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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 22, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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JAMES:\ S. JONES TALLAHASSEE, FLA., AUGUST 22, 1S57. VOL. IX- -NO. 34.;

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professional (tin b. Interesting Facts Concerning! Rain lastly, in ar.swer. to this objection it is of imf" OPtJ'Oflle nc i>ff/ loica City lirjmblican.MorrJMc Yankee Doodle. Things Wise End Otherwise.A .

>ranre to S'8*?, that ; ) oir cl'mte a very Trajredy ia Iowa-A Wife nil l In: tnc u.mcr; of 17" .>, the Fjriti&h arrr.vw

riiLosjriv or i: uTo \. l.i'i-! !pi" pr.>. ji.in! f th<> rai-i: ti! :.t 1'iiis dues nol! to Fiffps v.jihan \\c-iiKfddc; of ihcII u'.iler'j co:i>ii>a'id 'i l Aberi I rombie, lay encamped darkle having been to California, Ihus

MILES: MSB HO.I fink thio-h :!h" o'.l, evm where theie are us'),and.LIEKP.TV.. oil the liist han't' oi the Hudron I I River of his intioduelion lo San Francisco
speaks :
undoit-tat.d tlio jiliilusop'ny! of tins hoiu- drains K-reath but i :< ain into i thv air in
ti-ts :
: t : jrIroF aw ailing I ie".rifrcement3: \ of militia from thiceteri
>N To., July 10) l .'iT.You ; .
) C A L K K < IXwires As soon r.s (fey landed in dey ribhar, dar
tiful ard sublime phonoraenon, so .ftti; witnessed the f'stt: :; of \.iler vior. Is r-:>; imo'its in Ltate*, [previous to marching upon Ticoiideroga. -

tori i j-omrnrtted in i (,nr tth-mei-l t waded to de shore fey didn't sec
-oon! as dey ,
whichul l { ; theie in I 21!
rain, : n ; etr.: are eva p- raw levies tred i: to after
so essential to the \e-y existence of plants: o-i! FrMav t\eni i5 l.i t. Living a i I d lo p camp company but found such
$ () J j rralcd ; v.hih* in i Voiksliire! of "i i inches n-ar e.ich man iliiTtJicntly armed equipped no goold, dey a large supply
.
and animals, ,1 fo\v J cU derived lio-n ousr. the crnr of Maugi! r and! being acquuntedv co.'nj.any cf noflVn to cat, dat dar cracked liko
., of rain which fall, only ,i i inches uri ofi> :i act-outn; d fnnn hii neighbor! and the gums
: OT-'LI': .:.f ujV.i: U.fh.Uaud the puUitrr ith the circ'ti'- "
anr'o.and th"
t',' h r- i 1 1!' $ -nt ofiucaJ. ration and .1 long tri of cspeiirucni: ?, tr.cst thr-ir '' ( '! l-.rd at a depth of'J -t( V \>\: \\t-tcs. pnrtif<, i have whole pit-s.ei.ting: such a 5pcticle as was baked clay in a brick yard.
it be--t
though; tn gi\v a short Fkilch ol
!,r. "?. r ? n-'Uilly; l. \tin\ tluir hi: ('fbineb be rcnierubeied : iije M" h'ing t-vaporat d. There i i. litt.'e' the Aboutan.ife you never naalled: rriIe-; <-s by the celebrated regiment Is MUs Blinking at home I", .iskod Mr. -
F.at-iP. north of
then
.tj. v :'' 1 be r< Ot1:* !:JK '** !-lai3Tjcsb supplies. TL<*:i 1. Wore Ihc ii] ciiuse. ;herefoii>. for the fear e--'rfrsed| ly ru- of fieri- Jack ralstafl" Sanders of the! Irish girl who answered his
at
for(
attnofpLcrs every\\ljeio i"i
atll t'i was) lining a family by the nnn r> ol
ur" i-'inie.! that lh} draining! ) of the land will cause Thir! o'ifre furnished! greitaiiHisemetit : ring at the door.
'liliT-p.!: ..] }ii' '::]i2 U.r'-: 14. times of a unlforni U'.pejaltJe: \vo thotM: Unit t, con.-Uting of I Hurt 1 his \\ ito, his wifi 's r.ppeararco
the in j."it'1it''l> degree to diminish D. I' Yes 1 she is "
never iiave rr.iu or hai, or snow. The vater feitiiity any [ riifither, and I'mrr children. Friday to the IJritiih oiliceis. One blare sir.
Dr. Miles H. Hash in eon-pquc'ipp ol t the washing of the mo-nir.y imehsur! MII KnglNh composed Is sh' engaged r' -
iilisotheil Ly I it i in: ovapoiatintj iror.i tliesrn Fhirt wer-t to t the city for the trrjin.e of a'eertainmg surgeon
OFIES i-IS rrrc.u S-EKVHE- THF (TIZEVS CF r.ntl tlie faMlj'a stsifLceouu! det-cenu iian ; descending! ruibs.: : i'hey mny, as I have raid, i t Ihe t tr'r'hofthe' [ in circulation the taut- of Yankee Doodle, nod arranged U Au' it** engaged, you say { fau, an* I
the! s'.il'ioil by wa hsng l.uitful: p.ilistires report : word. which dedicated to can't tell sir but'i he kissed Mr. Vincent
1 4 LI.4 II tr tE DEfliLNGCOtXTItY. imperceptible vapor) or tease to lie nit- impro-.e which \\a ll'-it! his wife had succevile.lin to *, were gravely you, > I
wub I>r. M. ye li.iminfdiatelv raetrf soibed by tho air v.hen it was oncu fully tatuiattd. : : Mil cf it. but i.) 'eneral, tl.o: soil Uillhi.e the new) recruits.I The joke took, and the last evening as if she had never seen tho
OFFICE obtiini..g a bill!! of divorce, lie I \
: **. : orJruiedfrnm t'r.e water which hlteist crma (tin: <> has eondown to this day. The original likes uv him, an* it's engaged I b'lave they
home a little !btfon* tutist'f. went to ti-' v.lh 1! *
if:.- 19 .S55. 20MEIUf tJ. TLp absorbing fie &tuepL..uflJ t! lough it ;::1!! the vdia'le: : matter it hold! ins \ words, which no tao! power drink of U.en -
-- got a witer. pirked ; ar: axe .
ip
( AL SOT ICE.Drs consequently i its! capaciU to letiiin hutnldlly lutioih: : before 11 .ias iT.iili-vi: tIP cUpth of :; 'j -wt4 Historical.! C'oMfCtioris! pisblihfjHI [
o tI boust. Scene tall ladder
Ocrta. -a leaning against a
feet, dn.in. : .. ...... ., ,
loi-i I
s. { i Jp.
a -- .a- ? i- -! _
is ;psopostioJiaily tricattr r in warn) king her ii: the u-ird ha struck t her with ti"-> c'y-- f*. n % .
.ITX v. AT en A< A ic\ xitt.c. fore in: many } RIS. his hid* tgaiust it at the bottom. "Owaj
Bobertson Bond than in! cold al r. p. axe on tl.e back of her head. She t..l!1 to tln; ing ;

I AVIN't; f ; -c a c pr.rti.cr-biji) i in tl><' practicJL 3. The air near tlif sH fice of the eaith is Rain water: i> the pines! watei Pt i the world.Dr. ground an.l:i he thfii! Incked her ap in thint Fallatnl,\1- \ I *wiit* .i','aiu ti" fnmp1 'jo',,il in, -g'way dir You're makiii mischief." ii

r "f 'V i' j-tovt-ion. oftt r tb j.i survives t. 'he citu wann'-r than it i is in ths region of tl.e cloud rieminu.! of the: watei -cute at Itoche.-fer, ; : th.imeful manner ; fit her riyht armuiy V.'hereve|
"u! (1 rtl'uiia' -ct' and 8UiTf>uidijg: country. Tluhiiihrr \\e ascend fiom the eailli, tlie jtllows no other \\aer to bo n-ed in his !;tmiiv }| off. and sunk t the bit of the a.\c several As thk-k uo b4Lry.pudthug. said when they got into tlr-t clover field.

2> vH'"c o'o: ibc Sire liUly occupied by E
: i'I t: 11r; : the niouiit.&iuI1 filter \\hrvh from i it every her ed! and took after his mother-in law -tulI4 Come, rest fiMhia bosom, as the turkey
di
F.b. ;: tf ppij't-iurtl siowOil vciy li./h ? I through a eeparatcs-: l"p< n n p.tite 'u
said the
tie hntk'st cliiunlo. oflVnsj\e taste, and .'xtianrois! matter who was running through the field! to oe of A fvir.ir! oni .rs to ts to stuffing.

: ) .11.1 ., Now, \\lic-n, funn cor.tiueJ ev-apoia'ion, Its I taste is bettei than nny well or Fj'iing j' the neigbo.-J. Sie! had got so far off that he I jruofr* tl.rrcvtre a Lullidt.An.l When docs a man look like a cannon hall?

the i.ir is Liclsiy saturitedvth vapor; though watir. In all locations: where water i je dofectie. left her, went:I I in'o the |joisf; took some fire, then tho lYatl>rs on hi3 hat, When he looks round.
WILL coxTiNrr TIII:
it be invisible and th" slcjcuiidlefr! if its the evil can bo iriietliod l bthe ue went up stiics and set the beds on fire. In They lof.k'd tu tarnal tIne, oh, "
Whit here V asked laborer
1 uanu-J: 1.kilv to etTJ are wages a
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS temperature is tud :<".:lyioduc< d, l by colJ .f rain wnt-. Ti-1; nii.--i'lin's rr i'ev'r arlr hub an I'tinth" h'-'ise' and everything in ;t ,ivt. tu Hiy Jisjima.:i ef a boy. I don't know sir." What does

:i; AT THE OI.li HTJ.MI S1G2COF currents tltsceiidiDg forn: above, or niihin;: : ue coir.t'ii1* cnn !1. > c !npe"iy! r.voi'le-l! I liy was in : ;ij T\v <.t{ his son- \ 01:111n: father ?" Get "
Ar.'l there hn swamping your get on saturday itight ,
fGt, lov.fi latitude )b\-the ct I t':i-. MinpUlemedy.. The tip- t'nl at die! time but dare noi ntketilens they n gun.Ai
? a higher to a or a im per sis : r : 1 lo of tait the. boy he
lar rf r.s a ;; nuiple, why gets as tight as a
THE motion of a atmaied air to a cloudier Lti- parntu1for: fihen'n sntlicie'it far one fairilv. toWhi.'e ;..tnnet On a .W" .1 lIttle urf: b-ick."

;Ju.1c. IN c-jpacity t :cl;.'.:; noLtue I is > iniJTiiihel can b'.4 I'lT.iure'l ttr from; three t > ti .j! t dol : the ho'is-1 *rss bafMir.1!! :, Hurt was A kai for father' '-attic.An1 .

r l tri clouds :.:v K n: J aiui! ihe rut 13a'h. SoCn 'ji-hrc: rn.irgii! the field tt.wauts the tune tluy fir. J it off TALK AEOCT )Luat.tc.-In the St. LouisRecord.r's
C'.ta tirsd ili.a-ae stu-itp.Tallals. Wtty
of lars.The
C :n
rue: 1?. ISiS. ? Air cou*U-i tcs a> it coolr.n
-- :;--oig filltdhli. v v.tr: : and cn p"c -
Co-Farlnerfip Matins.r'1IJr pours out ths .jttT v\th! tiiu.iniih.fj: ca- in men as you w.:ni1d fc'2 ntnoiur ten thousand } \i r. Hart was found in a potato patch, serueIt's u iu:tion luuder. from the steamboat Hannibal, and was a'-ked

: : Iw-jgui ST.l\ ..- da- ,tti cd hito a copartners j.acity; cannot L.ki. II j-.v Angular yci hot who }l.a;:t i sue-it s'netwiity five ears *. Sin: : wae C'iiriv'd! t s f. neighbor'-, houio, I vect a net-r to it myself by his honor to fork over. -

_I_ ; !.?;* r.i il.eWHOLESALE himj-le, Use pui.- o| hy c: rain I What but in the liv\lands of Indiana. In cosuer.-ation ai:4: : it v.-as arrvi: !- J! to tnot-t at dnyligl.-t! the A" Jac iipiierpiimin, C-c-c'r'i Jo it" muttered ; ain't got 4 $

& RETAIL Oiuuiscetice; coui i i. v dtniscd sivh jn admirable with <-.iiof thym; he iittsU-i'ti-'l} 1.-: m ..formpou'J nct rnsruto !rnt for Kurt '1 he search AiJ'I!thought fath} r went tLc J.-'is near n ia aiu him.Anil the pewter, your Honor." p.
I T.-K
-c "
: trf aiTa' ireiiijni fur \v
X" die u:Hie a:. 1 *:' la u* Efl'fds produced Ju J'ma. as u DescendsIhrni.&h They were lawyer-!, and one of them thy the edge of a I thifkrf, and st.bbfH; hicsehf: lls thi-r.liKid**I wire sw R ruutle little ef ke leather, gecort her. *

AMES a L3VELY. tl" ..S'oiV / Pre idntef the Tniud S::iks !b't-nate, (we twice with a p icket-hnrfe.! Ih was: heard TlVy fcno -k.-'J upon with little stiT O-rl no. exactly sso far gone yet fchv?

wanl rrrrl r.nnuf to p* e furcc; tit hlile truths crying ..r.d nroj'inng ;J1!! nig t by some ol thu -> call the fmktrnrrtlVr.. Well, I will have to send you to the workhouse 5
: TROT. F. W. J'IKMlOXThe
.
!: .. a TJET wi ;::1aM.d to ** '."Xr fieis ;t >ir a-dai-i.) yir. Ilrii 'it's mode of puiihii j; ,: i.b.i-;!: >. u: ;I. !..i I lost his knife *in the 'ma tlfrc tii-'V t're away like fe.tn ," said the Recorder. .
;
:.;:. : : iictredtsto effect of "
-: : fl.j z .s.. jt llri : 1)- ii Aias iD. -. most iiO i..t r.iin 'vi: >r, is to tT' t il iV'-t'i winter siow U'i' usa; tn.l hail no o'hf-r weapon with which Ai.d j laj\>l oit ci>ri-t 't-k fichlhe!, T-t taint nothin t-t-to go th there, said

lh-r uey WZ: Ltt'tJ1 tliooHgh drainag-! thai I il enables tho run which j.-hvs it in its pure state, or uhei fb- tt finish the work of self diMrrciion. One) AIK -cmt-'hat'! jfl.j.tiI red n= Uoo*), Ailcck. I-I[ I'm used to if i ; b-ut when you

:. i1i:3e r ; I dngtf; : )1Li c.r other tuifaj wait :- t-- iSCPJKI Ji"--i. de"rly t li'itd! fro'n ii i.n.t-r rain le's it ft'indonie man was (''Kp-i'-l,. ] to I tin- city hoc a doctor.He All wound alxmt tftiTlie middies. t t-talked aboJt! rn rd-rnarri-ige, old! fshovv! ,

: til EUL .. 3:.. IL LIVELY.ui.sixy A.v.LS., snd! escape nr't r.'li'y fiom the f-oil. It three weeks, -.' 'gii it will! nr.dorgo a p OCCCFof had a d.iuMIcirrti Suit sun with him, trtK'p-'r'. *r.,, wo'ild jpillfp up jon frightened me !"

may be inK'ie-tiu: > t. spcrlfv: b:: lly the benefits fermpt'l"y.i the extr.tne- ma' [lei v. ill id Je:1. i it lu1 1 ft the Ati-1 fire iL'.l' iniir faces ;
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1. l.jC.. 1 : in ;: ::1 r r t-: hy, :jim There is a young man in Syracuse so attached
\\laieh are 5-u.v.n i ; : > ?ulio\v from tLia: descent It iwu-'d rue :.h-.o.-t to death
,
Whtr
evapmate -a\i.ig the a1 rid! p'iro. siauuing: : urriyr llie shed. Hurt left the thirket } to the *' flame of his heart," that he
To see them run btu-h race
JOUST S. LLOYD ; of tain ihrnvirh t't:" f-fi'!. put np; f.ta: ?ra voyr.gf 'vili grow slimy niI: 1 1nausoous in the niufr.} "itne to the houe.. or where wears one of Ler old shoes set with brilliants
3 :1. Ji riwyr.UtC air .a !lc renew L If j i' ." ici:::_ after :. fc: .v d.iy? t : il :arkation, yet t Mood pulled Ot! !:i.; right b.>ot, fi: -t(11Ct itto for a breastpin.At .
v t-9te$ 'anek. nud .oute OUWLs,
2 ti : adfJiii'in of !
b 'i -' < :.t tit frfqufnt'.v i'1nevtJ -
.ill becorn,' pure in t'.ireo w\ek- Pui re events a po'e with his hartuiiei Ic 1, anti uot water calnoarrv hone
AND For !la'
.__'_,_7 _-s (. '_ u'fl ( 1! uppis] of tir iuto ilie >o5i tiaornb3 :: e -'!. u f fso'U the baud ot the Civato'-. iiu-n the.well I t., iln.ik. Ais on ;.s itwa To gives. LN wife ami yonn: one?. a railway station an old lady sate! to a,
to its fertility. Tnis the descr-n* of the ted i to fthr ; thenri7e very pompous[ looking gentleman who wae
v.hen it v;. !ii.t pronoun O' ig ji o S.-IM th" gun, an pl.-ieii-g t.-l luilf I
But I c.-M-'t s"e
rain jiioiuoter. When il i fall. v]>on the sr-i then m-uie ooti.orin .---- I1' hit! e'i-cJ-.a- th" i .'.'1 you talking: about steam communication. Pray.
ic ,
thinir !
TALLJIASSEF FLORIDA. with t.ey: : very in ? i T, g.d { Th.v! kvpt tip ':.-h a srrptlur; '
it nnkes it* \\a\ inn the porvs ai.d I Psiun." is found I otf hW''e bow, sir, what is steam ? Steam, ma'ara, is ah !
,"? .' 1? If:?.?. 23-32* ( :. a; PS! SV1.1{tf--d \\iiii; his toe?. lc] was o took n-y fit :i
v expflli'ig, of course, the ar: ..hich! pieviiusljfillerl S Ui I. i.g tp1f'fl hh !HatK, v.rrli rt Ui't: UIIM uruuiiiiihe a.,I :'t.t 1I.L; .t'I L.iiC to mnter_ rtear.f: ib-eh f ah f-. steam is-steam .''*

B. .e-. BEREY. them. When t! e luin ccc the water Proverbs for Paiites! gun.ilu't. I knew that chap couldo't tell ye," said arongh

.i. runs off b\ thoi.u'i! : an.l r.s it ]leavoi lc I d. phi'tl-ss! and evidently looking fellow, standing by ; bat
2nd CommissionMERCHANT. was a : inking, Slaver in Illinois,
Auctioneer and! tho'i-. :ill i.eed the following
pores of the Foil i-mj-tv Jtbovo it, the :iij falloi r-.rm'S < I. a d'-cperate mat: ) Ills! wife wa a hardworking steam i is a bucket of water in a tremendous

and fjlh uit. .1 :c.cvj supply the s.umeinas whatevp t1!:";: nviy thii 1. cf lock or fancy md ti'roU9 woman.: The farnr'y i rhe7pttti'ri_: (Illinois) ( .z"tie, e-ditt-d by perspiration !**

F .- 2. It3. :?& c. vHefc; ? from v. i.'ch! the descent of arintrir jrc-nc-iallv.! 'ihoy will diject the atO t- were left w Ithnul shelte'-, or change of clothes.Mrs. D. J. Van iJcreii. (IoitnervIhi now Na1ro.davoi.v A rcmartably ujiy man, as ""conceited.

the rain had urhe1! it. Vlheie liridrrein-iin Jhee univeral rules l llirt had lived in fear of herI'.fc tional ,) thus unfurls the banner
tention of their sons to ; constant illv, said to a !ate Philadelphia wng, who
KNIGHT such renewal of air take of liif ii'-ejtab.tJ.nsrril: : r.f slavery in Illinois.
S. full of water, no can aid: commaud c\ery one to roo.v!! thvni. V'e ; for thf l-i f four years, and suGetcd a tl.i md wit enough for everything but making
The ate 'uiiflle: s OvVnitli :
; jTEER: : & COMKISSIOH MERCHANT pace.! hidebied for ,ntt of tl'ein: to thnt t excfl-' tioutnJ: dial!:?. fij.t.u-> jioney, Why, Smith, how thin you arekuu'Zf !
2. If trams I'IL v'r aW. As the rain are \\ tic crnwrrtg tendency to negro
I .LM: ii.u, J LonuA. The family formerly lived in the northern never pay the debt of nature, I'm a"i -
the air it the lent n4aii&aI 1 lii' Iiras-ini( J Itegi-lf r Li Kura! ; it is of
falle! through requires tenipeia-; : equality in our tnte, now a subject "
; 05 |>nrt of Ohio.! Some Ufteen ye"rs f.go Hurtki'led aid, but will by up and blow away. Well!,
Lute of tlio atfl0S1'here.: If this l he hi het Alfaire, it.ry line uf which i 13 a text in itself iflrtvt'l EtitiS: consUratiou to tho people of Illinois, will ihaf! debt
all
-- a neighbor of hisn a drunken : rou pay at events, for you
that of the surface soil the lal'er is vvi 1 1 txtenel
HIGH 4. CCKLLY, than nttiele uhrt'-tr they Li cegroepolitical "
for :a more elaborate! : il I to L'.u.ada.'i'C': !: re'ruiiud: in Ohiun'i -> r.ve nature so little.
armed by h ; and if i the iains ba copija?, and riH-i'.l c tj unity, aid contii.ze io let them!
Attorney at Law, and sink easily into the -ulJso1: tiiey v.iil carry .Nuer keep animals! on bhoit allowance :th.u! t four years ago, when s'e' received j-ftur int-) iho Jtiite, \v5.c-tlier they will at Nervous old lady.-" Dear me what makes

TAJ.L\--\S. i'LA. this v.armthith them to tl.e dtyth of the ifou starve them, they will surely stuey ;i lottir irom hir:: frort Michigan} ttnting! that o-ife dt'c'-ire :fa a ine-r.-ure of self defence he cars stop here I. Js there anything the
lie la.i land tiurv, and wanted Lr ti> >e.l: out "
IT, 1V"7. olyBenj drain 'I l"js th-' ii'iUrvl! :i iu \\ll di .-.itItL! y ;;:! policy, ii; favor of ihp} KE-l'STAl I- natter ? -.
n.kLry *nd join :iiiin: Her chi'.dnn'! being niioa.to ->
land: is not vnyLrnier} bte.ue: lha evspolation Although, 5.J draiiiing !land thoionghly, your I.ISII.MKNT OF: SLAVERY IN THE Smart } oung man.- Yes, raarm ; a cle'.vf

