The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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September 19, 1856
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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( (( Wnttmfor the Floridian.d Jclt nal. 'tis neily': eight months before- can be admitted l may be possessed of some little eccentricity I ing my curiosity by mi impection.of the Causes of &the ia1aevou..

professional arbs. The Estrangement to the practice of my profession." character still he i h a most devoted Mend Stores and public buildings. You will accompany T&o New York Journal 1 of Cornriivp':

=" -;-___ == :-=-- CHAPTER III Oh, Augustus, be not so impatient-the and delightful companion." i rii': .." probably Well informed on the subJei : ,

time will soon roll around and now you are Engaged to your sister ?well he is a luck- I was proceeding lo the, ,Hotel for the tribute the Indian revolt to modern! IDh1g01,'
MILES HASH & CQ. conversed Alice Langsdalo left their to future themselves, ahvnys with me." At this moment Travers I ly fellow to have succeeded in captivating tho I purpo of writing a letter Lut"co and in nn exposition on the subject makes a- ,

. D C A.R. S lof with that together upon of pros. passed on the opposite side of the street and affections of so resplendent nnd fascinating Oh then I will not insist upon your Accompanying very fair showing to substantial that potion }-

pects degree complacency and bowed politely to A.uguslus.'hlJ is lie, nn angel as she is." A slight change o'er- me, in fact I have nothing to do, ns follows ..
DRUGS, l fg& PAINTS, certainty which ever exists in the ihiiid! thatis Augustus I" asked Alice. shadowed the brow Travors, but 'twas Instantly i!o will return and talk to your mother and THe! belief coems to bo gatnfn" gromi? ', ,

18 OILS untutored to sorrow. lIe at length arose Well, Alice, I have formed a very poor .recalled! ho was a wily fellow nnd Alice." in well informed, circles England that the

MEDICINES, and departed.his homeward Ho had before not proceeded he far opinion of him. Xour biother introducedhim knew hiltwell how to look, and how to appreciate They proceeded to the Hotel. St. Julian revolt in Bengal- was instigated by [tbo Mohammedan .'

WOULD inform their) friends and tbe publiclha upon Julian viiiicrs.S. v-ay; nitt. St. to me just nowas his friend Mr. Trav the looks of others ho saw that his went to his apartment whilo Augustus repaired intrigue; and that the story of ha'

: on hand a good assortment ofsucnrliclf ers from our State. I have endeavned to change of countenance had been noticed by to (the parlor of Mrs. Villiers and seat. cartridges was .1 cunningly-devised schemeto

? as are generally kepi in their line o(busineekan Oh, Gus, just from homo", I hflpe you advise St. Julian! against forming any intimacy Julian, and ho intended it to bo so ; bet at ing himself by Alice said, excite the fanatical prejudices of .tlut1' "
fresh The
l will'shall be be receiving reasonable.regularly supplies. have" passed n pleasant evening. I with him, but ho thinks that I judge length proposed that: they should proceed tot Well lady fair do you not find it tiresome cast.i (TliafcmTn) aiiTrtffrrTTiTiiftTij'fnnirin a p'g.
Yes Julian! the I
term of life
Tallahassee. Aptil Plli 1853' 14. I happiest In) for hastily." Restauiant and refie&h. After partaking: in this. roonx.wilJi D:tltiOg' to doM know the only class with:arms in their hands nd 4

my dear fellow have become acquaintedwith Ii is strange that I too should dislike his of sorne sli&hUaod, he ln'itedViHfNsto accompany -' Mrs.: Villiers that you arc out of your cle capable making a stand to forsake their

Dr Miles H. Nash, I Ito "tho fact that I am to be your brother-in- appearance Although'handsome' stilt his him to tho second floor of the building I ment." colors to effect a temporaryjunction fatxvver/'

: orrr.ER HIS I'aOFESSIONALSEWVICESTO THE CITIZENS or la w. eye expresses vicious propensities." "* and! for the first time in his life was "Ye* Augustus, and I wish it were time tho Mohammedans' and Hindoos, tbe avowed 1

TALLAHASSEE AXDSrEROrNDJJ.GCOUjaET._ The devil you 11'cWh! dear Gus, .'Jisl'an says .he is from our State, but I Villiers ushered into one of those hellish dens I for us to return home." object of which is to break tho yoke of the' _
Dr. M. Nash/immediately cast of the you will pardon me and not consider me ar- of which New York think it would bo advisable to shortenour
abounds .
OFFICE-with don't.mako it a practice to become intimate ini'111itwith foreigner, while the real object is to restore ,
19 1855. 20 icgant when I asset t that you are a, lucky uiib oveiy man I meet, and especially in New and in I the hands too cf a consummate trickster stay at thia city and proceed at once to tho ancient dominion of the Mogul Craperor:'
May ffllow to be able to win of inch
a gill ster- Ycrk. 1-fehould be very cautious as to what and accomplished' gambler. "i'liers I Saratoga. I am beginning to experience a Apart from the mutiny nf the soldiers and tho'

MEDICAL NOTICE. i ling worth. She is my sister, Gu, but she acquaintances: I did make. Julian is too have you ever engaged in a game of" Brag I great degree of ctttui and must acknowledgethat : excesses of which lel.werc guilty, there.ha*"

-0- is such a"sister as any man might; be justly II open, to' generous, and every person that or houge-el-Xoir /" i the frivolities of New York are not suit been no act of the Hindoos which Indicatesany

Drs Robertson & Bond I IH' proud" of. claims Carolina' as his home i is received! by No Travcrs I hnvo never played cards : ed to my tnstc. I wish you would make up settled purpose ,so far as they are"con.
I of that Julian and i U ihall be
j am aware i him with OJK-I. arms. It is calculated! to hurt I except in social circles, some innocent gitme, your mi>d t to start t'-rnorrow." cerned ; while.the only really revolutionaryacts

my highest Jim: to minister to her happiness I your brother, nnd if you have any influence with nothing at stake, but' this appears tome II \Vell Augustus I am so anxious to return I that have been-committed denote. an at..

ueo< of ra1laret and "surrounding country. and! comfort. I have mver before spoken to with him do exert it, for I fear that Travels, to ba a regular! business with.these persons." i home that I will raise no objections. tempt to testoro the Mogul dynasty, In the

:17 4,! Oflicc. o\cr the Store lately occupied by Bet you on tho subject but my dear friend the i will endeavor to cnsnaie him." Oh no, only a delightful way for R gen- i AnJ 1 Alice what do yon say dearest to person of the King of Delhi, and avenge the"
28.; .57 9 If instant I saw \ou lovtlv ter, my hem I' Yes Augustus, I will i ica-on with broth: t'cman! to pass a morning. Why Vil'icrs my j our leading to-morrow for Saratoga ?" wrongs of.the King of Oude and oCher Mos .

whispered i'i audible accents that my" future I' eIII: never considers consequences but dear friend you have not as yet commencedyour j "lam I perfectly dightedngnslus with I lem piincc whose territory has been annexed

Hf AlfN{ A R D7J r. happiness" dpf-i-ned upon her eutii clv. I nets from impulse, r.nd has frequently! committed existence, there is more pleasure and the proposition, and woud: be gratified if WP by the British GO\'crl1l.npnt. Next to Delhi,
WfH, I it be for the host. I "
WILL CONTINUE THE I hope may I very sad: enoisAt! t this moment) a fascination in an innocent game of Cards, were to leave to-day.:' the ancient seat pf the Mognl- Empire tho
am free to acknowledge that I would have I servant appeared}; null notified the party that .I than yon can imagine, and you must gradually I Augustus?," sail: I :Mrs. VilFers Julinn H rallying point of tho rabcs! is Lucknow, the

. DRUG : MEDICINE BUSINESSAT I prcf.-rred you, the early fiiend of my youth, 1 I a carr lgo.was awaiting them below. After emerge fiom your unsophisticated! torpor I the only one to be consulted and Ijthink that I capital of OuJe, the most recently artriexed
THE OLD SIOS 3 to one t-lse, but<: dOUbtless want to |
: any you and take that ho Have
I the necessary preparations: a tat) was made position in the world of i can l"ZsiIybe persuaded. you seen Mohammedan territory. Tbo time cboseti
: I go home and dream o'or"the past. Farewell, and after a delightful! I ride, the party returned: pleasure! fashion and enjoyment to which I him inca breakfast': {" for this attempted restoration of Mesleov:

OF TItn it MORTAR, Gus; -happiness to you. I to he Hotel. Soon after supper, St. Julian I your noMe birth; parentage and wealth entitle y Madam he c.imo in with me just now rule is tho hundredth anniversary( CUvoY

Good-night, Julian, -to-morrow I will i i: enteicd his mothei's pailor accompanied by 3 on. You cannot Villiers appreciate what I nnd ho has gonetr, h's room 'to pen a letter I great victory at Pl.issy; and if-theso lea fiag
orne:of Clinton an-1 Monroe sht!@,Tal1alI8IEee. I seo Th'filends; Yes I Traverp who was introduced tr> the ladies.I.angsdalo .- call pleasure because you have never experienced Apropos, 1 uo believe that he is engaged to facts arc viewed in connection.with the tra.-
parted. they tine
January 19, 1856. SCoPartnership wero met him with that cold reserve the intoxicating delight which is en Kato Harrington for whom CliO would he dilion, which is said to prevail in Beogal/
ftiends. time that had
.--- -- '- they en. which his opinion of Travers inspired.Travers .- gendered by my style of living, but once embark sit down to write toP that the Kcorcpanie Sahib shall reign ('cdo.

" Notice. tered College up to their graduation, they seated himself by the side of Alice into these new scenes, throw aside tho He has never said anything to me," replied I hundred years, anti then bo overthrown, and:

TilE 1JIcrLine1 have this day entered into a co- had slt-pt in one room, and had deposited all and entered! into conversation with her, in unnecessary compunctions of conscience M re. Villiers, "but ho is an eccentric i with the mysterious distribution of cakes and

:p in tboWHOLESALE their sectets in each others bosom. Tiuly which Langsdale only jon; d when consulted which is a mere abstraction something I fellow a*, best and you cannot extract any I lotus flowers among tho villagers and the na,
& RETAIL j il l'uhhip is one of the gieatrst blessings the! ideal not actual. J thing fiom him either by tact or persuasion,
| as to Iris ophicn!) by Alice. It WI\.3 tiresome : say disengage yourself tive soldiers, and the suspected complicity df -
DB.BUSIJSfESS, i if Almighty has bequeathed to man, and; how j I evening to Langsdale to" be compelled to sit from all of these unnecessary and whinisical I he is very guarded in his language." Mrs. the dethroned King of Onde and his Minister,'

I unitT tLc tmine and style ofAMES much to be prized is a true, disinterested, i and liaien: to the conversation of a man (or.. restraints, and my life for it, you will enjoy Villiers arose and left the room and the as well as that of other Mohammedan princes,

& LIVELY.gTltrV I Iit unwavering friendship friend in whom w<' whom he had! formed so decided an aversion. such happiness as never before entered your two young people full of their prospects, began and Mussulman conspiracy at ,Calcutta' -

can confide. When the heart is bur.lenedith 'I And yet withal Travels was intelligent, almost mind. l tTxcuse me dear Villiers, for speaking to discuss their future. BUt we will and Allahabaditdoes not appear a violent

will be pleased to !se
it at the.ld fttindof! D.II Ame!, I to have a true? unflinching friend into \\hoa(' i I character! wys; sometimes appaient: slang I I \vann disinterested i and devoted friendship for next chapter. dana are the chief instigators of the revolt;

t1Jt.y will k.-.:\ a full nid renoial I ear we can pour the st Ty of our sorrow, and I expressions. He wcs emphatically a 'ruin ) ou, and wish to prove my fiiendship, by endeavoring TO BE CONTINUED.Varieties. although tho: Hindoo soldiery have been. tho

.:_.ofAiXcIebapptrt.inirstotheir? i iu \\ hI' cm fctl I in rEturn aid: oilVr ron'l.itionto who had reaped information from an intimatetssociatii.'ti ) to tnitii-tcr to your G'1'a'i {ltial1 -- I most prominent actors in ii."
D. II-Altis,
ofbu.. .-'U i whoso} hoait beats with lor I
us, sympathy I Illd pleasure.I .
M. LI7ELY.Jinaary .- I I with nil rla s's. He arose to [
1,18r.5. 1 i our rnihip3 and is ever willing to adusc( a I doprut! t, and expressing the immense d'greo I I appreciate your motives Travsrs, and I Brandy Made from Sorgba-A BaKKe-

"-- I I.A. remedy. for CH'r disappointment ; and agjiiiiwhen of jiic1! -um 0 he had experienced in being also your generous friendship and t'steeur, GREAT I "E-TlO'i.-A Yankee doun in i lion to Farmers.

J'j'HliLLOYD we arc o'crpowreditl> .joy, to go to I! thrown i into such pleasant! : communication but i.i on- point of your remarks, I must; differ Maine has invented a machine which! besides To the Editors of As Evening Post : ..

"C"ti.CJI3.CCr I that friend in tin1 dthrium of bliss, unfuid t t., | with tli" ifcd( of iii ; own f-tt,te. he bowed essentially from you amid ti; this that conscience hoeing p.ta oesj driving tho cows to pastures, Knowing that t take (luterest iJ "
him: ail tht pietuuot'hnppiijo's: which imag- is abstraction i ideal arid tells the exact II yoa great
gracefully and left the a incr' : : thing curing consumption, ages
I accompa- all that relates to :the .... _
instion: : in its iIiiii'itiUv: scope may p .inr, I med 1\' Yiliicrb.I not reaL! Now I con ilt-r that a man }bcrelt l' of Adam-iuid-Eve at tho-lhno tl..y 'leceived *agricultural. prosperittufs .
"" -- -r F'u'ur'very good
!MERCHANT,! I and! have him rnigraluae: !< our good fojtmic, I W. 11. Mrs. Yiliierp, what do you nn l of cnnst.'iai'CO tel be sw k sotw in the scale r flOflt... to- quit Lcen.- 1 brandy, made 3-r from the syrup of the new so-

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.B. exult! .in. our tCf-'S', and in fine rejoice: asro Alice !iMi r-I\ Jiifiittra fnVr.d: {?' asked' Lngs-:: ot in-ral: lYgradat'cn! as to incapable of I ScILcIFIc.Julio: can you tell me the I gar plant, the Soigho, or Chinese. Slight
I \ : -s-icli I was *!.II' fri'ii'Iship I ; [ oxUfingbetw II ever rcgtiriig: U.ct tan lillb Li*, tanner
'.1c'1l"'j1. -Jv fl'jlI d il-' it'soon as they: had left (.lie :room. I difference! between attraction of gravitation I Cane. It costs but 30 cents per gallon to'poduce
-' --- .--- -- I i iI ,e!i Lan r-dalp and! Yilli-ji \n ci'fi.m-' Why, Augustus' 1 thiiik iii n a very wt-li purity. 1 have however constuid! your remark I and! attraction of cohesion V Yes, sir. Attraction : and is worth in the market from
H BEREY ptanoes had ovor occunvd to the broth- 'I ii: the manner in \\hich I am: assured
If i i'lfnrniC'1t'fIIJi! The olllohi'ctiJtl I of drunken 2
man. JI gravitation pulls a man I 81 to per gallon, according to quality
ConiiniszlonMERCHANT. j is:i ly ir-gaid I that exi-'ed bi't\ve"ii thorn-their lie Las fiiun his intended, I tJ it yu \i ihietl Ir.l'"
f i Auctioneer and I that I ('n'; ee is that association you convey I to the ground, and the attraction of cohesion .
|'J thoughts! were oiu. their rl! *\If'B one, their I with society. in its dill r-nt phases .icquired "E usc me for intc.uptiiig; y.u my dear I prevents his getting up ag:. n." I There are this year planted in the United I
I happiness one. But Weill crave the judo! cau-less! method of which friciid! bat 1 tia not mean that luau must cast I
c\piession States
a over 100,000 of the
I rLLitL-E!:. F.U; ,,Sept.2?. 1855. ..t. I j gciice of the reader for this digression and :it timvi \\'o'll/lllut bo altogether pleasing to abide those !high i and lofty qualification* with CVRIOCS MODI I : INTRODUCING LIQUOK. I which will yield acres on an Chinesecane 3Qd
i resume our narative. St. Julian, bid! pTsrunj which tho Almighty has in his unbruned bene- -Tha Tartars pull a man by the ear when average
fati ious
S. S. KNIGHT I j i d"d Lnngscl.Oe! tho family on a .: > eaiIJtIl. to endow him and do not t tI they want him to drink! and keep pulling until gallons to the acre of syrup, good for tabiJuse
accompany : r, I (Ii-ikp! his veiy looks and nan : voleiice4 5t.'CIII'fIIlN( : and the experiment is now being tested
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT I ITLT..UI j i their! summer tour, and t the party were all anticipating nt-'s. lie is IJrt'sunainlil1: and foppish, I infer that I wonld wish mail to repudiate ev- he opens his mouth, when they pour down i whether it will make availablo crystalized

a Mighiful time. The day for I have conceived cry honorable feeling, every di.-infpresli-d! af- tho liquor. We know some folks whose
ViSlin, JLOniDA.S and !
I already ( an inexpresMbio sugar or not. hope that there will be dn exhibition
their departure length' arrived, and having fection, for such is not the case. I conceive ears would not require much pulling. .
of and dislike for him.
rptcnrfK-i 1, 655, 05 I degree coi.tempt; at the agricultural fair at Louisville
-'-- .---- -- .- "--- II| all things prepared, were soon care.Ming .Mrs. Yillitrs," relnal ked Auguslus, I a conscience seared and tailored to be [past HUMAN LOVE.! -Love one human being Kentucky several samples of the

