The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Carte. I Written for the Floridian t Journal My dear Miss Villiers$ the charms that t and hedge, and filled the light air with odor thai c nsent. It would be useless, my dear ; Kansas.: V
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._ Ii i The Estrangement. are thrown around this mansion by its con and fragrance. All nature smiled decked in Madam, tb enlarge upon the matter. I throw ; At a large Democratic meeting convenedat

;= -- I CHAPTER I. taining BO priceless a jewel as yourself will her bright holiday garments: ," and ,wo'ed myself entirely upon your indulgence, trusting I Osawkee, Kansas, August 10th;the follow.

jjj; NASffcIT 1'1' occupation is it for t the mind to be sufficient inducement to bring me often the young with her sunny happy face to be that I may raerit your entire approval.You ing resolutions were unanimously! adopted :

I I revert to the scents of early] jears and revel within( its hospitable,, walls." happy too.Langsdale. have seen enough of mo to know my Resolved, That;a* rn'epben of the national

DF'LER 8 I N t in the enchantments which in that season Why; Mr.J Langsdalo.yod must have been loved Alice dearly and longedto character, and the character and standing of democratic party of Kansas and of the Uai.o.

cnrGs; PAINTS-, I of romance, the imagination: pictures in such my brother's instructor in the art of flattery, reveal the story of his love ; but then so my family I know to he aa familiar to you as we have undiminished ,confidence in the principle V

jjzf j bright and vivid cc.tor5.rlle] days ol youth for since his return from college ho is incorrigible. many occurrences pr telJted. Tho conversation household words.' i so distinct!, enunciated in the organ'!*

MEWCIXK&l ||f OILS I I ire certainly the brightes-t period in man's ." ( with Hftr'rave, upon the evening of ?!r. Langsdale, my highest earthly pleas. law of the Territory (known as the Kansas-

? 1 existence. Then nd assails breast "No, Miss Villiers-I could not flatter you ; his first visit: t to \i'ri. VilJiers, had been indelibly tire consists in ministering to may children's I Nebraska a'cr",) that the._people should reg.

'T-OULI:iiiii\..;rm t.t tlitii Imtnl fi'.c-rils fj.uJii) nu a'sorlnie'.it l tic! puUic' .f": .",tc, : no tiouUe appears in care the th'n scarcely our \'isiiile'unizon ., an attempt on my part would be futile in the fixed upon hs! memory, and then tho I I happiness. I have long noticed that there I elate their affairs and shape' their institutions

ajtwlt,* m'.ii('g|' !ralx! }k-1) ;in their 1ii''.)f}ttitett ill of niattirer .years. The portcn- extreme. Woids are inadequate for flaltery conduct\ cf Alice toxvards him was of such a xvas a fondness groxxing up between you and in their own way '," that'ft1y princlpja antagonistic -

it".1\ ; t ct'iit); re.Lfariv frh 'up)1it! !. TJ.r:1: i tone cloud of adtur&'ly which frequently in I when one is so vastly beyond its power. nature as to render it impossible for him to I as far as I can see there can be no objectionto to this is'antagonisfic to the.consttn-! .

Vrii"i-.!iall be'isfi'iial)!", i after !life lungs o'lr us, is in boyhood's days II IIi At this moment, St. Julian Villiers approached judge whether she looked upoh him as more you. Under these circumstances; I do tion, repugnant to the genius and spirit of

.-'f"l1.-' V. -:"! 't', .\1.:11 I J1r l b:' -- .-I 4.-- -- --. unknown! unleoked for-the sports of childhood V I I xviih a Miss Harrington/ upon his I than a particular friend and agreeable associate not hesitate in giving my consent knowing! 'I oar institutions, dbd subversive of civil liberty ., .

V: Dr Miles H. NashFFLE' : the 'nerry laugh and noisy glee, : arm who insisted that her dear friend Alice I but in a few days J'lrVilliers and that my daughter's happiness depends upon I social order, and political equality. among -

.. .V elu-l'j ih of invasion of pre. i should go to tho pimo; and perform." \VHh- I Alice accompanied, by St. Julian were to her union with the man she rhay select, pro. ; the States and the people thereof.
'' : 5illility an
! : HI- min Es!IONAL oo 1l"1: -1 1 THI. 'I: OH pns sorrow ;
..l AT VVsEi: AMI SI It14,1IZCCl)1 m but uhfii buitting into nianlinnd) whyntew- i I ont any unnecessary display ofcJl1eslice start upon a summer excuision, and Langs- : vided he is worthy of her. am sure that I I Ii Resolved, Tha xve regret that deiicnln
allowed to lead her to the pianoproceeded : dale determined to Alice labor under false impressions when I I and insane fanatics in othe
Laiigtdale to tell her all no
and go i i demagogues
lfFWEwtJ: Dr. M. :jtt1.! I't!::I'la'el: : vaMyJ tin- ] ing all (the intiicate %meandeiJng! paths of
p., t It1iL.!. lili., tho mind is aTr'' iited, :imagination itself] i V .lid;! to execute a most difficult and know his fate. He accordingly called I! that I believe you to be in every respect a I I States, in violation of this gr.at principle. .
'. I I in Admirable s.t le. I around in the I II and tho affections of interfered In the domestic .
f.1? 1 I.1) .C"ivf : fctando appalle.l at tho first view which! somi- : piece } V evening: and found .Alice alone worthy gentleman! as I have unxvarrantably -

E i n iTTirTo, T iTF.Robertson .--- : links inoets our'i\iftn-alrrigltt'd\ at the i What power music! possesses o'er the soul I in the parlor engaged in reading. After the I II Ii my daughter: nppear to be so xx holly erilUfed/ I II affairs of this Territory, and that their

gloom which uftim"s pervades our coUrse- : causing every chord to vibrate, cveiy emotionto i I usual! salutations Lang-dale remaiked! I will give! riiy consent upon condition that machinations, .Have been so far successful ejt
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I be an' ctcJ. to the deep toned .' IIS3lioe this the is not to take until n1
:i o'ppalll.'elht.'cluse' ) of the obscurity in which List.re lovely evening could be marriage place your to engender unkind and hostile feelings a-
& Bond I sonlo 1 solemn! fast day it rolls its I j admission! the of profession.:* ; those who should '
: the impcnetiable future stands ellvelnp'lf.'f4 : organ as on II very pleasantly enjoyed by promenading a- to practice your mo.ng our people! estrange <
T T.* \ I jyV;. ; f Tse'l a C' paiJi'vrti! ? ;p '!: the piacticL !; be at times and in the thundering tones resounding: the praise and round the Battery. Can I prevail upon j.ou i Thank yon, Madam you have made me I live in fraternal concord, and convert our y'l
thoughtless ,
-_ ,'t" 1 : ':r J<"vf<3'::on, oW! tln-ii I'l'ni.s i tit 'he cit may and glory and mightiness of an all powcr'ul' l Johoxah to accompany me ?i" a happy man, and I shall ever revert to this i beautiful Territory into a theatre of civil! dlssenaion V
:* 4 f r.i'.ulidofct-e: atiJ : fl.\Itlmg! cnut..rv.gT gaiety !levityol( yo'ith not be able fullyto ] !
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: Oilvc i\t-r tie Su-te lalily occupied by Bet rUf1'prebcnd! l the precarious position which I II tho mournful) anthem chanted in a low : Yes, Mr. Langsd.ile! I xvill xxith pleasure: occasion as ono of the brightest eras in niyl i strife, and bloodshed.Resohrd .

*.It..r U'lT:V. I the years of inatuiity Compels us to assume, : sweet voice canting every heart to soften, go, for in a week hence I xvill not bo heie to existence. I would bo extremely obliged to I l, That we bail with pleasure the w

r''1. JS: '_:_7_ _9-tf but oon we ale brought into a kno'.td"> of every emotion to b" awakened, assisting by enjoy the balmy breeze and delightful evenings I you Madam to request the presence of Miss t dawn of a brighter and more auspicious day
---- u -- -- 'I its mild genial influence in devotion and in the company of so agreeable! r com Alice and make known your decision, to her." the return of amicable and friendly -intercourse
.E. UAIINARI n) Jr. i the tiials we arc to undergo, the obstacles to I
I II ] the troubled of storm tossed Mrs. Villiers the bell and
overcome, and the disappointments and heart- : soothing beatings pan ion. immediately rang between.the people of the Territory.

" XMLI toMiM'j: : Tin: |j acheseaie: ; to endure. In bovhood'.s dart spirits. ; or again approach! the scene of gaioty: Without wailing for a reply, she immediately upon the appearance of a servant commanded i tIle' free and full divisions of all questions

. [ R U 3'E BUSINESS | wo are s'rangers to all these rellections.Vo I let music spread its attiactions there, and proceeded to another: apartment and ina i ( him to request Miss Alice to repair to I affecting our political condition and Welfare ;

;r AT THE OU *TXr, SIUX Ai : think only of present pleasmc! nnd momentary ; how many bright recollections, happy musings few minutes returned tvith a small shawl I the parlor. Alice entered apparently much I and that we reprobate the efforts of nil individuals !. ;

: enjounent, : uc1 bting) unacquainted with : the mind will allow ts'lfto indulge in ; upon her arl11.H Xo\v Mr. Langsdale, my I "agitated her beautiful face suffused with and factions, here or ehewhere, who,

V i the pains ami sorrows of life, incapable! of hut we aic our-elvts indulging upon a topic prcparatcns: are complete and I am ready to crimson blushes occasioned by the excitement by their incendiary appeals V to the prejudices

0? THE 1ii MORTAR., j' esj'fi'encing!! painful emotions, the rainbow I which has but little relevancy our proposed accompany you." I under which she was laboring. She took and passions of the multitude, seek: to sow

\ : !1 lint.s of joy and happiness the varied and : object. Ijaiitsdale! conversed for a while on common her seat mechanically by.her mother's side, again the eeds discord! and revive the

C"rncf Clinton and Moi.roc s'' ..ito.TelflhaMce.Jsui glowing hues Of anticipation) in regard to aIn : The music has ceased, and after spending place topics, and finally remarked, I her eyes fixed upon the carpet. Her mother unhappy and suicidal strife which destroyed

:.:'y lY Ij 5CCoPartmersnip. ,? __. j[ igiit future, rendeib the youthful mind in- I II a delightful evening, Langsdale, in company :MioS Alice, your friends will miss yon greatly slowly] turned to her and said, the peace, paralyzed. the energies, blightedthe :

" :Notice. I I i sensible to. tlie dark: night which mutt succeed I with a friend, wended his way home. t ,xvhile axx'ay, and I for omi will feel lealiy My dear Alice, Mr. Langsdale's proposition prosperity orthe Territory; and.drenched, ,

i and !' Hargrave," said Langsdale, after ho xvas lonesome after having spent so many pleasant for your hand has met with my unqualified its plains in fraternal blood.! V
a bright g'orious day.
V i'nr.|. paitvcp''jj.ntbcWHOLESALE: u:1Jf'r.il"rj 1-.1'}." : t ll'isd"j entered into aco.fc. i Our original! design v/a> to write something i iI fairly 5 i'i the street did you ever bslin'd' a hours In your delightful society." t approval, and I trust that with you tim Resolved, That we hurl back into the teeth
} & RETAIL I I which our humble capacity would endeavor being in which beauty, intellect and puritj' is Why, Mr. Langsdte'! you will find doubtless I subject has been properly weighed and con of our opponents tho charge that any person;

; 2 DUSIN'1I-iSS, !i to make agreeable and interesting, so without so gracefully combined. as in Alice Villiers ? l a great many sources of amusement, andI I sidered. I have consented because I know with the sanction of true democracy of this

j longer I Ii Hy the Clods, I am deeply in love, for f Something am sure that you for one cannot miss us.- tl.at your noblest Affections are enlisted. I Territory, is invoking "foreign"aid' at bur -
detaining: indulgent reader
rj'! will proceed to out our intention. ; within mA xxhispern Mint with her I You appear to bo so wholly wrapt up in the will now retire and hope that the selectionyou approaching elections ; .that If any persons "

AMES & LIVELY.u i;1 'Twas on a clear tarry cold night in December I, could pass and enjoy n lifo t tf uninteriuptedhappiness dl'yand monotonous! study of law as to render have this day made will be conducive ar& making such appeals the people of any
-------- and unalloyed feicliy.! to earthly happiness." V
it for feel the absence I State remote
that assembled at the impracticable you to your ,adjacent.or ,they are disappointed
a merry party was residence -
': LT Trill} ba phaoei, J] to :>ev Ili. :ir friends. : of Mis. illieig, for the of I Well, Lallgdall'r'IiieJ his friend' I' of friends very long. I am inclined i iI to 2E t dNTfNVCD.The aspirants or malicious agitators whoso 1
enjoyii.g I
"t MitidiF ptii! i'iltan')lof D }J An PtR1 purpose I
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.vill! dculitless! be like unto mineown
I. fate ; that will almost and
your too to the opinion fo'rgctns conduct we utterly repudiate condemn.
I I you
T leli.evviil) J>ej[ R full and general I a few I houis ol social 1 converse and '
and that ,1':1. host of ethers, who have Home Mother
L a"lrntf: Article"ipp'-ttnhiintrtotl.eir : pleasure..Mrs. i 1 I ere xve return. denying that! the Democratic party should

I ,'r: 'J: .;..j,..". I., H. AMLC.i 1 Villit-rs resided in Charleston, So. solicited her hand" only to meet with a moilihing I I Langsdale had never heard her speak in a Come one writing for the Masonic Mirror be held responsible for tbe ravings of apolitical '

M LIVELY..jVoJ. i Ci., tl\tl her 8itu .tion was one of the most j f rc-'tiom. strain like this before. The manner seemed I has drawn a pretty picture of a home-loving madman, or the acts .emissaries em1

\ -...1.H'. ., 1. ::5t. 1 _.- I agrtcabit: in the I city, being upon tIC I J.Jatterj '' Nc. Jlirgraxe: a rrjt'ctionfrom herthough to him to in,:'icate some feeling upon the matter child-lox-ing mother: ployed! by our pponents, to attaoh odium

j : iiLLOYD" .I with i an e.vtodediev; of the nuble] liar bore I 'l 'uuld came sorr.nv would I know be I in conversation, and it assisted xrondei- We must draw a line, ay a broad line to our name and bring defeat to our banner.

j Tho, water spivad cat in one vast il\'t:-\. Ii i:bbr-d: nfbnlf!, li-e Ktteiness by tho gentle fully in encouraging him to hope that his betxveeen her and tho frivolous butterfly of Resolved That in Robert J. Walker '-f

.43L2L c t12 c3 c rAND sJrft'nJ mnutilfd !bioalh r air! ::r..! duic.uu rnann'-r: in which bho wou'd'! dismiis suit would be met favorably. lIe therefore fashion who fiitts from ball to opera and Governor of this Territory, we rbc'dgniie an
i Iiy ,1 ningic < I III
: 8,1 :150 ;l.inceti: !"r jb thy mighty expanse .' ; onr ; but thiowing jest aside, I Ivill enter delenlli..1! to iTpart: to .lice the emotions party decked in rich robe, and followed by able and sagacious statesman whose ability

CMMISl(1N.MERC1LINT1(! : 1 ( } \ *ve Lfchoia! :in I Ihe! distance tbegii-i'meiin; : the lists and endeavor to be the favored II that had Tor so long: a lime agitated his breast a train henttless s as herself-she, who forgetful and patriotism, conceded on all sides In that
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lan'crn! from Fot :{unItde.. Now Otl and disturbed his peace of mind. He immeaintcjy jof the holy task auianarl hi r AAU1IUOt. ijisiury encountered
J FALLAliASaEr FLORIDA.! i EiispH'ik-il c ." ; Apj'lx'j! J>an5iilalu] ; but believe m hcr'sIs rfrpii(*
: :. 1jt3. 23-1 j I i i.ami listurhH then} the hx peactfal the ontvar'l lu.lf1lcr l nf the of URY some*> I not A heart: to bo easily won." can you ju-tpe so harshly ? Do you suppose I and leaves them to tho care of hirelings giants as Clay and Webster, cannot be qnea-

; ogress I "Then, dear friend, when obtained 'tU could] who I while she her round of tioned the of this
R 11. BERRY : light bounding croft as the hurriedly] skims : that I for a moment forget ono pursues giddy a- by pigmies generation ; that
prized the moie, but I am! so perfectly crazed Ins by her intelligence and modest worth, so I musements. Not so with our home mother our thanks are due to the President for the
: across the bo oni of" old Ocean, hut xxith
Auctioneer and Commission the excepti-jti of this s'nglc inter all upon the subject that I believe I would v,'n- entwined( herself around my affections as to I blessings be On her head. The heart warms honor conferred upon this Territory by the 11

MERCHANT. and l'tion. I Ii ture the proposition even did I feel assuredof make me feel 1 that life vfitlioGt her would be to see her daily routine df pleasant du selection] of sa'ch a man as its executive ruler
xxas calm, placid peaceful. i mec in-i a repulse ; but here we part. Remember insupportable\ ties. -such selection evincing a dde sense
.-..-.:;-'sir. Ha., Sept.i? 965. 39 ers was descended from one of those ancient : ,
; and bighminded Huguenot families who hid; : Hargrare, mum's the word." "My dear Alice, I will lay bare to you the How pleasant ehe sits day after day, his part of the.difHcnIties attending the so.

I'I'A S. S KNIGHT 1 been forded by the bloody reign of Charlesthe 'I Certainly, Lang's>dale, success to you."- inmost recesses of my heart. I have loved Shaping and sewing eorfie little article for use lutidn of the great problem of self-govern V

The friends pal ted, and LangCdale: before you from the first moment that I saw you and and adornment for her little flock! And ment in Kansas, and at the same time a pa.
MERCHANT ; ninth and the massacre of St. Bartholomew '
V ; CTiO\! E R& COMMISSION i to seek a home in the wave bound wildr.ess l laying his head td his pilowhad! determinedto have nurtured and! cherished those feelings how proud and pleased is each little recipientof ternal solicitude for its welfare ; that in the-

TALLAIIKSEE, FLORIDA exert himself to please! and xvin. ever since and I cannot allow you to go from her kindness. How the little faces dimple policy indicated iu the inaugural address of
of a western world. IIr ancestors had
J scpe-: :.:, : i.,1 c 6v. 05 V I settled in South Carolina and had been noted CHAPTER II.A me without revealing to you al!! my love.- with pleasure, and the bright eyes grow still Governor Walker we discen a strict adhe. C

I Can I ? Your cold indifference has brighter mamma decks them with her to the of the KansasVNe- >
orGO .\. CORLEV, for their intelligence, refinement and fligh.I few afternoons after the party, Lang hope own as rence principles 5
I dale Mi-a Villiers accompanied by many times baffled the efforts Itas makingto own hands in the new dress she has made bra ska act and oftrde national democracy,
fouled honor and the present Mrs. Viiliers perceived I
Attorney at Law, I partook fully ;of all the xiitues and her brother walking! up the principal promenade give utterance to the deep ardent love -How much warmer and more comfortable and that in accordance with thoie principles,

TALLAHASSEE, FtA. I! which had adorned the characters of her gracesI fore. King Street. Ho hastened onward and which filled my heart. You will not discard they feel if mamma wraps them up before and for the reasons a'ssfgnod? hyv the Governor .

I Ii overlooked them. a devoted, loving hArt like mine-you will they go to school No one but-sho can the constitution to be framed by the con. V
17;, 1617. 3-1 i fathers. Prosscssed of wealth and influence speedily
j&t.ry : jBenj. i Miss Villiers I trut on this not make my future dark gl.myJld hopeless warm the mitts end shoes or the comforters I vention soon to assemble will be submittedto
she exerted herself for the promotion of the my company
1 F. Young : of there around her. be' i occasion will not be considered an in true ] -my very existence hangs upon your around their ovor-necks the people, and that as Democrats we be.
happiness Having
n I I tiou. decision. Say Alice, can you will you be There is a peculiar charm about all she hove that any constitution not so submitted i:
left widow in life with two small children
f, !, 7J:JI1:.L rr))'i&J.Jj5' 'i'WnJ'J. t. : } ; !I a, ?he directed eatly her entire, energy lo the I "Ceitainly not, Mr. Langsdale ; on the mine ?" does, the precious mother. They could not will be' and ought to ho, rejected by Con

A:: Dsot.Icnort society. Alice was surprised-:and for a moment sleep-nay, for that matter, she could not- gress.!
a pleasure to enjoy your
of her in the of virtue contrary quite
ix EQUITT, I rearing offspring paths ." overcome by overxfrhehning emotions. She if she failed to visit their chamber, and with Resctixd, That the condemnation of POT-.
j and And her
f "V\7ILTj practjct; In tbe Courts ur tie Eatern Cir I rectitude and mode.-t! worth piety.hd attracted though beauty Oh, Gus," observed St. Julian, Jour loved Langsdala with a warm, ardent and her own soft hands arrange them comfortably Walker by the extremists* of both sections;

T cj.i. of Fluiidi, and the Federal Court. 1 and !her hand had been: many so'icitcd'! eyes, presence on this occasion is of some importance devoted affection, but she had doubted that before they slept. Her heart thrills with men living thousands of miles away, fa the.