F. Young i is less, but because the rains in th'eSttmmer [iurs mav i Iii e dra'nu"et! the full crops that : come Wet f-ie! did &o. Hurt the was fo'jrd in debt hii\ STATE. It r.iny be to some of you ns'artlir.g >f tobacco is lying right before the loccnn-
t for and board bill when
seasn:, actual! l ring d. v. n v.-artuth lollow! wil i.uoi fill it apa ''i.Tijing grog question, but it always i a matter ofi' ive. As soon ns it's rsiaov d we will beti-
i \ : it ith'js.t is t like t tviiig She paid il, for rho had about: $1 5-00 with "
-- .- -rj__; _3_ __ .-. ___._4 _.t__ Horn the heavens to add tu their nntuial to farm; c :jiit.l; S'r'!' } here and not seeing {-< ret tr ri In determine between two prr.poItion her way again.
"'*> lovnuir-llve without fu<.l. Mony :ier. '' Iiought a ;place ;
to : a
A N T) You have bt-fore
heat. Jefo.-nalion in tie! man, the set u red > you negro eqinlitvi'.i It is i said tr have teeorne the fashion of
if
'' .: 1 :. : li. /' cyuaiiirv ilt> Ifmiteraiurr J he .wil j'tul; : x' uo'l rnubt bcthm. \ co'isir'ned. they any all its forms and b'-arings, and the rnilde.tpo3ibk wives in
her lived together Kentucky to take tbo husand
lie i
the ofIhe title ;n own 4)arne. They tinaway -
*1 "ILL.vi tbe C arts of tlir Eartcrn Cir of The bents ire to tnu\e the machine; of iitrni or) of Which will
\ | : ; .a > during L'ts scas-tn qrotrth. san form negro si-ivory. with
bed them.
time.EJe .
short! have
as rrn.:) and wife but a ) They no idea
i cut t;! t(1JA.! au-1 tb" cJerai J Courn.oiricr. the burface ol th tr-il!, and! radu.Hy! rail. t.iKp: ? Yor: have seen how powerlessyour !
upon I kill lid tveass She yon >1 exposing themselves to be advertised
fiis il. I1Lhi I pamrifr.i : ago. as
soil the
) the mc : rig *
JtIT. Aln.as
ALCiti give
( AT G.trvLLr. .
Ye in j .Lis direct law Lav be.
black to
warrr it. ?, c-\ei unmiir, 5 pr: ven from bed
wtll fed willi it will! foed a'! swfi'1 hii'i In-- ''mm hit',!! and :;pj-ik d for a bill. ibsconded and board.
JEFLJEV.E fr.An. : beneath the is manure,
heat descends oi.ly u fi w inches Sdmf other fi.iirte must be taken. If we are *P
J. J. Lrt AS, ) surface. I5utvhen; ( min f-dl upci the warm L.;',>-plants, snirnah and n.\i.: !11 Lh.ij been; living in the fa mil} e\ir tince, to have the African r.-u-c amongst us, let us The proprietor of a forge, not remarkable

<*ci. J. ;). AJ E.-, > f/ltjtluton, 5.1'iAiLE I to jjivc r.n icrgetic iiovernrrittoi.il t terror to them all. She tmplojed (Clnk: 'cUri.th'r 'or correctness language but who hon-
fcutlace, and finds an ea-y descent! as it doee Ifyouwiih have them: shave, well fed, well clad, but kept by
A. TllOMl'sOX., 'J'tia'ias} 1'lf.J4iv.7. into the tindor soil, tiion the roots of p'ar.lsaie '! vour farm machm.'rv, and keen ff> get a divorce. At her ri ijnet tl I in their proper sphere, and allowed all the st industry, had realized a comfortable inlependence -
Di JiULs ti. Je behalf.Know.ng
: >t* wrote them once or I twice in ii.-r -
; warmed, and general growth! stimulated.( t.-, hum'rid' wheels! 5i: rotaliou, bo sure 'lotto worked piivi'rjjes'! consistent with their real wants, being called upon at a rocia{

.- -- It has been proved, by I) e>priiments! MJth the be I' without: ; a good< rotation of crnjs.If her, as I did, (she having flee nnd the safety arid well being cf your own neeting for a toast; gave :-" Success (o forery. -
AMAKER Tor fecvtriil I timts, wht-: compelled to "
A. PERRY h alh woui aiiirn.-ds to shiver, \ urfoitur'v Ui .
thermonictcr! that lisa l tud.r! as well l! at- the! you i ace. ;
of the
&7TSBSJSY tipper soil i* wanner in draitit-d tli.T.i undraincd ] will l be bhiveicil in conbeq'ience cattl" the-iiIwill that from rouble her, own a.i-1 the home.fcerure-1) 1 rnfoitned the divorce them ni-d As a phUiiilliroptat! and a friend to f the ; I say, boy, stop that ox." I haven't got
his to }
who leave-
and! tav! aLc\e of the U, ;i farmer! v.hole human family the '* "
greatly prefer
TALLAHAbSLT.FLA.Mav land, ac home ways iihit to the lit Jo t s-he posjeSM-d. we io stopper, sir. \\M1, head bErn then. -.
the ils. jet property
alto to
2 1,1653. 0nm bv VfLich heat ce-nis to be actual)v added to find his: profits given t hitler." He's already headed sir." Confound
thank them fort ,
here to ,
will [lut she is not now ,
for c.rltle return
soon -
soils that ha\e beeirthoiouglrly! diained. Heavy ca-rot crop And so would a'lvbodv, with a single -our impertinence-tern him." He
last right
s
) AR: .TI. WEST. ; for I }h'ivo just leaine.l I that she died ,
1. Il ecu rim ilufii ntiiblc! Mibsitjjirc In thrrvols cu.vi 01! {Ji'hl. of tight I Hurt was buried ye-sterthsy, and! she! Jraln of tfnprejadicei; common sense in histrnpf'itiOi1. ide out already, sir." "Speak to him, you
anti Counsellor at Law \ lieu rain fulls! heavy Did y<'U eve r r hear the mus'cal notes a ; Thcie indications "
Attorney ; oj'j1aizzc.-\ upon food i\ill be this evening 'i hua ends the tragic L' aro many ascal, you. Good morning; Mr. Ox.
herd of ? IxtiIlglli) by
hops :
TALLAHASSEE FLOUIDA.ApnlS uiidrained land or upon aiv: :and into: uhic-h hlaiviiig: hat the world is corning to a new and a more
14 it doe nit icadr'y Mnh, it icids over the surface these notes Fpecdily, it! yOU. would avoid eeiinoie : CCtC.! correct sentiment in relation to the institu- An exchange in speaking of a celebrated.

: IsiO. dissolves soluble matter, and carries it annoying i.otes alter pi\ tiny has pasd. -?- lion of African slavery, and we accept the inger, says : Her voice is delicious-pure.is .

Anderson J. Peeler into the ncare&l ditch cr broolc. Rail? thus BEAtTIFUL, tNt WK CAN JtiADILY BKLTEVi above as a s'raw which shows how the wind the moonlight, and as tender as a three
Many! a farmer, by too sparingly seeding TiU'LVho doubts that birds love? Here hilling shin."
robs and impoverishes such land. will some day or other blow in the Northern '

AUorae and( Counsellor at Law Hut let it fcink be it fi11.sthje: whatever bis: new meadows, has had to cede his whole s evidence from the National 1 Intelligencer : States of (his Union. They may be able, fort A correspondent relates that, one morning

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, it dissolves it will carry downward to ariii. A gentleman observed, in a thicket of htrs-h- : spri' of years, to get along without any he past spring, a bobolink came and sang in

SE\V PORT FLORID. the rooU-it will distribute nulforndy the saline Every farmer should bee daily every ani ?s near hifwcll5iig, a collection of brown i.rgroe'S at all ; but, il they are forced upon i' field near his, house. His little four year

\ VTILL Practice in the C. tart-i of die Middle Circuit matters which !have a natural tendency inal he has, and insp-ct its condition. Weekly ;hrushe who for several das attracted his them the feeling will soon be that they should ild daughter was much delighted, and asked;.

T V Special attetitiou paW to Collecting.MarcL to jise to'the surface, and it will thus promote visits, as with some, boon result! it: weakly ittention by their lord cries amid strange he compelled to take that position in society '' What makes he sing so sweet, mother tDo -

l/37. 12 growth by bringing food t\ery whero with'n) ruiimals.A no etneitts. At last, curiosity was so much -for which they are created-the position of he tat flowers ?'' .
if he
FLJOYY) &"li O J Jl.AX D, the reack of plants. --- -- \\cited that he the determined of the to excitement see servants.-Charleston. Courier. His WAY: OF LOOKING AT ir.-.Maiit.rat&*
'ould ascertain cause
the under Yorxa. Some time du- [
5. // wij.i'wsrtallfrfrow Pti --
:< ocious
_"
Attorneys at Lav."S'71LL bushes I IK* What has brought here 1" Prisoner-
On the you
soil.-In the s-ubf-oil!, bcyend tin* reach of the ling the last year, a young sprig of tlu IHW inoii" them. examining hanging by Wholesale in Texas. 'I "
Two
tl Circi.ll Courts of iliuJle policemen, honor. "Then \ .
practice in e found female thrush, hose wing was caught your snpose -,
rollert bnr. His father a
to specially adnilte! the .Suffolk[
substance. In
1 und W ?6t i'ioii ij, iud in the SajUPtiie Court air, ? aif apt was : : such that she could not .- The Texas Indianolian, of the llth ult, > liquor had something !fto do with it!"-
*ftLe Sitw. Also m the i). uict GurL of the Urn in red colored soils, which ae: injuiii-s t to the ;t prudent old codger, cr'ive him a hundred! in ;a way eocape.N'eur Yes, sir, they were both drunk."
txvuralliallgrown
t td bUttce,in the oilLun District of ITjiida.K. roots of plant These the defccent of the dollars' to purchas- lilnar of books and : by) v\i5 her in.--', containing ha* the subjoined picture of the lawlessness

J. FLOui>, Oiilce AjhcLi.oia.! 1 In.D. rains alters iir! j>art and makes wholesome, l'il l 1 him that asahi he could do for him at birds. On retiring a little uistuice prevalent in that remote Str.te. It exhibits There is a man in Tennessee so deep.that

1M1ULLA.XD, O Jkt Q--IHCV, Ilx and in part \\allies c.ut. 'J'hc plow way d.1Ecend lliat lime, but by inJustry, prudence. j'tsd immediate : a company! o't thru. hea appeared v\iU a sad addition to th" violence, rapine, murder ie is obliged to go down a well to button his

lec.2, mil; 51 __ _J_ in search! of foodt they would enforcement of pa)merit of all sums worms and other insects ;n their mouths, intl lynching, alarmingly in the ascendant straps !

WILLIAM S. DIL'.VCUTH, previously have been de-troyed. that iiighit; be his. ho had no doubt that he which they! gave first to the mother, then to almost throughout the length and breadth of C.r A New York Banker' asked a voun

Attorney and Counsellor at Law Jt is true that whtn heavy lains fall they 'oull get along.: A fewd-iysa'ter, the olJtn.m, lier voung she in the meanwhile clicem lug them Ihe land : ady of that city what kind of money she

will sJso wash out of the} su.l and carry into dropped into John's office Md borrowou fifteen in their labor of love with a son?; of gratitude. Wo learn that a row occurred a few days iked best

3IOSTIC2LLO, TLQlilliJi. the drains substances which would] bo useful d"<)liar3 of the money he hnd given him After watching! tin' interesting scene until curiosrty rince, on the San AntonIo road, near Victoria Matrimony shejeplied. .< .
\ _L jt.-acljcc in tLc CuuiU of the ilici \ this fact have laid unnecessary to it by twelve o'clock the next was between What does
to re-tain. I'pou borne promising pay interest it-bring?t" asked the
V ami r.u HjS an-1 Lowcded Couaty, Ga her vyilhn
bird when she flew to nest which three four of tho Mexicans
ihe teamsters in -
or
12lvLOG&G1LIi11TU stres, and lmv adduced it as an day. All fight, dad, said! John, give me poor Banker. S
argument against thorough drainam But if your memorandum." The next day at twelve grateful song to her deliverer ; and her were badly shot. It grew out of a long If properly invested it will double the
usual
their
uhaiitablc dispersed lo feud between them the American
we balance tlio constant benefit, gaint the pa: did not appear, and John immediately neighbors of exisiing ; >riginal stock every two .years,' she replied.He .

:kTro1zNEYf AT LAW, TJILLUIAMSEE, FLA. occabional evil, I am batitfied, as experience| served a writ upon him and put a keeper in nbodes", tinging as they went a song teamsters having, we understand, determined concluded she was a match for him,

MI A.LONG A J. B.GALERAITII have aEsocialed indeed has shown that the former will greatly his houeu just as the old man wag sitting iralso. to drive off the Mexican*, whom they most ut the rest is a secret. '

tLe fceh-cs in the practice of Law. They down to dinner. This is what wo call an LJ- cordially hate, because they haul goods from

viil tti ac Courts in the iliiJdle CircnSt,the Su- preponderate. substances of sharp practice. A CoxuTfDRCM. fellow inVKentucky the bay at extremely low and ru'nons pi ices. An Irishman hearing of a friend having d

l>renie Courts audtbc Pittiict Courts of the United G. It brings down fertilizing the rains descend stance recently perpetrated the following in the corn-, Rumors constantly reach us from the upper tone coffin made, exclaimed : .

atTa1ia.e! thee air.-Besides never
from
Court house. empty-handed. They constantly bear PEOPLE WHO AKE NEVKK PITICD.-We pany several ladiesWhat did Adam country, that Vigilance Committee By me sowl, an that'* a good ide 3. Sore,.

OCtt'Ltr28.3654. do expelled from the inking the fore and aft, and m', a stone coffin 'ad last a man "his life
1 with them gifts, not only of moisture to the have no sympathy) for a railway speculator ar.J Eve w hen they were arc country "

: RIcLthtj parchfd herbage, but of organic and saline who i.< reduced to the lust shilling. None garden of Eden ?V They raised Cain 1'_ singing every hoise thief and murderer they .irae. S "

BRADPOItD, food by which its growth is promoted. Ammonia for an ill-tempered man with luothnciiu Tho' ladies fiiintci', and during the confusion can find. A gentleman who came down the "Well, Pat; which U-the road to Barfing-

ATTORNEY AT LAT\r. and nitric acid together with the many None for a stout man running after his hat. the perpetrator,made his escape. and has not road a few da\s since, states that he saw a Ion P How did .ye *know my nam was

which rising jrom theartb's None for( an alderman who is laid tip with been heard i-f bincc.Mr. dozen bodies suspended on ono tree, and on "
TALLAUASSEE, FLA. exhalations are daily another five. A of the desperadoes Pat!P Ob, guessed ;it" Tbejj if.je b ,ao.
great
in the rains None for a dandy splashed hy a many
down common the
(Office' in the Post Office Building) salt surface come and other saline substances; mud-cart.gout. None for a man who loses hia Mullony! writes from Cork to her sis: have passed this town on their way 4o :*ood at guessing, ye'd better guess the way

: May 23. 67. 21 derived from gypsum the, eea, rarely wanting ; and umbrella ; and none for the man vIio, having her in Huston, that her cousin Bridget died in New Orleans, not considering it healthy to to Burlington !*" ...
last ti this effect :-" An' sure, she remain any longer. If (ho Committee con >i'9
>
WILLIAM SCOTT thus the coiifctant den-Hit fiom the heavens found one, returns it. August O:7'Fh population of Utah-Mormons .
tinues the will! rid of the
tho soi
counterbalance the aU Ingy male till she got corny morgus, country get
ATTORWSV AT LMOJTTICKLLO. may well be suppcbi'd to the ca tb. CO"::: Why .1. o husbands like dcugh ? Ik'caU'C which carried her ofT in less lime than you'd scoundrels that have bo long infested her border and Getifiles; -is about 40,000,
from -
FLAU occasional washing KnutTnut to her dar vywl '" which arc composed of tpnwr.
them. a i'iindle-pice
need
*o 7. Much fifths ruin is n-apura't-ri -And wornin knead ( )
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PartletilaTfR to the DeAth of Senator'Back. I TbeOoodwood CUp Rae The Northern Demoeracr. -From tk* Manama Patriot, Augtt IOtA. BY 'TEtERAPR

c1Briia1t &l ournal. We have intelligence of this sad event (says theNew HALIFAX, Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1857. We copy the following summary from the Washington 1%.'American Kee4laff 'on Saturday 1.at.Con- ,
I held a
Orleans Picayune of the 4th instant) Vy a gtn- The lines hare been partially: repaired and we Stats:" The American party of this county last for the Later From nrop..
Tcntion at the Court-home Saturday
'_4 .._"__._;___-"" __ tlcraan who the late residence of transmit the concluding portion of the public dia- When.Florida was an applicant for admission in- on officers for the Ntw Yoir, Angust 17.-Tt, steamship .
left
Rcg.ocbtt. pirpose of nominating County approaching
I which }uht"en the
atchcs delayed by bla M has
heavy Capt. Bary.
T .1 J. LAB, .. S S 1; E : the 30th ult. He arrived the ]' to the Union as a sovereign State in 1845 with slavery election. A lung list of preamble and arrited tthiitoCr wits
Gner 1 Ik. 0: on storm and consequent derangement of the wires. Liverpool dates to the 5th init
.j the vote her admission stood thus In the resolutions, sounding much like a'platform of
of the on : very
and The particulars
from Alexandria following GKxnuLlsTU4.totxcz.
Joshua HolJen, yesterday, meager greatrace smelt -The snbmariquadron .
TrguAT AUGUST aa, lU7.1r the for the Goodwood Cup we gather from the House, NCJRTHXBS Democrats, yeas 58, nayi 4. All principles for a National Contention nnd p left Queenstown the
that on
has called in to tel nc be wu present fit like cut and dried"-denouncing! Walker and Buchanan 8d
-' --x_ -_. '. Liverpool papers. None 01 the accounts at hnnd the members of all other parties; of the North,numbering Valencia. fur
and 'an"were
of General Pnak on that day. It is more and the whole kit bilin' of -
rr rw .a2a it I Ca, RIPOKTS orth. fUta pvo the time of any of the horses. The French The Government has asked for
tt votedin the In the authority
o 37 Senate received
o negative. the and
add that Gen. committed suicide presented te meeting were to s.
'G..er1H.434. t tD Cotrtofthta painful to R"I1 horse Monnrquc won the race. The English horse body a militia for the increase of the
21pr. of the
half
Put*, &t'r ad:. by shootii.p himself through the hud with a rifle Rischcr, is placed second nnd Fisherman third.- all the Northern Deinocrata numbering 12, votedIn with thundering a1)platise-aearlv did The French Ambanwidor at Turkey arar,
Gunboat slipped and fell, and Kestrel And Gemma the affirmative while all the Northern men belonging meeting bdng democrats and who not expectsuch ed diplomatic relations with that powJJ W'P <1-
the 2th. The caused consternation
-- event
--- -i-- on : great demonstration". The following gentlemenwore
di also fell heavily. Monarque won by Ahead A despatch from
Madrid
Vergy other voted
to numbering tha\r.M
parties againstit.
Chine and The clothed in for nominated For Judge of Probate-R. I says that
Sap Syrnp.R. grief town was mourning and Riscber beat Fisherman by about thrOolengths. : Sarrano will Ron V1*ofrA
But for the voles of th Northern Democrats, mith for Sheriff James Hall for Tax Collector supersede Conchs a
H Brorc E Gonntj ba cent usa the loss of this distinguished man under such terrible Anton visa placed forth and was three ; ; General of Cuba.
the Chinese behind Fisherman the American horses Florida would not have been admitted into the -Win. II. Bower; for County Commissioners
sample The East India
Syrup lenghts
I for circumstance No cause is assigned i for the Company
Susr I Messrs. J. T. Porter Samuel Gammon., A. T. Praither
rsIst1on
and Priores. were placed fifth and sixth, and Union A3 a State. Ix thousand additlonai fr
which tria1 Pryor s
; Cnr. upon we pronounce a & ex.etllent 1 dreadful deed, cud we shall wnit with intense anxiety and Hadley Hinson. troup..
the ]horse Melissa seventh. All the others
English Take Persia refuses
the of the annexation of Tex- to evacuate
now question
article, superior in flavor and for table use j I for a development] of the causes which overthrew pulled The finish i is said to ha ve been the most During the absence of the Committee, Messrs.( The HrrttIn
up. as'. Who in.the North voted for it who against addressed F.mnperor Napoleon was to stat
the Joseph B. Roulhac and John T. Myrick to is
t ordinary Sugar Cane Syrup. I fine a mind and broke down 1 lofty a 'xt'tin ever witne "'. The English papers re Victoria omi the th.
r
it ? In lb house of 37! Northern the meeting. In the cour of Mr.! MyrickV remarks
number of hare cultivated but without assigning that the Representative ,
Quite mark reason
a our the
planters courage have through life made Thomas J. Ruska any Patriot English Parliament, Lord
the Floridian & and Marianna .
& American horse would have figured more prominently DemOt'rats"otc..} for it, nnd only 3 against it while Jonrnnl the BronK1 m ,lro,
extension
of this new Cane, and their ; catcs of the
of mark nnd There few in ban his denunciations elective franchise
al qnanlitie expcr man promi t. are men come under the of as being
imenti will determine to what extent it may be the whole Union more widely] esteemed or with had they been ridden by English jockeys.The not a single millt from tIle North of any other party m unmon. the subject of Gov. Walker nnd Kansas. Francis A. Delaine, Esq.. formerly the .V .

profitably grown in cur climate. We hope the fairer prospects of advancement the Iiiphct posts papers by the Canada have since been re voted l for it. All other*, numbering 46, voted As it.has been Mr. :M's. particular desire that we of know the London French novelist Time, and ugs'ne Sue. S g

eeived. They contain full particulars e>the race. against it. But for NORTHERN DEMOCRATIC votes, should express ourselves on the subject we will are dead.
who furnished with :
gentleman &so kindly UP a of ambition. To the South nnd Southwest he wasa do A new Indian loan of from five
From the fact that it was the fir t. time that American Texas wOUI.11wt have: been annexed I gratify( gentlemen by saying that we not approve to ten mill.W
specimen of the ns other*, will pounds sterling is spoken of
Syup. a'el give true outspoken earnest, indefatigable, laboring of Mr. Walker's course; we think he exceeded in England
the public columns thr result of theireiperitotal I friend and his death will be their great IOBS. We horses had appeared to contest the supremacyof Let us now take the Fugitive Slave I iw. On hi* instructions e wns over-zealous I in the dis- The passengers by the East India Mail s'teamer

the turf on English ground great interest has the adoption of this law the vole stood thus:- chnrpc of his duties and has pone too far in carrying | believe Delhi had fallen.! An outbreak was
lf. have neither word" to enlarge the
nor I ted
pace upon at Madras.
been flt iu the result in l oth e I theme. The new i i\ too !sudden and ttartling, and yens nays ; been classed as Southern Democrat and The basis of the Netherlands project for
Two bales of new cotton received at New Orleans I accounts given ,'fthe running there docs not seem (rom the North yeas 3, nays 62. But three Northern a Right l lition.of African Slavery in the time abe.
there i is no hope that is not too sadly true. wall in Mr. Polk'n cabinet. We are not like some West India Island

from Texas, were ?o1u a I 8 cent*. The Nacogdochcs Cltronii-lt of the :ROth; nit in to have been much settled except that the Amer- votes outMelc of the Democratic party I Thus it people or some rnpers-fly up at any little thing 'M an indemnity to the proprietors of 34.000'GO M Jguilders.

cans were beaten. The time mentioned ( 2} miles 1'. clear that the Fugitive Slave] Law would never before they understand it, therefore we waited i .