: irGIJ .\. CORLEIT, --I o'er the mighty deep." dis-liked: him frum the moment I laid eyes recovery, but what I intended t.. convey was rurey! and you will love all. The heart in The manufacture of spirits from Sorghocane. the

f'. Attorney at Law, I They arrived safely nt New York, visited. upon him, and I am fearful that he :already, I tljis! ; you i"r; instance stickle upon little points this heaven, like tho wandering sun, sees sorgho may now be carried on by oar far

1 places of lfnUsen1'lIt; ::111'.1 were enjoying themselves ;possesses a tremendous influence over St. I which are laid down by moralists as essential nothing from the dewdrop to the ocean, buta mers in the winter when there is

TALT.AUASSKP, FLA. I find... ThercIS i Tenth-maii h().:r. Ju'ian.' I have warned him against too closean I to man's hiippiuo, and therefore by imbibing mirror which it warms and fills.VISDOM'S other occupation for season them, at the rate of no a!
17, 1S57. 3-11 ding at the"8:1mi l.nteliib thc-m from South their views without allowing
January intimacy with! Travcrs, because he poss your \ PROPERTIES. The chiefrst gallon ofproofspitit for eaobgallon of let-
Carolina. His name \\as LjciaiTravers: oft mind to reason (tho subject, I
FSCS every requisite for a !low gambler. In upon properties of wisdom are to be mindful of I mented syrup. This will find a ready sais!
F. prepossesiiug.ppeaiance; and polishedaddress. revolt at the baro idea} of Jonnat.1
Benj. very all of my travelling and experience I have urally things past, careful of things present, and at the rectifiers, who will turn it into alcohbl
I Two three had and Now
01 days rtcd, article of the code.
j jJir.'h; < 'rJp MWt noticed that thegamblors have a set of phrases Single provident for things to come. for camphene and other purptiaes. The quantity
il LL I he and ist. Julian became nrqut utl'll. Anuustujs means are deprived exercising
ucd thrmsselvcs alone and Travers you your
I by appears of alcohol now used for ilIu
:. D : met them together upon the feUn? of I be in full of the of judgement, and bow in S'ibmissioii to" unnecessary LITERAL bTERPRETATION.Ma," said purposes ,pf
to possession lingo mination alone to of '
:OUCITDR Li D1Uln'V1U. the hotel. St. Julian with Tiavers imirfl&i-, I fear for JUliUIlnd ; rostructions which if submitted to deprives WilheJmina, I don't think Solomon was so say nothing irnlsbei;

practice of Florida in,thCourt and the F ff deial the Courts.Eastern Cir I I.J atcly approached and Yiilit-rs introduced Mr. the Fee fraternity.that ho will not listen to a vicI'."regretto you pleasures! only to l lie experiencedin rich as they say he was." Why, my dear," and chloroform was beginning, medicinal to have extracts a ,cerioas is enormous effecton ,'.

c 'I'riv"r. Au!usus! took the extended hand Oh it bean idle an uninterrupted intercourse with the said: her astonished ma.H Because he slept
Augustus, may preju.dichastily the of
- ) prico bread the
(OFFICE AT CAIXSVILLK ALACI1tCCSTT. ofFered him, and in a few minutes excused conceived. You should not judgobarshis' woild. Now; the mind while young can bo with his fathers." I think if ho had been destruction owing to wholesale

REFERENCES: himself and went this room here in a short until have of testing easily tutoied and without any difficulty! chase rich he would have had a bed cfbis own." ofthecerealsrequ'ired to produce'
5 you an opportunity it. Now however
we hayo a sab
, CAPT. .T. J. LCCAS. ) '
S. C. time he was joined by Yilliprs. man's merits." away these fallacious, erroneous doctrine, VERY TRUE. Lovers conceal their faults
COL. J. D. AIKE:.. V Chatlcslon, a stitute. which besides supplying and
FRA TnoMi-sox. Did you say Julian that Travcrs was from '* No dear Madam I do not and once hat you do get clear of this idle from another and deceive themselves.- syrup
UH (t ) my : : judge one alcohol, will also yield from the same ,a
Dt. JAVCS S. JOKES. 7'atlafiaste, Via. our State \i" harshly but at the same time I am opposed to prejudice, you will sit and laugh to think Friends confess their faults to one another, large amount of forage and grain for the crop fat
..4 June ;.57. 23 Yes, Gus, and a very clever fellow he i iV in haste which how easily you were persuaded to advocate and them .
forming acquaintances may pardon mutually. tening of stock. Should of subacri .
any your
; -A. PERRY AMAKER, When you know, him "well as I do, you eventually turn out to be of no value..* And false".n views. ,on RUDE IT.-If forty rods make one rood, bers feel curious in the matter rnd desire to;
will like him Hut even now Travers, raise issuesequally
Sl YV Bm1 Y &if LA 1-'J t I cant say very, Julian. that: I like his looks. here afterwards they parted for the night. A day or in repulsive in their You do how many will make one polite 1 If twelve see the sorgho brandy. I will be glad to exhibit
two AlJglI'itus5 standing it and all
sinister in his and that which it i is dozen make one gross, how many will makea answer queries, at my office;
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. He has a expression eye the porch of the Hotel, when St. Julhn andTrovers not give morality place to 11 Old slip, New York.

4. May_ _21._ _1853._ _ _ _20_ _ _ also n gay careless manner which, whether came out arm in arm. Travers entitled. You deal with it as tho offspring grocer ? JOHJT W. REID.
,< EDWARD 31. WEST. natural or acquit,cd, adds to no man in my bowed formally to Augustus, nnd Was re. of some feveredand] distemperedimagination." AN UNANSWERABLE Arp ." .-A father _-_-

.._ I estimation. BeKle3 I dislike his easy and ceived in like manner. lie saw that Langs- And at th.s moment young friend of Trav- holding his little son across his knees and EX-PRESIDENT PERcE.-The Springfield

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, free manner, and that very particular; induces dale did not like him and he therefore kept vers stepped up and asked his attention for a spanking him, the urchin bit him severely on (Mass.) Argus

: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. me to believe that;' he is not a Carolinian, on the reserve. A general conversation; en few moments. "Excuse me a moment \ illi.ers tho leg ; on which tho parent said : You says : ...

April 5. 1S5C. 14 for we are not a people who meet a stranger sued-every loj/ic in a sportman's life was I will renew our conversation direct. young dog, how dare you bite mo I" The Ex-President Pierce since his retirement
from the chief
with a great deal cordiality upon first acquaintance. discussed, and Travers while convci&ing, ly." boy turned his head, and, looking him in the magistrate, has spent a portion

Anderson J. Peeler, I dont like his looks jfrul think touched upon all subjects of this character, Never mind Travers, I will go to the ho. face, said : Father, who began first !I" of his time in Concord, which has b en

and Counsellor at Law less of his foppish appearance.; showing himself to be. fully informed as to tel now, and we will converse again on tho PRETTY GOOD." said fatherto his residence for the nation. The feebly,
Attorney I Charley: a state of Mrs. Pierco's health has
\%Teil Gus will prevented
you never overcome all the ramifications of "pleasure's fickle subject at some futuro period.
his son, while they wero working a saw the Ex.President
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, that foolish prejudice which you have thing" At last Julian remarked, \\'hy, to Certainly! Villiers, but why do 3 ou hurry t mill, what to associnto with determining upon hif
SEW PORT FLORIDA. possessed since I have known It will possesses you residence, although he has,we think, no idea
ever you. Travcrs life far I would judge has friend.- not claim my attention long,
your so my such girls as do ? When I was of of
a you your leaving his native State.
in tbe Court of tbe Middle Circuit is the only feature which mars geneml :' .
. WILL Practice your been one entirely! of pleasure and enjoy and I will again be at your service. I could with the first cut." "The '
1 age, go The people Concord where he laheldinthe
attention pail to c' aracter. Your opinions ala man's character ment." "I have some I letters to write Travers. I ,
March I.'57. 12 first eat, said the son, as he assisted the old highest and
respect esteem
are always formed at first sight. and So Vile invariably
Yes, my only nim is to enjoy myself. will meet you alter dinner. saying man in rolling. a log, is always a slab." express the hope that he will fir his .
sometimes arrive at erroneous con and abomination. .peripvnent
FLOYD & HOLLAND, you very liers left the holo of vice -
What else have I else
_ at Law. clusions. In this instance you have done or you or any one As he turned into the street he met Augustus HOPE.-A bright and beautiful bird is residence among- them.- He- is. now

.4 3,_ Attorneys my friend a very serious injury, for though look to but enjoyment ?lOur sojourn here is L 1 ., ltl!..t.. !. tj .. M7I... T..1....., 1 ,..,.. hope ; it will corpo to us mid the darkness, staying temporarily? Andover wheqS Mrf.
practice in tbe Circuit Courts of Middle short indeed and much be said WHO IllJIlJl.-UKUtriJ UUI "J"u. M. n "
WILL j West Florida and in the Supreme Courtof having but a short acquaintance with Traers \- the though may in you have not allowed yourself to be led off and sings the sweetest songs when our spirits Pierce baa relat ves.Ve regret to Jeata .

the State. Also in tbe District Court of the Urn I can assure you that he is the true Car against young mingling too freely into this sink of iniquity. Do listen to my are saddest ; and when tho lone soul is that her health, which for a long time baa

.* ed States,in tbe Northern District of Florida. I olina gentleman, the soul of honor, the personification pleasures round, yet for one I cannot see advico and but tho acquaintance of Travers. weary and longs to pass away, it warbles its been feeble is not improved since they loft
R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. the impropriety and I intend to pleasure on, Washington We have Ex-
of gentility. I You know Julian, I speak to as I wouldto sunniest notes, and tightens again the slender never 9h.[
Fla. life which I consider conducive
4I' D. P. HOLLAND Office Quincy, loading a to President looting
And Ju'ian, you ought to be ware of brother, and though I, am but a few fibres of our heart that grief has been tearing i better health than Hi
Pec. 22. 1855._51_ health and happiness, regardless of the preachers a the time."
the fact that New York is famous for had bet present
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH pos babble or the appeala of tho moralist." months older than you are, I have away. .
tering a large number of that very particular ter opportunities from having traveled! exten. -L .

Attorney and Counsellor, at Law, kind of gentry you have just described. Augustus looked intently at Travers, who sively of arriving at correct conclusions con QUEER, BUT TRUE.-It is a singular fact am Whj and should Eve carolled we naturally conclude thit Ad.
resumed the conversation !,Because l lost d
by saying, tb'by
MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. I am willing to assert that Travers 'has discovered again cerning matters of this character. I tender that a woman cannot look from a precipiceofany '
flush of and And Villiers, while you are here, you must having rttagnhuda without becoming giddy.- paradise. (Pair-o dice.) :.
practice in the CoutU of the Middle Cir that you are money, seeing this advico in no presumptions spirit, but .
WILL and Tuo u..s and Lowndes County Ga your name registered from South Carolina give way to pleasure, happiness, mirth and your interest deeply at heart, I cannot But what is till mor singular, the giddiness What [would a soothsayer's dog, whoik.
I tako and when
will of
4, arr.b 22.1853._12-Iv._ he has assumed the State, and is layinga jollity. care you, withhold my advice upon a subject of such departs the very moment somebody fats his starved and ill used, uyIChe could
, meet in Charleston in tho full we will recount epeikl _
in the we around her waist to her from falling
lONG & GALimAITH, plan by which to get you entangled Iasurcs." 'I vital importance to you. arm keep : More (prog to sticks. (More prognosticij.4)"
mi'bhes of a net from which it may require our / My dear Gus, your are fully awaro thatI -queer, isn't it V I -_- I '
A.TTon\nv FLA. I
.-. : LAW, TALLAHASSEE, some degree of tact to extricate yourself." Augustus turned and said, fa Gentlemen prize your disinterested friendship too high Why was Bruce at tfarinookbarn like a*

,: ; -*\*I* A. LOXO( &J.B.O.\I.nRA1TIIbaveniloci-They Oh Gus, you are too much tho slave of allow rno to excuse myself I have an engagement ly to feel hard at your advico. I have, not HEALTH_IN YODTH.-Late hours, irregu. liberal theatrical manager!*Because ho favl ,

'S 1 'WIll atlt'oJ-eatelthemsoh'uiotheprJeticeofLaw.the Courts in the t Middle Circuit,the Su- an inveterate prejudice. You proscribe men to fulfill,"and bowing cold ly ho plnyed Gus, neither does Tavers play but for lar habits, and want of attention to diet are fed his enemies.: Into tho pit and Jet':JJI

prcnc C-nirta and the District Courts of the United' I whom you know nothing of as carelessly as retired. lie immediately proceeded to.l. !rs. amusement/ho does not gamble, and you common errors with roost young men, and friends go. Scot free* ;.,
J' States Talh1iMM. | you would the most outrageous scoundrel) in Villiers parlor, but we will follow out the must endeavor to get over tho first impress'on those gradually and at first imperceptibly -- -_. 'r ,

Office opposite tbe Court IIozze.Oebibc.r the land. Cut wo go into mother's conversation between St. Julian and Travers. ?, you have formed of him for lie is a undermine the health and lay tho foundation COfSID1RATl: IoTDBRilt b said that !
suppose *"
% 2R. 85-1. jy parlor and prevail upon her and Alice to take Why} Villiers, your friend is of a very real friend to'n1e. for various forms of disease in after life. It the kind mothers of the East 'are gr I:

f r RICHARD BRADFORD a ride." icserved demeanor. You appear to ho so Julian I'cnnnot be intimate with that is a very difficult thing to make young penpe! so affectionate .thst they give their [cbild!.:
entirely opposite in temperament that it is a and treacherous : believe this. Indeed all the shattered chloroform previous to whipping
LAW\ Augustus nnd his friend repaired to the man ; his eye indicates a deep nearly e.1t .
Ii: ATTORNEY AT : ., parlor Atrs. Villiers occupied and found her matter of surprise to mo that you"and ho can feeling, he is insinuating ami( aUobetrays: by constitutions with,:which!! 'ioomauy,are curs The best cough- mixture- : Asnltrtf- .

k '' TALLAHASSEE' FLA.dy2'S7 in conversation with her daughter. Augustus preserve such amicable relations., his'mannersthat his associations have been ed, are .t the,result,_of,a dhMgirdto the plain*. mixedwith *w

i ; ) ;'( c Q the Post Offlae Building,). approached Alice .i ?*. taking her baud l led If,Well Trrivcra' not' reserved., ." I have i generally tb&'lower-orders of. societyWell /* .. est precepts of health J In f early life.i :!ftn clothing;'o.zercises,. ., plsntyof. 'air' and' '' .;*r1,,
,; .a ., ,21, ., 'him'' for fire roomed with ". GQ 'wtl1 distnUff-tho, : : '
known years, Jiini 'we : e6hject .
j her to. tho window eog"d ani goingto .the post office Boh. ;'Ihalt -
rrccu'J1 .
anu .. .
w WILLIAM SCOTT, In conversation with Ler. at Cou'tuft: .od.fl I. very.sincere; 'friendship haa forlthe>present but,where+ are,.", yott sauntering I T enqiiireTor' I"- "' \Vell}.yea" [(you' liave .i.:h r,.i': lwba'. take cart 1 load.'t( aewucmoeveryday
of betide this ibsari
; been the result ouf !intercourse, to !I" and.foagloa oingtbsack
TTOy AT Ibii\W Itt ."Mv, dearAHcp, tmo} ;appears:, to pais lie is engaged to my sister with the unqualified "I have no particular destination 3'u1IanI'as mind to, bat I don't think' yoa 'will find me ':are tHe fools uP-OIi"wh' 1. Wt qaaelnjv

w l MONTICELLO, PLA so slowly I: am looking forward o the time Approval ol both! families", and though he just walking for tho purpose of gratify. tbor j jv wrow a'od fatten,
%l1'o.1@u. .
{ to t1 jr.Q of our union with such! fon'deligJt1flfl4. yet / q' ) > > '* / 1 .. .. tItic-- .-