(OFfICE AT GAt inLt.p. AIACHUA COUKIT) I of the moat influential frequently! of to me, for I can leave Alice under your Lanysdale was affected by the same feeling. I gratitude to her Creator as she looks on those best evidence of the xvisdont and justice of V

; REFEREXCES : by many she however iVlt the gentlemen guardianship, whilst I may go and prosecute Tho powerful mastery which his strong mind I sweet blooming faces and when their pray. I his policy, ,and that we say to all such a
J Carolina responsibility had his actions and feelings had caused ers are done, imprints 1 good.night kiss on I Hands gentfemen' Kansas h ours i in''
(APX. -I. J. LTCAS. ) her children ho of sacred suit willi-a lad) fair. Before I go, I must over t
f of to too my
COL. J. I). AIKC*. > Cfiorltitor. S. (? II' rearing a enjoin it that are to take tea him to appear to her cold and unsusceptible, each rosy mouth. It may be, too, a tear will I due-time she will ask for admittance into the
allow you you
her upon
for instant mind
f. 1 TBASEE 'A Tao MOs ) character an to to and this fact accounts for her surprize. She. start for the little nestling bird in its child Union, with. a republican form of government ., V
with _
:. JAMES' S. JOXES. Tallahaittt, Fla.June be occupied by other affections. She was us to-night.xrould] afford me pleasure however, quickly recovered herself and re like narroxv bed for whom her maternal care and until then let us manage our own
fv .. 2S greater
:; about of Her
, i now child thirty-eight had yeats attained age.his Villiers ; hut I have a prior engagement plied, Mr. 'Langsdale! I must candidly say is no longer needed. IL sleeps, though the affairs undisturbed by any outside Inter. V
A. PERRY AMAKER, I andaa, a son, just the of majority : with a gentlernjin! : from my neighborhood and that I am somexvbat taken by surprise, for sleet and snow descend, and the wild winter ferenceJfIf '
i prosecuting study rn J'1 from your actions I have boen led to believe howl around its head. It needs no longerher V- : '
&ATTOftHBT LAW St. Julian Yilliers will nei essarily be compelled to deny myself
i icine ; and in >ct Advice to f Female*
the of kind invitation, but tomorrow that yon weie incapable of deep, ardent feel. fender care I A mightier arm enfolds it! ounff .
FLA. ed be of the few fitted in pleasnrp your
TALLAHASSEE. I. to one temperament I will be and ing. I feel that I have been mistaken. Your It is at rests She feels and knows that it is Never marry a man without tue consent of
xvithyou, we can
Her 21, 18f,3. 20 which night
for assuming a profession attached. so great enjoy an old fashioned college chat." sincerity is too apparent to admit of doubt, right, and bends meekly to the hand that sped your parents. No matter how much you

.1 EDWARD 31. WEST. responsibility is naturally ,I Agreed -I regret your engagement but and I fep l too that any maidenly] feeling orcoyness the shaft, and terns with a warmer love if may fancy you Jove him; you cannot expect
the but
Attorney and Counsellor.at Law : Alice and of daughter those was beau eighteen I will join you and Alice before I go home is unnecessary: upon this occasion, it be possible, to those little ones who are a blessing on your union, if you persist ingoing "
I was one resplendent this and I donot hesitate telling you that your left to love. How tender she guards them contrary to the better judgement of

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I ties which captivate upon first Eight. Her evening. w feelings are ffllly- reciprocated, and providedyou from danger and with a strong untiring eye, .,those, who were appointed by Providence to
It is Miss Villiers. to
of V
14 i 'lorm possessed a degree symmetry rarely a great luxury, *
ApriI'56. she watches their bedside when watch
gain my.mother'8 consent mine shall not by they are over you and a'dvfao you for your
I equalled. Her lustrous Mack, eye shone with those who have just been released from the "
be withheld. ill. good. They, of have had
Anderson J. Peeler refulgent brightnetb-the curling lip and restraints of a college life to !be allowed the more exl -
"Blessings on the gentle, homelovingmother. erience and better
are qualified to
the dreams of the judge
Dear Alice
J haughty brow indicated her high born spirit, inexpressible pleasure of enjoying the delightful day past i!
Attorney and Counsellor at Law xvhitcno-s of the ladies. Debarred students are realized in a measure, and I trust that Angels will look with love upon than you can be, who are but just setting '
whilst neck of as
I her snoxvy was encircled society her acts. Her children will rise and call fonh in the pathway of life
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, by jetty flowing tresses. Her dispo-) I always are by the nesessity of application to you will ever experience that true happinessand up -
her blessed, and the of her kindly and too ready td form' favorable
momory opinions
and -
from devoted
FEW PORT, FLORIDA. I!i sition too }vas so mild and amiable that all I studies and also bythe prejudice of the community felicity arising a warm deeds will enfold her "
as a garment. where yodr affections are concerned..
Practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit I were compelled to love her. She had received in which the institution may be situ. love.
WILL Let them be confidents
heart to tbem'as that
soon axraTe
March 21/57. 12 the evening upon which our story begins, her immense profit to be reaped from a constant which occurred. Many of you aye, most of asynu are
anything1 of this sort exists. I would confide
& HOLLAND heart had remained untouched.On interchange of sentiment with the fair you, Wo'uld say, have at one tim or another Forty years ago a mother stood on the '
FLOYD I the secret to I would'!
hills of Vermont, by the right hand ofa my parents r.s soon as
of the green
I portion of cieation. experienced the inward workings
of her brother's
Law. that class
Attorneys at evening one acknowledge to bosom. Theirs is
own .
son sbcteeu years old, mad with love of the my V
God and have doubtless
practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle mates in college had been invited. His name You are warm in the expression of your cunning engagedin And she stood the not the cold unsjmpathising judgement o/
WILL conversation of a similar character and sea. as by garden gatea ( it*
West Florida, and in the Supreme Court was Augustus Langsilalc, a young man pursuing appreciation of the ladies but perhaps sir, morning she said Edwin tell the world, it springs from a deep affection
cf tbe State. Also in tbe District Court uf the United the study of law and pre-eminently when you are better acquainted with our must consequently be acquainted with the sunny ,. they and interest in lasting welfareTf .foif ft
for I the your
me, never saw ocean-that
in the Northern Uiotrict of Florida. of the conversation which was indulgedin
Stats, Alice had before him although foibles, sentiments this subject tenor .
R.J. FLOYD, Office ApalacLicola, Fla. gifted. never seen many your upon happy pair. Langsdale and great temptation of the seaman'sIfe, ii drink. what comfort would it, be to them ,to .mar'

D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quiacy Fla. she had heard him spoken of frequently may undergo a change. by our own returned home and Promise me before jcd, quit your moth r'. your happiness You,. whom. .i1 1:'Have
Never Miss Villiers time will but Alice soon Langsdale
M by her brother. His manly ; serve watched and ( 'infatjcV
appearance guarded
Dec.22,18Z5._ ___ remarked *. hand, that you will never drink. I gave roar helpless,
immediately excited hercuriosity as to whetherhe to strengthen the impressions made upon with such affection ,
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, her the promise, and I went the broad globe undying as only parang
intellectual as handsome. In the me. Well Alice dear;I think that your mother can feel. -I love th
was as over- Calcutta' tbe Mediterranean, San Francisco Recompense their >T y
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, course of the evening Langsdale approachedher After enjoying a pleasant xvalk, Langsdale had better be informed of our respective re the Cape of Good Hope/the North far as in youf power, by cohifding in V STtoi

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. and remarked : escorted Miss'Villiers to her residence and lations immediately, and if you have no objection Pole arid.theSout.hIsaw them 'all in forty and leeklngtbplr counsel"? be .a&nreJyouvill -

WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir Miss Villiers, it is really a great pleasureto then proceeded to fulfil his engagement. I would" feel l obliged to you to'have her years;and I never saw' a' glass filled with lose ,vnotbing\by) it; and,.though! :you'

,and Tho u..a and Lotrndes County, Oa become acquainted with the family of my It is unnecessary to enter into tbe' details summoned. sparkling liquor that" my 'mother's form by might meet with disappointment o'v. "It .

March 22. 185&_12-lT_ esteemed and talented classmate and chum, of every conversation which passed between Alice xvent'to her mother's apartment and the garden cafe, or the green 'hill-Bide of will soon:pas away,and in after .yea'rs'yor|

LONG & GALBRA1TH, and it does afford me much sincere pleasureto the young lovers.. Youth, in its exuberanceand said, Vermont, did not rise before, me, and to-day, will be attended tfle'bleSsing'of Him who

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAIIA$IEE, FLA.MA. mingle amongst those with whose chaructei bouyancy, loves to'-weavo, fantastic gar. V "Mother, Mr.. Langsdale is in the parlor, at sixty, my lips are innocent of the taste of laid," Honor 'thy'father and mother'* .
lands of imaginationin regard to tho future, ; desirous conversing with you." She imf -,Adv. and Guardian. V ,'*
LONG & J. B.ALBRAITH hare awoci- I have been so long acquainted. ;I liquor.CONUNDRUMS.. '. .. .-., .:. -0 I..
ind our' hero and heroinerffo douBt were In from thtf'roo'rri;and Mrs. Villiors :r .. -
rrufdiately glided
d therawlve in the pracUoe of Law. They during my college life did your brother speakof ----- V- 4> %
$ill attend the Court in the MiJdle Circuit,the Su- his devoted and amiable mother and his this respect like all the resst of the wpr.d,-and went to meet Langsdale:. :Shesaw'plainlyby l .-Why is a dog's tail under Tnt FLOaDAAALBALS&1WL'RQ1is -

Poe Courts and tbe District Courts of the United beauteous and gifted sister, and when invited indulged in the day d.'eams'which. a freedom the.mannerofAlice.. that sometbinc bad- a cart,wheel-like a'story'of murder? rail ,road .exWnds' :ToM ;&* line:,biiween .

States at Tallahu e. him to visit his home, I felt more inclinedto from care naturally inspires. t\V e will-suffice passed .,between I the young people.. Upon: ,Became it's a so[.rel1ding tale (tail)' Afabitma and>FlorldA t o '

Office Octer28.1854.opposite the Court Hotue. by do so than to to'my own plantation I it to say that' Langsdale and Alice' were frequently entering', .the ,room, :Langsdale as ,usual. approached What is difference between an elephant t It[ is'about'forty aix'mile's*"itJitb. ,: and.Is.
_ly___ relatives go and friends; but'feally; logetlicr, &lld.'wiJ burr/you forward, .with-hU extended.hJi d.. and a tree ? *: "* Designated the:. -l.dA RaU V

RICHARD BRADFORD among that my I have experienced "unspeakable! dear reader,a few months. ,Spring had opened ",Mr. Langsdale) Alice h'as intimated tq me A tree leaves ui the spring.but elephant Road. unde..ta11afbit tti De t
now '
; of find with! biiglit) jaxuriouSneM' trees' had put your;"desireto_ have.a conversation with me;. 16av when the show:does.W.ould.yog"raWerVdie .. of the interior( ; rni erda wi th& ait'ct'V
ATTORNEY AT making your acquaintance '
V LAWf pleasure charms around his homo,,,that I can outheirgree n,leaves tbe fields'were bright and.I.anjL!ready_to. bear,your'remarks 4 _,. '.by.the,guillotine.or Congress apP1 v'aM l 1 t&Ol' ci d : V

T TALLAHASSEE TLA,' to many wonderat* his preference.( : ** ano %jay-the"waving' grain fanned by soft f? My:dear MadamLhavemakb_ ld to lay. be roasted**to.death'ttBy.the )latter process, Bed tdthIStai: tF onQ .ltia tl i r V

(Office in tb. Post.Office, Qnd Dg.) not t' Mf. Langsdale gentle zephyrs,'bent, inthe, ole fanlight before your Aaag.thesenlimeois-which, IehsTJsb .',because i'a,?t"l take (steake),}.!. reforahle, to public l lands withj*,: %mJ!"''; :limits' ., t.J r4'
flattering ;
Lay2867.'V 21 y, are truly with';( of, unfeigned pleasure I the bird, "I.w.eet..:. atb a'J''bte8'"w.} I :iSwards 1( ;htf::4c 'ptance depeqdfentueljjMapon ,cold qijop. jV '_ V road.amountmgmthegate. iJ. .;toWhVkiitted 'M.V- ,780- ,
is eeling* '
sir _
and u.
forth their Boft' enchanting.notea t & l1eart : th4orld" .40'100'.f. A =
: YWiggings.what eraa history
: .WILLIAMSCOTT (3 valued friend of dear warbling acqatesericj&ifmy !, r.". ..' .
I meet so a studies my the limpid streams,and gurgling, ,brooks gen. wrapt R1 in rand;: apply; .Wow..to you.://or. do;Vqa fegard with' tb8Aeepi-1& horror .tb
ATTOISIMSIY AT LAW brother, and.now that your I breath of May- that The cAof-eVa I r.
MONTIQELLOPLA' will to we tly ruffled by the balmy your 'consent, oar Intoo.' ). hope gaspid Wiggings with a "
the hope '0-' .wb..t1
'your residence in city" we I beautiful flowers decked,every,garden, grove may 'not be' ,asking too much whin,. I-crave .iasmoiIp.jzudd.r.V: C'lffllrt J '
Jd visitor. .
0.1111 10. tljan. .0,you'.a frequent 1 4V -L' V .

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Ua of SfiTomm m-DInLtta1xsi'I'boctaa
of the whidh elevated Mr. Buchanan of principle, and that his policy ought .to bo sua- [FOR THE yioBiDiAN IOUlNM' ] r.1
[FOR THE FLORIDIAT A. JOURNAt.] ciples party of the House of Correction,at Lawrence il

Jlnrtoian # $o.nnal.TALLAHASSEE Kansas Affair to the Presidency ? Jiisarrival in theTerritory Uined. In my judgment there ia no occasion for a ME. EDrroR-The article in your pnper over the reports it almost impossible to treat dellrtontw'

he delivered an inaugural address, which, we are storm, and the hot and fiery spirits who arc ever signature of Cnto," have not-escaped iUtiC men* succe-wfullj now, iri conseqnbrwlj of the ____.___,___ _. MB.[ Kbiror.-The alarming cry a crisi* IR at prostration of the nervous of
and his systen
a -- '----' work of turbulent dtuaksfd
subdued busy in the agitation, ever strength characterize r
told, softened the asperity of party feeling, Whatever ability or may y
: baud, is ngain laifcd. From one end of the Union strychnine so generally rued irt the
the spirit of rebellion then rampant throughout the always intent upon seeing "ocean in ft tempest communication, I do not hesitate to say he has tore of liquors. nunnd*
to the other, from JfoiUi to South, from East loWert "
land!, and in short, universal sntifnction.. tossed!, to waft a feather or to drown n fly, should misunderstood, mid consequently misrepresented j -.i.b.-- -.--
SEPTEMBER 12 15T. the good people of this to pave
cATVfl)) country are ngnin
Hud he sided with either of the parties who were be. firmly nnd sternly rebuked. If agitation must the Governor of Kansas My effort to vindicate AaaivAtor GEM. Wiirimu MOM Kvv ii ttinyton.Avyut -
be moused to a tcntc of impending danger to their
- 31.-Gen. Whitfiel
the come, let it raise its bend in another quarter. Let be regarded as .1 feeble one com aVriyJlItv'city
each other
For u1e at thS* office, a ft* Coplr* of RKl'ORtS rj rights and liberties. lleting in quiet and npo-, then arrayed against upon question Mr. Walker may direct from Kansas. late last

(;lb6( arpucd and ajndgtd) In the Supreme Court of this after year of violent Hcitation, and bitter political whether slavery rhould be cf-tablWied by the Sovereign it not come from the South for the slight and really pared with the ,violent of hia enemies. Irnnyliumble i is fully 1Storcd.ndOov. Walker eThfiing Ifle.eases Quiet

t3t. at Trrms lielti 1M7. power, what good would he have accomplish unimportant, nol lo say unjustifiable causes which ) opinion, the result will show that he needs day in popularity. Emigrant who went eeb
strife, they are again to bo dUtuiKd, and the harmony out thIs
n t ed1 If he had embraced the cnu e of that party have been put forth r.s ground of discontent and no vindication, and that the onslaughts upon him spring are IM general solid men, trho look) tA theft
of our Lden to be shocked
ptilitM'al once mote labors in the for
Thc EItraRgerntttt which favoml the fiabli-hmcnt there of this dissatisfaclioii with the course of Governor Walker, have been and uncalled for. He has acted a competenceani1s,0
: }peculiar premature ,
of the main
lo such
and unsettled by the ic-introdnvtion of Ute old tlementsof help a rraft
I the name of a highly interesting original tale, discord and dissolution which have hereto institution, n* it is often called, of the South, Ifcjjjn which it cnnnot be proved any injury has resulted the part both of n statesman and a patriot. His government among all the people' peace an go

commenced on the first page of to-daj's paper, from he might, indeed, have recommended himaelf by so -but on the contrary, from which, if he is pnst career affords abundant proof of hula statesmanship tht ettretne mm, the Jim Lanes tt fare
fore been iu the late conflict of *
the pen of a citizen of Florida indued with a lively prominent partie doing to the atlVetionate regards of n large portion rightly sustained, the vexatious and disturbing and as regards luis patriotism, no rational motive getting di.gUHted with thercnt desprti0 of their(
and in the envenomed for of section ad-
imagination and fascinating ftyl* (composition. fight principle, of that velion of the lTuit>n. I have no elouht eulogy questions which have agitated Kansas anti the can be imputed to him for his assumption, at with *. Gos. Walker, in COfleI.MtIOD recently
against section. Shall we have those frightful a young man just from Kansas
would have hung upon the lij> nail lieen -|pO- country at large will be satisfactorily settlc h I, thin lute day, of a character inconsistent with a went to the Territory tiust iii
We have on our tabl another Interesting comruiiHication sccncR again presented and again re-enacted iu the exp tine to finti himself
ken by the Ion iiea of thorsmds w ho now denounce for one, will resist i all attempt nt renewing, in pure and steady devotion! to the best interests of set by difficulties on/all sndes. but
from CnteVwhich I unavoi lly portponed halls of Congress ? The (diet has forth-the not such a'
gone had
him as unfit for the station which he occupies, and Congress or out of il, the agitation of these questions his country.As tu snrmonnt. By the Meesiffg 5*
next 1-tue. has been made the materials for the
to proclamation will
our continue to diharge his nd"Th'
a traitor to the trust confided to him l by the Governrnenl under w hatev cr shape or color the attempt an evidence that Cnto' misrepresent* Gov.W. duty
*m storm have been collected, and when the Senate stitntion and laws fcarlc ,lr, with no regard

Pr. LucienDuYul, we tindeirtniul, has declined and House of Representatives shall hnve assembled he represent. By the fiery e-piriti of the may be made."_ LUCIUS. ., he iiwrts what the Governor in his! correspondence not for the good of the people over whom he that h is

the nppoinlment of As/i-tant Surgeon in Col. Hogi'fl South he would have been proclaimed the wisest of expre.1y denies, lo-wil : that he desires been placed by the Cluief3tagstrate! t.fth5 *
next winter, in Washington, it i Ia confidently a *er- From the Tampa nirnular, August 29.
regiuiciit. men and the most sagacious of rulers. But 1 seriously every man to vote who may happen to be in the -CEnFhiladelpMa rress.
ted and loudly predicted il will buM. with all its More Indians Captured.
ask the calm, the di-ereet, the reflecting peo- Mickler in with the order published Territory the day of the election." Again-let w-
Florida Manufactured hhoe fury, and that the union itwlf hangs upon the is=ue. Capt. pursuance A Good Compnrlnon.&T .
| pie of this itnil every section lo cou-ider what tuild a few weeks since, left Fort Center on the inc tell your intelligent correspondent that theprinciple The Eev. William Roul.tt
advertisement of Col. Blackburn of Monticcllo a wHI-known
See the Arc any men so r( ck1cs." of the pst, that they 4th ini-t. and visited the scene of his recent capture. MItiodIsi
Would -tablihed the of Ihe
have )bi en the result of such a course ? order by legislalion el-rgyman.midinfcatXap draw. the
who offers for wlc n heavy sto k of Negro ; will again wilfully embroil the country in the div The camp was abandoned, save by H couple (it logs followlag! bat it,
have liecn restored-would quiet have been eitahli country in reference to the Territories, is nonintervention comparison Dr M'Lane' Celebrated \trmUti
Shoes on the most reasonable terms. and a large number of hc>g-. After killing a* many '
ctision of those which all prepared by Fleming Bros., of
dangerous topieo against "
; = <*hed-would the fierce elements of strife have hogs ns the command could dispose of, Capt. At. by Conyris, and not lion-interference PlttsburKq.Pt., and a ferret:
A ferret
parties, (except the e\tremirts of both sections,) to show started for Fort Me line. At this the Indians This docs I i when placed at the entrance ota rat-hole,
t. We call attention to the ertiscmcnt of been composed 'I It needs no argument place from any quarter. not, apprehend, ters the api-rtare, travels along the thi
have professed lo bo FO averse and to show their had cutout the lead from the trees, which had passages, seizes npon
that such would have licen the re- preclude full and fair discussion in the Territory. rat, exterminates
Mr. Allen T. Par onfi, of New Yoik, headed Important no consequences lits eilitence, an been used the soldiers when stationed there animal dp
have themsilves in the by nstargets.
sincerity, expressed strong"et
to Everybody.which will be found in another Milt of such an independent course. After five miles North of this place, on Not, however, renting Gov. Walker' defence upon funct carcaw to the light. And in like manner bare I fcMi

column. language which a true patriotic feeling and an On the* other hand, had Gov. Walker ranged himself the Ilth, the trail of one Indian was discovered on this ground, I maintain that he has not violated j !)r. JTLane't Amtriran nnifuge to operate npoawoiw

t ardent detire for the perpetuity of the Federal Union on the ride of the free-soil pnrty, he would, undoubtedly the bench, which could be traced to Ihe water's the principles of that legislation, but has carried j thoie dreadful and dangerous tormentoraofchUdrtn. Thla*
i.ke the
Association of Railroad Interest. would suggest ? To such I have nothing to in the free Plate have edge anti no farther. Following the border of the remedy ferret enter the aperture of the mouth,tray.sla .
with that
party them out, and enforced the exiting laws, while at \ down the grillet, hunts round the
Quite a number of the leading Railroad men of -with such the voice of reason has no potency, Lake* several camps were found, each succeeding stomach,lay hold of
tay been admired as the great champion of freedom, fresher limn the last. At of the same time he has rightfully given his opinion, the worms, shaks, the life out of the reptile, ,
one seemingly noon, sweep fieta
the United States met at the rooms of the American they arc alike regardless of the lessons of experience their! den
and lauded as the stnuch opponent of what they the 15th, Cap t, M. earne upon the camp of n Warrior not only ns to the best, but as to the only method and carries their carcasses clear out of the mtenu
Institute in New York ily few days since, for heedless of it and careless ae to Thi a, at least, baa been the effect
a warnings
and of blnve institution- with his and child. The ot the Vermlfug. ,
call the wrongs iniquities family-a Squaw of ascertaining the wishes of a majority of the people children." Upon m JAnelghbor.ofMr.Roulatt
the of the organiralion of au association what the future bring forth. was situated the >xlivnie Ialern] of
I purpose cifwctiug may Hut Gov. Walker does not choose to array himclf] camp on i point as to their government and instilutionn. Ills
who believes that the Lake The bonta. were within gunshot of the Mr. Johns Brigg, adopu th
to foster the Railroad iulcret throughout But to the honitt patriot principle
on (the fide of either of I the contending force*, that before discovered the Indians offence hath thin extent, no more"-and for this simile of the reverend wtlfler, thus both giving their
they were
It is lesiirii be A involved in the storm of indignation which camp by mooneqnlvocal
the to
country. permanent. a' wn not his mi&ion. Hy the* Supreme! government who Were engaged in cooking a large epinnlitv of the extremists of the South are laboring to bring approval of UYj great iipeclflc, alter having .

