The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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--=- BY DOW,. JK. mote it be f we were fortunate enough to secure a passage As Napoleon was riding out attended bj boy at recent. examination in tn, .Englith -,

MILES NASH & CO. ---: line with but school w4 faked who discovered
on a steamer a few pas ,. A- ,
D'Orville" sends me the following text. N. B.-I prepared the notes to my sermon sengers. Among the ladies, one especially several officers I was one of the partywerode mines t II I wish I#&} .ffi .'* says a Brijsh.|

DEALERS I1f I: will expatiate a little upon it this morn yesterday, with great fear and trembling expecting interested us. She was the widow of a wealthy past a. forest where somfc woodmen were editor if ho did'nt au'se-Yankee Doo-

DRUGS, PAWTg ing : every moment to' be numbered among planter and was returning with only one cutting, the Emperor, with a smile turned die/!

What is lore?- -Tis a fool's blind dreamOf the things that used i to be. But, thank heaven child to her father's; house. Her devotion to round to us and said : Can watch with second hand.az$. ,'be

MEDICINES, a OILS something that ne'er existence had I we have dodged the comet this time; there the child was very touching, and the eyes of Obsert-5 that man who though toiling hard called a a second-hand new watch a ? .

It vanishes 'neath the daylight's gleam fore you will please! sing the Dodge-ology, her old black nurse would fill with !
lufbrm their friends and the as for his bread be 'i"
A OULE !! publicihs And when it is daily seems to quite happy.
gone, the fool mad f with- God mad. Washington childless that!
\,\ they have on Land a good assortment! ofs DC goes commencing she besought her mistress not to love that The woodman seeing so a

f! articles AS are ge.uerallj kept in their line of busioeek My Hearers: If you think that your lone We've dodged the Comet, thank the Lord! boy too much, or the lord would take him away looking at him made a respectful many bow persons, and nation might call him father. .I.
recei ring fresh Tbeh ly preacher, through practical is Hftl-lal .
and trill be regularly supplies. experience, leluyah from her.
lost Let virtue and truth be 'and
approaching us to inquie if we had our guide,
reasonable.Tallahassee A word- jour
of narrow dodge
be our
terns shall more capable giving a perfect analysis of upon We passed through the canal at Louisville '
arid interest
Apiil 9th 1853-_14._ Love than anybody rise you sit there under Hal-lal-leluynh! wav. pleasure ..,....
; and stopped fdr a few minutes at the wharf
Shout -
-- Glory, then-shout, Glory gloW Nosaid the Ert1percrbut tell me
Dr. Miles H. Nash, a: heavy mistake. True, in my more suscep c'Il dodge the de'il, the sheriff, too, when the nurse vvl hng! to see the city walk. honest man what makes so Cheerful !my- A coat out at the elbow may be buttonedover
tible daj-s-and before I took to chewing And eke the darts from Cupid's bow- ed you a generous breast.
HIS rROFESMOXAL' SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS:' OrOFFICE out on the guard at the back of the boat, What ?' .
rfIJlS earn a day
TALLAUAESEE AND sun JtOU DI G OOUNTR T. tobacco-I often felt a i slight, mysterious jerking Glory' Hallelujah where by a sudden effort the child sprang Three may francs you honor.' Benevolence deposition and decision of

with Dr. M. Naahjimmediatalj eastof the at the heartstrings, but only once the [Omit the eighty. fth verse, and as many from her arms into the terrible current that Three francs,!'your said the Emperordoes character united, make a man a blessing to '

real, magnetic! galvanic, spasmodic, convulsive more as please.] '
you swept towards the falls, and disappeared im that !support! and family ? Tell me the circle in which he moves
you your
,19 1855. 20MEDICAL soothing, painful, delightful sensation of .
May The confusion which
mediately. ensued '
genuine Lore: I handled'-the article thoroughly SrNOTjEAIZ AoCinkS'it-YAKtKO' : }UT AMAN'S attracted bovr *orf manage! : to do !lo. lie who means to do well without l doing
the attention of
NOTICE. -examined ;t, taJted it, rubbed it atld BRAIN, FIXING AND RKpLACiira' IT.- sitting !fr1 Urn front a of gentleman the boat who was With pleasure, your honor, if you will I what: b.9 means until the arrival 1 of some fat ____
part ,
----- little'this With three francs I
smelt of it-aud yet, for the toul of me, Ican't The Harrisburg Telegraph says that on Wednesday he asked step a way. rorable opportunity, will never do it at all.
Robertson Bond reading. Rising hastily, for some not only keep wife and but I also
Dr& night last a canal boatman named my family, t _
now tell what it is, nOI eviu? what it's article the fchild had The to do and .
worn. h.tnd-' J Meaning not '
nurse doing the
out interest and old 13 juHt --
formed in the Tomack resident of Pa. put money at payoff my
YC' co partnership practicprofession a Loynlsock, ( )
] A like. Enough to say, it's some bort jif a nervous ed him a she had off in her I same as determining do
I'I 3. of l lr offer their services to the cit while lying asleep on tfie deck of his boat, tiny apron torn debts. j not to and saying so, I _
of Tallahassee and surrounding country. I affection, taking root in the he.:itand, effort to retain the }bade in her arm '. Turn. Explain only it is not quite so honest
zeus into collision with yourself. I
: came a bridge near High.
the Store lately occupied by Bet branching out and blossoming in the brain: ; I ing to a splendid Newfoundland that : I
office over '
:r and when I t'oire, which struck him on the back part of I Willingly! your honor. I keep my wife A true history of the needlo would be a _
k Higgs. they COllie to nervous diseases, was eagerly watching his countenance heI
ton and children-I I
therefrom place out tale of manifold horrors
Ftb. 28, '57 9tITiNARDJr. doctors of medicine doctors of the ueat knocking the perietal money -of sighs, groans,
divinity, and pointed first to the and then to thfe
: apron by educating the latter'at school and I!
tears emaciation
horse doctors alike bone wiY.'cb: was found shortly after as free payoff broken hearts and pr..ma-
are equally in the dark. spot where the child had under. In
'extranet8 substance as if it had beenextractl.d gon : an my debts by maintaining my aged father i f ture deaths.
But there is
something in it, as the unbeliever instant the noble dog leaped into the rUshing and mother do honor I
baflds oa. skillful demonstra. you see, your may I I
WILL CONTINUE THE said when ho took the laughing gas. by the water, and he also soon disappeared. By well be happy.' There is a place in which one may always I _

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS Brother Burns, who used to plough up a tor of anatomy. The' ;younded the man concussion was of this time the excitement was intense, and Excellent man,' said Napoleon, here is I find happiness-in the dictionary.What .

tT AT THE OLD ETANP, SIGN ..,&!;3 good deal of love poetry, never told us what course aroused instani.'y remarkable} by rose to his, : same persons on the shore, supposing! that a Napoleon for you, 'tossing him the money. is the shape of a kiss! Round I
Love actually was, albeit he has given us to and, what is most the dog was lost as well as the child, I i "
what "
pro. Keep have told I Not it
secret. is
I the extent of you me a am suppose. exactly; a lip-ticle.
understand something of what it is like. liesa's feet, perfectly unconscious o( cured a boat and started off in search of the Emperor and of

OF) THF MORTAR, : the injuries received from the oollision. The body. Just at this moment the dog was your I on pain my displeasure Infidelity kindles no holy enthusiasm, and _
tell till have
enjoin to
*. slight pain in the back ot his heaJ gave him I you no one you the glories of the world are tame and
Lore i i"" like a : '\ seen far away with something in his mouth. seen face at least hundred times.' com

Coniirof Clinton and itooroe streets,Tallahassee It will nae let c1izziu:6i'I I no trouble whatever; it was only after he Bravely he struggled with the waves but it Sir my, it shall be so.'one mon.place in the presence of such scenes of
p 3CoParlnership Gang about his had dressed himself and one of his comrades moral grandeur as the annals of
19,1856. was evident that his fast martyrdom
ary strength was: failing ; Napoleon turned hia! horse's head and
'--- : I IE That is so, my friends Love unfits a bodyfor had found the bone on deck that he was aird! more than one breast gave a sigh of relief joined us. exhibit.

Notice. I any useful pursuit: upon the face of the made aware of the unfortunate, mutilation of as iu i: ? boat reached him, and it was an- The same evening, as he appeared thoughtful Young men who believe in Christianity _

E THE' undersigned. in hare tbeWHOLESALE this day entered into a co- earth, and annihilates his appreciation of any. his caput. After this discovery the wounded nounced th;! he had the child, and it was Gen. Rasp asked him if anything unpleasant and are consequently influenced by its prin., i i

E thing that is really valuable. I suppose that man was taken to Highspire, where Dr. hore-the of
were ciples
&, RETAIL still alive. They brought I had occurred that day. morality, are kept from many 81'ill. -

caUGBU8:1NESS: : when the fit is on, even miners can dig Rutherford, of our city was summonedvho dog and child. No,' said the ,}< mpero-'but I met a man vices and sorrows, into which the careless .
: : with the energy of a woodchuck in the last after washing the man's brain and replacingit herself and the immoral fall. <. _
. under the name and style of Giving a single glance to satisfy this morning, who, with three francs per day,
stage of consumption ; and when they come and arranging the splinters of the adjacent that the child the told he
was really living, young me kept his family, placed ont moneyat Lola Monies said Beams "
AMES&LIVELY.TilEY I i across a nugget, they probably look upon it parts of the skull in a proper manner, informed mother rushed forward and sinking beside interest and paid off his old !fdebts. Gentlemen Yes," is pure in. _

--- ._ : as being worthless as did jEsop's old rooster him that was all he could do for the dog, threw her arms around his neck and ,' continued the Emperor, 'you will nocence.in-no-srrue." replied? May Lee, .f she is

will be pleased to see their Friends the jewel he chanced to scratch out him. With this the woundeJ man departed in : pure
I upon the
I burst into tears. Not could view much if of tell tbe
many please me any you can me
and at the old stand of D.H Ames,
it where patrons they will keep a full and general I of a dung-heap.! a perfectly rational state to his home at sight unmoved, and as she caressed and kiss. meaning of what he said.' If a man should set out calling everything

: assortment of Articles appertaining their I, Love is a lazy, dreaming, high-ho-ing state Loyalsock. We doubt if the experienceof ed his shaggy head, she looked up to his owner I All of us were very anxious to please our by its right name,he would be knocked down

De of business! I>. H. AMES, I of existence, in which one either looks on I any member the medical professioncan and said : I monarch, and knowing that he had spokento before he got to the corner.of the street.

M. LIVELY. I' the world as a garden full of roses, without a show a similar case to the above. I rich
I' O-sir: I must have this dog am ; i a woodman in the forenoon, we rode off When Dr. H. and lawyer" .
1 were walking
.anaaryl.lS56. single thorn, or an immense field of Canada I take all I have-everything-but give me ; the
mychild's early on following morning-and having in saiotto
-- -- --- NEW MODE RESUSCITATION. arm arm, a a friend
i OF day wag :
I Iu.c11.ot1cer thistles, and not a solitary one in }blossom. I IWhen "
I Ii j found the woodman asked him if he knew to
JOHN R. LLOYD last week the of a house in South preserver. These two are just equal to a highway .
i your preacher first experienced a severe I occupants The gentleman smiled, and patting his dog's whom he had spoken on the previous day. _
A- ; : I touchof, the tender, everything from : Ann street were startled by a bustling and I man. 4 _
head, said : The man said 'yes, he had the honor of ? the
AND : the od-pile to the hen-house, was crowned I groaning noise in the attic and on repairingto "I am very glad, madam, he has been of talking with the Emperor.' ; Why was: response.
i with than and I Ii the spot found the man who occupied the 'I' Because, rojoined. the wag it is a .
roses'bigger: flapjacks turkey
; the world 4
COMMISSION\[ MERCHANT, service to you, but nothing What did you say to him V \ and doctor
second of the house and who had bean lawyer a -your
!! :
i buzzards hoveling over the carcase of a dead story money your
FLORIDA. could induce me to part with him: I Excuse uie, gentlemen, that I must not j *
TALLAHASSEE., : -mule seemed like on a for several days, in a dying con. life.
Cupids spree "
so poUingtheir be
many The dog looked as though perfectly understood ;. tell you, j t
July 19._1856." 29-ly I pinions above the bosom of my sleeping dition. He had adjusted a leather strap to what they were talking a'-lout, and One of the party said, 'I will give you fifty Yon may gain knowledge by reading,
his neck and made it fast to beam overhead!
R. H. BERRY I Beauty a I giving his sides a shake laid himself down at I Napoleons to tell me.' but you must separate the wheat from the

Unhappily Goldsmith, my brethren, once and when discovered life was almost extinct. his master's feet with an expression in his I The man said!, I dare not.' chaff by thinking.
Auctioneer and Commission I! exclaimeJ in like these A lady occupying the lower tenement was
poetically something large eyes which laid plainer than words You shall hAolie hundred, if you will Woman's Conventions
called the who cut are always crow
MERCHANT. heart. words : to rescue immediately _
I piercing the and seized him by the of his -" No, nothing_shall part us. oblige us/ rejoined our companion. ded, and Dr. Johnson gives the true reason.
TAUAEAVKE, Fla,Sept.29,1855. SB! Oh! what ia friendship but a name- strap nape Place the in hand and I will
money my People flock to hear
A charm that lulls to bleep! neck and the slack of his breeches and threw REFLECTIONS: os MARRIAGE.- The lead. preach, not _

And Lore u but a Lru&hwood flame, him down a flight of stairs. This done, she ing features i in the character of a good woman tell yotr. because she preaches well, put because she
1 S. S. KNIGhT, I Tint leaves the wretch-a We placed the money in his hand, and after preaches anyhow just
as to
sheep held his head in a pail of water until life are mildness, complaisance and equanimity I ; they go. see a

AUCTIONEERS.! COMMISSION MERCHANT or, to weep" I forget which-very likely, was restored, and then took the leather by of temper. The man, if be be a worthy I he had carefully examined every piece, dbg walk on his hind legs, though he does
that had erode
I he told all
TALLAHASSEE, I'LOEIDA. a sheep"-it's more natural. which ho was found) suspended, and gave I and provident husband, is immersed in a I us transpired. not walk on them near so well as a man. _
off and arrival the askedto
on our at palace
September 1,1665. 05 ; But what says our text \-" 'Tis a fool's him & right down gocd strapping. The man thousand cares. His mind is agitated, his be admitted to the when The improving man may start in life witha
I wild dream of something that ne'er existencehad. rccovcred his enteredthe is loaded and his body fatigued. Emperor, we expounded
HUGH A. CORLEI having lully senses, memory this riddle. great stock 01 conceit, but it grows less _
." Now, my friends, you know very lady's apartments and began to show lIe returns from the bustle of the world, cha- with said and less as his knowledge increases.
at Law well that the woof of all dreams is composedof she took with at Napoleon, pale anger, :
Attorney j fight, whereupon a rolling pin, grined perhaps by disappointment angry I the woodman before dead
Bring or Time is the
threads spun by Fancy, and more brittle which she was at the time rolling out pie I insolent and perfidious people, and terrified I me I most precious anl yet the 3
FLA. alive !
TALLAHASSEE, I than the beams of a dilapidated moon ; the crust, and went at him in good earnest, driving lest his unavoidable connections should make most brittle jewel we have. It is what every _

January 17, 1857. 3-1 y whole fabric is flimsy trash at the best.- ,, him into an adjoining room and locking him appear perfidious himself. Is this the I He was soon found, and ushered into the man bids largely for, when he wants it,

Then, if Love be nothing more than ao idi. i him in. The next day the victor gaVe birthto time for the wife of his bosom his dearest I presence' of his angry monarch. but squanders it away when he gets it. _
1 1onillili Sirrah how have dared to break
Benj. F. Young, ot's dream-gilding everything, and conver- j a plump and healthy nine pounds child and most intimate friend, to add to his vexation I promise with, me ?t' you your The other day an old lady rushed into the 4 _

: : ffi1 Li\Y ; ting airy !nothing into_ a seemingly solid something and is doing well.-Hartford Couratit. : to increase the fever. of an overburdened : Sire// said the woodman with great composure garden in search of her daughter, on being

