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 15, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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.
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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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== From the St. Louis Republican, July 22. ten pedigree. The Bedouins replied that every Sut Lorengood's Shirt. .. Do you remember of my driving of dad thro A Capital Story. :
proftssional QI rbs. Arabian Horses in Kentucky.A one in their tribo knew the horse and his that hornet's nest, and then racin cf him in* -

==.' ,- New Importation Their Pedigree and pe'digrce. When he told them, however, that BT S-L, OF TENN.: : ter the kreek" \I" Some years since, an eccentric old genius
Training-: CWor: Smallncss Power' the horse would leave the tribe, the usual Yes. whom for con"enieneewill, call Barnes. -
MILES NASH & CO.. Endurance. of torm of pedigree was written out by one of The first person I met was Sut" (after Well!!, this! is what comes of it. I'll drown was employed by a farmer living in a town

DEALERS lit UNITED the Sheik's scribes, and certified to by the old crossing the Hawassce) weaving and movinjj myself soe of these days, see fef I don'tefl i some six or seven miles westerly from tbo
STATES CONSULATE, l I man, who knew well the horse's previous i i "along in h hh! usda! frimbllng uncertain 'I don't dio from that awful sli't.i Take a i Penobscott river, to dt? n well.!! The soil
DRUGS, FAINTS, Beyrout June 12th 165G. ; horn and don't you try a sticky shIrt as longas sand &!d
history nnd sub-stratum
I II i gait ; his app'fanirice! at once satisfied, mo I i being mostly ,
OILS In our report of the proceeding of the ce- I "Thishorse, Fysal, is! of the pure Sack. that; something was wrong. lIe had been you live. Barnes, after having progressed downward

I MEDICINES, : lebralion of the 4th, at Lexington, Ky., wo lowie race. He is a rich chesnut, with ona j sick-whipped in a free fight, or was just i -- i about forty feet found one morning npon
ITOITLD inform ,; friencla; and the public.ths; I made a brief allusion to the Arabian horses while foot. He is four years old! ; outgrowing ono of his big drunks. But Slain by War.It I going out to his work that the well had es,
passed'I'I up. ;
\\ they have on hnnd a good assortment of uc imported by N. Keono Richards Esq., of amid is ndvf being used for my own on this point I was soon enlightened. i I senlially caved in. and was full nearly to fl:4_
in their line of businesk I'I'rtie1tl' has been [ fiom the best
M arc generally kept Georgetown, Ky. There arc of our Louisiana. The Sacklowio is of ] computed very I which haT '
? Theh II many ,I II more rue Sat what's ?" top. So having tr.at desire men ,
fresh Why, now
be receiving regularly supplies wrong calculations that be made that about
,nJ will readers whose hiterest in horses is such that : can ,
shall be reasonable. I I : crn origin than the other races, ar.d is supposed heaps ; dummy shin if I aint i of knowing what will be said of them after
terms 9tb 1S53- 14. j I thfcy! will road with pleasure: srinio further I lo speed than : other. 11 wrong 14,000,000,000 of human beings have perished tTead and astir,
Tallahassee.!. April I possess more any most ded. Lice off that hoss, George, an' I in since the world This they are no one being yet
I statements about these Arabians. The Kohevl is the oldest of all the races; and war began. he concealed himself in a rank growth ol
take a horn, while I take two (shaking thateveulastirig :
Dr. Miles H Nash I I Mr. Richards Arab's love : I is a number of which we cannot: form an adequate
posscsing an : this /race is often crossed with the Sacklowie. flask of \\\h\ at me,) and plant burdocks by the side of a board fence nell.'rthe
OfFItB HIS mOFESSIOXAt SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS OrTALLAHASSEE for a horsp, (what Kentucky man or woman: I The bay horse Sacklowio is of this cross ; ho I yourself on thnt ar log an' I'll tell ef I ken I conception.Now mouth of the well, having first left his hat
AND SUR ROUNDING: COTOTRT. does not ?) and a dcsiro to have the ye how long would it take a man, count.
: highest is Sacklowie Djodran. and frock tho windlass over tho well.
but its tellin'. I I'm
most reckon the upon
with Dr. 11[. Xaslj.immedifttelj eastof the bred and noblest of his undertook colt that beyond ing ni:!ht and day, at this rate, to numberthe I
type race, A ol.i J.lie finest
OFFICE II grey one year darnest fool out en Utah scept my dad, (for : killed in He would count 180 in I At length breakfast being ready a boy was
1855. 20 after studying carefully tha: authentic history could be found in the tribe, was purchased, ho acted boss, an' I aint! dun that yet-ti. l war. a i despatcbed to call him to his meal, when let rand
May 19 of the 'horse, to make selection for minute ; 10,800 in an hour ; 259,200 in a j I
I himself I and as he is of the Koheylan: blood! and the hors in some trap that cudent kech a sheep.I'll behold it was seen (that Barnes was
MEDICAL NOTICE. j eitherat home or allroad-in England: Moi stock from which he came lias }been in the drown day ef I don'tjustto diy ; 1)4.009,000 in a year ; and consequently I I burled In the grMVo uncuuvcioualj ilug bjr "hiv;
myself sum seo
be the time it would take him to
to exact
--0- i rocco the sandy plains Sahara, or the deserts family of the Sheik, from whom ho was purchased I stop a family disposition:: to make d-d 1 I the be 1-17 :: own hands.' Tho alarm being givtn, and
I count I
Drs. Robertson & Bond of Arabia. In nHIuant circumstances, for more than threo hundred: years, fools themselves." HOOOOOOOOO-\\'ould the family assembled it was decided first>> to
on hours minutes
11 months 22 18 17

in the ho was abundantly able to out his de the certificate is here i years, I eat breakfast and then to send for the
fiTincil a co partnership practie carry I pedigree or given as a How is it Sut have been beat coroner
; : you playing 4G 2 3 seconds. Or it would take four
HAVING: profession, offer their services to the cit. sign.! I specimen of the pedigree of one of the oldest !! cards, or drinking, which 1 k it ?" twelve hours fraction less he n.inister, and his wilt and children.
iieus Tallahassee and surrounding country. Looking first at the English thorou( h.hrCll, races in tha: tribe." j Xara that can't bo did in these men counting a I Such apathy dill not Halter Barnes self esteem -
tir Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet his history, followed:, back a few generations!: ; Hero follows the certificate of 'pedigree. ]I but one seein; its I'll tell than 7-1 y< ars. a bit, but he waited patiently, determined .
ton ct Hi< I parts: ; you, George, yon, If all the of these who have fallen
Feb. 28 rgs., '57 9-tf leads directly to the Arab, Barb nn-1 Turk. The year 127:2: in the Mahomudan\( calendar j but I swar I'm 'shamed-sick-sorry, and- victims to war corpses vera laid one after another : to hear what was to be said and sea
I Indeed, tho ultimate authority in such mat I corresponds to the : 1850 of the Christianera what was to be seon.I .
year and mad I I
tt: fl rtRn1; : 1 ters the I arn. across a rpad, allowing: three feet to each :
) r. English stud book decides that nil all arrived hi }
I II : Ye know I boards: with Bill Carr at his I body and the between it and the next, !I Presently parties? a began: ,
I thorough-bred horses mutt be able to traco I '. RAMAAOS 21st, 1272.: space : "prospecting the scene of the catastrophe.
and fur tich
: TIn cabin the mountain I
WILL CONTINUE: I on pays as that road would 1 bo nearly 8,000,000 miles
; their pedigreo to oriental ire& and dams. I Thi is the! of \ an' when I heventmv I i es people usually-do in such case. At I length
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS ; to cC1"lffThat! at : day ] I :pits when\ hc1110111') long ; i. ('.-to be exact, 7,051,545 5 ] 1.
I'I'J' r.Richards, howi-vor, knew that the English !. this document: Mesr Kl'l'lIo &; Troyf j jbought :, why he takes one-third! outen me in: ens- j This road would around the world they drew together to exchange opinions ntf
THE OLD STAND, ElttXF ..!!::3E had run :
: tried
3'AT the modern Aral}, crossithout, from Sheik I Hammed Esq.Sohiman! pin and she that's his wife Bets, takes out t I to what should be done. The minister at
I' ; : : more than, .13 times. Only think, more than 1 I
i success. He examined in England tlaimpoileJ !: the son of Shalan: the groy hor se, oven I tlif> tother lwothin13'ith the battliif stick'! and I 318 belts of dead people encircling the globe. : once gave it as his-opinion that they had better .
"' THE :JIOKTAB, ; : j Arabs thore, as xvcll ad 'thoo on I II horse of Ilainm >d, tho lion of Sol.irnan, who the intrust with her tongue, and the intiuist'smn2re'n : For to over cl! these bodies : len'IIiP[ tho well and let Barnes remain ;
a man stop I
I the continent, and their ninnifvst infesioiitysuggested : I p-o- i I for, siid he. ho is now beyond the -
I is tho son of Shalan; : even thn Stuck of the I the princi'l-heap: more. She's theiMissedest night and! day at the rate ten ti.iles temptation
; the!) qat': ?[;o1! whether it w.s owinz, : .rubs of The slid horso i is a Koheylan 'oman I how for ; : I I to sin, and in the day judgment it will
Corner: of Clinton! and M-wroe stt 'a,TiiUIJt.3J'e.Jam Annyza.: : : : : I.evorseed coy j jaw, an hour, would occupy mote than 451 year, :
: to a dogeneracy! in the Arabian ftock, or; to r make difference whether he is bu led live
:lr 19, 1856. ;; x- the !sun( of an old Koh! <:'ylan: father, breedin' ai-.d! pride. She can scold a MUtrr : if he should travel 12 hours a day at tIle .
the !fact that no pure Aiabd had b"en imported : :and of an old Koheylan: mother ;; we: declare! j onto a }bUllS, face: rite on the curl:1 i in two mill I or rate of three miles, it would lake him G81 I feet under the ground or fifty) for he U bound
ITotice.fPHC If "
Co-Partnership I J s invostigations convinced him that j I this by fortune! to which Cod; and M-thomc-d, its. She nut-breeds( cv'rything: on the\ river to come forth in either case. The corone
un-leiT'ncd; Lute this; day entered inter a co- I, all modern impositions: had been nut tho I the Apostle of Cod; arc witnesses. There is i -and pattern arter ev'ry faihion sIlo l.c-ars: vear? --- -- likewise agreed that it would bo a needles 4J.J.

_L parlr-ntLlpin tb.NHOLESALE! II best: Arabs. lie made himself! nctjuainted ; 110 better horse, being from the side of both tell on, from \hiuSSrlS to hi itchte'';. Oil she'sone I Tduchiu-incident.- I expense to his; family or the town to disinter
&:. RETAIL -th! all in England: IV.tnccaii'i Spain, examining : him \\hell ho was so effectually buried" and
II father and ti1Q1l1( r a blood horse. He is a on 'em, and sometimes she's two or Ai took
D ....UGBUSINESS, \ the best Arabs, belonging to those I Ihrl'c'l ; affoctii'g occurrence place sometime therefore entirely coincided with the ministerHis
I' governments l\o w'lm, the son of a Koheylan, and his I Well I, ye see, I got some hum made ; in seaboard town in .
under! the uaaie and style of lie visited Morocco! passed thro' I ago a I wife; thought that as he had left his hat _ _
n.other is a Koheylan: purer than milk.: He i truck to make :a new shirt outen, and coaxed little children! into boat on t.e!
AMES & LVEL! I I the inlcrior: of Algeria: to Tunis, thence to 1 I was born and! brought up in the land ot l g. [tg t.) make it, and about tho time it \verdun : I beach, and! a mischievous got boy n shoved! it off. i and frock, it would be hardly worth while to
__ n__ __ I j Egyirt, thcjce through Aiabia Petia? and thoI, Nc-jd. : here Johnson! along and I dig him out for the rest of hia clothes ;" ana
I \ : come* lawyer The boat drifted to before the
sea I
fZIi.t THEY rill be pleased: to see their friends !i; Desert, East of Dani.-iscus! : ; as far as I'almyra.' j This i U: the genealogy of the said hor. ('. axed for bl'l'alil'us-l wish!! it had piztrned him, I: children mUs-jd.away Terrible wthe < !l so it was settled: to let him remain* But poor
\v-_.. an-J pat runs at the
ji1 wlirrb: tbev will Articles keep a full and generalasfortintiitwf their I! two stallions, Mukhlut'i! and Masou! ::; 1, and a I It The sale wa nindn at the land! of So- cooks! awful mixings when she tries I'm I number of men went off they in all directions not at all pleased! with the result of the inquest \
appertaiuinRto :
i.. ';j grey mare, the fust mentioned brc-1, by tho : 1 ; laid quiet until the shade of evening
his flask Hal
iwicws I>. II- A\!ES.il. phira. pize'i proof' t !lJi'clfJl'holdan( up I bct was on the look out until far in
tic of b LIVELY.J I Tarabine latter Jiibo, in Anlra.] IVtire, and the I two i ii [I.. s ] peeping through it) or I'd been dead, long i the every night. Daylight returned, and otill there I stole over the landscape then he quietly da- :1t
1 i i : by the Anayza tribe. He lrotlghtthelfl : I camped to unknown.
inuar)' 1, 1SiG.> HAMMED iS: SOI 11.MAX, i from tho children parts
I ago. : tidings helpless
-- ,. -- ------- i home safely to Kentucky I and: finding; that i! V/itncsses!; : Tiio son of Shalan. c: Wi-11, ,,+ile he were" a (':\till' she spiedout i was the dayvoio no and still nothing was; 1 I After remaining incognito for about thred ,

JOHN :R. LLOYD his expectations: conerrning them wcro realized :: "Tho writer of this document who stands:: that: his hirt was stiff: :an' witty slick ; so I II I heard of them. away They were either lot lIn the I years, ono morning be suddenly appeared

.A.."'.:1 c1iie>:n.e or !! he commenced making preparations: for ;I in need of Gou. she um-.-\'er rested till she worm'd it outen him I Ii wide ocean or buried in unfathomable! depths.A I (hatless and frockless as he went) at the door
ANDCOMMISSION i I another! trip to the East:; ; k'termincil: to spare !! Abd-Allab, the son of N"o\vpial! the Icc. I i that a pr p'i-ation of flour did it ; and slid got I II Plymouth fisherman, fishing early next of the farmer for whom he had agreed to dig
no) trouble in tho! LestI I I the unfortunate well. To that aval
MERCHANT nor expense; procuring turer. I a few paiticlars about tho pen-codings/ outen discovered in say an
morning, somethingfloating
I; }blood), as well: as ih? finest fanned hor&cs ill' Moliammpd: the roil of \Iahial. : hi-i by 'urnan's: : art<:-I don't kiunv how she I the distance ; he bore: down to it, and discovered ancho of questions were rained upon him, M

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. tho DcserLi i Akhlief! th ; son of :\fa ha..J.. did it: perhaps; he docs. After he l left she act I I it to be a boat, and in the bottom six to his my.-terious reappearance &c., would

July IS. 1S5C. 2 -ly I i Mr.\ Laj-ard has cxpreseed; the opinion that Ish-shu-ba-lnh, agent of rvsal-Ish-Sha- in an' tiled! a big pot of paste! !-nigh onto a children huddled togjther liko a nest of birds, convey but a feebLe iilea of the excitement
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--- -- --- no Arab of the be-t blood! has ever been i bu.I : peck of it, an' soused in my shirt an' let it : fast asleep-God having given them that solace I which his bodily presence created. But the '
1L H. BERRY brought to EI1 b11. lIIlichards knew I old bore it all and in .
: -l-- soak awhile then she tuk it an' ironed it out I after a day of terror and despair. He man quietly, at length
Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT. | this, and the great difficulty that has always A JACKALS .1 EXPEDITION.Parkinson's it Mts formed them that on finding himself: buried
: : ox AX: KIAL : flit and dry, an' sot up on! aidge agin I took them aboard and gladdened their despairing
;:i been experienced in seeming the best. After i : : Garden was crowded, yesterday the cabin in the sun. Thar it stood as stiff.: little hearts with the promise of taking he waited for them to dig him out until his '

TALLAHAWEE.! Fla.: Seft-29,1855. :S9; 1 two years spent in investigation: is to the best;: I afternoon! by pcr'onsVh,) were anxious (to l as a dry boss hide, an' it rattled like a sheet : lacm: home. Belwe.-n: three and four I patience was exhausted, when he set to work
i I means of procuring; the best Mood' of the ; witness the experiment of carying a jackass :i of iron, it did. It were pasted together all o'clock in the afternoon tho fisherman,! was I to dig himself out, and only tha day before

iinithTAUCTINEER : | Desert, be matured his plans! an'l startedagain I aloft into the upper regions.;; -:Mons. Godard I over. When I cum to dinner nothin wud seen in. the ojfiiig! the boat astern.! All eyes had succeeded (or his ideas being somewhat
i to the East, accompanied ?Ir. Trove, had :adveilUed 1 his intention of carrying' up : do but I must put it on.Vehl, Bets an mo ; were turned towards him ; the heat glasses I' confused by the pressure of the earth at the

& COMMISSION MERCHANT :.1\\ aitist, who Ins futyishcd! eoine linirable\ I I an asinine: attachment to his n'rial apparatus!, got; the thing: open arter some hard woik, she ,i wro rub 1M I again and a "r.LL.ULUJCI'Lmau.: \. | dia\\iugs of the horses bought-ami by his and the oddity of the thing; attracted a ,: pullin' at one ed of the tails an' me at the they could fairly sec that it was the identical at random, and instead of coming directly '
Septenabei} 1, 165{; 05 i cousin, Mr. Keene, with l a Syrian: who attended crowd, in.-idu and! out-ido( tho gaiden. Jack : tother, an' I got into it. Darn tin e\erlas-.; I )boat. Tho news flew through:: the town-the i to the surface he came out in the town
-----IIGII-- -A.- CORLEY, --- I him on his first journey, and knew was securely slung beneath: the car of the I. tin' new fancied shirt, I say. I felt like I I I mothers camo frantic to the beach, for thero of Holden, six miles east of the Penobscott
much about tho horses of tie East.; TI.::; I fNo
balloon :and: he put up with the harnessing hd:: crawled int..> an old bee gum an' hit full wero no children! discerned in the boat I rircr
: Attorney at Law, Syrian suddenly' dioil, and the party delayed with perfect equaiiimity: as a matter of of lsa11ts;; ; but it wer liko lawyer Johnson's I! none to be seen in the sloop. ; further explanations were sought for

t '1" TtA. seven months in Damascus: while Mr. Kef-no ; course. In fact he seemed rather delighted I| and I stud it like a man, and went to work to Intense was the of and by those who were so distressed and sorrow. _
\LL.\IIAS"EE. acquired the Arabic language, and informed: than! ; : otherwise! with the fanciful ribbons and I| build Bets a ash! hopper. I worked powerful i i all alike shared it agony with tho suspense parents. At ful over his supposed final resting pl&ce.-

I January 17,1657. ---3-1J _.- himself as to the best way of getting: to that i feathers with which he was bedecked. All i j hard and s\vet like a hoss, and when the shert : last the boat camo[ in, and tho word went Banner Jejfersonian.
tiibu of Bedouin! :: in Arabia: possessing< the went well until the order was given to let i got wet it quit its hurting. round they arc all safe ; and stouthearted .
: F. many
Benj. Young, type of hor.-e they were soehiiiir. They entered I go and tlen! all other feelings in tho mind I! Arter I got dun I took about four fingers men burst into tears: women shrieked I fJr A New York merchant recently sent 4t

J1r D1lI'l! y : the Desert, and the result of their expedition I of tho jackass were merged into an emotion of red head and crawled up into the cabin : with joy, and became almost frantic with for a cargo of Maltese cats from that celebrated ;

ANDSOLIClfuU was tho PUI chase of a superior form of brofound astonishment. Tho sagacious Iluft to take a snuze. their unsurportable happiness. It was indeed Island, per schr. Wm. E. Calls: Nantucket -

IX EQUITY, and blood from one of the Sheiks of t'.e; tribe, i j animal had doubtless! expected to be told in I Well, when I waked up I thought I was a memorable day ; and a prayer, eloquent for Capt. Smith. Fifty kittens were received ,

praotic in the Courts (.f the Eastern Cir I but afterwards:: exchanged by giving heavy proper\ season to get up but he had no ded, or had the cholery, for all tho joints I I, its rough simplicity was offered up to Almighty : on board the schooner, as a part of
WILL of Florida and tins Fedcial Courts. 1 boot for a better, called Sacklowio. Besides i idea: of getting up in tho manner arranged could move wer my ankles wrists knees- I God, who in his infinite mercy had I tho assorted cargo On the voyage: very

(OFFICE AT OAINSVILLC, ALACIIVA COt: TY.) this, Mr. Richards obtained a colt supposed; j by :Mons.\ G. Instead of starting off at a couldn't even move my head and! skasely, I !pare these innocent children! from the per. rough weather was experienced. At first the
REFERENCES : i I to be the best young horse in the Anayza I pleasant trot with the car, tho latter started wink my eyes-tho cussed shert was pasted Jls and terrors of the sea during that fearful I tars attributed the rapid succession of gales

CAPT. J. J. LUCAS, ) I I tribe ; a grey colt, a mare and two Drome I ofT with him much to his surprise. Jack at fast: onto ntc all over, from tho pint of the night. Five of those children were under five to the comet, but one old sailor told the
"OL. J. D. AIKEX, [ Chatlftton, S. C. i daries. All of these horses were brought I first tried tlu old trick of planting his legs tails to the pint of tho broadax collars over years of age, and tho sixth was but nine crew that it was nothing outside the vessel

FftACCR June 8 JAMES:57. S. JONES 23, 2'allahaisee Fla. : on his farm hear Georgetown, five Arab stallions ;( hoofs ahead of his bo.ly in the orthodox cow does to her hide in March. I squirmedand I years I sufficient to send any ship to Davy Jones' 1 ,

I and three mares. His object is not to i style of resisting jackasses ; but that move. strained till I sorter got it broke at tho 0:...: OF TilE LYNCHERS huNG HIMSELF.We .- locker, and as they had fifty on board, not a
A. PERRY AlfAKER, ; breed pure Arabians, but to cross this Arab ; merit proving a lamentable failure, ho drew shoulders and elbows, and then I done the It-am that Finch, son of Deacon man of them stood a chinco of setting foot

ATTSB1ISY AT LAW i I stock with Kentucky thorough-brcds. The up his legs, as if to get them out of the way durndcst foolish thing ever did in these moun I' Finch, Massilon, Cedar county, Iowa, hung on dry land again This was enough for
TALLAHASSEEFLA.May I three stallions to which Mr. Richards: specially I as useless appendages.: tains. I shuffled my britches off and tore himself last Tuesday about 4 o'clock, P. M. the superstitious crew, and tho cats wEre immediately .,

21, 1853. 20 I invites ihe attention of horse.fanciers lie then( looked sagely: around, first at the loose from my hide about two inches of the He was with the vigilance committee at the demanded of the captain given apr
---. I arc Mokhladi i, Massnud\ and Sacklowie. The I up'turned faces of the crowd, then at the tail all around, in much pain and tribulation. tirno they took Iveho and his comrade, andon and drowned. By a singular coincidence.the .'