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Important Corsespoudene. oOWUUr.If. ] :.pPoTa oYtraoJ' .1J '? hW KteT ] e' &m,got.wm ntiir 0fl3peOPle! And T1ifoU: wfsg4cts-'cfll :k14' 'at -
.{'D1m&J. in the th11i
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e ntewpt
iJ rjbl ltntal.* We lay before' ,onr,readers tn'to dayi jsp.r; the- < -- ;,. long would it, ,!bjrfcefbre the :Northerarwhtf the' yet this !Ii what you detfgnate at forcing tbe peo-. tithe; In of 1800 mcrebnt.1th''Qu a Elizabeth thei laeorporiud 7
.j-.jIn'wy honfSily lo their their own nor company exclusive BHI.lige .
would and yield; jmv law not
Buchanan party yipld, of Kansas obey
interesting correspondence between. 'eoromunicairoiT I wild that the pie have of trading to the,Eu 'Indies tad
.- ,', {. last ;_ plea of education and for doing which you plaei U
., demonitratethe the United Statew
______. nnd prejodi ,
">"" and a number_ Connecticut dtrme who.J. ; I a GOT Walker's tSouihern advocates and defenderswas patles, denounced a.hnvIng sloWed my solemn oatb. yond the Cap of Good Hop Tb E gllab *-
of Kansas? me
TALLAHASSEE : memorial full of impudence and fanaticism,attempted the nettuity the harmony and integrity -, by -ofee-in-regard to the I ask what 'else ould } bare done or ought J to t blsbed thetDMlTen at Bombay and CaknttT,
Not }abould From 174 until 17flff there
cdnld blame Ly should was almost
t' ,
And who 4tiiem hAfed & that
to the President a lesson on the constitution : have d nd WoU1dyeu > CQDIt<
red 'and I .
Dtmocralic to .French
promised the
between and
ofth* party ; rather anathemas for .the false propnets" the territorial government sanctioned u fighting the EDUah ha
SBPTKMbEB, 1857.EKIUVS and his dutie4 arising thereunder touching the that sucha dishonors' the administration resery.e my abandon and India,'as elsewhere, and then the French
-&TvftaLT show plea the illegal violence wmpelled
___ __. h_ _, Kansas imbroglio. It abounds. with the mot dis- exhibits who bad deceived them. What Is preventive it bad been by CngrcM. to Iud bloodshed -since which the British In Iijdia UT ez.
of Mr. Bnclianan;;and unworthy the antidote to thus renew j the scenes of civil war qui.
and the fourth number of CATO' hollow-hearted agaiwst this possible danger- had etly absorbed territory,aDd inppr d tgovernments.
t rcceircd gusUngJbarLicaI! | benedictions and lack of confidence in, and a shameful. distrust. of the from such as the which every patriot in the country deplored Tb MU..
the distilling presses oath exreme length of India
}Rte this characteristic of New England poisorinpv This would, indeed have been to violate iny ,ftoJn
too pear eminently -
tf BO
Wttk and of the national democracy.
t professions '
honesty, integrity Richmond Enquirer' -the Richmond Examiner, the of office and to fix a damning blot on the characterof north to lOutb.III.820, audits bmdth j la the
f 4. fanaticism. Such downright arrogance and "idupart. I. nearly the same. The total
> boot Carolinian and others of that caste ? Let Administration.I artAnf
Jew South my
shameless dictation beneath the dignity of satire, for India is 1,3W.443 miles, and its population
i In the estimate which we may form of the reputed Southern State give most cheerfully admit that the necessity M a.
The Merchants of Tallahassee ire beginning to and should damn the memorialists with white cravats conduct of our fel1omen., it is always unsafeto the leading P"303 t''.every Let sending a military force to Kansas to aid in the eertained and estimated by the best tntidrltki, f* .
opon their Fall Stock A s our advertising columns It has however afforded out an untnlstakable] olee upon subject. execution of the civil law reflects no credit upon 172.3",2U.iXnYf .

wKl show Messrs. Hodgkis s. & Poole, as alto t everlasting eontcmpt before rely too implicitly upon the vague utterances of )the: people'speak by their primary assembly and the character of our country. Bat let the blame AID DITUIOXS OF THl nannies r UlMto

Sot Mr. Buchanan an opportunity to lay that false Dame, Madame Rumor," and yet (this lift a trumpet lone which will be heard to the fall upon the heads of the guilty. Whence did this Sq. mile
Thomas Haywnrd, are pladng on their shelves articles his views and .sentiments respecting up of Population:
the conntry far at least.,) there is no more solid basis than this remotest of the confederacy. Let it be nec ssity arise? portion of the people Kansas Bengal. . ...t35.&U '
of dl and vill sell them certain eo. 41,181551
every on that are juet now painfully agitating to trust to the ballot-box-the
rlton. important topics upon which to rest the charge of Mr. Buchanan's announced to the Presiden' and td the unwilling SaD for and Ntrbudda. 17,542 2149809
distinctly redress of grievances
for the
the most mind which he does in a pointedand American remedy
tcrs the public with the conduct of Governor Punjaub Jfcrbudda. 78,447 iU
complicity unjustifiable while refuse
Northern wing of our party, that we -undertook to create an independent Governmentfor
forcible manner. Walker since he made his entrance into the successful Setlex.. 4,659 2414'JJJ
with Walker themselves. Had this proved
credit the fact of their complicity attempt
Infirmary for Negroes. .. 76
Surgical <0
Nangpore. ,
the advertisement of Bnlloch & The President's indignant and noble answer gives of territory of Kansas. Besides, there is but little upon mere rumor yet the first clearly establishedact it would of course, haTe subverted the existing Congress Pegu .." .. ... .. 32,3 O 4ft 640.110,ooo
the Southern and
Notice DOtri to patriot prescribed recognized by
peculiar gratification uniformity in these rumors, for while the Washington of bad faith on their part, in the administrationof government Madras .. .. .. . 132,000 !3sOIna
Harris Savannah.. I' whatever political stump. While the principles and substituted o revolutionary governmentin ... .. ..
--. Union and the Richmond Enquirer, in order to the affairs of Kansas, will be the signal for a total its stead. This was a usurpation of the same Bombay. 120,000 11.1MOC7

State Bonds Sold. enunciated in his reply ure applauded at the South bolster up the sinking fortunes of the Governor and entire disruption of all party ties. character as it would be for a portion of the peopleof Northwestern Provinces. 85,651 30,872,7M:

"We arc pleased mike the gratifying announcement by such fire-catingjournnls as the Mercury[ South, assume that his acts have received the unqualified CATO. Connecticut to undertake to establish a separate
that his Excellency t Gov. Broome has told at fcc., they arc with equal earnestness reprobated sanction of the President, that sterling democratic t government within its chartered limits for the parpose 125,000.000
denounced of redressing grievance,real or imaginary Of the remaining 51 C,7 60 square miles, contain-!
nnd the Black any
par State Bonds, issued under the late act of the by Republican journals press, The South," as confidently asserts the contrary MB EDITOR:Please give the following names of which they might have complained against the lug 48,000,000 inhabItants, a portion Ia occupied b

General Assembly to the amount of fifty thousand of the North. I any unprejudiced person-we and avouches the authenticity of its informa- as candidates for County Commissioners next election legitimate State Government. Such a principle, if wholly Indetucndent natIve states and a portion. !

dollars. .This fund as will be seen by reference to care not what may be his distinctive party aflinitics, tion. It is said, however that the failure to recall : carried intb execution would destroy all lawful Oude and 3ysore it under the tot1tn of British

that he will be guided by reason and not by and produce universal anarchy.I officials in whose bands Indeed reside'all the sabetantial
so partisan Governor BRADFORD 1 JOHN R. CRUMP, authority, -
the advertisement of Mr. Austin, State Treasurer, the offending is conclusive of the President's RICHARD of
ardor-will rend Mr. Buchanan's able letter JOSEPH CHAIRES !| R. M. FR1ERSON. ought to specify more particularly Condition powers government The gross revenues -
will be applied t the liquidation of claims of 1856, approbation and sanction of his official acts. of affairs, which I have embraced only in general of the British Government in India were,ia

on account of Subsistence and Forage. he will find ample cause to justify the wisdom of This, to my mind, is by no means a legitimate conclusion These arc from sections of county, sufficiently terms requiring the presence of a military force in 1850, about $28,000,000, the next revenue, $21,-

.. -* the public verdict which] elevated him to the Presidency I and for aught that is known, Governor distributed to attend properly to the,. interest of the Kansas. The Congress of the United States had 696,000, the surplus of the payment of all current

Corrections.By I at so trying I crisis in in the domestic affairs Walker may have received a merited rebuke, or at county. THOSE ISTEBESTED lit TIlE Cou n. most wisely declared it to be the true intent and charges only 65,000..

somesortof, hcedlessncss, for which we )have I of the G ion. Standing as the distinguished I j least a caution as to his future course. = meaning of this act (the act organizing the Territory "In Mrs.
into one respect, Cunningham's last
not to legislate slavery Territory or
.:been: tartly but j justly rebuked by Lt ins," we Statesman did among his countrymen: n Nestor Ma. EDITOR:-Please insert in your issue of tomorroW any was not failure. She performance -
But we arc not without evidence in reference to Suite, nor to exclude it therefrom, but to leave the a set out to te co*.

'omitted, .in our .revision of the proof sheet of his among its chiefs and pages, the Democracy elevated ''I' the Prenident's sentiments on this subject. In his for County Commissioners: people thereof perfectly ftee to form and regulate fined, and has succeeded admirably. She ia nor.

ommunicatioh last week, to correct many grave: typographical him, ns the man most likely to conciliate'pposition, written instructions to Governor Walker the doctrine JOHN CROMARTIE, I! PATRICK SMITH their domestic institutions in their own way, subject however'. In & sinking condition, as the Courts refuse -
1 JOSEPH CHAIRES | JAMES WILLIS, only to the constitution of the United States." to allow her to be balled ont"-Pjj,,
the context re-establish nlg1
errors materially affecting reconcile difficulties, forgotten or of non interference is clearly set forth, and Post.
has also
As a natural Congress prescribed
and Very respectfully ,
and which have been placed in the form of errata, lected land mnrks of policy, and bring about an I firmly maintained, and by no fLir interpretation of oblige, MAY tOTER& by the Mime act that when the Territory *-.

by the able writer,as follows: era of good feeling. Hut ix months since, when )language can they be cons-trued into a sanetion of of Kansas shall be admitted as A State, it shall be An Irishman who shot an owl, labored under th.

For "dissolution," in the frt pnrga'lll. read he assumed the chief executive duties, the mud hill unjustifiable cours There is one sentence in Important Correspondence- received into the Union, with or without slavery, impression for some time that he had killed a cherubiui -
the time of !
as the'r constitution may prescribe at
.'UsEcnsion. waves of fanaticism were dashing against the rock those instructions hieh has been cited to the prejudice their admission;" -_ _-

For "loudly" in same paragraph read boldly.." moored ship of Stale-bloody contention rioted in of the President, but if we advert to the eirciim To ins EXCELLENCY JAMES Dtl.'IUYAf, Sllverexi..ted at that period, and still exists in FrCst is vita VALUKT.-We had our firrt white

For I would suggest in second paragraph, rend some of our Western Territories, our foreign rela \fince* underwhich the instructions were President of the United States. Kansas, under the Constitution of the United States. frost yesterday (Tuesday) morning. It was, how

"could. tons werl unsettled I -the air W:: full of rumors of 'f framed, it cf-ns: to ine that no candid mind will The undersigned citizens of the United States, nnd This point has at last been finally decided by the ever, light-only observable on gia&s In low and

enumerated 6ugest in sixth paragraph, read troubles. and dangers to our social fwd national electors of the Slate,of Connecticut respectfully offerto highest tribunal known to our laws. How it could cool localities. It has we believe, done no injury
For find ground for jeetion. The clause to whichI Errellcnlthi'4 their Memorial
I any your : ever have been seriously doubted is a mystery. If to any kind of vegetation.-Winchester Virginia
4. enunciated." pelce- sense of insecurity 'vniet, and patriot allude i:* the one in which it is mid When the The fundamental principle of the Constitution of n confederation of sovereign States acquire a new -0- *

; For I principles of the Kansas act in the resolution i"m sluJderl'c at the peril" which seem to environour I fon-litution to be framed bhall be submitted to the the] United States and of our political institution Territory at the expense of thcSr common% blood and How does a pitcher of water differ from a man

," in the seventh paragraph, read I as set forthin beloved country Now, with the exception of ; people, Ac, they ic protected in their right to i that the people shall make their own laws and treasure, snrelv] one set of the partners can have no throwing his wile over a bridge ?
committed Gov. AVulker elect their own rulers. right to exclude. the other from its enjoyment by One water'in the pitcher,and the other Is
the resolution." the unfortunate blunder by : vote upon it." This clause has been cited as well \\TA VT U
For "independent" a the end of same paragraph in Kansas: how changed are all those. Public opinion : by the opponent' of the mlminiftration, a" 1 by th
(t it be I indisrcet'For i settling down upon a national basis ; the I I suppnrttrs of Governor; Walker, to prove that the proclaims that the President of the United States is tion. But when the people-the lonafide residentsof NEW Cox-ro-360 bales New Cotton had been

their brawls in the eighth paragraph, good nnd wie of all parties l look at the venerable employing through him an army, one purpose of such Territory-proceed to frame a tAte Constitution -
Ly President had (declared ii rtctotas to the propriety which is to the l1anJato obey laws received in New 'Orleans up to the 4th int, and
force people of then it is their right to dccid" Ihe
l let it be distracted by their brawls," us in fact: it pilot at the helm, and see him, as In this letter, I submitting. constitution for ratification. Now not thtir own, nor of the United Slates, but laws question for themselves, whether they important will forty bales were sold on that day at 15J to ICe.

was wltten In the same paragraph, where i is consulting the chart of the Constitution .ia spread I what were the circumstances attending these instructions which it; notorious, and established upon evidence continue, modify, or abolish slavery. To them, '* 0

printed acting upon the principle ," tc., the word before him by the Supreme Court for his sole gui- ? The Frcbident was about to send an they never made, and rulers they never and to them alone, do-", this question belong, free FREE NEGROES PmciustD BY A Sn.mVL-A few

of which ends in Kansas, seems almost restored, and j elected. from all foreign iD erferene days ago, says the Norfolk Herald, several free negroea -
ii the TL senteuce JiUh'C; peace
; ,
acting beginning i o I rcprcont In the opinion were at auction In Norfolk
intercourse of the territorial legislature of put up county,
its all
with tha word "bide." In the same paragraph, instead aiul the law has regained, supremacy ; :, tion of political unVirs in a territory di-;ti.itleJ byintftiiue ; your excellency i is openly held up and proclaimed, h"1"tSl, the time had arrived for entering the Union, and sold to labor a term sufficient to liquidate their

of "would" express their :approbation, it with foreign nations is amicable, and nil ; commotion?, and if not then in a state of I to the (great derogation of our national character, I a"1 they accordingly jinsi, d ft law to elect delegates taxes. Singular to relate, four of them were pur-
I of difference are with that fraternal as violAtins: in its mo"t essential particular the s<.-lI chased slave in Portsmouth who felt
points by a
could for the of State constitu-
should be I express, &c ) e1cu"c. actiii.l: civil war, but very little s-liort of it. He is I I purpose a quite
spirit -which {.hould animate the great brotherhood I I I emn oath which the President has taken to ww.&rtj :. s tion. This law \vu3 fnir and just in its provisions proud of the distinction, and made known Ms determination
to dwv: chart for the guidance of that tfiii Union. I
acll1.- th' Constitution
Melancholy Intelligence from Key West. I of cnlizhUned christi.inityand bles- j, nf It conferred the risrht of suffrage on every Lena to get the full value of hU money out
man, by : His fore.-ight is i Lived to provide for every po4lla I. We call attention! further, to _tli" fact? HInt your I fide inhabitant of the Territory;" anti, fur the purpose i of them, or know the reason why. Let the negro

The subjoined communication from n friend and j led with the refiningirflaenccsof t' -izt ion, That ; CMitiKyeiictj that nii4ht}: rise, and oi: of t hose posN Excellency is, in! like mann. T, held up to this nation : of preventing fraud and the intrusion of citizens worshippers at the North make a note of this.

leading citizen of Key West, contains intelligence Providential agency WIll h r 01'1 "Washington FO I ble, (not to nay probable) contingencies was, thnt to all "mankind], an-1. i0 all posterity, in the attitude I of mar or di-taiit .Mate. most properly con- -_ -

of painful interest to this community, whoe foci-1 solemnly acknowledged to have: d!"tin uiII..I1y l of leeginr war against [a j.ortion of] the : fined this right to those! who had resided therein: Dr. 31'Lanfe'a Liver Fills,
the constitution iiwjht be Mibmittcd to the vote of
; United
of condolence msniferted for the manifi token whieh we have Aftffby( ; I employing aims in Kansas to I three months previous to the election. Here a fe.r: .
ings arc strongly I Ktrae rt every *tep by : PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS.j
( the people for ratification. If the Convention uphol of and code of l'IllI&t. I
a body men, a f'n } was =eiited for all the qunlifie l resident -
opportunity pre From the unsolicited testimony offered from til
afflicted heart .ft11cirviring11nhandnr.d I advanced to tho) chwjet uf an independent] i:aI 1 j continually
partn! s.Iould.o order it it well known that 7'lirl'ort'ny' *oLe legislative, but 'which never had the : whatever -
.. ., I was the autagonim I ci'izens of Territory, to organization quarter of the country, it is impoeaibla to mist a conviction
- .t;l \'J""- 'LFT. 11, It,--.. |I lion, ]hovers on 15 still and waft down uponus ('si-tin:: I etween the l'ro-da nry ui-: the I 1 the election nor sanction, nor consent, of the people they miirht have previously belonged, to of Liver the and great Stomach.excellence The of following throe FilU letter la alt from diseases Toronto of,Can the