Prerideut, Vice PrwSdent*, Secretary and Trfau- lit isa.--i-=ling to g< t up at the South--I would cay, roi i=ioii M.[ n s-wd it. operation upon their own children
and ashore
he wn's invented with the power authority of j> Capt. jumped as POOH ns the about n Stormy SCSslflfl of Congress, unmindful of the Ls t etlim
rctleet take heed beware of the artla- I head 1 I boat struck and try It, and be ge'ii fled.
rer wire appointed. step you (Govvnx over both, and not deputed a the loader t t the* warrior rose and greeted principle which they themselves thus violate, and

king, li-ten tc rta on, and, bo p.idul by her eounFels. him with "How I d'ye do, bir !" He could talk very rePurchasers will be careful to Mk for DE

: The Submarine* ('able.:4l rather thun by the* ficti-'iis nnd iicoittiite.lspirits l i>f either-net in:1; upon I tho i principle nnd. guided by good Kngli.-h, and was remnrknble communicative*. regardless of the pledge they have solemnly given CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE manufactured by M'LASI-Filar,,

: ; The !I.e whatever 1 betlnir eompt/j.
i been owing to one of thoi-c strong ui.der-ocvnn cur- whercv they may whn In- took eh.ir.ro of I th-l..i-o- of j the chariot (Ti.n.iny :a-he it pro-t-nl'-d his name.) wuon the under whateverhaj e or color the attempt Ion are worthies,. Dr. M'Lane'a genuine Vennlmge, alio

j latitude or clin', who are e\ <.r bu-y in raiding f tin in iHtJiv tifi/wii.. Hit." IJc I I-l.ii.d:, ( 'apt.; Mickler attacked out I lie 17th lilt., and hU celebrated Liver Pill,can now be had at all
rent, running ncros which wouVd have run av\ay '' i-U-! pUcidhimcin mny be Iflale. Whatever emt-idcrs may say, the retpetubl.
whirl v.;i ih'ls of political coiamntion. In mad.- hi- escape, with his wifo and! child, I in neaiivip drug stores. A'one gtnuine vftt with nearly all 1 they haj l, and which vacsed asch : clwti I the 1 liiirei. iu-, I liiit i in comnrihdf that he his people of Knii ns rnu-t be allowed le form their ttynaturg of
to IJovv-
vva3; row tin
; join (ffil
To the moderate! and thinkirc vx-n nf all ".'tio* way FLCMINQ BEOI.
.. S difficulty Jn founding with the deep sea lent! n to pi <> both, ai.d by thr.-. ]'".i-ui'ig t the middle! course*, letr4! vvhu vvi-at: thi- .mpti'--si'-y, with "plentyot own ge vernnnnt, maturely and deliberately ndopt- _
ivho have of in the setthjncnt -
,. have got th.?c parts of the ocvan to be ( l w !<-ir.') party was th-n I lag the> institutions which they deem most adviuable MARRIED.

of: thdieturl'in/; t pitrf the pat to whh !IiI rui-ing (. ..pt--, and! hunt se'-el'! earn: fiorn Key On larnonia
1 he woi.ld have been the
1-y v liiv-h overwhelmed: anti tuitable lo their eondilion. My position on 27th August. by the
liA\f al'u-led! I :t<]ldre- Jjiyself, r.u-1 1 stsiotlv: n-k \\e-t nil: Cur i toihange* niiimtinitina for it. Jntiiii
1 l.y a tli v'g.uic.to either --He. lie I told them that t! cor.iie.-tiou he exclaimedVhil*- man: good i- that Gov. Walker has neither sad nor don any Kt-v. W. n. Crane, Mr. DANIEL R. ATKINSON
them fia. coii-ider whit i is thec.iu.- i th.re
to >\ or ?
t Speaker of the Next Concres ho ein.e there ti iijfmvc the lawai.d, rct..re qui ton ItlUeh1'* thing to prevent and free expre-s-ion of tie! popular Thomas county, Geo., to Miss SOPHIA A. VAN

I Mr. Phtlptt of Mi* 'Hiri, Mr. Faulkner of Virginia any CHUSC for this threat vr.rd war: ; thi diturl mice et lo it 'JVnitcry I l.y t11( brnwU iir.d di-frraeed !hiy Tho old fallow W.-H in bad h-nlth, anti appeared. will. LUCIUS. BRUNT, of Leon county, Fla.

I and Mr. Orrf South Carolina are rpokcn of us eau I I atiiI; if the quit; t and r-po--t-f tlie oo-ntry-.--this th Ir Moody c1fiiict.: 1 h.* eIaeti.TitlIt4 of tinT< r- willing I to a-eemi'iiiy| 1114 Clipt('I-, aft* r ri ini told! --_ -_- -- I. -L

I d'.datee for the Spcakership of the next Coaqrees. I; re-aztat'i <>f questionscttled and piir.cple] tstaliihed. that he"id! not lie sent lo Arkan-n*, which he Fatal and melancholy Accident OBITITAP.V.Died .
ih'.ria! Lri.utr.reiteKt] '
e>r wrong; }>t r s> w re efj'tctv
: The chances are ud to be in favor of the l itt Thuv f s a eau -e 1 i'n sin-wrr.i by rciiip I tinkw s, r.id us sr.'h mu-l be carried out if said! wai> too -il.J.LaterMore. Our community experienced} d.-ep sorrow at the at Goodwood, near Tallahassee, the Uth of

named. who a'v.ne to bo th<- ]i-culiar iru.irdini.s of btattt receipt of the intelligence, by tho Darlington, on AuCT-t/1857, CAROUSE! wife of
4t it requiied the 's bole ]i.ilitarv jiovver of the pvi Capture*. her tit trip down, of the drowning of Dr. A. S. George Heitz.
,1 lights, and: that cine will I be f,'!ij.d i in the conrM-, Weiup I the l ... t' aniiounee t the of that in the 26lli year of KPT .
i erniiicr.l to .-.frc' thI.Tl. Yctth-so were lie ael: > pre Spec-r, of Orange Co. Hewn* being towed acrosa age.Died

ii Gen. "Walker. the conduct, the proceeding* and fp pehe of (Jov."Alk of what the frcc-feiil ile-uoinih.ited I the Jlo-; '-\periene d oifie< r, Capt. W. II. Kendiiek, of the Lake George a rnnll fetenmer owned by him, in in Tnllah'-s e. the 3d of
September. 1337
f1 A Ptatement i* going the round- the that p-tity: liuli-peinlent voluntei-r-1, who is *..eoutinir t tlie vicinity ,
prcs I his little Mr. 1'eler
\ r iu Ksr. -a. The f J< < f that distracted company with on, Eveleth. nail CHARLES[ *o-u of
many dieniturua of the Church, and several of the conferred that I[ pa-I.euji-lutuie. Oi< of t the act providi, d i'r ol 1 Istapono Lah.On( ) I the 20th, in-t., htruik a negro bov lelouuiTl to the Doctor. While being George and Caroline Heiti, aged

officers in the of Nicaragua, have inI Territory' was ij on -iiitiiiguihed the call e>f a coiivenli-jii to fr.i'no a ( on-titutioii :tn1 1 I tin- I trail of-iv vvnrriorainl jiiir-ti'-d it. TheIndi I thin towed, nr.d w hue going en, ns' fur as was observed 27 days.cci .

I highest army and w tiltriedtattm.tn jit a (tiuicwhen ; firm of St'iti* (iovt'i, !mm ut. To tlui--o who would nn v\i.'!i di-'ovtml, halted and .napped their rifh by tho-n on the iMiiington, in safety, the
and ] himself
vited Gen. "Walker to c"ne: back place the hitrhe't ability, irudeec fti.d di-cr.tioii W4re ; ( 'ill. Iv. cliirired: kilhitug one warrior nnd enp- little emit WHS Set n snddfnly' to cnps-ize or tro uneler Wu arc requested to Col.S.
for the announce .
have lie ror Lit tiithu.e roere-tliii a *
i.I irt the head affairs. requisite to hoil the different s arid ulo the, ; p.irt j toting child!, four years of aire. The snw-gniss leaving the e>u board to 'trtiinrie for litX The B.
I i rctsonVhuivhl: I they alleged, and which it would. swninp enabled I the I bal.inee; of the !uiihinn-to esinpe.Thi boat of the Darliiiirton was lowered r.t once, and STEPHENS as a candidate fir re-ilection to

J Judge Curtis. troubles, and if j>o "ible put an end to the I blood i i take too lir.lcll ". 'liCe leiitO tl'UIIicnite, the (iovvri news irratifuii; : i to tn-! numerous friend- her enicinebef, ked, but before the Doctor cemld be (be office Solicitor of the lliidl Circuit at tot

Mr. Justice Curtis has n sinned his seat upon the .tiife which had l'etn broiuht about then- by the :i nor. held the language of a ptaU-uian, and sjiokeI lit (Capt. K. in this vicinity, and fulfill* the prediction reached lie "auk to ri-e no more, nnd with him his election iu October next.

beech of the uprine C'jurt .if the United Mutes.He intemperate zeal and ini-juJg.-d t.UtIstlS ..f fceklcvfiinatiec and made: at the time r.f hiclepaiture from this negro beiy. IIilittl>.-l>oy ciungto a floatingiox, anJ
I in the true --jiirit of the Kaunas act, eif the ri--
.1 : wat apj'oieted by Preside: t S'.ln.cTrc in 1S51. -j'o'.iiical tiick.-Ur*, and low, t'funj'rlncipK'd \ ]: ._', t j eity. That 1" awaits your demand. Cap.-Tampa. was 1'ick1 up. Mr. Eveleth utlo! by naming, ozr: WE are authorized to announce C
outie! f the l >cmic-ratic Cincinnati. It'j ,'
I i> t : puitynt I'euiiilt him-elf until he reached anti rescte.1
,: m m de1nagiiftZ4s cf iill !- (ic i-iip
j the IVnrtitution fmuifd l by> the delegate* dented ini though he was found iu a nearly exhnu-ted condjtion. -
Important Decision by tlio Supreme Court of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court
t ions. : at election ia On
A Candid Confennlon. Jatlioiille .Vcic,.
4 oTUcorgta. i j ur=ii ir.ee of the Tcnite-iinl hivv-<, rlmiild not l iii' npiiuvedhv -

1 ; The fuljoinecl extract i is taken from the A0iu: :Such were the men/and Fiu-li th UIposea Mr. Stephens of Georgia -_- t- tober next.

1. Intelligencer. While we are glad to see the: p<>i by wLkh the p.-ace if Kan-.is had !> < ndictuibod (I I iirijhation*r win n the vote dlionld he* taken ujion theqnt.stiohl for Conijrc.s- ft jolitital dircus iou a few days From A Letter the Atlanta from Intelliyfnrer.Kansas. :::7W'E are authorized to announce L>.

these colonization -hr tuwnp, her \ \illair-, and her plait. i since, ncknowled that if elected to Congre, he
f ion taken in rgard to
cases we-
rutShVatioii 'Jhento
of iti ; or njieticn. TJie fcjllowinsr letter from th Editor r.f leaven. W. GWYNN ns a candidate for election to the

are also much pleated] ut the high compliment paid inaMe; the theatres of not, rapine nnd murder. II idretkless Urc the Linirur.L'f of the I'iri-iuuati u-ointi"i, I the would be ecinntnuncd to co-opcnitc with the Deinocnitic worth IleraM to our fri -.d! Mr. Bell rf this city, I office of Judge of Probate of Leon ejounty, at the

.. : CoL Erbkir.c, fonnuly a iuu2.l ofLe l 1 ar of MidIe jiihti'-iun* r.jid] a-j.irin.r deniair-i ues never will of a majuritv of actual residents" could be p.'iily. will be read with much interest '."riri-nahout the) I I election in October next.

,., tertd li l L..rJers the : ..w tiou of State and to throw .- _
: Florida. j :: --i i txt-itlng que= may serve ven : fairly (Xj.itu--t0. It I I it Phould t urn out I that t thcoi. -.-
: The Oiuit T tJeoiuia late I what slivuld i 1.- the il.wa.i.icr her domvetie in-ti- The Kansas correspondent eif the St. Louis Jmocrut iij.on the presenttr.tc of affair,* ir. the Territory r.f Crr Mi:. } rrroRDo us the favor to nnounce -
r S-ij rrj < tt u= t'tiioiiiu .=titut''inul'miUid was nut >ik of a nia- .
Mr. lii'ter i=
;- this city, had 1'tfore t'in ii ti.ii i-ru-jl.t by1h ] tutit'La would hav- b.-. n qu: tly tt! l, as in other -uI\ that at a meeting nt Lawrenceon th<- I'tItIias. a ntkinai. e.f hicTi character in your ncxlisstie- the offi.'e Shi-ritTfor tim
U would 1 1h In
f thi.i-e t to vote *
n-t t. South Carolirirtn
jcrit} i qualified: a biith, and! a true* andtri"d !
j 'J-.l i.lt. ekt! uy
Amtr'.cau Griz.ition! S. ;.-ly <>f MajJas.d.3i.g.sjiBtrwi -nhoik' it ha. bttn the free MIICiind to delegates to Gni.-hop] u- of Leon
= by MItraiuaiekd ueic.rdaiHwith the 'l-s of the I'a friend of oulhernin-tftMlon'. H'H opinions, county nt the ensuing eletticm iaOetbsr
i ii. art
'ii i n-as ,
T J Gcrtrt-1! Administrator with lL v.ill uei1
i iu-ini FallCoiiVeiition.> the ckino. Uitic wing of I the free
I nnUX'-l!, of the tit.ite: oJ ite into 7:111015 *. IOOH, orDeKalb -tioi of the hord -' (>f eairrarlt!' <> and! j and tl.cy would 1'V ticir! v ite* make it npjiear to lie ought, therefore, to be ree-ived with consideration.LEAVESWeiRTt I n' st, Mr. RICHARD SAUNPERS.
actual sdtttrslwtu I!lie Mr ol State ce.iiJtituted five-sixth-the} auditory. '
< ;uu ( niirati'.n rmuifJi paity MANY VOTERS
county. j u i-cii-titiition framed hi ojijuwiti'i to Us, win ofI ClTY, KvS8S TtX. )
The will gave all his tlav<. t.-1.Le A.i :i<-an < 'olomz i ijU'irt' r5v .,nil h have zuif-l t h.re i % M.ckiij.i :i I The il'legates were all in favor ot vcting ut tnc rail Auuut7, Jbi7. j jM.
the Let hire a.k v.as rh;rf .t her
m.ijn'iiy. toe : MB. EDITOR Do
nny 'J T the
: favor
t ttv
'Lt iti;<-a "I'ty. ft-r s.- pi.rjn.ii ;:; :J tlu'i f" I.U-tria. in Afii a : 1.1..: 1 1 ,i m 'di- DI :i-i-' it.lining that will, 1 than tle tine jii'ojiosi'd .4 Deaf & Vtti announce in your next issue, fur e tlcction fir tie
t jiijiant foin; 1 iiiih r the! i-f t ii4.r the qui. t "fLome ;/ -Yoiirs of August is nr hand.- ;

:Daid to them wht-n tii :y fhould itirt U LIra: -1. ittcaihjK (] I'j-nii n baulo trrouuil ar.ds a- iec'-j.-n yard iu!.1iperial.1e} ." In view have been ekctcd Walker fighting to n.ake Kansas of Leon the
and 11 l-Mnoc-rals to House or arethey : a at ensuing October IctiouJlr.. L. CX
4 Le alw de5=rd and gv tt. the Soti'-ly *>t\ n.1 houses tun luck fld vitii '!lue '-rti ,jtli.-r of ;}he et..t. nd- '
c-f th.- film rm-itlttn Li.'i p-i.-tif" I in Kan: stale State? The pro-sl-mTV party is disposed to
(ity I'j'.c, lando. ai .i H loge Y.nr.ir <-f rl.auof Ins fsctioni .- ''li-i-t! !i-.n i Rcprtstiitativts. volt comjiaratively liaht. Respectfully,
< riling ;i-> hij j r< := iuehin.ihin support Walker so tar as they dew lie is acting
: railroad stock* in tr.i- for the xc.rro .*. 1o be Jided a -uiijt-d I can i-e lit, olhc-r. l lido- it I wftrijrlit The IJepublie-an nnijority, however, is relatively ns MANY VOTER.WE .-.
:.< t fr.i b.tie.c i'r love of tineoi.fliit; but right, and no farther lite party is deposed to
amopirth, uM! j c fnrlly MIC! j>r<.ji r in it-elf. I It wn in accord.i, nee with alast
large year. sustain,him in the execution of the 1.'uws. nail thcfput-
under the directions f the will take fru ij. .">-iiy. lljiic via i:.<.:tcd ( i.'ni a "cji-i-," .
j.la.-t-in what ha-s 1 lie .-u l l->!:e inot| <-i->riirov.iih, theapprci- ting do.vn treS'on unrl rebellion, =n rife among the ozi- are anthorized and requested to

Georgia. in the alJ-iir, <.f Kan'aI.iv. had 1,04:11 eliztCte.l l, Vat and -ai.i-lie'H of te! mo-t ( iU'-.i.t sta ti--nIrIL- S\rt.\Tor.v.-Accurding to tin Sai-at.ga Jiapr ftbcilitionist' Walker himself, will admit that the announce LEMUEL JONES as a camllchtp forTar

The suit VKS brought to guin po=bCfcsioJ of tl.veatgro but h"r rul .ri were cither lo.j weak. in< J5i! < ic-i.t, vr I tlie nnivals ut hue rid hotels atlhat only trouble that he has had, is with the abolitionist
I stind olh-r cin to tl3 in. The !it i-, In fu-t, nlf evident, that it i ia the July tttri M S I t place foreVfntfiur Assessor and Collector of I.ton county, at the Ertioo >
j'r4q.4-rtv nfor'e The only question of difference, it seem tome
di-iii'lir to them. Such th
t case was ai-gnci fur tlie plair.titfs by ,Tt ff-r.n M. < was foro- niul I ttiui ha t hi,.! of arris ing at I ii e 's ill of a inn- d.tyhavo bn 17.13S, ng.tii.t-t 19,005f. between Walker and of the ia October next.

,1t Lamar, E'rj..v 'orinfron, and lion. IL A. Ni U-t, and! jujwer of the farti< ii airayd] :nriin: tli" tern { J-i ity in ltt'on; ; ti* rh'net- of p>:lilit* M.rvant1j '.evrnty-fivo *!li\" la-t s-ear. Tin hotels will men, is that of submitting any the Constitution pro-slavery! to be ,

t ofMacon ; for tie 'lef"udarju, by CoL lj>kine, of tonal ei.aclmei.tthat izitea.1of law an-1 oi hr, j clothed th.tughi 1 hey I lifvlth tfliailgl t petV. H't eontinuo c-j-en[ until 1 hue in en' October.) frame by the convention shortly to assemble) to

i $ this Lamar ty. and t'v! Il-jn.Liu.-.if ikUrtlmU.. Ourfiitnd di'-onk-r and ct-: fu-ion Iii.ru.1.) 'UnixWI: <* IIOMearity -- n ('.,,.!-> utioi' to frame fun.htttutntil law f-.r a fieii .- -_ thv ;people( Some few of the pro-slavery men here Sfleto btrticrnzitfs..