EDWARD aif WEST. : first is a grey, 14 hands 1 inch, a horse from I house-top, and Anally, finding all else melting Oh bill it did hurt. Then I took up a plank casting a vote whether they should be storm thereupon abated. The owner of

Attorney and Counsellor. at Law, j the Tarabine tribe of Be ouins. The second j from view, he turned his exclusive atten- outen the loft and hung my legs down hung or not, he cast his vote in favor of the cats has now sued the owners of the vj.sd .
i is a chestnut, 15 hands, bred by the Anayza tion to the inflated mass over his head. Jack through the hole and nailed the aidjje of the hanging, but left before they wore hung. for damage: laying the value of the cats

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. j Bedouins. The third is a mahogany bay, t was astonished, if ever a donkey was in his I fi.out tail< to tho floor bforo.me. ,_and the hind When he returned home, his mother asked at $50 apiece-82,500.
April 5,1S36. --- 14 1 15 hands, and brea by tho Anayxa tl1h(>.- i Wi'?. After the balloon had' cleared tho tail I nailed to the plank what I sot on. I him if they had caught the men. Hn said !
Peeler I The colts of the first and second took tho I II house.tops the aeronaut, who with his wife, unbuttoned tho collar and risbands, raised they had and he had[ voted to hang: .them. : FIRE PROOF LADIES' DRESSE*.-Within avery '

Anderson J. I I prize last fall at Lexington in the ring of the had been seated in the car, descended from my hands away above my head, shot/'up my His mother told him he ought not to take I short time two young ladies* havo been

Attorney and Counsellor at Law I I thorongh-brcda under one year. I the latter and took a scat on the back of the eyes, said grace, and jumped through to tho that which he could not give. After she had burnt to death owing to their light madia

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, :I The size of these horses may excite remark.Mr. I quadruped. The balloon, with its human I ground; flore." talked with him for a few moments ho left dresses catching fire from a lucifer match-

NEW PORT FLORIDA. : Richards states that there are not fifty ;I and a<:inine !freight; continued! its journey I II' Hero Sut remaiked sadly : her, and went to his plowing, attended to one in London, the others At Colchester. Ie
Middle Circuit 'i pure bred horses in the Desert over fifteen :' through the air to Bennvillo ; West of the that for a while, when he hitched his horse, ought to be generally known that all hdiei. .
of the darnder fool than dad
TILL Practice in the Courts I'm a ever
"\\ Special attention paid to Collecting.Mareb2l57. j I' bands one inch high. Layard only saw one I I' Schuylkill. George boss hornets, and all. I'll drown and taking ono of his reins, went to a tree, I. light dresses may be made'ftfe proof a mere
12 mars over fifteen hands. Not ono of the I Ii At this point tho party descended and) lan- was don't." myself tied the strap to a low limb and around his nominal cost by steeping them or the linen-
i Arabs from whose loins sprung the English i.!' ded Jack safely on terra firma. The animal sum of these days see ef I neck, then let his weight down, and when I I: or cotton used in making them in a dilated

FLOYD & HOLLAND, thorough breds, was over fifteen hands. oYet i was! in prime order and well conditioned Well, go on, Sut ; did the shirt corns found his knees touched tho ground and ho solution of chloriJe! of zinc. We have .aeen

Attorneys at Law. i the progeny of these horsea are of good size, | when he reached the earth and he trotted off?l" was dead.Anamom (Iowa) Eureka. I I the very finest cambric so. prepared heys, in \;
T\7"ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle] I and able to pack }heavyweights through four ; around with an air which plainly indicated : I' I-t-h-i-ti-k-it-d-i-d. I heard a tho flame of a candle and charred to dust"

," .oftbe. IT State.and West Alao! Florida in the and District. iu the Court Supreme of the Court Uui I mile heats.: : that he felt tho importance of having: made a i noiso sorter liko t ring a shingle roof off ova l:7An old lady in Pennsylvania had a without the least flame; and we .have been

;' ted States, in the JJoitbera, District (lfI'lorid:1.H.J The picture of these! horses, which :\1 r.I' I balloon ascension. I II i house all at onst, and felt like my bones great aversion to rye and never could ent it informed that sinco Clara Webster,a*dancer/
1? FLOYD, Office ApaJacLicola, Fla. Richards published' in a pamphlet to which 1 I 1 Mr. James W. Parkinson took a seat in were all that reached tho flore. I staggeredto in any form. I II was burnt to death from ,hor clothes catch. .
I)). P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. I' wo arc indebted for tie foregoing statements, !; the car after Jack had been let: go, and tho my feet and took a look at my shirt. Tho I till of late said she, they have got to log fire on the stage, the muslin drcsiei of all

_jec.22.1S55.) C1WILLIAM ____ ___ chow them to be animals of very beautiful balloon reascended, and finally came down nails had all hilt their holt, and thar it were I making it inter whiskey, and I find that I can II III the dancers at the best theatres arjjv madet '
S. DILWOIITH, form, with the proportions and tho points i safely near Norristown.-Phil. Bui. hanging, arms down inside out, and as stiffas I: now and thon \vorydowum{ a Iitt1t.'f. I I fire proof. Our manufacturers should! fake

and Counsellor at Law I which one in search of a racer would! look -' ever. It looked liko the map ov Mexico I the hint.-Medical Times.
Attorney: ) for. One of the best judges, if not the best GOT DAT: WGEn.-" Mister Higgn-; jist arter ono of the first battles-a patch of MORTALITY CITIES.-A statement of ..- .

MON TICEU.o, FLORIDA. ; judge of racers in I Kentucky, told! us that he bottom I'm gwine to pop) a question to you, I my hido about tho sizo of a dollar and a half tho interments in New York, Boston, Phila. (&):;:J- Parents who would have (their:ton*

"V\7"II.L\ practice in the Courts of tie Middle: Circuit.andTiiona "!, had seen 110 more finely formed or more : an' I wants! you to ans'er it widout any cir- bill here ; .a ;bunch of my har about the size delphia and Baltimore for the last six months I I grow up to be sober, industrious I'nd.useful

\farch! 22. 1856.; and] 11 Lowndes y Cyunty, Ca I promising horses than these Arabs. In reference I cunaferencc, ef you kin get it out o' your of a bird's nest thar ; then some more bkin ; of tho year: 1857 presents too following aggregate oien, should"l teach them to.depend. on'., them*
-- to the pedigrees: of theso horses, Mr. wool.". then some more paste ; than a little more :Philadelphia: 5,627, an increase of selves. Teach them that (hero "' i ii not.ezeel.

LONG & CALBRAITII, i j Hicliirds{ remarks that in the Desert no regular I Vtll, Mister Dimity, jisi! out wid it, fur bar ; then a heap of skin ; then more bar: ; 243: over the same period last year ; Now lence without labor' and that i it()? />nly by '

ATTOK.VKV AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.VT pedigrees are kept of tho lineage of their I'm needin' salt to 'lighten some nigger's under tHen skin', and so on all over that darned newfangled York! 10,750 increase 1,503 ; Baltimore 2-, close, strenuous personal application that tbey

] A. LONG J.B.GA.LBRAITH hare -.* ated themzel ve. in the practice of Law. They all tho tribe traditionally, and when a New dis is do grate ques'ion : What It was a picture to look at-ait so was I.- 48. In the four cities the total number of his own fortune and you bless }hlca with a .
will attetid the Courts in the Middle Circoit,the Su- The[ hide har and wero"about ekerelly deaths was 21,110 of which :New York had '
stranger takes a horse, he may get a certificate makes you so much like do grate Wjzzard o paste legacy more lasting and ennobling l&A'n ajl
; Eeme ConrU and the District Court of the United oi his blood written out by the Sheik's dt-NortT I devided ahv eh'me and hit Wonder .what. considerably more than one half. Consump. the world's. monied wealth. .. ,

; at opposite Tallahassee.Office the Court. House. I scribe and certified to by some of the old Golly 'paiin' 'mo to do }big white f fo'ks \ Bets, churn her, thort when she cum home and tion, which is the most fatal l of nil diseases '

- _OCtober8.I84.:) ly : men of tho tribe who know well his pedigree I'll dissolve dat composition right away :- fount! me missing. Spect she thinks I craw has had 3,006'ictims., and the kindred mal. TheFreemason'' Magtz'n? tlts'us

t I!I and history. When a colt of high blood is 'Cause, 'cause-I I gibs it right stratc up." led into thicket and'died of my wounds.It .- ady of inflammation of the lungs 1,120 that Gen.: Cass is a Past Grand. Master. of this

RICHARD) BRADFORD, | foaled, several men of the tribe are called into 'Cuuso you is a nigronnncer," (Negro I must have skared: her good, for I tell you Scarlet fever has destroyed 2,222, while smallpox Grand Lodge of Michigan. President Buchanan -
'I of horses it looked like the skin ov sum will I beast tornoff which i in other years has been so prev-
fact. Tho best sir.
ATTORNEY AT LAW witness the family man, ) Past
is also & ftfiafar of Lo.fgeJLancaster
I' alive what had kerried a load 'alent has claimed onl300. Of the whole a a
is never crossed with any inferior blood. Yu run again a sprout when you cum at or a bag '
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. II And whenever there i U any stain in tho stock dis chilo wid dent dar comblundmms., Now ov fresh beef from a shooting match. number of 21,116 deaths, 11,063were of city, Pa. The Vice President

(Office' in the Post Office Building.) of family it i is as well known a* a flaw jist you toll me what makes you an' do Wizzard I Now, Geoigo, if! ever I ketch that lawyer children under five years of age. nS;. Mr. Breckinridg,Ji smsml..f Wehh
May 23. 57. 21 i any Johnson out I'll hoot him and if ever
of dhlinguishedI murh alike !I" encampment of KnIght"FernpIarst :
in the pedign o ninny our : so I Lexington :
hag been heard, eJ the
I talks about flat'nin'! shcrt for me Uzr Nothing eero-
WILLIAM SCOTT, I t winners. Ho further remark concerning his Oh, dnnno ; conclude. ; an 'owan durn everlasting pictur a ef I don't naut who ascended at .Milan; Erie county, I !" Ky., and the S te"tar1 of trYTMawy}: ,
boaf like again my I.
to play slight 0,
ATTORNEY zAT LAW-.- own horses : I haw''Cause alter dark you lIe-a-h ya ya 'Unjin. I flatten her. It's ritiibution sartin the biggest New York, last year and wai.last! seen pas:::" 1 I Ron. Howell Cobb, iI. memH.l of.tkr I ojJ .
When tho ctAl'toa: r'ulVt18 puroliaied{ Lake Erie.
towards deT
MONflOELLOFLA:1y'sct :kind of preacher's regular ritribution' I ing in Georgia.
to' dst tirre.
t-ed lo big '
?;; sy( tijtn in the Deceit t, Mr.I Keene asked for his writ S




I \ ;\z
: -- ___ ------- -- -.5-- ---5 ------5-- ---S
-' w. --J" -- 7 ;;. From the Peninsular, Aug. 1a .
; ; Fromth" Wa'kiffflon
,neetii'crc assaulted, mobbed andjdUpcrscd, iii BY TELEOTAPH Cuunlofthaju-Burdell Ue-Arrs1ed. Mickler'A Boat
louvnnl.T Our information i ii from a% trac a pro1aeryouree Company, arrited' at Ft:
tJOr1ti1ULt the principal cities end villager with violence and A rhit.i-ltirlh Mil to le Fiflitiova-thf Xnr, his as ever' existed. From A gentleman whoso Myers on the 2iUi alt. having w'ith them the V,

bloodshed, Mr. Walker, then struggling at the bar MIiiiouriEleclton. rhytinan, and other i Arrested. sympathies and associations arc entirely -with the I Indians they captured a ihort time iace. As yet Jtwe
have details of this affair. '
-'---%---- -' 0' # fl for bread, was appealed to to become the champion Sr Loris, Aug. Thirty-eight counties had Tine city of New York wa startled on the 4th by pro-slavery pint of the Territory, who ha* a* earnC3tly no
A L I. A H A F P K i: : ( of Mis. Cun- of making the new -tntesLiveholdSng
of the arrest contended in favor
of our party. Hif'Lenrt rnJ his sympathies contented been Lenrd from. Rollins the K, N. candidate for tine sudden announcement exited Capt; Sparkman whose Company i ii
while there ,;
-- ningham-Iiurdcll under circumstances! which, if the J as man living, COflting
usainl hi* circumstances and his jtidint at. cfovirnor, ?o fur: hail: over 4,<>W majority. In the be any in the end I the Kissimmee. Captured an oldSquaxahort
such labor 5 5since.
tTEU1It \i-Gc'iT is: ISST rumor was not borne out by what seems to positive j the slightest hope that might
pud he entered at once upon the enuva-s, as aol- I 3d CYingreioml di.-tiict, I'larke, denoerat, had evidence, could net be believed, even in this prove successful. She informed Capt. a thatMickler's a Boat Co"

elier goes li' lead the forlorn] Le>pe. II* met t the talented I Leii elei t'-d. age of cav cr den'*'*. It has been long known, as The gentleman t-> whom we refer inform* u that ( ) had been in that region U0 eLxyious previ.
: r Iil:4: I.u1' : Iki oSi.v, a few t oj.ies of RhVORT$ nfflM5. uehed tbe I to her capture, and had taken tlW
that time in the month of August cforo C.ivtrni'rVilktr n Indian
some time *
( argueJ anJ nvlju trcvl la th< Mipremc C<.urtof llns 1iot <>f exponent J and ox crthi ew tht-m. TLe a report, seine I reported last week. She also told S **
Mrs! Cnniiinghnm-lJurdeH expected to be delivered Territory, the pro-slavery party had wUl gre-at unaniiuUv Capt. that be
'. at Tenn> be-M !<.?. result is "Will kiiovvn.In The Old >ortli all IIglil. nelc I hid a husband, an, old Indian, anti child!
conclusion to>
e>f a child, the i-uic of Ler union Axitk t the late Dr.J'lirdcll. e'eiino to the that it wa* wino w"
-=- = : -- :::-: :- ,..r"r I the Senate, 'Ir.Vker x.n the autLor of R\i.LK.II, N. ('., Aug. 7.- Vet not many rtturnIHIXC As she wtiu'l.l net-d a medical ndvis -rut continue t the strucktojriikeKan: a a-lavehedditig anxious to place them*elv, under the Fn-'ttetion of

A Honiffclenel for ?1 0.*' many great moa-nre- :itial te the progro-s and j leen 1 reetixed I from the SJ ate of Ninth Caioliii.i tLat iiut.'re'tintg p' riod. Mr?. ltimk-11 called upon State it being ajiparuit. pat penulvtnture, that in : the white, and that, if he would r lmg ,.
them him
Tlie attention of fortune toekers is invited to the *'ul prop-rity e.f the nexx :Mates and during the i iti bu' all herrd f."ti itt x I hat the I >eni''crat t* are 1)i) L'hl.! a gentleman who.-e name i i' familiar to the Verv large ninjontiy oftho c whio4e right to vote on [ Tlie xvoiibl bring to old within anti] thirteen elaV
.. old ) tic public ::1 i- a xvitncin the late tiial. After -everal th/subject no one disputed, were opposed to the Squavrbeiug very incapable of eoii
a.IertieIflPiIt of Mr. louder vf Tort Royal. Ya., e-u=-ions I'n I the -Livery] < icticn, tlun quite ji* t'a ITVi tug x rxthimr in the jrcod I2lvIJ preliminary interview* the Doctor enttitain.- -us tabli-liinent tif slavery as a permanent institution !i elamage was1 accordingly, released. The time hii

iufo-day'a paper offering in'Jkiceiuents for prorit.iXI' c\eitirg: a? noxv, Ls soun.lp.t-s wn* never controverted tyh. huiCitht.- that Mis. R was only feigning encicnte, of the new ttttC. OH 'eonsuhatirm. upon coming to j expired but it is not known, at thin poet' whether*

iuvertmeuto *>f money. by the most ultra of his e..iutt'.Iit. Hi- and'so strong was his doubts ef her situation' a? this opinion, thpy v cry properly concluded that I' he has ktpt her parole or not

- I ToTn* for the I>oinocrit'i -Saiu IIounlonlleleiUecl pfrt forth.'by the lady, that the Doctor songht and their b *t policy would be to secure Democratic ascendancy
r. Dobbiu.l"h ei'lk-ngue in the lloiiso. a native of M5 si-s.ppi: and ohtaincil an interview with th District Attorney. in the organization of the n.:w Stat under t Capt John McXeill, with forty fire ?,.? n-

Death of Hon. James a laririLivehoMer.. veiled for the reception nnd reference The return* receixtd front Te\as up tti the tthinsL I This last niimed gentleman'find the Doetor then devised the auspices r>f the old law and order party.and t Cmpany, il. 'V's.. left this point on Sttnriy! tU

deaUi this intelligent and virtuous eitireu.fX'orth f Abolition petition? ; voted, pel-Lap*, inj indicate the election of Runnell, democrat, aigovernor. a }|luii for the detection of any crime, if such I with such provi ion3 as would secure to tine present 2thn; tilt., ti) necout tiinroughnly the Conatry Iotdenint -

Carolina -occurred in'Fatycttexille on theJth j error, but voted with 1tlcn'JLn.; ) Fierce, Pinekney The Democrats have about li.i'C'l' ma- was.confcinplated( I by Mrs. 15. I>r. I'hl [inert riturnI I holders of tfldved there, and to tine sutvduol&ling] Misrtiiri.ma *- on Lake Kissinimee, i.a&e,
inst, after n lingering illnes c-f sevens:! months.He I e'd to Mr 15. and, pretending to be her confidential on the border of Kanas, all theft right I griniflil4. where tine Indians were fonn4 by
and l'vlk-whulc II. Walke-r owning Its) slave] *, c-ketnlt. the I t5Pt
of the Legas -
None >
opposition in .
born in 1S14, and elied in the 44th vcr efM joritx' advisor, drew out an admission from her that the I Or, in other word*, to j.l.u-e it, though a non-slave- i t1'arknnan Aj.l
xx as vc>ted for their in-tnntin -o'.is r1e.'tiin. i1iturc f.ir: a-heaiil iiqui. expected birth was a fraud, anti concluded to put I bedding State, in the strictest and closest sympathy

\: rce. He serx ed with distinction in Mr. Tierce'sCabinet I .Ai'Len Mr. Tvl r, by the death c>f f tlc-n. llarri-nii, herself in the power of L'hl, by e.n'ering him $ltMMi with all the po-itiuns of tine national Democratic I The Gove-rnmt nt *tabl, together with n fiunutt

as Secretary f the Navy. Hi* constant became Pn'sivkn', Mr. Walker ni.de-red eminent | Alabama iieelloii.: if he would fu.d a child to "a -i-t" at the- aceouchhient. paity upon all '.laxtry eii'-tion| *. ty of fornce, at Ft. Capron, vvas destroyed Lv fir
aidiuwt dutie* of tl.at !ution tost ; To tljis t end it was determined I"ig: 1 efore the t j (ill tine 23d nit., under the following circurnrtancMIt '
the With
cevotion to ; democrat el-eted (i.ernor -
: ; ervices to ]Li< and the South ': i tieuhi nv. A. 1 Moore! ,
country, ] I !
u-nal bulb
The Di-trict Attorney and the Doctor then lent late Democratic Territorial ('niis enti.n'itut. that >t< had to tires near the ItaLic
him L"s life. -. It was inainly through )his COUtIt1 that) Mr. T\kr out >pp"i-itk>n. The t>nly Piiiou* conte'-t (or Con- I themelve to this scLeme, and carrietl it through. nominee should be from 11 non-lnvchoiding, protect the niub-' and horses from the mo qnito t T

- vetoed tl.e Bai.k Bill, which had ] a--ed both $ press x\aa in the Montgomciy Disttiet) where the .Ins. 15. is to borrow a child fiom the hopitnl, the ami some one xx Iii, hud been conspicuous as an active i A newly installed teararter, not Le-ing cognizant t,{

TJic Kuii a" Imbroglio.Fernsmu'h lr.'iches: t&'r'"*, B'lt above all he wa the deinoe-lMtie eandidilte, lion. J. F. DoWilell, xxns re- I e-onfineinent takers place, a medical adviser-a pint sympathiser with the law and order party through this fact, rolktl a bale of hay over the noulderin
no c-lec'lion i* pending in the Mate, Te\i-- I fleet ed by reduced majoiity.j : I of the plot-.-is called, Dr. Catlin, together withiimidwifo. i out their trouble, ttioiiyh ant a pro-slavery man.Thi I embers. The fire was fir t communicated to
in the to it
been content w ith the sm'lranm-uncemei.1., ] I leading innn movement nrijuire-; \lrt. P. pretends to feel the pnng* of labor, was to ohtuin fur the new con-titution, and, I stable, and, by it, to the fe rage hon et wcr'e}
erehsre >"o living dead i* s ti ic-ioedy ee itr 'etcd \\ ithtLiirrmt j In AVm. K. Smith's di-tiiet (the }th.) the jtrons- I u attached. "
man. r In u.d her cries even reach the cars of her neiirhbors ; indeed, fur all pointef their pol'cy' of making the
of material
a few weeks since-, of our disapprobation I national but scnfl.ily! >emtLern "..ioxeir.t hold of 1 ru.iviuothtlItti-iii, and vflure he wn1* a err ii- ; Hie child i-s born she falls buck ifthan-t'd, is fed j S'nte s thorougly Democratic) as possible from the

portion of the official conduct of Coxernor nt. I He L.-.1 Km tLe pd'onal and ]jn'liticiil ,- di-Ltte f.ir election, t th" m.-iji: ri'.y i again-t him !- I xxith weak nouiishmcnt, is pale and dories *, and it.ivt, t the voteof as many free-State settlers impossible. Cij.t. Jacob H MieklerS Uoat Company will re

Walker, and the preseuUncnt fnnn time to time e-f frinid of Mr. Van l11 tI. brt! when that statemanj : ; r.p-irtfdat: from t'vvlv to iift-t! iit hundred 'Ibi-s after t due time t the child i- given to lur to fondle, This ii .tine fpi-ret of the nomination of cx- I mew their supplies for thirty days at Ft. Center
occurring in Kani.s.V de- I i t tin- 'i.Ute ru-h in ruid pivcl.iim, according to the | Governed, I'lin-om. lids policy, w far, has succee- and examine the country on tln F.a't nnd Sonth
the exciting events declamation j announced Liop] o-itk-n to TcxaMr., : Walker i le-ult sce'nv mi unbioken d.'iinvr..tic ilc'legaliyj* arrangement '-nti-red I I into I by t the I District Attorney i ded even better than its inet sanguine advocate I Lake OkfecLobee, and will endeavor to pass out

fired not, by xioleiit comment impetuous took the tn-t steps to dt feat lii nc'minatioii for the j in tL'J next (Coigre-! lom: Ai.ti'ama. I anil I Dr.) (L'hl, I that the f'rce is over, and Le had I It I; anticipated being already evident that it will I to the Everglade, examining every f.luce Hat m in rpoibly

to iuhime the pa'i'ns and arouse the pre Pre-ideiicV. Janus K. IVlk ovve-d hi-8 nomination j t lit-i tier ge-tMip and go! t to prion.Mr trnimjih in the end! by a large majority. I ilk occupied by Indians. Hating mafo'a'

judice's of our readers with reference to matter* Walker. Mr. Walker'icklrattd i Itciiturlcy Illeclloli.: <. (Cnnnimrham; I llurdell, the midwifeDr., Cat I In pur5uanc: i of the ii'idirstai.ding to abandon I thorough examination of the southern partofOkee.
Kobe .
to it
to command lin, ntiil cii t'.r two <>tln t -rs.I.avebeen. I arre-t d. As further serious tfroiIs to mak the new State slaveholding ehobeeand Exerijladcs: a* far aa hU
exciting in nature I in 'onjre-5 supplies
suffieiently) Li.gLt: rf the ten Ri-pn-iiitatives: win
Texas ktttr icxolutioniztd public *-ei.tim< nt r.t theNoith : far as t the p.-r]i.-t rat t ion of any crime is eoiKtriied.at it was-, that free State men were permitted admit, rapt. Micklcr will rrturn to Ft Center _
the t>eriou9 attention of the tLoiichtful i id intelligent in fave of the mes'-ure.! lr bis services in choMii from this Mnto arv 1 Denn>irats showing a the t time of arre-t. we cannot under-taiiel Low that to become heavy owers in the four towns known a* I The late .ucee3 of thK party den-rvM eongratiil-

c 1tizc: tins matter the people of Te-vi* Luxe: placed itult- I dc-moeratk': nin of f"iir iu? < mbt ti. Jnine* H. Clay can be made out. Thi't'1 a crinead! eontemplutrdis the pro-lavery nties ; Lcnvenworth, ] >oniphan, i then, and the Colonel CoinmamUdi Department"

