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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: September 5, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY JAMES S. JONES. : TALLAHASSEE, @LA., SEPTEMBER 5, 1857. VOL..' 1X,- g,.: 36'Z'


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.1rDft5EUfldL (Cork From the "Night Side of London." in which it was stated that their number- ntTreeatm of Sailors. Reminiscence Napoleon.In Clippings.

London and its People. though very probably there may be some exaggeration -

Think of what London is. At the last census here-is 35,000. If these men How the sailor is sometimes treated, 1810-that memorable year when Rome, Or-: ; The first r- .time j that. ,Jerrold* mat with

MILES NASH & CO. there was 2,362,236 persons of both sexes are married and have families, we get a further be learned from the from may Amsterdam, Dantzic, Antwerp and Paris were, Dibden, the latter said to'iil'tl- :' .

I. in it; 1,106,553 males, of whom 140,419 idea of the deep distress in this wealthy following extract cities of the same proud empire-Napoleon ,, Youngster,have you sufficient confidencein :

UtALERS l'i I were under 5 years of ati ; and 1,225,678 and luxurious capital-this capital where the the Rev. Mr. Taylor's Seven Years' Preach had brought his young bride to Brussels, and : tine to loan me a guinea \I" .

DRrGS, S PAINTS, females, of whom I47j73 were under 5 gold of Au-tralia, thu jewels of Golconda, ing in San Francisco.'' This book gives j I I was received with great enthusiasm and pomp.! I Yes," said the author of Black Eyed

years of age. The nrnarried males were the silks and spices of the East, come for sale, some graphic descriptions! of the wrongs per On the morning after his arrival, he reviewedthe I Susan,' I have the confidence, but I have'nt

MEDICINES, JJ OILS 670,380, ditto females, 735,871 ; the married and are lavished as freely on the most questionable I petrated on sailors : troops of tine garrison in the Alice Vfrle, the guinea."

men were 399,098, the ,.ives -109,831 ; the purposes and persons as on the rro- and as the different regiments defiled before

"\\\7 V OtTLD have inform tleeirfriends hand and assortment the pulilicjtha 06 widowers were 37,080, the widows 110,076.On blest specimens of humanity: and the most When the sailor's bill at the hoarding house him, remarked a grenadier, who bore the (jJII : have'nt opened your mouth
"
they on a good uc the "
articles! us are general kept in their line of business. the night of the census there were 28- glorious objects for which men care to live. runs to him cover advance, the" landlord chevrons of a sergeant-major. Tall and erect, during the whole session, complained a member

find will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Thenterra" 598 husbands whose wives were not with Then think of the inmates of the lunatic asy. says.' to Jack" you must:: ship. his black eyes blazed, like stars, from a face I of the Legislature! to another repre n.

shall be reasonable.Tallahagfce them, and 39,231 wives mourning their ab. lums, and the poorhouse?, and the hospitals, 1 won't do it, says Jack. bronzed by twenty campaigns, while tn: tative. Oh, yes I have," was the reply ;
"
April 9th 1S5S- 14. You shall do it ; you owe me a hundred enor'l I yawned through the whole course of
bent: lords. Last year the number' of children in most cases sent there as the result of their mous moustache rendered his : your

Dr. Miles H. Nash born in London was 86.833 ; in the same period own ignorance or imprudence. Add to these dollars to, and in you the must either pay me" todayor more formidable, or bizcrre.Vhcn the line' speech." .
I sea! ship Challenge.
OFFEBS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS OF 56,786 persons died. Thee Registrar our prison popwlation, and our criminal classes 01 go Oh, I don't want to to was re-funned, the emperor rode up to the i (Or::: I find, Dick that you are in the habit .

TALLAHASSEE: AoI"D SnUI.OL DJ GCO'C "J.Y.OFFICE General assumes that, with the additional and! our prostitutes,-and what a picture Jack. : go sea yet, says: regiment of grenadiers, and called the sergeant I of taking my best jokes and passing them

t with Dr. M. K"ashimmediately east of the I It I births, and by the fact of soldiers and sailors! we get of the Night Side of London, of the Oh well ncvnnmind to the front. The heart of the old soldier elms your own. Do you call that gentlemanly -
landlord
t returning from the seat of war, and of perSons classes whose existence; is a reproach or a clever says thq !beat high, ar.d; his cheeks glowed. conduct ?t" To be sure, Tom. A

I May 19 1855. 201UEDICAL j engaged in peaceful pursuits, settling in curse. In London, ono man in every nine "you're house a fdlow, and you may fotn y at : I have ofn you before," said Napoleon ; true gentleman will always take a jokwlrom

NOTICE. I I the capital, sustenance: clothing, and house belongs to t' e criminal class.! my when as long as you please!' and pay me i .your nsmef a friend." aCRr

0- I' ace mmodation must now be found in Lon According to the last reports, there were drink"you get ready. Come, let's taU a Noel, sire/:: he, answered! with a faltering : Paddy was summoned tJ court for

don for about in London 143,000"llgrants admitted in voice. I
60,000 inhabitants than one
Drs. Robertson & Bond : more Jack to be such refusing: to a doctor's bill. Judge, Why .
very glad on good terms pay
it contained at the end of 18:>5. Think of year into the casual wards of the workhouses.Here Wers you no! in tile anny: ofItal.t"Ct
formed a co partnership in the prnctic with the landlord, walks up to the bur, and do you refuse to pay ? PaddJ'"l1at for
I that the Yes, sire drummer at the Bridge ofArcoW
-
HAVING: profession offer their services to the citizens I population of a large city absorbedin we have always in our midst- drinks to the health of his master. In ten ; should I l pay ? shuro did he give me anythingbut

Tallahassee and surrounding country. I'I London, and no perceptible inconvenience 107 burglars. minutes he is as insensible as a log. Whenhe I: emetics, ind the never a one could I keepon
:f?" Office over the Store lately occupied by Bet occasioned by it Houses are st'll' to let; And you became sergeant ?
housebreakers. stomach all all.
I 10 recovers from his mysterious sleep, he is ': '' m:1jod"I my at at
tun & Higgs. there are still the usual tickets hung in At Marengo: sire. I
Fib. 28, '57 9tIBARNARD 'I lip :38 highway robbers. out of sight of land. lie is awakened by tho (,.: A kiss
windows in quiet neighborhoods, intimating: But since! ) ?l" I Itt } 7 says an ingenious authority,

"E. that apartments furnished: for the use of single 773 pick pockets. stern" command, I have laken mv. share of all! the great is like the creation, but it is made of nothing
Jr.
I I gentlemen can be had within ; the country 3657 sneakstr.on or common! thieve Wake! up hero, and go to vorL"'Fhie I battles." and is very good.

I. 11 horse st"'aipr!?". ft1IoruiJlJin Jiis inquires
WILL CONTINUE THE :I still supplies the town with meat and poor eyes The Emperor waved his hand: the grcnadi'T .
The end of all
I argumentYou're an
141 dog stonier What ship is this ? Whither bound ?r
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS bread, and we hear of no starvation in consequence :3 I To ( ictunioil to the ranks, and Napoleon other."
forgers.2S Hong Ko-g.
spoke to the colonel for a few moments -
deficient rapidly
tT AT THE OLD STAND, SIGS A1 supplLondon ii the coiner I How did I here ?"
gd
!!
healthiest in the -the} quick glances of his towards ,
city world. During the last eyes A Camp Meeting Incident.A .
317 uttcrers of base! coin*. Why, you shipped, sir, says the master.
ten years tIn annual deaths have been the I Noel showing that he was talking of him.-
on
OF THE m MORTAR, 141 swindlers.; I never shipped! in this ship.! inseveral correspondent of the pittsburg Advocate -
I average 25 to 1,000 of the population ; ,in He had been distinguished for his bravery
182 cheats. "Yes, you d'd'I and you must go to in reminiscences of the late Rev.
had some
I' 1856 the proportion was 22 to 1,000 ; yet in battles, but his: modesty prevented ,

'-; C.1nk.of Clinton and Monroe streetsTalWhaesee.Stiiry spite of this, half of the deaths that happen 3113: receivers of stolen goods. the work without any more grumbling, replies his soliciting: advancement, and he had been John A. Collins, we give the following:

19,1556. 8CoPartnership on an average in London between the ages 2705) habitual rioters. I "I captain, sternly. overlooked} in the promotions. The Emperor On the last night of the camp-meeting
1205: want to the articles the
-- ---- --- vagrant. see ,
Notice. i of 20 and 40, are from: consumption and diseases T 0 sailor. says recalled him to his side. for Berkely! circuit, held at a place called
writers.
of the > begging-letter You Irate merited the Cross: :; of tho Legion -
The
; undersigned bare this day entered into r. co- ;i respiratory organs. Registrar 86 bearers of begging letters. Well, !sir, here they arc. What is your Green Spring, Virginia. in the year 1640.n ,
him the
THE in tbeWHOLESALE I, traces this to the state of the street. 6301 ? of Honor, said he, giving one young brother-since gone to his rewardwas
prostitutes. name "
& RETAIL '!I He says: There can be no doubt that thedirts' John he wore. You are a brave man. preaching with great point anJ! power.
is
dust Besides 40 not otherwise described, making My name Waters.. The grenadier, who at this moment stood .
DOIELTTGIBTJSXIffaEISJS, : suspended in the air tint the people There it Collins observed when the intensity of feeling
is written the articles in
: London altogether a total of 16,900 criminals knownto on two between the Emperor and the Colonel, could
I I breathe, often t-xcitcs diseases on the ground Lad reached tU climax
under the and of
name etyle! the landlord
places, once by and once by
i of the respiratory organs.! The dirt of the the police. These; persons are known to j' the not speak ; but his eyes said more than volumes. and knowing that the brother would under-

AMES & LIVELY.! streets is produced and ground down by innumerable make :.wav with ..012,0-, per annum ; the shipping master.! Napoleon! made a sign, the drums stand his motive, sprang to bis feet and call!
-._- I I prison, population at time is j "I never signed those articles, replied I heat rc'.l' there dead silence. and the
I :! horses, omnibuses, :and carriage, [ any particular: z. was a ed out : I want two or three able bodiedmen

>THEY vill be pleased to sec their friends I and then best up in flue dust, which fills the! (6,000; costing for thick year JCHO.OOO.; () Our ,i ijuvenile John." '' colonel! turning towards the new knight, who to take hold of that altar and tear it
and patrons! at the old stand of D.IJ Ames, thieves iiio, replies;;I the I master, you were too
mouth cost! us JC300 api-ce. j with trcmb.ing hands was placing his;; cross
where they will keep a full and general i i and inevitably ontes: the air passages: drunk write there is down, and every sinner on this ground who:
to but
asortiientofArtJc1eapperthiuingtu:! their I in Urge quantities. Tho dust i is not loinovrd Again: let us loci!: at the classes whose labors mail" your name, your upon his breast, said 1 with a loud voice desires salvation to come and kneel wherever

D. II. AMES: ,, dabut and occupations; and modes of lif" are '. In the name of the Emperor, respect Sergeant In
ue of bpilcE8 every saturated with water in the | John his hand his and studiesa he can find a place. an instant several
M. LIVELY. great thoroughfares, sometimes ferments in inconsistent with health, or not favorable toany put to" ; head: Major Noel as sub-lieutenant in your I stalwart mountaineers seized the altar, and

Janaa-r: I, 16l 6. 1 damp weather, a'd at other times ascends great development of moral principle. moment, and says : I want my advance ranks." I, it yielded with a crash,-The effect was

'- --- --LLOYD--- I again under the heat of the summer sun as Almost :;ooaa persons are engaged in Sunday before I go to work ; how much was I to The u-giment presented arms. Noel seemed electrical : there was literally a rush toward
R. !r"One
I JOHN atmospheric dust.! : trading; the number of ragged children I get in a dream ; and only the stern immovable I the !l'tand.-The scene was awfully glorious.

.c"tf.Cc.ccr: London is nearly :30,000 ; the number of families living : hundred and twenty-five dollars, for features of theEmperor prevented him from I
The brilliant! knot
: be fires
: says! IT'-nry: Mayhpw( may pine camp as they
the run, paul in advance, replies tho captain,
ANDCOMMISSION i safely asserted to bo the! most dcnsc-ly populated in one room is estimated as high! as 150-, : ". the falling on his knees. Another sign was!' made, glared np on the grand old oaks revealed be-

. r MERCHANT city in all the world ; containing one- 000. It appears from a report by MrGode. i and here is your: Jicco'jnt from shipping I the drum"' beat, and again the colonel spoke : I neath their waving boughs not only the

: fourth more people! than: Pekin", and two-thirds rich, officer of health in the parish of K'-nsington i I office ; your !bill with the boarding: mas'ertook ,I In the name of the Emperor, rept-ct I ISuh. j space which had recently been inclosed by
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. one huirjrc d dollarleaving me twenty i ifi.e
tint: in place called the Potteries Lieutenant :Noel liiutvnaut in !
: than p a as your
more :ris-more than twice as many the altar fencing, but all around the spot
July 19. 1S5C. 9-1y which ho handed rue to give you when! '
i there are 1,147 human beings, a:1I11,011 pig ranks.I : I
I the had the
--------- "Cor.stantiuoplt<'-four times as many as fcober." where altar been, and far up in
St. congregated; within! a space of less than nine you got ; I This inv thunderstroke nearly overcame
H. BERRY ; Petersburg\"( times as many as Vienna John takes -thj! dolhra; .11.d l lgoos ; I congregation, men and women fallen as the
t\vcnty-fho
New Kcioci: the present number uf pigs: Swing be. the grenadier: ; his knees trcruhled ; his eyts: ,
I or Voikt or : bd JI1'ar1..rseven WOlk.u But ask what di-i! the I slain in battle, agonizing in prayer at the
and Commission to ,
Auctioneer times as many as ['cilia: -eight times as mamas lothc usual average. The dwellings of a you that had not been moi t for twenty yt-ai I benches and the roots of trees."
sailor take
landmark the
MERCHANT. i : Amsterdam-mr.f tines as as Home largo proportion of the inhabitants of this locality : give to : to away were filled with tears, and he-was vainly endeavoring

S3) fifteen times many arc !mc-ie! hovels with shattered roofs his senses (EO suddenly! !I" to' statnmrr his thanks \\Ltn lIe I
Ha, 29,1855.:; !
T ALURAC:1I: Sept. as nary as Ccpenagenndscventen It of A Lawyer's Duty.
limes StocklGlrncf and unglazed windows, the floor is below thelevel was a compound whiskey, brandy, heard a third roll of the drums, arid the loud

: as many! as" l of tine external soil: which has been gin, rum and opiumhich, if a man drinks, voice of his cobnel : When Lord Brougham was counsel for
S. S. KNIGHT, says Horace Say, c'cst :ine roriucf raid I. he sinks into the! Ltthean stream for a dozL-n .' ; I the defence, on the trial of Qaeen Caroline
couteric de Kelsons" It by excessive accumulations of filth! of In tho name of the Empcrcr, respect
J.AUCTIONEER! COMMISSION MERCHANT covrrsan area of hours. ol in 1820 he doclareii
;0 i I of J22 : mil-s in cfeit: m70,02htat-! dl\ kuds, ail: the walN are at all times par : Lieutenant > oel as captain: in your ranks." I England emphatically
t TALLAHtSFEC, FJ.OKIDA.ipteiiiw i gquare lad But the kidnappers practice not alone on that it \ras the duty of a counsel to
ute acres and contains houe Annually tiz.fly) damp : giving:: out nc-stili'nlSal gases; After this promotion Emperor contin-
; 327.391 -
? 1,1 SC3: 03: !I intolerable to those who hare riot been born seamen. Here is a case from the same volume ued his review; with that calm, majestic: air, get his client ofT even though in effectingthis
__ 4,000 new houses:; ate in en'c5in! for he should the
HUGH CORLEY !I upwards of 40,000 The among them, fatal to the health of those who i I : which none who.beheld him ever forgot ; but jeopardize public peace,
1. nfiw
comers.
continuous A landlord, lacking: a man to make: up a I or even cause a revolution in his country.
have. Another of the! miserable Noel into flood of fainted
portion bursting a tears,
line
of
population I
at Law I buildings stretching from Hoiloway crew, met a Gtrnnn" glazer on Lcrg Wharf, This principle was much canvassed at the
Attorney : to Cnrnbenvell is said twelvemiles Ii3 c.inverted; old! caravan bodies, removed I I i iii the arms of the colonel while from the regiment -
ta by with his back and saidto time. At the Oxfordshire
a pack of g'ass on (England) assizes,
I IEIljlr"ctLr
in from their wheels loud united shout of Vive I'-
intohouses
M'Me: cases came a ,
I TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I long. It is computed if the buildings! I I'I ; others have: no other dwellings than I him, "Hie, my good fellow, don't yo'iwant I the ether day, a counsellor publicly declared

January 17,1657.; 8-1 y were set in a row they would reach across ruinous a job I *." t that if he did not feel the justice of his case,
'I bodies
for which
: postcbuise rent of -
the \vholo of England and France, from Yorktc I Yes sir." he should feel it his duty to retire from it.
"
week' is In The Son of Irish Mechanic.
of the
"sixpence per paid. one an
t Benj. F. Young, () the Pyrenees. London: Las 10,500; distinct caravans eight dwell, whom i I want you," said the shark, to put Mr. Justice Brarnwell, a very able lawyer

streets, squares: circuses, crescents! terraces persons among in tho f that the Bench
child! from I some glass stern ( ship, pointingto lately placed in publicly responded {
f DiliillfN ZsiJ.. bisiWpASD I villas, rows, buildings; places, !lanes, a with death sufleiing at the time small-pox of :Mr. Goderich's wns battling visit a ship in the stream. Jump info< my boat The following notice of the late Senator -

f. courts, alleys, mews=, yards, rent. The paved in March.Jr. I here, and I'll take you on board. Rusk appears in: the Troy (New York) "Then you would do wrong. I should
SOLICITOR IN EQIITY,
streets of London, according to a return pub \ Tinibs calculates the number So ofF they went. As tho German ait in Budget : deem at your duty-and I hold it to be the
of
"V\7ILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern CIr I lisbed in 1856; number over 5,000, and exceed professional wit the
the stern of the boat, much pleased duty of member of the bar-to
, I Y euit of Florida, and tbe Federal Courti. beggars: iu London at :35,000, two The nation is now bewailing the loss of every prove
2,000 miles in length ; the cost of thisps"ed prospect of a good job, the shark said to him, if requisite, that black is white ; not that I
(omCE AT OA.nrarn.li ALACHFA OOOKTY.) thirds of whom are Irish. 30,000 men, women Thomas J. Rusk, a gallant soldier the cause
reading fourteen millions and the
was Will have that
member of the bar should
I a cigar. mean
REFERENCES: and children are employed in the cost- you of liberty, and a statesman of commanding any
repairs cost JC1,600,000 per annum. London Yes." do that which will bo immediately
necessarily
I
CIPT. J. ermotiger trade ; besides, we have, according I influence. lIe was the first of the
.J.Lccu. \ among
contains 1,900 miles of gas pipes, witha So the glazer sat and puffed away as he found out from its flllacy-Lut that he
COL. J. D. AICEK. y CJtarletton, S.: C.FEASEE to :Mr.\ Mayhew, 2,000 street sellers of green Texan volunteers to avenge the atrocities ot
t THOMPSON, ) capital of nearly );4,000,000 spent in the ,I used to do in his Faderiand! but before they U buund, where any comment is capable of
sellers
< stuff
4,000 street eatables and drinkables I the :Mexicans upon American citizens, and
Dt JAva S. JOXES, Tallahassee, Fla. preparation of gas. The cost of gas lightingis reached the ship he tutnbk-d:: over in the bottom being made upon the evidence, to make such
1,000 street sellers of stationary, 4,000 served l:1ith'ullJ! through the war for the independence
June 6, '67. 23 half million. It has 360,000 lights ; and of tine bnat. The shark; threw his pack comment fearlessly, and without referenceto
street sellers of other article:: whose receipts of the Lone Star. To his
13,000,000 cubic feet of gas are burnt every of glass into thrt! bay and running alongside, I I his own conviction and that where thereis
A. PERRY AMAKER, are three millions sterling, and whose incomes wise foresight the victory of San Jacinto is !
night. Last year along these streets the haik'd-" On deck there lower away and : a difficulty in the' shade of colour, he is
be down:1.t Let extendour attributable arid when Houston
put once. us mainly was ;
ATTOfclfcY AT LAW, enormous quantity of upwards!! of eight millions may survey, and we shall not wonder that tho I haul up this mar." A rope was lashed around j wounded, ho it was who countermanded the : bound to githe best argument he can to

TALLAHASSEE,FLA. of gallons of water rushed for the"supply him and he hauled The shark ran that his color is "
was j correct.
up.
houses and the and the I order halt and cried Push prove
: public gin palaces- to on, boys, push I Ion
'. May 21, 1858.; 20 of the inhabitants, being nearly double whatit into the Captain's office, saying, Captain-j What is tho opinion here? Some things
casinos-and the theatres-and the I and they did push on, with the terrible :
was in IS 15. Mr.\ Mayhew if the pennygauIannd I've first rate sailor here he's a little but will! "
EDWARD M. WEST. says the lowest and"iles't places of resort got a ; war cry of retribution, Remember the Alamo : ( not many) puzzfo a Philadelphia
.
entire people of the capital were to be drawn but he'll be alll light tomorrow this
boozy to-day: Perhaps
lawyer. Brougham.Bramwcllcase
S in London, are full. In Spitalfields there !' As President of Texas and its chief I
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, op in marching order, two and two, the ;" and got his advance. The poor German of black and white is one of them.A .
with but in his of and
t are 70,000 weavers lOs per week ; justice, advocacy annexation, as i
of the of Londoners would than
length
great waked at with a longer job
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. army sea,
there are 22,479 tailors! 30,805 shoemakers, up United States Senator: since that event, he
I
be less than 670 miles and of the j
no and the
14 I supposing he had engaged for, worst
April 5, 1856. 43,028 milliners ; sempstresses, 21,210 ; bonnet occupied commanding position", and in every: i Doc FIGUT.-\ beautiful dog fight
them to move at the rate of three miles an business, be must not only work !for nothing, '
makers, 1769 ; cap makers, 1,277.- situation showed himself a true American. ; cams off on the Sand ford, street course .
hour, it would than ni-ie the whole yesterday
Anderson J. Peeler require more days but bb kicked and cuflcd through
and What hard, wretched work is theirs And yet his father was a stone mason, :and I between Spunk, got by Chip out of .
nine for the
nights to
population for the to impose
average having presumption
_
and Counsellor Law voyage from Ireland who settled in
at Clio she Caliban
an emigrant and
Attorney pass by. To accommodate this crowd 125,- himself an able seamen, when he knownothing by imp[ Plug out of

SOLICITOR IN EQUWY, 000 vehicles pass through the thoroughfaresin i TilE TONGUE.-A white fur on the tongue as about the business. The cigar was Pendleton distr.ct, South Carolina, upon land I Ugly, she by imp Kamchatka. Plug was

JfEW PORT FLORIDA. the coarse of twelve hours ; 3,000 cabs, attends simple! fever and inflamation. Yellowness drugged.On belonging to John C. Calhoun, where Thos.J. largo and ugly ; Spunk thin, smooth about

of the tongue attends a derangementof Rusk was born. Such a man would have I half as large as Plug, very light aft, but cor-
TIL t. Practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit 1,000 omnibuses. 10,000 private and jobcarriages one occasion a shoemaker stepped to
the liver, and is common to bilious and been prohibited from holding office were the dy. The first round and
't <*oecl5l: attention paid to coiiccting.iItar4b and carts ply daily in the streets; the bar: to take a drink and waked up the was very exciting,
'67. 12 the typhus fevers. A tongm vividly red on the his I know nothing party: iu the ascendency; the was witnessed by a splendid crowd. The
!i, 3,000 conveyances enter metropolis daily next day at sea, and did not get back to ,
from the tip and edge or down the centre or over the blood of his father would have worked an attainder windows of the Republicans establishmentand
surrounding countiy. business for nine months.INTERNATIONAL
FLOYD & HOLLAND, the whole surface, attends inflamation of the against him, and the country must those of Kibbe A: Crane's candy factory

Attome- at Law. Speaking.. generally, Tecnyson tells us,- mucous membrane of the stomach or bowels.A have been deprived of his eminent services. presented a very animated appearance*

"'XTILL practice in lb. CircnC/ 0utti of Middle Every minute dies u man.Every ." whitevelvettongue attends mental diseases.A HORSE-RACING. ( ill. This one practical illustration ol tho folly Bigelow's sieve factory was in commot; ot/
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t r '" and Vttt Florida, and in the C pretne Court minute one i is bom. tongue red at tbe lips' becoming brown, patrick, the rider of tho American horse Prioress and injustice of distinctive Americanism carries The shoemakers on the corner susp "

.f the State. Al*>in the District Court o: the Lnl"ld .In'London, :Mr. Mayhew calculates 169 [*'('n. dry and glazed, attends typhus state. Tho in the lato race for the Goodwood cup, with it a stronger argument than any operations at mid-peg. Plug threw ; .