You; will have heard of the calamity that ha:1.ei i, a sense security mil -onfiderce in the future, j :Ulti."I vel' pailv would produce a of thoTenitirv.We. : )participate in the election, and to express their ada, In one Of the many the proprleters have received :

Mien late fellow-citizen Dr. G. T. MAXWELL, \< while from the dark storm clouds which have pas ed !! cl'grof ex- I I enrIlP tlrl'pl'l'i','nt to your Excellency, thatwe opinions at the ballot box on the question of slavery.But TOOSTO,April 27th,ISM.
your calculated lo ti-.ken oath the Constitution
put have the
r.jeopardy the free t also to obey numbers of lawless men still continued to resist MUSE. Fuxrxo BROS.,
and which has cast gloom our city. Fearing our zenith an.l de-'ceridrd towr.1 the horizon i is and I-'jccdUncy be assured that we Sin.--I take this of mfcrmlnfc
: (over < of the right of raffrage. ATa, it then at all i ; your may the regular territorial gOHrnm at. They refused opportunity -
from Ilmc i reflected baek the r.iinlow covenant of c |! shall not refrain from the that ALMIGHTY be vote and the yon of the benefit I bare derived trora Dr. Mlane's
unnecessary alarm exaggerated reports j p : ( singular: that U 0 attention of the Governor should I prayer I either 10 registered or to ; members valuable PHU. I hive for two years past been f BicUd with
determined to the particular "\Vo\\illnotinsultlhe intelligence dour readj i j (!:011 will make your Administration an example of I ofthe convention were elected, IE.'J.Pfll1yan. a severe pain over the eye, accompanied with a nervous
give have
you | j 1'cen partieulaily: directed to this subject, and ju>tice and beneficence, and with His terrible maj- properly, without their intervention. The convention nes' and sense of dizziness: a malady beyond the powej and
Previous to Sunday, 6th inst, one of the negroes ( or offer fiueh senseless adulition to the Iresij]I estv our people and our Constitution. I skill of our physicians to relieve and aur, censed, M far ai I
\ ue charged ""pacifically reference thereto,? protect will soon assemble to perform the solemn duty
Dr. M. who hired at the Marine lent as to that all this change 1ms been ]his, ,I Nitli'lV.. David Smith t a dineated state of the livtrand itom-
belonging to was j wiy j Upon the evidence now before the public, it seems Taylor, of framing a constitution for themselves and their ach. Some of the doctors tried bleeding and various other

Hospital, was sent home tick, and on Suiiday morning i i work, we art n.'t E contemj-tiblc} I 1)'."i would be
to unfair
j me to the President; hl.IurIutton, James F. Babcock, null stuck fuL At last I procured a box of your valuable'
Dr. Jackson Maxwell, and at Light ) Troup incontrovertible that fror.i tuc: day: of his election which still exists in Kansas it is my imperative Liver PilM from a Druggist here, and feel,after taking a
ail !
| ra.-h in thone who instrumental in elovai L. G. Calhoun
wtrc Charles English
I b duty to employ the troops of the United State, portion of them,that the disease and pa'Dful' sensation over
Maxwell, were Liken with what afterwards proved | and ': ynt, feeling was engendered, i i tins him to his high position, to convict him of I J. 11. Broehwny, E. 1C. Gilbert, should this become necessary, in defending the convention iqe eyes had almost entirely left me. I will eloce by advts-

to be yellow fever, and which, I regret to add, tcrI I which.'he wisdom energy and consistency of his I having lent his aid in overthrowing the doctrine of Eli W. Blake, Leonard Bacon, against violence whilst framing the constitution lag cli those afflicted M I hare been,to procure the valuable
medicine at once, and save much time and pain,with little
mint fatally with Mr*. :1"Wednesday tho j jCO course, since his:inauguration; l have duilv strength- i Eli lve II. C. Kingsley, and in protecting the bonajvh inhabitants" expense. With sincere gratitude and respect, I remain
.. .. .. | tHttinterfcrnc: so prominently Srt forth in the B. SilHnian, Jr., B. illiman, under the ef this instru111l'nt. CZO. \V ECS SELL,Toronto.IfXARBIED .
,, -!--- -. > l-a1 :.1 1cnty .*_.._ AA_ j n. \vitrn I Knrsis Xcl/rri Kii ., ot
mid t.
j .t tint maintenance Noah IVrttr, J-lwanl C. Herrick,
of the
exercise of
In the free
hours. Dr. Jackson ) and wife short time towjnls !.i. the confidence of right suffrage
a ae '
!x.el are \ .g ; which, ]lie stands. committed by the most solemn Tliomas A. Timelier, Charles Ives, when it shall be submitted to them for their approbation -

row lying in a critical titualion, as also the son !! the nation, and knitting; (.105'1 the bond of the Union I pledges that can Hid: a statesimiamp.Vith thc little J. A. Davenport, ',111. P. Eu--tis, Jr., or rejection.I ,

(Elliott) of Dr. Troup Iwel The negroes 111"e we lo claim that we may nk for our democratic I that Worthintjtoii Hooker, Alex. C. Twining, have entire confidence in Gov. Walker that the In Richmond City, Va., on Thursday,the 10th

all! been attacked-most of them, however, arc Letter I President I candid! and dispassionate judgment J. light we now hIIIulU this liwole.ll'oint, it Philo Blake, Josiah W. Gibbs, troops will not be employed except to resist actual in t, by the Rev. Thomas BingforJ, ilr. JAME3S.
!i. the part of wisdom no less than the dictate of enlightened E. K. Foster Alfred Walker in the execution of the laws and this
aggression or Miss ANNIE PEM
; RUST, Tallahassee, to M.
and all are considered out of danger. Those \ for his acts alone, nnd a freedom from nil em- ,
C. :. James Brewster
gcneio-ity to avoidabml judgment in the Lyman not until the power of the civil magistrate shall
cases are the only ones that have occurred, and al barrassnu-nt which must re"nl hy the prfjudgment j-remise-B, and patiently to await the meeting of John A. Blake, Stephen G. Ilubbard prove unavailing. Following the wise example of BERTON.

though the fifth day since its outbreak, no new cai I i of his policy] before ccn be fully developed. \Ve Win. H. llussell, Hawley Ohnsttad) Mr. Madison towards the Hartford Convention, illegal -
Cnngress, at which time the President will be bound
A. N. Skinner Wm. ]]
Seagrove Magi, and dangerous combination, such as that of the citrc1.
ses in various claim this much also for the which has .
are eist.nce are reports a- great party
Tee to define his position. With regard to that position Horace Bnsnell, Amos Townsend, Topeka Convention, will not be disturbed unless
bout the of the di and I of controlled the of the for the ]la1-! -0--
origin ea!e. am strongly destiny conntry John Timothy Dwight,
I think we need -I'tainliO fears ; but shouldit Boyd. they shall attempt to perform some act which will
the opinion that the cause of this :fiction is to be thirty j-ears-a part, the duty of which has beento unfortunately turn out that confidence has Charles Robinson, David M. Smith, bring them into actual collision with the constitu. To the Voter* of the County of Leon/
our Some anxious to defeat election
attributed to the fact of a from vessel defend and expound the true doctrine of State henry Peck, tion and the laws. In that event, they shall be one, more my
H'amn : been misplaced, it will be time enough then to let than to publish the truth, having circulated a report -
resisted and down the whole of the
from admitted the Marine Rights and examination nnd analysis of the put by power
Aspinwall having t een ; every
our voice be heard, and 1 the very calmness and deliberation WASUISOTOX CITY, Aug. 15, 1857. government. In performing this duty I shall have that if I am elected Tax Collector it U not my
who died and I believe political heresies of the day reveals more clearly the
Hospital, (report says thus exhibited will lend a f..rce and dig- G..ntlcmrn-On my recent return to this city, the approbation ofiny own conscience, and, as I intention to have an office in Tallahassee, I deem it
truly) of yellow fever, and whose body the Dr?. beauty and consistency i of its principles, and demonstrates trust of God.
nity to our action, whatever it may be, which will after a fortnight's absence, your memorial, without humbly my due to the public to state that the report is without
Maxwell examined. This, however is aid' to be more plainly the importance of that great vindicate us in the Chtiiiip.tion of all In date, was placed in my hands, through the agencyof I thank you for the assurance that you will "not
thihking men. the slightest foundation. It is true I live in the
from two to three since. It is to national organization to the protection of the Constitution Mr. Horatio King, of the Post Office Department, refrain from the prayer that Almighty God will
"eek certainly to the maintenance of the Union and to the mean time I let us not almte one iota of our opposition to whom It had been intrusted. From die distinguished make my Administration an example justice and country, but if the people see proper to elect me, I
be attributed vessel
to some it "
person bringing to the iniquitous spirit of interference ( source whence it proceeds, as well as its beneficence. You can greatly assist me in arrivingat shall keep an office in the city and give my person hitherto we have always been able to trace the welfare of the countr- which has marked the course of the Governor. peculiar character, I have deemed it proper to depart this blessed consummation by exerting your influence al attendance as long as duty requires it. I hope

its origin, never basing originated on the --- = this it is from my general rule in such cases, and to give in allaying the existing sectional excitement
bland The Telegraph DnIlIDe.lI. Upon point vitally important that the it an on the subject slavery, which has been productive this contradiction trill pat to rest the fabrication referred -
The origin we are not convinced of, but the loss
The business telegraphing, though only in prac- sentiment of the South should be clearly understood, You first assert that the :fundamental principleof of much evil and no good, and which,if it to. Very respectfully

of an estimable lady is too sadly impressed upon tical rome seven or eight has especially as a few renegade Southern presses ]have the constitution of the United States and of our could succeed in attaining its object, would ruin LEMUEL JONES.
the minds of all our citizens, amongst whom she operation ;years grownin undertaken to Ins political institutions is that the people shall make the slave as well as hid master. This would be a
justify Should the occasion Sentinel will please
this with Lines t: copy.
had become (although a few months country unexampled rapidty. I th\ir own laws and elect their own rulers." You workjf genuine philanthrophy. Every day of my
amongus extend for thousands of miles the occur, (and I think it most assuredly will) to ir. ...i ;.,.. T ... i. .1... i..
now many over then grief a'hd astoni hment that I LIIC i ievi IIO\T unu"'iu.H'C i um 10 fjenoiuj uic uu-
loved and and in express your
,) sincerely respected, although United States, find messages are dispatched every test the fidelity of the Northern section of the democratic should have lolated this principle, and through ties of my high station without the continued sup- Oz- WE are authorized to announce T.H. .

the midst of comparative strangers, she found and hour through the day from one point to another )party, upon the }practical enforcement of the Gov. Walker, have employed an army, "ono purpose port of Divine Providence ; yet placing my trustin HALE candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
K expressed herself, the warmest and kindest of doctrine non-interference, and should] they falter of which is to force the petyle of Kansas to Him, and in Him alone, I entertain a good hope as a
upon business almost every kind. To show how that He will enable to do to all Court of Leon at the election in October
justice county
me equal
friends She w ho was in the house of God on Sunday the of admission obey laws not their own, nor of the Unitel Slates but
all well and in busily the wires ore employed daily, though they upon question a most fearful responsibility laws which it is notorious, and established upon portions of the Union, and thus render me an hnm- next

last to appearance good spirits, make no outward show of any kind of activity, the will rest upon the heads of those men, evidence, they never made, and rulers they never LIe instrument in restoring peace and harmony

was on yesterday conveyed to that same house, Philadelphia Ledger gives the actual number of who, through timidity, or some less excusable motive elected." And, as a corollary from the foregoing, among the people of the several States. Oz- WE arc requested to announce CoLS.

where she had raised her voice to God's praise but dispatches for six days over the Magnetic Telegraphline shall have contributed to misrepresent the you represent thnt I am openly held up and pro- Yours, very respectfullr BUCHANAN., B. STEPHENS as a candidate for re-ehetion to-
few hours before to have Use last rites claimed, to the great derogation of our national JAMES:
a religious
Southern sentiment this vital Downto the office Solicitor of the Middle Circuit at the
from New York to AVa&hington. The New upon question. character, as violating in its most essential particular Rev, Nathaniel W. Taylor] D. D., Rev. Theodore
performed on earth, and when her body was consigned 1 I' York office sent and received 3,447 messages from the present time, there has been no indication the solemn oath which the President has taken D. Woolsey, D. D., LL. D., Hon. Henry Dutton, election in October next.

the client tomb, were the tears that the will Rev. David Smith, D. D., Rev. IHawes!, D. D.,
t many that the 31st of August to the :th of September, inclutive Northernving prove faithless to the to support the constitution of this Union. OzWE authorized C.
were abed by the sterner sex, for they too had the office, 2,897 Baltimore principles which conbtitute our bond of union as a These are heavy charges proceeding from gentlemen nnd others. are to announce
Philadelphia ,
known her but to love and re pect her. The com ; messages; and I have the confidence to tl'liet't'tllnt of your high character, and, if well founded, BRYAN as a candidate for re-election to the offic
1,400 mesages; Washington, 4205. Total party un ought to consign name to infamy. But in and Free the election ia Oe-
inunity feel with Dr. Maxwell his sad loss, and are my proportion Canadians Negroes of Clerk of Leon Circuit Court, at
derthe lead of the
gallant Douglass influenced
j all to soothe the of the three sent and received in six days, 12,1C5, or over 2000 ,. .. t? their! .gravity! _common_ justice, to say Canada is becoming sick of the free ber next.
doing sufferings now messages per day. This is the business of but four ijy the patriotic counsels ol our venerated I'resiucut, nothing of Christian charily, required that before negro popu-

; lying sick with this dire disease. May God grant offices out of the fourteen on the line. we shall have a practical demonstration of their making them you should have clearly ascertainsd lation. Petitions are being forwarded to England WK are authorized to announce D.

them strength t bear their sufferings, and he to honesty and good faith. that they with were withering well founded condemnation If not, they their will rebound to send all of them to some of the English tropical W.GWYNN as a candidate for re-sleetion l to the
endure his affliction. \ Newspaper Change. While I thus declare my unabated confidence in thors. Have you performed this preliminary upon duty islands. Perhaps the apprenticeship system might office of Judge of Probate of Leon eotmtj, at thai

These cases have caused a great degree of excitement Thr.t old anti sterling democratic paper, The the firmness and integrity of the President, and in towards the man who, however unworthy, is the be tried on them to advantage.. election in October next.

and i i said many intend leaving by the Florida Democrat," of weekly publication, in Pcn- the ]honesty and good faith of our political associ- Chief Magistrate of our country? If so, either youor General Pillow.