Reposing nab.-.ted omtiden* c ill tue stability, tf Mr. Walker in theCapiio! vf hue State placid I J beats b'-' Tlug l jly" c.taiui I..l I tit in the A.-hLind very |rijs->ibb>, and had hail the as'ute 1 District Attorney Atchiii'on mill lirki1 ii,,. And al-to on acuount uf hopes th.> execution of tl.i* vntlnmay 1)e httenjv4
Mr. lUieh.ir.su) to tIe deinocrati. candidate u iill'-xxed the plot to consuinniate, the guilty I it alone did (*vn. Strintrfrllow n\l\ rrt his Squatter I with like JiiCapt. .
of Tlio
nd di-tiiet I bvoiii" 7'vote> : -
intelligence 1itri'ti'n tiure to i-ummemorate his iiiklity and ]iatriot- party would have been caught ; but, uippi-d in the ; Sovereign (nexv-paper) to become advocate of a I -

*;'iv_ nothing of the dioinsMt l-in to In< ceiuntry nnd the South in i 4'S"lii1I4 that for .N.ite; Trea-urir, the! only Stale c.fliee to bei 1 bud, lee-lily, the-I woman, allowing this story to be iiiii-5la\elioldini; but ultra Democratic State. J. T. I*. Johnston's Company, M. V*.. start

csliinet. who lift* for l.is guidaiK-c the Constitution t ioll btate fiom l ur"p *nii and abolition control.Mr. i 1 I'.iled i 5eaid to have: a innjoritj of 1 ujixvards of TJO.MI ,- true, iunit guilty, though morally she lusty he.- -- I tdiy, on an exten ive jcont with in'tructioni to,

of the IVited Stateuu1 the reolatioii of Ihe t Polk invited Iim: into Li- C'abinet, vxL, n he e j.nd for the lit tinu iii :i quarter of a cent What is vny ut run lige, 31 r. CuiHVinghain I hurdell"till ; Fouu the J-i>:f; onfilt((: > > o/A'iytt Bth I examine the country on the Ea-t side of Peas ('reek

Cincinnati Conv r.tkw, whkh s.ixp, That xxe reoe tablished the iidiiendenl Treasury and free trade i v tlile i'* n devi-ixe diiiu-v-ialie mnji-iity in I btth p'iM-i-i in calling the child! her own. 'llie I Indian Ne.AVe I both side of Big Charley Topka, Jo hna and Troni
iho! of all theTeriit'He*, I ] I : statute i ij tays \ liuve been I Eating Creeks, to the Caloo'almtcher, opposite Ft
'snizc the right of people 1 rai.ehe- the Lrgiiliture kindly permitted to make the following
wihtl. lariti"of 4-iieasuret xitnl te I Kv.:
I : ]jiopulir j 'ry l1t-rtint w 1K 4i.ill. fiduntlv! will )be draw from
produce this
(inj I Myers. Suj.plies t and
extract-t from letter from ( J. pof ,
and Xcbra-ka acting! tlirotiirli it ; :n pt.
including Kai -- the S'i'iltli. r.nd so long tin ,1 j..vt of Us canust 1 1nt j infant, fal*. ly prclwi.ll.Kg! U t., have be-n horn of i K. Mb kler to Lieut. Cunova, in relation to the Iri- the scout continued to F*. l)*'viiaud! ; the county

lecraliv Jind fairly] e-\i>res=ed xxiilf a luijoiity! efa'tual al>ortielftirl?. 'l'eii ii cswee r.e! ( tion. !I 1'urer.b vLc- child: wid, 1 ie, ( ntHl. to a share of juan news \ve publi-heil hOt week ; which will, we j in the direction of Fi-h-Fjiting Crek and the S. \V>

residents x\lcicver the Lumber of tLeir inhabitants I Aftir all 1 th<** and rn-n.y: vtL r impoiiant seivictt 1I sd- -put eh fro.-i! X.i-hv5'e!' .f! >b btb, fi'.rni'-lH any i p'r-riul; i-tate. or to i inhrrit anreal c-tate, | doubt ii"t, piuve of ii.tere-t to all our readers: I shore of Lake Utapoga i is to be examined; thi;coraj -

It > f.-nn a ,1UtUt1I.1Vllh orxxithout turn* in-Heating the election to Conras j xv hh the ii.tent of i mutt rtt'rltinnt! tine I inh<-litunce ofj j y.kted the Company will take po-t, temporarily, at
ja-lilies ti < I j r I I'oitr MYUL- "
to the J-outL, we ilnd it exe< >:Jii::;lv diiHenslt to j any Sti' h real estate, e>r the distribution of arty -tuh j July 1, 1S57. 1 Ft. Mtade.Capt .

slavery, at.d be admitted 3ntt> tl.e L'uk'ii accouj.t for the -insrn1.iir ee ur-e pursued in Kan'-n*, of 7 1 Iv-inofiats aiel 2 Americans, nnd K'.j.'vid -- | i> -r-onal! I pn-jieity fiom any per-on law-fully ef.thledj DEAR II. :-I en.bnu-c tLib opportunity to i-.dvise t Johnston was l tLiettt wtt in Copt Ab-

upon tenns of pe-rfe.t vitality xxitli tlw ether 1 i12Uettiai Lonilijv to the ii.ti-re-U of tLc Sc.ut1t- -ro doubtful. I Han is democrat, i believed to be j thereto, alrill! : upon convict ion, be i puni-hed by imprioMmeiit j you of my suex-p--in capturing a p.uty'of Indian, ner D. Johnston's Company and, ts such, (!i 5nguihed -

*,*'" we Laxx fX ni o l wit xve conceive its bej I elvU'd Governor 1 by J0/'i<) i-Kijority. in :i State pri-an not excee-'iiutr! ten i which doublle-s you; will have heard of ere receipt hinr-df several! c-ni ->ruat f rbcaraaee! towards iho IVvslclcut, l einrinilnenced ; !:! xv: are iKt, C-\t.n y. t, xxithoi.t a hope-! that Mr.V.iilUr I xenrs." of thi?. On tine id iunstantj: I reported mv cc'inr>anv I I I Indian1 I It- x% ill render a good account of hi* doCapt. -

xx ill be utile -olo \ -.. : 1.5 to tL- e-ov.rse 1-y the wvkti"i tk.t Itilan Uenredatloiiv and ?I :r lev.i. for 1'f. Ki imee where I arrived in ". .
}=.-f! ojet- in i ittl ihie. The pitenions of tlii-, woman were tlu1iunrture .nitty.On
Oov. Walker's }1ri:1. eiikiou-iie- .ni Tvptkaninl I iiioriu thc re-p! U if ot tiu- full ti.lMi.ee e-f LisifoutLeni S.i r. I.ofiAug.. 7. The- lCu-i-: : h Henld ij- that oi.ly hue jireiiminary: -.eps' j to t the tlniins t 1.1.-li -i<: I the IZth 1 I de-cf.ided the River in boat* to I.ake I II Wm. IL-Kendrk-k's:; Company. V*.. is

<-tur j>oh.1x\ .u! 1 not asvvt with l.is facetionanv the C'ht'-ve I In lip" bad invitid IV-it Riley! xh. re.ti5y xxoiil 1 Inve made ant the -trenirth of I fhi* chili, had i I Okec-Lc'lx-e, an 1 e'-tabli-hed a stat'on on the Jvorth- 1 ordered to take post at a new tativne1Ie4 Ft. Jo-
a admirers I junit the Ditct Attoiey p'iile-tl the L.me.i t tnt -Lore ofaid! Lnk'On \ I epLine in tine vieiuity of I-tapogn Ijilte.
ii! *rc than*.f tie I ciiocrae-y of FlcrM.t. That :TC loe.it'-1 half: a e.iu.! p-iny: e-t Inf.n.Jry. All CumpaI -
( tutu 15th!; I started rot a feotit with "0 men, I marches from that place tv>-day.
.ar *onx liocs xxxre' well ioaaded \- no longer a I Iet!& of" 'crv Yoik Day Hook.The having th.- rtsHin-of my command at the station : j Captain Krudrick'is well acquainted with iht

j.iatfrf O'TJeiture, Lut ..i actuality j's sl.own inHliVutj i The aI i.illii.riuee! i* abroad that tl.is we.:-thy had: l.-i:i i n.-.1--re 1. H ,-.-. W.-lk.r !had-nt Od. xvo:!,an. nit itntr! of the ( liii,]. :a th- I IJ.-llexue on the evcnii, g of aii
1 ine-d t'-tinwiiyf two prit-, ll.e.aft', ofWaKliinfjt last: an-l 41tj! _: ii-Lcd slate-u.-in committed suicide C'o"kin ecuim/nd i I of :L---t.t'' : 1 I Hopitd! i it Il'ijt-'btth: Ann't Ander-on, anduec-r.rdinir: it-'ing mi't with i.o *MCI .---, iti! r j in eeii. .f fudian section, Le will, undoubtedly, ware them lip.Cupt. .
their 5. On the 17th I started
or I: iTiin
<'n ttV. iii ibe eoinl.l.neenftiK AdiaSuislr t :it hi- r"-enee in Texas the Oth ulf. The | to her own account, ii btil : 7xear-; > of tije. thouirhfton
:; tin- ivitli the number of c.xalnino the
!utue inn ml to ?aw I Pacctly"* Jloftt Company, was mu fcred in
and Ti'i "ttiJi. of J'icIfljIfl,1. LitLtu-toe 'j'4rtiut'1er Arro"tfci lor TInil Rol,l>erj.Ai hei' u'.e I be '
tioi : ruirtee might rnntnki
ar.u-n] | eaily I
i fcecn'ii.talik- will t'C'tt'jl n nunnn'ul en-alii nhronghor flr.tiii; I'latiH et 'I! t'n- Ki.iunce river, shoving our to the L". -erviee, on Monday" 27thlilt. This
4.f t< Mr. liuehauau.Tlie -<.i-rv. Aug. 7.-Iy tlie i-rd r ot t lie I .S To-t fr a voii.an vf -In.ViIinot i. I- f.ttas w- ci'uM .t ihem, 1 thru ilinilieti
J'xinpa position ni.tJip'iusiii I ; the laud IK wa u ni ver-zullv re-j'..ctcd t-ataats g ('t'fl'1afliIi make a mark should they be so fortunate
editor e-f the Jit Mtlt* aliu-k-s i. tl.eeyjjse I :j4J 1 1n.ir-1. i ;ik-e 1 1 i..partmt-iit, t the -peejal ..iKt M.igiiiro ar = up a tre' and di-eo\-red! se-vt raE ualll-audtiuth! <' as to find Indian*.

in relation the .iuihiiration I itrtd t to-day ill thi h < ity, :-.rn-e! (C. S. ott. polmaster \ Gone Over to the K. \*s.lien. .-a xv (;Jra-s ; !l.etiiione of the mort [ rt'Uiinentj
vf the 1f .St/r'f/r Iu
Jinli vs: drill, the iulcr.sity of xvhi.-h were eloubtleimr ncd i tr'isto jji'ard the boatOn) ur proaehiiii} ; the of the to be' Kirmont under
< xx a r, are placed e>rt Key,
| -
of Tei.u.-\lva.la hens addressed kt
I the 1 mail.l >eott v.i jiliii-i d 1 I in I the I i Au iirta jail, nndInd a ter to the
Xe w. for th'sati'&el'i'.n f lLi *>ntlh"MiJ, ; c.fall by the death of las wife xihieli <-nried about a I ;, 1-Lit.d we couid Liar wood chopping, tin retiponj th-! chanreof aleqnafe truard. The lambrr b
xvl.vi may 3aWr u:>Ier !Kv jbts dislrr.st-, nji.i4ri I been < :nrlit: 1 by IK-U-: : : -f deeoy !i.ttei. Tln-rf! I Ameil.-a*! State Council of that State in ai.sxvcr to j divid. my men ii.totwo squad-, surrounded the I row on the fn-ouK3 to rreet a Lon fv..* their ac-

.. r.'pr-Lc.sk-n- xv- will itiite xxbai v.ebelkxx- I t year are and ?<> far d! p *-ed th"! Min-1 a '.... pe.rmitA x,'<>re found! on him.Ilnil. certai'i! ititeirog.itorits propounded to him bv a J Isl.ind and oideitd a ehiirri! which v. .is promptly ct'tnuioelatlon.Ceu .

l iy, x\Lit: xx.- kr.o'.v-on thistv.bject, 1o-wit : that df-Jeti-tit --5-- i committee appoint* .1 f<>r the purj jse. He go* -, [ obeyed, and croxvned xxith great sneee-. caj-ttiriiiij

-.' a Mr.I Lturlianfln .li.l nean In irstrue-tiyiis tLat --- IConcl to tu..e bu lcc'a l li'.im n-\t resi j..;its should x >le on the >CvV Itttil I toad.Wvl arcS 5nf- ntf-wl, ripi'ioniaS three of xxhuh I eaptinvd. myself, running like !, xvith their vznrenriv. an-i id at tLis r.Iace

IxRiisJj- r.-tiutioi. 1 L Ie iuleiidt to pl.iexllie x oters I barn frcm the Thoma-vil.1! 2 Hln.'if ,nnn that tl.at.Mr.; Yule.. ha C'iiIti'i.t.! : '1 to (".1. IVnxtbnt.ntra I 'JUT I"'tn; } (.'tv.\Va1kenan1 1 ('tU. I If ( LaxeI xvild h.'r'es tLrouglithi-Saxx t fira-s. Collected tuna (Wedne-2ay Li-t. TLcy are stationed, tlnp6rarily -
0:1 the i-ti.'i; <>f tLe raiineaikoi { tLeC'o iftitwtioji rney nil toL'ttlier and -Uirt d bi'-k toward- the Boats, and at the Two-Mile Bmneh.
nn.icr IheSIUK r-siici as that -ipj>!i-d a iicw comj.any LasUt-iioMt,5/: 1..1' l-! -ertu"! <-.. <-t for .-oiitir.'aii I: the i r'< rita:11inua 1 ILntlroad to I 1 ti'sr, unde dis! <-re tii-nnry orderheretofore (TBI.- I before arriving heard the report of a gun in th- direction \ii'LS., WLit-jLead's iI' iirzit.'iivs* jiairii -

tt the>- v.h V4.t..1! fr m- inbereif thee-oi..tiiutiont I iiu n 'f thc ( .lori'ia and Ti. zMi; l 1:411: I'('a-l from Al.liany Ocrla xxouid be jiia.leduiiii I the i piv-ent yta r. Mr.YuU'ft I mitted, to d. tain tioop*, de-tined for Utah, to j-re- : we were movinir. together '.rith lud Veil*, ton* and Willaru'; Ce.mj.aikleft Ocalu, oa Tues

.41 dIfl' ':1i': \ ] il, >-<- Vtti'Itifl. :u<*. tLe to 'InInu4i1e.! It 5-propo-e-d[ to nm the desired Col. Terry to eommusiieatu tie! i- .'rvtt he pe-a 'if Kan-as xvhieh eau? -d u= to jntkip.itc an Cttiiek tverv m >- I day. 2.jth! t1.fttlni post. *
'Syu-th" ktic-w t = xv."' nur.t, they Low er xvrre but nu-rely movinir fro'iiU of thus Keynient will betntioD
live -
] road tJireit fre'sn! IK-! > -i-t 1 aak of the 1'Iii.l! oppo-ilo I fv'rmi"n upt'ii 1.5au''I tu .-i ty. .Mr.! Yuie 1- tutu *-tt.- Companies
'J74 :'ofqfl Ii4lL l-cen >uri'r L--t hot iiio : l"iirLt the railroad -, ait jTovid. I'poii arriving: at the D-mts cue ed in Tlie vicinity of Ft. t apron and two Companies
( in ; At'any.i ton pint .-i: V. r''t's < re. k. Laif I Tridiji of th' rerr.iMulin.-i :u.d Cednr KeyRoad I 2.W" years a'o eiiify t traei l.ii.i I
i Warrior 1 'be nimi'. for Lu boat
way wa scee y guard near Lake Harney, on the Tpper St. John.
W1k'r, sayWe : I j irojsi Thiii.--.ill.-t i I! :: '.: !iv "x,. ".;h a l.raxh toj I and LU uu-rt2e: ..'ut! t-> h..: i-o -ldi-r. l .,\! ui-: ) down in Illhi'ii- ran from Nun pieu 0:1 the Ilili; :>>i i whereupon thr e t the K..-R started in pursuit of

I. JM e T! .-i2i*.lh.- :. iiiehi4i.. and qisiJieitrt ,- tuh ie.! .. 'Fh#. :! z : -i'i' I'J. 'V I tht.nit-,: I i-'uer, to Jack-.iiiviiie, a di-taia: ,* e.f txxeritvtxsoI | him, and! but f.iu- t!he ar' '.VntAl! d'-chiTC.! vie of ,i At a Ce nrt Martial, rejtly convened! at Camp
i.i.17i i'H-i limt Diich-JUUR ppr's'ea. and some -t". k i -"i".LiLj -1- 5t j ni'les X'i'.v there 1-5 senr-'ely a county iu the Strife {guns Ce op r, T"\a, Private 'o. 1st
-! W'i1ker.i will JK t r.iit'-rtstko t -.av to .evi' ".' .'hteEtt ct nre '.1 hue I'rcstdeiut. vv Licit i.-; i.-.t either Inive-rscd by or within -h-Tt my own ni'.rs, xvonl 1 hac cur tureil him. After :> vLatxtrT:* tlisl f th<>United State*
and lt .1. W.ilk but Hen. Ai alkcr ai1 ('f < 'nt of the % -ten-ti il.ilroadiiter*. t-' Balti- distance of .1 iarr:! .ad.FOLK :
( < 1i.-i t w-, xv IH.XJu' j iitra Aiierle-a. five uncut nt.-tl burnt ti--ir! eamrs Jte.: en-J lien rtar- shall eilrect," for sLooting at, and dangerously

<.- :Lc ciloit- .i tinit.-J a.4-t.S1 14 i I liii'ixit.N- n is THE FliLut--Fine C<.daiil'iDuroeKit !-> I -JM in and! Ltain- d check for be di-
1 ltrri,..ul in tln;;lty.. tf Ce.n. W.Ik-r] of Xkaraguij Vi'e' wore et'i.xv< d 1 in <>?mtiibu- nnd carri.'ijresto : -t., a SS.gfio to I Texas. on"or about the fib March, 1S57.I .
S-a' Kil'c Lv.u fni.-y. nu-t i4j .: tI.) tudt- .Le Whit.Ilou I -.- ; tviry I ody e.f ei.i.ri-e biing : **_ati--4 that .Me-s.-r*. W. >. I JSarry, W. S. I xi-led nuionir my men. I Uuve agiin: for the same I The abox-e ennce mitignt.Ml.. by the Prci-
,, i :"t-ri. vI.liiL', anti i j "!'.: r>UIT* l J.tvi-j* -1!1 t-! ]j--inJj ul cii:i.- of 1 'u!/ on -l.l'Ivin": i L.tn !-> X' 1th t'lePreideiit' und inS Ifltikti.t4)Ii, It nil fxflox'; Joe Mathews, hivt- anr.oiinced uieigl.luniuou'l on to-i; >rro\v nat nrItiu.I heat, to forfe'ture guf all pay and alknflftceand f

:; i l it.fiucneti.ra<-l5J yhat .. !apt viIiei.tL l\if\ S--.il'!', lr':.h! : i j uq t, v is be-J: known to himj'J -pft'te Your IJrofhf-r I t! hard 1"' ,'r with ball an I chain, flnd eonfinernent.