State.,in the Northern District of Florida. I ple die daily, and a baby is born every five description of symptoms might be extended has addressed a communication to Porter's that ever emanated from the secret lodges, and Spunk threw Plug-Spuak c R IU*.

R.J.FLOYD, Office Apa1acbi.ola! Fla. minutes. The number of persons, says tlif infinitely, taking in all the propensities and Spirit of the Times, on what he conceived to under the delusive cry that Americans must the last time quietly masticating mJ"tFp! :
Fla.
Dec.22.D.P.HOLLAND 1855. fil Office Quincy, Registrar Ge 'eraJ I, WhO died in J856, in 116; obliquities of mental and moral condition.The be the causes of the defeat of the American rule America.' Where in the annals of our and bearing an ugly mark acr a. ar,

public i institutions, such workhouses. and tongue is a most expressive as well as horses. According to him, they were in IO history can we point to a man more deeply drawn straight over, like ad O6S h*? ,cqs ,

WILLIAM i lWOiTH, hospials: was 10,381. It is really shocking unruly member.-Scientific American.As .. condition to run" Prior in particular being so imbued with the spirit of true Americanismthan tude. At this point, they w' cgree f*D g!.

Attorney and CoimseM at Law, to think, and a deep sligri:?* on. the people,- ; fat that the day before the.race Mr. Ten Thomas J. Rusk, the son of an Irish another magnificently. E f C WIQg ,one

MOifTICELLO. FLORIDA.1ciLia or on the artificial arrangera uts of SOCI6.yby the subject of ploughing by stea'n is Broeck had almost concluded to withdraw mechanic !I"The i what dying away ; the I.ie*:S nL rm "

which much i is penetrated, him. The trainer had allowed both of them I and drew them Ts Ja r .
: in the Court of the. Middle Cir- so poverty justly exciting interest among farmers, wo F
practice! | and had neglected, by I '
ae too
of 1 fiVe. v..10 to become fleshy, flirt ff onta,
t tt GaW.ach2.1S5G. tbat nearly one person out ::T following notice on a dainty bit of tFqit'Jg
cnit, andThoiidS: and Lowndei County, state that :Mr.:\ II. F. ,Frt'nchho alien- that appears e A
may to A.
I. them produce >
vided frequently
his under roof exercising: partieAn: J (DOna.
? IS-ly last closed! days a p round, both '' '
year law or public charity. It is calculated dad the late fair of the Suffolk County Agri- attenuated and muscular appearance which country meeting house t come to time that tfcr "AU""" ifc&0 aalou. .lb..

LONG & GALBRAITH, I 500 by drowned in the Thames I I c' ltural Association at I Ipswich[ England saw the race-horse in high condition should always .1 Any person sticking bills against this their seconds awjj." rom

ATUNE' AT LAW TALLAHASSEE, FLA. people are exhibit. He denies that the horse was church will be prosecuted according to lawor PD? pitched in- Th' roa.i
every year. In,the first week of the present an acre ploughed in tvn hour by a steam was dehghtfnl. Plug threw
\f A.LONG t J.B.ALBRATTH have jusgocii.L from badly ridden by him, but, on the contrary, any other nuisance. 8pun k .
deaths intemperance died him
five hut
there were exhibited there-so he writes to the '
aJLfd themad in the of La They year plough he went of the course trying lo free L1inIe1 t'l frOm
vel practice 'If. wretchedness lies says that over a part 0r: Advice should always be given in the
*iU attend Middle Circuit,the Supremt alone. How much Farmer. Wo have had Spunk's grasp upon his under
tLe CoorU in the New England ,a good which "had been previously chosen by Mr. ;hew tim'F
facts! for tho deaths from actual smoothest and most polished medium-as his feet
Cecrta and tho District Courts of the United in these two He thinks that if Prior and upon again. The crowS Jncr..cj .
invented in this Ten Broeck.
tat.e to I, sterna ploughs country, will Bco nurses administering medicine
at T .1 .ha.uee. intemperance bear but a small proportion many you seconds undertook to dos :

Office) oppotite the Court House. the deaths induced by the immoderate use of but !has any o: e over seen an aero ploughed Prioress were put in proper condition, they to children in a silver spoon. crowd cnedlet 'em hive pull'it the apart;
horses with 6
of the .
beat English
could ut-sport
JPctobur 28. 18S4._ly_ liquors ; and of the 500 drowned, all of ibem? any is'i.iiu" etui** ; J'4W3 locked ex.
intoxicating by any or whom they have competed. As to the report 03: Why young Udy like a ; waWxxrf of water

.BICHABD: BRADFORD, by far the largest class, wo have every reason ..:: that Prioress could have bean ridden confirmed drunkard I-Because -.neither of thrown ?* the dogs headl f.r a wed at empt',

to believe, are of the number of whom The arc bragging fan invention them is satisfied,with- moderate of the to pull them ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW papers better by an English jockey, he says it is use apart ; Spank' t tfrbidlj
Hood 'rott'- bv which leather can be tanned in ten min simply absurd. The peculiarity of the English glass. tailed m Plug'aear; t mendoaitt'eitemwt ;

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 'I Mfl utes.V 0 have seen.the human riding, that they t a W (Oi ice in the Port omBuilding.) Glad to death's mystery should undertake G& "Call that a kind man! said an actor little dog ; great (dog nowier Tbw
to
May !3, ":7. 21. I I Swift to be burled,- tanned in five. Some schoolmasterscan slack rein ; and if they he. thinks the horses speaking of.an absent' acquaintance ated.ooe of tha mOlt wciting: 'aAiferttinir.termin-'.
anywhere ride American racers, "
t Anywhere in less than two. man who is from His family, and never -.I
do it .. away eievatInghumaziiziog .
| tfut'of the werldl"! with and tire themselves UQ Ioio1'eontestaj
them -
would
'WILLj %.ld ;&o------- runaway sends them a farthing! Call that ,.kindness I" that ever o nrred Utween' 1",. eH .

A71rgR Y' 'i has just been held of the unem- Or The man tbat Oh'd" for a I lodge in out on the first start. Unremitting kindness: ;," Douglass Jerold and tha Rep Dcu oJ *.._ iit i .-..oe1.


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with it The mind of the American orator of Jack [For the J-loridian. d" Journal.] From the Washington Union- : the Emperor and Prince Altert entered their pony E=aLUt1Ofl COfti. u.im.CLgVZWW. .

;ftc.dbiall) mirnalTALLAJIASSKK Ban, we fear, h.-.s been perturbed ly occa-ional visits TIlE cnisis. A Word of lixpla nation. carriage and drove at once to the house.entertained til
Captain the IloD. Joseph Denman
.- of the ghost eta defunct organization, and, like August! 18th. ThcKanma correspondent of the In our article .Saturday, ns well as in other articles the officers of the Reine llortense and the' two tlonal Emancipation. ThY.A07.Botcre Conrtatloa. the N.
.r- --- % %tWfl the gravtjr.rd apparatiou, he crief, Give me my I Democrat says, Ge.v. Walker is indignant nt Ju.heCato's on the subject of Kansas, we have had occasion French war steamers whlclr escorted her ((1* Oortd this dtJV seijee wwlutUnw were BOW la tenioa j in
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Give ule I" In this forlorn to refer to the extremists of the South who and Pelican eta magnificent banquet the tameevening. Introdno d to
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party party condition the fwtnre
my day principal of
------.* decision, that a payment of Taxes is n rcep.it- have been so bitter in their denunciations of Gov."Walker. which is t nuke the
TtR.t SEPTIOT13KR 5, 1857.. Col. Myrick hns our sympathy, but we are site qualification for voters." It seems that some of our friends have In order to at rest thee numerous rumors General GOT rnmnt aa Agent for the people la the
put
deeply concerned left he should not find the object The foregoing extract is taken from a paragraph construed our strictures as applicable to nil who which are at present current as to its being the intention Idhin cause of eman ipation the mm, paying of to each Stat* bol
For wile $t this office, a few Copies of BEPOKTS ofX'tuoi solicitude have expressed a disapprobation of the course of ? slavery $180 for each !
of his importunate ehort of the distant contained iu the Richmond Enquirer" of the 21st of the Imperial visitors to visit tho Man further,Unit each State shall iTf and
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argneJ au J adjudged lu the Supreme Court of tbiiEUU. Gov. Walker. Such has not been our purpose, and moat pay to the *laTft.i
State and not there unless he chester Exhibition, we can state- positively
Maryland, even ders an additional mm of '
inst. and that is to vindicate the $75 for
as laboring that those who have each
at TVrms IK-1J 1857. paper we are not willing provoked that whatever in relation to the intended */ etnan.
hastens with accelerated movement. sentiments embraced in the and these strictures should be regarded as the nothing c'vpateel. The latter mm to be raised
proclamation To- proper
: movements of the Court has been allowed to trans the Dy a
Tar and former In
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of the democratic sentiment of the Government
To Correspondents.' Chinese Sugar Cane Syrup. peka address of the Governor, it comes to us with representatives pire as yet, beyond the mere- fact that, except for The resolutions are still under bonela.
The of the of Southern discussion
South.
position great body
short excursions in the yachts, neither the Memgrg.
The suggestion made l-y II. is a ge od one, but We acknowledge the reception, from Mr. R. K.Diirr some degree of authenticity. If the fact announced Democrats differ from Governor Walker, but who Emperor or Empress are Royal likely to quit the island.It Elihn Burritt, Gen-it Smith, and other. partti

o-tt ing to the summer tlaggiibnces of our community of Gadsdon county, of n bottle containing in this paragraph be authentic, it only shows that are determined, notwithstanding that difference, to i* considered by niose who have the best opportunities ting.
the Governor is eletermineel to make short sustain the administration of Sir. Buchanan is one
present information these
hail well unelertolie to Etrnddle manufactured from the of obtaining correct on
yoa as a FUHbiam syrup new cane recently
the of such avowed extremists and
work of the Kansas and to' thing, and course matters (hat it is the Emperor FEDMiL APPONTirNT&'fl1.
difficulty, just probable may
lo to such dcm"ftstr3tion. introduced for culture in iftate. \Vc feel conquer a Prwdenl Lu .
as attempt gtt up a our gratified (Ijsiiirionifrts ns the Charleston Mercury" is quite aj>
'' virit to the and also to the
dockyard Tucker
'Wear* in receipt of the cotnj linier.t ry review that we are authorized by the article iUelflo] pence: at every icrtec. It is but another step towards another. From !time fir t, we differ to the extent James pay a private Bainos, on Saturday morning, before her pointed Beverly of VirgUia.Conanl at Li*-
that eif subnu.--'ioii te Black which has been exhibited in editorial columns erpool, vice Nathaniel Hawthorn
of CoL Ermine's l-gnl argument, which will appear pay, that it is of the finest quality and flavor of prejfeiunel abyss our sailing with the troops for India. Beyond this and rerfpiej ; ITerry

licit week. Sacharine production, with a transparency and conFisteney publican bohlnesp, sx> clearly indicated in hUfiist feeling confident of the democratic that such difference will lead but to with no the fact that there is to be an early soiree dtntante W. Spencer, of New York, Consul at pj,, vice M.

two tmncs in the affairs of this territory.( S ywhat rupture organization ; Osborne hon e on Saturday, nothing is known. McRae, resigned ; John Eadlich, of
rarely surpassed by the best prepared eyr- the latter we have no sympathy, und there can beno PennsjUania
iion. n. v. SucH. about Robinson There seems little doubt that the visit will terminate Consul at Ba'le, rice Mr. Lee ,
and Ijine. it is
deceased
wemay Thev
up frt.m the ordinary sugarcane of the country. [per bond eif union between m. have madly on Monday the 10th. ; Charl J

.V*> lht ii the ]>lcaeure of grct-Jia this glcifl-'tP Vi'c rrturn .'ir thanks: to Mr. l ;irrf(ir the following fe'-tly manifest flint they have too much nerre fe>r nnd wantonly pl.i'-od themselves without the pale Fox, Michigan, Consul at pinirall, ?JCe Mr.

i:. o"r i'mctum on ycstoi'Jay. lie i is iu fiu : henlih.au letter eu.tiunin in the Secretary of the1 Treasury. "vVhnt i is this I utn of the democratic party ; they: war both upon its Three Days Later from Europe. Thornton/resigned ; ErnMt Volger.of Viginia
:? many: t< retting particular and determined Con-
organization amid its principles, are as
.:l ivjiorts i.othing of interest t'icia the field of respe-ilifig tlii' fX"tic phi it. jleh'ing e>f tha eontmovery ? Governor Walker | to destroy its power and influence ns the f>ul at Barcelona, rice Pabalo Augnera, the present

muitarv operations. l< confluent that the Indians QriNCY, Arg. SI;J 1S.">7.Dnir was ('iTui.5ioIi(1! 1 l.y the I'rcc-idenf, unde-r dear and most uncompromising portion e>f the opposition.Indeed .- ARRIVAL
will L the ixuling laws of the territorial in elf-times with the avowed enemies eif the administration ---4
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nil. that Sir-I s-cn-1 you tfie ixsult of rather an ini- nnd the we are relieved from the
see 1-- the A insular of the 22nd gunner Mtsovt
"Circnoxa.
p rftct experiment in part, nude 1-y inc.itli the e-ppoMtietti[ [ to tlieBlaik Reptblicin organization, odium of an association with them the better for HALIFAX, Aug. 21L-The steamship America ar I -The St. Louis Leader givw
Lnc:3 A. Church, J.. of M.ieif:i, has lorn apj Sichre Chinese Cane-the wtik. which was in uvowe'd rebe-llion] .0gainst the nuthorirv time democracy nnel the country. rived here thia morning with English dates of the the following an the result of the Missouri election
oir.o'! Cc l. Ke>'..'rs. Q-urter M-uter: cf his RI-.T- orgo or Sugar past 15th instant. *
> by i of ih'j General Government ; nnd to arit him Another word eif explanation in reference to our in 107 counties.
iuKa": No Indian News of uoiiieiit.Firt I Lad alio'it one aero aadahttlf, on land that l.a i in I th'- t-Meution tf his functions eifi nitick' ofyosfcrdny: It is proper that we should The Atlantic Telegraph cable parted when the Stewart
high a
poition
-< been tndt sti'iily cultix ntimi' for t-cvcn veer*, "i i igi say that the (opinion t herein expressed, that there expedition was three hundred and thirty miles from Roll in 47,311!
Cotton in Jlnrkct. r.nlljof oak a ml! hickory groa tli. It v..i* planted i I tin' regular army! was plae: 'd at hi* command.To was no pro-ability of Kansas becoming a free State, the shore, on the morning of the llth inst. At the *. 47,239Stewart's

Thrcoales f new Cotton wr brought t > tLU I in April, l.ul fu-m the e''ld rpm iig, the stan 1 v/-.s I ].r.>|.erly nppre'ciatc' the conduct of Governor %_its but our own individual opinion-anel that, too, tini" the cable broke there was a heavy swell, and majority
Walk'-r, it i is mve--ary: to advert to the principles not ex1ire-ire of our wish on the subject, but rather the engineer, finding the cable was miming out too 12
tnirkrv Mr. Robert luiiue-s of Tl.ojnas ccurty, imperfect, eonsoijut-i.tly ha: l to be transpl-i'ited in fnt the brakes
ei'ibiMced in tl.e- (IfS si ei'iii'lu.-ieiti which! ? >ome-d to u* inevitable. applied more firmly, when it part
Ga., oii u ?2-l inst.,ami sold to esr#. Ikir & Iu!
for 15 ts. per jxiunJ.] Quality n.iudliiig ftir.r. hocir j an l one 1.l.lmgh1ng. Th llr.-l txj-eriisient the- Kansas NM r.i-ka Act, the notion of tl.etinitorial lie stthijt'e.t to misconM ruction. As conductors of nnntiin.il miles per hour. The Cyclops immediately returned WASHIXOTOX, August 26. -Lieut. GeL Scott
legi-.ttnro! nnd tle position i[ nsc-timed 1- have to Valentin* Bay with Mr. Field who hastened has
was mnde in its uwnv.f.utuu1, a-s H on as the heads ytho orsrnn, we felt that it is our elutv to to arrived here, in obedience to the
of Marianne i Candidate a-l deal with prini-iples. We have been amid shall London to consult with the Directors. The Agamemnon telegraphic dig-
\ D. Barnes Esq., ? n I he-rent- t lie IVpcka I Convention.l eontirnwto sent him
Judicial woro fully oit, itsyMdin juice VT.S as niueh as I bo, bold and untiling in time advocacy of Niagara tlfl(1 Susquebanna, would remain on patch and to-day is in consultation with
for the oniee of Jjo'Ieilor tf tLVctrri l ll.e. organic not t the esl-iblishod
when fully: matured, but 1 rai.ch; lcs in .3-rip. >y piinciple' was the great principles of the democratic pnrty-in the spot a short time to make experiments In deep the Secretary of War in reference to the
military
Circuit. The last expfrinti.t !.:'. rc ulu-d in making eight that the people of a tcrrite>ry have the exclusive regard to Knns-ns amid all other questions. Whether water, ((2,000 fathoms,) with n. view to future uqe. movements in Kansas and Utah.