AND ) and yet nothing after all-then, I say, I i mind by a contentious tongue, or a discontented I Ii I have not pour told that the young lady had gone there with I
I II disobeyed com
SOLICITOR IX EQUITY I Love won't pay for candle.light-much less THE ASHLAND FESTI\"ITIEs.-l\fonday i brow? Business, in its most pro- a- .tt. -rase.-1.- 99
mand. How dare tell
for either its laudanum or its brandy cock says the Louisville Democrat, was a great I state, is full of anxiety and turmoil.Oh dave, you me a t *
Cir '
ILL in the Courts of the Eastern perous lie ? "
"T emit practice of Florida, and the Federal Courts. I tails. My lamented friend Moore says, most day at Ashland, the home of the Hon. JamesB. how dear to the memory of man is the She said the told I Marriage resembles" pair of aheara,
/ Smith
pathetically : Clay, member elect to Congress from the wife who clothes her face with smiles, who W'oodman-'sott me says Sydney joined that they cannot -
(OFFICE AT CAISSVILLE, ALACOUA COCXTT.) I should tell-no until had face be
one seen your separated, moving in
8th district. It was a. barbecue gotten and who makes her
'With milder up
come light expressions
REFERENCES days uses gentle '
: few may
I Or shed a brighter beam ; by Mr. Clay himself, at his own home for lap soft to receive and hush his Cares to rest. one hundred tiroes. Then putting his hand directions, ;yet a1wayannIshiog, any one who j
eAr J. J. ) "
LUCAS But there's nothing half so sweet in life the of the friends who aided in object deliberately into his pockets, he laid th. comes between them. .
COL. J. D. AIKES: }j- Charleston, S. C. I gratification There not in nature so fascinating an ,
As Love's dream I pieces of one by one, before the Em-
Dt JAsm S. JONES Tallahanee, Via.June I Love was once a little boy, and full of hosts of Know Nothingism. His was peror, with the heads upwards. There long nosed that he wiped ont with his

6,'57. 23 mischief and then all his dreams, though _ _ Sire,' continued be* have I not seen your nOM ;
____ 1 ; a brilliant success; and it was propper that half of what be wrote with his pen. A pity ,
sweet" notwithstanding, fool. FRANKLIN; ASKING FOR \V OllK-When face one hundred times ?I'
very and
should be
A. PERRY AMAKER i iATTOJaliBY very there rejoicings congratulations. that many authors have not noses twice
ish ; and he doubtless found them so, when Following the suggestions of his quite a youth, Franklin went" to London, entered Napoleon burst into a fit of laughter, gave that of the Dutchman.
: long as
AT LAW i. he came to grow up and know the differepce friends, Mr.Clay concluded that entertain. a printing office, and inquired if he him a slap in the face, called him a clever ,

TALLAHASSEE,FLA. :, in the value of a kiss and a five dollar gold ment assembling the Democratic hosts wouldbe could get employment as a printer fellow, and made him a captain in the artillery No one wonld take you tor what you

May 21, 1858. 20_ piece, or that of a leg of mutton and a pretty in keeping with their wishes and a grati. 1 Where are you from V inquired the fore -where he proved himself deserving of i are," said an old.fashioned gentleman a day ; i.

EDWARD M. WEST. ankle. My text, brethren, seems to give us fication to himself; hence be announced a man. his good fortune. or two ago to a would-be dandy, who had ,;,

to understand, that when Love's silly dream barbecue. Yesterday! was the occasion, and America.'was the reply. more hair than brains. Why," asked Joe. ;..

Attorney and Counsellor at, Law, vanishes before the broad daylight of Reason, Ashland the place. Five thousand persons Ah,' said the foreman, from America a I Varieties.. Because they can't see your ears." .

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. the dreaming fool is verv likely to go mad as gathered from the surrounding country, and lad from America seeking employment as a The man who wrestled with adversitywore '

April.1SS6. 14 a March hare. If this don't hold good in all I: the speaking and feasting! was kept up during printer Well, do you really understand the Or Vixen wires have always been considered I I out his silk stockings and:! got worsted '

instances, 1 tell you, my friends, that in a i the day. :Speeches were made by Hons. art of printing ? Can you set type I' fair game for the satirist in prose and

Anderson J. Peeler, majority of cases, it will apply as tenacious John C. Breckinridge, James B. Clay, Gov. Franklin stepped to one oi tho cases, and, verse. Everybody remembers tho old jokeof They who drink widows away their estates drink t
the tears of their and the
awl Counsellor at Law ly as hot glue in a nigger's wool. Hear the t Williard, Charles Anderson of Cincinnati, in a very brief space, set up the following the husband who, learning that his spousewas children.He blood of I
Attorney their impoverished .
same poet rave, in his crazy second thought : Col. Preston of our city, and others. passage from the first chapter of the Gospelof drowned, went to search for her up the

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, Oh! the days are gone when Beauty bright Great enthusiasm prevailed. Firing of John : river from the place where the woman fell in, whe marries beauty only is like a buy.

NEW PORT FLORIDA. .. My heart a chain wove- cannon and muslck enlivened the occasion.Mr. Nathaniel saith unto him, can any good alleging as a reason that, dead or alive, she er ot cheap furniture-. -the varnish that..

\' TILL Practice in the Court of the Middle Circuit When all my dream, from mom till night, Haldeman presented a magnificent cane thing come out of Nazareth ? Philip saitli was sure to go against the stream '.'* And caught the eye will not endure the fireside I
Was love, still love I I
TT Special' attention pajd to Collecting. to'Mr. Clay, in behalf of the citizens of the unto him, come and,see here is an old epigram, in two lincs-orrath- blaze. .

March 21. 57._12_ Here, my brethren, you can easily! see the First and Second Wards. It was.done.so quick, so accurately, aud. er nn enitanh sham enough to wake___ on,. trtn in distress ;
-- I -- ---- -r'0-- -- H -- When great people are they
madness protruding an inch or so. Mark delicate so
contained proot appropriate
FLOYD & HOLLAND, a vixen if she was not very dead indeed : to receive liberal proffers of I Ii
how the fellow sighs, like a furnace, with Charlie do stand and that it at cmee him char are apt very assistanca -
at Law. my boy, why you powerful
Attorneys "Here lice my wife P lly, a terrible shrew, i from little ones. Ah, what'shalJ'l
that distreuf'oOh !"-how he takes on, to !' said over-anxious mother hereon and with all in the office. "
here to
-\T7TLL; practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle an acter standing If 1 !said! I was sorry then I should lie too! do I exclaimed horselin a quagmire.. Take, t
t't'and Wed Florida and in the Court think that the days are forever past when he at a fashionable party : in an enjoy .
Supreme go THE FIRST TWENTY Y EAKS.- Live as (QT:: About as good is the following, said hold of my tail, squeaked m pompous l little

State,in the Northern District of Florida. than to crawl under a gooseberry bush J-. she's a splendid creature- long as you may the first twenty years form I to be on a tombstone somewhere in Connecticut mouse. -*, 'Vi.'. t

R.J.FLOYD Office Apalacbwola, Fl*. and dream of Love, still love" or sit and plump as a patridge ; shall I introduce you !" the greater part of your life. They appear bat never before published : fir: There aro two things about-which t
D.P.HOLLAND Office Qaincy, FIa.Dee. they seem to have t
.ti, 1166. 61_ doze while Beauty was manufacturing a hal No I tbank ye. I saw the lady in bathing so when when they are passing look back;. to them and "Here lies my wife, Adelia Ann you should never grumblethe'first, is-i&at,
ter for his heart, and perhaps for hIs neck.- at Nahant last summer. Excuse me." been BO we ; The woman that I made A. Mann; which you cannot help, and the other that

WILLIAM S. DJLWORTH, That the gifted bard of Hibernia's Green Isle they take dp more room in our memory than She lied alive and, now lies dead, which you can help. I -

: Attorney and Counsellor at Law died of a softening of the brain-after he had Paddy," said a joker, why don't yon all the years that succeed them. To prove the troti of what she SaIL"Gzr '-r v t
(etr When read
that ahotrld we we fancy could
drank of love and wine to their very lees-is get your ears cropped they are too long fora II this be so, how important they ::: On a sun-dial in Italy is inscribed we t
'. MOJTTICELLO, FLORIDA. fact. man." be past ii.* planting good principlis, cultivating be martyrs ; we come to .act: we find I

: practice in the Court of tbe Middle Cir- a melancholy good habits, and fleeing all those pleasures the following : we Cannot bear a provoking word. .
WILL And replied Pat ought to be .
and ThC m... and Lownde County, Ga That the dream of love vanishes 'neath yours which bitterness and sorrow for "I mark only the fconrs that shine." rOT
to short for lay up (: The New York .i1ut
are ass
than lengenthed-they an- Express.slate& .
_jtarch 22. 1856. 121J'LONG the gleam, is more true poet '
the time to come Take good care of the first ciAn::: exchange says : there are in that city and suburb uo l sw'

& G1LBRAITH, ical. All lovers do but dream during awaketo Uncertain (:):::7- Teacher: Boy at the foot spell twenty years of your life, and you may hope There is for those _ho can but find' this than eleven thousand grogtbopW I

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. moonlight of cowtship. They admittance."-Boy : Ad-mit-tance, admit. that the last twenty will take good care of world a wilderness-who are always out of '" ". it...! .

.LONG &J.B.GALBRAJTH hue..oer a true, sober sense of their situations onlyin tance."-Teacher: Give the definition"- you. luck and in hot water-who prate about There has just been fitted out .tAtcbiton/

dthem }yea in the practice of L w. They the broad glare,of matrimony. And then, "Twenty-five cents-niggers and children endeavor !bubbles. and. glitter. -who are always. recalling Missouri, one of the largest tho a, car. *. J '

wiU&ttcDd the Coarta ia the Middle Circuit tie 8 ugremt if they find the first flame extinguished, and half price !" He who prays as he*ought, will their losses trials and afflictions volume vans or "trains" by which the, commerce b*. L
0.DrU and the District Courts of tM United beyond the power of rekindlingit is no won .. to live w he prays. H. that can live in sin tweon the States and* the:' Great all ,tk
of wisdom in this line. There
ctate. atTft.n" and'abide in the ordinary duties of single
.ee mad and do something desper prayer
der carried. TbVfcaia
they is
go Irishman valloy .
\ Quaker coruitts
tte dl\1g- "JO
QAn .bI'
Offi a life which however
**opposite the Court HOBM. board off" the as be, ought' A truly gracious was never a on sunlight,
pig never
tear a
pen. prays
October 28. 1854. IT ate-perchance, should be meeting, heard a young man make the fol. frame is utterly inconsistant; with broken, has not rested ; and he who would wagons pxen, and9O m Q. .,It ur.laden
But, my friends, there no necessity praying with 140 ions assorted
: RICHARD BRADFORD for love dying oat while being connubislized. lowing announcement: the lov of reserve for any sin. be happy, should! never darken his presentby the Salt )mercbsiK&sb. xkptod
recalling\ only the shadows of the past. to Lab trad,. ..aoa. idea of,the
If yon don't dream too much in its Brethren'and sisters, I am going to mar. : immense vale of '
th.gcfr .e4med by, j
ATTORNEY AT LAW, early stages-but have your eyes, your ears, ry a daughter of tbe Lord." To MAKE LAOKR BKJUL-Take a barrel (&: The gentlest task master we ever I i train bad-'phen I
o1lii11 :
may ws.-tjte.
old : _
in of
with rain water one pair ::
fill put .
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. and your better judgment open, to assist you The divil ye ve," said Pat; faith an be knew is a blacksmith, who says everya? that the fr8JlhtJlotO. tittm froW _

(Office b the Port Ofiee Building.) in making a choice selection for life-111 Jabera, an' it U be a long time afore jell see boots, a bead of last yea a cabbage, two ning to bit apprentices, Com" boys, .let's Salt Lake will, u.o. .
and lit .
short sizes, a prig of wormwood, a ,,,.:.
Kay n, '57. 21 stake my Bibleagainst a last,years almanac yer father in law. ? leave.. off work and go to sawing wood !1' trains are al*> fitting out,a*.' W Le .

-.. that you don't find it fizzling out, just at the' tle. yeast. &Let it work, (O: 7 A coffin maker having apartments to enworth, Kansas City Q ;'
WILLIAM SCOTT (j7 Insults a modern philosopher,
time when conjugal joys ehonld begin to says his bills .
thicker than hornets and yellow-jack are like counterfeit money ; we can't hinder And 4)11 clear, I let, posted announcing" aamenp ton To keep : '" i B. ;. 1M
LAW cluster : in the widow for
the coffids '
MOSTICELLO, PtA eta at the bunghole of a barrel: of new cider. them being offered, 'but wc are nst compelledto Youll have excellent } n" Lodging** : <4 5hju'
Lager liter; !, ; never know it I to fail: .
tpke thrOl ..
mi7 80,1865. SO, tljai Love can be *o roana: "&l in H? ai-uJe" K age .

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Returned Fllll- busters. [For tie Hindis* t /* rn I 0jjTj 1 1 : ASHY, ..... Y'Ti
cjournaI.r T1 returned Filibusters, deserters from Gen TUB CHtStt ly from U CvctoD.t.. e wlthoet any Capt J.F. who I I

) WalUr's amy,5p the Journal of Cvmrntrn, of We are rapidly approaching a crisis in political after r i D hyt _aapese t rte recently P.'loG'Cp-1n I..f.To
___ ___ __ three
- "-" ram J the 20th ir.->t, landed yesterday from Tennessee, affairs which will try the not only of the e te wing of the National the East ride of Peas Creek,the N. W.-aide of Lake AI1!reports Land.
TALL JL88EE ISVTCRDAY I Intgty. democracy Congress :conctir. with the ; to .Ft Meade after four mile of teabr. fbI had weD
and passed through! several streets, presenting a democratic party, but of t0n itself I &oulc 'Ip&e rre submerged lld.p 1
.. the inst and that
would Walker country working
what well
forlorn and They seemed the behold .President: ia! GO. Cpt J rU'th 10 1 1
fearful we
abject And as
mol appearance. yet, many ptoQ'the soch it Impracticable
AXJCI7ST 29, 1857.rT i pt and his Southern t To carry out t a t rDer e of negotiations b tw .
.. to have reached the lowest point of de&Uution and of oar Southern journals, se of them occupying the scout ro.alpnlo n
t-a--- -a-- -- & t put Spain
-- number without of leader the tkftai, he must join hadWtSWaOmly. Mae 1b ettoD
few of fetPOEtd physical depression.A large were the petition madly rushing t lls
For sale ml tbh ONCe a Copies o Informed has The Ministers PlenipoUatiary
accepted -
I>*HJ, anr'ueJ' and adjedgsd in te!. Supreme Court of thliS' shoes; the garments of other were either dilapidated" Iripice. seemingly uncn8ion. of Its yawning 'Gdd"d t.bl the .Richmond En, Capt an S..L. Sprmn another we are, Company M. Ya. France, and Sardinia were o Rua to PrnnU
eonntUney prewiring
of ,
t<", Term held 1851. .. or !n. a repne condition of filth, beards jaws. These reflections have been induced by the to succeed or present S. has Coastantlnople. -
"Richmon'd Examiner the "Green CompDCpt.
the ,
": "* were unshorn, ghastly wounds not yet healed; on rash advocacy of Gow.Valkcr's Kansas policy quirr, finished his third which
Tallahassee Female Patriot," and others of his advocates and time he has established himself the affections of Nothing later had beta received from
Seminary. many the stamp *<;. was indelibly fixed; adopted by some who still claim to be recognizedas vie sup ld.
pie follow in his train Whatever and himself efficient officer. The American schooner Jnpiter
of this the an
The advertisement Institution may
popular all such I proven b
There democrats. To desire b
some were barejy) were boys Stat Rights prmus
in the column.Jefferson t.lk Gov. Walker the happeningof We he will have bnt little trouble in r. and condemned as a shiver off the ture
eoait of
p.ppcnrs to-day z appropriate..- already having the aspect of mature men, as the to address, in the spirit of brotherly kindness, a such te a (and upn is no calculation antfeirte command. AM

Ard my. result of fatigue, privation and disease The condition few plain, practical remarks. 'ntngcncy. "
to be a politician who has ascended high returned from his recent Telegraphic COlr.W .
ffJifOt Capt McNeill has
of all excited commiseration.All by a act, commonly lut
As will be reference to : profound legi.ath.e
seen by Conges enoufeKapon the politick ladder t catch even a He made no discovery of Indians or fresh Aug. j.
and :
seemed to entertain feelings exceedingly- Act, saac- .
will be resumed on :Monday the 28th proximo. tile to General Walker, though some expressed 0 tone th e well re' democratic principle and file of his Southern supporters the injustice to Captains Sprkman's and Carter's. Independent Southern Telegraphic line for pe
willingness to'return if placed under the leadership that the people of Tertr alone had the rightto Companies be mustered out of the the arrival of the te annoaBeement of