Calhoun to-morow. but n before stated, no case sacola, has been converted by its enterprising publisher ates in the Northern States, I would by no means I are laboring under strange delu ion. Should Gen. Gideon J. Pillow after an absence of several OZr: MR. EDITOR:-Do us the fayojr to an
this to be case, it will a memo-
has occurred except in the family of Dr. Maxwell, into a tri-weekly issue styled the Pen a'ola be understood as discarding. the idea danger to ruble prove example of your the truth, that political present prejudice years from public life has offered himself as a nounce in your aextiasue the office of Sheriff for tbr

,o4 every member but his two children have been Observer. It ia of that neat and thrifty appearance our most cherished right There is danger-most' is blind even to the existence of the plainest and candidate for the United States Scnatorship in Ten- county of Leon, at the ensuing election in October

attacked. Should any new cases occur previous to indicating i a measure of success which )[Marzoni imminent danger, but the cause i is to be seen at mot palpable, historical facts. To these facts let nessec. next, Mr. RICHARD AUNDERS.

the departure of the C. I will advise you fully. richly merits, and we hope will continue to receive. home, even in our very midst! There are at the us refersWhen "4 >- MANY VOTERS.
I entered upon the duties of the presidential -
We have had squally weather, with frequent South a few leading political journals, which cither JUSTICE CUBTK.-Alluding to the resignation of
Accident on the Fernandina Road. office, on the -ith of March last, what was the OzM. EDITOR :-Do us the favor ta
heavy'showers far the past ten or twelve days from a mi'taken'i'w of party necessity, or from condition Kansas? This Territory had been organized Justice Curtis, of the Supreme Court of the United re-election for the
A melancholy accident occurred on this road a announce in your next issue, for
with thunder lightning, but the weather lc mst more unjustifiable motives, have assumed to be the under the act of Congress of 10th May States, the Boston Post says: "The reason for this
an few days since, resulting in the death of a lady and 1854, and the government in all its branches was offic of Tax Autssor and Collector, for the oo nty
settled. was cool and pleasant i is said to be the of the andit
be wore Yesterday cxpoeitors of Southern sentiment with regard to Etep inadequacy salary
two gentlemen. The cars came in contact with an in full operation. A governor secretary of the of Leon, at the ensuing October election, Mn. L. C;
To-day is, however, warmer-still the therjuometcr obstruction on the road, producing a crash Several Governor Walker's course, and which ifnot checked, i Tt'rritol'chief justice, two associate justices, a is also said that Mr. C. will resume his practice DEMILLY. Respectfully

stands cow (noon) at 68. may eventuate in the detachment of u controlling marshal( and district attorney had been appointedby at the Boston bar." MllfT VOTEHS
others were injured, but not fatally. predecessor, by and with the advice and consent .
Your respectfully. portion of the Northern wing of the democratic my
and in Costa Rica has decreed that the Walker
of the Senate: were all engaged discharging expected
Srrt. 12, S a. ra; Dr Jackson Maxwell And \ifare.nsiJee The Southern Enterprize, party. These journal, with a singular infatuation their respective duties. A code of laws expedition 5 il piratical. 7WE are authorized and requested to>

much Liter tbs morning, and every Published in Thomasvillo, Ga., has been sold to (not to use a harsher term,) assume and so declare bad been enacted by territorial, legislature, and m announce LEMUEL JONES, as a candidate for Tat

hop is entertained for their recovery. Dr. T. 3f ewrs. Love & Hall, who issue a new and sprightly I to the world, (that the denouncers of Governor the judiciary were employed in expounding and Aiseseor and Collector of Leon county,at the Election

'. child, Elliott, it is fearQd \vi die. There dwJU>rratic paper, named The Wire-Grass Reporter Walker are made up of a few !v extreroi t8"-" ul.trllisb that carrying these laws had into effect arisen It is quite true From the Tampa AHMY Peninsular NEWS., Stpt. 12, in October next.
a controversy previously respectingthe
has pone w ease ,occurred. Weather warm andsqu4'ly the diUllioliist.i"-firc-l'atcJ'1 "and" old nul. _
Sscccss to new arrangement ; ,
validity of the election members of the territorial The news by the last Peninsular is unimportant. -
this morning with thunder and lightning -_. ilia lifiere," constituting not more than a corporal's legislature and of the laws passed i by them ; :
Cob head to be at Fort Myers.Per
&t day break. JVore of<.en. liuak. guard" of the Democratic party while. the great but at the time I entered upon my official duties Roger's quarters btttistmtnts

-- .. A gentleman joTt from Texas says the Washington body of the partat the South, are the enthusiastic Congress had recognized this legislature in different Wednesday's mail, an order was received by .
Th Grant of Land t Florida I Alabama. Star hai tomrouiJ ted to us facts bearing the forms and by different enactments. The delegate Col. Loomis, to dispatch the 4th Artillery,now
friends of Governor Walker and
sustain Kansas
Fonda, to Fort Lcavenworth Territory.
the House of
elected under
to Representatives, a
The Commissioner of the General Land Office, Senator Rusk which SCHOOL NOTICE.
recent melancholy deAth, the administration a.t the approvers of his course. territorial law, had just completed his term of service Tommy," the Indian warrior recently captured

says the Washington Union, 'has determined the throw more light] on that sa4 event than all else Should the Northern mind become ,fully imbued on tho day previous lo my inauguration. In by Capt. J. E. Mickler, died on ihe 5th inst., at Eg- and Miss AULD will pen a private School

principle on which the adjutent of the grant of concerning it, we bAd previously learned. It seems with this idea, the result can be readily anticipated.It fact, I found the government of Kansas as well established mont Key.A DR. their Residence in Montiwllo,on Monday 28th.

land by Congress t the States of Alabama and Flor that be was suffering at tins time post grievionsly is the Northern of *ju that of any other' Territory. Under SKRIOCT ACCHUNT.-On Monday, of this week, Septtmper.Sept. .
doing wing our
party no ,the'se circumstances .what Was it while Purkhill to his 83-3t
1 was returning .
: was duty Capt. camp 19.1857.
by the ofM-ay 15, 186, to be made,which the back] of L5. neck which my
id a S from a carbuncle on justice to refer to the fact'that however true they not to sustain this government protect it from from this place the horse his servant (a strappingnegro 4

i the basis established by the grant of lands t the for Btrty days, had baffled skill of hU physician! may.have been to the maintenance of the constitutional the violence lawless men, who were determined man,) was riding took fright and threw his To be Sold Private Bale.

: Stt of Alabama and Hlssissippi. This decision, and bade fair unless Arrested coon, to terminate in rights of the slave-holding States, yet their either to rule or ruin to prevent It from being rider. The head of the negro, in his descent and house ser'-

; though) it treatsthe grant ai a severally to Alabama his death. lie had been suffering intensely from it force ? in the language of the.Constitution struck the leg of Capt Park hilTs horse,breaking it, \ FIRST RATE SEAMSTRESS the WofJauuary3iawHlb
personal sympathies are not in .favor, of the great 21. .,. If oo sold before
to take cafe that the }law be faithfully when it (the negroe'a head) glanced and struck a aged 19
end Florida, recognises the railroad. as a continuous on the day Le committed the fatal act, and it was Southern institution. Indeed it is A high compliment executed?" It was for this purPose, and this alone, tree on the tide of the road peeling off the bark ioUUt ?ublw4Bnrtr

:: rod, U befog to ordered by the tens of the act, believed by those surrounding him that the agonies to them that, they should so often have discarded that I ordered a military force to Kansas to act as for several feet. The negro was,,stupefied for an further particular, inquire of tt.B02UJ.

thopgh ronoipg through both State, .and decides of the disease, added to his belief that it would deprive the influence sympathy and early education a posed t tomitatiu aidlns the civil, magistrate to instant but received .no injury I It is supposedthat 8 pt 19.18S7. S8 ___

that the of the pDt is give lands ]had much carry the laws Into execution. he belongs to the "hard shell" persuasion. -
purpose him of life in less than thirty days,
A t when brought in ntact.vith constitutional
condition of the which' -
The at the
Territory time e' i- & SHOE -
lands BOOT
Kit ln prescribed limit, te should be co to do in bringing abeut resolution to mak away Weal! understand for bare all rienccdthe --
right wo .
sxt.p4ve with line pf route, faking care cer with himself In this "would I undersigned bM.rtt or.od%BOOT ,
t t i Influence otVre.judicfaengendered l by necessary. state of-affairs, once met a lady.ln the street,.in .Boston, who THE
tttyji; only, ocb lands asinay-ftU -- not have been justly condemned had I left the msrshaj SHOE SUOPsrpfD1I
saluted hra Mr. Stewart .
.wt. AGAUf/.Ar; early,education and bow difficult it it e e.I. r.the I.havejcut :,
1 Holts.JSWWU BJUTCT ho /o.5J l.t4 life and othtr officers of alike 3.ffersonStr.eUandwU1bplUM4! .
l character :
: }o 1tIOgrapbtcaJ and. prescribed Impotent seen your miniature and, killed it, beelUM It was
,. stokes J' pJf; ; 'Eogla"ntJ; Mr.TD.J ro
*' She In fourth Uba'ierald*( abroad so atobo bdleved, that justice established\ by Congress,or by the territorial f "' wil1givbmaca11v'ts
*.aU.ihe M xi wSUt ;.Belle nteri-a/.and.boaten" came. .. turn t' Thf'D. .uid, Stuart_ jvs! -
s pmh U: *" ,. *' Botitb in' : Administration] ia 'I1IM'iI legislature under i ibe' express : 'ind thus ," ,r:'-'f-e eept. ,, 1'T 8$4L .
wj III :
.jth Minority '
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.i|\ bld at the'rawus precincts in Liberty county, 20 Bbls.RutgeVa.fresh Irish, : : a NEW, 1i .i;' 1isTdiri. iSr- -
cl October next, for one So- Potatoes, just fee h'ed pet '
on Monday! tbettb day of Schr. Wild ; Blast C nut session of ih INSTITUTION TrilleomJL -* .V JC&- .
oft be Middle Ciicuit ..f Florida. one Judtre Pigeou.MeNAUGHT fifth of October.1857.
lIOND Y the
Haitor; : rnenc- on I LRM4DA'IFRORDA PORThI
Sherifone ,
Clerk of ihe Circuit Curt me LADY.
Probate, one : A. GRANT and
under the cbtutbf
Newport Sept, 12.-1 867.. 37
Tax Assessor and Collector one Coroner, one S. Kna' Impressed with a deep tewe of the..*ewo Nitj cu t WITH TKjro

County Surveyor, four County Commis/mtif and Rescue Grass 1 therefore involved in their'arduous and iropotWnt ondertAUng' .TE44g. ;.d.BEL ..
two Justices of the Pe CtI, for each Ju'hctDUltrtCt Seed. to him. tha Conductors of the Institution nlc.ire expuoty to < o'
ia aid County; and the following persons are heiebv PERSONS wishing Good Seed can be s ipplied business statf, that their chief objected that to which their IU.fdAo.dJ cMJuarnoK. or AT JUT WUZ..tu -
appointed'lnspectJrs of said Election, to-wit: with any quantity they may desire, by applying executed earnest efforts will bt devoted is to give the l PUPILS _-_. -

No. I-Ready Branch Precinct Dan. St.mtamire, to tbe subscriber, at $3 per Speck or flO per bushel. &c, will who may be confided to them a sound and complete ..fif 3 iotriitWf -
Lemuel J. Walden.. Wm. P. Cu 'ranr. Tnpectnr. rwil! deliver them nt Tallahnwee or Newport and education-sound in reference to the utility QUa dutinclive -

No 2_Ri<* A.. B\rd, John l1m- give any instructions they may *ifb in regard tosect1inr. the purpose brandies, and complete as regards the adaptation SteanhR1iipjCOUIp& 1
mera, D. H. Beewi1h. :''tclrtl.C"ld'drs J. T. SEEGAR. t of the entire course to the particular stations
Mill Saicuel Caldwell, John Long P. ( ) bought OF.jrxtrHAVING oz3.. : .,
Quincy, Sept. 12. 857. 3'16wOAB.7 be don to which Pupils may be de Uo d. Their endeavor ::
!t. Fiulfv Inspector : but for tbe will Le, not the shadowy and valueless exhibition or 'lakta the mall_trjf for'abO'.peTtl,
No. :-P'.sti fan ulga-W. B. Joues Joeiab English.Snmucl to bare En superficial attainments, through over wrought memory first elawSet Ettaa*. r.gnlssjy. ',
Englif.\I, ItIt1ctors.No. SMITH informs her and the but substantial, intellectual proficiency through twice a month meeting in the Spanish1 link on the
Mill-Thomas D. NIx?;, IveyGreron" MISS patrons pub- and and the same2IE ven>jj;
4-GrrorJ' that the exercises of her School will be re- the medium cf an exercised understanding cultivated l&th -S9tb. leaving. .. .
B. M. Franklin, Inspectors. tc., being action of the reasoning fa. "STEAMER'SPRAT .
resumed and encouraged
Oct. 5th
Crooked River-John Lnngeton: Join X.Revel. on Monday, 1657. thought,
No. 6- Tboma. Inspectors.Xo. _Sept 12. 1857. 37 culties. will leave New Port fa the morning and jSt. Harks.

Joseph_Hammock Creek-Chr.ilcs Blunt, Samuel ; TERMS : terminus on the arrival of tbe Can from 'Tallahaue
R ., .. ..$12 COSecoodDivision from the Steamer and returning ia season So? the afternoon
The alx>ve nmieti loepcctois are hereby required State of Florida, ) earn Pipe, Primary Department .
to attend the election at their respective precincts JefTeroou county. f Castings 16 00 train. >
asanwd that taU
find taste returns thereof us tbe laws din l T\7"M. ;J. CLAYTON, daninistrator, of tbe esta'eT Mill and COLLEGiAtE DlPAETKIST: The travelling public can now rut
desired and attwnpt eommoaica.
JOHN CHASON. Judge of Probate. T Joseph W.Clayton, late Jefferson Saws, tc., lg frequently
county, .... 26 00 ia in neb hand a
If57. S8 First Grade of Classes per term tin to and from the above ports .
"Sept. 19. deceased, has tiled in the Probate office of Jefferson on Short .
Second Grade .. <. 20 00 to warrant permaQecey and soceesa '
county a written suggestion that he believes .the estate i !! that Want must te,
servant *M
PLANTATION FOR SALE. Joseph W. Clayton, to be insolvent Dispatch. OEcAMKtTAL DJPAarn: : Passengers having
the Custom Hou biters folbg eobjard.
mIlE(subscriber offers for sale a doirable and val- Thereupon, notice is given to all persons having constant I Drawing and Panting! in Oil, tc., per term. 10 00 clearing. them at *t.. \"

1 \I 1'.".e Plantation situated one mil from Monti claims against said estate to appear and file the same erected- Embroidery of all 10 00 t .Also! look after Baggage ,o1rseIL;

,..t'1.,. -: .. ("nPI"W'g of lOOn acre of laxd; 400 of I willj ihc Judge of Pi obiite of said county, on or before you can Wax Flowera or Fruit, (each). :2 W jfT For further pai icalafii.your Apply to" .
the 5th day of March next, when there will be
and under n
liiiih are in cultivation good fence, tbe MUSICAL DEPAantEST, DANIEL. LADD A&nt. .
well woode and watered by ping branches pro rata distribution of the funds belonging to said
balaust-ll.eiiivwwemrnti are good a good dwelling kouse, I estate, amongst the creditors thereof; at which time : Under the charge of Mrs. GRANT: New Port, FU July >-. 187' 2S.. .

fi..uss. Gin bt.ue. screw and other out buildioc. the said Wm. J. Clayton, will apply for his final discharge Music on the Piano and Guitar, (each). 25 00 [ ,

Dr". and! tl.<* !<>?ati..n i's favorably situated for health. from the adm5ai trl' ; :Any p -r.'t:< wt-linjr to :uich'.se, will please call THOMAS J. CH ACE, Judge of Probate. Among tbo apparatus is an Electrical Machine,one
; nn'"! f-oe IiTE4Ont1.lf- ;lems..I'-t'i'! Sept. 5. 1857. 36-4rn ! of the largest in America attached to which are batteries JUST RECEIVED !

I : cae. the balance in two or Saw Mill & Mill Site Near Town and Bal sufficient to cause d atb. Also Telescope by :
t -I'j" .''1''st pa.iMp, annual! which tbe mountains and valleys in the moon can be NEW HOOKS & IfOVELS-\
i F.MILY CLARK: Extr'x.Snr. For Sale. : a there moment distinctly discerned ; and a Microscopy of tbe astonishirg DORE-A Stroller in Europe;
hl'I.h! 19. 1857. 1)8Public are : of magnifying a drop of vinegar to twenty EL ORINGO-Travel* Mexico;
t. THE MILL SITE togethewith a new SAW capital, jou feet powet in diameter, thereby exhibiting animalculae DLKANESAretioEpeditiOfl; ,
Notice. complete ready for running within five I require six feet in length, and the variety of forms in which MEMOIR of S.S. PrenliM Speeche Ac.:; .1
miles of town known us the Munson, and more recently i and proba- animal life appears in those invisible departments of THE DAYS of my lifa-A. novel by tae
TREASURY OFFICE )t l the Richard's Mills i is now offered at a- bargain.In .- per cent of creation. author of Margaret and Zaidee;

LLLAtASSt September 14th 1S57. J Ji f a wet time the water i rhilege is good and by attaching ? ? encour- The pupils are received for no less a period than a ISABEL A novel;. y

'Iin 1, *: IId\111.5 bwn provided for the pa"mentf a small engine for a dry lime, affording the surprised H jsion, ; unless by special agreement.Payments ARTISTS WIFE-A noTel; r
< f i\f: .',b.ftanu and forage claims of 1856, very best chance about Tallahafse for economically VASCONSELOS arw D"flll
t'-icr: \\i\\\\ 1.f p.t il upon the Cumptri'llers! Warrants att'loV'ute producing lumber. The pond being large and entirely before : by _- .
surrounded timber affords this place, It is desirable that PAYMENT of at least one- McDOUGALL HOBBY.
'! Ti'-aeun-: "'\'II no they are examined and by a very good region,
ref'iteH " ':. P T oi)' ln'l.lii'g such claims opiiiist the State the pond's facilities for providing stock, the locationis after teachers are such as to render this almost in di pen- ,
\ii.l: f.i raid ttrn! ftir such exa'ninati and report.C. nearer town by 2 or 3 milea thin any mill site to our .
H. AUSTIN Suite Tre.isun; r be found. when sible.August 29, 1857. 85-tf [Sent copy. FOR SALE. .
Th ri"rida Sentinel Tampa Peninsular, Mad- By cal'ing'! on Mr. J. Richard's, .(furmer owner) on make them- ---_. .-.---- .- ---- -
5- ,#:i Miii.rir* Allizrat/ Advertiser and Jacksonvii the lank Road, any farther information can bo had, they owe University of Louisiana, iii 10 OR 1200T .

..- *<<:w?, will publish the above three times and or. of DANIEL LADD, Newport Q of CORN and 4 or 6000,
i-waiii t'l' .ir amounts to the Trcasurtr.S.M Sept 5, 1857. Sfi LADD. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. USHET
--. .. ..
: 19 185' SS-Gt Miccasutle.! Refer # '
Florida HE Annual Course of Lectures in this toMe
---- ----- Reports. rp Srs.a.a J.MEaINNISS

Surgical Infirmary for Ne- I ./COMPLETE in 6 volumes. 1857.JL will and commence will terminate on MONDAY in the ensuing, November Mar b. 16th. July 4, '57. %7 .

