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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00317
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. for the transportation of suppli-; ;* and! f.rgar. think. entitled to t them, such degrees in tin r.3 if tho land or ether! subject-matter! were 1 1I ( [ ( ; ? : I p ic iO [ nnb P iUI .
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risnii purposes ; for drayage nnd carti"c: at liberal arts nr.d,: 5CIttICt'S :.a I ara tUunlly yr.ui. wholly! \\if.nn:: the! di3] ; ;sict fir uiiich 5'/ch! : _

the several |pOt'15 ; hire of teamsters ; trans- II ted in i colli'gi-s. I couit is c,)nstitutf.LAjiprovcd I RECENT i

LAWS OF TIlE UNITED STATES. portarioi': \ f( funds for the pay and other SEC 3. And be it furtler cnrciod! Tha ) Mnj1.I 1.. lR.j I II I MILES I .5 N D ": "'4'MPORTATDIStO7E1t';"'OJ !

I I1 bu-Miig: partniriit! ; ihe expense (If C1i3'1 the president aid tlrt-i-s.! ,cf (!ed'towt{ I. ._ I It .
,' Y.-\u Act Iteficicnrir in theAppropriations h'er.\ t Cu *. IV.-Au Ait to supply an ornLvion in the csrolliucut i iI' u C I : -
/ \I" % to supply pnblic (rnnsrts! on the various rivers, College! l'l'IId, they arc ) :lut 1'1 i.1dand t: \ : 1
for the *?r,k* of tbe fiscal: yonri the said of a certain act therein nnnu-J. IRs: ; ::
Cull': of Mexico, and the Atlantic and Pacif! empowered to convey to president I'
'nihnir lli) e thirtieth (If June, i! ;)II',.t'n LundrvJl ; and and Wherea! the following: ; clause: of the nil t ; DR. LEWiS --
I directors of
nnd for procuring water at !such posts as from Gun7aglCcII'g ,
anJ tift"icM entitled' An act making, .appropriations f.'i i MEWCINES l I LU 'Tic '
their situation require that: it he brought froma their snccessors forever, who are hereby anthomed this city, has: intro roccd into practice: : !
l flt it enacted l It y the Senntp md house of I I the support of ll-i A rim' for the year ending OF and important d.scorrry. of the :applies
and receive tho
distance and for roads and empowered to same. inform ; .. ,
; clearing : removing ,
of the United States of Arner- .
tl'prc5ont.tltres! : thr thirtieth Jum, eighteen bundled! and lifteijrht } "rOGLO I tioo of the
such lands and and selistate. .
!
obstructions} from rod harbors: and I propeity \ PU -
assembled That the followIMJ ELECTRO MAGNETIC MACHINE
ia in Crtiigiess :Maich bun-
; I approved thi'd (.iJht.en J Jj !,
he nnd the l river, to the extent which mj.y lie requiredfor real personal or mixed, as the aid presi. ; articles as are ; by !'I.vh: means: rurrrnt vf elect riot j U pasf'd 4
same arc Iierdv to-wit For the a.
: ;: sums nppro- j tired and fifty-seven, : nititi- I in I will ie receiving; ; I
I the actual: operations of the troops on the dent :and directors of CJeoagetown: Cullt'gemaJ I through! the toota at the time'of xtnctinj.. rtodu-
I to fnpplj' dvfiriencivs in the >tol natioml armories, ohall! be :
the ernif
rritteL. npj endure of arms at : C
I have received for( tin I Ii avoids tli ofCHLOROFORM
and
receive, local Antstheaia. so use
frontier five millions four hundred thou-aml or may ciug A :
for the fcrrice of thc fiscal : i Jl'alljhawp! : April : .
l>rhtions year I use or benefit of said piesident; and iMiectors three hundred nnd sixty thousand dollarwas -, : OR ETHK&' .
dollar
(-: fiI);: the thirtieth of Juno eighteen. )hundred o.iiitted in the em ollmcnt of the said act : '
OIlC'mali. of Gonzaga College. I' Dr. lie Las it in a number oCeast. Wlh? entire
For suljM-toi.ce in kind .>u two : applied :
of ia thoi'ieasury
:;ud fifty-fight out nny money : be it either enacted Thai 'lliorefore, I II .. All, that espcrivnre! little or so
hundred, and twenty thousand dollar I Iror Src. 4. And ( OFFEK HIS rc.o : : suevt-te.!! agree they i
no: ol:\.c'Twi ;o appropriated nameI enacted l the St'nalnlllllItn of
I Bo it by ;; in the extraction.!
in this act shall! bo so construed as T.\LLAQ.\s''t.X' AN FAIN
sUr'p.for defenses nothing I
I r\. : military nnd geographical to authorize this said: corporation to issue I Representatives or the United Stiles of .t'nt-r-' with Dr. July 10. '18SS. ..a-3rn 1
Ir of iho officers clerks, explorations reconnoissancesfor 'j assembled That the cf OFFICE ."
compensation 'hcr evidence ic.i in Congress sum : '.
five thousand dollars. note, token, device, scrip, or o j:
messengers, and others rocehing an atstiu.'dsalAry military purposes any used I three hundrcJ aid sixty thousand dollar": for May 19 185S. ;
be
!\lircH1lworr! oi debt to as a currney.SLu. B.A.FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE
contingent
service of the Hrue of Ucruescntative expenses
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in the tLe manufacture oh'arms at the national ar-
northeast Kxcrutivo' buifjiu'r 5. And be it fur'hcr enacted! Td:it : Dr. J.
<>f the : uz ; for I
resolution
Six
?, viz: messengers. tiy moiics be, end the same is lierohapn.sri.
fuel l, light :and repairs one thousand dollars.: II each: of the corporators in said corporation: : ,. ;
third '
of the House of Representatives: twenty ated out of in tho Treasury not orrms ins :- : ,
December hundred and fifty Fur the erection of ?! t.i'! l lea and ronicrrato- shall be held liable, in his individual capacity : : any money in !
eighteen seven .
otherwise appropriated.Approved A s.sri asa .mianvios.WcxEIM
OFFICE
at tho President's House; to those for all the debts :1Ilelliabilitil's ofsd corporation '.
)
: replace
thousand nine hundred! and thirteen dollar ry
three i Feb. 4, 1858.Cutr. :
about to be taken: down to make room for however contracted or incurred, !cyS2. 1858. I "
: *. 1--- --- IX CniLDRKH AND..Al>tJ'LTS. XXCLODINO
For folding documents, iirliulin ; pay of the extension of the Treasury bnildiiiT, three to bo recovered by suit, as older debts or liabilities 1i i : V.-An A.t to alter the time of holding theCourts -nI-E-n i TAPE WORMS.BETAIL .

folders wrapping twine, and paste I. thousand nine bundled and {five dollir: *. .before a'i' court of competent ju. of the United States: for tIle State cf::>>t>uiliCarolina. ; I II
paper
thousand' dollars. For surveying the public lands aj I piivato risdiction. I i ij i I FltlCX, 23 CTS.

twenty furniture for and 1 land claims i'i California including ce expenses 8EC.6. And be it further enacted, That j Be it enacted)' the Senate and House of : Drs. I r.n'UIIAnIOLDUTUf: ol4 proprietor*,.
For Sparke1 IO\II1. committee ,
I B. A. FiHSISTOCK A Co.,1PlUabarf1 h. Pm.
'II.'I k' ojri incident to the survey of cbirm.:11)(1 Congress may at any time hereafter alter, Representatives of the United States of America HAVING[ formed I A v.. f Pa.. .
( rooms, j of"5 Hew-ToTk
p I B. A. A1IMZSTOCK,HULL A Co, ,
act. OUy
amend lepcalthe foregoing
and to be disbursed at the rates prescribed by hw or in Congress assembled, Thit from and of TfilUhavMC :
ofllce. DooI1N'r : izena
A rms' << fom. carpenters
work, thirty thousand! dcjlars.! for the difiVrent kinds of work, being the .ArrRovtu, May 4, 1&58.CHIP. after the passing of this act, the termi of the I R?* Office. over tbc I j WHOLESALE DRUGBISiTS,51 CLIFF ST

three thousand dollars. amount of Mirvej ing liabilities: incurred by I district: court of the United States: for South tend; Hi.gs I Bay of rapect&bli: dealers enl/l

For newspapers, : the g'nerllluring the fiscal: year XXIV.-An Act to incorporate the"Benevo- Carolina, at its sitting in Charleston, shall!l beheld Feb. !!8..n \ I :Eumlne the Intuals of the nan to tw son yom f resolution of the louse of1tepresentative surveyor
For laborers, by lent J Chri tian Asflociat'Of: of W ashin;ton City -- .
I Only q".fII. B. A. nnnoa"* TIIUtrftII I
thiilieth June hiMidred pn-J the first !\ in May, :
third December ending eighteen on Monday January: } )
: twenty eighteen Ba it enacted by( the Senate and House of I
thousand fifty seven, over and above that authorized July, and October, in each and every year, I
hundred and fifty seven two of the United States of America WILL ( AMES & LIVELY
Representatives
of thousand dol- : instead of the time herctcfcro: r.ppciated. .
under the appropriation fifty at !
each of the I Sole for Tallahassee.
dollars. assembled That Agents
in ,
that id two hundred and Congress SEC. 2. And he it further enacted: That DRUG &
hrs for peri twenty
10, 1853.
,10113! I April 15-ly
For fllur thousand rs. in the of v
stationery, Christian' churches city Washington __ ___
of this the
thousand dolhrs.! from and after the passing net, t5p AT THE
For horses carriages and sidtilo horses I distinction of creed be, I
sect ,
or
without I MEDICAL NOTICE.
of the United States .
clerl's!
For payment to temporarily: emplojed term of the circuit court "'
one thousand five hundred! dollars. and they are hereby authorized, on or before .
in the Post Office Department on account for South Carolina, at its sitting in Charleston :
To enable John C. Hives to pay to the reporters I the last day of August of each and eve. OF THE Dr. Wm. P. Shine .
i of the extraordinary: labors connected with I shall be held on the first ;Monday in ,
the debates -
of the House for reporting and that: tho
of the I the lettings of new contracts' for the term ry year, to appoint one person : April, in each and every year, instead l cf at onJil.8 HIS FBOFESSIOXAL 8EfttlT: TO rBS: TCBLIC

of the present session Congress commencing cn the first July, eighteen hundred t person so appointed. and their successors be, the lime heretofore appointed'SEC. : Corner of Clinton \ / FFICE adjoining that of Drs.! Gamble & Bettoo.Vy .

usual additional c rnpensation of eight hundred and fifty eight and the increase of business : I and they are hereby made a oodypo'iticand 3. And be it further enacted, That January. ..191856.__ May, 1868. 19-ly
dollars each four thousand dollars. under thh name and style of ---- -- ----- -
the and office! I corporate, all writs and of all .
Army.-For the regular supplies! of thequrtertnaster's :! in inspection depredation That Benevolent Christian Association of recognizances process 1tIEDICAL1'OT1CE.
said fire thousand two hundred kinds already issued, taken or made returnable -
fuel of Department: I .
"
department, consisting of i and eighteen" dollars :and eighty nine Washington CUy, and as such may purchase to the time hitherto appointed for the A. PEELER. I Dr. A OFTBLAKE;. I
for the officers, enlisted men, guard, hospitals have, hold use and acquire, by dona.
cents. terms of the said courts shall be consideredand I II ONTINUES to offer his Professional S rvk** to
and offices in kind real and Drs.
store houses ; forago lawful estatf, C
I
I For lighting the President's House and tion or any means taken" as mad (for the time herein provided tbe citizens of Centreville and 'adjoining1 neigh.
for the horses mules and oxen of tha: quar ) not exceding two hundred thousand I *-O I
personal rbood. Residence changed to Centrerillt Office
Capitol the public grounds aiound them, and for the said courts.Approved flAW
termaster's: : department at the several postsand i dollars in qalua and the same may Medicine it bu residence.

ttalions, and >>ith the armies in the field; I around the executive: offices, and Pennsylvania lease, let sell transfer, and covey, and otherwise I Feb. 10, 1858.CHU : I their aervices to the I Dec.1S.1857. _15ttCGWYNN _
and Bridge and High streets, in acute as well as -
for the horses of th? i\vd regiments! of dl n. avenue and be impleadod ; and may have a mTON
five thousand dollars. -, DL-An Act to appropJsale money to sepjIyIefieienciealn Office WanVeenah &. ,
goons the two regiments of cavalry, the regimen Georgetown the common seal and the same may change at II approprial.ion fur l'l\per. l'nnt- : Jan9,1558 ;

of mounted riflemen, the companies: of For compensation of surveyor generalof pleasure ; and may make by-laws, rules lag, BiaJin: and ngJaving, ordered bv the .A.t"torn.oys a"'t' XJLLW, .. .

light artillery, and such companies of infantry Utah Territory, from first day of January and regulations for the management of their Senate and Honse ofRepresentativesofthe Thir- I R. sAuctioneer TALLAlIAMrr FLA.

as may mounted, and for the author eighteen hundred and fifty six. to thirtieth of affairs. I ty-Third: and Thirty-Fourth! Congresses which r. "

I June eighteen hiundredadfifty seven, one has been executed. D. W. CWYNfl &;: n. B. hILTON, ..
when
iLed number of officers' horses servingin SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That
and the of straw for I thousand five hundred dollar' shall beto Be it enacted by the Senate and House oiRepresentatives HAVING! asaociaied ttemMlves.together in.tbd
the field at outposts ; the of the said association attnotiotao
purpose UL.\lI.\S'IU. r a.. of Law will give their joint
For purchase of the Masonic Temf 11) in of the United States of America :
!
soldiers bedding, and of stationery, including relieve the wants of the destitute poor of all business entrusted' to them.' They will attest

company and ithcrblank'books for the Army, ., the ci'y' of Boston, for the accommodation of Washington city ; and that the persons in Congress assembled, That for the pur. IT. S. I the Suprem! Court, the U.S.District Oonrt; sad the ..

ceitificates! for discharged soldier, blank the( United States courts, upon the terms i named as aforesaid by the several Christian pose of defraying the deficiencies in the appropriations AUCTIONEER Circuit: Court at Tallahassee, and also the CircuitJburts '1 :

agreed on l by the Secretary of the Interior for the paper, for the printing, of Gadsden. Waknlla Jefferson Madjaoo'and
forms for the pay: and quartermaster's departments churches, shall be directors of the said association I !
thereof in addition to the and lithographing T.'LLA lamilton Counties. Office at the Court-bouM ia
and the proprietors and for the binding, engraving .
of division and )
; :and for the printing and continue in office until the first 'allahassee.
orders, "regulations and re- sum of one hundred thousand dollars appropriated each and until ordered by the Sonata and Houseof September! 865. .j S
.1l'p"Mm Army day of October in year, March 6, 1858._10-ly_
hundred and eight thousand by the act of third March, 1&37 for and such Representatives of the Thirtv-Third, and T. W.
pOI tp; scvfen seventy their succissors be appointed; as I
erection of for said the I HOGUE & AWATrRft.LTTOKNEYS .
ihe a building purpose, Thirty-Fourth Congresses following sums
dutlars.: shall hake power to appoint appropriah'officers _- !
For the purchase of horses bathe two regiments five thousand;; dollars. and to employ and compensate such of money are hereby appropriated out or. : & COU1'SELLORSITAVE
Aid be it further enacted, That otherwise
2.
of dragoons, the two regiments: ofcalvrry SEC. deem expedient, and to any money in the Treasury not "'
ot million! four hundred and agents se they appropriate April ?4, 1858. .A.T LA. V'
of mounted 1 uileoien! the sum cue sixty and of the appropriated : '
the
regiment the funds property association
and nine thousand one hundred and seventy three I To for one hundred| and roar HUGH: formed a co-partnership In the practice of
such infantry
the companies 01 light artillery, to such uso as in their discretion pay paPer LI. Law and will attend to &D11'roftaeioaal.busi.

as it may be found' necessary to mountat dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated they deem best suited to promote the purpose thousand dollars. I'I'At teas entrusted to their care.

the frontier posts, two hundred and fifty to be paid out of any money in the of their incorporation and with this To pay for the printing ordered b- the D. P. HOQUE,. ..A. PERRY AMAKER.

Trea'sur + rot otherwise appropriated to'sup. and House of during 1.1888. 18
Senate Representatives May
(1"0" thonssnd l dollars. view they associate with them as auxiliaries : ,_
may !
of the ply deficiencies in the revenue cf thq Post the Ttirty-Third and Thirty-Fourth Con- January 17. 1887. -...
incidental and EDWIN A. HART
For the expenses: quarter under such rules regulation as ; : ,

master's department consisting of postage on Office Department for the yedr! ending-i the they may prescribe' and o'.hef! and nil! sich presses, fifty-seven thousand six hundred and L'I ..a.ttrL3.eyit; X..w',
Yonge
thirtieth of June eighteen hundred and fifty
nineteen dollars and ninety-four cents.
and
letters and packages received sent by benevolent association or societies as now
eight.Sti. To for the binding, lithographing, and : Tallahassee, Florida. I
service in the pay
officers of the Ar.ny on public ,expen. exist, or hereafter! bo organized .
of courts martial and courts of inquiry :\ 3. And be it further( enacted. That oilyof may for the of aidingor engraving, ordered by the Senate during the PRACTICE 1:( ALL. ([STILL practice in the Circuit Ccurti'6f tbe MldIT :
ses Washington purpose ( til4
die District, and the Supreme 'Court of
accounting ofl'cirsf! : the Treasury b ie Office
the Thirty-Third and Thirty.Fourth Congresses
the additional compensation to the relief of the and
including to
contributing poor State. and the District Court of the U'Dited.tat-.t.-
I aol l directed! lo pH'j\\]| ered't! to (II h seventv-nine thousand five
authorized and .
hundred .
C. C. YONQE "'
judgo advocates recorders, members, and destitute persons in said city. one illahassee. {$ Offic out the Store of Meure.

witnesses while on that !service under the I Clerk of the house! of Representatives for SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That I i hundred and sixty-nine dollars and sixty-four "March 13, 1858. G" & J.Meginnua.

hundred and such payments out of its contingent fund as cents. JaIL :10. 1858.. 4, ,
act of March sixteenth, eighteen nothing in this act shall be so eonstrued as I x .
have ]been or be made under allowances March 11, 188.; Beni.
may
Approved,
two; extra pay to soldiers employed under the House of to authorize the said corporation to issue A. J. ,P'R'RTj'R'R'S.1.: ,
authorized Representatives
the direction of( the quartermaster's department by note, token device, scrip, or any other ifJillm) OFFICE
any
of barracks during the last Cdngress : Provided That CHAP. XIl-An Act to create additional Land Dis.tnict.s J LAW & COLLECTION ,
the erection
used
in quarters evidence of debt, to be as a currency. and for other .
California
shall have been in the State of rt.oiun. .
said allowances duly approved TAIXAlUSSSrTICK !!!! ;
the
house and hospitals construction further That I
tore !, : ; SEC. 4. And be it enacted :
the Committee of Accounts : And be purposes.13e CP SWIM m rat CAMS BCTLDIXO uro ofrosirg
of roade, and other constant labor for periods by each of tho corporators in said corporatiou it enacted by the Senate and house of TILL in .
A JOCTtHAI.
further provided, That the said allowances I ; practice Till DOOR OF TEX: FLOaiDlAM OimCT.LTILL "
of not hews than ten days under the acts it of in the shall be held liable in his individual capacity Representatives of the United States of America T Y cult ef Florida ,,, Practice in the Circtit Coartkef Oadadenj It
out Treasurynot
of March second, eighteen hundred and nineteen bo paid any moneys for all the debts and liabilities of said 'n Congress: assembled, That the Presi. i (crncE IT C I ) V T Leon, WsSulMJeeaonaad Madwon, and

and August fourth eighteen hundred otherwise appropriated.either enacted l That tocporation, however contracted or incurred, dent of the United States be, and he is hereby RE .tend promptly to'collection of note and 'accounts -
be it
And
and four including those employed as SEC. 4. suit other debt liabilities establish additional: land in any of said Countie
recovered "
fifty shall bo made or be by as or authorized to CAIT. J. J. )
hereafter contracts' Feb. IMS. 9-1 f
Clerks! at division and department headquarters whenever of War tb.n of before any court. of competent ju districts in his discretion not exceeding three Cou J. D. }[} 27.