C3f Tour attention is invited tothe advertise- another general. Thebravery of General Walker determine the character of their local Institutions believe that they can ever b pressed into such an United States service on Monday, the 17th inst, at Telegraph-laying fleet at Nsw
infamous association. In view then of the this Foundiand.
-ner.t of the Medical University of Louisiana. was conceded, bu he was pronounced tyranical when about to form their Constitution preparatory happening place. .
.' ... of these several would it not be -
Gubernatorial Election in Miftsourl. and selfish, and without any proper regard for the to their application for admission as a continencie4 For the comfor and protection of the Indianscaptured Hon. W. L Yaacr, .< Alafcaaa*.
and reflect before thesegentlemen
the of wisdom to
Stewart the Democratic ,candidate for Governorin welfare of his men. One of them remarked that he Stat into the Confederacy. This doctrine was affirmed part pause Forda-241 Dumberthey were lan Tim, gentleman was one ef the first condemn
had taken the Cincinnati Convention which nominated shall find themselves poised and tottering dt at 7th inst, where the nec Walker in Alabama. He drew t
fs elected small majority. repeatedly seen good, men by E
Missouri by a aLle-boit. up
? I have been relutor
the brink of the again,
.. .. from the ranks and immediately shot, because suspected Mr. Buchanan for the Presidency,re-affy-med on precipice repeat ear arngement rde. lar t those passed by the
the crisis is at hand. The lapse of a few weeks on- WareD S. Lothrop, one Sergeant, two Cor Convention
Hon. M. S. Perry.This intending to desert, when" investigation by him in his inaugural, and again reiterated in rals, and twelve prVte have been of Georgia, which were aopte by a large meetlo,
will settle the whether the of
genetleman passed through Savannah a few would have shown that no such intention existed. his instructions to Mr. Walker, when about to assume ly question principle a gu rd, and are on the Key. in Montgomery. We the
sttone fd
the .Kansas-Nebraska Bill to be carried out in following report of aspeech
days since, on his return home from the Knoxville: He was also accused violating his agreements.One .- the functions of Governor of Kansas. In i recently made by him in the A Acrtuer
faith whether the South again be MOUNTED KXODIE5T FtoaiDA VOLUJiTUBS.
Convention. man said-"When we left New Orleans, '( these instructions the President expressly recognizes good or i t Gazette: d
.. called to compromise Kansas as she didCalifornia. This Regiment is now full, and, as soon the
r upon a
each two hundred and of of the acts of the then Territorial ave "In
the Kansas
were promised fifty a authority to he said
American Quarterly Review of Free Masonry re The settlement of this is country bme dry enough to admit of effective rr that he blcd
bind, a plough and other implements of Legislature, one of which was for the call of a Convention question preg- scouting, expect the Indians feel the Walker any official interference at all
Dt'CCr nant with the fate of the democratic and of t weIgh he violated bU
Is the name of n highly interesting Masonic Pe.nodical I husbandry; a supply of seeds,clothing for one year, to frame a State Constitution.. The authority party of their mel The following i a list of of- tai which the principles of the Ka'i .
the itself. I have unabated confidence forbade Executive
; recently started in the city of Charleston, tc., yet we were not two weeks in the country be. of this act having thus received the high sanction Confederacy cers: gressional intervention. Walker well .CD

under the editorial direction of Albert G. Mackey, fore some were shot like dogs." These men claimedto of the President, lie appointed Mr. Walker as in the honesty, integrity and firmness of the President ( S. St Geo. Rer Clonel out, is not against the of the, ho"evr proslaveour ,I it tr
and the Northern of shall Field A. T. 'le
M. D.,one of the most intelligent and scientific Ma-\ have been in repented engagements with "Walker an agent of the General Government to protect the if wing our party {( J. L. Dozier, Major.Lt ColoeL friendthere. alter the chaW.

eons in Am rica. I and to have never deserted until compelled to do people of the Territory in the process of its execu prove recreant to their oft-repeated pledges, a fear of hs conduct Imewhat a fr.Wslkw
ful will be laid at the door of the ad. William S. Harris, Adjutant gone principle of
We are indebted to him for the first number which so, to procure the means "subsistence. only a few tion, against illegal interference from any quarter. responsibility I Quarter Master he had assurances from Kansas act
Washington that
it replete with instructive and attractive matter, days before the capitulation. Of the desperate nature How has he executed this sacred trust 1 Scarcely vocates and supporters of Gov. Walker's Kansas Staff{W. J. C. Rogers, istration would disapprove. The Union the which admfc:

such as will give it a high position with all good of tho. conflict in which they had been en- has he entered th Territory until he issues a proclamation policy.If W. I Pope j-Surgeons. veere t every point of the compass lately npon ha

JIasons.Twins. gaged, their numerous wounds afforded abundant which but too strongly smacks of dictatorial I have used strong language in this communication 5 ts question, was now, he believed, beginning

But does he here ? A week ,it is because I feel deeply upon the subject Captain N. P. Williard-Madison County. express sentiments of the Cabinet Even
f 3 per annnm, payable on re.eipt of first testimony. power. stop slor N. A. McLeod-Marion ., Walker and Buchanan should the I
.... The fate of and of betray Souti
= him the Governor of Kansas our common country, especially
and behold
number. Address Ro'LertIcCo\ )', 29 Bcekman elapses, we Wm Stephens-.. Kansas, he should not be join the onrvC
more New -
.errlor, before the rebels of the our beloved South, is suspended upon the decision it In this District t
Street, New York City. 1 suppliant Topeka L. A. Hardee-Duval I stion a a remedy. What r p
.. .. I is confidently stated by Washington letter Convention, suing/or peace, at the price of man- of this question. I entertain no harsh or unkindly Wm. H. Cone-Columbia party that opposed and denounced the repeal of the

Florida Tobacco. writ'r that the instructions of the President to Mr.Enroth hood and the sacrifice of the cherished principle of feelings towards any portion of my fellow-citizens, IL Harngnc Missouri Restriction!discouraged Southern cmi.Pa .

J Wilson Lake Jackson, in I our Minister in !edel", contemplate the and with others of the I State A ton t Kansas, and supported for Presi""ny
Dr. J. T. residing on : the Kansas-Nebraska Act !! Here, too, as if to though many Rights" !- o characterized that Fore -
Whitehead-Alaehua I
this County, is now cultivating on his plantation n accession af new territory to the United States, or add insult to injury, in the presence of the very rebels school accustomed to the reproach of disloyalty to John Parkhill-Leon bad fait. Pandora's box,and Impugned r as an the act of

rop of Tobacco of almost superfluous growth.- at l least such : po;ible result of the negotiation.It .- whose power he had been sent to crush, he the Union, my only desire i is, by a timely warning, I John Brady -St. JohnsCapt tv. Northern patriots who helped the m

There ia "carccly to be found a stalk measuring 1 less wi not be insisted upon, but it wi be propo undertrkes to prescribe to the legally conttitvtc'l to arouse my fellow-citizens to the importance of Brady's Company -was mustered into the U. repeal the odious restriction! But Walker wit

than 8 feet in heighth. from the surface root to'the i sed. A part of Sonora, the whole of Lower California authority of the people the terms upon which they looking 1(1 to the consequences which must result S. service, at Ocala, on Sturday. the 8th inst, by States now flashing the in defence sword of at the head of the Unt
troops Southern
bifurcation of the flower stem. The leaves are of and the permanent right of way ocro! the might hope for admission into the confederacy of from the position which they may assume, in- Lt. Lee, Mustering ofcer. down the traitorous Freesoilers. If he Rights did t,
Col Rogers and were mustered, at the same duty
extraordinary expansion: marking very generally I: Tehuantepec isthmus, if not sovereignty over it, States and seeks to enforce these terms by threat, dividually or collectively, upon this absorbing ques place, and by the same Stf, on Monday, the instCnpt in thus enforcing the laws and proved true to the

38 by 17 inches. may possibly be offered by. President Corntnonfoit which no man of spirit would brook Well might tion. Be not deceived by the discussion of side- Parkhill's Company arrived at thi lOt place, Kansas act henceforward, he for one, would U

Where can it be beat? I in view of a round sum of money. Another cx- his Excellency have heralded as he did his advent issues, or deluded by the presentation of abstract on Tueldaylst. sal ready and to forgive him for the blunder i bis Inaoro-
.. ... pansion of contemplated in the direction in mind that Rogers and Staff arrived at this place on seh"
trrritori Keep we, as
into the Territory: by the oft-repeated and exultant propositons. steadily last .- _-
Florida Interest.
The Thursday
of Panama. The Island of Tobago, in the bay citizens of Florida .have do with tho From the St. Louis
The Washington City Star announces that the announcement that he anticipated no difficulty in nothing i The following disposition is to be made of this Da.A ty. 15.

Treasurer! of the State of Florida, Mr. Austin, recently of Panama; is to be acquired by negotiation with ghng to that distracted land Tis always question whether it would be or less appropriate Regiment: K.NI. .u-We bn dates from. Kansas
Xew Granada. I is that the transfer of pace that the Constitution be framed the The of the and five Companies The up
passed through that, city with funds! to pay suppo"eo easy to conquer a peace, yielding an abject submission t by Hed-Quarr Regent t Tuesday morng. deputy marshal of Dg
that island to the United S will no doubt be vincinity Denaud, and
'tC Kansas Convention be submitted the for his
the interest soon to lie due orf the seven per centinternal to the behest of our enemy But who buta to people five Companies at, or in the vincinity Fort Myers. 1. county was on way t Lawrence,

improvement bonds of that State. As accepted by our Government as sufficient indemnity politician: can afford to pay the price ratification before being presented to Congress.But .- or wards of fifty warrants in his pkt for the up

some of these l.onJrc.Jl13rh the Star, are held for the outrage of which. we complain.s -. At the development of this shameless treacheryBlack the question in which we are most vitally concerned In accordance with the above Captains Hardee's of the mot prominent of the ltt me. there.

is shall the constituted authorities of and Companies left this place, on the U. No resistance
be with the Republicanism shouts with joy ;-the Herald legally MeLod's was contemplated. It Is evident
in this city, our capitalistswill pleased Price of S. Gray Clond, the 14th ,
Neloesn the Tribune, the Courier & Enquirer, et id Kansas, organized under the operation of the Kan stemer Friday evening however, that a new era about to
promptness of this Southern S '1to. )' the Richmond South-Millions of money inst The other Companies will start in a few 1 b inaugura
.. : : sas-Nebraska-, and- recognized and sanctioned ted. it will
omiic proclaim the nationality and Possibly distinguished as one
have been Jb in RichmonJ during the past gentU co e- days b preeminently
lion. Samuel A. Smith. by the Chief Executive of the Confederacy be sus disastrous the
tim of the Governor. and
newly appointed Thinkingmen the Union
1: month for negroe-a, who\ have, during that time, t Tertr
friends of this Democrat of : in the decision that Our Country Greatnesi.
The distinguished they themselves -
of the South stand aghast! Two State Con tined may ,
commanded exorbitant than be
Tennessee, will be gratified to learn that lie has more prices ever make upon that question, uncontrolled by interference The greatest caaac in the world is the Falls of The Washington correspondent of the
vention", (Mississippi and Georgia,) denounce the
fore. are sold for cash, which i is where waters, from the Carlen
been re-elected to Congress by a largely increased! \1 negroes of Northern drafts -which supplied treason, and one of them demands the head of the from any quarter, whether from the Governor, Niagr. lakes, forming a accuulte ofa Mercury, under date of July 30th, says:
means are
by tee-urr
mljority-Inrg'r than Mr. Buchanan received in fright the President or the Upon the solution mile in width,are suddenly "I learn at the General Land Office to-day, that
traitor! The press begins to utter forth the indig- CngeS. contted plungedover
of the brokers. of these
his district. This gentleman: has invariably manifested disposed to Enough, sight of that isolated question suspended the destinyof the rocks in two to depth of one ter has been reeive from the Surveyor General
nntoice an outraged constituency:-whenloj!
checks sold the Richmond market condensed
to a and
are supply hundred and
Reord of
for the sixty Ford
in decided predilection and behooves fet
Congress be hit
our country patriot
with Northern exchange. As before remarked, at the "Washington Union" insinnates (rfnly iiuin- i every t Tin greatest cave Il is the Mammoth lnd Claims in the State of ,

advancement of the landed and other interests of no pcrie before did this species of property command I tate) that the Governor may be able to fall back prepared for the issue.. CATO. Cave in Kentucky where can 'inake a voyageon ing the connecting lines ef each claim with te sow.pub
Florida. The news of his triumphant re-election) lie in the
: the waves of a subterranean river and catch fish lureys" compiled years
for his instructions, and the tune of 18.56at
J gives pleasure here. so exorbitant a figure. Many sell because of I support upon Senator Drown on the Kansas Question. without eyes. Surveyor General's Office, i St Augustine, .-
the obtained. In this it I the little organ changed from portentloua growl Senator Brown in l Utter dated It is j at Land *'
very high prices proof a Holly Spring The areatttt river in. the vend is the Mississippi, justly pronounce Office a beaa-

Thetlantle Telegraph.The may be stated that if the market declines, say *50 of indignation, t the dulcet strains of fulsome ad Jnly 22, 1857, which we find in the 8.n- four thousand one hundred miles in length. Its tiful cort'CteM and skillful pnm.JIMp"

recent tidings from England afford us grounds to *1H")) per head, the receipt of ngoe i? visibly- ulation. To furnish wind for this new tune, the tinel, corrects the report of his speech at Yazoo, a name"the Father is derived of from an Indian word, meaning lately We l learned spent some days in Surveyor our County on

to hope, says a Charleston(cotemporary, that within af.ceJ I 5 i. said by those who assume to know, I c] -c-1ric tctgrrh i is put into requisition-letter-. synopsis of which appeared in the Delta. The pub- T largest .1ater" trorld is the valley of the connected with some of the surveys ofca

forty days from thii time the newspapers of Charleston that the increase of si ivcs greatly more than eruun- writer ther pens afr !hK8n8's correspondents lished version was that he (Governor Brown) did Mississippi It contains five hundred thouaid Suwannee Hirer, that the condensed history and

will ry morning recoid the chief items of in- terL:13neCi the number sent from the State. become !numerous as blackberries'-the nrt believe that Mr. Buchanan wonld suffer Walkert square miles, and is one of the mOlt prolific regions record abote alluded t*, when finished will nuke

The statement of the rates and old story of tiwncbody's negroes having their ictain his Governor of the on the glove. eight volumes of about 600 pages of double foolscap -
; terest transpiring at London, Liverpool, and elsc- following ruling ( (01 place n Territory; The largest lake in the world Lake cloaely ruled ; that six of the volumes are already

here, a few hours bfore. The wire is now,doubtless \\hich, it is confidently asserted, are likely to prevail toes frost-bitten i is revived and a new edition, withelaborate I .t if he did, the South should rise up and de- four hundred and thirty miles long.i SaprioJ nearly completed and tht the construction

being paid out; and i may be, messages! are for some time to come,) is subjoined for the information I I notes appended is issued by a leading i(once him as false, to the great principles of the T greatest natural in the world is that and coloring plato gams and per

being received from the ships engaged in the work I of the readers of the The South : I piper in South Carolina" Old Democrats" from Kansas bill, and a traitor t her belt interests. He Car Creek, in Virginia. It extends across a maiuhip was performed by Mrs. widiw
of the late Gov. Reid Mr. Wm. Harris, CoL Pu .
The mind is dismayed at a fact wonderful; and.j No. 1 men sell readily for ?1800 to 1400; something Georgia furnish Washington Uuk-n and Richmond for one, would do.so, and s would every true South chai feet in widt. and two hundred and ry,and Mr.Archie S
fifty feet at which creek
deep a
vet, within another north, we shall reco;iiz'it as 1 extra a shade higher. No. 1 girls from Enquirer and Examiner with copy, to show esncr.Governor Brown says: th. o LY1g&DJul.

among the familiar events of lie. Glory to Godn ; ?1100 t$12<(( (fi.-ld hand*.) Likely girls (seamstresses that the democrats of the Empire State of the I What I meant to be understood &saying wassubstantially fows greatest solid mats iron in tl world the Cotton ..e Regro s.

the high-t; peace, good will to roD," is to be i ) command $10 to $l5OO. Boys, from South, tcJicn in Convention, were a parcel of ninnies this: that Governor Walker had, as iron mountain of Missouri.o It is hundre and The following tables are made up (ross the statistics

the frt message from England, after which the I 12 to 15 years of:ge, $lOOO to 1200. Girls, from and went off half-cocked n a Federal ofcer. interfered and the between people the of that Territorial Territory fy feet high, and railroad two miles in the in Ild crcuit the Central of the last census-1850 -.and the facts may