?.i acquitted ably 5" an urgua<- it ineupportcf for lif-, libuty, or projmU. In ji word, all ,. :%-' A wateh wa- left v.itli! Mr. Oldhnrn, e.f lh- are not in favor of submitting the Constitution to
th.e il! acd euvo c\id< i.cof a ii/nid i I i jKi-plo.i JI\j i.u 1.1:4-i', wi-.Iotu-t.it, -man-hip, piini the people at all. while a large majority of the party

capable of attaiiiijr; sti.v }xipbt.; Judge Ni.tt'p! was ariar.l.v. ;]-- i.ntl.i'.iLC of n.i'-oi.al'li' v i-lK of uj Hank e.f eland, iud: locked i.j> in his "trony lox, s-ul it with restriction.nquirincf
i I < luay jlii- are iu favor e/f >mitting a .
,- ppcech vraf, ftt ua!, churnotijred by iri-eat knuwl- The TIMS lu.l: t., l.i- nu-t. The Trr-Mdi-jit if th>' j Liic; iiud rtei-l laliKjrti"ii 1 e fthe iulial.itaiiti ot win.n its owner t \t-tlt into I tho COO ut ry, about t-n en- at least six m<)nth.* residence in the Territory Shoes Shoes Shoes! !

edge and'literaiy taste..i.. lrkine'arguinuii.. U.S. K-l-cU-d Kolu-rt J Walk.-i-H maui who had the Tin it-TV, all i.nui.iu. d tj ri quire aai.. c<-t > f ty-tivp years ago, find the 'ttte1u gts well] still. It eo as to cut out all who ore denominated! 'pHE SUBSCRIBER residing at Monttcellev KwL -

was universally ;,renuutJ a cu-e ar.d anan-'A liable been ilitilgui-hi.-.I in (lie oiuiuil.of th'- nistion a- tell- the (IZIV e>f (the \v e-rk, the hoiif, '.-uiiati-, ocoinl here as the "carpet sack gentry" from the Xorth. ida. b.i9 on hand a large auil general assortmtntof
pii-c* of legal logie, that ttamped him ag a juiistf ju-ti'-e that the work of tht haudund hinds of the who have eloubtle-* been imported here by the aid Negro Shoes, Buy Four Thousand Pairs, made of
},o\e and beyond most inn-:.1 mull hte taltnte !-, month', find *, and how Jar walk ina
Mr. To .mbs made of year you
no ordinary .
power. iiic : Ce.iivcDtioii rho'.ild 1 t-uhmittcd lo tins p'-ople. societies. If this description of voters are not excellent material,manufactured at borne by White

las usual fine speeches, in which] law and the philoeophy had beui cxhibiUsl outi-tripjiin j and sfarhing A r And liiis 'Gov.; Walker !lIi i icecimmi-iid'-d as iifeevsirv clay. It cevt .>U", and 7.ii'u ir.nd" by n 1'reuch- clucied &* bona file citizens entitled to vote we may Mechanics which be ia selling to Pfanters and Merchants -

of law, were harxn'.biouhuitcd in evolving beyond the intf-lkctf other nin in the arduous man in 1'ttri; possibly carry the election. We are doing the best at the very low piice f4l.SO ctS. per pair.
the Jii.l indi-p-- nnbleand for this I.e is Jetiouzired
question at is i: labors of I the (_'ahinet-a wi-e, -agaeioii-, prudiiit. I we can, and do not yet give up (the ce>nte>t, in ref Send your orJer* as soon as practicable. A sample
'fifit- principal point cf tli ot=c in CnirtVt' the ua hetr.ijif of hiti u -t and a tr.iitoi* to the South.J.ookiii .
i Cx": There were 78 battles ? the crenee to i-.akini: Kan.-its a slave State*. of Ibe Shoes may be Been at the store of James Kirk-
national touglut'dnu-ng
sut.-man, patriotic tonMiinti\ all
incompetency of the (1oni7.atin Soty ly, by the I to the priuc-iplc-s eif the Knii'-ns eel, rec-og- You say it i- .- tited h.the Know Kothinjj press sey terms of heir charter of his \ie\\-'' who-i 1 known year 1855, Trith an average loss of 1H>0 men in
own incorj-oration, to rue ; xj> e iuprIif n I It-/i1lg the j.rineipl7-* ul'thepnrty. to whi*:h he belong that every Democratic paper in the Territory is E. E. E5.ACKBURN. -

3 in the Courts of Georgia for the Irc-f-d'-ni <.f Blaxe!" r'i kiiowi' lgand undoul t td abilities jnarknl c-neh ; more-than 200/100; soldiers are ftimatcd tu thoroughly nbolit5onizi" This *tatement is doubt MoGlieello, Sept. 12, 1S57. S7-4m

Judge Bull, of the fcujxrior Court, had leided ti>i-> -, jiromiucnt amuu,; which i is the ru'e already have Jifensc and made 1.'ttiTcet the State elections.
}him out a1* tin: iian fit for the time and! the oeearion. perished by brittles. The battles less upon !Jin "
point adverse to the Colonization Society, and the .fcrrtd to, that thin must be a. fair eipret-ioii, of that Seed."
Georgia-not respectable or intelligent Rescue Grass
This 5 hailed the average more than one a week. The 1S5 any
decision of the Court affirms that or the app.iItlflent] was tlirougluuit year
Supreme mtual rc-sidents wlunapeople
the will e f ft mojority of editor believes it. The statement is not true in the
Sri,, thus one of the bloodiest in modern his Tvishing Good Seed can be ipplie'ei'
Court below."The as one fit to bo made and alsatisfaction. years PERSONS
country gave mm < r-< least Indeed I with all due
are ubout to put on the robes of State particular. may say, -L with desire
quantity they by appl3
: i flattering notice of J. M. Lamar, Esq., "H Now the question i i4, has he answer tory. respect to those who differ with us, that it is unejualifirdly any may
Sovereignty, I am ai a. l< -> to conceive wherein lie > to the subscriber, at {3 per 'peck cr $10 per busbel.
also gratifying to his Florida fiiends. The Ex- ed public expectation 'i Has he -d the fal e. Ouf whole efforts are levelled
lielujrg< has erred, or for what he deserves siu.-I fieice elcnuuciulioa. -- C A brielg is now being constructed over the the abortionists. T am a Democrat, hare I will deliver them at Tallahassee! or Newport and

emitter, another Atlanta pap r.alluding to lb e argu- trust reposed in him ? has he, in fact, \iolated "lliver Jordan," on the line of the Cotasagna and against ever been one, and am now publishing tlie V/ and give any instructions they Awv wish in regard te>

inejit of CoL Eifkin-, say?, We were not in Court any principle of the Kans-is act ? The? It is i4 Gor. Walker Tins threnfonec therrr. Tome Quincy 12, 1857. 376wJISS
ii during the whole* argument of this o.iso by the for Kob< r, found thinking: moderate bet intel- K (
f. counsel engagr-d, but we had the gratfiHti"n of g< i.t men t<> c -idfr and ar.=wer. I do not desire his language, mjre charitably conVide-ved, hear-. It is 1 100 feel Icing, and is built entirely of ironIhespausbeing always kept the flag of the prej-slaTcry party flying
the erywtructwif vt ndric- irn-d vrunifn in order le> the breeze From the ce-mimencement of"my career
hearing from CoL Etvkin-, one iht.'han-t] n.oot to shieM] (;uv. Walk' bc-ertuse the Adrninistr.ttion iion SMITH informs her patrol antI the pub
supported by heavy towers one in 1354, te the time, as editor of the \
that fair result he the and the ,
n may cortuc-qaii.-nie, __ that the excrcfecs of her School will b
L re-
and the main involved in lh, if *
logical powerful argunuuth on puiuirf may wiou wrong or injury hundred feet high, Kansas fleratd, t have battled for making Kansas *
favoraWaction of (. their resumed Monday Oct. 6th l8s'I.Sept. .
3 application on ,
: involved in the case, and upon which the dt:ei-ion ha-j. b.-.-n don'. On th / contrary, I inles..ly take ongre ujirn .4.. a slave State If come witn: a bad grace from ,
12. 1857. 37
of the Court below was Lacd, that wec\ir litcnedo. the ground that if IK- has: done anything walerlutly b<- assured. K u fair conr- is not pjirsucd: and I A Me-nsicR PSAKZ.-A rattksiiake with twcnfy- Know Nothing editors who have remained nt home,

have endeavored to show that a fcnbmtsjion of the and done rfptfring for Kansas to eharge Democratic
'We hare also been ahi1 that each of the wrong, the Admini-tr.aion is refj.onsible, and ruiift tight rattles-the first lour inches in diameter, the editors in Kansas with becoming abolitionized. For Sale.
C<>n tilntion to the psople is not (July eonM-tent
other counsel ngaged, displayed great -gal learning und or fall )by his nets. The whole qiu-vtion i j-, re-t deere-a-ing in size to the last-and more than Let them look even to Missouri, nnd s-e-o how their 9 BALES good Northern Hay.. per Bark H. L.
with but : iudi'-jirn-.iMe to fairne! wmild 0
and eloquence in maintaining their Joiti411- h has any j ::.. :];'.. lr n violit.-l to which lie AdMinistration perhnp tvvi-nty feel in knglli, has been killed in Hurlaneoinily party hints aeteel. In the recent conle-st there for Rutgers.o *
not I'eiiigre I b.> ju-tiii'd in n fi-i adrii-ioi: lo Governor, they eel a man who wcnM not .
and views. was pledged. ? Nonintervention ty Ky. support BWs. fresh Irish Potatoes, just received p r
the State of Kuiioa-j into the 1'cderal 1'iiion, 1 Woild: accept the nomination as an American candidate, Scbr. Wild Pig on.
CVroj in the fiflVus; f-f the Territories is ono of -
London the of the but who declared himself independent anti-na McNAUOHT. ORJIOND A Co.
Respecting the Atlantic Ttlegrnph, the they not be jui-lified upon JIll fleijiles 'Hie entire
those It is the 1 :tcts ofihe Methodic Book Ct'iwern "
piimijiks. principle r.f the Nebniska tional Democratic candidate, and not until lie had 37
Time of the 22d ?aya-" It appears that the com Kansas act, and of (the re.-oluti"n ef the D> ince in ticparty Newport Septii857.
-Kansas net, and is thu.'numerated in one of ftt XessVoik, aie rq.oilcd at 6i:>,221.11 ; Ibbiliti : l-eeu solicited by ?uh mci>, ::13 Frank Blair, an avowed a- -
are now eon id .Suppose
pany the resolutions of the Iki.iocrntie Convention at .-S $irs,2j.7u:; ; net t'apitzth17ootI.'i.I.. Onthi Free Soik-r, Stevenson and a hot-t of others,

the attempt 5n October, w.'iich is often a quiet Cincinnati : the work of u minority, can il he Fnid to be in accordance the aggregate profits th1 yt'arjust past were avowed enianeipntioni-ts and the Know Nothings, Notice

mouth on the Atlantic, or wait t'u'.1 J"'it July, and with tjjc will of u majority ?" This i is :5,117.18:: while the net as n party in Mi-onuri, Piipporte him. And now parsons indebted to John Evans for lh see4. -

meanwhile accept OIM of tro offers w' icli arc un- HtvilrrtI, That we re'-ogni/c the right of the a contradiction in teirnj. I ark, if nn attempt by ; profits were only lt-) when it is merely supposed, he U elected the abolition &Lr of his Horse, are hereby notified that their

the f pe.'lc| of all the leriit<>ri<- i ineluding Kan-'fis; and bI> t.71 ; tin u little more than 2 per cent, em the press, here ana i-ke\\here nn el-timing the notes and accounts are left in my bands for collection.

derstood Isavc been made for the jnircha of Nebraska, noting through the legally and fairly ex- n minority to fore-'e ft Con'-Jitution upon ;i ju-eipb- net capital: und its (than 2 J per cent on tho entire Mie>uri election as a Tree Soil triumph. And yet and bv calling and settling the same by the a.c1nJ

cable, with a view U its being Applied t n COIH'munication pressed will of a majority nrlnnl resiifc/ifs, and! would bo e-oiiri-lent with that freedom of IiI fli1le at.-ct the Know Nothings in Georgia, say the Democratic elav of October next, will save cot tJ.

with India." whenever the nunilwr of their inhabitants fnttifieeorm and that fairness of action contemplated by the legislatifn papers in Kansas arc thoroughly abolitionisexl. A. J. RONEY.

to orm aeon'-iitution, with without .jme-lSc The Democrats here both and South
or from North 87-lw
THK 12 1857.
cf Congress ? I ak, if such nn attempt SP\M-III MEXK'AN (JVESTION.-One of the September ,
CK.N.:; "W)(. WALKER.-\Vafrhington cj'jvery; and be admitted into the Union upon terms are the only men as a party, who boldly defend the

of the fun makes the follow] correspondent Of nei/ect equality with the other States." would be consistent -srifh a jnsl regard fur popular lending Londem journals sp-enis lo regard the diffieul rights of the Southern States. The Know Nothings to Everybody.

ing btalement: the words of the rights ? I aver and maintain that it would he tyranny ty between Kpn'm und Mexico as threatening disavtroiirt at the North are completely abolitionised, and in Important

It inno less than a proposal from the hendsof the I have gircn very resolution, nhd it of the Southern Stales the are with the last three I have been engaged it.4 .
-nsmneh so us if it had teen perpetrated by consequences, calls on Parliament, before many party years
Church, and several of the hi hcPt offictrs in the A few words upon which 1 lay FOR and
itaficising only peculiar the pension elo"eB to ask front the 'rtie Soilers and emancipationists, to defeat the business know only to mystlf, comparatively
of one man instead of a Convention representing Slinisters H distinct -
army XiearaRua, for General Walker to come stress, and to which, for the purposes of this Democracy. Look at the proposition of the Rich few others, whom I have instructed for the-
back and place himself at the head affairs. Such a minority of the community. Hence the necessity, statement of the stu1.s which they have taken at the
I attach Gov. Walker nionil Whip, a Know Nothing organ. It proposes Burn of $2OO each which has averaged me
a messenger is here at Washington, and has brought argument, the nbnolute necessity for a vote of the people upon lo prevent hostilities, from which British commerce lo effect fusion in 1860, of all parlies opposed lo rate of $2,000 to $3,000 per annum ; and having

with well Lim the papers of int* rest to the Government us was sent to Kansas not to act the part of a mere the work of Conventions called to discharge thc must suffer, nrsd which would almost certainly end the Democracy. Thv result of that would b*>, to made arrangements to go to Europe in the Spring of

AS project of future command to General automaton, with the power of motion only, and abolitionise the Southern Know Nothings. And 1858 to m the same business, I sm willing ta
in between engage
Walker most eolemii and important trust that cnn be confided a war Spain and the United States.A .
with no authority to exercise the liberty of cpaech yet it is said the Democratic preos are here aboli- give full instructions in the art to any person in tb
The letter has seventeen signatures, and is addressed to the hands of men. remit the ium
had snch reckless will
tionised. If me
we to depend a United States CaDaelas\
to his Excellency William Walker President in explaining to the people of that ill-fated Territory letter from Kansas/in tile Chicago Tribune, upon or been
party have in Georgia, wo might as well of Jl. I am induced from the success I bare
said aayou
But it is that in
Congress, determining
of the Republic of 'Nicaragua, and some of the principles upon which they should and upon says as follows : give up ihe contest in Kansas. I believe I hfiv e an- favored with, and the many thankful aeknowleejg-

I the names appended are the moet influential in the ought to act in framing their Constitution prior to the admission of a State, can only look to gee whether Wno SUALLVUI-E 1 Epanhroditus Hansom, tho swerea all your questions fairly. meats I have received from those whom I bare instructed

BUU. their admission into the Union. On the contrary, the government established is republican or pro-slavery candidate fur Delegate to Cougrets, ineista Yours truly, and who are making from $3 to f 15 FU.

not There is such restriction. New ( with Judge Cato thnt the voters LUCIAN J. EASTER. an opportunity to e*
he was sent there to speak-to advise, to counsel, no States legal are DAY at it, to give any person
FCTKE. -Tuis said be and
is '
to prevailing those who hnve reeided in the Territory six month, in this business, which is easy. pleasant.
be admitted by Congress into this Union cage
to soothe and the of the multitude may
very ecrioBsly in IlaTana. Some three hundred of allay angry passions nnd paid a tax f" at a small cost. There is |peeitively
Gov. Walker was, at the last accounts very profitable
and The United States shall
to oil the troubled waters to again, guarantee References of the best
c the ocers and crew of the Spanish linc-of-battle pour upon --.4- No Hrsraco iu the matter.
: to State in this Union and republican form IIonfMamcs A.! Stewart Dem. has a elefcnec of his official conduct, to place himself its character,, and I can
ship Isabel Segnndn arc nndcrgtood to hare fallen maintain and enforce the laws-to bring order out every been nominated class can be given as regard
of Such is the of the Con for right before the people of Mississippi! especially, whom I have instructed who wiii
victimi toli" ycvottheles the of chaos-and to assist the good, the well-disposed gorerBment. language to Congress from the Ut'district refer to persons
Spanish Govcrnmeit from 15 to $15
and the South making per
stitution and there is in it I of generally. testify that they are
nothing ,
apprehend, Maryland.
and jjJtizcnE of the lo into
peaceable Territory, come either laaif*
Is "this ceason7 tending business which
out more ooldicrs -* -* *-. at the same. It ia a m

there;ae if to be victim to the pestilence. The the Union upon terms perfect equality will which would preclude Congress from entering into TENNESSEE- LEOSLI1JR.E.-The'4- Democrats have a At r New Orleans intelligence has been received ofa or gentlemen can es gag and wi b perfect tai various make

the other States." In the of this the inquiry whether the Constitution presented handsome income. Several ladies 10
Mexio n eoowjl diittl, on the I4th Inst., of duty, eleven bloody replution Yucatan which involvingthe.whole a very
yellow in -
the Senate and nineteen in was and Maryf
t. with which, as the Executive officer of the Territory wau the work of A majority or a minority, of fraud, parU of New York State, Pe yl'ania.
fever. the House. state in The revolutionists making from
tf. A.Rt. arms n6\-whom I bava initrncted are now
he restricted the trickery, violence or force ; in short, whether it ,
charged was only by
was 4* composed of the Radical party, were every where (3 to $6 per day at it. It ia a OWTMI. &B' I
ApvAc.t !$ orvoM w Euaort-AJvlaes Ly the principles of the Kansas act in the resolution I was established upon u. full recognition of popular Rev, Bishop Quinn says that the African successful. and but a few shillings i. required to start it. Up!?

of an eighth} to & have quoted, by the laws of the Territory and ly rights, or in utter disregard of the principles of free Methodist Church in Chicago is to bo arraigned at -- *- receipt of $1. I will immediately wad inatrOt0'to the app''"- .

quarter.penny in cotton t Liverpool, the ealesof the Constitution of the United-SUtes. 'Now I ask, government. the nextsjon of the Indiana Conference, for innovation The Washington correspondent of the .Philadel cant a printed circular1oontiuning understOOd full at one*.

: the week >**cilBg eeventy-fevin tliousand lalen. what has Governor Walker done incompatible or But this communication has ab-cady gone beyond upon the ancient order of that church, in introducing phia Press Bays that Mr. Breckinridge, editor of the the art which letter can must be p be.rfectlyJ addressed (itotPid JB

Middling Orleans quoted cigLt tud jilnc-rixtcenths. inconsistent cither with the laws of Congress, the the limits I intended. I think I may safely conclude pews, a choir and nn organ into their Louisiana Courier, will be strongly backed for printer ,

1 M&1invcctn. bad adrooccd one franc. luwi of the T< rrSion the Constitution, or the pnin-- e that Gov."Walker hab done nothing \iobuive place of worship. of the House. by many friends North ni3} South.

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Notice. : WANTS MONEY STATE SEMINARY I WAKULLA IRON WORKS, United States Mail Liner Savannah Hedical College.E .

'IX Months ftrr date tie undersigned, executor 960,000 :Now I'crt F1zi. &OM- f 1 ANNUAL COURSE of LECTtJRE3 ill

i.(1 the c-state of Thnr.a ReynoMv deceased, late MAY UK OBTAINED BV RISKING 10 DOLLAR, AT TALLAHASSEE NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST J.cett.. cbir.in'eBCe on the first .Monday inFAC.TJX'E.T.

will Ins final recount and _ _ .
r.fl/oon rountv. prrrent Halves and !
voucberB to the Ilcn.Judge Piobte of said county Quarter Tickrls This EstaHUhrarnt is Now Coder Fnl( Blast. ..tNDIXTEIIMEDIA .
'pilE BOARD or EDUCATION announce with
iud ak to be ie1izred. __I. pleasure that, wth: the aid of the liberal appn --- S 'IE FRORIDA PORTS, R. D. ARN01, *. M. D.. Practice. MeIl'cfhf.

JESSE: AVER11T. Eeeuor.SQ' JASPER CUrXn' ACADEMY \ priation of the City cf Tallahassee, they have established SINCE the death uf Mr. Pond. Mr. Oro. S. Kixo CONNECTED WITH THK lr. M. KOLLOCK. >tf.D Obstetricj.
12, 185?. BT AUTHOHITF of tll3 FTATHf C.EO1 GIA. I th'n iiwtilution, upon a permanent basis and charge: all comraunic'Uions. therefore STEAMER ISABEL W. O. BULLOCH. iL D, Snrgerjr
up n a plan contemplating extensive enlargements. bitive to work. Ac., should be addre ed to him. 3.O.IJOWARD.3LD., AriaUmy.JURIAH .
Notice Havana Plau, Single Xumlvrs. With\ the co-operation of their fellow citizen?, and the All work coming under the head of this business I j FOR \VifA AND CHARLHTOX AT KEY WIT. HARRIS3. M. D; Ebrwolrfy.

fpHlRTY dnjsjiftfr the uitt1tL1ica1icn of this 30,000 TICKETS rnrcs.Anountir future pale of Seminary Lauds they Lope to be ableto Trill be promptly, mechanically and neatly executed | J. B. READ. M. D- Materia Medica.