'Says the Wakulla Jlmts of Wednesday last, more explanatory this singular and deplorableevent. 5 min. 10 sec.) settles notliiuir against t-ueh a horeHS have been passed without: then'cl Northern Democrat1. while before expressing any sentiments. The gentleman COMMERCIAL IXTnUOEVOL-LIVERPOOL CoTTO

.The new iron steamer Gen. Ruek, C.pt Cozzens That paper gay.: Prj'or who has run his three inilco in K-ss than I said in his remarks that the Democracy had MARKET.-Cotton was quiet and steady, and hol7

has taken her the mail line between Gen. Kr.fk !ui--t ever since the (It'nthft.ill wife, I ,nholilionized Kansas and that Mr. Buchanan sent era were firm. The sale for the three'day.. compnsed
place upon UV.der a nuntnl depression! which at times 5 nun. 50 i sec. Mr.Ten UroockV countrymen: oxpvct Let us now consider the Nebraska bill-Ihnt most Walker there knowing that he would make it ft free 13,000 bales, of which speculator and -

1 New Orleans, and Key West She i is represented Il'wc him down beneath its weicht. ale has to apr better thing! from Ins horse in (the other ':(('. trying and terrific of all measures to the Northern Stale-at least that i is what we would infer from porters took, 2,501 bale, leaving 10.500 balrt of all"

by those wno have eeen her to be an excellent -at extent secluded }him-eJf from hoeu-ty. and We quote from the reports in the London journals Democracy. That measure under which courage his rl'l llrkil. Now it i is well known that during descriptions to the trade. Time sales on Tuesday

boat, well adapted to the .ervice. Capt Cozzens,* lately that deepondeaey baA: been more marked: and tho late rnnv.i", when Kansas excitement was run- comprised 2,000 bales. t -
: quailed and virtue was st'Jucel-thnt
her fommmdcr. is too well and favorably known apparent to those familiar: with him. A severe illness measure ninp }high the Know Nothing presses in this State
from which he wa jiibt rtvovirinjr, had prostrated rnnr\EATIO\S rtm inn cur-THE! FIELD ANt TIIIf which in the North made apo.stacy a virtue, and ami Mr. Myrick[ himself, who was then slumping AUGVt4TA. August 17.-Hon. A. II. Stephens an

t
a.onl1m." from a ri-inj; bark of hi* n('k The belling on the cur fluctuated considerably angel nnd a Democrat a devil-an ordeal the 1U(.!t anyhow, in SPite of all the Democracy might do.- Congress, in the Constitutionalist to-morrow, and

The Gen. Ru!k. ve suppose take; the place of On v vtmlay evening about o'clock his furiily I during the forenoon, Anton amid His to the
the Rcbert Waterman. ]hearing the report of a gun and the fall of a body, each first favorite in their turn but, at the close Northern Democracy emigration to Kansas ? Did not the Kansas Association policy of Gov. Walker,and thinks that the Prwi-

4 ran to the spot and: found him ]lyinc dead upon the I both pave way to Gt'mll'n'ho advanced to half have ever been ul. l'cte.1. On this question how Alabama have an Agent here to raise subscriptions dent should recall him.

ground, behind the iritHery at the back of the house, as short a price It f had been taken about either of did thc vote eland ? Northern Democrats who voted i for-their enu'e ? itow much was done?

The Southern Commercial Convention. with a rifle under him. A coroner's jury WHS siim- the other two. Florin recovered from the depression for it in the HyuBu were 45 ; those who voted ''One young gentleman left And joined that expedition New YORK August 17.-Cotton is louytnt and

This body adjourned on\hc 14th, after a session mon t-a, from whose v('nlict we extract the fulloiis ]- caused by, Potoeki" defeat for thA ..li.. ; and had it not been for the damper thrown 500 bales were sold to-day at an advance of|d.
The 'l'.J..Jll\n __j Ait it.sa appeared to have a against it were 38. Not one Northern man of any the U). Middling Orleans i is' rr
cf four d-iys. next place of meeting is Montgomery : great upon cause throughout] the South }by Know qr ted at 16 cents, sad
in May. ISfis (b.-"- -. ---- '1-a'- I I tIC cause of 11e'ltt I th 1 was a gun-phot] (rifle) 1IH11'uppl'I'ler; at the ]last, and tho:e who bore in other party voted! for it They ALL voted againstit Nothing presses and! speaker, Southern emigration Middling Uplands at 16} cents per Ib. Flour is'

[ gates were in att'ldnce Among the list of \ ice- wound on the fore part of his head, inflicted from mind 1I'lI.II'que'l'f'rfOl'1I13l1ee over the same course to the number of 54. In the Senate the North would have been l rger-anJ now the Know Nothings dull, but Southern has advanced 10 cent* blL
a rifle gun hel.l in }his own hands and diM.'hanrc last year were templed by the hor.-e's blooming appejiruiKe i the Democracy have abolitionised Kansas. Wheat is heavy and irregular. Mixed per
Presidents we observe the name of cx-Goyerne ern Democrats who voted lotit. were 14 ; ajrainct say Corn !is
by hims lf. to" stand him ngain thi Moselcy of this Stale, a also among the Secretaries j: Xo further clue ran be civrn to tliia my, cry.- !I When thc competitorenm<* on the cour-e the it. 4. No Northern Whig or (of course) Abolitionist -- commands 48 J cents per gallon. Rosin Turptntiie is

that of'Col. 1 Whit Smith. The following dis.- j No papers or writings of the same day have" 1 been I Americans of course were I the lion?," and the spectators voted for it. From the Washington Union. at |1.95 per bbl. Cotton' freights to Liverpool quoted is

ptcbelnd synopis arc said to embrace the prociedingcef i I found; eAcept a Kltr nddrei5."pd 1 to a gentleman in I anxiously] crowded round whilst they} underwent Now, our conclusion drawn from nil thee fact6 The next IIoiiNe of' Ilepres.entatlves.PostJug quoted nt Jd per tt>.
i New Orl) ':in ordering n tonsb.-tonc for his "ife. the ciperation of saddling. l'ric'I'ao was the Book -
the Convention: with thic! I led tall looking is 5 is, that the South:; owes a debt of gratitude, not to Election*, for LATER -
: inscription : by a intelligent negro a remarkably members of the House of Representatives FRO:? CALIFORNIA.

.. KOXILLE August 11.-Tjie Contention met in j! .B1t'scJ are the pure in heart, f"r they shall oe Gud.'' handsome chestnut with Iwo white feet and the North but the Northern Democracy which of the next Congress have nov been held in I

this yefcterday, in the First Presbyterian Church I j; -- I a 'blaz of white in his face ; he stands fifteen hands, should not be forgotten. True, they did but their all the States of the Union with the exception of Arrival of the Empire City.

attendance i' Alien Suffrage In KanIl8J1.. I ha* brilliant aetion. and ia said to possess wonder- and :Maryland Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana with
The i is
delegates large. duty, nothing more but NEW
I Error ol-leinp pretty generally with regard to I II fat powers endurance.. His appearance, however ; they performed that the following result : YORK, Ant 12.-The Empire City Capt

The Convention "&called to order by MHJ. ;i the prh liege of voting by iiniiatnralizcd in |i| betrayed great want of condition and his owner duty when at the North treason commanded a Dem. Blk Rep. K. N. Vacancies McGowan, from Havana, has arrived itithdatts

White of Knoxville: ; and on motion Mr. Janice I r'rolln j informed us that the hore"a so badly] off" high reword, and fidelity suffered severe punish Maine.- 6 (:ora that place to the 8th Jnt.., and with later in
j Kansas and even borne who ought to be better in j ji
from
; telligence
Central
and
South
Lyon?, was requested to act as temporary I before leavint; his training quarters{ atStockbridpe, ment. N. Hampshire- 3 I America, sad
c Yirgnia. the of the Convention i formed )mre in thopn"; ailirjr mis-take, .-1 li(1u arc j thai he should] not have started him but for the improvement -.- Vermont.- 3 California.
-
; rr6i unti organization :' not peratiUfd to wl in A'ansif It is true that by he daily exhibited after his arrival (a858chul'et.tA.11 I The Empire City brings tl.SOtt.OOO) in treasure,
was Cfl'dt (Goodwood on t the : Priores A new paper ]ha* been established nt Corvalli", Rhode I'Jand"2 j The new< from Central America I is not of
j I the 23d Sect itiii ('f 1' tl.e Kansas act, they wtrepcr- previous Saturday. is j special
The committee on c.rgadzatit. reported the j I altogether different ]looking animal], being fully Oregon, called the Occidental] Mes-iengpr, which Connecticut, .. 2 2 interest

: name of J. D. B. DeBow, of New Orleans, f" prinanent mittt-d lI.tc (it tl-tfrst (lion ; but the same sixteen hands hiifh, and rather leppy: with a poodforehead ; I takes bold pros1averground.. The following iu New Vork. ,12 21 I The Democratic Convention in California has Dom

President, which wns 'I (!!: section further ].ro\ided that: the qimlitieations of nnd immense ]hips, which somewhat redeem an extract from its fir-l number : New Jersey. 3 2, mated the Hon. John B. Weller, as candidate for

t t'onfrmc.lllIccal. : voter? and of iK-ldinsj: rffiec at dl fulifeqtiept cft'c- her shabby loin I tl. Pennsylvania, 1-1 1'') '1 Governor.Tlie .
fction. i She looked] fitter than her, Upon .Mil.j-ct of dome-tie v cry, now ajrita- Republicans, in Convention, have Dominated
to run and Delaware 1
i! "tmII11] be s-tich ash: public Oregon from .extent Edward
The of eleven for Vice-Presi I one of Stanley, us their candidate for
names gentlemen her appearni.ee did honor to Mr. K. D.I Palmer, her Virginia .. 13 GoTrnor.
.
Ix'gislativo _\ ,'mly] JIsejr.t dfftivn contt'mplatt.J the territory to the other, we trdiallsand A destructive fire
had
dents, and eleven Secretaries, were reported, and! J I trainer, who at t one time, I lived i in :i similar capacity I frankly South Carolina, G occurred at Valparaiso.
avow ourselves in favor of the in-titufion.
by the Kansas lid took place on the Soth of with I the ]late Mr. John C. f'tcHn'l. the hl'l/.lof We not Florida. .. 1 A desperate battle had been fought near Artqulpi,
the Convention. believe it be
approved by only to in
; right but beli"- in Peru
j March 1855, for mcnib.-rs of the L'gi.,1tltiH.t".I11' the Ame-riean turf in IiU day, for whom he wase- that the principle 'e Arkansas, . 2 between the armies of\ (franco, and those
Resolutions were subsequently) urgingthe j prosperity of this portion of th ; Vacific of El 3I riscal Castillia. the President ..
Id'\rtet j bly of the Territory, and tho Kxi-liitiire] thuclec- rv snccrsnful] with the celebrated, lilai-k: )Maria and eoast in d Missouri . 1 1 2 of Peru.-
a decree
great both
depends
its armies claim
United States Government to withdraw; their ,other horses ivhi,-h he IllIn.J..,} on Long Island. upo adoption lI4inois-------- 5 1 the victory.
te-d met at Pawnee the place doirnated by (; | here in our embryo State.V dc. I There has been
uv.fleeder ire
I Mr. Ten Broeck's turn'int'wni in '1 to awaken an attempted revolution at Csl!
front the of
squadron Africa IOWa.-
co \ I
recommending every respect the 2
;
:?! 1 on the :.l of July!- 18,:. Among the nets Il j i ipc a national one) hisjekiys 1 b iutIIl..ri.n'; \\ 110wO'e .I people: : of Oregon:) ful'j' to the importance I Wis.im-in------ 3 lao, a fortified town of northern Peru.
the erection of suitable fortification' in the harborof 1.111" sl.'t.: .\f1:'- sl.-.v't
- "-,-d lll l y it was one prer-cribinij tin- jnilineationa I the color* of I the Mate?-crimson and whito iu) .< :m 1 ry i is the conservative1Otttfli I Indiana. . ; .1 I ; Frotn the Alia C'ili/-rniin, July 1 s.
Port Royel 1. vii. the coast of South Carolina ; andfclo striped r :and blue : Qi ; sycl m uf -<>v< rnrnent. . . ;j The Democru'ie
i1 of vottr*, :1.- follows: i i"Every jaekets caps j l'.C' )! Ohio. 8 13 State (Convention assembled at
in ,Mobile] Bay. I Mr. 1 en Broeek: and hi> frii'i:<]K as well a.- all the 5. -a.vr\ rcr.rcstation in the I U. S. Senate! j I )uIiehiigan.- -I \ Sneraniento& on the 11th, ami adjourned tine die-
ficc vhit-I rnalVi 1 needs on
the (7tI
Other rcoiut'nuffr&.1 the conidirntion t.f I tanti Americans v. III"i..it"'II the meeting, I "t'ntIIJ-lIn-111C: prepon.lerai.ee, l/-in tIUrarti..I l boisterous
p f.r : day a
frfit's, every fre malv In-lian] vIsi! 5 i. made Itipn. i favor ( the free State*-and a fine U I Inow
and action .,t f tl!, tVarti'' ,, but w ref-r- ) Prior nnd Prioress! v.'ith conMdenibl"- pp11it'anti opportunity Texas . . 2 ; 5e5-fl. As was antieipateJ, the Administratio.1)),
; ( ( by treaty or bnekimr thr-mto by '
win Between ,. . or unti Broderiek
to the committee"0:1 Lu-:ne' i I and t\1..t "hall beau inhabitant !I fl.fw-u and ndmi-nion] of with ] Kentucky 8 2 party were greatly in the amen:
Aiaoii/the twtntyoiyisr slavery
rel : I Oregon a eiiUso.'flitre I
; r.- of the! 'tCrit'I'ltuJ of ii- i l'I()II rfM I vMr.f T. B. i/VleKi'ly m.-.de] n fIIlll.k' I on Tennessee.. . 7 S : i lutions w-i re tl.os cz.1.-r.! ; ; Mr.! A. y IaDI'srrject : "o-.iiny; and ditrirt in the race is one great impediment to the prosperityof North Carolina de-pirate effort made tn
Dult KniMi'hMeii 7
'II"J2':1 1
: -
th-y }1Il.1"cry fewiipp'MUrs | adopt stringent resolutions
which IK- ff-F I -
( : to voteij'.l 8-1-all: 1tn'paiJ a T -r- j I Or" II'I. and that i is the lii rh priee of labor.
for esUbli-hinj; I lih of tUnrn ferry 1cat. ri''ri,11.x.wl. 1.1 /II1Jit.1: : :ct"r, for all e-t. .. ] 1 thonpTi ly'J'Y .1'.s..Iatiuit] I< d them to \ The only ienieslthat we :can suicife'-t is the 5n- .Alabama .. ._. 7 i i1H con'lemr.atory c'fthc' Vigilance Committee, but the
_
t from the.Chesapeake Bay to Milford Haven : re-olution .1 tn'o: oirfe.ae :"-.'' i J.s_; Rood ]looking"iiinl: fine ir I"'I :!"' We ]iitvoilr..u ; trodiU'tion. of domestic sliucrv, and if would !t majority were evidently indisposed to renew the
w ITJ.j 1 I !I"rl' C''dl a minute 1 ']'-,' :,.n; of t lie race, I'I'I men ) 91 l 8 2 i agitation en that exciting subject
recommending: ; Government patronage to ('l".1..'.,." '; l-ut cat aside the shackles ('t(prejudice with which
.1. 11=. fL4t.! : ,-1- (.f 1.1.} v''e i it : (which was run a'' a wr* l.-he.l! picc-throuiL"ut, the In the States of Texas, Kentucky, TennerN.. t The following nominations were mna'lean.1 afterward

line of Southern ttounI'tho repeal If the! fishery n.y: :11. tl t'i: tinJ." .i ill;( \li..I. tint r.nc ,, I MI miles and a I half: occupying I ," tu. I Itj osSOC. -. : 27 j tut they: would Ila..I.n fettered) frllm in the their boyhood''iion. they, Carolina and Alabama Congressional elections were I declare!! unanimous:-For Governor, John
bounties, c. i ii-lowcr than i see a remedy sug t. held last week, anti, although full and B. Weller ; for Lieut Governor,
.. votod -Udt13 !,c.I l tl.tfuuliti j; 1I.t"t'II'. ,) and it Mill be thenec i ii complete returns Joseph Walkup ;
cxcj't < nlions J _
In the list of Vice Pret-ideiit* h the name of Col. iiow-- | i ]ln rued that the Amerie-an' RIII: inudi lutlir, than !iI I -* .- have not been received, we believe that the I for Comptroller, J. W. Mandeville; for Treasurer,
Thomas : :' In'Ilkl-.I l 3u the '',.j-i'JH ijiot,:.. (;-n. I IIittld.J i j jV. I was expected* th m-in f.ut our opiniontreiiffth t j Dentil Kx-Seiiator Tnrney.We actual result trill verify the correctness of the figures I The-mas Findley ; for Judge of the Supreme Court,
Latham
n of Campbell county, G orgi: :. \- v.a< ..;..-tl..] n i--le/ati, t Conjrrc** in OctoJar I i j! I n'rll.y that: of many of thejotkevs who rode} therein I resret to announce: the death! of Hon. H. Tur- as given above. Supposing no changes occur- j Stephen J. Field ; for Surveyor General, IL A. Hijloy : -

3 .nr.l.for Pri'retj ,. f ring in the remaining four States, where elections ; ; for State Printer, John O'Menra. There i*
Kvorviur.Tr.vy., Aug. 1:-Aft r the 1.tihg m tin! I.'gi-!b'.In' olif.cn' ii O".ti..l!.T, 11''lj. by wiiieh j!' nave' w.n.oi.!ii. l'_>st a gr.tt deal] Ilf irn in I II 1 ;.t i| a s.y imi'ihrr < tit" Unitcil t. tt.lah' from are to be held the next House of Representatives j: lit'tle dcubt that the disaffected will all give in their

had been duly organized: find :ct-nsu hi< e vn ]IJI r.laess :;; nil: the tiirn, bi.i l itktd :.. <;:;:;l".HI:." (\'< i.p T-nne- fl"'n1: ,15 to 1 jl.I A e.Jrro5l.l.Ient of : will stand ns follows: I j J adherence to the nominations. The Republican

for the dri.g.i'eC":. ;<:er..tI"a .f. they tuIJIR! WH', }p---ti ''alii-vr a <")r.vnt"n of the [.-.1)I I i I to th. .Ijst.'tuc", tl.at under Muh di.-a'lvaiit.tre i it ii i- i} th" Nahvil! [-IIi.,: Wiihetcr: T,'inie--iee, fur- }C-tn. Bik Rep. K. N. Vacancies I candidate has already opened the campaign in a
w'l
proceeded to i 1"iU"Si.: Pie j to fi>nj; i '.r.t.t'ti! ,n nr..1:111I1'( fovcrnrn.-nt.: : I II i' by no iiieans: 5iiipr"'.;t ibl't i if skillfully hnn.lle.l she ni-hes the! fallowing particulars! of his death : Members nlrea- i speech delivered in Musical Hall! in this city, on the

. I I -a- I I flight !ha\c ol.t.iin.. ."! n inii'-h mfj-e prominent: posi-; dy elected..110 01 1 8 2 ; evening of the 15th, before an immense audieufe.He .-
The bur'ntiCocimittee then reported agai.ji! ICleetlonw.li : i I tinn nt the fiiii-h. ).fr. Ten I'nxvk, we believe, j i I H. i L Turn"y 'li1! 1 ..f ctc-: :"stion about /jv'c1olk. Members from ; fully defined his position, and took strong

Tr.e l1d DirertTaxation : atnint the uth' TE.r-rm P. M., on Saturday, the Isl inbt. I He hail the Maryland], Geor grounds in favor of the of
Fee : : <- %hvilo! L"nin of the HJhj 'wits jrrently ilis.--itisticd with tlu ridinjr] <.f (;tilput-: i, spent principles Republicanism.A .

teceiving good-ctniin: :; from Stales which} did! not j 5n-t. 'ny. : We think we JJJI\: 'Ufdclair tlic, :1 rick who si.uii-d} to }I.c all abr(>"(1. II,: opiarc.ltiee'uiit" I day. iu tuwlIl\Ucndin: to his 'business in the circuit gin Mississippi, State nominating Convention of the American
uphold the fugitive slave' w.b, ; I with I the I jockf-y next morni.np, lln.1 I the I j!i Iutt ('( .urt.l1ollti! o'clock. he left for his home, U} and Louisiana party bus been called by the Sachems, to convene
1: against th lUrtion 1 eight m.-nsl-er? of Contjrc-'K From the niilc di.-tant ill his u-ual healtli. Hi the
I ] .r'" next mount we take it, will W j in Auwr t-I. I Ii t con, PeterTurney as they stood in at capitoL
a dUcrimination of the Government in fa\or t Ft.eig 1 time clo- .i-trii-i! the Ie'i i i- not) full ; but des- i: Both horses arc eirtiiin eif" seeing a better day ;" I and -oinc other gentlemen attending .court last (!ongrcss.. .15 8 It is surmised by some that no nomination for

luuil lines from Northern ports. They rejxir- :|I I jmtelu-s ktter.nnd \-rl..al as'c ount.s claim them for the manner in wh'u-ii Prior struggled to the end I walkeil! with him about half a mile, w hen he left Governor will be made, but, by others, that a full

fiivor of the eve-mj'tion] 'fone slave to w.lislaveholder c certainly] fur the Imo) 'rat*. TIll l is a proof thai 1:0 i: journey: i i-i too ]long for him. and iwe i them in unusal fine spirit.About }half a mMe from Total.. . 125 91 16 2 Know Nothing ticket will be presented to the people
eongref5onal that he
point was found' 1 by one of his neighbor'sI The House of Representativesconsislsof 234 for their suffrages.
} : mu-t do Brother Jonathan the jiittiee to state member -
frm Fdzut'for el.t. and in favor of 1 dcletretioii will tln-i Maud as follow- : I that he was 1 by no means
erecting Arizonia into a Territory and in favor of ;, Dist. 1. A. G. Wat kin-, Democrat. I reckoned upon.) was sick ; to take ('11( of his mule, from his wagon, case now stands-allowing no change in the four The Kentucky Legislature.