Qnecu will salute the President, and the President 12 to 15 C1rs oil, $750 to $1000.<> Good blacksmith Now I have no doubt that all this support of thus violating the principle of nonintervention 10gel Iinoil which is seven i hundred and not be familiar all our readers. The Southern

will reply. The cost of messages is said. to be fixed I *, fine size, ranging from 22 to 30 years old, Walker has iu origin in a very laudable desire ; and that he had, further, undertaken to compel t1ir-on mies -and cost fifteen millions of States rank in slave population in the following

at G2$ cent per word, or $6.2G for ten words. Of I sold at $1600 to $2OOO. Carpenters! command the (with democrats at least,) to see that the Administration the convention, by threats, to submit the constitution dollr order:
when formed, to the settlers' in Kansas number miles
o&rs ncsrspspers will act mostly)on the associated I same rates. Bricklayers bring from $1500 t receive no injury. Bnt apart from the fact thus, as I conceived, departing from both the letter; geuel surface of of any of railroad in the, in world proportion 1. Virginia. .. .. . . .. .472,518

principle., ; $1800. All others in proportion. These prices arc that the President i yet t be heard from on this and spirit of his instructions from President Bu- in Massachusetts, which countr over one mile 2 SonthCarolina..384,94

.. 1 hs t Georgia .... .... ...
for negroes free of defects and sound and healthy.. subject, and will no -doubt be found to utter the chanan. square mile of its area. .
ever 4. Alabama. .... .... .... _...
The New Orleans Crescent. I I said I did not believe the President would number manufactured in the
At the present time, however, it is safe to say thatnc'groel true doctrine in his Message to Congress, have these greatest of cloh
sustain Gov. Walker in his But I did not world turned out the small State of Connecticut 6. Milispi. ...........809.878
We have heard related in our earlier days :ttr good or bad, command all they arc worth. advocates of Walker, and consequently the defenders men to be understood as taking cour.the ground that I 1 by 6. Nor Crlna... .......188,548

of a lady who, having secured the good graces of .. ....... ... ...
and adopters of the sentiments of his speech t would denounce the President unless he removedthe The largest nvmber of whale ships ib the worldare Luin. ... 2-4,80

an enchanter by some mysterious means, was prom- Edward Standly, the Traitor. the Topeka multitude, reflected upon the position Governor. For very good reasons the President sent out by Nantucket and.New 8. Tennee............. ..... ,

tod.by the latter any three gft that she might decire The Hon. Edward Staudly formerly of North in which they will find themselves should the Kansas may, 8 I conceive disapprove of much thrtt the 1 greatest grain port in the world Bedford Chicago. 10.9., Maryland Kentucky::: ..:::.::..::.:210,981
Governor has said and done and not remove is the .
for her hopeful son. Te lady impatient for Carolina and for many years a member of Congress Convention reject his dictation and choose t him. I did say and now repeat, that yet I disapproveof Te geaet New aqueduct York.in th tl forty and Croton a half 11. Missouri. ................. ,.318

the necromantic endowment of the aforesaid hopeful 1 from that State. is the Black Republican candidate present their application fo admission with a Constitution Gov. Walker's course; and if it shall be found miles long and cost twelve and a half millions of 12 Arkansas.. ..'........ ...'. 48,100

youth exclaimed with loud and eager voice, in for Governor of California In his speech acceptingthe which had not been submitted t the people that the President sustains it, I shall sti oppose it dollars. Texas.. .... .. .: .. ?......... 38.H1
14. Florida .... .. .. .... .. .
But if I 30,310
the three following words: Impudence, impudence nomination, he assumed the most extreme anti- for ratification, or which had been submitted expressed myself strongly you reportme -
.. .... .
(I think I did not,) I went too far. I 15. Delaware ......
impudence. With a profound obeisance, eulogizing Wm. IL Seward, and only to the registered voters and by them ratified? certainly A NEW ALBE.-Te Mormons are a 2,29
.lanr gund shall oppose any man any party that takes the proge In the production of Cotton, the States rank as
and with the manifestation of unaffected admiration attacked int tution of the South. He predicted Are these gtntme prepared, in such a contingency positions of Gov. Walker a s far as I Utderstndthem. & people. They not only want more wivs t follows:

the magician promptly excJ.aimed-"Pern3it I that his party would oppose the institution of to enforce the threat of the Governor, to joinin But I am not' prepared t say tht is wholesome, but more letters t their alphabet- Alabama . . .. ... 564.429

me to congratulate madame up n her wisdom and slavery until it was extirpated from the Country. opposing the admission of Kansrs? I they are President of th should'Kansas be bill denounced, and. traitor as false t her principles beet Letters written with this alphabet are as incomprehensible Georgia. .. .. .. .... .. ...499,091 ble

for I her honor that t as the movements of woman, or the hieroglyphics .. .. .. "
forethought 8ure. npon my I. The following is Mr. Sta.nly8 letter of acceptance not, had they not better suspend for a moment. interests, he differs with me. I will him Milisippi. 484,292
of all gifts in the world she .could not have chosen : their denunciation of the I extremists' and beginto as I have i oppose other Presidents, with oppose firmness, of the Chinese and Egyptians. The Mormon Suth CrUna. ... .. .. ..300,901 .

.. .. .. . "
three better adapted to secure the future prosperity SAN FRANcisco, July 9tb, 1857.. count up their reckoning, that by a timely ad- aid, I hope, with dignity. alphabet consists of about forty letters which .. .. .... 194,503 "
of her son than those which ehe has just mentioned." Sn after I learned the Lord's Prayer and the justment of their sails, they may be better able to GOT. Walker's-Official. .correspondence.WASHINGTON have been so arranged and named a t cause the Norh Luis.Crln.... .. ..18,78'73,845 o

That fortunately en lo'e youth might be recognized Cmmandment I was taught that every man off from the breakers, when the white caps greatest possible annoyance t outsiders. The Saints Arkanl ... .. .. 65.348 "

in the of the editor of the New Orleans had to country, in peace as caw shall indicate their perilous proximity t The month August 20.-Gov. Walker's official not only wish to convert Utah into an oyster butt Texas .. .. .. .. ... ',I9 I

person well as in war. California is a part of our country. correspondence with the government contains his close the shell against all knives those Florida. ........ .... .. .
of the
Crescent. In our issue 1st in6. we embodied Among the first to advocate her claims to admission September i is just at hand, when the Conventionwill except .

in an editorial article the current Kansas news in the Union, I shall be the last to say that she meet for the forat.io of the State Constitution defence against the charges brought against him found in the vicinity of the Great Salt Lake. The -

of the we k, which closed with the ''ollowing para has no claims on me. and in a few weeks most the action of that from patrons of the South. He says that he never Moos wish t isolate the "generation of vipers" Cotton.

graph : If you cannot pre"ai n I hope"you may on abetter will disclosed. The a crisis-the all-absorb proposed t make suggestions to the Convention, which are to succeed them. For this reason they The following table, kept by a planter in Chambers

man to be your standard-bearer, and can body b as to what they should or should not do, and that Alabama,of the time of the first blobm-
"Tbe Conslitutiein of Kansas, it is tlated, will be trust North Carolinian the faith of his ing crisis, big with the fate of parties and of the wish t get up a new alphabet,a new spelling book, Cunty.
a upon past of and the number of bales
while his Southern him ing cotton,
with in- producedeach
and the question of slavery will defamer and a new This idea is ingenious, but it i
unexceptionable life and expressed opinions, my name i at your Confederacy itself, will then bare come, and men lngage.
be submitted as a separate .proposition, so that the service.I be to themselves tending t admit abolition vagrant voters, the Republican will not a few years Utah will be I year for the last fourteen years, illustrates the

c-lector can vote for the constitution and against know the honest men and patriots who make must prepared range politically! or Free State party of Kansas and the surrounded succee by other that all 8 folly of conjecturing the amount of the crop by any
sbyer)'. About three to one will vote against sla do their harm. with reference exclusively to this one question of people attempts t the lateness earliness
this nomiatou wi country no country charged him with a desire of bringing reference t or of the season.
The whole vote of the Territory is eetimate Ac. JED. STANLY.NICARAGC admission. ; is a species of fatuity to that keep their people from writing English will result
I suppose
"e. thousands of Missourians into the settle The smallest during fourteen in
Of 6000 Territory to in To lan crop yean was
: 22,0. the are pro-slavery Dmo this question can be blinked or covered up in the s many stupendous fe get a new .
; crat 7,000 arc Free State Democrats,and 8,000 Re- A TBASSIT ROUTE.-It is now reported of old organizations. It is the contet in this country, & as t bore a 1846, when the blooming was the earliest, and the
9f25l .votes are registered, of these paraphernalia party gage largest was in 1855, when th+blooming
publCn& that Messrs. Charles Morgan Co. are the Rocky Mountains with a crop '8
& t certainly than hle lethe
the political organization
It estimated that now extant -
stronger any
vot- delebt i how A Decision of the General Land Office.WASHINGTON only three days earlier than this year j and the next
but is impossible ,
vote on reach In open the transit route again, soon i it the political potentate that will give law auger.-Exchange ]
Kansas te of slavery is 25,0.al set lern. They have two steamers on the i of this for all time August 20.-A decision of the General p largest in 1852, when it occurred the same day as
question t to the parties country come. .
tled. The now is, .111 Kansas be a Democratic Pacific side the Orizaba and Sierra Nevada, and t Land Office has been made that a colored man While the Journal of Commerce i willing t hear this _
the before
But contingency alluded year.Blooms.
recur desirable method by which blacks bebettere
t t any can
or Republican not to enter a claim of the .
.tte. the Tennessee on this side, besides several steamers to, viz: that the Constitution be framed shall i enttle pre-emption ttye, truly: "After all that said about B18.
This information from the Kansas running between New Orleans and points in the t public lands, whose ancestors were brought into of the i that 1844-June 9....ylid... ....2,394,501
submitted for ratification slaver. Cc
have been shall
not or
correspondent of a Washington paper, and a vill \rhich could be on the line. Their the country as slaves. This i the first case based nowhere else on fe e earth are there 1845-June 9. .. .. .. .2,10.13
Gulf put new have been ratiOed only by the voters of 18une 18. .. ...... .
registered 3,609,000 blacks at moral ,' ,
reader used
be observed by the most careless we of the Pacific is her on the decision in the Bred Scott case. s intelgent so s .
steamer QueD now having machinery the of Gov.Walker's 1847-June 11. .. .. .3,347,634
the Territory: wi present supporters well fed and clothed, and, .
the words it stated" clearly enough indicatingthat with all deshutch. e happ June 16 .. . ..
i put in her possible views Be prepared join him his WITHDRAWAL or LA.D i: FLORIDA.-The President I the slave population of the United Stat" 1848 f.* < 2.728,597
the information was.derived from an extraneous t i 1849June 7...u.....".1.C.709
C" threatened coalition wit the Black Republicansfor has ordered the withdrawal of several sections 1850 June 22. .. .. ...
Cretcent with coolness" .
icy extracts ..
eue. Te. Tax MAC TBSTMOXUI.-Th
this paragraph,and commenting upon it says, merchants of New York, which they intended to T To suppose that they will,would be attribute Suwanee river for naval These are yel- county where ,he Kentucky has been, has just returned from Mec. 1853-June 17.. .....,.....3,202.000

'The Tloridian of d Journal State is a prominent that it Democratic far present t Uw late Wm L. Marcy, has j:t been the a degree fatuity that would b aalncompr"henlihe t low-pine lands, and comprse purp btween twenty and He succeeded in purchasing purchasing about mules three and hundred. 186une 15...........,... ..t JB,9S0.0
paper no'.er goes completed. It consists of a magnificent dinner a.n d as would be fatal. They cannot be infetuated twenty-five thousand acres. mules and forty } be drove t Illinois, ............o..0
the data advanced by Gov. Walker justify s on 1 B5.JuD.: ....... .
beyond t of silver and includes article through .. ........3.
tea set that could with Texs Tertr. l.
at they
every tat Ma
his extravagant assumptions and unmitigated t suppose carry a thousand now 1856-June 34............. ,
treachery." The "cool" audacity of this statement goes to furnish a table. Even the dish-covers are them o1*e out of one hundred voters living sonth 6* SWAMP AND OVEKUOWID.,--LAJfW.-The Comms tie prairies recruiting.mUe Te they are 1 fat I I 1857-Jane 17... ... ,....... (
of solid silver and the one of the largestand line. Such sioner of the General Land Office e .
Mh'e and a yes Ipn -
1 Mason position taken I -
apparently marks him as the hopeful signally Dxon' by the' will be driven to New H TCS, Conn,
)'outh,5 made in The wholeset terday to the of Florida a numbered .Alexander Hamilton of
inspired by" the enchanter. I is fallacious, costliest ever tieountry. the Nato l tc party would rend it Intoa 10,'for lands governor enuring to the ptnt. the And then shipped to tho West Indlea whUh Is certainly Stephens Ocor.

we made any s in the paragraph, will cost$',0. This testimonial was prepared thousand fragments: and yet it is for the conservation grant September 28, 1890 in Tallahassee dis a very ronnd-abont way t rch the West gia a card accepting the nomination fr'
tat alp under the of Phelps,James G. King. Indies from the Rio Indiana tendered him by the Democratic party.
AS phraseology It was simply a auspices Royal of this very democratic party that these defenders tct containing 208,84 and 9-10 acre*.-The Grnde-EHMr Cng
it &ow& and John Stevens, on behalf of the New York mer of Walker have assumed the ,, Journal. : cnde the course of Gov. Walker I Kansas,
recital of data communicated by resident of Kansas Gv. fearful .
1 chants. will be presented the family of Mr. courteously yet decidedly, and thinks he ought to
and presented our readers as we would I t responsibility of casting a fire-brand into our hallowed There arc six or seven generations of gnats
any other item of news, the correctness preHnt of Marcy. _._tTEWEKATUXE and time-honored temple, by seeking t os- o Cambridge important question Which can i now smell under a rat die the in I ) and each l3 240 egg b reale ..

which we ,ouIdnot affirm or dispute. The Cret or raz Enm-By experiment made tracise the very hearts-core of the party under theuglyepitet ( the who My There are.abut 9,000 cells in 1 square rot Terrible Hurricane "Wisconsin.
quickest- man know the most, the man .
cent because of Southern of .extremist unpleasantness t a during the last year by Professor Sit at Edin w baa tbe most nose?" pua C04G Aug. tc
reader, would have us t suppress its publication, burgh. with a series of eaith-thermomttm, imbedded nionists" and .. a natural state, and from Wisconsin The flourishing of
a practice of doubtful propriety, and may be resorted in the earth at varying depths, I'was proved knowledge history ought long since. t have ad.. .JnTe: Kansas correspondent of the Si in a 30.0t 40,000 Woodland yeey. visited, and every house
hie severely
toby the Cretcent, but quite inconsistent with that there was a gradually increasing heat of one monUh them that reproachful epithets and nick- Louis; .Democrat esys ,that nearly two hundred in. The bones of birds are hollow, and therein deltye wa The telegraph line were pros

i tht"senas.,"tckl the editorial depart Fshr.nhelt.for.ev ry .toy feet of depth; DJ\bava ao terrors f the brave., dietments have ben found against persons in the with ai instead of marrow. fUt tte. niway'h damage. This visitation

(: ] dee half .water again, suppose that our venerated President,. neighborhood Fi h he'
$ than
met $ 'Jetm don'f at 1w.J. a ml ofTAb t.w are common in the seas of Suriman Cuse. '

( puue,i:yr other .h : d toi t; would'bent boiling% het; ard at less t one hun- more mindful of the conservation o a repoUtion $i.S x men arc6ttin[Franklin by dragoons with four eyes-two of them o horns which growonthotopoftherheads. .C.. .-
of IsngnagVaniJ.maan based a"life-long sdhercstGeoftectprinci- and taksnio the liver
?u $ daptrsp Jred-iidWarpth, all things must be. in a state of oarop.
purposes is.unworthy fhe high'ehanieterofthe fusion. .'. .-- ple.-BJOTO niindral of(b*t{dodges which gathered Rumor says tat Gov. Walker 1 indignant at t1 2,000,000 silk-worms produce o & of I i This daat n s sad oflm fatal disease had bag baffled
the skin or Uw moU eminent payiicUa,when
.'Cretfevt, albeit it is,the organ'of the party In. :. .: -*' t his support the ) unanimous South, Judge ato'. decision, that the payment oftexes silk; but it would require 2.0 spiders all pun of Dr.JCLaMl Pflls solved the sad presented d.f

New Orleana: faitty of the unmitigated trecher tr_ The editor of an..ego.Bays he never than advancing the political prospects of the ex- was a requisite qualification for voters.., t produce' one pound of web 1 the world the Great 8po 1.c J attauMd swa

t the eettO O beating and ). aw but:one and tt was,te ghost of'a sin.ier Secretary,of the Treasury,-should determine sus Ex-G seror Robinson had been notified t ap'pe1r 1ST With a view to collect their web for silk, r celebrity e o. TUssoeeeei .
gOt 4,000
the ( his Twaa the action of the ConititationalQonv.ention of at the spiders were onced obtained, they-soon t rmei the rmJt of many its4y, wakh 1'fpwe
era eeb clas whe essaying t ne acquired -. Trho-died paying o paper, tin Lccompton on 18th tntat for trial, on killed each ,
and thu
be 4
right of voting. horrible tolook! upon.k -. Kansas, even though tit action should result ia the 01 \k th $
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MONEY ? Valuable Plantations :&c., WAETOLLAIEOIT WORKS United States .
,IT.'lm td the left iidrr, the edre ot Ib lb.7'b. .' _- .* -. '. .' ... ; ', n4ANUAL' J
IstX'nt''C TUf b'e to lie ell the left; pain MmeUm nflit'r seoooo. ;;. FORSALE. .,-OW.X'Qzt P'1a -voxNEWORLEANSTOKEY- ., '!' Wll.t

the h.'Iuldtr bl1de&eqaenUy extending to the top otbe MAY BK OBTAINED BY.hrSKINO. 10 DOI .ARS, ..T'BE undersigned Executors of John Whitehead, I WESTINTERMEDIATE omnbc. OEth.f J all f 1.