J. notice, the undf-rsigoed. administrator of the estr'.o -S.2S6 carry out the design of the Legislature, M made nt as inwlfra'e n charge as price of labor, tfcc, will :; THE SOUTHERN JOSEPH JOTfES. 31. D..,. Qb tor try.

cf John W. T< witnJ. ilocc.is-ed, *ill npply' to ; to J-215.200. known in the Act of 1851, in building up an Institution justify. I J. J. WEST. M. D. Demonstrator. ,

the Hon. J. W yJw Raker. Judge of th &
Court (lithe Middle Cncr.it oi Floikm at ]hisi of in.iking in. ;ev, (*'range to fay.) as dear b-xight << on tie IVtb October ntst. Clinx-al Lecture* will ho 4 4 4I

Tallahassee, for jmthouty to w'l the Wlowii-c lands ANDERSON & SOX, Mannpers, j hud regard to the moral as well as the intellectual experience has Jenion ited to me, it cannot be done I OF NEW ataglSSab ORLEANS I delivered regularly at tbe City Ho.p5taL Tbi Jati-

of Miid e tate in which the miuoi Lens of ii-i John SUCCCESOIS to J. F. WINTER, Manager. training of the pupil, and, heuoe,have sought oct nieji in this region at t thi branch of busine., -but f--r the n VINO(; taken the mail contract for alcove ports, tution will Rfcommodate over lOt paiUuJi For

v. T0w13'eJd arw interested, to-wit: tbo South Ea t of thorough education, long experience established benefit of tbe unfortunate, who happen to have En- J| will fun two first class Sea Steamers regularly further particulm sdilrwa' -- %

iter <>f Section: f 1ve, and South East qUnrler.of Our Lntteiics draw iu Macon, Gu. (Pmnll Schemes) reputation and high moral character. They are war glues, and such like torepa'r i j twice fl month, meeting in the Spanish Hole on the J. 0. HOWARD, Dean.

tic South Wost quarter cf Section fiv,,. In To T.ahipliro Saturday,nnd in Savannah, Ga. Large Scbeinc ranted. in saying, that thorough and systematic instruction j lath and 29th, and leaving the same evenin;. July 18, 1857. 9-3in
every )
The I IL
) will be Pattern .SVwJt, Machinery, Tvolv, <{r.. Icing __ ___ __________
KaTijr two. Xottli r.r.J Eayt in the Gwnty ofLeou' about the 15th of every month. i given in every department of the '
and State of Florida routiiininc 200 J>cies thor Stuiinarr. Special pains will bo taken ii the pi eparatory and Marks
Job Cfln lit Tnrrif'1 Out tntkA'tutiitss will leave New Ptut in the nwning, St. GREAT INDUCEMENTS
Jew. ZJT7I.K70: JL Wlinj-l: Adni'r.Sept. CLASS BB l department; the Tutor in which will be tin-
? aitil l>ij>atch. terminus on the ariial c'fthie Cais from Tallahassee,
12. 1857. 57-1 w der! the immediate supervision of the Presided. The 0FFERD TO
DRAWS SKI-T., Ifini, 1657, AT I i di eipliue will be strict, (hough not harsh, and pupils Shafting, Pullies, Plumber Boxes, Ilangiiigs (for taking mail, pasatogers, baggage and freight to and
finn the Steamer aud in fur the afj
{ returning season ..tLB2T1hIE
"KOTiCE.-KeedAll. A R M O R Y II A L L SAVANNAH. GA, ; ]vill be held amenable fjr their cnndti"t out of the Shafting Spur Gearing, Water and Si earn Pipe '
Stop Coeks Gauge Cocks, Grate lIars, Plow Casirii.s.Sugar j ternoon train. UNDERSIGNED ia n w receiting bu u ual
Seminary as w i-ll r.s in it. Parents will be furnished
I l: nii.r tbf fawn Sup-rinffnd'-nn (if The travelling public can now rest a.tnred that this jst'ock of Goods which will be large and
Rollers Circular ,
rrIIE UNDERSIGNEDires notice that: He will with monthly reporti, that they may watch the and Upright Saw Mill and Spring
J ci'.=e his l>asjs*<* jr A 'f O laba! d2e, by the fi'st of W. K. Symous i.ud J. M. rreiitiss, Ei qs.of.4fi0.t)00. gress of their sons, and co-operate with their Ttacher pio-- Grist Mill Gearing, Circulai and Upright Saws Ac.. I long desired! and frequently attempted communication complete,' xyhicb be cffers upon his niual terrni to Us
Ac. I to and from the above ports id in *och hnnds as customers, and i ii s\ instance liberal di-
te. punctual
:.etbcr nrxt i iI' a'1, indebted will plea** call unJrettle. Gciifrally kept"on Hand, or cot up on Shot
ci PITILS ) ?2nfiOO.S10.0PO I ?3000 ,- Xotio". In Fact Ileie if to watrant permanency and success. counts made for CASH. D C WILSON.
or tho f'.tims will be put in the l4vycr'sLanas 7/<: FafuUtj fif t}>f Instil uiii'ii trill < >.; ,/.>,/ ifRev. the Place fi-r nil that Want *
) 81000, S2000, Z Priz of 1000' 5 of *5C>0, 100 Passengers bavin slave servants must see to fl
8 Woik in this Line Pone March 14 67.
nil and with ,
1)). JI Itight
} ; hs'.ujjr cli.ims will present the same f.'r.iaym.t't. | < NEIL TURNER, A. Al, Piesuleut, Mathematics up DNpafoh. _
:II. RUPP. !i of ?100, 100 of 50, .SOOO of ?30 and 75. Approxi- MtnUl i.nd Mnil Science. having some halt a d' xen Engines yivelfe'mritarit- clearing them at the Custom House, before going on
Jcrt. 5. 157. :SG-'t;: ; [Sen aopy. inatioM prizes amounting 36O Mr. A. L. O'ISRiKN, A. 11., Latin and Greek Language. ly lunuiiig. causi-d the Ilstablishment to be t-tcctc-d I b. ard. look 'THE LAtEST SPRIJfG'AKD .SUMMER '
lJ7wZy Tifkt'.s 1o< Jiitt'as3 the same cau-e must it TlierifortAOU ccAt40: your Baggage yourself.I'orfuithcr
: Quarters $2,50. ." no.1! i Lit i ratlin. keep up. can
and Calhoun Rev. JOHN 0. LONG, A. II., English Literature and always rely on having work done at thelr1KTLTJ.t I particular*. Apply to STflES-
Webster Look interest and DANIEL LADD .
to'yoar compare this Scbeme with Natural Science., Ageizt.I

T HEIR Complete Work 6 vo'unie.e. Library any other. Mr. W. \\-. WOODWARD, Tutor, Pic; nratoiy IVpaitment. iioxlrOJRs" I New Port, FIn July 11, 1857. 23 To be had at .
Edition. ilcDOUGALL i HOBBY. \ I
Stipt. f, 1857. s 0 Bank Notes of pound ll.mks taken at pnr. j Rh:! Here Comes the ,\<-jl Important Thiii;. NEW BOOKS! D. C.WJoN'S.
Checks on New York emitted for piizes. i:vrns TUITION ruiErglKh QUAITFa :

Notice i iTETTERS Address s cf Tickets orders, to for tickets or Cei tif5c.it es of Packas !j Department and) Mathematical[ .: ?HI t G 25Cla.sie.il 00' PAY PAY PAY JUST RECEIVED HE UNDERSIGNED in how receiving a large '. i

of ndminis-lr.ition havinjj boon cmiitoJ ANDERSON & SON Manager. !, Xo pupil will l be allowcl to it-eitc without, a rertifKMte You wi'.I *eid to New York, Ph.tdtlpliia:! and R.il- t j 1VCW BOOKS A NOTELS--krV .1. and varied stock of SPRING and SUMMER

th" 3.1 d.iy!

II.m Ju'i.'i' 'f Prolate f.>r tli county of Leo- st.te? | August! 29 1S.V7. S5 j t lui'i I.>n has In-en j>ail. dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are EL GRINGO! -Travels in Mexico ; generally :
FI ida, on thees'ate >f Stnon Partri l Igc. late: of IJank-i or Haiiking facilities CONSI3TIXO IN PART OF:
r.f 'i With such low mt"s 'f tirti.m) cninpired with the no or surplus capital, you DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition ; t
i il 1 cojntv 4lN4ed. all debt* au 1 demands: of v.I.at.i \ John Bull's Compound 1: advaiitaye*. (.ffOrl-S-ith, gond boan'rip.' on terms, want 1, 2!, :K. '1 and 5 year; credit and then require MEMOIR of S. S.-Prentiia, Speeches. Ac.; Chintz, Barege, Grenadine,

e! iwt'urfl nc'i"-'l tht- ti-tate <>f said! Simon Par an rea'wnstl'Ie a' Li the vk-imty -itnil.u In-titutioni one to ride from f.U to .VMt mile" fur pay, and probably THE DAYS of my life-A novel by tic and Orgundie Flounced Robes. ,

: nire, flcc a ii, wl.icliball( u.'t exhibited to me FLU I EXTRACT j at tin-, South-with th- well T-tali'L-hed oh.nacter <>f : ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of author of Margaret and Zai lee ; {( Solid Colored and Figured Baregei, i!

h j11ji.itrat..r if..irtau.i. i1i' t OF SARSAPAUILLJl tlr s City, I l'ir I H.? a'retabl-in-f: UM 1 ht-althfuh.tss: of j! amount i.-i collecting Is this right? IB this eocour- ISABEL-A novel; t Silk Tissues and Crepe de Paris '
RcrHifd; bv Ilic) Mitu'f the Sate of Florid.i.in: sueliIwne'l j its climate. the Bard confidently t-ftVr the Keminaiyt aging Home Industry f If so, can you be surprised ARTISTS WIFE-A novel j Chiuti Brilliant
Titi ad rri.1 ItU f.nvtr nfteri aiJ Le Combining all the medic.-] virtues of Buidocl. Yeli i t th> sippi.it; cf the public. I that it does not (tl.tive ? VASCONSEL03 ; ncvel Printed Lawn", from 10 to 75 ctn.. .

; ati'l iKiliec i hereby s ivon tI ..11 cr. d.ti!?, I low Dock, Dandelion) pure Honduras Sarsapui ilia nnd' j Thr- Scrsii'ji' wll iviiHiience on the firs! day of October Arrangements must be male f-r payment before bv Simirs ; &f.
Je ates n't-i pei?"*!* Hrtilied : > <3. tibrj.ui! that their Wild Cheiry Baik, is the ir.ost'potent BLOOP Pruiri j jru next, and anew Chi?:?*.* v ill be oigAnized( at delivt iy of work through pomp Hou e"in thii J'la"e 'McDOUGALL & HOBB' J French, English, and Amer'n. Prb-..

claiins :iri'l l-mauis will be la re-i at the cxiiiaTi| nnf I in thti kiiown woikl. FIT the cure ofSeiofuln, i that time, it i is very important, that thosu( who intend St. Marks, or Tnllahis'scc-that is far enough from July 4, '57. 27 Black Poult da Loire
-iio I af'-rfsaid mil* \hibited vithiu the Rheumatism, Gout, Dr<> and all CLrouic Disease
the p* I py j t<> enter, us p;ipii hoild enter (then.Uv home. Black Gro de rhine,
'*:!i! and thie i.tkc:11: b" p'ead i ii bar thei.-< f. it has no equal. order at the 13.'aril of Ed'.iration. You may be good, but we cannot run after our Black Cballies.

JOHN G. POWELL, AJn.fr. I IStpt. !, -1 Jfe'lie'ne fn !, 11fl..J-dIQ4cfl; 1). \V. G\\ YXX, Secretary. hard earnings in this Depaitni'jut. Besides, when FOR SALE. Alpaca's and mbazst-
5, 1SJ.7. SS-Cm > to posterity flt ai. Tallaliasec, Sort. I 7. Laboi in credited out, pai tics try hard to maku: themHI -
}-i.i',.r: to the JIii.n
Strayed from the Oil Works JMEICAL NOTICE.CL I it. .
I for
i i Great Internal & External I ]> rTClT-TlT Q of CORN and 4 or 5000 Fronting and SLirtlr.c Linens.

New Port KZ? DANIEL LADD. J L'' __j JLjL.rL/-L: k J pounds of BACON, on Pillow Case and Sheeting .ineh*.
i iON ] H. GOnWAN. J. L. PALMER. New Por July 11. m',';. 23 Miccasukie. Refer to Fancy Shirting Linen*.
ihc ICth) inst. Ml'LE I nfl. JOHN HULL'S KING of PAiN
.# Sunday a (mare) 4 or I
Messrs. 0. & J. 1IEGINNIS3. Fancy Lin nsfor Gents and Youtba wear.
t vt-art-'old. i-i a mahogany: bay color. abut I is railed to the l DrsTGORMAN & PALMER
i \\sii cure following disease lo wit:- STATE OF FLORIDA I| July 4, '57. 27
nnj.Hum'pize. ha-: been \roiked in double liarn,- s. but j Cholera Bowel Complaint, Dyscntary, Weak Stom- j TT AM I Xt a *omttMl: ; themselves together in the Spring and Summer

nitni"t be rode. Shih.is: been traced t'* Tilah.Rro! j jfr" noli fiencrfl Deb-lity, Liver Complaint, IvFpepsia, JLJ. pni'4iee oi Midiii and Surgery, offer their JUDICIAL ELECTION. Sea island Cotton Gins I
i lljt-nec to Mr Dl Tliam's platit4iti' : '.!i. fioin tl.-jncv Chill and Fever. Ith"i'uatim in its worst f,im, M- piofes-uii.al, strvices to the citizens \Vuukceruh aM7TLLAiC
:.)n Mr. AtkinMJiV, a'ief i from there to the R. R. If- I vere Barns, Asthma, Pthisic, Bruise? Sore", Wr.ut of j! -urrouii-iiug, aiiitrv. A FEW of BALLS! IMPHO VED PATEST

I l-'. n-f'we Jie wasn II Vt-.Ji.csJ.iy. Tliutsdav; r.nd Action in tLe Kidneys, Piles, fin- vorms. Pamtei'ts I Augutt 15, Ifc67. S3SINGER'S SEA IS LA XI) f.'f'lTOX GINS," fr sale by

#ai' ,,'Ziit. A lib-'iiil! lewjtrd will b( paid to nny j fholic, He-id and T 1;iot!hrhe: Cough", CM, Cane : hi-tp. Lt4VH: : "d 1 iiui I.iiIig .. Turr'rs. S welling*. Ci.K Sralds. Scrofula or )King's I SEWING % !rIIEREAS the lion. Win.. A. Forward ba reV Price *1 25. Bonnets

,..< '.*< .I fi 4 hi-r v5 <"t.t!: it-. or :!'!\hi! xniaiinnm..t. V.\ il. Si-.nilet F&vtr, and] all Pains and 'Aliei.'in I signed the office Of.JU.hg( of the Circuit Court These GINS have given great satisfaction to all .
,. :\ .. :jid M-iit-t/n.-i '." '! ; Di.'i 1.: rTl'ma' vliatei.'r form they maappear.. This medicine Las for the La-stem Judicial Circuit ; Therefore, an elec- who have heretofore had th'in.McNAUGHT. A LARCE ASSORTMENT O?

,,. 44.. -t4.4. t .t r I ir; ciji c been before the public aI.iit tin ee yeaia, and has rc3ioed ti.'ii is hereby ordered to be held iu the several Counties A ORMOND. ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AMER-' 'if

l Ttturavd *!' >'il,1 < ;ppt :t'.i.iv; v I more suffering in I that time than all other firm'- compoMM/ the Ea-teru Circuit, on Monday the Newport. August 8, 1S7. 32 "
5th day of October, pioxiino, f>r one Judge ti rill the ICAN STRAW BONNETS,
1\NIEL LADD, >VwjMirt. lar preparation combined.: F 'r Pale at DR. JonvI
r. U57. "' I Bci.i.V iu Louisville unexpireJ term. TRIMMED, LACE .AND 'STRAW BONN'ETS
Sept > I Sarsaparilla Depot, and New The Judges of Probate in the several Counties of Rice-Fresh Rice.
I .
TALLAhASSEE i said Circuit will take due notice hereof,and make then
WHOLE and HALF Tierces of Rioe to arrive
turns to the office of the French Flowers, Artificials, do, lc, &t
Dr. John Bull'sCor.p'un1 Secretary State in the rj in a few days direct from Charleston Send '

Female Seminary ; : Pictorial \Vild Cherry, a certain cuic j mrrier In pi escribed by law. in your orders and have it marked, you who vruat.ALSO Embroideries. -
testimony wheic-of I have hieieunto set hand
f.-r Cou'-1i?, Cold iui.1! nlldi.-ocbcs of the Throat ani 1 : my L
rJ'HEti.it -.' -n >'f'I ". IX-TITI'TIOX wilirmX.5AY. Lang- and caused to be affixed the pi cat seal of the Kiel., Valcncine, Maltese and Honathon Mtti 'cfEvinT

i_ ":i :. -: : :b.> fiftjf, CM .br.ls,7. I|i M..ldl.y AMKS.v LIVELY. Tallnbarsec. !j j I Sttte. Done at the Capitol in the city Of Talla- 150 Bones Manufactured TOBACCO, at lower Collars and under Sleetesj

iiidtr i the cl.-nj. <-t# .f ,tiX \. (iHAXT j.ud LADY. Piinc-ip'ii! : Oiice-L.ui-vifle mid New York. h'ieiC, tiiio Lilot day of July. A. D. 1857. i price than you pay this Spring iu the big city of Emb'd. mouslio Collars, from 12j} oU.tof3',00*
: :.LL cII-II JAMES E.: BHOOME New Yoik. For further particulars enquire at Emb'd. moualin Sleeves.'
I'i.iri'd; v ,itlj a-i'-t-p] s ti-e of tl.e i ie-p"iFbiiity Ju-e 21. '57.Insolvent. 26 ; Governor.Atte i
i >KIV-IJ! n, l\.iii\ aruui'ii* :'in-$ irij ttt ui-! 'ityki'ig: =t: D. LADD, Newport.
AVIXf; bu .. .I
| :apj.i] | > til. Spcc'nl( : Agent f'ir the, '
I-I 1-. L. Vtii.ipK.fE i March 21. 57. 12 | Hats
C'idi.r i "f tlt InS.;ititi >:i dvsre: csp'iehy I totJat" Estate Notice i hulc df l tii .i1' .v.-. ti.- !uii'i-, :rbi: iid i i-> now prepared I Secretary of State.I ,
thut th. n cb:vf t.bjcei. and tit! to wbioh tluiranKtt ) I All the papers in thEittern Judicial Circuit will
f rni-l. t'.ui A gOBT\TE.TT OF
\'< :: t I;: t <>|.l r. t'CKii. r v ith fiilliii! -
vu ito trill! i>< d.-\witrJ.i-t.i give the I PUI'IL* St. te ii Fl.'riJ.:, t j i I ubii'lh! till (hiv cf election.Aaiust MANTILLASFOR
-truct fri tIn-jr unOne MaHiaic i i- j
: 'i.- equal to S j ji Giiits and Youths Spring and Sii&ua r
JefTtT'on co".tv. t I 1. l >f.7.
ifi.lJ i'uid 81
T.Ii IJIT: be c> to tLcni a and compl- i i.i In i .,0.1 Sciiri.tre'-KL's. and nil ki'id nf Sewing can I

-.iuc>iii i luJil i ia K-fcH'Uce t'* (be utility ofi'5 dis! "IV" M. .1. CLAY'i ON.' dniini-liaior, of tie trta'I *- 1. d!"!, (Oi.o ni two of tli'i so Mic.ii.f: ran I bo seen j jut THE HATS. e

tt,1ve Liiehte': and J 'Ujc vJ'! vCur.e co tie rartuh.rt.i'!! : > 1 .I--- ; L.-'ii-d: it'. ,. I .' efii; fji'ticiuuty. .!.* Spring and Summer of 1867 j Clothing
] : : ; .i :i- : di- iti 'j 1 .;!i:!! :a -'- >.: r' (!../c.Ctt. p .ji>T de"o i A Vu'-intF! : PiANTvrrov iv Lrov COI-VTT, Ti1 \. .
1w .i 4i Puvil* :r.ny rr- d. < -tw-i.r. | "
t : .
( t >' : wi'i !? |M.| t( uiiv I'ne on up WILL }b. .: .!ld,! at sale.] tbnt fl.a )] 1IIE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express
( pri7-
Kill l e, -t liie .diwv arid valul -xibition} ) oiisU tate "f Jr.-ij.li V\'. <;i. \t'>!i, t i !b. i!i nlveii*. j I plitation irinilr 1 v\l.t.ic I'lit- Prices of tl.c different i- j I T l.iiuwn a-t :tLt Iltiriuir J'lufi ,"plantationT _I_ a few of those most Fashionable and by far the Gents fashionable CLOTHING.
| jicr-fis ; zt-f i.'i.ty =en. P. P. LEW1.S. ; most desirable,
ry.Jal *i,* t-4.'ju'-: imt-IJ.:: cui).". j'.oflfieiicy. hAlt >arh clanni a .vm-t, paid (s-tato t appear and file tIe ia'iie Au Iui.t 8, !f07, S'J owned by Ut>l. D.ivid Ii.irro-.v, and now by Irv.uiI Boots and Shoes -
; Crnom. ten miles N. E. t-f I
I 1'ahlaLas--ee. TbplaniHti'iu
.ue t141. f.iu i-rcif--J utiJe-ifjuid.i'g. tivtq.dlttiuist vritb the Ju'ii- .f Pi(il'.te i of 6ii; .iid ciHMuragvd itic4i of ibc i easouiLg (aculijt. the S li div <*f Ltr-h next, Mb. u tb'-revi'.l l be n 1 contains Twenty-rive J Hundred Acres of of various patterns and designs, whieh they offer un A LAUCE A330RT3IE5T OrLudies
QTJININE J.aud, the greater malt of which is equal to land Gent Youths and -
[ any Child SHOES.
],ii' rata f' .< f.rrN bi-long'.ni to fail I the riot reasonable terms. Call early if wish u'e- _
in 1'I.iia.! Tin re al' Mt we've f hundred you -
are or >urleen : ALSO ?-
TERL1S : o=tiile. i.r.n"the[ cij.t"tl'creof; at wi.ieli ti.e i I I'STr'iriv.-lbiio Or- Ls ul|>li
TIE A *!>: '.-; or 1WL>TT WHK?: 1 ili'ai'l AVin:. J. C-':,}t'>n, v 111 apply for hi? fir.d: ds! j fJ I'sirr I5rs iul, to (her with a {great \iuietv j I acrp. including of opcu a large land, and the renuiinder of find v land tiraberoil 14/!fl'. 11 Servants SHOES of every quality.! I
charge fi o'n the ii'biii'i'sti.i! 1 j.in -itid estate. '; of Chc-nncaU. AMES i LIVELY. I quantity very superior ,
ry Df rtniw.t..?12 10 j yet to clear. The improvemenU are very good-a STAPLE GOODS.
THOM.'S" J. CHAPE Prob.ite.
& ,ruj Dii'.n. 1C CO Judge j _A"--1_ 8' 1P57._52 r_ dwelling hi.tie, fio'd' qtnut r.s for a.wut) one hundred Tallahassee Sash and Blind
;I Sept. 5.1S57. :nom; Cotton and Linen Osnabirge. '
CILLEUAE ) : negroc trnod f'-neef, Ac. 1 lie pluitili: : will be sold *
Don't Read This Brown and Blue Shirting and Shee'iiogs,
1 I II for one-tliird cash, the balance end two
I i n one
First Grade of Cls'r< jK.-rUim. ,. "25 <"'0 I Saw Mill & Mill Site, Near Town with intcrot fi-<>ni date of sale. The plantation jears.will r f HE underigued adopts th/'s method of informing Marlbcrousfh,Plaids and Stripes
tcuu' itd "0 0-J I be bLown to any one desiiing to purchase, 1sMr.. j j JL the public, that be ha* ivconiiCetKed the above Choctaw Stiipts, Apron Chscka,
( NAMETAL DLPAETMtNT : For Sale. ATI hare ju t received from New Orlean Per Hyman, the manager on the pl.ice. Purchases will j business iu th" city of Tali.ihasee. and trould! be Bed Ticking, ic, dc, &c.