.recovering ccrUin l land ]b't by the recent treaty !I 2. W. W. Wallace t'DlOrat. TilE HAl .-After the starter had paraded,: the and take him hOIl1(. He .went about half a mile, States where elections are to he held-the Demo- We have now heard from all the Senatorial District -

: Mexico. The Committee aUo reported that- 3. Snniuel A. Smith horses in Indian! tile past the Grand; Stand, he conducted and told] the boy to take him down ; he thought he erats will have a majority of sixteen in the next *, with the 'ollowing result :
ith Democrat. should di<*. The boy took him ,down and gallopwd House. This think will be increased
majority, we Know
the ardent them to the 1'0ct. and endeavored to draw Nothing members holding over. 13
notwithstanding det-irc ofmanv, the time !; 4. John 11. Snvj:?Democrat. them up in line-a tsu.kof Rome little] difficulty: to his house, a short distance to give the IIlarm.g .-' to eiffh'efn, as the two vacancies in the Pennsylvania Know Nothing members elected 1857..a

had not yet arrived for the Convention tu consider ; f. CliHrles KeadKnow: Nothing. owing to the fractiou-.*.< of t Prior who caused several gentleman walking the farm ran to him in and Indiana delegations will, in all probability\

t the re-openin( of the .African slave trade- < G. George W. Jones, Df-mocrat. ] breaking away. When the flip: was dropped, time him to see him" breathe his }last, but too late for be filled by Democrats. Total. .. .. . .. . .. ... 20

A resolution was read in favor of self-cling Montgomery 7. John V. Wriglit Democrat.) Vi connt ru.hed le, the front, ]but on reaching the to >".a k. -. Democratic memberj holding over.. 6

Ala.. the Grand Stand, Riseber. who was pulling hard, wont *. Alleged Cure for Small Fox. Democratic memberssclected 1857. . 13
a next plnce for meeting for the 8. F. K. Zollicotfer, Know Nothing. I up to 111m ; Vi-vountMonarque.- fJunboat.! Fiserman )1I.Ol'RI EueTlos.-St.: Louis, August 11.-Returns The consul of the United States at the Rio Grandedo 19

Convention. j I tm I. J. D.) C. Atkin-.Derno.Tut., and Ic-li"i'a clustering well up, t the American horses from 00 counties give Rollins, the American Sul Brazil has transmitted to the Department

A resolution was adopted) for the] withdrawal. 1 of K. W. T. A very D moenit.i bringing uj the rear. On turning out of the candidate for Governor about ,nnn 1I1RjoritIut; of Stite very interesting communication from Dr. Know Nothing majority,. 1

.e squadron from the African Coast I i Tlie Dcmocnits will have a ofnotlett straight, however, Prioress (l'rTII.rt'(1 from the ruck the return are so cont1i.tingt"ftt.! accurate figures R. Landell of Port Alegre, claiming the discoveryof It will thus be seen that the Know Nothings
-- .. majority and went away with a lead of half dozen lengths; cannot be given. Rollins probably elected by a cure for the small pox. Dr. Landell states that have a majority of one in the Senate Some of those

: t The New Custom.House. I i thnn five, and probablyen] in each hout-c of the Florin Gunboat l. Monarque, Fisherman, Viscount, sonic l,5'io') majority. the idea of using the remedy to be mentioned first members, however who hold over, represent districts -
progresses towr.l' j[ State legislature, and 'from ten to fourteen and Arsenal in l On occurred to him during a terrible epidemic of this which democratic
completion in true .by the job" Btyle. !j on joint running a hotly next. roundinpthe Rollins was the candidate and received the are now largely and they
support
eli much livelier vote of the two houses. turn toward the elutnp Prioress mn wide and! of the Know disease} in 1837, Imt that lIe first administered it in may feel! disposed to obey the will of their constituents. -
than
play tune Uncle Sam is the
Black
wont i I Nothings,
-_ I (iunboatwaa left in possession of the ]lend whieh Rapuihlkan.amisi !. :. since which time his success and that of his .
t her, and if the old gentleman furnishes the sinWP I t I all the other anti-democratic factions in the son, Dr. John Landell], and other colleagues in the The House
we predict the edifice completed within thepace .ML""I :M'l.-T e Vick burj? Timn nays that Col. he carried on into the dip. On rising into sight of Representatives will, from the evidences I-
of a few rhort months. I I J. L. Alcorn decline the nomination of the American i Ris.t!ber and Prioress were teen in elo: company Stale, including the Bcntonitcs. treatment of small pox have been most flattering.As before us, stand about as follows:

The foundation is laid, the iron door-frames and partj" for Governor of Mitsisnippi, nUll that he I I I with (;Junboat followed by Melissa, Florin, Mon- -- the Secretary ot State has communicated Dr.Landell's Democrats and Old-Line Whigs,. M

sleepers in th .ir places and two feet of the L Lcomplet I !is now A.candidate for CoiijTre-pin the Fin-tDistriet I nl''lIt' Fiohe-rman, and Arsenal. BANK OF ALII.'. .-We are informed that this paper entire to the leading journal of the Know Nothings.. 41
medical in the United it is
.-Fentacola "'al I 1111 opposition to the Democratic nominee, Mr. Lniunr. I II J thcran thus to the lust turn and on descending Bank will po into operation the early part of next protession States only

IJ10ratCngN. I The gentleman who i. tube opposed by Col. the hill by the half mile poet. Gunboat slipped up year and we dooM not will be a good reliable institution. I necessary for our discloses purpose to extract that portion of 18

; at its lai-t 'wion, appropriated money cornjs I/ (J. C. Lamar formally of AI.I lie j I and fell, and Arsenal jumped upon him. Furdhnin We hope thrso controlling the charter I the paper which the remedy and its proper Which will give a democratic majority of 17 on
exhibition
t for tlC eetion of the building mentioned above I I Georpio. I fortunately kept his seat, but Kestrel and Gemma will succeed in having the flock taken as soon as : I joint ballot-abundantly large for all purposes.
is a most eloquent debater, and will inakc his both Dissolve the vaccine that is contained on a pair
mark: di Vergy came to the ground. The lamentable
the they antici pate. S.outh-wealeni Georgia; needs The Know Nothings elect several of their Senators
: At same 50,000 was for I
F1iol appropriated n in Congress. He is the son-in-law] of the I ev. Dr. I! ] occurrence of last year immediately rushed upon banking facilities very much the Southern Bank, at of plates or a capillary tube, which is about four or and Reprcsentativcybarely by the skin of their
House, } Office te., erected in this six drops of vaccine lymph in 4 or 6 ounces of cold
'ot the minds of the and the
-ur t b Longslreel and brother of the popular and talented spectator", most painful this place, being the only institution of the kind in teeth.
city. Why is it that the Custom House is interest was excited. All fears water, and give to the patient a table-spoonful every -
going up S Senator from this Dr. T. B. Laruar. were dispelled this entire section of the country. Success to the The scats of several of the Know Nothing rnezn-
county three hours.
at Pensacola, while nothing is being done towards -_ the j jockeys were seen to tcnunble up apparently Albany Bank.-Bainlridye Aryux.From "The two favorable or result of this exhibition is, that berf ennmerated.in the above list, we understand

the building in Tallahassee! ? Asa reason for the Capability of the Negro.Gerritt uninjuren. will be contested.-Louinille Courier.
it the modifies the and
mitigates symptoms species,
After this
accident Rineber l left with
,
was slight -
tardiness in Smith, tf New York, made the the Peninsular, Aug. 8th. the -
informed the
: our ease, are Department experiment lead with Monarejuc at his quarters and Prioress cures small-pox. Jam** B. Clay Klected.

1 waiting for the t convey j u- i of giving ]land to free nc roes. The following next with Pryor well up the American horses going Army News. "I recognise that as vaccine applied externally We
L.lalur much
ricdktion over the lot Court House is a part of Isis confession of the result It is of a particularly strong anti well At the half distance Col. F. S. Belton Commanding 4th Art'y, arrivedat prevents the small-pox, so, also, being taken iu- B. ara has been gratified elected to to heap that from Hon.tie James Ashland
I this place on the 1st 5 not. wardly, in the manner above indicated it cures Clay congress
it to placed. If this be BO, will inform the character with experiment of the kind Monnrque went up to Rise-ber, and Prioress l district in email
b we every on Kentucky, by a majority.
gave way to Fichermuu. The race from that By order of Cot Benton Ft :Myers is established quickfv and efficaciously the small-pox in all its
Secretary of the Treasury that there i no necessity record with the exception that as Mr. Smith }had L was virtually reduced to a match between the point first Head Quarters for the 4th Art'}' instead of Fort sta ell.II The district was represented in the 'last by a

for waiting for leginlatire. action. The General his pick out of the very beet of the free negroes of f two Monarque winning I by H head, three lengths Brooke. Lt. Col. Monroe will command at the Under its use, the fever, the delirium the j the know nothing and to desperate defeat Mr.efforts Vrere this made by
plug ugUes Clay
conferred all the the North the of the between the second and third. latter post hoarseness diarrhoea, phneumouia cerebral year.
Assembly has power on the Governor proportion 50 to lOOt i is ]larger Anton who met congestion These have and

that 1* requisite in the case, as will be seen than would expected under ordinary circumstance with a disappointment by the accident mentioned Cttpt Robert Mickler's Independent Company and finally the secondary fever disappear. of Henry exertions Clay, the, father proved of unavailing the whig party, a now son
above, wns Beaten about three lengths from Fisherman Mounted Volunteers arrived at this place, on Sunday Beginning the treatment on the 2d or 3d dayof
by the following extract ti-em the laws of the State, : : Prioress was a bad fifth Prior and Melissa the 2d inst and was mustered into the United the eruption the small-pox becomes as varicella represents, as a democrat, the district within whose

chap. 680: I confess that my expectations from the measure were 6th and 7th ; the others were: pulled up. States service on the day following.This or varioloid ; although the epidermis thickenedand limits the remains of the immortal statesman

EKTIOW 1. He it enacted by Senate and Jfoiue have nol been) fnlly;aahized. Of the 8000 colored -.. r Company is ordered to take pot nt Ft. Loyd, in a state of congestion and in five days be- renoe.
Jtepretentctivet oftkt State of tl in General men to whom I gave land probably 1 less than A Monster Tree. near the old Okeechobee battle ground. come dry without suppuration. It is fit that the plug ugliest of the Ashland district

Attembly convened. That wbenevr Ford of land 50 have taken and continue to hold possession of / apt. K. T. Kendrick informs us, says the Tampa Capt. Miekler was 1st Lieut in the late Company Applying the same treatment on the 4th or 6th should meet their final defeat at the bands of.
trt their grants. What} is }half of the :3000 of Capt. Mo!ely. His will be of the the son of Mr. Cloy. It was they who set to-work
containing not more than four acres shall be selec worse as Pe7inszdamthat while on a scout a short time since experience of great day eruption, the small-pox becomes as if
which He built
I have either sold their land been advantage in the Seminole Ilunt.Ca1it to tear down the whH party up,
judge, .
of the United or so they were the true vaccine nil and dry in the
officer ;
by an autborz or agent he found on Fish-Eating Creek 11 miles from its and told the world of the of ,
corruptions whiggery .
States, for of erecting thereon careless us to allow to be wild for thxe.'I '. E. T. Kendriek's Independent Company space often days with suppuration.
a Light-House wU.urp Hospital or other I referred to the character of the colored peo mouth a Live Oak tree measuring 37 feet in circumference Mounted Volunteers is ordered to relieve Capt. Car Considering, then that the vesicles and pustu. for which they would not be responsible. Among

mMie work and the title t the said land shall beheld pie. It is improving but atill far from what it which throws shadt'lIt, noon, 4C yards ter's Company, at Lake IIarn ). The latter Company leo ought to be opened, for two or three times always the few many exceeded atrocities those which which occurred this party the perpetrated.state of
should be. Among them are intelligent and noble in diameter. is won to be mustered out. that they contain any liquid and beginningthe m
by the State, then on application by the said This tree has but five branches-- oooceup'ing hare been rouSeeTeveirHi
officer or agent the Governor of this State, the men and women, but the maas are i ignorant and Capt. Pacetty's Boat Company ]left this place yesterday third day to prevent the secondary fever. I Kentucky. They finally
t a central position the other four form that state and a of the father of
; son whiggery
afternoon with
said Executive authorized transfer tote thrifllesi instructions to make all necessary have had since 1842 more than thirty cases, and in
States the hereby title and jurisdiction t over You deal but justly with them when you declare ing angles, five feet from the ground, and extending repairs on the road leading to Ft. Meade. fourteen paid particular attention ; there were three gives the finishing stroke in his own neighbour

Unit; but if the title t. land wanted shall that their own bad influence goes further than in }horizontal lines-giunglhe tree the appearance, The Jacksonville ATeic* says :-Cupt. II. E. W. severe confluent cases, and eleven less sever, although hood. Mr. Clay has been traduced by the m EsWs-has-

not be held by the State, then on application of r the acts of the worst slaveholders to uphold slavery from a distance, of u small hummock, with a large Clark has received orders to raise a Company I distinct of been the raised midnight order; the stale it has'all err of renfyaJt been to ner
/' Independent Volunteers of one hundred "Since I had this have against him, but
the United States through their officer or agent in the men.to op'erate recourse to treatment J
tree the
centre. from
he has redeemed the district
after acquiring title thereto, the said Executive is _* m Against the Indians. not lost a single patient of tho small-pox. At my purpose;

hereby authorized t transfer t the United States S The official majority for Dowdell, dem., in the Capt. K.'s whole Ct\U1puny-88 men-dined under Cot. ROGKR'S REOIMENT. The following Companies request some of my colleagues are using this system, clutches of the Thug*. of

exclurtre jurisdictiom over the rainc: Provided aloayt Montgomery (Ala.) Congressional D District is 87.- the shade of this! tree, al noon/nnd hitched their of this regiment are, tcnipnriuulstationed at and they, as well as I, have reaped the most flatterP Mr. Gay will make a most useful member force congress -
Possessed of fair intellect and much
That the said transfer of title and 'jurisdictionis The whole vote given to each candidate was ns follows horses to tho limbs! the Two Mile Branch : Captains Hurdee's. MeLt'oJ' lag results.] A and
character he has maintained respect
is be granted aud made as aforesaid OJa'tUlnrll'. "Whitehcad's Stephen's, The e effects arc superior: to my expectation, always
t upon This i is a tree as it a tree. been placed.He .
:- > I and influence in whatever position he has
express condition that this State ) retain a con > Harrington's, Stewart's'-eitrht nil told. and even to comprehension ; in fact the vaccine
current jurisdiction the alwl States, in Andover Dowdril democrat.. . .. 6505 = These Companies all I number above the minimum neutralizes tho vitriolic virus, or one morbid action has not been often m public life having never

the hind or wit 8 to be transferred aDd ev- Judge,Know Nothing.. ., ,. . 6118 The Bravest of the Brave." -64 men-and, for efficiency, will] compare fa\or- destroys the effects another. By this treatmentI been an office seeker. He was once under minister Mr. Buchanan. to
The successful candidate in New York for Gen. with and offered mission
pro
I Jackson's snuff box is denounced the New raised in but declined it. We d > not remember that
.criminal, issuing under authority of this State or gold by any country. The Officers arc clever diarrhoea, pneumonia cerebral congestion, and
Dow-doll's majority. .. . 87 York.Tribune as an cx-faulter to the tuno of about gentlemen who will we doubt not, render their the secondary fever. he has held any other ofiice. It will be remembered -
of the or Judicial officers .
Any be CUI officer tercof m -. -- $24,000 Even if true this is not inconcictent with names popular before six months expire. It may be mentioned here that the use of emollient that our talented vice president was the first

exeut proper thereo any 1"110. KASHAS.-The Kansas correspondent of tho phybicial courage. Benedict Arnold might at onetime .- clysters castor oil the democrat elected in the Ashland district, and that
amenable the same, within the or internally, to keep
litt person and persons extent of the t or lands BO ceded in St. Louis Democrat says that Judge Kane has published have obtained" ft gold snuff box as the bravestof On SPECIE.-According to the Treasury estimates bowels loose, and in children calomel is very necessary he still lives within its borders.-St. Louis Leader.
_
manner and to like effect as if this act bad never --j his opinion that a payment of taxes is an the brave (hough ns events proved H grand. there is in this country about 230OOO,000 as also gargles of nitrate of silver and chloru- --- -

been, passed saving, however, to the United essential to the right of voting. The rascal financially and every other way. Nevertheless in gold, of which little more than a fifth is in the ret of lime. Nebraska Bleetlon.ST. .
Stales to their property within said limits preliminary if the charge be true, we ire sorry to see banks.-.leaving little short of $200,000,000 to be And after the fifth day give baths of warm water LOCK, Tuesday, Aug. 11. 1857.
or extent security Sheriff of Douglass county has given notice of his Old Hickory's snuff box finding such a place of dc- found elsewhere. The Treasury hoards commonly with a little chlorucct of lime, or chloruret of The following footings hare been received of the
very
intention to collect taxes. posite. He could hardly have supposed that government from twenty to twcllt)'- ve millions-]leav- soda, or sponge the body. result of the recent election in Nebraska for dele- -

AST- .naah' Staye Free. In a speech made by General Lane he announcedthat dt'f'l1ulter.howevcr highly endowed with ing probably, $17 .OOOOOO to he sought among the Also hare given vaccine inwardly as a therapeutic pate to Congress-one county remains to be heard
lar could have the face to that which was
pluck accept In benefit from:
IbwYou: 18.-Ellen, a slave belongingt an organization of I 1/f)"() men to protect the expected to be a testimonial of virtue as well as of people. Allowing $50,000,000-a liberal estimateto remedy beeping cough and with ;
AUge be in actual use there remains $12 .OOO.OOO. in some cases the hoop or convulsion cough disappeared Ferguson, Dem- - -- -- - -- '.J,470
$QM of Savannah, was declared pol!
free by Judge Hc-bcrts-n, of Wsf.cester county thalthlr mitnbf-r! would he incp-a-e-d to 25IOtif A Major Dyckman is the uecetfiul: candidate for Government and to an extent six time- exceeding cough, which extinguishes in four or t'vrclietlyi'." Dem., and present ineum"Tnt.hshI4llun1kin

'. .n tf". II...., '"lr)', the snuff 1oJr. I Ii I the Treasury, board I Washington ITs ion. t Dem. l.rw



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u QQM1CTh-Tht Lherpool T 1DN.r Valuable Plantations,' &c., -John Bull's' Compound WHO" 'WAITS MON' NEW BOXI Savannah llecUCat, ', -

\. la.1j' :4, U;': FOR SALE. FLUID EXTRACT JUST f f/flE ANETAkIJIWE :of LU '
Iflee: ha. bcea given at Lloyd's that Her Mij- I X. eomimoof OD the first Moadsj Iii Niiab.vnest.
a immediately to THE undersigned Executors of John Wbitehead, HAY BK OBTAINED BY BKISKINO 10 DOLLARS,
required ship ? .
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ertr'a eoTsrenent of Burke OF SARSAPAKILLA NEW HOOKS NOVELS a'' aI
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: rode convicts from Enfiland to Freemnn- cou'ity. decent!, offer nt private Halves and Quarter Tickets
400 f
rarzr Australia. Perhaps a more rtn arka- sale until the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock, Yellow I I DOUE-A Stroller io Europe; I .A_ FAQUL.T1".2" .

tlWertcrn of eoimcia never left the country At one the following property : A Plantation in BurkecoGuty Dock, Dandelion,pure Honduras Sarsaparilla ami I! IN PROPORTION. EL GRINGO Travels in Mexico ; i It D. AP.NOL M. D., Prwtice MedUin

Me lime set theft will go out in this, "hip. Amongst the on B>g v Out creek near Vrver's Pond:, adjoining Wild Cherry Barkis i the most patent Btoon PUBIFIEB JASPER tJLTVTY: : A ACADEMY OJ7EIi Yin l R I KANES r Arctic S.S. }FH pditt.n ,eedj AT. P. M. KOLLOC1L M. D .Obet.etriet_
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will be found Sir John Dan Paul, Mrahan 4Brtcc : I John B. Wbitehead M. P. Grien, and others in the known world. For the cure of Scrofula, I. ( ( I W.O. DULLOflIJL D. qU1J. .
40D of the of GEORGIA, THE DAYS of life A novel b/ tt the
the fraudulent tankers; Rolon. the CVvrtalIVbice l : containing 1700! acres, tnore or less, oak and hickory, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropy, and all CLrouic Diseases, .t t0RITT STATE oy .d. Hm AnD. If. D, Jaatoay.JURI4H r _
Redpath, who Commuted the forge- I of xi hich there are 500 norcs of fresh cleared Land it has no equal. Hl\Vann Plan, Single Numbers. t author of Margaret sod Zaideo ; p 'RJU.gS 1"p. P.hYa1Oh'iJ.I .
forger and 700 of well timbered : -- .------- : ISABEL-A novel; J. n. READ M. IiMaterIA MeJiea.
Xortfccrn Railway C"Jml'uDY ; and forest Land. Tbe Plantation ------ --- .
Hf cr.who the Greet committed the great gO1I robbery on I is well improved 1 and in pood order-having a i .of Mcdicint to l>c handed down to posterity an a blc- 80,000 TICKETS-3.28G PRICES I ARTIST WIFE-A novel ; novel I JOSEPH JpNESvJkkLX. Qh mutr/.

tire Af'Ilt.South Eastern Railway. The notorious bank llar e, commodious and new Dwelling on it-the winter I ting to the Human la111ily.I I Amounting to $ 15,260. -A new J. J. WEST. 11. D? Demonstrator. '. ,. "
RjurirtcrSiiwnrd.alisHS Jem the! Penman the I residence of deceased. Two mrl a half miles only i by Sitnms; dec.4-c. I The Preliminary: con'rsa of Lectures w 31 eommeac*

for "fall the crcut roWk i in them iopolis Ii J from Gr en's Cut Station, on the Augusta and I Great Internal & External iI Pi izes Payable Without Deduction. "McDOUGALL d HOBBY. OM tk 19h October next. Cliuital Lectures wilt I M -
turner I
up 27
I Savannah Juiy457. delivered regularly at the Hospital. H k Instl-
i for tliInst twenty :r'Rr", ul*> gfws ont in thiship. Railroad. ANDERSON & SON, Managers City > .
which \\"illl leave England OB the 25th pro*., I -ALSO- R.EJWEDY 9.DR. I Successors to J. F. WISER, Manager.Our Per Brig "J. G. Anderson tution win accommodate ot&r. 130 patuaU. To/ -

\'tmtarkin thoe ctnivk-ts at DvpfbnJ. the little Noit, A well improved Plantation on Lake Jackson, in JOHN BULL'S KiNG: of PAINIs I further particulars adress. .. ff