.".)U 1d.'r- >ftent i 'akeniorrheumHUm in the arm'I; lick.n, Halves ami QuaVlor Tickets late of. Burke-county,deceased offer at private This EiUbli&nent 1 is Now Under Fall Blast.I. AND next. "v N FAOtfLTT. S
;eU of om.ch: ,and J NI: m"mrs alternate with UT; dull, heavy leIlaaUon In the following property cia: A Plantation in Burke .- S...- FRORIDACONVECTKD R.D. ABJttfc \ tt'Dyf Practice Jfdiein, *

1hr Uck part of the head; loss of memory, with unewlneM JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERYBT county, on Boggy Gut eieek near Fryer's Pond, adjoining th
;h.vire neplocUd something;sometimei dry cough;wear- of the Jobu B. Whitehead, M P. Green, and others SINCE charge; all communications, therefore I STEAMER ISABE& W:0 D,Surgery.J. "

'n.'.and debility: nervou.irritability; feet cold or burning AUTHORITY STATE of GEORGIA, containing 1700 acres, more or less,oak and hickory, relative.to work, &Cp should be addressed to him. I .O.HOWARD. M. D, Anaioajr.1 .. .
find prickly wnMtlon of skIn; low i-pirits- UHltnde. with Havana Plan, Single Numbers. of which there are 500 acres of fresh cleared Land, All work coming under the head of this business FOR HATAKA AND CHAKLKSTOH AT MT WEST. JURIAH.HABB1SS llD: P _. S ,

!Ji,1nclm&"n to exercise althongh tatlbfled It 1fonl be b nclt'uA. and 700 of well timbered forest Land. The Plantation will,be prom mechanically; and neatly executed .... t J. B. READ, M.DjsateriaHe .

In fcei.patient flintrnsU ertry remedy." 80,000 TICKETS- 3,286 PRICES is well improved and! in good order-baving a at as moderate hArge as price labor, Ac, will THE SOUTHERN JOE JONES; 1LD;.CbemJatry.. ;,

jnv,yon nyormnortbe8e nymptomi If so, you will Amounting to 215260. large,commodious and new Dwelling on it-the win justify. W&T M: D. DwadMtrttflr.The .,

3nd f't"rtale remedy Dr. M'Ltne'. Pffls, prepared by ter residence of deceased. Two and a half miles only This Establishment is not kept np for the purpose S SteamAhip Company courHL.ctursewWeomGa M 4'.

'Homing Bros of Pittsburgh. Prizes Payable Without Deduction. from Green's Cut Station, on the Augusta and of making money, '(strange to say,) as dear bought O UM 19th Oddbefbl1t. Cle I $taree. Will b.dehyer.d +
ask for DR. M'LANESCCLVBKATED Tb* Zaitttution -
VC Purehtser.will be c.rfal ANDERSON A SON, Manners, Savannah Railroad. experience has demonetnted to me,it cannot be done f OF NEW snBEBa ORLEANS regularly diM C BfW.
VERMIFPGE manufactured by FL WO Successors to J. F. WINTER,Manager. ALSOA in this region at this branch of business-but for the HAVING taken the mail contract fur above ports will maL aU. For

RIU11.of Pittsburgh,Fa Alt other Vermifuges in eoraparl- well improved Plantation on Lake Jackson, in benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to have Engines two first class Sea Steamers regularly farther piCuW'

-An are WQIthIC* Dr. M-Lane genuine VermllURC, also Our Lotteries draw in Macon, Qa.(Small Schemes) Middle Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee, and soch like, to repair. twice a ttonth meeting in the Spanish Bote oa tie J. O. HOWAR.Du.

. hi,celebrated Liver Pills,can now.be had at all rwpectaMeItlAHIUF.D. every Saturday,and in Savannah,Ga.(Large Schemes) containing 1700 acres, more or less, of hammock land I 16th and 29th,and leaving the same evening. July If, 1857.. n ".
The Patttn
,CiDa.014 Uu 1t11natvof .Stock, Machinery, Tool, &e., being !
Xot qilfltli1l about the 15th of
.toreL 1nuoth.CLASS. considerable of which is 8PRA Y"
(1r\11' every portion now under. ,good, THE STEAMER
29 FLEMING DROg. Large; Vr Order: and Good OcmdiMnI I
[ ] cultivation. Jobt can. be Turned Out vith will leave New Port in the morning:, and St. Marks GEEATOmUED'TO'

-- BB, -ALSO- 'Neatness and Dispatch terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee'

DRAWS SEPT. 15Tn 1857 250 acres, mere or less, of Pine Land,adjoining the Pullles taking mail passengers, baggage and freight to and
Tallahassee, on the evening AT Shafting, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for
.r.rrlc"d at Southwood, near Richmond Bath tract, in Richmond county, with im from the Steamer,and returning in season for the af- Oash er :
0fTueslay i the 1Slh lnrt-by the Rev.FATKB ACBBT, Llcn- ARMORY HALL, SAVANNAH, GA. ". Shaftings Spur Gearing, Water and Steam Pipo, Is receiving1 usual
MiM LAURA, provements. Stop Cocks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars Plow tern train x UNDE1GJ new :
THOMAS 1[VINCENT S. A.,to Castings THE
Under the Sworn that this which wfilb and
.umt: Superintendence of -AL8OA Circular The travelling public can now rest lured large
and l
the late Hon.JOSEPH B.LASCASTEB. Sugar Upright Saw Mill and '. -
ti nhtcr of W.R. Symons and J. M. Prentiss, Esqs.CAPITALS I Lot at Richmond Bath with a comfortable and Grist Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws, &. long desirqd and frequently attempted communication complete, which be U.ateJto'.U
-- neat single story Dwelling and convenient out houses, Ac., Ac. Generally kept on Hand, or got up on Short to and from the above ports in hands as punctual customers and f a

-. {oT: \Vr ire authorized to announce C of$60,000, $20,000. $10.000, tIS,. known as the Trowbridge House and Lot. Notice. In Fact, Here it the Place for all that Want to warrant permanency and success. count road for CASH. D. C.WILSON. :

I DRY\N aa candidate forr -ele:lion to the office 000, $4000, $2000, 3 Prizes of$1000, 5 of$500, 100 If not previously disposed of, the Burke Plantationwill Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. Pars hvin slave R rTnt must see to. 1h a,'67. 11_
A. October of $100, 100 of$50, 3000 of$30 and '5. Approximation be sold at Waynesboro',and the Florida Plantation Having som% halt a dozen Engines myself constant te Cltom before going o t
; of Leon Circuit Court, at the election in .
vf Clerk prizes amounting $3,760 at Tallahassee, at public outcry, on the first ly running,caused the Establishment to be erected- board. THE LATEST SPRING ANDSTYLES "MMt

next. Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5, Quarters $2,50. Tuesday in December next. Terms liberal. For the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can i t !** Also look after JOt Baggage yourself. I

-: further information, apply to JOHN R. WHITEHEAD always rely on having work done at the Forfurther particulars, Apply t
f rr We authorized to announce D. Look to your interest and compare this Scheme with personally, at Bath, or by letter, addressed DANIEL LADD, Agent. ,

I W.GWYNN as a candidate for re-election to the any other. to him at Berzelia, Columbia cOURty.THOMAS WAKTTLLA IRON WORKS.But New Port, Fla., July 11, 1857._ 8 To be had at

of Probate of Leon county, at the M. BERRIEN, II '
of Jmlge
office Dank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. JOHN R. WHITEHEAD, ( Ed'rs. Here Comes the Next Important Thing. NEW BOOKS.JUST D. WILBOff'B'.
I election in October next. Checks on New York remitted for prizes. CHARLES W. WEST, } -mL ,

-oJliR.: -. EDITOR-Do- us the favor to announce Address of Tickets orders for tickets or Certificates of Packa- THOMAS W. NEALY, PAY PAY !!! PAY RECEIVED THE UNDERSIGNED h now nr a l J'

ges toANDERSON August 22, 185'1. 84-tds varied stock of SPRING
issue for the office of Sheriff for the & SON You will send to New York and aD UJgR
in JOur next t Managers. Philadelphia Baltimore NEW BOOKS NOVELS GOODS to the inspection of
county of Leon, at the ensuing election in Octobei Macon or Savannah, Ga. MEDICAL NOTICE. and havework done, without for a moment DORE-A Stroller in Europe; Public generally: ,1141 I.Tt. 1
August 29, 185'1. 35 dreaming of credit but here at home, where there are I EL in Mexico; ll
next, no Banks or Banking facilities,or surplus :
R. GORMAN. J. L. PALMER. capital, you Expedition;
Notice.FOUR want 1, 2, 3,4 and 5 years credit, and then requireone I MEMOIR Of Prentiss, kc.; Cbinta,Barege,Grenadine, '
Drs. GORMAN & PALMER to ride from 50 to 500 miles for and proba. I life Sloeeh. the and Organdie Flounced Rob**,,,
pay THE DAYS b by
(O- ME. EDITORDo us the favor to weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon my Solja Colored and Figured Ba/ege7
bly ultimately expend from 10 to 25 cent of
per 'author of Margaret and Zaidee
next issue for reelection for the e of Probate, of Jefferson county, for an order associated themselves together in the ; Silk Tissues d. 1ria,
announce in Jour HAVING amount in collecting I Is this right! Is this encour-
and decree for leave to sell Land Warrants, No. ,of Medicine and Surgery, offer their ISABEL-A novel; Chintx ]a Cp
effice of Tax Assessor and Collector, for the co nty aging-Home-Induatry f If so, can you be surprisedthat i WIFE-A novel;
55.461 or 160 acres granted and issued to Thomas J. professional services to the citizens of Waukeenah it does not fArrangements ARTIST PrlntedLawnsfromlOto'I5cti.' '

of Leon,at the ensuing October clectionj; Mr. L. C. Holton, late of said county deceased, to be sold for and surrounding country. must be made for before i I -A new novel I' and Oingkimr,*.
the of the debts of said deceased, and for 15, 1857. 33 payment by Slmms; DEM ILLY. Respectfully, p nvment August delivery of work, through some House in this place, & HOBBY. Fr.n ,ad A.r': Print,

MANY VOTERS. distribution. WM.H. ANDREWS, St.Marks,or Tallahassee-that is far enough from July 4,'57. McDUGALL Blk Pot d. $
Sheriff and Admt'r. ex officio. SINGER SEWINGII .home. BlIk Gr d. rh.,

3Wr nro authorized and requested to, August 29, 1857. 35 Yon,may be good, but we cannot run after CUr S Black ,
hard jii this FOE SALE. andLinens. ;'
earnings Department. Besides, when Alpaca's B1.1
JONES candidate for Tax
announce LEMUEL as a John Bull's CompoundFLUID Labor is credited out parties try hard to make them. I

Assess r and Collector of Leon county, at,the Election selves believe it is not half done, because they owe OR 1200 1 .

iu October next. EXTRACTOF for it. of CORN and 4. Frotiting and ShItILg Lrnen-

__ ::: SARSAPARILLA, DANItiL LADD. JlJtl zL4b1j1rfisefl1eufs Combining all the medical virtues of Burdock, Yellow New For July 11, 1837. 23 Miccasukie. Refer to Faney .,

I Dock, Dandelion,pure Honduras Sarsaparilla,and Messrs. G.& J. MEGINNISS. Fancy Linem,for Geots and Youths wear.

+ Wild Cherry Bark,is the most potent BLOOD PURIFI STATE OF FLORIDA. July 4, '67. 27 Spring and Summef .
= i IR in the known world. For the cure of Scrofula,

TALLAHASSEE Rheumatism, Gout,Dropy, and all Chronic Diseases, JUDICIAL ELECTION. Sea Island Cotton
has Gi.A
no equal.A
FemaleS.eiiiinary. FEW of BALL'S IMPRO lNTitt1 J J
Medicine to be handed down to posterity at a blessing '
the subscribers deliverable at Tallahasse New 1
next session of this INSTITUTION will com- to the Human rami!". VING been appointed Special Agent for the the Hon. Wm. A. Forward has te- Price $125.- or : ,

THE on MONDAY. the fifth of October, 837, Great Internal & External j sale of the above, the undersigned is now prepared WHEREAS office Judge of the Circuit Court port.These GINS have given great satisfaction to all t III ;

tinJor the charge JOHN A. GRANT and LADY. I to furnish them to order,together with full instructions for the Eastern Judicial Circuit; Therefore, an election who have heretofore bad them. A LARGE

Impressed with a deep use of responsibility I a.ElWEDY for their use. One Machine is equal to 8 is hereby ordered to be held in the several Counties McNAUGHT t 1 ORMOND. I AMER-VS
DR. JOHN BULL'S KING PAINIs or 10 good Seamtresscs, and nil kind Sewing can
invoked in their arduous and impoitaut undertaking composing the Eastern Circuit, on Monday, the Newport, August 8, 1857. 82 .
the Conductors of the Institution desire, explieity to warranted to cure the following diseases,to,wit:- be done. One er two of those Machines can be seen 5th day of October, proximo, for one Judge to fill the C lOAN STRAW BONNETS, .

etat, that their chief object, and that to which thtfir i I Cholera, Bowel Complaints, Dysentary, Weak Stom- at any time by calling on the undersigned at his resi- unexpireJ term. TRIMMED, LACE AND STRAW BONNETS -

earnest efforts Trill bt(devoted is to give the 1'UPILS ach. Generr DebilIty, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, dence in Tallahassee. Singer's Gazette paper devoted The Judges of Probate in the several Counties of Eice-Fresh. Rice. ALSO A LARQX OT .

xrho may be confided to them a sound and complete Chills and Fever, Rheumatism in its worst form, severe I to Sewing, will be furnished to any one on application : said Circuit will take due notice hereof,and make the K A WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive .01T :
French Flowers Artificiali "Ac., tc &
eucation-Iound in reference to the utility of its distinctive Burns, Asthma, Pt.bislC, Bruise ,Sores, Want of gratis, where the Prices of the different sizes returns to the office of the Secretary of State in the *Jid j 'a few days direct from Charleaton. Sendin < .<