; expenses of expresses to and from the by the Secretary or Secretary risdiction. in tho State of California, and to fix, from FRASE& &

frontier posts and armies in the field ; of escorts the 1 approved Navy by virtue the first of of the!May sixth 1820 section, entitled of the, SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That time to time, the boundaries, thereof, as the I June D&.rt.JAMES'57. S. Isabella House. ..
act
to paymaster, other disbursing officers, in addition to the several nets for Congress may at any time hereafter alter, public interest may require; which districts LLBANYGEORGIA.
An
act
and trains \\lica military escorts cannot be establishment and regulation of the Treasury amend or repeal the foregoing act. shall respectively, bo named after the placesat I .
the
furnished j expenses of the interment of noncommissioned and ," he shall Approved, May 4, 185S. which the offices shall first be established ; '1r rgf1i abore HOTEL'io Albany.the pi'earat tem

officers and soldiers: ; authorized War Navy Departments the and the( President shall be authorized hereafter ; THE of the Georgia and Florida. Railroad, b "
be in session at time '
office furniture ; hire of laborers in the if Congress promptly Ciivr. XXVII.-An Act to provide for the Issuing, from time to tim>, as circumstances t now> open for the reception of the -

quartenn: sters department, including hire of ,report to both Houses thereof the reasons Service and Return of original and final Processin "may require to adjust the boundaries of any ralysolsss. TRAVELING PUBLIC.

and for the for making such contract, stating fully all the the Circuit and District Courts of the United land districts in said State, and rrcpri-
interpreters tpies guides Army ; and all of the FLOYD The House and Furniture aie new. Tbp
which in his in certain <
compensation of cli-rkfs[ ] to officers of thequarterrnastera facts and circumstances judgment States ca es. remove the offices when the same shall be tor is determined to make it a f i.

department ; compel'saliollof rendered such contract necessary ; if Be it enacted by tho Senate and House of expedient FIRST CLASS HOTEL, .

Congress lie not in session at the time of making : I Representatives of the United States of Amer. That ,practice in attention the want of Li.uest.etomenitpstronaeofth. *
forage and \\agou masters, authorized by SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, WILl iJ topes by strict t ..
such contract, he shall at the commencement ica in Congress assembled That all suits, West. Publiai
hundred and authorized to
the act of July fifth eighteen the President i is hereby appoint,
of their next session, make such reportto of local nature, hereafter to be broughtin Itbe State. Also in ,
thirty eight; for the apprehension of deserters not a by and with the advice and consent of the ed States,in the L 1. DURRAH P.Albny.
both Houses; and no such contracts shall the circuit and district courts of the United Gs
and the expenses incident to the>r pursuit Senate or during the recess thereof, and until R.J.
be made hereafter except in cases cf press States, in a district in any State containing
; the follow tl! expenditures required for the end of the next ensuing session a reg- D.P. -
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the two regiments of dragoons, the 'two regiments ing exigency.Approved more than one district against a singl ister and a receiver for each of said addi- -Dec.----!2, 1855. CITY HOTEL.
4 1858. shall be in the district in l ''I
of cavalry, the regiment of mounted May defendant' brought trJtenl: district, who shall, respectively, be required !

riflemen, nnd such compares cf fufantry as whbh the defendant resides ; but if there be to reside at the site of the offices shall and ,J..OR. DEMULY,,
in different Attorney
be mounted \iz: the purchase of traveling CHAP. XXIII.-An Act to incorporate Gonznja College two or more defendants, residing be subject to the same laws and responsibilities inform the W.M
may nml District oi districts in the same State the plaintiff may the CITY HOTEL( w t.Brwn
forges, blacksnidiand! shoeing tools in the City Washington and whose compensation shall be the b ) and will talc charge O the first"

horse and mule shoes and nails iron and Columbia.Be sue in either district and issue a duplicate lame as is now prescribed by law for other VT7'ILL practice May Hot.. untiring ue"i be?nseVl to gfre

steel for shoeing hire of veterinaryurgeons, it enacted by the Senate and House of writ agafnst! the defendonts, directed to the land offices in that State. VY cnit, and full satisbction to a wh wi pt him.April24.1868. \

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marshal of other district within the March !2. 18:56.: ,
the United States of Amer. any
of
medicines for horses and moles picket ropes Representatives Approved, March 29, 1858. --- _
I of the defendants reside -
and shoeing the horses of those corps, one : iCa i in Congress assembled That Rnrcartl State in which any the LONG Nathaniel Hamlen

hundred and ninety thousand dollars. Vifliger, Cbas. (II. Stonestreet" Daniel Lynch, on whfch duplicate writ the clerk issuing Cniy. XXVIIL An Act to alter Times of holding ATToiiJYI.i.f ,

barracks and other buildings EHward X. Hand and Charles Jenkins, and same shall indorse that it is a true copy of a !the Circuit and District Courts of the United A.LONQ & N 1'QBTi
For constructing .
writ sued out of the court of the proper district States for the District of Vermont. \/f f
at posts which it may be necessary tooccupy their successors be; and they are hereby and such original and duplcate writs Be It enacted by the Senate and House of lvi.: ated themael No. 3 Poydru ", Ne OL
and will attend the
made police corporate forever I
and for a body -
the repairing
of America
United States
during year; and returned the -
executed Representatives of
when
of the President and Directorsof so issued, shall, preme Court and .
and buildings at the established by the name assembled; ThatIe Refers t OO.J.E B.T.n.t.:1
altering enlarging for of charity into the office? from which they issued,constitute in Congress circuit State atTaUshassee.Oceoppositeth. 'I.

posts including hire or commutation Conzaga College purposes suit and be proceeded on accordingly court of the United States ROW directed Gen. Wm. Eiy; JSff.T.OIIeOtmty. ,
one
pf quarters for officers on military duty ; hire and education ; and by !that name may see and jadgem nt rendered in to be holden at Windsor fn and far the district .October 28, 1814. T. J. Lrot-, Eat;. .*'

storehouses for the and be sued, prosecute and defend; may have upon any ofMay J. Q f
of quarters for troops scale and the alter a suit so'brought process pf execution may of Vermont, on! the twentvflrst day PtDamF. K '
keeping military stores, and of grounds and use a common same shall after the first day of July next,
cafe
( rules, be issued: directed to the marshal of any ; I SUele. Eeo,Levy "
cantonments. ; (or encampmentsna and renew at pleasure; may adopt regulation ; fo'oVlh pf July an. Augustus
ibr summer not! : fo the district! in the same Same. And in suits ofa be holden on the Tcesdaj I J.J.ne1lingEsq.asd.de.; .
and laws rftptrgna'nf
frontier stations, eighty thousand *, by ; said and the district court of
temporary. and laws of the United States, local nature, where (be defendant reidcs in Dually at place E R .'e -
Constitution
dollars. the affairs of said a different district in! the same State than the the United States, witdin and for,said district, Geaeral O- (

For transportation of the Army, including for properly conducting in which the salt is brought,the plaintiff instead of the ttrentyteventh day of May, Ct4RT-

tim baggage of thb troops when moving either corporation ; may take, receive, purchase mixed, one have original and final process against shall! after the first day of July next be bo|. ... r. HAXCXZU: K
and
real may
(by land or' water ; of clothing camp and and hold estate, personal, of hurt- such defendant, directed to the marshal of den on tho Monday .next after the fourth WA1GH KER
the
value two
the at Philadelphia not exceeding in sum
garrison equipage from depot and the district in which he resides. Tuesday in July annually. THEY will sell
time
to the several posts and Army depots ; bred thousand dolarat, an/ Ono SEC. 2. And be It farther enacted That mall Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That A' .1ez
the at ,
of
horse equipments and of subsistence from may manage and dispose same of a local nature alIa','; or in equity all innictments, informations, suits,or actions ecosigrimenta. Je .
cases .tT1V '
I
th'e the ApriulI,18U. -
and apply same, or proceeds "T
the of whether civilor
places pleasure kind
from
oif UL
of and ,
the places jui-chieznd and where the land or other subject-matter of a proceedings any 1' s.ad ssvst1b.bmtakes
contract to such places as the of( the sale thereof'teethe uses purpose criminal! pending in said courts re [ bh. t-b
delivery tinder fixed character lies partly in one district and now s'Wr.... -
circumstan'ac 6i the servfco may require it ? of the said corporation according to i in another district, within the same spectively. sli'all have day in court and be prepared o I o ol tfl 0..

to bo sent ; of ordnance; ordnance stores!, the rules aid regulatioos'.which now are, or State partly, the plaintiff may bring his action or proceeded in,heard, tried!, and determined on AND M. I IT .., tq, CZ4is4Jjne1tj( I.I'
established.SEC. .
and small arm's, from1 the founderies and ar- may hereafter, That suit in the circuit or district.court of either the days berein'appoiQ_ for the holding of ][ km.n1ike msoeers54 & .

the arsenals fortifications, frontierpo&ts. :: 2. And be it further enacted such said courts respectively ia the same manner Rooms over 1 i. .
luories to shall have and enjoy district, and the court in which any action I' r .Per a.Ya: a
i tho said corporation have been done had
wharfage, that and ought to I
freights aforesaid
and Army depots; and or suit shall have commenced as miht r Rooms haf ma ye I .
tolls, and ferriages for the purchase: and :the.power.. and faculty to confirm : confer shall hive to bear and decide the said charts respectively l been boleen on i i JL pIIE .. upon t pat right at M*ap: '
jurisdiction are now q !
;
the iott'tation or eflfried.
'hire of tiorscs, mnles, and oxen, arid par. upon. such pupils in': .i in learningoro'her i tho same, nod to cause tnesne or final\ the twentyfirst ana twentysevcnllnhysof Mar defined. Th :. o.All warranted I. JO.)
their 1 S.
othl'rs.vbo., by proficiency 1858. 31, 1537 1C, 111 < '
chase :and'rt'l'alr of wagons, carts, drays, shall to lw issued and executed as fully' .Appr.-ved May 4. Oct.
vessels and bchts( ml"rit"l ious distinctions, they process .
B ips, and other sea going: .







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jftoribian[ ling against re wind, as in attempting any moreextended t The Spirit of the Democracy. : (Fo the Floridian and Journal, ) \i f"r.dated Madison county, Aug. 2d, 1853, Tbu>. Messrs. Eltor., U the experience cf one wLo
# ournal.'T remark tan you made. I Within a very brief period the opposition press Jefferson Academy. and signed JJany Citizen*? which was the very has been in the esusefor. S5 years and has jet
Inert o f the State, and prominent gentlemen of the MoxTictuo! Aug., 1858. for the first time to be found
it net a man in Congress, or tier mu cue op day that the paper was ilme from the pre I shin aid and comfort
- --- ---... -. --- -' ,'.......- factions to Democratic ,have 'Messr Editors: Knowing that a edneatiooof -
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tM my opinion .who could in the last Digits ping |1'ler Dr. Westcott has a Se telegraph line. or an nndergronnd t our opponent hope I never may be
'ALL A HA88BK : the session, when'all the general appropriation wonderful discovery that party distinctions our )ontl Underlies all true prosperity. railroad, by which tie receives his com- : caught it Then. I repeat, let Democrats watch

.. bills were tiH befoYe Congress, aod'when an empty should be otlerted.and that candidates for political -' a nation, cannot but t.k liveJJ interest i munic&ton; frfcm Madlton, I would like to know of ". \OIJ Dmocrt" Y,

"'_TtnDA.r, AUGUST 14, 1858.: I treasury disposed all parties to evade the responsibility stations"should be voted for upen all other con. every institution having moral and intellectual culture It Perhaps dme of the followers of '* Old Peru*, I .. --

r__ _,_ of appropriations. 'tprWy resist the rteomtittdatioffnf siderationa'than those*of political principles. In for its ol.ject Feeling thus, we diligently rerenct" might inform n.*. I don't mean your friend .A1UG.'), Ang 7. 16G3Mtssm"

DEMOCRATIC KOMINATIONS.I I' the Cmuhitfe nf WCY' and Jfean other words, thai the Democratic party, now that attended a late public examination. of the pupils in Perry. I.I EDITORS: At an early hour the people

t reject an appropriation of the nature of tin) *. it hits establUhed its policy both national and the Male] and Female Departments of Jefferson Does Dr. Weotcolt eipect to deceive the Democracy from all ptt of the county had assembled at the

CONGRESS : The onl. wise course in such cases, and that State, should disband, not only here but throughput Academy, located in this Yiagt/Te Principal, of Florida by such unscrupulous cunning and Court lou:, for the double purpose.attending

; SON. G. HAWKINS. which .hu. and alone] relied upon i to transfer theTTnion.) and give Its opponents a chance to Mr. Wm. O. Girardean well known in this and adjoining chicanery? Des Le for one moment suspect that to some county matters and of hearing the speeclt

the btle the Committee of Conference.Tliis .- obtain position and aid in the administration o the counties as a successful teacher of many the young Democracy j' l'i lay idle and permit such of Judge wkiojour. candidate for Congres*._

:was the course the delegation decided upon.I affairs:of the country.It years experience, has had charge of this school for an outrage to be practiced upon the honest masses? .About half past 10, A. M.,. Judge Hawkins was in
FOR ASSEMBLY : well fecolltct thai I accompanied jou to the I a significant compliment to our party that the last ten month All who know him feel as I the gentleman' ia: laboring under that deluded trucc to the audience, and ia a speech of abouttwo

J. B. Galbraith, R. C. Williams, Speaker' prn ate room to acquaint him with the none of the various flctons. which go to make up assured that he will make it a first class Seminary, idea, it will certainly be Ji"pene about the ides of hsirs.; ftlly./My and sa'tL fjttorily-vi) )drated

T. W. Brevard, Jr., J. B. Christie. particulars that he might not inadvertently appoint the conglomerated opposition" to the present in which the youth of both sexes may be prepared October. MI&1 agant all !.he charges and !*!Jers made

a Committee likely to be unduly prejudiced and national Administration, take issue on any of the for further collegiate studies, or for the duties of I honestly believe that be ia tire author of all the and circulated agaiiKt hfrr. and. ,tjinmphawt--? .

Appointment of Judge Hanktiis. committed against ro just a d.'and Aud. I further measures hich the Democracy have estbJ.he active life. EdVicarcd as the Principal was, at the abusive, false and slanderous" editorial which appeared plel the prt'jude. ihh1ceag'iehIeh ha J i*: a

We are authorized to announce the following ap- remember that you were |articularly iretive and during the last quarter of a century. They do
itments for the lIon. George S.Hawkins, the earnest in efforts to secure a favorable result in the arraign it aj of old, on a she l charge of being neglectful of the talented and indefatigable Dr. Tnlmage] Judge Hawkins and the Democratic party. CM tie 1'4rln the mTiu&IT the volunteer. Manyof

I 'T>rratic candidate far Congress, at which he Conference Committee. of the business interests oft!.? country by, none who know him can doubt that he will establish ThL il the conduct of the man who claims a petition the leading American present have, nprevelthemselves'

: ..iil: address his fellow-citizens.! Dr. Wwtcott, and We were di-allointed. and all than can be saidis the establish went of a revenue tariff. The people hU school on A basis s firm and lrod and in the Democratic r.nk. ;, < entirely satisfied with the explanati

b-r opponents of the Democratic party are re- that we were uDfvl'lna ( No one can truly say have settled down into I dtcided commcndat'on: of liberal a to reflect credit on the State and enlist I concur 'it you. Messrs. Editorsthat Dr. Wett- I of Judge Hawkins i reference to the pay of the

f nodfnlly! invited to te preeeut when an opportu- that we were faulty.It that principle. The opposition do not now charge the unanimous sympathies of an intelligent people. cott will not meet Judge Haw kins in public debate.He troop and I have heard some of them declare that

i .:.:. f"r free i1 !cnon'will be afforded: 1ms also been charged against you that you that the Independent Treasury system is even of The Teac-hcr. four in all, are persons of high has not the moral courage to do s. But he they would not vote against him on that account,i*
... should Lave presented the matter curlier, and doubtful propriety.: Business men of all parties, character and thoroughly qualified for their several will doubtless sneaking the seeking they) voted him all
; .bllt r. ... .Saturday. .. .. 7th Ain! gone go through State against at I think you nisyput
; t'-ttvideoce. .Monday .. .. .. 9th before the Committee with it a a claim. This since the monetary panic of last year, are coin- dute Mr. Girardeon has begun with the right an opportunity t pour forth upon the Judge down Columbia fur a heavy Democratic ma
:t "i.wl1.1nnilJe..Tuettday. . . lOth charge rests upon a total ignorance of the.course of inced of iu usefulness and safety. The opposition principle ia engaging only competent persons, and the already stale and refuted charges. Knowing, jority. CmZF.

.. nn itle. . .Wednesday . 11th business, and the best mode conducting it The editors do not repeat any of the old charges with in paying for their services a proper equivalent as he certainly does, that these charges are totally -_- .