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contaiuins 1700 acres, more or Jess, hammock landa Cholera, Bowel Complaints, Dysentary, Weak Stom every Saturday,nnd in Savannah,0 a.(Large Schemes) BOXES C mpige Cider, July 18, 185t 29-3m
2S0 TlonejMrccTrr*d.On conMiioi able poiiLn of which is now under good ach. Gencrfl I Debility, Liver Complaint Dyspepsia, about the 15th of every month. 2 0 4 Tierces _ -- ------

Tuefdav ev
Town M
crcu'fci It is supposed that the uwwit-y belongs to ] 250 acres more or less, of Pine I.and,adjoining the Action in the Kidneys Piles, Rin<-worms Painter's DRAWS ArcusT 17TH, 1857, AT I better than: Brandy-surpasses OFFERED TO .
a r. S. Paymaster who jwied: through our Town, j Richmond Bath tiact, in Richmond county, with itn- Ch,"lic, Head and othaclie, Coughs. Cold, Cancer, I the Balm of a thousand Flowt'r. Persons Oash Purohasers;"

ana 'rho, on tt arrival at Tampa, discovered llm.s I pioveiuent*. Tumors,4STvelliugs, Cuts, Scalds Scrofula or King's ARMORY HALL SAVANNAH, GA. who use the article will LIVE TflHE UNDERSIGNED i ill new receiving his ptoal

of Sl.Wseems that the Paymaster (Ud not I -A L80- Evil, Scarlet Fever, and all Pains nnd 'Aches, in I Under the Stco n Snperintendente of I forever and never DIE X stock of Spring Goods which will be larg and

VncVwarn xrr whtfe the theft was committed ; whatever form they may appear. This medicine has W. Symous and J. For sale by R I. which he offers bin usual terms to H*
| .A Lot at Richmond Blth: with a comfoitublo! and I 1 Prents, Esoj I complete, upon
that it wadone the been before the about three and has I '
let be suspected by 6erl'nnts neat single and convenient houses pnblic years, relieved June 27, 57 26 punctual customers, and io all instances liberal discounts .
story Dwelling out ,
Krfelin our Town, R"d he eo f nified. and I more suffering in I that time than all other similar -
in< known as the Trowbridge House and Lot. CAPITALS of ?OOOO, ?20.000. $iOOOO, $5,- made for CASH. D. C. WILSON.
frornihe dexelojimenls xvhicb jave taken place it I If not of the Burke Plantation preparations combined. For sale at DR. Jonx 000. $4000, S2000, 3 I'rizes of f 1000, S of*500 100 FOR March 1467. 11
previously disposed SA.
'Would MCIU that such 9oae the fact.-Palatka Coin. BULL'S Sarsaparilla Depot, in Louisville and New of
of $50
will be sold Wayncbboro'. and the Florida Plantation $100, 100 3000 of $30 and 75. Approximation : ---- -
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I dC110X1': at Tallahassee, at public outcry, on the first York. prizes amounting $3,7 GOH7tofc i THE: LATEST SPRING AND SI1MMER-

Another Inttencc /T tpt tfnrm Cured ly the vet n/ Tuesday in December next. Terms liberal For Dr. John Bull's Tickets $10, lall'el 5, Quarters $2tt). BUSHELS of CORN and 4

Dr. fTLane Celebrated Vermifuge, I further information, apply to JOHN R. WHITEHEAD Compound Pectorial of Wild Cherry, certain cure pounds of STY ( S
I personally, at Bah! or by, letter, addressedto for Coughs, Colds and all diseases of the Throat and Look to your interest and compare this Seh'mevith Miccasukie. Refer to ,
FIErAREI) BY FLEMTXG BROS. him at Berzelia, Columbia any other. MUS.TS. G. J. MEOINNISS.
county.
Lung To be had at
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\E' YOKK, October 15,I5*'. .
:1r This i if0 rertify that I "'as troubled with a tnpc THOMAS JOHN R. M. BEP..HJE-f'l( ,, Sold by AMES A LIVELY, Tallahassee. 1 Bank Notes of sound Banks taken nt par. I July 4, 57. ___ 27Per"Wm.R.Pettis_ ; D. WILSON'S.'
Principal Offices-Louisville and New York.
far more than six months. 1 tried all the know n remedies "Ir8. Checks on New York remitted fur prizes. "
worm CHARLES W. WEST, June 27, 57. 26 I I I .
S Address orders for tickets Certificates of Packages
for ibis dreadful affliction hut without being able to THOMAS W. NEALY, or ; .
UNDERSIGNED is now receiving a Iarj.
itI one of Pr- M'Lanc's Almanacs hioh con- of Tickets I FROM XEW ORLEANS : THE
dortroy S Sl-tds
August 22.: 1857. toANDERSON
I varied stock of SPRING and, 3UMMK&.
WAKULLA i SON, ,
IRON WORKS
notice of several wonderful c'jren that had been Managers
Uin'd performed
f CASKS Sides and Shoulders GOODS, to the inspection of whioh be invite the
I l1JEDICA--NO-TICE. Macon Suannah Ga. 11
or "
celebratedcrmifu ,
lii j
bj prepared by Fleming 1 Hams
plain ,
:Now Por't F1.a. July 25, 1857. 30Don't t Public generally I :
Eroe. I relooh'ed try it; and immediately purchased a I iZD I 3 Tierce Sugar Curer Hams, CONSI3TIXG IX PAfcTOF.
bottle. *hich 1 tool according to directions; and the result I R. GOBMAN. J. L. 1'ALMER. 1" Smoked Beef
WES, 1 discharged one larget worm, tncananng more This Estallislimrnt is Now Under Full Blast. 1,1 Read This 2 choice Brown Snear, i Chintz,Barege,Grenadine.and .

than a jard, brsid a number of gmnll ones.MRS. Drs. GORMAN & PALMER --.4.----_ OH, DOX'T '7 I; lhJ!. Extra nnd Supcrfiott Flour I Organdie Flounced Robe, .
Solid Colored and Bareges
? M. SCOTT, No. 70 Cannon btrett.jfT I White Beans I Figured ,
will be carcfultoabk for PR. M'LANE'3 HAVING associutei' themselves together in the SINCE the death of Mr.Pond, Mr. GEO. S. JUNG have just received from New Orlea"I Per Silk Tisanes and Crepe da Paris,
t Purchasers WE 1 O Lnfd
j CELEBRATED VEKMlFf, manufactured by FLT.m'o kof Medicine nod Surgery, offer their charge; all communications, therefore Sclir.. \Vm. R. IVttia, and New York Per 2 O al Chintz; Brilliants ,. .

t BIOS.Ptttfl'iirglt, Pa. All other Vermifuges i in companion i piofeEsional services the citizens of Waukeenah relative to work, Ac., should be addressed to him. I Bark 1 H. Gamble, n large and well selected 2 Mol, I Printed Lawn, from 10 to 75 cU,. ,

arc WOth'Pr.. M'Lanc'n genuine Vcrmitngc, a1..) : and surrounding country.. All work coming under the head of this busiuess STOCK OF GROCERIES. 1 Mesa Bepf. I Fren Scotch, and Amer'n.(Gingham,. -
August 15, 1857. S3 will be and executedat PriuU
promptly mechanically and
neatly
French English Amer'n. ,
bill celebrated Liver Pills,can nobl had at al! rcpeta'i1e -At. SO- 10 Pork, I
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I as moderate n charge as price of labor, Jrc, w.ll BU k Pock d. l-oira. I
drug stores. -One gtiulnt vithovt tiffnatvrt of Notice.I ; justify.This. WiitBraudes; Smips, Cigars, Ac. I 2 BoxeR Lemon, ; Black Gro tie rtiiooj
.
[*-] FLEMING BI O? I 1 Box Smoked Beef Sugar Cured Tongue ;
The Subsci ibers are determined after this date to
Establishment is Black dailies.
DO W. II. GIBSON not kept up for the purposeof I I.
hereby appoint my aon For Sale CASH" bv R. II. BtRRY. '
I' making ( to dear abandon the system seKing goods on n CREDIT.For Alpaca's and Bornbaxmea.
my duly authorized Agent for me. and in my money strange say ) as bought June 13, '57. 21Corn.
experience has demonfllrAed to me, it cannot be donein Cash or Country -.-- -- '-
(jip llrins. name to transact all of my busiHcss, during my ill ProdlC '
this region at this branch of busiues-bnt for the Linens.Fronting
ness. JAMES GIBSON. we will at nny time be happy to serve our cu.tlm1 I' .
.----- 1857. benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to have Engines with of" nt small advance and Shirtir.g Linens -
Quiucy August. SS-lt goods every description : i HA A BUSHELS CORN. for sale by ,
1'0 ItT OF ST. MARKS. -,- -- -- --, and such like, to repair. above New York and New Orleans prices. If you 1UUU HOPKINS & MEG 1NNIS3. |;I Pillow Case and Sheeting Linen,

-- -- Notice. The Patterns, Stock, Machinery, Tvoh, itc., fttintf doubt it, come and try us, r-t J. 15. Gamble's Old March 21, ':7. 19RiceFresh Fancy Shitting LiwD*;
ARRIVED, "I Lorge in Order, and food Condition Stand, Gcrnr of M'>nroe nnd Jefferson Street Fancy Linens,for Gents and Youths weat.I .
weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. I
August 15. Steamer Calhoun Rathbnrn, from Kew "West FOUR of Probate of Gadsden county, for leave Jobs can lie Turned Out with BROKAW & RIJDE:. I Rice. !i Spring and Summer* .
.jib I". c MaiL Left same day for New Orleanc.camer Ji'catHCxs and MY 2 61. 21-tf
; Gen. Ku!te, C .rzens, X. Orleans with U. R. Mail.Ixft to stll the following described lands, belonging to the U'tKjtatch. ---- : -- -----, ----- -- *.. A WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice arrive I!
*nni day for Key West.C I estate of William Gorman deceased, lying within Shafting, Pullies, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for Taylor's Cotton Gins. I *J\J in a few days direct from Charleston: Send i j fflAsmi.A

LEAKED, f I said county, to-wit: The E i of the S W J of section Shaftings Spur Gearing, Water and Si earn Pipe, I in orders and have it marked, you who wr.tt. 1'OF
. Aufrunt 3. Brig Samson, Murray, Cedar Keys and Bay I 20, the S E J of section 20, the S W 4 of the S Stop Cocks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings, "\TE have on hand Gins of 40, 45 and 50 Saws, your .
Port with 116 parknges mdze. W J of section 20, the E A of the S E J of section 21 I, I Sugar Rollers, Circular an.J 1 Upright Saw Mill and and tan deliver them either here or nt Newport -ALSO- j EVERT DUC&JI'TIO'f.

Taro 3.(,Scbr.b> LaU-s Wild osnaburgs I'igeon, K2 OXearly.bl.U. liP X.!. Orleans turpentine] with, 3T 19 bale bl.I!. the N W } of section 28, all in Township 3 N, Range Grist Mill Gearing Circular and Upright Saws, &. at $2.50 per Saw, payable lit January next I 150 Boxes Mannfaetured TOBACCO at lower j! Bonnets

foem,125 bblo. rosin oil, P canes and 2! trunks indzc.Mu. 2. W, containing 492 85-100 acres, more or less. &c., &c., Generally kept on Hand, or got up on Short A L s oBrowu's prices than you pay this Spring in the big city ofNew | p .
Said land to be sold for division. Notice. In Fact, Here Is the Place f-r all that Want York. For further particulars enquire at V' ; A LABCK ASSORTMETT OF rf w IENGLJSU
Work iu this Line Done I Washing Machines, made at Columbus, D.: LADD I II
ROBERT GORMAN, Exfr. up Right nnd with l illpatch.Ha Newport.March
EDITOR Do the favor to HOPKINS & MEGINNISS ; FRENCH, AND A ER9'X'ICA
CJ': :- us announce halt dozen Georgia. Agents. I 37. 12
August 15, 1857. 34vNotice. vilJg some a Engines myself constant. 21.
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iu your ne1 tissue,for the ofibc of Sheriff for the I -- ---- ------ ---- -- -- ly running, caused the Establishment to be erected- August 8, 1851.:2 [Sent. copy. I N STRAW BONNETS, .
county of Leon at the ensu-ug: election in Octobei the fame cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can --- --- I MANTILLASFOE TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS

Dfxt/Mr. RICHARD SAUNDERS. always rely on having work done at fieWAKULLA Sea Island Cotton Gins I i ALPCT A LiKGE ASSORTMENT OF ,
r "HE undersigned. Executor, of the last Will d A FEW of BALL'S 1MPR VED PA TEXT
MANY' VOTERS. | at: IRON TVORl I French Flowers Artificials, ttc, Ltc. &.
I J_ testament of William Gorman deceased, late of S. li SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS," for sale by I
i: Gadsdcn notice to all ,. deliverable Tallahasse New Spring and Summer of 1857.
Or MIL EDITOR :-Do us the favor to county gives persons having a or I Embroideries;
claims or demands ngaiobl said estate to present But Here Comes the Xcxl Important Thing. Price ?!35. SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express. ,r
;; announce in next issue, for re-election for the p.rt THE Rich, Valenciue, Maltese and Honathon sells of
Jour them, properly authenticated within the time prescribed These GINS have given great satisfaction to all few of thoe most Fashionable and by far the I
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office of Tar Assessor and Collector for the co tity I by law, or they will* barred ; and all those PAY PAY !!! PAY who have heretofore had them. i! most desirable, Cellars and under Sleeves, .
indebted are requested to make immediate McNAtGIIT i ORMOJD.Newpoit I Emb'd. mouslin Collars.frotn 12 i eta.to$8,00Emb'd. .-
Leon at the October election Mr. L. C payment
) ensuing ,
You will Bend to New York Mantillas
ly. ROBERT GORMAN, Ext'r. Philadelphia and Bal-- 8, 1857. 32 Chantilly Lace I moushn Sleeves.
DEMILLY. Respectfully! timoie, and have work done, without for August 1
a moment _.
Augu 15, 1857. 33-Sw: --- --- I I of various patterns nnd designs, which they offer on !
dreaming of credit but here at home where Hats
MANY VOTERS. - there are I the reasonable term. Call if wish
United States Mail Line most early you ,
no Banks or Banking fucihtie",
or surplus ,
capital
SINGER'S you I : the choice selections. BUTLER & DENHAM. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
autho'id;' SEWING want 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5 credit aud then ;
years require -
OtT J: are and requested to F R O SI- i March 14. 57. 11 Gents and Youths and
j one to ride from 50 to 500> miles for pay, and probably Ell Spring! Summer fIl
announce LEMU EL JONES, as a candidate for Tax 1 ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of I NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST Tallahassee Sash and BlindFACTOB.Y. I HATS. '

r *Aw!s
lion ia October next. J 1J 1i Home Industry ? If so, can you be surprised I lX1EUJIEDJt'1"; FROItlDA I'ORT.S'ocNLc.rFb : I II Clothing
that it does not thrive ? UtlJclo.i: .J aJte,this metbd informing! I II
A LAEC.E
!::: I I ( WITH THE I THE ASSORTMENT. OF
Arrangements must be maJe for payment before Jublic, that be recommcnced the above t i
Klciu brrtisrlntl\tS. ,i delivery of work. through h some House'in this place, STEAMER. ISAlE'ZFOi I business IU the city of Tallahassee. and would be Gents fashionable CLOTHING.
St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that far fiom receive the ofbis friends.
I is enough 1.AS.'D CIMRLESTO AT KEY WEBT. I pleased to patronage Shop Boots and Slices -
home. I. W. BOWEN.
the Rail Road ,
-- -------- ---- -- --- -- ----- .... at Depot.
You may be good but we camnt run :after our I March 7, ':j'. 10 Jt LACUK: AMOBTMr.NT OF
.tt FRESH ARRIVAL 4 hard earnings ill this: Department. Besides when I Tin: SOUThERN Ladies, Gents,Youths and Child SHOES. ..

From X. (),-lLCiZS. per WM. R. PETTIS: I Labor is credited out parties trylmrd to make them- i Ii C'IG1' Q -A LARGE lot ju>t reO. i StC"" -ALSO- 4f
; 1 yes believe it ia not half dane, because they owe Steamship CompanyHAVING ccivJbyMcDOUGALLA I ServaCts SHOES of 4j
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CASKS Si.le! nnd Shoulders lWA.OElINES. for it. I i HOBBY. XlW: :
20 b Tcircrs Puffields" best Sugar] DANIEL LADD. /F orU\XS March 21, 37. 12 I II STAPLE GOODS.Cotton
I been appointed Special Agent for the taken the mail contract for above poits, .
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cured Hams, HAVING I I
the above, the undersigned is now prepared New For lily 11, 1857. 28 two first class Sea Steamers regularlytwice and Linen Osnabarjjs,
1 Tcirec Sugar cured Sir ked Beef, I 200 Bbls. Assorted Flour.
1 Beef I to furnish them to order, together with full instructions a month, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the i Brown and Blue Shirting and!Shcetia"8,
Tongues
1 for their e. One Machine is to 8 STATE OF FLORIDA. 15th and 20tb and the Marlborough Pln-ds and
20 Ebls. Mesa Pork. equal leaving same evening. 'T r J BBLS. Plant's and extra brands, I Strip
or 10 good SeamtreEscs, and all kind of I 4 O Choctaw Stripes, Checks
_'o Rectifit-d Whit-key, Sewing can THE .STEAMER SPRA Y" 7li" Extra SL Louis superfine, I Apron ,
I be done. One er two of those Machines ran be seen JUDICIAL ELECTION.WHEREAS PiO" Superflnt' Bed Ticking, dtt Ac., &c.
60 Sup-rfin? Fluur NEW WHEAT, will leave New Port in the morning, and SL Marks I
.. at time by calling on the undersigned at his residence -
any :
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40 M Want" Extra :Flour, terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, wwxLE.
in Tallahassee. Singer's Gazette devoted TIle above will sold ;
Hhd. paper and bo low for CASH aDd CASH only A and well selected '
1 choice Biown Sugar, mail, passengers, baggage freight to and large stock of HARDWARE
1 prime to Sewing, will be furnished to any one on application taking Steamer, and returning in season for the afternoon and in Iota to dealers and retailers at reduced} pri. I All of the above articles will be sold low by
gratis, where tLc Prices of the different sires the lIon. \Vm. A. Forward has re ces, by D. C. WILSON. .
3 ELk Lard, \ tralu. D. C; WILSON.
4 Tcirces tIC(. I may be seen. P. 1' LEWIS. oflice Judge of the Circuit Court II The travelling public can now rest assured that this May 28. 51.._21 I March 14, 'f 7. 11 .
August 8, 1857, 32Notice. for the Eastern Judicial Circuit ; Therefore, an election I _. __ 4 _
1 BbL White Beans, Ill desired and frequently attempted communication -
is ordered to be held iu the Bacon and Flour.
5 Bbls.No. 1 Mackerel, hereby several Coun- to and fiom the above ports i ij in such hands as I Book Bindery. -
15 Bugs Rio Coffee, tics composing the Eastern Circuit, on Monday the to warrant Iud success. f A BilLS. Flour 10 half do. .. _

6; Backets let quality Heidsic Char .. !JC," f TOUR week after date I shall apply to the Hon. unexpirei 6th day of! term.October, pioximo, for one Judge to fill the Passengers permanency having slave servant must lee to i DU 4 Hhd3. Baton'Si. ___ 'T'JL HE Book BWefy of McDOUGALL A I OB Y.*

1 2 Bbls. Old Monon ahala Whiskey, I! L I Jud, e of Piobatc.of fTerson' county, for an The Judges of Probate in the several Counties of clearing them at the Custom House, before g'>iijjj on I! And 4 BBLS. that SAME FREXCJT BREAD. March is again 21, '57.in operation.12
1 Bbl. Old Peach Brandy, order Bud decree for the sale of the following described 1 1 board. from the Pettis
said Circuit will take due notice hereof,and make the ; Landing and for sale by
1 LrdOil. j hinds to the tatc of B. Loeb, deceased ? Also look after your Baggage yourself.
belonging ( -
returns to the office of the Secretary of State ia the t McN AUGHT, ORMOND 4 CO.
S Cub Ale in piuts, to-wit: TLe E i of tbS W J. and the W | law. .lr further particular, Apply to I April S/o 7. Ifi Seed Rice.

160 Sacks Salt. :I of the SEt ofSec. 33, the E J of the S W J, and manner I-i testimony prescribed whereof by I have hereunto set baud DANIEL. LADD, A enl. t ___ _ 1 n n BUSHELS SEED RICE. for sale by .

For sale by It. H. BERRY. the S E 4 of the N W 4 of Sec. 34, the E 1 of the N and caused to be affixed the gi eat seal my of the I New Port, Fla, July 1, 1867. I Gloves, Hosiery, & HdkIS.JJDIES' -LUU HOPKINS MEGINNISS". r

August, 34 W 4 of Sec. 28, aud the S | ofthe S W i of Sec. 21, State. Done nt the Capitol in the city of Talla MUses. Gentlemens', and March 21, '57. 12 .