Drawing aul I'diutir.j in Oil .!i c., per term. .10 00Eu.brjiJt.ry ) I rpJIE MILL SITE, together with a new SAW > > Schr. 'Win. R. Pcttis, and New York Per| apply to the undersigned In Talamsce.! pleased to receive the patronage of his frienda Sh,,pr.t

: of nil kn.Ii.] .'. .. .. 10 00WtxFiuweis I JL MILL complete, ready for rurinlug! within live Baik R. II. f Jumble, a large and well selected W. CALL. the Rail Road' Dtpot. I. W. BO WEN. A Lt'ge and well selected stock of HARDWAB.E. -

vr Tiult: (each). .. . . 12 00 I miles of town, known Jis the MuuSon, and more recent STUCK OF G Ic11Il. July 25, 1S57. 0tfTaylor's March 7, 7. ho All of the above articles will be sold low by

MUSICAL DrrAUTMEXT, ly the Richards Mills i is now offered at M. bargain.IQ .- I ALS 0- D. t C. WILSON.
a wet time theater i rivilt-gc is good and by attaching LARGE lot just re March 1457. Il
I'vdtrthe ;ha> t of Mrs. GRAXT: a small engine for a dry time, affording the WiiK-s, Brandies, Sirups, Cigars, Ac.Tbe Cotton Gins. GIGA byMcDOUGALL

JIufclcoa; the Piano i.na Guitar, (eacL). . 25 CO very best chance about Tallahvsc for economically SuWiibcis d-teniiioed after this date to -'I7E have on haa-l Gin of 40, 45 and 50 Saws, JtllOBBY. Book

Use of lustra-ieate. .. .. .. .. . 5 00 I i iAraon producing lumber. The pond being large and entirelv abandon the system eeHing goods ou a CREDIT.fir ) V T and can deliver them either here or at Newport March 21, '57. 12Corn. Bindery.

the apparatus i is an Electrical Machine, one purroanded by n very good timber region, affords Ca h or Coitnli>i PruJucfvc at ?2.50 per Saw, payable let January next. UHE Book Bindery of McDOUGALL & HOBBY

: ofthalarjjept in America, attached! t', wl.i'-h arc bativhich ai very inoii.icnl method cf getting stock, next to will at any time be happy to serve customers A LS O L is again in operation.

ttrie bufiivi.-ilt tim cir: ( -ati. AIa Tele-e'pe Lv I the ru'ii-J'; fucilitic! f.ir providing stock, the location with! floods of every dvscripticn at a email uivi-ncs Crown's Washing Machines," made at Columbus, 1 n A A BUSHELS CORN for sale by March 21, '57. 12 3
ii nearer tov.-ij by 2 or i> miies than mill eite to above New York and N--\v Orleans -
: } the in"Ufitai'i aii'l vallfys.in tbe moon can be j jd I any J-MCCH. If you Gcor ii. HOPKINS A MEGINNISS, Agents. 1 U vJ HOPKINS A EGLVNISS.
be f jail.By doubt it, com- and at J. B. GiimbleV bid I Seed Rice.I
di-ceiued us '
:tuety : and a Mierowpe '"f tiit ati'Kishiiig try August 8,1*<57. 2 Sent March 21. 57. 12 .-
calling c.-i Mr. J. L; jiaid>, f.-rmcr Stand (' of Monroe and I [ eopy. _
po>Vf i of ina iifJL a drop of vinegar to t WenIy < ( owuer) 0:1: ui ncr JifT'-rson Stints.P.RoKAW f (\ BUSHELS SEED RICE for sale
fett in diam'-tr, thereby -xhibtii.jj; aninialculaeen the 1 lauk R. ad, anv" f.ithf-r: infoiinatii can be had, i RIIODES. Bacon and Flour Gloves Hosiery & Hdkfs.IADIES' 1uJ HOPKINS 4 EGINNIS&by

f ft in lerj lL, Had lh. variety <>f forms in vLch: IT of DANIEL LAD, Newport. May 2y: '57. 21jf"BROADWAY ,MNs March 21, '57. 12
animal life appears in th< ..,e i ij\iribk; dejiartrutrutb; ofcre Sept. r, 1857. Ct- /' A B15LS. Flour, I 0 iiIf do. (Geatleiueus', and Boys' Hose
rbn. GOLD OU, 4 1 llhP.| J5.i.-ouSi.k; '=,. half Hoc,

The pupils are resent J fr no ha pjn >d lL..ti .1te8ion Laws of Florida PEN 0 An-l i jj.j.: .N1. iti *AMJFKEXm LKEA1 Euri'sh Buck. Thread Tw illed and, Silk Li-le and Gloves Linen, Cambric Hdkfs.. Spring and Summer Styles,

ULic-r* by epecial gretmnt.Payments BOUND to 1557. McDOVGALL HOBBY. Mauufacturinc: Co, I LiinJIng froiu the Petti.an 1 for sale bvM.NAfMIT Lr-.cding per Sarcpson. and for sale by :E'Dr ].87..

: i 5, 1P57. ::135 nio tI) tv 'i: ORMOND & CO. McXAUGHT, ORSIOND & CO.April THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by the last
I j _ IS T 7. 1C.; from New '
mj mr f April; > IS, 57. 16 York, a full and elegant
It Is de Kable that PAYMENT of jit least cuel.Jt'.f. now Etiiitg: tb ir cp'.cLiiiii! Gold] Pens. Pen assortment

should lieS'nade in fldvance. The Lfcessitie- I Florida Reports ARE and Pen ('a"e at the Ljwt--t Jtetail Price, Just Received SPRING & SUMMER of an endless of LADIES variety of the DRESS most GOODS fashionable, consisting itjleaof

touchers are such r.u to render this almost in di penAaj /COMPLETE awl each puichaeer Draws a ,
ia vo1um.
6 Paris
Organdies and
OD plain plaid cloth, -
'__J 31c-1)OIJGALL i HOBBY. IIUY1IULI'flEIII'flPREMiVMof PER "J. G. ANDERSON, from plain to full chintz colored.
t 9.1SS7. 25-tf [Seat copy. Sept 6.1657. 3Cg A hEAUTISLI. tNfl V A K I E UASMHiTMKXT robes
from 50) cents to E1000 Organdy ,designs entirely new.
: 1 OFI IIODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE Jaconet .. .' .
Jefferson As soon as a Pen or! Pencil is purchased, the Premium
Academy, FRESH ARRIVAL is delivered! immediately.LI I ISLE BRAIDS. d.>. Tiimmings, d<>. Friiccs, Are now receiving a Large Stock of Printed Barege robes, designs entirely new.
-: '1 I ICELLO FLORIDA. J Steel Sp:ing Skeleton Skirts. Setts Brass Skirt Grenadine foben, striped Bfooad and China '
FromV.. Orleans, per WM. R. PETTIS : T OK ro AMJ run ULTAII.Gold r1u-rs : lhlIps. BUTLER ADENIIAM.. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Flounces, 4

CASKS Sides and Shoulder 11-m. 'J5 and 1 Gift June 27, '57. 2C Embracing every imaginable style of Foulard silk Flounces.
regular exercises of INSTITUTION ,
rpHE 9 : -
.1 tize . LADIES Double skirted Flounces
DRESS Marquise
will! be resumed on MONDAY the 2Slh i, Ttirces Duffjelds" best Sugar Engrossing 2 50 2 Gifts GOODS, viz : together with a
Sep- Silver Ex! Holders . 250 2 do beautiful assortment of Linen Cambrics iu.drets
teiIsr.} Any one deciiitiir particular information, iutv.rd cured Hams, Just Received LACES, MANTLE-*, SCARFS, ROBE, Mutiss,
Dbl. Ex. Holders. pattern, white and Polka
Silver S 75 3 do | printed Brilliante.
to terms, &c., &c.. will receive Circular. On 1 Teiree Sugar cured Sincked Beef, SILK?, BONNETS spot. 4
tc.: &C4A
1 Beef Miirnmoth 6 00 -1 do Per Schooner Wm. JL Pcttis printed Percales to great variety fpi.licntion; to W. O. GIRARDEAL) 1'riu'l. Tongues, :
Leviathan 6 25 do lot of BUTLER t
20 Bbls. Mess Pot k. 5 large Boys' Clothing, DENHAM.
f Augut9,167. S5 20 Rectified Whiskey, Fountain Pen Gold Desk Holder. 3 75 3 d- K/\ DRUMS Fre&h Dried Figs, A largo lot of Mens' Clothing, March 1 1. '5';- 11
Mam'oth L box .ioLevi'nO'ldPen.G'ldDcskllorr rJ\J 6; Boxes Fresh Lemosn, -
6 25 5
of Louisiana CO Superfine Flour NEW WHEAT," < Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps,
i University 40 Plant" Extra Flour 6 25 5 do 2 Cases Guava Jelly, Opening of the Season.BONNETS
1 Trail New Dates. And other article Merchandise .
MEDICAL Dlii'AItTMEXT. 1 Uhd. choice Brown Gothic Silver Case and Cold Pen 3 75 3 do every suitable l
1 Sugar" Mam'oth Go'icSilv'r Ca (G'ld Pen G 25 5 do AMES i LIVELY. for this market. \
-- piime Gold Tooth 260 2 do June 13, '57. 24 J5T" Call and examine theai. gj ,-
HE Annual Course of Lectures i iu this department 1 3 ]lbl. Lard, .
T will commence ou MONDAY November ICth 4 IVirees Rice i and Ear l'ick..3 75 Z do IIODGKISS, SCOTT & POOLE.AprilhI57. Head Dresses, French Flowera-
1 Bbl. White Bean Gold Wail Key, To'th Pick A Pen'l 3 '75 3 do FULTON. FOUNDRY 15 Rushes
1857.mid will tc-i minute in tb ei.suinjj Mareh. Ribbons Blond
Ladies' Gold Pencils . . 2 50 2 do ,
JAMES 6 Bbls. No.
JONES, M. D, Professor t/f Practice of Med- 1 Mackerel, 11tL11n '
cine. 15 Bags Rio; Coffee, I' 3 75 3 do 1LL. Just Received from N. Y. ings, &c., &.c. .
HE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the ,
J. L. RIDDELL, M DM Profepsor of Chemintry. 5 BubkeU let quality Heidsic Champaigne," 500 4 do T FEW 1000 of those MOURNING Bonnet* trimmed
2 Bbls. Old '- and Pen . 6 25 5 doGents' public thut they have associated themselves in A justly celebrated H. SE- .
WARREN STONE D. Mononjruhala
M. Professor of Surgery. Whiskev, GARS.
business under the and
Gold Cases aud Pen.1000 8 do style "
1 Bbl. Old Peach Craps
A- M. D. Professor of Obstctiics. Brandy,
GrSTAVCS A. NOTT, il. D, Piofessor of Materia j 1 'V Lard Oil, Mm'othbuel2 50 10 do Candy, Baya & Co, A fcw.dozeu GERMAN HITTERS. Crape and Straw Bonnet trimmed,
3 Ca.-k3 Ale in Wo warrant all our Gold Pens to be Diamond Pointed White and Black "
Medicine., pintfc, for the purpose of following the trade Fouudtrs and BUTLER 4 DE3IHAM. ?isme ;
.TO IAII C. NOTT, M. IX, Professor of Anatomy. 100 Sacks Salt. and not surpassed by any establishment in the Machinists, and are prepared to execute all kinds of June 27, T 7. 26 Plain Straw '.
THOMAS HUNT M. D, Professor of Phytiology I IOILbEK'i For inle l>y R. H. BERRY. states, and besides 'given you a Pen or Pencil well work appertaining this business. Steam Engines Hair NeapoLtande.

l'flthO2V. Augt t ?2. 1857.:; S4E worth your uione}', we also present you with Gifts furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. French Flowers Flat Bloomers, Gipsies. Shaker Hood, Infant'Leg--'
worth from 50 cents to f 1,000 iu
.-\"AXCE Mills and of all kinds Ceburg dc., dc.
M. D, DemoDstr of Ana Sugar Castings trade with
1..nhy. T N A"INSURANCE GOLD \VATCIICS GOLD GfaRD AND VEST CHAINS, neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished ARTIFICIALS, &G. &C. Head Dresses nnecrpassed for style and Toriet-r

The r i.ns f<.r Distiig! will be open oa the *econd Gold Lockets, Diamond Pins, Cameo sctt, Gold of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They BY Express we have received a beautiful assort Ribbons of the most eiqnisite design in great Va
M-mJay in Oct/>btr."the CONPANY Stud, Rings, Breast; Pins, Silver Fruit and are also sole agents for Hoard d Sons Steam Engines ; of the abo e, sefected in Hew York from riety, black and wliJo Rushes, narrow, media*!' and*

Fut-ulty nte \'i-iting Phypiciana and Suigeons OF HARTFORD. Cake Baskets, Silver Goblets.tte.Al for Ginning C"ttou, Grinding and Sawiog, and Har the latest European importation, expressly for this wide, Blond Edgings, Zephyr Lace and all "other articl -'

The Mude-nts accompany tlin Profet-sors in their in Charter Now is the time and here is the chance to make JOSEPH CARDY, Marcbl457. 11 -* Marehl467. BtJTLER&EjH.ir
vi'in: and. free of expense, enjoy extraordinary prac- Incorporated 1S19.- Perpetual WILLIAM BAYA.
ticul advautage JOHN CARDY. Groceries. -
Preluuinaiy to tLe Couii
>J daily in the mphitLealre of the hospital We offer Liberal commission to Local and Tr'avel -' 2 8 BBLS. SUGAR, visions qualities, Summer of 1867; -

fr-nu ;ha 1t i of October, on Clinical Medicine and JKSUKE AOA1S3TLOS-S AND DAMAGE BY TIKE, ing Agents, and give them Credit on One Half till ICE NOTICE 20 sacks COFFEE, WHITE GOODS of eTorT deacrlpfiw

ourgeiy, aud other subject, without any charge to OXTKII.MS ADAITKI() THE HAZARD, sold. A hibt and agreeable business, and above all ,Butter, Pilot Bread, Crackers,Barley, we mention":

loJcnu. TUOS. hUNT M. D. Dean. AND CONSISTENT) WITH TILE LAWS a good paying business, Agents wanted in all parts Peas, Beaus, Tobacco, Wines, 10-4 and U-4 AU odaI. She 'tfer. **

Tie Adnjinifctrators of the Charity Hospital elect OF COMPENSATION. of the country.* A Catalougo containing a Lislof.Goodi Number Two Llaquow, Ale and Porter, Vinegar, Sauces, Pillow Caw Lin.D, 55 -

ft.nIusi! ,. in April 14th Resident Student, who arc B. C. LEWIS, Agent, with Explanations of terms Agents will trying the experiment Jpf furnishing'ICE Pickles, Soap; Soda, Shot,Lead. Oils/ic. 8-4'and 104 CoonUrptMa;
!nautalJed by thelnatitution. For Tallahasse and vicinity. be fienton application,free. All orders will be promptly AFTER; at 2 @ 3 cents l fi> thus far, full supply of all articles in this line, landing Cambrica. Ja on.U.

, AUgUt29,57. S5 August, 1867. 33S25EEWAED. attended to, and those sending up money by moil we find At these rates and as long a season's sale, as per-My6ticBod.. foraale by Plaid Mualin," -. r
will receive such goods as they order by the return can be expected, will leave ug at least $500 out of McNAUGHT.-ORMONDi' CO. Fari '"
- ti Attachment. mail or express, with the Gifts enclosed in tbe packages. pocket in actual coat of Ice delivered. The losa in Newport;March 14, 67., .. IIGenttemesiB :.. : *

Addre all orders to'MERRIOK and selling at Tallahassee t more abmJer.JS'eisaMes11aS
transporting is ?
JG1fl :
I A/tJraot, 1 In Justlties Com t, 2nd Ditikt, ) ANAWAY from the subscriber, near Madit BEcTON & DEAN, two for toe. While cooling you-we want to be kept i liJ c '-.QBRlI1ANTw. ---- 4Mars.il'

Nathaulel* }V Leon Court Lou C. H., a negro man-named TII ORN- 336 Broadway, N. Y/ whole oisrs1oes; therefore, after the 1st July we Warn ,
1 Wbite.) Debt 47 00.: r TON, aged 23yers,weight about 160 pounds, N. B.-Gold Pens re"-poiutd iu superior niauosr.Eooloie rill contInue to sell ICE at Our Ice House at St.. L Jjj. 'and fenpy '- .
If HC defendant and all*ther interested, are hereby rather'light complected, broad face,has a smile when the Pen, and thirty-nine cunts in P. O. Stamps, Marks and Newport at,the same price, $2 $ -cw > PaUot Joag0loth Criaolia; ; S-.
notifUd of the commencement of, this suit,' spoken to, and down look, legs somewhat crooked, and the Pep will be repointed nnd returned poet-paid.. 2| 1 @ 3 cents Bb according tot quantity Slock 1MOClS-SacL 1.. panU>o45 t ;awrtet qoai. ] ,! .
Phua ad
returnable to ;uticeVConrt is about 1 4 '57. 27-Sm ,,ti; and Latest style.SrA oice sclectbn.laod-- plaid NahiookC .. ,
a tobTbeld mtTallabMwe inclining together, and 6 'feet 9 inches bigSaidBoy' .Subscribers at the Tallahassee Depot,as. usual Mr. ,
,on tbe 9tb daj of JToreibf r, At D. J857, and to wa fonMr1yownod'bjJndgeChn! of MwFticello i: Williams at the'Depot*-and Dr.,Barnard up tow Mjll log> from-- Brodie' ,and tor.iI l>T : : _

Lppandpjj to the uthe .: '* aad Inti probably made his way to that place, : Salt Salt : continue to keep ICE,but on their own accou'r ,' Muob2IY/ McflAUOHT.pRMOJO I2
e&! 2th Jay of *-. ).T. 4 wtu.r. lea- K**a- acnunintanec. The aboro : Parties in the Country, particularly tbosa why propose .. ; .. Trench Collars,Ptenebit ;L; q* 4

or reward*/ i'Eri; paid fortie npprchcneion. Any n. Inn A SACKS LIVERPOOL, in fine order, to sell gatn. can hare their snpply arraDgea for p-: xAales Gent1e L.p'c Ra4-

EDWARD K. WEST, [i. a.] formation thankfully tSCCZYCd \7- landing per 'limes.and for sale by' BtMniksor eirport af'mii suit thci 'f :cooTebi' Timeand. fo.u1siy .r h&udigprL.p -'bordied Utd ErU1d '
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rda Floridian & Journal THE .110$!' UiHTL. 'iOST FEl-! p.B.BbOE4cv's HEW :CAERLiaE SHOP. THOMAS WHITE McLA1'TE'5

--- !. pobliebed arery SATURDAY, by FET, .HOST iO.VISfc! jLIVZIIY AD $ i r| HE uuIIerinleI l Up leave t" kfortaihu citiJL aril Sl.ett Ira CELEBRATED

_ A..I23 3. JONES, EDITOR &PHOP21ET02, CHEAPER THAN THIS CHKAPJiSTS TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. |t Zeus of TnUniuiSMM suit viu :5uity7 that he has MANUFACTURER? >oTCorper lf-iind.-of Plain] ,prI, FEnD- TERMJtPUG

At Two DOLUIU per-aonnm, iaT2RMS Better than the liestPu5fcA n 'HE Proprietor -would in- oftiut-u a carriage Si.'p in thia'p'acv joining cjr Tin Wares, takf-a pleaBrfininfc.-n.irg the etleni

J TT */y.J35 Lf- i forrihUf.itnJt1 atKi the Broka 's Livery .Slables, | of Tallahassee and the surronarfingcwuntrj.ll'al he M _, Au

OF ADVERTISINO. wAdfc only One Dollor a Ytar. & .public, that he bus rebuilt hiajj. L in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Grone", now prepared to wait on all that wih to rjntrom -- LUEPj