: branches, and complete, as regards the adaptation i i Action the Kidneys, Piles, Ringworms, Painter's may he seen. P. P. LEWIS. manner prescribed by law. your orders and have it marked,you who want. Thnbroideries.S
of the entire course to the particular stations I I Cholic, Head and Tiwlhache, Coughs, Cold, Cancer, August 8, 1857, 32 In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand ,

ta Avhich Pupils may be destined. TLeir endeavor I l Tumon, Swe11in Cuts, Scalds, Scrofula or King's and caused to be affixed the great seal of the -ALSO- Rich,Valencine,Maltese and- Honatboa MlU of:-

will bo not the shadowy ml l valueless exhibition of :: Evil, Scarlet }'c\"erut all Pains and 'Aches,in Notice.FOUR State. Done at the Capitol in the city of Talla 150 Boxes Manufactured TOBACCO, at lower Collars and under Sleeves, f

superficial nttainmmt6.thr- ll1gh over wrought; nifinorv :: whatever form they may. appear. This medicine has weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. hasse this 81st day of July, A. D. 1857. price than you pay this Spring in the big city of Emb'd.mouslin Collars, Com 121{ oU.to t8O 1

but substantial, intellectual proficiency, through I I boon before the public about three years, and has relieved e of Probate,of Jefferson county, for an JAMES E. BROOME, Governor. New York. Forurther particulars enquire at Emb'd.moul Sleeves. .
tie! medium of exercised cultivated bat time than all other similar Attest D. LADD, Newport
: an understanding, I I more Buffering in I order and decree for the sale of the following described : .
thought, aud encouraged action of the reasoning fa preparations combined. For sale at DR. Jons lands belonging to the estate of B. Loeb, deceased F. L.ViLttncuE, Secretary of State. March2l67. 12 Hats, '
culties. BCLL'S Sarsaparilla Depot, in Louisville and New All the papers iu the Eastern Judicial Circuit will A IAEQB Of ;
to-wit: The E } of th S W }. and the W $ Aa'IN '
TERMS : York. of the SEt of Sec. 33, the E i of the S W i, and publish till day of election.Awust Gents and Youths Spring and Summer ."
ron A SESSION" OF TWENTY WEEKS: Dr. John Bull's the S E 4 of the N W i of Sec'31, the E i of tile< N 81 A HATS. A- 1

Primary Department.. .. .... .....$12 50 Pectorial of Wild certain W 4 of Sec. 28, and the S } of the S W i of Sec. 21,

:5l.\.nJDt\.ision... ... .......... Iti 00 Compound diseases Cherry, Throat cure and all in T 2, R 5, N and E,containing in all 440 acresmor'e For Sale, and Summer of857. .
for Coughs, Colds and all of the Spring Cotg,
Lungs.Sold Also l a 7 acre lot in the Northern addition of the SUBSCRIBERS have received Express. .A OJ
be sold sale that fine
"irst Grade of Classes per term.. .. 25 00 by AMES & LIVELY. Tallahassee. WILL private plantation THE b Gents fashionable CLOTHING.
the of the road
town Munticcllo, on right leadiugto few of those Fashionable and far the
k-condGiade..... .. ......., 20 00 Principal Offices-Louisville and New York. To be sold for the of the debt ad the Barrow Place formerly 1 m.t 6
June 27, '57. 26 Georgia. payment owned by Col. David Barrow, and how by Bryan most desirable, -Boots and Shoes f
ORXAVKNTAI. DEPARTMENT: of said estate. E.E.BLACKBURN, Adrofr.Augusts Croom, some ten miles N. E.of Tallahassee. The Chantilly Lace Mantillas ,

Iring anl 1 Painting in Oil, &c. per term.. 10 00 1857. 824wQUININE plantation contains Twenty-five Hundred Acres of -A LA&OE ASSORTMENT OJ .
r- -roijirv (,faIl lduls; .. .. ..'.. 1000 Laud, the greater part of which is equal to any land of various patterns and designs, which they offer on Ladies, Gents,Youths and Child SHOES. .

V.'si Flowers or Iruit, (each). 12 00 From N.: Orleans, per WM. R. PETT1S: in Florida. There are about tweve! or fourteen hun the the choice most relo selections.terms.BUTLER Call early A DENHAM.if you wish 1- -ALSO- J.

MI>ICAL DEPARTMENT, 9 1\ CASKS Siles and Shoulders, received 800 OUNCES Slllpll Quinine, dred acres of open land, and the remainder finely timbered March 14, '57. 11 Servants SHOES of n t quality.

L'ndtrthe cSaigV 0JIr !ANT: ilu b Teirccs Outfields" best Sugar I. f rUST rand, together with a great variety ,clear.including a large quantity of very superior land, STAPLE GOODS.
to The
Mc'n the Piano ami Guitar each .... 25 00 cured Hams, of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. yet improvements are very good-a J
( ) Louse, for Tallahassee Sash and Blind
dwelliag good about one hundred Cotton and Linen
UK of Instruments..................... 5 00 1 Teircc. Sugar.. cured Smoked Beef August 8, 1857. 32 good fences, quarters Ac. The will be sold Oanaburgs,
1 Beef Tongues, negroes, plantation F Y. Brown and Blue Shirting and SheetiflgfMarlboroagh -
Among the apparatus is au Electrical. .Machine'one 20 Bbla. Mess Pork Don't Read This for one-third cash, the balance in one and two years, AOTO method of Pad and Stfipec, _,
Jfthc;largest in America attached to which are batteries with interest from date of sale. The plantation will I THE adopt informing Choctaw Apron Checks \
20 Rectified Whiskey, that recommenced the above Stipes ;
sufficient to cnue death. Also a Telescope by 60 Superfine Flour, "NEW WHEAT," OH, DON'T !II I IWE be shown to any one desiring to purchase, by Mr. public the, of ba-Tallahassee, and would be Bed Ticking Ac,Ac, &c. .
in city
MbicL the mountains and valleys in the moon can be 40 II. Plant" Extra Flour, have just received from New Orleans, Per Hyman,the manager ou the place. Purchasers will I bUine receive the of his friends. AD

(tinctly discerned ; and a Microscope of the aston- 1 Hhd. choice Brown Sugar, Schr. Wm. R. Pettis, and New York Per apply to the undersigned in Tallahassee. pleased the Rail to Road patronage I. W. Shopat "A. '.
and well
5 L23 jvnvei of aguifing a drop of viuegar to twenty 1 prime Bark R. H. Gamble, a large and well selected W. CALL Dept. 10 BWEN. large .
March'T57. All of the above articles will be sold low
feet in damptr, thereby exhibiting animalculae 3 Bbls. Lard, STOCK OF GROCERIES.ALSO July 25, 1857. SO-tf by
fix; feet in knth, and the variety of forms in which D. C. WILSON. .
rjiimal l life in those intisible of 4 Teirces Rice, LARGE lot just reo March '6' .
appears departments Cotton Gins. CIGARS 1 1
1 Bbl. White Beans, Taylor's celved byMcDUGALL
creation. Wines, Brandies, Sj nips, Cigars, &c.
Bbls. No. Mackerel
The pupils.rc received for no'less a period than a 5 1 The Subscribers are determined after this date te have on hand Gins of 40, 45 and 50 Saw., & HOBBY. Book Bindery.
Rio Coffee WE
15 ,
session; unless by special agreement. Bags abandon the system seHing goods on a CREDIT. and can deliver them either here or at Newport March 21, 57.
6 Baskets let quality Heidsic Champagne, HE Book of MoDOUOALL A .
Bindery ,HOBBY.
at $2.50 Saw, payable 1st January next. T
Payments For Cash or Country Produce per .
: 2 Bbls. Old Monona ihala Whiskey, Corn is again in operation.

It. is desirable that PAYMENT of at least one- 1 BbI. Old Peach Brandy, we will at any time be happy to serve our customers I -A L SO- March 21,'6'1. 12

half,should be made in advance. The necessities of 1 Lard Oil, with goods of every description at a small advance "Brown's Washing Machines," made at Columbus, 1000 BUSHELS CORN, for sale bv t
3 Casks Ale in New York and New Georgia. HOPKINS & MEGINNISS, Agents. HOPKINS b MEGINNISS.
tenders are such as to render this almost in dispen- pints, above Orleans prices. If you Seed Bice.
<.ble. 100 Sacks Salt. doubt it, come and try us, at J. B. Gamble's Old August 8, 1857. 32 [Sent copy. March 21, 57._12_

August 29, 1857. S5-tf [Sent copy. For sale by R. H. BERRY. Stand,Corner of Monroe and Jefferson Streets. Gloves & 100 BUSHELS SEED RICE sale by '

August 22, 1857. 34 BROKAW & RHODES. Bacon and Flour. Hosiery, Hd. MEGIIS' !

Jefferson Academy May 23, 57.; 21tfBROADWAY r: A BBLS. Flour, 10 half do. LADIES', Misses, GenUemen' and March 21, 6'1. 1 -
Notice.I l t
OU 4 Hbds.Bacon Sides, anIIfIHose
M 0 N TIC ELf. O, FLORIDA. WILL sell one of the best Pine Land places in GOLD PEN And 4 JBELS. that SAME FRENCH BREAD. Buck, Gloves, Spng and Summer Stles" I
; Silk and
Linen Cambric
---. 4-. % Columbia'county, mixed with oak and hickory, English T"iltd. Hdkfs. For
Manufacturing Co. from the Pettis and for sale and for sale b 187. .
by ,
regular exercises of this INSTITUTION- .., containing 400 acres, with good and sufficient title Landing Landing per Sampson !. SUBSCRIBERS by
.rnE ., ORMOND & CO. hye reivd
be resumed on MONDAY, the 28th Sep to (the same. This land is based on marl and clay, 335 BROADWAY NEW YORK, "'Airill8I6; ", 16 ORON anna from New full and 1- !

tember. Any one desii Jug particular information in and is excellent for Long Staple Cotton, Corn, &. a now selling their splendid Gold Pens. Pen Aprill857._16_ LADIES DRESS GOODS, ecosktm .

regard to terms, Ac, :., will receive a Circular. On handsome settlement dwelling house and necessary ARE and Pen Cases at the Lowest Retail Prices, Just Received SPRING & of an endless variety of the most fhib. I"Je' ,
GIRARDEAU Prinl out-houses,and constant water. I have seventeen ,
application to W. O. aud each Draws SU of Paris Printed Organdies clbth,*
Angust9, 187University. 35 acres in cotton which I will let go with the place i if purchaser a PER J. G. ANDERSON," c c from plain to foil ehit colored.Organdy o pC

required, two hundred acres of land the timber has lUIULUpnEmIVMPREltJIUMo -4,--. entirflr
of Louisiana been killed on about two years, logs cut and heaped, 50 cents to $1000! ASSORTMENT OF HODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLEAre Jaconet degl f' i- 1

and 20,000 rails split to enclose the same. This Printed robes, des*ns entirely new,'
As soon as a Pen or Pencil is purchased, the Premi. BRAIDS do. Trimmings, do. Fringes, Stock of Bee
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. place is adjoining a large body of good hammock is delivered LISLE now n Large rob striped Brocade and China
land that can be bought oa good terms. Any person um immediately. Spring Skeleton Skirts Setts Brass Skirt SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Foune
wishing information will plesed address me at Tuste LIST Or PENS AND THE KKTAU, PRICES: Ho ps. BUTLER & DENHAM.
Annual in
THE commence Course on MONDAY, November department 16th, nuggee Post office, Columbia county. E. Fla. Gold Pens .. .. ..*.?1 25 and 1 Gift June 27, '57. 26 .lbacfug: every DRESS imaginable GOODS style of Double skirted Marquise fl together witiV

1857aud will terminate in the ensuing March. C. H. W. COLLINS. Engrossing size .. 250 M 2 Gifts ADES' vizi beautiful assortment of lJzt n tee in dCelt'

:, JAMES JONES, M. D, Professor of Practice of Med- August 22, 186'1. 34-9 Silver Ex.Holders .. 260 2 do Just Received, LACES, MANTLES, SCARFS, ROBES, MUSLINS, patterns, white printed and Pol spot,BriUiaatev; ,.,

cine.J. Silver Dbl.Ex. Holders. 3 73 3 do SILKS, BONNETS, *c., *c. printed Percales in great ..Ac, &&. -

L. RIDDELL M D, Professor of Chemistry. Notice, Mammoth 5 00 4 do Per Schooner Win. R. Pettis : A lot BUTR" DENHAK.
large offloys' Clothing
Leviathan .
6 25 do
WARREN STONE. M. D., Professor of Surgery. T70UR weeks from date, I-shall apply to the Hon 5 r' DRUMS Fresh Dried Figs, A lot of Mens' March 1,6. 1 .
Gold Desk large ,
Fountain Pen Holder. 3 75 8 doMarn'oth o Clothing, -S
A.IL CENAS, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. -P Judge of Probate Jefferson county, (or leave D 6 Boxes Fresh Lemosn, 1
flUSTAVUS A.NOTT, M.D, Professor of Materia to Bell the following discribed Lands belonging to A box 6 25 5 doLevi'n 2 Cases Guava Jelly, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, Opening of the
Old Pen,G'ld Desk Hol'r 6 25 5 do
Medicine the estate of William Gorman, deceased, lying in 1 Trail New Dates. And every other article of Merchdi suitablefor Sean.-
Gothic Silver Case and Gold Pen. 3 15 3 doMam'oth I
JOSIAh C.NOTT, M. D, Professor of Anatomy. said county, to wit: The W $ ofS W I of sec 84,the AMES & LIVELY. this .
Go'ie Silv'r Ca G'ld Pen 6 25 do S ,
THOMAS M. J> Professor of '
HUNT Physiology Call and
SE4ofSEofsee83tbeSWiof8Eof ceo June 13, 57. 24 t3 examine them.Jg3 '
and Pathology. 33, the S W 4 of eec S3, the S E J ofS E J tec'.SZ. Gold Tooth" 250 "" 2 do HODGKISS, & POOLE. Head Dresses, French Fower.,' t
and Ear Pick.. 875 3 do seo'I
: GILBERT S. \ VAJTCE M. D, Demonstrator:f Ana all in TOWDf'hl 1, Rarge 4, N & E; Also. the E j Gold Wa'h Key, To'th Pick A Pen'l 3 15 3 do FULTON FOUNDRY April 11, '57. 1 Rushes, Ribbons, Edgings
lomy. of N E the E ofS W of N E of ,
Jof sec 5, | 1 J sec
Gold Pencils. .... .. .. 2 60 do
The rooms for Dissecting will be open on the second 5theNW4ofNWofsec4.theEofNWofsec J Ladies' 2 TaJ.J.aha see, F1.a. &o., &0. :
U .. Just from N. Y. '
.. .. .875 3 do
Monday in October. 4, the W i of 5 E i Section 4, all in Ti, UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the Receive nm Bonnets trimmed '' 1
.. .. ...500 4 do THE 1Jfou *
The and Surgeons FEW celebrated H. .
Faculty are Visiting Physicians R4SA; E; and the whole containing 660 acres '. an&lPen.. 625 5 doGents' that they have associated themselves in A SE N I
of the Charity Hospital more or leas. Also so much of the N E J of N W J I business,under the name and style of GARS. Crape II. Sand
Gold Cases and Pen. .. 10 00 S do t
The Students accompany the Professors in their section 8,T 1,8, R 4, E. as lies West of the rood .4 Cardy Baya & Co. ALSOA Crape:; Straw Bpnosls trimm d.' .
Mm'oth size2
.. visits, and free of expense, enjoy.extraordinary practical landing from Monticello to Newport,containing about 50 10 do few dozen GERMAN BIR.BUR White and Blackraffles,*
We warrant all Gold Pens to be Diamond Pointed
i our for the of following the trade Founders and
advantages. 10 acres more or less. purpose DEHAM. Plain Straw :
Preliminary to the Course. Lecture' "will be delivered Said lands to be sold for division. ,and not surpassed by any establishment in the Machinist,and are prepared to execute all kinds of June 27. '67._ I Hair NeapoHtande.

daily :in the Amphitheatre of tho Hospital.from ROBERT GORMAN, Est'r.Augnst .A states, and besides given you a Pen or Pencil well work appertaining to this business. Steam Engine Flat Bloomers, Gipsies, Staler Hood,' Inia(t'r' I
MeJ cine and worth your money we also present you with Gifts furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. French Flowers
Clinical .
the 1st of Ocfober, on 22, 185'1. 34-4w born Ccburg,A&&e. 1
without charge to worth from 50 cents to 1,000 in Mills and Castings of all kind. rrade with !
Surgery and other subjects any Sugar ARTIFICIALS C &C. Head Dresses unsurpassed for style aDd.itlitr
!tuJeoU THOS. HUNT, M. D. DC TNAIi8URANCE GOLD WATCHES GOLD CTOUD Aim VEST ClUINg neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished I Ribbons of the moat exquisite designs D t'1't t

P The Administrators of the Chat.4.* Hospital elect Gold Lockets, Diamond Pins, Cameo seth, Gold 'of all kind of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare BY Express we have received beautiful assort- riety,black and white Rushes,narrow, ,m dQ'and

annntL in April 14th Rwidcnt StuaeCfs.! who are CONPANYOF Studs Rings, Breast Pins, Silver Fruit aud also sob agent for Hoard & Sons Steam Engines of the above,selected in New York from i wide, Blond Edgings,Zephyr Lace add all otl&articles t

maintained the Institution Cake Baskets, Silver Goblets,&c.AGENTS.4.GENTSAGENTB. for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and, Sawing, and Har the latest European importation, expressly for.this appertaining to this department vofv aVEaditi"toilet
f by HARTFORD. rison's Grist Mills fur steam or horse power. market. BUTLER & DENHAM.Marchl457. BUTLER & DE5HAM.
August 29 1857 M. / .
Th_ n March 1457. IT
I Charter Now is the time and here is the chance to make WILLIAM BAYA, I .
,'ji 1819.- Perpetual. -
Attacliment.r --0- $ -$ ,OOO JOHN CARDY. Groceries.OQ -

A. In Justices Court 2nd District : in the sale of Gold Pens &. May 80.'57. 22-ly Summer of 1857VT
Grant ) CAU f*J A m7M)Ml *"Lt-81OOOooo. per year, Jewelry, & SUGAR,Twious qualities,

r*. v Leon Court.Satbanicl -' We offer a Liberal commission to Local and Trav- hJ O BBL. COFFEE, RITE GOODS of diipij .