McDOUGALL fc HOBBY. JAMES JONES, M. D., Professor of Practice of Med-
GROES. SPpt. 5, 1857. 36 i cine. Savannah Medical College.;:

'I HE tnleifijned having had frequeftt spplicationslo J. L. RIDDELJ. M D., Professor of Chemistry.
1 r*,Vive p..*il-lJt. from various |portions of the I Laws of Florida. i WARREN STONE. M. D Professor of Surgery.A. f 1 tHE ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES wilJL ,.

>f| c ,3.ts\f-_ the treatment ofSurgicjil and! Chronic to Ib57. McDOUGALL t II. CENAS, M. D.. Professor of Obstetrics. commence on the first Monday ia Novtftberoext.
;[ La...:. sr.l i KM-IJ-: cmvmced that an Institution I BOUND 5 180 < HOBBY. has re- GUSTAVUS A. NOTT, M. D., Professor of Materia t
f n.nJi-1 t upn proper J h\bi.i and conducted in such anjniu I Court Medicine.: FACULTYiR. .

.'r ;i! tj.iove c udufirc ti> the! interest of pat- 7.Notice. ; an elec JOSIAH C. NOTT, M. D, Professor of Anatomy. I). ARNOL:) M. D., Practice M.dkiue
r.'ns, would] be cf public utility. have jointly opened I Coun THOMAS HUNT M. D., Professor of Physiologyand P. M. KOLLOCK.* M.D., OUtetric

ua.Ii,firri'iy. u.I l urt-HUT ready to receive patients ALL persons iudeUid to the estate of Josiah the Patholc }. W. G. BULLOCH. M. D,Surgery.J. .-'
f.. '. TIV. ]>>itiou of the country.O late of Jef&rson County, deeca (d. to fill the GILBERT S. VANCE, M. D., Dt'moustrntor"jfoa G. HOWARD. M. D-, "t
e ol the best and ui i,t 1.'VP secured for the puipi!'situated on corner f f the undersigned executrix if Paid estate; and l all per- counties of The rooms for Directing will be open on the second I J. B. READr M.D. Materia Medic
Price and Charlto-j streits, near the Sav'h: ) Albany fc I Eon, logrteee, distributees i 'homMcfer, holding make the II Monday in October. JOSEPH JONES. M. D. Chemistry.J. .
;uf R. R. Dept.Nnises claims or demands ?gant:: said estate are required in the The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons J. WEST M. D, Demonstrator. ..
of the bot chnrictcr have been CT.ployed, to pi esent them duly rutbenticjited within legal tithe Charity Hospital.The The Preliminary course of Lectures ill] conameaoe.
wbo ill L.t under our immediate stpcrskn-so time or this notice will be plead in 1 lar to the recovery my hand Students accompany the Professors in their the 19th October next. Clinical Lecture will be
that planters tn:y be assuied that their servants will of the eamc. seal of the visits, and. free of expense, enjoy extraordinary prac- on delivered regularly at the City Hospital. This Institution .
receive ('rr' tceeary .'.ttent(! SARAH KNIGHTON, Executrix. of Talla- tical
advantages. will accommodate over 100 pati nt*. Far.
Bt'nconnate.J\mbthc SAVANNAH MEDICAL Sept:, 185". SS8wShoes Preliminary to tbe Cour!e. Lectures will be delivered addrei : .
COLLEGE. we naturally! fed great intertht in : \ I daily in the Amphitheatre of the Hospital.from further particulars J. G. HOWARD Dean.'
; the ieu "f th lass and! will, during the win- Clinical Medicine and
yrtiin Shoes Shoes the 1st of October, on Ju1y 18.1857. 29m
t'T. operate' upon IXUIGLNT WHITES from a distance State. and other subjects, without t charge to
Surgery, __ any_
7IIE SUBSCRIBER residing at MbniicelJo: Florl .
; baf-ce th class: free of i barge-they bcic; required Circuit will students. THOS. HUNT, AL IX Uean.
vn'.y! to pay bo:::d. ida has on !luir.c a largo and general assortment The Administrators of the Charity Hospital elect Opening of the Season;
TERMS : of Negro Shots, ray Four Tl.:>u :n.l Pair*. made of I
l annual in April, 14th Resident Students, who are
excellent m&lciial, tnanufactuicd at hnoie WLitt
\ B'urJ ti-nJ'ILus month. Medical atfenti'-'n' by }: mr.iuta.in3u by the Institution. BONNETS
per :.Mechanics which! he 5 is selling to Planters and ,
e.I.ants )-
::,J S'jiic' 11 l/rfratinns trill b2 charged at the tegu- August 29, 1857. 85 :
{ at the l low pl ico %f f 1 SO: cts. pair.
very per .
!ai latto of die! "II!. ; I ----- -- ----- -- ------- -- Head Dresses, French Flower/.
Send orders a* soon us practicable A sample I ', FLA. ,
W. (;. BULLOCH, M. D. I
JUKIAII) HAKRIaS: M. D. @f ihe Shoes niay fw seen at the store James! Kirk- : i plantation Jefferson Academy, Rushes, Ribbons, Blond' Edgings

*0 J1,;M 10 1 I*V\t! i7. *"& I. bev" & Nephew in Tallahassee. ," formeily MOXTICEILO FLORIDA. &.C., &c. ._
_ H.I1 BLACKBURN.Monticello by Bryan '
---- -- _
1't. < G UKNiICO Bonnets trimmed 1iI.
Sept. 12. 1S5. :S7-4n
ea. exercises of this INSTITUTION M .
Notice. i TIlE regular Illusion 4.
-- -' Acres of
I the
be resumed on MONDAY:, 2Sth Sep "
\ LL >:rhis are l.erl)' ii'.liijc-d ut to trad for i Kind I Crape
] y any
WANTS ]MONEY information inrepaid
f II.I WHO ? tember. Any one desiring particular Crape and Straw Bonnets triwaed.
bv : J.tnies and hun
i-mte to Peeler
Driven me piyable; j ) : to terms, itc. ttc. will receiveaCireutar.! On White and Black "
[ da ht J.rnaiiy 165S, for the. smi (,f Five Ilun'iiedDCUii. I $60,000 tinely tim- application to W. O. GIRARDEAU, Prin'l. Plain Straw frames
: wiri-l: i is- .iJ Moitr. Ural ... laid
f l ) i.".ie cof-ui by ; ee on 13t 35 '
E..'ji t,:\ Ti.c c,!JC5 ij.ii1itj!i for which the said note I MAY nr. OBTAINED n V" KICKING 10 UOLT.VUS, good-a August. ; ____ H3ic Neapoiitanjl . '

; was given hn\inj f4j.d, I -xiil jj<"t pay the same unt'l I'I Halves and Quarter TicketsIN !hun.ired: i k FRESH ARRIVAL 4 Flat Bloomers, Gipsies, HocJ, fa/sal. Lj-.
wmpt-lVd by !d\'. D. P. HOLLAND.QuLicy. PROPORTION.JAKPEll will hI!old I born Cwbarg ic., &c. .. .
Scpc ((16.) 1 9, ';7. :$'w --- .--.----.- I two years From N. Orleans, per 1VJ/ I: PETTIS : Head Dresses unsurpassed for style and variety
-- ._-- -- will Ribbons of the moat exquisite designs :in great ra-
: f) A CASKS Si !es and' ShoulderJ ,
nety, black and white Rushes narrow, medium and.
BY AUTHOEITT of the STATE CF CECEGIA, will \J t'eirees DufHe'ds" best Sugar] wide, Blond Edgings Zephyr Lace and all other articles ,'
I WILL se1! on the first fondlY in December next, t Havana Plan, Single :,umLeJ!. : ctred Hams, appertaining to this"department of-a Ladies
before the Court,h,ase ilo-r, in the city cf Talla- CALL. ] 1 Tcirce Sugar cur ,1 Sucked Beof. toilet. BUTLER A DENHAM.
La 5ee, the Plautalion belonging to the estate of Dr. 30,000 TICKETS-3.2SC PRIZES. 1 Beef Tongues, March U,'L'1. 11 '...

James Wbitthcad. Thia place U four lrs\\rth of Amounting to $215,200. -I, 0) nbl Mess Pork. -I .. .f.
TaUahawe, en Lake Jackson, it containing twtntyt : 20 Rectified Whiskey) '*:
((22,00)) hundred acres <.f best quality Oak and Prizes Payable Without Deduction. 1 CO Superfine Flour. "NEW WHEAT," Sea Island Cotton Gins: '
ll'ckorv laud about oue-halfdearcd find under cultivation. I 40 Plant" Extra Flour, FEW of BALL'S JJIPRO VXD PATSNT
the buLiuce iu woods. The improvements ANDERSON .t SON Managers, I 1 Hhd. choice Brown Sugar, A SEA ISLAND COITOX GINS.fur sale i by
SucC'hi'l'rli to J. F.
Wixrfcit .
d. Manager.Our .
g'o ] by the last 1 prime the subscribers-deliverable at Tallah&sse or Newport.
ComforthWe Dwelling and all necessary out Ilouf5c3, 3 Bbls. Lard, Price $125. 1
Lotteries draw Macon elegant as
Ga. Small Schemes
Gin lliu.e. Screw, Barns, Com Houses Overseer's ( ) l consisting: 4 Teirces Rice.I These GINS have given great satisfaction to all
and in
house,and, Cabins t.> acc.Jmmudate one hundred nepoes. every ,Ga.LargcSchcmes( ) BM. White Beans who have heretofore had them.' ..*,
about the 15th of JQuDth.CLASS .
; all trained and in good repair. Personswishing: every cluths, 5 Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel McNAUGHT i ORMOND.

to examine tim placeiil! apply! to Mr. G. M. Greenon ce 15 Bags Rio Coffee, Newport, August 81857. .32 .
on the pr.mies. Terms made known on the day of B Baskets 1st quality "Ht'il i Chnmpal,"
!. Kale.! DIUW OCT. lorn, 1857, AT j. 2 Bbls. Old M.-mniij/ahila Whiskey, Tallahassee SashandJ1fndFACTOa. -
JOHN B. WHITEHEAD, Ert'r. I 1 Bbl. Old Peach Brandy,
Sept. 1?, 1857. SS-tds [Scat copy. and China 1 Lard Oil, ;; ,
Under lite JSicoi n Snjtrrlnttndeiicc of :3 Casks Ale in piuts! THE DJehii ncd adopla_this method'ri'Dfarming.'
W. R. Symons and J. M. Prentiss, Esqs. 100 Sacks yult. public, that he nas recomineoced the above
i NEW GOODS. ---- with a For sale by R. H. BERRY. business in tin city oT lallohassee. and would be.
OUR STOCK<>t Merchandize bj ll.e R. H Gam CAPITALS of ?60.1), 20000. $10,000, $5.000 ,- in dress August 22. 1867. 34 pleased to receive the'pitron.tga of)hi Jriends.- Shop
'r is now in store ready to be disposed of- ( 4000. ?2000, 3 Prizes of f 1000, 5 of 8500, 100 Bnlliantee, __. u.___.. __ at the Rail Road Depot. L W.j BO WEN.
The ssv/ituient ill general, atid unnecessary of speci- of$100, 100 of60, WOO of *80 and 75. Approximation A-e. John Bl l's CompoundFLUID March 7. '57. 10 -,

prizM arnlunting3'j60 I .
Q.. ,. Groceries. Croclerv Hardware, WluAe Tickets $10, Halt ex $:, Quarters $2,50. EXTRACT eIG A P Q -A LARGE lot jut M-
Liii Notions Cluthiug, Boots, OIl --- OF SARSAFAHILLA .\-ltO. calved by. .i -
Sboe, Hats,
Oar prices are moderate, and a reduction made to any other. Combining all the me'l cal virtues of Burdock.Yellow March 21, '57. 12 "- .
ct purchasers. All are invited to call and exam- 50 Saws, I Dock, Daudehou, pure Honduras Sarsaparilla and
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at Wild Bark is the mOlt Blood
:u. them. T. HAYWARD t SON.Sept. par. at New Cherry potent Purifier Corn'1 .
Checks on New York remitted for prizes. next. iii the known world For the cure of Scrofula, Rheumatism .
4 1 19. 1857. S8-8t Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Packages Gout, Dropsy, and all Cbionio Diseases, it nnjl BUSHELS CORN for sale by .
of Tickets has no equaL 1UUU HOPKINS & MEGINNJSS.
GARDEN SEEDS toANDERSON & SON, Managers. Columbus, --- Mareh2t57. 12 ". .
Dutch Turiti Macon or Savannah, Ga. Agents A Jftdicinc to be handed down to posterity at a blesing 1
"pUTABAGA.RrdTop.snd Early -
Sept 19, 1857. S8pTAAA [ copy. to the human family. Gloves Hosiery & HdkfiC
nip seed together with Cabbage Beet, Radish, ,.
aud 01 her Seed for Great Internal & External LADIES', Hia ts.OlntIeweIll', and Boys'Hose .

FAIL PLANTING, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES Just Received Bark R. H. Gamble. t)UUU be sold at wholesale prices. This is the B.EJMDY'of Buck. Thread nod .w1o Gloves .. .
per District,
For sale by AMES & LIVELY. cheapest and best lot of Watches ever before offered ) DB. JOHN BULL'S KING. PAIN English Twilled,Silk and Lioeo Cambric Hdkf..
Sept. 18, Ifc57. 38AJRESH to the public. A gift in Jewelry worth from f 1 to l } I* warranted to curs the following diseases,to wit":- Landing per Sampson,4od fox...bTMcNAUQHT. _
J f 12 will be gi'en with very watch in proportion to Cholera Bowel Complaints, Dysentary, Weak Stom ORUOND & CO. "

its value. Being desirous of introducing our goods f are here. ach. Genert Debility, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, A pri1 I .!?. ,.: 16 '_ -t 9.
Water. prominently to the public in order to meet with this suit Chill*and Fever, Rheumatism in its worst form, severe -r. : I

": supply,just leceived and (or Kale by quick. ready. and cish tales, we have adopted this at Tallahas Bums, Asthma Pthisic, Bruiser Sores, Wane of Just Received from': L.Yj
AMES A LIVELY.Congress method for their disposal. We sell and to Action in the Kidneys, Piles, RiD'IVOtmIJ. Painter's -

Sept. 19. 1857. 88 Composition Verge, open face, at $C 00 Fine Silver Lepine, 8 00" 9 00 day of Tumors Swellings Cuts, Scald", Scrofula or 'King's OARS. <
M Hunt case, 12 00 Evil, Scarlet Fever, nnd all Pains and PAches i in -Atto- ,
Ladies Dress Goods. Lever, Heavy Hunt, [i_ a.] whatever form they may appear. This medicine baa A few dozen GERMAN BITTERS. *. '

LATEST Fall and Winter styles of new and bean Case, 15 00 18 00 Peace. been before the public about three years, and baa re BUTLER & DEMtLAM. *
Stripe and Bayadere Robes of Silk, Fine Siver English Patent Lever lieved more suffering in I that time than all other simi. June 27. 67. gg --. : -

Poplins and DeLaioe Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries Hunt ease, 25 00 30 00 lar preparations combined. For aale at Da. JOBS
,Ac,just received by Heavily Gold Plated Lever, 24 00 : Buti'a Sarsaparilla Depot, in Louisville and New French Flowers? .- 'J:.
HODGKISS, SCOTT A POOLE. Gold Anchor open face, |21 00 24 00 28 00 York. '
Sept 19, 1857. 83 Lever, Hunt case, 30 00 ex 37 00 ARTIFICIALS. } C.. h*. ..
Dr. John Bull'lComJlOuad
beautifully BY Express nar feceivwl l utirttlaasof t >.
Boots & Shoes. engraved, 45 00 1857 Pectorial of Wild Cherry, certain cure of the above, elected i in New York from
Gold English Patent Lever, beau- for Coughs, Colds and all diseases of the Throat and the latest Enropeaa importation. exprr ly 'for,tf.m
by Exi *
RECEIVING from the Gamble a tiful engraved 60 00 ress. Lungs market. BUTLER DNRAM.
P'ih.I 6f BOOTS & SHOES ,I Gold English Patent Lever, beautiful by far the Sold by AMES i LIVELY. Tallahassee. Mareh 14, -67. 11 .<
of every variety and descriptioa engarved, extra, 60 00 70 00 Principal Offices-Louisville and New York; -c L ,"
Sept 19, 1857. 38 Magic Watches, -80 00 ", .groceries. ,
Gold English Patent Lever, and offer on $25 REWARD.iRAN OQ BBLS.SUOA&"vaitonqualitp: .* .

Hats &. Caps. Magic Watches 90 00 100 00 if you.wish AWAY from the subscriber,near lladi- -6O !0sacksOOPPZE 1 ,. ".' '. ,
Any of the above watches, together with a gift, C.H,a man named THORN Bntter. Pilot Bread Cracker..Barlrr. ".
MA FINE aaor.ment of flATS Fall by postage. catalogue aged 23 years weighs about 180 pound eane.Tobsee ; WinJJoqaon. **.- \ i
and Winter
StylesHODGKISS SCOTT & POOLE. giving full particulars,'willl! be tent on application to rather light complected, broad face has a smile when .Ale and Porter..Vinegar" giuc(" -
Sept 11 1657. OiO. DOWNING & CO, ; : spoken to, and down look leg sonwwbtt crooked Pickles hp.Sod&Shot Leid OiI.4
: ,_ 28 No. 83 South Third Street, Philadelphia. inclining; together, and is about 8 feet 9 inches high. A fall s upply of aU artielea'b' thla.liae; .; -.
N. Newspapers throughout the country, by 0 .' -i
Said Boy was:formerly owned Judge Chase of Mon- .
Boys & Gents giving this advertisement six insertions, will receivo ticello'and has'probably made hi. way to'(hat place, MoNATJGHT, OR2if 1'I'D 4, ';: ,.;.

