If I waa peraooally prseeol :. III'- :..',' :" ; ; "

-(...-._-...; "ODtbJ,' S" to the Jodgft of.ProBaU county A i ':' "'f.H.JrD 8.'IIat ..\ ,h!'' .I f v l' *."ftV1lt.etII'IIt.Lt.n-a-g,. "4"iU l" ,* t % KIOfliBDSAWDSBS: teCT cMIa, :'JI 6:
ptO I1W. ._..II..RY-D.-G,f3IBIJn', 4.z ,1' 'j J""t- f :
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