CoL S. K. Stephens, the present able Solicitor of giillons of the pure ftufT, such is aecoinpanics this right to create and regulate their local institutions, Kansas is to be n free or n slave State it is our duty fulness, and would then return together to Plymouth. -.4 m

the MMdie Circuit, is announced in this ay"s paper without interfe'i*' ne-e from any quarter. The nvownl and our pleasure to leave to the free operation of The experience thus far obtained is considered A30TUZS
(C'IIiilII1'2tiO1)! and v.'Licli will rhr itself, :i ito non-int'Tve-ntion principles of the Kansas bill.In of great value to the future operations of the ndlDCSR* OP NZW TOIK an TUTim* TO
as a candidate for re-election. of this principle wns the act of the ele-moeratic GOOD ZflZCTS Or
mtrit. this view of the sul je-ct, nn expression of the company, who entertain no doubt of ultimate sncce. Dr. Itt'Lane'
I tried a holler i>r so to Me if it would mnke n- party, and although denounced by some of the whig opinion that Kansas would be the emeor' the other, .-' v They are now considering whether to make Liver Pill,
C2: ? Those who are desirous of purchasing nSaw leaders I tiny South eommnnded the in of the- action of another effort after the PREPARED BY FLEMING
par, but l''. not think it will ; I am icady to admit j ( approval) of a antieipatiem ( the people of Knnanson equinoctial gales or wait BKOS.Nrw .
Mi!! cheap, woulJ do well to read the >dertifomect large JIO1'LIOII of the intelligent men of that party.As thesubjiet, we mire free to admit, may be regarded until next summer. The impression prevails at TOM, Anguit 80.13S2.
hat it be i in 1
of Mr. Ladd! in todiy'papcr.. 1 may n-it e-iling enough ea- from fonio towards the as pn-mnturc'[ It was certainly with no wihen Liverpool that the trial will be renewed in October. gi7Th.: U lo certify that I have had the Live Com
an
othe-r cause, that it has: not de.ne se>. Forgo Suchro.s ineipienf stop organisation of exhilit Ot ion to i imilimi mice such n result I that wespoke1. The East Indian, mail had arrived. The city of plaint for five years, during which time I have tried
I the toiritory. it was nmjosary I to doi-lare i in that act (Our l.one-t e-onvie-tie De-lhi had not fallen the all known remetlien, but lUnont
gi1mmi1 t-r cru l.i-s easily] and will yield to the cine >n ithat this vexed on 27th of June. The rebels to no purpose. Hearing cf Dr. M'-
The Tallahassee Seminary. who should be entitled to yoto ntivjtfst\\ election ejiiestie-n will lie rott1'l fairly by the people ot'Knna had made several desperate sorties but were Lane's Celebrated Lire P1IU, I conclude to
I :iU>ut half a* niiie-h :.s our own und-1 sugar eane- try a bo*. I
We specially invite the attention of our readers for numbers. of b-pslatlire*. If is < to riiif t theMi- o\v n views nnd wishe", and that no each (tune repuls-l with erent slaughter. The re ( did BO, and am now aimort cured. 1 think one box
I allude to the e'w-l s-talk. It boils dov n readily% my memory outri.leiiiiliieiieo I has deI I hellion had been crushed I will effect a more
to the advertisement of this Institution in the :ip-- or enight to control that nt Arunzebnd, Sirsa, amid ptrmanent cure. I can cfccerftilly
not :it fault, (for 1 have not chime I recommend
: a act bcfoieme
and take's n1out eif to make : copy I Allahabad but tbeie PQJ lo all
with eight jrall. n y.iic" one e 1-11)11. was extending in other parts. The who may infer from liter
propr'te column. It is appointed n faculty -,) "all]j eirizflis eif the! I'nited State ur'de-nt I have also complaint I
of ryrup. It yield* more fodder than Indian corn nt u -- Punjaub was quiet. The barracks nt Cnwnmpore koowu them uaed with time most happy

of teach' whose educational attainments \vould and of good quality, c.-i-U-f fome twelve or lift eonhiirhels I the I time in I tliO""terntory," \\eri- I thuqualitied.. fn % iit of tlH'ir ?Jajo'.iies lime Emperor nndol" were cl<>sely besieged by the insurgents, but reinfiirccnic.nts cases of sick-headache, or dyspepala. resolu In

the Character and impart eclat to the highest nil r/"Vre-le'itieiii- lir-'t fimIpre't the French. were marching to their relief. The MES. SWIFT, Xo. hat
grace h'g'ulafire: electedv.3, Attorney stref
I of soe-d, whk-Sinre* line! for s-toi-kand( t
institut. of the country. AVe have, heretofore, poid"try j given I the tei lie (On: I tl.e liIirnimig of the .Vih of August, at a rniKho.nlli whole of Oude had rien, but time insurgennts were rr Parchasera win be meftif to ask toe zig. il'LASEH
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particularly hog-, which are fond] power pri-.scriU I qualifie-atinii: ofV kept in check by General Lnwrcnce. CELEBP.ATED
FaiJ ci.h the t-ulject of home education, exceedingly r hot;; than \>';a:> ir/'n-'i-ally I nntieipated by t the Calcutta was TERMIFUQE, manufactured by Fitmsu
o upon of both stalk and seed. Nov.tLis npj. -ear-* to b*_* (.tef |>iililie ut lariro, tin- i.om. and [Emprc: ) ?* of I the j I Ifrrmli more tranquil. A portion of the troops from China, Bno,. of mt&Hrgfi, Pa. AH other Vermifugei in
that to scy more rr.ig'it be' offensive as supereroga lather The li-s--latiri> thus i l-c-te'd in addition to otlu mtiri vii( at I >I-i ln.eTho vHt be-yon.l] all j j jeloul had arrived there. The London Times' correspon ioutr 3 worthier! & Dr. M'Lane'i genuine eompari-
a sorry turn out cr.r.ipni-td with our sugar j Vermilnge, al*>
tion. TIj.-; permanency 'of this Seminary is fixed tialili.-.-.t ji t etlV and Mich dent Kiythe new outbreaks are less serious than bia celebrated Liver Pillf
j '1 )15, pi-iM-iibed I theey t ul/ till tie to.'cirf :i a- piivat.: one-, : [1t.1-Ca1''i0mi5 | can now be had at ail resprctallv
which with cane My impression i is that It will nuke half as Ipivi 1 j the first ones. drug store,. front
endowment taVi'ii! itiriirc it.s gfiulnt
upon a .RSI? pecuniary a ffitoriitl lt. "1 l1'is O.-H ti i luiiiir ki |1t.> -o I that without At tignaturt of
j much ns e-'iie will on the same qualiticnti'-n v.as ns es.siitial hirn1 iv hmit-ver j Ad\ ices from Madrid state that the Mexican Envoy [81]
rudeut cannot be exhausted, a con- I syrup sugar quality: i.ot hint : i-kno\vn e I rutnagement with the well assured i l.-tnd bi'tide-S tJic fi ddtl* andse-e-d, iti La marC than to time lighlfiYl e-xer.-i->eof suffrage, a4 was nmcvt-iientr, of tho I Jmpt-rial visitors, ni' i but f for tli<' '| had nutitied the Mexican Cotmoil that thcSpau-;
t-ideratio i when} coupled re M< nco. No one-, (? I Robinson i in-l I his s.liitii.r, the i Ui! Government had ni'ponoVd negotiations
half a1 much, ns it Mill take fur toul of the avf ; c-) i'oyul ; (in tie\t IflOrtiiti(. v -ry tY.v j c.nd
*'tncien'Tof facal'y of Toaohtrs ought |*o give e'1mtnl'1l .1] ever quesi| iud tl.-' authority e-f the L.-'Wutuiv to Would Ilitvekti.iwn th'-y 1 mmii e'jii.e fit ,till. < sl>r rritv 'J that, consequently, tin Mexican subjects in 'jipain OzYE: sre requested to announce Col.

entire ciiele-nce to the Iloiiel.i j-uMic, nn.1 eontn.inJ 1 cane iirjirly one fourth of:ui acre: to 1 plant t or.e :iirelh ihi-s coiidilioi. prc -ei1- \ ::! -.! ficilitit a f1r sueii stiivt: ree-lu- I had bee-n placed nn'l.-r the protection of France.I S. B. STEPHENS as a candidate for re-election
i- I r.e-it ymr, < !" 1etyear* it l.a 1 bn elitii u'.l to iiipo-i_ At a. i-u1 -(- ':it I pe-ricd slut: ;, not lh'- .& :. ; ei Itt-Ii'ii i f I Kmr.: .-rnrs bu ti-! I j The foreign atnba* adr.rs at 'Constantinople were the office Solicitor te>
invigenating of
: patronage' the
win Middle Circuit
n uboiit t'lor-kr an ek'ciion f ir deli-gat: s to still waiting instructions from their at the
aiaVc cane in this ngii!, owing tlh e-eild nr.d unell-tHi-be-l *|tii -! oi a jirlv.itifan.ily.; : 'I lie iIIut respective
*a < fninie-, e-oiiMitutio!:, te > t tri.>!is it.elivl: I l.t-eU I be Governments before leaving. election in October next.VR .
of Jn -Jt-oii. ItenntifnlConsi.tenc difficulty! in jiri> The American Party < : for ndn.i--aioi M.d slop out of I < i'!' yachtil'esl: i.f the door eifOshorn. -
: u eeivei ign t.-.tt'-of the Ozr \
-. Sorgo is certain can be frc'ia Man-h eonfiii are autborizecl
to
planted to
} ; .- Ii..tme.! i1.- cirti ug: I in m the samna' qnit and A Masonic Movement. announce C
A meeting of the Auie-iionn party of Jackson Juneeui) : 1 e; esilv* t ram>]ilar.tcd with ordinary *-rae-y, they further ]'i'- rit.-.I l thnt I the voters r.tj pfrfectly unri-trii-tt-d t m.tii-r. Seh: atl/it f J"irnreof We *ee it stated in the Richmond that the I-A. BRYAN as a candidate for re-election to the office

County was held in the twn ofMaiianuaoi the bthi.lt. FeaH.'iiand gn.ws off finely.To t j i thai e-Ie-e-tioii, shod:;] }JV' gl-tcied tlif-irnaiiu-- aveifeis prlvuy was the \ i-it of the Grand Duke Con- Ma-onk, Lodges Virginia have originated papers a plan of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at the election iu October

: to nominate c-anelielatv! f>r Co nf-y cfi'c f, at elex conclude the v.ide! nutUr: it leis-s nothing within! u yive-n jie-i-iiul ot' 1!lime, niitvri.'r to -tiinlii.o, t hut to tliii hour a ru.-pi-et.tble niiiiority frtlie purchase of Mt. Vernou. They toget. next
and liia cabinet from its Sacharine 'lli.dav of election. Tliiw-;. .1 provis>ion i'it only Li lleviho i.tvoio.im.: .- nl all. lime earn': opinioniam. proposed
Mr. liuchanan for
calJu-lra to tltuounce j r-mj.tity planting: a the* the fcube-rdinate
.<,! ot tain with rcrarl to I tlie-rmpororand I'm- lodges to contribute one dollar ozr WK
an-J the democratic j.rea of F ori.la. The fj\r- I othtr! pre>ehc 'S a fine- fodder nnd] an nbund.ince
it that animated the jn-f.e-oe--ling5 of the meeting M't-d, und will] n.ake two crops frun one iiIaMin; I i appropriates in the* I then eircuin-iai.-i s ofj to kee-j) all relating to their move-meuts Ve-rnon estate is #2GOOOv', and the Masonic statistics as a candidate for re-electi.n to the

imparte l to them sue-h a bgrec of beat, partaking the same year, which if hot lit for giindinc.i will ;j 1 tho t teirilory. I If w.-ts a j<;nal -btike(' to the i fiieioiisiiitirfirenooof strii'l !;, ?ecre-t. A mo-t vigilant surveillance is kept show that time order numbers three hundred thousand office of Judge of Probate of Leon county, at the
i.;|> in the noi<;iihoi'ioi>.l of (O.bo'neand, in-Juvd, election in October next.
of the very \irr.s of tins dog uays that) we have <3e-- Eiake fine food for lu'i-e-*, 1zo-, ite. 1 am in f'-r | tin* Mne-a< li!=rt1s AidSoe-i. lii-s, all over the ;Ivand! by a strong force of the police ; so that if all the lodges in the Union accede

erred noticing. tliem uni'l the mid-Euuimcr calorie'had more next y.ltr if lif.> Lifts. i- nnd n proud i vindie-ation:::-! ti! fiiargi'! of [,'< "- specially I brought! (Iee-mI frm London f-ir the purjn to the proposition_and the probability is that they Ozr MR. EDITORDo us the favor ton

been part'.nllv extracted by the cool an.l mitigatiiig Very I'e-pe.-tfulJy, yours Ae\ j j I der Rt.fii-ini-ni." The position e.1 tlieToprk.i rrlieIs > JLU.i'Jl '1 vas (Itme (if iitifeiiiijiroinisiiigatitjigotii.-m. The-v I lie 1-reach p( Hc.o. Uoals hnvi- been appointed tokt1
reeze cf a sjej.tcinl morning. JJ.I:; DL'RH. I upon aa a fixed fact. of Leon at the
,
olFthe ensuing election in OctoUr
I diid I the riirht f Cnpjnvs limit guard i"-ae-li at O-borno : and to allowno
"VTe ocnfess that we are taken somexshsit aback --- e> to I the qunliliiaj shore eir trango boat under nny prt-tence what- I nextMr. RICHARD SAUNDER.S.
_ with ajtcitiishme-nt at the character of The Ciliiuili hani ('a.e.i'm I of the-voters nt the fn-.t clot-lion. They de- The Wealth Georgia. .
jire-eating j cvcr to approach it ; e> that! in tin- present iii.-tnnce, The MANY VOTER:
these re,&-iuiions. The Know Nothings Jack.-on invesligatie'ii of this C.-IM before the Court of j 'nie-d the legality (ifS tli,? Tt-nitorial or-raid/.iti-in, the hunt rio! vi
ire the last men in the world to re-open their Ordinary in Ne-w Fork, has>brf-ji brought ton c"oo. j \ihie-h(: came into, be-ing under that limitation amid in having, indee-d effected a really [privnte visit to Ssate increased thirty millions of dollars last year. Ozr MB. EDITOR :-Do os the favor t<>

mouths on the subject of tlie rights of the- South inEnmmnt. Ti1.. lengthy jindLibetrioaiexaiaiaaticn of I ho ejiie-s- I 'e'onsequenlly] fill laws e-manuting: from the iegilatir onef.imilj the! Jii'-on. on of rank the ordinary entertain cordial another.terms on which Tlie result is a reduction of the State tax to eight announce in jour next issue, for re-election for th r

There is not u man in the County of sufficiont tin of Mrs. C.inn'nghain's marriage lr.) I'iinie'1 ; < TlK-y arrtcd the right to ori imtte a territorial This intention will may be most rigidly carried into cents on one hundred dollar, or about one twelfth office of Tax Assessor and Collector, for the co ntyof

intelligence to underdnnd an Ciih sentence and h. rl.iiin to his projierty, l ld thf Court te> I thpesithe goveintiicnt fr thi( xnm.i'lver, and to ndinis ie>n pftVet thro-iphotit the brief period durinir which the of one per cent. What a striking commentary up6n Leon, at the ensuing October election, Mr. I.. C.

of a doren words, who doe not know that the very e-one-lu-ion that; her marriage, like h r Jrldliith into the eonfe-leracy, upon the basis of a Coiiititntion illustriou guest..; are expected to reiaala. the Internal Improvement policy af that State. DEJ1ILLY. Re pectfullj,

men who.pae these) resolutions by word and dt cii! was fictiti-Tlis, th.-it f.h" wn* ne t married to | eif their own coiii-oction. To supply theununial: number of boats required This enhancement of the value of property is produced MANY VOTERS.
to row guard some of the launches and pinnaces of the .__
contributed all iu thtii power to defeat the great j lr. Uureloll, timid jueliniT.t! -if the Court was rmelereel j This was the jiiti'n of each of the jurti"H, when the rnen-of-wn in harbor were taken, and Matter by construction Rnilroaeh. A like gratifying ;.

principle of popular sovereignty a? contained i in the accordir.jrly. The judgment of the Court j Guv. Walke-r madehis advent into the territory. Commander G. Allen's vessel the Sprightly chri.tened .-- result may be reasonably anticipated in Florida Q WE are authorized and requested to

Kanias Nebraska bill "ot only] only that, but the e-empled with the attempt to produce: .1 fil-eheir; by j What hits bi-e-n hi? eeinduetince t t lie has, in jieiint ott the old litrns d non lucend.j principle, one upon the development of her system of Internal announce LEMUEL JONES., a candidate for Tax

Know Nothings generally opposed the removal of a fictitious -hild-birth liiis fcrv.l l In iipi-n the popular ; nf fu-t, and j ractica"ly; yielded every point (ICmuan.Ie.l of the motc-d dullest tO tow and uirlitst thorn to tub? in jKirt, wi-syesterdaay Improvements. Our lands are as productive as Assessor and Collector of Leon county, at the Election -
pr Spithcnd. those
the iliisoari rectritl'on from these TtrritOiics.trhieh suspicion of her guilt of the nmrd r of Dr. Uur- liv. I tins r -belItyhU I: imwr.rrantnble diefif At 7 e/clock in the morning, nil over the heiu e of our sister state, our climate is superior, in October next.

ns long as it rwnaine-1, (ScluJt-1 fortvtr the dell lain an alolute ouiivii-tiiin. The' j -n-nil iniprc I I.i'o; ,, tlif tcrmi rf xi>irni, he has virtually: i cpiiiiiuted front, rich terrace gardens, and sloping woods eif but, we regret to say the enterprise, nnd public -

elave-holder from the soil of } ana2. On thia particular =;5oii i that if t".. i.iurder w.irot eimmittidelrrcctly I ; the j-rin-'pi-I of r.n-i 1.1 rft.IeimtI4., which O.lrne) not a soul -was vbibie. Soon afterwards spirit of our people will not compare favorably w ith tehj berfiscinciif.Insolvent

subject theii ]xssition i is t I ope kept continually pointed towards the fleet at
But
attempt to expose it is an intuit to tie intelligence: i iof j and eoLniac-e- Notwlth.-kiiidiiis the Os I. F'>\hthii- t 1. I Uhi* ii\ >\vil tJiat. lo gain ndini--ion into Spitiie-ad, which, again wus in i-oinmiinication! the proud day is not very distant when -_

tlie ve>ters Jackson. Mr. Rllmore, tu'ir great j ing aecureulatiuiMif vide-nco agaln'-t tLir..-iiiorIcsi .*-- thf e-nnfi'dt. racy, t the '-oi--tilutlon lo be frame-d by the Albnn} ste-ane-r ported far out to ou. B- and the distinction will no longer exist-xvhen Florida Estate Notice.

leader Declared the ivaioval of the Missouri re trici i{I CyprL-, the exhibited: r.m lh<- t-li l.t--f emaj I tie con\cition! n.iist, a.n cfnnliti j-rccfiinit, bo by a pony' carriage came down to the landing place, will present the same prosperous spectacle that so State of Florida,
i follovveel at long intervals byunolhe-r and another felicitously denotes the
lion fiomthe territoiies of Kansa? >ud "Sel rscka to |j I II tion on learning that the decision was ad\ crte> h> r I Sill'iiit te.1 fi'r raLfi'at: : ion I toull the inhabitantsn} \\ with grooms, led hor,e riiuf outriders, till the Koy, state of the South.leading Internal Improvement Jefferson count/

be c Pandora *: lox a moiatror.sil.! The autLor- i i I claims, but rfrnr.rkc-d that it \vas n on-side-d, may: be re-sid'-tt ;In tic I leiritoiy on the day of the al eertigo iu attendance was complete. At 7 '% ITM. J. CLAYTON, administrator, cf the estate

of there resolutions enJorre-J Li posillor., a,i-i giv? \i lime 1 deci'irr. aiil that the Court had ti'.iwnade voting I.e has Set I r.t dofinnoe1 the authority of In1ten'toiiiil o'e-lov'k the Ut-ini'lIeirti-iK.o was sicrmaIied as in sight, Our Yv Joseph W.Clajton. late of Jefferson eacntj

i him their votes. They worked to keep Kansas for the iv..tiinony of th*. .hiif witncaSi'S and esJ I I I le-gi i-l.ituii', n nil cf I the convent ion itself yet it made bin bl.-w projrrer, for it was n quarter The National Intelligencer Foreign Relations.of the 10th inst. deceased, baa bled in the Probate office of Jefferson
; pafct eight before she arrived within Enliiting uistancc i say, county, a written suggestion that ho believes the estate -
ever shut to tie tread of a slahoielcr.. The demo J I ter d for the public titsf-:"." I and it'the. 't Miei-iis'-c-iie-nt: contnined in I the parogrnj-h { of f the squadron. The Queen's yacht has of- j' our Government affairs with the foreign world Joseph W. Clayton, to be insolvent.

crats whether very' -r1ikey to be acknowledge } i The New York rifsiars-hu acts with perfect j \.hie'a he.-ida 1 his romiritiiiix-ation be authentic, hej tim gone over time same course in one quarter of the 1' arc in a state of unwonted, if not unprecedented Thereupon, notice is given to all persons having

or not, in the Ccnttuuticn of Kansas, -acre uuxious indifference as to the rreuit, and when! t\i"\ waaj j now yi<'Mi the last ["jint rnnnde-d by tiietnpmu- time. tranquility. The only unsettled matter, le- claims against said estate to appear and file the same

to Love the .r1ri4ge vf a trial. They th-.rtforc, j locked uj. in h-r cell on Monday es emling, -lie np- f of fccti-'iial -ijunhity, and exhibits a siiiiit eif lkta- The manned fleet and jards town at batteries a 4jimnrt t r-fimtt sahilod! e-ight nnd! the o'clock vessels I j hove, being the claim of indemnity against we New fore with the the fith Judge day of of Probate March nert.of sold when county there, on wi'l or hi bo-rv

took off the barrier which excluded elaee frj'n theo 4' pcared quite cheerful, = > z.mu'Jio; that: flu* matron j tiem, nlne-li find's its paivllel! only in n Roman KmpereT like Will'!, tJougii very light, was in n contrary cHreclion |I Granada for damages suffered by certain Americans pro rata distribution of the funds belonging to ai-l

tcnltr.ies, arid pave the Southera man quality ot" of thf prison .-r.i iJ .' lie l ifld not Leomi in :i ..tttihim- j [ or a Me'\'e'nn, IVeridt-nt. and not a sound or echo eif the tremendousicvcrLerntioxt in the riots at Panama in 1850. In regard to this estate, nraonjjst the creditors thereof; at which tirne-

rijliin the Boil with the abvlitionist To the I mor tine l h> r 1a.1 t itrprisonnient. i Upon this f isl joe>t of (llio (z1fore-ncmmt of the taxes, which the guns must have create affair it ia stated that the negotiation does not the said "Wm. J. Clayton, will apply for his final discharge -