Tl e D'-nx-cnicy 11<'r'.da, true to tlie] great jrinciplo (. l14 *1 c-vid-ifl3' t.ox. 'e tiuiroin... iel..tue ,f I 1 nol ,2k-il aj'pcarai, u- we-11 i- that ff the Unitcl Js(:( )D Jl MICKLCK.I under.guard, when not at labr, -iiiitij the period
:Ml-s;: t > sUe'-ed fiov. ISro'Vli. The
<-f in n inUrxen'inr, ]hle < =- fiI1iLi't&iiinz. lie }iabe, n cordially rvceixc-d e-v eI Cali i4. -- -- e>f Lis enlistnut.t.
] Mriit i't i ivu d 1 f.om hi I "ovi-nif.r hl'.iIf iin 1 t lit- tieil 1, nail will heart to _
'I ie IV' t Ii" ; :.ri ci punt I LKxLirK 1RTluti.uy.---The! .th of September S -
tk-n as tu wl.en. }'.>w and in wLat iii< l the couti.. I ry whtrin tL1 S< tth.j f tn -
j t.-;,- (,-:., ; r-, I- : .'Mi'-i--HO'II-'. 'IIu.- .-. ptionI 'ive'his di.- 5n rui-l' 1 eori.p,-tit r* a* mnch work will j be the huu-lreJth annivir of the btrthd.iy The C'ropM of the We' t 1m5t
tut3< P.sf th" Territory sL ll be farmed, ito be I j Though I lh C r.tral AnuriejiiH Lave6.iccce.kd I \I; 'to h.r< t'c.-n pl.i'-e-in tVkbrufed I liistj ; as they have : -lite f. I on .iry The Cim-ir.n.itti ( azu tte mats tine following eiiti-
any "ppi
wtthdy! the iejk; of l is, free from nil
:delnflaenc anjAvljale- iLey Lave de-lie, or I] country, the troubles in the ii.f<,rtu>;it- I impraetifaile. 1- Tin e Cailsden J>mlinM>. the day t-hotild be nlelrat-d iu scale pet-iul uitin" >n ef IS (9. in the bin grain growing Stateof *

.' J 'I 1 !i-ompany I thntfiridj.l .)' rfii--l to I i'lei V.'e rsiake thf->!!I-iiim' .-.1 met fioma klttr tier bj" the people of this country. S the Wist. TL? f'azctte says the estimate are
t lacy here fUr din tLe jiIra'ka --z-r: -s ia uinlir! the N>- arc i: .tal an end. TLo dlfficiillywith t i luiitifnil moiiinl-: :: e.f theht'u Hull***, wh .rt pub based OH sound"elata in relation to increase of population -
Kan-as A i.t t 1W law .f t;. Lmd. -i-t. r S aVis to .'. I li-h"l in the I i.'ixlile! (Mo.) < )I -crvcr, dated Calabn and the
The IIu.5iu Mir.L-ttr Wa
rci O'f tLe-ir !t ain.i jre-tieiuablc li-Ats Jiiu< r I < five rrfri. k ul siubil'.ty it. i it* g..v. rmic't.t to e n I Meantime, of i-i.ui--, ex <-ry 1 lndv'vr.tndT'n? i.p : \ *, ( Jad-'ltti I T.u! i-tiaFt' : .luiie ;S II l : at Liugton, ((5toeekl) that the crop if this year will ic it full averages

ihcirr nla t, tije ji- pl.kof Kansas tlu-ou-a aids: it tn -tand.! Tom w'.i'i: faction i.nd i.itesi'niejiiarr.l ': -ecretary of Legation. Of course providential circtinistu.: may mar this
-hould in ik>- rt-iuaik about the M t'ttlt-r cr one "- of the: < ;uUdeii! I TuivLa-e: ow in.r to the It is said that !I.e was almi>st always on hand flattering pro-pect :
their Conrei.loa to foni a coV-iitution, irejiara5r.y I 1-, it- we.iki.e-- a eoiiftant invit.ition to :.s- ttLi-i' subj.-it ef I interi1Kiiddeidya : -'. t'aet that I have; onl\ been in-re a short time, and at a lire, njo\in the excitement isnfirtJacly and Wheat Estimate

? to Bilnis-: tii h.io the Fxt.n, will dcUiinirieil.1 fault from .tbnud, and all the other Matc-s iif Ceni : eiy 'r. ut* L'-inl'there Le comes," have Lad no oppoi limit v of iiikiii'j, myself itecjuainted. : ng.iuring activyjy in working the engine and aiding Crop of IS ll>. Crop of 17

q'l iirtu t.f j-lawry, itL'ioH froju 4.F reft r 1 Lcconnitutioa i tral .lin-rha are e-udaijgeie-d flu (()li-'q1C1uee. ('OS- and, gf-int nn.r up! to tin- White lou-e I! sure ei.iiighth I It is far preferable to ai>y Mexh-an country I OLin-n..I .SiAijQO u.ctonrx >
I re lame < ''ld I Uiick"tloxvn; tluJte'p*. Kccomp iI'id Lave eVe-r seen, nn-1 I In t ttc-r than 1'uiifriiLi in everyj iu subduing line f.ame If the fire happened ,
Jlic-a ft-rn.i.t )
ta in 10.0CM
to a direct vote of the people, and j the war with Walke-r, is end.tl.o1irug I Indiana, .C.2tK>,0) ) ,00'
pre- by iiid-t ef tlau} I Cabinet. 1'onthtt jIlt u ruhwi j I t, except thr ti.M! mine! in the the latter.- to be extinguished before he e">uM reach the scone,
fcribe tie! < narfiati< c'f iLeiuhabitains xvhuiuavxott i to effect a union e-f Jill tLe States for re-pr I I j Illinois. . . . .V,5.H( i.iiitO( 1 6,000,00iin(5 (
] 7. > m-i'de: '. '. by tl.e voun tr portion ot The (Jad 'kn 1'ureha-e is the bet gra-s eountry inI he appeared disappointed and indi nnnt. .2,2t .( 5nwOfM>

i.j jn tLc
''f that :n-tri.rn : 'fl.iwe., un-hrslaud lobe, litJc.IllIt! pfudeiicc ejf Cei.tial 1 AflCrCiuI:1! : I be- -1 the main body. I If marchid 1.oldly and i j xxhulr yLr. GnMJ\L; Jve'RSio's (!tOW I>. \.-The Committee Michigan.5f mo.iltiO) (fX( \000Wisconin '

frcin the WnsL'ujgitMi! ]*ip. r j': t quoted J tLopoitionf iaruiii'i3 1 y the tVil'd >tat< and (;'real Biitain, I -tiadily doXVll I tl.e walk, 1 between lie 4xleltdedliues ; "Califorri.ihasa t L-re.it advantage overt he (!uls of tl.e Corjioration chargedsith the awarding of ..1,2 ">,<"'' 2t fiO.OOO) '
if spectator*, wliit-h had 1 been fornud with den I Tunh.i-e: in I b. I ii.g lucate-el 11t.nt r the M-.iboird.I 5OOOtH.H: )
flue Pre-si-icr., asal.-rjcirAJorily of thfiii'.iultrs I| v.L-h: would tt, nliib-j.-teiing Ceiier.il Jiukson's trold box to the mo.-t xaliant son Missouri. /HX\OoO
p nej.11.
the "lua l
> open r.ieiie' than military nipitlity} lineeloing upon It will i.s .s >c urn ol-jeition to the (;adihnni I i Iowa..I 1,5WWX> -,OOOOCi)
('f the Coraei.tl'.n sicLr.<,\vn to reflul th" Mmciews I j eoinuk-itkr.; i c-twter. the two =e-aa with tLc j.io- him and let itinu.r: a- Inc paed, until I by tine time i Tnrchae! lit itt,' so frr inlind'and without: even aport of NCXV York ha-rriceixed several wril// coninin"rkatioRt -

tettnl IKreaeLi d the mound, be was Lcimivd ill I by a on the gulf of ('nfl unnniui. -peaking ot troldmini' thu < ttbl.ftinee its last Sergeant
\ upon this sul jeet that oonl n.IL-d Lekgisl] j ie.ul ;i3uy of tLe-r! hi.i.ediateiiiigLborhemd.} I tn meeting. Aggregate, 47,55U,000 73,000tXn>
solid it.dividualtinn'mic 1 on *, it i< not certain tliat California 1 l.a-u adxantat'e I
and nniuts I
tl 14 every -
tive- action of that Tcrrltotial 1 These: 3nt .isurt- will be bv hue ( n-e any I Hugh Me-ItounvII, )hte of the second resimentof advance
CVmiieil that imp. cd | > baldly ae'ej.te'd I iovtirfciMitoJ 1 Titis hzows ant of65percent. ontlieprotiuctien -
tip-toe r.nd Miett Led from -I x t to t\x t I he I iuilnt-- tyeind IJi r I the! '>:ad-d< n 1 Tuich.ie, a* exrx' propi -
*Ltite.which Awould be a their usual altitude, llaxir I xxith ditlii ultybue'ei et tllJit hib.. en Unde inn t !|i' ( ',li-dll! Tun h.l-e l'idte-1 Spates artillery, ckiim the 'pr'ue. SerPI ( f The increase cit rorulation isatiout

members of the G'li-titutior.al Convention. XotxmbsUnding j I io3-t-'ii! ot poj ular se'iliim: -11. Nie--inigua rein..in* edcd ill g'linilllT hue top of lie Ill'iUIld, II i p.ls. '.hoWfi t that I the precious metal t-xhsj.orhajis to as S ant ilelVunell U a bruevldit ? and a modest 3 ier ent. ; Si) We hare allowed a Iarme the marI -

Mr. Walker erred raoft j y<-t \ii! (. : a Goimnrnt and aver1to action 1 Va3'lt* Jit length I i fi'iiiM-i', !in.1 l t-Le company tiled 1 I great (-Xl cut ain California. 'I he ( ;iad-den: ( Tur- m.in. Itc ha-s i.utieij ntvd in- all thettirrrng scenes I gin for more fav orabl*crops bread Looking the to consr.mption of-
egw-gioyly iia-t two sri'.l txxei, each: eine shakiisL' Lim by I the cha-r i- fill iu I silver mines, and the t whole world! f-f the Mext-aii dis- of Indian corn consumption
in that he argued the unadnptation of Kj'ii-nsto the with the .thcr M.Jes of Cei.tral: Amuioa. Tl.isfut ; eamp-iigu. arwits particularly heat for ffoxir and seed in these States will not exceed -
I LnnJ I the other i.ieinl er of tLe ( n1 net re-nriininir cannot In-at the Ari/otia: eopp r minis and other
purposes of slavery, und the autocratic threat that encourageWalker] to M'ji in again with betterpiojiccls sileiil, spectator'. Two or I three prominent Dcmo- copper! mini-. I;Joth silver i I and! coiui pe-r mine* are I J tingiiished at the; siege of Vera Cruz and Jlolino 43fltit.I'oO' bushels o that there will be, snr.iinc -

he w mld le-sist to tiie utino-t tLe adinissle.n jf Kan- : ) of siicf-Ss than befoie.THK (-r'.tt( front C'incinn.t'i!I Were not Niti-ficd. Lovve-vtr, nowxiorked, and \iteIi! more capital enli-tid.. del Hey. At Vera Cru. McDonnell coolly lifted an average) crop, Iwcnty-eight TLii is millions double of
-4 Lands with the President but advantage'smut result. All that bhe-ll and it the itt.ihiis for; ex1wiitation.| probably
xvit'h bLftking great portion of an unvxplrded pitched over embnnkmi -
MS as a Mate, imle-s] her i-uustitutioii Lad bee-n ubmitted simph the amount Lich went out of the northwest to the
Ci-ntN TJ-iEGil'iL-1'hle subscription) lo the I insistc-d on 1 beinu I introduced pcieonnlly! to both the (i.i-isleii TurcLuse lying on lie Colorado, and -lit of the trenches, thus at deadly p rilt av-
to the people--in % 5evv <.f all I ibis prapnati terre tial: ai.d submarine telegraph" (from Havana[ luin and the Cabinet, endi C>f w iut.=e digits they ev en if Mr. Gaddru Lad rccured the Lolios e>r Adaiis ? the lives of yllicers jvnd comrade Atlantic coast.

cal iiiipe-rt.iuei.ve, we arc not "disposed to make Lis via Key We.-t, lei Cape Sable, wnd I tin nee overtai.dto : gra'pcd with nervous and tc-nfloiois; energy, bowing bay, on the gulf, the whole is nothing better than ling unianny Ce-rnr cre pof t8 19, Corn crop of 183?-

recall a test of our future fealty Iu the Administration. ] and smiling all the- while in t'to: blanufst style. a_sand deut ; 1 intl even this country in the him !Isof ( fl.cr-Thie Vamkrbilk Bnsnt-ls.! Bushels.
AvOtF.vv Atlantic
( Savannah flint
ja.,) uniounls to .KIIIOIMI, i, the sum
coi.ven'ienl nioJcofinlrodiieing American*-that is for their
the a enterpriev'uld
We are not unmindful] of the f.iet that four of I believed Several others adopted intone port started from Neweik at the atime hour on Saturday Ohio. . 51 .0<(W"iO 50i O'O4)lirilianti..5ZO'OOOO
to be necessary ; the coinj any is fully or- i t them-tlvii.I I I lie I v :t- I in nt lenin nv polite \ have made, ex en by this time, quite a town,
and bets
the Cabinet oiliceri lat, hneav are pending on the time
even are Southern men, all eifxvhom .'d Lose- Lands he shook with fit- Something tif tin kind iinIIi.thail be
gankc-1, : the piellmlnary surveys Mill com- to the ]ladies., : great perhaps a < of lUinel'.57,55f1,1ni14n 73,000,600
would give a note of warning to tLe Suuthnjtoti I lie which is furnished _-
vxaimth and cordiality. for a ekp'n i copper, -
Iaaee Isn-ic-iiate-ly.! Orders for the construction Kentucky,. .59.700.0i ,IXiOOO4)
the first indication of disrejruid on the j.ait of the submaiinc-c-abk-a veie ent out by the last This ceremony thiough the President and Cabi- by the Ari7e.n.ieopp ;: <-' also' to uny nothing TEA.-'rhe folloxving gentlemen are named, and Tennessee.. .52.20d.000 60,0.00(7(
of the President for the met stalled back lo the White Hoii-e, folloxved by I of the either mine At p.'C; ent the ore? J .
copper 10,000,000
constitutional rights of the steamer. The 1'ieiisa others probublv al=o, as candidates to succeed Gen Michigan. ..5,6041,4mM> .
wIn thie.coniiuttny. On his way back, one ragredpt.el- hauled to t the Colorado, at Fort Yunia, i P ni'l from S.OOO.OOO
:South. To I Siith-V.
otherwise would VniscoinMn-------fl0Nt0
L. Mipposc "imply an amount I the spirit sind with the patrioti.-m of true mi-ii e.f" Young Aint-iica: ," about fiftee'ti years ol-l, thence shipped in i whooncr to San Francisco." llouat S. Senate: C.ov. Pease, J. C. Wil" Missouri..36.t)0,04t *5OOtVXK>

of moral JreccLvry nnd political fratricide, that the liivt Lim-e-lf in front of him II. Judge Gray L. T.
Spaniards, xe- rejoice work of this sudikidy pl.-u.ted directly StlnSlfl., Scurry Wigfall, Iowa S,7.VX> 20,000,000
which, for the credit >f ourrace, we sLall ncx er imjmteby kind in Sp-ini-h America proceeds thus properouly -.- ai.d extemled ml- hutitil. which was of course very American Hor eH for an iinpcror.A : Judge Ilemphill, Judge Oklham, J. Hamilton, anti .

word or th-night sLorlof positive evidence. 3 and -tbiubt not hat within six months the kindly and condescendingly taken. A moment aftcra jiair of splendid 1 :ay cairiage hors-e, purchiis<-dby I Total, $2,4iOkn' () 44S,000OCiO
itLi-d cf Cuba will; find it"f unite.1 directly with who Vuta apj'.irei.tly Ir.uii t the" rural n1i- :M. M. Potter.i _
Rather let tli- mind man, 1 ordi of the of France for his labk'i
take refuge in the more reasonable r jnpcror '\\ n __ 5-- This is increase of 33 cent., or about the
Euioj.t' by liH-Jins of the riorida itli.I UH- great tiklund, had hi* wife on his arm, entitle nj, and an per
hypothesis reccnlly j resented by t! c editor of I trau-allantio cables.! i/inir! him by the hand, exclaimed How are you I :, have beenhipped from New Ye>rk forllaxieIKILM i PittJMi'Fvr r>roiu> XN is troubled with impld incut I Mine with the population. Of this great great cereal -

the Macou Telegraph xxhen Tie pax s : The teetof I Old) 15ick'r' Kstu-e tile. but I mti-t Lave: a shake -- S 1 letter Many of tinm seem to leisure moii'-y in cre.p. fully cine-haligoes into surplus, j.artly in

re-call xvhk-h) fome 5i-i-t upuji apj l\ing, i 5by t The gt'a.l jury at L.-.-The popuLirion of Ireland I in 1SJ1 order to get married. How absurd to tease a veteran bulk, partly aa poik, lard whiskey in, and 1857 eattle.-than in
voted for .Jimmy, Ifiichanan; aihl I'd like t to Lave a was .h,1752 SIn There xvill be a greater surplus
no means > i-'ne1i4re I Lav 1 bills of} indictiui "jiiii-t Treiiticeof the bachelor -uch "ubjcct To be father ofa bushels which is -
oi.e: ecun-e, ns w e e re- upon a 1817 full! 5"\000,0l0) equivalent
Lance to do it again (;Jond bye. old felloxv !- 1857 .6,0 J7,1'J2 ; by
j.cat dly mid, reaons n:ay <-\i-t, ide-iend] <.islly
all Le objcetiemaHe! features Walker's iieeale-d! tleadJy! and for attacks Knoxv-Xofhin and I Itlack t I the advantage There will be half the same increase on wheat, and
of eourf-e, xvcaj-on personal s Ilepublican- I )(MVeII-e in 'ixtieae ,r*. . .2,12T,7Ii advance in hav.xvhieh .

LieL iiiJgLt ri-ndcr Li* re-call inc.xpedie nt ai.d pi e- in-ide- iijit-n tat hi other in the btrcet. of hitS\ eSeveral Wasmuck! ke; xeduntarily ladies whom stepped Le encountered a-ide-- At this late of exinain-tjinI. how long xvould ift.ike We MV Hotel by a communication at Alligator Harbor.in the Tallahassee! one fourth is already as much much on cats.of it gathered The will b* full-

judicial tO the jiublic: iut erects Tlierc re>a ' and -hook hands with, of coursu not recollecting Floridian ot tin2dth ultimo, that a proposition fifteen appears
I Planters
e.ubt! do iNi-t. :mJ it *, for the administration, ill upper ( urgia and inTennessee that they were among the number v.huo lund enjoyed I the Cnite-d Mate" ? And at I the frame rate, Low long bt en made to build 1 a hotel at Alligator Harbor on weight of cattle, horses, Ac. In addition to all
Lave been interrupt: ed in tlirashin out their beat xvould n I it lake to tmnftr Ji,5i U tiut n hen rot., fromthe remember that the
TalLiha considerations must
'which I the coast of Florida about forty miles from these we
nloncis in fcion that f-nv minutes before- t ,
f iLem a
j-- e> to judge of pleasure
I I". S. Afiiea ? The Irish exod'i has 1 been
t t to '
a oh much.If .-
heir I in < ijjte-nce c.f the conlinuvd rains of the p.it: This handshaking bu-inees it n peeuliar feature I ee. 1 inc xvriter says that u subscription paper crop of IS3 fell below that very
and tL
sufficiency !
pie-pricly any course tube tei d.txs r two week0. In some capcsinuc-h heat of Presidential life in our eountry. Wheneve thereis roiirce of protit to many. Exchange.Z3 hn< been left open at the office* of H. L. Rutgers, our hypothesis tifa full av rage crop should turnout
purue,1 l in the premi-e*; aid it is for the Tallahassee that and that one think the Mipluses of the West will be
lor man
people. I a President or Kx-Pre-ident about, the"wivo I ( ,) purpose, \rue, we
will be the rains and the
; inj'irtd by sprouting of } Col. W. Williams of New Orleans bet *!1- dollars better
xvhen they come in the poses5on of these reasons reiiriu" arc not satisfied without seeing him and I heads the li-t xxith ii.n\ I from vMUy ti a hundred millions of
tojr.Jge of the propriety of the cour-e the seed. Tl rashini and cleaning heat will hiive fh.'iking Lands with him. It perhaps rather a IHHI P that he xvill cat 1'iUO' ) eggs in I ,(JoO(' hour-.- Southern (Georgia is invited to cooperate with than in 1855. There is a full demand for these, and

Mie-d by the ndzinipijtion." pur- lo Le riif-jiiiuk-tl until the xveather bee-eimcs more relief to him than otLe'rxvi, however, as it ohxi- The match commenced on Monday List, at eight her Florida friends in this -eessary: work, and xve our railroad furnish a ready and cheap outlet to

favorallc.tST" % s the nece-ssitj-* in tLis: ca-e, of making a o'clock, theirggs to wtigh not less than 20 e>uijoc adewcn. I hope they xvill not be found wanting. A place of a 11 markets.
We Lave been
impelled, jmieh againt our will, ppeecli. report on the Floiida const, somewhere ia the midI -
io the roidfiniBtic.n of 00x- Walker, and wetly Lon- -- Mr. Buchanan looks hale and hearty, inns the appearance So HJIVB the corre-pondciil Porter's Spirit I elle part of the State, has long beenfelt.. Mtny of [From the Leavenworlh Correspondence of the TribuneIGm.
< confess that we- fee] grieved at the necessity Loui-villc Courier states that ex-Presi eif possessing a vigoroui constitution, and of the Time eiiir citizens g e to the Light House near Newport Hartley-How he showed. his re peet
dent Pierce has accepted the invitation of the committee we should think u fully e- iiil to the tu-Jc of MItaininpr *- --- ---S-- for want accommodations, nt a better ;place, and for Gen. Jaek on.In
for so doing. AnJ ? Let | A fiooj HOK-I, Uhe New York theTuncx General Harnfy isimpresbive. -
why us glance at hi* > Fjitrit of
jiastJiirtory iinel writes that Le will c'-rtwiuly be the re the labors of another Pre-idcnti.il term, we have know n several to return home thoroughly personal appearance. and

for a mome-it. 11m picture of his life has a to attend t I lie rnited States Agricultural Kxhibition should the ;jKopleecc tit lo reejuii'e euch a degree given the ftiU't.lug chanicteri-ties of a goel ; i"i"gu-tetl with the trip. Our Florida friends should He u considerable over hair six feet Ull.red, but

bright w.le &.r the agrcutble contemplution of a (ill the l t of Sejite-mber ziext.t of felf twicritice- his part.He horse : 1. His eyes xvhen seen in the stable, are jierfectly have noised this project before, and been already I II I h large-boned and muscular.with white.His He WM wears |*

HouUic-ra man. We do not know Mr. Walker perfconally --..-. Las a kind], good-Jiatured and bmcvolt-ot ex- clear and t transparent, Ii i tuil l the I pupils .r pde I in the enjoyment of a good reputation for poabessing is now thickly raised be bald on the crown of his
prcsMou of ci.untennninee, and his manner i.i i urbane, t superior natural advantages for pleasure. Alligator shout. and begins to
but 3.nw Fome tiling of his hitory. One A prize fight between Dominick Bradley] frank and cordiaK Our company were all! highly ] eit'the eyc fire alike in color and si/.e. 2. On Harbor is said to be u delightful place, and, we I head His moustaches and beard are nearly white.

<.nly need read the ke-tcli of HoU J. Walker byMr. and Samuel S. I'ankiiiF, for lOuO a side, came off plri e.l, without distinction of parly, attil even being nipped in the gullet, he will utter a sound have no doubt, will bo thronged with visitors, so I and are also thick and chipped short. His In eyes are

Claiborne of Miso., recently published }in the I itt Fort Albiou, Canada, on Saturday last, at 3, p. those most iine-ompronj'isin opposed to him inpol'tieB I like that from a bellnw If em the contrary, he soon as the public aie informed that sufficient accommodations I blue. and must dull, have for he been uses a spectacles.model of physical younger vigor

Ixiuielana Courier.In in. About four thousand persons were present In ; ecc-med disposed to concede that OldBrick" rhould! give vent to a dry, Imky, short cough, bev. can be had.-Thomaxnlie E'nterprine, I years strength, he but he nowlooks older thanhe really
was a pretty cood KU! of a ft How after all. I Auj. 4..ti .
183.ri, the Democratic party Mi'-if-ippi was the beginning the betting vvajs $100 to $80 on Brad- -- ____ -- -- .re of him. Ilia wind is unsound. 3. His legs is. for his age, I believe, does not exceed fifty-nvf

at a very low tbb, owing to the de-fection of SenaTor Icy, and after the fight commenced the friends of ('apt. Paikhill's company of mounted"xe'lunteers arc smooth and "cleAn." If you find bunches or ; -_ What are you about, my dear/ said his I IS While in St. Louis. I heard an anecdote seen illnrtratuof in pnn&'

F Poindexter and Black, and very many of theuiot the lUe r o3'< red to bet $SO to 200 on Bradley. from Tallaha-jiee, pan-od through oar town on Saturday jnitF', or a difference' In Vi/c, I though he may not be grandmother to u I'lUlu boy who \vas sliding along I hi* character in New Yoik, which I have never agor he passed a .
Being many years
able and forraida Lie politician of tlu't $taUUiat \- Bradley xvu- the xie tor after a fight of two hours lafet on their way to (Ocala. The men general lame, discnfo lurks'I Lore. 1. If broad and full between the room casting furtive ghineca at a gentleman store in erne of the prinetin. ftrecta iji wbgh)1n
who a vi.Mt. "lam trying, grandma.to ,
henlth] vva-p.iyirg
to be in rino and One
.t crisis ilr.! Poindextfl- his coadjntort t.iid Hit; \ i ught ii.ijiuUc, and one hundred end fifty- ly or appeared two, however, were suffering with Chills and the oycf. "uitu.sc* ptible of being trained to elffipapV\ bat out of the room, without letting auctioneer wa* soliciting bidi for ndtbe"f I crcrdwi.e

er Areer'ug over tbe f3'Mew when demeK < one romidu. Both p*rties were 'vcrely bruised.K .- I I'ever It io quite a if-pee table crmpany, a1 d n* almost any tlung. -\ If ome white or paiti colored, itt" fenllfinan sec it for pap.i wnnt's him to think 1 flncral Jacksfto. Both the%tte selfcr I bJet"f* the p' .

and Jeino!: Ttic: printing 4.fIeC', nnd cmorritl 'tli are from PhU} delpW I markably x; HI m.uunted.-Jh'fis'in Jenq'r he is docile utah ( )(IC I'C'S O'lt.: no rn1iticsl1rien u



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tin-e. nnd" how were much ridiculing nta I ofim-l in cvory for thelleroof jx iWc inanurr. New- SINGEE'S SEWING John Bull's Compound PROPOSALSFor NEW BOOKS. I SaannahethCllCj V

O141flr) cried lbs man on the fctand. OnlyImlfacwJt FLUID EXTRACT Scrcw-Propeller Sloop-of-War. JUST RECEIVED liHE ANNUAL, COURSE of LZ1URESyiI

Why, lie's worth n cent purely, fur JL commeoce on tie-first Monday in November

robbing' the Bank Make it a cent won't you, ectlenien OF SAIiSAPARILLJL, NAVY PETARTMEXT. Nriw KOOfkSA: NO1'ILq-3i-Y ncx*.