I Micanopy . .Tbuwday. .. 12th objectors find some countenance in the remarks cf which they once regaled their readers, threateningall Ills school i cheap enough for those who place a without foundation, he will avoid every opportunity BY TELEGRAM.
Mr. Jones What he rested conceivable ills to the body politic, and with the just estimate upon the worth of education and the to meet him, for fear of burnt with the
Flrmlngton .Friday .. .. 13th a rt'lore1 'Jl uponan being o .
Ocala . . Saturday .. . 14th error of ls o\'n. confounding the troops to triumphant working of these prominent Democratic labor and.responsibility involved in imparting in- truth. Dispatch from Crrul W. Field to the Press
which the : measures have ceased the calumnies of the struction. What 5 i" termed Of Culted
appropriation rtlttted with t? bumterville Tuesday) .. .. . 17th opp Demo
His sition with reference to them, and 'with the it be one endowed TBIXITT BAT, August 5.-The Telegraph] Fleet
remaiks by
show that lie public or munificence
troop was laboring private cratic and I believe
t Ilerceville . Thursday .. . 19th party, firmly that, if an oppcr-
.p Tampa .. ,Monday .. . 28d: under this error. S far as tIle appropriation for of Stte" under full Democratic sail and under Is commonly like other cheap ar deofr 10 tunity offered itself he 'll'"ou1 prove a traitor to the sailed from. Queenstown on the 17th July, and met
the Democratic guidance no one to at mid ocean and made splice ti! 29th
regularly] mustered troops was concerned, its presumes questionthe thing.Mr. South. Where was he in 1850 Did he not advocate on at one
-- Barbecue. strength conittcd in its being appropriation correctness of the chart she sails by, or the
On SATURDAY. 21st inst, there will be 1U asked forty the Executive to,defray an exiting pacity of her officers The verdict of history will is a graduate of Jesus College, Cam- Has not the whole course of his political ]life been Agamemnon and the Valorous Lund V.l.ncL

ECVE and Fun Fur, by members, of the a D and admitted liability of the Government, and be- test alike the wisdom of the Democratic policy bridge England-a gentleman and I Christian- that of submission on the part of the South to the the Niagara and Gorgon for this place whrrfe they

-? Party at Lake Lafayette many near what is know moratie longing 4s(the regular estimates for army expenditure and the unreasonable opposition which attendedits an even, quiet temper that knows how t bear and North 1 Where was James D. Westeott, formerly arrived yesterday. Ihe cable] will b. 1i'Jed, to,

I as the Sink.Hole. The people generally of all There was nothing for yon to cxpl.tin. The inauguration.Those forbear, to be patient and to wear away opposition U. S. Senator from Florida and brother of lid Jots. day. The cable laid i Is 1*9 nautical miles,or 1950

p tie*, are invited to be present and partake of par the. President "'lsa had thc 11" ci-, had called troops Into especially, who fought for princip'e :In the by perseverance in ''el doing. His boys are all Westcott, in 1856? Will he deny that. J. D. West statue mile fang from the Telegraph! House, Bunt4' .
cheer. service, and had estimated for their payment. Bunk and Tariff wars of several years ago amid above the mere juvenile. They were closely examined cott was the author of editorial articles which to h ad Valencia harbor, and for more than

There was nothing more to be done. There was torrent of obloquy] have a right to assume proud and generally showed as good acquaintance appeared in the columns of the X. Y. Herald of A two-thirds of that distance in water over two mile

The fexednlon ,nothing to be added. I any explanation was desired remembrances of tolls in the crowning triumph with their several studies. They had been made to most vile and slanderous\ character against the deep. The cable paid out from the Agamemnon

.. Trips UIOI the details, the Committee would, according which all parties now in this country concede to wndertlafid A well as t reite. and so they answered South and Its institutions, and advocating the was a about the same speed as from then Niagara,
Over the Pcnsacola and Georgia and St. Murks those "To err is human" and parties, well to questions and and the electric signals sent and reeled
i. proper tu.tom. hare asked such explanation meuurcs put closely generallyas claims of /VerwoW to the Presidency trough
$ Railroad*, we are requested to awill be die from the Secretary of War. Its strength as well a individual, are liable to mistakes and to the principles of tb /tudiel Thursday and Now ask the JoJ honest ytomanry of Florida investigate tlie hole cable are perfect The machinery worked

., continued after to-day. The cars will therefore in being a Government estimate; and there excesses! but what' measure of the Democratic Friday were given to the Female Deprment. this matter, and ask themselves] t they are mot sati-fectorily and wa not stopped for a single

run hereafter according to the schedule established "-4 nothing for you to do, but to be assured that party, s stoutly resisted by its opponents for the under Mrs. Rhodes and Mr. Girard au respectively ready to "t:1 their birth-right a mef if of pot moment Capt luJn.1If.Everett and Wood
C before these trips commenced returning on Friday the cetiniate was sent in. Mr. Jones remarks had last twenty years, baa failed of public approval?- excepting certain recitations under ]-. Parkin-on tage. 1.1 house, Engineers Electiio officers of the ship,

p from Walker's Mill instead of lading over there reference to the Slate troop which he had mita- The Whig par, led by men of the first talent in in the m'deh language*. Mr. G. gives himself to !IeN. Editor, the time has arrived when it behooves and every man on board the Cable Fleet exerted

until Saturday morning. See the schedule in another kenly mixed with the others; and therefore have the country spent the life-time of a generation in the larger scholars, while Mrs Rhodes, a lady well L the people of the South to entrust their in.tcrest themselves to theit !mot to make the expedition

column. .0 *.. no application la tfic case in poinK violent attempts upon Democratic policy,but finally known in this community, the relict of a minister to men whom they know to be of the proper successful, and by the blessing of Divine Providence

GOT. Perry. Nor was he even right as to the claim for pay of sunk exhausted at the feet of its conqueror. I who wore himself out in his Master's work leaving stamp,and who will advocate and defend fearlessly they succeeded.

We regret to learn that this gentleman rvho has the Slate troops. You told not hare j>rc tnteJ it all these contests, too, the Democracy were can- his widow to the people of this his last chargeMrs. her right in the national Halls of Con 'e *. Such After the cable is landed and eonn.'te with the

been expected here for several weekapast is la'ing'luit.e : for co'uiJualio flflftt Committee Iff ore tJe roll tinually suffering by the luke warmness of some of Rhode, beloved not by Methodists only but a man. sirs, we find in the person of our gallant and basil line, the Niagara will discharge the cargo belonging

I ill at las residence near M! ii The mod were received. their own partisans and the defection of other*.- by all, takes under her care the wore youthful children incorruptible "standard-bearer," GEO. S. IIiwni, to the Telegraph Company and will go to
opy. I that Mr. The clamor of the opposition at times teemed of both Her St Johns for coal and then proceed to New York
recent intelligence is th-nt be was slowly reeovenng: nnt sure Jo es would himself be am. n g to sexes. pupils answered promptly who is ever ready and able to combat with that
the first, of the deafen the voice of reason, and panic achieved every study. The class in Cyrus W.
from his critical condition. His numerous friends upon hearing unjust use iqade of i Geography par- host of Black Jfeyubliean who infest those halls FIn
his to the false successes, which only a brief season. Like ticularly proved familiar with lands President Buchanan being at Bedford, Mr. Fields
rmab. correct lute thtmehc in defence of
will be pleased to hear of )his speedy restoration to haMy imputation t any right or privilege which is .
health. they are made to convey. the ranks of a demoted army vacancies were more which they ne'er had traveled and with seas and anteed to us by the Constitution.The gar telegraphed him through the Associated rtlbs

-.. 0- The misfortune was that the appropliation bills than made good by accessions of young and vigorous islands many, in all the quarters of the glebe. It unfounded charges which have been brought as soon as both ends of the Cable were l.nde

Death of Col. Flttnian of JHarlanna. were thrown l by the Kansas controversy into minds from the threshhold of manhood, and carried us bock to our young days, when it was our against him consequent on the failure of the appropriation Queen Victoria would send her message, that

The Patriot announces the death of this gentle late I erio of the s 'ason, that all the legislation the Democracy stood their ground and maintained delight to 'describe* the queer wrinkled face of old]L bill are fact losing their charms. The ex the Cable would be kept free for Mr. Buchanan's
connected with them done In haste their measures. The only opposition now urged mother earth-to tell how she looked and where rrply.
roan, OB the 3d !nst, at Marianna. Cot Fittman 1'n and confu- placation given by the Judge is sufficient to tt>n
sion, rendering it to against us, since the overthrow of the Know Xo- she wept salt tears or frelh. or where she loved to vince
was an old and much respected' citizen of our State impossible bring s large a every unprejudiced mind that he was Reported Success of Ihe Cable Vlee
and from early life actively identified with the body as the House of .Representatives t the understanding thing party, comes from the guerilla forces which amuse herself into spitting fire above and around earnest and enthusiastic in his vig.lnt. TuYr BAT, AugstThe Niagara arrived&

Democratic party. of any matter out.iJe of the usual current took to fighting "on their own hook," after they some mountain top. These dear children would procure a passage of that bill" A E O. here )'esteNY. ad reports t.l1t the Cable] b been
action of the government, and which required any were broken and dispersed In the contest of 1830. seem to have felt their ancient dame's pulsewell,, .- .! successfully laid, the Cable will be landed to-day.
Mr. Ynlee'tj Letter. explanation.The They ]have, it is true, a common enemy, but not a and curiously questioned until they had secured [For the FlorIdian and Journal.] The signal is reported to be perfect thfo'ughoutStiielile.

The following letter from the Hon. D. L YtttE Committee of Ways and Ianl. upon which commn priltlle They can agree in the offensive, many a precious secret which she 1'8 loth to die o, MEs8'. EDITORS h: Allow a scribbler to notice a lit
to Judge !HAWXIXS we commend to the earnest attentive pressed at that time all the bills returned from the but dare each other ia a common camp, cover. And then they enjoyed this and their tIe 01 tie proceedings oi :ateiistjinl IIS fleet .
hail Senate nor in a division of the We could ing"at on Sat anliy,the:31st ult. The first Atotrrx, 5.-Henry D. K ew kirk of New--
impartial reading of every citizen of was really overworked by lice multifarious common plunder. The spelling s nicely. easily believe after Xcwpr. Augs
our State. It is an intelligible and satisfactory exposition 'details belonging to the numerous amendments in- war cry o one faction wings a curse (rom another, this that Mrs. Rhodes, while very firm in her discipline cal for I ( will be found in tl.! WaLulla burg. New formerly merchant tailor here

of all the circumstances connected with the trUNd by the Senate into the various appropriation and the blazonry upon one banner is scouted by is e fl"tonat and winning in h-r ays. Times, June 30th, and I ns follows: and who recently visited this place, for his health.

defeat of the appropriation measure in the late Con bill and acted upon them in a very hasty the followers of another. These ill.assorted assailants Of Mr. G.'s classes we need not say much. Atone .)Ia FyironVIII you plea e publish the fol committed suicide last night.
lowing call for a Contention
gress. The vigilant Senator handles the subject manner. To this haste we were a sacrifice.It are now illustrating their venom and imbecility time we witnessed a class of joung ]ladies, .We would county Democratic: Later from Central America.

with bb usual ability and in the spirit of trnth and may be 'roper to add, that in a conversation in the State and elsewhere, and furnishing called out to declare what they knew of the Constitution Convention be held suggest on tJe tlat" Saturday in July County, NEW YORK, August 5.-It is .reported here that

candor. All he says in this letter is but a recapitulation :- which I had with Mi Jones (the Chairman of evidence of the character we have giVen them.- of their country. Quick and accurate in the Court House in Newprt. for the pur of New Granada objects to the passage of the U. S,

of what Judge Hawkins presents in his explanatory Ways and Means Committee of the House) since the The integrity of the Democracy is proof against all every reply they sooa convinced ai y doubters that selecting a candidate. us next troops over the Isthmus but it is said that they will

statements to the people which with adjournment he gave me assurance that he would their assaults and must triumph in the end. For, the Governmental Instructor" had instructed preinl legislative hold AsSetttbly meeting; and, s as in to the secure mean a time, each and I be sent notwithstanding:

the additional unqualified confirmation ofSenator co-operate in securing early action upon the subjectat if the great Whig party of the country could not them nor did they answer parrot-like, as though representation! from each portion of fir county I klHuot h .
Mallory. ought to be, and will be satisfactory to the next. session. overcome i in a t.enty.fr years straggle wIt by rote, but calmly, intelligibly and distinctly. in the Convention Suggestions as tv other places Kanra -
omitted."By ST. Louifl August&-i.eavsnworth City ha given
every anprejudiced wind. The general temper of all shIes in was the talent and concentration ef) aim which they They spoke citizens of county and residents '
a
Conge Jterl1 publishing the] above will oblige !C9TDtes for the English bill, ] .t it 1 10.Klckaboo .-
you many agun
FERSASDIX.ArGUlT 4th, 1653. to avoid and postpone as far as p'iLle every considerable brought t bear against it, there is little to fear in of Monticello '' speak. Next, in As DEMOCRATS.
p'-eclnU 94 fbr the bill and
Dear Sir: take pleasure, in replying to jour appropriation in consequence of the state the final issue with the 1t'1]honest of that party, tronomy Histr sacred and prdfaile, domestic, In the saint paper, ( Waliilla Time,) of July the against it English 61

enquiry.It of( the treasury. The Oregon and Washington territory leagued with factionists whose objects are condemned and foreign, in Algebra and in Arithmetic. Reader 7th, I find the following: ..... : .

was distinctly tIle understanding with Mr. i volunteers remained unprovided for, a did by a majority of the people in advance of you thovld hart hedrd thenl, nay seen them; and .Mo. EDITOR: I see in your List issue a proposition Additional by the Prince Albert.
: Jones the Chairman of the Committee of Ways anti ours and many other fcimilar demands upon the the struggle.] then if you could do better, or show me any equal for a Democratic meeting to b held in New. HALIFAX Aug. 6.-The sales of cotton in Liverpool *

51can. that the appropriation for the pay of fiericla honor and duty of the GovernmentThe Election- Returns.. nambct of maidens fair who ian solve and resolve port on the ]last Saturday in and inviting for three days were 20,0 bales, of which,
niilitu te continued and renewed confidence of problems Intricate and make other enrtionf Now I propose a mass meeting took and
should introduced in the Senate as an your NORTH utterance of many speculators 1.6 exporters
returns far received Indicate s of the I.blr.
C.C.LIATe
to be held
amendment to the constituents, to be evinced in the coming s things and wisely and to tht eitiznl \akula. ( on the same The market closed dull and demanding
Bill and
Appropriation thus elton. that Ellis, the Democratic candidate, will be prudently point regarding day,) in regard to affair I presume there buyers were
: come before the House.! will.strengthen your hands in carrying through the elected by over majority! all their lessons, let us know it, and we is but little or no opposition to the Administrationlet a reduction.
Tills uaderstanding was communicated to lou at appropriation at the next session. MISSOCRL-Barrett 10,0, the Democratic candidate forCongress will attend your examination. Specially in Arithmetic us then look to our trent and Flour was dull, and unchanged in price. Wheatwas

the time, and you approved it, as the mode most Very truly and respectfully your, in the St Louis District, bias been elected] do tl ge tlema'l pupils evince the good. results select( our most) efficient man.As OLD DEMOCRAT." steady at, unchanged price, but sale were

likely of success; evincing at the same time great D. L. YULE Over F. P. Blair, Fre.' by a handsome of careful training. They are ready, on the igeJ in sluggish. Corn uhibt a declining tnd Dey.-
satisfaction at the assurance it gave of securing our Hon. G E S IL w.IXA In the second District 8iler.Woodbon,.Democrat majorty. Is blek-board. with the slate or in the hed One the again,editorial same notice paper: of July 21ef, I find Sirit of : heavy at 40., and Rosin
object class of delightful little souls, between following steady at 41s. Id. ,
!t Judge Hawkins the Ea t. elected. I the sixth District, FJHps, tle ages of The meeting to nominate a candidate for the
; The above Is the sufficient answer to all your letter This gentleman has opened the no doubt elected, and in the seventh .1 Demort as herd i 10 and 14, did really astonish better arithmeticians Legislature wi take place on next Saturday week The eDf1 neil by this arrival i unimportant

calls for; and I might stop there. Bet I take campaign in the East in gallant style.CongtioDa le from, Noel, DemOcrat, is far ahead of his opponent than I-the- writer is a very bad one) They were the 31st A serious gale had occurred on the Eaglish coast,
f
the occasion to add some further. observations which the issues in a bold and distinct manner giving meet KEMTCKT.-The returns indicate that this State all ,minute-mto every girl of them quick sharp Now Mer3 Editors, my object in thus quoting causing much damage t the sipping
: consider doe and the has ready 1 Fractions they broke and these notices is to call attention the 1be detail of the news fr loia arc unim
t yourself t public.In as we are pleased to learn from reliable correspondents gone decidedly Democratic, by increased majorities up put togetheras t action of
the frat place I scornfully reject and repudi- entire satisfaction to his political friends.his .- over the votes given in the Presidential, cunningly as children do the blocks with which the opponents of the Democrats at the meeting on portent
I* ite the attempt made t separate you from the rest explanations touching the defeat of the appropriation election. they learn to manufacture words, or draw in out the list nit They l'er like the preachtr I once The Brti.h June trade returns, show a rurherdere.le

?t i : the dtltgtoD. and throw upon you the recpons.tility measure, as far I be has made them o. LATER FROM SOUTH CAou .-The Raleigh Standard lIne their country's various States. Interet even heard o( When another man was Called, he ..nawered. in export
t of the measure. That responsibly the stump have been received with approbation by of the 7th inst, says- com.punJ, (hard as we usually tat when and rather a poor prtach be made. Now Rothsuliild had taken Lie let in the House t f

is rightfully upon the delegation. We cannot all unbiassed minds, and, a I necessary consequence The people of North Carolina voted on Thursday hae render it,) was interesting. The Rule ours was a Democratic call. And combinations of Commons amid load ehetn.
it my consent be &prte I there has ben a revulsion of public sentiment i rapidly last for Governor, for one member of Congress to of Three, single or double they worked I though Whig, Know Nothing, disaffected Democrats and 1 ldi. the heat reported&be terrific.killing
cult i has been the fult delegation. Knowing progressing, even with the volunteers themselves.We fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of an old familiar friend. anxious officfc setters all met at Newport to answer more than the enemy. I I. the hottest weather
I do that fulfilled and cordial Mr. Clingrnan, for members of the Legislature, and The exhibition the call! and of experienced for a quarter of a century.
yon faithfully have all the while felt assured of this result for Shcrilft. public of speakers end readers ; all the juggling and caucusing you
ly your whole and due part both in consultation We never for a moment believed that the intelligent The candidates for Governor were John W. came off on Thursday night-music i intervals ever saw, it was there, between the Knot Nothings Ex-President Pierce had arrived at Cadiz, and
IoR
'I and action I insist and claim t be judged with you, and independent voters Florida would steel Eilia, Dcmociat, and Duncan K Eo.". Dis- and a Address, by Mr. Parkinson on Education. and four or five Democrats; and by the time the bad sailed for Marseille

All that was don was done by the delegation. AH their minds against honest convictions and turn tnnutionist.The Democrats hate elected their The positions taken by the speaker were all sound, meeting was organized, they had everything, as Oregon and Wtshlngton Territories.