Dcato and rot to ths Know NcthingE of Jnek- 7 j it t is worthy of note, that it v; as I tlie one whieh reached Obhorne. Time broad angry darts of flame an conclusion promise from the ndministra'ion ot said estate.
upon early in
sacy from the though what the difficulty -
GOT.VuIUer Drfencc.TII huge ve-ssils" fides could, of course, be dir THOMAS J. CHACE, Judge of Probate.
' ,on, is due ell the credit, that there is to-day n dave foHowirg parngraplj) from the \Va1iirigIt.ntnion the pni.t de-fenders of ( ov. Walker made their tinctly feen, anti cisc, the massive folds of smoke consists we are not advisee Spanish diplomacy SepL 5, 1857. S6-4m

in Kur.oa: If the infatuated Know Nothing had i jI all Tve- have 'e.n of this elr-camrnt, nn-1 all loudest bo'i.M: whe-n hewn-* tir-t coiniiii.'aionL'd! by which accrue graduillyto iise like mountains from always required time ; but, however formal ,

carried tier J-olicj a slave never cuulJ have put I of it, \v ? lii..vehih has :yl t f.rne to light : I tho J'ir.-ideiit.I Doubtless }his Kv-ollcnev when time-bidden.sea, till Ijut-time there wiLuhe was no Ic echohioweverfaint of iaasts and spars, and was and deliberate, it has ever been distinguished by Notice.

foot the soil of Kansas: and been secure. Iutwithstanling lirst lie received hireinunision, Jn.notly contemplate honor and faith."
on I On'in* pub.t 1 h.iv1 be-n crofclv mirfprrKn; the whole evolution might have been a vivid paint good T ETTERS of administration having b?;,
the Know Nothings did all iu t'.elr 'i if-d. It is n= I-1 who, in my jndrnKnthouM: Adi- I *] the enforcement eif the paj-ment, and ce>n- ing or li ?okvir.g view for anything which sound -.4 *. X-/ mo on the 3d Jay of Septerr 1333.n grantetto by tLc
f.
power to defeat the liberal policy of Democrat.-, upon the i-atiiication nf I tile Coni itlitiori. I have I tii.ued ii ( hat mind, until hu i-.f n hundrod Regular could tell to the contrary. TEXSEBSEE U. S. SENATOR.-Gov Johnson, it is Hon. Judge of o'116 for the cou--.iy of Leon. State

regard to Kansas, they are the first to cry out tr.ifcon ; 1 been re-pr-r. nt cr1 n dibit;ring I tl Li -ryman rhnuldi troop.-> were thrrilci: :<-d, to betfinfroiited by A few minutes before the salute was fired, Ills said, will be one of the United States Senators to of. Iondaon the estate of Sim0 Partridge. late cf

the A-'minhtration because e-f the i. v"twho li.ippi i.el to he in I tLe> t. nifi-iy <>n the KUJIC'S t-le-ven thousand reeniits To I this unlocked Royal Highness the Prince Consort, in plain walk be elected by the next Legislature of Tennessee said "Loanty deceased, all de)ja nJ demands of whatsoever -
against reprehensible of that l ltjon.. This ing dress
day ,
indeed
would l li> desirable accompanied by Prince Alfred, in the nature against the estate of. said Simon Partridge
conduct of Gov. Walker. Where i ia the if there were conducive evidence that all sue-h for occurrence may charitably be attributed hUelungo Highland costume, came down to the landing place. and the others will be either Gov. J. C. Jones deceased, xvhic'i shall not b? exhibited to me

eonsiatency aud: honor of such a coarse. All the persons were all bona fide wttlcrs ; }but the emleufCcitnt of t-pntiniL-nt. Doublle-es he has diseove-r: After n short time, Ile-r Majesty, accompanied by George W. Jones, General ?;aow, as administrator n'fovesaid, within two arr ns -
Ewing y prescribed
indignant wrath pent on the Administiatior. tl.o-ilJ and uiual proof. cf such a fact would b"i by this time, that the nerve, which might sustain the Royal Princc es, also drove down nnd joined Mr. Nicholson. or by the statute of the State of Flori'.lain suet

tome previous rcaidetce. On thi point, which is the Civilian in the of His Highness on the bench. Hero the Koyal party case made end provided shall forever afterwards 16
their If Kan preparation a Treasury Eejioil -0w
fall much own. fiB -
properly on
:
more waited for
one of detail, I have never poscd to make some time, ftrr? the of tlie Ktine We learn
progress barred
pre and
islo5ttothSouth, they are more to lame even gcstionto the convention, although, v hen aoked rug is a little different from that which befits the llortense was unusually slow. I Wn ron Washington that C. J. Fox, of legates;and notice is entitled hereby to given distribution to all that creditors their

: than TTalker. For he has no absolute power in the my opinion by members of that lodI have indiCoiC Soldier in limes of peril 1 But we have less to do She isa screw, low in the wateiibjkt vthout :;, <'niDgton, has been appointed Consul at Aspiuwall. claims and demands persona will be barred at the expiration

matter at all, while the Know Nothirg party u.td I a pr-.iiiu* residence of three or six tnnthi i I with the Governor's nrrve, than \i\iprinciflti\ \ ; 0! time hmni aIIIearmLvee whi.1 moat eves of our trmidmnr8crews of the perirxl afrresard,' unfess exhibited! within the

fill their power North and South to keep up the i and that the same qualifications should be adopted j nnd! I now propound( to the citizens of Florida, aneli 1) i1.r Ii 4 11t.esen 'ro5 were nssenmiieu on The appointment of Commissioner of Patents is same and this nattoe will be plead in bar thereof.

in the constitution in regard not only to that hut i to the Democratic parly in paiticulnr, the vital 6-C 1,01- pass, and a whole fleet of about to be made. Mr. Holt,of Kentucky, has had JOHN 0. POWELL, Admt'r.
barrier which forever excluded the Southern :
manwith to :ill future elections and in j jothfr cimts an'j .
; judgment, one or pleasure bouts-nearly n hundred in the offer of the Sept. 1857. Sa-Sm
slaves from the soil of Kami Every word of t he-he terms eif rei-idciice will be adapted by 1 ejue-tion are yoajmpartJ sustain- tfi* action of I tinmber-spread their white suila.'and seemed as if position. Should he finally decline
the Convention from whom I the Kaiisaa Governor and t/i'-j about lo follow it, Judge Palmer, of Connecticut, or F. W. Shear Saw Mill & Mill
of condemnation tittered against AValker, though nritKip.it: a cordiul Ircome *J>rnsori for her like a crowel of butterflies skimming Site, Near Town

criminal us he eem& to be, is so many thrutts in cooperation." t ))riL1iple$ ino.l ,(, :;., ? anti elancing over the glistening waters ; but man, of Michigan, may be appointed. The former For Sale
It is somewhat that none made the for the is
extraordinary whilst this really attempt, Admiralty presented by Mr. Toucey.
the vital* of their own party. Know Nothings of accusation of The Plea of his Sm>tlicrn advocate-* and defenders orders had been und
I letting every man vote who may hap published, were strictly nelhcreel -.4k. r-pIIE MILL SITE, together w'&anew SAW
g Jackson hang down your heads in phaine. Like I pen to beiu the territory on the day of the election i h. the ee-sity <>f preserving the harmony and integrity to, and not any but the vessels of war on duty It has fbcen announced that the President JL MILL complete, ready for running, within five

the fleeing culprit, you cry stop thief, stop thief"to has been preferred in the South ns Indie-ating u elo- of the* democratic party ; but it is u faltc were allowed to nppronch within nearly two will not make the diplomatic and consular appointments miles of town kuowi as the JJunson. and more recent
sire on my part to let in Abolition and in miles of the landing place nt Osborne. As the Reincllortense ly the Richard's Mills h
direct public attention from your own political vagrants plea, and if permitted, I will undertake to show until the now offered at a bargain.Iti .-
terlopers] to control the result dropped blow elown ut half the near Approaching session of Con
the Republicans of ly speed, : a wet time theater is and attaching
i rivflege good
deformity vritll the dtlitive hope that you will Kansas have drawn that it not only dbhiormorsthc administration of Mr. visitors could These by
be
an entirely different conclusion Imperial distinctly eeeii ttnndliigon gress. appointments being subject to the n smaH engine for a dry lime, affording the
escape the eye of criticism. The same stratagem -\i : that I ele.-Ugncd in Una manner to bring many Buehunan, but glaringly exhibits nn unworthy Jack the quarter-deck, which WHS det-onited with exquisite confirmation of the Senate, it ia apparent that to very beat tnanee abont Tall&hase for economically

-*ae reortd to in North Carolina, Tennessee. Alabama the thousand"Missourians into the territory to .cidc confidence' in, nnd t-hnnieful diatrustof honesty taste- and covered with stimuli conical parterres send gentlemen abroad, subject to recall, In case producing lumber. The pond being large and entire

Texas, and Kentucky, 'with what success, contest. integrity and firmness of the National De'in e- amall of clustering flowers, so as to make it resemble their appointments were not confirmed, would be ly surrounded by a very good timber region, affords
ft Biimuiei irarehin leather I than the deck of a economical method of
very stock
Tre presume is known trc this by the Know Noth- Death racy. CATO. a steaujer. The vims attired in the quite impolitic and inconsistent with gttting next to
,
of Capt. William Cone.A vinprcio plainest a proper the pond's facilities for providing: stock, the locatfon
politicians Jackson. Can it be that the complete letter from a friend iu. Columbia deKriptiou of travelling dress, and leant upon the consideration of the attending circumstances. is nearer town by 2 or S miles than any mill site to
and universal route of the Know Nothing organization county announces A Distressing Accident.A arm of llis Majesty, wile)aio %ore a Minplc walking .4 >- be found. 4* -

In the StMes we hate enumerated has created the sudden death of this old and respected negro boy belonging to the*heirs of Augustus e'0.tume without order or decoration of any kiml. The New York Times says it is the intention By calling <& Mr. J. Richard's, (former owner) on
citizen of East Florida. He Standing with their the
Mnje.tieswere Count und
a feeling cf dOcperulion with the opposition of in his died on the 24th ult, Alston, deceased, and engaged aa u hand on the Countess Wulewaki, the I'rineos Krlinp, and (General of the Diotviet Attorney to indict Mr*. Cunningham orof the lank Bead, any farther mfomatioo cao.be had,

Jackson. It would &edm &o. Such marked mutations dropsy, eightieth year. Capt. Cone wa cars running between this city and St. Mai-kn, on (he Baron Roland, Chief of the StatF. When in. the baby case," as Mrs. Burdell, so Pt.5,1857.NOTICR.Heed DANIEL LADD; Newport

in popular eenu'ment and opinion is the death one of the earliest "settlers of Florida. He served Tuesday last was thrown by Boino casualty, while (the yacht had approached within about a inile of that to escape the State Prison, she will have to : 3ft

knell of the party of Lieonbistenty and self bfultifi.tation. with distinction in the first Seminole War, and rep the cars were in motion, with one of his logs across Oshoi'iu', Prince Albert nnd Prince Alfred entered prove that she was never married to Dr. Burdell.
resented for the Royal liurg The men-of-war boats formed AU.rVHE
a aeries of ,the of Columbia in .
years County --
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: Such a verdict of popular condemnation is the track, and the train pa *iug over it lacerated the double lines, em, each side of it and the timid
in the Territorial Fairy cWe UNDERSIGNED that He will
Council. He was a man universally : are gratified to learn that Col. J. P. gives notice
without precedent in the innals political revolu respected for his flesh and crushed the bones to that extent making Ellin Royal jachts eteumed close outside all. This Sanderson, President of tho Florida, Atlantic t Gulf X c-lose hb bnaioes ia Tallahassee, by the first of

good practical sense, unswen it necessary to resort to amputation. The operation little water preice<*ion was heneled by the Royal Central U. R. Company, has succeeded in purcha October next, and all indebted will please call and

tion.The Patriot informs us that CoL Myrick did not j, -ing integrity, benevolent disposition and pa- was performed by Doctor Bond and Nash and we bargo, iu the stern of which was a large silk banQCI sing two thousand tons of Iron for the Road, Look settle, or the chums will be put ia the Lawyer'*

cape the.epidemie of accusation that infected the j trioti sentiments, and hit, low will be deeply deplored understand the patient is in safe condition. the%Prince erobluzoneel Consort.with the arms of Her Majesty and out for (ho Engine, etc.-Republican. bands ; all having claims will preseat the 'SWO for

by the large community of which he wa an *11- pftymeBt U. RUlP.
political fttor tfihere OB that occ&eionre came in = Ills Koyal Highness immediately went on board i3
t In Ireland pt.5,18ST.. 36-St [Sentoopy.
influential and beloved they are having
member
during some eighteen The Uevoltln India. (time Rein llortense and a sensation over
warmly welcomed the imperial
for portion of his wrath. He felt himself in the a and
yctti-s. The Hon. "Win. IL Conethe; present The latest, intelligence from India it, that the puests. After a, delay of a few moments, the is young extraordinary female preacher. She
petition of the old man in the nursery tale, who, Prince Consort drawing crowds of all sects to listen to her lo- Webster and Calhoun
Senator of Columbia county, and Cupt. of a Volunteer strong-bold of the Indian mutineers hud not been conducted the Empress down into Her hair ,
iaving speculated from come church yard a ctray the Royal barge, in which the Emperor also took qucnce. eyobrovrs and flashes oro al Complvt* Urfrfc 6 Tolnpu-s. Lilrar&>
company belonging to CoL Roger's Regiment successfully attacked by the English: soldier.* and most white, her face pale, and she 'is THEIR
his only
NcDOrOAlLAEOBBY.g .
ulna, or clavicle, WBB perfectly haunted by the seat, followed by the four members of his suite two twenty- .
is a son of the deceased. that thf spirit ot disaffection ft British rule was we 'have already mentioned. The years of ago. She has many Invitations to pt 6,188T. S3
voice of it* defunct owner, crying la matt unearthly royal barge, preach from all parts at the _
and
-continuing to spread among the native population. both in going ana returning from the yacht, was country, even front .
Scotland.
tones, Give me my bone! Give me my bone 1" Quickest, Passage on Record The news hag created disuppoin merit und painful steered by Captain the HOB. Je>seph Deunan, the and she She accepts no earthly fe or reward, laws of Florida.
Last winter It will bo recollected, re reported the Time United States Vanderbilt Commodore o.' the Victoria and Albert, andin a says tat ptwnpted to speak in obedience to
Steamship recently apprhension in England. It is now answer to her
increasingly to 1357. HOBB
prayer a twelTe-month since. McDOUO ALL 4
few minutes was at the
subitano. of& delivered the Col. in the binding place at Osbornc. BOUND
speech by
wade the quickest passage on record, from New probable that the reconqncst of India will be A Thtj Emperor was the first to disembark and the -- .- 5, IS.
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en&sto Chamber, la which, If we vcro correctly York to Cowca. She crossed the Atlantic, a distance work of unexpected difficulty and duration, and nuMt cordial greetings passed between him and Her A Large Circulation '

informed lie declared substantially that the Knowing of 5802 miles in nine days and one hour. The mutt necessarily involve a largo expenditure of Majesty, amid also between Her Majesty and the The "proprietors Of fMetft Spirit cf tie limes FloridaReports.. .

!. party, vas a humbug-an organization eoclit.f Praia' Empress. The Utter gave a most- affectionate reception announce that its circulation has risen from 20,000
reported best passage is 9 day;, 1 hour and money and life. With the Chinceo war on his hands the /COMPLETE ia 6 Tolumea. <
mptabl* that be ceisod to bare connection to Princess Royal. Almost immediate nt the beginning of the to 105,000 ret the .
toy 30 minutes. John year, preat- \j jjcDOUOAiL A IIoRSeet.,1S5'
Bull" have
goems to a plenty to do jusf, ncw.i ly after landing, the Empress and Her Majesty and
a ent time. We are glad to !hear it, & [. a&






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ST\TE SEMINARY WHO WANTS MONEY ? Valuable Plantations, &c, WAKTOLA IRON WORKS, United States Mail Line Savannah Medical College*

I ANN AL COURSE CC'LEOTURES..m
360,000 FOR SALE. :Now Por't F1.a. -r r. o M 'I HIE commence on the first Monday ja .Novemb .

TALLAHASSEE MAY BR OBTAINED BY RISKING 10 DOLLARS THE undersigned Executors ot John Wbitebead, NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WISTIXTERMEDIWEFROQWA next

AT .. Halves nud Quarter TicketsIN of Burke county, deceased, offer at private I I This EstaMishmrnt is Now Under Foil Blast. -\XD- V FACULTY :
i sale until the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next, .
PORTS
BOARD EDUCATION announce with PROPORTION. V -..-- M. D. fractica Medicine
rrqlE or the following property viz: A Plantation] in Enrke j R D. ARNOL .

I tJenure, that with the aid of the liberal appro- JASPER -- -- county, ou Bogtry Gut creek. near Fryer's Ponds adjoining I the death of Mr. Pond Mr. GEO. S. KIKQ CUNNECTED WITH run I j P. iL KOLLOOKL M.D Ob.tetrie.w. .

Nation' of the City of Tallahassee, they have eeUb-and COUXTY. ACADEXY LOTTERY- John B. Whitehead, M. P. Green, and otbf<. SINCE: charge; all communications, therefore STEAMER ISABEL O.BULLOCH. M. D, Surgery.

fobedthh institution upon a permanent basis BT ACTHOUITV Of (the STATE of GEORGIA, containing acres more or less, oak and hickory, relative to work, tc., should be addressed to him. JO.HOW.AUD.1rI.Dop Anatomy.

upon a plan contemplating extensive enlargement the Havana Plan, Single Numbers. (If which there arc 500 acres of fresh cleared Land, AU work coming under the head of this business FOR HAVA5A AXD CHARLESTOX AT KIT WfST. JURIAII HARRISS. M. D PhysiologyJ. :
and
With the co operation of their fellow citizens able -- ---- ---- and 700 of well timbered forest Land. The Plantation will be promptly, mechanically and neatly executedat .t..c V B. READ M.D> Materf Medic

future sale oT Seminary Lands they hope to be madeynu'in OOOO TICKETS-3,286 PRICES is well improved and in good order-having a as moderate a charge as price of labor kc, will THE SOUTHERN JOSEPH JONE9 M. D, Chemistry.

to carroat the design ol the Lopslature, as Amounting/ tu $21 5,200. large commodious and new Dwelling on it-the winter justify. I J. J. WEST M. D., Peroonstrator.Tito ,

the Act of 1851. in building up an Institu- residence deceased. Two and a half miles only This Establilis-.ent is not kept up for the purposeof Steamship Company Prelimiuary cour e of Lectures ill cnnwneocaoi

tion that will be both a blessing and an ornament to V Prizes Payable Without Deduction. from Green's Cut Station: on the Auutnnd i making! m.ollratl e to say) ns dear bought II' tie 19t| October neat. Clinical Aftnr"wi1l b*
In the selection of Teachers, they have OF NEW sglESrSHB ORLEANSHAVING nt tile City Ho-pital. .Thaa Institution -
the State. Savannah Railroad. experience bas demonstr ted to me, it cannot b. donein del'vered regularly
bad rccard to the moral as well as the intellectual ANDERSON i SON Managers ALSOA V this regiou at thu branch of bWliot'sos-bct for the taken the mail contract for above ports, win accommodate over hOc patii.ts. For

training of the pupil and hence.have sought oat nun Successors. J. F. WINTER, Manager. well improved Plantation on Lnko Jackson, in benefit of the unfortunate, who htppcn: to have En- two first class Sea Steamers regularly further particulars aiUlresa

of thorough education, long experience established gines,'and such like, to repair. twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the J. O. UOWARD Dean.
character. Our Lotteries draw in Macon, Ga. Small Schemes Middle Florida, about four miles from Tallahassee .
; moral They are war- ( )
] high 1867. 29-Sm
the 18
an' evening.
15th and 29tb and leaving same July .
rcrutatiou r-nted. in saving that thorough and systematic in- every Saturday.and in Savannah,G a.(Large Schemes) containing 1700 acres, more or less, hammock landa TJie Pattern, Stock, MarJtinery, Tools, Jot.. Icing
about the 15th of considerable! portion of which is now under good THE STEAMER SPRA P
nth.
ion will be gnen in every department of the every m .Lnrgt. in 'Order, and Good Condition I
Scminarr.lruc Sixdal poinfi Trill be taken in tie pre- --- cultivation. Join can be Turned Out with will leave New Port in the morninc. and St. Marks j I GREAT INDUCEMENTS

.i Tli.tru..t.t. the Tutor j ia which will be un- CLASSDKWS DB, -A1.SO- Xcatnexs and JJupatch.Shafting. I terminus on the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, i
oFFERED TO
rftratory tLe'ssimwliat* supervision (.f the President The SEPT. IOTII 18f 7 250 acres nu.re or less, of Pine Land,adjoining the Pullie", Plumber Boxes, Hangings for taking mail passengers baggage and freight to and
crr ,
disciple i *i'.l be strict, though out har.-h end pupils ATARMORY Richmond Bath tract, in Richmond county, with improvements. Shanin s. Spur Gearing, Water and Si earn Pipe from the Steamer and returning in season fjr tbe afternoon Cash P-u.rob iV 'r .

vi:1 t*. MJaniembi* fi'r ihrir conduct ost of the H ALL. S.\T\XX.\JI. G A., Stop Cwks, Gauge Cockd, Grate Bars, Plow] Castings, train. THE UNDKKSIGNLD; h i new recM-.g hi* 1uKl

fcrr.iirv\ i1 5 .lll\s in it. Parent* will be furnished Under lltt Firvni Supfrinlendeiicc of -A LSO- Sugar Rolens, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and The travelling public cart now rest assured that this of Spring Goods; which will be large and

vitb t.Stilly reports, that they may watch the pro- W. R. Symons and J. M. Prcntiss, Esqa. A Lot at Richmond Bath with comfortable and G,iit Mill Gearing! Circular and Upright Saws. tc_ long desired and frequently attempted communication complete! which: he offer*ipon liii nsculttnrsto iipunctual ..

jrr.jit ,,j 1'ieir' BODS aud eo-optrate "ith their Teacb.7ke neat single story Dwelling and co'jveiiientouthouscs, Ac., Ac., Generalh kept on Hand, or got up ou Short to and from the' above ports is in such hands as fTstoirera, and in all insUucc literal discount

: CAPITALS of $60,000, 20, OO. 10,000, 5- known as the Trowbri.lge House and Lot Notice. In Fact, Here if the Place for all that Want to warrant perm%n ncy and success. : made tcr C SH. D. C. WILSON.