? Nov. tlior, how much am I olfomli'One i Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock Ytl- Bureau of C.ontruction, ite., June 27, 1 S57. ) V DOIIE--A Stroller in Europe : r t t TiL'F T

hundred dollars.! said n voice emphatically, low Dock, Dai.delion; pure II onduras SarSaJarilla. and r I" HE; Bureau will: receive sealed proposal:*, spocifiJL i t EL GRINGO-Tiavfl* in Mexico R. D. ARNOL.M.D... Practice Medieiu*.

a? Ool Haniev entered the door one liundn-.ul)-llarc. l- Wild Cheiry Bitk; is the most potent BLOOI* IVairiFU calions, nnd plans until the 24th
*ir" he rep-aUd. making his way through iL'- in the known woild. For the cure of Scriful.i, I next, ('fl1OlNl For fie Ccmt'ruclio of a StrnmPrrprller I MEMOIR of S. S. Prentiss Speed e*. Ac. ; : W. (;. BULLOCIT. iD Ssrgety. ,' V

rowd. half a bt'id; tailor! than any other man in Rhtnmatis.'ii, Clout; Diopy, and all Chronic Disease) *, I slP7)tlflVor,'' authorized by the act of THE DAYS of my life-A mmcv. I by the J. G. HOWARD. M. D., Xnatoray.J17RIAH .

the room. The tit i.iiecr. naturally a 4tI1JhCJ, it has LaO equal. CtincTc, approved Rd Msreh, 18!>7. j author of Margaret rind 2. iJee ; HARRISS. M.D., PhVsiolog/. V

inon'.iod: if the rentlcmanwas iu earnest, ana *tartodse.unonhisVmieiin The proposal m'iet be for the hull. cpars and snnre t l&BF.L-Anvel ; J. B. READ, M. IL. MaU-ria Meaica.I .

-. -ir' I 1ti n earnest." Mfliriii' to be fiaviJ<'ck !.iil< and Spare nih, awnI ARTISTS WIF E-A novel ; I JOSEPH JONES M. D; Chemistry:

and I t-laim iry Kid." internpvd the colour" and I to th< }{'iW'\ii Family. I ins*, Ve., h'rat. anch-iH and c.ible: ?, tanks, caks. farr.itiro V VASCONdELO.S A new mml J. J. WEST. M. D.. Pcmor. tntor. .. .
jf r' rue Ud*"more. I ciim! the j.i.-ture. No one AcIIIN-Ei: an 1 c.oki-iT nnl'>!i-.il=, the s'.ea.n machinery l.f Sinims: ; Ac, Ac. Tim Preliminary course cf Lectures Ml comment
V: lie ]ban-Jed *I h<_- aucli< ner the iii 'n< Vui.i & and ik vrith! all the ami outfit 'McDOLMALL itllOP.BY.
; Ung more T TAY1NG been Great Internal External spire w > equipments 1, I on-tI.e: lth October next. Clinical Lecture will Ixebvcied
hf address. "And row. sir, rem.trkf-i.. j appointed Spec'al Agent for the t'f3 and ia all '
I shipofva> ; to be.co'npk-tc reaily respects July 4. 57. 27 the Thw Institution
L i Fale of the regularly at City Hospital.
th-1 boliar. and dragging Ii511 l" lllcj j above the :nderi.rnefI i i is now
f.-irinz !him l y pr 1EiD-Y, # to receive her officers and men, p&oriiutm! ;, accommodate lot For
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. ions for their
liaa.l.i i.s yonr h 1-ody for your imp. rtiiK'iu-e. And ne. Maeliine i is equal to S The annHino!)!. .t'ec. nn i provisions will be fui- Jj.G. HOWARD. Dean!
L' :' : i-.n.-d )liiia 1. liii"saii-fneti" ', no% one in the 1 or ID good Seamtrcpses, and all kind of Shewing can Is wanartcd to cr.c: th. following diseaefs. t<> wit:- ni-hfl by the (ivernnieut. ; AVE IV FORK : 1;

irtuf<.r<% !I.* strode out <>f thet'rt i be done. One .r two of those Machines can be seen Cliolera. Bowel Complaints, Dyscutaiy, Wt-alc Stoma"h. 1 l.e SjCCILIC.Itj..u'; n ust fully dcccribe tie materials BOXES Cl.ampnigne Cider, July IS, 1S57. 29-Saj:

and eontinr.d )l.is walk down tin strevt.An.ilvz i ftt any time by calling on the undersigned! at his resi- ; Generrl Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, I to l.e ime.h.! tli! !.:< Llioil unj siz<.-.- of f.ttenings, the O 1 Tieiocs 1 Rict.. I
tUe pi-ilitC'M'< liarail'-r to u la.tn dence in Tallahassee. Singer's Gazette devoted ChiliA arid Fevir. Rheunntism in its worst f.'im, severe 1 P.bl. Rail Ro.vl Sui.ff. warraul cii NDUCEMiENTS-
: > necessary I paper I (jet nil of .si/.s ;srt V! am rumrIect! of the in.ichincrv, the! SlpeI ar GREAT
1,! I-- the actor i'.J i--ch n scene, nuu J thick you ; U> Sowing, will be fmni.-hcd to any one on application Burns, Ae'hinn: Pthii', lirntscp Sores Want of vniious fixtures of equipment and outfit, the cabin fir to whiten teth} ati-l purify the breath---de11 -

vill ":5vorm Paintet'sChrtlc i eaptiim, wardroom fIt 12 cfiicprs. steerage fr 14 oiliceii. V inlly better than B.-andy-9urp3tM OFFERED TO

,-- '*5t <;i-r.. IHrrivy ::/): i..ly the Iiu1tr of this j i zi-s niav be &e -n. I,. 1'. LEWIS. : Ilei'l aiiI:I Toothache. Oonirha! did.! ('singer.Tumorr npartin.-i.t ; f.>r1 forwaid 1 ofiux-rs, the store, -j: f'ht1. August 8. 1S57. 32I : wcl'inrxf.' Cut" ?ril.l3.: Scrofula or Kiag'sEsil I who the article will V
t ;dA bit-iid, cl"thiiy, i.-suii.s; rooms. Ac., mi.k bay. i.mgnzlne sons use uvc i; TI 'lIE UNDERSIGNED: i i. now receiving hu usual
I _T ,-_ -n_ !?cai let Fever and all Pain* and 'Aches, in DIE.V. .
: *; 51114.h1rOrQ! epirit ronni. )1-rMs, chain niid other f'icvu and hover 1. stk of Spring Goods, which will Le large and
k ifl1 THE Wtv.Treading cnt Innnan life Notice whatever form they may appear. This medicine has I l-iekr-ra! ; rlf, the diinfiioion1! ot tha spars, bonts, aad rtTi.iieiy: Ji. II. BERRY. j complete which 1 he offl-isnpou his initial terras to hU
been bcfoie the iblii ab iiittliiee) *, anI 1 has "
vj osi "xlvel and tnpe'trya nc.t flue design nor FOUR week aft r d'lto 1 rhall apply to the Hon. more suffering p in that time than year.: all other:*iniihir relieved -- nil the < her <'lij--t.s iiflndsd( in t the proposal. I Junu 'J7, 57 V2* | punctual customers, anti iri all instance liberal dis-

t.i of t'iir bJ ug. W ougist to welcome- conflicts, oi Pri.bate.' of JcffciMJii ci-liuty, for an }preparations eombiucd. F.T sale at DR. JoiiBui.t's Upon aj plieatit-n tI) !!hie c< *ninnnd.iri of any nivy- i FOR SALE cotr.ts, made for CASH.! D. C. WILSON.
order and decit-c for the yard, the bidder can see the lit of slon-a hUll PrC'.L. March! 1 1 I,7. 11 p
f>r i ut of f-ucli weaknesses we grow strong. The of the following described Saraapai'lla; Depot, in Louisville and New t
&ndtuiul le 'f lii> the failure litre 1aFto lands bfj'tnging) ) to the estateof B. L..cb, deceased Yoik.j sions with which tlc: iroVernmcnt will funiNli the >Lip. : ; 10 OR 1200
I r-riji > which: als( 1 m
and fIr theeonfraet. i in his
to-wit : The E i of' th S W i. and' tl.eV I r : plain : TUG LATEST SPRJXG AM) SflIMER"STYfL
a -, ,-. vial f energy there ; l.alVU-d in one scheme | of the S E i of Sec. SO, tinE i of the S W i, and j Dr. John Bull's provide e.ipac-'ity: : niid ivii.iciit s-toua;c.ITie nirClIIrQ i'f l'4 KNand 1 rr 5Iiije)

j.-aj:. as 1' clutch tIt Land of nv<.es-ity \\ih!! a linn I tImeS E 4 <'f the N ',V j of S.c. 24, the E Af the N Compound! Peetorial; of Wild Cherry, a Certain cuie plan"' must be working drvings, from which 1 3 L k iJ 1 IMO pound: of BACON, ; S

: ud ;i3ii'nr position in -mother! quart or. j W 4 of See. 28. and the S 4 of thS V,' i of Sec. 21 for Coughs, Coldsiiid ull di-easra of: the Throat an J I the 1-li'p ".i'i be built fhowinj the inboird, arrange Miccasi.kif. 1'tf-T tO

: \iTj-j1.\ KiM-ta* .vr.d lii'l:!> to know th- beauty of plain* all iu T 2, R 5, N and E, c 'utaining in all 440 acres 1 Lr.ngs.Sold inents the nl! .'tni'-nu for of s-paec fr nceoinniodations! Mcs. r5. r;. J. MIUJ INNISS.- : To be had at
for SI(ore t lOdins, the ?; \vae of th-1 various < '
i more oA1' 3o?. by AMES ,t LI\ ELY, T.-.ll. : ..-'? < tijirt Jnv' 4. ;57.: :'J7Per"Wm.B.Pettis'f V
I ; i SaucL is a ::'-o'l l:5ny!: 1 tt ti ery wiihjoyVesvr of eq'iipnmil, outtits. pii\nnr.'t( and I tores, the ai-
>, n 7 acre lot in the NoiU.ein addition of the Principal Oilicea Louiiil and New .t ork.I V D. WILSON'S.
<- ofa ret ;: !:! i.i vhi-eli, through iliin- ton-u of Mi.iitu.ello, t-n tl.e right ol the load: leading I June 27. '57. !fiRul lan euM'ii1' of t inacliiiiery I m m i I a mid the disposition t of the .* *-V

I htkL I I e n ii-iii oiit..l.] i r..>Mer. to Geoigio. To be sold for the payment of the dbts 'al. TliL-ic nut also be a plan: of the sail*, showing ; rprI}: UNDERSIGNED U now receiving n Urga

I tf paid estate. E. E. BLACKBURN, Ail-i.tV. WAKUILAIEOK WOEKS I tl.) <- coutr! =, top sai!<, top gallant sails, jib, and spun- : I'!?0.11 .Y/H I OHLK LY.V.- _1_ and varied stockf SPRING and HUMMEi

_1iitIier Keller from Tcia. August 8, 1S57. 24wQUININE k'-r. I -' CASKS j'h4 I'4 Sho'.ie. OOOI'.S.' to the pfcc-tifn of which he invite the
TEAVK. i'cv. Trs* Acs15, 1S3. :rTow 1cu't 1'1 The plena will be aecoir.paii'to.J by a mndtl, which, I I ) 1 plfiiti Il.iriis. Public generaly! :
with iht* ol the hull nniat be le ofO'4
, ira\\itiis on u sc.
yt *. Fltinliij fi-ot. -lirar Mrs; There vere i>c%eri1a : Tirees Sugar Cirt-I hIirs, PAEt : V
t cf inch to foot. COX I TINO IN >K.CLiutz. .,
( r an a
of CWlrflUiS Tovr in tty tr'' fn>ily si iluI'mu' This IMaMirhnuat: is \ quaitt 1 Smoked !Uetf, .
-! ; rI'Mtt\ 1'dl! IJIust.j
The to be reed f--r ehnse s'r-in and hroadidf .Barege (I renaiiinc .
T ship pi< ,
v .Tt virtA 11 nf M'Jji '-" J.ivcr i'i)! ''i"! Oi) MTStlj r:: Qusiiiito i ti Ilhd" choice Brown mirar.
I.'th. i'-i a 1-w 'osi-s a'liiilu'.iTo.J In caeb cs v i>ro4:11 f/ fan* KrujcSto-ctl', w.th n t'H-it viitiefv 'I | I polls I I Ihr la'tci n<>t l"-s than I 12 in iiuu.bcr on ?; Db.VI.1V.trn Smid Smmp'.rtir IIIt'! arid flob ,
1 j each i-i'le, :.nd I t to bo 1 f font 2 i-ichcs lron: c toj Solid Coture! I aud Figured fbireg',
of Chemical. AMES A LIVELY.I ( r..c I
- : ; 4'c4' 5 >*iIM-t.: il'U Ji ii"ni-raii>g tlie tfili-n-ufj! vf.Vs. pure QINCEtheder.'aofilr.: : Pond, .Mr. GI.O. S. hi, ; 1 \\ hire Beaus, V -
n' "a"i 1'.t iu thai Lr -. .- *. ,I Atign-t s, is-57. :..2I j! k..* I has I I laKiii 1 C l.i 1t' : all i eomh-nitMtioiH' i m: ( I I.eref.ire j ee1l'.I e. The j p"it &':!! to be 2Uinchrsabovp tl.cdeel: ; 1 Lard I)1!, I Silk Tissues iu-1 Crepe de Pari.-f, -

:. v lia- n"" 1* 'r<' !l I.J v. -h t ;;, -:, 1. li.-iil-a.-liv'sla'i' I (] ivy t to \Vt.!k. ,t--.. sb'uil.1, be !'diri-l !?d to him. i the jK'iU! 4i; n.-li-! f iv ji'id aft, SILl! 3S iiicl.c-s ill i 2 Chintz Brilliants.
I [ i iptli.. I Printed Lnwu. fn-m 10 to 75 fts... .
Cotton Gins.
1b 4fl, ctm. rc.ttkin iee' 1'ii'K. nuJ as we ttzitu Taylor's Ail v.'oik i '-oi.ii.'r.iu'.ci! tl.t-li.r.d ff tliis Lusine-- : 2 L-iid,
'1 !ic %-C'7.t! < f.trinawpi.l t tO bo provi-c-d! for in the : I'rench.Scf.toh, nod Arnr'n.Gtn l 1s.ivvtF
f '- wi1! T'l'S-rf' si u J i..i an tti !! : will be riiiptly, zmchiaeLllv' r.n.1 in-atly: iruudat : l 1 ik-i fled
i j
.w -i E
\V have on )hand (Giis of 4". 45 ;inl 1 oO Siw I d'pla; *-' nit-i.t wiil b? K't f : t"iH cf 2.2io pound*. F Fienib. Enirlith. and Amer'n. Piint'
ior". 1. 4u1 T ar.lca'j I as m T dilivtr thi-ris: i-i'lier i lu-reor at New- Th" ti'tjil( riinipleimi.t) of officers and nun will '1. Black Pollt de IM1Ie.
iI:1Ivr1I: w. !ttiy.: I 2 B.xe* Lemon.
poll 1, at *-.i:> :a\v, p.uai'Ic' 1st Jaiu.ry; : iixf.ALSO V Black Gro de rhine
I pt to5! ; TI'I i the Otip inu-t tf.w pro\isi.u ,
1 pciJMis I lWf.S. ar.-dToi .
Tliis E-tsl.ii 1 Pox Smoked '
h-iici.t i
f'J*?" rnrrii **nf iHl i purpose i 1"0 1 : Ill: \ ?, and water: fm i 00' ) lays. v itT, a cond'-n.'er ? black Challies,
- ;:LJII.T1Ii ji.l11Ui: ; niitf: tiri1 y FLUG of making moneyrange( ( toav..) a-t dear bought Poi Sale f.l J.>7by R. il.
3., ,.r/' ',''- ', ./*, /'... AliotivrVerm.fupr! HI eInptri- i l Browu's V."u.-l.i-.g Ma( Lln-t." made al Coluuibus, j!I expt.iii.iiCL- !einonlr.ted to uie, it mnuot be done for distillinc fie h walfT. Fuel t l l'e carry I f--r I 13d.ivs' : June 1"7.:; 21Corn Alpaca's aud luliLtm.znee.

: ii j i.i- J'r. M'.ancV p i.uirc \ orniiln f. ul?" Gei'rsria. HOPKINS \ ME.HNN1SS.; Agents j in( ilii< rzi io-i jt; tl.is blanch: of business-b'lt for I thoi fi'll teji'n'ii') *. ajd tho vesl to mako un>her Linens. \

1 .. : i.v- !Li' r r-;;! efl !'w i .- iiail si.J ri>jixtsMe I August S, 1S57. i2 [Sti.t. copy. i bcnciit <>f the unfoituiiateho: hij'pcu to have EnI steam alone at li.-r -cp-load clrauicnt of v/at'-r ten i .

; : .. v. r ;-: ,:. ,, ./ I gii"s( and such like toiepair.T' i knot in a sniooth =. ri. The deep! loR'!ld.an ht of \vat I BL-SIlIr.s: ('I iRN. ter sile LvI Fronting nn.l Shirtir.g Linens,
: 1 LE'.I1NG rins; Sea Island Cotton Gins t ttr, whui :uned and! filly: etipp} wih! men, pro- I IUHJ Pillow! ('use and Sheeting Lmeoe -
I t FEW (If 1J1LJ. .S Jjj'i) -JV.IY'I\7' J.rrtu'. ;, ( I,',;, ., fV. f' f ( Oi.tt/.4- to oxfc" I I JO; f. .-I, iiiV i thj 1-ivrecl.. pTt still to be S Mardi 21. :\;7. 12RiceFresh i Faney 1.inuisfor, Ucut.ian I Youths wear.

t l.r M L1)IToDo: l tis the !favor toan- | JSiA I.SL1XD I'irj'roX O' _VS/'Jorsale by rq '4 i,,. .1 (Ii;! ;ti fvt abovo t tin} i' ::1,1! I'1.TIio .

:flc: : v-:.. r t:.e >fk'if l riff for the I the subscribers--deliverable at Tall.il.asss or Ncwi I .Vt ef:4i : <; (fj.i7>ll ip ; slid (tl.cb 'ii'I Eice.X i V& Spring. and Summer

Oolobe i port., Pi ice ?125. Shaft in:;. Pulli.-s. Pluar: B-.xc-s, Hangings f..rjaftiusrs. r in l.avo a tcle ((opc chimney. so that the hip n.ay /\ AVHuLE and HALF Tierces of Rice toanive V V? :T.-: V, V 5"? f:;
(ttUfl'If* L<*'n, nt the n'.ng; r-l.-c'.i'u in : j 'These GINS have iriven ret suti.-faciicn to all : Spur ( 0101:1g.V.t I. an I S it-am Pipe, not be iinpaiicd I as a cruise: under sail, f.r which this > .i i j'i a few daS dir from Cl.-iiltt-ti'ii: Send isaAr "

c<*. Mr. KlClIAni) h.irNDEl i \\\M\ have LtictofuiL- had !tin-in. i :X-p: Cock?, (Gaugi-; Cock?, f5rate: ]'.tt-. I Plow Ca-liu intended in \osir! or !I. n and h-ivc it marked, via who) want.ALVO : r.o& ?* A

: MANY VOTEUS.t I N.UGIITOflM(1ND. j Srgar l 1.Ikrs.. Csrcjl-ir an 1 Upright? Saw Mill and The Li'Mcr v.illfate the timeennsMcreliiceti 1 :iiy F.VEKY jICaJo. y

NewrdIt. Au-ust S, 1.-J7. :;-2 | Gii-t Mill Gcriiirig; (Cirfui.irand: I'pr:;:! t fc>ars. *le.. to / mplit' tilt .hip fr pen, (" 'ether with the pi ice, 150 P. 'xr* of Mivmf.vturcd TOBACCO, at lower
.:?' 31 K. llmroi: :-Do us the favor to -- -- ---- lie. (Gci; iill\ fully eipiipped as l'f.'re natiii'iL
-V lcM k
I i :m< < pt on JJand, or g.-t up; r.n Short piicf* thiirt you pay tl.is Spring ia the big city .-f Bonnets
tnao-jucc iu .rour ucxl isuo, fir rccltf tic! dt1;.:itni 'i.t iu iiuitinr propo aNis New York. For furth'-r particular enquire at I ,
Woik in this J.ino I Done i to obtain the lu.-t -l.ip-of--.vur I that the iiuieanti'c [ rjvT} -A l IKCS A-nSO.ITMENT OF 7
j and with \ery
Right; )
Collivttr for the )
vfureof Tax AeEs'r an-1 cu uty up Di-pateh. D. LADD) Newport.
weeks from dale the undci signed xull npp.lv to nnd will be nceive V&.ENGLIdII. FRENCH AND AMERrJICAN \
ran produce propals
SIX | Having some hall a d i''Z.m1 F.iglii": ( myeclfom'tantly tnanne March 21 ;7. 12 ,
cfJeoatthe ensuing OcLul>cr election, ilr. L. C Probate Court of Leon count\ for let ttis vf lunning, caused the Ett'li1lmcnt: } t'i be civctcd <] froin }lip bnll.lcrs ojily. STRAW BONNETS,

:''ETILLY. Ilei-cctfuly! admini-tra'Jon, upon the C.-tatc of Chailes I). Me'ov( i| the fame eaue must k-ep it Thertforc The proposal: ?, specifications, nnd flrawmgrs: V which -' 1! 'V rrt p
late of Leon up. you can 1 A i i I 1j TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS
MANY VOTERS.njr" touuty. I always rely en Laving woik ilouc at the coiif'iim, I to the conditions Iii)". pri-scritiud. and combine -
_ August S, 1S07. o-2-Gw the reittt: iunib/r: ( ifalvtmtzicsvlhl; be ?otfl ALSO A LARGE A-i! ORTME.NT OF 4f
ron TIK!
{:: :: We :irc .intbn.-izod and reqieded{ to WAKiT.LA 1/ffl.Y WOJiKS.A !' it aud I tlC i pnce! nm lime, d-'j'arlmriit: h licforc a coLt ract will be ma le. 'llne) and Summer of 1857.rt
Spring .
atr.wunce LKMUI3L oNE i.sacand dJt forTkXASCS''i I'b P.BL-5. TJIOMAhToN LIME, icc ; Hire ('we.i \" .\r\f\ Impa!;tid Thin 1 .'Iut] : itti? "mm (.fbi.'Krs' as successful con-struet'tts will ..
: ntJ CVikctut .f Lfou county, fit tLv rice ,) hae (IU.: weight. specifications, drawing and I mi: srP-CllI5F: hive rec-ived by L'xi ress. '
3 ived per trig Saiii n.Soreale PAY PAY moil.-ls i f parties: not obtaining the contract can bewrh'lra.v L a f.v of thi-e nv-'t F.I !hI "ubl- and by f.tr theChantilly Rich, Valenciue. Maltese and HcnalLon mttsCollais (it
t-; ..i in October r.- it.Drs. by G.; \ .I.ME1NNIs; ,. PAY br iht-ui. 1l.'t .1. -ii lilt anti under SkZ'res, V

: August 1. Ib57. SIBranwhite's 1- U : j Emb'd. Mouiliti Collars, from 12* cts. to jStX.Emh'J. .
Y u! wi'.im 1 t- N.v Yoik, Phila-l.! : Ij.l.ia! : and Baltirnorr July 11, lS:7.United. CS \ Lace Mantillas mou'hn Sleeves.
bbrfiscniinf.j and I haw woik .1 'hO. \iitirmt i for; a m''iient
1eu Patent i dreaming of cred-r.! h! 1 but li< nat li' me, wheie there aie of v.uioti" pat'i:r-: an-1 iK''i/n v.'iich they vffci on V
Mail Line the icasonable! ttrmCall early if wish Hats
no Bank.r Banking facilities 01 -irplus eaj utah. oIl I Iwnnt States lOot you ,
SELF-SEALING AIR-TIGHT CANS, j jFOP. 1, 2, ::, -1 and 5 yeais neuif. amid then it-quire! 1 tilt choice selectBUTLER!, [)E2l1AI. j A LARGS AHORTMkXT OfGeots

j MEZIC.tJ4 1OTCL'. PRESERVIX I FRUIT, .vc. j jSUBSCRIMKi one to ri iu from 5'i to :"jio m.'k-s fr pay, tmj.1 1 probably r r. o i March 1 1. T ili V I and Youths Spring and Summer
NlVolL1Acs: : : i'o KEY %V1'l' VhATS.
, 'yiIE i ; hi:1: = :-l r-c.ivcd aldcf [ rlUiiaU-v( ] f\;>'-.i: I fr.nn I'i to 25 p< r int "f .