PALL & WINTER CLOTHING. w payment a superior double other pointed gold Pen and or to Newport where h. has acquaintance. The above ..N''pot.Maich1. 1'1"_ _.',. .r'1" < ,, .
worth LL -
$5 of
case ,or any Jewelry ". tame reward will be paid for bit apprehension. in.
CALL and we our Stock. It i.l larg e and well se- value payable on tbe receipt of the' first copy containing formation thankfully.received. Any. Gontl men'Sw! l\\;,'
the advertisement. O. D. A Co. .
.K.PEACOCX'. .:'if ": '. .
Sept. 19, 1857. 18 Y .:, .
_Sept.11jg57.- 38Ptatioioods_____ Madisoa, August.1 5, 1857.. &X CLOTHJ GFSiSSffiSprfe' :' '"

] & 'Pouiid1pO : -Just, Received,. -. ;

GROCERIES.. N Sunday tbe 6th intUot* on: th. Tbonuuvflle.' PER 'tJ. ,G.ANPERSOlY." l '-' :t

B KgETS, Kerwyi, lattjv Plaimeb Road;Within z'milTa1Jaba'feo. a x : ', .J.. .'CTt1,7".; 11fp,',;. J '" .. t.r..J".f'I' XAJ7. ',, .O- : '1t .d..1..
t. *W.Sb. tng SbJrtang U1.P1aa- ; .AHBORTYEroFT : : t7'; ; O

Mnool .&lM_Its Stock of QROCE. The ownerbjttormg property, paying for lib ; : : ; : 8-ADi, '. I3LE *t ES jutt JfMliy l and- the finder, have the : R'l h'
bting ber.Qiznb!. and HenW- dverUs tneot, awarding can : ;; JL/ Steel Sprbg Skeleton SKrU;Setta BrU ..Slirt. i .
r.. i'bY :
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: I'OLE.. y-applying PO. \<*rp9fBUTtER ..DuA-: .H, 'trs
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Tit jRndian & Journal TUB HOST -1- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. 'THOMS WHITE -rAii'e
jMbthbtd mrj SATURDAY, by F}fCT, nBdmismed bVgs leave to inform lie eiti- -

JAMES S. JONES"Ei>rros &PKOFRIETOH, CHEAPER'THAN- THE oI Tallahassee and viocinity. tbat he baa IV/rAKUFAOTURER? CoFFer tnJ Siet lr*t

At Two DOILA&S pir ahnsm, !a advance. opened a carriage shop in this p'aee joining 1V1 Ware, and dealer in til kinds *f Plain the and etItens Fancy VERMIFUGE
Tin Wares, taktt pleasure in informing
&) Brokaw's Llrery Stables, Tallahassee ted the snrmuccIingeouDtr3. that be Is XJCB

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ztis uholt oiJit in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Oroner, DOW prepared to wait on nil that wish to patronize LITEH PILLS.
One square ci 12,or less, first insertion, $1 00 f'\ REATEST where bale 5 prepared to do all sleds of work in his him in his line of business. He also tender Liz thank _
*' each subM }arnt 60 VJT Century of line, at the shortest notice and on the most to his friend, and the public generally for the very Two of tb* best Preparation* of
Professional Business Cards inserted at$10 per COUNTERFEIT REASONABLE TERMS, liberal patronage with which he ha heretofore been Ati
annnm.Adret.-- favoied, and be tape that a continuation of the same
.ena iU not marked with the number of Describing Every such as carriage painting and trimming; making new will be granted him. They :are not recommended
in 'ertion will be continued until forbid. and charged Exhibiting at a J buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Oaring He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all

accordingly.jSPC felt in procured a first rate aorta of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his as Universal

of publication of legal or estate Arranged so admirably Carriage Painter and Trimmer, line of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron,
jolievs will not be given until the advertising fee is EASY and Sheet Zinc Cistern Pumps, Cure-alls but
Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipea; ;
from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do simply for
paiJ. articles tom ntiod -
this kind of work as well and it) the latest style, as it and a great many other too numerous what their

tw" No Index to 1 caa be done at the North ; name .
BLACKSMITHING up But so simplified All those who bare this kind of work to do, and TO BUILDERS. pur
Merchant, Banker and wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting
t a Glance. satisfaction, wcrld do wettto call Pipes '- -N1 "PHE firm of BROKAW & onWM.. KTJHNS. work-man-like manner and style, and tbebeit ma VERMIFUGE
JL FITT3 having been dissolve It; has taken yeai s May 2, '67 18 terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms for
-- { old eust *iiers and the public generally, that he has GREAT Piano Fortes. business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend from

made arrangements with D. 0. Wilson by which he The cnrent necessity himelf any further to the public as regards the human
takes the sbnp formerly oeupkd by him, under the been felt bf Commercial are prepared to furnish Piano his capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same time he system, has
firm l lished to supply the call j c"-"r-tz v Fortes, of the very best quality, assures all that favor him with a call, good work and also been
ofH. B. Fitts & Co. and needs but to be upon the most liberal teiWa1. cheap prices. I administered
They are second to none in any country either as known
Patronized. It does } Having removed from the old stand formerly
and is now prepared to execute all work done intbeir tempted by men. Jgf1 to quality or price. as White Slusser, he will be found at his stand corncr with the most satisfactory
line business, viz: Note in three Different Every Instrument will be warranted. of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to wait
horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing I EXJ3LIS1J ( ) lilLES NASH i CO. oil all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. results to various animals
and February 23, 1856. 8 1655. ISMAMJKACTUIZCK
Carriages Bug Dec. ,
Tliue Each ad the
fl mav r<
Plantation work of subject to Worms.
tries, Olive Oil.
fcf-ry atscnption, Tr.ats.-1 he paper SUPERIOR article for Table Just WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, The
inches i and will contain A PILLS for
1ill Irons and repairing same IroiingVa\
ceived by AMES A LIVELY. cL11zL1aa.: e 0, ,
Not List PTogether ibliehecl.
gans and Carts, with the April 5. 2S56. ____14_. OF Corr RTiN ASD SHEET the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT

an J iu fact every other diseripti of work made of Also a Flower Jars. IRON WAIU:, VI'IIOLESALE AND RETAIL

ourselves Iron nJ Steel to execute all of at which th shortest we WARRAXT.notice.aud pledge All the Private 4 LARGE assortment Flower Jars, various Si- DEALER ix FANCY AND JAPANNED all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS -

A Co'uplcte J\. ze% Just received and for ale by WARE.
II. B.
Feb. H, 18:7. 7-ly Yfl'TS.r and America will be AME3 i LIVELY. Stove ? SICK HEADACHE -
ion, together will all the April 5, 195it. 14
d ay. Also F SPLENDID assortment of Cookicg Parlor 8cc.Purchasers.
Notice. India Rubber Belting. and Wood Stove*, trimmed with ueatuess

,- LIE ua lersijne'l has made arrangements with H I I From an Old Manuscript | A LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belting, of tnt. and durability, at reduced prices. will please

i B. Fills to take charge of his Blacksmith Ship no where else to be : two, three and four ply warranted fully equal Out Door Work. be
*n.l ian-K awl Hciis.' fur the new firm, the patron I p eared in print, and to Leather, and 75 per cent cheaper; iu fact considered Roofing. Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering. Cop particular to ask for
age of his oil customers. D. C. WILSON. History of by those who have tried them,superior to Leather per and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet
Feb. H.1S57. -- 7-ly All sizes, from 4 to 14 Inches wide, constantly" Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -
on hand by LADD. of every variety done at short notice. i
WANTED "n.l described the Most >r ; Newport, Oct. 18. 18SC. 42 VERMIFUGE
500 AGENTS i which the Ladies and City and Country merchants I and

A HOMESTEAD FOR 810 i have been so often f.unt] Town Property for Sale. Are respectfully invited to give me a call before pur LIVER PILLS

continue throughout the t undersigned offers at private sale, the follow chasing elsewhere. prepared bye
T'HE K"B.. All articles mar.ufactued from the
THIKD DIVISION. 1 the Most Ertert ia described 23T very
P rove : property, known as the Jratis i Lots,
$310,000 Worth of Farms and Building- Public.: 1 1J viz: Lots Jfo. 3, 25, 27. 30, 48, 140. 141, 142, 143, best material and warranted durable. No other arti )"
Fairiahe-l ; 144, 220' 227. 235 239,240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 246, le will be offered for sale. QoS..
LOTS I -Si a ycstr. All If'Un I 248, 246, 250, 252, 253. 254, 256, 257, 258, 268, all October 20,1855. 42
IX TKC G01.D LGt"X Of CVI.. EW30.., VISfiTSM, JOHN in the plan of the city of Tallahassee. ; -- ----- SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
Wines Syrups &c. .
rTX) be liri ieJ 1t3.itbg-.t 1 10.20: ) s-il-sorilvr": on the :- J i -ALSO-

?1 10d 7th rfi r.f; cr-15 December'ri !.a.f 1557..i-iwn.tJicrrttondeliverj-SabiCiifM'mrs: O.VJ.T I M.-.uli 21. 1P57 70 \ Lots ]S\M. 1, 2, 3, I, f, t fi, 7, iu dnia'y' qr. I I IA OLD Otard Port,Brandy, Old Sparkling Port Juice r,, j Pa. and take no

oFt!) Drr. Err 9-iWribr wiH :ot a BvllinjL't | l L s o- J Madeira, Cherries, ; other there
or a t'uim. r'e: in value fr.wu .S1U t>' >25. 0t.Tuese NEW Lot* X"P. 4. 12. 13. 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 | Sherry, Sardines, i as are various
lri3 ai I L->t*; s- ,!h! s > ciis; ip to i.xluce ; (G'; i tiSiutli! i County quarter. Sparkling Gchtije, Preserved Quince?, other
acltleaiait*. H sviiHoH.u! i ui r t> k.>g jTVt'l. the : r r The r.lxivc k--ribed pmpeity formeily! belonged j Flavoring Extracts, IVars, preparations now
increase in the v..'uc f f wlA-h will '-',nvnsate i ; f>r the JOHN !j ; j ji to ( oc. !!nvn.. FWfuilher infonr.Atimi, and terms, j jwhiih Yeast I'ovJers, Taraancds, t before
? the
apparent'(>* pine r.o.v n-.keJ. Up ar iof 1350 i: ) : 1! ) I will; he libeial; : app'y la A. Perry Aniaktr, Esq., Spanish Olives, Spices, public, purporting
Its: are already stii-5, wml a fOi ipuiy .f#. ttlris: rolled ; ; Attnmcv at Lu'v, lallliaei'. i Corn Starch 1'jckles.
"Tbe ll-ipjj.ii.4..iji! ok As t>i 1.j;i H is i o'v ; Dealer in Ready ( i i \i ; l [ ; 1 : : CHARLES P. MANNING. Worcestershire) isasce, Salad Oil, to be Vermifuge

formii au'i -1!J s '..i c arjie .i -tit42Ot. Ample Until sold, the above property will be Or rent. English Mustard, Capers,
stcuritr will bt2ivcn for tio. fiit'iful ierf.rm..nr4L.f > ; Gfnllcnicn's; ; I A. PERRY AMAKEB.: I Claret, Cocoa and Liver Pills. All

C"ntrac :in 1 { .i-iiiies.: Nvjily 45000 nor. s of : ;; February 10, 1850. 7-tf AMES t LIVELY.
T am nois rccicin,<* }, / ? January i 5 1856. others in
Ian I. ii Ji.fn's.J j p iU- ct Virginia, r.ow at c.n'oan.1at I comparison
: v.ill be tolJ to >cttl rs at ir.i-n ?!. up I Iwr t:, 3)1) ; ply of" Cloths, (:( .'' \ Cod Liver Oil.
Kcre *"iot" <' i. ij6cV t> / w.l in a-l car !; ( : I j'Ris1[ & PURE of the celebrated Bran.ii" liek' ;: ORANGE SPRING | with Dr. MCLANE'S
giv n. Vi'w j cotter*. o>..uei-. lie., ire 'n. : Every: (Color) ) ) i ] giman Clark t Co., t Rushtr-n's. ) are
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ted and 5''0 AGENTS tchtpin tub-.riihi.rp. to *h m iclti'h I axi: prepared IVr Mile! bv AMES t LIVKLY Male & Female Seminarv ; worthless.
the most libora! ij"JuccHitr.ts wilJ be siveii. Sonic- ; : April. IfaSfl.' H rPUl-l: titu.-ition: cf ttm} Institution ia at one of the j
Agents write they ate' mikinir, jiJOO per ci-fj'-b. f tshjjak x! ;i f, "n I J- finest Sulphur Springs in the cuntry, and ;ia un- The GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge
Fur full particnbrs, Subscripti'-na. Av"iic5 Ac, apply i AND .\ : ; Drugget, Carpeting and Hearth surpassed! fur be:,!th. Ii n easy of acc-2& for steen
U E. HAUDCR. I boat ni.J a few hc rs taini.g.iic ; .
i Rugs.A and Liver
Port Ciroline Co., Va. j : ,,
August 15, 1537 23 1 A LAiir.; AVIvni.i.. i I i FIXE LOT Prn3se two and three Ply Wool and I;aided t i.i.uiji.n by a iu of rAjnriiruiru assistants ui iwemy will years. **-'

-_ i / ; II I j jI C.rpttir:! Also! a few pieces Wool and Cotton his whole lime corps to the competent iuroveraent of hi,,pud1s.devote Pills can now be had at
I IC..n9L.ting da, .inJ tine Hearth and for eale
lings Drugget, nirht
The third session will
DENTISTRY.s; ef every i at D.LADD.Newrvtoct commence Monday, January ail!!
12 l8)7. For Drug
i as Cloaks. Talma C t particular. address,
DR. T. J. OUR LEE, i wl-icrh will be ti!i9)oeI of t. 18. 185(5.( P.. ANDERSON, Pnndrcf.Xov. Stores.

"\T7ILLco..tiuu?. in future, the prai-tlce cf DEN AIt', a ianp lot cf Plain I I 20, lS5o. 43
VV TISTRV, in S.>uti! Georgia.; anJ XiMle ai-i j J'i-lersiliirts.Crarci; ?, S'<-> j FLEMING BRO'S
EistFlril. He ts had s( Vfral yfars practicalxpe- | Those d-sr! :% r. thoi;-.& } I t ( \ IVI' '. rotire to Iiis fiinfl9 anti l pat Mary J. Hump. Coiupl't.. ) In Chaucery.r ' iii the pr ffSeK j, tin* last thee: if vl.ieh! hs n*sm itlr'-t< '= Hv: *:'; '. :; ". : 1 1 \ T iiIf'> '. I I. ;M now in p() 9< .*5iMi idr f I Ijll N. WU' an'1 j I In Lta 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, Pi'
been in th se s vti'-n >f co-;:.*! His wurk is tJ! the i tides !,:ti ivnl >ctivl l I I tin hi. I :r: .rovj-mentsin Dent'stry. Joseph [ cr-c&ty, Sole
most bca'itif-il auJ duiablt CMI a>:ter and Patlif.'l.: :i t' sjK-ri..1. r-v ;.< ; 1st, lb'Straftlon dl Tt without producing j Eveline Hume, William!: Hi:'no j Proprietors.l .
is groarjnteeJ iu cvt-ry Ji. All t-jn.r.u.ieiU"a3: snt l Moutictllc*. TI;!.. -s-ill I I in r.p}.l!ciii .vi nntSoial freezing mixture to the furt of Jesse Hume, deceased. J No. 111. Charters $t. New Orletcs
A'4! 1 appearing t the Co-t: by afTHavit of B. General V.'I.otsr! ft the Southern States, t
receive fltt ;ni-ja as jooa as previous v gcnn, ( THROUGH $ 1 until fully bfirimbtThe; \ inrra.Jittrerton of IT F. 8gect r
i Vintner, LVcj thnt the -.aid huf..t tJefendaata I whom or Jers must be addressed.S .
will: permit. j :i Tempi i rarStt, ozi (Jutta Perch:.. which can be ,
i( .-l. .9 i ? i wnni tiith coruiort, an.l I ease till the 0 urns ?!e fully Evfelice Hume, Wiliiain Hume and JeseiaHume, reule <.ldby Ames A Lively. E. Barnard. Jr.. Mile
.. prepared for a permanent Set then inserted .- beyond the jiirw.JicJi"3! of this Court, and beyond Nash 7. K p E s E: 77 c i: s : t tIIox. :. J- ; I that beautiful plan called continuous; Gum, which on th- limits ufthis State, but wihui: the Uniteti States : ; Gardner & Hills Newport ; W. T. Carpenter

J. L. SrwARp, ) so much worn ami admired, for bt-auty,strength, and are It is .''rdvrt'l that said defendants appear and answer A Ci... WHtikeenuh ; ilosely 4 Pope. Madison
Hox. P. 1 E.: Lowe Th.nasvj:1.: Os.T I d'-aiiHness.! the bill oa or before the first M"nJuy in October next. Palm-r t Bro.. Monticello. S "Puesen.! HonticelloV.
114)x. \IT" Iit-i. T-. .._.__ !_ '- : t May 31, lSG. 22Notice. otbc-rwise the Complainant's Bill shall be taken as \ Rogers ct Co. CLattahoocLee; Baltrell & "WMge
BrW.. E! !IAftTOY! f'IIOX. **-k. Milicn and confessed : J'rovIJtJ. That this order be published on. Mananna- NIcholson i ZeWer, Bainbridge, Gs.