I'aodt't of the Jntfitutivn will ton ilt ofJIeT Oilt), 84000, $2000, ::1 t Prizes of 81000, 5 of $500, 100 If not previously disposed of, the Burke Plantation Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. Passengers having slave servants must see to March 14.'61. 11_

D. McNEIL TURNER, A. M, President, Ma- of $100, 100 of 50, SOOOofSSOaud 75. Approximation will bu sold at W d\"nesboro'.} the Florida Plantation Having some halt a dozen.Engines myself constantly clearing them at the Custom House before going on

iheWRtip) Mditafand Moi ral Science.r prizes amounting ?v>,760 nt TiillahiHsce, at public outcry, on the first I running, caused the Establishment to be erected board. Till} LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER

A. L. OT>KJLN, A. M., Latin aDd Greek Languages Whole 7ckets Tuesday in December next. Terms liberal For the same cause must keep it Therefore, can W Also look after your Baggage yourself.For
Jlalrrs up.
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$5, Quarters :,1 tJ. you further to (f T yo f f1
particulnrs. Apply
an-I IiUiature.rv. further information, apply to JOHN R. WHITEHEAD always rely on having woik done at the '
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\.JO1.T C. LONG A. M., English Literature and Look to your interest and compare this Scheme with personally, at Bath or by letter, addressedto DANIEL LADD, Ap.ent. 1' L :1 -: ,j

Va.ursl Scif nee.Mr. any other. him at Berzelia Columbia: county. WAKULLA IRON WORKS. New Port Fla., July 11, 1857. 28 To be had at

W. W. WOOD ARP. Tutor, Preparatory De THOMAS M. BERRIEN. ,
Bank Notes of Found Banks taken JOHN R. WHITEHEAD ( Hut: Here Comes the
: at par. } 'f"J''xl"' Next Important Thing. I NEW BOOKS.JUST D. WILSON'S. VrpIIE
I'Rrtmelit.r.ATE' I
Checks on New York remitted fur prize" CHARLES W. WEST. f .
OK TrrriOV TKR QUARTER : Addr.s orders for tickets Certificates of Packages THOMAS W.NEALY J PAY PAY I RECEIVED -
or PAY
English: Department .. .. f 6 25 !!! I. UNDERSIGNED n now reccivhj a ltrl
of Tickets to August 2::, 1857. 34-tds I.NEU'
and Mathematical .. .. 10 00No JL an-1 vaned stock of SPRING and StIIIGOoDS. : ,
Classical V You will send to New YOI k, Philadelphia and Bal-- I NOVEL-V .
ANDERSON Jt SON Managers.Macon -- ---- ---- -- COOKS the in. of ".li..b he invite tho'
J.upil111 be allowed to recite without a certificate I : or Savannah, Ga. MEDICAL NOTICE.Q timore, nnd have work done, without for a moment DORE-A Stroller in Europe; I to p-rctoa

fn"l1lr.. J. L. Dcmilly, Tieasurer that hstdiion August 29, 1857. 35 >?SCDK. dreaming of credit but here at home, where there! are I EL GRINGO.Travels In Mexico ; Public general! :

has W-on paiJ. tJOKMAX J. L. PALMER. no Bunks or inking facilities, or surplus capital, .ou DR. KANF/S Arctic Expedition ; I CONSISTING IN PART OF: _

Wi'h such low tl'f tuition compared with: thea'k.aitairosoffered Notice.FOUR .--- -- ---- want 1, 2. 3. 4 and, 6 years credit, and then requireone I MEMOIR of S. S. PrentiM, Speeches. &c.; Chintz.Uarege Gr o.\dine.

; -vilb piod bo.ir.Jmg. on tenriB, Drs. GORMAN & PALMER to ride from 50 to fj(') miles for pay, and proba. THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the I', and Organdie Flounced Robes -

i, ieasr>nable as in the vicinity {similar Institutions weeks afjcr date I shall apply to the lion bly ultimately expcnl, from 10 to 25 per cent of I author of Margaret and Zaidee ; Solid Colored hind Figured P"res es. V
.,1 the S. uili-wilh( tbp..w ll.vfilabliirhfd character elf of Probate of Jefferson "l'uut'for an order UAIN'fJ ar>ciiteil: 1 themselves together in th.I I amount! in collecting! Is this right? Is this encouraging ISABEL-A novel; I, Silk Tiaaaus aid Crepe d* Paris,
ablen and healthfulr.tfs cf and decree for leave to sell Land .inalJt"o.. of Medicine( and Surgery, offer their I
the Chintz Brilliants
tl.itCity.. f-}i : agi( ;
i i'Hliu1ltl'% tin- Board c Mifivcnlly! t/tfor the Seminary 55.4C1 or ICO acres granted ami issiu-d to Thomas J. profu inna.1 F Ik'lton, late of said fount dccp.-jFc.l to bu sold for purrnundin c 'piuitry.Ati I V and Acier'n. Ginzifirr.".
the ,
1. ili support of public. Airangi'ififiita! mii'.t be made f"r payment beforedilirery by Simms ; &c.. &c. j j"McDOUGALL }'rt1chScotch. _
The S6i'.n will coiiimenee ou the first day of Oct..l the payment ol: the delit. of f-aid deceased nnd firdistribution. ;U't 13, _57. ___ _3__. V I of work, through some House "in this place, j d HOBBY. i j French English and Aruer'o. Prmtv _
find das will be organized, nt : WM. H. ANDREWS.ShcrifTsiul : : Ebck Poult da Loire _
er > i
tiia tin: :;. !t is very iir.poitent, that tlJOse'wLo iuiendf Adint'r., ex .>fiicio. SINGER'S SEWING home.' it II t i July j. U. Black Ore de rhine, _

f> l'I. Jis pupils thould enter then. August :25)), 857. :r.r.: I II You may be jood. but we cannot run after our I Black Chall !. _

liv. order t f the Board of Education. --- ------- Ij I hard carninsjs in t this: })
D. W. WYNN, Secretary. John Bull's CompoundFLUiD I Labor is credited: out, parties try hard to inakithem. = V OR 1200 J'i; I .
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TdI'll:1] 1 >. Scpt.i _Zi. 1857. 3 t' j II j selves believe it is u it half done, because they owe :. Linens. _

Strayed from the Oil Works EXTRACT for it. :?; LS of CORN and 4 or 6000 Frouting and Shirt!: Linl't1t1. _

I OF S MIS A PA R ILL A DANIEL LADD. \ EITC' I-I'.. pounds of BACON, onticcnsukie. Pillow Case and Sbectin: Lincr.s, _

New Port. 1 Combining all the medicr,! viitais of Burdock Yellow I New I-.r ji.y 11, lsr.7.:; 28 ) Refer to i Fancy Shining Linens.

Sunday the 16th in!t., a MULE, (niar') 4 or {\Dandeli-'m, pure Honduras'Sars-iparilla: : ,and Mes'rs. 0. & J. MEGINNISS. ';' Fancy Lncn5for; Gents and Youths wear.

OX t f:> voars'old, of a uith: ..:uny bay color about Wild Cherry Bark, is the most pctt-nt BI.OOII Pniii I STATE OF FLORIDA i July 1 4, '5 to 27 j Spring and !3urnm3rMAJiL1LLAS

niediini;<:r<\ Las been woikt-d in double harness }but KI in the known woild. For llic cure of Scroful-i, ,

cpvn-'t be rode.] Sb.- has been tracvl U TJlahas.-oe, I Rhuimatis.-n; Gout, Drojiy. and all Chronic Di;ca.ce*, I I Irt DICIAL, ELECTIOT.VniKKEAS I Id0J Sea Island Cotton Gins. i r

V frcn t5u-ne to Mr. BWbnm's: 1tittin. from thence I it has no C'lU ___ __ __ I II .T' i. .\ FEW of BA LLS IMPROVED PA TEST i i ,
: ti a J'r.! Atkfl'I. r.nJ fr 'm there, to the R. R. De- IIIIEI3.ll' ..4't_..V jSEA ISLAM COrrON GINS," for sale by | ,
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-1 < lit be h u" '/ i Jail-it t" )itfiktrrltt/ a./: itZ.-: DL5cIrToN.
IJn.Ja1111.rsJI and or EVEZT
P ; u bpre rlie was 'Nn 'r I I the subscribers ] \ : at Tallahasse or New- ,
V
-.."" :ingljt.: A libiral i-'vardl ii1\\ -l.e j.aiJ to any Ii'Ulflll' !]ilili
'..,. ji\ i..z hEr jp.'j pafely ctpirg, nrd en:ly inforniijigrl Great Internal & External "- of tlii- abve. the und( iriijn'fl i is now nrc- I T signed the i.ffiec Judge of the Circuit Court I i These GINS have given great satisfaction to all I Bonnets, I IA
,., ; 'rii.c1\ b-r .hcrNl.ou- anyinfoimation ill pared to furnish them to cnif-r. tosretbcr will full instructions for the Ka'tein Judicial Circuit .
i;: '- ; ; Therefore an elcc-I I who have heretofore had them., LARGE AS OBTME T OF V-
V :,V'V> t.i :sil Mi.lc! civeu to cither Dr E. or Ti"in-! B.El\1EDY, fur their use. One Mat-Line is equal to S lion is berrby ordered to bo held in the several Counties ; McN AUGHT & ORMOND. AND AMERICAN

r..na: : : i. Tail.ahaee! wil! ever ba reinenibcrcJi. I DK. JOHN nULI 'S K1XO of PAI\ (,I' 10 giiod 3 earn Irenes, ami nil kind of Sewing can II composing the Eastern Circuit, on ilonci.iv. the NewportAu2ust8. 1857. 32 /;ENGLISH, FRENCH. 4

.. lurned iould tTor byDANIEL Is warrai.tcd lie : It": oppoitni.itv I to cure the following] disease?, to wit- pro one Judge to the
LAUD! X\.port. I Cholera Bowel Complaint D.'seat.nrVeak Sternneil. ut any time by calling on the undersigned at his I il leSlnct : I uriexpirei! term. i! TRIMMED LACEAND STRAW BONNETS

Si' 'i'; :J. 1 ::;:_ ;% ; General 1 Debility, Liter Complaint Dyspepsia, d l<- > Ill Tallahassee. 'Singer's Gazette paper{ devoted The JaJije- of Probate in the several Counties of Rice-Fresh Rice. I' ? ALSO A LAHCC A33OUTMEST OF

-- - --- 'I Chills and Fever Rheumatism in its worst f.nm. severe i to Rtwiup: will be fuini">Ijed to any one on application said Circuit will take due notice hereof and iiiiikc the I f rv WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rice to arrive French Flowers Artificials! &c. Ac., <5c.
TALLAHASSEEPeiualeSerninary. v.h-ie, li. 1'1'f the! dilH-rent sizes -
gratis,
Burns. Asthma! l'tIi, ':,', Bruise? S"f's. Wsn.t of e turns to the office of the Secretary of State in tie .JU in a few days direct from Charleston Sendin
be P. P. LEWIS.
I Action in the Kidneys, Pi'.PS! Rio! vorms. Painter's may seen. manner: prescribed by law. ycur orders and have it marked, you who want. Embroideries.Rich
t I IJ August: 8. 1657, 32Notice la testimony wln-rcff, I have hereunto set .
I Chjlic, Head and Toothache. Coughs! Cold! Cancer: J mv bar.
0 I I Tumora.Swclins. Cuts. Seal-!!!*. Scrofula <>r King'sEil JI I nul 1 caused to be affixed the great seal of the I -.JSO- Valencsne Maltese anJ! Honathoa teas of

" .1"11l} : Il .t. 'f.e';"* fthi* INSTITUTION 11'1.11 com- !.i ScaiM Ft-vcr, and all Pains and '\eb
; -..',' ('U M iNDAY. the fifth of Oct.-b, 1 ?".T, whatever form they may: app -ar. This: medicine has ..b r.ftci date s-hall Hi-' Hon. t tI 1 IS-C. 1 liiis: ;.I N:, day of July, A. 1) 1S5"7.JAMtd ; prices than you py this Spring in the big city of Erab'd. mouslin Collars, fruro 121 cts. to fS.Oo->
I '\ arr.lto
; i. '.rr :Jiu- rLnig.- JOHN A. RANT and LAJJY.3n I been before the public about three and has > E. BUOOMK, Governor. : New York. For further particulars'enquire at I Emb'd. mouslin Sleeves. V
years Ifl'n.lJlt"Jf J'-iTt-ison fur *
._. 'e ( !inty; :ui V D. LADD
ed t> ih!; a deep sense of the responsibiirtyf A'.to-t! Newport.March
; pr lived ii iliat true than all other I :
safiVrin simi
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more :
I ( ](-r andfrit! for>i the salt! ct lIe, fullowi:.; descril.ii Hats
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f (' in t.'('Ir arduous nnd SijipoilaLt undertaking'he !I-. L. ViLr.rrif.rE of State. : 2 I/37. 12
combined.! For sale nt DR. JOHN- I Sccn-bry ,
I lIar preparations lainU! iKli.si.iii V t' lie ( rtitf of I!L L el, de- _
C.inJucors] ff the Institalson desire cxp'.icity!: toM I I All t'e' rn"rhi the :Ka: Jn licial Circuit will "
' j / Sarsaparilla D in LiHiIe! a'id NewYok. lern A LARGE A.SSOETMKXT OF
pot ({lts..I. (tonitThe j Kt ".fti! SV 4. und I tI.t! \V jcf
tit .' Lfi.- chief fl, .'. an-1} that to which their, I "MANTILLASFOR
.it. : ; ; !It" I rnl.IiVi[ till div if-icctiic.
, .. the S! E J of -td'. K-:{. tl e K A f.f'tl.e SV }. an1f 1 I' fII Gents and Youths Spring and Summer m
V _.:: stll.r'.s .ill.: ( devoted. s t<> rive the PUPILS \11..11.1.7.:1 I 1
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I.e-r Li'if: !!.' W 4 <.f Sec. :; }I. the K 4 of tliN I IW : HATS.Clothing'.
& .ll) jijay be C''>:ii'led to thom n Found aid compkto Dr.. John Bull'sComp.1unt I II -------- TltE c
4 of S, e. 2S. an-J t tb.d I t of the S W (.,f Soc. 21 I, -
:-eai.'n-o.1I.J in n-ftfreuc1 to tile utility: oCit dis- Pectoiial ofVill Cherry a certain cure .1'ia T 2, l5N aL'l I Y. .utaiiiin iu all 14'J' I ForSale ;
a c :: acr"r.iu1Ve and Summer of 1857.
''.1 ".JU' brail l >V?. and complete! ns reirnriU the adap- for Cough, Colds and all diseases of the Throat an VILung' I lc.-> I II Spring __
I or s.Aito Y.VLCAri.1.: P\\T.\TIIJX IN Lros Cocvrv, FLA. I Ir
lion r f ahe! ::.:<' course to the particular! fUit'ousnieb A LARGE AisotnresT or
'i.aer lot tIle X.rlLcl"n.1, the j SUBSCRIBERS have received Exrress.
re dcf-tinod. Their endeavor Tiold a (- :u li'X"fl of T A ILL bold at pii-.ifpsale, that fine plautationkii'.wn : 1'IIE by
\ rul. :
] .ny LlE: LIVELY. Tallahassee. Gents fashionable CLOTHING.Boots
,1 .
I town of M.!.ti'-clii.! on I tlf ri;1,1 of 11.( toad :heating few of those most Fashionable and by far the _
v I!llt!. ii'4 t-! : t1 J'nw'ImJ! valueless exhibition cf Principal! Offices L--u-.villc i and New York. I'I'I T T as Vie' Harrow l'li/e, formerly
; : to Oi-oj:ia. To bo sold for the paMiictit (1ft the dibts most desirable
V1..Id.i; .. trJTiiijtr.ta.:throagl; over wrougljt xncmoV June 27, '57. 2"iAFRESH I 0'11.101. David Barrow, and now by Bryan i and'Shoes
ofBaidi-litp. LLACKiU'KX
L. II.: Ad'i.fr.
". but ...<- utial, intl'llf'ctu:1 prnfieiucy, through, --- -_. -- ----- I. : I. 'rHO..m, sjn.e t'Ii miles N. E. cf Tallahassee. The' Chantilly Lace Mantillas ,
Au n=t8, lc-57. ;;2wQUININE! A LARGE ASSOKTXENT OF -
if luejrutu: tjf un cxerut-eJ underttl'- cultivated ARRIVAL 2 ___ __ .______ _____ I plantation: ,vtnirq: Twenty-five Hundred Acres of of various patterns and designs, which they offer on
:.Misfit: ipd '.\ *oarag<.J action (f the reasoiiiug faculties Laii'l: the greater part of which j is equal, to any land I the mot reasonable terma. Call early if you wish .Ladies, Gents, Youths and Child SHOES. -

From .;v. Orleans, per n'.}[ R. PETT1S : ,0.1 iu riorM.i. Tl.tre arc about t'"e'cJr urteen huu- I Ilre.1 the choice selections. BUTLER A DE1 H..ut. I ALSO r.

TERMS : V 0 A CASKS Si \** au.l 1 Shoulders.U received s>'00 OLNCE.S Sulpil ( U iui acres lIf Pen 1.111,1, and l the remainder finely tim- : March H/5';'. 11 V Servants SHOES. of every quality.
G JUST bore'l.' iicu; Jill:: a large quaultty: of very superior land, I
t02 A BI SIOX OF Twcvry. IIr.s: 5 Teirces Dariiekls" best Sugar e iiraiiil, to.itl.critha! rn-at varietyof clear. The --------- STAPLE GOODS.

_'ritnsry l-ptmvnt..l 9 o cure} Ilarr., I, pr.n- Cfiii-nls.! : A. lE: A i LIVELY.August I I, Jet to bou-jc. tiL'd iirprovcL.cut.-quarters for about are very one good hundred-adtveliiug V Tallahassee Sash and Blind I Cotton and LiScc OsnabnrjS. _

3ecc2 J L'M-; c. 1C 00 1 Teiree" Sugar" cured Pnccked Beef. 5, 1857. : .__._ __ I i negroes, good f.ncee.. The plantation u ill be sold FA.CTOB..Y. i irIIE Brown and Blue Shirting and Sheefm;j,

COLLLGIATC DEPAHTMEXT : 20 1 Bblil. :Mess PGk.'IBeef V Tongues, Ion7rRead) This!! for one.third cash, the bal.ince in one a Illwo years, I undersigned adapts this method of informing I Mariboronj Plaids arid Stripe,

'fC2c-s.-s! . 25 00 with iiiterest frou date of!lc. The ]plantation' will : Choctay Sti ipes, Apron Checks
First: Gr ie
: <: perterrn. 20 Rectified WJ.i': ('v, Oils IJO\'T public, that he bas recommenced the above II _
St.-c-.nd 20 00 be shown to any one desiring, to purchase, by Mr. I Bed Ticking, Ac, te., &c.AI:1.vva.I1E.
GO Sapeifiti* Flo-jr. NEW WHEAT," business >n Uw city (.f Tallahassee, and would bet
-r E: have .just rcivf.l frotH New Orleans, Per Ilyinnn, the manager: on the pla"e. Purchasers will
DJJ' I pleased (' receive the patronage of his friends. : : ::
I OA .rr .U. n.rJ3T : 40 Plant"] Extra: Flour, ,, Shopat .
Srhr.Vm.. It. IVttis, und Now York Per i I: at'ply to the undersigned in TaIlIlLa ?c'( I _
00 1 Hhd. choice Brow Sugar, the Rail Ruad Depot. 1. W. BOWEN. A and well selected stock of HARDWARE.
10 large
':.1win; RnJ Painting ia Oil, &c. per term. I Baik H. J H. rJar..blo: a l.rge and I well selected W. CALL. I March _
:.'::1hrnidcr> {I fall knj: ?. .. 10 00 1 prime STOCK OF: GROCERlLfi.ALfO jl July 25. 1 ?;'. :fltfTaylor's 1. 7. 10 All of tbe above articles will be sold low by

V; ix Dow.l'I'' vr Fruit, (each). 1 2 00 3 Bbls. Lard, --- --- ------ -- ,I D. C. WILSON. _
V 4 Ttirces Ilici1 '. -- CIG.R.S -A LARGE lot just re- March 14, '67. 11
l-I\L: DEPAEirT-NT. I Cotton Gins. > ceivedbr
Bbl. White Bean. :
" Wincs. Brandies S\rups Cigars, &c.
UnJ.rg7.rcjaeof..tfrs. GRANT: 5 Bbl=. No. 1 Mackerel, The Sabriibcrs are d'-tc-rminc'l after thif datl'1tJ \7"Ehave on band Gins (.f 40, -i5 and 50 Saws, McDOUGALL J HOBBY. Book Bindery.