E. (.{ !: :.v. J. I.. PtLMP.1l. V t!.<-s amount in C'lllVcting : i Is this right ? I? this oneor.rr.ging -tNt- i Tallahassee Sash and Blind t

>. whicb he o'Kr r.t a sll:: ngc-jst. Ii tit. Y t.I get.il.les J Home In l.i.-try. ? I Ifs.), can you bo surpitsed i 1 1I L\"nn.Mii: : \ 'u: rnorjDA J'ORTS, i cxEL-Y. Clothing

GORMAN & PALMER, I an-1 Berii'- cam bo e.-L-ilv pr--orved in then I that it iloe not thri\e t tAirangfmwits W : 'I HE uudersigncd; adopts this method( t.f infomvng ,
CSXMll..t: till THE
HAXIX'J jnsoriath'TKOYta' to. etlur! in the ; In' attodit.g: to the sin-pie ciir.jci: ; <.us v.l.ich aee'impany Mti't I be n.a'te f.-r payw. ut I Ufoted.livciy j'I 1 the public, th'it: h> has recottiincncrd the atx>veJ A LAUGE .k.leVla.rMEir Oi .

? / f JI li'-ioe: ;.::< vrs:""'. '"F-r r.i /;IL J b-i'.iiiR in tins city of Tullniia ee, an-1 would 1ej Gouts fashionable CLOTHING I

7 r'-' -nal! ,scMK-vs t Z .J/.ti 0; '. iiK'tuI; : cap. thus il- ig away ( uLin.lv with wax. ceI b"M.Mask-! TiJ..liu--t--, : .-_tha) i* far( -i.u h fioin S ult UAV\N % AM> \1UESTO.V. AT KIT '(VFS?. j p! >ad receive the patroiing* of his fiien.U. Shop Boots and Shoes

c.i.i.U'run: ? CDTI'!y.A.ut I n.ci'.t: or the sodf ling iron. They are the Lt.-t t'.um e. -V.---- --TO( --- | at tIc Rail R"ad Depot. I. \\". BOW CN. ;
: 15, 1S57. in use. lie Las aNo on htn hard ean.ings i'i t th! Tin: 1)UTILRN! _
s J.pu: tnui1t. Besidrs, when 1 -
them size u J IL1
any from a qUaIL up to :: : ?, Gfii #, Youtlw and ChildSIIOfiSA .
ETcA ten gallons. Now i i- the time, TVLilc Peaches, Toma-: j Lib.r; i< en-diVd out, pam t1( .-, try l.ard to m iko themselves Vj CV LARGE lot just re- L S OSerractd -

{ )eS, Coin, t can be had' fii.., to lay npforfallaii.1! I bchcve it i# ml half dune, because they owe Steamship tp-- Company t' I (:j!( Alt O. eeiv.-d ,b? S

INSURANCE CONPANY whiter tze a fall ftj.j'v; c-f tl.frr .-tithe?. Call at f.rit. "F 'cIw; :'=! : riflt.ENI MDVGALLt) hLt'L'iii.Murcim SH.OES ct'evcir qual.tv.STAPLE V
DAMIL: LADD. I /.i7. 12
once. THOMAS WHITE.N. AVINtf t.il-i'D (!.< nviil rontr.iet f.r its. GOODS.
: nbovej
B.-AcyotUr.-rceof! TLV WARE can be Nt-w I'- Tuy! 11 1---.7.. 2i :JT I I
will! run two pft (11S5 !Sea Steamers regularly CotOP nii Linen Osnabur
Bbls7 .
had at Us ma'infjch.ry. next dor-r to the tl'.re of 200 Assorted Flonr s.Browu
tvicc ft nwilh. m< etini; in the Spanish Hole on the and Blup and '
111tOIra1r in M.\ Charier Perpetual.C.4 Blurting S'laetinzif
] Messrs. G. t J. Megir.nc5.Au'guef STATE OF .
FLORIDA. I 15th 1 2''h.' l leaving th-- siino! evening. -
1, 1657. Cl an an I< BBLP1tmlt'-; .'lfll I cy.tr:: brands. r. Matlbi>ruu h Plaid-* and Stiipes,

> SI CATirAF.,_SiSOOO,000. incur,, KI.KCTIOX. THE *7."AMInS7'A'.1 I }*" tv ( fl 73 4. }.XtIat St. Louiasupeiiinc, Chv.viw: Stiipes, Apron Chucks, I

111 ICI.'L Nc w Port in the 'morning, and S't. M-irk? :;o SIIItrfl1.! Bet I Ticking ie, Ac, &c. .. ,
For Sale -5.
i'r-Lt; MttN-T J.i' AI) J)AMA JI: uv rir.n t lu minus < mm tl-e uuival of t the Can frorvi Tallahp.'see. :EcAEt1DwAEw. -

( .itn'i- AJ>APTIDTO: Tin; HAZAIID, A Vurtau I1! A,T\TIOX ix Lrov Cc-t yir, FLA."w taking mail pa'svnijtrp, li.iggagc ami freigl'i to und Ta.ore!: ) \\ ill h b-> sold l>,\; for C\sn and C.i! only A Inn-,.; and well sleeted s-tock of If ARDWARK 4
N"ITiXT WITH TILE J.AIVsu. f.oi.i the. Steamer and rctutuii in season for the afternoon and! KI 1-jts to dealers MU I u-taih-r* r.t rt-di.crd; pri- j
; t All ol (tho above tithes will
A 7"ILL I'* H-M at {.mjate saje, that fine plau'ati) n I It \AriJEREAS tl.e Hon.( Win. A. Forward has reT cc<. by D. C. WILSON. am be sold low by
UiI1TIoN. V train.
f known f.the I! IJ.irrox PI art,'' f.roj.ily T !zrmd! the < fie: < f Ju !0v ..f thc Circuit (Cor.it, t t D. C. WILSON.
1;. LJ\VIS: .i f/i/ Thf tr. veiling public em: now rc< :a-wiiid th.it thblnii March 11. '07. U
owned bCol.. David T'IITIW, and now by Bi3 ama'rliu. for the Ea- tern Jidi.-i: 1 Circuit ; Tla-ufoie, an eU-c- V 4 V
I tlosircil! und I I
I\.r Tallal.nsse nnd vkiuitv. .some t. n n.i'es N. E. if TalahacX!: The I li'.n is: hereby ('I ihlil, to be hold in the ses-eial Counties friquently attempted Ciili4lYict-! Bacon and Flour.
ti I to and from the above \ in hiitk haiuJa
)i; poitsz m as
kgtct1z;. IE& ;. d(1LjttiVli contains Tweuly five Hun-'red Acre of ((Kr.po ;:ig t the l::utirn t Ciicuit t, (Ill Monday, I the I Ik Book Bindery.
to rant and success. / A BRLS. i-i. !i' half lI ,
_: vtm: pernK-ncy: 'ur, ( )
Land thegit'aU-r paitf \\ hi(1m is equal to land 5lh d'ty of fur
O-tobcirpioxiino Judge to fill
any one theurIexpLred '
J'assen,dS having slave snvais: : inu t see to ) '. .' 1 llhk Ba--oa SiJ-s, rIJjE' Book Bindery ol McDOUGALL fc HOBBr.
in Flo.-i-la. There a IT.bout we've or fouilc-n hundred i.rmn.
Notice. cl'-niiiy, tLviii at the C'ujt-im House, before g"iiig onboard. J-l, 1 r.r.I. that XAMK airaiti in opelatAlin.Mardi2l. .
( acres of open lau.I, and t-c! remainder finely tim- The Judges' of Probate in tl.r gfveial: Counties of FREXfHlaiiKiing B14'E..111. '

1 DOL.-reby spj-.ii,' :,:v wu W. II. GIBSON, b'-it-d. incluuhig a large qiimtty of very p"ftri"r land, fai.j CiiC'jit; will take: due notice hero* f, and make tl.on 1.'" from the Pet tt. and for sale by ,7. 12 __ __
1'hik after voursvlf.
A lo
my duly uuth riz-d Ab'-t t f< r me &nd in my \ et to clear. The improvements are very goodi turns to the oflii-e of the yecict .ry of Slate in the :3) yrIri; naga: McNAUGlIT, ORMOND & CO.

u*, tj lianr.i. all of mv btl-i:4eE s, during mv ill- dwelling hou e, good (quaiters for about one l.undre 1 nvia'ier prf cnbed by law. 1'orfuitlicr t paitirul t ij, Applv to Apiil__IS, :,' ';. la Seed Rice.
DANir.L 1 i; i LADD A 'rnt. j
L. JAMES GIBSON. negroes, g 1v, TC' O4.1 v-**** T4i !I for onc-tLiid cash, the balance in one and twj years, anJ caused to be affixed the great seal rf the New Poll, FJ.r. July 11, 18.J7. L'S Gloves, Hosiery, & ldkfs, -I V/W HOPKINS) .6 .EcXN.tsS.

with iut'-rest frum date of sale. The plantation will :ztat e. Done, at the Capitol in I the city of Talla- ADILS. Mivsc*. Ge-itlftiietis', and Boys'Hoie Man-hCI, '57.: 12'V

825 REWARD. K<-fhown to any cue desiiing to purchase, by Mr. !m>-:, H-is 31st day of July, A. I). 18:1 7.; Just Received, I__J :in I half I liiti. ---------VV V _

I) ANAWA Y from the subscriber, near MadiI Hyman the manager MI the plucc. Purchasers v,Vjhl JAM J1BUOOME, ( cvern.r. PI-R "J. G. ANDERSON," B-irk. Thr-\d :HM.I.I L'IUGInvM! j Springand Summer Styles;
apply to the un 1erignc.J in TallaLasee. Attest : f
ii V ton C. 11, a nogto man named THOI1N1 Ei'ghrhTw'lleidlcur! 1 Lm- CambiicIIIkfLanuini' -.
A MEATTIKl'l. AND V.'ITEDt.cI'TJEV.j' | 3T011037.
'>N, nrei 23 years, -weishs about 150 pounds, W. CALL. F. ViLi.incLE, Secretary of State. : pr Sa'n; ;>-".-n ;ai..l P-r '>ale by V
rAlhi-r light t unjilectc'l, broad face, has a Finite MUCH Julv 25, ] S37.WHO So-tf All ll.e pipers: in the EaUem Judicial Circuit will (11"I \Al-GHT.! ORJIOND & CO. j PHI: SrBSCUIBII; : have rci-nvcil ly the la.t.L

*;> ken to. pirl duwn !K.'k, legs somewhat crooked, I lublieh till day of election. ISLE I'.RAIDS.i
i"--! trthciind, is Jib'nit 5 f-t-t i) r-chea high. WANTS MONEY ? A-Jiru't 1 1. 1S57. SI Sled Spiinir) tjl-olcton (Skirl.s, Sett* I lra! '3 Skiit _ V_ itmcnt if LAME DRP-sS GOODS, xeuuifoof

? ai i IJ-y 1.rtnr1vuwtied'bvJuhge: Chase of Mont Hoop. BLTLIIU A DUNHAM. SPRING & SUMMER aniiuiM? variety of the nn st fnbhionable styles

t!':< .lo. an has prubal/'y made way to that place, 00,000 BROADWAY GOLD PEN June 27, -.;7. 20 I I ot Parb Ii im.te.l Or :an.li.i on plain anti plaid lotbs,
G cDI ; from
plain to full chintz coLn.l.Or .
T t.> Newvon wLtre he has The above
acquaintance. MAY BIOBTAIEI!> HY I'.itl lClNG DOLLARS, ----4.4.pI1OIUKISS -
r'-Wfird wi!'. \\m paid fjr his apjMehcuion. Any information Manufacturing Co, amly robiilis.. ns entirely new,
Jlnlves aud c Tickets Just Received ,
iiarffr ) SCOTT & POOLE Jaconet: I
thankful]v reei ved. ,
IN PRO PORTION. :C33: isKovmvAYARE NLW VOUH, FILIIECJ .' rvcrc rcber, ttaign* fotfrelTnew
1 ye,' "iiO)1 (,' ;i Win. APcttis : Arc now re.Vu i in a Lar e Slock of (;ieuiihit. r..bc.- tr/petl/ BnciJj a'nJ *'
thf-ir ?
MJimiAugust 13, 18o7. 3:{ now selling splendid Gold Pens. Pen- Chios
J.t.1'EJ flOUXTY, ACAHEMY LOTTEHYEY aT1l Pen, ('a'ci at the Lowest Retail Prices, ? A P11U.MS) l'rehi Diied Figs HPKIX{ <5XO SUMMKR: iOODS 1'f..tiiei. .

500 AGENTS WANTED ACTHOUnV of the -TATH of CIIOKGIA, aud each purchaser Diaws a ? ) _J t 0; lo.\o! Fri'-h I>mo<.n, .fI4hra'umif.: ,' ov rv imaginable style ofLAIUFS' Foulard silk HouLlce4.

havana Plau, Single Xuinbcra.SO.OOO I'REM IIJM-I1HEM I kl-PJEMJ UM 2 Cases Guava Jelly, ) : lliiss) : GOODS, viz : Double skilled M.irqui F'uuce*. tvg<'tl.r with
A HOMESTEAD FOR 810 : 1 Trail New Pates. bonutifiu abutment ot Linen Cambnc* ia tlrcsa
of from 50 Cents to $ kUQ I ..tt is: .I 'cTLt: S. iti ) 1t'lI.L\_ white V
TICKCTS-::.2'C I'fTC ES AMES & 1..l\'ELY. : ,- p&tttrn.*. piintedand Polka spot.Bnlliantes,

THIKIJ ITri5ION. Antovnttny j to $210,10'"'. As soon as a Pen or Penfil i is purchased, the Prcniiuij June in, 7. 21 ; :' :- ': &I., &1V. printed IVtealcs in great varietv. tc.. A-e.. Ac. I SV
$ 1oooo Worth of Farms and Building ia dflivcrol lujmed'uftl.ii : ; BLTLERADENHA.M.Mo .
V A !lnr"t:m lot of i'S'_ ( lotliiitg,

LOTS Prizes PajaLle Withc.ut Deduction.AXDE1WOX ol rr.s** AM THE KEIAII. rulcEs : FULTON FOUNDRY; A Lngr i lot of .Moiis' (C'lothiiii( !;, 1 I t'r>7. 11 .

I" TUT CiL3 EtGWX Of CULITITEII CO, V1EGIM*, ..1SOX. Gold; Puis.?1 23 and; 1 Gift
Marngcr-, 11JaLtIEtcc IY'la. l listits Simos Hat anti
; <, Cap ,
Ln ii f-lr-c Opening of the Season
riyt M- 250( 2ifls(.! ;
the Successors to J. WIVTEU
he divided amo'igo 1 0.200 subscribers on Manager. MMIKUNDKKSKSNKD) : beleave to inf-rni: the
-1 Silver Ex. Holders 2 f.O 2 do And every other arliclo of Merchandise titahle
- 7lh of Decembei, 18i7. Subacripu o.\i.r .1. that have as'.i'eittcl ticni! thcs inbuiiuebS
pnblie they BONNETS
f.ir this
Silver Dbl.) Ex. Holders. matkct.Z. .
Our LolteiK-s diaw in Macon a 7.r .T t 410
I fly down or 15 one half down the rest on delivery Gu. (Small Schemes) ,
; un.kr the aid of -
Mammoth J n.unc ; style Z. Call an1 1 r-\Mi.ii,.> tli.i TIKUKiKlSS
5 00 4 lo < '
*>? the DEED. Every eubscribT will pet a Building evtiy Salurday. and in Savannah, Gn.LargcScbimcs( ) Head Dresses FrenchFlower V
L-3t or a Farm, rangins iu value fiorn J I 10 to 823.00iJ. abuut the 15th of every month.CLASS Ix-viathan 0 25 f do i Carrty, IJaya & To,, I I ( ( I I SCOTT Ar'P() )j i :. *,
Tuosa row.f.r.a Pen Gold I Desk) IIol.K-r. .". 75 3 (10damuithi | April !hi'n7.I 15 Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edgings
Farms and Lot are sold sr, cheap to induce for the purpos" of following: the trade of )Fonndi-rs and
*tttlement fufficient number bt-iug reserved, the AA, tl: box f, L'5 5 i4o i iLuMiG'l.lPcn Machinist; and are prepared: to ex -ute nil kinds of &c., &c. V

iiereae in te) value of which will compensate for the DHAWS ArnisT J7rnJ8."i7 (JldDeskHorri"I 0 25 5 io | woik appertaining to this Imsnio1', Sttam Eugmosfuim I Just Received from N Y -
ATARMORY Gothic SilvrCii-e and Gold Pen. .1 75 BonntU trimmed, -
apparent low price now asked. Upwards of 13.01iU 3 I IM.im'oth hei| to ordei and warranted' lo give sati-faction.> FK\\r lornoftlmsf' MOTRNING "
H A L L SAVANNAH OA Go'ic Silv'i Ca ,
are alit-ady t ,ld, and a company ofhettlers, called uar Mills and Cartings of all kIIIVVIS! mule with), .1I iiAUS. i.
Gold T.M.th Pkl;. 2 f.O '_' Crape
The Jiipjiahaunock Pioneer AsMK-intiou, is now UiuU r llit tiirviM 'ijurinli itlifil
'4 and Jar Pick; . 375 3 l-i I A I. S (1 -- Crnre anti Straw Borbet trimmed,
form.ng md ':vill soon commence a FcttlcmcnL AmJ'e of all!L kind of Machinery; an Kii iiiyering. They V : V
v. R. Symona and J. M. Prcnti-s, Ej4. Gold Wa'h ToTli Pick Pen'l I A few dozrii GEKMAX P.ITTEo'S: While: and Black frame
Key, .t 3{ 75 .
3Lailies' do
f>ecuiit vl!! b rivn f>r the faithful performance arc :al.io solo aLt'i4t4 f<>i' Hoard & Sons .Ste.in Kngincj "
Gcdd Pencils. . . 2 f.O 2 do | BUTLER A: DE.MHAM. Plsin StrjiW
r (-'ntrae ti. promises. Nearly' 45,000 acres t'flani ( .1 /17'1J.S of >fi-2"nO.lO,000.. >'.',,- 'I ta for (Oinnin! .' Cotton, U ifiiJIng? ammd. Sawing, and Jlarlisoifs : .1 0111 (17 I7 2i; Hair Neapotilaad V

io t.'fr: t-it part" of Virginia, now at command 000, -1000, 2000' :i Piizes.f ilouO, 5 of S500, 100of 'I p.(1)" Giist Mills fur steam or horse power. Flat Bioonific, Gipsito; Shaker Hood Infant L
5 00
d will! be so'd' to settlers at from 1, up to ?COO.jt >100, 100 of ?50, 3000 of30 and 75. Approximation (. 'I and IVn. . C 25 -1 5 doGents'Gold do JOSKl'lf (CAIiDV | French Flowers iii,?,). C'hImrg. 1'c. a.'. g- V
Iit will in all itf WILLIAM 15AVA ,
car( ,
r arre /,1.&rRiil.c prizes amounting 3,760
; Cases and I Pni. . 1000( ( S do Head Dresses unsurpassed for style and variety
;'"*. i0.'j l cutterh, rt.nwi*. fanaern, Ac, fire wan- Whole Ttckdx ?M, Ji'olse* 5, QnirUfS ?2,50. '4 'I Mm'()thpizel2 fo() 10 do JOHN CARDV. ARTIFICIALS. &c.! &C. Ribbons of the most fsqnisite designs in great variety. V V
:<-JanJ JO'!) AOKXTS to ol'tai'.i euleci ilx-ra, to horn May 0, 'S7. 22-ly > Y l"Jre.s ha\ received Mjcfc and while
Wo warrant all our Gold Pens to be 1 Diamond Pi in- 1 wo : ? a beautiful abhmt- Plusbea. nanuw, medium' and
ti* ?D'i't liters! inducemiiits wi..1;:! l'c given.' Some Look to your interest and compare this Scheme with ted, and not biirpasdt-d by any establishment in (the V > nifit i.f the above, selected in New Yoik fn.ni wido, Blond } iJgins. Zpphyr Lace and all other arti-

A?(_.;.i. Tjire Jnnt they are niaku.; f::?00 per month. any other. states, and besides given you a IVn! i
"t fA'! rmjcaloij. Subscriptions Ageuti?*, &c-, JIP"3'y worth your money we also present you with Gifts maiket. BUTLER t DENHAM. tot'tL' BUTLER 4 DENH'AII.
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at
ta E. BAUDi'Ii, par. March 1 2 J57. Maich 14
worth from 50 cents to ?l,0ou i in, 11Groceries 'm1. % n -
Port Ikm al. Caroline Co, "\ a. Checks on New York remitted fr prizes. Number Two.
Angmt 15 I6i7 23Notice. Address orders for tickets or Ccitihcales of P.u-ka- GOLD; BATCHES GOLD OfaRO A.NIi VEhT CIUIX3.