I. 1857.Notice. all in T 2, R 5, N and E, containing in all 440 acres hasse, this Slet day of July, A. D. 1857. Jut Received, half Hose, Roys'l08e -

more or leas. JAMES E. BROOME, Governor. Buck. Thread and Lisle Gloves Spring and Summer Styles
T WILL sell one of the best Pine Land places in Also, a 7 acre lot in the Northern addition of the Attest: PER "J. ANDERSON, English Twilled, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfs.
For
X Columbia county mixed with oak and hickory, town Monticello, on the right of the road leadingto F. L. VILI.IPIOUE, Secretary of State. A BEAUTIFUL AND VARIED Landing per Sampson nnd for sale bv 1857. .

ic, containing 400 acres. with good and sufficient title Georgia. To be sold for the payment of the debts All the papers in the Eastern Judicial Circuit will ASSORTMENT OF McNAUGHT, ORM05D CO.AprillS57. THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by tae last j

to the eame. This land is based on marl and clay of said estate. E. E. BLACKBURN, Ad-nfr. publish till day of election. ISLE BRAIDS.. do. Trimmings, do. Fringes, 16 from New York a Ml and elegant as.

and is excellent for Long Staple' Cotton, Corn, tc, a Augnst 8, 1857. 324wQUININE August I, 185'1 SI I J Spring Skeleton Skirts Setts Brass Skirt ___ ____ sortmeot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, consisting
Stee of an endless variety of the most fashionable '
baiidsome settlement dwelling house and necesstry Ho BUTLER DENHAM. SPRING & SUMMER style'
lut-houles, and constant water. I have seventeen (] 26 t of Paris Printed Organdies on plain and plaid clot*;
BROADWAY GOLD June 27 57.
PEN c-ccxD. from plain to foil chintz colored.
acres in cotton which I will let go with the place if
required two hundred acres of land the timber has JUST received 800 OUNCES Slllpll Quinine, ..- Organdy robes designs entirely new,
Manufacturing Co.
Brand, together with a great variety Received I Jaconet .* "
IIODGKISS
been killed on about two years, logs cut and heaped, : 6 ;Jut 6 SCOTT POOLE
; and 20,000 rails split to enclose the same. This of pure Chemical AMES & LIVELY. 33U BBOADWAY NEW YORK, I Io Printed Barege robes, designs entirely neW,

; place is adjoining a large body of good hammock August 1857. 32 now selling their splendid Gold Pens, Pen- Per Schooner Win. I?. Pe1118 : Are now receiving a Large Stock of Grenadine robes, striped Brocade and China

land that can be bought od good terms. Any person Notice.SIX ARE, and Pen Cases at the Lowest Retail Prices, DRUMS Fresh Dried Figs, 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Foulard Flounces,

wULing information will plesed aud ref's me at Taste aud each purchaser Draws a !) 6 Boxes Fresh Lemosn, I Embracing every imaginable style of ilk Flounces.

ungwe Post office Columbia "8- weeks from date undersigned will apply to PRE JTI I UHI-PREM IUM-PRE 2 Cases Guava Jelly, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, viz: Double skirted Marquise Flounces, together with a
C.H.V. COLr. S. Probate Court of Leon county, for letters of IttI UIttof 1 Trail New Dates. 'I beautiful: assortment of Linen Cambrics in dress

August 2. 185'1. 34-9 : administration, upon tbe estate of Charles D. McCoy, from 50 cents to 1000! AMES &LIVELY. LACES, MANTLES, SCARFS, tOnES, MUSLINS, patterns. white printed and Polka spot Brilliantes,

I|I fcte of Leon county. WM. C. LESTER. As noon as a Pen or Pencil is purchased, the Premium June 13, 'li7. 24- SILKS, BONNETS, tc., &c. printed Percales in great variety tc.. Ac, Ac.-
', 8, 1857. 22-6w I BUTLER 4 DENHAM.
Notice. August is delivered immediately. A lot of
-- --- ----- --- ----- -- large Boys' Clothing
March 14, '57. 11 -
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s FOUR weeks from date, I-shall apply to the Hem Lime. LIST OF TENS AND TIIE RETAIL PRICLS: FULTON FOUNDRY, A large lot of Mens' Clothing, _

I of Probate Jefferson county for leave Gold Pens..l 25 and 1 Gift 'I'L L.1Ia e F1.a. Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps", Opening of the Season.
: .t.) sell the following diacribed Lands belonging to BBLS. TIlO ASTON LIME, re- 41 Engrossing size. ... 2 50 2 Gifts And
UNDERSIGNED leave to inform the other article Merchandise
the estate of William Gorman, deceased, lying in 50' ceived per brig Samson Silver Ex. Holders . 250 2 do THE that have beg associated in I every for this market. suitable BONNETS
maid county, to.wit: The W $ ors W 4 of sec 34, the Sor sale by G. & J. MEOIN Silver Dbl.Ex. Holders. 875 S do they themsh'cs ,
business, under the name and style of tSf" Call and examine them.. '
8EofSE1ofsecZ3theBW.ofSE4of sec August I, 185'1. 31-4t Mammoth 5 00 4 do I Head Dresses, French FIowera, '
38, the S W i of sec EB. the S E } of S E }ofsec82! U Leviathan C 25 5 do Cardy, Baya & Co., HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE. ,

all in Township 1, Rarge 4, N & E; Also. tba 'E } iii'PatentSELPSEALING Fountain Pen Gold Deek Holder. 3 75 3 doMaxn'oth for the purpose of following the trade of Found*re and April 11, '61. 15 Rushes, Ribbons f Blond Edgings

ofNEtofse 6.theEiofS WlofNE J of sec 4 fe box C 25 5 do Machinists, and are prepared to execute all kinds of I' &c., &c. -
LtbeNW4ofNWofuc4.theEofN W J AIE-TIGZJ CANS, Levi'n G'ld Pen, Old Desk Hol'r 6 25 5 do work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines Just Received from N. Y. I

of sec 4, the W i of N E J of Section 4, all in T 1, FOR PRESERVING FRUIT, .. Gothic Silver Case and Gold Pen. 3 75 3 doMnm'oth furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. I FEW 1000 of those justly celebrated H. SE-, MOURNING Bonnets M trimmed" .:
R4S& E and the A
; whole containing 660 acres Go'ie Silv'r Ca A G'ld Pen 6-25 5 do Sugar Mills and Casting of all kinds made with J OARS. .
more or less. Also so much of the N E J of N W J THE SUBSCRIBER has just received a Jot of Gold Tooth 2 60 2 do Plans and estimates furnished I Crape t .
neatness
I dispatch. -
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section 8, T 1, S, R 4, E. as lies West of the road superior CANS in sizes from one to two and Ear Pick . 3 75 3 do of all nn of Machinery and Engineering. They A few dozen GERMAN AJ. BITTERS. Crape White and and Straw Black Bonnets M. trimn, > d.,
landing from Monti cello to Newport, containing about quarts which be offers at a trifling cost Fruit, Vegetables To'th Pick frames
Wa'h Pen
Gold Key, A 3 75 8 doLadies' are also sole agents for Jloard A Son Steam Enginesfor BUTLER & DEJfHAM. Plain Straw .
10 aeres more or less. and Berries can be easily preserved in them .. . '
Gold Pencls 260 2 do Ginning Cotton, and Sawing, and Hal June 27, 57. 26 ", .
Said lands to be sold for division. by attending to the simple directions which accompany 'I 3 75 3 do rison's Grist Mills Grding horse Neapolitande. :
ROBERT GORMAN, Ext'r. each Can. The sealing is done by means of a 5 00 4 do stell JOSEPH power.CARDY, French Flowers Flat Bloomer. Gipsies Shaker Hood, Infant Leg-

metal thus doing entirely with wax, cement .. horn.Ceburg'.ttc.&C. v .x
Augnst 22, 1857. 34-4w cap away II and Pen. . 625 5 do WILLIAM BAYA,
or the soderiog iron. They are the best Cans Gents' Gold Cases and Pen. . .10 00 8 do CARDY. ARTIFICIALS, & C. &C. Head Dresses unsurpassed for style sad.arieti .
Ribbons of the
] in use. He has also on hand the materials for manufacturing JOH most exquisite designs iu gucat TV ,
.EETNAINSURANCE Mm'.oth size2 '
them any size desired from a quart up to 50 10 do May80., 57._ BY Express we have received a beautiful assort- riety, blacK and white lus1zes. narrow, medium and
We warrant all our Gold Pen to be Diamond Pointed of the above, selected in New York from wide Blond
ten gallons. Now is the time, while Peaches, Tomato Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all other articles -

CONPANY **, Corn, tc, eaa be bad fresh, to lay up for fall and states,and, and not besides surpassed given by you any a Pen establishment or Pencil in well the ICE NOTICE the market.latest European importation BUTLER, expressly A DENHAM.for this toilet appertaining to this department' vf, 1Ladi.".i

OP HARTFORD. winter use a full supply] ef these articles. Call at BUTLER 4 Ph'NUAM.
THOMAS WHITE.N. worth your money, we also present you with Gifts March 1467. 11 March 14, '61. 11
II once. worth from 50 cents to $1OOO in Number Two.
Incorporated in 1819. Charter Pupetual0 B.-Any other article of TIN WARE can be .
bad at his manufactory,. next door to the store of .OOLD WATCHES GOLD GUaUD AND VEST CHAINS, trying the experiment of furnishing ICE Groceries.O .

CAE1I CAPITAL,- 91,000,000. Messrs. G.
August 1, 18n. 31 Studs, Rings, Breast Pins, Silver Fruit aDd we find at these rates and a long a season's sale a O 20 sack COFFEE; HITE GOODS of every description among '

INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE,* Cake Baskets, Silver Goblets,&e..AGENTSAGENTS.A.GENTS. can be expected wi leave D at least f 500 out of Butter Pilot Bread, Crackers, Barley, W which we mention: ., .

ON TERMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD, For Sale pocket, in actual cst Ice delivered. The loss in Peas, Beans Tobaccos Wines, 10-1 and 11-4 AUendale Sheeting.

AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS Now !il the time and here is the chance to make transporting and selling at Tallahassee is-more than Liuquors Ale and Porter, Vinegar, Sau. s, Pillow Cue Linen .
OF COMPENSATION. A VALUABLE PLANTATION is Lro COTO.TT, FLA. 51OO0-$2OOO-t3OOO-flSOOO twc1orooe. While cooling you-u> want to be kept Pickles Soap. Soda Shot,Led Oils &c. 8-C and 10-4 Ooualerpants,

.1 B. C. LEWIS, Agent, be sold at private sale, that fine plantation whole 1d"t. terefore. after the lit July we A full supply of all articles in this line, landing Cambrics Jaconets,
WILL as the Barrow Place, formerly per year, in the sale of Gold ?ns. Jewelry, tc. <& will Ot.ioe to lel at oa Tee House at St. per Mystic and for sale byMcNAUQHT- / Muslin.. '.
?A For TallahaaM! and rithnty.A1ugust and We offer Liberal commission to Local and Trav-' the |2 cwt .. :
owned by Col. David Barrow, now by Bryan a Ye\ same pric ORMOWD A CO. .
IS, 1857. 83 Croom some ten miles N. E. of Tallahassee. The eling Agents and give them Credit on One Half till 21 i @ 8 cents tt> according quantity. Stock Newport,March 14. 'ST. 11Gentlemen's Swisa .' ;. '.
plantation contains Twenty-five Hundred Acres of old. A ligkt and agreeable business, and above alla Subscribers at the Tallahassee Depot a usual Mr. Embroidertd$triss 1I1UlinLBRILLIANTJ

125 REWARD.lR. Land, the greater part of which is equal to any land good payUlg.bwinells Agents wanted in all parts Williams it the Depot; and Dr. Barnard up tow ill Summa -

>ANA WAY from the subscriber, near Madison in Florida. There are about twe've or fourteen hun of the country. A Catalouge containing a List of continue to keep ICE, bat on their own accous Plain and ',\
c. H., a negro man named THORNY dred acres of open land, and the remainder finely timbered Good with full Explanations of terms to Agents will Parties in tho Oouotr particularly those who pro CLOTHING. Frilled JaDCj Cloth MarseiDe,

aged 23 years,weighs about 150 pounds. including a large quantity of very superior land, be sent on application,free. All orders will be promptly pose to sell 31n C their supply arranged for I PaUotWnOlin W ,, '

rather light complected, broad face Las a emile when jet: to clear. The improvements are Tery g.xxl-a attended t<>. and those sending up money by mail St. Ma.ks a may suit their'a convenience FROCKS, Sacks Pants and Viests,assortad auali- ?!. 'plaid NaiDaook.KULJ.S. .
spoken to, ud down look, legs somewhat crooked, dwelling hou8e,good quarters for about one hundred will receive such good as-they order by the return NOIESALADD.June latest style. A choice selection,landing .

ttclimng together, and U ..boufeet V ipcbes high. negroes, good fences, ic. The plantation will be fold mail or express, with the Gifts enclosed in the packages. !7, '5T. 26 from Brodie, and for.ale byKcNAUOHT -

&IBOYWU formerly owned WJndge Chase of Mon- for one-third cash, the balance in one and two years Address all orders toMEIRICI ,ORMOND A CO. tfualln BandCii; .SiI. J..,
*wll
: or to Newport where be has acquaictance. The above be shown to any one desiring to purchase by Mr. 833 Broadway N Y. Ladle and Gentlemen II caratfe Handkerchief.
will N. B- .Gold Pens re-pointed in superior manner. LIVERPOOL, in fine order 1 ICE.-2 tierces and C half tiercce landing Bar bordcred.H.3.and Emb'd
e..rd.will be pai thankfully received. apply to the undcreij-'ucd in Tallahassee. Enclose the Fen.nod thirty-Dine cents in P. 0:Stamps, Indin per for sale by Lt Times, and for sale byHcYAUGHT. Real VaL Laet: Ac,Act.;4e

WM. 11.PEACOCK. W; CALL. and the Pen will be ropuinUd *nd r.tiirued'postpatd. MN.AUOlT. ORMOND & CO. ORMOND i CO.II1 \ BUTLER DKNHAM:-

Madron: A>j'it t 15, a-.. 33:\ I Jily 'J 7. : lr J-ilr 1, 57. 27 Siu I "llil f, 17. U. k'i1-1l87) Marcfalt/tf 11 .' .4



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Pcdian & %Thnrna1 Thi iSQST CSFF1JL, MOST PERFECT P. D. B OKAW'S. I Important; to. Hnsekccprr THOMAS WHITE, Dr. CELEBRATED MctANBfS

Is puUiVed w cry S ATU KD AY, lyJAMES S1GST OSC1SE L)1Y) -uh s? T"T? "W n 9 ',
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: 3. JONiS, CMTCE I'LOi'IFT)2, CJS ; APJ'.K THAN TUG CHEAPEST j TALLAHASSEE, FLOIUFA.iJ t : I re. ard r i ::4fl kiietd: (if lO YERMIFTJGE

A*. TVo r iAr.? rer scr.cn, :n a7L35W rllajc than the Ucst7V..V.J W rILE Projiritti Vi-oulJ inF : < |i ..-\ Tin: V nrcP, tak. t. It-.I nnn st.forn trig tVc ci'izcns ASD

; ;;'czkii.: 3CINI >?/ -i. :. ?:*.'' .I form liis fEi-fld' and the .fer, I Arthur's Patent Air-Tight !! vf Tiillahnsece mid ibo surrounding country that h* i* LVEPujTwoofthc

: O? ADVEBTISISO.i'r. UJLZlJiL. zit in rebuilt.' HLXZ t now prt'parca tt> wait on nil tlt wish to patronize
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a "serein Frith Fiili\ ai-J T "i ; U.inks _
/"AAi1*. /<> < him in hi hue of 1)U.lL.c'. lie j..t* tenders! 1 :#
rf 1 r Jes. '. :r5rticn. S 1 ir j' Brick} Stl tk'?. at the old t-iiid. and 15 i npifput'd <.'- *
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:r rr ; ivelv beit
sqr.sr? ( tHKATEST DISCOVERY of t! e Piescn 3Cv.itr.rv V.. tqo fffir 11'iiilrr f '- Tlii> ..irt-c! sixt "i to his fr.ki.ii4. aid -public: RvncraHy for tie very Prerarftgtofll
Ct&! *. "ntrrnt i ; tt> a<*Ct>n.ii'tiutt.l.i&; fi ien :<* nnd! t'U'ttoiiii-is)
? 50rn.uV -tl of lt&'ci4CONTERFE1i', : j ; I i"=i-d in tl K'et' t rn 1 Nt.rtiitrn I ot liberal V. uli s.hit 1 li }ho !.* lerttift'rt' been
Ho iilvi l to hi- ?taH"}:! a "! Blj-.ck- i ji.ttn.na4- -
nl.t'j.l r-j->: C.irJs ir.rrrted at $10 .i* attrcc> jr
ti.s
j. per i ill l i'i'"i !hit-ti'! t tcti '-iiireus of 1a.Tli.i'y cii.tiir.--tifu ft the fame- -
BANK NOTES. jciritr.g s Sz'I it'1 $'!< .>. v.:'n vi" \v"rl.i\t.i: j\- ('iieall; kit; !- t'f .- tht v1i f.uoitti. and i.r I.tipta ll : n They arc not
< recommended
stir'' !iii i.t
Pi'ifli .i . ivt flrl-'i 'vit1 '1 tr Gth1.itI3ii in F.xistenoo. ccdKxhibiliijr : | 01 i fth
tt i" i it vui i
: t'e) -: ::.it-t'! iis.1-t t n mrrtjf.ntnit t ;; : v > H will rr-nataMlv! kt-ep on hand ft full cp-ply of RUtti
J3ertt.-e vill lo crrtirati BU.l fvxnid. end crcdirJr.1. at a {gI.uwe tvt-rv Cc.tn.tcr- ". J (h.' v -ry l'0. i inai'r in.l 1 vrith pio'Bptr.cfs anti di I <*..rr :' .* S' !-. It w oi.ly np''.-i. ai\ to c <]11\ a-. I Ioxaniinu f in an tttal-lislintLt of h:* as Universal

fit ii t"ir."a'atio! f.itth.! these jut.:clt.-* :'iid the Iei'i1e.iti..i.d:: .Ii. of 1 line btiMii.'s-s. A full! iisortirnt ofihttt Ircn, .
oi
-C.i.i .s ofnl !! tin cf :rB rite Arrarged: : a-h: :ia!:'v. t'-t !KEIT.RKXCE!: 1 is jEAS N'-\'Ti'li( > 5. 1i3. -> 4 the pfisrns v'n Irire xo 1 *then to )be eoirir.c.vl th.it : SI c.-* Laud ; Ltad Pij-e. ; Elet Zinc ; Cistern Pun r*, Cure-alls, but simply for

;iI tt 1LV9 : :' : : f rand DETECTION 2IX Carriages, Ciijrjries! and Harness, they ait- !the) bost. most sinipUnnd ccoprtniKut; ttic't- i ar d a gre-.t ciu} thor articles U-o u "sen us toiuen- what

>TA\TASO ITS) 1 fur tit? pvrpvi-e: t\ 01. i-(Tried l<> thtptiUu Thi-y can t.on. their name
j
For Salt-l y I P. B. Urok.iw. br ecd: I)1-) tL1.! fljIt ui 'tiiff.l rti CrT" >TO JnJjx to c\aTa''ip Xo pa es Innni\ rfli.p
L A C K'SEETf H IN GT'r. Rut* so t-iMipit5cJ: aod firrang -d. tluit the C3t ..c"-, jj*-c.-v? rplin Sul'Sfri'iierhii* .jusi rrrrived a ; i.1ght-; (It (iiire. Tin Roof cg, Octtf ring, Ci-pptr and Tin ConduclinL' ports.
? !- of t'rri.i Pii fiia H-r j'.rn ? 'lied with ft tircr.lnr con-
v7f'i pt1v :
Vr trit' fs npj
Merthntflaier 1 uin' M Li v'ry i".ij do in the most
n ti ee i rip"j Glam-e.! WIt Vl* n L'irir-; ". : n i Harness which !ro iiiTsrsfii i tai-i full and -iibV:: Idi:cti'is !tor puin!; tp fits 1 pi' raid of thflest 1 The VERMIFUGE
t\l It- m.i
A a v.iik-rs..in: lik" MM-i.t-r i't.i: >t for
.. rpn : firm of PROKA'tV u'o' on ti...' .:-io-t r ih.in:.!;!!; leu:)*. r.nd totnitin- i'i t t'uJiv..ii placing thw\kh<>U process ifcaHonable! temis ,
tcri.tl!, oiihlotttsl n"tice and mobt
: : r1TT b.ing L r'J N-iv-il IS. ISM. -IRMILES iv.nvci.ici.tlv wi'ti'ti the re.i"h of evory h>>'> ?kcfr.[ I
hcvk hn lalcrn } <"iis to ni: peifert thi? Q Having bft-n c-iigt! -d fir tho last fight \tatsiu expelling Worms from
u..e'1i.f'1 A hircc: fnpj'lv i't ;h Me Csn1* n-itl bo eoritiptl' kept
zi cu;Ii :h(. 5 '.I'.ionfv.u:;. thai hi- )-a GREAT DISCOVERY. ; NASH. &. CO. i in t.1i i o. l\-t i nsnisl'ii'j tosupjily t1itiiir&-1- '. FhcMhl 1 iHiM-ts at this) phiev-1 1 e tl.ti.ks it necessary to rt-
.
.-. :.r. iBj.vnv-_:< -r.it i). C. Wj'aja. by wLch 5i.fide ie Thc ur int ntr itf: T sncu.- i ha? lor.s: Mliffn Dealers in Drug.3, Medicines, &c :1 nppU iriirn! >diit'! : '!ly, n t!.o fnat eiin '. 1tar; at h.n'>. j I ciMiiini)his i iMi'abilitifs i.d hi-ifelf: niiy-chaiiie.fwrtl tr. to but the at public the!are iis regards time I e the human system, has
ir.Jcr the ue a
Actrbe h-u! !cUfihvf pi'"U by LKJ, ; All Cans fold mu'e' bv the wd i $;trnt'd! findvar-
1 f 1t br tVi"mT-l': 171. n. It !'.! b 't-n p'jb j : me :
fiohi NWYolk pfr link R. 11. t -nn- 811,1 (-S nl! that favor Lim with n call, good s.urk ar.d also been
J"u: lished to nippiy the ('.LI for 52 !1 fl Pirvtntive, Jjnr.d JVrTrp'vivfd' i ranted Mfi AV.M. P SLUriSHR. I administered
ititmrrt of atticlp in
: turliaiSKCII -. chean ptieca.
B. Pitts & Co ac.N! t l8t i to rie known to !li.. 1.niver4av. J Mnj 31 1 IC. 22 !
H O.ls f n'.tn-Rt kin.I the old stand known
a t ovrry Hnriiitip: J'ioii.Vhitv Having lerroved from formerly with the most
'c'rk ine inJl&rsc P.it t rr>nz: .'d. It doe* inrre tl-. n lu 1'vtr lvi-n at, ?Jt L -.i.I 7.iic and ,'th.'r \Vi-i fKft -- be found his stand satisfactory
ri i str ? I to *\-"r.V :i1 \ : j jiii's.. io'.v C.e! > a* White Slusser, ho will at ccr
j pri
li& iLir .1 nrcJ by men. 5* It desejibe ever ILr.kNott I q-.a'i'} Pi.ttv. Ilm-lus. Pota-h i" .,b. iSpnkhn-: Piano Fortes. nor of 200 f'ot ftrtet, where hewillbejrladtowr.itonnllhis results
various
Irvxirg anl JRecr 5o th : DiTcnni: LinEXGLIPH. .. 'J.-latii"! Loii.J. n Mrtiiid.! : Frrr.rh lliaujy (ve\\ t>pst.) ::-jj I Crt KM'1"1 to furni1' ', fiifiidj. THOMAS WHITE. to animals

Shodxg, rnixcuThia JXI E'JAY. f -r n.iii.i-:.!:.'. p-ru| >*.' S.i-e. Popjur.;) L.-r.ion vIiip.i If i s X? ? 1\T F.i te'. of tlu; vi-ry best q-tal'ty, p. (-. 1,1855 43WILLIAM
iL&s -
J.Tlirl : ( lrTi '. Caflimay raI i tlxx-ir-ie in Ii: own Nttiv'fl.rigut. I.K.S. Qvniino, Pour ian lsiik.I Fluid Kxtr.irt I5.rlii..Vc ;: tlu'i.iflilic l nl trIrQ. ; subject to Worms.