that was omitted was the omission of the delega- deaf cars to the appeals justice and candor when Governor by some fifteen or twenty thousand candidate ma for and the language beautiful and musical, and, they thought, fixed up brown" A the saying Is WASHINGTON.. Aug. 6.-Gen. Harney take com

tion. We cannot justly] b et'parte In the public made' in behalf of an injured public servant, who jority and hue carried both branches of the Leg withal clattical. We, w common with many others, The first njove of the Know Nothing, without be- mad of the army I in Oton and Washington Ter
judgment; and ought not to be in this, or any oth. has been the victim of intentional misrepresent lzlature by large majorities. Judge Ellis has gained( regretted that Mrs. E. Spear Stohh, who has conducted ing asked or knowing what kind of a meeting it ritories.
matter of State interest The moment that the tion. in all the counties thus far heard from, and that up. ] the Musical introduced resolutions of
abandon There
on the vote for Bragg and the for s admirably Department for was to all former will soon b 2.-000 the best equipped
practice bemellecogzed of a separate responsi" Judge Hawkins addressed the people of Columbia Governor Bragg in the Stte Gler. being majority 12,694] two years past was not present to preside over the political issues and form a great conservative party, troops sent to that region to operate agslost and
lAZily respect t State business county at Alligator, on the 7th inst A in We have claimed for Judge Ellis from fifteen to exercises of her interesting pupils. The whole and gag down a resolution binding all the meeting suppress Indin Jt01tlO
before Conges all concert and efficiency in tfllijent cor. pndent.. writing us from that point, twenty thousand majority. Of course this is con community know her but t love her name her t support the nominee of said meeting without -

the action i.t an end. I protest characterizes it and stsfcor speech, iectural by the returns; but we thus do far not think it possible that he judging fall but to praise. Full of regret are all that she i any platform or knowing who the candidate mightbe LOKGKR DOUBTFUL I -

therefore, for the public interest against, your recognising and assures us "tliat Judge I. will crr the below fifteen thonnd revd. can about to leave The good wishes of many friendsgo which, of course, was opposed firmly by all the BOTH E3DS OF THE & L LANDED !!
any responsibility separately from the del with her true Democrats in the .
county by a Urge majority. passion Let fishy .Independent democratic candidates tic meeting This caeione a
egation. and prejudice is lid aside and the public mind warning from the fate of the disorganize in North But t end this i long record of what we saw and split the Know Nothings withdrawing wit some SIGNALS COMPLETE!
Did the delegation discharge their duty t I say made accessible to reason, we do not fear the Carolinia. at this examination,t was honest, it was full, four or five Democrat, and arrogating them
result t
boldly and tul tee did I In all my experience InC SB it was in the main satisfactory. Jefferson Academy ale as being the mass meeting;and put in nomination Ta"t Bar Aug.9.-The- Atlantic eaUe' ia
; of the State ever more James Carlisle, editor of the The Fernandlna &Cedar Key** Iloa&r complete *ueeem.- Signals are being transmitted
% WakullaTtmtt their candidate
'll'1 B Esq. worthy of the of all from the few Democrats who-
support Intelligentcitizens
i
hearty
The .
nr of the 4th inst. contains a through the whole extent however W
\ diligently attended to- nor more active lteI. taken declines the nomination tendered to him bya report frm of Jefferson county. CIVLS. off with them which goes show what '; I may
to the President of this road of an interesting and sat- ade t several ot week before .it opened
ensure aece From the beginning session democratic meeting (the proceedings of which will down subterfuges will be resorted to by the d. perhaps i
no omIssion of any step proper t success can b published our next,) held in Newport on the Ufactory charcter. Cf the entire track only twt TJ [For the Floridlau and JournaL] opponents of Democracy. They are always feeling to the pab1.

b pointed oat. I challenge and. defy scrutiny; and Slat July. We should hare been pleased to me et the mie.road remain has been to b graded. More than one half of J a:1IE \ugjt 4, 1858. about, when they are in the minority for Democrats A99THXB DISPATCH.Tanirrt -
in -
claim that whatever was to be done old friend put complete running order. ; "
out our at the
this
necessary Capital inter He would It states also that MESSRS. EDITORS: I address you for the purpose t use to .pl up the Democracy; and, to the BvXsig.7.-Both endsofthe
most of the iron for the
of and in Congress, to secure have made a most useful member portion I telegrap.cble
of
payment the
Conge Legislature.In of track not laid is landed of informing you of the proceedings of one John regret of the true Democracy we hare men who are now saeeewfnlly landed, and
_ already at Fernandina
w. by the delegation; and that we pursuedthe declining the nomination Mr. reet
C. says: and the small remaining balance landed at Wettl. the independent candidate for Congress.He will allow themselves t b used by out opponent, 6rC.gD.1.r passing momentarily.
wisest coarse 1e were capable o devising to "For the information of many warm friends:at a Cedar wi b is now sojourning in our city i and with soft, words and prmia of office, against the '
distance, Key as soon a* the preparations for Its landing concocting
_ accomplished the end. we distinctly state,that there not a Vote I
_ It i. fitting in tiiis letter to Into details in Wakulla county-political friend or opponentwho tan- and for the laying of tr.ick from that end can slanderous charges against the Democratic party mass of their old political friend Were the boss ST Louis, ,-We nave.. from Leavenworth .
no go and themselves and their influence Ang rdr. .
doubt our of Mr. Buchanan's Admin! be its nominee. Hh conduct most tl the party all, I I
t certainly
but apprCa made to inst far heard
I stand as the
from
prepared to vindicate a every pint, israton. or of of Judge Hankies. Track. fron the tinctured with political dishonesty and corruption. Would cut them all off and le all such go; but it 4t S
and to the fullest extent, the policy and the this a\01\'al for the satisfaction of laying Fcrnandina end will be does majority against the English bill ia. 4.0 It I*
From his will
ocr fre visits tsthe liberality
stop pretend
ficnt offie nt great -
of the delegation. ftlends.ts for tltnsc! who crul.t rumors of our resumed In a few days; and the road will then ReC1 Lere Tty generally believed that the majority trill reach
and the of the in supporting such and to
similarity unsuspecting -
_ Living in the section of the State mostly disaffection" for the purpose injnrng .tre fare I'rge steadily t completion as rapidly a$ labor that eitrll wheh appearin Democrats Dert go 900O. No return however Lave been received
nothing. paper (especially those in the last week's swap with them tote .
ted in intreSj can lay iron o from the South-Western .
_l the I felt eountit
appropriation, a warm Mr. Carlisle-endorses] the nomination ofCoL T. J. I We are learn that bsue i regard t one of the editors the Floridian injury of our fr Democrats, and often cause -. .
pleased
took an active part in the subject; and I know that M. Richardson t DeW arrangements with hi. letter addressed the defeat of our most worthy men with those
if there had been fault with whom b has "always politically have been effected! by the company by which they J Joternalft) to the pnbli men. AR. OF TflB -
imputable t yon, I should acted and in whO political integrity he has will be enabled to reality the means for the expensive dated St A-ugtathio, July 17. leads me, and in fda who will allow themselves to be used in this way. Ag ; cr
,t not only have been quick to perceive, but as quick the confidence."* and costly line of steamers the large portion the Democratic party this section All each men, who will allow themselves t be used B c.
uhno o
o
t
to resent and expose it, as an offence and injury to early and nicccsrful development] nee8t should Tar Tb .
We have know Ir. Richardson for enterprise. t believe that the said John WetteoU holds by our opent b marked as the most
the the many years The report concludes with the passed O4YC..I Race yesterday aM
dclegatlonuponwbieh responsibility res and gratifying announe- the editorial reins of thtff Democracy have contend .
be
slow believe imputations hh paper.Xotr, we dnger rG Ille
&
that the
s1.tl t upon ment early fruition the State and the simply the the AsaoeUUdPraa.
____ ld political. integrity. Stockholders of all the great t results anticipated ..I how can the high.minded afti' honorable against; ao4 they will Jei,if not rightly guarded by alum yacht belonging t
He it has been alledgod that yOtf trae at fault from tills ' At'l.
fn not dbeuseingthienbjecttnore extensively whente The Great Feat Accomplished.An same time way eser for the progrefea Mr. Wtntfftt uas isued a campaign. paper fr .i!old r'fl.D true Democrat all DerooeraV The new* by tc75 Jingo .teen ajitieipated b
W A.eu Committee will be of the remaining parts of ( exten lee of 'af the Prince Albert, at Halifax
reported agninst seen by a despatch in another column, State he system the Job Office of Mr"' Drew, "PaZs'a if.kaInst being upon i. plea of
improvements of which this road ( e.U t6
it. The: idea U aUurd. At that state of the season the Atlantic Telegraph Cable has been successfullylaid. ., .. i a pr. Advocate." whfdVjs with a ice principally libtraRty-It U only imp advauUgA of you [SCCD .ut}

and npoa.aB appropriation bill, the rccommcndVtion As a,mdum, of intelligence,..the distance THE ALBAXT 1..UO..Ti. able Democratic paper written by b 1.td fed eb appeared_originally in some other way that they are ever liberal. At Liverpool during the three d*>*, lIsa sale o/

of the C nlllttC1p question not involved between tl'e too hemispheres has-.beeu triumphantly has parsed from tike Lands 0 CoL Tilt into as editorial!in te 170it jftgubiuan. L me ray in eonclnsfon, beware of ill Westcoats cotton wee bales, which speculators

in party l C.! al0 decisive as fate. Not uniMlatd ,IL 5 i. a pu achievement- tbe of A. J. McCarthy Eq., The retiring editor nying this emr tof.a copy of Aecmp paper breeehe, OYU-u i. meeting coats', or took 1,400 and:.0 o &
I
only is debate Bet fokrated by the house a such The most enlightened people, lb sides of the hs,won for himself I name, not only as a journalist alluded t a'"ehi which J-o will find an article any other kind 0 coats tae roft Democrat may the trade. eprr t.41.IT1. ,.

_ time, but to persist cbtf'gin the tcrr of .Atlantic, ]labghed and scoffed at the enterprise aautterly but &a gentleman of
_ _' the IIouw, CTMtes : la person Impracticable; but, despite the prediction resources of hi8adop( d State. HU successor "Pewxrit, ? 'which I hav "every reason to you only examine them,'yon wi { advancing price ." ,

j and the suleetIinrtfd: to future acC. You cf the enlightened world, the C.be has been w
'J Blight; as usefully have employed }'em-self la wbut- ,fi.Uy laid and works in perfcrrOrder of the PatrtoL ; yoaVill(notice i n p,article ins' t tan< teeth'.f thl Democrat ;they. '.are. ccekin*.to" destroy. For was quiet Wheat steady. 'Corn..dn.i .

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-!' it I"t Tiirj' ertir.f wa heavy, stud Rosin 01IITUAIIV.D. ABKANGEMEHT:
No. 615. I SWAN LntteriesTRIUMPHANT NEW
:i .ii -. $500 HE" 1\11D. & CQ/S I
stthorcsi4enreofaii3feIkltt.% l>q, in this coon- I

tmThZ tl wife of Ora. WIH.ain: .
of Jt ffcr : .
Maled tlint the nr.linun jm.lron. ,hile on Its talcr. .n county and daugh 1.h..
OREN DAVIS Wilkinwn Co,
I ter of Oov. John ra NOTICE 0 *.
rnrb. Penwool *
".1, to (iiertourg, ITt.VITIMI oEJra to ilia i-ge its the I Xortn Caro'ias. I c-, Oa"Dt1.eDi ,l.t of tbe 31st July the I If-__ On the Tallahassee and

oar <.. anJ proceed to Ciiodi.i. 'or I the cbjtct.srahtic of*esteem that aj IDa tro the rard h art, could an.l! rcnd-.r have clalme-l the pesaes.for .: I following I.I'H'lit'cJ NEGROES to wit: \ I FOR THERESTOEATIOX OF CXRTAIXLAXDS TO sn'.v: 4" co. citiitinuc to drar us vsu- I: JA 11..- U.OAD.

her exemption from the ,h"ft of death the jJfet (.f this : SAM. stout -iO( )(ni! oM.! dark ton p'exion.! :11111 I MARKET IN THE 01 ariLi1D)11 infrrrnplion. I .4s&- -
Pitrthrr from the Cablp. brief notice though **! fteonscIaus very roUt II tet-th m.! hOC n note! in !.:> ear, \v i iLaI U M **.! aft-r FIT the il& ofr Jbna, the freiffil

Tri.-.iii UAT. Aug. V.-l1e ctracj.ltii| Ni iagal1l.> protracted Uf U'nee 0 earth, mILt tenth hut truly enjoyed loves amore a I 16& to 170 pobn.'*-thick luilt. : STATE OF FJ1O1tDA. SWAN & CO.'S Lotfrrier rb legal and.jwiM ncr Train .ntk.ea. Roads will *

(Jorgow at.d Porcupine left tiMlay fur fit. Johns.Preparation .- shining mark,sad in Its quest for .ht.strikes. down the BEN, about 80 Jeall old. dark kin, and Las a And Authorized by the STATE of GEO.I! run triweekly;m fuJIom !. id .

for trsn niltting ino.vagiii arc in a loveliest and the LeiL notch in hie front teeth, if large builtraw, boned, and I 1"IIE grant of land made by act of Congf ess.' ap- 1.t"'t T4JJZU/te4a S .rX.rrLa' : .

-i:'r of(orwar.1nic Hi* ()vrcii*" and Prc-4'K'nt'i To an enlightened mnd)In .u.n added those ':- I will weigh about 175 to 180 pounds. proved May 17, 1858 to the State of Florida The lot attempt to ijre oKrfrm has tAovn that i.e i.taeeMondsye..WedecsdaysaJPI$-

b lIlieS and graces of Oe I'cat Mch endeared her to all CHARLES. rb wt IP jcrrs old, dark kin, low to aid jn the confirm ti"n certain railrnntU therein oar Lotteries are drmrn fairly ; that oar prizes *)": 11 ... M. f> cef t thr ln tl" tttfc .f each
uxz** \iiI |1lltlJl t e tian.niittr>l during the 1 ho knew her. The ; iiifiilioned been far to uhor- and tMat mr tchemtt T"'u..iII leave .1
feelings (.f kindness which the ever j i built, and will weigh abr-iit ISO to 140 pound liutiiig so adjusted as art paid punctually ; nontlu.whefl .

wi.1.. ttice, ln wv-\ r. wilt I I. ;jji\tK in #J ra:.CI'. d'I.13)c mere 'not fce stLdlrd manIfestations of art, but JEF. a Mulatto 17 old niniiuu IZP ll.e rh-iV fr in witlulrnwal i-f the laud heremaf- are mart liberal than any othtr Lottery dais ait.siist.M'ea1sy. Wedaesdsy or E'.P

\ ;"'ner:.
;, sal were exhibited amn4 all the Cart off f-d lands hentofure ithdniwii from sale cr ------ -- 2ilttes.su.saiit1.).
varjlng circutni&tin<* I I hourafdeprtiera ..
lit icil'-.1 if i .
II C ;
life. Every impulse of her heart prompted by the : '' ANN a durk fl.nn..1Omlln, spare inaja and entry which he outside tit miles on each side of rUE fallowing Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan jrviveat&Ms.i&s..5.Wil'M.Leavetit.fazks. .

Covrriiiuriit 1.oii.VAurcOroc ofgn"dneathatbtlong.-dto. her ultre.' Who that knew pirt i ij'iick; motion 'p-iks: qu'ck: when spoken to, about the Al.ibaua and .Florid the Pensaeola and Co., 1Jho3&eu,of the Sparta Academy Lotteiy ...,, P.I.

\ A ".-The > for the Iler 0\1 ha'-e V.r.ed The cr! ad'il'Jonal trait lo render her :rn or 80 years old. Oeofi:"" the .Florida Atlantic and Gulf Central in each of their Single Number Lotteries fist (except oo Friday when the testis w f Jl .lewV at, ...)

up. < 1'1.h.\.li'ni lovely T I NANCE a yellow girl 18 years old spare mat, aid the FloriJ! railroads, citaated in the ttndernienliuned AUGUST, 1858, at Augusta Georgia, in public,notier Arrive alTallal a ee..... ... UJlMf ,

l, a Kiil'ion* l.ian were cptwd to- liiy and awai Joli To tht t.\crrycLjcneJby! tbl, inacrn'ab'e dUpcnation I : nd will weigh about 120 to 130 pounds townships which han not been .,Beleclsd lbs superintendence Commissioner (except OQ Fridaj. when the teams.will amieat til)

i I.t :m .\'rlf jj* IIII.III1' .>f Cv |I"I' cti.t.I I of Providence,there rema'na: to mitigate their! gri-f: LINDA R d.uk kin girl 16 3 ears old, weighs iu virtu of Kiid grant or,acy other! grantmade by Clai"yi Draws on Saturday, Avyutt 7, 185?. And whets n manr. to Mooect with
on Smlj
the reSeftion that he licd In the triux h cf'an unshaken about 125 or 129 pounds.ALIS ] Ctngress or legally claimed br pre emption and r7a.i-213 Itat on Saturday Anft 14, 1858. Mail 1 fcetww*.tfrv Orleans.
lie liue of SUwows ftjtog
>c ecnt on S..noraprr..he.ctf'f.. fiith. in h.-r an-I that her spirit I* at rest with her wAle / tufyect ti private titry at the date of Clot 29 Draws on Saturday Auirt 21, 1853.
Je'"lcr. dirk skin
I a girl, weighs ISO pound, low, Key WeM and Uv.a. neb snare at. aaxt
.,. Lefts Au. It'-\I' arriral: lerc from MLu1'rque Cod, "'h.Isl I h us i* left the memory of her virtues: her goodness ihu:.key bult.; .icitfidfaval, will b. torcJ to pnatc entry on thoI.iy.i Hall 30 Draw on Satvrdqy.Jl August 28. 1838.0..i' depart from St. Marks on&. J Ct& and.Jflh"of each
and at the places htreil.aft..r specified at the -- -- --
< anuouaccs that tlirtc IrrtdrcJ ami Fevf titj- I and her trlt. Husband, r-tb..r.IstC: brothers endclnM I offer the alo\e reward fur the X.-qroet with the ordinary rciuinium of fl 25 acre, or at the prices THE rLAy O"F'sJ.'t"GLE-l.UNBERS. month. .. .
to In Ire: per
i.ve men were met at the Patme* Ford, on their and'love Ion &f' Ind"rflso nary .m\c cf kindness THIEF, aihl proof to ct-nvict him. or lift7 d-Ilais for to which they inay have graduated at the date of On Pensaeola 4 Georgia Rail RoaJ ft Tri-vrtty
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YTftftn; Sonorx I lD. to I'ar from *horn was her only pang in each of the Necr-.es. OREN DAVIS. withdrawal.At 6 OOO Ticiete train will boron vn Monday, Wednesdays arnt Fn-
'.ir tojoin a They understand death,may feel that artuad Ue throne of Cod there ia ono ,
t11! t WalLci xroajd be it the Pa>j whit tight Lurdr bright spirit to rejoice their triumph over the tta's! and Augu-,1 U. 1858. 334tSUNDRIES. the land office at TALLAHASSEE, on Monday the 5,485 PRIZES j' : days ? > .
of!Cf.. sixth day of September next viz: L*'T. TaUih.II8e.'l A.If.
"d uio'uited racn armed with Minule nudrgtit temptations NEARLY DUE PRIZE TO ETI8T NINE TICKER
ri.ltp Attire at Station-No. 3 (Watker'a Mal. 80 LU.LcsveStstiossNo.2..s..4" .
Xorth the bo lint and
Her tht
mortal remains now LC .Pine HiH," Is-u.s i of it east of principal meridian.
: r'pe L A M.
c-inr.cn. those of a lovely daughter n preceded her the tomb USSETT from the S. JfAGMFICEXT SCHEME!
ID BROOANS. Factory,
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Arrive at Tallahassee. .. .L0.40A.U.
Mar""c.. surrounded by a grove of myrtle* which unheeded sigh their JLV 300, 400, and 600 pound Patent Balances Townships 2 and! 3. of ranges &, 2; 3. 4. and 6. TO BE DRAWN EACH S ATT t PAT If AUGUST :;} < .