1 .''a-itp: (.u tl.<- Pano: and Guitar (each). 25 00 15 Bags Rio Coffee, abandon the systt-m stHing goods oa a CREDIT.Tvr f 1 andean deliver them either bore or at Newport I J \Iarch 21./5. 12

I t ?"Ct of lustrum ent ... 5 00 5 Baskets Istqualit- Ht-idMcChnmpaignc," ; Ctl i/i C' Product I at 2.50 per Saw, r.n al.le ht January: next. i I V mEE Book Bindery of McDOUGALL & HOBBY. _
'IT untiy L
is in
Euls. Old Mtiiruahala Corn. again: operation.
2
I
Whiskey,
': is Electrical Machine 1 ,one \
\ the an ALSOBrown's -
'MT1r upparatus we will at time Le happY serve our customers I March 21./57. 1*
1 Bbl. Old Pt-ach Brand any
;f t'je' JUT* Ft America, attadicd to which are bat- 1 Lard Oil, with goads of <-ery .description at a small advance I "Washing' Mac-hinps," made] at Columbus, i 1 HO A BUSHELS CORN for sale by .
trvs; Puffi'irtjl to -nu-e lath. Also Telescope by HOPKINS J MEGINNISS J UvHJ HOPKINS & MEGINNISS.
iibove, New York and New Orleans If Georgia. Agents.
price Seed
:3 Casks Ale in : ?, you Rice.
in the can be pzt100 I. March 21./67. 12
nol'ulle's
v.Kifli!1 the ir.oui. O i.'js moon 5 1857. S2 Sent.
Sacks Salt. doubt it, come and] try us, at J. B. Gamble's Old August [ copy. _
V"-';u.ctly diperneand] ; a Mimiccope of the aston- Stand, Corner of Monroe and Jefferson Streets. 100 BUSHELS SEED RICE. for sale by
Fcr sale by R. H. BERRY.
Ii'g IY'\\'i't tf manf-i'J: a drop vinegar to twen- 1657. RROK.AW 34
i ... 1.et !io length, and th -i8Jp.ty 'f f"rms in which May h _. __ ('CB Flour, lohdfdo. LADIES'Iiaes. e, --- --

V V at'inai ]jf. ara; 15 !b'-ee) i A vie1-116 departments of Notice.I GOLD PEN VVVj .i lib'!''. Uacoti Siucs, Buck Thread and Lisle Gloves, Spring and Summer Styles

crost* u.Tue WILL sell one of the best Pine Laud places in .1,1 4. BELl'? tl, For
put!,!'* a64oci-ivea for nle'S a rj ricd) than a Columbia county mixed with oak and hickory, Manufacturing Co from the Pettia and for sale by Landing per Sampson and for sale bv 186'7. _
&.. containing 400 acres, with good and sufficient Title SUBSCRIBERS }have received by the last
F 6Fi:'u' ; vrl] ss b Y !r'eCliU greei-nt. McN AUGHT OHMOND k CO. I AlcNAUGHT, OKMOND CO. THE
I to t the same. This! ]lan'l is based on marl and clay, :13: imo.vmvAY M-W YOKJC, AYT.------ 16 ApriNS7. 16 from New York. a full and elegant assortment
Payments : excellent for Cotton tc. --.- .-- --------- ---- of LADIES DRESS
is GOODS
and Long Staple Corn. a HE now Belling their splendid Gold IVni. Pencils consistingof _
Ii is d -rhe: that PAYMENT of at leAt (' e'f I handsome settlement] dwelling house and necessary A and Pen Oa>cs at the Lowtrt Retail Prices, Just Received SPRING & SUMMER an endless variety of the most fashionable ttyles'

-1 :A. fch-jul be ma.1'.1 vijce. The neccaitUV5a:3er6 o. 4 out-houes, and constant water. I have seventeen aud each purchaser Draws a of Paris Printed Organdies on plain and plaid cloths _

'.: : are tuch as i-> render this: aliaoft in di"pe':1I 1icrl'in cotton which I "mId go with the place if P K E::MI U.lIl'UE.JIIIJ.JI BE.111UJ1 PER "J. G. ANDERSON," Q-OOIPS. from plain to full chintz colored.
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Ju.t. rtTjiied, two hundred acres of land the timber has A B E -C T 1Ft' I. AND \A l lED Organdy robes designs entirely new,

_A'JS36t 29, 1 57 .S5-tf [Seat C3py. t teen killed on about two years, logs cut and heaped, of from 50 cents to $1000 AMUKTMXSr OF I II HODGKlSSi"SCOTT & POOLE Jaconet; a II _

aQ-.i' 000 rails split to enclose the same. This As soon as a Pen or Pencil is purchased tie Premium ISLE Lit AIDS. do. Tiimmings, lo. Fringes Are now receiving a Large Stock of Printed Baresje robes, designs entirely ne ?,-
; Grenadine
Jefferson Academy I place i* aJ1'0"1'11' ? a large body of good hammock is delivered immediately. J Steel Spiing Skeleton SkirU. Setts Brass Skirt robcp, striped Brocade and C1nbli
SPRING AND
SUMMER
tha *au be bought oo guod tornis. Any person GUODS Flounces, .
Irnd BUTLER ttV DE lIA 1.
LIST OF TEN AND THE RETAIL PalEs: 1I1)( 11.
M OT1CELL0 VLOJtID.t.1 i iurrnntioL will pled] address rue at Tu=tcnrrrfp Embracing imaginable of Foulard silk FIolm e.
| wishing i June 27 5?. 26gE every style
25 nndl (lift
Gold I'cn'.l
Columbia countv. E. f la. Double skirted Slarqufife Flounce with
rest office, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, viz *, together a
G I ----- -- :
INSTITUTION. c' C. ::11. \V. COLLINS.August EnjirosMng size . 2 50 2 lifts beautiful assortment of Linen Cambrics in dress
THE regular exercises of tbi S4"9wr Silver Ex. Holders 2 5 2 do Just Received LACKS, MANTLES: SOATJFS, ROBES, MUSLINS. patterns white} printed and Polka
I bt- MONDAY, the 28th Soptemlcr. 22 1857. spot, Brilliantei
resumed
will on "
Silver Dbl. Ex. Holders. 3.; 3 do SILKS BOXXCTS
information, in &.C., &.C. printed Percales in great varietv. 4c. A& &e.
Any (sD* cesiiiog particular Mammoth 5 00 4 do Per ScJwoncr Ym. It. Pdtis
:
Circular.. On A lot of BUTLER ADEN HAM. _
will receive Notice. large Boys' Clothing
re2.rd to terms, &.c.. tc, Leviathan C 25 6 (It) Mnrch.147.
: ; to W.O. G1RAJIDEAU, Pnn 1. to the lion KA DRUMS Fresh Dried Figs A large lot of Metis' _11 _
applicutlon 170UR; weeks from date. I shall apply Fountain Pen Gold Desk Holder. P 75 S d<> Clothing.
0J
A'Jguet.1'Z._ 35 r Judge of Probate Jefferson county for leave Mam'wth &: box 6 25 5 Ao C Boxes Fresh Lemoisu, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, I V
2 Cases Guava Jelly of the Season.
to sell the following discribed Lands bcIongllgtLe } to Levi'n Gld Pen, G'khDesk Hol'r ( 25 5 d-> 1 Trail New Dales. And! every other article of Merchandise suitable I Opening -

University of Louisiana, tstaie. i.f William Gorman cJf'ccI.\edIYlIlg in Gothic Silver Case and Gold Pen. 8 75 3 do AMES d LIVELY. for this ml ettrr BONNETS
said CJuntto.wit : The W } ofS W 4 of sec 3-1, the Mam'oth Go'ic Silv'r Ca A G'ld] Pen 6 25 5 do V :: Call ,

MEDICAL DEPARTMENTJ ; S E: i of S E + of seC S3. the S W i of S E 4 of sec Gold Tooth rick. . . . 2 50 2 do June 13, 57. 24 an'! examine thorn.J53 Head Dresses _
French
--.-..c'Tn. .-- 33 the S W 4 of IitC S3, tlie S E i t.fS F. i uf.ct32. 0 and Ear Pick----- 75 3 d.> 1 "OiiGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE. Flowers, V

Anneal Coarse Lectures in this department 10th I\li in Township L Range 4, N L E ; Also tha -E V0fNEofEee5theEofSWfNEjnf Gold Wa'b Key, To'th Pick i Pen'l 3 75 3' do FULTON FOU DRY-- April 1167. 15 Rushes, Ribbons, Blond Edgings .

1 will eminence on MONDAY November sec Ladit"- Gol Pencils. . . 260 2 i do ___
H,7; and will terminate ia the cnsomg March. f. theNV4ofNVofmec4.tbcE0fkWifse . . 3 'j 5 3 do Ta1.1aha.sscco .ia. Just Received from N. Y &c., &c.

JAMES JONES, M. D, Professor of PracticeofMed- (. 4, the W i of NEt (,Section 4, all in Ti, 4' . . 5 00) 4 do r iRE UNDERSIGNED ***' leave" ta inform the MOURNING Bonnets trimmed, g D3
4i4,. n.1, S fc E ; aud the whyle containing 660 acr?ft '. and Peu C 25. t 6 do public that they IP.vC associated: themael'es: iu A FEW 1000 of those justly celebrated H. SEA 'OR,

J: L. RIDDELl. Y D. Prof' sorof Clumi.try.WARREN more or le&s. Also BO much of the NEt of SV J I Gfnts'Gold Cases and Pen . .10 00 S do business, under t tLc name xnd style of GARS. Crape "

STONE M. D Pn.frnAv-f ObMctne.6USTAVUS Hf Surgery.. (section 8. T 1. S. It 4, E. as lies Went of the road I' 3'm'oth eizol2 50 10 do Cary; Baya & CO., few dozen GERMAN- AL80A BITTERS.- Crape and Straw Bound's trimmed
>. H CENAS, M. D- 'r.ff''I\t\r < be Diamond r iu. : White and Black frames
from Monticello to containiugiLboutI Gold Pens to
Newport
landing all
A. NOTT, :1. I).. PjofcSbor of Materia We \al rant our I I for tbe Jiurposp of following the trade Found 0 acres more or le&s. tl.lI.und not surpassed by any establishment in the Iacl.iDloI"lI.J: are preparet to execute all kinds! of June 27, '57. 26 Hair .
Ml'rfi'nl': Said lands to be sold for division. stales and besides given a Pen or Pencil well --" apclitande.
,
Professor you wnik appertaining to this 1-'n inos?. Steam Engines
M. D. Anatomy.'IHoMAs Flat Bloomers
Gipsies f&ater
CO'"T'T: Exfr. Hood
ROBERT GORMAN Infant
JOA' also with Gifts Leghorn -
worth we present French Flowers
: BUNT. ::: I).. Prof-ser of pnsokbryjLIilarsANCE. 1857. 34-4 your money in you furnished to order ap.3 warranted tn give eatisf-ictinn. .burjj, &. ic.Head I
to
Augnst22 worth from 60 cents 1,000 Sugar Mills nut! Castings of all kinds mado with Dresses

aD PaHJ""' \'" .o&trutorof Ana GOLD WATCHES GOLD GUaRD AND: VHST CHAINS neatness au-1 d'.apatch.! : Plaus and estimates furnishedof ARTIFICIALS, &C. &C. Ribbons of th' irasurpasaed for BtjlenndTmriatj

. '' !. D. JTNAINSURANCE Gold Lockets l Diamond: Pins. Cameo setts, Gold all kin-is of Machinery and Engineering. Theyin I BY Express we have received a beautiful assort- black 'iJd white moat o.-.i.-exquisite. designs in 1 great asdwtde yaJnty. I

t<-ir.v.: 41 ue 'ec.Tli Studs Rings, Breast Pius Silver Fruit null also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Steam Engines of the above, selected in New York from narrow. me m
,
will be on o.I1ond .1giogs, Lace and a1 other axtiappertamnin ir.cS
( ,.ntofl! f 'r Ji, ecling open CONPANY I the latest Zep'ayr i-.
Cake Baskets, Silver Goblcte, ic. for Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing, and liar European importation, expressly for this
ocd m'la.Jn Oct..!t.r. risou'a Grist Mills for steam or horse market. .BUTLER t DENHAM. co tins department of n.lAdle.
The r.icury .Visiting Phveicians and] Surgeons I OF HARTFORD., .1 G EXTS-.A.VESTS A GENTS I JOSEPH power.CARDY March 14, '5'1. 11 wHet. DUTLER & Dtf .:.

wf tke CiAiitv nurpiul. Now is the time and here is the chance to make WILLIAM BAYA, \ Match U. '. 11

The Mude'ntK accompany the Professor in their Incorporated in 1 .-Chartir( Perpetnal0 ?1,0002,0003,0p05,000per JOHN OARDY. GroceriesBBLS. --V_ -

vi-its. an.!. flee (,f "ccjoy extraordiuary prac -
expense. in the sale of Gold Pens. Jewelry J(., t May 30. 57._ 22-ly_ .
tic: ui vaitAge CASH CAl'lTAL-8 i000,000IK year, 28 SUGAR, variou20 4. Summer 6f 1857.T .
Tciriary; to the Course Lectures will be.de- We offer a Liberal commission to Local and Traveling -' sacks COFFEE. qualltiell.Butter. .

ii.d..j d.ilyln ths Amphilheatre of the Hospital.fmth3l UKE AGAINST LOSS :AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, Agents, and give them Credit on One Half till ICE NOTICE Pilot Br-ead, V f THITE GOODS mention of every d scriptK>n nong'which
and and above air > Crackers, Barley r T we :
l of October on Clinical Mediane ON TEEMS ADAPTED TO TIlE HAZARD sold. A light and agreeable business Peas Bean' !
Surgery. and other sabjecU. wiihont any charge to AND C05SI3TEXT WITH THE LAWS n good paying busiues Agents wanted in all parts Number Two. Linqu<- fobaceo and> \\ 1'. 10-4 Pillow and 11-4 Case AUecdala Linen Sheeting.
Porter
Dsn.Tj3e A 'containing List of rrAle Vinegar Sauces,
-tu-lent- THOS. HUNT M. D. V OF COMrENSATION7. of the country. Catalooge a .
Adjjinistratorsoftbe Charity Hospital! elect Goods with full Explanations of terms to Agents'Wl \ FTER trying the experiment of furnishing ICE .A r1lc4, Soap.. Soda .Silol., :I' fa.Oils: drc.or 8-4 and 10-4 Counterpanes.
B. C. LEWIS, Agent, will be 'JL ut 2 3 } lb thus far fq.4 8UPP Y ot all clee in this line lanrone Cambrics Jaeo ets.,
I. ..l, in April 14th Resident Students, who areVli9J be sent on application,free. All orders prompt at Tollahasse @ cents V P'. V4yeticaud for I
,...... by the IbtitutkG.V For Tallahassc and vicinity. ly attended 1, and those sending up money by mail! we fiud at these rates and aa l long a season's tale as sale by Plaid Moslin" ,
Paris
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".'.: .1tt 2 9. 1B57. 85 August 16, 1857. 83 will receive such gaods as they order by the return can be expected, M ill leave us at least $500 out of I NewportMarehi" ORMOND"tt cxentleme'g O: V

___ mail or express, with the Gifts enclosed in. the packa pocket, in actual cost of Ice delivered. The lo s in jj Swiss" :

$25 REWARD ges. Address all orders to transporting and selling at Tallabmsoa is more tLan V Embroidered 3 wi>. iloJin.BRULUNTES >
Attachment.JoU BENTON & While wane to be --- II
MERRICK DEAN two ur one. cooliog you-lot kept I -
Grant ) In Justices Com t,2tid District, AWAY from the subscriber, near Madi 835 Broadway, N. Y. whole our s<(lees; therefore after the 1st July we ,- "unme1 and Mirseill.
named THORN- : Plain fancy
,':. > Leon Court. tRAN C. H., a negro man about 150 : N. B.-Gold Pens re-pointed in superior manner. will continue to sell ICti at our Ice House at St. 1 Frilled lone Cloth V ". -

Nitliad\ White.) Debt S,4O0. aged 23 years weigh has smile pounds.ratb when Enclose the Pen and thirty-nine cents in P. O. Stamps. Marks and Newport at tbd same price, f 2 .' V CLOTHING PaUntCrlnolfa.PUin V

'[''HE defendant and 1111 other;jnteTetl, are here- r littbteompleeh.d, bioad face somewhat, a crooked, and the Pen will be repwnted nnd returned post-paid. 21 i@1 S cents $ Bb aocerdi"Subcniberm V and plaid Kauisaoki.MULLS > VV

-ibv nU i.d of the mroetKcment of this euitvi.lurimbl spoken to.tigetbr and down. and look is about, legs 6 feet fl inches high. July 4, ':ii. 27-3m at th'Sr-" owt- VILOcZS. Sac\.a. Pmt" &bd ;It1oct.ion\Dd--\ \' .,
inclining -- choice '
tTiithiba Will .A k
be held nt 11' ; V
Court to
to n Jut'ee's owced' Judge Chase of Mon- i: t.tl.a, and latest Ityle do
formerly by Stocicnoc. I IV Cambric taJ3wii .
Bonds
''-- o HKV Jfcveinber, A.:D. 1857 and to Said Boy was ISalt Sit V u, quantity Brodie and forsale by Muslin
and has probably made his .way to that place, Ulual)1r.. I hug from AUGJ1T.R\lOlO' 00. French sets boys Collars
f (L' '- .. Uoello, L. I.. ........nAa. Ti.eabooew&rd we .a1Ihuaee Depot ftS i 1dc 7r nch Coliore;
*V ;per & ple:1n. the *11m,. V Dr.BatDM'd up toireiDU I V 'V 11 11 L&di.I *ndesJemen L. camb'c Handkerchief.
air.- .." seal thlll2 i tiI t .. ..r I V -i' .Ma1 &t the *epot. and their own aecou;' March 31. a.hoTdere-1t.s. sed Ernlld 1.tankevchiefa.
.... tI""r to keep ItiE. but on 'wlau TrOpose .- half tierc .l*ndSog p** V 4 tb "V
i.Uit .a" Dau. .. par1.icu1ar1y those \ : tiMe" and 6 V R1 Vat Lace &A =. V
& D. 1"c... I 'Irtioain the OOflfltT7'1tMir lupp1; arranged fCfr RICK and for ale bMcATJOHT 'W". kBtTIsPlYsch 'e ni1 .
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V aalfl\ can 11"eui. ORMOND k CO. .
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ell
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I or to stilt tnelr'i 1.
.. tt fin.orr1f'r. 1',
to kD "t Wtlool' ? WlPOJ bn wQer Uti UAo.' .. LIVERPOOL. in I t.Ma.nf NeW"o'rt jI. 1XI."y ES & LAUD. ..1*
i NOY lSB7
... [t. 8. vfGrtnaton ----- BAOS for 1 .AJ nU,
pAid ir
.' 1 his Thn8AI\t\d It\le&bbO I
67 .JC..tiCuftL apprehension. 'V .
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:'he Floridian & Journal I I THE MOST USFFCL, MOST PER- to3 1 1- P. B. BitO.KAW'S.:,: I NEW CARRIAGE- SHOP. THOMAS WHITE Dr. McLANE'S: =

It published every SATURDAY, by FECT, MOST COXCISE: : tlVf1RY MB: SUB SUSIES .CfitE ii A 1'EDVERMIFUGE'
r 'IIE rndertizned bigs leave to inform the citi-
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JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PHOPRIBTOK. CHU.\P1SB Til AS TilE CIIBiPCST : tr TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. JL zeDS of Tallaba"eee and vincinity. that he has TV/TANUFACTURER of Copper'and Sheet Iron

At Two DOLLARS per annum, in advance. Better than the IScst 'i would opened a carriage shop in this place j joining : \. Ware, and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fancy -
inform
TJ ,rpj Proprietor t Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the eitucns;
Published W'ttHfy.TJtr t-3 I'I'r -.h.-.. ;- 'i I his fl iends and the l1-r"' ,I! Brokaw's Livery Stables, I of Tullahassc and thE surrounding country, that he I. ADLIVERPILLS

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. lI"w!( ontfOne Dvllur% re r.Gi public, that he has rebuilt his. : in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner, now prepared to wait (.n all that wish to patronize .