I; One square of 12 lint; or1es' first insertion! ?1 00 P.EATEST DISCOVERY of the Pre=envJT Tj Ir.rge Brick Stable, at the old eland, and is uow where he is prepared to do nil Kinds cf work iu hi* ; hiri ?In hi' line of bustnrts. He also tenders his thanVsto : _
each 5ub.4qoent 50Pnfetcioul ofDLtecingCOITNIERFEIT prepared to socamiKtkhte his frit-mis and customers iiw, nt the shoitfft U'ltict" nnd i-uthe most his friends, rid the public generally for the) very, 'rwo; ofLb7i.t ,

auJ liusia s* Cards inserted at 1 10 Centnry 110 :aljo has attached to hi* Stables. a good Black REASONABLE T fill MS liberal pttn r.ege with which! he Ins licrctfor been
annfl.n per BANK NOTES. j smith Shop where he willhave have done all kind*of fiivoied, and he hopes that! H cmtir.'jalJcn cf tbe same }

Adr semcuts uot rzi..ikt.d f.-iih the rrj.iiber of j Dcscribir.z Every Gencine Bill j in Ksi-: ,-nan, -! Pl-sntatun Trrk. Hi.rsc !?L ting, ?.vd .u'.i.ge woik in such na carriage painting and trimming; making new will be grautcil bini. They arc not recommended
insertions will be continued until forbid and charged EAhzbiti3g at a pl.tnce evciv Counterfrit tin very beet manner and with pioinptn and dii. buggies and wncotis"" and all kinds of repairing. Having lie will ctnstBiitly keep onlnda full suppl' <>f"xll

tceordingly. in niicu'ation J patch. procured a n'it rate sorts of Ware csualty] kept ia sn kStallibLrrent cf bi aa Universal

"CertiSeates of publication of Irgal or estate Arranged so adm-raVy. that REFERENCE is 2 iveiiher S. 1853. 44 Carriage \iinlcr and Trimmer, line of business. A full at"rtn.ini oIh't'IrooSheet ,- Cure-alls
notieoa will be until ibe fee i is EASV an-1 DETECTION L ad ; Lead Pipes; SheetZino;.Cistern Pumps, but
I cot given advertising g simply for
Carriages, Buggies, from New York, the undersigned! 5< prepared to do aud I a great many other articles too numerous tonitt'lOD. *-

_ paid. INSTANTANEOUS; For Sale by P. B, Brokaw. this kind of work aa well and in (the latest style, as itca.i what their

:5 r No Index t> examine No pads to br.nt QD be done at the North. TO BUILDERS. name purports
r K Suhocribcr has just received a who have this kind of work to do. and
tip 1 But so simplified and arranged that the GO v'c All those and Tin Conducting
BLACKSMITHING Tin Guttering Copper
large supply of Cnrrisses. with done in that will not fail to
Merchant, Banker and Business ilt-n can sell al W very it a manner give do in the meet
tc. all of which he promises to
-I, and Harnr6, wh'ch} he olfcrsfori.ile Pipes ,
t Glance. 50j satisfaction, w( i M do well to call
milE firm of BROKAW & fii the most reasonable tc-mis. onWM.. KUIINS.t wurk-mnn-like msrner and style, and of the beet material The VERMIFUGE for

__________ J._ FITT3 having been diesol-j j It has taken yeai 9 to make perfect this O November 18, 1354. 46 May 2, '57 13 on fhortrst notice and"most reasonable terms iabnMnens ,
_ vet, the ui1erigne i n-itiSes his t Having been engaged for the last eight years expelling Worms
-- old customer:! an 1 the pu\ic\ [ gi-u *rally! that e ha? : GREAT DISCOVERY. MILES NASH S COT Piano Fortes.WE nt this place he thinks It onnecevnry to recommend from i

__ rand Tirr.ingement" with D. iX. \Ylsoi! by which he j The urgent necessity fur such n woi k has long M Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Ate.TUST himself' any further to the public a* regards time he the human has
under lie : are prepared to farnbh Piano his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same system
- takes the sh >p formerly occupied bybiui, been felt by Commercial men. It has been pub- ,
received from New York per bark R. H. Gam- Fortes, of the best all that favor him with a call, good work and
Srin I lisbed to supply the call for such a Preventive, w I very quality, assures also
tWe.. eeuernl assortment of articles in our line, Jjeen administered j
ofH. n U rhn the most liberal ternic. cheap prices.
and needs but to oe known to be
& Co. [ Univcrfally
. B. Fitts Patronized. It does than b.ia been such ns Oil of almost every kind, Burning Flniu, They are eecotid to none in any country cither as Having removed from the old stand formerly know n with
more ever at the
anl I is now prepared.to xccntt all work done in I tempted by men. CST It describes Bank *MI White Lead, Ziuc and other paints, Window Gla s of to quality or price. as While& Slusser, he will be ftttmd at his stand cor most satisfactory
viz I every best qtialiiy, Puttv Brushes. Potash. Soda, Sparkling luatrumeutwill be warranted. where he will be glad to wait
their line of business, : Note in three Different Lvery ncr of 200 foot street,
and 7cO j L.-mgu.-iges, Gelatin", ,London Mustard. French Brandy (very best.) MILES NASIT& CO. on all hi* friends. THOMAS WHITE.Dec. results to various animals
Horse Shoeing, Ironing | ENGLISH, FREXCH AXD GKRMAX. g frr medicinal pcrpcse Spices, Pepper. Lernc'n Syrup, February 23,1856. 8 1,1856. 48

I t pairing Carriages and Bug fl Thus Enchmpy read the same in his own Native Inks. Quinine, Peruvian Baik. Fluid Extract Burhu. ______ subject to Worms.

gict, Plan'atiyn twrk of Tongue. tto.. &t.. a>id n qen.-ral oitment of Popular Patent Olive Oil. T WiLLIAM P SLUSSEBi
TEEMS. 1 he will be about Medic We none but the beet an-.l The
every description, paper 23 by 42 j ncs. kt-ep very SUPERIOR article for Table ue. Jupt re LIVER PILLS for
inches, and will contain the most Perfect Bank *SNot hope to merit your patronage. A E'lL* ,
diU Irons and repairing same, Ironing \\Va- ooivrdbv AMES & LIVELY.
List P Wished. '4. MILES NASH, A CO.
i the
2850. 14 Coj'PKKTlN SlfEKT cure of LIVER
and Carts Aprils. MANLTACTl'Kr.R OF AND COM
gons Together with tile rate of Discount, March 29, lSOCorn 14

-r' and iu fact every other ducriptina cf vrr.rk made of Alo a List of CAll Flower Jars. IRON WVKB, Wiiot-r.'iALn AND RETAIL all

Iron and Steel, all of which we WAERAXT. and pledge t'it Frit-ate Ban\crs in America. and Cob Crusher j LARGE assortment of Flower jars, various Size1' DcALim: ix I'j..MX, FANCY AND JAPANNEOWAKE. PLAINT, BILIOUS DE-

oarielvet to execute at tb* shortest notice. A Compete! Summary i-f the Finance of Europe / 1 RANGER'S putent Corn and C.-b Crusher I .1 V Just received'! and for pale byAMES RANGEMENTS SICK HEAD
H. B. FITT3.Feb. .
$ find America wilt be pub'isht-d in each eliH \JC have taken the Agency for the sale of these su | & LIVELY. Stove II cad-Quart cr!

I 14, IS: 7. I 7 lyNotice. tion,together will all the Important news of the Cdav. pen or Cob Crmhcr unequal it is said to any in j April! 5, lS5f H \ SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor ACHE &C.Purchasers.

Al o H the Co ntry. A t"ck of these Crushers will be on rIj, \. and Wood Stoves trimmed with neatuee. ,
hand early thi* coining Fall. Price* v ry low, con6id India Rubber Belting. f-i --
INTERESTING STORIES 5jand durability, at reduced price will
<>riiii; great saving in feed. ?''J5 ? 5 05 each j ARC E SUPPLY of India Rubber j jXJk. please
I made with HJL From Old found in the East and B.'lting. of Work.Roofing. .
RE I underpinned "* arrangements nn Manuscript for those cizes. Fi ices nniforn throughout) the Out Door
B. Fitts to tike charge of his Blacksmith Sbp no where elf c to be found. It 1m never yet appeared O irfirther particulars call and examine yourselves county j jso j to: Leather. two, three and 73 and four ply warranted l Ja fully equal I Ornamental Front Heads (.inUenn?, Cp. be particular to ask for
cent fnct
cheaper conoid- '
and! band, aid solicits f JT the new firm the patron in print, and furnishes the Most Cfirpkte W p.'r ; Sheet
soon as a stock for a sample arrives. j and Tin Conducting Pipes, Lea-l.Sli.-ct
OOR1EXTAL red hy those who h.ive tried thcv .superior to Loath per
age of bis oil I customers. History D. LADD. er All *.iz! (*, from .1 to i 11 inches wide, constantly Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop w<..rkof C. iMcLane's Celebrated -

: Feb. H. 1857. 7_ ly_ _ LIFE 53 H Newport, July ,r>. 1856.i 27 j on hand by 1). LADD.N every variety done at ehort notice.

500 AGENTS WANTED and described the Mt Perplexhi Po-itions ;n ( wpnr;, Oct. 18. ISSS. .J2 City ami 'Country JScrrhniils VERMIFUGE and
White Pine Lumber.
which the Indies r.ij Gr ''rrr.cn ofihat Countrr,
invited to call before
A HOMESTEAD FOE 810 have been PD ofwn found. Those Stovic wt ilcor.timiA 9 A :If FEHT White Pine Lwmhrr n orte.l, sr.itJ Town Property for Sale. Arc chasing respectfully el"ewherc.3f jrrve ce a pur LIVER PILLS, prepared by

throughout the wh lc Tear, and will 9 \ nblt-! ir Cabinet? ,Makrr S.ali and Blind M.ihore ''F'lIE unJcrtinrd( offi-rs at private dale, the folli.vJL I : N. 15. All articles maniifaclu from the very

I. THIRD DIVISION. prove the Most Entortiaing ever offered to the 4 kern or Joiners \\oik. N..t .itefl CI a 1rt f'r I in;;
$310,000 Worth of Farm and Building Public. < McNAUGHT[ ORMOXI) vt'c'O.Nov. viz: Lots No. ?. ?5. 27, 30,48.( 140. 141. M?, l-j::, le will be offered for sale. tThtut.cI

.. LOTS Z Fursi-hed Weekly to Subscriber or.lr at 8, T.C. -15 I 11J.22C, C'J7. 2,3. 2.'J.2tn! ? 241, 2J2, 243 24.1. 24.1 i October 'O. 185. -12U'incs .

$1 a year. All letter' mr.st: hpn-ldreS'd! to" M 2S. CIS, :250,252; : 25R. 254 236. 2S7L'5SW, all j '- _
- iy TBE OOID uronx or crLirrriK co., VIRGIN, JOHN S. DVE. I I SOLE PROPRIETORS FlttS-
Broker. g 50,000 Havana Segars in the original plan ot the city of Tallaha sre. i Syrups, &c ,
- T"V) be divided amongst 10.200' subscribers; on the Publisher sn-l Proprietor g
p JL 7th of December 1557. Subscriptions cytr 70 AYail trect. New \>ik. O ALL poisons who love to snu-ke gooTl SEOAIJS t -ALSO- : OLD Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, burgh Pa. and take

$10 down; or ?15one half down, the rest on deli very March 21. 1S57 12-lv find th. m together with s-onie choico, Tur- Lot No*. I, C, 31, f,, r, 7, j in 8. County! fjr.A Port, Old! Port Juice, no

kiQil aixl Spatih Pmoking TOBACCO at the DrugStore Madeira, Brandy Cherries, other
of thf Dttn. Every rjbicribr will get a Building L 8 O- as there are various

_ Lot or n Farm. ran.jing% iavalue; fio-a 10 to ? 5.k'. NEW GOODS" of AMES A LIVELY. Lola N.1, 12, 13, 15, Ifi;, ?2. 25, S9, 40 t 49, 61 I Sherry, Sardines, ,
and Lit -ld to irxicceettlements. Nor. C9: 1S56. -18 : Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, other
Th se Farms are -< so cheap (fi'J.iu; the South i County qu'u ter. preparations
2 a sufficient cumber being reserved the The abvo I de'-eiihcd I propfify fonrioilv I ek.nged Flavoring Extracts, Ptars, now

:I increase in the value of which trill compensate for the JOHN PRATOTCIOTJS. A. B. CLARKE to Gov. ln! wu. For fin thtir infurmath and t tnns, Yeast Powders, TamariDth, before the public

:i. apparent low price now a ked. Upwards cf 1SGO which will be liberal apply to A. Pen ry AmnVer, Eiq.. Spanish Olives, Spices! purporting -
: Lois are already' sold, nn-1 n company <.f ettlets. cull MERCHANT TAILOR, Attorney at Law, Tall ihns-.ce.: I Corn Starch, Pickles,
_ TS now receiving hi-s Fall nd Win'er Stock of Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil to be
1 ed Tbe Rappah.ar.nock Pioneer Asoci -a. is now Dealer In Ready Made flothlnff andGeirt1emcns .1 Ocrds, suifabk' for CHARLES P. MANNING. Mustard
mrl will .>on cunmeuce a settlement. Ample Until PuM the above English Caper,
{ forming s property will be f<;r r.-in!. and Liver
I I security will be given f f. r the fnitlifnl performance Fiirnlsblns! Goods. PKllIiy AMAKER. I Claret, Cocoa, Pills. All

and Nearly 45 COO acres of --. --4.- AMES d LIVELY.Januaiy .
4 of contract* promises. in of French aril Cloths Ci'.simcrep February 16,150. 7-tf
cor.'i'tir-p rnrt English ; others in
I. t Ian 1.in different part* of Virginia new at command I an noir receiving my Fall and Winter supVI' and Ytin.cs of nil tMlors, and ofjhe bostqual: I 5,1853. ;I comparison
an J! will be sold to settlers tltlvt at fr.m irll Si in, up a'l to fat's"00 Iffivn. !' of Cloths, Ccssiincrrs. Y"slhtgt, dic.., oj its, which he is pu-purt-d: to manufacture to order ou Cod Liver Oil. ORANGE SPRING i with Dr. McLANE's

F. pr acre qn'9iiomblc tLe most reasoniblc; t jriji5 and in the ino.it 'RESII A PURE of the celebrated "Brands" He are
: Wood cutters capers, firncers, tc., ire Every Color, Style and Quality, MANNER I. giman Chirk & Cut, A Rnchton's.For Male & Female Seminarv.fpHE !
tei, and 500 AGCXTS to obtain subscriber?, toh >m Kile by AMES LIVELY Worthless.
the most liberal induoernents 'nU %be eiven. Some which I am prepared to rnac vp in the rioslfasldc7ia'h 'geth-r whh a gonr al aviilment of Apiilr, 1M6. 14 rilcatrr.n of this tituticn is nt r.e of (he

I k Agents write ;hat they are making ?200 per moith.'i. tlylc. on short nc>!i;c EEADY--MADE CLOTHING JL finest Sulphur Sprirgs in the ountry, arid is un The GENUINE McLane's

For full particulars, Subscription, Agenci-p. < c., ap- Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth surpassed for health. It is easy of access for steam
AND REASONABLE TERMS that will compare f.ivorably with any clock of Cloth I
i1; E.13.TDER.t'r boat itii'l a few hours *lagiLg. and Liver
pvto Vermifuge
Port Ro\cl. Caroline C.. Ya. A L S O ing ever exhibited for s.ile 1:1 this rity, ronsistinif of Rugs. The Principal with the experience <,f twenty years

I Alg3t 15 1S57 A LAHOE AND V.TLL SHLKCTm STOCK OF Fine Blatk Ca ansi Colored and Beaver Cl<.ti! Frock;an-J Fi H-k d(.'uat.P usinrssCo.t A FINE LOT Ilrii ?ts two and three Ply WoolCnrpetin.i. and aided by a i-orp* of emnpeUut -istaats. \v-ill devote Pills can now be had at
Fancy 'uiere &
Al?<), a few pieces Wool( and"Cotton hii! whole tim to the improvement of hi-pupils.

DENTISTRY READY-MADE CLOTHING, -, do., and fine llearlJj Rug* and Diusget, for sale right I The third tession will commence Monday, Jat.uaryI all
Black and colored C.otfc EcaTer ss-i respectable
Pilot Ovt-r-
_ C'ni.tZnz nf every gar.npt itable for winter w >nT, at D.LADL.Newport I 12, 1557. For particulars, nddresi, Drug

DR. T. J. CUR LEE, such a? Cl 'a'-Jh. TaVnn, Cvnvf .Vet, Pants, Ac., tic, Suck Siirt-itita, Oct. IS. 1856. -12 R. ANDERSON, J'uinCip.31.Not Stores
v.I.ich will lie ] of J"\7 Ilagli.i-4 UUtk arvl Fnr-cj-chin and CmsimcrePfi'Tt" ,
5spf"ed at prices.Ala' -. C9, 156. -13
continue iuf/-ur the pr'K-tioe of DEN
i:4: WILL ', Live lot of Plain an-1 F Shiit Coll ,
hS-ath <;e uria, nnl I Mi 11 le au.lEast a ; iry _ j UlderIji1& Cravats. llnerv. &C.. & Be t Orf-niciinc. U.irntlu-n, Satin and Cloth Vest, ,
kA. FWi-li. He In* had everal yea-- practical <-xperieiice I II Tho-e
I in the prfeskn.: tli- !nt three of which has by pivip.g tnr a call .ns all the nb.ivir- j \ (' Z1 ( t' )., nnd vi'iicliois'o) t.e! Hon. Judge of Probate \T E have on hand Five or Six hundred Thousan i iTT PITTSBURGIJ,

been in the s'-ction" of conntry. His work i is ofihe ticlce have len "el ctod witii great rare. and with a J : .r-"in
. most beautiful an-1 durable cliuf said count deceased, nndak eription, which will be delivered in Tull.ih.isie] low.- SCOVILdb JIEAO.