ceastlef reTjniem over her grave. p. Stet'l.yorJlpring Balances, Township 2, of 6, 1. 8. 9, and 10. Ou Fridays an arcominoJjrtion Train wilrh> "the
> ranges 1 Prize of $70,000 4 Prizes of .f coJ" *
tw YOEK August 5.-Cottan sale 6>J bali '.- Tallalassee *ieIatIeo..fo.
----- -- Porcelain lined preserving Kettles, Townships 1 and 2, of range* II, 12, 13, U, end 15. . 30.DOO 4" . 800t" Depot 3,4Ws3ksUilflat
Hour buoyant. 'Wheat firm. Corn unsettled. Nt Decisions in 1858. Crown Crushed and Clarified Sugar, Township 1. of range 16. 10,000 I 01. . 700) 4.30 P. id' and.arrive at Station !.*. at 13.S P.
M, Lea GUtk No. S at C, and &yriya.t Tallahassee
v.) store quiet. Burning Fluid, Lamp Oil, and Linseed Oil) South of fAa base Hit and cent of the principal me. 1 II 8.000 .4 M . 600
FEW COPIES hand of at 7.15 P.M. :
the Dceisioni _
.n .
NEW Orir s", Aug. C.-Sftles of cotton today I j A of White Lead, Window Glass fine proof Paiut, ridian.Townships 1" 4.000 60 . 500 ?
I tile tiupfttne crt of Florida for 1858. Price i iI Potash in 6 pounds Can*. . 300 A HACK J leaves SI Marks OQ arrival of taa Traits
1. \f bale MikJHn,; II @ 11 J cent Sales for I J by mail post paid, ; ". The cash must AcemI I Fine emokirg aodihewiig Tobacco. 2 and 3, of range I. 1" 3.000 1 100 60"" : 125 for Newport and returns in tune -to connect." 1 2 and 3 of 2 1. 1,500
,
Township 3,4t,6,7aml8.Townships
Uie wevlc 4,3
:,' O) bale TIle increase of receipt at this port I July! Jouml1. 30 Soap, Candles, and Starch. Towusbips 1,2, and 3, of range 10. i Approximation Zrizt*.' Fare from Tallahassee: to EL Marl*........fl.OO

i i. 116(1( () bale, and at all the polls 1CofpO) bali :j J8:8. _________.__ _ I i iI -ALSO- Townships 2 and S, of range J 1. 4 Prizes of$400 sppro'g. IJO.OOO prize are$I.COO to to3tationi.l. Pen.*
Get'. It. R.
The rtock is 3G.OOO IaL'a. ;\ POST & ]MEL Cypress Syrup Barrels.For Tow iship 1. of ranges IS and 14. 4 300" 25.000 M 1.200 .. M
1 and 2, of 15 and 16. Fare from Tallaljusee to Station No.!,: ff. , Townships -
& J. MEGINNISS.
sale G. "
by ranges 800
2 0. 10.000
NEW Y OP'J. .\n:5 lea.r Cotton to-day 4 4 CC0.U.R..... --OTl
COMMISSION MERCHANTS Township; I. of 17.
I August 1. 185S. 32-4t range 125" 7.000" 600
l 10:11M', with a dull market. Salos: of Flour H.:fjO 4 Fare f vn TaHabassec to Station No. 3, (WalLrr's -
It North tlit late line and the ,,, 400
ml
i .o'dl' of of principal 4 100" 6.009"
l I'lIrrel", at nuvaiiring prices!: Ohio f 5 25 @ f"i 50. SI''r, Medical College of Geo. ridian.Townthips 4" 7 5" 3.600" 300 Mill).-'.,.. .?*,. ..: 1.00

and Southern! ?; 15 f5 Wheat NE" OLE.NS. 10" 1,600 200
(ai advancing, 2 and 3.of range 1. 4" eha.gedon Pentafol r1.85M R.qrOfWh
4orgu
with ealca ui23.(>Ul: buh h; Southern red $I 05 @J) REFER TOJe ..et A.- .g'1.1s'ta.- Township 3, of ranges "3, 3, and 4. 6,000 prizes of 20 are. .. .. 100,000 to be paid OH arlicery ofgoo .

?I 2<>. Corn lieavy, *ale 29,0<)0 Luhe] : "liit.! !rs 7h<.mas J llkinl&Co, Tahlnlla'aee, Fla. Next Annual Course of Lectures in this tn Townships 1 4, 5 and Be.and, '! 6 range of '. and -5,485 Piizes amounting .$320,000-- }'RO.l8T. MARKS TO STATION i ", a I.Col&g
2,4.5 S 9.
'l'lIE Townships ,
95 < 9C, IIn.l yellow 05 ci-nta. Spirits of Turpentine T. I U. Harris .: .. Quiucy, will begin on The prst Monday in November ranges pen 'f} too
Townships I, 2, 3, :. and 6, of ranges 10 and 11. WHOLE TICKETS 110 ; HLvra |5 ; QuART is$2!.
heavy and Uofln (ea.Jv. lV'il.im: & Palm..r. lJullictI. next with an introductory Lecture by Prof.Emeritus Tubscp hne..7| U 55
Townships 1,2,4.5, and 6, of ranges 12, 13, 14, 15, and .
Bear.J) Cum 10 10
Marks. Jones. On Lotterit tnU ,
- J f.nham I and 1C.Townships. tJjf A CIRCULAR An Indrpeiideut Candidate. Mr. James Kf'vV cst, I I IMes P of. of Anatomy-O. M. NEWTON, I 3 5 and C of range I'. t, seat to any on.desirous o/rtctiriitg it.liao Salt per fO .40
.
.
'
\V.. luite 1 Ix-on aski-l of Mr. AtMiMitt ls. Naught! aj-mpoi Township 1,2, 4,.and 5, of ranges 18,19, 20, 21, 22, .' .
n'tt: i is an lr..l"I|cndciit Cu.i.i1tl'! .',line wy, I. J N. ilcKmnon ((Co, bornasville, I AnltoD1y-I1. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.SurgcryI. and 23.To"n8Lip. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow- Lime, Cement, Slate.Plaster and Guano

who runs 'on bis own Iltl.ktl.I" very A _u t i. __ 3-1) I A. DUGAS. M. D. 1, 4, and 5,of range 24. rates, which is the risk : in packages per lOG lb... .. U '15Bar
JOS. JONES M. D. Iron 100 lb ..25 SS
and per lu
Chemistry Pharmacy-
true in this in-tarcc. Otlur bay, one who liunot 3, 4, and 5, ofrangee 26 and 27. Ticktts. .
Whole
Townships of 10
fiu-iiji fill Notice. Institutes and Practice-L. D. FOPD M. D. Certificates of Package $80 All ether goods per 100 Ib,. .. . .130 30
enough to up a Convention to nomi Townships 1, 3, 4, and 5, of range 28. a a 10 Half .40
natc- him"-true likewise. Other, URIN( mv absence from tle State, ANDREW Physiology and Pathological Anatomy-II. V. M. FroR r..tLL..1Il.lSSEl./oST..1110. 2 3tJ'rtiyhtl
again say, one 1-) Townships 3.4, and 6, of range 29. U 10 Quarter 20 ,
,1'0' anti all ao'I't3 ofotC5, without r(-f<-rtncc top DENHAM i is:my general Agent and AtolDey. MILLER, M. D. Townships 3 and 4, of range 30. 'u 10 Eighth 10 Cotton per bale. . .. .. .. */1I 60

j jll.il.le"-lhl's! so, too; and other!', still, fay MDF.ON F. MORRIS i U for the of the of .C -I. P. GARVIN, M. D. In ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose tie Corn and other in sacks bushel
one Mho Ila ro j-oV.tical! creed uf his own, and t management plantation E Townships 4 and 5, of range S3. gram per I 5 I
!.j... to make those who lisve stultify th! \ tlvit.i and l C. CABELL, ill Jefferson county. I, Denionstiator of Anatomy-ROBT. CAMPBELL, money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt Salt per sack... .. .. ... 5. t&

i y j.iininj him-nob..l, like AVe tcolt for audi a E. C. CABELL.I I M. D. South of use laie line and west of the prineipal me of which they will be forwarded by first mail. Hay in Bales per 100 Ibf, ...4.. : : 123121 1I

_: 1:1'. "..110"i1 vote for the Independent! CnndiffPentarola I' August U, IS: 33-4t As-itant demonstrator B. SIMMONS. M. D. ridian. Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they Lime. Cement Slate, Plaster &4 tlu- ,: .

.1 \\ }"(. July 30. Prosector to the Professor of Surgery-H. W. D. Township 1. of ranges 13, U, 15, 15, 18, 19, :20, 21, may designate.The auo in pfteiaJeo piss 100 lb*.... Ii ltll'.

------- Medical College. FOlIO, M. D. 2?, 23, 21, sod 25. List of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be Bar Irfb f'er tOO 124 III

The Xat-htille 1'iik.n KIJS: The charge a ajnstIlitmphrey I Savannah I Cu'ator of Iueum-T. P. CLEAVELAND. Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 20 and 27. sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. AH other goods lbs..1. 1 IS

) Mhr>l..ll ned Mr. Crittcnd, containedm 'IiulR Anlual Curse of Lectures in this Institutes I Tickets f.r the whole Course. . . .$105 00 At the land office at NIWNASSVILLB, on Monday, C5P: Purchasers will please write their signature EDWARD; HOtrsTOUN-
I. ), "i:1 commence Marticulation (to lo taken once). . .. 5 00 day September next, viz:
the folloxiinjr 1'irngraj'li' from the uis\ile! November ntxt. The Preliminary Lectures en the 13?* Remember that ererr Prize IS draws and l'rt8. SupfrinttndfnL.
Practical Anatomy (to be taken on&. 10 00 South nftht) baft line, and Eat of the principal
Courier is ct>n rrnod ly a rumor prevalent in 18lh of October. I payable in full without deduction. February 13. 1858. 23nsDISSOLUTION .
For further information apply to any member of ridian. tT All prizes of $1.000 and under, paid immediately .
W -litngtvn during the pa.tinter, that Kith of I fACUT.T\: I I ,:
the Facultv, or to the undersigned.I. and t Cf 11. *
Townships 2 3, rflngc after the drawing-other prizes at the usual

!h.<-."e, gentleraen (CriltcnJ and lIr..hal1)) >vc re II I R of D Medicine.ARNOLD M D-lrofesaurTt'oryauJ Prac. P. GARVIN, Dean. Townships 2, 3. 4, 13, and 14, of i.inge Ii. time of thirty days. OF PARTNERSHIPTlJE

i.< i !" ij.ton lotus at the er>iKiucnc,'meet of the scs tie KOLLOCK August t. 1&5S. 32 Townships 1,3.4,11.12.13. and 14, of range 13.) All communications strictly confidential. ,
M M P Prof of Olstetrics and
-. 'I!1'. bi.t changed: their |ioiUon immediately after Difeas.-s Woman and Children.- Townships 4, 6,10,11, 12. and 13. of range 14. AuJreM Orders for Tickets or Certificate to firm of A. R. COMBS i OQ,. u Uris'day-

.. Our Illustrated Family Journal. Townships 1,2.4,5.9, JO, II, and 12, of 15. y. SWAN & CO. Augusta. Ga.tir by mutual consent. Tk .) .ineM will
;h -rrival fPrei tire at \\-A!'hiflg1on. flare was WO BULLOCH, M D-Prof. Principles and range be continued br R. C. WILLIAMS i it alone
The most beautiful the ./?. I. and 11
Union.
kllln Rtfonner. Townships 1,2,4,5,8,9, 10. ofrange 16. Ala.
Ltfore to .tnict canal Prl\ticl nf ?urji : Persons residing near Montgomery or authorized settle the affairs firnu-;
} the
.1 I rcj-oMtion Cungre con ry. to of *..-
:3 U H W AIW. ILLUSTRATED. First CIa s Pictorial Townships I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, anJ 10, of range 17. Atlanta Ga. !have their orders filled aud save
LIFE can
Anatomy.
on the Ohio river,rI..itr] I-iisi ille, Lich \4 ould I JURIAiI 1 D-1.f.e.f, I ..f Pin sUojjv. New'paper, which ought to be read by Townships 2, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, of range 18. time, by addressing S. Swan & CoO, at either of those A.I: C.R.WILLIAMS.COMBS. ..

lime ox-rated| injuriously to LoI1!\U.. It vtassi1 I J D HEAD D-Prof. D-1r. and Medical I every family the Lnd. Weekly at (2 a year, or f 1 Townships 1, 2.4,5,6, 7, 8, and 9, of range 19. cities. .'

t'it: Marrliall and Prentice bargained \tith the Jurisprudence.: 1 Iwtica for half a >ear. FOWLER A WELLS Townships J. 2, 6, 6, 7,and 8. of range 20. JTic1.ets for sale ly E. M. WEST, July Utl, 1353. ;, ,
Townships 1, 2, 4, 6, T.cJ 6, of -
I 808 Broadway, N. Y. range 21.
:' ek Hej-uMkano, that if they (the patties of the N A PRATT, 31 D-Prof tf 5I
jurl) world a5-ist in Jdeating! this measure I Chcni'ctrv.M'D THE WATER-CUKE JOURNAL. the ht Wa.J of July, 1833. {2r7 A lit of the cumbers that are drawn from Coiubs & Co, fur, the year 1859, (6, wad IWT.Wtbcr .

.. 1 jartii.'Sif tie fir.t part would t'pjtofe the Le-: JOS JAS\\'Il. -M A-JJcnct Dcuonetralor Prof. of Anatomy.of Devoted) to Hydropathy its Philosophy and Prae JOSEPH S. WILSON. the wheel,with the ardount of the Prize that each Ly note or aecounl. are requested to core forwardand

Cunslitulkn ; An tice ; to Physiology and Anatomy, with numerous July 24,1858. 30-6w occ i is entitled to, will be published after every drawing settle immediately! &tQ. WlLUAm.

t'llItJ..n) : I atomy.Duiinj Illustrations aud those L ns which Life and iu the following paper: Augusta (Ceo: ) Con July 1'1, 1858. -J9-3U1 [Sent coiy.
II t. ifJirey Jfarrtnt'l in a TijlitVa I : Oak &
Health. $I
vi'ii' kf.ows. the repreM-utative to Congtew from MtEcll: Cofl.ge! Clinical In tiucliun will be given a year. Hickory Spokes. Clnrlfstou Standard, Nashville Gazette. Atlanta In- DISSOLUTION OA .. .

:'iK, &ti-ti lt, will be irpried to heir the following I.I It twice a ''ecJ at the Savauu.ih: 1''litl. only by TIlE PHRENOLOGICAL- JOURNAL PTM!K: nn iersigned i give notice ta Carriage makei, tellii encer. Ifew York Weekly Day Book, Savannah

t'4 i-.t. it is*o entirely (-hrt4: tteri'1ic: t-f tte man.J'lie I n e tib.r tie Faculty of the S.\I.lab Medical .1 Devoted to all Progressive measures for the Elevation I 1. Planters, tc, that thty. ire no\y engaged in Morning Netvs Richmond Di.plllcbNew York Du- CO-PAET5EES&IP

-sittgton SUtesniau, Saturday 3Ut ult. in j IColltl. ppon :large number and variety of disea- ., and Improvenunt-t-f Maukind. Amply illustrated Manufacturing! Waegon and Carriage Spokes by Machinery patch, VauLting (Mills) Clahon, sod Little Rock, / pHB CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore.xiaiinb.-

r. rr.ui; to Ilt.n. Jas. JJ. Clay's cpcech of Cynihuna. j I ffSf medical aud surgical. with Portraits rn' other Engravings. $1 a at Gov.. Call's St.urn Mill at the TallaIwissbe (Ark,) True Democrat. JL tWt'f'O_the Subscribers, under. tb. Finn ..fj
l,8k.A, the! ('illitniug
'Ii..i liuiiiibroy| to say Ih rcgiird to it t Is he guilty which students may 1 have access, accompanied by year. of reasoae'd Oak and Hickory con6ta.rilTy oh hand, SCOTT Jb

'1" not iriiilty : the Professor of thus branch i our Ic t.itutn.: The which they will sell on such terms to make it baa been ll>;! day dissolved by mutual consent. The
Three as an State Lotteries.
advance of each
Vine f.let.'I.uwc\'cr. nhioh Mr. Clay rlated in his ilirseetirg roor-s will be .pn at the commelccmentIf ; For Dollars (?3.) in a copy I object to all to purchase from them. The allowing Md-ryldrid Notet wfAeecuil are in the bands of THO H.HOD -

;"'"' di! we innst repeat. lie said it was known in ( tbe IISiol and rciruia so until the close cf the I II of those three Journals will be cent one year. Spec- I is the scale of cash prices delivered at the -0-- KlHH.aml P. II. routE either of whom. will settle. np
Factory : iL .
imcns when desired *
i sent, Subscriptions com1 'f.. cl! & Co.
I leeturee. may > Managers,
Wa"!iin2ton let inter, in the early pat t of the the busincw vf the late Firm.