\ote.. square. of 12 lines, or less, first insertion. $1 00 REATEST .IHSCOYLItY of the Pieson: **j !i large Thick Stables! at the old stand, and i is now I where he i is prepared to Jo all kinds of work in his him in his line of business. Ha aW tenders his thanksto ,

I each subsequent soP Century cf Deteringi piepared t. accommodate his friends and customers line, at the shoitest notice and on the meet his friends, and the public generally for the very Two.f th. hat Pr.'*"..of
ofcssionalaai Bc&iuess Cards inserted at f 10 per ; 'i'ERFErTo I I .Hi also has attached to his St\bll's,11 good Blacksmith :. liberal patronage with whith be has heretofore been the A*e.
S
i COU ,- K NOTES. ', REASONABLE TERMS,
1 DD'im. :i i ij Shop where he will have have done all kinds of favored, and he hopes that a continuation rf tb. same

?* dre.-t seraeuts not tn'rlcvd with the number of j I Describing Every Genuine Bill in Existence, r.ud !, PUotationvork, Horse shoeing, and Carriagework in such as carriage painting and trimming; making new will be granted him., They arc not recommended

Insertions will be cemtanueJ until forbid, and charged Exhibiting at a glance every Counter- .jj the very best manner and with promptnses and dia buggies and wagons! and all kinds of repairing. JHaving He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all

accordingly.): j feit in Circulation I patch. I procured a first rate t sorts of Ware usually kent in nn establishment of his as Universal p

39"Certificates of publication of legal or estate Arranged BO ndm'.rably. that REFERENCE is .j | Novembers. _.,.1S5S.. . 44 i i Carriage Painter and Trimmer, I line of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron
fsUieee will not be given until the advertising fee is I EASE aud DETECTION 3 '' - -- ---- Sheet Lead ; Load Pipe; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pnmp", C re-alls but
Jjl.-1. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, I I from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do i and a great other articles too numerous to men I simply forwhat
I many
. INSTANTANEOUS! trj I'I' For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I I this kind' of work as well and in the latest style, as it I, tion. their
-
-
e:3f* No Index to examine No pages to hunt 03 call be done at the Noith. TO BUILDERS.Tin name pur..
BLACKSMITHING up I But so simplified and arranged, that the CD rL Yi1 _r]"HE Subscriber has just received a All those who have this kind U work to do, and -
i Merchant, Banker and Business Men can sell a1* W *-? cry large supply of Carriages, wish it done in a manner that will not fail I to give Roofing Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting ports.
0"STUB firm -of BROKAW & f t a Glance. CO ct;" i t Buggies i and Hal tic?*, which he offers satisfaction, wc Id do well to call Pipes Ac, all of which h. promises to do in the most

baring been dissol-j. i for sale on the most reasonable tf'I'mR. onWM.. KUIINS' I woik-mnn-like manner and style, and of the best ma I The VERMIFUGE for
It has taken November 18, 1851. 46 1 tcriul on shottcst\ notice UlJ I moat reasonable terms ,
to make this 0 267 18
; undersigned notifies his I ycais perfect i : May
--- -- I Having ben engaged for the last eight years in i
the that he has tj MILES -- expelling Worms
and
: ; istotners public generally GREAT DISCOVERY. I NASH & Co.: Piano Fortes. business; at this place he thinks it unnecessary: to recommend from
with D. C. Wilson, by which he I
!
t.r:. .' tho arrangements formerly: occupied by him, under the The urgent necessity for such a work has. lang 'd I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. himself any further to the public at regards the human
: shop has
I j been felt by Commercial men. It has been pubhshed I el.ifrom) x esVoik 'J, E are prepared to furnish PianoFortes l !l.i!, capabilities as i S mechanic! but at the same time hei system,
':r.11 fH. ; to supply the call for such a Preventive, KH .FUST l" cncral pei baik' R. 11. Gnmf. I of the very best quality, i as-uin all that favor him with a call, good work and also been
a assoitmeut of tides! in line,
our administeredwith
B. Fitts & Co. I I the most liberal tenns.
and needs but to lie known to be Universally M such as Oils. of almost kind Fluid, upon cheap prices.
done in Patronized. It does than has been attempted every Burning They are second to none iu any country either as removed from the old stand formerly known I
b.i i is nw prepared: to'execute all work I more ever M I White Load, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of Having < the
." eirIiue of bus t.e!*. viz: by men. 2T" It desoiibes every" Bank best jnahfy: Putty, Biushes, Potash, Soda Sparkling to quality or pi ice. as White& Slusse-r, he will be found at his stand corner most satisfactoryresults
Note in three Different LangungeE, Every Instrument be warranted. of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait I
Horse \t..cillg, Ironing and Re i I II III Gelatin'*.London Mustard, French Brandy (very best) MILES NASH A CO. WHITE. to various animals
THOMAS
E.' G LI1jII FRESCH AXJt UKRMAX.I medicinal on all his friends.
tf tpair.ing Carriages and Bug I, g j purpoe) Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, February 23,185C. 8
J Plantation work Thus Each may read the eame in his own Native 7 Ink", Quinine-, Peruvian B.uk, Fluid Extract Buchu, I Dec. 1,1855.. 48WILLIAM subject to Worms-
ofj I -- ---- ----
gics, I Ton uo. iJf &t... tic., aud) a ojeniTal a*=rtment of Popular Patent I Olive Oil.

every discription, TERMS. 1 he paper will be about 28 by 42 Mtniieiics.c r keep none but the very. beet an.1 1 1he \ I P. SLUSSEK, The
and Wagons f I > to merit i A SUPERIOR article for Table n'c. Just re f LIVER PILLS; for
same
\lilllrMs repairing Ironing i inches and will contain the most Perfect Bank "i pe your pitionac: j j"JULES 1.
.. i V ccived AMES A t LIVELY. F1n.
NASH A by Ta11ahqsscc,
and Carls, Note List P iblished.Together CO.
I with the rate of Discount. rllth 20, 185.) IS I, _.Api'll. 5. .2S5G.. . It. \1 A\T'r\fnRI-n: : CoPPr.KTlN AM SlII'.UTI : the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT
; -- -- --- ------ -
and iu fact;every other discription of work made of O .
Also List of -- -- ; IRON W.xui "'I1.E RETAIL .
a Flower Jars. I ALE AND
Iron and Steel all of which we WARRANT, and pledge I t'1. all BILIOUS
omreelves to execute at the shortest notice. All fie 7'ivYtfcY JJanLcrs in 4 Fifrrti.I ? Corn and Cob Crusher. '! LARGE ortmrnt of Flower Jar, variou-> Si- '! DHALER iPi...UN, FANCY AND JAPANNED DERANGEMENTS -

II. B. FITTS. I A Complete Summary <>f the Finance of En I -RANGER'S p-iteutCuiu mini C..b Crusher I A ze*, Just icceiredand for sale byAMES I|j' WAKE. I SICK HEADACHE

rb.l4lS:7. 7-ly rope and America Mill be puhlishfd: in each eli H JT have taken the Agency for; the sale of these eu i j & LIVELY. Stove IIoad-Quarlorif

j lion, together will all the Important hews of tho I pnor Cob l Ciu-hcr*. uuivpialcd it i is said 1 to any in i j Aprils, 18. fi. 14 &c.Purchasers
Notice. 1: d.H". Also; the C<> ntry. A *t"ck of these Ciushois, will bo (In | _____ fS,,1ASPLF.XD1D assortment Coofctcg, Parlor .
L-.1 trimmed with neatness
hand 't this, Fall. Prif'r'J }low India Rubber Belting. tl\"e",
j : early ooming vry considoring -
FHE undersigned has made arrangements nth: II I INTERESTING STORIES I Ifor I 55s2nnd durability, at reduced piice will
grout: sa\h'g: in fe-Cv! 15 $55 $*Ij J5 each A LARGE SUPPLY India] Rubber of i please
,l_ B. Fitts to take charge of his Blacksmith Shop From an Old Manusciipt found ia th'e East and Belting: : Out IJoor Work. I
these izePrices umf>ui thr.>r ad hands, and solicits for the new firm, the patronage 1! no ,11fo.c: to be found. It ha: tievcr ( t 0 two, three nnd ['111" ply, warranted fully equal I Ito be ask for
D. C. WILSON in and y appeared For frilht-r( rticutars. call and I examine for yoursthesso Leather, and 75 ]11cr cent cheaper ; iu fact conoidi i Roofing, Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering. Copper particular to
of his old customers. : print furnishes the .Aloft
History of Complete Oan soon as a stuck fur a sample: ailives. ued by t thie who have tried lhruisupoiior to Lcatli '! nnd Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead!, Sheet j i

Feb. 141857.--.-7----ly- -' I I I). LADD. er All sizes, from 4 to 14 inches wide constantlyon : Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cieturn Pumps. Shop noik i I Dr. fJlcLane's Celebrated -
OfllJXl'.t1. IJ1E Newport, July :>, 185(5.( 27 hand of vatiety d..ne at short notice. ,
D. LADD.
by I
every
500 AGENTS WANTED I . i
'i desc'/'rjed the Most Porpkxinjj Positions, III I -- -- N<-wpoiJOct. IS, 1S5C.. 42. I Cily and ('oznhi'y 72( hams \T ER HFUGE and
White Pine Lumber.
FOR 810 -- .- -
HOMESTEAD -
A : hic'i the 'I..ahf' and Gentlemen oft lat Connlrv -
,
Are invited give rue a call bcfoie i
respectfully
THIRD DIVISION. *" cave been s"> often fuund. These tit'iHtsiil! \. 1 I) fTI FII13TVliito Pine Luriibcr, naorted, !uitj I I Town Property for Sale. !I chafing elsewhere. pur LIVER PILLS, prepared by

continue throughout the whole year, andill 8 i\J\ iihiiv: lot C'abiiiP! Makois, Sa h and Blind Makers I I rrMIE undersigned offers at private sale, the folJow1. I: t-w"; N. B. Ail articles mauufactned from the I

$310,000 Worth of Farms and Euil'Jing prove the Host Enteriuing! ever offered to the c. I or Joiners Woik. Nf ofN-n s'ldi a lot for sale I I. lug de--e-nbed property, known at the Jr.-u i in Lots, i best material anti, warranted durable. No other tery arti 6.

LOTS i Public.i < I here. )IcXlj(al'r. ORMOND & CO. I \\t\ : Lots Xo :a, 25,27, ;30, 48, 110 1 tl, 112, 1L:;, le will be offered for sale. i Q wrnmq t ,y\o5.)

i }urnidielVeekly to Sal'?cribers or.ly at Nov., '50. -13 I I i I-I. 22tl: 227. 2-I5.:: 239,210, 211, 242, 213: 214. 245, October ZO, 18:15. 42 i
IX TltK GOLD KEG MX OF CI"LrrrER CO., "IIlJXI.rro 81
:
?1 a year. All lelleis must be adt1I"l'eccd to ------ I 213, 21C 250) 252, 253 254, 25rt, 257, 253. 2fiH, all .
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7lh be divided of \December ara;>ngt, 1S57.10,200? Sabsciiptions subscribers, on O.VLV the !I JOHN PuLl-S.hc:DYE.' and Proprietor.Broker, g I' 50,000 Havana Sugars. ::l!!: ;in the original plan of the ALSO city Tallahassee. AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE--COO-- I I SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh -

?IO down; or 15 one half down the re.-ton delivery [ 70 Wail Stioet. New Voik.C 'I LL in-i-"'>ii' who, !t.\"" t. !:nm' ke fofiTTlA'iJ: : CAPITAL,. .. .. . .?500t 00. I j Pa. and take

of the DEED. Every subieib will get a BuildingLot !I March 21, 1657 12-lv .- -t-- \- (..n 'iII.1.L.'u t -iji't,!1.\: \!li "ine Ir t.)".-'>c>. ',-IIr- i I;i Lots No*. 1,2.3, -t t, .>. G, 7. in S. County: qr. I THE undersigned! Agent of the above Company f no

or a Farm ratgin; iu value from ?10 to *25,}0'J. ,: ki-'i a.l 1 * The Farms and L',ts arc sold s> cheap to induce') Store t.f I .ME I..I\lI..Y.: !I are
i NEW COODSTJOIN : I ; L. t tN"-. .i, 12, 13, 15, Iti, 22, 25, :9. .10, 18, 61 aaint1053 by File-, <-n Brick and Frame Buildings,
settlements, a sufficient number be-inj; reserved, the 20 1 "0. .t fA. i
i trutnro.Mrchar.tize! '.tc.i !
1 C'J. in tbf S'JI1'h} J County quarte-r.: : i other
_. preparations now
increase the value of which will '- ji .he
:n ''tllpdJSlt : -- -- --- -- -- '. ,
i 3 CLEWIS
1&5J.
1! |
TIle abi; k-jctibcd propeity forneily belemmge1to JanuaryJ'. _. .
low price nw a"kcd. Upwards (.f 1050 -- -------
apparent \ '!
PRlTOEIOUS. Gov. Brown. ForfuitliT infoiciatio-n and trrrH, before the
Lots are already sold: and a company' of M ttlers!" c.'led B.]i CLAilKR 1 1 which: } will be lilieral, apply to A.IViry Atrulur I ILMJ', i Wines, Syrups, &c. 'i public, purporting -

""The Rappahannock Pioneer ..3=ffiUi >u, i i" wow ';, MERCHANT TAILOR Attoinev at Law, 1'allamice.} : Otr.rd Brandr, br.rklmg Cult,
forming and will I B'\>n cjunicn- .1 "dtlmlc'nL.1)- S PO-.V! ref''il' Ms: Tail: auJ Wii.tcr .Stock of I OLD. to be Vermifugeand .
I i CHARLES P. MANNING. ; Port, Old Port Juice,
H
pIe security will be given for the faithful ]Kri>>iinanccof I ?acr in I Heady Made riotkinrand. ((;, oels'litulle !1)1' i.1. I
I I sold, the abuvc propertywill be for rent. I Madeira, Brandy: Cherries,
oontractK arId prouiista. Neaily: 45,0'JO acres of j I Genllpmcn's Furnisliiii. tioods.; r'I? :' ? W? T? .A T) I A. PERRY AMAKER. i Sherry Sardines, ', Liver Pills. All
land, ia different part of Virginia, now :it command ,, ._. '.'jL i IJ: :t> J'J ilia ir t 11 3eoii I Gel itine Preserved Quinces I!
February 1R, 136. 7-tf Sparkling ,
and will be bold t,) settlor! nt from -1, up to :no. !I I now rerjfl'riqj.'af1 1'am ; -' i-tiii.: in p.rt .f i't etmh and Kugli-Ii Cloths, C.issimi i I - -- .- ._.-.-- -- _. --- --- I Flavoring Extraet, Pears, others in comparisonwith
per acre vnqutsltunalUear ir.U ill &:I ,-i\fs li<- i! an.'Iwler sup: -u'? ;!.".1 1 Vi.--ti,1:;0 of :ul '"'lor'! aid of the beet qual I Cod Liver Oil. Yeast Powder, Tamancds, ,

"!'". Wood cattc-f*, PO'J)<')-. f.irm<'r-, d.e., ire ,vz- ;' p1f.f Cloths, Cuisi.ncrcv, V'lirtg order ont : Olives Spices Dr. McLANE's
Spanish are
ted, and 500 AQK>TS to obtain MiW;il;er*, to '.\h.mi !.<- fl.rt t i eaaor.nWter''i! -> si'i-i i ill the not I FRESH i PURE of the celebrated I Brands"! He I. Starch ,
Every( Color -Sijlc: and Clark & Co. & Rushton's. Corn Pickles'Worcestershire
the most liberal jT1dflflW4t5jll I be given. Svine j I Quality, FASHIONABLE MANNER, I For sale AMES i LIVELY I Sauce, Salad Oil, worthless.
by
Agents write !hat they a"' jrakii.j ;>:.'00 per ra-'iith. which 1 am yripirrd In mi'sc
For full Sub5 i.c. j! rp in {faj-o v! Together! with: a'j( ml Nfitinfiit of | April ;, It jJ. 14 English Mustard Capers -
paiticuhr rirti"fls'lIde"o .
I
apply Cocoa The
Card: ,
1.fcLane'sVermifuge
to K. I5AUJin.! J; favJifana'dc x' ;!c, nn --/to:! i'of' ;rr READY-MADE: CLOTHING, !I AMES i LIVELY. GENUINE
Cll ctillg--n
r.i t Fvo-:,al. Cai.,!i.le (<., Va.AuUbt 1 I AND FlESONA8l.EtERMS that v-ill c"tp'.n' five'r.ibly) ; with any -t..:'k of Cltli- |1 Drugget, Hearth 'I January 5, 1S56. and Liver

; 15, Ie:." *3 1 .ALSO lag < vcr exhibited: f i ia!'- n thi: city! 11111: ill!: of !|, Rugs. ---- -. -- --- -----
-
_. I
-- -- ---- fine[ J Bla..k :an'l 1 0l.il! C..th :t-i!).I 1 I J'1"'k m O-at-, | Vt FINE LOT Brn: e:5! two amid) three Ply V.lxi : ORANGE SPRING Pills
be had
A i. VRtr.XT> W1I.: : .';5LJ.,: can now at
DENTISTRY.DR. I! :Tln Ttj"K( o- Fancy (Ca--rnt'ic an 1 lietsil'ijck .:! d }B'l-ino;s Carpeting. AIo.. a few pieces "\\wI and Con"1

READY-MAOE CLOTHING Ca! do., r.nJ line Uerutli[ R.acd for s.ile nirht Male & Female Seminar
T. T. GUI LEE : Ihuirrjct, : i all
; CoiiMsting! ,,f <.viv Bic-k!: an I o l1!,,rc 1 C'.e.l: !!:, Boavcr; a-id ri'Jt! t Over- 'II at D. LADD' respectable Drug
"\\7 ILLcontinac. iufuturt-, the practice of DEN j g'.no-PV scraLlc f..r winter wrti, I rpHE 'itll'.tihn ".f this In-t:f.tif-n i is at on. of the !
>'f TISTRY in S'I.ith Georgia, aid MiiJle and' such as tM'ak-.lalijasCoatj.v. ,...,, r.ats.lv.d.-., Sold: 'I' .t Newport t, Oi-t. 18, IE:.;. 42 I J- iinp't Sulphur! Springs in tbe OLntry. and 19 tin Stores. i
,\1'1"1) will I U dip! jSpd I Uai;].inV Dick:: auJ] ranc.P"l'"ill. l> and Cas:;r.1UIJ I --- -- I
" EastFlorida. lie ht> had sevjral y ais practical l expcricnce .If, at hw pri->". ]-.t... I j'lrjins! lor health. It 13 easy of access for steamboat
I Ilr J !
in the pi.'i =-ioa. the last thnv of vrhMi IMS AlsV -( 'Jt of Vlnil: :II.I 1 1<:a""'y -SLrt': Cjlhr-- I Be-t U;nI'm" -, D:1rtlll'Satin an I Cloth: \.I'ot t-, Notice I and a few hours 3taiug. I FLEMING BRO'S, '

;' been in thoi siTli'jvf C'Jl n'. His *v.ik i is oftL* ( Liideishirt.ivat'JIo l = | stnck', II,.-icry, Ac: ..c. I'-iiifv \'.'lvet, (Ci'iiaii-, Silk and Ca&hmerc rI.! '., [i SIX Months after ilite! shall] present ray t final ac- I j lie Piinc-ipnl with! the experience of twenty years
c-r. iu:,_ t;_ rulu.i, Ol..tt: Wilo! "n-ulti-f5r! ami aultnl! uf will devote I 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.
must beautiful anl duraM.thaia'lcr: ani t.itif..ctiouis ; vi.: -k:! cl,... counf= aii'l von:hf-rn'o t'!,e Hon. Jud:c cf Pro by a corps coiupeteiitaitNtarifs. ,
I tra.Jccd ia every instance.: Ounihterc.ts: by. ffVg: '.("i call. ns all the Zth.jV( ar- ;i hate: Jefferyiii poniity, :executor ofthe estate of I Lie whole: lime to tl e improvement ( \I fepupila.The Sole
tide liar .id; ;; :; ; : Gtnt-'Shaw; !Dics-inic R bes, l Pino: &.::t-, Silk, Proprietors.
All. iiauuicatious. sent 11, M"tit"cll Fla.revive ., -wi: 0 ijp n .aj l etoi! } i cat, ttre: i.iid with a Cot t'ni Mid ileiiuo Uu.!'' sJirts: Robert R.Jo'ie". !late! of sii'lount; / .ceas-d l ton 1 third tcsiol'ill commence Monday: January

attention as soon as picvlouswill eiiggni4ts I. pecia.(, view tat'ifiradaj'atioh!) ( *. j this market Canto riauicl: anJ .J cai: Dia-v:!. : aok f.r a diochnge fr-ia --cxcc.trir-l.ip.: 12, 187. For particulars: luMre", SCOVIL.t MEAD,
permit. __ ;.ber l'.<, Is50.; ly-12 I ROBERT; : I D. JOhNSON, Ext'r. R. ANDERSON, I'tiacipaf.Nor. No. Ill, Charters St. New Orleans.

.' ., .', i iu ---1/.0- March 11 t, 57. ll-Cn: 29, ISoo. 4S General Wholesale agent f.-r: tic Southern States, t
__ __ __ __ .
j
GARDEN SEEDS I whom ail orJers must be addre"sid.S'AlbvABrs .
A jrerun' :!=" !(mi nt nf Fancy, nd 1 Black Silk and j -
K F K K K A c i: s : j
(MIOWTH; OF l&5r. S.i'in: :ties: Ti i- :u ii I Ci: xaf1finLi1; !. c >!'ir.''l :nil I Dr. P. P. LEWIS Lumber, it UvtlT, E. Barmrtl.. ilii*
Ho:. .1. L, E..H.I, I I Xa.-u & CII. TallahneFla.. : J. S. )[ Pa VIM n
white Kid an Silk fl.\\!! ", uck :..111 1 I.i-lc TLrri 1
IIOX. 1'. II. I..\fi, 3lION. .I:Ae.pu..ii1e, (,a. 1. "' rE "-:on) i'u',1 the a;'..:ili;<.n nf < "-r fiiui l J" :IJ ,]'... T.i'lir-: G.i'i'UUt'up nor r'noJ.1ri; :1",1 1 .-J (( i I I\'E.S o'icc t o Ida flit I r-J' aid! pat TT"E\ : Lave on hind Five or Six hundred TLousanTi Quincy ; Gardner, it ili'.l.Newport!i ; W. T. Csrpitcrit'C ,,1
tL. l.Ji.::: rdt.: t.. f1' L.Ic a.1 I ,II X'tillS that 'lie '* n"w 'i i:1 "f : feet oftrco.1 1 SE\-O.\ED LCMECII: of eiery di, jcription j .. !
%\ S. 1'iL",un, p eiJl IJf.t: : P"tCSV' u .. Wa-ikreraA ; Me-ih it Pi-re. Mail"" n
'. Si.k I; I H r tmmIerih-f.) : Brrin and! Farr: Cotton: Lic; .
I4.t1cd.J 1 : ) J -Ltr lo, "
: 1.1..1.Hos. well sel.-cted] Atrtn4ci.t fj r' all thl.itt>-l itmi ,t Ientia which.wi delivered in TalInhale low.Thns.5 .- 1\
J EE.. I.\f1L'h";, )f I e I | ln-nd a.i -M.ui-io! J I lfee-, ..teCALL AND !j.rovcrnent 'I i iI Palmer it Bro. Montie-flo.! S. rU'f"lf'n. dertieew. ""'
J. O. lcfidU. f _, j I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. BUY. try. !: t, '1 he xti..ctio.i: of Tn'th.itho".t pro'lucing wishing Lumber can a Idrcss us at Cectrcville.BuH R.ger".t Co., Cl.nttahcrehee; Balz! ;-ll it "Wii1"''

(0." U. v." 1'." .I., c-, \1:1.1.0n. r ia. 1 I October 1 I1, 1 IP:";S. 42 i I p'L: ", Lv tIre aid\ of a ''-"ill: applicatim! which} Pi.r'>i''s! : sawed at "l.'it notice. on, Maricnr-i ; XichoKmA Zeiler, Baicbriilg t,n.
; i Oar .Se*>d. are proeurr-d fnun a Cold, Climate', and i'i .,PI.L! .I!:, aitifiei.il I f-r-e/insr niixturo to t he I A. R. COMBS i CO. I ICn '
('t; M. ;, UlT S'\IITII, AIi; ;".tv) Fla.N. I .- -. -.-- ; i -in : I pnit1* D. H. Dickm., Bainbridge! ; E. Seixas TbemnnevuOn. '"
J JI
: !1 coiisoqijpijtK! ) v.il! tl''iii-h the bvlUi i\i\ a wal'mcr.tt'! i until fully benumbed. 2d, The il1ifne.ij'lt"I'I tii/n ofa p.. 27, 1S. SJ
) -Pk.cg Lu; wm 1. iu 1.. ilh=. .1Ul'iug tl.t' Nails I ._____. I II. .
i :. (Call early FU"1'nir onjrr-] ;
I ( ou:: 57" fr ,
k.April "u as 'IViuji-rar\ Set:; on U Jutta[ I Pc-rcl.a, vh.ch; can Lc February, ISST. 8lyTALLAHASSEE.
latter ]'x.ri'A' the prese-ut w ( that you mu- securethe vanc'li. s \.>u