---, -- o '-s of Tickets to Gold Lockets, Diamond Pins. Cameo nett( (Gold irii living the experiment of furnithirrg hOC Summer of
ANDERSON & SON. Managers. Studs ltirig: Breast Pins, Silt er Fruit and VI at Tallahassc at'2 (( 3 cents 'i1 lt thus fur, ') O BULK. SUO A R. various qualities, 1857; .,

./ Macon or Savannah, Ga. Cake Baskets, tiilver Goblet;?, <.1e.l \vi: find at these rates and ns lung a season's sale as l O 20( sack? CO FF E E. \ThIITE GOODS of every d ciipJioa amana

? FOUR v. Ltks after date I shall apply to the Hon. July 25, 1857. .J 0'EV'1il1fV7'i; .I GXfTX I can be expected will leave us ut Icabt .100 out of Butter Pilot Bread, Crackers; Barley, which we mention : -

of I'ttbitc of G&Jsaetl county, for leave pocket, in actual cost of Ice delivered. The hiss in 1V.I. Bans, Tobaccos'ines, 10 4 and 1M: Alleodilc Sheeting -

:( Edi tL fuowij!! dccribed laoJ bIonging to the Don7t Bead This Now is the time and here is tic chance to make tr.iiiporting and selling at Tallahassee 13 more than Liiiquors; Ale and Porter, Vinegar. Sauces,. Pillow Case Li'oeu. V V V V
pctate tf William 1,000- ,0UO-3o00-5O0O two for one. While cooling -IPC leant la If kept
within >
Gormnan. JeeeaieJ. lying you Pickles, Soap. SoJi: Shol,. ead. Oils, Ac. SV4 a&d 10-4 Cowntcjf'an g,

'id; j( to-'a-it. The JL4 2 cif the *J W J of eec.t4 OH, DOv TIJWE per year, iu the sale of Gold Pens. Jewelry,
'w n iO, the S E J uf Action 20, the S W 4 of the S have received from Nc7 Oilean, Per We offer a Liberal eommwir.n to Loral and Travelir.p -" uill contiiiiu* to sell ICC at our Ice House at St. per Mybtic, and for sale byMvNAUGIT Plaid Muslin
ecUoa just Marks and at the same price, ?2 8 cwt-
- lv. C 20- the E 4otthe s E i of section 21, ORMOND Paris V
Per and rive them Credit One ti CO.
l .New-York Agent on Half tilt
1 M: Av i of section ScLr. \Vm. R. Pc-ttii, and 2j] i (ft 3 cents > lf> acciTrding to quantity. Stock
: 28. all in 3 N Range f New SI.iich wisi. '
Township 14-57. 11Gentlemen's .,
nndagreeable port
sold. A lijjhl bisincf and .
2 -well selected all .
%. containing 492 65-100 lese. Bark R. II. Gamble, a large and Subscriber. at the Tnlaha.! see Depot ns usual Mr. .
acres, more or biu-inc,. i.sBRlLLIATES
ROBERT GORMAN Eit'r. STOCK OF GROCERIES.AX.6O a good paying Agents wanted in all parts Williams at the Depot, and Dr. Baruard up tow ill
vf the country. A C.ilnlougc eoutainiiig: Lint of Siunmo V
:-S' ,tlJ, 1857. 33-4w a continue th kerp ICE, but on their own accouj ,,
---- Goods with full Exphmationi of terrn to Agents will Parties m the Country, particularly those wh ?Iam and fancy Marseille,

I Wines. Brandies, Syrups, Cigars, ifce. be t>eai! oo application, free. All orders will be promptly pose to sell again, can have their btipply arranged pro-forSt. CLOTHING. Fnlled loner Cloth,
Notice. The Subecribere arc -terrrined alter this date to atlendcJ tf:, and those sending liy mail
np money 4--fr 1Vb
Masks or Newport as may suit; their's convenience. CROCKS, Sacls, Pants and Vfsts.'awoited quali- Patent Crinolin, -
I rnric.I uodcrslgopd. Executor, of the 1&st Will! atdVi abandon the system seHing goods olin CREDIT. \\illreceivesucbcoodsa8theyorder willi]the Gifts enclosed by the return NO\KSALADD. t ti! ?, and latest btvle. A choice selection, lao'iing Plain ifld plaid Nalnioo! V

ALdeu testament of William Goi-man. dsctabed. late of For Cash or Caunlfy Produce mail or Address express all, orders (laMEfUiICK in the packa- June 27, '67. 26 from Brodie, and for gale by .? M1JL1SIA.. V

chiu4 coanty, gives notice to all person* bavmg we will at any lime be happy to serve our cuitoruers "cu BEM'ON A DEAN McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO Musli'Baimds *tbIg F
them.sor dc.. ot ugjunht aid -tuta to present with goods ofvVry description :.t u small! advance 335 Broadway, N.,Y. Salt, Salt.V ,_March 21.'S7 12RICE. iMncl'Co1M.Fgecb et'Lmiv.
properlj nutteuticated w.'thiu lie time .New York iiud New Oilcanpiicue.. If you
'"ibtd by l&w pre ve N. TI.- -Gold PCIIH ie-poiuled in superior manner. { t SACKS LIVERPOOL, in fine order, .-2 tierces and 6 half Ladiea/jcd r thy will be barred and all those and at J. B. Gamble's OH (\f\f\\ tierecs, hmoding
i7 ; doubt it. come liy us. per Bar border$ H. s7 -
awl cents in I'. (I. J \/\J\J )
Enclo'e the Pen. St.amprz.and landing Times an-l f'irsale
"Wed a,r rrfju td to make payment immediate- Stand, GOIMT of Monroe and .hf1eiaonStrc1*. per byMcNAl'OHT 'p, and for sale byMcNAUOHf .4kercblels,
v l the IVn will be pointed iud retuinec! pottpaid.Julv ORMOND A Cl' .
k'ii1s i J :.7 27 .".m $, I ( I A [p Mil, I tSV7: I U 1 V ). ,
f:> 'OT '1 (U t \arh; jI i'; jl'LEU DEHHAM..

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The Floridian Journal :THE HOST USFFUL, HOST PER- P. B. BKOKAW'S. Important to Housekeepers; THOMAS WHITE, Dr. CBLHEHATBD McTaANB'S -



At Two DoiLAxa pr annam, in adraoee. )>e than' the Best Z Proprietor would in cy Tin Wnrec, takes picture in informing the citiien t ,
PMithtd Weekly. r THE his friend and the Arthur's Patent Air-Tiht TalM.sssce and tha surrounding country,that Le inor

TERMS! OF ADVERTISING. Tkt vhoh onlif 04 Dollor a Tear. _- public, that he has rebuilt his_ ?_ ; prepared t o'wall ch alt that /with to atroniz< .
Fresh Fruit and Tvmatun thank
(1ANSfi" pritervinn him in his line of business. He also tenders Lis
Brick-Stables at tho old stand and is
One square of!2 lines, orJ Ieu. first insertion.4 f 1 00 REATEST DISCOVERY of the Presen l largo prepared to accommodate, his fiieuds and, customers now '__) Jar Winter Uff. This article soextensivfr to his friends, and the public generally for tbc vet Two of the bcitThey I'r4paatj otj't. As..
*s acb suljsequ 60Profsssional \JT Centnry of DctcciigCOUN'l'ERFEIT ly used in the East and Northern States last season liberal will which lie has heretofore Le tij
lie also has attached to his Stables, Blacksmith patronage
aud Businest Caros inserted at$10 per good will be introduceil to the citizens of Tallahassee aD favored and be that Continuation tithe sani'
BANK NOTES. j Shop vhere he will have bate done all kind*of j hopes a : are not
by the undersigned who has now recom
nnm. country will be him.I
&dat ,rets not lacrked with toe number of Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, and Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Gun-iage work in the exclui>i\e light to rnanufatttire in this vincimty foi I> He will granted comUntlr keep ot band a full supply of ul

insertions will U continued until forbid, and charged Exhibiting at a glance every Counter- the very best manner and with promptness and dis the coming eas'.n. It is only nc-jessary to call &uJexamitio sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of hi; mended as Universal

accordingly.Jjf" felt in fiiiculation !f patch. these articles! and the recommendations ol line of business. A full assortment ofSbeet Iron
Certificates of publication of lea or estate Arranged so admirnb'y, that REFERENCE is 2 November 5, 1353. 44 the persons Who have used them to be convinced that Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipea; SheetZJno; Cistern Pumps : Cure-alls, but simply for

notices will not be given uutil the advertising fee is EASY and DETECTION g Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, they are the best, mo'3t sjmple susd economical article and a great many otter articles! too numerous to men

paid. ___________________ INSTANTANEOUS; For Sale by P. !J; Prokaw. for the pVpose ever offered to the public. They cat I tiOD. : what their name pur..
be 0ed the most unskilful without the
$3JT No Index to examine No pages to hunt CCup by person TO BUILDERS.
llACKSiflTHiifX3Teld But and that the CO pa JOnPIIE Subscriber has just received nfesOj sligh test rick of failure.
i to simplified arranged, Tin Roofing Cluttering, Copper and Tin Conducting ports.
Merchant, Hanker, nnd Business Men can sell al* M :KT 1. very lafce supply of Carriage, t-IT": Purchasfrs arc supplied with a circular containing Pipes \? Le. and Harness which he offers full and reliable directions for fruits
Glance. 03 \ -: Ijuggies, putlinyup I The VERMIFUGE
t a worlc.man-like manner and style, and of the best mi
.7: r 'jj firm f I3ROKAW & for sale on the most reasonable terms. and tomatoe? in these C.itis, placing this whole process for
I terial shortest notice and most reasonable term:
: P3 F1TT bing I1e'n disoIfcfl Iui- It has taken 3 eai s to make perfect this O November 18, 1851. 46 conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper Having, on been engaged for the last eight years it expelling Worms from
:; s-cd. the unkrigue(1 A large supply of these Cans will be constantly kepi
& business this he thinks it to recommend
that he has GREAT DISCOVERY. MILES NASH CO. at place unnecessary I
"-8tontrs and the public generally in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should
himself further to the aa regard the human
rra-k airar.gctnmts with D. C. Wilson by under xihicli the Lctkes The urgent ncci s ily fr such .1 wok has lonij w Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. apply immediately, ns the fruit season is near at hand I his capabilities us a any mechanic, but at the same time h< I system, has

the shop; fonnei'.y r-ccupic l-y i huh. b'n ftit by Cwnmeivial men. It has be-'H pubj j TUST received from New York per bark R. H. Oamfj All Cans sold are maJc bv the undersigned and war assures all that favor him with a call, good work am also been
of liabed the c.tll for sr.oh Preventive ranted safe; WM. P SLUSSER. administered
firm to supply a ,
Mr.ii'l lAs!. :i Si'iiml assortment of articles in our line, cheap prices.
H. 3. Fitts & Co, nc<-1< l t.t: to t-c known t" be Univer Lt most
to execute all wvrl: 0na intbclr It k>es muie than has ever been ut \Vl.ire Load, ZIMC and other paints, V.'indow Glass of L White it Slusser, he will be found at his stand cor satisfactory

asd i ii line.ww of bus.ii.ffsir.prepared : :fjited! by men. C?" Itdescnben every Lank best quality, 1 Puttv t Brushes, Potash, Soda, Fpaiklin Piano Fortes.nr ncr of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wail results
end lie- Note iu three DltTereiit Langu.sge, Ot-lutiufLondon Mustard, French Brandy, (very best) %TE prepared to furnish PianoFortes on all his friends. THOMAS WHiTE to animals
Horse S1ociz t Ironing EXGLIX1L FREXC1I AX1> UZRMA*. g f>r mctiioiiKil, purposes', Spice*, Pepptr Ltinon Syrup, : II of the best quality, Doe. 1,1355. -13WILLIAM
caiiags ti'1 Iuk Inks Cj-iiiiine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu very subject to Worms.
pairing -
Thus Each may r 'ud the same iu his own upon the? most liberal terinn.
k gics. Plantation vork cf Ton-rut- ic.: ite.. and! a tjeccral nssoitment of Popular Patent P SLUSSEB7
g They are second to none in any country either as The
..- ccerii discripli'M, Ii-aw-1 he pr.pcr will be about 2S by -12 M Meiikn.s.e; keep ii'-ne but the vtiy best end to quality or price. ,-> LIVER PILLS, for

twin IVtznis inches, rurl will' cctain the rn.tt Perfect ]J.nk s hcjic to merit \cnir patronage. will 11iitee F'1z.
Mill: Irons and rr/.iirif/ sw; : Every. Instrument be warranted. the of
and Cttrts Note f.i-t P iblished. MILKS NASH i CO. M.\MTrArTfKin or CorPIrt'I'IN: AcD S'1tEE: -
Together wih: the rate of Dis -ouat. Mareh 2?. 18.r:6. IS Febrmry23, 185C. IRON WARE WIIOLKSALE RCTAIIDKALEU
other diseiiplion of woik made ofIrPD O AND all BILIOUS
anJ su factcrerv Also a List of 8Oil. DERANGEMENTS -
ud Steel, all of vriiicb we WAK.SAVT, and pledge Corn and Gob Crusher. tIive IN Pi. MX, i.tCY AND JAPANNEEWAKU. "
J in
_.1 1 tue J'rirde >ti 'lrf Ai.tcrica.!

> rEeleP to execute at the eLorlvt notice.H. B. FITTS. A Complete Sair.m.iry of the Finance of Esi ( t RAN(I ER"d pateiit Corn and Ci-b Ci usher I \ SUPERIOR article for Table use. ,Tu.t re : SICK HEAD

\ taken the fur the sale of these J\ AMES LIVELY.. Slovo BIci : 7. 7 ly rope and Anuiica wit! be ]1'ubib.tl! l in each! elition liare Agency iiptror coivedby
Feb. 14, IS together will all the Important news of the K : Cob CiushcH, ui.equaled it is said to any in April 5, 2!=r>fi. 1 i ,..2tt SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Park ACHE, &c.Purchasers.

day. Also H the Co iitr'. A sl-'ck of tliesi> Crushers, will be on L? "* anti Wood St'>rp trimmed with neatness
Flower Jars.
Notice. INTERESTING STORIES Irmd oMlv: t sis coming: Fall.! Prices vrv low ocnfideiiu !i and durability, at reduced prices. will please

r 'llE undersigned bas made arvanreinents with II :: piv.it a'.iPg! in feed. *15 $55 05 each A LAROH assortment of Flower Jan, various Size Out Itr Work.Roofing. .
JL B. Fitts to take charge of his Blacksuiith Slip From an Old Maniifciipt; : found in t-e! Ll5t.: and fur tl.e i- : izo?. Prices uiiifoin throughout the county. <, Jmt received aud for sale byAMES" be particular to ask for
where else tr b-f'.und. It has O Ornamental! Front Heads, Guttering Cop
and solicits for the new firm, the patrousge no ticvi-r vet nppcared ; Fi>r further paiticulais.; call and examine for youisclvt-s A: LIVELY.ApriU .
and han-lR,old customers. D. C. WILSON.Feb. in piint, r.nd funiishcs the Mo.-t Couii'ltte W si soon: aa a otock fur :i amiilc r.riivcs. lirT.C. 14 p-r and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, SheelZinc. Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated
of his 7 History tf l lOXIXXTAL I). LADD. Lend! Pipes, Patent Cistern Purnpa. hop won -
14.1857. LIFE Xewpoit. J"uly o, Is.jC. 27 India Rubber BeltingLARO -. of evny variety d h'me at short notice. VERMIFUGE and

DENTISTRY.DH. and tlcriliet1 tile M t Pet!pit-Air. P vit-: : ia r \ H SU PPLY cf India Rubber Belting, r.f City and Country Iftercliams

T. J. CUB LEE i bk'i the LaJiiS.aa Ccntlen.uiof that: Country -. White Fine Lumber. / V. two. tlir.'o and four T-Iy, warranted: ( Tilly rqual Are pf-ctfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing LIVER PILLS prepared by

of PEN have Vcn f.i of'm f.'ji-l.: Th! e Sl.'rit will OA 71 FEET 1 IVmte-) Piim" Lumbor, assited, suit- to Leuthei, .iu 1 75 per cent eht -p"i- ; in f.ict con-idcred !- e-KewLere. ,
TiLL continue, iu future: the practice aui iliJdlo! .o-J crithue iJ.r..uirh-iat: th ; wl.<.le y.ar, and will O -. .U'c\ lor Cabinet! ; iIakci i. Sash: and Blind Makers by those who have tried Ih-'isi! superior to Leath -/:&" X. B. All articles inaniif.ictaed from the TervIxtt

VV TI3TRY iu Soutu! 'ieoirin, pro !ho Most LIntert: iAi: ever vll'-rtd! to the cr Joiners 'Voi k. N--t oft -n such n hit! f.r sale tr All SM*, from -I to II lnche-j wide, i-on-tn-itly: nint-iiil: !: and warranted durable No otter art ixos.
East Florida He his ht1 ecTiral y'c prt MMt. *La Public. < heiv. McNAUCllT( ORMOND .t CO. on hand by I). LAHD. !l. will be offered f"-r *..de. :

rience in the j.rofrsj u.cfeotitrv.the bt tls-v-His tvhjoli vik is .'>f tup* t: "" Fui.i hed '..Vtcklv Xo Sub=rjilc-rs n.ly at J t;. 15 y-wpnr*. OrhlS, 1S5G. -12 October 'JO, 1S55. 42

been in tho e sections $1 All ]3ttt-rs nV.. I be !.irped PittS-
and satiMcliouis n ye.ir. i a to"j SOLE PROPRIETORS
moet besutiful and durab'.o! eliaiactcr Town Pi'opcrtyfor Sale.TIlE LIFE INSURANCE. ; ,
JOHN S. DVE, linger, H 50,000 Havana Segars

ruarantecd All coiinrinieatJons in every wstaucc.fnt to Mcmicello. Fla, will Publisher r.n.l Prr.prittor, 2 \ LL who !-ire to aii--kc: gout SI1OARSA. un.l.-r.-iTied: oir-ra at private sale, the follow- THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. burgh, Pa., and take no
70 Wail tr-ft. New Yoik.O :; [irmip.ty, known n thc JravN Lr't',
receive aUtntion as soon ae nravieus igcrcflt c--iii fii: 1 thrin t' ;; ::1! <-r with i=inc eli'-ioc, Turkih viz Lf.ts X :R, 'J5.; -J7! Sn 4S 1 10( 141 112 143 ArCl.MUI.ATED CV-HTAL.I ll'00COO.
March 21. Ifot 12lyGOODS : i.- : issues the other there
fl HIS lives ol various
and TOll -\CCO nt tho Company policies on as are
will pr11it.; ___ Spurish snif.kiiKj DnigSt. ,
i-It!, 22o, 227. 205. 2S't,2tQ, 211, 242, 242. 211. 215,
of AMES LIVELY. ..Lrhte persons for one or more years, or for the
re 2H. 2IC, 250. 25', 25:;. 25 J, 256, 257, 25S, 203, all other
PJEW whole period of life, OX THE MUTUAL SYSTEM,
N'tv.2i PG. preparations
: now
the of ofTalhi'jassee.
REEREYCES in original plan city
Dividends declared to the insured on politic i issued

IIm. T. L. SnrAM. I TLom3SViie] ,a.Hox. -ALSO- fi-r life.PUNT before the public

P. E. LOVE, JHex. JOHN PBATORIOUS..MERCHANT A. B. OLA RIE' Lot* Xo*. 1, 2, 3, 1, f, ft, 7, in County; qr.A FEECMAS, Actuary.-MORRI-J FEANXLIN, Pres't purporting
W. S. DILWCKB, ) ,
Moa.Jcei:0 11*. i. s oL..ts received iu Tallahassee to be
RET.V T. E. HAMILTONJ J TAILOR iiow rec'-i\iig! his Fall an 1 Winter Stock if :3f Applications by Vermifuge
) IS ui'al--- fro N1.. 12, 13, 15, 1C, 22, 25, 20, 4013, 61C' ] January 19, liD-J.; ; B. C. LEWIS.
Ho .J.C.McrtnEE.Mjldi Goo B. ('. Porn, &on, rja.COL. Dealer in Ready Made ( lothisg and ,!, in the South :i County quaiter.Tle and Liver Pills. All
'c1 >i i ':- > *-,.'m1 "" "' above! iir't ib.-d! AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.
Fin.y. formeily belongedtoOov.
Otx. M. WHIT SVJTH, AlTigator, Gentlemen's Fnnihliiug ( oods..4.i. uj i J J ,;) \;J -> j-i uX 5 propcity
B.-Da.Ci-a LEE will be in Quincy during the consisting in PIrt! of French ir.d English Cluths, Cmti-inuivs I>rowi>. For fu.thur information and ten.is, C.I VITAL,. . . .. 500,000. others, in comparison 1

latter part of the present week.Apri12..5. -- fiiid Vctiitgs of all colors, find! iif the bert / 'fit ;IO.T rcccirhig Il// and Vin'rr at Law Tallahassee. with Dr. McLANE's
17 my s/p- Attorney :
which lie is prepared: to nntmficture to order on -L will receive applications for and make insurance are
ply of Clo'lit, Cassinrrcs; Vrslia y, t'c., oj tIme ircpt ii-nsonablc terms and! in tho! ir.o.-t agamstlossby Fire, on I3rik and Frame Buildings! ,
e-jld, the'above propeity will be for rnt.. worthless.
Notice.T Furnitun-,Merchandize. &e.
administration Laving been grar.tedJJ Every Color, Style and Quality January 19.1S56. 3 13. C. LEWIS.
ETTER5 of Togtther! with: a gri-eral; as'.oitnunt of 16. 185C. 7-tf __ The McLane'sVermifuge
of June, A. D. 1857, by GENUINE
the 1st
to m on day the cf Lc .n, irhkh I a t the H'jn. Judge of Probate f"r county Cod Liver Oil.

State of Florida, en tl estate of tl >niietta Mary filiioiinblc/ Sjf. r:i flnrt notice that vxi'.I ei>:: ;jure f.ivor-iMy! with ni'v ttv-k of Clothii.iT of the celobrateil Bran.U" He OLD Otard Brandy" Sparkling Cider, and Liver
Croon deceased infant danghttr of the Lite Hardy *vi r exhibited PT Rale in this city, coi>=iti'; )_ of FJtEsIIPLItE Port, Old Port Juice,
___ Co. A ItUsht.ri'g.Forite .
.Croom, all debts and demands of xihatsoever nature AND REASONABLE TERMS Fine Black n-id Colored Cloth! and Frock l''i.-it. Madeira, Brandy Chen ICb, Pills can now be had at
\ AMI>j tt. LIVELY
against the estate of the said Henrietta Mary ALSO Farcy Caspiaitre aol 1 Beaver Frock .L.d: Business by Sherry, Sardines,

Croom. deceased, which fhallnot be exhibited to meas Coat?, Aprils, 1&.5G. 11 Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, ail respectable Drug
administrator aforesaid within two years as pre- Black an 1 c.>l-irc 1 Cloth, Beaver and PiLt OvorS and Hearth Flavoring Extracts: Pears,
Drugget Carpeting
icribed by the sti-tute of the State of Florida, in such CLOTHING, ; ok urtout*. Yt-aft Ponders, Tamarinds, Stores.
: made and provided shall forever afterward be li.-jitl.iii"3: Black and! F.irx-y Doeskin and CassimcrcPmt. Rugs. Spanish Olives, Spice,

taie barred and notice is hereby given to all creditors. Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, : FINE LOT flmuels two ai-d three WoolCar1etimm. Corn Starch Pickles, FLEMING BRO'S
; suoh as Cloaks Talma*, Coats W.-t?, Pant Ac., ttc., Worcestershire L'auce Salad Oil ,
entitled to distribution that flCr.t irnr\ine! Barathcn, S.itin nl Cloth V t'mt', ,
aud Also few Wool and Cotton
legatees, persons ; a pieces .
wlic-h will be of h.v .
their claims aud demands will be barred at the spi- Also, Iari'disposed l-tif Plain at and! 1iicSIiirt prio<- Collars Fany Velvet, ('issiniire, Si"; r.nd Cihinr-rc: do., d", and fine Health flug'j and I rugget, Air sale right English Mustard, Capers, 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.

ration of the peiiod aforesaid and tlis notice will beV a \\ iittik: .1.! .., .it D. LADD. Claret, Cocoa Sole Proprietors
Undershirts. Cravat"
Slocks. h1'-krv. ic. Ac.Those .
aded in bar thereof u-ile-s cxVifoltel vritl.in tL o't-tjt GuitiShawl-; : I l>'re o.in.t;: I IIo'io1: !, Fine Shiit t?, Silk, Newport, O"t. IP, 1S. <3. 42 AMES i LIVELY.
GEORGE A. CROOM, AJn.tV. desiring a unro'igh will consult their f'ottr.i t an-1 >t-i > (lii.c-r! sl.iitj! January 5, 1856. SCOVILi MEAD,
same. own interests by jrivin nnj a call, as :rdl the ab- .7. 23 Cm (:.uib Fh un--l and Jc.m: l-i'vn- No. 111.
June /
_ 1/c
Notice. spccul 1 iew to th"r5.1.1! jlati< M In tl.is c-iarlvt. .-1 LSO OIX Mrttilh-i after u.iicI Im.t ill!! pri- iit tnfinsil! acO whom all orJers must be addressed.