,.''.irn of ('.m sre, that 1111 mi'hrr ;''d waofor The condition iilrch accompanies the bounlifuld'lintion I 1 rnenei' at any time. Address, I Buggy Spokes" per" thousand .. ,4| cents** each** F the Maryland State Lotteries, present the following THOS. H. HODOKI3*;.
FOWLER sett..s
WLLLS N. Y. 0
n-bniitin: !? Kansas with the Ix-coinpu'li: Ponsli- ..C the hot Legislature t the Savannah j 308 Broadway, Splendid Schemes (EO. Wi SCOTT.

tutioi ; that! he had prepared speech on llial E i i1'o. Medical College will be mu t heartily complied with .i Ar'Jst7, 1853.. ?2-3t. Carriage and 1 horse W> jgou Spokesper 1>. H. POOLE
----- thousand. .. .. .. .51" For AUGUST, 1858.
:1:1,1.I 1 deliver Si bclor by the! tiz thnt from each wIt POOLE.
au.iitipg all opporttlr.1t to Faculty : one bt-neSciary HOW; TO DO GOOD AND GET Carnage and 1 horse O. .
Waggon Spokes .
t .' the jMr.. <'rittend understood to CongressK-nal District of 1 the receive a ii TallaIIllE laf 185r. .
', was thal "Paid for It per BeU. .. .... .. .6 They caution purchasers of Tickets to beware ./ ". July. ; ; .. : .
in this
: old th. aiu' girund with Mr. Mar mll, when patuitous e education IUltiluioo. Applications -
4 horse thousand to ordering Tickets in Lotteries where
-I'.ildouly Pn'nt'u-c, of the I/ouL-ville Journal, made frr such petition should be made t the Dean, on or Waggon- Spokes per. extraordinary \l (O purchased tllc:'lerNta of ray-laU part-
IAKE nn Acrcncy forour Publications. The terms 4 sett.....7 a large Capital are offered for a small cost of Tickets llA
h.i; appearance; in "'a.hin-ttun. and through him a before the first of October with JL In the Firm f-; fHODOKTSS. SCOTT Jk
nut ICompuie are such, there can be no possibility of loss.- 5 bOr.e" tbouaan.J.a -all such are swindles.The .
1"lr.lin wa* in.iue with the lilaclc R..pulcllu5-0!; goad recommtnil-itiuiic as .POOLG,. I ..If"UmJoJ! daebftaiaeu: aa. heretofore
will be to obtain of. them. 6" II II Lotteries have been in
Every family glad some set. .8 existence for
Maryland
bargainil.ieh Marehall does not dtiiy, but publicly Dl'O.JI1 t rotors 1'lrkt. . .. .* 10 anc.l.ill use my best effort to nioit tba patronage
c.i'lul on ilr. Fte;e-nsoti to tear Stress tljitho Matricalation <(paid oacc). . & For particulars address As this is something new in Florida, we hope tIe Forty Years. They are drawn by a State Officer of all who may favor me with! their trade. .

and hi* Know NoI/ui! <* iillifs had faithfully her Fee f"r Iiploma. .. .. .. .. 30 :FOWLER AND WELLS. ) liberally patronized. Call and see specimens at and can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will GlfO.V.: FCOTf

li rnicd thi-ir j>art of the \ :arg.vn.! Foes for rot C'ole. . . 105 I II 308 Broadway, New York. Mr. Kuhn's Carriage Shop m Tallahassee. get your money. The whole country i i. flooded wi'h July Int. 1658. 27 .
7 1SS8. 32StPLANTERS' Beware of them.JSP .
August Bogus
For further apply! to SCHNEIDER & CO. Lottery concerns.
I.allicularl
JURIAII I ------- July 10, 1858. 28 Order in the Maryland State Lott nies.auxuricaxv .
HARRISS Dean.
NEW -GOO STNEW.illioDS
t'r'7"Vr. arc aathortzt'd ami requested to I Angnot 14. 1858. 33Oglethorpe HOTEL 6CUDrE. !

it' ounce DAVID S. WALKER as a can.lid-ite Medical GoL NEW CARRIAGE SHOP.. Maryland] State Lottery. FOR wits; r

f.r ic-electi'-n to tho office of Register of State i .
.
leave infctfa the citizens CLASS N '
"l'HE nndcrstgnexi begs to : ,

Lux!!* j., SAVANNAH, GA. .mt Tallahassee, Fla. _1. TalUbassce and vincinity. tljlt b? has To be ira.1 ;n Baltimore,on 5atu:01.1. August 21st, 1S5i FALL sAj.iij.Nr111B,
fourth Annual Session of this College will in this .
opened a carriage
shop place joinirgI
rl'I1E filE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform It Drawn Ballot tn each Tarktge of 26 Tickets
I ou Monday, the 18th of October, and "
I J_ his friends and the public generally that the Broka w's Livery Stables, / I Grand Prize of...UO.OOO 1 Prize of-------$2,000
continue until the first I ,
Special 1 lloticrs. work in March. 1 Prize or........ 10.0011 1" ... !.Ollq TfikPL- .
I. Prel'fninary Lectures: will be delnreni from the above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the in tie building formerly occupied by J.. L. Groner I a ...... IO.II4MI 1" .... 2JI"f' -
-.-.- ------ 4tL of October until the Commencement of the Annual I second day of Ajigust next. He invites the attention where he is prepared to do all kind of work in bis 1 II ........ 5,0C.T 1" .. ... !,OOOJ ;

THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. I J>f the public to i its I line the shortest and tbe most a ...... :.000 2OPrizesof... 1,20I .
Session i at nptice on ......... :1.000 20" .... 600I TilE untlereigncd is now' rectlving' ids Stock of
1IR JAMES CLAKKE3 CiLteiATTD FEMALE PILLS. II These Lectures are free to all Students.FACULTY Facilities for their Accommodation. REASONABLE TERMS, ........ :1,000 Si" II ... :101I FALL AND WINTER GOODS.

: in the imrJetliate of the desirable 1 a ....... :1.000 ..1" .... ""0 wticb want neither in Quantity, Quality
I'rrparcdfrom a preterijitto of Sir J. Clarke', JD )'. .It being vicinity most such as carriage painting and (rimming; making. new 1 ....... IiOOO ad" ... 100 or Style..
., Phytician Extraordinary to the Queen. lIlt BYRt A M. M D-Prcf. of the Principles business portion of ths city pres-nts buggies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. 1 .a ....... 11.000 64 to _.. to Embracing for the Ladle; '
I and Practice of Medicine. 1 ....... :1.000 116" .. .. :10
Tins invtlaable biedlrlne Is unfailing In tbe cure of all I HOLMES STEELE M SUPERIOR I.NlJFCEJIE'TSto The undersigned i ill prepared to do this kind of 1 to ...... ... :1.000* ,1M a ... 211I Silk Robes a Qmll. Skl Strip Dckiai itoW.

'hone painful and dangerous dlscao lo which tbe frmtlvounmititlon I D-Prof .of ObstetricsI the traveler of business or pleasure, and is unsurpassed work as well and in the latest style, as it cia be ....... :1,000 ",HI a .... us a a Flowiced, '- Challis a
Diseases of
II inbjeet It moderate all excess and remove Women and Chilfiien. in all its appointments for the enjoyment of done at tbe ftortb. 30,1116 Pr .......amouoting to.... .. .....,Ot.OOO Brocade Bay adierSlripcaPluslrBarcgt
A W nRlGCS. M D Prof
"Ill! olxtruclion and a rpccdy cure mazy be relied on. I Practice of of the Principles and EASE AND COMFORT A THE LUXURY OF All those who have this kind of work to do, and TirkU $10, Unites $5, Quarter $2.50, Klghlh |1.29. Cnnill w .. Rwb si I' .

TO XA RIflED LADIES Surgery.V wish it lone in a manner that will not fail to give OrUflote ol Package vf M Whole*.. .. .....$158.Q China Stripr.l GJ er." PrinUd Meriuo Rol.,
II TALIAFERRO. M D-Prof.tf Mater Med- GOOD LIVING. .. .... ....
satisfaction, wend do well to call do. d 28 Halve ".'M Satin Plaid uuhieLoire CAll
: a p icu nnd Medical Jurisprudence. onWM. do. do. S6Qnartcr--------------- 39.50 .
:nonthlj period with rrgularily. F F COLZEV, ll-Prof./f Physiology and General 03- HIS TERMS are MODERATE. co KURN3. do. do. 26iJKhthi.-.i_ ..... 19.75 I WoorDtlUjoMANTLtS' ..
10 1858.
July 28 ------ -- -
Each bears the Ouvrriinifiit
hollle.I'ri. One Dollar, Stamp
PllUwlo __ _
Y. C. HOWARD FISIIEK.
A(:Iroal Britain, to .revent wun\c'rrcil1. n HAVANA PLAN:
i 11 A BLAIR, M D-Piof. pf Special and General _
:SI, 1858. 81-tf
C A V X I O N. July BOOK..BINDING.rl"HE ow ETtai xATttui. ami.

These Hills thoulj nut be taken 1 female daring the first Anatomy. This in the old nods of Dravtuy.-Prizit t/> oat Embroideries
J B L A B M D Prof and
JONES of
Cbcmitty UNDERSIGNED IS NOW .
-ii: Just Eeceived Wheel aIl11id.tll in Prize fOf '
hroe month Pregnancy,aa they are cure to bring on Mi* PI anollcr.-.b.'rn-y it
I armaey. E PAR E D WITH Drawn ont. KTCXT KIXO. .

Carriage In an but eases at Nervous any other and time fj they>imJ are A1rdions.safe. rain in the W T FEAT, M D.-Erooiitas Prof of Chemistry -f"K STORE and for sale by lie undersigned, A. TOOLS AND rtsrfim.MATERIALS NUKES FATAKLE IX 1TLU WmoCT say .UIlVCTImf.: Valeoccoe. ,ilallc*. and Honiton.La tr. <

/.ai Ii and LJmba-Fti on alight exertion Palpitation of Fees fur the full CHARGES Course .:. .. .$105 which JL fresh the supply following pf DRUGS are a few-and CHEMICALS: of ro BOQKJI'J1NDIPW Maryland State Lottery. BONNETS BELTS AND TRIM MINO RIBBONS

.bo Heart hysterics, and Whiles these Till nill affect a Demonstrator . ... 10 : -',' : EXTAJl CLASS, Tlfe rd'W'eUldaJ.oeaUu..atlenti..olu.
nr. 'ben all other means hate foiled,and although a 0,. Matriculation (paid once). 6 10 ors" Bebeerine, 5 c zs." lot"]. AmmonTa, in all its branche8.a J.solicits the pakoc&g9 tlf the To eCrawniaB I tln 1' ,ut r.Satur!!aVi"A V- 2Slil riibRfc'gtert ) (

nat remedy,do not contain iron,calumel. antimony,or any City Hospital (optionary). 5 10 Santonine 6 Sulphur citizens Tallahassee and surrounding country. His 20.1 65 Prize 1 40,000 Tickets '! Orel* a!I Youth Fall and Winter CJotfch *
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;lung hurtful to the coantltuUon.i 15 ChiooiJiue, 10 Nit Silver, Shop i is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr -- denl. ndYouthie Tan tnd Winter -
Diploma .. . .. SO
12 Cinchona Sulpb, 10 Ext Sccesid! Call the \Ve would call particular attention to the following . _. .' .
",ill directions accompany each package. Sole Agent for Students take tbe tickets of of '' opposite Episcopal Church. He is a practical lI"ojI.! 1IATS. OAP8.
..... nitcJ Slates and (CaiiaUa JOB MOK?, the Course may and one One or more student 'I' 25 Morphia 2 Elatenuna, Binder, and feels sure that he can do work as splendid scheme, a package of 16 whole ticket ,t,_ BOOTS AND SHOES. ..
j 1"1 proportionately. Cit f 80 and other ticket .,
12" Iron costing
{Late I. C.BaUl in 4 C.) toe bt'1lterN. Y. in 2:1" Act well and as cheap as it can be done elsewhere. only every being '
will be received from each District aOor
PLANTATIONKersey
CongrtMtonal 40 warranted to draw l0 determined
$ 1M
I 20 flip r oe,. exCuirincA CHARLES FINDEI3EN. ; by to u- ,
N. B.-!!,) pud 6 pontage stamps enclosed to any author- the State free of heretofore. .
,/<-d .\' will '.ure a Wl'Je omitaluing 60 1111 by return The charges Rooms will as be opened the Strycbnir.e-; 5 to Veratria, July n, 1858. 2 -ly [ fST Sent. copy. ber drawing the Capital Prize whether odd or a oliSaloda '' L..4 !*. II1f:2JCt it..
Dissecting
upon
8 lls. Pbcspnle of Am- 15 Ibs. Sulpli Ether, even Stripes. sLansets. .
mail. of ClaM and well
organization toe .
1>or ale by Kdward CarnarJ.J r. Sole"Tholrnale and Be- good material during, the kept session. The suppliedwith daily mania, 50 Chloroform : Seed Seed Seed PLESDlD ScMIr.I :. Marlboroog St.ipes and. RutS pad black Sian....
10 Ibs. lod. Potasn, 30" Glycerine, ( )) ,. Plaid '- sod
all Agent( far Tallah. iw. J. B. -r. Dvld on, fole Agent clinique at the College \iill be opened on the 4th e>f pure t'rizeo$31,000 'ArptOKlmat'D to...$200 LTMtyt Ken'r.. Jesse
2 casks Rock Pot roO' Quinry. October and is free to the Class. The C'ty Hospital ... .
1 800 4 a .. M H bu'wis asdbleseb.i.We.I lists .
1""lruar16,1<> Clyir Ticket will be furnished by the Faculty free of charge -i-A SOEOO )( UTABAGA, CrewS Glazed Drurubcad I ... .... J.00ft 4 .... 80 t t I
to such full course Students a, tlesiie it SULP1I !\ Red Top-Tnrnin, I Cabbage, fc.' i ". ..... SOOO4; aI ... M /d d may
>oiir Hair U Hanii, OZS. QUININE ..... loro'' Bforra and bleached Shec- Complete aaaortaMot of
Flat Dutch
Thus offering to them, in addition to the instroctious Turnip,
CM Prot Woods hair Itastorative.r of their all the Warranted pure, and which we offer ]low for CASH.AMES' I I 1 : :::::::::: 1,000fi.NN1 7 ...So tipgs .Ilardwarc.
: .Mur Hair Is OnlY, own professors, advantages .Just received si tot sale CV .
t.1e Prof. Wood'. hair Restorative.I which tbe physicians of that institution are capable & LIVELY.Notice. .AMES: A LIVELY. 1 I a. ............ 600 400 8 a ... .0 CARPETING, 0 ,

1 II 1 \Mir Hair I*Thin, Hair of affording. July 31, :8i8. 31 July 17, 1853. 29Medical 1 a ....... 400, a ... BruNet.,Three Fly) and IngraJq c .t'. .
Iae'r..t VTooJ Il'IItor.tn. It has been falsely stated that nor school :Is "retrograoin1 ----- --- ---------- 1 20)
Parlor
: Rag and door tt'-
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'' )ou are Bal J, but we think tbe followtc: statement 1 :::::::::: 900 9 '. 60I" .' t
All of UM Above mentioned artiel iriA
UM Prot. Wood'. Hair EomloraUte. CollegeOf J*> *, be coLt
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weWtfilf ! 'i 'ulll."XefOI.nN.ehf quite aufiicitnt to settle that question : The number weeks after date, I shall aptly! le the Hon. : 20,000; a. :::::::: are.: : ::::::..::::: upon u good terms as cia be bought of say H.
THE STATE OF
matriculations in the Medical FOUR SOUTH CAROLINA.rpHE C
ta rr Wo'a Hair RNtrt,. of Oglethorpe College of Probate Jefferson county, for a.n order : :- TkkeU $19,nalte* |3,Qtarter $3.MAXwlm iD the City
d: .v..u lISTS Dandruff for the Collegiate! year 186'1-8, was 37 and 11 grad 'Oertl8e uiof tf
fttiigtt C.
V. and decree for the sale of a certain lot of Lend .WWe. wheyspersona WILSON.
Arhtoal
.Frot "Woo ;.>.> have Eruption, period in the Savannah Medical College were about lying being and TUTI05 will eommense'on'tt* ee*.6d J/i/n- I A*' do. W Sisivee. do..........49 > :' .A 4.

U Fro Ualr R"toratiT. 16 and 6.T known as the ** Damon Lot; containing two acres diy in November, 'upon the followlngbienbhesAnriLony..E. i ; I dQ I, cJa 6Quazteri. do........._ 20 I
'o' more O! Ie& belonging to the Estate of Ana Bailey do.a t" tl EIlIt11A" do......... ItTbe ,. .1gD: :
'd desire Chose! Good Board can be procured in the city,- at from Ucietppi 11. D .5 .
Vie rrr fTood' Hair 1t\'e deceased to be sold for the payment vf the debts of Managers Lairs been compelled from the bav..wrftrstocd fSraqi a rtlUtJiioorc that
|3 50 to f& per week. Surgery..J.J CIUSQIJI, iLD.Tbuory nul WE
Estate. JAMES F. CARTER Admtr.August7 .
'''I.le"!re 1 pc\'f the C.lo lUIr For further information call upon or address said and Practice of Med..f. Q. GAILU.I.O iL D.Fhjsioloarv .rott* ompUioU made -. of tmfaithfuioess601tbSpertdfLbO54wbohavebeenattpndjn. farUvffrnj butt from.thw Stat,...
1858. S24wNotice.
I'r Wo' RttnUn. a H. L BYRD M. D. Dean, ... ...... .. .. .JAMM MOULT b M. D. to U. IMM (&r MU ftorrindt A .pi1.die* *ktaaIab .
') desire to los** he Color,
\ no Fro Wood's Hair Rer.t\. No. 36 Bronghton St, opposite the Marshall House. Mnterla Medrca.. .. . .HET IT R\ Fan,?, 14. Pk filling f>l orders to resume the. correspondence. boM- ndonB Btofoar bcoIg,... PM-

*'(".unt a Cheap Article. Anfi t14_ 1868. 88 Obstetric..... ...... .. Tuos. o. Paiotiuu, 11. D. ness aaj ia tb ir .wn name. That nporta we being t irefuKy'atodc dsea1t.J tbnap-

UM Prof. 'o'lair Beetorative. -- Laving; demands ngtinet the Estate Cbewistry .. .. ...C. U. SnwAap,.11. D. |7* Order Ticket from the Managers only. out J eeonDy.ba&w.1tcold_ .1Ien .
'f you admire the Hotel ALL persona Address aH letters and "barrel and .eU ..
I.uti Lk Sponger; J eiah ilikell, !late Jefferson county deceased DemonstraUrr.cf Aflittoiny..F' T. Mjtps'JL D. to 1'LUiCK & O.Ao an **.' .
tee Prot WoodT flair EeMor.tlve. y .. Baltimore the msttwsIhs .ith. w. buieess b.tber
C. POUNDS. Columbia county. Geo, andrea.S will take notice that they mast present them CLLNIDAL LtCIURES art delivered twice a lid. may
r March 1868. to the thought yJtJa the
i a linire the Beantirol Ringlets, G 6. BaIIs.
1 Went of Ocala! for "tJeveval''months nod to tne undersigned dnjy .Mtbenticated, within the week at tbe Marine HospiUl and fhe Roper 'Hoapi- _1001y' it do rrporUc .
flair as ..iKeada
with ta Pt Wn' RetoUT has now fted to unknown viioos: Hotel keepers time prescribed by law or ibis notice will be pleadin iel 1.bl the Fbjsician.and Surgeon of fhqtie Instituons Notice. w.wt.lsi&tL.U nm.ywa k.ma.mMr.msdw1tha tpsiis U; ttnl that!