  • 25, 57. ._ .4_ _ _ AMES: & LIVELY.January 1.('I \) t.i C\I plIela:lIt J'I.dw'cI'ri'f'; !. I.y I repare.l: for a peinuuicut Set ; then inserted on I I I t ct, icre1y
    I I 31 I, So7. 5 P.C.VIL'sON.) that beautiful plan culled continuous Gums, which are Joseph \Vliitner and 1 In Leon county
    . FLORIDA,
    Ntice.: E\vlne!! IfumeViliiamu Ilitine
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    I Mi2:5, 57. ClITew so much worn and admired] for beautyslrengtb, andperect j I

    . f ETTEUS of ado- ,;,,.tratioll ha\"ilJ; bcc-n granted I' THROUGH IN 48 HOURS .. .- -- ------ .- _. ---- d"lIIines.! and Jessie Hume, infant hpil"SJ'! Mii'.dle! Circuit. @VlhleuleandRetailDeaIet\fleJ
    i .
    of Je .1eeea. cJ.IT
    JL/ to me (IU the '..t ,lay of June A. I). 1857, I byh _. .. I Books I May :;1. 156. 22 ;se Hume til DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
    ? i &
    -:4: .':.. "; < -- ---- ---- ------ :arinrj te the Court by nfti'a\itofR!: F.
    lion. Jodje\f: Probate for the tIC Leun, I I 'to npp
    . j county -=;:-'.c. '. ? .': : -, '.., :-c;:::- -- ... I, ''u 4.d Perfumery Dyestuff1,
    State cf Fl-J'-.ja, en the c-tate of lieurietU Maiy 10'i. J>v. j"r'j k J .J SUM'r.i PI ., }'V'. Notice.'lix
    Croom, dci-eased. iuf.mt daughter of the late Hardy I I .,.,.:.:. -:-. : .1 ;::" ;;-. ae :. \ i f' ..1:1.11"W'1111".II". .'(_.:.L.4. I' Eveline Hume, William! Hume and! Je;-i.' Hume reside I Sfice' SnuffSindows Glass Paints,
    B. Crjoir., all debts and demands of whatsoever '. .':.A','--"Jv'-h. L". 'fI"-.......q---.si..V' .'4t:7" ', -." I 'iar:'!ar.l ,',or1:.. I PI" :,'. I\. try.m.1. It" .I Mouth* after date the undersigned! pre=-nit i b.4\ond the, jurisdiction of this: Court and be\und Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
    ( <:'" 1 j'. in UKwith} all ti.-! ;r' 1'I'It! ]1.IIIat! ; : !. a. : hi. fn: il and vouchers the limit but within I Patent
    *BT2 against the estate of the ai.l 1 Henrietta 11:1'1 I t.J r. _;\"-E.--.:: I : afvfi'int as ailuiuistrator on I of this State, the United: States : and Glass Ware Medicines.
    Croon, decease', which ball lI"tlc exhibited! to uie n.un-iofi's, an Hi,! !Intli'rl'ijit" 'd I Stat,'?. the f-tutc! :'fVimt.. L-itPjoti: ceased, laic of Leon It is ordered that said! defendants appear and answer Fine Soaps.Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandiesand i

    administrator afoi esaid within two years as preeciibe I Milton and Chattahooch/c, MotcV! Hi t'.ry f the Dl.I1 Rppub'.ic' ,jtint pub- coantv, and! a-k to e- .Ii-chan'l\ I. tl.o Lill en or b.'fore the first: .neiay in October next Hair Brushe, for Medicinal,purposes.

    ] by the stul'-te of the State of Florida in such U. S. Mail i i Line i li.l..l.Allison's! JOhN C. CUENSHAW, Admt'r.. otLeruwe the Compl'iitnnt's Bill shall be taken as Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles,
    eaSe made and h.ovided.shall forever afterward be I Cutitinuation of the History' of Kurope, In right of his wife LioNoaA P. CKKNSAIIW. confessed) : Proiidrd; That this order be published Garden! Seeds, Fine Havana Scgars.

    barred ; and) tiotiee is hereby given to all creditors 0330.1-- OOlSLly ; 5th :1TI.IGrh volume Much: _. 11, '57. ll-6m occe a week for four month, immediately preceding! They have rreently received a Lcugt and Fitthivpplyof
    \Ih.tt's and] Scjtt'a N.ipo'con Bonaparte; Theirs'French -- ------ the said rule day in I>October in variety of articles usually kept by
    l.atecaud entitled to persons Leaves Milton TitrsJuy's and rritlay'r, 10 I Revolution; (;tiblxiti's} RHIISP Hume and! .Ia. \Villivn Budd Administrator of
    their claims ncd demands will be barred at tbe expi- ; I in the City; of Tallahassee. druTCists. Planters and Physicians will always find
    o'clock <.1111-\! '5 K'l ,!lan-l. :' d rnd I -1th \'ojulllt'It.lJiu'o An W. C. Miller! deecneedand i in his
    n., in. ; ; Ordered at Chambers this the first establishment full of
    ration of the period aforesaid and this notice will bepleaded twenty day at this a supply every thing needed
    ('l..f.t-I I Hi-tt I .rv Ihnlwall'Gic;, -Rn'utM'n'b! ks own ri 'ht awl in right of his wife,
    WI.I .
    in bar thereof uulesb exhibited within the Leaves ChaHahnnrJ-rr Tnc"Jfif'; a.t .-'ffrday's ; ; ; ] of May A. D. 1857. and on the most liberal terms
    I Pi.'".'. t's Fenliinml: i I :aiid.I I"a1o..1I! Mexico! I''tII, as h .in at Law of Elizabeth J. WAYLES Order from the and 6ati flc
    Country
    same. GEORGE A. CROOM, Adint'r.June after the arrival (l1'th S' ti'r fro:,< BAKER Jn-ige. prompljofilled
    6 '57. 23-3U1 I Philip tlie"ill: fill,1 1 pilaneoi-!: !-; I R':eH'a Mod!*:in Miller! deceased, In Chan'crI'S. )'- May 23, '57. 21-4-u tion gnarnuteed, with regard bnfJJ prices and quali
    Apaluchicola andlhfifslagr' from Tiil'altfiy-! j'cr"Ibll.lllf': : I : I Hit[ iricil:, V.r. i ik Tli.. \Ve-rks of In MadisOn Circuit 0
    -- -- --- ----- t'-. Physiciami's prescrip.tion arefully compounded.
    Jane R. Wilson; Center L. Uaugh-)) sec, ria., and Bainbridge, Ga., L't'I l B.iCfn, AildiMiii, ( Ismi'Ji] If"itlhtt, John It. Miller, Administrator! of r Court. oJ Also Eppmugs compound Fluid Extract oC Buchu

    ton and Lucy N. Haughton his IN GOOD TWO-IIOIISE HACK! J nj'kclI") ; lrviimgs: Life If \\i'.liiimtn, SP:1I: 1:4 Wa"h-: Kh/alu-th: Miller, Ueeaed, Al- N oticc.SIX .J. n 5, 16511
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    iH-toll w.1: l Hr.il( J'6 '.;:-)!Iill,! 'ou ; C'h:unl/i r': :110 ('\.uukr P. Miller, Thomas J.
    wife, William W. Wilson and I r I MIIS Line is now in first late order. '1 hp wll"l '.e MOnths' after date I shall present my final ac ; :
    ct.LimotusVitii.! ; : '.. m ]0 \UI..B.! LXiary;: : ()''tChamber's ; Miller, Ei/.illh!: C. Milller Tu pentiq-F im for-Sal .
    Cornelia M. Wilson by William J- Stock has b:eii renewed with!! new and cmif"r- an-lj and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro
    of AniPrican Win. J. )iiller.I .
    W. Wilson hem>xtltiend, table Hack The Drivers are carcfil.btr} and a'- : CjM'jn'.lia : Li'i-iati.ri1.! : in l' hate, of Leon county, as executor of the estate of OK Sale about eleven hundred acres of land !ogether -
    volume! .j\ist i isstul( e-ontii'jii-i: : an account of the appearing: to the salisfictinn of the Court that John CI ok deceased late of said and IT
    S vt. commodatin A liberal allowance of baggage allowed I IT county, ask to with a small farm and l improvements and
    John )IcD.uaU, Executor WIIIn Chancer.y-Ill to each pasengerAGENTS literature cur country from iU di'-cove-iy lo the pre.Pt A1--S iiidr P. Miller, Thomas J. Miller, ElizabethC. be di.d.Jr e'TIIOS.. J. ROBERTS Ext'r..ApiIIIS57. will be sold at a bargain, inquire of
    . lit day. with a :Memoir f of the Authors uid: e'xtiue-ts Miller[ oral Wm. J. Miller residents of the .
    - liam Wilson deceased, Wil.iam: the Circuit Court = are nou' 16-6m JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLEY.
    S from their The best book of t.c! kiucllx- .
    writings.
    State Florida
    W. Leander G. Dan and 1MiddleCncuitof : -- -- -------- ----- ---- ---
    Dutton { Wakulla, 1-1:1., October, J8i 6. 40
    Julia A. Ball his wife Florida, Leon Co. : tant.biuirn''i It n theitfore ordered, t that said r defendants appearto ____ "L-____ -------- _
    * Livery and Sale Stable.
    Hunger and iLiry D. Manner, I At Milton, JAS. A. CIIAIi-IN, Bonier Stories and. Revolntimiary Roinniiccfi and ai'Mvr r, jilead or demur t.) said Bill, nn or before -
    Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE
    tit wife Naomi XV. Dutton. a Geneva, Ah.: V. 1)). MONBOK, : in sets ; Sttterinami'sIatttmal: Hi-toiy of the the fir Monday in November next t, otherwise rndorsigued gives no .

    *. minor, William Henry McAiisterUsettElizabethMcMiter- Campbcltou, J. W. SMITH, Republic! ; Wcbstm's and Calhoun's 'W ork's, complete, the Hill shall bo taken as confessed against them. ( ,g' TVHE(, that ho has purchased 01 F FLO(F.IDA, )

    . \ Marianna, W. Nu iroi.s, in f volume And it is further "liL-red. That a copy of thi order the Livery Stable of I JEFFERSON COUNTY. )f -

    Laura E. ..McAlister.! a minor, Chattahiioehec D. Coi os. Blank Books and Stationery, Letter, Cap, I. galan,1 be published in a rrcwspaper printed in TlIlJahI William H. Newborn,in Tallahassee! together with the t. H. ANDUEWS.: sheriff and administrator

    and Adelia Bertha Wilson. J Passengers can be taken through with cei taint-v, Acc'iutt Paper; Gold and Steel Pens, with and see, Florida once a \veek fur four Me nths. Passedat good will of the establishment, and that ho i h now I "T ex "otlJcio of the estate of Dav id Woolf late of

    appearing to the Court by affidavit made and I security. and 1 with comfort. without handles ; Envelope, fancy anti plain ; Visiting Chambers this 8th day of June, 1857.J. prepared to carry on the business in all its branches Jefferson: cocury, deceased, has filed iu the Prolate

    IT filed in this cause, that nil the above nunl'd l defendants (mo.) I). FIIfEH; and 1 Play i in,!:; Cauls ; Lfdyors] Journal, DayBook. WAYLES BAKER Judge. and promise"1 the public with good accummod.itbns e'ffice i'f JctTtrscn eoLnty. a written suggestion that

    10 except John McDougall, reside beyonl the Prop!!ctor and Cuiitractor. : .", Reciirda'and I'a*'.n'lI.k8. and, every article Jute IS, '57. 24-ltn in his Hoc on reasonable terms. he believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.'I .

    jurisuiction of this Court, and beyond the limits of -May-- 9, '57.- ._ ]19-(I ______- u'tinlly N.n'.15.16 found in our IJc'-inf'\*. --- ---.-- .-.. -- RICHARD SAUNDERS.N. hereupon notice is given to all persons having

    this State, but within the United States ; / isordei'd, Notice.VLL ._ McDOUGALL HOBBV.. Notice.SIX R Jamca T.Herring is my duly authorized claims -ftjmnbt said estate to appear and file the same
    That aid defendants! William W. Dutton Leander -- '-- agent, and has.entire control of the business repre with the Judge of Piobate of said couuty. on or before -

    O. Ball and Julia A. Ball his wife, Monger porson having dClllanJJ a :!if,!t the estate of Notice. month) after date the undersigned administra scuting me as fully as if I was personally present. the 12th day of December next when there will

    and Mary D. Hunger, h'u wife, Naomi W. Duttn'n a .r Dupyar, deceased, late Leun county, months, after data, t the imudet signed will of the estate of James W. Strange deceased RICHARD SAUNDERS. be- a p'o-mta distribution of the funds belonging to
    minor William Henry McAKster. Rosetta: Elizabeth are notified to present them to the undersigned administrator SIX their nccotinN and vouchers to the Hoiiorubl pie- .. late of Galls tll county, w ill present his fioal accountsto Sep. 6,1856 3 said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which

    McAlisler. Laura E. McAli! !tcr, a minor and AdoliaBertha within the time proscribed by law, or .hi.I!;i! (,f r'r/jU-! .- (the county of Gadaden nUll the Judge of Probate of said couuty and ask to bo .--- time the paid William II. Andrews will apply fcr Lie

    Wilson, appear and an'w r the Bill filed in they will be barred ; and those indebted Rre requested ak foi a llnnl\ cettleiiiei.t :and di'cIiHie! from the ad- discharged ll'1'cfnom.E. Notice.LETTmS final: discharge front the administration of said estatCV

    this cause on or before the first Monday in Decembernext to make payment immediately. in.iiisti-ation of the f-state of Coim-lius English, late of S. SHEPARD, Adm'r.JulyI THOMAS J. CII ACE,

    ; otherwise, the complainant bill thall be takenas JAMES DUGGAR, AdmtV.July said county le-eoase-il according to law. 1857. 27CmNotice. administration having been granted Judge of Probate.

    confessed: Providtd That thi order be published 4, 7 7. 278wMullet. JOHN G.; SMITH ) '--' -- the let day of June 1857, by the lIon. March 7, '57. 10-Ora

    once week for four months preceding the said Rule u -- WM II. GUNr, 3 A(Inn!. debouisnon. Jud&je of Probate for the county of Leon, State of .

    Day in December, in some newspaper published in i July 4, 1' 07. 27-Cm S Months after date, the undersigned administrator Florida on the estate of William Henry Croom deceased Circular Saws.

    the City of Tallahassee. .11" BBLS. MULLET, for eale at a irducod{ price -- -- -- --- of the ebtate of Lewis M. Saunders, deceased infant son of the late Hardy B. Croom, all
    Order at CHAMBERS, this evenleei.th day of Julv, by D. C. WILSON. Attachment.Edward late of Leon county, will made his final exhibit to debts nnd demands whatsoever nature against the \\fELCII & GRIFFITH'S and HOE & CO'Sf'

    AD, 1857. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.' May 2t: '57.. _21_ the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be estate of said Wm. Henry Groom, deceased, which Circular Saws from'42 tot inches size, constantly
    July 18, 1857. 29-4m -- -- l Harnard Jr.. 1 In Justices Court for the discharged. JOSEPH B. {CHRISTIE, Admt'r shall not be exhibited to'me as administrator afore for sale at a commission on manufacturer'sprices

    Notice. ,'.. v Second District of Leon Co., April 18, '57- 16-6m said within two years as prescribed by the stat Ita of by D. LADD.

    India Rubber PackIng. FOUR weeks after date I shall apply} to the Hon. Nathaniel, White. ) Attachment for 22 .38.100 the State of Florida, in such case made and provided Newport. December.. 20,. _1856.. 51 .
    of Probate Gadsden county, for leave f"MIE defendant and all others interested, are heieJL Notice.SIX shall forever afterward be barred ; and notice is hereby -- -

    TNDIA Rubber Packing, of nil thicknesses from 3 to fell the following. described lauds, belonging to the by notified of the commencement of this suit., given to all creditors, legatees, and persona enti- Burning Fluid

    J. 16 to' inch, constantly on hand at D. LADD. estate of William Gorman, deceased lying within returnable to a Justice's Court to be held atTallabav Months after date the undersigned administra tIed to distribution, that their claims find demands A. SUPERIOR QUALITY,just received and

    Newport Oct. 18, 18ril1. 42Attachment. said county, to-wit : The E i of the R W t of pee ppo, 12th day October, A. D. 1857 and to appear of the estate of Charles S. Siblcy, deceased will be barred at the expiration of the period aforesaid OF sale by AMES & LIVELY. .

    tion 20, the SEt of section 20, the S W 4 of the S and plead, to the same. late of Gadsden county, will present her'final account unless exhibited within the same, and this notice will Jant1ary31.185'l..5 '

    W } section 20,.the E J of the S E bisection 21, Given i under} rny hand and seal this 21th day of to thp Judge of' Probate of said county and ask to bo be pleaded in bar thereof. -- --

    "fbomas White ) In uiticca Court for the Sect.s. the N W j (If section 28, all in Township 3 N, Range: July, A. D. 1857. discharged. MARY D. G. SIBLEY Admt'x. GEORGE A. CROOM Admt'r.

    }} oDd District of Leon County. 2, W, containing 492 85-100 acres, uioic or less. EDWARD M. WEST. [L. s..J] Jane 20" 57. 25-6m June G, '57. .2Sr3raNotice. Notice. .

    Natbaniel WLit.t! Debt $21 24 Said lands to be sold for division.ROBERT Justice of tho Peace. ,. A LL persons baying: demands against the estate' ot

    1 defendant and all others are hereby notified GORMAN, Ext'r. July _25, 1 857. uO-3m Notice.ALL jtCEarles: W. DeW.t deceased, late of JciftnoD

    TIlE the commencement of this suit returnable to nJustice' August_. 15.1857. _23-4w county, are notified tr present them to tbe undo wigned ,
    -- -- Notice. having claims demands of what mouths after date I shall final witL'o the time bylaw or
    Court to be beld Tallahassee on the 12th persons or SIX present my ac- administrator prescribed ,
    Notice.THE : nature against the estate of Rodeiick and vouchers to the Hon. will be barred and all indebted
    iay of October A. D. 1857, and to appear and pleadto having demand against the estate K. Judije Probate they ; are requestedto
    persons
    ALL ,Shaw, deceased, late Gailsden Fla. for Jefferson county as adraini trator of the estate of make immediately. '
    the Rme.Dl"en u Jersigned, Executor of the last Will and Jackson J.Smith, deceased, late of Leon county are notified payment
    county to present them to the undersigned administrator A\les B. Lord, late of said deceased and ask JAMES W. I) WITT 'AdmiV.
    under my hand and eeal this 21th day of t.Iment William Gorman, deceased late of are hereby notified to present them, properly au-' county *
    July, A. D. 1857. Oadsden county, gives notice to jail persons having llienticated to the nndcisigned administrator, within of said estate within tho time piesciibeel by law, for a discharge: from said administratorship. July 4, '57. t'-8" .
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    EDWA'RD M. WEST, [r. sJ] claims or demands against said estate to present the time puscribod by law or they.will be barred ; or this notice will be plead in bar thereof; and those WM. H. LORD, Admt'r. -- S
    them authenticated within the time indebted to said estate are requested to make April 1157. 15-6m -
    Justice of the Peace. properly prcscribed and nil those indebted arc requested to make payment payment Notice.
    July 25, IS1. 303mVermifuges. by law or they will be barred ; and all those immediately. JOHN JASON, A.lm'r. immediately. .
    indebted arc requested to make payment immediate July 18, 1!7. 29-8\v THOMAS R. SMITH, Admt'r. Notice.ALL a LETTERS testamentary having bUD granted to
    I ly. ROBERT GORMAN Ki.t'r. ._ July 25. 1811'1. 308wLadies' ltor18 oftbe last Will and Testament
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    August 13;, 1S57. 33-Sw -- --- persons having demands against tho estate of of John G. Gunn deceased late merchant, resident ?.

    /:? DOZEN Fahnestocki Vermifnge, Notice.S M. Townsend, late of Leon county, deceased the town of Quincy Gadaden county. Fla. Node .

    U 0 48 -MeLanet IX Months after date, the undersigned, administrator Dress Goods. will take notice that they must present themto hereby given to all creditors,legatees,and p rioi. *t.'

    86 M. Jayue Tonic Notice. of the estate of Mary Be/can, deceased MUSLINS, plain and figured the undersigned duly authenticated within the time titled to distributive share of tbe estate of tits i.

    24 P rry'. Dead Shot for Worms, SIX week from date tbe undersigned will apply to late of Leon county will present hit tinal accounts and .SWISS 'I checked prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar deceased to present their cRams or demands to u,

    24 Strongs Vermifuge Powder Probate Court of Leon county, fur letters of vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of raid Linen Lawn, French Prints, etc. of their recovery ; and all petsOUS indebted to said fir settlement within two years from this date or it& .

    Sutoofa Worm Seed Oil,&e.AMES. administration: upon the estate of Charles D. McCoy : county and ask to be discharged. Landing from Sampson, and for sale by estate are hereby notified to make mediate pay- same will be barred by the itatute, after the ezpira-

    4 LIVELY. lat of Leon couoty. Wi!. 0. LESTER. I THOMAS J. PERKINS, Admt'r.I McNAUGIIT, ORM6ND A CO. ineut thereof to the undersigned. ion of that period.

    April 11, '/'. 15 August: t 8, 1S57 32-6w I July 21S, 1861. 30-6m Apiill87. 16 I LYMAN SMITH Admt'r. I }WlI. S. GUNN. and CHAS.H.DoPOCT,Erfrt.&e
    August 29, 1856. 35-Sw Quiucy,July 4, 't7. 27-Sw


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