t guarantee! in every instance.Alloiranuisati Octobei I 3. 1 <56. lv-42 i Canto Flannel and Jcnii" Drawer* fvr a discharge from eai-4 exeentrl.ip.ROIIEILT These) wishing Lumber can aJdre.ft us si Ccntrtville.
No. 111. Charters St. New Orleann.
I 'js =:'nt to M.nteeii Fa! will
n. Ext'r.M..r Bills pawed at thort noikv.
-1LSO---- JOHNSON General! 7.Lecsae! agent f-r the Soatttrn State. !I
1 I receive atteafioB a, eoon as previous enagccets -h 11.57. H-i5rn A. R. COMBS A CO.
j41 will peruiit.u GARDEN SEEDS A een ril r.=='>rtir.<.rit nf F.mcy nnd Biackik rind \ Sept. 27. 15- whom ail criers mui>t be addrcrbeJ.
Sold Ames & E. Barnard, Jr.. Mil!
GROWTH OF lt5C.T. S.itin Stficki Tit--" nnrCiav.it"! \ C'olhns. c-'l/.r-'! arid by Lively.
Dr. P P. LEWIS : Nash AC. T.tll.dCe: Fla. J. S. M. D vinnQuificy
:: ul.i t..ll tl-c fi'.t'-nti of fri-"ru] find whie Kill an-1 Silk! (;Jl',vi- Buck! p.fjii Lisle Thread j M--J.; : Hume, Compl't, ) Inli CLane'r.LI ;
REFERENCES : w >-r; < ..., ( 1 lKS notfe* Ift II'K frlviuN and ,. ; Gartic r t Miil*. Newport ; W. T. Caipen
Ii.i '.. I..i (J.uintlets superior Linen. Cambric and pat ; I
I IIo.J. L 9tcui I the public yentn ly oour prci-nt Liirjc nti'Jwtll c. rcMtr-al t he U now in of ter & Cs', WMuktR'inh ; J. d\ ,t ?rpe. Madi.cc
'ICsi.n Leon
> Tbo t',a. sekd .\ewrtrn"nT Jfilk: i li.Hi'll; i ivl.i'Te, B.-'inn: rvtvl F.i'icv C''tton. Li-Ic p J J'i Jofeepii Whitner and county,
P. E. r i-l -J _... -'' !.'. Irxtt-t Dent'stry. Palmer Hox.
; i.opnncrr.cnleiu
Tlir.-ad and] Marino 1 U'>eV, -.-.. dc. CALL AND Evtline Hume, William Hurce "
Y W. S. Dii.wo2.TU, FRESH 1st. The extinction of Ttftb. wiihmit f fl l'.rg-Ts C... Cht.tan-.ehe'! : B-dtttll Hos. I vf or< ; Pt.. GARDEN SEEDS. EUY.Octf.lcr. producing anti Jessie Hume, i"f.int, heirs :.!I-Me! Circuit.of .
W. Z .. -"_ .. .iin. the :1i'I f l ral \II -.Tf on. r'i.riar.iii N'L': !?"'. it Zt.v r, Bainbridge.! Osl
.IACOL. : } ,i ) '.,. l> by : i a application. \\ \> ii i-ts Jts e Hume, docesed.
?. I- .12
j; icc-i r.'p Ir4.I1'4"! !i.nn a i iCoPsoqucntly r
J. 0. McflEI:, .. ., { in -applvin au attil'n-i 1 fr fzii.ir mixture to the l 1). II. Dickusa.: C.uribrIg. ; E. eixasThcmaivi1s
za. will fl 'r IU ilc c4? -r in a wa rii'r T appearing to tire Court by afn-'v! it nf B. F. G.i
: B. C. POPE \ ucli :.. ours. l: '- CV.l: t-urly or e -jil v-iiir onlci', Nails : i I itillv b'-'inmbeit.: 2d. Th- iniined.itf-t'i;!>)1: of > I Whilner, ? that the; "a/J inf.ir.t t'eiVndants' Fclrot-vSl
; GEX. M. WHIT SMTTH. Al iaator; FJa.3f. a Itirjx.iarj St-i, I'll (;i..ta Pcrchn, hich can, be i William 1557. 5-iy
that rr.av s curtbr vaiios: vop di-s-iro.! Eveline Hu .e, Hcmc naIl l Jta".e Ilumf-, reside -
-J I B.-Da. Cra Lit vii b; i. Quincy during tie i you AMES I il \ 1 1s: ; ( f N. 11.5. ir de in ItitIl.I .o-ri -i Comfurt, and! e-tse t-t! tlie C ir.>, are fillv i ipn'pard the of thCnnrt and
; f LIVELY.Jatl. : beyond jurisdiction beyoinl i :t.i-re1y
i latter part cf the preseut wetk '.1 J t-j CA.-H {"UKhitIT at -diK-ed [I'!I<.I. by t f'-r' p. perinuzifiit S.-t tl.ori ;Inserted on .
.' V ,',\ Iv.i7. fl the limits: of this State, bit; within the Ui .e.l States : [
P. (.'. WILSON. that lPTitif'I il.Ti c.iUndcontin'jo'ja! fni which TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,
Apr!. 25, .17. 17 [ )" are !
It. is ordered that siiid -feivi-ne i tt' :iii wer
1 -- ----- May 'J. '",. -1 30 i.ucl'VMii arid a-ir.iiid, for beauty, strength, and appear '> Wholesale and Retail Dealers (
IN HOURS the bill in or before the first Monday in Cc'oser next. e2 nDHUG3
Valuable Plantations &c. I flm9UGIr j8 !pci fi ct eiear.ins.! t otherwise the OmpKunnnt's! Bill shall L t- ken as j AND MEDICINES.
j '
New Books MtiyCll556.l 2 j
i ion
confess! : Prori-led, That this trder be publish--1
FOR SALE. week for four months. Perfumery, Dyestuff*, Surgical Irptrumanta,
iM U'S-I.. ce'r.o l. :. laift; oiii.-nt! -f CS'UMi.Mllaii'M c n immediately precednvj
f--, .t fT y p !'* l5"ka, f"ri"j'iiii-S" '.-is 4ilaiid.tnl Notice I the sai!.l rule day in October, in somentw paptrimbHshed Slices. Snuff, Windows Glass, Paints,
l Executors ot John WhitehcaJ :
.f l-rk! dpcfappd offer : \vI k. I'losc, 1'octry cud Ita .. .. C.MX Mohtli after ti.itt the uiulcrsiirne.l '.t ;111 present r in the City of T.illahaasee. OsN, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
late nt
cr.ut.tv. private
: PECLMBER xraIj"e with i ;ill tlif ri-ri-nt, |iiti'--ati'.ri! : -3 h'n rlnal; aci-onnl! and vouchers as administrator on ; Ordered at Chambers, tLi the twenty first day I Iof and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines.
TucVh.y iu ]
ale until ibe first nozt,
.; : Jitncr'It', and I llil I JrtlhV L' itd States.Mitltv'c the estate of Win. Lfi'on. deceased, late of Leon i May, A. D. 1857.J. Fine Soups, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies;
J the foll ; pfjty viA PhrtHti-n in Burke | Milton and Chattahooch'e, 1 llUtory of the lutti Republic, j'l-t pub- county, and n-k to l It-, dijchanrt-il. j WAYLES BAKER, JuJge. i and Hair Brushes, for .Medicinal,purpoaw
Gut Pond alI 1joiuiusj 1-
eo.Jity. on P. .zv cioek near SYyt-r's I Paint Brushes, Fai Articles.
Julm B Whiu-l ad. :i. P. Green. anItini 1iii'dllioiIi'S. JOHN C. CItENSIIAW. Admt'r. 1av23,57. l-I'n cy
_ ; U. S. Mail Line i Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segars.
.\ Continiiition of the llMtory of Eturp.;, | In Iir1lt of his wife Lic'.NyR\. CIIESSAHW. j
]i. oak and !
ef'ntinlng 17.0( an *, more or hickory hare -cently received and Fussstzppy \
5lh! an-1 filh v tIlJflft'.-. ] March-14"'S7.: : : i i6nNotice : They
f fiesh Noticc.S
there SO1) Laiidrnd .
of which are acres f> of variety of articles
700 of well ;>.i'i-rcd f.:est Land. The Plantation Leaves Millnn AblxiU'-i, and S'-ott'-* \i j,'iloon> IJ-maparte: ; TIIt'ir&Frcieli every nd usually kept by
Tuesday's and al 10 I drurrsts. Planters Physicians will aIwss fine!
Friday's, It'-viiliitim; (Jibbon's; Kotn; Hnmf' and M.io.iiit.V I IX Mouth after date I shall present rry final accounts
i it vi ell iir.jirrn- utid in gOOI l ordtr-ha vim
; a this eiiablibbtnent fall
o'clock,. a., m. Lii< lhiid. ;.rd 1 and 4tli volunuRolliu'e; An j and vonchers to the H >n. Judire ot tre nt a euprly eterytKnj needed
Ire, comm< deceased. To an-1 half Leaver Cha/lahvichef Tuesdays and (,/ /f.day's (lent I I i.trv; TI.ilwiiI' (;rt cc ; .,'' :.- WLI ki ; SIX bate, of Leon county aa executor of the estate of on
ter resilience a milc m- and ) Pti t /r of thf estite i.f James W. Strange, deceased ok deceased late of said and ask Orders from the Country promply0filled and satisfee
l-Vrdiiiand Ji'elIa.If.xjco. John C to
I the jj 'so.tt's : u. : < county
arriral the Ste.amcr
&. ly from Green's Cut Station, on tie Augusta end after of from Philip the 'Jnd nnd Mis<-tllnneouRu.;
Savannah Railroad.: Apalachicola and-the Stng(:frov Titllahas- KurujxIIilaur.; : .-> Hi tiic.il t.'rk ; 'lIe 1 Works of! ; > the .Juilge of Probate of said county and ask to twdischuigcd April 18. '57. 16-5m Phys'ciau's prescription arefully! compounded.

A L S O see, 7-Va., and lialnbriilgc, Ga., l/>ril B.icon, A A well improved PUntction on Lake Jackson, in Life of t Wuhhiiiyt" E. S. SIIEPARD, Adm'r. 5, 185163
) living'
IN OOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! ; Washington. Spaik'a i
Liverv: and Sale Stable
Middle Florida abont four rnilp fiorn Tallalmssce.containinc July 4. 1S37. 27-Gin
r| 'IIIS Line i j13> ij'"w in first late order. The who!** 'II! ftfjil Headlcy's I Wsuhiiivitm ; Chambor's iliaceihtiwous i I _ Sale.
les ofhammr Farm for
lahda Turpentine
17U< ,
) acres more or $
i : .
1- ; Vrritinp in In \i>luiiu-s. library ttyle! ; | undersigned gives no-
t t<>ck Las been renewed, with u :w and mf'>rtiil THE
which i is
_ 1 considerable portion of &ow under good >!e Ilneki. The Drivers are cart-f.il. bcr and nccomrn' Chamber's Cyt-l"pfdi of AniL-tic.-iu Lileiature. in i Notice. that he has pnr FOR Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, to

'I cultivation. ,. d.&ti.n2. A lib.-r. l nllowaucc of baggage allowed volumes! juot i-'diift}. ci>ntiiiiirir nn account of the I .'lx Months after (date the undersigned administrator _ chased the Livery Stable of_ with a small farm and improvements,tnd
-ALSO- V each pau3erger literature of our i-wintry from tn its discovery to the |>repent i of the estate of Lewis M. Saundc-rs, deceased William H Newsom, hi Tallahassee together with the will be sold at n bargain, inquire of

250 acres, more or lesc, of Pine Lno.l,a'jV'ir.in] the day, with a Memoir of tile Authors and extracts: i late of Lt-on county, will made his firm! exhibit to good will of the establishment, and that he ia now JOHN H. HHODE3 or A. P. FULLET.

- Richmond Bath tract, in Richmond ct,urity, wth improvements. AGENTS from their writing Tlie Ivst book of the kind extaut. the Judge of IVulute of said county, and tisk to be prepared to carry on the business in all its branches 'Wakuila. Fa! October 1858. 40

I- : i dichaigol. JOSEPH B. .CHRISTIE, AdiafrAjiil and promises the public with good accommodations
; AL8OA At Milton, JAS. A Cn.irii.f, Kimm'a Brd>T Stories nod RevolntiMiary Ro- IS, V.7- 166mNotice in his line on reasonable terms. Insolvent Estate Notice.

. Lot at Richtn'vnJ B th. with a cornfort.1e rind Octicva, Ala., \V. I). MONHOK.Campbflton ir.AtiCfs in eMs ; Statesman'-* Manual; History of the RICHARD SAUNDER3.
neat ink l Pt >rv I'Thnga'i- ci wetIert uuthoue ..1.V.' Svint: Republic! ; Wcbstefb' and Cnlhoun'd Work's, complete, N. B James T. Herring is my duly authorized COUNTY

known its ihe? Trowbritl <; H-juae and Lot.IfiKit M.irlaiiiia, \\ NicnoLu, in ii volumes. .., agent, and has entire control of the business, representing f
-- prcsi-uily disp >: 'd of. the Burke Plantation ChittahiMK-liee D. Coi.oi.Pascager Blank Books and Stationery, Lett* r. Cap, Lepalanil i IX months ititer date, ibe undersigned will pre me as fully aa if I was p raonallv present. 1T31. H. ANDREWS sheriff and dmitittntMex

will }*' $.'Mit \nvneb.r.*. nrul tfi* Florida Plantation can be taken through with certainty, Account Paper ; Gold and 6tcl Pens with, and ot-ul their accounts and vouchers to the Honor- RICHARD SA'UNDERS.Sep. [ V ex ofEcio, of the estate of Dat id Wcolf.late of

at TuHahassee, at public! outcry on the frt 6ectri'c.. and with ccmfurt. without handU-n: ; I'nvlope-, f. ucy and plain ; Viiit- j Judge of Pr-'bute for the county of Gadsdcn and 6,1553 36 Jefferson coun'y. deceased, has filed in the Probate
I flEO. D. FISHER, ask for final settlement ail fiom the ad- office of JtSFeTSiui thai
: Tuesday in December next. T *nns liberal }'tr intf and Playiiv; Cards: ; Ledgers Journal, Dayj j a discharge county a written suggestion
further iiifonnati..n, npply to JOHN R ,WHITEHEAD I It Proprietor and Contractor.M Books Reedr.l4 i anti: Pa s-Bookn, 1tnd cver\ article muutratngi <>f the estate of Conirliu? English, late of Notice.SIX be believes the estate of David Woolfe to be insolvent.

1)erfl.tiIy. $t Bsih. or by letter: addieeJI y ?, 7. 13-tf ueunllv found iu our buJCM.Nov. said county deceased, accordiug to aw. Thereupon notice is given to all persons havicg
Berzelia. ColumbiM 15. 4C McDOUGALL & HOBBY. JOHN G. SMITH. J months after date, I shall present my final ac- j claims against Enid estate to appear and fieths I same
I to him at THOMAS :.!. BERRIEN.county. 1 Jane R. Wilon, Center L. flauh-) WM. 11. G UNN. [ Adi'r.| dbcis DCD- nnd vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or before

JOHN R. WIIITEHF.AD I ton and Lucy N. Hautchton, hiavife Mullet. S July 4, 1857. 27-6m lor Jefferson county, ns admini tiator of the estate of the 12th day of December next, when tberu will

CHARLES W. V.'EST. ? Ext'is. \Vi'.ii.uiVii'ii.. arid Ayes] B. Lord, late of said county deceased, and ask be a p-o-rata distribution cf the funds belonging to

THOMAS W. NEALY 3 Cornelia M. Wilson by William BILS.! MULLET, for sale at a reduced price Attachment.Edward for a discharge from said administratorship. said estate amongst the creditors thereof: at which
31tdsNotice. \v. Wilson, her next liicod, 1 ') by D.C.WILSON. WM. R. LORD, Adrnfr. time the said Wif-inm; H. Andrews will apply fcr his
Atgvt 22, 181)7. ) vs. Barnard, Jr., ) Injustice Court, for the April 11.57.1 15 6m
: May 28, 57. 21Notice final discharge from the administration of said estato.
: Secom! Dibti ict of Leon Co..
John McDongall.! Executor r.f\VilIn Chancery-lu vs. > THOMAS J. CHACE.
t 4hm Wilson deceased, Williim the Circuit Court i Nathaniel White. ) Attachment f'.r22 38.100 Notice.ALL Judge of ProbaU.

W. Dutton. Leander G. Bull and ( Middle Circuit of rl ME defendant and all others interested, are hero- 109m
March IT.
WILL M-1I of the best Pine Lan-1 places ;inCilumLia demands the of 7.6
I one Julia A. Ball, 1m vife, Florida, Leon Co. r lIE undersigned. Executor, of the last Will art] JL by notified of the commencement of this suit, persons having against estate -
mixed with oak and hickory, M. late of deceased
Townsend. Leon
county, M anger-and M.iry D. Muuer.his -L testament of William Goimun. deceased, late of returnable to a Justice's Court U be held Tallahas county Saws.
io. containing 40u acics, uith good and sufriciei.t title will tako notice that them Circular
they must i io
wife Naomi VV. DntU-n present
a Gadsden county, jives notice to all persons having see. 12th day of October, A. D. 1867, anti to appear
to be eaiie. This l.-tn l i bnfcJ on marl and clay, minor. William Henry McAliiter.Ro'etLiEliz.ibethilcAlister- claims or demmu! against said estate to and to the same. > the undersigned duly authenticated within the time i 4 GRIFFITH'S and HOE t COTS
and is excellent for Lon Stiplc Cotton, Corn, etc, a present jjlc-ad law this notice will be in bar WELCH
I ? them, properly authenticated, within the time proscribed Given under my hand and seal this .24th day of prescribed by or plead from 42 to 04 inches lize. con
handsome !settlement dwelling hou"e nod oecesB-iry Laura K. McAIister.! minor l of their recovery ; and all person indebted to said stantly for sale at a "coxmis ion on manufacturer'
a by lawpr they will he barred ; and all tho c July, A. D. 1857. .,*
out-houff and constant water. I have seventeen r notified immediate payj j
and Adelia Bt-rlh.1 Wilson. indebted estate are hereby to prices by D, LADD.
. are rcqueuted to make parment immediate EDWARD iL WEST, [L. B.] -
acre* in cotton which; I will let with the if thereof to the undersigned.LTMAN.
go place appearing to the-Com by affidavit made and ly. ROBERT GORMAN, Ezt'r.August Justice of the Peace. meat Newport, December 2O. 1858. fil
reqni'H. two hundred acres of lend the timber ha* IT SMITH, Admt'r.August .
filed in this cause, that all the above named de- 15, 1867. 33-Sw July 25,1867. 80-Sm
been kille-! on about two ye irs. logs en* aud heaped, fendantc, except Join JIcDoUijall reside beyond the 29 1853. 86-8w Burning Fluid
and 20,000 rails split t same.place jurisdiction of this Court and beyond the limits of 4 NoticeA i SUPERIOU QliriHTY.just ressfed and,
is a large body of'good hammock .
aiijoininjr OF 1
land that L,4I vod term this State, but within the United) States ; It in ordered, LL persons having demands against estate Notice.ALL r site by AMES &: LIVELY

wishing infonnaUou can bought will on plesed% addrers tne Any at per Tuste in That said defendants William W. Dutton, Lennder SIX weeks from date the undersigned will apply to of Jackson J.Smith,deceased, late of Leon county < persons having claims or demands of what .1. 'i.i- 31 1857. __
G. Bill and Julia A. Ball, his wife, Munsjfran Probate Court of Leon county, for letters of
Poet office Colombia E. Flo. arc hereby notified to present them, properly authenticated nature against the estate of Roderick K. jU
miggee county.C. H. W. COLLINS. Mirv I 1). Hunger, his wife, Naomi W. Dutton a administration, upon the estate of Charles' D. McCoy, to the undersigned administrator, within Shaw, deceased late Gadsden county. Fla.. are notified ii.i.vu oii.M, A.lunuistrator of

:: 1857. S4-9w minor, William Henry McAIister, Rosetta Elizabeth late of Leon county. WM. 0. LESTER.$ the time prescribedby law or they will be barred; to present them to the undersigr arlmimetrn- W. C. Miller deceased,and io hi*
August McAlister. Laura E. McAIister, a minor, and Adelia August 8, 1857. 32-6w and all those indebted arc requested to make payment tor of said estate, within the time prescribed by law.or own right and in right 'fhia wife.

__j Bertha Wilson, appear nnd auewur the Bill filed! in immediately. .JOHNCASON, Adin r. this notice will be p'ead ia bar thereof; and those a
Notice; this causa on or before the first M.'ndoy in December Attachment.Thomas July 18,1857.; 29-8w w ** 4Notice. .indebted to'said estate are requested to make payment Miller,deceawd. Chancery Circuit '
Ia Madison
next; othehviio, the complainants' hfll shall he taken immediately. tt.

FOUR weeks from date. shall apply to the Hon aa confenoed: Provided, That this order be published White ) In Justices Court, for the S&c- *'/**? THOMAS R. SMITH, Admt'r. John L. Miller. Administrator of Conrt.

of Probate Jefferson county, for leave once a week f<*r four months preceding the said Rule I'S. > ond District of Leon County, July 25, 1857. S0-8w Elizabeth Miller, deceased, Alexander
1 to f ell the followin di cribd Lands belonging to Day in December, in some newspaper.?published in Nathaniel White. ) Debt $21 24 SIX M.ntba after date, the undersigned adminis -, .- 5 P, Millen Thomas J.

lbs et*>p oft-WiHiaia Gormtn. .deceased, lying In the City of Tallahassee. nnHE defendant unit all others are hereby notified of the estate of Mary A.Bezean, deceased Ladies' Dress Goods.r Miller. Elizabeth C. Milllir and

said csnhty, lo'xnt; The W | of S W J of ec24, the Ordered at CUAUBCUS, this seventeenth'dnr of July, J. 'of the'commencement of this suit returnable to a late of Leon eountyw1 present his final accounts and .4 "' w1i: J..Miler. ,i|. ._, .
- S E 4 of S E j'ifsre 33. the S W f of S E 4 of seeI A. D.. 1867. 'f. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Juftice'n Court, to be held ,it Tallahassee on the 12th vouchers to the Honorable Judge of ProbaU *of laid SWISS MUSLINS, plain and figured, v IT nnaog-tlIthe ,*UfactioBoftbtOovt; tbtIa

83, th S. W-4 of tts 38. the 8 E'+ oTS E fottec 32, July 1 8, 1857: *" 4ni day of October, A. D. 1857, and to appear and plead counly, and ask to be discharged. ,. ".*, checked 1AIandIlr I\fil1errTbouias J.M ilks'EliZabeth

_ aiim In Towcfbip; RarE 4, Jff'Jk E; .Also. tho E iof to the same. THQMAS" PERKINS, Adrnt'r.July25,1867. Linen Lawn. nsYtencb Prints, eto.. QMihleia&EWtn.J. Miller}: tt e-rssideute of the

J N E i. f MB 5. tbe E i fSW4vfNEofsec Given under ray hand and ml this 24tb day of 30-Cm *. Landing from Sampsoo tqd for sale byMCNA1YGaTAQRMOND .StaU of Florida: -" ."Sr.

ofNW. 4 ot.rc4th E 4ofN W Notice, July, A.. D. 1857. i, CO. It iitherefora. ordr
of MC 4. thV W i of N.E J of Section 4, all hiT 1, FOUR w.ek after date, I shall! ipply.to the,Hon EDWARD, M. WEST, [u s.] Veriuff i*ges.t mp April I86t. : 4b to and w w plead or salt aaid BIl.oo or before

Jl4,8 A E; and the whole coLtMnlng 660ao>es of Probji Je pf JefRrioD'eonntyf for an order .- Justice of the Peafre., f (\ DOZEN Fahnestocki.Y.wiaifugeJJ ., I _- -_ the fin.V'MoodtK htb. N"T n>l> i'vnexl: otJier1**

aor(or lets. Also so much of the''J oFU""Wof j and decree for leave to tell LandlWarranU,' No. *;July 85,1867. 80-8ni \ 48 ": MeLaneti.88v. ". -. ; .-,4 ,Notice.QIXMonta BttIhafl-b tbZ Mq.

I 8TI,8R; 4, E. as lies Weit of the: road 5.46Ior16OAcrei granted and issued i to Thomas J.- : ." JajneiTonia "*.' .*'. ) after'dati tbjUndersf1f1ddiflhtT' And it1 furth>r"bdereCTbi, a wpt ojf tbu i order -

kadtog from fonUcello Nnrport, eooUiobg about flatten, late of aid county deecaied, .to be sold for India Rubber 24 Ptrry't Dead Shot for-Wonaf, O:trix of the estate f Charier a 8Wey'deced, be poblabwllaXiwiPf pap f prbUd fa T n a* 1 1jjsjjBjjjjjjjji
10 Atrtt moiaov Ittt. the payment of,th debt nf said deceased and /ordiitribntion. Pacing.FNDIA 34 ." .StrongsVeriiifugeowd.r. ;lat. of Oadgdinr county,Vill j.sent her final acconnt e .riorl'la, \ MkJbVfonrJJ'! U PM *

Said lds,. to>e old for divieinn. .. ." .''Wif.'H:ANDREWS, [ Rubber Packing, Mull tbickneuea. frnm 3 8otooin, Worm 8*.d Oil. 4
.. ROBERT GORMAN. ExtV. Sbwiff and Admt'r., cx'officio. 1 18 to i Inch, constantly on hand at D. LADD. AMES A LIVELY: dsebarged. !dARYD.0. 8IBLET, dmt';.

.Ic 'U : U-4w August 29. J85. 36 Nswport, Got. 18, 1850. 42 April 11 '67 If. 'YM 2O"h. l 25 6m' i

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