.J. C. McsJllEC, I ,v r. pi : once a week for four months, immediately preceding D. II. Dickinson, Bainlrio'ge ; E.Seixa,,Thomaifile!
CCL. B. C. Por-E. J JL.zaO:>. ia. | U. S M ; i t the said rule day; in October, in some newspaper published Ga.

'aE?(. 3!. WHIT rfaiiTii. At fcatur, Fla. SIX ir. ,r.tljs after late, ihe ucdeisigned will pre in (lie City of Tallahassee. February 21, 1857. 8-ly _
N. B.-Da. Cca LEE wii! !I..; iu Qaincy during the j thi-ir :lcoun! tinl: vouchers to the Houorn Ordered at Chambers, this the twenty first day
latter part (the preseut v<-fk. '! Lfiircs Milhm i : { ?.' .1 tide of IVi'bate: for the C'V.iity cf and of May, A. B. 1857.J. J\JOCLG& cto :iiiiiroiyTALLAHASSEE

Aprit 25, '57. 17 u'cluck, 7., m.Leaves ak for a tjnnl settlement and disfharce from the administration WAYLES BAKER, Juige. FLORIDA,
of the estate of Cuineliud late of May 23, 57. 21-4-n
( 'hfiliahwlier i ( English, 2 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
I Kftiil lccaseil. a ccor Jinn1 tu law.
BROADWAY GOLD PEN j ila'/'x (iflrr, flv c ( I! ) ; : JOHN G. SMITH. ) Noticc.S I DRUGS AND MEDICINES.

ilanufacluriDiT Co. !! Apnlaehii-'jhi! aiifl (ii \ WM II GUW 3 J-Aum rs. detouisuon. Perfumery. Dyestuffs, Surgical InstrnmenU,

i see, FA/! and July, l-57. 7- n IX Mouths after date I shall present my final accounts Spices, Snuff, Windows Glass, Painta,
333 BKODVAY NBW YORK, j IV GOOD \ ( and vouchers to the II JO. Judge of Probate Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
thrii, G o1.1 i i Attachment.arnard of Leon county, as executor of the estate of and Glass Ware Patent Medicines
ARE now selling FpleiidM Pf-ns Ptn- j rfc *HS! LSHC: ia IM \V in John Ciok deceased late of said ,
ami Pen C.ae4 at the Lowest Retail Price-1' i JSt -k ba l j : ; county and ask to Fine Soaps, Fin Tooth, Pure Wines and Brtndies'
; >ocn rcn i Barnard Jr. ) In Justices bo THOS. J.
discharged. ROBERTS
fur the Ext'r.April .
and Hair Brushes
aul l each purchaser Draws a i; t.-iL'o Il.ick': The ) l ; > ; for Medicinal,purposes.
\ i i. [ l Second District of Leon Co., 18, 57. 16-6m
Paint Brushes F
I'ItEM ZUM-P REM I comm.PIltinZ. A Isljoral : ; ccv Articles
IIM-PREMi UM I : Nathaniel White. ) Attachment for ?22 38.100
1o&t1 to c.cli ; I ; ; I Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.
of from 50 cents to ?1COO n scnirA ''I lIE defendaut and all others interested, are here.L Livery and Sale Stable They have r ently received a La g. and Fntrvpplyvevery \

As vx>n a*a Pen or Prncil i is purchased, the Prcrr.ium : 1 1 ; l.y notified of the nimeiieenieiit of this suit, variety of articles! usually kept hy
is ddirerchl immediately. C K ]: : ; retiminbk' to a Jirsticc's Court to Le held atTullahai- IFI1E undersigned gives no- druggists. Planters and Physicians will always find
At Milton. l 1 see. 12th day October, A. D. 1857, and to appear JL Lice, that he has purchased at this eiic.blibhmcnt a full supvly everjthicg ace
LIST Or PENS AND THE EETAIL WUCt. : i Orneva, il.i., ; ; and plead to the same. tie Livery Stable of. ded. and t>n the most liberalUrnr.s
G0L1 Pcns. v .. ..'. .. .1 23 and Campbd'on, : ; I I 1 : i ; j Given under my baud and seal this 24th day of William II Newsora. in Tallahassee together with the Orders fri-ni the Country premplyofilled andcati fse
( EflgrF4Iig rIr. . 2 f) ( j \I1riLInPt: ; I July, A. I). 1857. good will of thc'establishment, and that be ia now lion iruarauteed, with regard both prices and quail
Slyer Ex. Huldon. . 2 SO Cliattahoochpo EDWARD M. WEST. [L. s.] prepared to carry ou the business in all its branche*. til'bysiei4n's prescription arefully compounded.
Silvc-rDbl.Ex. HoMcr S 75 P.i>=cii4ei3 tan be Justice of the Peace. aud promises the pi'blic with good accommodations Also. Eppang's compound fluid Extract of BnchttJaa
*' llarnmotl 5 00 4 (II) security and with comfort j July 23. 1857. 303mNotice iu his line on reasonable ternm. 6, 18516a
leviathan f; 2.r ; : !, RICHARD SAUSDERS.
Fountain Pen G..ld Dek II..Mrr. 3 7.rHamVh 3 ]'. N. B-James T. Herring is mv duly authorized Turpentine Farm for Sale.
(I A .,x 'r 25 May c 957. agent, and baa entire control of the business, representing
lxTi'n G1 l Pen. G'ld Desk HolV A C 25 : - Months after date the me ns fully as if I was personally prceent. 1iIO2 Sale about eleven hundred acres of land, together
undersignad, adminis
Gothic Case SIX L. with a small farm and improvement*,and
s5ilvr nnd Cold L'n. 3 75JIam'oth (10 Valuable of the estate of RICHARD SAUNDERS.
; ; J Mary A. Bezeau, deceased,
= will be sold at a bargain, inquire of
Go'ic Silv'r Ca ft'ld "
A Pen 0 2. Sep.6,1858 36Notice
5 do ; late of Le'n county, will present his final and
Gold T H>th Piek .. .. . 2 50 FOR ; ; vouchers to the Honorable of accounts JOHN H. RHODES or A. P. FULLET.
Judge Probate of raid
Wakulla. Fhx
Oeruber4. 1656. 40
I. 44 and Ear Pick..3 75 (14 I [IIE nnJersignwl f couaty, and ask to be discharged. ,
( (.ld Wa'h Key.TiTUi Pick Pi-nl 3 75 3 4o t JL lr.te
Ladkb'" Gold U Pencils" .. .. .. 2 60 ii" 2 dO sale until the first ; ; July 2.5, 1857. 306mVermifuges SIX months md after vouchers date,to I shall the Hon.present Judge my of final Probate ac- Insolvent Estate Notice.
375 3 the following property : STATE OF FLORID J
I lor Jefferson county, as admini trator of the estate of
5 00 4 do county, 'in B ijsry (lot ci i l JEFFERSON COUNTY fTTTil.
4. an.l Pen. . 6 25Genfs' do ; jninhi John B. W Ayles B. Lord, late of said county, deceased, and ask
Gold Cases and Pen.. . .10 00 8 do c.ritdring 1700 acres, ff\ DOZEN Fabnestocks Vermifuge, fur & discharge from said administratorship. H. ANDREWS, sheriff and administrator
M .. Alm'oth izc2VTc lU18 WM. R. LORD, Admt'r. 1' T ei officio of the estate of David Woolf.late of
: o 1 0 (JJ of \\ Ifii'h there are 500 McLnnes I'f '
April 11, 57. 15 6m Jefferson county deceased, baa filed! in the Probate
warrant all Gold Pens -
onr be Diamond .. 06 f Ja
I'uln :> 1')O of well timbered ] nes Tonic office of Jefferson
teJ,and not surpassed by any tablishraent in tin- 1;ot, i well improved and l 24 Perry's Dead Shot for Worms, be believes the county a written suggestion that
estate of David Wool fa to be insolvent.
state*, and heuJes given you a Pen or Pciu-il wll I lar; ', c"mnvnluinan notice is
Thereupon, given to all
corl.l) four cioaey. we als<> presect you with Gift? ICT -siJenco dseeaFe-l.. l i Santonin, Worm Seed Oil, &e.AMES. LL persons having demands against the estate of claims persons having
against said estate to and file the
wctLf Vora 50 cento to 61.000 in appear same
!Iy from Gre'ii '. Cut / A LIVELY. Mary M. Townsend, late of Leon county, deceased with the Judge of Probate of said county, on or before
GOLD WATCfltS GOI.n Pa.. .a.J. April 1157. 15MuUet will take notice that
Cf3RD AX3 I'tSI CJI'IXS.G they must present them the 12th day of December next, when there will
<-J Lockets. Dwm d rir.s. Cameo Mts, Gold ; to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time bo a p-o-rata distribution of the funds belonging to
Stud*. Hiu-rs. Hicu-t PitiB. Si.vcr Fruit aiJ A wtlT impi.jv/ ;' .: ; prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar said estate, amongst the creditors thereof: at which
Cake B.iskt-ti, Silrtr GoUpp>7 fcr bit
44 GE.YTS-.1 aix7CR4VTS: ccnt'iining 170< tcrc.;. ;: 1 j 1 r> BBLS. MULLET, for sale at a reduced price estate are hereby notified to make immediate pay final discharge from the administration of said esUto
Ic by D. 0. meat thereof to the undersigned.
-.con-ii.JcraMc tun t WILSON.
is lift t rnean-l lire I is tlc ,
ow ci2tuc to tn: ke JIny 23, 57. 21Notice LYMAN SMITH, Admt'r. Judge of Probata.

11.000-S-5,000-?3.0f'0' -J5.COO August 29, 1856. S5-8w March 't, 'S't. 10 9m

per! yar.. in the Pale of Gold Pent .Icwdrr, tc., .t 250 acrfR. more or less. [ --

We oitVr a LiUen! c .nr.skqi? to Lcx-al and Trav Uic'.itnond! BatL tract, in ( rpHE undersigned. Executor, of the last Will ard Notice.ALL Circular Saws.

e'ir 'Affonta. and trl ve tLera Cretlit on One Half t.llsolJ. prvcr..r.t. I testament of Willium Gorman deceased, late of persons having claims or demands of what
A %; ht tind ngreeable; busincsfl, ad nb&ve all A Gadsden county, gives notice to all having nature a aint the estate of Roderick K. WELCH
a gkd i-ayjn lia Ajeitrantrd in all parts A Lot at.? Riebmonil chums or demands against said estate persons to Shaw, doceased, late Oadstlen county, Fla., are no Saws, from 42 to 54 inches size, con
tf the country. A Citul] < cc.ntainii.g a List of neat in1e! story Dv.1hrg t ( them,, properly fiuther.ticated.: within the timo present pre titled to present them to the undersigned adrumistra stantly for sale at a co mission on manufacturer'sprices

Goods with fall Explimti- of terms to Agents mil known ns the Trowbrhlj"; : sciiheo by law, or they will he barred ; and all tboce tor of said esUte. within the time presciibed by law. by December D. LADD.
be s uttHi application,&<*. Allorders will be prompt If not )pi eviouly indebted are requested to make payment immediately. nr this notice will be plead in bar thereof; and those Newport, 20,16 5 8. 81
ly HtlwiJcJ t-. siJ those icndiiig up money by mail will bo a'llI] ] at %/ () ROBERT GORMAN, F'r.Amruut indebted to said estate are requested to make pa/ -:Burninv Phud -I
wr l rtxiivc such g-KvIs ns they order by iho return tion 'it Tnllaliassco, at. 15, 1857. 33-8w meat immediately. :
mail or .Address all orders to.MERR1C1I fuitl .>r'nf.) niatipn, apply July 25, 1857. 308wNotice for sale by AMES & LIVELY.

BEXTON i DEAN, HEAD. personally, nt : Attachment.Thomas January 31/1857. 5

335 Broadway, N. T. to lain at Berzelia. ; t White 1 In Justices Court, for the Second ,
N. B.-Gold Pens William BuclJ, Administrator 'ofV.
re-pointed in
Enclose the Pen and thirty-nine cents unperior in P. 0. Stamps.manner. JOHN THOMAS R. I ICUARLES Nathaniel trn. White. )}. Debt District$21 24nPHE nf Leon County, SIX Month after date (he undersigned administra .*. C. Miller deceased,and iu his
of the
estate Charles S. deceased
Sibley ,
and the Pen will be repainted ind returned own right and in right of his wife,
July 4, 'C7. 27SmKptice post-paiJ .defendant and all others are hereby notified late of Oadsden county, wilt present her final account as heirs at Law of Elizabeth
THOMAS J 1.:, pf the comiuenccment of this suit returnable to a to the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask to be Miller,deceased, In Chancery--
: -Artst- 22. 1857. : Justic' Court to be held at Tallahassee on the 12lh discharged. WARY D. 0. SIBLEY, Admfx. V.,. In Madison Circuit -
day October, A. D. 1857, audio appear and plead June 20. '5'?. 256mNotice. John L. Miller Administrator, of Court.
1" .TTERS ;' t to the came. Miller deemed Alexander
administration having been granted T WILL sell one of the Elizabeth -
JL/ to roe on f he 24 day September. 1855. by lU J. Columbia Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of P.. Miller. Thoma J.
county ,
Bon.Judge of Probate July, A.D. 1857. Miller. Elizabeth 0. Muller and
the county of Leon, State &e.. containing 400 acres, months after date administrator '
of Florida on the estate of Simon Partridge, late of tie to ibe same. This EDWARD M. WEST [t. a.] S of the estate James undersigned W. Win.J. Miller. vTT
said county deceased all dtbU and Justice of the Peace Strange, deceased, sali tionof tka.Goozttbat
of what- and is excellent for Long late of Oadaden county, will Lie final appearing to *
July 30-Sax present accounts
Merer nature agaiiJtt the eitnte of said Thomas J.Mill EU hth
Simon Purtrid bniulstin.'f settlcmccf! to tbu Judge cf Probate of said arid ask _1. Alexander P.Miller r.
re, deceated, trlb! hajl not ba exhibited to meM, and con&tant : discharged U-trefrom. county CS.SHEPARD- to be" C. Miller i>nd Wm.J.' Miller,'ate noa-reawknU of t&e

administrator aforVsoid, within two jeirs'as prescribed acres in qtton wI4al I Notice.FOUR .4$. Adra'r. State of FiorWa:1: -
by the statute of the State of Florida,in such requhed, two hundred July 4. 1857. It is therefore ortJ rftd,that laid delendaaia appear
CAM !bud and provided eialj forever afterward Le been killed on about two weeks aflerd; *te, 1 shall apply to the Hon -6rn,, toand aiiswer. plead or demur to MkfBQI., on or bc-
-S barred; and uatice ijbersby given to.all creditors. and 20,000 rails plft : of Probate Jefferson county for anorder .- 'fo're tbt firt Monday iotNovtmber text-'otbsriIt e.
Jegattt iwl p rwM f ntitled to diitribotlooftl tt.their place is Edjoininj* a Jargo : and decree for leaye to soil Land Warrants, .No., I Notice the Bill shaft U taken u ooofentd aitut tlcn.'rr
C1Ihti snd trmards be barred 65.461 or 160aeres granted and issued to Thomas J. IX Months after date And U furtber ordared thIs cder -
: at the r4r1ii land that can be bought oa S the undersigned adroiniitra 1* .Tb*$, *;eop7'of -
f tbprVi.T a.LfliJrbn: ; W izbftted'wttbhtth. wishing information will, Uolton, late of said county deoeaied, to be sold forth tor of tho estate of Lewis M.Saunters decease be'pabliahed in a newspaper pt.d,m TaUaJfr .
.;: 14t red tbk n0Uc.wjll be pieid In bar thereot" uggee Post o$3ce, .Ooljusb? : > paymept oi the dehU of sakl detfesced. and for late of Leon county, will made bit fisal*exhibit to ::1... 'lor1d4pDeO L Thk fo toar Laatba ' .

:-;>-. "T"" 11QHN 0.POWELLtt'r? :-. ; : distabnUop.-'" .. %. WJOI. ANDREWS the Judge of Probate of said county, and ask- to>be Chambers this. 8th div ofJuniqIUT. a
c- I7. 7 Sheriff and -AdmVr,- ex officio., discljawed." JOSEPH B. jiCRRiSTIErAdmVr ,_J.-'cv'AYLES BAZ1 Za4..
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