>Ol a B".ut Cmpl..xlon. will him'around. DVtbi bar of their ; and all indebted to .
please pass recovery persona -
'* ,Acts ti hat bt X> Stock
.UM Ir.Wo' Hair Ielo. B Fla. said Estate will mate immediAte The omicat'R.oom. W1rb peiaedth.Octobvr i LL creditor t9tr lunUfaft a*
STANDLEY
'"\ >. Tiff free ffoni HOUSE, wnaD T11Ie. payment $ \ ,legatee* and persona ecliti*! 1..tL be ample and W. shall urpect all Mr ....
t pimples, .
,1.1 August T. 1858. 82-gt JOHN ANDE..TtSON. Adart'r. and. dissections conducted daily Jy the. Dettxnetrator. distribution of and in the &Uto *l. Theodore eoadoae &heW .

'j' Tim S Uh Ca Young Prot, Wo' Hair IetU.e Notice.T. July 24, 18iS. SO-Sw in va1uabie." Tunjbull,late of J 3 raon county,.deceased aratxreby uulO. --L__. _fa n..L..: _. ssz'
.appear Anatomical a'd
the Musenni notified
ioo to elaiioa
: present tbeir and demand U '
i; Pros Wood' Hair Bratorative. I Very rtapectfbllT : .
il ou Mii..tW- ;. For Sale.. have been mad in m del* of a very large-cue,lUustnt.o WiICam Bodd. my agent at Ifoaticcll.duly aulkn-- HcNAUOHTL OMOONevporta. -,
) "ant testimony overwhelming, :
of the miaate
Bead the Circular of Prot Wood's flair Beloruve.on JPPLIOATlON.wm be made to the next LegiaX.L FT"HE HOUSE and LOT owned the bunwn body.more and delicate, structure: of notice tieated win withra be plead. Urn m*Iw prescribed of their by law, or and this all ., Jooe 30 5JuJy3( un; :!7. )

: want&find It, la tare of the Ktate of Florida for a chatter for ,_I_ T.Betton and now b1Mr"M. [ A valuable & interesting collecttou Li war of the persona indebted to the said Estate rrcovery art requested; to .

The Depot Is at 114 Vartet*t-iSL Louis, UUwourLtT a Rail Road from Oull City" in the waters of tbe Dr.James S. Jones. Possession may I van ma parts of the system, 10 a healthy and diseased !make immediate payment to:ml laid agent whoM Congress' Water.

X I also i-4.1 by e\r popular Druggist ia the city Et Harbor Apalacbicola through tbe counties I on first October next. For terms apply to elate. lias also. been added. fully authorized. to settle the said EataU accordm- FRESH supply.jartc-T: aad fcr sei.bv

J rulir. eiber af Gaddn or Loon to the Georgia Line. CHARLES IILJTCIIINSON.J0l1 HENRY R. FROST Dean. to law. CAROLINE A, TURXBULL. Exfx. A AWES !IULY

I ',:, C, ,':. 6-1} Tallahassee, August 7, 1S3S. 3j 17, 1S5S. *9 July 17. I S3*. :9-6w :i July 81, 1838. 31-8w Sept.j$4185'l.- U.



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1b. Floridian & I I 48 HOURS I P. B. Bit OKA WS.LIYEfiY Family Groceries. WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, 0 1TOTICE.TO .

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I. puUwhed; every SATURDAY AND SALE STABLES McXAUGIIT, OliMOND, & CO., I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.MAMTACTIKEU ALL ''10.1 i: V5O! CO"CER.\

FLORIDA.lfTHF. : OF copJ'L-31'raN AM> SIIF.I. : f OTIC11 U hereby given that application wP ,
TALLAHASSEE, \
: S. JONES & CHAS. E receiving from rebels in port a crash nnd ,
MRS ;
ARE HETAI .L' ti.e Assembly of ttSrte
would in. IRON 'sAflEJ1OLESALt AND Ialleo t'fuil' Grna
I / Proprietor of GROCERIES, includin
enpply ; .
of'InJt: tn change: the cnme of ,gii-.t 17
At Two DOLLAU per annnm a l" 1 his friends and the C"fTtf e.Sugar, Lard, Ac, Pale Brandy and Wioea.AllO I DEALER is Pmx, FANCY AM JAI.\"FO J
-_H-_ that he has rebuilt his._ Oils, Paints, Ac. WAUE. :: J."Slminf.1 tu AnJI (ollrpr ani aif"! elaine-c. -
TERMS OF ADVKR : large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and 13 nuw nf rs charter cnform in all respects to tint rfCoMitr. a
-ALSO- Move EJcnd-Qnnrfcr? t Segued; in behalf the PoarJ cf 7m
his friends and customer I
": S juareof. each 11 subsequent lines,or l ws,tirit ':!.. .' Line prepared He also to has accommodate attached to his Stables, a good Blacl A large and complete stock of Ladies. Gentlemen1 i A SPLENDID assortment of Cooking.A l'arlar tee JOn"LEY.. 1'rewl-bt.

r sioual toi Butiaest Cunlnu ':(. smith Shop wLcre he willhave have done all kind*of and Children's Shoes. Boob and Bootees. Also ate. I and Wood Stoves, trimmffdl with neatness I 1 My 22, 1853.; 21Notice
j I Plantation Work, Horse shoeing,and Carriagework i in Irt stock of Dry Goods, coroprisinjj iu part Lady'Ircss and. durability, at reduce I pi ice*. -- -- ---- ---- -
347% e oltly I Ii !'
p 5 I
GrxxN, Prints. Linens, plain and drilled,
k ,.IUIt"eJnt-ntanot mark J with tL" the very best manner and with promptness aDd dis- t tie'.tc. Out Door "'orl..
i and Friday's at H Bleached and Brown Drmcstici, Osnabnrgs, Yams,
; *Vtion trill b. continued until ft hI! I' patch. ALSOA : finp.Ornamental Front Hea-l. Guttering. Cojprr : It. hereby bit n. that tll'nlwrtber. Widow of MigerSur'es
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*' >rdingly.Jf I Novembers. 1P5S. _44 ; BJ Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead She late of (Ter3uQ County dcceas!
; *Certificates of publication of le Tuesday's and Salur Carriages, Buggies and Harness small but gntxl assortment of Hats Caps,Cloth Zinc. Lead: Patent Cistern lump4. Sln>]>noi k I ".m.4ix wils aft. hereof apply to be I Hoit
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p4'ioel will o et_b. given until the ad\"erl i of the Steamer front ioz, Shirts, Collars, Neck Tic, Ac, Ac.; togethe rip done at short '! of Probate tate
of every notc. Judge County, "ly prtitkm follower :
Urokatr.
I .
>id. For Sale by P. R. with a general assortment of loll other article usuall; : t
/ Tallahas I in tl Estate
&ag'from e lf my IIt'cluc a(cr-
received wanted- City nnd Country lUrr..hnnltI bwbld.
Subscriber bnjust a l.i
L ding to w.
Ga. TIIE .
: : gt, ',' large supply of CarriageBuggies .- -SUCUAS -. I Are tfiipeetftilly invited to give me a call befuie pur REBECCA SURLES Widow and
I HACK! and Harness, which be otTer ,I eiaswhere.fST' Ailmt'x ..l ',
chum Mager Surlrs dl- l
I Iron Hoes, Spades Shovels, Plow, Straw Cutter,
0 ; first-rate order. The whol for sale on the most reasonable term i Sheller Shelf Hardware Crockery. and I :N. B. All articles maniifartued from the urJ July II. lS; 29-Cw
Com ,
". with new and com for __ ___ _
November 18 1854. 46 durable. No other
ia warranted -
trLil arid
hereby given bet,rr!
NOTICE are careful, sober and ac Furniture. Also-Flour. Pork, Bacon, Sugar ,i nrt
-it' i & allowance of baggage al MILES NASH & CO. Molasses Lard, Corn Salt, andIiquors. lwll be offered for sale. Notice.
: VZM will b. continued M always on hand, and replenished October 2 1855. 42 '
I r.fI' at the OLD STVltfD-oflXC. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c by each arrival from i - --- \ LL JHIM U'basing It-ninnJ against the Etat
., n. h. I Wines Syrups, tc. .t*- of Duiaul J. Aulj, late of I.t county, de.
.bsty1efDdt1noT received from We*York per bark II.Oaa New Orleat'9, to mett ,
H.: B. Fitts' & JAS.: A. CHAFHX, JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, the wants of their I Otard Brandy Sparkling C.Ju, I ceased, and all eredltra I legatees uud persons enti.
: Vi. D. MOKROE such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fink. CUSTOM F. II I OLD Port, OM Port Juice. ted to di; UtiID iu .aicl Estate, are hereby anti
tJ4O'"t> for the patronage heretofore' J. W. SMITH White Lead Zinc and other paints Window Glass or AND roe SALrHR. rcirM. Mtdira. randy Cherries. t pre:>cnt their claims and demands to the Ore-
,
,'; v a-. now better prepared. and W. NICUOLS, best quality Putty, Brushes, Potash.Soda, Sparklin, Newport April 24, 1&. 5 17 Sherry, Sardines, dcr-igneJ admiuiatratrix without delay,, and that the

SPARE SO PAINS I D. Coitt Gelat'no,London Mustard French Brandy(very best: I' 0 --- i Spuking: Gelatine, Preened Quinces, from same wi date be barred unless at exhibited the' expiration within> of the two year

I beir part to .ceomreod.U all *bo through with eerUidty, for toedlcinal purposes, Slices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup, Piano Fortes.WE I }1avoring Extrac., I ren, th" ANNE P. AULD same
Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchc, Yeast Tmnd.,
V vc, with r tli'ir patronage, I rt. are prepared to furnish Piano I Powdet1 Ailinini.-tratrii with the Will DnnnelJuly
nER and Con'r. doc. to, and a general assortment of Popular Paten Spanish Olives, Spices .
Prop'r.
; S SUCH AR I Medicines. We keep none but the very best am fTT"T1l! Fortes of the very best quality Corn Starch Pickle,, __: --I0.485H.. 28-8w .
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hope to merit your patronage. upon the most liberal terms. I Worce tershir. Sauce, Salad Oil. 0
Hone SlwtingIroning ( MILES NASH, A CO. They are second to none iu any country cither 11 English Mustard, Capers, Notice.

t : f- \ f iring Carriages and Public. March 29. 1868 18 to auahty or price. Claret CO. creditor I
Plantation work Every Instrument will be warranted. I "afecand persons entitled to
giet of
LIVELY.
: mON WOBES MILES NASH A CO.February A E J JL\distribution,of and in the Estate of C. Godbo'J,

fwrry description, ialo WAKULLA 23, 1816. 8 I Januaiy 5, 1856. !. Leon county dtn4ed are hereby notified to
I "':. /ro/i and repairing same, :N'w : or't : &. preseiit (thr'r claims dlmUdf to the undersigned

p fans and Carts, I and Sale Stable. adminNtrat, duly antlttitf within the time

in fast every other discription of WOI ; This Establishment& is Now Under Full Blast DENTISTRY.DR. Liver E I prCrib hyllv. ( 11if be plead io Ur

',' and Steal all of which we WAatAxr -- --.... T. J. CUR LEE ; l"H undersigned gives no fr rte'VtJ :n1! persona indebted in saul
tice, that he has -
; led to execute at the shortest the death of Mr.Pond. Mr. GEO. *. KIm: ( purchased Estate, tc\! tsj-r4e: immediate natruria
of STAGES will ruu I the Stable ofj_ _
in future the Livery
continue .
}1. B. SINCE prac- to JAMH1T ARCHER, A.tnt'r
all communications, therefore WILL ________ ,
the S, A. & G. R. R, leav charge; iu the ; .
DENTISTRY, South//
of Newllom.inTal1lhR8re.tgether.-ilh ,
Wiiaml. 3, 1 27-Sw
i 2'1, UriS. 91yr *, Wednesdays, and }',- relative to work, tc., should be addressed to him. Georgia and Middle and East Florida.He I now July_ : __u__ ___
from Savannab; connect All work coming under the head of this busioes has had several practical experience in lh. prepared to carry on the business in all its liranche. I

Stage from Bi unj wick ,; will be promptly mechanically neatly execute) profession. the last three years of which has been in those I and promises the public, with good accommodation. 1 Notice.
Milltown and Troupville,, at as moderate a charge as price of labor, &., will in his line reasonable term
sections country. His work is of the meet beautiful on I Months after date I shall present my tiiia)
ille on Tuesday, Thursday justify. and durable character and satisfaction is guaron I RICHARD SAUNDERS. I SIX ami vouchers to the Honorable JuJjfe
Leaves Tbomasville, Mon This EttUblwhuent is not kept up for the purposeof :6
dear teed in every instance. Bep.6.1856_ ____ ___ ___ I II of Probate Jefferson e'snby, as administrator vfUle.state
to bough
through the making (strange say) as
money
passing I
fAiAmes r- All communications sent to Monticello Fln. will of A'fre1V.. RnyM, late of raid county,
route, and connecting experience has demonstrated to me, it cannot be dom. receive attention soon previous engagement.*. I FOUNDRY I II cloceir? arid ask fur a ihscharge from said ajminiitra'ion. .
a a
Railroad, and Savan in this region at this branch of buninrw-but for tin ,
will permit I FUTON ALl'REll: KAYSOR, AJrcfrMarch ,
by stage, at Wares benefit of the unfortunate, who happen to have Engines _,. ._ I I F1a. I C, 1S5?. 10-Ctn
and such like to
repair.
I and Saturdays ; ar- -
leave inform the
to
I same evening. The Patter*', Stoel, ..VacltintrTool*, de., ki: n E FERENCES : I TIE USDERINE beg associated them'f'vei' :In : Notice.SIX

I to Savannah. .$14 I tryt, in Order, and Good Condition- Gov. M.S. Pretty, they hae .
Florida business under the and of
A CO., Proprietors. Job can be Turntd Out with !OY. J. L. SEW.\RD, )! name style I nioutli, after elate, 1 shall present my final

2eatntts and Dispatch. Hox P. E. LOVE, f Th oiflasVi e, G: fardy, Bay &Co., i and \ouehers to the lIon. Judge of Pro

-8.---19-3m Shafting, Pullier Plumber Boxes, Hangings for lo "S. DII.WOJT 1! MonliceUo, FIt for the purpose of following the trade of FottxU rs ar dMachinists nun"batt. Jefferson of the Estate county of/olio, administrator K Lt-ftop late Je ef bom said,
.
& Livelv -NEW GOODS. Shaftings, Spur Gearing, Water and Steam Pipe, J. F. IUfTO: f ,and are prepared ta execute all kinds ol I county, deceased, aol a!k f.r a discharge from ..i.J3Jmil1istration.
Stop Cicks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings 10: MCOBEE l" r lon, Fl a.JLN. work appertaining tothia business Steam Engines: !
oat UEO. W. IL.CKUURS.Adm'r. .
WE just received the following, / Srgsr Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and COL B. C. PorE, f furnished to order and warranted to give lali : I
elected assortment (f BRUSHES Oust Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws Ac M. Wait SMITH, Alligator,Fla. and of all kinds fltOD. de bonu non
)
for sale on as reasonable terms TAILORS itc., Ac., Generally kept ou Hand, or got up on Shoi April 25, '67. 1 neatness Sugar liB dispatch.Castings Pinna and estimates"furnished.de I ApiillO, 1S53. 1 -Cm
ia any Southern Market, viz: Notice. In Fact, Here it the Place for all that Wan: ald i 0
of all kinds of Machinery.and Engineering. Theyare
.'11SIU, ,ground from 0 to 000000 I.A LEJ.S IN Work in this Line Done up Right and with Disp.iUh. To the Ladies also cole a for Hoard A Sons Stenin ITrgines I Notice.SIX .

lo do Copperbound CLOTIIL\G Having some half a dozen Engines myselfconstantIF for Ginning Cwtton et, Grinding and.Sawing and Harrison's : months after I hall final
date
..h Brushes, of an grades and ) running, caused the Establishment be erected % rHS. E. DAVIS retuiM her thanks to the present my
] Gust Mills fi>r steam or horse I anil! vouchers to the lion.Judge of Probate
do horse dodo the Mme cause must keep it up. Therefore, you car J-TjL LndtfS of Tallahassee and the surroonding; p1r.\
GOODS. RDY.
1 for Jeflrrann countv, as atlaiinislrator! with the
in pairs and with always rely on having work done at the country for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed -
WILLIAM. BAYA. Will annexed of the Esl'ate of JrfTrMon B. Ellis. late
Bath Brushes, and leave to inform them that ho has -
begs
are now opening. at- WAKULLA IRON WORKS. or JOHN CARDY.MaySO57. of said county cesred, and uk fur a discharge from
Velvet do bnnd nnd well selected assortment !
O.& J. Megin- now on a large 22-ly raid adminLtrition. .
lair Flesh do curved and ptsi 11 II FANCY GOODS. fo the spring, which sh will sell I.
or SPRING and I' J.UIES S. WALKER
,
Here Comes the Next
Hut Imjiorlanl Thing
Hair and Nail l Brushes, in great upon the most reasonable term T"E
for T JST A Admt'r. with (tleVilI annexed
edo do PAY PAY April 10, 1S8. 15 I
do Feb G lores. ? WEAR PAY _- March in, ISiS. 11-Cm

bound Stencil Brushes. and English Cloths, Cas You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Hal. CoPartnershipNotice.. CONPAN I ---- --

., do marking do latest style and beat(f unl tiniorc and have work doue, without for a momcn. INSUACE Notice.SIX .
l> o bound Roof do to make up to order ia dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there an TIE undeisigned have this day formed I co-pait I
landle Scr ib do te manner, and oa REA- no Banks of Banking facilities! or surplus captaT! you under the name and style of I mouths after date I shall present my final
__ and voucher to the lion of Probate
oonah and Lackering do good assortment of want I, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit and then require M3r0I9: ci Goran! Inrorporaled in 1S19. Charter Perpetual. II Jefferson count, as administratrix Judge of the rs
to ride from 50 to 500 miles fur and proba
milder tips afid Graining Cornt.cJamal's CLOTHING. Quo pay
tatcof Francis B.Stewtrt. late of slid do-
,
: from 10 to 25 cent of and continue the bu CASH CAPI"AL-SIOOOooo. county
Hair and Badgers Blenduo.. and Colored Clotk Frock I bly ultimately expend per the wi Stand of Towle & Mycr, where they intend ceased, and ask fur a discharge from ,ni.I ad mini,
do ia I Is this right? Is this encouraging
do Pencils amount collecting
Butiocss Coats, Black and 1 full assortment of all articles appertaining DAMAGE ftY tlis, tration. ELSIE STEWART, .Adratr
\
a
J keeping
ha Home If so, can be surprintthat LosrD
inj ruabet-Bad"'er Buffalo Industry yea INStrF 'I'IO
let da and : Coats Black and Fancy I it does not thrive I to their branch ol basinets, and hope by constant attention TERMS THE HAZARD, March 20, 1858. 126mNotice.
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Together 1Lha4orge lot of Painta anl Pants Figured Grenadine: Arrangements must be made fur paymcut brfon. to merit the patronage heretofore extended AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS

teriala.Nov. Vests. delivery of work, through some House in this placeSt. i to the late firm. OF COMPENSATION. I .