1'1flkIio, :/ ; : A-'., :t:iJ a :is a..rtm'-'it of Po.iliiP.stcnt IIJ.MI T. SLUSSERT
genera
I ; M-pond ij cither
: ; t tO
: They i a'0 U'It! s coy country a? The
; (?zserj'zc21, TtaMS -The- paper will b,> sbout 2S by 42iK'ies. M.ii'.ni! !*. V.'i- kc-p n >r.ibut :the! very bt and : to ru) .tlity or price.Evifv LIVER PILLS, for

ad sanc, 1rcii : and Ti'i'l .. 'iitn'ii the m .s: Perfect Eai.k: sXot3 hope to irer't -vour i .itrona/ >. In trr.n'tiiitill lie wr,ant4d. .].].. : : -.cL. .
.31i11 r the
l.. P l.1b'd.TtgttLer! MILES NASH, i CO. cure of LIVER COMPLAINT
in:2 Caris <*i MILES ASIKt CO. MrrA( 'i rw '!t 'U' ( "orrEn/Pi :
i gins with the rate of Discoaat.A1J March ?9, I860. ISCorn Ffbni-ir 2o, ISf.// 8
i !luorV UIE) WHOLU ALI: .t-ie: I HCTAII.
f ik made cf
: i.1 IL 1t ,'vm'Jb< r cl.scnpion > w a List cf O all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

Jroa hfcd S>el. ill of which wW>UKA-J?. and pleogeoaisflfes Alt '"c Private Eanli-zrs America.. and Cob Crusher Olive Oil. iItLL W'AGK.: :" 1 :'; Pt. ti. F.ccv at' J.1'.NNELi

ute ct the ilort< ft 4'.otice.H. .
to es( H. FITTS.Feb'.J. A Co-i j'L'lo Sun..nary cfthe Finance cf Ka i: / >'. RA: :N 0K'Sp-.t; !: jt c. r-i pud O'b Cir.shcr: I A SUPHUIOR article for Table u-e. Just re- SICK HEAD.

13'7. 7-2y rep and A :i--iivM wih bt j.nblish- i in each t-Ii f3 v/ hive t .tai the' A ;s\c\: !t'r" tli-- .ilo of thtSL- tu I 'JT\ i-r-iv-dby AMES t I LIVELY. i j stovitBi'n2Qitrr?

ti.-n, topfthorrrill ll <1.v In'pc-rfa rt'.rs ofthp JH.lay. P-.TI i' C" 'b! <.'r-t.hi.-r- iiin-q'i.i't .1 it is s-nd to r.ny in April, 2s"f'-_ ; I ll __ '" \ HI'LEVDIDassor'nJT.tcfCookin' *,'. P rlcr1J ACHE, &C.Purchasers.

.! Also ftINTSRZSTIKG tho < "o ntry. A vt-vk of iit-! Cn-l; .CTP, will btn r ::_ r.t.dVt>.,': St'Vf. trimrnvdvithnciituess
Flower Jr
: Notice STORIES b.mdaily'li'C":' .r.ing: Fall. Pii-es \-ry loxv. consi ; j tii!* and clara'-.illly! ut reduced price*. will please

riir'.eu : 25 r.. ie r.nar c-n"ftits "ith I! >K-ii.ijr; jrt :4l j.\ir<; in t tVc-d.! S45 .*5Ji ''J.T fadi I .4 LAROTI Re ortnuiit of Flower JAr vaiioiig: Si- Oit Door 'Voilf.Ilnffing. .
npHEnr J. i > 'f'tf.l&Ve chargf tfhis LlaeVs.i.itli Slj pi.nlli. Frou sn OJ! Mauusoiipt found] in the Ea t. mid for ihteo tizo Prici-s nnifm thi> u )hout the coii'ity. -/"i7C', Just received and for Fno! bv j I. be particular to ask for
Fins O heads
> the no whire else t' bt* tound. It has never jet np- rfurther particulars! c.dl and examine fur yoursehea AMES .t I.fvr.LY. Ornnireritiil r'ront Giitteiinp, Cop
riiin -
f the patiooof
S"lieis. new
:
? n-! na-i >r D. C. WILSON. pared i in j.riut, ?.Ld fuinislu-s the Mtt Complete 50oon as a stt-ck for a t--.mjile airire April 5. lS5fi. M per nnd Tin Conductin;; PipiKhret Lead Sheet Dr. C. McLane's
Ws ol-i c--.on r3. 1 : Celebrated
Hi tc-n L). LAD P.NfVj Zinc. Lrad !Vipc' P.iti-m) (r"i-t-rfl; Pumps. Khop vcork

-- f"i r.ynr nri: g < .it, J-iy! r.. lc:.(.. 2VWhite India Rubber Belting. ofci" \.u i i-h; ti'.n.j.t "hi it rii't ice. VERMIFUGE

500 AGENTS WANTED iiv| !e e-: eti t!. il t iVrpli-xIic r.-ritio- t LAKGK Sl'ITLY of In.'ia' Ilnbbcr IWiiug of thy :md f ottiilry ill
HQlffiESTEAD FOR 810 wLiob t'KLadiis )'ii'?
A :-a-.v bt-rn RJ often found. Thte Stores will e) "f! FF.KTTliite Pine! Luirlwr. fis-ittd* ouitJ to Loatlur. nut 7o jvr feiithf! : per ; in f.ict con>i.l- fl-cwhf-r* by

T1I' Pt' 1 c I'uinu" throughout the} Tfhoia yvai, r.nl wi'l'! \ rd.K-i |f. C'ahinci r :Mak.i.S.th! and !P.iind Mali. < u-d by 'bi-e 'w1..i! have t-cd: l t-.n! L'p'irr in Ltath 1"%;* N. 15. Ail article* u-annfarttu-J. from the very 're'

of Farni and Building |pre ih" Most r.r.terl: ; im: .vj .Ttrtd( to :jLs Z i>. t-r Jc-i.ii-i.s Vv'.uk. N-'l <.f'4-.i vic'i :: hit for -iik- (-1 All :!-zt.-: >, ln>m 4 to 1 i l> '.!)..3 wi-It <- i.tai.tivn bt m.iti'iid; and warranted durable. No other arti

1O,4OOVrth Publi.Z3T.-. -*, }UU"I!* NAV'IIT. (01LMOXI! () i CO. h-v! by I). LAL'D.' le will bf o.i-rcd f ,ir suit-. tY1.u.1

I LOTS.TN : Fu-nUh-d W.- -kh to fcuU.-ri!.OT. tj.lr.t" 2 Nii- '.. 45 N- poi: Oct. is, if-r.fl. :-IL'_ i ( )lct-l><;-r-0.isL5.: :; 42

THE ccrr tT.c-rr cr ctLIrrr ccVIKIM*. 61 a year. AT.: )lemr* n"i -' }he' a. Kii- -v-j j to SOLE Pittsburgh
the JOIJX b. MF Ilv-V.r Town Property for Sale.rj LIFE IiJ3Ur.ANCE. PROPRIETORS, -
licri'i. J3
be TO 7th f Dvn.U'!. 157. e.j'jcii-toiis OXLT I'ubli-i! 'ii 1'ioj.rietor, lin J i; in ifrxired <>t\r nt private: siU-, tinfolion-- 1 THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pa. and take
Si T nhsif 4ivn. tV r st tw .M\\\ cry 70) '.Vail btio.-t. S\-.v Vosk. t? LL pelvr-> who love t t.' '-moke.to. KOAIiS I in: du-cribi-il! piupiitv, known ar lh..- Jratj-. *s, no
d-- .
10 ;n or . .
-. LA7D c-.ruAr..
ilnd tli th.! wMi > > rhi.i.Ttir : .1L
-in t r -
tvrrv tnlMjiib'-r wiirt! A Kuiluir.; ? Mai oh 21: : ?57 1C ly fin c viz : !.i-t X"> 3. :2JT.! : ::n. .q, I so. 141.1 li, i t.:: other
!tb! at tluPIT r jnill.S[ Co'upiny! i - at'!i'i:1: : / > are
l-H.'JL". 2:7.:5: i :<'. 'jjii
Ian2. rnnci1 ir- val< fro-ui >0 t" t'SS.WJ.cu : enj.] 'Ji::, 'Jt4'Jo. ,
I.ct 4
cr a 1 White for flit.r more < for the
AMLSdLIXELV.. year r
<
Yarns I L :Arc t'hI : ) i: 1te ? rIL Q t: 4r" ?P' rfj.io.rf 24S, 2 1C. .'5U. -: .', :-jo:;. 2ri J, 25f.;, -JoT, 25o, 'J6S, all pereons
T3e ;.Ln whole of Hfo, O.V THII MUTL'AL H VSTKM.Dividtuds other
N.v. l 1s';. 4 ptriod preparations
'ntd. lilf in the oriijin..l; plait 01 the: city ofT.ilLh-.iSree. now
!<:ne-tr. f u ic'< atisereas iambtr ) J,'ctart.-ttoLli! 1 r.ired.n f.olicfefs i.ued
t :a tr.e r;, '- t*? "* ; "ill c ". }> i rate 14'E the ALSO
r liftPusr-. before the

:. ApCU 1' E'Ct vr n 1.3.. Up\j'tJ-i..r tflc..J3X'Lot cillei3 J011.PRAom ) \ a.c B. CLARXlIS. Lota No?. T, ?, S.: 1, *, S, 7, in S. Ctrtm'y rjr. rcccxAX. ActL1Y.-M.ai I'eA'CKt.i.v, Pri ? public, purporting
1 '
<
jnj.'r.. -t cY) V;> :.n.i a isnuh ck Ti-.iver Aai ." Js J "1- -- i i. :- : AppMcuti ns received in Talahnt! >*ec I y to be Vermifuge
TLc I: : .w ; rriio fl: .- i -' ;'-.-:--,- hiKail t'I j Wi.i.r Sfoc'1: .f
fonasup.i tniln sMue: ci ttVv: : :. A'Ur2 (.iiftX; : Kiitat lv f.-r : LotNo-., i. 1 1-2 ij.: 15, 1 1C. /, 05, ?D, 418, 61 January; 10. 1-.V 15. C. LEWIS.

: sacur:;_v r.-ul: be civ> a .'. r :!w fultlif '1 !1't-rf-'rciaace aier in HeiJy: 7fatr! ; Ui/tlsin? niJ; : ? i. "i: > ihe Siftitii Ctivn'v: qi.irt"i.'lit :: r. and Liver Pills. All
Nc-h 4.. C'.JO f-ns <-fVaite --' I ,- HI'.1e dv'--ribi-u} > formerly bolon cd AGENCY OF THE /TNA iNSURANCE' CO
oeL : nd f.u i i* enilciaca's! ['nruhliin.; ? Hoot's. L'Vj; -' j vj -' j .A Li j prt |Xity ,

1tic1:; 4utLr.It nf Virrnia. rxvw r.t uuaii 1 1totltrs I2ifl II u .hi f ''t Fi : li : ::1 J ni1i.h Cli.tl. Ci: > (Jov. l>ri/\vn. l'*>r iuttlu-r I iutona-itii.ii! ;:ud trrrus CAPITA I.*5 >(ll.fjl.l.npIIKundirun. others, in comparison
b'J nt fr i nI. Up to 300. -< j> which will! b- liberal apply to A. Perry Anakcr, Ii-! i ,
iicit' und Yf stiu.-,* of ail c-oi.>rand, :i '>( the bostqu.ilily. d, Af.c.titnf the abovp
1i1.6 Vi C.7'f I ez--i ;j vr T, {"'-;,-j: ..:!/ Full/! ( :JJ V"uiir sup- Attorncv a.t l I.aw, TulUi'r-.s-.i! :". Company with Dr.
; fr.e U I MCLAXE'S
pf acre : nu vhi-h! I.A i- ]T'-pirr-d to inaiir.fnriure;: tcriitr on -L will rot-en c .ij>)>iic.tlitms for ami make insurance arerortltless
V9. "iVr-uu c i't-'i, irr:' f.inicrs. nabl<* t( rnsmi; : in) th.- nit, CIIAKLKS: P. MAXNLV( R-- ih"'l Io r6 by I'irt-. t.n Brick and Frame Buil.Jsns.'s, ,
; ; Act.-is : v'tu'; M-Kctibers. l.> li-jn Ui.til ac-ld! the above propt-nv trill ho for r.Mit.A. .

'. ili.) 1ziOX 4ra! Jacenient wiii l>c cii 'a. Soin* Every (Color, Sljlt? and (Quality, FASHIONABLE MANNER, PkltllV AMAKJIU. 1 >Jrmunry.ruitiiii-.M 10.> rc 1.5.!: rtdiz--it.>. S C. C. LEWIS; -

:4a1 rite La: in; ?200 per uvutlr, Tt-gfSi.T with t :t -.; vrtii a-vtViv-nt; ofREADYHADE I February If.;, l sn. 7-tf The GENUINE McLane's

rcr I ) : CVj1tL. 4C, icJiit'h I Lit prewired to njac J-'p i'i the i.zoct CLOTHING, Cod Liver Oil. I Wines. Syru 5. &r.

*- Cr.roViicC iu1flER YAtsrs '"i } ?!'?Vip; n'if:* < ?! r': ,-' notccrAfJD : that! Y.ill ('> -.nt; ftu-ivb'v wi'i' n.y tt-.ck t ofCloihFinu OLD Otard Brandy' fcpatUnij Ci l-.r, Vermifuge and Liver
Pt Roi1 : .v: PUIJE of ti! .- cc-K-brated "Brnmis" lie
ilg ver t Lb;' '.. I i'r- '_; !: ctv. c-. ,,-kt n.. of J4"rEslI Port, Old! Poit Juke,
: 1. : : HEA3OWABLE TEFIMS l 1I.;i n-k an i Coloi": : 1 ('i'-tli and I l'it.t-k Ct at--, .L_ giniin Clalk it Ci-., /: Iiu>!htcns. ifjidesra, Jlrar.dj: Ch-ri:ics, Pills can now be had at
For AiiErf
-ie: by d. LIVELY
-r tV fl-- ALSOA Fancy 'a--'it..t.re an i Heaver 1'iock a d di m. ?sJ Shfvy, Sardines.oparkin .
SLJ tjj.ii April! :>, is:50.; ; ItDrugget .
.& th .D :. L.1T: 4M> V.T.LL 8hLK( TIID 5'iorji or ('naI | { -.-hti.-; I'rcserved Quke ail respectable Drug

DR.' T. J. CUR LEE, 1bk; LII : 'i'.rt-.1 C.olh, I.t.-r a:: ] i''t! ( )veri'k Carpetingand Hearth Flavoring, Fitraet ,, 'I I'av ,
READY-MADE CLOTHING Surst% YeiPuw.Irr: T
o. DEN Stores.
i fi.tt.rt'. th ra--t
!. > nii--j-\ <
: tIL J-! lai"s I hick and FaKy D--c-1 in ; id C'.ia Rug':. -' :, ,
V 'S-lit Cc ri.! i-"J i: lie J lf earnnr.t.lit.ib'. fir
Tlil'ilV. : > Cinthz! < 'v(ry -- wrtiw'tr, .
Et: 'i-i.-.i- IIJ,4.1 .JeToral \ ar: ; r.v"ciK5j}e- i-K-h -.; ('i-; aks. Talm.i-. C -a- Vo.-t.s. Pi.nt<, ic., Ae, 1'nnts, f. FINE I/OT Kn'ofi'I, two and three Piv VorlT C'oni Srai.-h, IVkh FLEMING BRO'S,
IJ. -t (irt-R-nlini! *, Buritli f ttiu and C-l"th \c t. : \rcr-orhiie iJate.. Salad 0.1 i ,
1.iii Las <:) : Ciirpt'ti t: ..'. A-t! :a fvv s \\ o'-l and f Cotton
tl.v !* :on. the 1.Ft three <>t w v.i ich T.'i-l; l.-> 'ii-p-cvcj .f at iiw jiri . itt i J-T > J-V.r.t-i' V 1vt-t. (.V *. Silk and ((\shn.) dt.. Iln: li-li .Ic'tai d, Capers, CO WOOD ST.V PITTSBURGH PA.
: < rr
oiirt ; ,
da, and line Ih-ulh H" 1 I> f gale htt
'! ui -UTtj"t, 'r ,
+ b.-i i ;. -/ -n s "f 5 vi.-lry 1 v. '.:k a3J AI-S-. a laitf.-3 It tf Plain! ::i.-i F.iu.-v Shirt--, Collars! i i n
ht'Sill. Claret Cocoa.
V !.
< ,
>
.,..; w.-l u r.'ii je cL"iuctir acd.i.f.'Htc.a lVrrt! Cf \ .' -. -?'. .-!;-. I!.. i -'i\:-. tci -., &-. D. LADD Sole Proprietors.
(; i.t- Sh'V! Dresi iiv Uob-v. Finn -fhiils, Bilk! Newport, ( et. 1 '*, 1 S3i. -1 2 AMES i LIVELY.Jti.j.ary .
u cvj; s- -iti -i -i: ; n"i. t.r-it u ':! <- .nr-ijl' !h5i .
4Lt. CoJto.i atid Moii'io Underliiitj, r-, 1W.; SCOVIL MEAD.No.
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&rnt tu -Iatiit"o! 1" ull .nj2it.rc-: Ly tri'-5 >ff n < a. c ll. ss .s!! the ab. vc nrti -
Ci.tt1 11ttit-1 Jein Diaver. 111. Charters St. New Orlenr.s.
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cet'-e : prtio j! .-= ii.v.-' L?s.< stfi ftcd % ih fri-a1 care nnj nith .1s'.HC Kotico.OIX ORANGE
SPRING General WLiJeeale? fi the Southern States t
ajjeut r ,
:1 iev to :hi-ir .-Jjptsiit y t4, ti.is iirufcet.lK -.4JSO--
t llonilw zfter date 1 :l..tt!! pu--er.? rnv linal ac- whom ail or&rs must be addressed.SohibvAmrs .
() lx I .rC. ly 12'tfr : of Fn' J Black Siik and i J? C'ii'its iiti.i t Hon. Jiid! of pio
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A genera :i* rtinnt nti I. : vmi' 'i o .e u Male & Iemale Seminar t Livelr, E. Harr.ird Jr.. Mile

** t" i Satin Sri>ck-, Tii-* :.:. ( 'tav.t'O >",' .is. c-i'ored a-rl ', -rV, >j i Ji.--: t: i'. .it'v, ;.- i-.x ( '.!*'>v i.f the (c-'a-- of X.i.-I &C.. TuI.d>: -.- Ha. J. S. M Da iM r ;
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I 11II: iu.it.n: >A in In-ii.ti: i-at f titCn
ARDEN SEEDS v-i-; KI:: I :;!. i .-"-.: (;lftvi->., L'tc'-c; :u'i I U-le 'II ;ra \ !H.-' ,! n. .;.., ... .: : : ? :..: .t. > ,:. anj .1. : n tie <> Gar'1irtit! Newport \V. T. Cnrpect :
0 Hoy. J. L. SiHcy. *">t Siilphnr S.tin'M;| in tie or.ntry, awl! i r* t:'i ; ;
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TL.nw.ill.tJiJitr. d-'. i n>!i'n.'ui't.] yjpirior Lisifii. tJanibric fiiidik. u-1!: fir a -iL4i.r.r fi >- --..-: \ !, iI I'I -! >>. <> t 0. \S"m.kn-naL t SIaiIiH.iiPuluur
r Mccely < Pope.
he..it-i. ;
P. E L ; ( .:iiI r1'ait.t lor Ii io.i y of access !ur stcu i
I'.H 1k ., 'f Itrt.wn smd 'Ti-tfo-i LislpT'.s I : j.i'.r L>. Ji.iiX.SON. Lxl'r.Br .
: -r. J-'aticy ntictlloon
> bu.it f few hotus ti i., iTtT.tict-U! > S. Pule-ttcn. M
\V. D.tr : nod a stiiijirg.!
\, \7 -v. ..., <-3L: tilts r.ti. :i".i: -i of our ftjtidr.i ] ai 1 1T :rl :.tri Xrian I IT' dCALL AND i t( : ;..7. 1 The t:4: -. .. ; .1 ( Clttah."ehee; Ihdtz1I & Wit1gc
V. E. 11J3.1rr* ;. Priuv'.j'ulz'.i o vxpmsnce of twenty years,
i1. : .- .. r. t r r-- t Lair-j 1
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y BUY.jOjt..l. on, Man.tina : Ni- lu-l.n! iZei.er.! IKii.Vrpe.! ? Gn.D. .
aad uukd l torit"c sittiu wui dt- ;
HoV J. C. iiC : by a !; t tert ft >ts.
well -t-'i! ..'3ilir i.: ci i-rlMS.r: ;. 42is P. LEWIS II. iJkkiLscn I5anlri i E. Thomajvills
deifis
; Cos. -i. 5'or \<-tf lus whole! time to the r.'iivrovement: of hhpcf iV. ; ,
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t tx. M. V."HX Ai icat'-r. r Is.i f IvCiCll 1.1 .,TxTT'Jr J t.._i orjxjJLJb. --; >> < ::1 i 1\'J'S]: nntvr to his fii ..l"o, I pat The third =t--*, ';i will: ( { ,t>.tne Moiid.iy, Jauu..iy (t-i.:

. y. J5._DR.I i a LES Q'aaw durin:. th Our ScctUaip! ; -'& .r u frn .1 C .id Cl'i.i"k, :..] HaiCKf 1 Ifl-VJcjv '- i.1'1'* th.tl t- t'v ,I" "' -:' "- 12, 1Si. )1t'i- {'..itc-.r- JKJ :es-. February. 1 <"T. S-ly

. : :latter arli.f ttc |Vi c.rt.fc<:|U4T.ty! v III
.' ; fcoth as otii H. Oall enilv or, #'-iid yrar oidir.thr.t .-, 1. .i.i to C.\s: i
you :iay bvc'i'o'he! vnrt--e" n <*. -nr-. ]XO.VILbON.. pain, by t14. aid of a local application, which .nsiit TALLAHASSEE! FLORIDA,

: :ffotce4 AMIiI.ViLV.! iLiyJa.: 7. :il in sipplvin.! an aitiO! I ; i.il i\\>>t-'t.li jh* pavts i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