Months after date, the undersigned, n-Jiuicii- O.-tobei IS -: }. H-J-J A gfi.o-.ni; j o-i-t'i'-i-.t "f Fancy inn! BUck Silk anJS C..IIN nu! v<.-hcrsio I t :e IIoi.; J tit1.c of Pio Male & Female Seininarv.ilE Sold by Ames & Lively, E. Barnard, Jr., Mile
SIX Tit ".nd Cnv.it., Collars c-'lored and b-itf r.f.li-f'-rson '* excutor cf the of flJol fc"Co.. Fla. J. S. M. Da vises
of the estate of Mary A.Bezcau, dceavd. :tin Stock" Pn-i.nty, ; e-t.ite r situation df thu Institution is r.t one of the Nash < Tallahassee, ;
late of Leon county, will preseLt his final accoiiLts aadTouchers GARDEN SEEDS v-LIic Kid and Hiik (Jluvis, iSiwk un-1! Lie! Tlirc.i
to the Ho-iorableJadje f'fProbbie i anJ ask to be- ti-ehard. GROWTH OF 165C."I'lTf' .;ilk; Ilandk i'l: .icff f>:-o\vu ..n i.l 1 Farrv: Cot on.) L3c; ] IOP.IRT: I D..IOHXSOX, Extv. boat and a few hours statrirg. Palm-r A Bro. Monticello. S. Pulesten, Monticello!

couaK, THOMAS J. PERKINS, Adufr. I r"ou''J ta'l the atteiition of o-jr lends and Thread and Msrii.i. hIoe. ,tAc., CALL AND M.ra. 1 i. '57. ll-6n The Principal with the experience of twenty years. W. Rf'gers .t Co.. Chattahoochce; Baltzell k Widgeon

1857. 30-6m T the public gonera'ly. fcj our present Large anti BUY- and aided by a corps of competent assistants. wi1 devote Marianua ; Nicholson t Zei;!ler, Baiubridge, Oa.
July 25, well selected Asoortmeut of (Mobcr IS, I IR.-C.; 42 Dr. P. P. LEWIS his whole time to the improvement of his pupils. D. II. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E. Seixas,Thoiuntsville

Jane R. Wilson, Center L. Haugh-"| FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. i--- i I YES t.oticeto his frienos nnd! pat The third sc-Mon w'll commence Monday, January Ga. S

ton and Lucy N. Haughton, his Nails. 1se-- J torts that he is now in posse in of 12, 1837. For particulars, address, February, 1857. 8-ly

wife, WHlia'm W. \Vitson. and Our Seeds are procured fiomaC .ll Clirnite, r.id KRfJS ()r.-3orte4 NAILS f.rakin !wt --Xji'' all the latest improvements,in Dfitis- R. ANDERSON, Principal. .mes c I..1-v-oly-

Cornelia M Wison! by William consequently will ilouii*" th j better in a waimtrono, I 100 to CASH purch.-iaerfc at fT-duced prices by trv. ]It-f. The extraction of Tt-eth. without producing Nov. 29, 1S56. -Id
suchasouis. C til send orders
W. Wilsca! her nxt iriend, Ji flf < early IT your D.C.WILSON.May p.iin, by) the! aid of a local application! which eonMsts TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,
that the vait < deirc.
secure : -s von
vs. you may AMES & LIVELY. 23. '57. 21! in nppl\inau! artificial ficczing mixture to the paitsuiitil Lumber."T lIq! Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
John MeD us>ll, Executor .!William Io Cbtucery-In fully benumbed. 2d, The immediatein, :ertioD of
have hand Five Six hundred Thousan
det-l' Wit iam the Circuit Court January Si, Ib57. 5 xiLich \7E on or }1 DRUGS AND MEDICINES-
Wilsos' Notice.OIX .1 Temporary Set, on Gutta Percha, can be f T feet of gooi'' SEASONED LfMBniif every dis
\D-Jttoi.. ean-Ur G. Ba'.l auJ Middle Cii tut of worn with comfort and ease till the Gems are fully cription, which will be delivered in Tallahasse low.- Perfumery, Dyestuffi, Surgical Instruments,
Julia A. IfclS!, his wife, Florida, Len Co. M'-iitl.s after date, UK- unrigned! .1 lnd'.i1 ra- frr Set tlieii inserted Windows Glass Paints
THROUGH IN 48 HOURS prepared[ a p.-rtnancnt ; on Those wishing Lumber can address us at Centrcvillc. Spices. Snuff, ,
? d.-etan.-
M. ,
M'j'i and MJIV IK il-'i/cr, V tor if the ettatc of Lewis Saun-lers that beautiful plau called eontinuoui Otinis, which are Bills sawed at ibort notice. Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco

bus w f- Nnoici V>". JJ ttuu a -.. -- l.tc I of r.cim t-nnrjty, will inilo M-i final exhibit to so much wom aud admired, for beauty,strength, and A. R. COMBS & CO. and Glass Ware, PateutMedicines,

naiior, Wi.li-t: H civ McAliv -.---.,- :: the Ju'l"iMf i'r.timti! cf :aid roBiity. ami ask Adnt'rF1il to beJOSEPH [perfect cleanliness.! Sept. 27, 1S56. 80 Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies

tcrltott.a EizaU-ti! Ms Ah'ter, discLar.re.l. B. jCHRISTIE, May 31, 1856. 22Notice. and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal,purposes.

Laura E. MirAl' Ur. a minor, 18, 07- IC-Cm Notice.SIX Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles,
aa-1 Adeli-i R-i .i Vrilrn. J -- Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Sfgars.
_ .
IT apjati!)? to iV CUt: by nlfidirit ma \l' :i'-l -- aS-sI flC. New Books,, month after date, I w ill present to the Ron They have recently received a Large and Fn \

file! 1 ia th.sTJ*'-. ''! '* it'.i:i t-i! aV ve iaied dc- Ivlilton and Chattahoocli, TUriT rTcivi-d, a Lir2 ft--oitment: if SIX Months after date, the undersigned will picsent Court, of Leon county, my accounts and supply of every variety of- articles! usually kept bydruggists.

fondant*. <-ict-r-t J.>h;> MclJ.-u r.-< !e tl.c p : ;t-e- l.ii'otm- I ,inpri-.ng4" final r.f"v>imt an.l! vnuchcn as ndminietratnr on vouchers a? Administrator of the estate of Matthew Planters and Physicians will always find

- jur suicLiiz of tb'.a C->;nt. ;.n.l boyf'ivl tl.t.- liii.ils '. U. S. Mail i Line Stndir-l: I Vi'i ik": i'n P"ttrv and RoiniuKvs. c.iiaY the estate of Win. Lr.iioon; deceased, late of Leon J. Allen, deceased, and at the same time apply for a at this eitablibhmcnt a full supvly everything needed

this State, but whhinlhe United State? ; // iswj-nd, w'-tJi: ; all I tli.-. un-it: I j.- ..i-atimw: cociity, an-I 1 ask to I I-c rl-aicred. final discharge from the further administration of said and on the meet liberal terms

That said ]efeT1iLtsVi1iai W. IJutton, Ler.n.lcr Jiiiu-ioiVsp.ud I Hil-lreth's I Utltc.l: Stt: < s.Motley's JOHN C.CUEXSHAW, AJmt'r.In estate. R. 0.; ALLEN. Orders from th'e Country promnljofilled! and.ati.fao
G. Bdl: and Julia A. B.ill. lii wife, Mungcran1 Leaves Millon i'y' and Friday's, at 10 Hi[ torv of the Dutch Republic, ,j-ist pub- light of his wife LEONORA P. CKESSAUW. Feb. 14/57. 7-6ai lion guaranteed, with regard b"th prices and qnali

Mury I 1). Mapgtr, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a o'clock, a., }']. IMied. March 11 1, '.' ". ll-6m tj. Physician's prescription "arefnlly compounded.Also. .

rniiK, William Henry McAl ?ter, R' sttta Elizabeth! 17zes'tll1lLo'la'e 7'w.wtf.sand tinfitriifts Allison's Continuation of tie History of Europe, Willi-.m llu.H 1 Administrator ofW. Mary J. Hurce, Compl't., )) In Chancery." Eppmg's compound Fluid Extract of Buchu
SIcAliiter. Laura E. MeAli-U-r, u minor, and Adcl'uBertha r;. I i Jan 5 15516s
( aflT the. firrirul of the Xlcamcr from :olh: nnd! rth) volume" C. Mi'.ler! deceased,and in Us ,
Wil-cn, an.! ausv.-cr the Bill filed in Whitner and I la Leon
BntaparUTlipiis' Joseph county
at-pear Sr
Abbott's) ami N.iplo'.ri ; ,
and fur Tallaltas- and in of his wife
this cau cu >r before the Cist M-saJny in December Ajwlurhirol'i tttiigr. from Fri-in'i' !U-voli"i: ; < ;ili'' >n''< (lo'ne; Ihriii and ila-! own right right E\elii Humo, William Hume f Turpentine Farm for Sale.

next; therwie. ibe compljiuiauts1 bill feLall be take ncs ser, Fhr., nnd 1Iinbrir1g", ia., cau's! England, ::'rd :md5th l vouIie.=; Uollin's Anricit"lli Mifltii1..Ccact'I as burs at Law of Elizabeth In Chancery and Jessie Hume, i-if.int heirs Mi !klle Circuit. \ Salt about eleven hundred acres of land, to

tflftCil l : I'nmdid. That this order be publ--h.-d; IX GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! trv; Thirlwall's (Irc-f-ce; Ro'utsou's works ; vs., In Madison Circuit of Jesse Hume, deceased. JIT j FOR with a small farm and improvements,and

once a wtck for four tuobths precc iing tlwtid Rule rl 'HIS Line is now in fiiil rate f'idr.. The whole Pii'Stt's ]1-Vr.Hiiaiid. and Isabella; Mcxlo>, Peru John L. Miller, Admim.-trator, of Court. appearing to the Court by affidavit of B. F. will be sold at a bargain, inquire of

Day ia December, in s'.ir.c iiewapaper published in .L Stock! has boen teiiewcJ, with new and eiiifor Philip UK 2mmtl 1 and Mi.-c.ll.sn"uiv Ru scllV Modern LhziK-lh Miller, deceased Al- Whitn, EFCJ that the said infant defendants, I JOHN It. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY.Waiulla .

the City of Tu'.l.ih.iss' table: Hades. The Drivers ire vti; eful. sober and accommod iurop: -Iala-i-! : I Hi't-Ti.'al V.'ork'The; : Woiks of csaml'r P. Miller.! Thomas J. Eveiine Hume, William Hume! and Jessie Hume, reside i Fla., October 4, 1856. 40
Order! nt Cn.in.s. tiiia scvcntf-enth day (,Julv, Ad'ii-on, (;JoMs-uitli, ]lrvir.tr, Seott, the of this Court and j
itinz. A liberal alluwance of bagvagp": allowed !- I/.i.l 1 B.ii'n, Miller, Klu-Jjcth C. Milller and beyond jurisdiction beyond
A. D, lfc'57. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. I.ifof Wn hii t<>n, Sjiai k' Wihi'l''ton but within !
to cr.ch I'arFcnger.AC I Ilickeni; Irving ? Wm. J. Miller. the Hunts of this State, the United States : Insolvent Estate Notice
July 18, 1657. 29-4m ai>d I Hcadli'yV \Vushiiigltiii; Chamber's, Mii- It is ordtied that saul defendants appear and' answer j
ct-l'.aiieoiis'! WiitiiiL'in 1"I) volumes library styleClmnrncr' ; IT p ppemi big to the t>ati-i >faction of the Court I that the bill on or before the first Monday in October next, STATE OF FLORIDA +

Notice.ALL EXT S : Cvl<,p,- !i.i
having demands again*I the .state At Milton! JAH. A.Ciimi.x, j'lCt' iiKl, oont.i'iiiiiif an account of the C. Miller nnd Win. J. Miller, are non-residents of the confessed : Proz-mled, That this,prdcr be published | ;1TM. IL ANDREWS, sheriff and administrator

Jiiek.-wu persons J.Siiiith,dtcea ed. late of Lnn county Geneva, Ala.: W. I). MONUOC, liter.ittiie of our eoiii.ti v from its dkCOVtrV to the presiiit State of Florida! : once a week for four months, immediately preceding y y ex officio.of the estate of David Woolf.late of
notified; to them, properly authenticated Canij.U-Uon, .1. \V. SMITH i ilav, with a Memoir of the Authors and extint3 It is therefore ordered, (that sai 1 defendantaj: >p'ar the sail n.li day in October, in some newspaper published lefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Probate
are hereby the undcrsiiueJ prrit administrator, within Iari.'i'-i. W. NICJMLS, fiom their wiitii.-j*. The best book cf the kind ex to and I atHivc-r, plead or demur to said: Hill, ou or before in the City of Tallahassee. 1 jffice of Jefferson county, written suggestion that

to law will \A barred CLitJ..!:.,ix.-ht-w I D. COLMIX.Pii the first Monday iu November next, otherwise Ordered at Chambers, this the twenty first day be believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.
the time by :gthey ;
and all prescribed t'uos indebted are'requested to make j>aymeiit fngcrs can !l.* taken through \ itii ccitaiuty, tant.Simla's 1li ul L-r Stories amil 1 Ucvolutioimiy 1J<>- the Hill I 'hall I lw taken as confessed against them.Aud p of May, A. D. 1S57. Thereupon, notice is given to all persons having
imraediatcly.< JOHN CASOX, Adii/r. security, and!. with comfort. niiuiciin Pet" ; Stat 'Mnan"s M.-muii!: Ili-tory of t theRi'pub'.icvWebatcr's it further ordered, That a copy of this order J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJge. | ;laims against said estate to appear and file the sam

18, Ib57. 29-8w GEO.l: ). FISH Ell, [ and Calhouu'd Work's, complete, be published iu a newspaper printed iu Tallahassee May 23, '57. 21-4'n with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or beFore -
July and Contractor. Florida week for four M'-nth Pacsed
Proprietor once a
December next when there will
in (! volumes. the 12th day of ,
JIayO.'i i7. I 10lfBMlet. Bl.ink Hooks and Stationery, Letter, Cap, Legal at Chambers this 8tli day of Juno. 1857. be a p'o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to
Attachment.In Notice.SIX
and Account IVper ; G hid and Steel Pens, with and WAYLKS- UAKER, Judge. said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which

Wl.ile ) In .Iu>ticcd Court, for the Second r.itho-it batii'.lrs ; Knvi-lopes f.miiy and plain; Visit- June 13, 57. 21-1m Months after d-ite I shall present my final ac time the said William U. Andrews will apply for bis

v*. :. District of'Lern County, f r'; DDLS. MULLET, for sale' at a reduced priee -log and Pla\in; Cards ; Ledgers Journ-tU: DayBooks and vouchers to the Hoa Judge ot Pro final discharge from the administration of said estate.

Nathaniel White. ;) Debt ?2I 21 1 .) by I). C. WiLSON. Records nnd Pa Books, and every article Notice.SIX bate, of Leon county, as executor of the estate of THOMAS J. CH'ACE,

lIE defendant and all others are hereby nolifidJL May 23, 67. 21 usually found in our bu-incss. months after date the undersigned administra John, Ciok, deceased late of said count, and ask to Judge of Probate.

of the commencement of this suit returnable to aJutke' Nov. 15. 4G MLoeGArJ k HOBBY. of the estate of James \V. Strange, deceased, bu discharged. THOS. J. ROBERTS, Exfr. March 7, '57. 10-fim

Coart, to be held Tallahassee on the 12th April IS, '57. 16-6m
Notice.LI' late of Cladsdeu county, v ill present his final accounts
day of October, A. D. 1857, antI to appear and plead 4 persons having demands ngaiii't the estate( of Florida House. la the Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be Circular Saws.

to the eamc. J.\ lute ofJ.eon known discharged therefrom. Livery and Sale Stable t GRIFFITH'S, and HOE Given under hand and seal this 2 lh day cfJulviA.U. William Dujrgar, deceased, county rplIE HOUSE heretofore naL SI1EPARD" T\7"ELCII <
my are notified to present them to the undrrcigned admiuistrator the (;ergia House," late Mc- E. S. Adra'r.July T Circular Saws, from 42 to 54 inches sije( constantly
1S 57. : undersigned gives no-
> 31. 'vithin the time prescrilw-d by law, or Baiu's Hotf-1, will cotitnuif EDWARD WEST [u s.] that he has purchased -
Justice of the Peace. they will be barred ; and tho'.e ir.debted are rcqu -a- reception of persons traveling by public i ...... _ the Livery Stable of. _ by D. LADD.
July 5, ted to make payment immediately.! or private conveyance through Tli'.iiiimvilIe.; It is Notice.SIX William 11. Newsom,in Tallahassee! ,together with the Newport, December 2Q, i8&. 51

1S57.Attachment. JAMES DUGQAR; Admt'r. under the control ned management of a Lady. Thos-e mouths after date, I shall present my final ac- good will of the establishment, and that ho is now

July 4, '57. 27SwNotice. __ di'sii log gent eel aud! coinfoi! table nccouitaudutious, and! vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate prepared to carry on the business in all its hranchc, Burning Fluid

may rely upon her beet elFoits Io plca p.t5 lor Jefferson county, na aduiini trator of the estate of and promises the public with good 'accommodation A SUPERIOR QUALITY,just rewired ani
Edward Barnard Jr ) In Justice Court, for the Situated at tho South end Jefferson St. D
? ,
in his line reasonable terms.
Ajles H. Lord, late of said county, deceased, and ask oa for sale by
Second District of Leon Co.
vs. > IX Months after date the undersigned u'lminittra-] Thomnsville, Oeo. for a discharge from baid administratorship.WM. ) RICHARD SAIINDERS. January 31, 1857. 5
Nathaniel White. ) Attachment for 22 38.100 S tHx of the estate of Charles: S. Sibley. deceased, May 16, '57. 20-3m \ R. LORD, Admt'r. N. B-James T. Herring is my duly authorized

HHHE defendant and all others interested, tire hereby late of Uadadcn county, will ]present her final account Apiilll'B7. 15-6mJcJ'crson >gent, and has entire control of the business, represeiiting Notice.
I notified of the commencement of this suit, to the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be NEW CARRIAGE SHOP me as fully aa if I was personally present. %j

returnable to, a Justice's Court to be held at Tallahassee dischaigrd. MARY D. G. SIRLEY, Admt'x. Circuit Lour .AW. Term 1857. RICHARD SAUNDERS. persons harinjr. d-mands against the uitats et
rIMIE uuder itrned leave to ALL
begs infoimjho.titi- of Jrtenoorounty
I2tii day October, &. D. 1857, and to appear June 20, '57. 25 6m Sep. 0,1836 3G W. DeW-it, deceased, late
and plead to the same. JL Zeus Tallahassee and infinity that ho has Alvin M': y, \ Attachment. are notified to present them to the nnd rignedidmirJstwtor.

Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of Notice.ALL opened a carriage shop in this place joining v_?. > Damages, ?500.E. within the time prescribed by law, or

July, A. D. 1837. Brokaw's Livery Stables, S. Oaillard, ) Sum Sworn, $101 j8.CP1IE Notice.T they wilfbe barred ; and all indebted are requ.st 4to a

EDWARD M. \VEST. [i.. K.] pernons having claims or demands Roderick of what K. in the building formerly occupied by J, L. Oroncr, Defendant, and all others interested, are hcrcL ETTERS of administration having been granted make payment immediately. .
Justice of the Peace. : nature cgaiust the estate of where he is prepared to do all Kinds of work in his by notified of the commencement of this suit by to mo on the 1st day of June, 1857 by the HOD. JAMES W. DzWrrr, &aint'r.Jtily45

July2..2657. 80-Sra Shaw, deceased, late Gadsden county. Fin.administrator are notified line, at the kbotttft notice mid on the mst attachment, returnable to Fall Term of the Count, Judge of Probate for the county of Leon, State of T. !7' '

to present them to the undersigned and to appear and plead to the same. Florida, on the estate of William Henry Croohi, deceased .
India Rubber Packing. of said estate, within the lime prescribed by law, REASONABLE TERMS, JOHN WEST, Cleik. i.ifartt son of the late Hardy B. Croom, all Notice.

INDIA Rubber Packing, of all tbickne -<> from 8 or this Uoticc will be plead i a bar thereof to ;make and thoe such aa carriage painting and trimming; making new May 1 1667. 20-Si debts and demands whatsoever nature against the been granted toLi

J. 18 to i inch, constantly on hand *t D. LADD. indebted to said estate aio requested pa/- buggies and wagons, and all kinds repairing. Having estate of said Wm. Henry Croom, deceased, which T ETTERS executor's testamentary of the last baring Will and TesUment
r.ieut iuiuiediately shall not be exhibited to administrator afore u* as
first rate
Newport, Oct. 18,185C. 42 THOMAS R. SMITH, Adrnt'r.silly procured a Notice.SIX me ns of John O. Gunn, deceased, late merchant, resident 10Jie
said within two by the stat its >
as prescribed
30-8 Carriage Painlcr and Trimmer : months after date the will years P1*. Notice is
25, 1857. undeisigued pre the State of Florida, in such case made and provided, town of Quincy Gadsden county.
Vermifuges. from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do l their accounts and vouchers to the Honor shall forever afterward bo barred and notice is here icreby given to all creditors,legatees,and persons said'0- I
(*(\ DOZEN Falmestocks YtircifnjeJ Ladies' Dress Goods this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it able Judge of Probate for the county of Gadsden and by given to all creditors, legatees, and persons entitled tied to distributive shares of the estate demands of the to ni,
ask for final settlement from the administration
ii and their cliama or
\)\ 48 McLanesS& I' en a be done at thu North. discharge to distribution, that their claitqs and demands leceased, to present
Jayues Tonic SWISS MUSLINS, plain ard figured, All those who have this kind of work to do, and of the estate of Conifilnu English, late of will be barred at the expiration of the period aforesaid, \\.r settlement, within two years from this date, or meauie

24 Perry'i Dead Shot for Worms checked, 11s11 it done in a manner that will not fail to give said county, deceased, according to law. unless exhibited within the same, and this notice will will be barred by the statute, after the expira-

24 Strongs Vermifuge Powdtr, L.oen Lawii, Frcncii Prints, etc. mtisfaelion, wcrH do well to call JOHN O. SMITH, J Afltni'July dboui.w'n. b pleaded in bar thereof. on of that period.WM. Ett'r..41
*utouiu. Worm Seed Oil &e.AMlS. Landing from Samrn and for sale by onWM.. KUHSS.Miy WM. H. GUNN. f OEOROB, A. CROON Adrot'r, S. GIINK, and CHAS. H. PrPONT
McXAUGIlT OHMOND & CO. 4, P67. 27 6n: '6T.
i UVELYl'7. ?, 'ay is June 8, '67. S8-3m Quin'yJuIy
nl 1H 1 10 _
4prit 15 Aj .