U, !8&Z.United. 47 L S 0 Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough fron SELIM W. MYERS.R. I B. C. LEWIS, Agrnt, t tI months after date, I t\\n\\ present my final
.
black and fancy.silk cravati home. I n GORMAN For Tallahnssc and vicinity. SIX and vouchers as administrator of the estate .

States Mail :. and cotton under shirts, You may be good, but we cannot run after our: I, _Tallahassee_______, January__, [16_] _. -3-tf- I August. 1857.___ _S3_ II: of Damson Boottvright deceased to the HOP.
hard earnings in this Department. Besides, whet Judge of Prob ite of Leon count, anti ask I jr a &f <-
-.OM- beginners and not entire Labor is credited out, parties try hanl to make- them Health Bitters. The Original Extra QualityCORN I charge. B.J. R. BOOTWRIGHT Aitou'r

N' W and they pledge eel believe it is not half dene, because they. owe<.
ORLEA; 'AS TO KEY /cs those uerrA from Dyspepsia Debility, en 1 March 20, 1858. 12-Cm
4 to all who favoi STARCH.
may for it. 1"0
-- -- 0
A'iD:4I'ER'r IU''I LADD.' feLled health or deranged state of the Stomach

Dc.rE PROI\:: _- J. WEDER DANIEL .c. Ac.. these Bitters ate recommended by IREPARED expressly for Pudding Ice Cream, Notice.SIX .
New For Itly 11, 1857. 23 Faculty, as a certain cure. For sale by JL Cakes, Bance Mange Porriges i
CtAlJl"ECTID WITH TIIR L. DANNI1EIMEU. BUTLER DENHAM.Nor. Ac. Received fresh by AMES LIVELY. MortL after date, shall present to tie lion.
--GARDEN SEEDS! d J Probate, in and fur the county of Midison. -
STEAMER ISA 18 ________ H, 1857. 46Montvale Get. I, 1SS7. 42 I my Itnal account and voucher, as administrator
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GROWTH OF 1857. ---- ----- -- ---- --- I
SQL UAVA1A AND CHARLESTON AT of the Estate of Richard Harrison deceased, arf
the attention of friends ned Florida Reports. shall then for final from said
--- -- T"\T E weuld call our Sprigs, I apply a discharge ad

i" T the public generally,to our present Large lUll / OSIFLETE in C volumes. mini>tratioj. I. Is!. HARRISON Admfx.
TilE SOUTHERN T l 1 5 S.VISITORS II
EAST
of .Y.Y J
well selected Assortment \-l McDOUGALL J HOBBY. May 8, 1858. 19-6m
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3teamship FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our -- .-- Sppt 5 1857. 36Blacksmith -
TAILOR ilctcnon ---- -- Notice.
from the South will hav I --- -
n
Seeds arc procured from a Cold Climate and
OF NEW Trains connect I and
The
Made Clothing and consequently will flourish the better in a warmer one, I now prolply I months after date I shall present my_ final
( LYING taken the mail contract such Call or send orders, at that reaching Knoxville nine Conner SIX and vouchers the Honorable of
,JL ciUrua two first class Sea } Furnishing Goods. as ours. 3T" early your than piot By arrangements made with the Hone Ffiociny Ettallil,>Hnt. to Judge

ru.0 a month meeting in the Spanish < -.. -_.-- that you may secure thearietica AMES you A dt-sirc.LIVELY. stage lines, visitors !l reach the Springs from Knoxville '"pHE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the I jffieio Probate of, the for Jefferson Estate of NatLaoial COunty. as Folsom administrator deceased ex

-tli and !9tb, and leaving the same my Fall and Winter sup January 9, 1858.Florida. 2 I ((24 miles,) four hours earlier than last season, citizens Tallahassee and vicinity! that HENRY I and ask for a discharge from Mid administration.
thus saving fourteen hours! There is also a good line HICK6 will ia'fry of flrt
o WM. U. ANDREWS late Sheriff andAdmt'r.
STEAMER '$, Vesting, 4-c-$ ., OJ, of Stages from LouJun to tint Springs. ; flffitio.
-II\ leave New Port in the morning, Railroad, Besides the usual accessories of health io bs had BLACKS.IITl BUSINESS ex

t L iraVinns on the arrival of the Cars from Style) and Quality, II I in mountain air and scenery, the undersigned can in all is vrOUI is prepared to eteeut : -May-1,-1853.----18CmNotice.-- ------
iking mail passengers baggage and ( to make vp in the most l wl-W more and more confidently recommend these waters all ordersit neatness and dispatch. Ii wok I

'oin toe Steamer,and returning in of the Board of Directors of tho iu_the cure of diseases prevalent the South'; especially will to be equal to that of any other I .

emoon train. thort notice ATarmftetmg ad Company, held at Fcrnandiun diseases originated in disorder r of the Liver Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee I :4ix: months after date I shall present my final ae

The travelling public can now rest TERMS on the 7th day of November, A. D., 1857, the following and which indeed comprise a large majority of cases. satisfaction io every JOB. 0 count and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probateor
vur deelreJ and frequently attempted resolution was adopted : I For building up systems shattered by disease, or HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironingall Jefferson cmiot/, as administrator of the Estate

., to and from the above ports is iu WHEREAS: The work on the Florida Railroad having worn down by excess of caro or t'i, this summer re O Vehicles, plnttio work, and all otbI I "John R. Blackledge, late of said county, deceased

: rant permanency and succets. SELECTED STOCK OF i advanced to a condition which brings it into use I sort i invaluable. er banes t his business and ask for a discharge from said administration.THOS. .

-Tijjers having slave servants CLOTHING ful connexion with; the business of the interior and Possessing great natural advantages the proprietors careful and prompt aUeo. I .O.ODER, Admfr

t i.uig them at the Custom House, the practicability of a successful prosecution of ft tithe I b!year beg.am! througn the pst fall, win tion. I H. ----i- ; 20-Cm
'aid: suitable fur winter wear, ter e coUmaetl a series oPimprove- Fe 13, 1858. Agent. I
end being resonably demonstrated, the Company prir. } ---- ----- -- --- -- 0
S JjA!so look arur your Baggage I Coats,Vests, Pants, &c. Ac. which has thus far conducted the enterprise coneidei menu and embclli hmei.t9, which they believe will -- Notice.VTOTICE

F
S DANIEL LADD I 'n and Fancy Shirts, Collars, to be met by the confidence and co-operatiou of the Soofn. sizes II is hereby given that six month after

K.w Pert, Fla.. Julr 11,1857. ?, IIciery, tc, &e. planters and merchants of the interior: Mr.S.LANIER, (formerly of Lanier House, Macon A. FINE LOT various LI date application will be made by the subscriber -

--------- b out-fit.j II:! insult theii Therefore, Resolved, That tIre Secretary be directed Oa,) is conducting in person these improvements for sale by ORMOND, CO. _ to the lion.Judge of Probate .f Lees cr.anty,
SCHEDULE OF I me a call, as all the above ar to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company together with the Farms and Gardens attche. He McNAUGUT J for a final discharge as administrator and admims-
with) great care, sad with a upon the same terms as heretofore, and to Lake renews the tender of his services to friend Jan. 23, 1853. 4CIGAS I tarn of tie Estate of John Tatnra d oea* d.

ON THE I to this market. ucli steps.as may aflb-d 1 the most convenient opportunity end the public, and assures them that it is LARGE lot JOHN R.LLOYD. AdmtV.
-A
FLORIDA! RAIL ly-42 to the inhabitants of the several interested ceasing aim to promote their comiort act? happiness just re PHOEBE LLOYD, Admfx.
---- ---------- -- his at eeIrd by 29 1838. 22-6m
Counties to take Stock. guests I May ,
I a lontae.W
A LANIER CO. A HOBBY. ___ __ __ _
from the minutcs.OEO. d --0 -
A true copy
; ::__5ES CLARKE, W. CALL, Sec',. June 19, 1858. 25-121 } 21.5 121ewMapsofP1orida Notice.SIX .

FKRNANDJNA I : Fall and Winter Stock or NEW months after date shall present my final u"'
( Iu pursuance of the foregoing resolution notice is BOOK.JUST It and vouchers to the IIoo. Judge of Probate

SUXffAYS E ) hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently PUBLISHED BY Jefferson county. an administrator ex-officio

i WEAL Fl open at Fernandiua where subscriptions d C. Ja6kaonvHle, Florida, 1 the Estate of Elisha Wade.late of said county ds

val of Steamers from : I and English Cloths Cassi may be made either in person or by letter, the NEW BOOKS NOVELS DR. eased, and .k for a discharge from said admiautra
h. connecting at Callahan ccJors, and of the belL qunl amount of the present aaseeatnennt being 117.00 on & LAROE complete with Railroads and Town- ion WM.H. ANDREWS, late sheriff andadminiatr
"- : .II and CcntreviMt, Oa. ; at to manufacture to otder on each share of 10000. This company the owner 00RE-A Stroller in Europe; For sale by tor ex ofSoo.
'.,- '" Vllahawee at Trail Bridge and also EL GRINGO-Travels iu Mexico; Iip. ct hOBBY.
: ; I and in the most town sites of FernandiAa and Cedar Key, McDUOAL June 5, 1%8. 23-Cm
5cr .. ..burg; ami al Starke with 750,000 acres of land, property which bad been appraised DR. KANES Arctic Expedition; Feb. G, 658. 6White -
a. ,; .". iusvilU, Micanopy 1 MANNER, at over t2.000.000, arid it U believed that a of S.S. Prentis.Speeches, Ae.; i
_. I assortment of further assessment of from 13.00 to '10.Ooper share THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the Lead. Notice.

."i"R Starke 'l ly.(Sundays ex ) I CLOTHING, wIll be sdfficitnt to finish the road. author of Mae and Zaidee ; monlhs after date I shall present my final

..7- .: asres, and connecting at F GEO. W.CALL, Sec'y. ; PURE Extra and No. I, f ground in Pure Linseed .SIX ojwt add Vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro
vXn stock of Cloth.
any ARTISTS WIFE-A novel; just received and for sale byAME
$1. tat Savannah and Charleston administrator of the Estate
I in this city,con iiti"ng of Jan. 9, 1858. 2-tf LIVELY. ate of terra county, .as
VASCONSELOS
new non
.i' \V Jnesday and Friday. Cloth and Frock Coats, & I or Richard Regan late of said county, deceased a*)
I Simros Ac,
A. H. Beaver Frock and Business Notice.ALII by ; d..cDUGALL HOBBY April3,1838. 1 ----- uk for a discharge from said administration.
I .r I, 1W8. -18aasS5OOOO -- Liverlm.T7IRE6H E.G. ORISSETT AdrutrJuneS,185S'
S person having demands agfrintl the Estate July 4,'57. Cod 28-4
Beaver and Pilot Over- -- ------ _
Jefferson
late of -
John II. Scott deceased -- -- "Brands" H
Cash A PURE of the celebrated -
.
; notified to them to the underMgued
Fluid
k Doeskin and CI1l: inero jounty are present Jj gimaa Clark & Co, A Rushton's.For 1rotwe.SIX .
:
:.:;.; 3,000 Bales I duly authenticated within the time prescribed Buing AMES A LIVELY
5,000 Leon !! by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their1 F A QUALIYjua received and sale by 14 I monjhs after the first publication of this nO-

""v; UNDERSIGNED makes the ,Satm and Cloth Vests, ecovery: ; and all persons indebted to said Estate are O for sale by AME LIVELY. Aprils, 1856._ the undersigne L administrator ef the E.

."M>-trm.5 to his friends and ete, Sik artl Cashmere do.. bereby notified to make immediate payment to the January :31, 1857. 5 Pure Zinc White ate of John Burgdorf deceased laU of Leon coun
B. W. EDWARDS Sh'ff. and to UM of Pro
andersfgned. will bit final account Jndgs
He will receive Cash in ty present
-j .'Je him err note, bonds or o f Undir Robos.sLirls Fine, SMria, Silk, Administrator ex officio. Insolvent Estate Notice. ([GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL.) We of Leon county and ask to be discharged
.
I Monticello, June 12th, 1858. 24-8w JOHN D. REICHERT. Adtnt'r.May
"J!l'-Io tbs abMTC ef Ca), Drawer's. OF FLORIDA )! have received a fresh supply of this neW
I just
STAT 1888. !-
m
--:\ i ic ;. vment for nil bonds, notes LSO- COUNTY fBW. WE and beautiful dire A from the raanu- I 20. _

v. lot' highest marl et price.r Notice EDWARDS. Sheriff and Administrator actory, and offer it Whte. with most perfect -

.:* :.--!: '- *:. the absence of Cash of Fancy and Black Silk and months after fist first publication of tbU no- of the Estate of John IT.Scott, lat cfidee. as possessing t the quaLtit which ran I Notice.

:*'t" ._ 'he amount of$5.000 I : Collars colored ahd SIX ,the undersigned'administrator of the Estate of ofco.county, deceased, baa filed in the Pr d If r a paint molt & viz: Its incomparable 2LX Months after the first publication of this nice

.,.-.. .. .-iir (oarktt value, in & Buck and Lisle Thread Henry IT. Bradford deCeased. will pe-esenihis final >ate office Jefferson county a written suggestion inlliancy vf ( rra from a1/wuotums quallui -5 the undersigned administrator of the Eatat'

"- '. accanuts.would his friends and Linen Cambric ,and iccount and apply lo tie Jade of Probate of Leon bat be belcYe the Estate of John B..Scott, to b -tuner injuring tkt ktaltk the workmen or I or Antonio Botolo deceased late of Leon county,
C inform and Fancy Cotton Lisle county fur a diacharg from his administration of said nmatci of newly durability rill present his final account and voucher to U>eI
payments for the month of Ac, :. CALL AND Estate: EDWARD BRADFORD, AdmtV. inbent notice is given to all persona- having the most pcaprentitl upenrity I J edge of Probate of aaid county aol ask to W.dl..-

very heavy and, be feels confident June 5, 18M. 236niGold Tror.Dt said Ett to appear and file the a to exp in all the various uses to which I I eLarged. ILL SIIINE.Admtr.

of tbo ip-rat iadalfeoce 4t awe with the of raid county, nor he late has heretofore been applied. For sale by ', June 19, 1858.tm
ONE ALL .
Till! and come when there AMES & LIVELY. -
s. Tea of inducements offered there Exciting Times i Pens. before the 2.th day January net -

4 io. .ja nt Red to meet pay at ba less JiabilitJes.an amount ICE A FRESH supply just received MYERS and
rhich time the Mid B. W. w.Tl fo CromarUe, AdminUtn of Ue Estate of Months from the pubncalxHi
', > i a< pe rone) wboMrcJrcumsUDCcs May 2 1868. 21Plantation from Ewads. of said Job Q deceased SIX exhibit hit final account
.- crem to comply even in parr, I Brig General Bailty, fif- bis final discharge" THOMAJ. Franklin T.Cri and vouchers MaZini.tratorf the Estate of John

v J.e forward at once and say to,close York we are in receipt of for Sale Estate. Judge CAC deceased UU of Leon county to the
-uuts and make the very beat : summer luxury and which Prbt Jame W. CromarUe, Luther Cromaie. CathD f.Arpyle, of Probate of said ounty. and a.k
., -er for payment BtfeafUr. that stUn want on application SITUATED in Columbia county State of Florida, July 17,1858. 23Notice.-m Cmae Margaret Fason be E lI onorabU[ Judge
O four mile South of Alligator. It consists Robinson and her busbai*}Ct Gorge to be discharged. .
.t ta depend upon DAVID C. af Qt.Marks or New Port at twenty Fu. at B.a LEWIS Adrnt'r.I
Jeb 1S, 1868. .'-L( gtiaotitiis over 100 pounds, or four hundred aorta of fine Marl and Clay Land.Fncre .- Rb and Charles Uaonennanst : 2l-6m
cut, and af 3 cts. per quan- are all necessary BniUmgs on the place;a great demands the E "pHE a'n named defendafttj are hereby notified May 23-J838.
against
other Improvement have been made and a part 4 LL persons hating tat JL that the" undersigned i administrator of t estatef I -

PIANOS.tffr?! furnished ts heretofore at $ nany>rtb. land no" iit cultivation. ,Constant Water on 1-i. of Samuel Gale, late of Jeffen them county to, the de Franklin T. Cromartie, &c baa peti- Notice.
'j--
ft.ntitt 'debited and trans- he Laud for mab a < beast. Good titles will be eased, are hereby Die to present ion in the Clerk's office of Court of LeonYuuntyforthaaaleof ofthisnotic5'
q within the tinpre- i the first publication ,
have indcrsigned duly said estate mootl from
SUBSCRIBERS just CeTtiIJZid4O1
pUK R.'R. Depot But oi- iveei Theft itf also a Tract of good Hammock ad- at in or SIX tnVof the bat Will and
JL from the'most rcliabe Louses in cribed by 1 law,or notice will ho plead br for they I undenlgned Ex
which Any one [ ia (aid Lee
:Xet moat be forwarded td oiuing th4 sam< can 'purchased. heir and all personslixk&ted fc ,F db p'i dtbt an : 'tnlatred.f Diwlonly. I. Iliuck. d aaedlate oi
do yen peU-
UlSLfir superior visiting to Ifttr. in this County would to al to the JU4'r
hereby notified to make immediate ae D ap i her aoa aeeoual
PIANOS, : warm weather, make sarA gin me a'call, as I will give a bargain in my place ate. are uadersignol.B. p1al iou on ) October oezt. being. J '' "rJ t. .said present cooltty.and ask to be -direbarged.SISANNAII '
to "r r r '
S ef vanou* styles and J.-P rs t the rredit system, that our Any information tan! tat given by addretsing-me at tb W. EDWARDS.- Sheriff and I befinIsIayofthanestlegu1arterifl0fid00JOBS C1IOMAIITW,Adm'r. IIOtCK. J. L
East Florida! Q.
supply' tbeMMlrei, will please can at' weekly payments from regu- rusUnuggec, P. 0, Columbia county. Administrator officio. ,I J.,1v 3. l3 27-fins
e 27 im
MILES t LA DD,,Proprietors. C. n. W.COLLI.VS. July 18o*, -
ISo*. 2?8w
tra11JJasleO, Jan. SO, 1853. ; ISIS. 21 [Sent copy June 19, 165S ?5 July 1



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