Jat.ary Cl. I7. O until 1 I t I I t'nih I l b'.niinsbc t i i. -2 J. iiineiittfin-l j ; i-rticn ofn G
: of aJ-.i-itisttitwi hiv :.5 Let jraot--i: 'E liav# OD h.sri'I Five rx hundred TLou=an
TeJi-- is. t, on ic'itta Piu-La, uLich can! hewot : jj DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
IinTEUS 1
] the M day of Juw, A. IK 3fi57. s.tJjeiI'jaJ':5t"f .\ Hew Books, | iary it feit of U-.0.1 SEAO\U!) LUMCFB, of ettry JU
t THROUGH IN 43 HOU1a n with (mfoit! t, all.at! till the (;Iti'iis are f'lv! 1 S urgical Instruments
; : i i'rotuie: f jr the Bounty .fiti !, ; T L'ST rf i.'i'd, a I hij a--niltft.t I : < f /"P7v>r7 J'-T Set tht-n incited t 'u (.1 | : whit-h: will be ddirervd in Tall.Jms-e luw.I Perfumery, DycsiufTi, ,
prepared n psrinatifci-l ; < I ThoSv. v.i !hmij Lumber address Centre illr. : Spices Snuff, Windows (i lass, Paints,
tae j can us at *
e cfOn F1ri t' .3.5fl .4_7, s t. P ? Mi'f'l is.. '-: liu.ks!: ,-o.pu .i..4 *Z&r&Standaid that b.-ft'.tif'il c.ill-dcoutiin us Ouni.; which
plan art; i
>' l-cr3 d. in1. t1 :e I1rd --- : : V.ik( --. P-i..c., l>, ..tr.nd !(.. ->:FZ'lu.ai.e / rnuc'ivom" und adiniicd for tvatv. and Bills sawed :.: ihcrt tunicc. Oils, VaLes, Putty JIanufnctcr'ct Tobacco,
strength
-- -j s'j A. R. COMES End Glass; Ware, Patent 3ledicinea.
1 % r ; .1 CO.
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: ; ?. 'vi'h' all IL! : "-v;.t ii /i-.iini.-! ; ; : rf-ct i-l. 'il'Uf--8. 1
' : :. M - p Si.t. 27, lb5C. S'J FiueSoaj' TiBe Tooth, Pure Win*s and Brandies
t1rc :.giitt t.3 y f5..n<*Hff 'h r.nd I !.lrHh': L'it": May : anil J[air Bruohw fir Mtdicinal
C'i'OCi. il !v';:<'.J, which thill TK-t U; tx'.il 5'--- to icuialni'a'.etrjitJj Mi.tli-y'a History c-f the l>jt.-n Republic, just pub- pnrpcifs
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!if e aiJ v. sthia tvs jearsss j.retciibed 1i1-d_ Miry J. Hui.o, Cuiiij-l't., ) In Chancery.Joq I Paint Drushei, Fancy Articles.

by the t-u.tuVu of iht- Mule f i'JotiJn. in such Milton and Chattahoochie Allison's! Continuation of the History I of Iirop.5th ] ; .->, Notice. I Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Sfgars.
naiei.l id.-.l rl.-.''. f.te 'ir afitrtwarJ beL h X. Whilucr and! In Leon county, They have rrcently received a La>ye and Fi t iA
.
I ase : ; an 1 (Oth :' s.Ab'Mitt's M-nith" after d.ite.! the tindeiv-i: ru-d vill prosci.t '
rre-i ; J.ni cuticc is !hereby given to all creJ'tois.lgttee& U. S. Mail I Line and lie ill's Napoe j .n H .ri: prtc'fl.ii: ; SIX l t lin il ;aciitunt 'iitd vuii-lier :i3 ii'Iiniiii,tiMtor ontin1 ;-eline! lli'tThYilii.ini IfumeI f .TV///i/of evtry vuritty rf articles usually Ifpt hyiiru
that at1J I J.-ie II"me, intuit h-iis ili.MIe Circuit. irists. Planter? and Physicians will always find
and ptreous entitle to ditiij-.lius Fi-tp.ii '. '; (;J.aI,. I ; II t.ie and 31.i- estate fVin.. L.tifn'i.) dcceatod! : : lute of Lt.uacocittv
denari'J-j wi'I'i be t.tTcd at th- < >iial i- I 1Itut :, dccet-el. j at this titailibhrnent a full *upi-ly everything tea
thsir cUur.8 and -ij u1:1! : l : and I 4th 1 vojntIlolIuiV! ; An an 1 nr-k to }b.- ii.-haured.!
i(1q < f*h i Ti-'i af.j.cti'lr: and thh ntif<- will I c Lcarcs _'Iif sq Tind'i-.j\ ; I II Jt.-.ils: (e.: (.'KE.V: H.VVv', Ad-ntV. IT apptori:..? t te the Court by afHJ.ivit of B. F. tied, and on the rcst liberal ttrff.sOrLkrs
the andsatfffac'h
rileaded ia bj.r thai(4 f.: uuktil.iHlf1 w I.bin thoran.f. I \ic-.. \Vhitn.-r. EM t'.i.it: t.e! s.iM iiif.int defendants, from Country Fj-0filItd
: tiY/'wA I I'--c t's: Ft-rdin.!'.'1 si..d I I I I-alK-la.! I'cru, In riic'i.t oi f his wife LLOMXI.V P. CKi.>SAiiw. |
GEOIiGi; : A. t'HOUM, A-AtV. (/ /;/ Philijt! the "nl MI I Mi i'--I l'jnoua! ; Hi.IV MoJcrn! Mic1i 14. '", 15-uni Kveline: I H-i[ : ". Wi'li-i:: Iliiinian Jessie Hume, re- tion guaranteed, regard both prices and qsaJi

Jcoc/57. IS-:: :ti 1 Arc.i: : ; '. !. :.' fh'-'r'u-s 7'.v '/";;- .? fn -I Sir- : ; ; ILdhini'd i tiisti-ri.-al .IIK'I; 1 \ V.rvik of .'i !Jl- Kyor.d ti! jr.' '-Iicti.'r' r-f 'hs, Crnrt, r.n I bcvond ty. Phyjiician's prescription arefully compounded.

t_ "y"s uf'-r lit:: arrival ;flhi'; Xlccwcr fn., I or-l tr.'pv IJ.-.CJ.n 'lii-nn. (>'>!Hs'iih) ;! livirjr, Scott, \Viliir.m I I'iiid-1 I, Adminiftrator i>f the liu.its i-f this State, but within the Uiiitt-dStates : Also.'Eppinc's compound Fluid Extract of BucLu

Jaae IL Win! fn.tt.r L. 'Luz.i 4 1 Apilxrhicula tijvl4t' Kt-igf from Talluk'is- Dic'.zin) ?; Iivi'i'Lif'; <.f W--.hi"rton! Spaik'Vnh- \\'. 0. Miller.! devf). fiiitnd in hi* It 1 i.-* ordi-ik 1 that sa'd de-fcnJauts appear nnJ answer .Jan 5, ISSUs

ton and Lucy N. ILti'ci'utwj.; !his j #ic, ni., and JIi.Fridre'Gz., i.4t! <>n :ami' ntdi! rv'8 Wl :': ;'t.:-i ; Cliaij-bri's Mi.cillapoors 1i- I own T\\I'\ \ and in right < f hn wife, ih.- bill'! i-i n i't' lefore the first Mt-nday in October iitxt,
'v:!.', \Vi:5'.Itn! V. V."i: c.n.ni i iCralIa Wii'in/-i 10( \ >ir.iu-: <. !ti i-iar\; slyhCliniiibfiV ; I a* lii.. at Law of Kii/abelli: .itkiHvrise the CrunpLirnnt's Wll sl.rjl be taken as Turpentine Farm for Sale.

M. VTilbr, W Wi'llui: | IN GOOD TV.'O-HOll.Si: HACK I [ : C:} cLtedLt of American Li'M'tture' in iiv ilillir.loC'iSfd.' Iti Clra'irv- confessed! : Pfot'iJ" 'Il"it this < rJer be publMied! FOIl:; Rale about eleven hundred r.cres of land, to

W. Vi'ilsoa. Lr ii"xt frier.d, f t trs (rL 'HIS IJnt I, UIAV iii ill't rt.to nvdor. The l.r.1 UJ ilr.iin.it, ji.-t i-v'u-d, P'fl.II.' !' an aecoint of the T4. in !zL4 Cir-: once a week for four r.ii :.th*. iLtu-!; tt-ly ..rtec1igtl1 with & emi'.li farm and improvements, and

j Ij .: ftt.K"k hj* lH :a HlcV''eJ.uih ni.v and, oon.f.irt.tUe literature i.foiir ctmittiv from !is dicsety to the 1)11"I John L. Miller, Administrator, of cuit Conit.i.n t. f-iii I n.htl.iy in ') t.pl-t in s )i.ie i."jwspuper 1 jubliehcd will be sold nt a Lrgain. inquire of

John McD t:.tU. E ?'-ut >r < f VTil j In ClIn.ery-rf3 I'jik.Thbr und aeC'lnimodatiiiT. nut day.! '.vith .t Memoir of the \ '...tirs! and I i-2.tiat.ts I El'z.ihcth Milh-r. d h-etaseii t Alexanthr In the Cit'y of T: lld.: :: -.-ce. i JOHN U. RHODES or A. P. FULLET.WakuIIa .

lism Wilsori. OL-eca-cd Vjl i am the Cuccit Court ; A !libi-ral allowance! of bJtJS'ijj'j: ali !- fioin their vritlnjj: The b-st book if the kind ex P. MilK-r, Tl otra? J. Oidv-n-il :.t t"> :'.ibtrs, this the twenty first day" i Fla., October 4r 1856. 40

\ -. Duttyn. L 'ui.U-r! '1. IiaVii! f Middle Cncuitvf i 1ied t'j each j'aaii'is ir. Miller. !Kli/ibeth C. MilUer and ofMav, A. L. lJ>:.7. j

Julia A. B.ill, his wife, Flwiida, Lton Co. : tant.rimu.'s T,.nary Romances Win. J. Miller.JT ; j J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJge. Insolvent Estate Notice.

Manner at-l Maty I). 1'tier, AGENTS : I in itts ; Sttlc-i"iiaiV: ( : Manna!; History of the appearing to the satisfaction of t ti ho Court that j May 23, ':57.; 21-lm j STATE OF FLORIDA >

Lis; uilr, Ni '"rni W. Dutl.)n/u i At Milton, JAS. A. CHAFFIX, Ilt-psjblir! ; '.\Ltt's and CHlioijii! 'V<.rk'fc, cotnjilett-, Alexander P. Milh-r. Thomas J. Milh-r, Elizabeth ----r--- JEFFERSON COUNTY. )"

minor, WihiaM Ilct.ry McAlistfr j Geneva.; ? Ala., W. 1). MOXKOK, in 0 voluuicLlank -?. 0. Mill r r.-i I Wrr. T. Mill--r, are iioii-recid.-aU of the Notice I
I H. ANDREWS sheriff
HoM-tU Iiiath Alitttr, ( \Y/'iI./ and admitfctrator
Lot Jrr JA
; I5ix ks and Stationary, C.ip, .t l1.'ritlt:
.1.1V.. SMITH
Lania E Mc-Al'.Ft-r. a ini'ior, ; Cait.j.Mi n, Gold und! Steel with and Months after date L.-hall present final ac I Y T ex officio, of the estate of Did Woolf. late of
I 3litri.'LII.! V r. NiciiwL ittid Account Paper ; I\r\ ; It i ii tl.tTi'fwru: : ; ordr-rc-l. that said def n lanta appear j SIX my
a.l Adclia Deillu WiUon. J and vmnhcrs to the H >n. Judije ot Probate i Jefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Probate
and Vi..itii '
: Chutta'wli.-c I). COI.SON. w-i'.ho'jt handles ; I'tivolopes, f.iiicy ;plain ; to and ;anv r. jih-a-l l or dena.r to said Uill, on or 1e- ,
XT appcAtMi;; ta the Col!it 1)V fcfillaut ziiadeaiJ j PAfscu l.o i.iK-i v.-ith ; pud I'lajin'Cards: ; Lt-u1era JournaU-, D.ivIJ'iok fore the first Monday! in November next, otherwise of Loon county as executor of the estate of office of Jtfffr!">n county a written suggestion that

filed in thi-j ea *e, tli.it all tbe ab<>v nm.d lifendauti j' security and' .scan with cuti.frL tl.ioujh: certainty, I *. lU--onU and Pa-s ]J"oks! ,xn.! evcrj article the Hill drill b ? taken as confe-setl against :'..tr.i. ( John) Ctok, d-t.aic'i' hi'e tn'said count, and ask to he believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.

cxci-pt Jd.n McD&igi1, reside lonti she r.CO.D.I FISHER.: ufnallv! f"Un 1 ii our: bniirtil.Nov. : And it i is fut [her ordeiud. That a copy of this! or- be discharged.! THUS. J. KO1JERTS, Ext'r. \ Thereupon, notice is given to all persons baring

juns-jicti 't: of tLis Court, uiJ beyonj th hunts of Piopii/'lur and (Jontiaetor. 15. -l 1i McDOUOALL IIOI5BV.. tier be pt.l lishod! in a newt-paper printed in Tial!! >:asBit1 Apiil 18. '5-;. Iti-tfin; claims against; said estate to appear and file the same

this State, but wiihintht- Unite Sat ; / IA o>J-nJ, i lU-tf Fioii!.i, once atei fur four Month 1'a-scd with the JiHge of Probate said county, on or be-

Tiiat nid dfen'Iutsi, William W. Dutton, I.eaultr | May 9.:7. Notice. at Chambeis this Sli! day i>f ,June I 1S57. Livery and Sale Stable. fore the 12th day of Decembernext, when there will
G. Ball and Julia. :&. Kill. hi- wife, Munr J. WAYLKS BAKEIl. be a p-o-rata distribution ofthe funds belonging to

and ilary U. Mi'iigcr h:* v/ifc, Na >!:.iW. Dull): -n si > Notice.VLL IX mf>4iths aflr date! lAO in-! !< i. i iflCl l will pre June I 13, '57. 21-4m Judge. I J said estate amongst the cretlikrs thereof: at which

minor, William Henry M-Ali-tcr. ]Jl-tit.i KlizabahMcAhsttr. : persons h.ivinjjdeiuaii.Is aIa1.t. thu estate of : ) cent th.-ir necoiuiti% s'.nd voueht-is t to t liable Honor f f lice, t'.at ho has purchaed time the said William U. Andrews will apply fer his

Lir.x K. M: \ itr.. a ..iiii.r.. a-id A I.-lia _i: : Dupjjar, ieCflCd. late of Lf-on county: Jivl;;* of Pri ;Iwito for the county of (i.idndrn and Notice. c.t-Tr: the Livery Stable nf32t final discharge from the administration of said estate.

Bertha Wilwn.! J,t'j' ..! i-J a.u-wvr lh ? Uill fid! iu i are notified to nrr+eut thf-ni to the ndrrFi jncd al 1 1i a .k for a final eettU-meiit and disf-hsr t1 frrini the} adiniiiidlration William: 11 Nt>w ->n), in Tall.ihassee, together with the TUOilAS J. CUACE,

this cause on.or Iteiore the firft Monday in D. vn.ber i tuitiistrator w ithiii the time }pit-iciibod by law. or I of tho tfctat i'f CoimlitA J3'iglish, late of months after daf> the undersigned aIltiiibtra-! good will of the establishment and that ho is now Judge of Probate.

next; ithf-rw th- comrlai11t': : bill bi:il! i bp takinas I they will l. banr-J ; end those indebted are roquis- said county, rlecwjod. acrnnling to hiw. SIX of the vetate of James W. Strange, deceased, prepared: to carry on the business in all its branche*, I March 7, '57. 10-9m

cfiufevcd : J'suv'Jd. That tbi >nl-r be publih I I ted to make payveiit iniinrdiat.-ly. JOHN (;J. SMITH )r Adnus. ueboum. uon. late of Oaiisden! county, will I prcst-i.t his final accounts r.nd prouiijcs the pi'blic with good accommodations

(>nce a wvek f.'r four nvniths preceding the uiid Unit JAMF.3 DUGGAR, Admt'r. Wil II. Ol'VV to the Judge of Probate: of baid county and! ak to bedischaiged I in his line ou reasonable terms. i Circular Saws.

Day in l>ecrtu'' cr. in some newspaper publibhed in July 4, 'i7. 27-Sw July: 1 57. 27-Oin thtrt-fivin. i RICHARD 3AUXDERS. 1T7ELCH tt GRIFFITH'S, and HOE A GO'S

the City of Tall Aa ce. E. S. SHEPARD, Adnv'r.! j N. B James '1'. Herring: is my duly authorized V T Chcnlar Sawa, from 42 to 64 inches size, constantly

Order*? nt CUAUCS'.S, this iovrnteeuthdav of July, Attachment.i Mullet July, 1857. 27-om | agent and has entire control of the business, repre for sale at a commission on manufacturer'

A. D, 1&S7. WAVLL'S' BAKER, Judge. i Harusrd. Jr., ) Injustices Couit, for the I :'' P.IiLS. MULLET, for sale nt a minced piu-e seuting me as fully as if I was personally present prices" by D. LADD.

July' 18, IS57. 29-lta r.. J--Secoud Diati ict of Leon Co., i ) l-v U. C. WIL JN. Notice.SIX RICHARD SA'UXDERS.Sep. Newport, December 20, 185&. 61

Nathaniel White. ) AlUichmcut for ?2'J 38.100 May 23, ':::7. 21 Months after date, the undersigned administra 6,1856 30

India Rubber PackingXNDIA -. njMIK Ji'fi-ndant and all < thrr JiiUrc=ted, .ir? hereby of the estate of Lewis! M. Saunters, deceased, Burning : Fluid

I I lluuber i'an; of nil thicknesses fiom S .JL notified of the o-ninuiici-rnent) of this I suit! S Notice.Q late of Leon cr-unty, will made his final exhibit to Notice.T F SUPERIOR QUALITY.just rewired and

4 inch, constantly ou huid at D. LADD.Xcwpoit. returnable to a 3 usti-'. Couit to be ho! 1 at Tallahassee IX Month* after date the unJerti ned administra the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be i idischarged. I ETTrilS cf administration having been granted O for sale by AMES A LIVELY.

Oct. Ib. Jbio. 4.1 12th day October, A. D. 1857, an-1 to per IJ trix of the slate of Chaih-s S. Siblcy. deci-astul: JOSEPH L .CHRISTIE, Adint'r to u.ij on the 1st day of June, 1857, by the Hon.Jud January SI, 1357. 5

and pleat] to tbU Lame. !Ijitc of Oalsd-ii county, will present her final account April 18, 57- 18-6m e of Probate for t'i county of Leon State of -

Attachment.Tbomab Given unrlpr mv hand and seal this "4th day of I t<> the Judge of Probate: of said county and auk to be Florida on the estate c>f William Henry Groom, deceased

Vi'hiUj! ) In Justices Court, for the Sec July, A. D. I discharged. MARY D. G. SIULUY, Admt'x. NEW CARRIAGE SHOE iulnnt son of the late Hanly B. Croom, all Notice.

,S. ond Dittiict rLcou Count, 1S57.ED1'41tD' M. WEST [i. f,.] June 2057. 25-Ciu debts nuLl demand. whatsoever nature against the A LL persons having: maoda against tb. estatotJ
f ."* *' r ij E undersigned ht-gs leave to inform the eiti- deceased which \. Charles VT. DeWt deceased late of Jeflmon
JTatbauicl WLuDcbl: f 21 24fT Jnelice of the Peace. estate of t-aid Wm. Henry rwom, ,
July S5,1857.; 30SmNotice. zeta of Tallahassee mid vincimty, that he has j hull not be exhibited to mo as administrator afore county, are notified tr present them to the nut!. r-igned
'Hi: ; dcfin-iant and Jill! oihers are lu-rt-by: noiificdJL Notice.ALL '
opened a carriage shop in this p'ace joining | law
said within two vearsTls prescribed by the stat ite of adrainistutor, witKo the time prescribe by or
of the ctrniiK-ncetiu'iit of this suit n turnuble t > a
Justices Court, to U> beld utTalbhwSite on th* 12th* persons having claims or demands of what. Brokav's.Livery Stables, the State of Phuida. in su 'b ease made and provided, they willbe barred ; and all Indebted are requ.ste

to the tama. .1 Jac&ion J.Sniith: ,deceased, late of L -oncoun- i Shaw, deceased, hite Gadsden: county, Fla., are no- where he is i prepared to tlo all Kinds of work IB bia } by given to all creditors legatee and persons t-nti- Wr. ,

Given under my band and seal this -i'Ji day of ty, are hereby n'HiSe
Julr. A.D. 1857.EDWAIID. to tlw undeuizned adniantraW! within | of Laid cekite. within the time presciibt-d by law, REjS2lIIJjR[ will be barred at the expiration ofthe period aforesaid,
or this notice will be pit.ad iu b.ir thereof; aud thoseindebted : TJtRMS, unless exhibited within the same, and this notice will Notice.TETTERS
:M. WEST [u a.] the tine prtecribed by law or they will be barred ; i } .
lo hid estate HIX-icquested to make >' such as carriage jiniuting and tiirniningv making new : be pleaded in bar thereof.
Justice of the Peace. and all those Indebted arc requested to make payicut pa j jinent harm been granted to
imnitdiatcly. buggies and wagons, and all kinds of rtpaiiing. Having GEORGE A. CROOM, AJmt'r.June testamentary- ?
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July 55, Ic57. SO-Sm iu-inediatcly.! JOHN CASON, Ada4'i.Jul i of the last Will and Testament
THOMAS U. SMITH, AJnifr.July procured a lir&t rate 6, 57. 23-3n\
18' U57. 20-8w I of Jolm G. Gunn, deceased late merchant, resident in
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Vermifuges Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Notice.SIX the town of Quincy, Gadsden county, FI*. Notice is

DOZEi(f I''ahuUocks Vermifuge, Notice. Ladies'DressGood from New York, the nndewgned in prepared to Jo j hereby given to all creditors,legatees and persona entitled

60 4 McLane* Months after date, the umleuijjned, admiuis- this kind of work as well and iu the latest style, as it j mouths after date, I shall present rny final ac- to distributive shares of the estate -of the aid

: f Jayuett Tonic SIX of the cttate Of Mary A. B<.zeait. deccaecd, MUSLINS, plain and fiaurtd, ca.i be done at the North. i nud vouchcis 'o the Hon.Judge Probate I deceased, to pr' nent their cliam or demands to M,

24 l\rfi'tftd Shot for Worms, ., late vf Leou county! will prcec. thi*final accouutiaud SWISS 'I-. chi-cked, All tli'ue who have this kind of work to do, and for Jefferson cctmty, ns admini trator of iY.i estate of ft.r settlement, within two years from this date or tan

) 2 Si3'erniUuge rider, tSautomn vouchers U the Jlonoi able! Judge of Probate of raid Linen Lawn. I'rmeh Priuto, < tc.Lanilin'j wish it done iu a manner that will, not fail to give A> !i-s B. Lord late of said county, JeceosoJ and a*>k same will be barred by the statute, after the expira-

,.Wvrirt-feccd Oil.; ic coun'v' afid ask to be dischar, ; d. fiuin Samrson, aud for sale bv satisfaction, wcrlJ do well to call on < for a discharge from said administrator-hip. ion of that period. Ac-
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\ MIXIprit d LIYL'LV. THOMAS J PERK IN?, AdiLlV.JuU M--XA UGHT ORMONI i CO.Apul WM. KYlIN3.M' \\'M .U. T M\fl, AdT.t'r. 2WM. S. GUN, and CHAS. H. DcPONT EXt

$'- II J. 'if.: lb .'.i 1 is / --o r-n IS 'o7. 1<5 .-; 18; A pi il I II I 7 ;FI] Quincy July 4, 57. 27--8vTh




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