White. ) Debt $47 00 INSURE AGAINST LOSS*NI1 DAMAGE BY FIRE, eling Agents, and give them Credit on One Half till( ICE NOTICE Butter, Pilot Bread, Crackers,Barley, v T. which we mention:every anie :

THE defendant and all others interested,are here ON TERMS ADAI'TED'1'O THE HAZARD, sold A light and agreeable business, and above alla Peas, Beans, Tob Wines, 10-4 and 11-4 Alleodale Sheifini. j j

notified of the commencement of this suit AND. CONSISTENT WI 7H THE LAWS good paying bufinefls. Agents wanted in all partsof i Number Two Linquon,Ale Pore Vinegar, Sauces, Pillow Case I neu, :

I returnable to a Jutice1 Court to be held atTallahas- OF COMPENSATION. the country. A Catalonge containing a List of Po1de Sop. Sht,La Oils, Ac.A 8-4 and 10-4 CounUrpaaeCOajnbrka -* .

*ee, on the 9ih day of November, A. D. 1857,and to B.C, LEWIS, Agent, Goods with. full Explanations of terms to Agents will I AFTER trying the experiment of furnishing ICE, of all arole line, landtag Jaeoaetv

Appear and plead to the same. Tallahasse and vicinity.. be sent on application,free. All orders will be promptly at 2 @ S cents $ fi thus far, pet Mystic,and for sale Plaid y- -,- .
Given uouer my'band and seal-this 56th day of. 3. For attended, and those sending up money by mail 'we find at these rates and as long a season's sale M CO. .

August, A. D. August i 15, 1867., .,. 88, ,will receive such goods as they order by the return., cap be expected will leave us at least 1500 out of Newport. MoNAUGH. OJON ."
1 : ,
18S7EDWARD M. WEST, [L. s.] '" q-. 't' mailer express,with the Gifts enclosed in the packages. I pocket, 'actual coat of Ice delivered.. The loss in _. 1 swwt -'J.

Justice of the Peace. 825 BEWAED.: Address, all'order.toii.r, .-<,.if o .".-t, .: i;;transporting and selling,at.Tallahassee t is more than Gentlemen's Summer idei.d SWiDBILLIANTZ&.L ltGa S S

jj August! 29. 1657. 368mNotice. 11., TV AN A WAY from the subscriber,near MadiJtt -. .- HtalUOK, rotf & pEAlq two for OQ. While cuoUngyod-i f want to be,ktptttokole 1 I -
'. .. --., son CYH, a "negro"man named THORN- I 885 Broadway;:''rJ' durstlvei;.,'ther..."aner, the tat Ju1y. .' i CLOTHING Plain and t._ )fAn.m.-: .

,_ TON, aged 23 years,weighs about 160 pounds, N. E-Gold Pens re-pointed in superior maimfo''.tsnlY continue to sell ICE at,.oar.Ice House at St. Fril1edI-- Cloth. S

demands flfrainit the estate of rather rVJ lighfrcomplected, broad face, has a smile when Endow; U*Fen,and thirtynine cents in P.O.Stamp,. ..Marks: end Newport at the same price, f 2 .<).'owt; FBOOKS, ; iba'Vits:asios qoaK- I PatentS '
having 8achPnt
ALL persons M.Townsend,Ute of Leon county, do- enoken to, and down look, legs somewhat crooked, and the Pen will be repomted and returned post-paid.. ,I 21 i' @ .3 cents 3B> according to quantity. Stock a ltt IJ1.. ,A choice cltctioolaod-, pla-' : .

>.. j, 1U7.WIll uko notie thAt moat them iicunin.to; ether, and is about 5 feet 9 inches high. July. 4,,'... 27-Eai -J' Subscribers at the Tallahassee Depot as usual Mr.'Williams Ing from Bi tale,by to' 'o..w.lI' '. '' ''. S
they present at the and Dr.'Barnard tow ill I a
g. 10 tW u duly authenticated wIthin i the timePresczibed Said Boy was forIflerlfO'Ded'b7.TUde: Chase of Monticello. Depot, np )McNAUGHT.,ORMOND % Kdc. : 'IrH'.;\.
that continue ja keep ICE, but on their own accouf d 0. ...
b'u to T ..
made place Salt Bait.1 March 21 .-
bylaw,or this ootice will be-ptyd in bar and)has where probably be has acqnamtaneLTbClOyereward way .. ,. Partial i in the Country, particularly those who proPOM -* 6'_18 7i'eDch? 0011 ors $tLadies I I--JIr' '"' .

wtheir recovery; tod all penoP gjdoUed to said or to Newport SACKS LIVERPOOL. fine order, to sell again, have their supply for i : and OtrtlemenLVEmb'd!
** will be for his blWOD. Any in- 1uik cat arranged : tierces" !boding Bar.boid i
Inent*** *r I hereby notified to znak rnmediate' par- paid received.nppr ,UUU. landing per Times,and for sale by"; Si:Ma ks or Newport as may suit their'i 'convenient. RIOBt'iaD,4'.hl '.',. pf V.., .
Jreof t.o the 1mde.ed. formatiop tbapkfullv Tm ,
LYMAN.8MITBAdmtY.; v. ,
April 4, 1867.H June 27, 26. ,. C'j'rir. lI ''ti'nl
J\U I 1 S fr'T. 1 t U5- Ct ; .
1j, 2,18 36-8* .1 JIad'Uon, August 15, .' : _' : V'
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Ia published every.SATURDAY, by MOST COSCISE : 'rjegs leave to inform the .citi of Copper mid SbHt.r 4I


At Two DOLLARS; per annum, in advance. Better than the Beat 2! iage shop in this place jofnSog ey Tin W.e takes plca.nelnlnformitg "

Pblihtd Weekly. H L J Livery Stables>> of Tallahassee and the .orroondjog country,that ne M LIVER'WLLS.They !
:ADVERTISIIfd. all that irish to patrtmke .
TERMS OP to wail on
The vholt m/y On Dollar A Year. i formerly occupied by J; L. Grotfer; now prepared also tender his _
One square of 12 linn,or lew,first insertion, $1 00 all kinds of work io LW him In his line of business. H* tak
prepared to do Twe.fth. best
.. DISCOVERY of the Presen "d for ,
each subsequent 60 GREATEST notice and on the mwl" ta Hi. friend, and th poblie generally te beenfavoreoVtfar Pe.'s tl "".
DeteciogCOUNTERFEIT J"J which be ha
a liberal '
Profeepk-nalaud! Business' Cards iuserted atf 10 patronage ,
per the
of same
SONABLE TSRMS continuation
topes that
annum. BANK NOTES. I are not recommended _'
Advertisement: not marked with the number painting and trimming; making ?ew will be gMat-ed him.
of Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence,and band full supply of all l
wfll a
insertions will! be continued until forbid, and charged at wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Hav He constantly keep on Universal* .
Exhibiting a glance every Counterfeit <] I .' of Ware tiau'alrj! kept in an establishment of Ln a
first rate :
accordingly. in Circulation} :S a f r business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron,
nrCertifi atel of publication of legal or estate Arranged so admirably, that: REFERENCE is jEAST Painter and Trimmer, line d Pipe $etZine; Cistern Pumps, Cure-all?, but simply
jV }
notices will not be given until the advertising fee .ispaid. 3 fih ; Lad fo
and DETECTION the undersigned is prepared to do .iTo.f other articles too-numcrous to men-
and great ./** JtiOD what their
INSTANTANEOUS: l'1JtJr work as well and in the latest style, as it ., name pur.

No Index tc examine I No pages to hunt CD at the North. IZ' BUILDERS.
BLACKSMITHING who have this kind of work to do, and and Tin b6bducting'mies ports. i
upl 1 But so simplified and arranged, that the 00 : Tin ftn'terimr, Copper i
: in that will not fail to Rfing, do in die most
---0'- Merchant, Banker aud Business Men can sell al: M a manner give be to
t Glance. 0 wcrld do well to call on Pipes of which pro. 'd of the best ma'work.inanJike The VERMIFUGE for
firm of BROXAW & ,. ,
manner an t7le ,
THE WM. KU NS. tbla term
having been dseol1 -" tenal, sbertest notice enc most r '
| ved, the undersigned notifies his It has taken yeais to make perfect this 0 18 Having O been engaged for the ,:St 'fci in Expelling Worms from

old customers and the public generally, that be baa GREAT DISCOVERY. ** Piano Fortes.1JE business at this place he thinks it nnnt"eMaO to,re jt 1 '
made arrangements with D. C. Wilson, by which he commend himself further to the publle5 rega. the human system has
takes the shop formerly occupied by him, under the been The felt urgent by Commercial necessity for such It.a work has been has long >jj are prepared to furnish Piano his capabilities as a mechanic but at tbe same tiC16 be I ,
men. pub- '
firm of lished to supply the call for such a Preventive, {>M Fortes, of the very beet quality, assures all that favor him with a call, good work ado also been administered

H. B. Fitts & Co. and needs but liberal terms. cheap I
to be known to be Universally M prices.
anJ is new prepared to execute all work, done in Patronized. It does more than bas ever been attempted M to none in any country either as Having from the old stand formerly} known with the ;' ? stsfactor
by men. 3f It describes Bank price. as White A Slusser, he will be found at h.stand cor :
their line business
: every
Note in three Different will be warranted. ner of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to waiton
Languages!!, results anjtf&k
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing t.EXGLISII : ( } MILES NASH
Carriages and Bug IA FRENCH AND GERMAN. g 8 Dec. 1,1855. 48WJJ4LJAMP

O gies, Plantation work of //J Thus Each may read the same in his own Native 2 subject to Worms.
Tongue. S Olive Oil. SLUSSER

every discriplion, TEaMs.-1] he paper will be about 28 by 42 S article for Table Just The LIVER PILLS for
use. re
Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing IVa- inches and will contain *< ,
the most Perfect BankNote '
by ,
... Ta11nhassee F1a. .
gons and Carts, List P.blished.Together the of
with the rate of Discount.
and iu fact every other discription of work made of Also List of 0 Flower Jars. IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Iron and Steel, all of which we WARXAXT, and pledge a 1PI.U FANCY JAPANNED PLAINT, all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
ourselves to execute at the shortest notice.H. All the Private Bankers in America. assortment of Flower Jars, various Si- DEHER : AND -

B. FITTS. A Complete Summary of tbe Finance of Eu received and for sale by WA BE. SICK HEADACHE

Feb. Il, 18l '1. 7-ly rope and America will be published in each edition H AMES A LIVELY. Stove lend-qlnrtfrf

together will all the Important news of the ffi: 14 A 88rtment Parlor &C.Purchasers.

Notice. day. Also H ; Rubber and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness

INTERESTING Belting- and durability, at reduced prices. will
undersigned has made arrangements with II SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting,of please
THE Fills to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop an Old Manuscript found in the East; and r and four ply, warranted fully equal Out Door Work. be

and hands, and solicits, for the new firm, the patron- no where else to be found. It has nevcr yet appeared o 75 per cent cheaper; In fact consid Roofing, Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering, Copper particular to ask for

age of his old customers. D. C. WILSON. in print.and furnishes the Most Complete jj who have tried them,superior to Leath and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet
Feb.14,1857. 7-ly History of 1 Q from 4 to 14 inches wide, constantly Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pump. Shop work Dr. C. McLane's Cele-

ORIENTAL LIFE Sand D. LADD. of every variety done at short

500 AGENTS WANTED described the Most Perplexing Positions in 18, 1856. 42 City and Country merchantsAre brated VERMIFUGE and

A HOMESTEAD FOR 810 which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that Country / Property for Sale. i respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur LIVER PILLS
I have been eo often found. These Stories will iT I II chasing elsewhere. prepared bytmi
THIRD DIVISION. continue throughout the whole year, and will 2 offers at private sale, the follow- i C5F": N. B. All articles manufactued from the very

$310,000 Worth of Farms and Building prove the Most EHtertr.iniiig ever offered to the :t* I property, known as the Jrat in Lots, I II best material and warranted durable. No other arti

LOTS Public. <3g I 8, 25, 27, 80, 48, 140, 141, 142, 143, le will be offered for sale. (SyxoA.

Furnished Weekly to Subscribers only at S 235 239,240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, October 20, 1855. 42 ,
IN THE GOLD REGION OF CCLPEPPEa CO., VIEGIXM: $1 a year. All letters mutt be addressed to" 2 252, 253, 2M, 256, 257, 258, 268, all : '
rrM) be divided amongst 10,200 subscribers, on the I JOHN S. DYE. Broker, g plan of the city Tallahassee. LIFE INSURANCE. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -

.L ';th of December, 1857. Subscriptions OM.V I Publishci and Pj -ALSO-
$1 0 down; or $15 one subscriber half down.will the rest on delivery I 70 Wail Street, Xew \'ork."I. 2, 3, 4, S, 6, '1, in S.Counly qr.A ACCUMULATED CAPITAL,... ..$1,000,000. _, Pa., and take no
of the DrKD.: Every get a BuildingLot March 21. 1857 -
or a Farm, ranging in value from$10 to ?25OOO. I 12-ly L 8 0- THIS Company issues policies on the lives of other, as there are various

and Lots sold to induce 12, 13 13 16 22 persons for one or more years, or for the
These Farms are so cheap I 26, 39, 40, 48, 61
settlement a sufficient number being reserved, the NEW GOODS. J Connty quarter. whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYsE. other preparations

increase in the value of which will compensate for the I described property formerly belonged Dividends declared to the insured on pHeie il0e now

low asked. of 1350 Fer further information and terms for life.PLINY before
apparent price now Upwards I JOHN PBATOKIOtJS the public
Lots are already sold, and a company settlers,called liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq., FREEMAN, Actuary.-iloama FRANKLIN, Pres't purporting -

:! *'The Rappahannock Pioneer Association: ," is now MERCHANT TAILOR, Tallnlins'ee. ZST Applications received in Tallahassee by to be Vermifugeand
forming and will soon commence a settlement Ample CHARLES P. MANNING.
I January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS.
security will be given for the faithful performance Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and the above property will be for rent. Liver Pills. Ali

of contracts and promises. Nearly 45,000 acres of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. :J [ : A. PERRY AMAKER. I AGENCY oFfST/ETNA INSURANCE CO.

land, in different part of Virginia, now at con n1b.nd -----....... -- 1856. _._ 7-tf ______ CAPITAL,. .. .. .. .. .$500,000. others; in comparisonwith
and: will be sold to settlers at from *1, up to $300. I Fall and Winter \
am now receiving :
my supp Cod Liver Oil. undersigned, of the above
.. acre vnqutstlonallc titles will in all cates begiven. THE Agent Company
per Woi>d cutters, coopers, farmers
and SOO'AcoTS to obtain subscribers, to whom Color and & Co.. t Rushton'fl.' I againstloss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, ,
the most liberal inducements will be given. Some Every) Style Quality, i AMES & LIVELY I Furniture.Merchandizc,Ac. worthless. i

Agents write that they are making f 200 per month. which I am prepared to make up in the most \ 14 I Januaryl9,1856. 3 B. C. I.EWIS.

For fell particulars, Subscriptions, Agencies. E. BAUDER, fashionable style, on short notice : Carpeting and Hearth i Syrups, &c.

Port Ro"'al, Caroline Co., Va. AND REASONABLE TERMS OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling CiJ -.. Vermifuge and Liver
: Port, Old juice
August 15, 1657; 33 ALSOA Fort ,
Brussels two and three Ply Wool Madeira,
radJ Pills
be had
DENTISTRY.DR. LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Also, a few pieces Wool and Cotton S ft'n Sardines Cerih, can now at

READY-MADE CLOTHING, : Rugs and Drugget, for sale right If"10; Ratine, Preserved Quinces, all
T. J. CUR LEE respectable DrugStores.
.Toring Extracts, Penis
Consisting of garment: suitable for winter wear,
continue in future, the of DEN every .. 18, 1856. 42
WILL practice such as Cloaks, Talmas, Coats,Vets, Pants, Ac., ie, Yeast Powders, Tamarinds,
in South and Middle and .
Y. Georgia which will be disposed! of at low prices.!! j ---I Spanish Olives, Spices, I
East Florida. He has had sevetil years practical experience I Notice. Corn Starch, PIckles
Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars, f FLEMING BRO'S
the last three of which has I
in the ,
profession Undershirts,Cravats, Slocks, Hosiery, tc., ic. i! after date I sholl! .,, Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, ,
been iu tWe Ecctions ofeouutr '% His work is ,)the preen tflf. ,!
,) Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their | :). vouchers Io the 1J ac English Mustard, Capers, 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
beautiful aud durable character and satisfaction i :., Jud
most of Pro-
own interests t>y giving me a call, as all the above articles I !; \' counts ? Sole
is guaranteed in every instance. i selected with ., ns executor: ofthe estate! of AMES i LIVELY. Proprietors*
Lave ben great care, and with a l
All communications eut to Monticello. Fla., will | '.:, rote ot"6aiJ WuntJecea3ed' and ,
5 l!
special view to theirada1ttioi to this market. : t January lt.ORAGE SCOVIL& MEAD,
receive attention as soon as previous engagement : I :; hnge: from sail executorship. I
October 18, 1856. ly42GARDEN N c. 111, Charters SL NeW Orleans

wi11 permit. _ I ; ROBERT JOHNSON, Ext'r. I SPRING General "Wholesale: agent f.r the Southern States, 1
v.-- V'RCFERECES- 57. ll-6ra
SEEDS whom all orJers must b adJre6c.
-- ------------ --
: Male & Female Seminarv Sold by Ames & Lively, Jr.. Mile
Hox. J. L.SEWAW, t 1856. : P. P. LEWIS situation of this Institution ia at one of the Nash d Co.Tallahassee, Flu.; J. S. 1. Davisom

HON. P.E. LOVE, J JS' f Thoma'il1i; Oa. ''V TE would' 'call the attention- of our fnends and -
.. Ho W. S. : the public gencra'Jy, tt) -ur and VJT rons that be is now in possession of surpassed for health. i! easy of access for steam ter k C. Waukeenah; Mosely & Pop Madison
i Fla. present Large
g"rotIB' Honticello, well selected A8sortm Monticello
Monticello S.
RET. W. E. J f .\ ftf all the latest improvements Dentis boat and a few hours stging. Paler < Bro. Plesten
HON.J. c.McGni:: ) FREP extraction of Teeth, without producing I The Principal with experience of twenty years & Co.Chattahoochee; 4 Widgeon
COL. B. C.POPE, j Madison: rla. 1 rr ." ...1 GARDEN SEEDS. of a local application, which consists and aided by a corps of competent assistants,will devote ilarianua; UlcholsonA Zei lir, Bainbridge,Ga.

GEN.M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator! Fla. :: deeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and artificial freezing mixture to the parts his whole time to tbe improvement of hispupDs. DH. Dickinson, Bainbridge; E StUI,Thoma.l.

N. B.-Da.Cot LEE will be in Quincy durb: :: *:Jue consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, 2d The rmracdiateinsertion of The third session will commence Monday, January Ga.
latter part of the present week. such as ours. J3T* Call early or send your orders, Set, on Gutta. Percba, which can be 12,1857. For particulars, address, February 1. 1857. 8-lj.
April 25,'57. 17 that you may secure the varieties you desire. and ease till the Gums are fully K. ANDERSON, Principal. ---- ---
ct, X..1vely
AMES LIVELY.; a permanent Set ; then inserted on Nov. 29, 1856. 48 .TeS :

"Vii January 31, 1857. 5 plan called continuous Gums, which are TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,
otice.JETTEPS -.--- and admired, for beauty, trength, and LumberWi
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
of administration having been granted THROUGH IN 48 HOUESlMilton .
have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousan f
the 1st day of June, A. D. 1857, by 22Notice. DRUGS AND MICIESH
feet of good SEASONED LCMBEB: of every dia
tbe Hon.Judge of Probate for the county of Leou,
cription, which will be delivered in Tallahasae low.- Perfumery, Dyestuff,
State of Florida, on the estate of Henrietta Mary I TIll wishing Lumber can address us at Centreville.Bills Spices, Snuff, Windows Glass. Paints,
Croom, deceased. infant daughter of the late Hardy
after date, the undersigned will present sawed at short notice. Oils, Vanishes! Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
Bedroom, all debts and demands of whatsoever nature -
ansi vouchers administrator on A. R. COMBS A CO. and Glass Ware PatetMediie.,
against the estate of the said Henrietta Mary I Win. Laffoon, deceased, late of Leon Sept 27, 1856. 89 Fine Soap.Fine Tooth, Pue Brandies1
Croom, deceased, which shall not be exhibited to me and Chattahoochee to be discharged. Brushes, (or Medicinal,purposes,
$ as administrator aforesaid within two years as pre- JOHN C. CRENSHAW, Admt'r. Mary J. Hume, Compl't., 1 In Chancery. Faint Brushes, Fancy Articles
scribed by the statute of the State of Florida,in such v*. Fine Havana
U. S. Mail Line i of his wife LEONORA: P. CBEXSAUW. Garden Seed Segars.
case made and provided shall forever afterward be << 57. ll-6m Joseph N. Whittier and I In Leon county They bav received a Lprgt and Fi-etk

barred ; and notice is hereby given to all creditors. S em: .: -W OOlSLly 5Lcarcs ::) ; Eveline Hume, William Hume supply of every variety of articles! usually kept by

legatees, and persona entitled to distribution that Milton Tuesday's and Friday's, at 10 ; ; Administrator of and Jessie Hume, infant MiJdle Circuit I druggists. Planters and Physicians will always find1
their claims and demands will be barred at tbe expiration o'clock i : !; : deceased,and in his of J e'E Hume, hersJ j at this establishment a full supply everything ace

of the period aforesaid, and this notice will be a., m. ; ; ; in right of his wife, appearing t. the Court by affidavit of B. F. ded, and on the most liberal terms
in bar thereof unless exhibited within the Leaves ChattaJioocJiec and Satur- IT
pleaded Tuesday's I Law of Elizabeth Whitner, Etq.. that tbe infant defendants, Orders from the Country and astisfas-
same GEORGE A. CROOM, Adint'r.Jane day's after the arrival oj'the Steamer from : In Chancery- Evelioe.Hume, William sad Jessie Hume reside lion guaranteed,with regard both prices and quit

657. 23-3m Apalachicola and the Stage from Tallahassee vs. In Madison Cir. beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,and beyond :. Physician's prescription1uefnlly cm i

JADe R. Wilson, Center L.lIaugblton Fla., and Bainbridge, Ga., er, Administrator, of cuit Court. the limits of this State, but within the United States : Also,Epprag' compound fluid Extract of .
: deceased, Al It is ordered that said defendat appear and answer Jan 5, 1831 6a
and Lucy N. Haughton, his IN GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! _
Miller, Thomas J.
the bill on o before fira Monday in October next,
wife, William W. Wilson. and "HIS Line is in first rate order. The whole Farm for Sale.
Hj now ; (I. Milller otherwise the Complainant's Bi shl be taken as' Turpentine
Cornelia M. Wilson by WilliamW. andJ
X Stock has been renewed with new and comfortable confessed : Provided, That be publishedonce : Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to-
Wilson her next friend
Hacks. The Drivers are careful sober and accommodatin to the satisfaction of the Court that a week for four months, immediately preceding FOE wit a small farm and improvements,and

John McDougall r,*Executor of William In Chancery-In ;.!. A liberal allowance of baggage allowed : P. Miller, Thomas J. Miller, Elizabeth the said rule day in October, in some n4sppr pub will b sold ban.inquire of
to each passenger. lished in the of Tallahassee. .
Wilson, deceased, William the Circuit Court Wm.J. Miller, are. non-residents of the City JOHN RHODE O A.P. FULLET.Waknlla
> Ordered at this the first .
: Camber twenty day 40
W. Dutton Leander G.Ball and Middle Circuit of F Otobr
Julia A. Ball, his wife, Florida,Leon Co.Attachment AGENTS: ; ordered, that said defendants appear of May, A.D. 181'1.

Monger and Mary D. Manger, At Milton, JAS. A. CHAJTIX, plead or demur to said Bill, on or be WAiLE BAKER, Judge. Insolvent Notice.STATE .
his wife, Naomi W. Dutton, a Geneva, Ala., W. D. MoNRoE, ; Monday in November next, otherwise May 28, 5'1. 21- OF Ett

minor William Henry McAlister Campbeltoa, J. W. SMITH, ; be taken as confessed against them. JEFFERSON COUNTY.fW1LH.
Marianna W.NICHOLS ordered, That a of this or-
,Rosetta Elizabeth Me Alister, copy Notice.SI .
ANDREWS sheriff and administrator
Lanra E. McAlister, a minor, Chattahoochee D. COL O'i.: in a newspaper printed In Tallahas.
and Adelia Bertha Wilson. J Passengers! can be taken through with certainty, once a week for four Months. Passed Months after date I shall present my final ac l ofcio.of the estate of David WoolA late of
; ; this and vouchers to the Hon. of Pro Jefferson deceased, in the Probate
to the Court by affidavit made and security, and with comfort. 8th day of June, 1857.J. Judge county b file
IT filed appearing in this cause, that all the above named defendants i GEO. D. FISHER, : WAYLES BAKER, Judge. bate, of Leon county, as executor of the estat of office r>f Jefferson county a suggestion that

except John McDoagall, reside beyond the Proprietor and Contractor. 241mNotice. John Ccok,deceased, lata of said county & to he believes the estate of David Woolfe to b leLTereup.
THOS.J. ROBERTS Ext'r.April notice ia all
be discharged. given
jurisdiction of this Court and beyond the limits of May 9, ':7. :19-tf ) t n br
18, 67. 16-6m said estate to and file
this Htat.ebut within the United States; It ordered, __ cm. appear w.
Notice.ALL of Probate said
wit Judge of county 0 or b
That said defendants, William W. Dutton, Leander
after date tbe undersigned administra the 12th of December next,-when there
G.Ball and Julia A. Ball,his wife, Mungerand persons having demands against the estate of and Sale Stable. day
estate of James W. Liver
Strange, deceased be distribution of the funds
deceased late of Leon ; a p-o-rata to
Mary D. Manger, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a Duggar, county, bIo
will his final
minor, William Henry McAlister, Rosctta Elizabeth are notified to present them to the undersigned administrator county present accounts THE undersigned gives no- said ette.amongst the creditors >
I of Probate of said county and ask to be that he time William IL Andrews will apply for his
within tbe time law
McAlister. Laura E. MeAlister, a minor, and Adelia prescribed! by or te
and will be barred and those indebted from. chased the LIvery discharge from the administration of said estate.
Bertha Wilson, appear answer the Bill filed in they ; are requested E. S. SHEPARD, Adm'r. William H.N in Stbl or the fin THOMAS J.
this cause on or before the first Monday in Decembernext to make payment immediately. 2'16mNotice. ewlI wit CHACE
good will of establishment, and that he Judge .
otherwise, the complainants'bill shall be takenas JAMES DUGGAR, Admt'r.Ju11457. b
; prepared to on the in all] its branches March '67. m"
confessed: Provided, That this order be published 278wMullet. carry bnes 7. _
[ andj promises the public good accommodation
once a week for four months preceding the said Rule
Day in December, in some newspaper published in after date, the undersigned administra in his line on reasonable terms. Saws.
the City of Tallahassee. 1 r' BBLS. MULLET, for sale at a reduced price estate of Lewis M.Saunders, deceased. RICHARD SAUNDER. '(XTELCH and ROE Jt GO'S
Ordered at CHAKBEES,seventeenth day of July, 0 by D. C. WILSON. will made his filial exhibit to N. R-James T. Herring is my I,Y Circular Saws from 42 to 64 inches size, constantly -

I A. D. 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. May 23, '67. 21 1 Probate of said county and ask to be agent, has entire conhl of the business, representing for sale at a commission O '.

July 18, 1857. 29-4m Notice.FOUR }} .JOSEPH B. ,CHRISTIE, Admt'r me a fully&i RICHARD was personally SAUNDERS.present prices, by. D> LADD.

) 166mNotice. 1866 Newport, December 20 1856. 61
India Rubber Packing. weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. Sep. 36

of Probate of Gadsden for leaveto
county :&irning Fluid
Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses,from 3 .
INDIA described lauds, to the
sell the belonging Notice.LETKRS
i inch constantly on band at D. LADD. following after date the undersigned administra A. SUPERIOR QUALITY. received and
deceased within
Newport, Oct. 18, 1856. 42 estate of William Gorman, lying estate of Charles S. Sibley, deceased, of adminilttio having been granted OF sale by AMIES A LIVELY.
E of the S W of
to-wit The J
said county, : J section -
county, will present her the day 1857, Hon.
section 20 tbe S W of the S tna account o byte January 81, 1857. 1
20, the S E i of 4 of
of Probate of said county, Judge of Probate for the county of Stte
W J of section 20, the E i of the S E i section 21, MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Admt'z.b Florida, the estate of William-Henry deceased
Thomas White 1 Io Justice Court, for tbe Secr the .V W J of section 28, all in Township 3 N,Range o woo of the late Hardy B. Croom, all Notice.
,. f} end District of Loon County 2, W 492 85-100 less. 25-m- ifat
containing acre more or debts and cf whatsoever mature against the bavin against the estate of
Nathaniel White. ) Debt $2124 Said lands to be sold for division. demand ALL person ? d"mnd
estate of sd Wm Henry Cm. deceased, which W. DeW ,dcll.; of Jafferwo
THE defendant and all others are hereby notified ROBERT GORMAN, Ext'r.AugMt Notce. hall not b ehbit to & aore county, are notified tr present nndi rsignedadminiaiaator
the commencement of this suit returnable to aJustice' 1l), 1861. 88-4 demands of what said ye&prescribed by the stat within the time prescribed by law* Oftheywillbebarredandallindsbt.dare

.Court, to be held at Tallahassee on the 12th the State of i such ease mad and provided, rwj ."
the estate of Roderick .
day October, A. D.1857, and to appear and plead Notice.THE alt K shall forever aa b barred ; ad notice is her make payment immedW sir.

to the same. undersigned, Executor, of tbe last Will and Given under hand and this 24th of of William Gorman deceased late to
my MA .. day oGadsden / within the time prescribed dbuto c and demandswill 4, 'ft7. 1'-8. _
July A.D. 1867. notice all b1lw. be
coutfty gives to person having wilHtt plead in bar thereof expiration pro aford.
EDWARD WEST [I. s.J] claim or demands against said--estate to present ; estate ; ad to unless exhibited within the same, and
are to make t wi
: Justice of the Peace. them properly-Authenticated,,,dvithin' the timo pro requested pa/- be pleaded in bar tht ot 1 otce.

July 25,1657. 30Zni'Vermifuges. cribea by law, or they will be barred;.and all those THOMAS SMITH Admt'r. GEORGE A. ORoM, JUbaVr. LEE&elt been granted t
indebted are requested to make payment immediately. R June 6, '6'!. X3-3m **f the last Will and Tetaroat

ROBERT GORMAN, Ext'r.AugtIlt of John O.Gudpv dteulate mit r tatdent ia
U, 1867. S8-8w the / Notice-i is
60: 4S DOZEN, HeLftoe FahnntoeJc* Vermifuge." Dress'Goods. Notce.SIX hereby 9 given Qai.creditor* IftpU .sod penpes tntiUedtod9UibaUTbamof& -

Notice. months after present my final ac atato of the. a
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4, :Perry'w *Dead Shot for. Worm,- OIX week from date the undersigned will apply.toO I a ceed for Jefferson county,'as adminl-trator of the estate of .fi.r setUemeai.wfthio two yan from t daU,or the
N """' $VermiIige .ovdzrAE5 ,the Probate Court ofLeon ooonty,.for:letters of ,French Pin et Ale B.Lord.,late of said county'deceased, and ask *amewfllbeUrredbytttfttUtat*,& ths jptr$-

8aDbm'," :=.W.. -'1et 1Jll,. .adnnnUtraUoo upon tbe estate Charles D.McCoy, Sampson, and fr discharge from said admmistratoraln'p. ion of that .rIod..
#' '* LIVELY. i late OlLeoDcountyWH.O.'LESTER.. McNAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. WH. LORD, Admfr. tWM. 8.QUNN..and CHA8.H.DlN E".4Qmn
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